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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rw LIi I 1ii f tt- r S T11 j THE j f EWS=LEAiJER- d J JIJzi srDilYlUJ i F Q r1t YR fItf iSrieliVoi r XII No 22SPRI GfIELn WASHINGTON COuNTY 1TENTUOKY JUNE I 90lr + o A yj9lJIi 110 IfATfsOic 8S THOMPSON Jr 1lrt jit llayd ukTompSOli i QNDRTAKERS jI MO EMBALMERS 2 Curr in etockaii kind of Fanera j t wppH PHONE 53 4 OIW DIRECTORY t fPWKGrJlJLD co mty seat of VII l 1MH ck County 52 miles spulh F ut efCX1tH SUes from 1t U i YiUt on Bkrdstovn branqh of Lsbrill a114 KalHviUe railroad in a farjttiaf aid sMpricutturaJ district If irwo Banks telegraph and telephone tfr tiIMjI express oice flour U1s1mb- erI rI yards PopnatipilllOOi population of itYl OOI 41 i I tlj Reyie eatatiTe it Congress son D t t1cJ + JIitta HofgtBTlUe Ky 1d t Kei c entatiTe JKetttucky Leffis cv tlat Hon WDCIzybrookeL- Ir k4L Jl fce emtatiye in State Senate Hon t Marry Xancatter Lebanon Ky tIj 7 RRtyDIrctory yt1C9 t CIRCUIT COURT iCkcHtt Coartb gina on the fourth t Jla February May and Octo t jt t bLtoJ I Jf Tarawa Judge It L Durham CorirmonwealthAt 1f fMCabe1lCler- kt eyIy JIg r4uc1mtiam Naster ammbs ii j1 t t M OUlkif Qrr3yCoirtisheId on the third JIM iitltRC month rj Y Jadre tYr l 1 tlj COUNTY COURT n totyCuiet meets on theiouHhf Ii t i if 1IlI W T Booker County Clerk 7itj w JfI T S Mayes County Attorney A I isocgeCatlett Jailer 4 Ii r Byron Croake Sheriff t t e1 Xkkardlsha mIOsbocae qRliMbtllicanI DepmUe ir Ed Masters j JaMeS F Jlbore County Swrveyp- rjJ IHoyaltr Assessor TP OBryan Deputy rRoWrtNOe Treasurer J3C Montgomery Coroner J1Eiasb Supt of Common I itlSclloo1c P 6 Springfield g t J i 1 I to CITY COURT I James R Npe Police Judge L John Grace Marsh- 31WjGrfpbrCityAttomeys tJUSTICE COURT EJ In tlc Conrts are held in January LApciI July a October t Church Dlre tory METHODIST CHURCH Rev J a Hpikinson Pastor Ser Yice on thej ltand Third Suadavtf- ift each month atll a m and 730 pin t SamiaySctiopl every Sunday at 10 am Prayer ateetipff every Wednesday 1i 0M ight A CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Hennessay Pastor Ser Vices evetySuridayJBand 10 oclock a Services at St Rcse same hours I V CHRISTIA CHURCH 7 SSRev W T Walden Pastor Service iecokd and fourth Sunday iin each momlh V It PBXSBYlEnIAN CHURCH JtervT D fatimer Pastor r jprfftchlrie every Sunday at U am ad at 7 pin Sunday school every i S Hart 10arai Prayer meeting tTHY TbtUdY evenlnitat 7 ocock = Iii1 BAPTIST CHURCH I r f i1J + r SRev Wm Harrison WilLiams Pastor preachin g every Sunday at 11 am r f Zi15pm SundaySchool every 1 i ndayat9l30 aa Prayer meeting I 4Y vey Tisday evening at 745 oclock i l l Fraternal Orders 12 cMASONic LODGE Springfield lodge- Jlo 50 meets flrt and third Mouday f iftacaMOMth j WashmprtoH R JA Chapter No 57 I weets every second Tuesday Jf pria7rfield Council Xio 52 meets on ir i f tYto1otrthMondayto y jKxiGKM of lna MACASEKS Meet ft every first W nesdav in each m- nt j t FOLEYSif l j KIDNEY CORE yt WiU cure any case of Kidney tat Bladder disease that is not ki 1t beyond the teach of medicine I IHVKN UI TO 0JE 7 L BUJU isot X Tiiv U Sfc Xranm nk wds For arir foir tri I WM troubled host flesh 2aid7Ddblad4leraeUOut failed dwAodLWaicifBa up to die Fpltyv ca was secoasaseisded cud the tint JIep ar rellef and attu wk1Dc ue 1 au CIIftd IlalI 5 cstaBd IM Ii wit JJ1tROUNDOfTlLI i i qp44 M June tThe birds are singing in the tree Why shouldnt thjey They take their ease They loaf about the woods all day And l1averitany rent topay The flowers bloom and grayly bowIWhy shouldnt they Whodmake a row t If down below they hada root Preparing food anddrink to suit The trees are rustling alltheir leaves WhYshouldnt they Who is there grievesIWhenneatly dressed from to top to toe And not a eent to pay or owe The fishes dart about the sea Why shouldnt they It seems tome That men enjoy mere rambling too Provided theres ho work to do The little llimbs do skip and Why shouldnt they playJ way j They have no brjcabrpq to smash Or doctors bills jto pay in cash qsitheforldatuneWhyshould i June The grass is grken the sky is blue Bow very frite that is1 though true Tudor Jenks in Harpers Magazine JJune It OOD SUNDAY Thanks to the influence of the Grand Jury which has ben jn session WaVejofj thelSundaySpHngfield was strictly a good town so good as TO seriously in convenience some of our easy going citizens and to cause no end of kicking from certain Quarters The improvident house keeper who had not thought to lay in a supply of provisions the day before forms Sunday meals was destined to go hungry or to depend on the charity of his neighbor Even the Sunday cigar smoker could not purchase his usual smoke and the thirst of the soda water and cococola fiend must needs go imslacked The husband who had been in the habit of taking home a loaf of bread in order to save his good wife the ordeal of cooking over d hot stoye on this one day in the week found that he had waited aday too long The gentlemen of the Grand Jury had spoken and the merchant did nqt care to run the risk of a fine by selling bread to the hungry contrary to the law and against the peace and digni ty of the Commpnwealth The enforcement of the Sunday clos ing law is a good thing and it cannot be denied that the pmet chants of Springfield have in the past been too mjach inclined to ignore it land to sell as they pleased without fear of molestation It is to be hoped therefore that thetpatrof enforcing the llaw will riot be overdone spa to kill the effect of the wholething There are certain concessions which can be made and the good effect of the law retained 0 TANDARD OLTh chances 9 are now that nothing will come of all this prosecution against the Standard Oil Co for peddling oil without license at least so far as Washington county is concerned All of the cases which were on the docket at this term of Court against the big corporation were passed without a triali awaiting a deci sion from the ourt of Appeals Judge Thurm n in passing on the indictmentssliin the Marton circuit court eCld ed that there could be biitj one conviction against each wagon selling the oil The wagons that sell in this county have all been convicted in adjoining ounties and con sequently under Judsre Thur mans ruling here was nothing to bp done in these cases The Court of Appeals will have to decide the question If that body supports Judge Thurmans rUlIng in the matter the prosecution against the Standard Oil Co will amdunt to very little while on the lather hand if the court holds that each saleof oil constitutes a separate offense the fines will aggregate a formidable sum sI ITT IE BUSINESS Tfiere is X so little business for the GrandJfunnd the court in this county that those bodies appear to be really hard put toinorder- to find something to fill in with This probably for want of some greater and more important offenses to prosecute that the Grand Jury is pursuing so vigor ously the small offender against the law The seller of the dead ly cigarette and the Sabbath breaker are coming mior a good share of attention of llate and if there was about one more term of court a year it is safe to say that no man suspected of the slightest offense against the llaw would be allowed to escap investigation It speaks well for themorals and good Behavior of thatJonal ockets and a pity that the expense of one or two of the courts cannotbe saved In fact two courts a year insteadof Vhree would be ample to dispose of the crI al4jCketSastthey appear now r tTf HJREATENED SUICIDE The L suicide mania which has become almost epidemic in the county threatens serious results and has caused much talk and uneasiness especially in the neighborhood in which two of the recent suicides occurred In fact these events are said to have so worked on the mind of a certain young man of the neighborhood that he made an attempt at selfdestruction He was dis anked of a revolver one day last wj6ek with which he declared his intention of ending his life and afterwards announced that he would yet be successful in his intention As the young man was drinking at the time and was probably not at himself we will not give his name although his friends are very much concerned about him but trust that on sober second thought he will give up his reckless idea of self destructionS f Feel IfflDeute Thou The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Brlghts disease arid diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived frpm taking Foleys Kidney Cure It will cure incipient Brights disease and diabetes and even IIn the worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disorders are cured in a tew days I had diabetes in 1t9 worst formt writes Marion Lee of Dunreath Ind I triea eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure mademea well man For sale by The Red Cross DrugStore- Another iFakf SIA man in San Francisco claim log to be J V Reed of this county says that he was indicted for the murder of Governor Goebel and is willing to come back here and be tried in the Federal Court He says that he has corresponded w ith Taylor and that they agreed to come back if they can get anew trial in that court He goes on with along rigamarole about not be ing able to get justice in Ken tubky Taylor denounces him as a fraud There was neyer any one in this county by that name It is strange what sOme people will resort to in order to gain a little cheap notoriety He claims thathe knows who fired the shot that killed GoehelDanvflle- News Three PhYSICIans TreatfdIDm Withont Sflccess W L Yany Paducah Ky writes rhad a severe caseof kidney disease and three of the best physicians in Kentucky treatcdmic yithout success fthcti took Foldys Kidney Ccce The first bottle gave Immediate relief and three bottles cured me permanently iI gladly recommend this worderfu remedy For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore To Unite The joint meeting betweeen the congregations of the First and Second Presbyteriani churches Monday at the First church was attended by a large per centof the membership both organizations Mr J M Knott of the Second church was elected Chairman and Mr Percy H Johnston of the First church vas made Secretary After a free and liberal consideration of the proposition to unite the two churches a ballot vote wasf taken which resulted in 101 YOW in favor of the union six votes against it andthree blank ballotst f With such an overwhelming raas jority voting in the affirmajiyfi the meeting proceeded to name a committee of three members from each church to id raw up articles of agreement land consoli dation and present them at a future joint meetingfor approval The committees appointed were as follows For the First church G W McElroy 0 A John stou and W R Johnston For the Second R B Edmonds John McChord and W erLl Harrson4Lebanon Palcon ACreeiiiDE Dealfi Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing dekth J L Stearns JBelle PJaine 4inn writes that a friend dread fully injured hs hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve dre qut the poison healed the wound saved his lire Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at J HaydOns drug store f Murdered Glasgow KyJ mes Skin dec one of tiemDst prominent men in Cumberland county was mur dered and robbed near tfurksville Skinner ha4 beqn in IBurksville since Monday engaged intaking depositions in a law suit betweQn himself and E G Alexander of Waterview and last night at 10 i oclock took his horse from the livery stable and left town That was the last time he was seen alive Early this morning his body was found in a late near the Cumberland Pike about a mile north of Burks villej There was a bullet hole in his right temple and three in his breast all of which went through the body His watch a bill case containing 2000 in currency a sack of silver he had with him when he left town and a bun lepf legal papers are missing His rain coat was buttoned up closely aroundhim and his hat was on his facEt Nearby was the horse he had with himand blood on both sides of the paddle leads to the belief that the shooting was done elsewhere and the body placed on the horse and carried to the place where jt was found Two white men are under sus picionion and are being closely watched Ayers You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherty Pectorall Patents know wha it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectoralup t cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on hand U1Ischildren nothing conld potilblr be better Bu ix Saratoga lad 2Se Jloo S ATEn All dniiglsufor LowelL MallJ Throat LungsT Ayers Pills greatly Pectoral In breakfn up a cold FURTHERFACTS Ij Of the Killing of Henry Shewmaker by Fred BrUfon at Lovlngfon III Friends and relatives pf both partiesliving at Mackville this county have received letters and papers from Illinois giving furtherparticulars of the tragedy in which Henry Shewmaker was shot and killed by Fred Britton both Washington county men From all accounts the killing was without provocation and it is thought that it will go hard fpr Britton in the courts The killing occurjed at the depot where a crowd of several hundred people had gathered t6 see a policeman by the name ot Marsh who had killed another officer named Moore and i former resident of Washington county and who was being takep to Decatur for safe keeping the mob spirit being rite Britton was at the depot and saw Sbew maker who protested against the killing of Moore and pulling a revolver said to Shewmaker You killed a man in Kent cky and now I am goingto kill you With this Britton fired three times The first shot missed his intended victim and struck a by stander in tie knee The second ball struck Shewmalter in the lift breast and the third lodged in the abdomen He died almost instantly Bntton was arresled and taken to Decatur and placed in jail The Decatur Review in giving an account of the murder says ttThe murder was the coldest most deliberate piece of dirty work ever known by men who saw it Shumaker had just declared injthe presence of 300 people thatCharles Marsh the man who shot Officer Moore in Sullivan Thursday was lis best friend Britton stepped up and after cursing him drew a 82 Smith Wesson revolv rWlth which he shot three times The first bullet missed Sbumaker and hit a bystander Victor Ooney above the left knee The next two took effect on Shumaker Brjtton was immediately overpowered by Sheriff John H Wright Deputy Arthur Wright and States Attorney ArfcW Lux bf Moultrie county The coropers jury returned a verdict in accordance with the above facts and said that the killing was without provocation and recommenned that the prisoner be held over without bail Policeman William Bntton 8 t Harrodsburg a brother bj Ered4 Brittoxr left Spnday morning for Decatur to be with his brother Fred Britton left Mackville four yeas ago and has since worked on a farm near Loving tonHe is twentyfour years of age married and has one child B e had always been considered a peaceablecitizen but it is said that he was drinking at the time he killed Shewmaker i The killing of Moore by Scbaf fer occurred at Sullivan which is only a short distance from Lpvington Moore went to Illi nois from Mackville about six years ago and since going there pollee1fore killing the Mayor of Sullivan thIoffipers Scljaffer who attributed he1 changing of the beats to the ingenuity of Moore They engaged in a fight in whIch Moor Was shot and iinstantly killed if f City if White Tents r When the numerous big tents of the Great Van Amburg Shows are pitched upon the sbqw ground it makesa city of white tents all of which are filled with greatest attractions which money in the hands of experienced agents can secure In the cages are to beseen the wild animals from the jungles of Asia in the side show unixthe freaks andl curious people from all parts of the globe and In the big tent the finest performers an4 the lracedtbeget the great free street parade in the forenoon The show will give two performances in Spring fieldonJune 10thQle in the afternoon and one in the event lug See the large bills Everything ybueat will taste jfoed and do good if you take Rings Dys pepsia Tablets Sold by Hay don i Pharmacy Cripple Irks DHllle Mirier Chicago Armed with a revol ver and a heavy cane John CorniIg a cripple crept into the sleeping room of Kr and Mrs Frank A Shirlander who had taken care of him from babyhood and tried to kill them oniing fired a bullet straight at the bed where the man and wo manlast asleep The noise awoke Shirlanderi out before he could rise Corn ing throwing away his revolver belabored his benefactor withI the cane Sbirlandex finally succeeded in getting hold oWiis assailant and choked him intoI helplessness As soon as he was released Corning crept akragthe floor to the spot where he had thrown his revolver and picking up the weapon shot himself through the head He died while being taken to the hospitall Both Shirlander and his wife were severely cut about the face and head by the No isjj heavy cane reason known for the attempted murder 1101 1IS TllTIE FOR HIDm Newjj Par Bii Ier te Cure Catarrh Than at Any Other Season 1 Now Is the time to use HyOmei i when the early summer days make it so easy to cure catarrhal troubles The Hyoniei trlfC ment breathed for a few minut three are four times a day ip Mayor June will do good twice as quickley Ms it did in January and nearly eyeryone knows that used faithfully then itcomplC ly rids the system of cataJrht t The complete Hyoniei outfit costs but one dollar ant con slats of a neat inhaler that can be carried in the purse or VHttt pocket and will last a lifetime a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles oftt Hyomei can be pronuced if des ired for fifty cents The Red Cross Drug Store gives their personal guarantee with every 1 Hyomei outfit they sell to refund the money if it does not give satisfrction There is no risk whatever to the purchaser of Hyomei 1WtLLI PLEASED f Mr JU G MaRafleld ltd Inter utlniy ofnis New Home In i tkSoulhS- partanburg S C May 28th Editor NEWSLEADER Qnmy arrival in Spartanburg South Carolina last January I walnot so very favorably impressed with It11e town but I bad came to stay at all hazards therefore I went to work to make the best of it and after spending three days looking over the city I rented4 a pretty dwelling house in the most aristocratic partof the townl and set up housekeeping TIM people received me kindly and gave me much encouragement especially the city mayor ad real estate Agents alsojthe bank ers and business men generally- I proceed8dtoinvMtiptebil- ie prospects and Isoon decried as there was sixty fiye thousandS people here to feed looked to the North ahtf iteatfor food that a wholesale grocery business was pretty safe so I purchased onehalf interest in a wholesale cash grocery and adopted the plan to sell to con sumers at wholesale in inbrokto packages We sell from O to 50 worth daily Mrs Mansfield Wd1lQt like to live out 6f tbeTbttsines part of the town I then led a 40 room hotel on the public square and moved again the 2lat of Feb nary to the hotel We worked about a month infur ishia and filing the hotel which has goOd patronage We have good experienced hotel servamts cftd Virginia cooks and White wilt ereeses I expect to open another mercantile businessi here this fall as I will then be better acquainted with the aitmatioo 1 have been quite well during my stay here I have visited t M Cherokee Springs the White Stone Springs the Glea the Cedar the Garrett th4 Turier the Chic and others There are 29 large Cotton Factories in this county several Knitting Mills nin large Bamks Lumber Mills two largtCcdlejres lour Graded Schools five Bail Roads and nearly the whole county planted in cottoe There are many fine farm reside JtCei all oyer the cOunty and all frost yards from the finest residences o the humblest cottages are OM great bed of roses of every color and many of thlll1two colors 011 the same bushes The roses blocmed a month ago Tbe honeysuckle and magnolias are now in bloom and the air is full of fragrance We are just south of the great Blue Bide Bang ot Mountains We have the sea breeze in the day sad lJItoaI tain air drops down arcniad ms at night We havehad 8CJtIMh days but it is quite cool hWe today i The NEWLIADER reacbM s each week sad by it we keep posted about Spring field Of course we bften get horn sick for our dear acqwinlaaoeir of Springfield and Washiagtoa county With best wishes J G MaMfieU LWeasy Parkersbirg W VrLewil Young has IeftW Virginia at the age of 119 yearf and bM started toOskaloosa Iowa wbera he Will Bake his home with bilct Ir WriJTHji Jrst 90 mirss ot I j H his trip were over tM uaUim roads but the old man stood ttw trp as wellja a boy oflO Uncle TJewis Jtas IM aeaUMJat his homejat ra bo nrT jILBie4lMit ntJ Virginia Aigtwt 16 1781 20 1 JUyears after the doelaratioa oLIjt 8 dpsndece anLbsl1yeRi4n ft r7the teraLof toAee U rrr Aiiwr ican President bd oof b lfff date of his birth a well Mtb lishedbTtio reeords tf if 1 four yeajs4o he was aarriJ and be lirei 4Q years jnU jiIIrJrstwife At the age of 00 brnarid agi5i and ijfover SO years with his IMIwlk tiAt90yearf jbo Mrris4 agsIs and his IirdwiMdieaftersyb- adliv4togMber7years She died two years ago ud altnojttgli be was thea4iI7 yrs i 4 fl fef old UBcte LewJsnsatnp all night with eecorfoe Mftts c cff eto sIp dairiiig tWlaet nMfhft to t oo M ever be wit his wife IJe 1riSStUl a rain of powerful pbcci qne andhafd a staading over tosy- neet aay ma in his bone tow im physloai eoconnker I ftI bftIlMDeWIt4g WItCh flaDel ye piinc Ibe pcirM of tte alcia marf by ttrpt ribfcist aadbea3u ia ceit lebdess lIeatio M- ce bili mrsiiita satee riag wofM XM mil kfai dWuuus r Acic fr sduijsu r k dpo4r4b Kifc Tim aiiPl aM gsaaiid Whti Sal 1maik by E Cesaby aUDri fir tf r M- 1fJ i iIYo fleVt ortiys Ill abooiIyeeyeuw Jfche wds 1ht Jell fo tISO ssry tiJoMt bk pMiol MdfiMdtha bo4 UtM i rtaMJyl ed Albert France Both parties s aottt ad t JIasrqqs wrs s i iriTers oc scrapers bjr Bttpfcr Aq GejbawU m the Southern rmife r4sotMpoiMaear1ese fhadi f twesntbneeiswboweibothduyuera t t J Albert France b 4jwrtmmirf ed r t tIwork a 4 oarn up to tiU o mp r where JosMevwM carrjiM wilk him a wagon linei JoMs toad him io drop ibe line bet France paidDO a teatioa to UM wmrmoc IL when Joaet ried his j iseoi aaft ithibcCYoalMhey Pit iboot JOB do jtitil fired a bullet throngs PTAS bud killing him in i is i ihanit takes to deorHM bit t trafeiy7 Wlo iThe DekTiUe oMcer eoetiei mi ooct b t tbetr arrlrei Jo et W his essathtbs + r nTe bee soooriaf tbe NMiy IllooUac I I cW Jt 0 Kea sad Wapieani tok M 4J l MJKMPillsT ftfHIttttm JPf or r sv saIctsEAD aM lyctw tie pL and t 4n1 at sa oki eMaMihsd aanotnrIng Howe lSmiary 8O pr day with p adisd Bifa- rnisb aa eesmVIpOIILJMII1IV IJ SZ el ABrher-ak Co Hoses cillw i lU 114 cn Ps1I451o fvnit yb4es a I I Prl delhrerjli Jno G W L i SevenfyeYft i J put Up in M CYid J t 1L l r1 54 0o The White Steel GaE iL EtSY TO OPERA7E NEAT M DESIRABLE- 1 i 55A THE NEWSLEADER I y PvIrrr1IvIITMmwAY I HlY OlE rA srRGNEiP Y L 4J WtIQ Jr I tM M per 4 t aLV iid p lttie1aIkr 1I I4J wfc is at JMCMtoi teM1I r iiMfIwNl7 11U al t M t 3I aL ri iti e riet 3 rnui tY tII IIIWf I 251 PMJuil f rlw J8 yjuxii5 t Ittrlwyal M ment Msr7 the Jtl1t i W Mractkxl to the T18hikiJi d1abiing It ftA Mftonaff no Itfcan 22 of p ths Csars 1U1c vessels This v TirUK fit Trill to a decisive Weil BrpweeWrtween the two 11 pea Ji H 4t IU jt f j Iir Dvd L Payne one of- K tIM ooimtyftbesfccitUens died at tr1 3 r IMS koape about five miles from 48e11 ootbe Bardstown pike At an early hour on last r JViday joofiiing after a short ifitpeeuKOBia Mr Payne fit v ira 55 yA of age and moved fcotkw ouftty from the Brad fociiYille 4 ghborhood in Ma V riom coentybout 20 yes ago 0t He wat s man of a high degree f ofrimtogrity adb his own effort 5 ie1way ifl the world MMl MML by hard licks accumula jj ieJLqmitei a comfortable little ertaie He was a blacksmith by f trade f and also owndand con ducted ft farm VMr Payne was twice married His first wife died about twelve years ago and tthe following grown sons and hi daughters survive L William H GJoIm and Ben Payne and Mrs- r Will Mama and Malissa Porter IT1 last wife who together with L It three small children survive Was J ft KiM Wise The deceased was 1h1i member of the Masonic Lodge of Husi place and was greatly respected by his brother masons t ij he was by all with whom he lag thrown in contact The tf11Mril was conducted by the eMaeonic Lodge Rev R L f c PmrdiUB preached the funeral flOll fttMihe home and the burial took place at Cemetery I Iai11on Saturday Mr Stephen Wiieatiey oh of our oldest citizens died on last Pridiy night at his hone about two and a half miles gn the BkxMnfieldpikeof the infirmities V of old age The deceased was SCyears of age and was bon and reared m Washington county I 1 He had lead the life of an honorable and upright citi t23n and earned the respect of everybody who knew him f He had reared a large fam I ily of sons and daughters and those surviving are Thos Ike Stephen B John H and Eugene Wheatley d Mesdames Joe Ryan Milton Keene and Pra kHeJThejuneral took place at St Rose on Sunday f morning 2 b Mr Richard J Breckinridge another One of the countys oldest citiiens passed to the Greet Beyond at his home near Willisbitrg on Monday after being ill for several weeks r Uncle Dick as he was famili arly called by his many friends 4 JWu widely known in the county tlived here all of his life ttJr t r IHis father moved with his family c front Bourbon county a number of yap ago and the deceased lrt warn related to the distinguished c 4 Breckmridge family of the Blue t giinD section of Kentucky For jieveral years Uncle Dick f Brecki ridge carried the mail 1 between this place and Willis I burg and w always clever and t p i ftccoounodaiEing having a pleas l ifekjamt word and smile foreverybody J Afaeraltook place atWillis birgyeeterdy I iv Ji Lkscar i d SMM day yow will etai bad t lfl rwby t feel a pain in f yowr tovtte and fear apptftdi Lfk cit Satety lie in Dr Kings ii JbNKLife PUte Sr Hte c1Jralcr Js aM tewet and Moecbieuesfitf s ei U headache biliousnessi t anftfreoe etc Gaaranteed at t I r Jpij4i Fbar Meyr ooly 25- c1iytiberP I lit 1 I for fri4e J C4er 1 Mrtttfanfl i News From The County1 I HtppitInAsaithsCSURtYt People 1 as Reported by eur Gorresp Mdtnt J r JIJI 1 fff vtiayiiiII- Fra work is progressing nicely in this vicinity The crops on an average are doing fairly welhto te ielijht of the farm eri TBeoutlook is for a fair yield of small grains with the excepticm of Wheat which is very dombtful at present it being very abort for the season Cora is doing well genet ally except the late planting and replant which is telng killed by ants Jpae Edgerton of Hillsboro was iQ our midst Monday w F Moran purchased 30 bushels of corn pf W T Stigall Pying55c for same Mrs Jerome Wchner who has been severely ill f several days is convalescent at this writing Mr Cheatham ot near Booker was in our midst last week on outlook for pasture for cattle and sheep Mrs Malissa Wohner spent Tuesday with her father Mr William Derringer Sr Will Derringer Jr recently purchased a good buggy horse on the street Price unknown J D Pile who is the local log hauler has been busy this sea son and has some one after him daily to do some hauling which is a hard job well performed Uno suffered the painful ordeal of spraining an ankle Qne day last week but am glad to say I can usamy wrist yet Mr Jerome Wohnercame near swallowing his full set of teeth one day last week while trying to catch a long ball and missed his aim the balNfairlv hit him in the mouth and You bet he washed the blood off J Av Bishop and wife of Bloomfield visited relatives near here Wednesday and Thursday IrS J Lfl Mpran visited her sister Mrs Thomas Baler of Hillsboro Saturday and Sunday Miss Sue Drye of Lebanon spent last week visiting relatives in this county Misses Sue Drye and Miranda Tucker and Master Irvine Tucker spent Friday with Mrs M Reed at Cedar Hill Jerome Wohner and family visited relatives near Willisburg Saturday and Sunday MW Seay and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with rela tives near Polin f Mrs iecatus Dragoo and wife of Long fact visiied at the home of JiJJiontgomeryand wife ofthis plaoe Saturday and Sun day Miss Pearl Qoatley has re turned to her home atthis place after an extended visit to friends in adjoining counties Miss Julia Goatley of Maud spent from Saturday until Tues day with the family of J D Moran of this place Edgar Goatley visited his cou iRili Hunter Goatley of Bay View Sunday Mr Pile and wife of near Booker visited in this section Saturday B L Goatley and wife of this place visited relatives in Spring field Saturday MrJames Thompson and Miss Graham VanArsdale two of Latseys most highly accom pUshed young people were in our midst Sunday We are glad to see Jim out again Did you ever go fishing i did and guess what haned tome well Ill just tell you I killed large spotted frog and cut aJ io pieces fcr bait well I threw in hook and more bites btlanythingl was that frog jerking the line He was nervy wasn t he eliS Several boys from ths place wept to Sprinciield last Wednes day to hear the joint debate ol Bardstown VB Springfield bufIi the former backed out before they started and all we heard was the declamatory contest of the SG S The manner Jn which the contestants delivered their pjeces showed good train ing and did a credit to Springfield Quite a delpgation from this place went to Wllligburg on last Saturday to attend tbe decoration Several beautiful floral designs were carried from this place and it seems as tbougb every one took an active part iu the tributes to the deadand those who have near and dear ones laid n the beautiful ceme tery at that place no doubt coy ered their glares in a tas pful manner in imitation of the beautiful beyond Say did any of the readers ever have a new buggy I neve boyslJthlssection too have new buegiea and- borseeand are cutting quite a dash tell 1 suppose there is oinethiDf dping Tile girls are all amilec and J have to ride guessP11ger comes Out with his i hite tleydrivesWait till I get mine then I will furnish tbe uoo4 old News leader lots of news itemSi fresh UNO t = t 0I fl I r1If Hlllsboro Mrs Lee Settles has returned from a visit of her parents Mr1 and Mrs Geo Keeling nearj Willis burg We are glad to report Miss Maud Inman who has beeu quite sick with inflamatory rheumatism some batter at this writing W C Cammack the popular deputy Assessor of Anderson county wife and little daugh ter have returned home after a short visit to their daughter Mrs J D Sutherland Mr Cammack says that very little tobacco has been salt out in his part of the county N R Shewmaker who has been at Hondersonville N C for several months for bis health has returned and is now at the home of his father Mr John Shewmaker We are glad that the change in climate has proven so beneficial to Mr Shewmakers health We are all sorry to hear of the accident that befell our neigh bor F M Shewtnaker of getting his arm broken by being kicked bya horse His arm is doing nicely and he will soon have the use of it again I Mrs W E Sutherland has a young turkey that is some w 1at- of a curiosity as it has two heads but otherwise is well formgd The freak head isi located just behind its legs The head and bill are well form ed but only about half the size of the true head The freak head has only one eye which isI located in the ceuter of its bead The turkey is now two weeks old and is as active and y healthy as any of the others in the gang The Spring term of the public school at this place taught by Prof Peters of Mackville closed Friday Owing to the rush of farmwork the school was not lajgeln attended Wo are inclined to bhink that the com pulsory lau of education should be enforced in this district for there are too many children in this district that fail to attend school any during the entire term and many others goa day now an4then just as it suit themand many of their patents i say that they do not want to foice their children to go toI school against their will for fear they would do no good in the way of learning Thus their children are permitted tdgrqwto manhoddor womanhood andpitch their craft upon lifes sea with out any education We would think it right for all the children in this district to be forced to attend school at least 8 weeks during the coming tetm The trustees have amid all their ap plications selected Miss May me Merritt to teach the fall term She is well recpmended as a teacher and her selection meets with approval from both parents and pupils and we predict for her a pleasant and successful school What tobacco that was set but last season has almost been dis troyed by the cutworms The plants in many beds are yellowt and really too large to set outI and unless vie have a season communityL this week the crop will be ex lr tobacco ground in corn last weeks The condition of A F Settles remains unchanged and hisLJStill are fearful that he has a cancer of the stomach His wife and little daughter are quite sick at present Rev G V Tood the eloquent young pastor of tne M E church at Mackville will preach here Sunday evening at 4 oclock Rev J A Sims of the church of God will preach here the second Sunday at11 oclock and preachlhope that each preacher will have a good crowd out to hear him for all are interesting talkers Miss Susie Edgerton one of our most popular young ladies is sdlicting money to beautify the Presbytearftn church at the quitetalentedand we feel sure that she will have success especially in the young circles Your correspondent has returned from a fishing trip in Barren river but he was up able to catch asingle one of tietiny tribe II or even to get a bite so we came back as nun gry for fish as we were before going but we did catch some folks with the gospel hook and had a chance to baptize iuthe river but we had no narrow escapes horn being drownedaBlackberry winter is over and i theday of the cutworm is draw e ing to a close for which the farmers are returning thanksdThe potato bugs are in action and continuous fight is being- swaged against theta In eVery quarter corn his come up well And there hasbeen no n edol replanting and a season for to f bacco setting is being prayed for Weeds are doing well but Otherc vegetation is backward Dad Sutherland sold a horse t totTheo Fenwick for p75 Clark 3ros sold two horses for 14LI and p125 L S Dean sod It I cow to Luceri Pinkslon for l Edgar Settles sold a cow 51calf tb W P Parish for 16 and yearling heifer to X Coulier for 1110 Z P 1fromprices Lilac Forest VI w Arthur Carrico of BarJstown was visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Joe Carrico of this place Sunday The first publication between Mr Edd Hamilton and Miss Lucy Gotee occurred at St Rose last Sunday We learn that Mr Joe Bland ford is very sick at present Last Sunday while the people were returning from church at St Rose a horse driven by a young man accompanied by a young lady when near our place tooic fright and backed tbe bug gydown a steep bank turning it over throwing the occupants out Being absent from home we failed to learn the names of the parties buc are glad to learn that they escaped injury We are glad to learn that Mrs Will Smith who has been at theIhospital in Lebanon for time past is very much improved- Mr John OBryan and Mr Jeff ODonial and another man grownfoxesrefugeinto receive their education which was cut short however by clubs sticks axes and so on A few days after Mr Tom ODaniel and Sid Williams dug out four more which were soon dispatched localityisceivingils third ploughing If it continues seasonable the oats crop will be immense Great many of the boys are whichiis advertised for Springfield Mackville Miss May Bu ch has returned home from Beaumont College where she had been attending school the past year- MiSSAliaBusbyWas in Har rodsburg last Tnurday Miss Ethel Johnson and Mr Baldwin from Mercer were vis iting Mrs May Birch from Sat urday until Monday Mr James Matherly father off Hatlwas at Deep Creek church Sunday afternoon Funeral preached by Rev Pur doml There was quite a large crowd present MrS Catherine Bottoms and son Jeff H Bottoms of Califor nia are visiting her sister inlaw Mr Frank Anderson It iis something very remarkable fora manylionAshe does They wpre both here lastsummer They came through Texas and spent a while there enroute to Mackville youngp HirchILiawrence Walker Miss Jchnson Mr Balwin Miss Grace Hatchett Mr Will Rightly ofJf our people who went to the deco SaturdayIafternoonMrs lchard Isham and Mrs Ida Arnold took dinner with Mrs Tom Wilcon last Saturday Mr Vernon Cloyd of Harrods iburg was in Mackville Sunday Mrs Sallee of Harrodsburg spent list week with Mrs Drew 1 ancey Mr H Gabhart and family of Rose Hill spent Sunday with CamdenThe Christian nicelyThedoing their part If we could have a good rain INDIGESTIONS JUCCOXJ TIle best remedy I can prescribe for your Ii digestion madam ii Green August Flower preKrlbcIndigestion is making an awful record s a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in iits ghastly harvest q7ou rin the papers daily of appar- ntly healthy and even robust mea being suddenly attac1ced with acute IndigeMion- lter enjoying a hearty meal and of their ying in many CUll before a physiciaa could be called is CThis should be a warning to you who with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion IT these unfortunate victims of acute indigestion had takes a small close of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures August Flower prevents indigestion by replat9tke uphei sues ascaad 750 kit druggist ItITwo For sale at Haydons Pharmacy a eIS fA SUMMER GOODSO- ur stock ot Summer Goods is roost completel including 3 great yarikyi of ljmens Lawns India Linensi Voiles M Ulnghamsc- t4 Underwear Suspenders jWO udor Sole Agents for vudpr Porch Shades rhjsIi isthe besJlt IiPorch Shade made Dont itw compare with ch Porch Shades Shades that on market Call and see iit and piBambQOtkj ii fi no other you NIII have D tljj l f The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county office at the Democratic primary hldin Washington county Au gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at the regular election B L Litsey For Co Attorney T S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker W D Claybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne SuDt of SchoolsJ W Bush For JailerGeo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W For Coroner J M Montgomery now everything in the gardens would be fins We hope it willI come soon as it has had the ap pearance for several days Mrs George Warren and Miss Hattie of Perryville spent a fey days with her daughter Ltllie and sister Mrs Calvin Shew maker Texas Misses Alice and Ida Coca nougher were pleasant visitors 51at the home of Annabel Funk at ISimms Kyf Sunday Mr lames Shanks of Louis yule was visiting relatives in this community last week Master Clyde Sweazy of Nel son county js visiting his sister Mrs J D Peterson Misses Ethel Rogers and Mat tie Begley of Fenwick were at the home of Mrs R L Arnold Monday The quarterly meeting con were the presiding reIder Rev Murrill and Rev Hoskinson of your town Quite a number off young peo pIe from Simms w6re to hear Mr James regor oft Mack 1ville attended the quarterly meeting here Wednesday and Thursday Misses Bettie Deboe arid Mabel Tyler of Springfield were among friends here Thursday and Friday Miss Mattie Lee Kimberlin en tertained a few of her friends Saturday night All present re port a pleasant lime j Rev GV Todd and family of Mackville were at the home of J W Edwards Sunday C F and Jacob Kim berlin Messr attended the funeral of the formers grandmother at Parksville Sunday Eugene Campbell was ID Jen sonton Sunday r S M Bottom of Springfield was among the guests entertained by Miss Kim b rhn Saturda evening Miss Georgia Young visited her sister Mrs Jno Elliott at Jensonton Monday Wjllisbur Rev Lowen of Nicholasville preached toa very large audi ence at the Christian church at this place on last Sunday morn ing and evening There was quite a number of people living in different coun ties having r laUei buried in the Fairview cemetery at this place attended the decoration exercises last Saturday after noon J N Cull and family Oscar Mfty sand wife of Kirk ood visited relatives here last Satur and wife Olr New things in Plain and Lace Stripei Hosiery in Black Tan and Whites for Women Misses and Children Lsdies and Gents Underwear Buster Brown for boys Summer Clothing Blue Serge Coats and Pant Suits Single or Double Breasted Novelty Crash Coat and Pants Suits Scotch Cheviot Coat and Plants Suits These go dsarethe Hart Sch afner and Marx make are guaranteed in every respect Misses Ja Opha Black l relatives at this place last week Mr John Sutton of McAfee visited his parents a few days the first of the week Mr R M Arnold and wife of Maud Mr Simms and wile of Harrodsburg Kir Bowles and Miss Verna Rogers of Fenwick Mr Frank Ash and wife of Pulliam Miss Nora Cheatham of Brookville spent Sunday with Mrs 84 Gheatbam Wm Say and family of Dan ville are week with Mrs M J Birch at Birchwood 4Dr J C Gibbsvisited at the home of W S at Englewood Mrs H B tGreenwood and Miss Lula Mer ia were in your town shopping Wednesday 1 Miss Lula Trent of Kirkland 1is the guest of rM Trent Erastus Yateof Booker was in our town Saturday Dr Williams andlred Leathers of Asbbrook were in out town Sucday eveinnjf l FISHING LINES tke elTFI t Are These Feraaed From Silkworm Gat Silkworm gut forms the best line for fishing purposes partly on account of its great tenacity and partly because It Is so transparent Every year a auf ficient number oF Spanish silkworm grubs are selected for this purpose Aft er they have etrten enough mulberry leaves and before they begin to spin they are thrown Into vinegar for sev oral hours Each Iinsect is killed and the substance which the grub in the natural course would have spun into a cocoon Is forcibly drawn from the dead worm Into a much thicker and shorter silken thread The threads are then placed in pure water for out four hours and after ward dipped for text minutes in a so lution jot soft soap The line outer skin is thus loosened so that the work man can remove It with hts hands The threads must be dried in a shady place and are often bleached with sulphur vapor until they acquire the bright appearance of spun glass Lon don Telegraph The Walter Usefulness ut any man or woman lies principally in thee willingness back of the hands to do AS well as they pos sibly con whatever comes their Way As a rule It will be found that the most useless pcrsbns in the world are those who are wilting for something to turn up And by the same sign it is a fact that the most useful beings are those who have taken up the first thing that came to hand and done the best they could with if These people usually Ibid something to their liking in the long run too nnd if this be denied them they have the goOd sense to learn- tto like what comes Lontr Flight bYNlckt Nearly all smalj birds make their that If on any day In Maythe treetops are full Of flitting little warblers it is no sign that the following day will find them still there Some kinds like phoc bl1 song sparrows meadow larks and bluebirds cOme Very early as soon a3 the snow Is all gone and the south slop- Ing hillsides begin to feel warm antiI smell of BllrIngItSt Nicholas XotktBir of the Kind Now sirlt said the advqcate cross examining a witiHssf your answers are not satisfactory am afraid you are slightly ambiguous Witness with great indignation am naethlng o the kind sir Im a strict teetotaler London TltBIts Suiplelouii Junior PartnerThe bookkeeper has been married nearly six months now Senior Partner Well Junior Partner have to have his accounts examinedSPhiladelphia Press E Be brave la trouble meet distress W with dauntless courage but heJttH ffto for yrMperlry blow be l kf fr and shortctt t ll Horace v Ribbons Gloves r solsJFa I Neckwear i Jr frojm which select1to J the Glbba eiosJ W L Douglass Co and VFillianls Kneeland Co high grade Mbns aod Boys Patent and Russian Cajlt Shoe and Oxfords lilore f style and wear than any other lines shown llere Dittman t t l flm i f Democratic Candidates Novemberi9O5rFer RepstnttLve putyr Wednesdayfconductedby nightHis Sundayifr randweekI saturlday spendingthe dayI CI rcents and9xOrds Krippeodo tanprf11 == I m ir COOL p H Andr i1m FamilyVyoushouia i suPPy your home with some L ofour ROT WEAhLEB I COMFORTS A GOOD OIL STOVEr s r Istiow considered almbst ajneces l sity in warm weather and there are J none to equal our Perfectioni Wicj e lqlqBlue Flame We have It in threeSIIS 1 I f tIi711 fl 1 I t handletc to AI AbsQlut ly the best on the niarket We It lhave a nice line of refrigerator to sa fi feet from in several izes and values1 We make a leader of the Sitka one of the best made t r The Apello Washing Machine positiveI ly does the work lf I See us about tin roofing ant plumbing Ii VMcElroy 8 hultz JI t utUJl LI i u I The first National Eank i SPRINGFIELD KY t It IIlIrPlusn GapilIS30OOO Undivided Prtttls f OQ+ i j I OFFICERSB L Litsey President John W iewIsVicePre L j A McEIroy Cashier L Th Cain Assbtait Caskkr L Jt i I Fogtert BookKeeper fj e t DIRECTOR D Iq LltseYrJ w Lewis Sidney Green t Caisp bell R HIJdelenfH M Grund Join o Poll I We grant very favor consistent withwifd W1 JdXr Iburi 1 ness respectfully Solicitedi J F0 1I U i Say t Are you troubled with your eyes Do you have theheadadheivostbfiieadachesare I lAlVost from eye strain Eye strain and headache CM be by Glasses accurately fitted Have your eye f and glasses fitted by W 0 Grifsbr theOptksn 1teste rdstownl He has the latest and best eye instru r 1 illi the market Walt for hija lie k coteim nRINgFIELD SiTURDllJUMt 1 n i rt littbe r Walton Hotel irorthe putpo8e + f teetie t1s I i i fitting and adjusting Glasses liewiII Jaake SpnotfWd Jjthe second Saturday of each Bloattt to Di sad adjust ft Glasses If you are troubled wifcn itaafc Lyre see Bi I EesxarnincdFet fr Iiif J W C GG5Y9PicI r 1 a BardaiwnrKFe1SI i L t r Biliouspill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abedj ouldnt wMJm if8fS1Mo hlm hen his ilumb rs overtook kisi u d nly he started wakIng j vryOL1 witA dayas bceaki r ta thIs apksccranascer EAJtLY RIIER thats tiwMMw oM ky sit DrnfflU t f Id rl6nrrJ1O tj51OiIb whg caulk tCrQ11sj11t00sb Cure Is te ileaiWterjodt TlLI becais fiIc- OiItal 7 uo oIte Is perfectly bandekites good and cUM Sold bysUDnggistL IOITPrAi r Iflrf 4 I 7 N iIb IK NEWSLEADER KJit WpJ61 JFfEVZ THUmSD AY + 1t r 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 3 N i 1 svd NtFROM DISASTER i1f273 tiUCCES AT TIMES fOLLOWS SEEM ING ILLUICK 4t t how JKivBnfcjn PotroJcnro Depo lfn jTVereDiBCorercd A Ujliic SenliDlM cloned Capo Xoniea Gold Secret i The Origin ot Tinted Paper The Baku petroleum deposits which f Jbn yieiaed millions of pounds worth 4 4offine oil are situated In Russian Cau 40 caaus t car ago a number oC cattle were placed On several tracts of land well icoYeiot1 with herbage The animals however refusedl lo feed at first but later iu their hunger they ate up the t grass raypiiouslyi All of them were takenlil auid a number died Tbe cnuseot their death puzzled the owner for some tithe In the long r iJI discovered with tlie assistance of an Englishman that below the meadows iwerc rIch oil springs which caused the grass to be poisoned with paraffin The los of his cattle brought a fortune A summer or two back a sea wall on the Suffolk coast was blown down slur Ingla strong gale and when the tide rose nny teres of low lying land were flooded by the sea The farmers who i t r ntC4 the land were in despair and in order to save their crops they started 4drginhig tho water off t Tvo days later the water sodden nicadbws vero ja sight wonderful to be rthold They were one thick carpet of j One mackerel A big school of the fish Jfad Swept In through the breach hi the embankment and been carried to the fields Jjthe incoming sea Tie formers hired scores of carts to collect the madverel and within twen i l3four LouVs the fish had been packed c Into 11XC3 and were en route to Bil lingsgate where they were sold for over Starring Ill clad and bootless Robert Hyanisr a homeless Jew wandered to thetbp of a Iqnelyhlll on the Yorkshire moors There was a strong gale blow- Ing fioui the east and to protect him self from tho cold blast he entered a bigshed of wood and gorse on the sum mit which was wed to store fodder for the sheep iV Stepping through the door which opened to the eastward he was a ioh isbedkto find inside over sixty did y lucks half sttuinedbut quacking vio Icntly He slammed the dqor tcand started catching the birds and wring lug their necks t The 1edlny right lIt the flight lines of the myrlads ot wild duclc3 that come to Britain from the north and flying low In their hundreds some of them lied entered the door of the shed which had been left opeff by the shepherds and stunned themselves on the rear wall i Hyams sold the lucky haul forva sum cQXcccrug s and with this he waS able td clothe hlniself respectably ned bins find employment Oni the beadi which fringes the pr cl pices below Cape Nome there Is now a prosperous city peopled by 40000 mln era but nt one time and not so very long ago the spot was uninhabited The discovery of the gold in the dis j trlct and its ultimate prosperity was entirely due to a seal t TWO American hunters had wounded the strange creature and It lei them a pretty danco nc nss the Ice and Inttf nil uuknowii bay where the seal was lUlled after baCly wo ndirg one pf the hHnters llina Its death struggles the seal flung up tho ground and the hunters to their agreeable surprise found themselves on a golden strand the tidiest one In the world Tbetleath of a inuie brought great wealth to Frederick Butler a Klon cllkcc wlio took part in tile memorable Vrtish to the gold Holds of Yukon He Icft his mule standing tfne day on a plot of land far away from they claIms and another miner who had a fgrUdgc against his fellow digger shot thus animal lu thje neck with his revolver The mule fell and In its agony kick ed up the ground wltli its hoofs When its owner returned he sound several pebbles of strange weight arid shape lying around the dead animal lie cleansed the supposedpebbles and they proved iio be nuggets of virgin gold The dying mule had struck one of the ricliOjBt veins In Klondike A similar ease of gold being disc v bred bynn nulmal occurred In Scotland In 1SCS A dog badly wounded by a shot froni a gamekeepers gun scratch cd UD some cold on rroimd whloli irnoi nerward known as the Dunrgbin goal mines near Golsple Over 20000 worth of the ppecious Inetal was wash ed out ot the mine by the owner of the fortune bringing dog The Pdtorj silver mines In Spain werb also discovered byn wounded dog and It Is said that the famous din mond mines at KInjberley sere first revealed to a wide awake Boer by a sow which he had shot Gold to the value of some hundreds of pounds was dug out of a portion of the ground belonging to a Jf Ireton of western rumhcrland A fowl chased bya boy threw up a nugget of goid witli Us claws as It fled from Its pur suer Subsequently It transpired that when the bird had been was a dried up stream and contained gold dust and small Iuggets large quantities Ramsgvite harbor was once flooded with a mighty shoal of mullet axy when the dock gates wore opened to al Jow a ship to pass Into the Inner basin the fish followed nnd the basin became thick with them When the tide went down the author Jtles laid the lOck sluices opened nhii omr19veitwentcartweight ind upward were taken away froth the floor of the basin nild th jr sare brought to the oJters ot thiainsg- ino council nearly 500 k t A piece of blue droppejd by accident into a Vat of pulp was r spQlslble for the production of blue tinted paper and to this slight disaster the foundation of a great industry Is tobo traced TIle wife of William Exist a poor pa per maker dropped a blue bUll Into one of her husbands pulp vats and as a result the pulp assumed n blue tint East considered the paper to be a grave pecuniary loss but when he sent It iip to London It found n ready market Indeed It became so PoPular that Bast was asked to supply more He dill and eventually made a great for tune out of his blue bag paper A Mumlst of Nuremberg was pour ing out some aquafortis from a bottle when a few drops fell upon a pair of gold inimed spectacles which he had recon iy purchased Thats a catastrophe he called to his wife Ive upset some aquafortis on ntf new specs Hits lt spoilt thcniS was thereply Well said the chemist the glass Is corroded where the fluid touched it Then lulden stuckhiin and getting a piece of window glass he endeavored to etch thereon Ho succeeded after many failures By drawing designs on the glass with varnish and applying aquafortis he made them appear as on a gray background For many years he kept his secret close and made d small fortune out of his designed glass Pearsons London Weekly iNo Champagne For Prisoner At the breaking out of the Crimean war Eliza Rachel the celebrated French tragedienne was In St Peters RussianJgave n banquet in her honor At the end ofthe feast one of the Russian of ficers n nobleman of high rank sSld to Rachel In a bantering sort of way We will not bid you goodby hilt mcrcyau reVclr for we will soon be iuParJs to drink your health In spar kling champagne Monrd ur replied Rachel Franfc IS not rich enough totreat all heriiri oners of war to chamnagqch Of eoure tiw cnrrlnns are qutt- eprtyslie said wltJ4ust a 1tingeof disappointment b9f the stones are1 yery small But my dcarV replied iir Phoxy If they were any larger theyd all out of proportion to the size of JeearsVPhlladeliihia Press Th flabji Wa7- 4Erienli SUPIJOse the baby is fond of you Papa Fond of mel Why he sleeps all day when Im riotiat lidme mid stays up all night just to njoy my socIetyrTown and Country 4 NoSecrelAlioutb if It iis no secret that for C its Burns Ulcers tFever Sores Sore Eyes ilsf etc nothing is so j as Bricklens Arnica Salve TIt didnt take long to cure bad soreI had and it is i1r OK for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope T x25c at CJ Hay dons Phar macy Blackmailers Dovr3KyOpe of tile bold est blackmailing schemes eyer attempted in this section lias just come to light During the past month Mr Powell B Owens one of the Wealthiest farmers of the Fernleaf neighborhood ten miles south of here has received five letters each demanding that We place the sum of 50 in a tin box which had been left at a certahi place indicated bya small flag He was gena specified time in which to do it or suffer the destruction ot his property beginning with hs stock to be followed by the burning of his barnR etc Finally his life was taien if he made known to any person thd Contehlsof the letters While he paid btit little attention to the letters he vs con iderably worried at the threat ening intent Sunday nigbt the jwrk of destruction was begun when ii fine 200 horse was shot and killed right at his home and two other horses badly wounded by being shot A flock of sheep have been drooping around since and giye indications of having been poisoned Monday S50 in coin as demand d was placed in the tin can where it still remains The matter has been kept from the public with the hope of Catching the guilty party or par ties For fear that the work of destruction already begun frill be carritd out guards are in constant attendance at Mr Owens home and detectiyes are at work cn the case His neigh bors who have been cognizant of the situation since the shoot ing of his horses Sunday night are indignant and it is hard to tell what the result will be if the culprits are caught Asthma Suerrrs bonld KtOW Tlis Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that yere considered hopeless Mrs Adolph Dues tog 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes VA severe cold con tra ted twelve years ago was neglected until it ftnally grew into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more than temporary relief Foleys Hooey and Tar was recom mended and one fifty centbottjff eli tirely cured me bf asthma which had been growing on me for tjvclve years and ifl had taken it ar the start I wouid have been sayca years of sut ering For sajby The Red Cross Drtg Shore 1achers Bad Break ifford Huff in the Harrods sciig Herald gets off the following In the early days of Springfield a preacher bought some sausage for lunch one Sun day and took it to church with him He carried the sausage in the back pocket of his coat and a dog catching the scent folio fed him Every few feet the racherwould kifck backward attiie dog without looking arOund Arriving at church the the preacher began the service and the dog lay down behind the altar A few minutes later one of the deacons stole quietly up behind the preacher intending to hand him a sheet of paper and pulled his coat tail Without glancing back the preacher gave One vicious kick and sent the deacon rolling down the altar stepson the dog which set upa terrible howling The preacher still looking straight ahead said My friends this thieving scoundrel has been trying to rob me ever since I made uI1ur chase at the butcher shop before coming here When the preacher discovered what he had done he dismissed the congregation and went outside to kick the dog t f BUggies by the CarLoad i I Is how we heal in yehicles to supply our trade We have i two warehouses full of buggies oalfstyJcsand prices and i have somethingto suit everybody i 4 j Plows Wagons and Othert e Impements I- ft We 1aJ1le the genuine Other Obilled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wa o s an 1p the best drills and seeders on the market j We carry a full line of Cpllars Hames Plow Gear and x Wagon Harness OT all kinds Vi k tr 4P w 1 tf you contemplate buildipg a fence investigate our fcfe and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none betterjjPGEfJit s Agents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best makes r 4 rJttr it 01 McClure1 8 Wells 3 w I 1L r STOCK ISSUEJ The Burley Tobacco Growersr o Surest a New Plan For Rala InS the Money d Aspecial last week from Lfex ingto 1 tells of a new planor fCOGrowerThe delegates from the counties in the white Burley tobacco district vvbo met here to day to receive the plans Revised by the committee from the Burley To bacco Growers Company looking to the financing of the ccm pany this year to secure control of the tobacco held a sesiori thid afternoon and to night The committee appointed last March by the board of directors of the company composed of Archibald Stuart of Ginrmuati W C McChord of Springfield and Leonard Drane of Eminence with W BHawkins as chairman met witlr the delegates this afternoon and presented the plan but at the meeting tonight this plan was changed materiallyl by the convention and will not be accepted until President Haw kins has conferred with Mr Stuart who left for his home late this afternoon President Hawkins stated tonight that it was the object of the company to Issue one and a half millions of dollars worth of stock halt common and half preferred and allow every grower in the district to sub scribe for1000 worth ofthe preferred stock whichwould give the company sufficient capii talon which to secure good financial backin He said that every memberof the thirtyfive delegates present readily agreed to tbisplan and gave his per sonal7checkl for the amoantx tonightt and these delegates will begin at once to get the growers in their district to subscribe for the stock President Hawkins said it would be known by the 1st ot July whether or not the deal would be a success this year and that all contracts would Designed releasing the grower tlio 1st of November if the conTpany failed V HUJiu Tin Task It WES a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease as that ot b P Collier of Cherokee IatJ hut Electric Bitters did t He writes My kidneys were so far gone r could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful bahkacbe headache and depression In Electric Bittrrs Inwever 1 found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great 1opic medicine toa11 with weak kid neys liver or stomach Guar anteed by C J Haydon Pharmacist price 50c A Preacherr With a Record The Rev Martin Owens a Christian preacher of Rbckcastle county has reached the ripo old age ot eighty two years and now enjoys good health for his ae1 says the Somerset Journal He has been preach ing for fiftyfive years and during this time has received into the Christian church 2677 persons and has performed the marriage ceremony for 393 couples the first couple beingi married February 19 1850 He wishes to marry even morec upleat least to make the number 400Hrmembers when there was but one postoffice in Rpckcastle county this was at Mt Vernon and there was about a hatful of mallt delivered there by stage or horseback once a week Deafness Cannot te Corel by Iccal applications aa they conuot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to euro deafness and that is byconrtitutlonal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the hiiicous lining of the Eastachian Tube When this tube is inflamed have arumb Hug sound or imperfedt hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflamma Lion can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal cpnditioa bearing will be destroyed foreVer nine oases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothingbut an inflamed con diion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that capnot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circularsfree- F Jl CHKNBY Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Fight With Wild Cat J Wild cats were very numerous in the Howards Mill hills Afull grown wild Gift is about twice the length rrn large size house cat with large feet and long keen claws Nevitt knew where the den of a very large wild cat k I r T was Just before daylight one morning be went to this den it was rather a sink bole He placed himself in this den and then put all of his hounds put the trail ofthe wild cat 00I soon ruci thn wild cat iin and it landed right m hisi arms The dogs were a good ways behind and the cat came very near end ing his life it cut his race neck and bards all to pieces but finally in some way he managed to get his strong hand with pow erful grip around its necjc and choked it to death By the time the dogs came he vas very near deeding to death besides left many scars Ion hip face He went by Ihel name of Wildcat Neviit after thatJ H Ma lhoney in Bardstown Standard t DYin oTFainlDe f isinit torments like dying of consumption The progress of consumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption hi its first stage writes Win Myers of Cearfoss Mdf after trying different medicines and a good doctor iin vain I at last tookbr Kings Ness Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured ma Prompt relief and stire cure forr coughs colds pore throat- sbronchitiset7losi4vely prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Haydons Pharmacy price 50c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free Yerkes for theCa lnet The friends of Mr Yerkes con tinue to boost him for a better place A Washington telegram to the Lpuis 1I9 Times said In view of the very strong probability that Postmaster General Curtelyou will retire from the Cabinet to adept the Presidency of the Equitable Life Assurance Society the question of his suc cessor is the most interesting in connection with the pro pectiye Cabinet changes which will de velopwithin a few months But two names have been heaid in connection with the Postmaster Generalship those of John W Yerkes and Robert J Wynne Mr Yerke who has been Com missioner of Internal Revenue will have a strong backing for the position Ha has teen very clcse to the President for years and it is known that Mr Roose velt esteems him highly He has frequently taken occasion to say pleasant things of the big Ken tuckian who presides over the internal revenue bureau and friends of the latter think they see in the attitude of the Presi dent a manifest willingness to create Postmaster General Yer kes1 Mr Yerkes is one ot the most popular officials in Wash ington and numbers almost as many prty opponents among his frieLds as he Hoes Republicans though hIs Republicanism is never questioned Democrats believe he would make an admir able Postmaster General Smokin In a Powder Maazine courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting kid neydisorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued use Will cure the most oLstinate cases It has cured tnany peoplQ of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be Incurable if you Hayekidney or bladder trouble commence takintr Foleys Kidney Cure today before iti Is too late Ifor sale by The Red Cross Drug- Store V Teachers Questions A sensation was created at the examination of teachers for thet commpn schools of Hart county by the discovery thaa number of the teachers had in their possession a copy of all the questions which had been prepared by ttfe State Board of Education and sent out to the various superintendents of the State The law requires the superintendents to keep them sealed as they are sentto th tlfromthe officeafc Frankfort and open the envelope containing them in the presencn of the teachers assembled for the examination An investigation by County Superintendent Strange revealed the factt that they had been bought from a mnby the name of Wat son at Bowling Green for 30 a set Watson will ba arrested audia thorough investigation made Etown News jKodol BysDpIa Gliro Digests alt classes of food tones and strenjjthena the stomachand digestive organs Cures dysp psia indigestion stolnach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds woroout tie sues GOY GW Athinson of WVa says I hayo used a number of bpt ties of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be avery effective and indeed a PerfuheJl1edyfor stomach ailments I recommend it to my frendB Sold b7 all Druggists 4 w Post Office Roller UtpQniat Buffalo LaRue county was broken in tojTuesday night The robber or robbers effectedt an entrance by prizing opep the back door The post office is in the store and the robbers se cured from the effects of the Government 400 in money and stamps How much plunder was taken from the store isriot known There Is no clue as 16 who the robbers are but it is professionaJsthe officers of this city vrer telephoned for for btaod hounds but there were nonehere One was secured in Louisville and he was taken to Buffalo Wednesday night Etovn Ntws Qnalily MI Qpiit hard musclesandstrong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Oure your system gets all the nourishment out of allthe foooVyou eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This tuildsup and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indigestion dyspepsia belching sour stomach etc Sold by all Druggists gocpoooooooooo NORTH BENZJ0000000000000 OOOOQ OGOO O Before the mountains broke forth in singing and the trees clapped their hands and rejoiced all nations countries haye had their fads fakes and fakers Ages ago it was believed that a giant was stationed on the Canary Islands who brandished a club and warned all Vessels from proceeding westward of his island throne While in 1498 Vasco Dejatiasaw in the troubled sky a huge spector waiving to and fro and threatning to in gulf the voyager and even in these halcyon days we have ghosts hobgoblins and prbphefs Only last fall some one beheld the hand of an angel with a gol den pen write across the firm ament It is finished U While another saw the hand of fate write Farewell to the rain forever but Ihs sunstill shines the loyely rain descends and Gods promiso still bends oer us and 1 still balieve that hope iis retained in Pandoras box The latest fake on the largest scale lathe golden headed goggle eyed hair like cabbage snake which to tee conster ntaion of those who love this most eliciops vegetable has planted the seal of death on it but I have just finished setting a fine patch ofI cabbage and after the snake story is laid to rest and the little sheets have ceased circulatirigthel story I will ask Lilac to come and dine with me and let him ascertain whether the story nas not been exagerated As to ray trip up Salt river I hope Iwill never have the tima nor the opportunity tb make as I would almost as soon employ Charon to carry me oer the nverStyx With test wishesto the readers of theNEWSLEADER I will close and promise to come aoainI0 v EPDChaplin Ky t j The Louget Day Jupe 21 is the longest dny of the year the day vhcuthc sun roaches Its northern limit the tropic of Cancer At points on the line of the arctic cir cle there is thewonder of the midnight sun and many tourists go long dis tances to vituess the sight It Is singu lar how accurately the semibarbarous nations Avere able to observe and reck on Ou Salisbury plain In England may be seen a cromlech erected by the druids It Is a circle of huge stoic3 which once t0111oon temple but the most Interesting part otbe structure is the sacrflcial stone Which 1s a broad Oat slab so placed that tho rays ot the rising sun strike full upon It only on the 21st of Junes vfljeold gultle yrho shows the place to visitors tolls the story that a young girl once said to iiinj suppose you have seen It hun dreds of tithes havcnt you Stothachb flealthjr The ideal breeding place for disease germs is a weak stomach and digestivesTstem The food instead of being assimilated turns into sour slimy ferment ing mass causing gasses distress after eating bloating nausea and flatuency The poisonous jerms that are given are ivenof from this undiges ted food enter the blood and pimpe boils ana blotched gkiii is the Nervousness a 4 sleeplessness come more oftea from weakened digestioa than from any other cause lNo ordinary food digestive can HEvery thing NEW and up to dtte in the tSPECTACE13LINIv The BEST themarkeL aord in1h wy c1 s 11 l Op1IpTrialt t J lour method has always been to please our cutoflMfs Get OUR PRICES on i f 0 socrpiotiiJ Fil4lii i They Will SURPRISE you Dokt hesitate sy CY I Must fcjhow Me Im From Missouri CoflM ji the pleasure is our5 1 r fl M RUSELL2Th4k 4 slx44 1 Englands Ho Had Tree The heart of England is a sturdy member thatthidblj responsive to eVe ery call of duty That indeed is not common to England but Is a heritage of every lanLwberathe love of country Is deep in the breast of man But the real heart of England Its exact gap graphical centersis altogether another proposition So far from being occu pied by patriotic sentiment a tree ex actly fills tbe space It is called Round Tree and Is both a picturesque and dis tinguished growth Cold stone might mark the spot but this living mon ment which greens as the snow mel Is much more fitting This ancient ojak typifies the national strength and the associations attached to Jf thickly as leaves in midsummer make It a thing of affection and veneration fraluc Dice The following passage explains the various methods of cheating at dice in the Elizabethan era so well that ftranscribe it In full for the benefit of commentators on old plays etc says a correspondent of JjOndSn Notes and Queries What false dise use they as dIse stopped up with quicksilver and heares dJ3e of jrauntage flattes gourdes to chop and haunge whan they lyste to lette the trow dfse fall under the table and so take up the false and if they be true dlsei what shyfte will they make to set ye jne of them with slydlng with cogging with foysting with coytInge as they call ltAschams Toxophilus 1545 Dlirnt Have to Pay ReAt This is said to be how William Wal don Astor gave the order for the fine offices built for the Pair Mall Gazette Mr Astor was signing checks one morning and was Informed that ono of them was for office rent He laid down his pen and remarked Well I must pay taxes and other expenses but 1 need not pay rent If It pays an other man to erect a building and rent it to me then it will pay me wow turning to his right hand man make arrangements for new offices I dont want to hear anything more about it for a year And so the offices were built how It Wa ProMOHHoec Who was it who declared Jhat a Qcr man In despair at the difficulties tef English pronunciation saldthatyIJ write caoutchouc and read it gntta perchar He was not drivenJbiQuch desperation as one of his countryTDea whorgave up the study of the language on being told that the Mikado was pronounced Ja decided success Chk cage News Ill Ceurue Farmer CornrackMandy I got a letter fjfora our boy ayln he was get tin ready to take a preparatory session MandyA three months course I presume Farmer Cornrack No I think not He said somethin about a nine hole course twIce around New York Times Her Advice Yes Laura he said his heart was In my keeping Take my advice dear and tell him you are not running a storage ware aouse for damaged goods Cleveland Pftiin DenIer Hard te Get The Doctor Queer saying that about truth lying at the bottom ota well The nyyerYou wouldnt think ao If you knew the amount of pumping we lawyers sometimes have to do to get tttit f More Than En Rilled- MVd like to see yoUr mistress Ii ieingaged 4 Why sir shes married l eonmir ld for twenty yearjc r WHERE DISEASE GERMS BREED NoNeed to Fear Germs if the ft result if give lasting relief It IsmJbkK lutely necesLary iif one wisbs to be wel1touse Mion the pnly known refe dy that soothe and heals the mucous si4ibrane of the stomach and digesttve tract stimulates thfefolar pMJlWI and strengtheeI tfcii cerre irit the stomach Mi on iis a luaraat cur for all diseases of tb Moma- bexceptiSnoer l ctef tna fcyThsdOiosD- 4SiOrS with every pAtkfe HUiej sell agreeing to teffnd the money should the remedy not give perfect 3atlfacioQ sA 1 Iprt rtaul r savjcd througCti sUN Mi qesso- f i one of tt g Mte It asatt-a man with tkrM fr JrM 4Lii at one of the saM ta isI fnleteotmet lodge Jsk Jie found It iMgoajfrfe t ilneti jiitr HIskfrieds la atom on be backDt tile became black In the face D4tII to ef floor A avryeoa irw lbs tNntett hospital who kawmiW to W diateft i thccafe pushed his w rttwottgbih croivd He saw at owe tbat tbr 1 wat dying U1l tlwtif prootpt n urer were iwt takeii fet iroiiU q5jJy4SsucfqmfJ the wItJ ersiio briag MM a iail nfciyi IIiIda as i8 used in bottllac wise awMtiav witiout a momeats bittton took outfa sharp knife cst tbe Ainus threat removed the piece of mtut sb i waiter hawing ret r 4 tekVa sered the t1maelltl t eihimail was tben hastily oavr d to jtbf hospital where a Uvec tubs VM la served In the place eC tbe faaart aad a few bours tetec be WM sand out of danger 4 i TJae WJi eofti= JlA The d1 ot SrQIiM- extage driver from Jeba novel ScrMKbM1 113Bt iot make Mr Maor bow rick and ifriraa ef he cjily beaeaee iongi t workia i after fIttto rkfc at b trIes ter quit work MI aajTjr biSsIf by lookln at tlwittt Msy thujkih with Idste braia sttiifiu bls e1UIe ft 1ff a bbead be air a ffat rYe sot jwind sgla and 11IiIIUk tee m t guiph I T 31 put y tMi YM ar I Yor pJaciito Jilted by Perhaps yoo cmmnot get it Pardmer safcl 8cr aint no question bit a- pla er Mayor I tIIiI wftT1IetxealN sIfBright cheerfu4 Itopefut thesanta strode belief14i eWi own aWfl7 to dccpmplish the tbliic Ilfriejads that will hwwre success Sambitious person afcoaW Jearn aa r la life as podsibte la pick o ttt4friends and enesatea uCisccess attM may cases it wIfl be fouad ths4 t i greatest enemy J8kH within ls Mojjbld thoughts fee example ate I nit wr greater bladraneea to b es thai opposltlom from iIIerhealth BO beauty ao b rniouy mu ii success can exit iii the ateaapkaaai abnormal Melancholy iparbid Overcoaae tbe ieniies to seee la jrowself aM jm bare muck towai reachhif the goal fi al1uour44 wfL Prxy44i ad Meat k- r ceneiliGpresrYd steeping ft la KIM TW hoWeverC baa the vadwlrabk effect l extruetLa from the meat JMMB aab l1uttIUoM ittE ble sri4b r met barder and teas diteatibia jm other way of preaerriac it to hi aUt j kediet4tr the4 benseklcaily seated exeaptct poi4t Tbey are teu expeaad tall bore that oC boiling ifater tor svilhours thus Ofatrayiuc all tbe ezisti let and drlviac out all fee afar iattissd la tIMia DIe bfai il soldered ever if Y ay MId tl1m sthcsetkshiy asskd t t will llAmrlesRQssszI tf ft I iip IJ 1ICkIartka bef or tb l ot atIrr fNi aid Tnxurkms Jitrtere Tree tevfbt to kneel tbeir riIIeriI to Bfowai A J Gwjek vue la me a ba B IDa St PetecabjMra abowg a nw h f eetrsenvaay ago taaaaBa con1tI imuaaa Tba xMata aiu dayk Mo a4e4 from the MT cwijra ctteii to tile ntadars L1tir tlIew 1a sik c ot bto era certaW aCaaatoate rttera f w d vrem tbe beraa Wacko lltuie aaaietoaiee ad bad tbeJr bo tratft ta kaeetsu11 r Ik T liw r t4 Uk ppl r nee 1 yIPlbl kivAoatwbatli CM iM fiMiMlt Wd being dteooa MiMt bee Mi I totfi not have m w ou l 4t mlMd for I 4N ske fe aiD4nf1 fWoc aDd onlyw I ipbiIHg iok of beartag wbat Is laid upo- ntistawbat la gltea dol oos It Y- Witlt7 DtS Tie obist of the duel in said to be tbe bealteg f wounded honor To tijr to yra wo ad of the spirit orrtthn tbe iemper by a scratch on the skhi iav6r of bomeopathy but may iHr hap be jwtlfled by the wtrgkal irlO eljU of relieving tension ty iniU Vith lLetic8 JvuiDiII J 7I Tiy w I OOerdhco t 1 J 7order1t01JE1tT 3ARR I43 Awihor ofJennJe Jxier Ar J IJGtrnaI1r1 Etc u CefKftta Beat arrived with his d 1 rAr t Y e VnpT He camP at sun i M efwn te tie sotsh ppers found on him ncySeh r prisoner Wentworth la iippt tluu o4ith lam told It H J TT young excellency b IIeir eeine lie 01be set on an 1m eertee outward spat that night fceVe wM ttaBfeer of attack and 1 Scip UM there of deliberate purpose f Mt reluctant to go making u and jfcea anoter4 aylng 4 lIJaDd what i E more fa haR u ftttokatiog with inalig we had no direct proof 5stUa away from l I Rudby the chief of j1 this district On the J lft MitloQ he was watched arid jl t a M he eappoeed himself alone 1 ried hta poettputspurs to his fcIfiwe d r de straight across country aaifay BftlU 7wu rwwtd there i i if Ve5 ettency An unlooked fort Hereat lft ieel He rode out from the iH TiiMy e Vth hall fighting his way MaJI n4 against a bane ot Bud if bjrs jeftowefs Who were attacking Mm Mi JU late the arms of our men4who Were wafcchlBg for him TUe attacking i ii petty eeiB as they supposed an uiiv kjMirB force of rescuers turned and ftei Tie Bight watdark and the ac E cteat SI what took place Id contused L i httt Wcatworth was carried back to ilfstrled and condemned forde wile on duty and holding com tflNrlth the enemy Mi JWhat version did Went JMIP itveettbe affair n Maintained he was no traitor r tat Mi iGt give any explanation of his 1I zs tP1 duty lJipliiRudby had surrendered all reI5 l i tt MMw Owe armed with stares ly aiwi so Wentworth better equip t j i bcU his own against them t v What view did the court take of thta alTray i They thought It merely a feintto l v sp cerer j the retreat of a discovered taII fL elllght as I said was dl1k I ttcrt 7S so4 JBien being mounted could not t t tt s tt itly KnoWing the house r Wsi be yarched If Wentworth was ifr blie4su tplan of seeming enmity t t 1p i fIgaJJiMi hTiia was prepared beforehand ff r At CAM WIscovery c Hew old a man Is Rudby i iNriBcliftySt t What family has heV1- Htelt P4 two sons are supposed to be J r tI with the king at Oxford There Is one K m D 4kter at Rudby Hall r f Wt Hampli Is this the young DaD r whe fai said to be a son of the late i r s r acovBdrel Stratford1- Xf H excellency lm ttfoP w that very blood la hatred of the 5j MpIe contamely and nil arrogadcc j- At Hart be must be a royalist Apd Lik yeudyet Where was he brought I7 wpr itf Qa the estate of Sir John Warbur tGN dead these some years back War pifeIt adjoins the lands of Rudby t LhI Is ii 1t mother living Ljontf1clative Is a sister i WM eems themQstb1tter king h Uc In all the land 2 la there rJt chance the boy was 1it sa hU way to see his sister lif MIt was thought not She Juts been at liberty to visit him here and has dooe so on various oc aslons Has Weatworth ever beenxln ac Lsr tioar N Oh yes excellency amLbequIt51 t tedliimself bravely enough No hanging back no wavering In the face of the fber jif tXo excellency Humph Send Captain bent tor m iwith the papers When he Is gone I s wIsh you to bring me ajtrooper some d t silent man who can be depended upon an unerring marksman g When Captain Bent arrived ho band ed to the general the papers he bad taken from Armstrong Cromwell ex iii1 amined them wlthgreat nilnul the light of the candles th lLtthew IB a bunch eq the table Without cam z L i ment of any kind k Did your prisoner eslst at all or make any attempt at cscdpe- Xo7 general Tie made no protest their tJIIcnld England and Scotland wero jjat peace that lie therefore needed no passport that his arrest was illegal and that you would be the first to ad mit ns ujucliSHuraplu Was he thoroughly search I ed Are you sure he had nootheifpa pers than these Quite sure general t Very good Bring the man here If rthcdoor Is open come in with Him It CEbut wait until you are called71 When the captain left the room the colonel entered with his trooper vho bore a matchlock Cromwell dismissed Porlock then said to the trooper JfYotf will take your place in that gal lery and remain there making no Qt4C M1iIMl Keepyour curs shut and sour- Ve epea A man will be standing be tare me If I raise my hand thus you will Mioot4 him dead See that you Make BO mistake and I warn you to bet straight Gbr kVL CHAPTER XIII HEk Captain Bent entered W the gallerlcd room with his rteeeert h found Cromwell L Mated at the table his head lpMr 4 eWMmepjfwe manuscript wirMeii Iw waf bily writing The CS MHMi dii at kvBp for a fill jmln be bad iiIi1ad thV sciilencc aIgk tnf that he raid his w1fIe thaisr 4SwaM hMMvteWe I tantj pbdnJaueMJIid leave him unguarded sir Cromwell aaid nothing but a look of filial ferocity catoe into hU was no Trace ot resentment or auger in his tones tW111 you oblige me by closing that door which Captain Bent has stupidly lleft open You are nearer it than I Armstrong with a bow did what he was requested to do and returned to his place beside the table I fear I must begin with an apology A form of speech to which I am mine customed Yon have been stopped quite without just cause and I trust you have met with no inconvenience or harsh treatment In consequence With neither General Cromwell If I am not at fault In so addressing you I suspect that there are not two such men ns you in the army of the parlia ment Cromwcirpaid no heed to the compli ment if such was Intended but al stbough his voice was suave hIs keen eye searched the prisoner like an east wind The stoppage may indeed save you further annoyance If you intend to travel about the country for I will give you a pass likely to prevent such a mis take In future You are In the cattle trade I am told Yes general It is a commendable traffic with which I have no desire to interfere You know of no reason for tour arrest merit by my stupid captain- Truth to tell your honor and I know a very good reason for It Humph And what is that Some nights since as I was making fort the English line I stopped for re reshment at an inn where I hail been accustomed to halt in my ravels To my amazement I was refused admittance by a man who stood on guard We had a bit of a debate which ended in my overpowering him and forcing an entrance and which was more sur prised the dozen there gathered together or me with their sentry under my oxter it would be difficult to tell Swords were drawn and I might have conic badly out of the encounter had It not beinl that a friend of mine among the assemblage recognized mer suppose you wish to mention no names see no objection continued Armstrong lnn take it that the men were entlY1I their right gatherIng I contended they exceeded their right in trying to keep me out of a public house My friend was the Earl of Traqualr These gentlemen finding I was for England asked me to carry a message to the king but I explained that I hid rio wish to interfere in riiatters which did not concern me and they parted to meet again somewhere else There was a great splore about a gpy that es c ped and I have no tloUbt if he say iTe there and heard tile proposal made to me he might well have brought my name and description across the bor der At least that was the way I reaL soned It out with myself It is very like you are right Spies unfortunately seem to bex necessary when a country Is In a state of war Many unjustifiable acts are then com mitted including the arresting of nocent pica But 1 am anxious noth big shall be done that will give just cause of offense to ScoUn God fearing country and a frleiMf When such injustice happens as1 it has Hap pened in ypuf case I try to make amend How far south do you propose to travel I may go the length of Manchester or Birmingham The distance and the time will depend on the state of trade If you willl tell me places you intend to visit I will ijnclude them in the pass I shall now write for you That I cjannot say just at the mo wlierIneras far south as Manchester will meet your needs It win more than meet them gen eral said Armstrong with supreme indifferenceAs no message from Tra qualr to the king I can write Oxford on your permit as easily as Manchester Thank you general but Manchester will be far enough VI may say that we are strict about hose wlioni we allow to journey to and fro at he present time and if you should overstep the limit of this ddcu pent you jire liable to Investigation and delay And I may not be so near at hand oil th next occasion Iquite Understand and If I wished to go farther south I would have no hesitation in begging permission of your excellency but I doubt if I shall even see Manchester You will not be leaving Corbiton until the morning of course No general I know when I well housed amr 5Then as I have much to do I will make out your paper later and it will be banded to you in the morning Thank you general After giving some laconic Instruc tions touching the welfare of the north erner to Captain Bent who was hover ing uneasily in the outside hall Cromwell bidding his enforced guest a cordial farewell ordered Wentworth to be brought to him and retired onO more intO the dim council chamber With hands clasped behind him and head bent he strode slowly up nudt t down the long room in deep tion vanishing Into the glooul at the farther end and reappearing In tbejj limited circle of light that surr the two candles for the torches had long since smoked themselves out and there had been no replacement them none daring to cuter that room uusum moned while the leader was within It Tlie watcher in the gallery felt rather than saw that thch was an oiiilnous frowii on thlowerodi Jfaco as the commanderjwaiTea fortlSe second prisoner overwhoni hung sentence of death a Thlsfmle a clanking of chains jan lIfecdpanlca by two soldiers one on either side of kiln The young fcilowrwho shuih1ri to the table dragging his Irons east an anxious look ut the for bidding face of the man wbo was to be lila final Judge in whose word lay life or dcqih for him and lie fquud there little to comfort him Cromwc seated himself once more and said jgrnffly iJso + rake off those fetters When the command was compllWj the Jlndrcndlcr the frank open tace of Ids pp =Ycu are to be shot at daybreak to morrow he began Jn harsh tones that xlioeft dismally frOm the raftered cell ing I have examined the evidence and I find your condemnation Just I have never questioned the verdict general nor did I make appeal The shaggy brows came down over Cromwell eyes but his face cleared perceptibly You own the penalty right Sir it Is partly right and partly tfrong like most things In tbIsworld It Is right td punish me for deserting my post It Is wrong to brand me a traitor Ah you have found yovu voice at last and there is some courage behind it Desertion Is an unpardonable crime The point I press upon you Is this Your life is forfeit yet although your fault Is unpardonable I do not say it cannot be compensated for Even my enemies admit I am an honest trader I will bargain with you for your lIteYou shall buy it of me and I shall pay the price even though I do not forgive the crime We will first If you please clear up tire charge of treachery You were visiting your own home that night and as it Is on the farther side of Rudby Hall your accuser naturally thought you had a rendezvous there No general it was my Intention to have visited Rudby Hall The residence of that foul malig taint Lord Rudby so called Yes but not to see his lordship who Is my enemy personal as well as po litical You are truthful and it plpases me Why did you make a foolish mystery of your excursions I take the case to stand thus Yourgrandfather and Rudby were neighbors and possibly friends You were and are In love with my lords daughter but since you belong to the cause ofth people this oppressor or the people jvill have naught of you You haverisked your life Jo see the girl who is doubtless aa silly as the resfof her class as you will discover If I let you live Stands the case not thus In a measure sir it does saving any reflection on the ladywiio Surely surely I know what you n cii1 sjv for wo on co v nirn nn l 3 ccflecs = rj irc question 1- 3Ilf Iou will risk your life for her will do what I ask of you to earn the and your life or will you refuse and let her go to another Sir I will do anything for her Then barken well There was hero before me where you now stand some moments since the most plausible liar In the kingdom He told me truths tvhlch on the surface appeared to be treachery to his friend but which lie was well aware I already knew This was to baffle me into believing him He rides to Oxford to see the king and in that I am willing tto aid him lie may tell the king what pleases him antI those who send him Little good will itt do any of them In return the king Is to give him n commission to be hand ed to certain lords in Scotland If that commission crosses the border we are like to have a blaze to the north of us which I do not wish to see kindled un til a year from now Then by God then by Gods will I shall be ready fox them We shall defeat the Scots in nuytoase but if this commission reaches thest malcontents wo cannot have the pJeaturelnimipbwO shall bepreci d ett fronHhe duty of beheading the ringleaders without bringing on ourselves the contumely of Europe Without the kings commission they arc but broil ers marauders With this commission they will set up time claim that they are belligerents The commission must be intercepted at all costs It will be your task to frustrate the intentions of the king anti his Scottish nobles But the task Is more complicated than yet appears tblstcarrierjone with a swords point the whole nation howls This then must be done quietly so that we bring no swarm about our ears William Armstrong is the messengers name and he has powerful supporters In his own coun try He was stopped as soon as he crossed the border yesterday and brought here He pretends to be an In nocent Trader in cattle and will likely keep up that pretense I have app nrcd to believe all he says and he leaves this house tomorrow morning with a pass from my humid giving him permission to travel as far south as Manchester which was nil he asked I would wiigly have given him safe conduct to Oxford but he j11g too crafty to accept such n thing He thinks he can make his way south from Manchester As a matter of fact he cannot but I wish to make the way easy fomiinm fOl cOurse I could give a gericral or der that he was not to be molested but there are reasons against this as we have doubtless spies in our own ranks and a general order would excite 1urbdlt tpc use J lets oecause raze ui s swito m ms per mits territory will endeavor to go sum reptitiously to Oxford and by unfrequented routes It will be your duty to become acquainted with Armstrong and win his confidence You will a s company him to Oxford and return with him You will be prbtected by a pass so broad that it will cover ay diszulse eltnerof you mny care to ut lump It Is such a pass tfs I have net er IssuM before and am not like to iIs sue again so I need not warn you to guard it carefully and use it only when necessary It reads thus Here the speaker took up a sheet of paper ou which he had been writing and holding It so that the light from the caudles fell upon It read aloud Pass the bearer and one other without question or Interference from Carlisle to Oxford and return The Journey south wlu give iou the opportunity to become ac 1tnt d with your man onrtbe northward march you must become possessed of what he carries and wLjeri you bring It to me you receive In Its stead pardon and promotion If you do not succeed be tore you reach Carlisle then I must crush him possibly kill him as a spy Will you undertake IU TIs an ungracious office you would bestow upon me sir I had rather meet him in fair fight and slay him or have him slay me as God willed There spaks youth cried Crom well Impatiently This man 4s a treacherous lying spy whose life by all the rules of war is already forfeit I propose to discomfit him with his own weapons Nay more I willingly save him from the destruction he mer- It You are set to do him the great est service one man can offer another If you taU hedlesIf you succeed he has probably a longife before him yourInrgum IA gleam of pleasure lit the xuggedS facO5ofthe general for he W tered to believe his prowess in ontro versy was no less potent than his gen us In war Ills voice softened percep tibly as he onUnuedIYnu save your country anti at time same time save your countrys enemy What excuse will von eke to Arm- Btrons ton your desire to visit Ox iford 4 My friend time son of Lord Rudby Is there Although we are on opposite sides he bus none of the bitterness against me shown by his father I will say I wish to confer with him That will serve Now this pass Is for two and you can offer to Armstrong safe conduct under your guid ance giving what plea you choose for the absence of the man wiho was to accompany you and who It may be was supposed to have procured this pass from me- Cromwell folded the pass and handed It to young Wentwortb Go This paper is your safeguard I shall give the order that you are to be jvell mounted and provided with money Send Captain Bent to me as you pass out Once more alone Cromwell wrote the pass for Armstrong giving him permission to travel between Carlisle and Manchester When he had Bnlsh ed writing Captain Bent was standing beside the table and to him he de livered the paper You will give that to your late prisoner he said He is to depart tomorrow morning not before 8 oclock and Is to travel unmolested You have accomplished your duties well captain and your services shall not be forgotten The sljent but gratified captain left the room with straighter shoulders than bad marked his previous exit His chief looked up at the dark gallery and called out Come down and report yourself to the officer of tIme night For nearly ten minutes Cromwell sat at the table in silence save for the busy scratching of his pen Then he rose wearily with a deep sigh his marked fatfe seemingly years older than whoa he had entered the roqmv Once outside he gave Colonel Porlock the papers he had written anti said The finding of the court martial is approved but the sentence is suspended It is possible that Wentworth may render such service to the state as will annul the sentence against biui You will give him every assistance he ro rqulrcs of you and the amoiint of mon ey set down In this order Bring out my horse When the animal was brought to the lawn the general mounted with emu difficulty more like an old man than a leader of cavalry The two silent horSemen behind him lie disappeared puce more into the night as hohnd come 4 CHAPTER XIV oclock of n summers morn NINE in rural England itanof delight if the weatlfer be fine The birds sing wl ejh cr there bc war or peace in the laud the trees and hedgerows and Ute jfow ers snake a path to fairyland of the narrow lanes but the man who trusts ta lliQ so windlrur thoroughfares unless i he know the country wen is liKe cu find himself llu an enchanted maze und Armstrong stopping his horse at an Intersection standing in his stirrups the better to view the landscape wrin kled his brow in perplexity The sound of galloping hoof beats to the rear caused him to sink Into his saddle once more and wait patiently until he was overtaken As his out look had shown him the woods sur rounding the mansion he had left an hour before in an entirely unexpected direction awl at a distance not at all proportionate to the time he had spent on bsetnck the thought occurred to him that his late detainers had hang ed their minds regarding his liberation and were pursuing him but h6 was fortified by the knowledge that he possessed n permit written by Cromwells own hand which no one In that part of England would d re to disregard If the oucomer should prove to be a pri tate marauder of which time country doubtless had many the horseman reposed a calm confidence In his own blade that gave sufficient repose to his manner He turned his horso across ttime lane completely barring the way and with knuckles resting onihis hip awaited whatever might ensue The hastening rider came round a corner curbing his animal down to a walk on seeing the path blocked The two horses neighed a greetl g to each other Armstrong was pleased to note that the stranger was a youth with a face as frank and beaming as the day a facetb which his friendly heart went out at once with sympathy for it seemed glorified by the indrhing light as If he were n lover sure of a warm greeting from his lass which was in deed the hope that animated the boy Arriving as near the impeding horseman ns he seemed to think safe became to a stand and with a salutation of the hand made inquiry Do you stop me slrr This question carried neither chal lenge nor Imputation for the tluies be lag troubled no man could be certain that he met a friend on the highway until some declaration was forthcom- Ing Only so far as to beg of you some solution of the enigma of these roads I am desirous of traveling Southward and seek a main highway which I am grievously puzzled to findIr The other laughed chcerljy You could not have chanced o n bettOr guide for I was brought up some miles from this spot although at the moment I am myself on a southern journey We turn hereto the right but we have far to go before we reach the highway The more lucky am I then thatyou ha veoyertakcnme Twould need a wizard to unravel this tangled skein of green passages Indeed cried the youths with n lightsome laugh flve often lost myself in their entanglements and what Is more lasting I lost my heart as well There is one thlngyoa have not lost and that Is time You are Just youiiR enough for such nonsense as the latter loslngl am older than you and have lost my way before now ns you may well bear witness but I have kept my head clear Mil my heart whole TIs nothing to boast said tint boy with an 0lr of experience simply means that you have not yet met the right wonian When yet meet her you will be In as great a daze as that In which I found you at the orossroads I hope to get a glimpse of my fair one before r ride farther toward Oxford Toward Oxford cried Armstrong instinctively reining up his horse in his surprise Are you then making for Oxford Yes I have been expecting a friend to come with me but he Is delayed T suspect at Carlisle so I nust get on as best I can without him I travel to Manchester said Arm strong more noncommittal than tile other appeared to beIThen I shall be happyito bear you company if It so pleases yOu until wo come to thii parting bf our ways that Is if you are notln haste and cap whit until I have n word witijmy llass lu whose direction we are now tending She is the most winsome little lady lu all the countryside the only daughter of Lord Rudby who Is Lord Rudby echoed Armstrong You thy high my yoiihg sir Why should I not Although she Is the sweetest angel that ever visited this glad earth she makes no descent when she joins her hand to mine I am Thomas Wentworth eldest son to the late Earl of StraTford They had been traveling knee to knee In the narrow way but Armstrong pulled up and looked at his companion In amazement Do you menu the minister to th king of England Yes There wasno otHer Thou you are perhaps about to ylsit Chark itt Oxford Ah I have already told you more than waswlse on so short an acquaint ance said Wentworth trying another tnck You yourself gjtve me n lesson In rctlcciuc a moment since and you have not been so garrulous cSticernlng yourself as I I do not even know your name 1QldScotlnnllswords ore better than one I shall be most glad to travel In your company I may say however that I hold a pass from Cromwell himself so It you fire a kings nfan you may not wish to be ray companion I am myself abroad through Crom welld permission answered Wentworth Jauntily and Ill venture my pass is broader as well as longer than yours TIs sometime well to hove a friend In time andmy IfrpmIm boasting Wentworth handed the document to Sot wl o read nail returned It Mine Is but a limited permit corn pared with this Where do you expect to encounter your comrade I fear there Is little cliance of see ing him until I roach Oxford It Indeed I find him there I suspect lie Is det- aIned at Carlisle However I travel on my own business and he on hfs so It makes little difference to save tho lack of companionship You en fa Oxford alone thOu Jrtvt the way wJleil you i nope l tll1t1r11 of waJtliiJT nnil so sot o- utCONVNUE Those who are firalnlnfir flesh and otrensth by regular treat montwithS jEmuklonjIn hot woathorj smallor dose- j and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection I whlbh is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heated- i season Send M free lIe JSCOTT n VNE Chemists 4094S Street New York jc pnd fi co dl dra guti r- = c xr Address J HN SEBASTIAN PlUS Trifi Mgr RoCk Island System- CHICAGO i aione mis uiprnin tievworiji rwtn iiic main road and taking these lanes the better to approach Iludby Hall wlthbut undue publicity I see said Armstrong thoughtful ly Then as ho fell Into ftjmedltation there wits silence between them for some time The theme of Ills reflection was the accomplishment of thh thsk which lay before him Here seemed a heaven sent opportunity to win peacefully to Oxford nail perhaps to return as far north as Carlisle ArurStrojiff remembered that hick had often stood his friend anti Itlte present encounter oo1td like anotlier jl1urIneManchester thieve to be guided by iijip cumstanccs Up to that poiut he Cod ask for no favor for lie had his dwn permit to lean upon If tfib lad proved a true cpinpaniou lie mtUt then Den ture to propose thrtt tlieiislioufd Ifcap together under protection of tle iim ffor two J Do you move on to Oxford At once when you have seen this young ladjV asked Armstrong breaking iCIen at nit T Yes and am willing to ride as hard as you like if you are pressed Ifor time jr lOb Im in no hurry Hes a churl who would nut wait while a lover thud his lust vhispcrcd and I shall do auglit that I can to forward yo rjad- venture If there Is iiny obstacle I thank you but there IS HkeV to be no obstacle at this tithe of the day I hope to hoe the good fojrtune to bad her walking in time gardenl This wdtiltl simplify my quest Are you forbidden the house then In amcasuro I am I have my cne mica Within sthp walls but my good fiends also If I get a word with one of the latter difficulties will dissolve Here tthe youth reined In his horse and sat for a moment anxiously scanning the landscape A belt ot tall trees bordered tljc lanc with thick under growth that secaied Impenetrable to sight or movcmcutl Oer the tops of the hushes and botwccri the trunks of the trees Armstrong gathered glimpses of a large mansion In tile distahccr ex tensive groups of chimneys being the most noticeable feature Nearer was seen a carpet of green lawn and lyopd the dappled glitter of the sunlight on a lake Will you hold my horse asked the youth almost in a whisper I must recOnnoiter slonrUYlennlnsteed he held tether He loved nil animals esp dnUy horseS and they reciprocated hli affection Suddenly the silence was shattered by a cry hoarse with rage have been watching your op prqach perjured scoundrel You shall not escape me this time Sir sir I besKKfch ouu came the cntrcatlnff tones of Wontworth uI cax not Wear arms against you Listen but a moment sir DraWfc yOn dog or die the death of one Sir I Implore jou I cannot draw with you opposed Sir let me say a word Ohr There was one clash of stcolvthcri a brief cry of pain and nov Kllencc ngalif all so quickly amnupllsLctl ilwtC first worth Hill lust were uttered in ho time during whUh Armstiv g leaped from saddle to crrji Ilei fJciirclied r hurriedly for the leafy tuunkf through j wblcn Vcntworth had passtftl7 limit before he found It the lad staggered Intott sight agaiir his left hand grasping his breast his right dragging the sword his fuc vale as chalk i ulie has killed mc he gasped Nonsense You would not 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BardtonIB25pmV t VV JAMES A cox 4gerit for mm UVEIN LAUNDRY 4 J Basket leaves Monday night n retQrns Friday night Hrstclass work guaranteed Vicar4 For Action Wli iI th body iis cleare3 ror L t a twp bj Kings Naw Life Pills you cafe tell itbVtbe bloom of Nji brightyifeflefhiad muscles the buoy Mey btVthe mind Tay them AtO J Haydonij drug store J 25 cfll7V IV i ir l JaKei LipV O my place the day after the k electioa last November an old 1JflV owner can have pIaLIe bX paying for its keep and advertisementPf REED VriaL1ii1ayfTa Tab i jAft rtgg1ti rcfud the m mtji Lit KfaiM to car t W troy- elI1IsLIIQcacbboz 25c- VVV rVVT iiilj iS HHNH ifWH o f If TOWN Local The Freshest and rtltl A1IAutYourse1f Friends TflDJPv Ir IL siidAcquaintincesII u I III 1Salt RiSing bread at Jno C Bice 5 cents a poudat Jno 0 Shaded BgRNTo t the wife of James Hagana 10 pound boy Wantedhams shoulders side meat at Jno C Shaders Remember Carpenter the butcher kills only the very best beevesV Jno C ShaderTry for groceries Every thing nice and freshV When you visit the cemetery Springfield noti e the White Steel Gate fyi want the best buy Old Honesty coffee Jno G Shader sole agent Fresh caught fish every Fri day and Saturdayat Carpenters butcher shop Pure country sorghum mo lasses and apple vinegar at Jno C Shaders Canned grated pine apple and other choice canned goods at McElroy Bros Readytqwear Blats at 50c on sale Saturday at the Knott Mull nery Co s store Judgelke Thurman said Here Yates is 25 the White Steel Gate is all right weariwer Millinery Cbs store Screen doors all sizes and screens to fit any window At Leachmans furniture store If you want a nice country ham remember I have iitf any size any price C W Hagan John Goode says Dont come in contact with Yates unless you ant a WhiteStee1Gate t c Neatly trimmed stylish hats4n colors and black and white at 150 to 3at Miss Inotts If you want your rife to wear a smile keep her outof the mud Buy her k White Steel Gate Just opened Another barrel of those aelightf Heinzs sweet pickles at McElroy Bros grocery Try a box of Oriole shredded cocanuVIt makes good pies For sale at McElroy Bros gro ceryV CarpenterlJIleat steak or roast sent out fresh from the ice xVIf any time you want some thing good to eat can or phone me and it will be sent to you at once C W Hagan See Chas Brady about the White Steel Gate He is remov ing ai Miller Patent to put in a second White SteelV Fresh fruits and vegetables received daily at McElroy Bros grocery The very best the market affords at all times I Now iis the time to sell your baconand hams Remember I pay the highest market price cash VjfC W Hagan Mrs Sallie Fitzgerald Mont gomery remainS in a very critical condition and her family are very apprehensive as to her recovary When you have anything to sell and dont want to trade it up remember I pay cash More money than goods C W Hagan 1 hildrens hats in all shapes anUat prices that will make them sell rapidly Cone and see them at the Knott Millinery Co s store Mr Yates put up 77 White Steel Gates in Marion county last fall on trial and did not have even one of them to take down As you pass by stop and get one of those bottles of Fehrs Malt out of the ice box If you get one you will want them all C W Hasan The summer season is on and it is hard to keep butter nice but you know I am the ice man and always have it firm and fcice Cf Wl Hagan The ladies of the Presbyterian church Were yell successful with their strawberry social laet Sat urday realizing 52 The pro ceeds will be applied towardI paying for painting the manse Testing the worth of an arii cle before ever promising to pay for it is proof of its worth That is the plan of selling the White Sfuel Gate Don the bothered with fflies1 this summer but go Leachman the furnitureman and get some screen doors and windows He has the best Mrs Wilson Green takes down two Brafford Gates toV put up White Steel Gates Robt Lank ford on adjoining farm also puts in two jiThe ladies of the Willisburg Christian church will give an ice cream and strawberry supper at that place on next Saturday night June 3 Everybody is invited toattendV Morrison ONan and Will Co canougher each says I bought aWbite Steel Gate six months ago and I like it so well I am now buying anotherV Aunt Sallys Salt rising bread has madea hit with the house keepers of Springfield Try a lloaf and be convinced as to its excellency Fr salel exclusively by McElroy Bros Mr Yates the White Steel Gate lan passe through town Saturday and reported 22 orders taken during the week for gates Uur farmers know a good thing when they see itVLOSTLog chain ori road Friday May 26 btween Sidney Greens house and E S Mayes Jr s gate Who ever picked it up will return it H E THoMPSoN- WANTEDAt well known party to act as agent for the best knoWnand best selling line of Automobiles in the world A liberal discount offered Ad dress W B LV 561 Third St Louisville Ky We are requested by a memI ber of the grand jury to notify parties who are irthe habit of feeding stock alonthe public highway that suclf action is an offense against the law and that if persisted in the person so offending will be indicted and prosecuted The suits of the Commonwealth against the three banks in this county for alleged noncompli ance with the corporation laws of the State were dismissed by the court as they were called this weekV Very little business has been disposed of in court since our last issue Nothing of any con sequence has been done this week and last week only a few misdemeanor cases were tried and disposed of The standing jury was dismissed on yesterday and the grand jury adjourned after finding 31 indictments for various offensesV Services at the Methodist church on next Sunday morning will egin at 1030 a m Subject Baptism in the Dispensation of the Law Evening service begins at 8 p m Subject Bap tisin in the Gospel Dispensation These subjects are announced not only for the benefit of any who may be interested but also to protect all who are not inter ested J C Hoskinson P C The Springfield Graded School base ball nine went to Bardstowi achoo1Iresulted in an overwhelming rictory for the Springfield boys the score being 28 to nothing in favor of Springfield The boys remained over to the school reception and wore well enter tamed A case for the possession of a boy about 10 years old was tried in the circuit court yesterday Mrs Hargan Owensboro came to get possession of her son whO had been cared for since a child four years old by Mr O M Drury and wifeNMr Drury attempted to hold the boy claiming a verbal ntractwiththe 1oth r- lbywas years age After hearing the evidence on both sides Judge Thurman de cided that no contract had been proven and gave tile boy to his motherV The closing exercises of the Springfield Graded School which were held at tlOpera House on last Wednesday evening attrac ted a large crowd and the pro gram was enjoyed by all The musical seleCtions by the pupils of Miss Settle Irvines class formed a particularly enjoyable feature of the evenings enter tainmen and the declamations and rrecitations were all good The girls prize in the declama tory contest was won by Miss Dorothy McElroy while Mr Will Waters received the prize for the best declamation among the young men cOntestants Love at first SighttA wedding occurred at the home of Mr James Drury on Tuesday morning which had a tinge of romance of rather an unusual order connected with it It was evidently case of love at first sight and although both of the contracting parties are lack ing in youthfulness so far as ac tualy ears count they are evident ly possessed to a marked degree of all the romance and impetuosity usually credited to tile younger generation The groom is Mr John Y Young of Pike county Ind aged 6B years while his bride was Mrs Mary Ross who has seen 52 summers Mrs Ross had been making her home with the family of Mr Drury in the Jensonton neigh borhood for some time and fitmpt her future husband only ten days before the wedding Mr Young who was born and reared in this county moved with his fa hily to Indiana forty years ago where he has since made his home Last August his first wife died arid haying no children at home the lifeof the old man was evidently a lonely one What was more natural then when on the occasion of his visit to his old friend James i Drury that he should recognize iin the person of Mrs Ross a fitting companion for his declining years His regard being evidently reciprocated no time was lost in arranging the wed ding The happy pair will probably go back to Indiana to make their hbmeV Real This A little red pig weighing about 20 pounds left my place on Tues day May 23rd If any one can tell me its whereabouts I will be very glad and pay for their troubleDA WEST LETTER LIST Remaioin uaclaimed in the Springfield postoffice for week ending May 31 1905 Rev C W Clance GOottoni- EermanFoster John T Harris E G Hewitt Mrs Hendricks McGregor Bros Co i C San ders Jim Williamson Persons caning lortnese letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M oooo SSVV- 1When You Feel U I AllV4 VTake VIM AL T It isNatures cure for 5 cc s that tired feeling When you are run down and feel mor 4 5 SS bid and discouraged you need something ijo revive your 5 cc ssenegy and courage Get a bottle ot UU 1lIMAL4 Take part of it when you go to bed and the restin tnei 5 4 55V morning You will feel its beneficial effects immediately It will put new life into you because it is Natures health 5 food Get a dozen bottles take at least one a day and 5 4 5 you will be restarted to your old self again JNRUGSTOREjj VV VVVVV 4 Remember EightyNineI OUR PHONE NUMrV you have a drug store need f are unable to come to our store 1telephone usiaYid we will de it promptly We will send to home for prescriptions and de tthe medicine after it is com it the habit of rememberine i89 whenever you have occa to think of Drugs An emerV may arise when our service willV i the utmost value to you I iptions a Specialty I ss Drug sbrireff PRICE W WELLS Owner t fmEEEE U LEO HAYDON JOHN SEARCY jty 2 Carriage Con I JOB GUARANTEED r work pleases you tell td Friends if not tell us satisfaction means our m I AnyGoIor W tj S FROM 6 UP I 4i B LAMBERT Manager B Il1IIEERRHE1i today in of Maple and T C jtjjjjjjS Campbell Sunday i last Sunday Thurman is I H Thur and sJ are at has gone C to re Gregory Lexington is and wife Mr Walter of Leb triends and ofAddison guest of of Wood Miss 3llen and of visited Pleasant the Russell days of and Miss friends at of Samuels Croake and daugh Miss has finished Hill and Mrs S Hj Mr Anderson Robert Misses Van ot VoUg i idelightfu John Shuck F08 raJ1d Wtilc at Miss Margie Graham who has been attending Potter aol lege Bowling Green returned home lost Wednesday eveningV Mr James Thompson who has ben at Dr McCtiordsjQln firmary several weeks has re turned home much improved in health Mr J V Spalding who has had a position with B D Lake in the cigar business has gone to Louisville to work at cigar making Mr Barber Baldwin of this place was operated on at LoUis yule on last Friday for ap pendicitis and is now getting on nIcelyVMr Hood Cunningham en tertained about sixty of his friends last Fdday evening at his home A delightful time 1 was enjoyed by allV Mr Robert Getty of Cincin nati has been interviewing the merchants here for the last few days He is now at Tatham Springs for a short stayV Miss Sadie Mayes entertained a few girl friends Monday even ing to meet her friend Miss Lewis and in honor of Misses Elise Durrett and Mary Julia MuiriiMrs M W Hyatt will tain with a dinner party at 6j oclock tomorrow evening in honor of Misses Elise Durrett Mary Julia M uiJand Elnora Lewis Mrs Lay who has been Under medical treatment of Drs RoBards and Hyatt for chronic heart disease returned to her home at Cornishville last Thurs day Mr Charles McChord of 0 Lebanon with his college friends who are visiting him Messrs Moss of Arkansas and Mr i Davis visited friends here Sat urday Mrs T DV Wells enter ained at 6 oclock dinner in honor df her visitor Miss Muir and NIsI Sadie Mayes visitor Miss Lewis Those who enjoyed her hospitality were Misses Elnora Lewis Mary Muir Elise Durrett and Sadie Maye Messrs Ormsby Wharton Will Jl er1 and W D Claybrooke Mrs Charlotte Visspending the week with Nraj Elizabeth Janet at Valley Hill Mrs Jane eaterUioeA with r a spend dy Monday m honor of Mrs Vwterv TMsday Mrs FW Martin eotertifced an m ftojVi w J ntboth plCt8br ttx Irr t i Qcooooo J Specki S4If jiV4FdYVVjSV tWd- YAndMoIdY3 i OFs 2 VS Y tI 1o Ladies lls1iu llderwrir f Jr dcGowus witb ticked yoke and hemstitchjed raffcfte i1ilSjJcollar and cuff worth 65c sale price s450 j t Ft t t embroMyjpjjJ4 i N qualitytucks tI pnqe 5ic i Gowns beautifully trlmmed and made well wortBlt go in this sale at The r f tgSkirts L If tVa 65cvalue saleprice 45c i j t B J Skits beautifully trimmed with llace aid ittcklch I iJ at f1 you can buy at this sale for 75c 9C Skirts from 125 tq 4 all atrecluced VtlVSDrawers from 18c pair up r Corset Covers at bost v V Black Mercerized Petticoat worth 125 special prScx Z tfor this sale 98c Summercorsets at speci4prioeo 7 t L00ROBERTSON BROS L JllJi t VUfJA 4 t f jjtt II ii Ijw Ai k IIHats fcir Mt ti1 1 WcbayieVplete lineViof tbef fctMt Vahathen Bciksi the t t Ihave olebratcdSwmnbnuxi a new line fII 01 A1s g Panama OUVt1hgV fCaf I Prices to SUltA111 Itt IL In yt L 3See our new and fresh line of Shirts wtoica r J includes the Monarch negligee the Famous tbt I best 50 cent Shirt on the market We call especial attention to our nc of Isummer Underwear f rlen fie hvCVtthe I quality and the assortment +j VjVVSV1 VVV rri It jV Hyoriare contemplating a trip lthis Smiiiiitr 1 IfII lllet us sell you ODeof our newset dreM suit caac- iiQrundy i Glaybrooke McIntIr4 Ii THE DOUBLE STORE Jj4V MI M- n III IJ U t t PeoplesI Deposit iBank t 1 f PRiNPIL KYV III RANIZ5 PLR150V J cp1ta5eOHJ 7 r Surplus and Pwrants s 2SSI 7J t OFFICERS Geo P Uob rtaon PrMidemt I K Tkurai V VchISdent JA Boulw rc Cashier JQJMU M MCiid JSAssistant Cashier BC Lee Bol KeeperV j DIRECTORS GepD Robertson IH Tkuras tw 3u r araeii t Ji f Bardon1 W Satterly T M Eafod VfPatrons enjoy every privilege uiu flj ejcte 44 liy relkMe ai4 well equipped Banks Prospective depositor are UviteJi teNrfklTW call in person k VS Joo iiTbe SpringfieldHeat f atrt r 1 T COX CO cropr is the plc ipbuyoniy the be aItSIO 1ri II rrlt fresk and u14 t I FISH AND OYSTERS IH SEAM IiIOhWISICLrFVdurngher wLkrp IItand our crsVwill bsUedin quaniy t = E msrkei 1Iibs4bMehbsef es 8llow lood We 1 theVutsrkel for fstbeeye Fcox4coIS SPNGPID LYIP 4r7 r I r ROW CcORXS CUT L 4 r- ARE Hf- pUAQLEARKUIQ NOo BOTTLE STOPPERS guiuIuai X l bt SisaPe I t 1hve a1 Tpe Ike R1Hi f4 f 1 r FT the TreerTfce Way UtflMee j Opk as jwpft per dos know is the v fcufc 0 an erercreeaqaktreo M grows In l1ala Portugal Al t Mfroeeo and to some extent in n nrn Mat nonfw tnl JPfCJIItr t S fr 4t1 JIbt8stH its compressibility fl t i it valuable foe scores of puir t Htlta drl inal use in the man vftctwe of corks or stoppers for bot f tks still consume the greater part of is roufht to market t fjIe ckk Oak varies lu diameterI trill six lackfes to three J I NW fMTisfc o nature the tree te jMriottieaUy stripped of Its I SSr bark witbevt losing its life VTyifeAty years is the usual age at i MiiitlLi flrst cattlag Is made After that ftfcsf cork ar be harvested about f r is jfaw The irst cut wl11Pt1I 5S a casts rfcrftm beritilot little M It Is Marst in 1 xtve and deeplyl 9 isssusMd Ns tree nay be expected to I aad jWd cork until it 150 years t rr1fJ JI bi au other Earopean ffi 00Itr1Iby Band i7 BMVb i i Mrsa from fttsquare MkIr iiMSsin knife UptWs jaiMAry wliere nge ntaie the Jnest rtr1a Hie worid tbe work te Ame by iiaehtinry allot which to of Anterlcaa htrMtiosi and manufacture Every boy wW hM crer whittled a cork for a fhvhiaff hob or a pof guh pellet knows 4 1Nw dUsk tthei material is to cut J stis4wthly To doi it well his knife must rt JN ns sharp as a razor and must be 1i vd wtth a drawing motion sot a ar frwsnre and if the cork be wet iJ t N dusk the better The same difflcul t t ilM ispfrint e minnf acturer by ma shfcnsry and are met la the same way 4tt The bark after having been wet and Iallo to remain for a time In IMBP cellars to softeti goes first to the sfcthiilig n chhtes which reduce- JC te Uahf 9t a use proportionate to h corks to be made These machhies N nMrely sfeall Iron tables through J yhfah appeal very thIn steel disks NBH csrcvhir saws except that they 4I tltJst ttett They are really keen essjad ftocl knives as t11as paper i rWHshMT at a kigk rate of speed Wb sat they eem to the JHetater t be standing still 3W ttttk stebc UK scrips of cork go xt ti the JttMsMOtTIle Caters SIqdc steel punches or aat edges They are ar j4v 1a s w gangs and In tt a4sd e hchsff stopiy pressed through also revolving at high 4ruraNJ cut their way through stavh jr perforated the slab the cut tien httck away automatically while t pfcM0sr like pistons working hi the eysts ese forward and puB out Mte1 which for some purposes are jahfMdy toisbed corks t 4TheT are ef course perfectly cylia 4rt alh t te without taperand In that fortt they are preferred by bot cu etTervescedt liquids because thek aMH e aabfc8 them the better to- Y resist the preMtfre of the restrained 55 Rt tK 11M ot druggists who ae th greatf ers of corks and need tho fT ry Mist a tapering stopper Js pre mot mpd tics neceMltates another tperatiefit The taperhig machines are xttfc nMwthr by young women Each ntachtee consists of a little lather t1a6cIi cepters the cylindrical cork au p isoMtically andihen brings It Into con- wItH edge of the cutting knife twhkh like the cutter of the slicing r BMtdda k a very thin steel disk As s4p the cork to ches this knife a thin U ahkvins rises and curls away like as a psfof1dke 5 Oae who knoWs nothing Of the rnaj cWos9eewkl s e no reason for It but 4UrB the second that the cork has beet Jia contact with the apparently t XM4k leB8 dkk some dozen yards of lyifHTt razor edged steel have been at week awl the cork Is now a perfect trwcatsd etie with a line satinlike f snrf ice and an even and regular taper n By hand a very rapld and skillful cut tic can turn out twelve or fourteen gross in a day With these machines 5ea girl will preduce 420 gross TheM are few hulncsses In which jthe quantity of waste material Is so large as in the manufacture of corks In tlte1MJmanaged factories It ranges JtMen 90 to tO per cent but American lagennity and industrlaf Development have soeceeded transforming it into a scarce of profit By grinding 1heI waste to various degrees of and lBglt with glue or shellac In to varies shapes it Is made useful for tl1elinaer votes of shoes for bathroom I mats for JJssalatioh In refrigerating plants and the deadening of ound in apartment houses the making of blcy cte handles and the grips of tennis rackets Hy rods and gOlf clubs and there are dozens of other uses for the WaMe rhlch are quite as interesting t j Kotne jyears ago one manufacturer Of cern ifas paying a teamster a dollar a load to cart away his waste and damp it on a refuse heap Today he receives 0i a ton for the very cheapest quality of this waste Edward v WiWlaton Freatz in Youths Compan kw niBde4 Nice 1- MiIKe1UeGnuntAt the zoo I Ukett the monkey house best Mrs EHIq puipont say monkey house Child It sonn4s so common Please call it the apiary Cleveland Leader tI setter WUkIDsYouvecneverworked a day ki your Ute have you Bllklns No lut 1re worked lots of people De lolt Free Press i THE EGG IN HISTORY M la SBrranBded Tar 3faT Amclemt Legend aad Ifellef Like many another t rm in Chris tian ftoffleaciature tbe yord Easter is d rlved from pagan s6urces The Saxon goddess of light Estra was f boered with an ann usj festival at the j vernal equinox The Jewish Passover J waso regulated by the March moon ir atke rHrrect1 not eaus occurred t at tnk SeasOL IA latpr centuries the j great Christian festival came to bear the JMffMf Mute Easter and to be cele bId at a time coincident with the 3ew1 Wi1t sa resBoteet times the e 15 iymfctHaid recreation Persian trldi Ir Attesv ihM H ttMt tke world was hatched front an e f attbaieason which cor 111 to erial equblortor wkk NMoni aeatMlive4 for i J Vnr ytIfty Ute Persians TW drmkfa Mk that titc Mn a great atM frMp h ue ear and intS s ytheChIeetjs Dojkred that the Ti wag formed of two farts oat egg1 Front tie yolkl mill came Hi tbeqjarlurd hJs hand and uouer ci1 Q r w r w SICILIANALUSA splendid tonic forthejiair makes the hair ErovtoBf and heavy Always restores colorto tray hair all the darkrlch color of youth Stops 11Inira1so Sold for thy years H7a ji gsu t wtrd ana became tne concutc ueuvenS the lower half reversed making the convex earth and tub white albumen became the seas men Christianity took over various of the Saxon rites the Paschal eggs of the Jews were vested with a new fIg Blflcance namely the resurrection of Christ They were colored red In men ory of the blood shed for mans re demption Chicago Xews EAGLES IN REAL LIFE Tkey Da Jfet Pee tke Mad eree ity One Reads Abet Did the old eagle show fight Is the first quer3 put by the casual listeners I always Sl e a trace of disappoint meat swqcp prer his countenance when he hears the answer tiThe mo ment you speak of climbing tdan eagles aerie the average man gets an idea of a harrowing tale of the pho fographcr hanging to the edge of a cliff or tho tQP of a tree with the old eagles clawing out pound chunks at every swoop Few eagles possess the mad ferocity pictured and magnified by seusational story tellers When we first Sscrambled over bowlders of the canyon up toward the nest I saw the old dagle sUp quietly from her eggs and skim out over the mountain top When I strapped on tie climbers to ascend the tree I had one eye opened for trouble But each time we visited the spot the parents silently disap peared and stayed away as long as we eared to hold possession They kept a watchful eye however from the blue distance overhead For a noble birdlike the eagle this abandoning of the nest and young seemed tp me cowardly at first Perhaps the long years of per secution have taught him something The first rule of self preservation of this pair seemed to be to keep half a mile distant from the animal that lights with nether beak nor claw Country Calendar v WB rsMlped at JilstaHte Curiosity had led the little gIrl to forsake the nursery where the other children were Iaylug and to go to take a peep at the great parlors where the company had assembled but she pru dently remained concealed among the palms One of the guests spledher there Hello little girl he saJdAre you haying a good time Mhin Say do you see that llady over there under the chandelier Thats my mamma IsritSh nice Jndefd she IL Carityoq 1ntrouce meI Goodness nfl she exclaimed 1 couldnt do that I havent been IntrO- duced to her myself yetCh1cago Tribune Cald Net Qualify A well known Scotch horSed couper who was considered a respectable member of a congregation was frequently Dressed by the minister to al low himself to be nonflnated for the eldership He always put the matter oft with evasive answers but at length the mInister demanded the reason for his refusal Thus drivenlntp a corner the worthy replied MaiiTt wonder to hear you Mr McNab Hoo can a man be wield r and sell a horse Scottish American Tree Shrink ami Expand Perhaps it is more interesting than strictly useful to know that the diame ter of trees hOt only varies from summer to wRiter but from day to day They are larger from noon until twi light next morning than from twilight to nopn they are smaller ln wlnter than in summer Low temperatures as well as hlgb promote evaporation The trees evaporate from their branches In winter and so the colder the weather the more they shrink The JlUky Way A gentleman one day In talking to several farm laborers on astronomy thought he could give the farm hands a poser Can you he said tell me what made the Milky Way The farm hands studied a minute and then one of them said jYes I think I can It was the cow that Jumped over the I moon c1ie fIDe Cheerfulness Is one of the universally Understood attributes It Is accepted at Its face value the world over It is the goldcoin pf disposition Indeed it is such a large part of disposition thatit would almost seem to constitute the whole of it We live longer than out forefathers but we suffer more from a thousand artificial anxieties aifd cares Bulwer A PecBlliir Animal Regarding some oflhe peculiar char actcrlstics of that strange link between birds and beasts the duck billed platy pus of Australia a writer says It makes its home like an otter in a bank tunuelingXup from the entrance under water some thirty or forty feet which Its powerful forearm muscles make nothing of to a place where It can find a dry and Wen drained burro Its food consists chiefly of in sects crayfish or yabbess which It bolts hard shell and ay It will stay from en to fourteen minute at a time under water searching the mud and stones for these delicacies with its duckllke bill It makes a mbst fcis cinatlug little pet becoming very taHie and squeaking with delight when ted Its antics are a constant source of pleasure though if care is not taken It will overeahjtself seeming to have In captivity dlmpulty ludlgeatlug the hard crayfish stiells Its coat is like the molds of an uuusually silken and glossy texture r There will bti mistakes In divinity while men vreat hmie1ror in govern meat while men govern Carlcton 17Wh71kea f Did you finish your shopping today mydear asks the model husband IYes I think so answers the trust Ing wife Ybu think soT Yes I dont know though You see I went to get myf hat and tiiere were so many and all of them SQ pretty that jgotfive of them Fire Why did you do that myhead IInhat stall Chicago Tribune nIs 3iecle Baroa Then the obstreperous beggar whom you turned put of doors was coarse and abusive ValetAbusive mtlordlI might have been your lo db1pf v THE LEMON IN THE TEA7 Tt Ia a Smrrival Freai Very Ameleat Chtaeae Xetkea- WTiencethe slices of lemon with the tea In Russia 1 Okakura Kakuzo a Japaneseartlst and critic writing In the International Quarterly says they point td a survival from very ancient Chinese methods when tea leaves were steamed crush ed In a mortar made Into a cake and boiled together with rice ginger salt orange peel spices milk and sometimes with onions Okak ra tells also of the work of Luwuh the poet who in the eighth century became the first apostle of tea land wrote Ip three volumes and ten the Cbaking or Holy Scripture of Tea Luwuh Instituted the code of tea and is become the tutelary god of Chinese merchants of the leaf According to this master the moun tam spring furnishes the best water then come river water and plain spring water There nrq three stages of tibll ing The cake tea is roasted beforethe fire until it becomes soft like a babys arm and is shredded into powder be tween pieces of fine paper Salt is utI in the first boll the tea 4n the second At tho third boil a dippcrful of cold- water is poured into the kettle to settle the tea and revive the youth of the water Then the beverage IS poured into cups It was of such a beverage that Lo tung another poet wrote The first cup moistens my lips and throat the second cup breaks my loneliness the third cup searches my barren entrall but to find therein some 5000 volumes of odd Ideographs The fourth cup raises a slight perspiration all the wrong of life passes away through my pores At the fifth cup lam purified the sixth Cup calls me to the realm of the i immortals The seventh cppnh- but I could take no more Tea began as a medicine and ended as a beverage Also it has had rituals ceremonies and philosophies In Japan It became the religion ot the art of life and the tea room was an oasis In the dreary waste of existence This was in the fifteenth century and the philosophy of Tealsm which then arose IS described as a cult founded on the adoration of the beautiful among the sordid facts of everyday existence It Inculcates purity and harmony the mystery of mutual charity the roman ticism of thesoclal order Strangely enough says Okakura humanity has sqfar met In the tea cup It IS the only Asiatic ceremonial respectTheliglon and our morals but has accepted thebrown beverage without hesitation The afternoon tea is now an important function in western society Electric tight Balbi While grasping a small Incandescent electric lamp one night Professor Som mer a German scientist happened to obServe that on contact with his land the bulb of the lamp would allow luminosityl comparable with a mist pf light Illuminating certain parts of the glass as well as his fingers eveq before the electric current was completed This phenomenon could be produced several times by rubbing the electric- bulb with the hand Not all electric bulbs are suitable for the experiment Those which have been used for somo time and which show the well known dark coating of carbon particles are especially apt to taU After rubbing a new or nearly new lamp containing no metallic conductors strongly on the skin of the forehead or lower aim to withdraw the la suddenly from the skin will cause the bulb to show the luminous phenomenon Withdrawing the lamp and stopping it suddenly causes Its outlines to stand out dis tinctly Illuminated while in the middle a bright spot is observed tL Tbe Frugal Crow A correspondent sends to the Pioneer Allahabad the following notes on the fact that a case has been reported Of a crows nest haying been found which was made out of telegraph wire Any tljlug resembling twig Is pressed Into service In the days of old before glass stoppered bottles came into use for soda water many nests were made of the wires used to keep in the corks of such bottles A nest constructed out of brandy bottle wires was once taken in a palm tree outside Madras Another nest was found composed of bits of tin stolen from the tin bazaar in Madras One pair of crows Constructed a nest out of gold and silver spectacle frames purloined from the factory of Messrs Lawrence Mayo in Bombay The materials for this nest of which the value wa 400 rupees were stolen by the wily crows during the luncheon hour It was noticed thai tkespectacle frames were disappearing from the factory In a mysterious manner but it was some tinfe before the thief was discovered An Odd Industry One of the strangest of modern Indus tries is that carrledon in the Jura dis trict in France It consists In taking the fur from live rabbits and weaving It into a textile fabric which makes the warmest kind of clothing material known The species of rabbits which furnish the raw material for tho manu- facturIng process Is the Angora rabbit which has received the name of the silk rabbit Every three months tho rabbits oos its fur and several days before this takes place nature Is anticipated by female hands which remove the long silken hairs by gentle friction The skin already ripe and the fur comes off easily and without the rabbit suffering the slightest pain from the op ratlouJn tact bunny appears to snjoy it lying quietly in the lap of the operators during the manipulation tiondon Globe IIomemmklBBT Men do not make their homes unhap nyv because they have genius but be cause they have not enough genius A mind and sentiments of a higher order vVould render them capable of seeing and feeling al the beauty of domestic ties Wordsworth t Puhupertant Man Many a man goes awairtiom Iwb c for a wOk and imagines That he Is messed by the whole community and jjphfin he comes home he flndg that there Isnt a person in town that knew he had been away SSo work the honeybees creatures that by a role in nature teach tby t of order to sa peopled klngdOtha ispeirt v id f HE NEWSLEADE ItHE PRCE OF TORTURE JClcfcteemtk Century rMlkmemt and tlie Cwita Tkereef Among the monuments of supersti tion which exist to this day the traveler sees the wKck towers the torture chambers and the collections of lastra meats of torture in various towiu Si the iontineutnotab1y at Nuremberg Ratisbon Munichand The Hague Butt perhaps nothing brings the system more vividly before us than the exec tioners tariffs still preserved Four of these may be seen in the library of Cor nell university and among them espe daily that Issued by the archbishop elector of Cologne in 1757 On toni printed folio pages it enumerates la fiftyfive paragrapns every sort of bid eous cruelty which an executioner could commit upon a prisoner with the sum allowed him for each and for the Instruments therein required Typical examples from fills tariff are the fol lowingr Thaler Ulb For tearing uunder with four horses jP 5 2 For quartering For beheading and burning 5 7 For strangling and burning 4 8 For heaping tM pile of wood and kindling 9For burning alive 4 For breaking a ran alive op the wheel 4 For vetting up the wheel with the body twisted In it 2 61 For cutting off a hand or sun dry fingers and for behead ng altogether 3 X Odur burning with a hot Iron 1 M 22 For beheading and placing the head upon a pike S X 4 For beheading twisting the body In the wheel and plac ing the head upon a pike J altogether 5 For tearing a criminal before t- hi 1Incberathe Jlesh 1I For nalllnjr a tongue or hand tto the gallows 1 a 4 For the first grade of torture 1 If 44 For the qecond grade of tor ture Including setting the limbs afterwardrwlth salveSfor same 2 t 3 and so on through ftyfive Items aad epeclfications Andrew D White in Atlantic A RangIng Bridge When the Denver and Rio Grande prepared to build through the Ito kles engineers said the canyon of the Ar kansas could never be penetrated Its entire length There was one spot ia this awe Inspiring chasm where there was not room for a roadbed on pltbprl side of the stream The walls + f tbT1 canyon came down to the swift current of the Arkansas without foothold for a man on either side But an engineer suggested a hanging bridge suspended between the Vails of the canyon Tk bridge was built with supports lIm bedded in the solid rock and across it the heavy transcontinental trains flit dally with nothing but the sletwter Ironwork between the river and the top of the canyon 2000 feet above Grent Iron braces which look almost spiderlike Jn the vastness of the can yon have been thrown acros the gorge beg anchored securely In the sheer sides Huge cables depend from these braces holding a long Iron bridge which extends not across but parallel with the course of the river Xew York Trlbnile The City 5 IL You might exhaust yourself looking In atlas end gazetteer for the cltypf because It is purely legendary Here fsa brief statement of the legend The magnificent city of Is was situ vherelnowwas built l filow the level of tile sea and surrounded by massive walls Here in the fifth century was the court of the pious King Gradkm and of his wicked daughter Dohut who tad a pleasant habit of throwing her suitors Into a well when their society became tiresome One of her favorites asked her to obtainl for him the silver key which fastened the sluice gates la tthe city wall Dabut accordingly stole the key from her fathers neck while he slept the lover unlocked the gates and ihe sea rushed in and overwhelmed the city and its inhabitants includingl the princess Only the king escaped The Breton peasants soy that the spirits of the drowned still haunt the spot and the boils of the submerged city sic often beard ringing at low tide WIa B ReeaiiL Two of the most eminent lawyers at the Philadelphia bar were Benjamin Harris Brcwsjter and his halt brother Frederick Carroll Brewster Both had fqrtheney general of the United States Tby had not been on friendly terms far many yean It Is said that on one oc casion a mutual friend tried to1 bring them together and finally Frederick C consented to bury the hatchet and sent Benjamin II a card containing his name with UJcse words written underneath At hbme on Monday evening May to By the Same messenger Beq jajuln H sent a card In return which read Benjamin H Brewster also at home Monday evening Mayl This ended negotiations CnernInr Eadtn Of course reading may become a mere indulgence and dissipation a habit to be corrected also It Is very evident that many great resolute natures have beea tHrilt HP with little reading or by mqck reading of a few books and much ponderteg much reading of men of opinions of events rather than of the printed page Men like Cromwell and Lincoln and others who have changed the course of modern history bate been so nurtured We could even point to a very gnat and effective modern scleu tine genius who with an apparent IJonto scientific literature gets Ida llearning not so much from books as from experiments rnd from the twenty question system Intelligently applied to friendly expertseutury- Valiant Velsmteers During one of the frequent revolu tion In Haiti the commander of the government forces at Port au Prince made a requisition on the authorities a Cape HaltIen for men to aid In putt tlng down the uprising After a somewhat rough experience of two or three djtys the author tleslsot together the required number of men and loaded them aboard ship Then the following message was sent Commander Government Forces Port au Prince SirI send you per steamer Efaginaw today volunteers Please return the ropes with which they are bound COMMANDER AT PORT ttAITIEN aaeva Manners are of more Importance laws In a great measure theSISW4B pemd os them The faw touches H1 here and there and now and then Manners are what rex or soothe coc rapt er purity exalt or debase barba rice or refine Us by a constant steady uniform Insensible operation like that of the air we breathe They give their whole color to Mir lives According to their quality they aid morals they lup detroyi tbB i 1 1BEAUTIFUL EYES T1a Wladowa ef the Soul From tie Artists YlewjielBt l What is the definition of beautiful eyes Why are some eyes beautiful and othersugly What makes the eye beautiful To this a Paris artist an Impressionist makes the following tel ply Eyes are beautiful according to their size Small eyes may twinkle but they cannot express Little eyes may twinkle like stars but they can not blind you Eyes that are under sized fascinate may glow but they can never The eyes must be prominent Sunk en eyes are sad Eyes that lie deep in the eye sockets make you think of treason of strategy pf deeds that are dark not deeds that are open Deep student eyes may be Indicative of deep student thoughts but they are not at tractive Dry hard eyes are never lovely neither are eyes that have wrinkles over them Or between them Eyes that are lined with crows feet are al ways unlovely The color of the eyes is said to depend upon a pigment which supplies them with color But this coloring pig ment is not always reliable Deep blue eyes will look faded if one is tired The color pigment does not flow freely If agitated they will darken and deepen in hue Dark brown or black eyes will still darker and blacker when grovS I excited But when one is weary or has used the eyes to excess they will look faded The moral is do not use the eyes too long and do not ise them at all when you want to look your best Big eyes are almost always beautl fuL Prominent eyes are apt to be hand some but they are repulsive if too prominent The woman whose eyts stick out of her head has little redress If she can manage to grow fat the prominence will be less noticeable A fleshy face generally conceals the prmlnenceot the eyes The best color for ideal eyes Is deep brown Velvet brown it was call ed in the old fashioned novels Great velvet brown fawnllke eyes were Ideal The eyes to be beautiful must be swept by very long lathes which shade them and give them a deepness and brilliancy not their own Every device Is used to make the lashes grow hut where this cannot be accomplished then the eyes must be darkened In other ways They must he kept healthy which is always a point of beauty with any eyes Long eyes are always desirable There Isacertaln quizzical beauty about the long almond shaped eye which Is most bewitching The eyes of the orientals are very attractive long and brilliant and full of fire Round eyes were once considered Tery pretty True they are babyish but they are very seldom really hand some They are apt to degenerate when one gema little older into pop eyes a term applied to eyes that stick out of the head mind are devoid of beauty Round eyes become pop eyes at thirty SThe handsomest eyes and all women should pray for pretty eyes are long dark brilliant and well shaded with lashes They are big and glowing and expressive and there Is that quail ty about them which one calls deep Deep beautiful dark eyes heavily shaded with sweeping lashes are aJJPe cia gift of thegods vouchsafed few but very much admired wherever hey are found Brooklyn Eagle A Bad Imitation BnCkstone the popular English comedian and dramatist was rather fond of telling the following story although itt was somewhat against himself One night Fechter Sothern and Buck stone were leaving the Hay market theater some little time after the per fonqnnce was over when suddenly Buckstono discovered a blllstlcker post Ing an election placard right upon the front of that sacred house of Comedy now dare yousirl he said In his peculiar guttural and Jerky manner How dare you post bills upon ray theater TIe man paid no attention but WQnt on lathering the placard which he PUt up with an alrof quiet defiance You miserable blllstlcker slBuckstone his mannerism coming odt very pointedly with his temper If you dont desist you scoundrel Ill have you locked up- Whereupon the map quietly making a closing dab at the poster said Ill have you locked up you Imposter If you dont mind for gina such a bad Imitation of Buckstone could do It bet ter myseltLondon Telegraph 1XkORTDr Gibbon cu eminent London physician lii the latter halt of the ser enteenth century had a brother a West India captain who brought over in his ship some llogs of this wood as ballast As tho doctor was then building a house In lUng street Covent Garden theYmlghtbeters finding the WOOd too hard for their tools laid the ogs aside as use less Soon after Mrs Gibbons wanted a candle box and the doctor called onI LongAcnecome wood lying In his garden Wol laston also complained that It was too bard The doctor said he must get stronger tools The candle box was tooweverr made and approved mae much that the doctor then Inflated on Caving a bureau of the same which was also completed and woodI much admired especially by the eel of Buckingham that the fame mahogany rapidly rose and it so tI came Into general use Fame la the perfume of heroic deeds Socrates The Old Time Parlor The days of the parlor are fast going There was once a time when every family no matter how poor had Its parlor And generally the parlor was a most useless place but it was the pride of the housewife The Observant Citizen remembers some time ago whenIthe lady of the house Insisted that bet I should see her jmrlor Her husband smiled gOOd uutumlly dud they both led the way to a big front rom which was locked The door was unlocked and the parlor got its first fresh air inlj months The little family had expend ed much money on the parlor Everything was new but the stuffed binijsa under glass caica The design carpet was wonderful In that it consIstI ed of bright red roses One felt like stepping Into a bed of flames A horse jhoc sofa very erect was the principal article of furniture while at the wino dows were the stiffest lace curtalnjj you ever saw The room had a musty Is smell due to bug confined air It wasp luxury Imprisoned on a small seale and the finest example of the old time useless parlor ManchPtifer Cnloq To Cure a ColdI in One Day aT k Laxative Bromo Quinine itM A sw wpMt12 TWI sipatareQ YC IMPORTANCE OF CARBON Without It rlta Equivalent We Coil Nave No Arc IJskt The electric arc light as now so commonly used is produced by the passage of a powerful electric current between the slightly separated ends of a pair of carbon rods bt carbons about twelve Inches longand tr m threeigbths to onehalf inch In diameter placed ver tically end to end in the lamp The lamp mechanism is so constructed that when no current is passing the upper carbon which is always made the post flue one rests upon the lower by the action of gravity but as soon as the electric current is established the car boils are automatically separated about an eighth of an Inch thus forming a gap Of high resistance In the electric circuit across which the current IS forced resulting in the production of Intense heat The ends of the carbons are quickly heated to brilliant mean descence and by the burnlnig action of the air are maintained in the form of blunt points As the carbons burn away the lamp mechanism feeds the upper one downward Just fast enough to maintain the proper separation The carbons are pot heated equally the upper or positive one being much the hotter A small cup shaped cavity or crater ordinarily less than an eighth of an Inch in diameter Is formed In its end the glowing concave surface of which emits the greater part of the total light In lights of the usual size something like half a horsepower of en ergy Is concentrated In thfe little era ter and its temperature is limited only by the vaporization of the carbon Car bon being the most refractory substance known the temperature of the 1crnterls the highest yet produced anti ficially and ranks next to that of the sun It is fortunate that nature has provided us with such a substance as carbon combining as It does the high est resistance to heat with the necessary electrical conductivity Without carbon or an equivalent and none is knownrwe could have no arc light Charles F Brush in Atlantlcit STOP nv Boasting of what you can do instead of doing it Thinking that life Is a gnlndandnot- worth living- Exaggerating and making mountains out of molehills Talking conpual1ynboutyourselt and your affairs Saying unkindthings about acquaint ances and friends Thinking that all the good chances and opportunltlesare gone by Thinking of yourself to the exclusion of everything and every one else Speculating as to what you would do In some one elses place and do your best in your own Gazing idly into the futur mind dreaming about Jt insteadof making the most of the present Longing for the good things that oth ers have instead of going 10 work and earning them for yourself Success A Hurricane The terrors of thedeep were perhaps never more thrillingly set forth than in the description by a young lady who last year made her first trip abroad She kept a diary very much says the New York Herald like that of Mark Twain when for seven days he record ed the fact that be got up washed and wunt to breakfast There was one important exception When she crossed the channel the ex perience was so trying that she felt Impelled to describe ItII firmly resolved to stay on deck she wrote although the tempest In creased to such a frightful hurricane that It was only with the greatest difficult that I could hold up my parasol A WeHderfkl Memory Hortenslus the Roman orator could repeat word for word a book be bad just read On one occasion he made a wager with one Sienna and to win It went to an auction remained all day and In the evening gave a list of all the articles sold the prices paid for them and the names of the purchasers The accuracy of his memory was In this case attested by the auctioneers clerk who followed the recapitulation with his book and found that In no edna had the man of wonderful memory made a single mistake Shaved White Re Slept Sly first day in India said the tour 1st was surprised when I awoke lIn the morning to feel how smooth my face was By Jove I said how slowly my beard grew yesterday I hardly need to shave today It Jet however a matter of religion with me fo f have every morning and so I bade the native servant a man provided by my host to fetch my shaving things The uatiVe miled But you ore already shaved slrl he said Already shaved said L l Yes sir he answered I shavedt t you while you slept That iIs the cus torn here t I found that he was right I found that in India these wonderful native I servants shave their masters In bed every morning without waking them All through my stay in India I was t shaved like that It was almost enough to keep me In that hot and torrid oonII try forever Louisville CourierJour nal A BotioiuleM Pit There Is a bottomless pit In the moun talus of Hunlnlul back of Kallua Intt the Hawaiian Islands It la about fO1rn feet in diameter The pit Is peculiar i from the fact that It sucks In the air with remarkable force Pieces of pa per placed over the mouth Uo not float gently down but are suddenly drawn in and disappear with startling rapidie y The air rushing Into the pit can be Jc distinctly felt by people standing on the edge Strange sounds are heard also Every night the Inhabitants of the locality distinctly hear a noise jdm iar to the blowing of a l1ecp steamship whistle The noise is heard for about seconds and then subsides for a of flbout ten minutes and then t sumes for another five seconds German Bar Swathe Of all housewives In Europe probably the German hi the hardest Worked and f all European mothers the German practices most completely the art of swathing and padding her baby and of utting it on the shelf The GermanS baby Is swaddled In a Jong narrow pillow which Is made meet ql teJr roynqvllm thtg Coming On Its Own Tratnitt f THEJtVan v Amburrrj Showst f q Hippodrome Museum p llTfaj9 lG J Ji ftjrAnimal Expos ion l I WILL POSITIVELY EIImT xP Sprllgfo1d Saturday June tQII t fitHever before Magrnjflcent Display of Entirely New Features Grand Glyadticj veraMuseum of Marvels The Great New Golden JJIenageile Many Strange Mojled SienzInciudine the Rarest Animals In Captivity The Liorfesg QUEEN and her family of young cubs A 25OOC FEATURE the largest living Hippo potamus In captivity weighing T000 pounds A Monster BloodSsweatiiir BEHEMOTH of Hdlyl Writ Captured iathe densest Morass of the wTliks regions of the mysterious River i1eA Zoological Garden Jbrongkt toyew city on wheels The iTupian Meteors theLaPearl Family orSVrfaiioiiniAAiU J t Pagihars Japanese J5Vbap Mona Garlowii the Grat Perpendicular Ladder AItI5t I i I WHEELEKS MARINE BAND TIt 1 n tjJi l cal Or a lza tiontraveling with any circus in America GRtNDhSTR ETP1 NTThe new and costly Steam Piano tahe seen daUv In our Freefpeetacular New Street Parade A Grand GaTaDay Prepare pr Atke Iiu evenf One ticket admits to all advertised shows All Children Htf Price No Gambling or Swindling allowed Hqnest anil Fair ilinjrtfcjftpottoof rH this vast concern t M ri j Two Performances bally Door Opti IliidvT jpm4 ki n IXJ Remember the Day m Biti tancto r JOHN SHUCK McELROY G C lfHA p- McElroy fr Whartont a Insurance Real Estate Agents Fire LirtandTol1adorJnlrucf i t 11 Land SoH 05 ScHpniissito yJ 1f j I jiOffice overPeooIes Bank Phone r t Jjiiwj nntm spi t cull Three bands of gay blue ribbons tre then passei r ini the whole bundle and tied in larget Horn bows about where his chest his waist and his ankles may be supposed to be In this guise he can be eposlteqns an ornament either on be sumptuous bet bed or on the kitchen dresser or on the drawing room table HOW fowl the Germans sic of this presentment of baby mar bit guessed from the fact that It flgurds largely lii their picture books among their dolls and even In the bakers shops at Easter time mhde of dough and covered with ugar tone devoured by greedily live babies Strand Magazine ifTueI doiTt know what Js the matter with these collars said martboy to the salcjinnn They seemed all right wbCn I bought then ycsjcrdhy lint 1 had to use a button hook to connect them with my collar button this morn Ing They fit as though theywere ln tendctl for my little brother There are two ways to put on a cot lar replied the salesman anti you seem to have chosen tlip wrong way notlied It when you were here yesterday but It was not up to me to tel yon Ive been jumped on for volun tecrlng that Iuforniatipn more than once Most men think it toes not make ny difference whether you Imttou the right side or the left of a collar first Itt makes all the difference In the world In the comfort nfLs t of the collar no matter what shape It Undo that collar you are wearing but ton the rihtsido first and youll ba lad youre uliveNew York PxcssJ F ldIII u Why am I like a pin asked Mr Jones triiimphautly of his wIfe He she was going to saytBca- use you are sharp arid he ws simply paralyzed wiieCs4meroplhxl Because If you should gct lost it wouldnt bp worth while to spend time looking for you One of Tliein f My wife has a cmnirkcble collecsr tlon of curiositiesSWes she coilectiiig when she mar rled you jYesThats what I thought Evidence iFirstAnimals Think I wonite ICthey doT eCond LadyrvenouceI that my bussband gets off an occasional bright jugLIte jf m tGLYOCTOPULTE It Ii Ssi et tiisit lI MIdu i CrnteSA greedy voracloqreeMIe s NIItare is the octopus and a itfoiljIiitjifcVir M da blc en my even tian fer It k otutitr Ito cut or tear pone of the terrible long arnU with itl two tows ot siaek ers than to Induce tbe crestur t rf hlnquish tny prey ItMs kiMJwidof The4e fuckers aIse enaWfe it Its body bite very narrow toII from which scarcely any fon J avnllto tcmotelt Like Its beautiful brotl er the r naut it j6 fis its enemies We ctiac ink but the octopus isesebtie and j clever that he can vary tk eoloV of Wa Jnk accofdtnr to the colar of rltcgrosuMl he is pausing over and as be lir very active dud darts hot lit l1btnIng speed ie constantly eeapes i nsocisbe e llIentlyq wih his wsai society ns be roams about atooc fcfcjisi what hef may aevo r rocky abcMsv whore tie may he aet wills ef uU azetc varying pa length fiat a Inch to two or JUorc feetSThe obtqju his ease very carlojui habit Ktacn resting ha cells up seror his rnhi into a iesmtcc of the shell ojCiKe argoiitPeogs Weekly A1MARKETPf1IMERisc It T 4sJboi e u4- ebWayeistu What the nuuxAalnii behind tts conntor v r He 1s selling at itet pd vatc I him ry f I I Ayhat Is iM ia4iV sfer p to tt counter or To bmtyieat tm tiie grway mae iththewhlealwr- What fees si aa r Ml j A five ioed reaa oC rboaee WhatdoZsheyebwLA sovep p HiM rust Then iow be elMf bee aoljr what seaist lot i oludeed5He brESh-e chmoseto 4ii5 jDidnt tba kat e cdl Evidently tfa iwm dilsft think w f i Cant io tell the wit of a pteo feat wbtft be jMcUtt Ccrtaioly b cu Uwrwicb wanld never bff abjte to Jiniftif thqjM ir al warn aktic you a piece oMioeof xev rziIpsd btetter than you W- tWbyasieami do this 1- It Ja iniipoRslbte to iwoeiat con toutly wHtii gniy thinc ami nut he come pretty sairutli yourscir xiw run ndlafiatiiiaurv 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