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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 prT tb 11T- ABL1lIED INjM2 o i W sr1e8vo1 XIIINo 23 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGlTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 8 1905 I IliOO YEAB YHOK S B THOMPSON Jr a Tloipson r OERTAKIRS t EMBALMERS L I stocksll IPHoftrr UR DIRECTORY PRtNcIELDeounty seat of rahingtort County 52 miles souths reiinfirton 59 miles from- 1t on Bardstown branch of ted Kasjiville railroad in- zid agricultural district uks telegraph and telephone esg office flour mills lumber PojH1atton 1100 population of 7 15001 eatativeiu Congress Hon tjjbJ4odgenville Xy Spteseutatlve in Keutucky Legis arej HoeWDCiaybrook- presetative in State Senate Hon iry laneaiter Lebanon Kr runty Directory CIRCUIT COURT It Court begins on the fourth j ia February May and Octo I JudgeJtSwhiwn iiealth At Catnpel1 Clerfc ifeachmtD Master Commiss f UARRIYCOURT rterly Court is held olie third- liIy in each month qB ILitsey Jtt leICQUNTY COURT fcounty Coiirt meets on the fourth tonday in ch mouth ii Titse Swdge tfFJkjoWer Contttv Clerk n S Mayt County Attorney tctfge Caieft JaUen ry1 Crke Sheriff ne haraftam Osborne 11 uIlan5j Deputie IMaterij esF Moore County Surveyor Royalty Assessor I OBryaiiTJeputyr bert Noe Treasurer lf Montgomery Coroner w Bush Bupt Of Common PO Sprlngfi ld OITY QOURT- Ja wRNoe Police Judge JoJwi Grio Marshil AFi Grigaby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT tioe Courts are held in January pr July and October LturhDIre tory J MFrHODIeTCHTJRCR Rev JC HoBkinson Pastor Se- r3cbnthe First and Third SuudaTS Ih ainthatlia m and73lJ pm d jSckool eVery Sunday atlO am- ftyr meeting every Wednesday CATHOWC CHURCH vi pr5ennessay Pastor Ser every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock- I services at St Rcse sanfe hours URISTIAN CHURCH wi T yVilden Pastor Service gag and fourth Sunday in each Hl SBYTERrAI OHURCH e 1 lp Latimer Pastor nit trery Sunday at 11 am 1 7 pN Sunday school every r I ali 1Oil Prayer meeting htkyvenhi1r1 t 7ocIck t 1JA TlST HU RCa Win Ihrrion Williams Pastor- chiIi g every Snndayat 11 am r8m Sunday School ever- yndayt 930 am Prayer meeting- very TpMdy eTcningat 745 oclock ratii1 Orders 1M IC LoDGE Springfield lodge o neets first and third Mouday i ech ontli WasktMjrto R JA Chapter No 57 icets every second Tue da9 Sprfafcfteid Council XJo 52 meets on err lonrth Monday KNIGHTS of THE M ACAKEES Meet try first Vc dnesdaY Ineachiflon TiiEi NEYURE Will cure Any isase of Kidney- der disease iha jis not ana fliereackof medicine L ortiH UPI DIE sp1s le N Vliat Isssmw- zil4I For 01r fr nIWMtro bilj a kldllle1 aDd biad4rs5sso Ikiet5esh aRabl to work Xluw wurJlM0 IIII1C aud wagiyes dIL YSYP i Cure reco rand hi IUC melTMtrelief aft tak1ll Ute iA bottle wu ratiralr irsd we 6U S ffO CsnU and flf1 Tr w sr rrrt t if f VLEATflLt i tii DERci r i i t fS f Wfi mnN fi I cii ROUND Or TI1LIK i t 3 ffMB MMS Q9ffcc Wtrlis Greatest Doctor the Chicago RecordHerald LFrem a great physician who long ago began clear away tIe troubles thatcom- toITo pester man Tis true he is oldfashL ned butman a grievous ill That puzzles other doctors would yield tothis ones skill He makes no heavy charges and he is always near To serve you if you want him his full r name is Good Cheer His practice should tje worldwide and dally it should grow tHe serves in suinnier weather and when the wild w nds blow His night bell is in order he answers every call 1 He gives no bitter djses and tortures not at all And they have few diseases and stand in little fear Who always are serenely attended by Good Cheer i He does not deem the wealthy more worthy ofhis care Than are thel poor who Seek him Where wajls and floors are bare He ministers freely as Twhere the rich abide And till he asks in payment are hope and honest pride The hope and pride that follow where dutys call is clear Tis time to aid in spreading the prac tice of Good Cheery t ct CHOpL TERMS The sug 9 gestioh made in these col umns some time ago in regard to the manner of holding the iterms of schools in the country districts seemS to have received the endorsement of the patrons of the schools in certain districts at least We suggested the idea that it is a disadvantage to di vide the term as it is done now jinstead of having one continuous session Our Hillsboro corres pondent on this subject writes thefdlowirfgi observations Wt v rd Iumirofthe Ipatrons in Our district express themselves as being opposed to the sljhool term being diviUed as i ta5Tastyear four months in the fall and two in the spring During the first four mqnths the children get interested and be gin to make rapid progress in their studies and then the term closes and during the winter many of the children leave off their books and when the spring term of twomonths begin it takes them almost all that time to catch up where they were when the fall term closed We have heard several say who have children to attend school that by all means the school should begin by the first 3onday fn July and continue until the full term was taught and that would expire before Chritmas Now we do not know what position our teacher will take but we hope she wilt advocate teaching the full term withoiit dividing it into a fall and spring term as all the children havje more time to attend during the summer and rail than they do in the spring Owing to most all our patrons being farmers it is almost im possible for to spare their children the months of April and May and for this reason the spring term this time was almost an entirefailur in attendance wejwoulddren to attend school but just cant do without them as we are so busy Now trustees and teacher let us have the full tarm without an intermission of a few months T TILL BEGIN WORK The Cumberland Telephone Co haS purchased the franchise and privilege fdr operatnga CityIof Springfield according to the terms advertised by the City Opuncil As soon as the Fiscal Court of the county can be got together and will grant the privilege for the telephone lines over the turnpikes and roads of the county the tale phpne people will be ready lo begin the work of putting iin the new lines and new exchanges It is understood that the tele phone company will put two gangs of workmen m the cou ty- tht once to erect poles and fa run the new lines The people out in the county have become quita enthusiastic over the tele phone business and are becoming somewhat impatient to have the new system in opeVation It astonishing how rapidly the psopte have become educated in j tie matter of the telephone A few years ago the number of farmers in this county who ingIfor telephone for use on his place was surprising few Now almost every farmer of any con sequ n county has come to lookseiIth telephone as a matter ssity with him TTT OBAcico From the pres fJL ent iindications the over- prOduction ofv tobacco in this county will not materialize for the simple reason that Provi dence appears to haye taken a hand and the elements have eonT spired to prevent the too free planting of the weed The farmers hate been ready willing and anxiOus to put outba record breakin crop this year but in centain localities the necessary seasons have not befil1 forth coming The rains have fallen in spots only and while in some sections the tobacco men have been blessed with enough opportunity for planting in other neighborhoods only small and limited seasons have been afforded It may turn out best for the tobacco grower after all that he cannot have his way altogether and putout more of the plant than he can take care of A Creeps Deaifi Blood poison creeps up to wards the heart causing death J E Stearns Plaine Minn writes tbat Bile md dread fully injured Which swelled up like blood poisonings BiickleTa riIdarlSaive The out the poisor healed the wound saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at C J Haydbns drug store I Remarkable Escape News has reached here of a remarkable escape from death made by Harvey Wells Jr son of Mr W HJtfells of this place and who is running out of Louis yule as fireman ouan I 0 freight train It is reported that young Mr WeS train was wrecked ore day last week and thatout of a crew of nine he was the only one to escape injury and his escape was most miraculous Mr Wells saw danger ahead and jumped falling into a ditch Then the crash came and freight cars came rolling down the incline pell l melI but Harvey kept his head and remained rouched low in the ditch thus escaping all in jury nob even being hurts from I the jump from the train The many friends here of the young man were happy to hear that he was uninjured and hope that he may never have another such close call for his life = Spencer Courier e Salv ThaI Penetraies DcWitts Witch Hazel Salve pene hates thepores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and healing in fluency it subdues inflammation and cures boils burns cuts eczema tet ter ring worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve is made byE C DeWitt Co and sold bv all Druggists Too Much Politics Wa3hingtonIt became known today that Henry P Greene of the Uniied States Qjvil Service Commission would the latter part of this month make a trip to Kentucky and examine into the offices of the Federal em ployes The five internal rave nue districts will receiye the most attention though it is understood that practically every office in the State which is pre sided oyer by a presidential ap pointee will be investigated The commission has received complaints against officeholders from practically leyerydistrict in the State and tbgiCivH Service Commissioners reachel the con elusion hat a general investiga tion was neededeCommissioner Greene has heretofore made two trips to Kentucky going to Lotusillp and Owensboro in which cities his reports led to the resignation of the Federal employes on fEe publican campaigni committees It iialtegpcI by thtjsS who foye beerutbleltq secure the fdrth c6mns nvesigatiprri that sev eral of jthe officeholderawin She State haued the ppwe of onjaftions in the Republican Jpa ty ittionsitita vv rvery unuaaltf r a pmb of the Civil Service COmm sSIQ to make ivestjgaton ld many think they see in thi 0 posed move an influence h maybe potent insecurllr ie defeat ofseveral of thk officeholders for reappoin t j Three PhysICIanS Treated Him Ifflnt Snccess R writesIhadaandthree of the i est ph vsciafisTn Kentucky ireaied jiie withduVktfcceas I then took FoJeyfl KiaiiBy CUrC The firstbottle gave inimedlate refief and three bottles curedlme perraan ntlj i gladly recommend this worderfn remedy For sale byThe Red Gross Drugstore tr KHOxviHe Swept ly Flames Knoxville The illfated block q f the retail district which hits miTered a loss of two million dollars by fire inthe past eighta hears was the scene of a fire ss4 THE man related you Carnegie Carnegie hero Journal today which broke out in the dry notions and millinejy house of M B Arnstein Co 412414 Gay street Within less than an hour this four story building was entirely gutted and only by the hard efforts the entire fire department were the flames confined to thatstructure When the ijorth wall of the building fell It crashed through this roof of the M M ewcomer Qo department store and the intense heat started a sprinkler system in the Newcomer build flooding the stock The queensware houseof the Charles C Cullen Company was also seriously damaged by water M B Arnstein Co estimate their at 75000 with in surance of 10000 The build ing they occupied was owned by C M McGhee of New York and was worth S25000 insured r ers Why is it Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remark able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it Thehair Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing And gradually the dark rich color of early life comes hack to gray hair myhairrich and a as t wish MBS8U8AH ILLOPfKHSTIE TtUCUmbta AI JCAUflcO All W- aiILIr dnirIIstsfor Gray DIVORCE SUIT I The Case of Barlow vs Ba6Iow Triedane Settled In ClV IcuItCourf A case Afhich attracted more interest thin perhaps any other at this term of court was tried and settled on last Friday andS proceedingwas plaintiff and Richard Barlow defendant and iit was tried before special Judge F R Feland of Lawrenceburg Owing to the prominence of the parties rind the nature of the charge and counter charges brought the case was one of unusual interest The Barlows live in the Maud neighborhood this county and of prominent families Mrs Barlow the plaintiff was a She han daughter of Mr Peter She han a welltodo citizen of that immunity while Mr Barlow is a well known farmer the neighborhood The trouble started last summer when the the husband brought charges of a startling and serious nature against the wife and it is said drove hor from the home The lydewho instituted proceedings in court seeking divorce alimony nd the custody of their child The case was brought in equity NEVJ 1 BROTHERHOOD Put her there old think were Howe that never saw before Thats all right youre a professor and Im a Seel Minneapolis goods of ing loss well that all black thick could glM a bottle Lowell are of Depositions were read before Judge Feland Before the arguments were made the court anted the divorce gave the mother the custody 6f the child but refused to allow any alimony for the plaintiff The effect of the decision is that the damaging charges brought against theI wife by the husband were notI sustained by the proof Mrs attorneyshasof alimony While the defendant Barlow will take the case up on the point of getting possession of the child The court also put the cost of the action in cluding 200 attorney s fee xin the defend citf IBoltoms Store e5 J6hn Russell bought of JXiX Yankee fouryearold combined mare Price S5 Clarence Powell bought of W P Hatchett one combined horse for 150 We are glad preport the family of J H Bottoms as some better at this writing Among those that attended the Literary Society at Fenwick Friday night were Oscar Bottom Lois Yankey Genie Lowe John and Sid Russell Mary Bottoms visited tthe home of Dave Yankee lasteek Mrs Matt Harmon closed a very successful school at Popes school house last Saturday She gave universal satisfaction and we hope the same success will fOllow her to her next school L T Yankey and wife of Simms visited the family of J D Yankey Saturday and Sunday Misses Dallie and Woods Yan keeP accompanied by George Powell and Wood Gillispie atten ded the strawberry supper at Nevada last Saturday night Lois Yankey and Robert Mil ton passed through here en route to Perryvilie Sunday Mrs Gibbert Hatchett and Mrs Frank Graves visited Mrs Martha Tewmey at Mackville last Thursday CntylsInWhite Steel Gate Several or ders have been taken We wish Mr Yates much success Mr Alex McMakin and son Ike of Bloomfield were in our midst Monday buying mules HillsboW The farmers are getting blu2 over the continued drough Much of the tobacco that was setout last season has been destroyed by cutworms and grass hoppers and some havetebro ken and rolled their ground and will- et it out again when we have a seaFon Many of the plants in the beds are ruined on account of being tovlarge and other plants are dying in the beds caused by the dry weather Robert M Thompson and JS Yanlrey our popular traders were in our midst last week buying stock It seems that they have engaged all the lambs in this vicinity at 6+ cents for the first delivery The small grain crop will not be as good as it wls thought to be early iirr the spring Owing to the dry weather it will not be well filled and their is quite a complaint of a fly or worm that eats inlor the straw This is something nsw to our farmers and it is proving quito digtruc tive to small grain of all kinds P B Prather and wife visited the latters parents near Chapjjh lastveefciuidf emained vit1attend the basket meetmg at old aifmount Saturday Two dog ofthik yicipity ent mad last week acd so far have not yet been killed that we know of People should keep a strict watqh ovet their canines for they may have beeri bitten by these dogs We are sorry to report A F Settles no better but as glad to say that his jife and little daughter who hiye been quite sick have about Recovered Wehave had qiiite a peculiar spring and one that has called fourth quite ui comment from our oldest citizens and all agree that its like is1 seldom seenJ W Settlessays that the spring of 51 was just like the present one in ever particular and that year the cholera raged Mrt Settles says that he is sure omeI plague will occur during this year either a famine or a disease ofsome kind Mrs Jask Richersoa who lives oyer on Love Ridge found the olhdr day while preparing some pie plant a peculiar worm j Itj was very small and about anj inch long and was oft a dark green color and blackhead Un more careful notice she found several of those worms The plants was discarded Many beI lieve this tobe a specie of theI cabbage sn keand doubtless was but of course not so in the of those who sayIjthele is no snake tIE P D may haye our part of the pie plant Thero is another republican voter in the Kelly Shop precinct He arrived at the home of Sab- CouitersWednesday e night from baby land Mother and baby are both doing well Absence from home prevented us from heading Rev Todd preach Swnday ev min jat our church but we are told that a large crowd was present to hear 3him and that Bro Todd preached a fine that elicited the compliments of all present Bro Simms will preach here Sundayr morning and Bro Williams iin lthe e enipg Eld Sutherland will preaqfat at Hardin ChapeJ isnhday morning at 11 oclock All are invited to attend each service There was an unusually large crowhat tbe basket meeting at Old Fair Mount Saturday The meeting began at 10 oclock Thewelcome addressjieing made byf M Johnson and the ac ceptance of it was put in words by Lilac RevJJ A tsimms preached the opening sermon After recitation by Mrs J D Sutherland and short talks by Mr Cam mack and others the meeting was adjourned to a shady nook where ari excellent dinner in the way of chicken salad ham pickles light bread pies cakes and lemonade were served in abundance and loone was allowed to go away hungry The afternoon services begat at 1 oclock Mrs W Ezra Suther laud then read an interesting essa on TrUe appiness in Life After this Rev J M Johnson addressed the audience on Christian Needs and How Supplied He was follovwkrt y Eieye Romines and Thos B own Both making splendid talks Prof E P Dedman madEfa talk on Importance of Early Trainc ingU that was worth going any distance to hear He was warmly complimented by the parents The closing sermon was preached by Lilac from the textCllftabj Die Shall HeZiive ApiliTtie nuance comialiitemidel good report Bro Johnston then pronounced the benedictionI Hero is a Bible question thatJ is answered in the Bible that we will give it to the clergymen of the coun v and other Bible read ers or1 any one who wishes tuJ answer it It was given to your correspondent a few days agoc for the paper Here is the nesI tion He lived walked and talked on earth neyer knew kood nor evil nevef was in Heaven or Hell Who was it This is notcatch question so Uno Or our North Bend brother may take ajj Wewcu1dbefromthmii especially LILAC Take IIliTiw William Dale fiftysix years olda farmer living six nliles from Elizabethtown Ky ar rived in LqjnisviUe oa busineae early yesterday morning and was robbed by two negroes oa Ninth street near Green The robbers secured 25 A negzo who gave- lthe name of James Fisher was arrested by Patrolmen Chambers and Cross and was identified by Dale as one of the robbers Dale said he was looking for lodging house and was taken in charge by Fisher who said hQ would find him a place He met Fisher at Ninthand Jefferson streets and they proceeded toward Green Theyhad gone but a short distance he said when some one seized hiin from behind while Fisher went through his pockets The robbers then con ducted him to a room nearby SUBSCRlrr ON- 1bo YEAR r HI rIL V A them these mind sermon j where he demanded his nioi4yS1 Dale said j Fisher threw hi k I 1rt pocketbook kt him ad both ifii ttmenranoutl Dale wa followV ilug Fisher ind dethandiNg biaj Ii money when Patrolman ma i II hers amved and paced Fisher under arres Courifr Journal I mretFor1 AcL When the body is cleared W 1 action by Kings KswiLifePiUa L you can tell it by the bloom df it health on the cheeks the biight if ness of the eyes the finance otE t theflesh and muscles the buoy i any of th mind Tjy them At C J fiaydonl drugstore 25 cents 4 i r Garfield jGivan and William Lampton Jf Hardirt S are in jail here on tifecb operating an illicit 1Awas made bn theuJKnsbijS still of the prisoners early Thurs tedeputyt PottertLdeputy l the approach of the oicerift Givan and Lampton fled j the IHformer running Intoa poId jinearby After floundering around in the water awhile he aVf l himself up Larnpton Was cap ttnredlater short ditaacefro 1 the still A small quautfty Oie beer and mash fras diBAtroyed1 The men ware arranged before t H W Stoy Illnited State Com missioner 4 LeitCn1iland were held to answer to the Ftdy eral grand jury in the asa of 1200Fai ing tbive the re i quired bond they were remanded to jailCouieTonrnal I ttece4 1A ChicagoJTohun lloch- cone victed wife jriurerer and con 1jj fesaed bigamist was sentenced by Judge Kejrsten today to be i tttt hanged June 23 Only s few prs ii w rJrtcourt jfh n the L4 tWewSpiinE of 9fnte c cam after I a dramatic 8ene in court H eh forgave the proaecatonr the police the jjrorzai4 tUe masy witnesses who teatified against him and asked tkt God jfava mercy On th0iri souls le said 1 III am conVincedlifeai my poor dear wife wfs+ murciered but I am not her nrdererIThe otch ease was befOre jiddge Kerstn OQ a motion for a new trial After Judge Kerste overruled thie motion for a tlil 1judj t hifh wfiy sentetict should moS be prpnounced Hooh rp5e 411itJej udge am willing5t- di to Ighfe if yo4 think r am guilty I am innocent of tttctlJMt 17 I wilt sly ipw the crimt was ii not committed God forgive you all G6d haT mercy of your souls I kaVno feelisg 1 against you If jpu Think I am Itt Wuiltj of ths murdir I an wiI to have my lifiput out tonight rtHotch thin st down Ha was self possessed but ifa palpably nervous rofuM fresgiratfoML Jh covered his faca and fri wax 1 very palet V CATO B7c ImJaU aMSIN MM TlV MM As lNKj srs t1pJf1Ip t 0 9774 It S ventyZven 1 tf t Put Up in Mtrftin cklltv 4 1 itl UstTllef JJT i The White Steel Gate E4SV trJTO OPBRA1E Jj47 JRA t v V I Jaf NEWSLEADER wn SI A YBAit IM ADVANCE SWIIIICFIBLDYKY E 4 QAVISON Jr t t i ilII UOM IQ CRt p r + fllnlllltll1UettI raapww o1Iweric Iiatlowrates bt cub 1zI 1aIJiery f loorla 1 AftVartfetaff e0 trk t8 md liberal1 4SSSOMUwiM aihl rMoluUoBs of respect p rIaE- L dMcJftI rtJ M NtM 1 350I twitjr CMte M 50 OIIttrNltce1rtJa irJlUMCAY JUNB 8 I90S GUIji AffBlY NiwHHartlIR S rIxIy Cuts W Perkins ItrJjlllt Fred fItckt wii SahlrtlayI s A8erious cutting scrape oc cured at Fjrederickstown on last i Saturday in which William G parkins was cut and painfully wounded with a knife in the hands of Newell Hardin Just wrutthe trouble origina- tel over could not be learned be ybnd the fact that there had been an old quarrel between the two men which was renewed on this occasion According to the report Perkins who it iis said was very drunk was the age greseprand began to abuse Har dm who is a much older man and finally it is saidstruck him V7ith that Hardin drew his rknife and made some vicious stabsat his opponent Perkins reeeiid a slash across his neck the knife barely missing the jugular vein Another cut was across the ribs and is an ugly wound Dr John Shaunty at tendej the wounded man and j the wounds while painful arc not considered necessarily dan rJ gerous Both oft the partici pants in the affair are wellI known throughout the county Perkins lives on a farm near Booker while old man Hardin lives in the Polin neighborhood Up to the present time we have heard of no arrests being made iORTw TilE CONDITION OFTHE i FIRStNATIONALBANK Afc Springfield In the State of Ken tacky at the doe of busIness May 29 19QS iti1767 J cveCES oana and Discoai ts 221468 77 Overdrafts secured and un secured 558908 U S Bonds to secure cirt culation 5000000 Banking house rurniturejj and fixtures l 500000 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 246538 t Due from State banks and bankers 148717 Due from approved reserv ed agents 1233686- MerchaadlBe 658150 Notes of other Nalonal Bkl u L 63200 Fractional paper currency IIek1egand cents 10926 IAWFOI5CQNEV RESERVE IN BANE VIZ Specie 8612450 Legaltrnder notes 9355001547950 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 6 percent of circulation 250000 IIiTotal 1 e23448S 2 f 7 napiial stock paid in 8 5000000 Surplus fund 200000C Undivided profits less ex penesand taxes paid 590978 National Bank not s out standing 5000000 Due to other National banks 649560 Due to State Banks and Bankers 158552 Individual deposits subject to check 14683162 Tjmf certificates deposit 4262600 Total j 832344a52 STATE OT KENTUCKY COCXTT OF WjtsnJ- tlKOTOS 89 I A C M nrpj Cashier tf the aboVE mined bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of Iknowledge and belief YI A C McElroy Cashier- Subscribed and sworn to before me ttb6thdayofJune1905 J A BODIAVAHH Notary Public f COBRZCT Attest I OHNW LEWIS HM GRUNDY x Director FM CAMPBELL i t 4IS HOIDS f fee Cfea Parltr In the R6b rtstore building fftait to Presbyterian church rt tec crean s rved at alt hours and m any quantity t t4O t p Will alSQtll orders for roast m3iti Jtvlads beiiten biscuit CLkCretc jn time for l I1Iieqrlellt ia early YOtl r ptroage solicited 7 Os ELIZABETH HORD 1 t t = I ff J rwr w rti i J rIifei The ttIUiI Ua4ppU Arnoii rJ the County P pU r l tLftj A as Rprttd by fur rrespdees 1 Valley Hill L Mrs J R ONea who has jbeeaill lor several days is some better at this writing Mrs S P DerxlDgertof Springfield spent last week with her mother Mrs ii R ONeal of this place 3Miss Nellie Cyphers of Louis yule is visiting friends and relll atives in this county this week rMisseg Imogene and Mar guerete Goatley visited at Elm Hill Monday BellCleaver of Lebanon spent l last week in our midst Miss Sue Edgerton who bas been Visiting her aunt Mrs J L Moran of this place for the past week turned to her home atHil1sboroTbursdayMiss visitedI friends In Springfield Friday Miss Beatrice Etfott is spend lag this week at Cedar ViEw Mrs Palmer Goatley and Miss Mattie Tucker spent last week with relatives in Jefferson county Miss Imogene Goatley spent from Saturday until Monday with her cousins Misses Pearl andl Oa GoatleySMrs WF aforan is suffering with sore eyes resulting from a bjurn received recently while cthldngISeveral from this vicinity at tenth d the ice cream social giveri by Mrs L M Gregory for the benefit of the Pleasant Grov church One charming featurE of the affair was the rules The rules were as follows Iso To prevent guests from carrying fruitfrom the table there will be no fruit 2nd Guests nee nt mind paying the fare as the table is well supported 3rd Be sure and eU drink aQd be cool for you may die tomorrow and it will be still hotter 4th Leave lots of manners or the supply will run short And say dont you know it waS the coolest house I was ever in One girl struck the ice like Tosephene when she kissed the kissing bug One fellow got so tool his girl had ti fire him before Ehe could get hin started My advice to every one who attends ice cream socials is 10 have his own change as they dot change at the table The funniest thing that has happened in tbis vicinity JatelrJ happened last week tp Mr WF Moran who salted hjs barn to drive the fleas off aid now he has three Jhands hired to keep the stock from eating the Tarn Probably he will have tosprinkle the salt to melt it in order tto save his barn and stock Speaking oj first one thing andI another I nevfcr saw three girls worse beat than the Misses Goat ley were on last Saturday When they drove down to Cedar Hill apd returned to the Store wher they align ed only for Urescort to drive over to the shop and when he stopped hewas at the shop sure enough a barber shop in Springfield Those gir walked horde alright Mr Thomas Reed seems to have struck a streak of bad luck Only a few weeks past his to bacco barn andother thing were consumed by fire and on last Sunday night his best work atM brood mare died wfth some unknown disease lleaving d fine mule Mr Reed is now in ihe middle of a bad fix and has the sympathy of out citizens Willie Virgin and mother off near Maud visited at the home of their daughter Mrs ReedJ of this place Sunday Jas B Goatley visited rela tires near Mud Thursday Fred VaqArsdale of PoortownJ wasin our midst Thursday to meet Mrs NOB who came from Louisville on the evening train Thomas Reed and wife were in Springfield Saturday on legal business MWayandwifeof Oak Hill spent Sunday with Mr Jas B Goatley N W Janes and family of INDIGESTIONS ECO1U ridfgcstlonmadamIsGrccnsAugwtFJowcr I know oi several other piiysIc1an who prescribe it regularly flndigestiqn is making an awful record beatinglltartfait0It read in the papers daily of appar beingSKddenlr theirdyiitgphysiciancouldbecafledln fThis should be a warning torou vfattacksoftims of acute indigestion had taken a beforenotkavenbytltitingtfceliver fies the upbeway r Uwo sixes 250 anjl 750 All druggist 1h1o1aQllFor sale at Haydons near your town visited relatives near Hillsboro Sunday Mr Earnest Gottley accum panied bv Miss Lelia Walls at tended the Child rens Day affair at Poplar Flat Sunday Jams Moran Jr is visit5ng relatives in Casey and Boyle counties tbis week v Daniel Kelly and wife of near Springfield visited relatives at Poortown Wednesday Thurs day Mrs Sheh n of Science Ball Visited ih this vicinity Sunday UNO Card wellt The farmers made a rush with tobacco setting the last season- SThere was a good deal to set a many yere late in ground Rev E W Summers and family spent from Monday until Fri day visiting relatives in Spencer county r Wefeejlikecodgratulatingthe town of Springfield after the editors t4k about the way iiI i whidhSundy was observed that place We say so mote iit be not only there and in ou county but Inour State and Na lion We trust the time wi- lson j come when Gods commandj of Remember the Sabbath day to keep it Holy will be universally obeyed Crops are looking farly wenI this time The people are1at yas bees We bavnt hadiIi time to search fur drones sup pose though as a matter of fact that there would be no lady drones and surely omarried hustler of the fairer sex would allow her partner to lounge Mr Editor we are glad to sa that we hear some of Card people are going To have tele phone boxes in their houses but the fault we want to find is tha t the line is not making Cardwell as one head quarter and the question we wish to raise is is there not a cheaper line So tha- l feneralol placingamore people in outside connec lion at less cost As we understand the telephone will cost to obtain a box but a tittle sum as in some cases it might seem yet to a man wljo is not wealthy or we might say to the average farmer the amount required i as the saying goes Unot up every day II and while there are perhaps mauy who could ob tain and possibly maintain a box yet their business is not great enough to justify the which would have to be incurred A line which was being built in a certain place the othpr day and only 9 people were going to take boxes we were told would only cost them a little more than 40 at first andthe boxes then would cost but 2 per year So Iit seems to us that we ought have as cbeap goods as any man can sell What is the matters Please let us know Ret Summers filled his ap pointment at Deep CreekSatur day and Sunday Meeting att Cornishville and Freedom the second Saturday ana Sunday- Mr W H Lay bought a fine cow last week for 4250 of S Holiday Mrs Lucy MilburnJs visiting near PornrPrayer meeting the third Satt urday night at the school house We hope to have a good crowd tbeSto loose a fine milk cow Friday night t Mr E G Holidav repors the following trades 28 sheep from Mrs John McMinnis for 415 one cow and calf for 25 1 heifer from Cosby Catlett f or8f cents per pound 1 cow from LeonardI Long at 23 1 cow and calf from fromWmMr Rome Brown bought 4 sheep at 2 cents per pound and 18 sheep and 17 lambs for 90 Several from this place atten ded court at Harrodsb rg Monday SIMPLE SIMON When a man will sell you a fling and Jet it prove its worth before you even promise to pay for it that is selling it on its merits that is the plan of sellirig the Whie Steel Gate MAUD Ocr liltlelpwQ was riot heard from last weekon account of its humble scribe being somewhat on the sicklistbut being so fond of talking he can not long re main silent It does our hearts good to pick up our popular county pa per the News Leader and see that all of our nejghborIng cities are represented in ispages but we pccasiqnally be come negligent and are hot bard rom for some three or 1P11r weeks now Brethern this oiutht not to be U Miss Louise Settle of Booker has as her guests the past week Miss Elizabeth Cummins of Louisville Miss Maybe Tucker Valley Hill and Mfcs Dora t Royalty of this place Miss Nabcy Sheban is visiting p her aunt Mrs Ike Iryin of 01111 pUn Several from hera are anticipating the pleasure of meeting their old friends at the Reunion in Louisville next week 1Miss Maude Yancy Mr Ber nard Wall Miss Lelia Wall and Mr Earnest Goatley attended childrens day at theFtat Sunday Hopebeen tbeIthe funeral of Mr Olive Croake MondayMrber of this church and will be gieatly missed by its members MS5 Laura Shehan of Bloom field visited Mi s Lill Shehan last Friday and Saturday Misses Della and Lydja Virgin w ere in Springfield Tuesday aeveryFridayThery feast as a treat Miss hIll Shehan entertained at dinner Wednesday the following young ladies Misses Anna Jones Mayme Neal Josie Shehan Flora Stallard and Del la Virgin sonrvisited Mr andMrs Thos Reed of Litsey Sunday Messrs Gilbert Donahoe andI Frank UNeal visited here Sun day afternoon Mr Carroll Al Ion also paid bis usual respects to his best girl hereSunday Master Dorchester Crume will spend this week with his grandmother at Croaksville Erie Campbelll was hee Sat urday Miss Louise Settle lead in the Christian Endeavor here Sun meetingIIing as one may guess with such a compitect leader Messrs Will and Clyde Brow were guestsat the home of Mr James Royalty Sunday tMr Henry Royalty is now at Ihome from schooll in Spri g field A numberfrom here attended court last week Mrs Ike Wrifeht and children of Fairfield visited Mrs Kate Shewmak9r the past week Miss Flora Rtallard will re turd to her hone at Fairfield herdmany friendsTftxa eBorn to the wife of WiJliam tHey a fine boy Mr George Gripsby and wife tlebomeofGibbslast week i Miss Hattie Whayne offLouis vill is a pleasant visitor at the- o home of herparents Col R E Whayne and wife Rev JI W Campbell and family have returned from a daughterMrsrodsburg Mrs Martha Nelson and little daughter Katherine Brooks off Marion county were at the home of U P Goode ahd wife Sunday Miss Anne Claybrooke is LexingtonXy iMr James Claybrooke and wife of Springneld were at this place Sunday EN Kimberlin attended County Court in Lebanon Me n day Mrs Clay Brady was in Leb anOn Monday Jacob Peterson was in Lex ington last week John Kimberlin and family visitingtbe iI Mrs Jacob Kimberlin Sunday Mrs P C W Peterson has a- very sore hand caused by falling on a nail vshingIn I11ckviIIe Miss Beulah Thompson is vis iting her sister near Fairfield this week Miss Alice Busby went down itbert Mr Robert Bottoms spent last Sunday at Woodlawn with his hest girl It was also Childrens Day there Mr John Clark has opened Pp a butcher shop on the corner pf Main street Mrs Harry Riley and childrenif yare spending a week i father and mother at Harrc4s f burg i Walter Foley bought a work horse from Jersby Hicfcersop Price 90 I y Mrs Tom Wilson of Willis attended church Sunday Fapdw place Madam Rumor says we ire to nHaveable to tell you in the next letter Mrs Lizzie McMillan and Miss Eya Hatchett are employed toI each tlie public school begin ning in July Mrs McMillan us P hrincipalgjgtant We hope to have a good 1 school a BB m SUMMER GOODSO- ur IIstock ot Summer Goods is most complete including a great variety of Linens New things in Plain and Lace Stripe Ribbons Gloves Paisols Fans Lawnsf Hosiery in Black Tan and Whites for Neckwear Suspender India Linens tWo en Misses and Children iT Porch t Voiles 5QLadieswhichIYII Vudo1ft Porch Shades bestPorchShade navenoother We cordially invite you to us I Cunningham 8 Duncan EB BB3BB m EEa Democratic Candidates Thefollowing gentleman were declared the nominees of the party for the respective county offlce at the Democratic primary held in Washington county begust 6th 1904 They are to voted for at the regular eleci 1905 nFr County Judge B L Litsey For Co Attorney T So Mayes County P Booker Repstnttive W D Olaybrcx ke or Sheriff J S Qsbourne Supt of Schoo1sJ VBuh For Jailer Geo D iCatlett For Assessor T P OBryan W jT Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M r Mrs J L Darnell will sojpn close her music class for tbis- termt and give her as well as her pupils a littlo rest Mr Nat Campbell and wife and Dr and Mrs Barnett spent lastFriday with Mr Sam Davis Campbell Several of our people are going to LOuisville next week to attend the Confederate rcuni n No Secret About It It is no secret thatlor Cu Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck ens Arnica Salve lflt didnt take long to cure bai sore I had ai it is all OK for sore eyes JJ writes D L pre oryof Hope Tex 25c at C J Haydon Pha r macy MOORESII LE Well we have the postoffice but the U S Postmaster has not decided which way the mail is to be delivered by Booker or SpringfieldSince last there has beE born to the wife Wm Bobletfr son to the wife of Jasj a girl to the wife of Geo Grigs by a SOL to the wife of Wm Sweeney of a son to the wife of Jas Huston of Chaplin twin girls Robt Smith shipped a car OBryanCo j within the last week from Boolier Several of our young folks took in Childrens Day at Flat last Sunday Mrs Louisa Settle fell one day last week and bruised herseif considerable However no bones were broken or dislocated Dame Rumor says we are to have a wedding soon Wra G ode and Matt Trim have removed to Springfield There was a large crowd out to witness the funeral of Mr U Croake who was interred at New Hope cemetery last Monday morning His fneral wast preached by Rev Mr Weaver who married Mr and Mrs Croake Iicrowdn yers Hope His remains were taker n chargeby the Masonic order for burial as he had been a mem her of that body a number of reare Newell Hardin and W G Perkins had an alter ation at last Saturday hich resulted in Perkins being I carved up considerably He is ow lying in a critical condition Evervtblnp you eatt win taste good and do good If you take Kings Dyg pepaia Tableti Sold by Haydbns IhLunacy LR CADy SYRUP LLNCUKE fpn p F Sole Hfc chehp Barnboo Shades that on the market Call t i t lI f Summer Clothing hoes and Oxfottfs Blue Serge Coats andant Suits i W L Douglass Co aid Williams Single or Double Breasted Novelty Knee and Co t high grad 3 Mens ad Crash Coat and Pants Suits Scotch Boys Patent and Russia Calf hOM Cheviot Coat and Pants Suits These and OxfordsY More style and wear goods are th0 Hartr Scbeaf er and than any other lines shown he e Marx make are giuhranteed In every Krippendorf Dittman Crfine Shoes respect I and Oxford fbrwomen most visit November ClerkW Grigsby Woodlawn Poplar Commissioners Sale James Welch Pit I Equityirj By virtue of a judgment iind order of sale of the Wagblngton circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 fa the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the1 Court House door in Springfield Ky nON MONDAY JUNE 26 1905 s at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be highestblddarof 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property or sufficient part thereof to make the debt interest and costs as hereinafter set out 5A certain tract er parcel of land lying and being in Washington ChapUnsjnibing at a leaning sycamoari tree oiTthe south bank of Chaplin RIver corner to J P Woford thence with RiverYon theoposite t e hill bighollowMrs Emma Neals line thence with her line Lo Chaplin river on the North thence down said river lo the beginning containing fifty acres wore a Ilesa Amount of Debt 93510 tInterest 407 Costs 3625 Total i 976 Fcr the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved secuiityI or sureties must execute bends pearibg legal Interest from date of sal until paid and having the force BiddenItswillwith these terms MQ LEACHMAN M C W CC CASTOR IiA dForInfants and CMJdren- Thi Kind Yu Hays Always BHgkI f Bears the dSignature of tiZiiJ Notice Notice is Hereby ivefl that the Ordinance forbidding any person tc keep hogs within the corpor ate limits of the town wilt be rigidly enforced and all persons keeping bogs within the carper Springafield Ky are hereby given notice to remove same within ten days from this date This JUI1- e1t8 1905 S J Smock Mayor 0 F Wharton Clerk WaNted IMen and Women in this and Idj ining counties for home Qr traveling work representing and advertising t e Wholesale and Educational Departments of an olu established Manufacturing House Salary 350 per day with expenses advanced Rig furnished ihen necessary posi- x tion permanent references ex changed Address Blew Broth ersCo Home Dept Chicago III 174 Mm cannot bteCoijl by local applications as they connot i each the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf yeas and that ls by cpnstitutlodal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Un lug of the Easrachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it il entirely closed Deafness is the resilt and unless thefnflamms ion can betaken out and this tube restored to ifa normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but aa inflamed con dition of the mucous surI ceDWe will give One Hundred Dollars orRny case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cute Send for circularsfree FT CHENEY Co Toledo 0WSold Druggist 75c 1Takeaton it = Y it KEEP COOL theEaniiIni I 10dotb UbQU1 supply your hdmp WJti m i i of our HOT WEATHER I II COMFORTS f l A GOOD OIL STOVE redaffrlostSlty amces ar l Wicklessli Jl ICE CREAM Ff EEZgRS I thingsji l halzerAbsolutelythel l WelJ JIt lect from in several size and values Jt i t oftThe pcl1oWashing Mac in p sif mIydoes the worik mmSee us abbuttin roofing and plumbi- II1 Mci1roy8huJtz r I The First National Bank I SPRINGFIELD KYJ Gapiful 50000Surplus and Undivided Prints 23OOO 1 t W4LewlsVfcepreeSIIiAl EoSC IGreeJhFMII blJo r I Say Are you troubled with your eyes Do you have the headache N ost of headaches are caused from eyestrain Eye traini ahd lje dtcrj uJi t relieved by Glasses accurately fittedltBaye yptr ey- et tested andglasses tted y WJk Grirsbr ttoe Optima n He has ujj4i st Jj tof Bardstown bteye ments on the mafket Wait for IITi coming tWill be in INgFI PPDAib JME 10 aethe Walton Httel1fr h jnlpoe otestjk 1Eyefittihg and adjusting Glasses He iUtnak SptinejV thesedond Saturday of each moitho t iliid adjust + Glasses If you are troubled witn jqur Ejre ie 6tw Byes Examined Fre t f W C GR1GSY qtptlei n aFdoKyiBilious Bill the sleiy bead early loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him If you shook toiw When bialumbjirs ov rtpok him Puddcaly he started wki g EvVy morn wt Jf day was breaki f hat this magic necromancer ARLY RISERS thats the answer Sold by all Druggists Fotcoagh ero CetcCrckiWrens fvorjt- It contains lo Iite h bIc harmless tastes 104 ftni by all Drujst Lth iiNETbTJL s4 Illdi4sj i f IKE NEWSLEADER t IVW1I yY TUIAY rt t L etilrfltelS rV EaieuLc4it1 issue the t trim warniog iUt ifM bubonic t Ww tM drsftded black death Jfo ttw swd 0 g4gesWinto sweep oyer the r rih dtoake tile dishearten trMg admissioQ that when Iit coots for all the boasted in jiriMs in medicI knb wedge and 4 Wtsfstent of hygenic conditions ilt will De impossiblei almost to stay its eoursfu Dr DeLisle a kdiHg bacteriologist says the J 1p1agi e is but awaiting when the populitionof the earth shall be I iip for the scjthe It may bej Jo year it may be ten before tiS conditions are fruitful fora 4world wide scourge Something v willl arouse the semidormant IIfD6cillua Borne climatic or me j iforological condition will pre itt itself when the pest will strike all over the world practi r soiiiy is sai instant Hence I say trace is threatened by the Jg ia the fourteenth cen 4J ry the plague swept away hun l rtdsof millions of people all Ibutdepopiiljitins many portions it Europe In tho last gouoral epuleuric iu 1879 almost 4000 DpO people perished in India and iGluua Where it flourishes hu 1 BaaE hemp die like flies at the first frostif die iio the greatest agony and torment not more tbat one in a hundred of those Jwho are stricken recovers It is JI virulently contagiousand science v has discoveredi nothing whereby t fe check its spread The plagufe Jhas recently appeared in New iYorkv California Mexico and several of the South American Stages as well as in the Philli pines Australia South Africa and many other places in Europ Its breeding slace however is ia India from whence iit threat J epV tostrike the earth when con 1j itipns are ripe i fee lIDoom heiteliagof impendinpr doom in tHe mmds of many victims of Brights f diMase and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foley Kidney Oure It will cure incipient Blights disease asa diabete and 1ven in the worst cases pWes comfort and relief Slight disorders are cured in a tevf days 1 kad dia1te s In its worst form jtrites Clarion Lee of Dunreath Ind I triea eight physicians without relief r Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Oire made me a well wan ForSale 8IjrThe Red Cross Drug Store I J Tile PKkiitTrlfstr Corn cattle and hogs are thef three great sources of wealth 6f this country and these are all controlled at the buying and selling hy the BeefTrust Hun dreds of shippers and farmers 1 are ruined every year by the constant juggling of the market by the Trust When the price of t cattleor hogs is high any day at the stock markets the shipments j are always few and whenthe shipments are large the prices are always low Why Because thV people of the B6el Trust I p know when every car of cattle starts for its destination and make their prices cordingly l The onlyTeason the price is ever so high is to deceive the shippers into thinking that there is really more than one market There is f but one market and the shipper Jjnay take his stock and he ma- ytbesurprised to find that the price is the same He can sell at the pribe offered or he can ship his stuff home at a greatt loss only to find that the mar ket shows no upward tendency The price would remain the same every day of the year only the trust must be careful that it does not altbgether discourage the stock raisers and force them out of the business Maybe after a while when theTrusts have be gun landJgrabbing they will at tempt to raise their own stock and monopolize the entire stock business from raising to packing Exchange Everything you eat will taste good and dfr good if you tt1e Rings Dys pepsia Tablets Sold by Haydons PhaSmacy Were R1dIin a Cab Robert Dunn white and Jessie Taylor and Artie Leslie colored were arrested as suspected felons by Patrolmen Hayed and Taylor at Fifteenth street and Broad wayoDunn was driving a cab in which the two negroes were riding According to the story told by the officers Dunn refused to tell where he was going or who was in the carriage when the officers approached himI while the negroes are said to have tried to hide from the officers by lying in the bottom of tho cauISeveral robberieSi occurred Tuesday night in the neighborhood where the men wire caught Th burglars who have been committing numerous thefts throughout the cityt lately are reported to have useJ carriages in going to and leaving the scenes of their work A loaded revolver was found when Taylor was sea hed and an additional charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon was registered against him The cab had been driven through an al Icy in the neighborhood before being stopped the officers Tne cases were continued in the Police Court to give the police further time to make in vestigation Louisville Times Queer Lot of Name 1ssDeath was brought to the Ger man hospital in Phlladelphlja to be operated uponJor appendicitis She was a daughter she said of an undertaker The name of the surgeon whowns chosen to perform the operation wa- sDyeDr Frank Hatkett Dye When the Operation was over Miss Death was placed in charge1 of two nurses Miss Payne is the day nurse Miss patientrecoertdbade goodby to Dr Dyej Miss Payne and Miss Grone Fuel Cautious In Aberdeen cap be found a court pofilclirl who Is as good type of the canny Scot as one would meet nny where Ou a rent occasion an Important witness tailed =appear and the Judge was furious Why Isnt lie here 1 demanded his hbnor Its his duty to be ber Where Is hc1 I1e official with true Scotch canni ntss replied Wee Ill nqsay for tljatbut hes dcadv The Absurd Poort Give you a nickel sad Miss De Style Oh no I never dispense promiscuous alms Why do ytrp not ob tain employment Please mnm was the timid reply I have smaO baby and people wont be bothered by a woman with a child Then yoq absurd creature why not leave the fchild at home wIth Its nurse Philadelphia Bulletin i Stuttered Qnl the Cliild Name Flanqery It seems his full name Js Dlnnls K K K Casey TTtials all thlra ITsfur Finnegan Nothln Twas the fault of his godfather stut terln wiilu he tried to say Dlnnls Ca sey Philadelphia Lodger The excessive love of money Is one of the widest doors to tho penitentiary Cleveland Leader r Jumped His J81I We are told that an old darkey was given a job in a graveyard in this county the other day to rcut up a fallen tree Along about dusk a man in that neighbor hood strolling by noticed him at work and picked up a handful of pebbles hid in some tall weeds and let fly one of the stones at him The darkey looked up quickly expecting to see some bad boy but no one being in sight he gazed up and down in puzzled bewilderment and shaking his head went bjfck to hi workngIpebble hifhim on the back and ajjain he stopped atd peered about and up in the trees try to decide wiure iittcame from Being unsuccessful he started to work again keeping one wary eye open for u possible intru1er but when apparently out Of space another pebble hit him hedrop ped his tools took seyerallflying leaps to the fence and bounded over it without hitting a plank He hired aman to go after his tools Harrodsburg Heralfl IQnality ys QprtllT Hard muscles and strong body do not depend ou thequauUt of food yoi eat ton iU perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all nourishment out of alt food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This bnilds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indigestion dyspepsia belching sour stomach etc Sold by all Druggists VMonstcrDam Mr J D Cosby of Kansas City and the owner of the Cosby House in that city is on Round stone about six miles from Upton where he is doing some prelimi nary surveying to putting in a great dam there He informs theNews tltthe dan will be 300 feet long and 40 feet high and willbe a solid rock wall This dam will be the very largest in Kentucky andi will much resemble the gent dam in Cali fornia which furnishes practically all the power in San Frau cisco one hundred and seventy miles away There is an enOr- mous water fall of Roundstone creek and an abundance of wat3rMr Cosby will put in twd large turbine wheels and these will be connected with dye namos The power developed by the dam will exceed two hun dred horses The dam will cost 12000 and will be built by Mr Cosbyat his town expense The town of Upfbn will be lighted and heated by the electricity furnished oy the power from the dam and after that is installed Spnora and Elizabethtown will be reached Mr Cosby will re turn to Kansas City in a few days and early jn the fall work bn the dam wjill be beg n ETown News Xoo1 BYSDCFIa Car- eDigestsallclasses of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures dyspepsia Indigestion stomach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tis sues Gov G W Athinson ot WVa says I have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold by all Druggists r ki t t ttttttIBuggles by the CarLoad a Is how we deal1 in vehicles to supply our tradeeWC have two warehouses full of buggies pf all styles and prices and have something to suit rerybody I Plows Wagons and Other Implements a I Wehan le the gen ineOliver Chilled Plows Old Hitkory Studebker and Champion Farm Wagons and the best drills and seeders o9themarket f We carry a full ine of Collars H mes Plow Gear andf Wagon Harness or all kinds 1 w fl It If you contemplate building a fence investigate our ife PA rp and ELWOOD FIELD FENCI Nn9nebetter Vfe ft h- J Agents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best m kesI 7 McClure 8 Wells t4 i 1 7 = rc TENTH x KENTUCKY Another Old Soldier Writes of War Time Experiences IEditof of NEWSLEADER As I have had the pleasure of reading one etter iia your paper writ- tenI by my comrad M V Crouch Co D 10th Ky i and he is so anxious to hear from our com rads and as memoi al day has passed I will try to write a few linesin memory of the dead Our company was raised in Washington and Marion counties W B Wriley was Captain William Hupp First Lieutenant S N Porsey Second LieutejaTaat We were mustered in the fall of 61 at Camp Crittenden Lebanon waFtobegan to lose our strength by sickness hardships and deaths In the winter of 01 and 62 we tost several of our good bovs The first year of our service we had the following deaths in out company from hardships and ex posure W T Crouch William tylontgomery Davis jKippordan FrankIWakedel4j Flecher Mouser K S Skimmerhcrn Later on in 63 we lost more of Our good boys Thomas Parish died GB Garrison W T Ewing Charley Steward James Hag n Thomas Price all killed or died from wounds James Crouch and James Yoeura two of our best boys suffered and died m prison Andersonville Well coinrads it wont be long till we all answer the last roll callOn decoration day I would have been glad if we could have visited all the graves of our com rads and have taken some flow ers to strew upon the graves of those we loved 40 years ago I IJR YOCIIM Adel Ind Co D 10th Ky DYimr of Famine is in its 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 consumpiion its first stage writes Wm Myers tryingdifterent doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured ma Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs coldfOte throats bronchitis etc Positively pre vents pneumonia Guaranteed price50eandbottle free Halt a Century The home longing is one thing that time never dulls This was proven last week when Mr Geo W Whitenack of Greenwood Ind came back to visit his old Kentucky home Fiftv years ago he left here and in that time he has formed new ties and prospered in a worldly way but his affection for his native soil has never diminished He remembered Graham Springs in all their splendor and thought they were still in fulf blast and was very much surprised on go ing to the spot to find that the large hotel ball room abd cottages that had burned during the war had been replaced by many beautiful homes He says that the only thing at all famil Prepbyterian 0 him just as it did fifty years ag Harrodsburg Herald Astbina Mm llonii Know Hit FoloysIoney and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Bues ing 701 West Third St Dayenport Iowa writes A severe cold con tracted twelve years ago was neglected ThelhestFoleys Honey and Tar was recommended and one fifty cent bottle en tirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on me fortwelve years and if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suffering For sale by TheRed Dross Drug Store Historic Old Water MillIShelby Sentinel On the class- ici banks of the Fox Run Creek four miles northwest of Shelby ville on the old Akin road there stands todaymarked by the rava ges of time a once famous old water mill For mote than three qmartersof a century this mill supplied the wants of farmers living in the counties of Shelby Jefferson Oldham Henry and Spencer it was no unusual sight to see some dozen foiirhOrM wagoos ata time in the mill lot CAmped for tije night The jno iypower ww supplied IIby art over shot water wheel IJ some sixteen feet in diameter supplied with buckets the water being conducted into buckets by means of floods gates and chutes this large wheel aas in almost constant jnotion from early in the faIr till late in the spring the grinding season lasting about eight months during the busy season it ruu all night In the jear 1816 John JOhn- ston his wife and four sons Stephen Billy Smith and George emigranted from Virginia and settled ona farm en the waters of Fox Run and built this mill The first story is of solid stone the walls being two feet thick forty feet square and ten feet high the second and third st rles are built of timbers all made by hana and all put together with wooden pins the roof was made of handmade shingles and put in with wooden pins The older brother was installed as head miller and operated it till 1833 when hedied in 1840 his widow married Alpha Hampton Who operated it for 50 years adding many modern improve ments In 1890 he retired from active business sold all the old machinery and ince that time the mill has been used as a gen eral warehouse An incident in connectionwilh the old mills history is that one of thfe John stons who was ail eccentric old bachelor was seen with a small iron box in his possession containing all of Ins earthly poss essious bank notes coins and other valuable papers only a few days before his death and the legend goes that this box was buried semewhere about the Walls of the old mill He died very suddenly and no trace of the missing treasure was ever found Deafness Cannot liee Corel by local applications as they connot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafc ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed conditiontaf the mucous Un ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed YOU have a rumbI ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflamma Lion can be taken out and this tutie restored to its normal condition bear tag will be destroyed forever nine t qaiea out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamedcon t dition of the mucouS surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Core Send for circularsfre F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7ScdTake Halls Family pation the Oldest WomaN v Probably the oldest woman in t the coonty is Mrs Lucretia Whittinghili who was born near Rose Hill in 1810 She has never had a serious illness in her life and still possesses all her faculties to a remarkable degree For some time she has made her Home with herr daughter Mrs Elizabethi Peajvler aged 72 and is much more active of the two She was born and raised near Rose Hill and has always lived within a radiusof a few miles of where she first saw the light j yet in spite of the apparent nar rowness of her life she is a woman of wide knowledge and unusual inteliect Harrodsburg Herald RIGHT TIlE TO dllRI UATARRlt l rl t The Red Cross Drug Store Guaran tees Hyohiel Will Cure If Used Now t The early summer when the weather becomes warm and set tIed is the best time of the whole j year to treat catarrhal troubles with the expectation of complete and lasting relief Everyone who has catarrh or even a tendency to catarrhshould use Hyomei now for the benefit will be gained twice as quickly and the disease thoroughly erad icated from the system The complete Hyomei outfit costs but one dollar and includes a neat pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and sufficient Hyomei for several weeks treatment The inhaler lasts a lifetime and if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for 50I cents In J3pringfield there are scores of well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Hyo mei If it does not cure you The Red Cross Drug Stare will return your money This ishe strongest evidence they can offer as to their faith in the remedy Lliktal i Strike Monday ftrsoou about lour 0c1OOk waWe POWI141In his el- 1Ii IeOr4 oiKaott oflCede c0gi fwbo Uves on cecil Hlil I pin of Mauldraurb Hill ghtnIn and hi I horse was killed whiJe he was severely stuned At that time the sky was apparently clear only a very small cloud was to be seen Leonard arid his brother iJoe were plowing in the middle of the field not near any trees when the bolt came down no doubt attractedby the steell plow which killed the horse and stunned Leonard Joe as soon ettingibiscamefor1Whenthere he found him in semi un conSCIOUS condition with his sufferingfrom his pulse very unregular Tues day morning his condition was improved and he bids fair to be out in a few days His brother Joe who was about 20 feet away at the time was knocked down and Tuesday was suffering from the effects claiming to feel sore all over They had just refused an offer of 125 for the horse that was killed New Haven Echo HflieMs f It WBS a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease as that ot Ci F Collier of Cherokee Ia but Electric Bitters lid 5t Re- wrItes My kidneys were so far goneX could not sit ona chair without aCushionj and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however 1 found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health Ij recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guar anteed byC J Haydon Phar macist price 50c SrrawdChared The grand jury this morning indicted J R Walker on the charge of issuing warehouse receipts for whisky which at the jj time was not in possession of the warehouseman Walker who i was a distiller and warehouseman at Lawrenceburg is accused of tt having sold receipts on his ware t hOUSA for seventyfive barrels of whisky to William C H Borg mann when as a matter of fact there was no such whisky as that described in the receipts In Ithewho is of this city claims that he paid 1300 for the allegedc fraudulent receipts The affair occurred in March 1903 ands Mr Borgmann claims that he- elayed prosecution lin the hope he could get the return of his money The defendant was a formerly a prominent distiller but is now not in the liquor business The punishment in casec of conviction is from one tQ fiVE years in the penitentiary Timeitll1othZ lii a OJer iaziiie Is courting death more suddenly but ot more surely than neglecting kid ney disorders Foleys kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued use will cure the m obstinate cases It has cured uany people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be In bladtdert Foleysb Kidney Cure toclay before it too late For sale by TheRed Cross Drug Store Taken ti AsylomH George B Warner who was recently declared insane atd bYISqeriff tHopkinsvillet Frank Carroll Warners sen t tence was commuted to life im prisonment by Gov Beckfiam after the inquest and At any ime he is declared to be of sound mind be will be transferred to ii the penitentiary at Frankfort Sheriff Spptnitt received the order for Warners compaitment to theasylu n from Gov Beck ham yesterday morning and the prisoner was taken away atnoon yester1Ida was disappointed when be learned he was to go to Hopkinsville inIstead of Lakeland Before lea ing he thanked Jailer Pffanz and Prison Evangelist George L Herr for kindness shown him during his stay in jail Courier Journal p Wanted IMenand 0rJtradvertising tue Wholesale and Educational DepartmenU of an olu Mtaishe Manufacturing HQUeBSlary 1850 per day with txppuMt advanced Big furnished tpry posit P5SI5IeC5S ex changed Addr M Blew rQthII en Co Home Dept 111j74 r L + 4 4 c Everything NEW and upto date in the f SPETA CLI3 LfNBw1The BEST the mllrkeL affordainThe aof Tsad t Examinl Eyes Fogging SYt II1OPtba1speTrial casa etc 1 f i Our method has always been to please our crtomcm Get OUR PRICES on f SOLID QOIfD FKAJ11I3S l They WilLSURPRISE you Dont hesitate kp j ay You Must Show Me Im From Missourj tJ borne JiQ tithe pleasure is oars B M RUSSLJLs w H f 11News NilesI It was announced at the White House that the President would start 6n his f Southern trip on October 17 and that the extra ordinary session of Congress which he proposes calling will not begin until after the elections in November Felix Feltner was fonud guilty of contempt of court at Winches ter and the jury tIxed his punish went at two years imprisonment at hard labor in the county jail and assessed a fine cf 3000 Feltner was placed in jailThcre is no time for the trial of tho other contempt cases at this term of Court and a special term will be called for Septem her to try the Hargises and B F French Rep1ts from St Petersburg gay that no conclusion has been eachlby the Emperor in re gard jto the continuance of the war and that hs has about de ided to calls national assembly to decide the question and thus hift the responsibility A request for an armislic is regarded as a possibility though iit is ccnsidered hardly probable that national assembly can be cUed and reach a decision belore the resumption of hostilities in Man uria The Lewis bind Clarir exposi ion at Portland Ore was opened yesterday President Roosevelt pressing the key which started the chimes in the Gov ernment building Ceremonies were held at the same time in Portland The President delivered a short address in the East room tofa number of distinguish i Jests and congratula tory messages were exchaBged etween him and President Goode of the exposition Rockefeller Profits t Standard Oil Co has just de ared a quarterly dividend 6f 9 per share making a dividend to stock holders of 25 per share For the first six months of the present fiscal yeai The divi ends paid stockholder llast year on 100000000 stock was 33 000000 and the profits will be about the same or more this year No wonder theschool boy in the geography class when asked to name The Capital of the United States pliedTht Standard Oil Co O TIE lEftS H +H 1 i iU ss Detroit Puferto Plata Santo Domingo W Lay 18 l9i5 Special to the NEWSI XDER Yesterday A 630 pm as OtJr ship was leavdg this brborto litO to Ffiara POitj Riec Itargt prCtic th was run upom a reef di9ftbliii iMrprbr pell r aid otherwise crij p4ittf brselftosnchitxtitastuunfitj her for the trip TIM Captain is under arrest awaitngjan rililyediq gation It is the gecerml iim pressioQ tbathmu aC7P der head of a for iriri ivsei for rai tk1I t tsteered the ship Thi4wi1I icoavene immediately and the Jfjship will double U Qraraori l horns for repair J JJG THOMPSON 1H 1 4J Some day ycju will get a bed scare when ycju fe1 Iitia your bows atd feir j peodi citis Safety liei in JDr j Kings New Life Pills j a sire cart ford all bowel and stoacidioses such as headacne biliovsMes costiveaess etcj GrmLralined at Haydons Pharmacy omly 25c Try them A L 4r trY ON faseisosii 0 It iJudge Walter Evips oUMe 4 F United State District Court iii handed down ai decision disinies ll- ing the bill of John ljbo as aad others afains 2 Grtn county The suit was jfiled ii 1894 sad was similar tt0 the eekbrated action of L GiiQ inljj the New York broker jigainst ta SMM defendant The amount iBiJelyeH was yearly 100006 Taie CAM MM I been bitterly oil fp yeejrt but when adecLsIoii jf sr ode ed adversely d QiujaII some time ago it a ioed a fort oo conclusion that threinaisder of the cases wol i bijdisfcftsd of IB a similar manner J The hoods wjire a sied to baUd the Cumberland 4ica Viitej railroad butvjcrt ri oiUaiedefi I- thagk4uds ibat if railroad YIO a oV ag 4 pd 1Ailelt to run thro ittyPotrr itL CAS7ORIRJlwhfaati ali4 DH M Yn Hayt Ahrtrt B ti IrGClt 4L II SEHHBBBBBEBE = ibasC W HAGAN LEO rLkY1xN jJON 4ARcy t 1 = SpringfjeidCarrie tiJt iP EVERY JOB GUARAItTEEDI 1 tII If Jour work paseyoui usIsatisfaction means our t Success H t tAAny ftlJ1d AnyGdor PRICES FROM 6 UP I W BLAM8ERJMaoera IIK r w I T r Ouceri1he BorderE4 Author of tJenrue 3axier- FCyih JS J9urrialki Licirlii 1q sIftc l A Ac rtne wound with the SJHIcd a sash tightly round j IMylifiTaJdagti leathern flask from I pocli he forced some Jluid be jeen tlw gray lips and TVentwprth r wftk a l1oig sIghs opened his eyes Its nothing to boast of said Jtaii trOo t carelcsslyf I have ridden twenty wiles worse mangled Can you sit your Itoree If I put you on him God O God moaned the youth near t weeping Fool that I was to risk aH foe the chance of a word Tilt theres do risk Yoofll be right g Bdlubargh lathree weeks Tbree weeks Ohmy God Would k baLI killed me outright Wkit is troubling you Anything 1 Jnwk4cti I Can help I see 3tm flre no 1oard and it is not alone the wound journeyIThe prone Invalid made no reply but giosalngl turned his face to the turf r is Harken cried Armstrong earnest c lf Although our acquajntan4e Is of tb stwrtcsf I would dearly jtave to 4a JQV a service I will go to Oxford Jwr you and do there whatever you wish donet Tb speaker reddened as he said this Uad fite coBseience reproved him for tkttf making use of the others in jr titr although he maintained stout ly to himself that he was honest in kl proclamation The stricken youth was no less trou Med hi naiad than In body feeling him self a treacherous wretch accidentally well psnlshed but he too inwardly braced his weakening purpose by the I thought that he acted for the good of his country attraction tending toward 7 The speedy return of peace fielp n e to ay horse he pleaded iigiMtrlncthe prdfter mat made to hUnj 1 ut jet hoe andIeara ther 4 IAaI- ert VWM lift you to your a4 i 4 rb powerful Scot raised him as if s ere a child and with a womans- 4ethim gently on lila horse He got Into lifs own at so promptly that iff steadying hand Was on his 4eomra heS shpuider before the swaying couttt do more than threaten a fall ls This wari you say Weatworta nodded wearily and thq two set oiit slowly for the highroad Despite their awkward going the edl lice they sought was soon In sight t situated in a park to which a wind lug lane led from the maua thorough l lfire Tbe place seemed deserted and AS they nenred it Wentworth showed 1faint anxiety that he might reach his room unobserved peIPa8i My sister must be told of course and a doctor brought but I wish to r iavoid a rabble of gossiping servants L attLeiuft i I will carry you wherever you di A irtet and if we meet any one e must I enjoin silence Can you Indicate the position of a private door through t I which we mdy enter i The mot private door is the most public door The front entrance will likely be deserted I would walk but that we must hurry or be seen Take iL wme up the utalnmd to the second room i j jonyour right That Id always ready t for me The Soot took the youth again In his arms and speedily laid him on his ojvn bed The Jolting despite the care TtaLen had shifted the rude bandage f and the wound bled afresh Arm strong anxious for the safety Of his 4 burden had not noticed that Tils oWn i doublet was smeared with blood With the better appliances now at hand he f did what was Immediately necessary i and revived the lads ebbing strength with a second draft from the leathern bottle A sound of singing came to them as he finished his ministrations That Is Frances my sister breath ed Wentworth with closet eyes IBreak it gently to her and sy T am r iot dangerously hurt She wll know 1vhattodo CHAPTER XV IItMSTRONG stepped out Into I the hail closing the door soft t ly behind him The melody was coming from the broad I stahjwny and ceased asxthe singer Eecmed to pause on thoianding He remeinbotl that L3g as be came up yf- lingf 1Iti11II1iI He stood hiesitat undecided whether to advance as fjir as the head of the stair or await Xhe coming of the girl where he was Then he heard her volce evidently calling through the open window I J John there are two saddled horses ft under the trees See who has come Armstrong strode forward to the stair bend t fYour pardon madam he said One ofethe horses is mine the other be Ilongs to your brother May I ask the man to look after them The girl turn Bd quickly her dark eycs I Iwide with alarm Inw the mind of the iBtruder looking down upon her from his elevation flashed the words of her brother It simply means you V have not yctthet th right woman r j When you meet hdr you will be in as j great a daze as that in which I found you at the crossroads She Is magnificent he said to him t selL With her mass of black hair fall lag in wavy cascade over her sboul- Uersi4 her midnight eyes appealing and v dashed with a fear that swept the f color from her cheeks she looked a pallid goddess My brother she cried at last 4 What Of him Then noticing the f 1 blood on Armstrongs coat she gave tI utterance to a startled exclamation a r moving a step forward and checking herself Is he wounded Has there been g battler Whore Is he Hfe is wounded but not seriously I brought him to ills own room Without another word she sprang up iV tke air past her interlocutor and alefljT the haP disappearing lno I Invailds chamber Armstrong 1p tot it best not to Intrude at tie fit of A peUng so pasled n the staJr and out to the rben he f und JHL old servitor guard ihrer them Armstrong tai So the 1ttet- p e6 Ms owtt horse to a stall o osakWie and brt aM remorW idu w3 v B4k1R as water wouia flo it uolug toward the house be met the girl My brother says you toll him the wound la not dangerous Is that true she asked Quite true Ive bad a dozen worse myself he replied with encouraging exaggeration But he wilt have tc lie still for a month or more He says that Is Impossible butfl told him he shall do as the doctor orders duly or no duty t am going tc send for Dr ilarsden so pray pardon me I have already sent for Dr Mars den I took that liberty for It is bet ter in such a case to lose no time The girl turned and walked to the house with him He round the patient restless and irritable The wan white ness of his face had given place to ris lug fever His eyes were unnaturally bright and they followed Armstrong with a haunted look in them When Dr Marsden arrived he went about his work in Businesslike lash ion A physician of that da had ample experience with either gunshot or sword wounds each being plentiful enough to arouse little curiosity respect lag their origin He brusquely turned Armstrong and the sister out of the room after having requisitioned what materials he needed and the two stood together in anxious and somewhat em barrassed silence on the landing with in call if either were needed The girl was the first to speak I fear my brothers case is more dangerous than you would have me suppose she said In tremulous voice Not from the wound he answered From what then silo asked hi sur prise I do not know He has something onhis mind 1 saw that from themo meat he was hurt He is very braye and this accident jn itself would make hiittle impression on him My acquaint ance with him Is but a few hours old yet I know he Is afearless youth Are yon aware of a mission that takes him to Oxford I have not the least knowledge of it I heard nohlnt of hjis going and he said nothing of his Journey when we spoke together He told me he had expected a corn rade who had failed him Cromwell himself gaye him a pass for two He said be was to see the brother of his sweetheart who ls with the king in Oxford That is very likely Tile two were great friends always even when they took opposite sides in this deplorable contest which is rending Our distracted country There must be more than friend ship in this Journey otherwise Crom well would not have given him such a pass as he holds If I can render service to him in Oxford I shall be glad to undertake his commission Do you then go to Oxford asked the girl Innocently turning her disquiet and disquieting eyes full upon him ri had no such Intention whenl set out stammered Anristrong abash ed that for once his natural caution had forsaken him It matters little how far south I go and I am willing tch doan errand for at friend I took hlju for a royalist at first and saw jio danger in lila purposc but If he be a parliamentarian then Oxford is a place to avoid Did he not tell you he was a parlla mentarlan questioned the girt now alarmed in her turji No You told me so I You must be mistaken sir gave you no information about my brother j You said his friend in the kings forces had not thought the less of him because he took the other side iI nth distraught with anxiety about him and gave but little heed to my words I would have you remember only what thy brother himself told you Their conversation was Interrupted by the opening of the door and the re appearance of the doctor The girl could not conceal her trepidation for the nontechnical strangers assurances had slight weight with her Thomas is doing Very well very welt Indeed said the old man You have no cause for alarm not the slightest if he can but he kept quiet for some days and rest where he is for a few weeks You attended to him sit and I take it that you possess a smattering of our art I have need of that knowledge doe for replied Armstrong for those who have done me the honor to run mo through rarely had the considera tlon to make their attack within easy call of a surgeon 1 Then turning to the girl the doctor said Your brother wishes to speak with you and I have reluctantly given my consent You willstay With him as short a time as may be and I wUI be here to see that you do notoversttfp a reasonable limit One word more Do not argue with him or dispute aujv thing he says no matter how absurd it may seem Agree to any proposal he makes even tf you know it cannot be carried out He is evidently dis turbed about his duty Soothe him soothe him and concur There Is little use in telling a lad In his condition that duty must whit till wounds are healed but he will recognize that fact when he Is well again Meanwhile hu mor him humor him Away and Til count the minutes till you are out again I will find John and send hint for a competent nurse Frances opened the door gently and met her brothers hungry eyes She sat down beside him taking his fe vered hand between her cool palms Oh Im a doomed man a idoomed map he groaned t J Nonsense Tom The doctor quite agrees with the stranger that your wound is not dangerous1 1 was not thinking of the wound That floes not matter What does then dearT Sister ttys morning at daylight I was to Jbavc been taken outaud shot The glrJs hands tightened on hjs Crpmwcll himself roprjevcil me last night but on conditions The sentence still hangs overjtne antI now Im help less to avert itfc aiid all through my own folly Oh tifiivrc been a heedless fool Wjth every incentive not to tiike risk I have walked blindly Yes dear yes tell m6 how I can tild youH Hkgays he wilt doanytjflS golL mere ii ar trr and he looks lke n man to4 tru6t lr- VTiust hliiil he cued llputiy Frances Praneps Hisosiilnst Jiiw I am going to Oxford The man 4ea spy carrying a incaavse to the king He is inteiferios in a qUarrel that should be uo concern of his u4 Lila life already forfeit as inflCJ l IsHJie case with my own But tlieiirice of ray life Is the thwarting of him The king will give him a commission to be takon to the Scottish nobles It Is that docu mont I wiis to rend trout him by force if necessary by cunnmg if pogsrtWe I was to give him evejy ald lo red Ox ford but on the vay bade I was to gala possession of this coiniulsslon nl rld4 to Cromwell with It thou life ainl promotion were mine and now I lie here helpless as a trussed fowl A ftatSsouie treacJilSiOtiB tsak ft r a man to put upon the shoulders of a boy But look you Frances tfe but meojt lag treachery with treachery Ann strong has no right inthls contest nd his success means a new blase of war with the loss of thousands of inuocent lives It moans the possible trioiaiih of the kind who murdered our fathqr and broke his pledged word to him nut to you And seenalngtrjckerjt may lie real mercy as in this caseit is for If Cromwell cannot obtain the kings let ter by stealthy means ho will crueh this Armstrong as ruthlessly aa he would crush a gnat By no po aJblUtj can tills Scot over see his laud again If he holds that fathl instrumcit for lip whole army s watching him But nce bereft of it he is free to go as Iw pleases This simpleton thinks ho has deluded Crouiwoll uud Is blundering on through a foolspiradise that brinUes with unseen swdrife If I were hl dearest frioHiI I ccNiid do him no great er service that Jofpurloin the docu meat df doonvhc iill carry wh nho turns his tacc northjagnhi What do you wish mo totoT gkcd the glrl In a low vwlco her cyo taring into space her hand trombibag with an prehonslon at what she knew intuitive ly was to lie roijulred of her Frances dertr you once tbbk a jour ney alone to London tp see out rather Again yon went the sumo road to aid him If you could and filled to Our lasting grief through the supin n ts8 Df a thrice perjured inonarclj Will you refuse to set out on a shorter ex pedition not for my sakot only al though the saving of joy wortliicsS life will be otto effect of your aucceae but z a aJW I iiiut or our imiiy i i already devdtke Iad wIth boedr il1 It she aakl qtIy iMug 5jxojj ng Ovf ranil jkb iut Him Phniccw Ke silt UtmlKjly n Biootbcr you nr jiOtI hjr vels own pss hare no fear In fae of jh e i the ni my or icy part of It ratwt stint rrady to akl you If you call itpotiit old inni ride be tnd amllok after ywa Altimi li tit pitee tuentkitw two 0117 ltii ao recy Sng that they wnrOoubtlew tnko It to liicttdc n servant Any atibonHnnte will hesitate Hrfore UP Arttry use carrying so broad a iwrBntl from wefl IdfuaHf Yesyes 1 haIl iet WIthuso dim culty yvu may be sure You have al ready talked too murnlaaA the doctor will wiwure tie tJoodby Tots Get ispwdily well snA that will bo ray reward for I swear to you bf our fa tlkr memory that myJtau1sbaiI give Into ttrt uvpUV ttie klmf pai bment- St l Arnistun to we were lila parting oeds to Jher Armstrong tUcrAiin shortly fifter Fhinces had left it llite will never tia cried the Scot djccrflj The doctor la in decpalr over tin tiipe your sistEr apent with you and lie Is at this moment eiiidinf her Me he Has threaietM jrltit diiQit penalties If I exceed n cant minut SoJ shall just have to bid you fare well and be oft wishing you qai k re coverj Awnstrong ectId the boy huaklly My sister wuat taKo to the Oxford road and lemady my default Will you bo her comrade t1ett and back Aa faithfully as ever belted knight attended fair la ly replied Arin truug lila cyva KOddct y aWazo irttti joy Joluiwlil ahead et 4J j4 eOze your good sword will nitcet liar If need be You may take oath onthat I give yon the pass h1eh te safe conduct for you both aiid I think ti will serve to covor John as well If npt ya rl dw n might him as far as 3fsn4hsster My oflr rfll shield pie as far as Manchest rjaftl tbs wiU more np nroprHUdy eojf v your aintcc and hei wilLImanngabout tMt I givayoq tll yjlDrd of a Scottiiti g ijtii9an I w1Uv4ye for your as if abC womy ovrn4 Armstrong took tjie pfcae whlcn was nor onilndfusly sftLlnKa red Ho jsnuqj ed lila Buppooa friend by the baud hImtchoked for t feelIng of stronj Wklnjf for tiLe niiu olmcit ovrpttsrcrcd huu lIt t f Usnrs Uili liilll Mionf liUiaisP was alr Mily biting wors tlina tbo vril Ju hs sitlf Thf rT vr turi tsl fir n luonunt nt tbCIUr waved hits hand and called to him to lle of good cheer A sob broke from the lads throat and wjkjy he cursed the exigencies of 4CliiPl VI 1g HEN AnusCrjang loft the room q wuofc tio wtiunded boy lay V V he found Dr Marsdeu alone ladiM up awl doym the longI ball visibly ipapatlcnt However ln appeared gmttflwl that the stranger lund contented lilofiBOlf with so short an InterVIcwl Armstrong isulu tlie practitioner fare well and this proved the last he was tos oof him Tlnf young man went to the stablea to toed and water Bruce not knowing how 30011 he might havo need of him Returning to tljo hOuse he met Fran cos Wentviorth evidently in search of hlnii It seemed to him site had beet weephi and thre wa Ta perceptible1 ebauige In the e4rdIalhtuf her ian uer toward Ulmf kLe reared this wtt p rhans jto Uo aceotuitad for by the admiration of her bait which his glanceg mISt ive betrayed and rfirtolvlkl to bq soor careful In future altlioock it was tlBHctflt to repress fbi cxqltntfen UoMt tthe project of being her comipMpioa oy a long and possibly daaijrcr i podltfon 5hiss my iKQ wr spoke to you dli emy yteit to OsfprdrVaJioiiakea Yes Would it be aia convenient to you to set out tojtiorrqr nrorniiiig as this after nooivr 1QuIte it lttcr In Tact for my borae Had lMtd a y of Itye tcrthiy tMTeilng f dst know kox many niilea rrtltap yoia can tell mp Wbwe I am f oid gt no inforqin tksn from my srtyJaUtbrL i aYou nfuWtIn part of Dur ikmenr the rl j bonkr Vhsvtb4tAw tnrmer than thngbt A dc5t refit wlH Cp no bath t tlc borse I thaadc pu1the girl said sonjeJ wliat prtely 3 a hcLtunv d away Then pacslj n jEl4 s5ttio a tiw ment sle cootiiiood with face fcalf averted My bltn are twla anti perhaps tfc jofo ercted t eaflr otluron tiiat aerostat I wfivW dq ncythrai for lUiu I rih to stay ant soy the nurse WLf I tiAnwuittV mMo ill Ifiin PUT THIS PASSIN SAFE KgtlO J4U Crooi entered pslst1 Gz na4 I w1si I w1re LP loll howcwaplrtrty rgyirpattilie rttlr jrom A tami I Know your brother iw short a l1Vl 11 oujy to lsid trbe of ttt tMfttart Wftav to Jilur Thl grsd0 esvsl tIM riot apper to Uar0 tljt effect km rlted trucc a frowtt marred the am seal ot tite a fir i fws add bt bee csynyrwwM if a rtrawspr V io bcrotfbeil tgl tlwmrtM It1eibl4 I ruasuj4 i Mee41y nun MhJly Iutit the Id ilonbt about tb tr imfli I thank j rte irmard dst 554441tt b17It va rerr rty n xt nvorolJig xvttn Arinntroojt tot WhI black lioriw la the tone under t trww wthlutf lar Lila fair clMtrg rho ae tded to fxcrclpo the privikfp of Her sex in U4nr bite Old Johiv fea atteody mounted on 4 iHMil tUfct b des carrying him wpi peek lioraeor tbc luggage repaired By the yotmt bdr tt her raY4la WhMi tie girl apptmtd AmiKirong ctepp d f rwitnl to offer hb tituii tnucf but lit was a fraction df a second too lato for Utoar e hfaii sa was lu her ti4Jp anfl atnwr bfte to could ttef w He admired Iflit ease with whk she afcowptWbedj tbhi net and rtnr if owe sum practical boratrroman on too to wtb liar auled as lj was wlftr Ute 1U 9be rodeiewn the lane to th railn road then tsrj1- srtb iwyev lhElar naiYtswdd tI icnie she wt JtntvIn iinrry1ng d cl lu If K WtrP4wr pnriKjae fo g oat of JjH aa Coon as poxsihle bf ristrengIttali ra4lagf went Oa1 ponfltfeotly never timiJn her hvtil tu It vHo arid out he vrefp to be Uie lender of the ox ediHon Hi lanchod qt ftb at tbla Then gatnerl rSti BroecT minirins no other h14 Aenpefl out jnd oVertock the Uorae trout flrre youniy pins marked out rKoixnce to tilt roads wo may take Jhotoviiaf we are to paaa through avohFV Ue asked ts We will rMeh York totilsUti tl pa fofiajpr thi London road as far S JaJrfora After tnsit we rHhcli sout test Hifd sr Northampton to uxfogrIIIt it all settled theu he s4fI I know 1le wry w4l1 ash you taflfl Ju wrr YUIg1 I Lave pay ed beiweca York anti London fofr I hun in tone of minliiy havejeu too Siith to Inipress jjjjjjjjji ti s Lr Ltjorn ii To this remark the girl made no ro ny Her eyes wore fixed on tie road ahead anl xVnusironSt bufng at a loss to ntiuuo a on sided conversation found nothing further to say He wds vaguely consHuus of the constraint that hat como between them for she iiiuL talked with hlui freely enough the tiny Wfiore but he could not ac count tot tlie change lIe laid always lx n aecustoiue l to the fwoaftoken1 otyniminkin of men anti knew little ottb yagnrles of the other sex whom cVdr regarded na the Taore talk Srtttre Aunt so through Yorkshire the ShOut progrosB continued f This Is not imHkf somejjarts of Scot laad1 he said at last In an fated flttempflto revive a conversation which he did not rooo nizc as dUi anti ie yoHI iirtr to restisiftate The jfirl rained In her horse and Uruce stopped tjlrou h sympathy old John iMltln that the uesectful distance he kantiinlght not bo decreased lances lioifl lior head high and there wits a sparkle of determination n her eye it was best to toglii tigljt ao l she would put this persistent wait in his ytace a tank already too long delayed Arkl perhaps tiro putting of Wai in his tptace wotikl Icwien the clamor of her f oirii conscience I j0v who are you was hdr amaz Jp iiqulry STe gapped Armstrong Im n SjMrteian J Pechape I should bne salt what aWyiaiV V iJow mean 0h Im a droverra Owller In cattle rDfil my brother tqlljrqu who I am qfle told ine Ida fntudr was the late Ijjf5frafOrL Shabterday I vms grateful to you for tllO aid you afforded my brother as I kftoilkl have been gTOtefiH to my scrv Mpt if ho had oeciiplwl pour place but 1 alioukl not Intro forgotten the tlls taiicc between tiiat servant and iny aelf Stpaffords daughter iioefl not recofcniKe drover as her social equal I ftak you to take the posklon I sot fir yOu wliei I began this journey To yw mean madam thntI am to rMvttii your avnnt fTjit is what I I4Oir ImrD iio jetm In the least From the comcraa ofls we had togeth er 1M shows liiu Mir 1 man of knowl edge and a lovor of horses Vliich is an cmsy n 8aport toiny liking T tii latt his company is so much to your taate and I sliall be obliged to you if you fall bock with lifts as I wish to ride alone Tbat will I not do under command for although I may cherish old Johns conversation I cannot admit tim claim of suporiorlty you jet up I aiii a drov or I sId and so your anciEnt King Alfred migUt with equal truth have dubbed hIMself a baker if old tiles are trUeSI arh William Armstrong of Gil nochle Towers lord of the lands of Langholm Dalbetht1 StapllGortown Shield and Dalhlane I cn trace my lineage as far bock as niyy noble In England and come to my ancestral thieves as soon as tliey Iii courtesy we Armstrongs are Hhe equals of any JSjiglander In battle wo Intro never turned our backs on tjjom TUe castles of my clan line tIe river LicldeJ nut Hvhen I ride with my frjond the Earl ct Traquair i ride by his side and not with his followers Sir you overwhelm me with your grandeur said the glcl loftily re joiced to had herself In what promised to be a alllRrroL She was human umul thought would prove easier to roll an enemy titan a friend I thought tire crowns of England and Scotland were mittwl but I see I was mistaken T travel with tbb king of Scotland and lie is doubtless on lila way to Oxford to confer with lila brother the king of England Madam I go to griot his majesty Claries and if he dr tb address me as you havi done I wjll toll him 1 am jBore king Of the bordOr than he king of Kii land and mysnylug will be trite Fmnccs Veutworth bowed low In rD laitty Yoar Uicluioas df tlje border will you iiornitt me to rKk In j our train I kJww I situ not worthy but I ask the boon that tI may seek consplatltfn In wmuiunlon with my jerrttor T Madam you may rldt where you ploase gruffly replied tiio thoroughly aapered ScAt tfngtiug wIth Wounded Pride Sir I thank you replied the muld off bowing again awl I am delighted silpt you should t xiuitt tp one so lowly as I an cxamplo of that cAurtosy of which you Junt now boasted tills tl e imli naut WHii made no r1y tiauaoiia using Iris folmor rcla tkHW us regarded coHvprttttloii He Krjfedron bis Itoctt nfl site after ipans ing awhile and Mctttg that John would Jipproocb no nearer akk wont on anti i tlras the three kept for the driy their ilcV rotative poMittoMO Unlieeded the urn Miaacd the luerMtnu and at last eh ss roqsiHl to a sense of her our nsA 3Jiu8 by the Mtojiphig of her un juideii honrtj before a rocdsMe inn Armstrong big l1aakLjiOtl brought to a ItalidatiM acroVw tte highWay snt rigidly upright and k 8akl ivhenslie thus uiM xieeodIy lookwl at liim wU someUitag or st rtlad app8tilin tier tares j We stop hiere for r st multi refrosh maul I need iipitlur rB tnorr restom nt she anaaored wterlly I wrni sot thiiikliis of you madaxt but of tUc liorsoH They htte already xooe toO fur without toot lint In this liittieht I laiKl there lias hiten no op portnnlty of halting t nti till hpw i Kb apr inj lightly from lifer horse to t the grinuit iiml witlfjnt nlurit ut the i faltfcfiJ li rtiiiniU tht had farrlctb hew so tar walked v ry rtralirlit lo the ilour cit tile hosttlry rind Olsstppwut with la It When the tune of waiting hind ttcJCfd Ifvlf out oa tlie old dock of the Km Armstrong ordered time horses on the of road ns ln sail sent old John to warn lila niistrosa that the way was till long t York Sne ctone quit promptly mounting proudly without a word anti tbo expwtltJon set foItht as before old- rihii contentedly bringing up the rear All aftpjuoou they wade their progrosa nlong tl c very direct road no utterance mini auy one of the three Frances I gttwjnor and more tired of this dolo f ful journey so woefully begun plac lot tire blame on her 6vn wcurv suon1 r t nr flow ancl PetTfio summer i un g vacation I If yba need flesh aridqstrength use cottsEnitisonjsl summer as in wnterSt S nd lor fxt sample isrorr OWNE JThexnhts r- cLz= T T j Opportunities in CaliforniaT j t The trade in the Orient is opening tip J Our exports to Japan and China multM during the last yeaiII W t tff There jwfll soon bi a tremendpusvihcreake iithe trade f the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East i c I3ig o1pOrin1ies i for thmanyho lives 1there Shy not look the field over t I c Only 62 50 Chicago FianciscortLcs i Angeles and return May r 2 39 ioi r 2y iM 23o 3 iii June i August 6 7 8 910 i 1 J2 i and 141905TiCkets good for return forodaye I Rate for a double berth in a comfortable toup 4 hJAncrelespgint tjUniontj v 4jj 4ii Chicago Milwaukee St PuIIUnion Pacific arid Southern Pacific Una This ifs tlie route of Tie Overland Limited leaving tlnion Passenger Station Chicago 605 pmand The CcLlifofeQia Express at io25pm The California Express carried tourist sleeping cars to California every day Both trains cafry tiiroughstandards1eeprsi i L vf Complete information sent fre on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL r- Genl Eastern Agent 3St Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenger Age tJ CHICAGO h tncn Illlpd wllli n grovrras nati q ui the stolid figure In TroUt who never once turnal round nevcjr oncrf sack cued the puce paver once made in iidry of nily k3Iii1 timedenJngoungray ijilnster tnmsforming them for the moment into piles at rosy ninrble outbeforeBar and hero for the first time a maui at arms questioned their right of Way Abnstrong silently presented to hlm the blood stained pass bearing the signature of the man of iron Jf The mart at ntnis Ktootl aside rind the trio wont up the clatt ring street until they came to a heuse of entertainment ohBe called The Kings Head wth a picture of Cliarles on the waylfng aLga now slightly clmngddto represbiit Fairfax a good Yorkslilreinan while the lettering lust been obliterated md The Fairfax Arms painted over it The louder of the expedition ordered the best apartment In the house foiHht iady rind sat where hejwas while the bustling laniilprd assisted tV o fatigued traveler to dismount Armstrong uil old John saw to the disposal of the jwrses thou the young mum walked to the minster niul aroundflt noticing cvIerywhoro the ravages ot tire late siege Tbe towiv hail not yet recovered its arr ted prosperity and most of the people Ie met were heavy fdotcdi sol diets urn citizens in somber dress YOrk bad been royalist to the core and now calamity fccemcd to brood over it Armstrong utado his way to a merebrs shop in the main street vily gnnrionts he said to theob soquiotu proprietor are sotncxhafc stained and I would renew them I In the privacy of tho back room tire change WHS effected aud- yrcsoutiy Williaui Armstrong stood as guy arid comely n inan as could be fount in all linglanil supwbFy attired with filmy lace fluttorlug at neck and wrists The glofem of evening was on time town wheli Armstrong returned to time inn anti sought Frances The young latlj was partaking of the rupast prtircd for hur In the private parlor set dEtdo for her use siild the landlord In answer to his guests In quiry OnUelng shown to the door armstrong knocked on the panels and was admitted by old John who was In attendance The girl out at a table and looked up rtth surprls hOt recognftilng her visi tor in hj sew finery thinking fijom strnuger had mistaken the ixjoni buti seeing who It Wre as he advanced site tunittl h r jpucf tnvny from him and gate mioteefIi iu If he ftuue to apolo gteenow it was too late she said to herself anti Ida firet words showed that this TWJiideoili his purpose irodam lie said with a courtly in clination of Iris licad which obeisance it fiaslietl ncrdas the girls mind lund been pureiasod with hiw fresh accouter- ug a thought that almost brought n smile to her lips which she hoped to kcejjt ffnn njailHUi J crave your par don for tny uusoemiitess of temper to day I am at boat an uucuutji person raveling nt the heart of my own men TKJ question neither words nor acts mine arid so have led me into tho gruff habit of expecting obedience and not ceusiire I km up wjulre of dauics as tli jre little newljto tell you for al ready you know It ftfoai thrs tittys es piTcjne of thy ways but I iuu deeply gricvul th5tt foil sO far short of the courtesy wltlch yells hue and I trust you will fuglv hiTutiauof mflnners had hoped wo might part good rl nds Tartr altO cried in sharp terror xnrt those wkle black eyes of hers- ufrkly turmasl to meet ioarclihum 1ze Slie bad never anticipated sucli outcome of their luairel as this nor droiitunl tliat it was oiutily posttVblD for hha to drcuniyeut all hoc plans bj wltbdruwing 4iiuiself trout hur com Mhy lutttnutiy the drcad consc uudeetu of such a determination on 148 pnrt anfl ulie lint hail n glimpse of lila- esolutoneiIoonicd up before her little disagreement between thom aking Into iwthignoss before this i ztj oJteraflve ID ibjs qontipued 0ptvtfaIIGU ittUS TiName I r 4 t k Street address r I 1ICit i StMi k L Probable destination CAIFOR5A flubbing List to 1905 j J wIofler below an ittractive clubbinf liit rbick iaclodttl iear1y all the city papra and leadinkrnaaziae All new ck i NE1LEADERLouisville Pos daily4 3 5Q ICourier Journal daily tI 40 Times daiiyov i 5Oi t ZtuisvilleEeraidi daily 5- Oiii 3dourerJouia1 weeklyLi 50 othsvi1leerald week1y 1 25toms and Farm j t 1 2 Farmers Home JournalIt 75 Ctncinnati Commercial Ttibiin 1 40 1IncInnatL Enquirer 1 5 CountryGentlesna Jf20OiBreeders Gazette Interstate Poultryrnan 1 OhioFrmeri5j i Independent t S 50 The Commoner 1 6O 5 gbt Louts Globe Democrat t j 73 v St Nicholas v v 3 50 The Deliueator1 85 0 Womans Home Companion 1 00- l1cC1ures Magazine- arpersMagazin i Harper s weekly iHarpersBazar 4 25 American Agriculturist L j p i 3 piecial rates given on many otherpablica MK notvmtntwned If labove whicttwill be made knovn on appictki to l i L DAVIS0Nr Jr I Pub News LADER SpnBf ic Ky f TI AR I I Q I M P Q Ct Bobf now U OI I V Cm OV J telyi c M j ryttheyountpL or young woman who would win success in life This being cpoceUcd it is of first importance tp get our training at tie school that Mends ia th Atery front rank j ilThh BRYANT STRATTON BUSIffES COLLEGE N E Curser cuM sad Wahint t LSiSYft MY cQkKEEFING SHORXHAINJD TYIEWFIfl Nc T EL EGi F A F HV beautiful experienced proiilaent U Iall over the United Statesit will be taailed to yoa FBEB School l the Students enter tanytime E RKSlHt PRkatDENT DRvMOFFiTFS BowtlTrwWw f CMidraial TEETHIN A ffEEWEiWHaadZAMCosts Oily 25c at tnafefe to iLVIIIVIr9llvMvm Mother H9ftt no lomr 9r t0JNMtt 11101 powdiajTEETHINAc m c fA ffctMthfaJNsrs itatdoh1epJi 1bUtIThouI And he hamlet film a slip of1 paper That Is uotmy name ibid the man flirt you said your najne was Good enough So It 1st1 said the man as hoprepar Dd to close the door Itjs enough for mo The mtetcrs Adyangg If we economize saltltbc husband we will soon have atjojjso of out own Instead of having to live In rjcutedjiiisp erty But Im not sure I chould like taat nnswefed time wite I couldut thrive nulls naywhore I plcasb IU Hie woodwork of our ttwut house yjprJ dwa it Seven tea bera each one 1 one a specsalUt ta Mat ITr jfor bpblc fi Af te tfae ili from graduate opcupjiBjf poaittons 1 open year can J hut MNf good BEES Laxative HWHYM An impnwcmwit oveiall Coufh Lvuig iind Bronchial Re5edl t Cures Coughs Strengthena the Lungs lU G irtiy Mowi the Bowelst PliMMDt to the taste jot good alike for Young and OiL pupARgD ST ft MrticJM Ci CbkLLL1- OIdatHaydon sPhar roacy T Lid DRJEWTON fUttlDENT DENTIT JjbI i K TEETH EXTRACTED iitiliTHOU T PAIN- t j fi t t g WlcwKac lockp st1r f f SPRINGFIELD KIT I 1 I r iAU f Dental Firitcass Work J Strictly i v iF I + LAMPTOND8 J H vJ i C OFFICE J J Opera House l 1WFGR1GSBY 4 r ATTORNEY AT LAW over Peoples BanttJ8ce 1r SPRINOPJELD KL 7 LA c JB EpBARDS M W FYATT RBARDS HYATT Iljsicitns and surgeons Office next to Clerks Office 4Wr1 t V JAMES GRAVES 11PIACTICALt f yiitctokeraitd JewelerJ e1 i Crries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe f xcialty Located on Main Street V opposite Presbyteria church t1iaSprfngfield Ky I J i J R Yf F TRUSTY n PRACTIcALv t I PeT DENTISTBarbelfOffice over HaYdon ltJ l Dental work atreasonable prices V All Vi rk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JO NY MAYlSJ I I S4FUNERAI D1RECTO- f AND UCENSED EMIIAUiEII TELEPHONEfJ IDAY 194NIGHT 74SPRINGFIELD fir KY i Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule noin effect on the Eardstowri t t ana Springfield branch railroad o4ILeayes Louisville at 40 pm Bardstown Junction j I 502 pm Bardstown 552pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm e 042 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardsjown Junction 705 a mIIJ I arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at zr 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm 044Leaves Springfield a 120pm Bardstown 230 P IIl Bardstown Jun ion 435 pm arrivesat Louisville 545 pmII No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves a SprinAtieldat715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 1f 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am o 91 Swdtbs onlyLeaves ILouisville at 6 pm Bardstown L Junction 650 pm Bardgtown 1S 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825pm f 1HJMIES A COX Aent for j IXINTONNAVEN lAUNDRY rit itT Basket leases Monday night returns Friday night i =Firstclass work guaranteed I k Taken Up- On iny place the day alter the J9jction llast November an old i i j edcbw The owner can have i S inc by paying for its keep and Hi Ior thIs Advertisement t r l cfi f aifc r- LosrL M REED T K bSutMay 26 rri Louisville f 1yatncoioreddaybook in i a t rwihich was an envelope contain- ing 4 f notes to wit one against t Jic f jonnathan Riley for 200 Mark i j Shewraaker 50 Will Whitef 7r 5 Pt Fio30 4 S Kays for to100 and 1 i it one against Henry Scott for 2 O Last two sured by mort i 1 gage and other notes A liberal i reward will be paid for infor 4L 11 mation All persons are warned i tZt Tagainsttrading for or discount il 4 g same This June 7t h 1905 LPRlle- i6t l I1 TOWN6 FSS Nwi ttwfrww HN LoiaJ Happenings or Interest the Freshest and Latest I IAhtAbutYoursely Friends- AcquAIntancesI and I Remember Carpenter the butcher kills only the very est beevJBs t J Fresh caught fish every Fri day and Saturday at Carpet rs butcher shop Canned grated pine apple andl other choice canned goods at McElroy Bros Steve McGill and A L Per king used the White Steel Gate all winter without oil A fine grade of Talcum nicely perfumed one pound 25c at the Rea Cross Drug Store Screen doors all sizes 4n screens to fit any window At Leachmans furniture store Theboys best friend is his mother but he mothers bst friend isthe White Steel Gate One of our tine hammocks will make summer comfortable Red Cross Drug Store Just opened Another barrel of those delightful Heines swee pickles at McElroy Bros gro eery Try a box of Oriole fshreddet d COC IuttIt makes good pies For sale at McElroy Bros gro cery Jacob Kimberlin man that never letsmoney go except fot something good bought a White Steel Gate Telephone to Carpenters neat sh pand have a nice teak or roast sent out fresh from the ice box Uprace Litsey E S Mayes Jr Bob Canary and Jacob Kim berlin sent Yates word they wanted White Steel Gates Fresh fruits and vegetable received daily at McElroy Bros grOCery The very beyt the market affords at all times If you want a gate that any child can open either walking riding or driving and that win stay in order buy the White Steel Gate Dont be bothered with flies Lhis summer bu go to Leachman the furniture man and get some creen doors and windows He has the best Mitchei the youn sort of Mr L B Walker fell from aMul b rry tree onlast Sunday and was quite badly bruised but brturiately no bones were broi ken Aont Says Salt rising bread las made a hit with the housekeepers of Springfield Try a loaf and be convinced as to its jxcellency For sale exclusively by McElroy Bros Say If you want a gate that iis a pleasure to you nowandwi1l- be ini old age and be amonument to you memory when gone to your reward biuy the White Steel Gate WANTED A well known party to act as agent for the best known and best selling line of Automobiles in the world A liberal discount offered Address W BL 561 Third St L uisvilleKy j John Campbell John Godde ohn Staton and John Isham Charlie Pope Chlarlie Jeffries and Charlie Brady Will Cocan uglier Will Whitehouse and Will Russell In fact all the Johns Willis and Charleys are my ing White Steel Gates Mrs Agnes Miller aged 69 years died at her home in Louisville on last Friday and was bur ped on Sunday She was the mother of the Miller brothers of the firm of Hodapp Millet his place and the sympathy of he many friends of those good citizens at this place is extended co them in their bereavement i Mr Fred Hagan who is con lalescingv from an attack of eumonia had a severe spell of heart failure which greatly alarmed his family for a few minutes Monday evening Mr lagan had walked across the Dom with the assistance of his son and the exertion was too much for his strength causing a tinting spell He soon recovered however and is now bet r Charlie McGi ness the well known bricklayer was badly in I aTOPIns1I jured last week while playing tball on the Graded School ground While at bat he waS hit in the face by a ball pitched jtby Prof Qeorge Colvin The blow crushed the cheek bone andii inflicting very painful although not dangerous injury Dick Durham Bob Hatchett and Joe Punk all say they would pot take 50 each for their White Steel Gate and do without them Dude Cocanougher says 75 Cary Wilson says 100 would not move his gate j I Mrs Sallie N Quiggins died at the home of her father Mr Thomas J Nalley in Nelson countyon last Sunday after ai long illness of consumpton The funeral took place at St Rose on Tuesday morning The deceased was born and reared in this county Sever years ago she was married to Mr J A jQuiggins and they moved to California to live Mrs Quig gins whose health continued bad returned last fall to the home of her father T J Nalleyformerly of this county where she died ShauntyColeman The marriage of Dr John Shaunty of Frederickstown and MissCarrieColeman be solem nized at the home of the brides parents today at fouroclock Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple go to Fred erickstown where they will reside The bride is a charming wo man and will be a pleasant ac quisitiori to the social circle of that community The groom iis well and favorably known ithroughout this and surrounding counties being jone of the best physiciaIis of the county and en- joyingj a lucrative practice in his profession The NEWSLEADER r congratulates the doctor and wishes them both a bon voyage icross lifes billowy sea VanarldallWiiUams The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Davis Vanarsdall and Dr Rodman H Williams wilt take place in Louisville the 14th of this month Miss Vanarsdall is a daughter af Mr S C Van arsdall and IS a charming girl Dr Williams is welj known in this conty having practiced medicineatBeechlanduntil re cently when he located near Lawrenceburg where they will make their home Republicans Attention To the Republicans of Wash ington county In obediance1 to an order of the Republican State Central Committee theI Republicans ofthe various precincts will meet iin precinct Con ventions on Saturday June 24 1905 at 1 oclock P M at the places designated on bills posted in each precinct for the pur pose of choosing a precinct com mitteeman to serve on the county committee The committeeman thus chosen will meet on the following Monday June 26 1905 at the office of W F Grigsby at 1 o clock fqr the purpose of organ izing WrF Grigsby Sec G W Colvin Chairman Dontt Miss it Do not mistthe Great Van Amuurg Show which will arrive here on its own special trains and give two performances in Springfield on Saturday Tune 10 one at 2 oclock in the after noon and one at 8 oclock jn the evening The doors of its big tents opening one hour earlier Grand fee street patade in the forenoon on day of exhibition EICNAL Miss Graham Van Arsdale 1 quite sick Garland Cunningham was In Louisville yesterdayi F R Hodapp walnLoui ville Saturday and Sunday Mr ClemjHill of tJovington is visiting Mr C W Hagan Mrs IE rhurman has re turned from Tathath Springs Dr Price W Wells was it Bardstown Tuesday on business W D dlaybrooke was in Frankfort toe first of the week Dr M W Hyatt and Maur Durrett went to Louisville Tues dayMr Fred Manget of Louisvill visited friends here Sunday and Monday i Misses Lizzie Leachman and Katie Cain have returned from Lebanon Dr J B RoBards and A R Shultz were in jHarrodsburg Monday Miss Margie Graham is visitt ing her Brother Robert in Lou isville Mr Leo Hay don is in the Rod Cross Drug Store in the absence of Dr T ood Mrs WE Leachman has re turned from Louisville and Crescent Hill Miss Warfield of Nashville iis visiting Miss Flora Mudd at Cherry Hill Mrs Mattie McDowell of Dan ville is visiting her relatives here this week Mr Mangefr and M iss Mary Lewis visited friends in Birds town Monday tyrs John R Barber and daughter Marie have returned from a visit to Bardstown Glenn C Wood is taking a vacation from busines3 and is with relatives in Bardstown Mr Jim Waters of the Inter nal Revenue Service is in from Marion and Nelson counties Miss Lydia McElroy is visiting her cousin Miss Lillie Anderson at Danville this week Misses Sadie Mayes and guests Elnora Lewis were in Bards town last Thursday Miss Della Campbell is pehd ing the week with the Misses Croake at Croakes Station Mrs J R Durrett of jBloonx fieldis visiting her daughter Mrs MW Hyatt Mrs Harry Brown and Miss Jenni Redding of Lebanon visi ted friends here last Saturday Miss Mary Muir who has been visiting her cousin Mrsj T D Wells has returned home Harvey Sweeney of Lebanon visited the family of his uncle Mr Henry Leachman Sunday Mrs R C Boblett has gone to Taylor wme to visit her daugh- tEr Mrs Louis Reidel Messrs Will Waters and Chris Eortlein yisited the Simpson Island fishing camp Monday Rev T D Latimer is expected home today from a visit to his mother who is still quite ill Mrs Henry Selecman of Bloomfield visited his brother Judge W E Selecman last week Mr John R Barber and fami ly are moving to their new country residence on the farm below town Misses Elizabeth Leachman md Lucy Brown spent Sunday and Monday with relatives at Lebanon Dr George Shaunty and sister Miss Katie attended the wed ling of their brother at Dahville today Messrs John and Ferd Spatd ins of Bardstown spent Sunday with Misses Florence and Pearl Edelen 5 I III t 5Take YIMALT It is Natures cure for 5 that tired feeling5When you are run down and feel nior 4 4 5 bid and discouraged you need something to revive your 4 enegy and courage Get a bottle ot llMHLTTake part of it when you go to bed and tHe rest in th- eo morning Y01will feel its beneficial effects immediately 4 It will put new life into you because it is Nature health food Get a dozen bottles take at least one a day and youwul be restoried to your oldI self again I HAYDONS DRUGSTORE 11 WetIaveii tl1 it V f tf Your Hahznocki it Have a good one at any price 4 and in any style thatyou wanife I Everyone of them is brand 1new1905 style No use trying to telll you how t f dqft i 1 tbuUttappearance l ii the low prices we have put on them 1 Red Cross Drug Store 1 DR PRICE W WELLS Owner Mr F K Neale and wife and little Gage Gregory are in Lou iisville for a few days visit Ito riends f Mrs F R flpdapp and two children are in Louisville fora weeks visit to her mother anc sister i Mrs Poore cif Amelia Ohio is visiting her daughters Mrs P G McElroy and Mrs W K Robertson Mr Lev Brown and wife were at Fairfield Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr James Brown a brother Mr and Mrs Robert Noe at tended the funeral of Mrs Noe Js brother James Brown at Fair field TuesdayJI Prof Cooney of St Marks and Miss Katharine Spalding of Lebanon visited at Walker Beights Sunday Mr Houston and wife of Tay lorsville visited their daughter Mrs T D Wells the latterpart 01c last week ir JMrs B P Lake and mother Mrs J W Thompson visited friends at Lebanon Wednesday and Thursday of last weak John Claybrooke and sister Pearl will spend Saturday and Sunday with their sisterMrsT- ohn Offutt Bloomfield The young society men fo town gave a dance to the visitors in town last Friday evening in the itnmg room of the Walton Mr Frank Montfort who has been keeping books for The Red Cross Drugstore left for his home in Bardstown yesterday RevW H Williams Mr 3harlesa Green and Misses Lucy Selecman and Lizzie Waters spent today fishing at the Beech Misses Mary and Mattie Fieldsf of Louisville have been visiting relatives here the first of the week They are now at Tatham Mrs Robert Allen and daugh er Mary of RusseUville were quests of Mr ajbd MrsJ L Allen from Saturday to Tuesday Miss Margaret McChord re jurned Friday evening from fjouisville where she attended Miss Semples school the past session Miss Florence Thompson after in extended stay here returned to her home at Penick Station last Saturday accompanied by Miss Nellie Noe MrsMary Hughes and laughter Mrs James Allen ot Bloomfield were visiting Mr Palmer Grundys family the rst of the week Mrs John Sv McEjroy entertained sixteen of her friends at flinch last Friday afternoon and a most delightful time was enjoyed by all Mrs Elizabeth Janes is expect ng her son Arthur Vance and wife from Jackson Tenn ind Mrs Margaret Marshall of Indianapolis Ind to visit herr about the 12th Miss Elnora Lewis who has een the guest of Miss Sadie dayes the list week has gone to Bloomfield for a visit to her old home before returning to her present home tAd 1ilon Breck ridge county Mrs Malissa Green had the misfortune to fall Ajgalnst a ouch in her room and dislocated a rib She is confined to her- bed and is suffering a great deal omits Mrs M W Hyatt gave a inner party last Thursday evening in honor of the visiting irls Misses Lewis Durrett and air aad Mia Sidl5yes lessrs Will Claybrooke H Mi r u Grundy Shaker Robertson and Charles Green Misses Katie MahonEY Ger trijde Edelen and Mildred Bead and Messrs William and Law rence Mahoney and William Head of New Hope Ky were guests at the B H Young horn from Saturday until Monday Mr AlMudd who left here sometime ago for Denver Colorado will leave that place tlhe 10th of this month to go to Seattle Wash to line He will go with Mr Sam Berry am1 wife daughter of Mr W IF Booker who will make their future nome at Seattle A jolly party of campers are at Simpsons Island composed of the following girls Misses Dorothy McElroy Eunice ONai Francis Martin and Mary Hay don They are chaperoned by Mr H M ONan andF M Martin Mrs G L Haydon and Mrf ONan went down yestei day to visit theparty Dtatk if Oliver Ctakt Thenews of the death of Mr Oliver Croake came as a shock to his many friends last Sunda morning as only his nearest neighbors hnew of his seriou illness Mr Croake had been confined to his house only a few days with an attack of pneumo nia superinduced by a broken rib caused bYa calf kicking hit about three weeks ago Twc weeks previous to his depth Mr Croake visited his son Byron Croake at this place but feeling so indisposed returned home in t few days where every attention of love aud medical skill was given him without avail The funeral services were held at the New Hope church Monday morning at eleven oclock Dr Weaver of Louisville a cousin of deceased preached the funeral sermon after which the Basons took charge of the services Ije being a rnemberof the Masonic lodge of this place Mr Croake was born June 15 1832 at the old Uroake homestead at what is now Booker Station In 1856 October 23 hE was married to Miss Mary Etta Efhaunty who died December the 5th last six monthsprevious ther husbands death To this union were born nine children five boys and four girls all oj whom are living Tle love anti devotion of the husband for the memory of his wife was beautiful and pathetic and his constant and earnest desire since her death was that he might join tier in HeavenMr e inherited all ofUJe sterling qualities of an ancestor of Irish descent who was educa te4 for the priesthood but who during the religious reforraatloi renounced the priesthood and became a protestant He wai entrusted with an important coaii mission from the King to tht colpnists during the Revoluii n pendiag the tl eaty of Jetceaqfd after transacting that buain if became a citizen of this country The large concourse of people who Assembled at New Hope church by their silent lears bore testimony of the love and recpect for their friend and neighbor who wu ever ready to txxnfKi th sorrowing to ministw Chick i Oi offer the Jut praytr M the body of a friend neighbor or stranger was lowered to its last resting place The family ha lose a kind father the church a atawncti cjhrktian support and the neijk xniipod a kind and sjapat etic d id Tl Sill CttH IK hTh take Laxative BTWM QttiamkTaV ilta All draff itti refwMJ tkii anaty If it fail to cure K W OJ Y- CisfuttHre is on each lbox 2c7 SUMMER cu be fddis MvI ieiSSWtthc Bolts ia Iwtt tkskWandwssha1 fMe Mew Uieiiek aiidecontbsHakPIu DIll aMAir New WatSettsFais1 Bu Nckc5 Ha BaiHttl i N Ne kwM1 SttcBin s Special sale of beautiful embroidered W ailt Ptternt Q for Btfdayand Saturaay v r 43C VandVV- t NeWt things in thin White Goods PrJfaUc tive In each department Delifhtec at the ChaD to iSshow you SIS ROBERTSON BROS r 666 ooS HXi6 G j1TI iijjVW IiliiIIiIIWf wHHit IHatsori4lenf 4 g 5I ma to Webaeacomj plejte OtitJateatI I j J tIDC wd have a ncwjme of PajnamMf Alpines StraIIand other styles g 1WPrices to Suit All a L i4 i4Sl See our new and fresh cor Shirts wbjcb t includes the Monarch negligee the Famous feb beSt 50 centShirt on the market1 We jcatl especial attention l to our line 01 Jfcl J summer Underwear for W haV tW lqUalitv andi I the assortment r V to Kyoii are contemplating a trip thisi Summer let us sell you one of our aewset dfW tuit cyee fe S- Grundy i Claybrook Mctntlre THE DOUBLE TORE 3 I M MH 5 Peoples Deposit Banki 5P1NmELD KY M AWIZUS SSMRR 1a rciti 5Oo Surplus art Pta aqo OFFICERS Get D Itobtrtaoa Pr 4iif tLHttft jjtt dent J A Boulware Cashier CJ IfeClttstL Assistant Cashier H CLt sXrtpe DIRECTORS Gco Djeol ertsog J Sj Tfcwrautt W i L Grahaa Gy LHacOBJ WSatterl1fTX41BIuf enjoy every prlvlkge ui ally cxtcaded Ibj relMte well equipped nks Proipcctltre dpoito are layit4 U write ca1 in Ti it iSca 14 g TheSprillgfield NeAt larkeL j CO r Nsticc SSSS at ing the Coaf fterate Remioi DeXt wit LoUyille e 1446ad tfive vot w t 4 board hotel d6 lObT apt 1ia B it Lit jSpcim AeW X or bj witia JL 7 I A frj Jb t Use ri apce y- clthc 4JJ CpI rtv4 r Men Patrons person ICELn J Ul RluItfHt fi IF FT CQX Prows Telephone PRiiQPIILD PattiaCtiteplati aoechtiom trettoaisYi1iJr 1 1Tb lbs b KIJEH beaM ftot ib- mblssa sad a1rL- eac 1 the au tO J Hai- oeatL IC a C I fia s 7 f L Rtlrtery j Sam Dale oqored was arres ted in WlHUFr hTtby dfi tectir War HdnanAfr ihe in taw of Chtofof P lpe Thorap 1o ICMa C g 61 highway robbery M4 WM brbugbt here tirtufej and fed in jaiU He n MjpiliniT nf hoMing up Mr Bee trotiebr oTa haM Springs da tfpatdinff artnu and Railroad trwt MM niKhfr about a month ago of rtlUiriiig him of some of i l personal properly Xft Crouch W4 retumin from Mr I aiMs hine shop where he was bavinf a cqglafe repaired f4bbepssthrugbaerowd W 31 tfefri had congregated 1 bt4 ws attacked Dale is a I IiiL riNiU known character in police j cirate haviBKTecentlv been tried t for malicious wouaduig and for ifiVkiiertoth charges being ueAt bat this time his utd H tod for a trip cove void H aitd it is to be hoped fp will ie for a period long ugh to taach hm a trade and A others a JMSon Lebanon M1tLtbM llil ferriage of Mr Robert E t o MIM Rose Gertrude JJi fdaLaban cu red Wednesday af tcruoon at the pastoral residecce 84 AufMtinei church in the of members of the fame The ceremony was per Jr Jrof d by The Very attendants Rev J were A Ho Mr1 OBoykinof St Louis brother of the room and Miss Diiiic L Belden x f Ojrothers yiileludianaI I t frpomisa 1 the Beikflap Manufacturing Cops tof L tisviII anIlS Jt e44 mvtery hiih esteem by nil wbe kaowbintThe bride is lb4atghter Mrs AbbieLan irn of this city and is a mo t iiable young lady The cMIplfttO3k the flErDoontraiD xor LoiilsvUle their future home +LebDonEnterprisw The bride is asister of Mrs T E Hardesty of this place and huirequently visit ft here- t y YMHf ceKherSr Eight young preachers who aral present students at the iXwisville Theological Seminary iIadformer graduatesoIOld Centre will have charge of Churches during the summer ionths and their many friends kDanviilfe as well as other plactf will be glad to learn ihattbey have enered the min Wry On the listare boys who JWtat to school here in the past 7 lhrt yeap and who were allj iJ popul r among their classmate j Thtir names and where they will r be stationed through the summer follows J Rockwell Smith will have charge cf two cburches at Oxford Scoit couuty Carl T Mitchel will go to Shelby ville nd fill the pulpitofoneof thePres jterian churches in that city klward Kagm will nil the pulpit of a church in Franklin untyt his hOme Alfred Hig int will have charge of a Gtennear Central City in fcblenburg qounfy Henry Ed ndI has been chosen superin destoftneSundayschoolof Fourth Avenue Presbyter church Louisville Harry iiloott willl be lit Ghelon r ttaats assistant at Versailles 1 during the hot weather His brother Sr Addison Talbott will fo as a missionaryi to China hi latter part of June and Itt Allen will have charge of L Presbyterian church at aaktofl North Dakota As been said before these ap HjtuienJs are for the Summer land the young preacherswiU re witn to the seminary next term to complete their course Adyo et A t ri t CMVicl Escapes The second convict to make his escape from the H forma tory at Jeffersonville in three weeks walked qnitely away yesterday iBorriin between 9 aLd 10 t germs 7 that iod Jtodf MMiiiQ the system gain we breathe and drink icz MsOr so that food does difMt they will contain ft jo t ftUwjr ai m M thft dis z elM spread tj tbtou lb bce oclock He may have got as much as three quarters of an hours start as the had the utmost in him The name of the man is Walter Moor He came to the from on 1903 having been convicted of a forged check off Kovember 18 His sentence was from two to fourteen yeah so that he would have been eligible for parole next December He had been as a fusty since the early spring adwas working morning washing buggy in the brn which is on the t the by a road He was in charge of Guard Dershon the gardener who last saw himat 9 oclock and thQugb guards were out all day on the hunt nothing had beeT heard of him up to a late hour pjeH falitt hIs OBESITY A DISEASE Vigorem Mea Brc For Its Uemovl Should Be Taken At middle age certain organs lose functional activity and shrink andl waste away demanding Ipss blood and nerve energy This decreased need for nutrition If not heeded will result in taking Into tim body more food than can be oxidized and used either tn buildup tissue or for the generation of beat aud energy The result is kid Iney liver and other excretory organs are overworked in the effort to remove the body wastes and become diseased says a rriterln thy Housekeeper Then nature stores up this foul material in other odd corner In the body can be stowed away In timet this lifeless useless structure fat crowds out uitiscle gland andQUiel aormal tissues and takes their place This Is what is known jsjs fatty degen oration and always shortens life end ing often in sudden death froni heart failure apoplexy diabetes or kidney disorders The prevention of obesity means reg ulation of diet especially in middle life and When changing from an active put of door occupation to a sedentary In door life Often the amount of too should be cut down from onefourth tor onehalf especially avoiding1 tats and CctsJaIso soft foods which tend to gormandizing from deficient mastica tion and too hasty atlng No wjlne beer or alcoholic drink or tea or coffee should be Used At meals even the use of water should be restricted Exer else should be taken in the open air and deep breathing practiced to In crease the Intake of oxygen and burn up and oxidize bodily toxic matter Eor those women who are overstout yet retain a fair amount pf physical vigor the day should begin with a cold bath plunge spray cold towel rub or sponge bath after whjch should be tak en active exercise In the tormot work either In the open air or in a well ven tilatedJ room horseback riding bicy cling or a brisk walk for an hour or more Exercise in a well ventilated gymnasium may be Substituted for the out of door but Is not soeffectlve and Invigorating POINTED A girl is never going to go very far wrong who Isa good chum of her fa ther and brothers There is a family iu every which furnishes amusement for the rest and doesnt know it Every one has had more happy days In his life than wretched ones but how he lets the wretchedones stand out There are so many operations of late that a man can become by arriving In heaven all In one piece One great trouble in life is that the paths for going wrong are planted so will boast that at least he Is sincere agreeable but that Is no excuse for being dis Three things you never discover till there is death In Vhe house The good ness of till neighbors the way time drags and how loud the clock ticks AtchIson Globe Prcili Frnlt Gold in the morning silver at noon and lead at nigHt Is always used with reference to fruit Most people think it means that the the prov erb Is that digestion is strongest In the morning and weakens as the day goes on But you will note that the refers to fruit alone if it with the digestive power only it should be applied fo all foods The real expla nation fs very different It Is that fruit freshly gathered Is fitted for eating and lessens in value as the lhours pass That Is true not of fruit Only but of all veg etables That which comes direct from thegarden to the table is the most pal atable and In every way best fitted for consumption i Deepest haul Ever Made e1 23000 feet below the surface that bottomI Is considerably more than tout miles 4 1I t ci tht 4oi gIrnnt r GERM START I J Peoolc with Weak Stomach in a St terir tif J 1 q Nesr1ya1Iisae tttUiiheair ttbrimhourfood digestiverorfAMIp fDliMUj fermntinsr suIdJspuijor geiaad Wihadache4jc management confidence Reformatory Indianapolis DecemberS littering employed yesterday farmseparategfr- om Reformatory LouisviUeHerald Early Risers spacesIrifttcQ PARAGRAPHS neighborhood distinguished beginningoccasionally Explanation ProrerbI e1In HO DI8E8E Continual Danger 2nausea g awinjttthe pit of the stomach sallow skif heart burn furred tongue sleeplessne arid general debility it shows that Ih stomach has been overworked and weakened A fifty cent box of Miona tablets will givt quick and speedy relief Ask The Red Cross DrugStore one of the most reliable drug firms in Springfield to jshowyou the strong guarantee under which they sell Mio DtI r l1yersPills Wait your Moustache or beard lwtitiftaiH wi trricfc Wick Use lire was found nose strange beings lived lnwi er wtoae temperature was constantly Just nbgve the reezlnpolni and under a pressure of 9000 pounds to the square Inch To sink that net and bring Iit back again took a whole day of stea lylaborSt Nicholas Not So WeaderfaL Tourist in retired village So thats hUndredaDdLfour years old youre proud of him NativeI durino He ahVt done nntbin in this yerpl ceJcept grow old and its took him a light o time to do that Both Side of a Qneitloa There arc many things you cant do With money said the nina who affects philosophy Yes answered Dustin Stajc but there are a whole lot more thlngsiyou cant do without H Washington Star One Advantage GreenThis paper tells of a man who recently married his aunt Brown Hes in luck Green How so rown Being hIs own uncle nowbe will be able to wear his watch rogularlyrCIn clnnatl Enquirer ISetUnlr Her RlKbt Mrs Housekeeper ane are the eggs bolljng Jane late of Boston Most assuredly not madam r may safely say however that the watiet In which they are Immersed Phila delphia Pr ss A TRIP TO A STAR The Ages of Time It Weald Take OR to Heacfc Ceatatirl ILet us suppose a railway to have been built between the earth and the fixed star Centauri said a lecturer By a consideration of this railways workings we can get some idea of the enormous distance that intervenes between Centaurl and us Suppose that I should decide to take a trip on this new aerial line to the fixed star I ask the ticket agent what the fare Is and he answers The fare is very low sir It is only a cent each hundred miles IAnd what at that rate will the through ticket one iray post task IIIt will cost Just 2750000000 lie answers I pay for my ticket and board the train We set off at a tremendous rate How fast 1 ask the brakemrn are we gblngvSixty miles an hour sir says heI and Its p through train There are no stoppage Well soon be there then Wont 4Ip make good sir Says the brakeman J And when will we arrive In Just 48003000 yearsPblla dcfphla BUlletin SACRED STONES f Some That Claim to Mark the Center of the Universe The sacred black stone of the Manchu dynasty oC Chinese In Mukden is the enter of the universe according to old Chlnear superstitions and added venerability comes to Mukden from the byIIs an according tofbe Tibetan priests Is slap ed exactly like the shoulder blade of a sheep All distances are measured from It and It Is very sacred Another center Is the kaaba In Mec ca adirty black stone let Into the wAll of the most sacred mosque and polish ed evpry ycdr by the lips of thousands of worshipers The Arable word for stone bagar appears In Scriptural writings as a proper name TheMe caf pilgrimage Is a haj and those who have taken It are knoWn as hadJI Even so sane a people as the ancient Greeks came pretty near worshiping a stonethe omphalos or center of the earth at Delphi The Romans set up a stone of great consequence in Home but for purposes of measurement not worship and so the London stone of today Is used London Telegraph AN INTERESTING TREE Ilie Shellbark lllckorr Ia a KeiNative American The shcllbark hick ry Is perhaps the most Interesting tree wehave because it Is a strictly American tree and so wedded to its native boil that It re fuses to become a citizen of any other country In the sturdiness of Its roots and trunk In the boldness In which It fllilgs out its tough branches In Its andiInism Its wInter buds are large and In teresting Early In spring the dark brown outer scales taU away The In ner scales then lengthen to protect the growing leafi sometimes attaining a 4ength of five inches These inner scales are marvels of beauty both in texture and In color The body of the scale is thick and leathery while UsI surfaces especially the Inner are soft with a silken nap gorgeously dyed inI yellow orange and red suggesting thoI chimney corner and the heat rjglows from a hickory log Frank French In Scrlbners Mme at aM1UISit Mme de Remusat had features so perfect that her contemporaries said she was worthyto sit asa model for a Greek goddess Tbefiesh ot her face closely resembled alabaster and yet theImpressionHer beauty attracted universal atten tion to her nb matter Where she went and even In ill age she retained most of her good l ksI5reaitIe in Boston the other day a young law tryingout for awhile leaving on his door a card neatly marked Will be back In an hour On his return he found that some envious rival had Inscribed under neath What for No Cbaace For Banal Aunt Ann How do you girls get MandyWellAt all but we have a good deal better time than It we did phlcago Tribune It Dldat Wark- JacksonSome tlmeiago my wife and I agreed that It would be best to tell each other our tad Its WaxtnHow dldJt work JackgonSbe bllntI spoken to me tor fljc wftkI rWkc up your liver Cure your cOnstipation Get rid S4for6OBUCKINGHAMS DYE ruucw utiii os s sziue hIIIhs AN ACCURSED BRIDGE N0 Wedala r7 la Eogiasi Will Pa i Over the Straclare Standing in the center of an open jlld at Hoxuc near Eye in Suffolk is an obelisk erected to the memory of King Edmund who met his death thereat the hands of the Danes In 870 On the site of the monument stood an oak tree In the branches of which the king sought refuge from his foes At night fall he emerged front his leafy hiding place and secreted himself under a bridge which spanned a stream called the Goldbrook A wedding party however passing over the bridge In the evening observed the kings gold spur glittering In lIt mooullgbt3md In this way his retreat became known to his enemies He was taken back to the tree In which lie had previously hidden himself and shot with arrows and his body was afterward removed tr Bury St Edmuhds and Interred in the monastery there- On Goldbrook bridge Is Inscribed a record of the event Local tradition has It that many years ago the existing Inscription was followed by the WOrds Cursed be the wedding party that passes this bridge No part of this anathema Is now visible but the tradi tion is so well known that a bridall party will take a circuitous route rath er than pass over the brldgeLondon Standard UNDER THE MIDNIGHT SUN A Scene of Woadraaa Graadear That Awe tile beholder Hammerfcst the most northern town of Europe Is bleak and desolate but seen by the witch light of the midnight sun it touches the imagination more than many of the worlds more favored spots writes Jean Murray In the Four Track News The traveler passing through Norway finds himself constant ly seeking for words that will express his wonder and admiration but when at last he stands on the North cape in the light of the midnight sun and looks out over the awful solitude he no more longs for words to express what he ieelsbut stands anu gazes Into the glorious northern light that glimmers oin the glittering waves of the arctic sea while thoughts too deep for words well up in his soul lie feels that after this hour he will bavea greater rever ence for this wonderful world where- In he Is permitted to spend his little span of Jlfe and that If In future years the touch of discouragement and dls content falls upon him he will remem bet this moment wheq he stood on the jlonely heights of the North cape look Ing out over tbe blue Arctic into what seemed the shining dawn of eternity and feel that It Is well to hue lived if only for this pTWO TRADE6SECRETS Oae In Jealoarir Caarded la China the Other la TaVkerv There are two trade secrets said an artist that the outside world It seems will never learn One Is a Qbl r nese secret the making of the bright and beautiful color called vermilion or Chinese red The other is a Turkish se cret the inlaying of the hardest steel with gold and sliver Among the Chinese and among the Syrians these two secrets are guarded welL Apprentices before they are tak en for felther trade must swear a strong oath to reveal nothing of what passes In the workshop These appren tices furthermore must belong to fam ilies of standing must pay a large sum by way of premium and must furnish certificates of good character and hon estyYou have seen damascened steel of course and you have seen vermilion or Chinese red Remember the next time you look at these twojlhlngs that their secrets have been guarded IndO lably and have been banded down faithfully from one generation to another for thousands of yearsChlcago Chronicle DUeaiea of Animal Household pets are susceptible to a for greater variety of diseases than most people Imagine Parrots are known to be susceptible to a disease so peculiar to themselves that it Is called from the Greek word for parrot psittacosis A number of fatal cases In human beings of whatfwas at first supposed to be a malignant Influenza pneu monia were In Paris traced to the bacil lus at present thought to be caivmtlve of the parrbt dl casfA certain pro portion of parrots dfe known to die from tuberculosis Cats are known sometimes to have tuberculosis and that they have in ninny cases teen car riers of Diphtheria and other of the ordinary Infections directly and indi rectly Is more than suspected Kansas City Journal How Sparrows Were Caught In an old game book published In lIDgl sparrow pest Take some lees of thoI and hemlock Juice ttemper them gether and steep a qua 1Uty of wheat therein for the space of one night Then place the same In a spot where the theyIdead drunk Too much hemlock should not be used or there will be a dangerI of poisoning the birds and rendering them unwholesome food Thackeray ibiS of Characterj jSome one who bus been list of characters last volume of an edition of Thackerays works has calculated hat their nuraj her totals up to between 3000 and 3500 We have not checked the estimate but accepting It as accurate share the discoverers astonishment London Post Gaardcd- A mother of four daughters of whom one had recently married asked a young man sitting b side her In the drawing room whom she would like for a sonS Illlaw And which of my girls do you most admire j He fighting shyTbe married one j Lek7tStuhh No I cant get along with myIwife To everything I say she retorts 1 beg toldiffer with your PennYou are lucky old man My wife Just differs without taking time to begtl A DurereatPrJIIUa Mrs Mark Etting What arjs your chickens h tdontsex I mist only tell what were Mliin em for TI POETS AND THUNDER A DeeriBtl a by Byron aad a Com Meat SM It hr Scott Byron In the third canto of Ghildo Harold describes a thunderstorm In fwltxerland which occurred at mill night on June 13 1810 He notices the awful stlllneM which precedes1t- AU heaven and earth are still though not In sleep But breathless until From peak to peak the rattling crags among Leaps the live thunder Not froth one lone cloud But every mountain now lath found i tongue And Jura answers through her misty shroud Back to the joyous Alps who call to her aloud The description Is too long to quote and indeed too well known but Sir Walter Scott criticism on It may not be so well known He says This is one of the most beautiful passages of the poem The fierce and far delight ofa thunderstorm is here described In verse almost as vivid 85 Its lightnings The live thunder leap Ing among the rattling crags the Voice of mountains as If shouting to each other the plashing of the big rain tile gleaming of the wide Jake lighted like phosphoric sea present a picture of sublime terror yet of enjoyment otter attempted but never so well certainly never better brought out in poetry Notes and Queries A HOT CHALLENGE Colonel Fraak WolTord and Ills Flrat Kentucky Cavalry In the essays by Eugene Newman on public men and events a good story is told of Frank Wolford who command ed the First Kentucky cavalry of the Union army and who later was a rep resentative In congress from tInt state It was said that the colonel of the First Kentucy had some noel commands that he fired abthe bbys such as Huddle Upthar Scatter out thar and Form a line of fight It is related that when some West Pointt officers were sent out to investigate and report on the efficiency of certain volunteer regiments Wolfords cavalry fell under theIr scrutiny and they crit icized It very severely Wolford heard them patiently and then said See them two rlglments over than One Is a MIchigander and the other an Obler squad You have Just passed them as nil right Now I know nothing about your drills your evolutions and your maneuvers My boys know how to ride how to shoot how to fight and how to stand fire and you take them two rlglments over thar I showed you Station them whar you please on any ground In town or country in field or in forest and I will take my riglment and what we dont kill or cripple of them me and my boys will chase out of the state of Tennessee before the san is In the heavens tomorrow morning Type of Old World Beauty It is said that when artists fire seek lag for models the palm for beauty and symmetry of figure Is given to the girls of Spain while the daughters of rural Ireland are a good second The pretty faces and graceful throats are found among English maidens A model for a perfect arm would be sought for among Grecian ladles while a lady of the Turkish harem would be regarded as the possessor of a daintily commendable hand Italians are usually good In figure and some of the most beautiful models perfectly proportioned are derived from the women of sunny Itajy Frenchwomen as d rule are not In request being too thin and vivacious for the purpose while the faCe and limbs of a German frau are too commonplace for artistic wOrk London Standard When the X fro WCrated The Mexican Indians as well ad those of most of the Central American republics have a superstition to the effect that the negro was made before either the white man or the Indian or even before the sun was created They account for his color by declaring that he was made and dried In the dark Their own race they say was made in the morning of the first day between daylight and sunup On this account they delight In a term which they ftp ply to each other anti which signifies dawn people The white man who fears darkness and cannot stand heat was made according to their belief at noon on the first day of cuctlbn necessity floes the work of courage Eliot The Snow Line Snow even In tile tropics nevemelts but remains continuously all the year round above the height of 10000 feet In colder climes the snow line is much lower than this- lnabbiu a Grand Duke When the Russian Grand Duke Ser gins who was blown to pieces with a dynamite bomb Tyas governor of War saw he thought it would be a good Idea If tIc people of that city would contribute to a fund with which to buy sunflower seeds to be given to the Russian soldiers who are very fond of chewIng them Serglus announced that every one sending money would be given a receipt but those sending 1000 rubles 510 or more would be thanked personally by himself It is said that the response was excellent But though no one sent In 1000 rubles and asked to be thanked personally by the grand duke many sent In 900 ru bles and asked for the receipt A Cltliie eJeVTl li Colony There 13Mnhtto be a Clinese Jewish colony iii the Yangtseklang valley In China ThlM colony has existed since 200 years before the Christian era ltd people have a synagogue III which they attend worship extract the sinews from flesh before eating It erect tab lets to Moses and Abraham and are called by some blue capped Moham medaos because of their blue bead flrcss Otherwise they are tint Ijttlo1 different from other Chinese citizens hold high oMens in the land at times and because of Chinese tolerant prin ciples have never been persecuted or oppressed Siaoetalnir It Over have come said the old Subscriber to complain about your report of ply daughters wedding What was the matter with Ini demanded thcedltof r Well her name is Gratia but printed It GratlsV 101i Thafs not so bad She vas gives away wasnt she Ita Delight Sympathetic FrlcndrSo marriage lisa been a sad experience to you Mrs Grass Mrs Grass On the contrary it ai proved a most delightful one The alimony allowed by the court Is ex trtmely liberal Boston Transcript None pities him thats In the snare who warned before would not beware 1errl k Ji F EneluyII suaBMati Tw sita1f J SPRING HOUSE CLEANING Systeae aad a Regular Programme Make It Easier To begin take one room at a time commencing with the top floor Re move from Jt all that Is movable brlc abraCi draperies curtains bedclothes chairs and table So far as possible give everything a royal old sunning and airing even to the bed mattresses Lay papers or a large cloth upon tho ground In the yard then carry your mattress out and lay It thereon Let the warm sun beat upon It all day This has a purifying and cleansing ef feet ona mattress upon which human bodies have been sleeping all winter Pillows may be fastened by a corner with clothespins mind hung from lines Hang upon the line In the yard and fasten thereto with pins rugs and all the draperies that are not to be washed Bedqullts comfortables and blan kets that do not need washing shoUld also hang In the sunshine Then Ita girl or woman wants some physical culture that will give her fine lung power and noble biceps let her take an ordinary beaten such as is used for whipping the dust out Jf heavy gar uPonjtheThe clothing beater Is an Invaluable Implement In a household It can be bought In any shop that keeps house famishing goods It consists of a long limber bamboo doubled over Into an oval or round loop atone end The loop Is crossed with Interwoven slats of bamboo the whole constituting a light flexible implement that when ap plied to any textile fabric or rug makes tbe dust fly out in clouds L House Cleaning Programme t Take down the sfnaller pictures and clean them The ones that cannot be moved covet with paper Cover nIl thlesamowaycloth over the end ot ajaroom and wipe the walls till they fairly shine Next whiten the ceiling If iIe needs it and wash all windows and woodwork A word concerning window washing Soap and wash powder leave a smear upon the glass iso clear warns wa ter to which has Men added Just two or three drops of kerosene not more Kerosene is eminently cleansing yet It too much of It is used It too leaves a smear because of Its oily nature Have plenty of clean soft rags After the washing and drying of the windows Is finished polish wlih n good sized piece of chamois leather which should be Jr every household rtcat1 be washed like a cloth when it becomes soiled It and the drop of kerosene In the wash Water make the windows shine like crystal Be particular to get window sills and casings pure and clean Inside and out Last of all the floor For cleaning a floor nothing better than a scrubbing HEALTHFUL sjj brush washing powder clean warm water has lsedTo use the scrubbing brush It Is not necessary cither to get down up on ones knees Tine woman who has kept her back as limber as all women can and should do can stoop to scrub a floor with far less fatigue than she can do Itupon her knees rubbing the skin off them and getting her skirts wet In the dirty water Affcr the floor has peen scrubbed with the brush It should be thoroughly wiped wIth a cloth and clean rinse water Ttibse who have tried It say that If a llttte turpentine is added to this rinsing Tva ter it will leave a fresh fragrant odor In the room for work like house cleaning Ones skirts should be quite short and scant EXPENSIVE FLOWERS The Tulip Ciame In Holland la the Nineteenth Century During the tulip craze In Holland In the last century lu one year the sales aggregated 10OeuOCO florins Holland went tulip mad The bujbs were quoted on the Stock Exchange Ownership in them was divided into shares Speculators sold them short At one time wore tulips were sold than existed At Lille a brewer sold lila trade and goodwill In exchange for u bulb which was thereafter known as the brewery tulip Ju Amsterdam a father gave one by way of dower with bid child Thereafter the variety ivaa known as the marrageofmydaugljter At Rotter dam a hungry sailor happening ona- few mistook them for onions and ate them The repast became as fa mous as CleopatruVpearJs 1and prob ably exccctlrd It In cost At The Hague a poor fellow managed to raise a black tulip The rumor of that vegetable marvel jjpread Presently he was visit ed by a deputation from a syndicate Fur th3t 6ve html pf JiU tile denila tiou offered 1000 floVlus which ho refused Ue wag offered 10003 forms Stll ho refused CnscdMcs of gjhl were poured before his resisting cesIFinally tormented and tempted he succumbed There nud then the deputation trampled that tulip under their feet Afterward It appeared that the syndicate hadrtalrwuly grown a gemlprecisely similar arid unable to bearl l the Idea lbaUa rival existed had nu l thorized the deputation If needful to offer ten tImes the amount which It paid ITWO CLASSES OF oAKS One Notable For Its Wood the Other For It IJrllllaiuy of Colorlajr The grcutorfk family nilglit hedlvld t ed Into two classes those that rlptfu their acorns In ono peason Btfch na tho white post and mossy cup oaks anti those which require two full years acfc 3 tie wd scarlet anti black oaks To Via luSt class belong the cue tnut o4 tk dv zs tJs south Tlila ii IJ Cs4p 1 5 1 IComing On Its Own Train i THE 9 j t Viaf Amburg Siiisr j 4 4 f tf rHippodiotne Museum and Tiaind AnImal Exposition f+mK l JIrWILL POSITlVlCIiY EXHIBIT AT t Springfield Saturday JllmilQ Combined on a scale of magnitude never attempted before Comingr in illiits vast entirety Bigger Better Grealpr Grander thgn ever before A Magnificent Display of Entirely New Features Grand Gigantic Mora Museum of Marvels The GreatNewGolenMenageuIe j Many Strange Zoological SpiienTf Including the Rarest Animals in Captivity T4e Lon sV QUEEN and her family of young cubs A S2500C FETUREtie largest living Hippo ti potamus In captivity weighing 0000 pounds A Monster BlcodrSwreatlng Jdthe itrit HfThe Human Meteorsthe LaBfcarl Family of SensitioLalAeriaHslSf J Hagihars Japanese Troupe Mons Carjosa the Great Perpendicular Ladder Artist J V i HI WHEELERS MARINE BAND Jh fin t M i calOrgam 3Ctio i traveling with any circus in America GRHND STjREEt4 FKCSEHH rThe ne rand costly Steam lano tobe s en dailvJn our Free Spectacular New Street Parade A Grand Gala Day frepare for the comlnsr event One ticket admits to all aaertised shows Alt Children Half Price rN jGambling or Swindling allowed fionest and Fair Dealing tic motto of t this vast concern j 7 r Two Performances Daily f t tt i Doors Open at and 7Rrn Remember the Day and Date SattdayJnneioJ J j JOHN SHUCK MCELROY LG C WHARTOH J i McEIroy ow Wharton r f 1J 11I 1 ranee Real Estate Agentst Fire Life and Tornado Insurance r liandoIdon KonpissiCo J r Office oyer Peoples Bank v V Phone i flCt 1l tr l mner tree ron generations pmjtfu i Important pirt in shipbuilding but Inns now been superseded by Jron awl steel The leaf which Is an evergreen Js en tirely without Indentations and Is thick and leathery Tile wood is very heavy and strong has a beautiful grain and Is busccptlble of taking a high polish At one time this wopd was so valuable that our govcrnmcnj paid 200000 fqr lage tracts of land in the south that our navy might be kure of a supply of lire oak timber To the second class of oaks we are largely Indebted for the gorgeous col ors ot our autumn leaves TIer red scarlet and pin OakS with their bell liant reds scarlets and browns are dose competitors with the maple la giving our AmerIcan landscapes the mosj wonderful nutumncolorlnga to b found anywhere in the world These throe trees have leaves which nt first glance are quite isJmlhuvbut by careful cxamlnutlon may aljvnys be dis tinguished St Nicholas Queer Iot of Name f Miss teath wits brought to tIne len man hospital In Philadelphia to be op wrfaAaajundertakcrvThe chosen to perform the qpcratlon was DyeDr Fntnk Hatkett Dye When the operation was ocr Miss Death was placed In charge qt two nurses I Miss Payne Is tho day nurse Miss Groan is the night nurse The patient recovered rapidly and In a shott time bade goodby to Dr Dye Miss Payne anti Miss Grbne Puel t Cautious In Aberdccn can be found a court official who Is as good a type pf the nanny Scot ns one would meet anywhere On a recent occasion an ltuI pprtant witness tailed to apnear and the judge was furious Why Isnt ho hero demanded his honor Ilea his duty to boTiore Where Is he Tho official with true Scotch ennui ness replied WoOl Ill no sdy for thatbut hes dead The Absurd Poor Give you n nickel said Miss Do Style YOh not I never dispense pro miscuous alms Why dooou ttot ob tain employment Please mum was tho tlmldreply I have a small baby and pCdpeivqnt- e bothered by a woman with a hlld 16illren you absurd creature why not leave the child at home with Its hprsa Philadelphia Bulletin d1N T t i J t rue excessivelove ct riizLSis ne j rlivt the widest doors tobite l utef1tIalX1i t1Cleveland Deader iiA cmw ttratlaa lbeenltt for some time wiexi tdenl baby gave d bowl fojllowcd by S series Of nf 3 6br1 ksrie mother rushed In mil HWIllis soothing tie crying child sought f itoltndt t i J What did youj do to him t she askei II stuck him witba safety pin VJ t1Lintln the world did you do that tJi ttii riJseltt f to see If It was so i IILkcelnm etOltt8 neiaDiugias mktng Lincoln oh owe se h ffII casibn during tle exciting caoipHlgal fot 1Scot made n eInkractenisticaiiyinspiess It i ant remark sayug 1IWhy Abe Isremembr yss ickiss t you werenlothurg but It yesageer a little western town pedUitt jNt r goodsat retailluid selling lktse r M =thb cpunter9Pi rt j J Yes answered LlncOI itl 1 onsly J deference bptwficn you a 4 ise wsi Itt ihat I wasfon one side of tfcccs ig jef and you were oa the other v H w TJa Jreljo J k31ilWhat an ageof olse thjklari D f i yoiT know tiny slngle hamaaTbei cwh t f is capable of beuig silent fjje an honrttat a stretch likuovr two aa4i Tal ii l them nccordlngj to their rawrtty N 4 t tdoes talk ah 1ecrybodyj4shop the other tiny ansi the clstter conVereatlon sduHded as tho gli thr place were full jot people Yet all tin noise was produced byiaree j1dlv1e1 tunis Why slujuld they sfiofitfL don Truth Tjie Clause la ENIC IHU In England tljc upper class gaMbis bUt doesinot drink the fQkMkcia9 r drinks but docs not gamiWe aSjl t8lojver class bpti drinks ad jss4es It Jaa c1inrteistPccircumstsnce tlit theupper classqn kHIptj rveatf the IbwcivclaM Ipom gambJIsgr uI tkrffct t ti1 the lower classjis Iu fayoe of texisk J 4IrCJjnkingi fir M W uuuIts GyerIjtsemthe clo4bIse i svrUsing a ftllk uMlrtlla riOa wwiliNiijr dollar overcogt jjusik vrOr Thats nothing Bloom tJM fertatr to tlrtof tway the eart with aeb plant bt iellsCblcago News F