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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 it tt ti TIlE BE LI3AIiER rlIlt 1 Jd l ew Series YoK INO 24 u SPRINGFIELD f WASHINGTON t J COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 15 1905 i sito Ma IU IUI j flA- YDON 8 B THOMPSON Jr T Jadoi Thornpou 1 j UNDERTAKERS tfr JHD EMBALMERS Carr In tockall kinds of Fanera 1 PHONE 53 ij 1OVR DIRECTORY I J + UffGfFIEIwl county seat of U iptea County 52 miles south lt p lycxinjfion 59 miles fromI 7fIt1eon Baudstowii branch of L 5 jfI file and Nashville railroad in 01 inre aDd agricultural district f IIwe aBkSj telegraph and telephone VI g i xpccM office flour mills lumber iyatd Pocati0 llQQfOP lationof ii ffsuity15OOO t- ii7C preentative lit Congress UOa D X JlSiiith Hoifenyille Ky RepresentatIve In Keutuckj Legis 0 ktKre1t9 W DClajbrooke 4k Iteprescmtativc in State Senate Hon i f Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky D ioc1h ii t 4 iX t 7 t cutMrectory- a V 1 CIRCUIT COUR- f tClrcuttCourtbegifls on the fourth WoHaY lnFebrsary Mayand Octo i4 t I b iiL btc IHThurmanJudge It lyD rhariir Commonwealth At I torey ii MCampbelI Clerk j M G Leachmap Master CornNilSSb jl Y snerwb COURT r i QUARTERLY 1 Quarterly Court Is held on the third j onday in each month 1t B I Ciisey Judge l COUNTY COURT c County Cuitrt meets on the fourth Monday in etch mouth C LLitseyudge 1 WF Booker County Clerk TS Wayes County Attorney II GeorygCatlett Jailer I Byron Qroake SherifftRichard Isham Sidney Osborne 1RH Mttllicah l Deputies jit J jstrD13ases F More Bounty Surveyor I Roya1tYAss sora1 1J P OBryanDeputy Noe Treasurer of 1i J JM Montgomery Coronet J wTBQsb Bapt ol Common tlg P O springfield J J COURTCITY l James RNoe Police Judge IJotin Gtfss Marshal WF Grigsby City AttorneyC JUSTICE COUiti j Courts are held in January and Octobert rInt1ce rchDIre tory i i f METHODisT CHURCH C HoBkinson Pastor Ser i 1t 1Rev J Ticw oa the First and Third Suudavs in each month at if a m and7ZO pmii if it r Sc l001everySundayaUOalp J Prayer meeting every Wednesday 4uight CATHOLIC CHURCH t rfI R f P F Henne LY Pastor Se- rI f IcesCvery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock I jJtf 1a ni Services at St Rcse same hours j rCMRISTIAN CHURCH Ljjl Rev WT Walden Pastor Service lecond and fourth Sunday in each 0 E onthi PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH to Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 a- mI a and at1 pm Sunday school every Jfl Sunday ki OtJ1YPrayer meeting P everv hur ewinciat 7 oclock f i I oBAPTIST CHRCH Rev Win Harrison Williams Pastpr t t Preachin g every Sunday at 11 am and 745 pm Sundaj School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 145 oclock t = fraternalI Orders tsoic LODGE Springfleid lodge 50 meets first and third Monday rt month 7ungtonvery second Tuesday Lield Council fIoS2 meets on hMowlay of THJI MACASEKS Meet rfet Wednesday in each mon FOLEYS IDNEY CURE Will cure Any eof Kidney r T Bladder disewe that is nott pw r beyond the teach of medicine OrVKMUPTODIC TlSftMli1thd1Jdd etl-ud wa nbI toorkftIM pysiea fh- hw tohpiaIwsagisi todh o4y t 0 r aM tIM nt Clatrtiuf TwuP1pss1Ca Ji4IHj 4 1 tl1 w r j i j N = J t Wfi iifflHWii umnf ii 1JJJ JlROU DOfTllK i A Jifte Day By AdellaWasher The cherries are rpe in the orchard The wild birds are calling me And out in the meadow the grasses Are rippling like waves on the sea The daisies are shaking so gayJyI Their whiteruffled caps in the sun Andover the tall weeds beside me- A long silken line has been spun watch it sway upward downward And fancy a messenger so sweet Has come to the bee seeking honey In blossoms not far from my feet sit in wonderful silence And softly oer wires none can see The manytoned voices of summer Are telling their story to meIFrom FourTrack News rEEDED Now that our city official seem inclined to j epair the streets and to look t after other public improvements for the town their attention phould be directed to one par J ticular crying need and that is- o i provide some way for the Business men land citizens to get ridof the rubbish which will d about the stores and business houses They are for l idden 00 burn anything on theE street or to burn it withip the town limits Asa consequence more or less of this trash fin s its way OUt on the streets and ack yards are fill d with it- hiCh t gives the town a very t ntidy appearance besides en dangering the health of the community Ini Harrodsbvrrg and other towns of more Imp01 tance receptacles are provided j and placed on the streets to re i eive all sweepings and rubbish and the contents of these reqep j tacles are regularly hauled off arid dumped at the expense of he city This is only one of the smalll public matters which would do well for the City J ads tolook after And there re others which are demanding attention and which are perhaps greater importance The town has assumed such proper ions that these matters relating to sanitary regulations can no longer be neglected without sad ly endangering the health of the- ommunity and nothing is of more importance than that a town should protect thte health of its people The sewer ciues is still unsolved although 1wein that direction Delays are dangerous the hot weather is upon us and if any work iis to be done on the sjewers it should begin a 1 ROP OULOOKThO fine yi rain of Sunday last which afforded a good tobacco season and gave those farmers the county an opportunity to pliant out their full crop was hailed with delight by many but not a few llet us say selfish ones re grrded it as a disadvantage to the tobacco interests They andtheynare generally those fellows who had already their crop in argue thus Before the rain last Sunday there had al ready been planted enough tobacco in the county to make more thin the average crop and this which was put out at therer t cent season represented just that much extra acreage There wasalreadyas much tobacco set out thy say as could be well taken care of and now this extra plantingl will allow the growersf togreatly overdo the matter and the years crop will be of poor quality and of low price The argument of our selfish friends is hardly pair for the reason that farmers live in sections of the county which have not been well favored byrains this spring and consequently had planted no crop at all although they were depending almost altogether on this years yield of tobacco If it could have been possible to cut off the fellow who attempted to put out more than his snare and still allow everybody who so wished to planta little it would have been well enough but such things are hard to regulate cwrITZiw- uib A 9 lI farmer Boys Forfarmers the country wants the most energetic thorough go ing and wiJeawake boys that can be found Therefore if a boy is blessed with that cOn ing concomitant which moves the world brains let him be Come afarmer Bra rs Constitute the thing desired in our agricultural science at the pres j entday Fifty years ago muscle was the all essential requisite Fifty years ago a farmer was i xpected to perform every maL ual labor of the farm by the ex ercises of muscular force while at the present day ho needs brains more than muscle to enable him to ma a laborsaving tools and implements with skill and efficieVcyi When the labors of the farm were nearly all per fcrmed by the laborious and fatiguing application of human- sforce arrntng was irksome drudgery Butn w when teams and team power respond to the biding of the tiller of the soil agri culture 4is the most agreeable livelihood One can desire True t some seasons of the year farmers ate required to labor early and late but this is only on such occasions when as the old adage puts it make hay while t the sun shines The farmer is belieyed to dwell hian atmosphere peculiarly favored to drink in wisdom and grateful showers to gather grains of knowledge as well as gold from the wondrous transformation he continually be holding and in which he is one of the principal factors Cor Epitomist A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death B Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dread fully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve dre out the poison healed the wound saved his life Best in theI world for burns and sores 25c at C J Hardens drug store Compromised Mrs Vernia Owens who a few weeks ago obtained in the Marion Circuit Court a judg ment against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company for ten thousand dollars has compromised with the company for 8400 This amount last Thurs day was paid to Mrs Owens attorney S M Payton at Eliza oethtown and the appeal which was taken by the railroad com pany at the time the judgment was rendered will now ba dis missed J T Owens husband of Mrs Vernia 0 wens was a brakeman in the service of the t N while in the discharge of ills duties last fall was killed in a wreck between Corbin aud Nor loneA suit for 0000 vas in stituted a result and a verdict was awarded forthe full amount te Salve ThaI Penelraies DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores of the skin and by iu antiseptic rubifocient and healing in flucnce it subdues inflammation and cures boils burns cuts eiaema tet ter ring worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve iIS made byEC DeWitt Co anti sold bY all Druggists Without a Sheriff Union county is again without a Sheriff owing to Sheriff W M Berry failing to givebond for collec ing the rflilr ad tax in the Caseyville and Lindle precincts r aplrd James Roddy V M Beiry and R U Clements deputies Eiisor Berry and deputies will see that the duties of the Sheriff are prop ely perfomed says the Morgan field Sun T The office of collector of the county and State taxes becoming vacant by the removal ofj the Sheriff Judge Clements has ap pointed Mr W M Beery special collector Tha taxes therefore will be collected as usual It is understood the attorneys representing A JPrestoni holder itIle railroad bonds have had this levy made for the purpose of making test cases They will attempt to collect the- tax from thl Illinois Central- railroad the banks in the dis tricts and other corporations Whether the attempt will be successful or not is yet to be de termined The board represen ting the people we are informed are ready to back tip those corporations that have helped them in the fight against the collec tion of this tjax bub the Illinois Central will have toJook after its own iinterests The total debt in the two dis tricts will amount 10 half a million dollars or more PeculiarAccident Two Men Hqrt by Palling From a Bridge The Railing Broke TATO men werp painfully hurt and twd or three others badly up by falling from the ridge across Road Run on the street leading up to the ccnuetery There were several men most of them attaches of the circus who were sitting oji the railing of the bridge late Saturday night watching thebig circus wagons being loaded on the train Suddenly the briclge railing on which the men wer0 perched gaye way dumping them all to the rocky H tpPORT bed below a distance of about twelve feet A man who is a circus follower anti who is known as Curley was severely injured He struck on the back of his head and a deep gash was cut severed an artery The man was ren dered uncpncious for a tIme from thefall and bledso copiously thb physicians had somedifficulty in stopping the owI Curley re Covered sufficiently to go away With the show tram Ayoung man by the name of Sweeney who liyes in the lower part of the county sustained a1 badly skinned nose from the fall ANew Kind of fish Two specimens of tench a new kind of fish in ihis section were caught list week by Mr Albert Wetterer in his and brought JUdJRiderhadthemputl they 1cd a groat deal of attention They weighed about two pounds and are quite a pretty fish They belong to Jbhe carp family and live in the mud the greater park of the year As a food fish theysare no better than the carp exceplwhen they are well fedf when they become very delicious They can be caught with a hook are very sluggish biters These wete put into the Wetterer pond atyout ten years ago and cam from the government fisheries Etown News Wee PhYSIcIans Treated Run Without 8nlldCSSc s W LYanoy Paducah Ky writes I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians n Kentucky treated me without success I then Foleya Kidney CUre The first bottle gave immediate reflef and three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this worderfu remedyFor sale by The Red Cross Drug Store I I ocooooocoooooooooccoocct g 8 GUERRILLAS 0 g 8 A Incident ot War Times la Washing 0 too County O 0CXJOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOC5COGOOOOO Editor NEWSLEAPER The following story wa fiir nished your correspondents J M Brothers the well known far mer of the Tatham Springs com munity It was during the war when ihe country was full of guerrillas andfights with them were num ierous tliat tli following band was organized for the purpose Of making a raid on some gur rillas that were scouring the upSas follows Tom Hall Henry Keeling George Keys MalkMartinSr William Terrell J M Brothers and Raflick Noel the last named one was known as the prizefighter and who had often boasted of what great things he woud do in case ofa fight and sp anxious was he for ihaIhe would neyer die batisfied un less he could get into meni with the guerrillas It was not long until a party of guerrilas was heard of on Love Ridge and our band twas off at once to give them a fight When our party arrived on Love Ridge we put Mark Martin on picket and the rest tookcamnt was not fong un til Martin fired hisi gun which i JTHE LAST Chicago Inter Ocean creek pond took Capt was a signal for us to coin to hisaid for the enemy had brought on an attack Thrilled with the thought bf battle we at once gathered our arms and started in a run to where Martin was stationed and band behold when we arrived there was no eiferay and the gun was fired off accidently and on exntaing our party we fond it was minus loe1 who had tied on first hear lug the reportof the gut leav jig his horse tied to a tree Mr Brothers took his horse home to him where he found NQe1who did not stop until safely in his ownhouse This vas his first and last fight so he said good bye boys Mr ot11ersSays for further particulars and truthfulness of the above you mayask anyone of the party These were times when excitement ran high and it tried mens souls in those days and we trust we will never experience stich again Iftlus finds a place in your valuable paper we will Ayers Sometimes the hair is not properlynourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out tturns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a HairVigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grbws long and heavy rand all dandruff disappears 3fy hair rras coming on terribly ISa1mo t ufrali to comb It But Ayeri Hair Vlgorprntnt3y toiiI tieXaUhngand aUoo restored the natural color M us HQ Landing X J ft a bottle j c TieR An drnaoZbta forToYellJa Poor Hair have Mr Brothers furnish us some more newsfor hehas manY thrilling stories of the war guerrilla fights etc in store for us LILAC Tore DD Money Harrodsburg Ky June 10 A white man giving his nann as jW H Petty Trand Nashville Tenn as his home waS arrested here this morning He was in a drunken stupor and stood on the street and tore up about one hundred dollars in bills When arrested he hELd ninety dollars on his person and was nicely dressed He could give no intelligible account of how he came to drift into Harrods burg NEGRO I GUT Bill Ralley Receives a Slash In The Arm In a FISht Saturday Ntght Bill Bailey a wellknownl negro about town received an ugly lash across the arm from ai knife in the hands of Joha fob ley white son Of Ely Mobley who lives out in the county Raileys wound was a pretty bad one and be bled profusely Drs RoBard and Hyatt sewed the wound up and the negro is able to be about alright The affray occured Saturday night after the show was over The two pen got into a difficulty on the road near Mr J Y Mayes f house about half way between i tbe town and the circus grounds I It is said that Railey slapped Young Mobley whereupon the latter made for him wth a knife andcmta gash across the right arm of the negro near the elbow Seyering several arteries Bothw men were arrested Combine of Farmers F iSglog ce10 Eight farmers in West rn Kentucky lilt upon the idea of form ing a company and selling their tobacco as one person in order to avoid the payment of the in ternal revenue tax of six cents a pound The Commissioner of Internal Revenue holds that such a company would not be brought within the exemption applying tofarmers and growers of to bacco and therefore the tobacco would be subject to the regular tax The Commissioner was Basked fyr a ruling on the subject by Collector Franks of Owensbor who had been approached by the representative of the proposed partnership and asked as to its relation to the internall revenue laws It was explained that the farmers proposed to form a part nershippfor the raising and sale of tobacco as cured on the farm and not manufactured in anyway The firm was tc have an agent who would solicit orders arid send the tobacco in separate packages to each purchaser One person was to be named as manager and he after the de duction of his salary was to divide the profits equally amon the partners MSecret Atoll It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore EyesrBoils etc nothin is so effective as Bucklens Arnica Salvesq didnt take long to cure bad sore thad and it is jail P K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at C Jo Haydons Phar macy V7W ItI tfIi SUBSCRIPTKJN- t J I t fJtJA YeAR j + Tt I iJ L lrwww iIiHH iliIiaiI j 1 i 1OrtOG AlulJnftl fI 1INTJIUS J l lttiiiIiI1 f 1rvx SHAJNTY COLEMAN 4 Th e Dahyilje Advocate llast Friday gives the following about the marriage of Dr John Shaunty and Miss Coleman an account of which appeared in last weeks NewsLeader u At the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs S fi Coleman ifl the coun try their daughter Miss Carrie Lee Was married yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock to Dr J N J Shaunty of Fred rickstown Rev William Stallings of Smiths Grove officiating The wedding was a very quite home affair only the immediate famil ies or the contracting parties be ing present The attendants ere Miss Mae Coleman sister of the bride atilDr George Shaunty of Springfield brother of the groom A bounteous six course luncheon was served immediately after the ceremony the color scheme being white and pink After receiving congratulations the young couple drove to Springfield The bride is an attractive young lady and although having lived in Boyle but a short time she has many admirers The grocm is the son uf the late DrJ C H Shaunty of Frederickstown ind is a- pr minentphysician AT MANSFIELDS HOTEL The Spartansburg S C Journal gives an account of an entertain ment given at thg hotel at that jMrJGSpringfield as follows cOne of the most delightfur and unique entertainments of the commencement season was the banquet given by the members the S A E fraternity of Wof ford College at the West End IJptel lasteyeninsf to Bnmb r of young ladies who were chaps r roned by Mrs J D Holler The dinner was served in the ladies ordinary which had been beautifully decorated T h ie table decoratipns were particularly attractive Covers were laid fortwenty eight The menu was as follows Flayed tomatoes with mayon aise sauce Puree of split peas pink tea Jsalmond salad stuffed olives eau dapollinaire brick cream and coffee Toasts to the gentlemen were responded by Messrs Tatum BarbbamCalhoun and ProfMQr ton For the ladie toasts were responded to by Misses Smith D wkins Annie Will and Marion Sanders THE CIRCUS Last Saturday was circus day and a big Occasion for Springfield That die peo ple ofthe town ancl surronnding country were circus hungry was clearly demonstrated by the tremendous crowd which gath eredin towntosetbeshowoIti i estimated that fully IQOO people attended the performance in the afternoon and nearly an equal number saw the night perfor mance The Van Ambufg SbowA is a good aggregation and they furnish a firstclass performaBce The show is clean and itsu zero hatiolfeatures are fxceptioBally good They also have what hrs become quite a rarely in the Tater day circuses a good clown The Van Ambucg Show cteited ia good impression here aud it WQuld be welcome ain at some future time sIurrrpii LECTURE ClYall1r8 Doodle versus ixi or Htmlet with the Prince Left Out is the title ot iecttrre to b gives at the Court House this Ihrsday eYHiJgLby Prpfr Jt fr C Noe focmerly of this placi but who now occa pies the chair of History and English Lit ratlr at the DtntJcolD Mcuirial IFiiTeeeHjr tt Cumberla114 Gap Profi Noerhas many frieBds and adwirera f in Sprngld Ai viciNity wqQilil have great faith Ta his ability to talkedtertalmly and a crowded jl J hou4e wili oubtleM be the re sultof the inndUBceBaeit otthir evertfPr f Noe is ire tiy i ipterested inltbe library ad Iin prdvidjng 4he best books for the university nd the proceeds of this lecture Will go to thatcauee Music will jix furnished fOltJI tWiltj tained AjtsiaU adaief o+ o 2iS t cents will iel charged tI CMMIScINI1SYsk j f AtaLeting 6t the ledinr M educators j df jCeafacky ifFrankforfcj presided over by v Staie SuWiatendent J4 Iff 1fhamrterson of Kentucky State col it llege President Burns Jenkins of Kentucky uniYerity DtT dL Blaner bf eeatraltlnUerlltYJf participate it was deter ati ed rto effect a jpera aient state ancl county orianiiaticm fo labor to perfect the coeuaott s ftoQllsdfl tem cf Kijmtucky This ors ization will b effected ata Btet lug to be hJBld at Uampfth Cave f r on June 22n xtr Prtaidtei hades F tbey of tIM fUniversity4 of Cipcianati aldrimembersof the soathya iaducaf f i tioaal T SwjiXi 3 the coftfrii re by mntatkm and f explaiasd be workings of sa4t o orgdizatIns ooiaWjio Virifiginia Miny chssjs in aud 7 amendmeiju to jfc i cfiKfit school lai s of KtflUcky irill f be 0iithe gnraleeiUy f pt 1 p1D t traLeEp- A fi Jabat twatjra 1 years ofLr who was bssk 1 J 1 taken to I iiief ill when ha w fcharged withi raising a cheek from 250 to 3250 aMde a 4su 1erze eI1pe frocji the ofici who hadhiaiia charge Weiaee day ere M ttej jeiii i thrgugli ttl1rcity on the aigtit trail i rtTIt jCHlng wnn bd bee i arFrested in BttLo11 W 1ie M4ffa short tipw siace emlisteil ta the Y s AVpay Wbea the trala was near jthe DftnVille pike CTOM tug on thje edge of jtowj UM prisoner jipoa the are4eace ott l gettiniK ajdrtak fM left b 4wliiqti1 soajethieb liktImike per host rrll i1c1theOfficer RbbtYiiBoer of Piss t f yule whp had the mut ia chrt arid ChiM Ibapoan t9m 1 good part iof ystrdaysis for hiaa utiN tmlil Jut g- hsdbsuaab4e itio Io a4t R I tj biO EstcwIsE- Yerytin P i1 5 wutAaalhtMsd addojopdIfyoe tbs tIigs D4 P pe Tbk4s t SeM b 1 P IMACI N S4rent yen Put Up in Mri coun JastF4I AU The White Steel J1tJ yll- EtSY TO OPE E NEAt DISIRABLE 01t1 o i J t Uf NWSL ER t TUVAYv 14 v tN M ttAH III ADVANC1 6 fefc 1 Wit 1 tj DIONLjKYly j iV DAVISON Jr1 t K tl biltii MtIoHl cP Mta iiseqtIirte4 CEWbM1 lttk1ittt KIM JM1IPMk1t tew raH tesb lIt t TiM i i tUy f ICCc 4 TMtIja tr cU writ H l1a rJIM 11w QfHf rHpeci AUMMr 8 nS25Crty a4 OiIIeerst5t4lrtX TiUDAT 3WF1 I905 The Kentucky Court of Ap I peals has decided in the cases against the Standard Oil Co 1m ll derindietiflefltS is serei1cOUfl ties for peddling oi without license that eachunlicensed sale 7 dON not c nstituwa separate t oensand that only one convic tton foe each Vagon can be sus tiined This decision is exactly j dn line with the decision rendered Jby Judge IH Thurman of this place iii the jzases whichi were brought before him in Marion and Washington counties The effect of the decision will be to eoaipWl the Standard 61 Co to licence itswagons in the future and will stop all prosecutions for 2plst offenses Louisville is invaded this week by a host of 50000 confederate veterans the occasion being the fifteenthannual confederate re union The railroads tjhave brought in thousands of visitors fronvill parts of the country and the crowd is almost record breaker t in the history of the f J city An attractive program of I entertainment hasbe arranged and the veterans ark given a welcome t Jhearty Ij TPxaSV T ii4jT Barnett and wife of Mackville were at the home of Mr and Mrs Jacob Kimberlin Ttiesaynigbt sriRoger and Wells of 1N1 your toWn were at this place Monday LE Sweazy of Nelson coun ty was visiting his sister Mrs J D Peterson Wednesday andS Thursday Ht was accompan ied home by his brother Clydp who has been a visitor of his sister for several days Mr G G Wine of Cloverport Ky is at the home of P C W PeUason Mr Wine will try to organ inize a kdge of Matcbees at this place We wish him suc cess The young people attended Stheachool enter tain menfrat Per ryville Tuesday night were Messrs EN Kimberlin L B Purr dom and H H Kimberlin they Iwere accompanied by Misses Georgie Young Lottie Hayes t tand Alice Cocanougher MraDA Crosby who was I catledrlo Leuisville to see her lather who is quite ill has re 7turued home Misses Iris Fuadom and Josie 2Lawrence were among the number attending the entertainment r i nightitbw community attended the show at Springfield Saturday Leon Bradshaw and Miss MyrtVGoode attended the enter tainment kt Perryville Wednes day uight tRVJ W Campbell filled hU regular appointment at Mill f Creek Saturday and Sunday 1 7f The much needed and long looked for rain has come at last apd one and alLare busy in to bacco Mrs R L Arnold anl family were at tne home of W T Kim berlin Sunday V 0Wited Mentan Women in this and r djo iniog counties for home or traveling work representing and 4y rtisingte Wholesale and Educational l Departments of an oki established Manufacturing House Salary f8 50 per day- with expenses advanced Rig fIuibed iUiennecessary posi t19i5 permanent references 1I- Lex eAaDiedr Address Bew Broth CQHome Dept Chlcaffp- HI I j f vii B4ito Bill the kepy bead 1d1 tu Iy abed C wMUft wake hlmif you stook him WtMia ii tliimWm overtoelc kirn OAj M MartMl wtkiag I vry MOM wfcta MY was breaking WtWicnccr l r V4L4T RII8 hats iM ii wer g t- isdd Is Iw B aasfrgattaa i I News From The Gourity S1JJ 1 tIli AaUh County PspIs j as Reporttd by urGsrrspdsists 1 Fp q IIr r Val Y Hilij Mrs MatUe McDowel of Dan yule is visiting Mrs Palmer Grundy of this place ibis week Miss Ann McChord and Mr H M Grundy of Springfield were in our midst Thursday Mrs J R Hughes of Bloom field is visiting relatiVes in this section this week Miss Mary Fields of Crescent Hill visited Mrs Palmer Grundy Wednesday Mr Ben Pile wife and charming daughters Emma and Lillie of Maud visited at the home of Ham Pile of this place Wednes day Miss Mabel Tudker is the cnarming guest of Miss Louise SetUp of Booker this week Capt B K Dugan Jr of Wbffdlawn is visiting his grand mother Mrs S E Pile of this place Several in and near this vicin itv have severe attacks of ty phoid fever Quite a delegation from this place are attending the U S C V reunion this week at Louis yUle Mr Benedict Janes and wife visited their parents Sunday Gilbert lonahoe visitedfriends- at Hillaboro Sunday We regret very much to hear of the severe illness of Miss Gra ham V nArsJa1 of Litsey who is dangerously low ofa sudden attack of typhoid fever As news iteIrs are exceedingy scarce this week we will write what we knQw and what we dont know call on Punch for it A picnic was given by tbe senior set of Beech Fork on last Saturday which liwas wen atten ded Several from Valley Hill as welt as other places were among the jolly crowd An ele gant dinner was spread on the ground and the cakes and meats showed the tact of the ladies of that vicinity in preparing for aD occasion cf the kind Among hose who attended were Misses Josie and LillIe Slfehan MaHie Mudd Mallye Leah Smith Net lie Hotston and vlary Stevens Mesdames Hal Shehan John irgiq John Houston MTrout Uin Neal Bodine M Shehan Qf course suchan attractive col lection of handsome ladies attracted a large cfowdof gentle men oflless importanceandthere fore no names need appear Several from Bardstowo came up but from some cause left before dinner Those from this place tharkthe people of that vicinity for their kindness and many efforts in their behalf to make them have a most enjoyable day Again thanking them and hoping the day will come when we can show them equally as good a time in return for their favorsUNq Pleasant Grove iMiss Graham VanArsdale is very sick with typhoid fever Dr Rd nan Williams of Ash brook was here Saturday and Sunday Misses Jennie Leachman and Nani Thompson went to Leba non Tuesday for a weeks visit with the Misses Sweeney iMr B D Lake awl lamily Mr Harry Thompson and wife M rs Sallie Robertson and J W Thompson Jr spent Sunday with Sterling Thompson and wife Mr J RNoe and family spent Sunday with Mr SC VanArs dale Peasant Grove turned out in full to see the Ureat Van Am burg Shows at Springfield Saturday They say they Wpreuever worse tooled in their liVes Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory has returned from Cynth ana where sbe has been visiting friends los the past two weeks Those that will attend tbe Confederate Reunion in Louisville this week ate Messrs M G THE SECRET OF SUCCESSi ND Sin cannotpalrn offny mbctitntef on me Ive bcerfurfnff August Flower lncc I af a boy and Ill have no other CForty biillion bottles of August Flower itintroductioni il showingofuccesslAugutFlowerbascure of indigestion and d spepsia theI liappiness1tDoesthatAugustFlower itWdWbtecordofOfttIKMU of these distressing complaints a fTwo sues 250 and 750 All druggists J r sale at Haydons Pharmacy e 1Leachman1 tus Trent Misses Lizze Mae and Ellen Gregory Sue and Birth Edgerton apd Daviess VanArs daleMessrs Leo Simms and Jack Spalding of Springfield were here Sunday Pleasant Grove is doing a Strictly matrimonial business and those not contemplating such a thing shcuJULnos apply for ad mission Those that are young in experience and easily discouraged will be kindly assisted by persons who make a specialty of rangingfromton guaranteed for a small extra costMisses Mary and Lucy Brown Ella and Sue Duncan visited Miss Lizzie Leachman Jast week A protracted meetJng will be gin at the Grave church as soon as we can get the new pews we are expecting then by July that is July 1908 X Itwill be conducted by the Rev Dr Latimer of Springfield and W T Over street of Perry ville I do not care to interrupt that Yankey who is giving us so much Hot Air about what ought to be dbne with the turn pikes in Washington county but will say we people of the Grove are in a very bad predicament about our roads We have lung since discarded all of our buggies and must foot it are go horse back just because the land sharks have crowded the pikes until there is not passing room It was early yesterday that one of our neighbors got both fee bad lacated while riding down the pike by havering the fence on each side of the road scrape him from his mount PUNCH Tatham Springs Miss Bessie Kays we ae sorry to say is very sick at this writing Mr Larkin Whitewbo bas been sick for some time isabieto goaboutagain- Mr George Shlrley sold s bunch of hogs to Isaac Armstrong at 4+ cents per pound Thedecoration services wer very well attended at Fairview and Rockbridge but the rain kept a good many of the former home Mr Henry Wells who is staying at the home of his sister Mrs Ei Yocum at Mcoresville was the pleasant guest of his parents at this place last week Mr Richard Piekston wife andi UtIle son Roland of Wiilisburg were the guests of Mr George Shirley Saturday and Sunday Several from this place atten ded the musical entertainment given at the home of Mrs BudI Sacracy Saturday night June 3 All report a jolly old time Mr Wesley Goff the wellI known carpenter of this as well as adjoining counties has movedI his family to Lawrenceburg where he can get work without going so far from home Mr Clarence Ashby and wife visited relatives in thiscommun ity Saturday d Sunday We have been blessed wth ia beauiful rain and suppose allI the farmers that were to plant ia tobacco crop had a flue season and alt got through setting what gropnd hadnt been put in corn Among those that deliveredI lambsat tbeEoyalty scales Mon day were Joe Burkhead Levii Sa terly Merrell Pinkstoo J W Satterry Elisha White andI Seaf Royalty All got the fair price of 6i cents per poun- dOnaccountotsucharainy afternoon there wasnt very large crowd out Jo church here Sunday but had a good meeting anyway Meeting willbe at 11 oclock a m every second and fourth Sun days from now on Sunday school 3 c clock p m Meeting at Rockbridge Urd Sunday in each month at 11 oclock a m Mr Henry White of Pulliam had the misfortune tQ lose a very valuable horse last week while out in the pasture A short time ago tell in some mysterious way breaking one of its legs It lived in this awful condition for several days when its agony be came so great that its life tyas taken tc ease its awful pains Since our last leter death has visited our community and taker therefrom Ardie the little 8 year ofd daughter of Bruner Arm sttong She d ed June 8rd01 paralysis She hadt been sick but a few weeks but the lasti three weeks of her suffering she was unable to speak She was buried in the Rockbridge cerae try beside her mother who has been dead about five years She leaves a father one sister and one brother to mourn her loss Her funeral services will be held at the Rockbridge church third Sunday m July by Rev Summers HYACINTH u Bottoms Store Il toIsee the nice rain which fell Sunday Stock water had gotten scarce but the creeks are flour ishing again JT D Yankey bought for J P Peters 47 fat hogs Price 450 MMMMMMMM and 4 65 per 100 pounds Also some fat cows at 3 and 31c We are glad to say the family of J H7 Bottom is some better Mrs J D Bottom who has been ill for some time is convalescent Oscar Bottom spent Saturday and Sunday in Springfield andI attended the circus Mr Tom Gabhart who left this county several years ago j and who now resides at Prince ton Ind is visiting relatives at this place motherllfromthe day Friday atJ H Bottoms There were but few who atten Baptisttlhurch byProfwas the correspondent It was very pleasing tto the ears of the listeners The subject wasuK sail on the sea of matrimony U In the sail there was a little Verse and af familiar onp which reminded me of an occurrence that happened in our yineinity it was like this Tis sweet to love but oh boy bittrto love- a girl and then not git her RObert Cand Oscar Bottom attended the commencement ex ercises given by the high school at Seays hall Perry ville Tuesday and Wednesday night- sIlillsboro dur grewtiredofseason and last week hauled water and made a season and set mostJf their tobacco While i some others tooku more sure plan for it and planted their ground in corn Mrs Sam Coulter of North View viSuited Mrs T W Suther land last week John Sbewmaker and wife of Sycamore Valley yisited the Jatters parents Mr and Mrs R M Mattngly Saturday and1 I Sunday There is quite a complaint off ants grub worms and other in sects playing havoc with the young corn We are very sorry to report Mrs Maud Inman who has beer confined to her i oqpi for severalI weeks with inflamaitory rheuma tism no better this week Omsby SbeWmaker Mitt Leachinanj Tom Coulter and Cale Settles four of our most popular young men were in the Love Ridge vicinity Sun day The boys seem to have found quite an attraction down that way They say the place has its right name Love Ridge Miss Lula Pinkston a popularI young lady of Brookville who hasbeen visiting Miss Jessie Noel has returned home T H Crook of Silver Creek had a black cow that mysterious ly dissappeared last week and after a diligent search he failedI to locate or bven find any trace of her He says the earth must have opened and swallowed her for she is no where on the earth for he has been all oyer it He can now say more than Lilac or his neighbors We have heard many compli 1 wents passed on the Card well letter and hope he will come each week for it is so interesting to all the readers but we are in clined in a good spirit tb regis tel a protest against it being signed Simple Smoa1 for such a spicy up to date letter should be signed Wise Simon as all have expressed that the writer has quite a fertile brain wit looks now as if the community willhave a telephone in thii near future It will be a branch line off the Willisburg andl Springfield line and will extendI11 to the residence of J M Montgomery Coroner Montgomery desires to be in connection with the county officials so Jie can notified with out delay in case beIr sudden death murder or SUiC He could also give Idej notice to the Masons of vicinity to attend the funeral r any of their decease brotherS- Ifwill be ofgreat importance in many respects and the company has promised to build the line and we trust that the work willl be pushed and notallowed to endl in mere talk We are ready to lend such assistance as may be needed to secure the phone for our vicinity SIIIcarve out a returned He says that the for tune sparkled with much brill ancy before him but there was Isucha craving desire for the folks at home that he could not hlve his health for nothing he ate nor the water he drark agreed with imso he decided to bid the west with all its at tractions along farwell to return to the old home never to be separated from it again until by death Milton Shields wife and six children who lived near Ftr Mount were taken suddenly and seriously sick one day last week altercating dinner A physic ikn w Rat once sumnlond and- succeeded in giving them some relief and up to present tbe familylte improving They hal- a narrow eacap from death and they owe tbeJr recovery to the 1A e I SUMMER GOODSI IOur t stock ot Summer Goods is most complete including a great rietyofi LinensJ New things in Plain and Lace Stripe Ribbons Gloves Parasolsl Fans I A LawnsI 10Hosiery in Black Tan and t Whites fort Neckwear Suspenders i Women Misses and Children i i1 4 LinensiIndia Porch Cushions at 4 0 ceri te 40 and DU t 4Voiles Ladies and Gents Underwear centa K great satiety from lyfiich ti Ginghrmsc Buster Brown Underwear for boys to eleCt I I VudorPorch Shades titWe mo t invite you to 1 Cunningham Dutia- nBBBB Ii D E sa Democratic Candidates The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6th 1904 They are to be voted for at the regular election November 1905 Fr County Judge B L Litseyr For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Booker Repstntftive W D Claybrooke or Sheriff J S Osbourne S PtofScboolsJ W Bush For JailerGeo D Catl6tt For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery timely arrival of the doctor Just what was the cause of the sickness no one knows for ta certainty Some attribute it tot tainted meat that they had purchased at the store while others think they might havegotton hold of a specimen of theU cabbage snake in sone vegetable that they had eaten fot dinner Tne above account was furnished us by W C Cammack of that com munity We were over at Fienwick lastt week and found the boys organ izing a strong ball team with TheyICoulter and Armstrong which will make up a fine team Arm strong who is sceduled for box is in a fine shape fopitching He has good speed fine curyes and his uspit ban isi invisible The Canary team will play them the first match game in a out two weeks and it promises to be an interesting one from start to finish and a large crowd is expected 7 Saturday evening was the t time selected for those who have fjdeacl buried in the QVaye yard at the church to meet and ceah it off which was much needed The ground when put in proper shape is a beautiful one and shonld be cared for better Someone should be selected- i each year to attend to it and in this way it would be well cared for and with little expense to any We learn that only a small evningIcircus so they may select another day to finish up the work There was only a small crowd out to here Rev Sims preach Sunday orning owing to the inclemency of the weather He will preach again the second Sunday Notwithstanding the rainy weather a large crowd was out to hear Rev W H Williams Sunday evening His sermon was strong and instructive many declare that it was the best that was ever preached in our church We are all anxiou Ifor him to come again Rev John Key will preach here next Sunday evening at 3 oclock- A llarge crowd should hear him for he is an able preachezILILAC WilUsbur4 t Quite a number of peiple front this place attended the show in your town Saturday Tbe base ball team from Mack yule and theone from this pace crossed bats at this place Sat urday evening the game was very interestingthe score stood 12 to 11 in favor of the Bur team with Curaley to cheer for them occasionilly Quite a number of our neigh bon have been aroused from their slumbers for several nights with the nose of stray dog io among their sheep D C Thomp son lot 16 and his neighbors having lost as many bit lt i T Sole Agentsfor Vudor Porch Shades This is the best I Porch Shade made Dont compare it with cheap Bamboo Shades that on the market Call and see it and ypti vii1ltiave- n I oothr 1 f Summer Clothing Shoes and xfo9 Blue Serge Coats and Pant sUits VL Douglass Co and Williams Singleor Double Breasted Novelty Kneeland Co high grade Mens aii Crash Coat and Pants Suits Scotch BoysPatent and Rus ian CaltSIoes j Cheviot Coat and PantS Suits Thesend Oxfords More lyle and wear goods are the Hart Scheafner and tha any other llines shown here H L Marx make are gurarteed u everiKrIPpeud rf Pi tmaJ o tine Shroes I L respect and Oxford for Vomeni 1 cordially visit us I 8 4 rfJ gaa 91rkWF the Wednesday morning just at 8 oclock L W Jenkins was awaketed by the noise of bis sheep in the lot claspto the dlscoverlwhnt his rifle with him he killed two dogswith one shot Both dogs being shot through the heart One of the dogs belonged tb one of Our town brothers which had bEn shot in the moutn once he fore and shot at another time7 but when he went so far from home he mot his untimely death But our good neiehbors should not take an offense at such forth lossof ourfarmers iis much more than the loss of a pet dog Lester Gibbs and his sister Mae Bell have returned from Harrodsburg where they have bepn attending school MissM e Bell won a medal in the elocu lion contest at Harrodsburg and another at Lexington in compO sition Lester was one of the tim that won a game of base ball between Harrodsburg and Mt Sterling They both arei quite popular in sociey circles and we are pleased to have them with us during vacation There were a nuniber of our young people from this place attended moonlight fete given to Miss Gertrude Moore at th home of Mr RoSert Charleys on last Friday night AU report a pleasant time There are a great many peb ple contemplating a trip to Lou isyHle this welt We wish them a pleasant trip Walter Wells sold a busfey to Edgar Riley last Saturday for 100 cash That was a good bale Walter Mr Rufus Foster and little daugbter Thelma have return ed home from Chicago to spend the summer The Sir Knights of the Maca bees decorated the grave of E D Wells at the Fair View ceme tax7at this place Sunday even iing There was a 1arge crowd present and the exercises were very approprate Edgar is the only member of this tent that is butried at this place They wept to the Royalty graveyard in the morning CASTORIAFor Aii Kind You Hays Always BMt Bears the dt3i nqtie p tdi Kockbrldil Death visited the home of Mr anc Mr William Hajdln last Sunday and tookth ir Jlittle too1cplaMrs Belle Ryan and son G10nn Misses Effie and Clackie Gordon J H Hardin and wife Misjs Vernor Wells and brother Johnnie visited at Mooresville Saturday and Sunday and atten dee the childrens day services at Mount Zion Sunday There will be an i5c q cream supper at B S Hardins near this place Saturday night the 17fch Everybody cordially in vitbdtto ndJWill Mouncy is very illat this writing Rev Summers filled his regu lar appointment at Roc briage Saturday and Sunday Meeting next third Saturday and SundayS Sabbath School every Sunday evening at 3 oclock Tu Gure aCald II Qiic day Tai4e Laxative Bromo Quitinie Tab eltsi All druggists refund the mney iIfltfalls to cure EW Groves signature is on each box 25c MzT3flrrARr rJLIi Scww3 lIiI nm I The first National Bank Ii 1 t StSPRIli FIE D X X i Capital 530000 tf q Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OCMJ r g bFFJCERSB I Litsey President John y Lewis VicePresiderit t 1qr A McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assiataqt Cashier R Ej rr 8 Foster BoOkKeeper ri i2 DIIIgCTORSB I Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green P itf Camp 0 bell RHEdeIenHM Grunqi John 0 Polin We grant every fa or consistent vfith safe banking Your bust 8 nessrespectfully solicitedIi j OOOO Louise a Couple ef Ancher It makes ine weary sold the skip per of n clipper ship just In from South stlt 1bat1D7 vessel sulreiedjio loss from e8tOIDI except slipping a couple or anchOrs Iow many persons who read thait nOv that ships anchors aresold by ihc pound aud that each pound costs from 5 to 7 cents I carried two 5000 pound anchors and the loss of then moans that I am out That wipes the profit of a voyage in double quick time docsnt it Some folks talk about ship anchors as though they rtfdnt cost more than inarllnsplkes New York Press foTeniaklHjj IB Horace When a dyak of Borneo makes tON he helps the girl In the hardest portion Of her dally toll If shfe smiles upon him no matter how sweetly he does not Immediately respond but watts un tit the next dark night Then he steals to her bouse and wakens her as siloS lies nsleep beside her parents parents It they approve make no sign but slp ou or pretend to if the glr accepts she rises and takes from tier lover the betel and sweetmeats be has brought her That seals their betrothal and be departs as he came neither ioaEJiur nor lhu socken to Wouldnt PeRccoHcllcdl Two of the most eminent lawyers at the Philadelphia bar were Benjamin Harris Brewster and his halt Brother Frederick Carroll Brewster Both lad held the office of attorney general for the state and the first had been attor tfey gpneral of the United States They had not been on friendly terms for iuany years It Is said that on one oc casion a mutual friend tried to bring thorn together and finally Frederick 0Consented to bury the hatchet and sent Benjamin u a card containing his name with these words written under neatli At home on Monday evening May 1 ItDy the same messenger Ben jamin U sent d card In return which read Benjamin II Brewster also at home Monday evening May 1 This ended negotiations RCCPHjJl ft aIRJI 1 or courie reading may become a mere Indulgencp nnd dissipation n habit to lie corrected also It Is very evident that many great resolute natures havt byripondering much reading of menot o lulousoteents rather than of the printed page Men like Cromwell anh fucoln nnd otficr who bare chaugixi the course ot modern history have been 80 nurtured We could even point tb a very great and effective modern scientific genius who with an apparent nu son to scientific literature gets his learning not so much from books as from experiments and from the twem ty question system intelligently ap- pliedI to friendly exiertsCeslturylf- iL11Ht Vel i teer V During one of the frequent rerolm tiois In Haiti the commander of the government forces at Tort au Prince made a requisition on the authorities at Cape Haitieu for men toald In put ting down the uprising After n somewhat rough experience of two or three dtys the authorltle gotI together the required number of rna and loaded them aboard ship Tiles tile following message was sent Cofnmander Government Forces Porta1l Prince felrrl send you Dtr steamer Saginaw to ddy volunteer Plqase return th4 ropes with which they arri bound COMMANDER AT PORT IZAJTIXNi Extlllhe IkerWhy dIll lucy call tMidtheval perIod thea1tk ages Pro fessorBecalise U k Btk tim4iCiflEiii WlOOW When simeein getst gOodsada mad he comes mlgUt near hTin iAtchUon Globe t rcuUaxtJae Xevf fc t Rememjcr the disgust which ever preads the faces ia a railroad ear when a WomaQ was seen to ehctt poodle a drink from the public drink Ing glass Xo one else toucIidit dur lug that trip but it Is more dan erous ant not css disgusting to drink after liuman bfelugs than a dog Fortucate ly most disease germs die easily rnd It Is chiefly by the qultedlrecfc xneanju Qt contact just suggestejT7toaTrdie eon taglous diseases pas from oae to tin olqer lt we putt aotillag late tug mouth cept baf belongs tire weSmight ride Jn a car with a dlfth ri patient and run np chance o catching YboThe matter or protection ILISrIyIeae- uruwn kandsGOod Hoesekeeeg- 5Zd r Isyoqr name Godd raghf asked i i bill collcjctor et a teiatf Oa wkea fcl was ratting It is answered the fflaaj wIth alook of siurprlse Then i1 have I bill agahMfc onr rAnd he landed him a hip of paper J 1iiat is not my same j said the Baaa f itiBOUhit So ItJ1P said the man as he IreftitIdrto cloSe the door Its rood eeowg1I J fordie t J1dLSTJtej Renters A tlTatRJr It we conom et said the huidwc will ooa have a house oC f 1tfInstead of haying to live In rentadprjt lefty i I But Im not sure I jhould lilce t1att l answered the wiic I couklHtrdrjffa nails anypvh re I plQase la tile walls or woodwork of our oa liouseTTy knowCblcasro cwx rtx1enesthan 3 3tc of his dIs3urseickSA The hucuna speclii offers freqwHii examples of Individuals attacked by k 4- albiiilsm l Ifouiid ofte4ut nuioHc 1 men of tthe lIack race White sihisosl nave skin of n peculiar paleness blond hair white or colorless beard plnJtIriii anti red pupils The negroaIWrto k siliti of vj jriable aspect I spiwe cap itifS wliitfe as mIlkant1I4atiira It kf f like waxJprj rather rcseinljietiw h of a corpse 4 ttTTJI keCnptahijtiJttles famoiw wStch ikpii would kcjep correct tune only 6jtV various shakings and shlftlnga of tue tnt wrong wfjU it It goea reot eien for him that Icnau how t read it Hewitt Vheii ItS hrtiwia nracnt IS It strikes iand then w A wltatudtpast 7 hteCMI Ddnt Ijo too aiicfous to get buJhl V wi14 lie wise matr u I oniul lUJ11ngotVDcI nifnk t tsiibultl Just sit do- wait for oae eli replied the Yqs for youll sit tip awe tte enough Mte- rIliPhUat1elp1ii Tedger Cbedlo- aesItIs ftposslblq keep n l111 i pencil Peopl borrowiNg yetf intiyr n4 rthfy forget tinr Brown AVhtv ktive RajJfoBW See Ive got it ilpihoosHvfi J I I1oeoii Trssrlpt Mii4SI siFpeiuiSii Caw 0 ralre e ioid kwe in efli the Jttiwt mede brid- wwa I cofe4d tkstm7 tebare ant IetalT r Thek hesveii r rWI tW gino p k wig Mow I eu- naybsI ft MMtMt tMrip tn th4 worldtn pteauat thoughts ned the gttI81 t Art to life ta have as many of tlitui M pwplblr Bon r TVt4f JJt NSlfADfRj o fIt VVBtMBBDBYBBYTXirMDAY AY 1 A YEAR JK ADVANCE r T Cotter Inter likes CscapC c i Word wi received at the CusS ioa Hou lyterdaythat Irvin Telly the Mrforlaus negro coun terf tiler fca4 escaped from the Federi1 penitentiary at Atlanta ip TolIj escaped testerday morning o tk speiag his second successful attempt Tolly and Luke Rayjwere bad jy wanted in LonisTilla several Iviiirs 20 forcrcullLtlDgrafsed VUS TtY Owensboro and tie Federal author 4zroesr itel had a clear case against v v them They were traced to Chicato and later to Memphis i whert they were arrested The r late Judge Hammond of Mem i phisdelayedrextradiUon of the fugitives until they escaped from 5 the jil at Memphis An attempt rg WajlCIadet Cave City to r- e4resi them by a private citizen vJif and one pf them shot him dead ir Ray was indicted in the State ivCi rourts for the murder though itt IItitwunever ascertained which one AAQf them actually fired the shot laid it upon tne other ft Tolly iras recaptured and san tenced to five years in the Fed eral penitentiary for passing raised bills Bay was traced toe j California where he was cap tured only a few months ago and Drought i tck Louisville The Federal authorities refused to v surrender him tQ the State court t to be tried for mjurder In J udge U Eyans curL he pleaded guilty t 1tothecbarge of passing raised bills and was sentenced to eight years n the Atlanta penitentiary z t Boh negroes are considered f desperate men and every effort f vill be made tor re capture Tolly =L u hwiU Her 1d t f HUIB Test Itwnsa hug e task to under 1 take the cure of such a bad case eof kidney disease as that pf 9 F Collier of Cherokee Ia but 4EJectric Bitters did Jt He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not st on a chair without a cusTiioDj and uffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In 5 Electric Bitters however 1 found a cure and by them was Q restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine toall with weak kida eL n eys liver pr stomach Guaranteed byC j Haydon Phar macist pricei 50c j Steel Roadbed TheFiscal Court met yester dar atxl passed a resolution PrO viding for the laying of a half mile 6t new style road on the Bardstown pike the principle of which consists pf laying broa steel rails upon which the heavily loaded wagons workin much the same manner as detivery wagons driven on the street car tracks iti the city The idea is anewone and is based pn the principle that much i heavier loads can be drawn over steel rails than over any other surface and that on heavily used tS roads such construction prevents ttie roadbed froth being cut into t rutsby the heayie traffic The new road is in use about Pitts burg where it has proven suc f cessfui i 15 const of rails six and one JHalf inches in width on which the wheels of wagons run The 4 8redth of the rails giving a total range of thirteen inches allows for the variance in the Width of axles By having a double jtlrack the necessity 6 r pulling offandon the rails for passing is obviated The rails are smOoth bands except there are slight flanges on the outside to hold the wheels in plCtcetthough not high enough to preventdrivj on ot off with ease No crossties are used The experimental half mile wili cost the county 7000 Of which 4667 is for the metal parts and the rest for tbe necessary macadam construction The exjjejise prevents the lay ing of this style of road except on heavily traveled highways where expenses for prdinary re pairs arahigh Herald monn In Powder M8azine Is courting death more suddenly but not more surdy than neglecting kid neydisorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued Use will cure the modt obstinate cases It has cured taany people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be in curable Jf you haye kidney or blad der trouble commence taking Foleya Kidney Cure today before itls too late FOr sale by TheBed Cross Drug- Store t Indian Relic Found G A Harvey was in tpwn Monday and brought with him an Indian relic which he found a few days ago inthe flat woods about 7 miles from town Ic was a granite stone two inches thick five inches in diametef fjind had a basin cut in each side It was highly polished both in the basins And on the outside For what purpose it was used no one seemed to know At any rateit isi a neat piece of Work showing that thewild untutored sons df the forest possessed knowledge and skill in many respects that egual or surpass the knowledge of today The stone is here but its maker is in the happy hunting ground tha game gone and the blue briars comeColumbia News Koflol DysBPpm Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures dyspepsia indigestion stomach troubles and makes rich Jied blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tis sues Goy G W Athinson of 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 forstomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Sold b7 all Druggists Cleaning Dp Deputy United States Marshal Coleman of Somerset has swooped down again on the viola ters of the government liquor laWs in Danville and this time it Ijoks as if he made a clean sweep List Monday evening between the hours of six and ten oclock he arrested seven yiolaters and placed them in the county jail Their trials will come up at once before Commissioner Lawwill The list is Albert Haran Bob Graham Mary Embry Milo Don ghy Jake Owsley Bell Owsley and Rufus Smith The bunch are natiyes of the creek district and South Third street and are old offenders Deputy Coleman Was assisted by jailer Bitzgerald Advocate Accidental Drownipg Paul LeumerJwas accidentally drowned in a pond at Nazareth last Saturday evemng Leumer w r was A native of Germany and unmarried He was aged 82 years and wa employed at Nazareth as assistant gardener Its ems that deceased and several other employes of Nazareth went in bathing in the pond mentioned which is situated near the rail road station Leu mer clamber ec on to the high wall surrounding the pond and leaped into the water He struck phe surface of same full upon his breast the force of the impact depriving him of breath His companions Has tened to his assistance but before they could reach him life was extinct and he sank to the bottom of the potd and it was several hours before the body was recovered Coroner Mann held an iit qrest at the Courthouse Monday and a verdict was returned abcveINazareth Bardstown Standard JVm 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 Wben I had coasumpiion in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Mdiarter trying different medicines and a good doctor invain I atlast took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly1 and perfectly cured ma Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throats bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Ha dons Pharmacy price 50c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle ree Bank Wrecked JParis IHThe Edgar County National Bank on the north side of the Public Square was wrecked withdrnamite3t4OClOCk thiq mprning The charge also de molished Bradshaws jewelry store atad Wetzels shoe slore ad- jacenttoj tho bank The vault was wrecked but thp smaller safe in which were the bank funds was overturned but is still intact A strange circumstance is that Walter Juntgen the bookkeeper of the bank has a broken arm which he says was caused by a brick flying ihlo his window across the square fronthe explosion The officers of the banH announce that they will resume business tomorrow dASTOElJAJean theThe Alwap ft A Signature y pr QZ A Human Llqhtnlnq Rod Lynn MassTo tIdnstrate his claims that there is little dagger in electrical force when properly handledl Prof Elihu THonapson of this city has per milted a currebt said to have measured over a half million volts pass through his body without displaying the slightest tremor l r experiencing the slightest physical discomfort from the test The demonstra tion wasmade for the beneCt of members of the Commercial Club of Boston Prof Thompson adjusted a special apparatus to his body andra high frequency current wa used Suddenly thE re was aftsh from the finger tips and gre itt sparks flew into the air illuminating two incandescent ligttts that were held two feet from the fingersI I ttIl L c Is how we deal in vehicles to trade We have gSUrGPIYl two warehouses fullof buggies I styles and prices and have something to suit everyhpdy t11 Ij Plows Wagons and Other Implements W We han le the genuine Oljver Chi11edP1ows Old- jj Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons adC the best anus and seeders on the market 1 Wecairy a full line of Collars HI ames Plow Gear and tI tp Wagon Harness or all kinds tJf you contemplate building a fence investigate our PAGe and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none ietter s Agents for Gasoline giIies All sizes and best makes Av McClure 8 Wells JUMPING FROG A RemarKuble Story off ei Boyand liisFrogj There was a day when Mark Twains story of the jumping frog of Calaveras was considered powerfully humorous but evenI humor of the best sort is eclipsed by the march of events in these stirring days There is for in- S ance the jumping frog of St MarysPaik otherwise known in current newspaper discussion as Emil Schroeders frog pr inf graceful contradistinction to the frog who would awooing go as the frog who exploded The best part of the story OfI the jumping frog of 6t Marys Park is that it is so delightfully improbable yet so strictly truetThere are perfect slews of wit nesses to vouch for the truth of every detail The custom of the small boys in the neighborhood t of St Marys Park to capture rIi lrogsandgently inspirt otherwise provoke them to enthusiasm and ambition in jumping contests is indubitably wenI known That little Emil Schroeder has achieved distinction as a superexcellently intelligent handler of jumping frogs is at tested on every hand among his associates That workmen haVe beenblasting in aji excavation at the edge of St Marys Park is something of which you can satisfy yourself by merely going and Ipqking That there was a frog jumping cpnlet there last Sunday a dozen participants willI testify and that something extraordinary happened anyone who was within earshot at theI time or who saw Emil Schroeder subsequently will cheerfully avow Nothing is left to com plete the tale but the testimony of Emil Schroeder deliverer from behind a complicated series l of bandages The frogunfort- unatelyforreasonswhicl later became obvipus the frog cannot be introduced in evidence The frog says Emil was a most re markable jump r Hence it was proposed to handicap him and Emit unhesitatingly wagered a pocket knife and three unusued street car transfers his champion frQg could swallow a handful of small black pellets which one of the boys had found in the excava tiouand theji out jump any other frog which might be pro duced The champion frog ob jected somewhat to swallowing the pellets but that was merely a matter of detail Once it was arranged the champion frog was brought to the scratch for the beginning of the contest He refused to jump After repeat edly urging him in a manner which had been here tpfpro effec tive and finding that he was ab solutely obdurate Emil Schroeder in moment of impatience smote the champion frog with a club An explosion followed which broke windows a block away and the frog has not been seen since They are still dig ging small particles of earthy rock and frog out of Emil hroeders person at his home 680 East One Hundred and Forty secpnd street The small blajelf pellets which the champipnfrpg was required to swallptf as a handicap were dynamite balls used for smallxmasts by the workmen emplpyed in the exca vation near St Marys Park PvwYorkcorAsthma Know Tills Foleys Honey and Tar has cured manycases of asthma that Were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Dues ing 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold contracted twelve yearsago was neglected until it finally grew into asthma The test medical8kill available could not give me more than temporary relief Foleys Hooey and Tar was recommended and one fifty cent bottte en tirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years and if I had taken it at the start II would have beensaved years of suffering For sale byTh Red Cross Drugstore Serious Trouble That there is a serious misun derstanding among some of the students and the Faculty of Central University there is not a doubt Although both sides are reticent ithoA been learned that Ithat there has teen talk of re fusing the diplomas to two mem Class on acIbars of the Senior count of their connection with the base ball team It seems I that the boys were short a man I for the Southern trip this year and Manager Arthur Rhorer arranged to get a student from Washington and Lee Uijiyersity Virginia tp take with then IP hthe vacancy This be di with the result that the Faculties of the two institutions got nextand the young man in 3question TT 4 Washington and Leii and Manager I Rhprer and Captain Oscar Letter ar6in danger of losing their diplomas The bise halt team has been summa fly disbanded and the boys ae awaiting further devel opments It seems to baye peenI the intntion of the Faculty t6 suspend or expel them at rstsI but this Course has not been definitely decided upon It is au horita lively stat d however that ueitber of the ydq g men will be allowed t to take part in the Class Day exercises although Mr I etcher is Salutatorian and and Mr Rhorer Giftorian The matter of refusing them diplomas will not be definitely decided until the meeting of the Board of Tn sees onnext Tuesday when the case will be fully discussed andsettled The student body seems to think that the punishment for so small an offense is ertirely too severe even in not allowing the young men to lake part inI the Class Day exercises and it W rumor d that hould the Fac ulty decide to withhold the diplo mas the students will take aI hand in the game and things will become extremely interesting Danville News Onalilf ys l3iiaDltit7 Hard muscle and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food youI eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of alll the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of Jtbe condition of the stomach and conveys jthe nutrient propertiesto the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system ovprcomes and cures Indigestion dyspepsia belching sour stomach etc Sold by all Druggists Harrodsbiira Burglar Sunday morning aboUt 3 oclock a burglar effectedan entrance into the residence of Mr J D Bryant by placing a ladder against the house and climbing in an upstairs window The first intimation of his pres ence was when he cautiously opened the door leading into Miss Wilmer Bryants room Thinking it was some of the family she called to them but receiving no answer raised up and iaw the burly form of a negro standing in the door She screamed and awakened the household and the intruder ran for the window by which he had gained an entrance As he had left all doors and windows open he easily made his escape Evidently e had just gotten into the house and had np opporiu nity fo appropriate anything as npt a single article has been missedHerald Feel IIMDen ton Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Brights disease and diabetqs has been changed to thankfulness the benefit derived from takingi Foleys Kidney Oure It will cure incipient Brights disease and diabetes and even in thevworst cases pives comfort and relief Slight t disorders are cured in a teV days I bad diabetes in its worst formvrites Marion Lee of JXunreath Ind I triea eight physicians without relief Only three ottlesof Foeys Kidney Cure made me a well man For sIc by The Red Cross flru3tore- Commissioners z Sale James Welch vs PHTIIf Equity Ben Waldridge By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at Court House door in Springfield tboI ON MONDAY JUN26 1905 beIingof 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property or sufficient part thereof to make the debt interest and costs as hereinafter setout A certain tract er parcel of land lying and being in Washington county Ky on the waters of Chap lin river and bounded as follows Beginning ata leaning sycamote tree on the south bank of Chaplin River corner to J P Woford thence with said Wofords line to Chaplin River on the opposite side of the hill thejice down said river South to first big hollow thence with said hollow to Mrs Emma Nealg line thence with her line to Chaplin river on the NOrth thence down said river to the begin ning containing fifty acres more a less Amount of Ddbt S93510 Interest 467 Costs 3625 LTotal S97G02 perLchaser or purobasers approve security or sureties must execute bcnds bearibc legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgm nt Bidders will be reqnued to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M CW C C A Bad Scare Some day you will getca bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendi citEs Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for 11111 bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at Haydons Pharmacy only 25c 1Try them lMr Henry finePtt5thorse last week caused by hav lug hisi egbrbken V Mr William Mupsey who has a cancer on his chest isriotex pected tt live as he w confined to his room Esq Prather is worse at this writing Mrs 5 B Yocum is on the sick list this week Rich Oanary and family spent last Sudday at Sharpsville The Maccabees decorated the graves of the departed breth ern last Sunday at the Royalty grave yard at 10 oclock after that thy went to Willisburg to theravdoZ Edd Wells whicn occure at 3 oclock P M Whats the matter with Mr Will Claybroofce We rwould feel like he pad douehis part if he would liass a dog law We rein great need of that It is nt Any wonder that people cant pay ttheiri debts or cant prosper If you jgo tp a man in this part of Washington connty and ask him if he has any hogs he wills y nobutask if hehasany dos he wllhsay yes six If hehad to pay five dollars on each dcg he would have more sheep and bogs and not so many ogsj We agree with our cor respo dent and think that Mr Claybrooke should by all means passi aj dog law Whats the use of having a Legislator if he cant paSs a doglawEd ifVtJie llawyersrof Springfield wijl just keep cool they will soon get sobae of the nickles that the boys haves made dpwn here for things are coming around all 0 Ki I think the match will soon lie lighted anfl the fire will star NOW IS Tin TiMi1 f POP HYOIEI- Far easier to Cure Catarrh Now Than at Arty Other Seasoni Nop is the time touseHypmei when the earjy summer days mak it so easy tGculecatarrhalS trouhjles The i mentj breathedfor a few minutes three are four times a day in May tr June will do good twicei as quickley as it did in January and nearly eyery one knows that used faithfully then it complete ly rids the system of catarrh The complete Hyomei outfit costs but one dollar and con sists of a neat iilbalefthatcan be carried in the purse or vest pocket and will last a lifetime a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles of Uyomei can be pronuced if des iredt for fifty cents The Red CroS Drug Store gives their personal guarantee with every rlyomei outfit they sell to refund t1e money if it dO SDOt give satisfrction There is no risk whatever to the purchaser pf Hyomei Lucky to be Out oft Jail Not heeding the exampe pfr the now famous Dr Oler resident Patton of Princeton has brought before the public qnes tior4 of vitall interest which promises to be the subject pfr great discussion especially amOng the common people PttoIn I hate to see a cold blood rightliving rascal who has 40000000 aud can teach Sunday schjool regularly and drive his hard bargain every week al ajys keeping just within the range of the law If I were asked what I thought of such a man I would say he was lucky nojk be In jail- Naturally the question arises isja man who viai worth 40000 000 oven though he teaches Sundayschool lucky to be out rwc+ 4 Everything NEW and up todate in tbs SPI3CTA CL1 LINE The BEST the market affords in the wk otaExamine Eyes Fogging Syitemj Orb l es Trial case etc A Ourthetbod has always been to piease otirjcutothers Get OUR PRICES on S I ii LIDOdi FRMi3S t y ntheitai t KYYOII They Will SURPRISE you D Must Show M im From Missouri9 ffC 8 ja tM i the pleasure is otrs i E M RUSSELL 1 of jail Behind the bars lie would a few troubles to be sure but he would have no worries to speak Df1 The choir in his Sunday school class could not strike arid nobody would taunt him about his papajs tainted money nor would he be obliged tp listen to Ipng jfliscpurses upon papas virtues and papashOnor able businesslike methods HE could even discourse tp a class composed of his fellow prisoners bn the evilspf beiug rich without being the victim pf any comment aside from a few compli mentary words from the Weeke ly Pnspn Tidings But beyond alll these there is the dntyof taking care of his vast fortune and to a young man accustomed to nothing more strenuous than the gentle occu patipri ofteaching su day chl such a task must fall with espe cialicruelty Knowing that he must hold to what ebu in order to sustain life he tS bound tp see about him suffering hu manity with all its cares and responsibility He must eetbe pppir and the needy and fearJg stretch fprth a helping hand lesi he mightrput them pa the road to wealth the path in which he has stood with his flaming sword warning those who gather wis dom from his lips each Sabbatfi morning tp turn aside Behird the bars his simple ants would be satisfied without trouble his conscience would be clear and he could if he so de sited be1 securely shut in frpcr the wicked world about him for nearly anyt4 kindhearted jailer would be willing to give him a dungeon apart from therest of his kind where he could meditate on his own virtues and en joY in quiet the thought that be isnot like so many other men PpstI tie Wheat Crop A Chicago corresppndent of- rthe New York Herald has made a careful estimate of the wheat crop of 1905 which he considers the largest since 1901 The winter wheat crop in fourteen States is estimated at 3tS01000 bushels To Kansas 4s assigned 75000 OOOftpNe braska 89000000 and tjt Missouri 87000000 bushels these three being the largest I producers To Kentucky arK assign 10000000 bushels The total winter wheat crop in all the States is put tt 4li000000 bushels f IS BBEBBElS3E rJ7E EEW HAGAN LEO HAYtON JOaN SEARCY llc Springfield Carriage to EVERY JOB GUARANTEED i M fit If pur work plseyot tell trf your friends if j not tell us U Your satisfactioji means our SuccessI 1I A m Any Kind AnyG1oV N PRICES FROM 6 UP = wf B LAMBERT Manager aa aB lE The sprint wheat cropw in volved in more uncertainty be tH cause the jharvest iis further tJaway Dut qn the lsisLof th Jttpresent condition 111tfiired 259000000 bushels Adding thrf jr twp together j we get graad 7 total of 67flf0X000bOO bwrfiett i This gives the largest crop snws OA Tj4 1901 when the final fgura wers J748460218 bushels V t The cprr pobdeat says far mers throughout tJe oentrml parts of KentiScVy iff wI t agreed that jthe Staie will hare I= better cropithan it had l14ysr r the best yield Per wire ma 1 decade MA iPa etite pow V j i farmer is qjuoted as ttywg athis will bb sKentuckys bAiuwc year for wheat iiK The aouut df crxop i ths f United States is vera sbjseI upon wkichthe makers oi e L tvlfi4 mates can igreer The Hermidi i L figures appear however to MvesiOJ been cpmpie with tare r 3 f4S ttf1 J i bY local zp1katss as 1yiu ireacli tkediaipctio cfSwty to rtQtIti by rtita i1I4t1 Dtafii kI 5 ledcondition of the MIMK 1 lag f tke TESmtackila Tube Wb = this ta4 e i1Iafiftdy4t Wr an f ling sown oj i i erfect bealDg 1 1tn It isi eMireIycIei4 Dstt the resl sUd ualew tbeScioncaabe jlufeut ad this tete restored toits nouia4 coftditfon lf r ing will be destroyed Iprtrerf 111M cases out often PecaDM 1J1CManta q which iia othiar bt kcs t dition of thi pucoftii jiMiaoM jf J We will gve One Hundred Dolla J forsny case of X eafafM ced by- OjlCatarrhC3FX CHENEY Jt COt TolioO Sold by Dniggistsi 75c Take Hatl s Finally Pills for c ration J RtoVfcbrfcli t R D Rilejr and adl were in j ur town Satoj business Mrs MftryiA m little son 1 jjYW grandarent m Mick ville week Henry Thompo and fswi1 visited th hoi eofD 0Ason Saturday and Su May 30th WM ikjo at thispluce It warn v1t- de4ad l all had an enjo time i Mrj l ibell LaW80Dii home of AdlIaw ou Ui rsJliame Masteri her J1DCe James Bill woekTo tItMt t the Repubca8 ot ingtoh couy In da- n ordei of the Rei State Central Ccoithi Republicans of the van cinctswillmeetinpventious 1 J lQ05 it 1oclock P M places designated onbil1 in each precinct for i poseof choosing n pr di mitte awo kserve on th coaimitte The comma thus chpfleA will meet CJI lowing l t11iJ1e ie offioeloflfi Gr1 oclock for the puatp izing Ifijff 0 GoWCQIvn CAST JiiaMTil Kh Tttf vt Hlti B arsth ignstrof w 7i1 OverthcI k c4 5 Alr sf nJMian1 N In l 1 tr I QTimHU aty POWIT dr en l f e ctisd and I forgo t jNrbt moweat how aUght Wosmtac IisC with your family Man JCM MV awl set Oxford Is my destlna ttev M4 I IMII make for that town t tnir1MtK are astir The c prtry to ot ftearly so disturbed as I iiq eId to nd It and the roads ort pirttctty safeMBdd you know the jflMtte better ttutu I This pass Is u most jM t 40cwBat ad will open every w I tear Iit with you He placed tfc pst the tabte before her II I elK rrretQ CQ4IJnlel you I Mali a4tfeeye sot to take It Into 4 Ovferd aIei you have some satin factory pfe ti account for its posses Ma Bat yen had anything to eat since 7ea teto York Her woke was caw Mthtjaote of a nightingale Xaakl ArBwtronk with alaugfc jtkMl jta ti t tabout that a most Ml trick ef Haemoijy be hnfffc 4 merrily at him and her Jrttv cm tfee heartier as she saw fc was t ftccofcjplleh ber ObJe tthen th kh was checked as a sudden i WLj4 pC pity tot him surged over berI Fr all his stoe he was a very teefc e gBife and a sjiircr ran over f ktra s abe pictured what he must think eh r when he knew The sudden tcn tota WM relieved by the arrival of Old Jfc sad tbe ervaBt carrying a meal o awl afry whose Incense wad a 4eht te tINt starving man There she cried sit down oppo INte se Put this pass in safe keeping wiUll Mek tMJt You will surely not W M cntcl as to ertme on the first atafe st ciir Journey Ma4a said the Jbewltchod mon I shall do with eagerness whatever ttiiyoar leaRN to ask of me t CHAPTER XVII 44NOTHER glorious summer raoralBg greeted the pilgrims a y at jjork a morning so dear aMI splendid that it seemed to tare lifted the gloom which covered mlgbttUJMT fatifi e of the day before Frances WM the lest afoot and at this setting t tertk Armstrong and old John were Ute laggards as she blithely informed theaa whea they appeared As tEX PSde away from the ancient iewH the fIrl could scarcely refrain from Joining the larks in their matin a strange feeling of elationsuch AUpdlKr being Shcufilanced sideways at Ariaatfoifg riding so easily on his pteadtd horse What a noble looking youth he was and bow well his new attire became him Again she glanced atlm and thus caught lila gazbent pe her Be smiled at lier was sJIl tog nrfceifohe turned her head jtisaSs 0 your thoughts In your ace he said Can you she asked In alarm JtYes At first the pure sweet bti tJ of the morning appealed to you You were glad to leave the sbut in street of the town and be once more id the tspen country The thought of yor brother came to you and the sun fthtae et your facc died out in sorrow y for JIM wishing you had news of him De Dot be concerned for him I have eea any a wound deeper than his awl they were of small account with yM and health to contend against 4 tpTIe girl sighed andjiurned her fdce away making no comment upon his eesectires which were so far astray from aCcuracy Why had she given Mutbeht to her brother whose wel fare hd sever before been absent froth ke nid yet who never before was in u i dancer as now Why had a ers image come between them Kdixlng her mental vision that ItT had been for hlfi A help at the part assigned to her t with bitterness and tier tears g man saw that Some strong id overpowered ber against her struggles were in vnln pathy with her sorrow maq If In his action He brought his hone dtose beside her reached out ami tocWUr b Mflebear lpnot grieve he said tenderly I plciir my faith your brother to better already Have no fear about him Ue1Iie out and about by the time you are horne again But cOlfl we base now n IreI road 1JclON 1Ii Let us gallop Theres noth 1nso jkicn the mind ha a charge on a gpud bosses We wilt make old John 1s tuu1p5et together and old John lbs Jo keep them In sight e miles from York they horses then pushed on try until Tuxford came In an hour and a Jialf to cer stretch than bt 11001 for either t It was not yet 5 in when they left York and exception of a bite and sup Lonly halting place they had Up eat until 2 oclock Many p fot the jiumerous inns along the road weT dMtHeiL awl in ruins tiLe farther qn IIUae Journey was prolonged the io eev iut became the traces of war IUd ArI1OS31g found that he had HMBfit t44kie as toltfestmg places 1 hoe tMld the girl who1 knew r t r54 that t49 Crown at Tux ftwd h MOt been Vlown down again kssa ewl inn fWJjm hKBce of its being blown J MpMMl Armstrong flippantly lWjil lyglgoni downoace Jtglta cestn yslnce1B t MaLJt was rebuilt You rklaoclly feeling for if- rMjttw Margaret Tudor restI 1901 whea she went to rTTutIC kisf IatIra 1heBttre OMhMi S pta evil owe for me W 9d th M Ike Utf Margaret had slept IMlfs tte alckt W the storm S 1 Wtar HHMt HIT Jaes V came i t tfcfelwNtor aM br trtchery r t I t if 7 ctoB with isray 1 tit be di7S1uIrtrIaI famie mki i e two a hMterte life wbss hto cow a ew toferted lllllWfrntroug etna eerto hiavt beett a con tiding raci of simple tons bellevlaf t ii ciiifo word to be trw h ha steell tTjII kC t ik jiiargaret was us raise as fair and a poor Queen for Scotland yet here am i now risking life or lib crty for one of her breed thit descend ant of those felt Stuarts who never honored woman qr kept faith with man Sir what are you Baying cried the girl aghast at the unheeding con Cession into which his impetuosity had carried himSI 7bod you may well ask saJd the young man startled in his turn at the length he had gone Still ft does not matter for you would be the last to betray me Til tell you nil about It some day und we will laugh over our march together if you forget what I said Just now The end of our ex pedition Is not to be the end of our acquaintance I hope and you live but a days march from the border I make no promise until we reach home again Thou you may not WIsh to mnke the journey Little fear of that I must see you again If Only to tell you of my luck In cattle dealing atrivlilcbyou showed such scorn yesterday- Do not let us speak of tlial There Is the Crown l1Jlnnd even if the shade pf the Princess Margaret dos- not haunt it I am pleased to s5e there i re people more substantial around Its doorsIt crounIssome of the old gliding shinqs through the new paint It wits late in the afterndon before they were on horse again anti they jogged down the rdad at an easy am tile Newark was passedj but they did uqt stop there longer than was neces sary to sho v their permission to tpavel for Newark had bedn u royal town garrisoned for tile king and besieged more than once Armstrong had in tended to stay tile night there but the authorities showed some reluctance in accepting a pass for two as convoy tor throe and It neeiled all the young mans eloqOenceand Insistence on rrspect for Cromwells signature to get old John past the barriers so whthi once this permission was grahted he thought it well to push on clear of tIle place and risk the danger of Camping out beside the road His luck still stood his friend and nt Grantham some ten miles farther on as the sun was setting they came to the ancient archway of the Angel CHAPTER XVIHt buxom landlady of the THE remembered Frances her former visits to the inn so she took charge of the gtrl in the most motherly way fussIng over her am seeing to her comfort It was late when Armstrong return ed from the stables for old Johns pact hprse showed signs of distress from traveling between seventy and eIghty miles lljat day and 10s the slowest g4in the party sets the pace the- fiflImaihLld to be seen to and cared for After his bounteous supper the young man strolled abdut the rambling inn and to his surprise came upon a lonely figure In a dim alcove Dear lass he cried ydu should have been at your rest long ago This will never do But he sat down b side her TIle place was narrow rind very cosy as if the orjcl window recess had been constueted for two lovers I am not tired she said and hiivc much to think of sQ I knew I could not sleep Oh it can be done They say Cromwell has the power of dropping to sleep the Instant he gets halt an hour to himself He has plenty to think of and yetbo must beabfe to guide his thoughts or abofish them for the moment or he could not dp that Do you like Cromwell I do not You surprise me I thought you were a artisan of his You remember what I said wheq we were apprOach- Ing this inn You said many things Are But 1 said one In particular that I would have wished recalled if it hind been said to any one but you I promised to let you knov all about it some day but Ive thought over the matter and Im tgolng to tell you now Xo noi I do not wish to hear It is not fair to you that you should be exposed to an unknown scatb This dIdo not occur to inc when I set out but your Journey may be jeopardized because of my being deeper In danger ous projects than yPu have any sus 0 pfIon of So I have need to tell you rnyreal errand in the south t Mr Armstrong I refuse to bear You I will not be burdened with what does not concern me I asked you to think of the injustice of what you were about to dgr If you ore on some secret mission there are others besides your self Involved It Is most unfair to them that you should make a confidant of any person without their consent You say sooth It you take my hint and promptly disown me should I become involved I am satisfied I can the more readily disown you if I know nothing of the traflic you are engaged in The two were startled by a deep voice that broke iii upon their discourse They had heard no one np proach but now there stood before them at tile outlet df the recess u tall gaunt figure in the somber garb of the parliamentarian as if he were the jsplrlt or some forgotten Templar of whom they had just been speaking in deed lie seemed the modern embodi ment of one of that fanatic sinister band for while his bearing betokened the fervid exhorter a sword by his side indicated that he used the physical as well as the spiritual arm His cheeks were sunken and nj two days stubble on his chin emphasized not only the emaciation of his face but the unhealthy clay color of his skin A word with you Who are you Whence come you Whither are you boundr and tftwhat purpose Egad zntttered4ruthtrong under his breath Uorejaialfatherf confesso- rndeednnd Wg f wllHtigto takc pn the task with no misgiving The girl wondered bowiong the ap parition had boon standing there and rapidly ran over In her mind what had been said ootwejen Herself and her com panion since lie came Armstrong oike up and while speaking proffered hS PMS to the interloper SIr that document will possibly satisfy all your ouegtlonUifia hlJ i r fW nranccr t1lt1uflt 1tbCJa ic near we lamp and rend lt brief wording This answers Hine of ady questions exceptt and thenJby inference only that you are perchance destined for Oxford Is not the signature sufficient pnss port so long osyQU do not find us south of Oxford or northyt Carlisle We are within the region over which the passport extends For the second time Ipropoundmy Inquiries Then for the first time I return them to you Who are you Whence come you Whither are you bound and tP what purpose The man answered without the slightest show of resentment against what he must have known to be Iiii r Intended dmpertifaence 1 nin lezcldhh Benton a humble preacher qf the word and If need be a wielder of the sword I come from ewark and purpose returning thither God willing with more knowledge con coming you than you gave when you passed the pate If you are entitled to hold this pass you will meet no ob struction within its limits As no per Ious aiv named upon this paper It is my duty to satisfy my superiors that It Is not misused Pardon me Mr Benton but has it not occurred to your superiors that General Cromwell had wished the names knOwn he would hav v set them doyen as fully as his own I ezekiah thoughtfully scratched his stybbly chin and was evidently non plused by the view so calmly present ed to film After turning the problem in his mind for a few moments he re- plIed Nevertheless you are traveling on the London road This pass rends CJr lisle to Oxford Newark 13i not on the highway between these two towns Admirably reasoned Mr Benton and I envy those who have opportunity of hearing your discourses They listen to good logic I stand warrant But the apparent mystery is soon dissolved This paper was written by his excel lency at Corblton Manor In thecounty of Durham at about this hour of tho night three days ago what time If 1 may so put It I was tW guest of his pvrellericv at that place If yon will HAVE otttr me county or iKrdp i crtaa or tile county of Northumberland in ininu you will observe 1 have taken the quickest route to Oxford when tlio state of cross country roads is consld credoSo far as the London direction is concerned we ueilcut from It tomor row at Stamford nml wll1 test God us at Northampton tomgr row night Sir your disquisition is most com plete anti satisfactory If but a tithe of It liad been given nt Newark I would have been saved a hurried journey and you a cross examination I give you good night and God be with you Frances rose also when their visitor had taken himself off You are somethIng of a diplomatist Mr Arpstrong but I car diplomacy require a touch of hypocrisy Your accounts of another mans pass did not seem strictly accurate U waV true nevertheless Every Ycfyou cannot ICIlY that he gath erctl a wrong impression Ah that Was his fiuiltnotniinc But I Will be honest With you nail admit at once that hind a direct been necessary I would have used It I Was detcnuined not to give Lhhu nnj name for the pass I hold from Cromwell set Manchester as the limit anti are are now south of Manchester 1 would have given Benton my name lat York but not at Grantham CHAPTER XIX day tIle three Were not as their march Northampton was Barely fifty miles Qistaht and the day was longer than the way Tile good landlady of the Angel bustling and voluble saw them off with many Blessings and wislilngs that God would speed them Stamford furnished bait for their horses and a short rest for themselves Then they took the de flecting road for Northampton but their packhorse limped and their prog rps4 was slow Frances was In better spirits than was the case olnce the pil grimage began for she had now per suaded her mind which eagerly wished to be convinced that her future action would save the lives of two men Arm strongs not less than her brothers find so she had come to look upon her unsuspecting companion as her benefi ciary rather than her victim The day parsed pleasantly enough even if progress was slow Armstrong related many Interesting pr amusing anecdotes pf the border nndMbe girl came to the conclusion that life must be anything but dull In that hilly dis trict They partook of their noontide meal at a hospitable farmhouse for inns were few and mostly untenanted They learned that Jt would probably be dark by the time they readied N6rth arapton but there was a new moon to light their way They were off the mnJji Juio of travel anti Lad tthe rend practically to thcmsereca At nIIn the afternoon they tfeard the suggested that it would be well to draw Into the hedge while the troopers passe l and this they did The Scot sat easily on his horse watching the some what Imposing oncoming the breast plates of the men scintillating in the Declining sun which shone full upon them Suddenly Armstrong straight ened and unconsciously perhaps his hand grasped that of the girl beside himSHave you ever seen Cromwell he asked No1 That is lie at the head of the cay alry She drew a way her hand and sat there scarcely breathing fearful of the approaching encounter which now could not be avoided If Armstrong were equally rerturbed he showed no sign of it and she admired his non chalance as she glanced momentarily at liiuh But tier eyes turned Instinctive ly again to the leader of the troops There was something masterful In his very bulk he sethiied a massive man on his lingo horse power personified were horse and man His unblinking eye faced the sun like an eagles and he cnine stolidly past them looking neither to the right nor the left The firm face was as and as ruthless as that of the sphinx Do you think he saw usr she said after the soldiers had passed Saw xis echded Armstrong Yes every thread of our garments What a man God of War how I should HUe to fight him i thought you admired him Soldo more than any other on earth If J hind seen him before I dotibt if I had boOn here understood you to say you met him at Corbltofl Met him yes by Jim candlelight smooth and courteous But I never really ssfv him until now You cannot rightly judgpui1innn fighter that is until you have looked at him on horseback That man knows my bush ness For the IJrst time since I set At i1thh4iv IucccjsJf II BROUGHT THE WOMAN GENERAL permitting eclIlblnted hcrlhuud falsehood NET beginning beblndthemItolUIJ1g inscrutable you turn b aPlsne nsKqp 10 Iwmno Im his Roland It we do not cross swords well run a race and may the best hiau win But I feel strangely neck1 uncomfortable about the raised his chin and moved hits IIlIe from skid to side as if the rope already throttled him Then lie laughed and she gnzctl at him In fas cinated terror That nina is likely to defeat me he continued Ills planp are nil laid and already Itrell the1tolls tightening around inc I am satislicd he knows every move I have mmle since 1 left him The umwen shY Is ou my track and by my sword Id rather circumvent him than nile the kingdom Wull whaurs yer wits NOWH the time ye nfwll tlieii my Jut In the first place I dare not go through Northampton Thats clenr y Why In my soul Im certain a crisis awaits m i there Ill be nabbed In Northauiptpn Then the question Why dill you rvfiiKOia pass to Oxford Did he olTer you one iYes The next question will be Why are you south pf the limit set by yourself traveling to Oxford on anoth ers pass ro that query theres no answer Im a self convicted spy and then tile scaffold according to all the rules of war Pardon mo If I do not follow your argument If he lies tracked you ai you think lucre is no more reason he should stop you at Nortliampton than tit Newnrjc or Grantham Aside from that why did ho not hold you when he hind ypu- Oh I had not put my necc Into the noose thon As for arresting me at Newark or ilt Grantlmm Islo now that such was his Intention but our friend Ilczekiah failed him It was un doubtedly rroimvelly purpose that we should have gone bnck with Benton Still I do not bollcvc you If Crom well Is as crafty as you seoni to be hove lt Is likely In wishes you to reach Oxford UnlessUiat was the case why riliouin he have offpred you the pass My lass there aye several sides to this problem and what you say has the stamp qf probability on it NevcrJ thieles Ill ovorsot lila urrlIlgtm1cntl- I am QIC only one ot us three who can not give good excuses for being iirthese parts Here Is the pass which protects you mill old John he said giving her the document You nOd he will g6 to Oxford at your leisure I shall gallop across C9uutry will evade the parlia mentary lines hs best 1 may and will be in Oxford tomorrow morning That will throw Old Noll a day out of his count Then you leave me fo meet Crom woll aloncP- Ypu have no need to fear the meet Ing Your plea Js perfect Your broth er was wounded and you have under taken his task Of me or my plans you know nothing and I was with you rocrftlr becauKa I hnnnnnenJ to be tray 4 iiij I T emig flits way and iiad Drbugrit your Wounded brother to his home And here is a great warning to us all Happy Is the person who elm abide by the truth who has no secret designs to I conceal My lady I envy you Frances made np reply but sat there bending her eyes on the ground There could be no doubt that his new resolve was the best move In the circum stances and she was not in a position to inform him that his night march was unnecessary and that he wopld be wise to husband his horses power until he left Oxford for then would come his time otncedI i Well let us got on he cried Ill take the first byroad south Cautious old John with his limping horse had gone forward while they stood talking together and now they cantered to overtake him Frances was glad of the cessation of Conversa tion that she might have opportunity of meditating on somej argument that would retain him by her side theleft her sne waS resolved to seek out Cromwell nt NorthamptonV tell him ol her brothers disaster and explain her own effort to make good his absence When Cromwell was convinced that both her brother and herself had faith fully endeavored to carry out the commanders wishes he might then heed her pleading that sentence be annulled or at least suspended until the boy had another chance pf proving his loy dlty to his pa rty Her medltatiQnfi wore interrupted by Armstrong suddenly drawing In his horse and stand ing up in his stirrups She also stop ped and looked inquiringly at him A high hedge bordered the rond and htj was endeavoring to peer beyond it What Is It she asked I thought I caught a glint of a helmet over yonder They went on at a walk and shortly after passed a road that crossed their own Up this crossroad to the north two troopers sat on their horses down the road to the south were two others As Armstrong and his companion con tinued west the four troopers came out of their concealment and followed them CHAPTER XX four troopers allowed the TtJJ between themselve the forward party neither to increase nor diminish until darkness set in when they closed up but said nothing There was nofiir ther conversation between Francesnnd- tile young man He held himself erect and beyond the first exclamation gave no Intimation that he Was disturbed by the prospect before him She was victim to the most profound dejection and was relieved when the gathering gloom allowed her pent up tears to fall unseen At last the lights of Northamptoi glimmered ahead and shortly after a guard rln front summoned them to stand The troopers behind them also stood but look no part In What fol lowed An officer examined their pass by the light of a lantern but did not return It to them His word seemed reassuring enough You are stopping the night In North ampton ttYes replied Armstrong although the pass had been given up by Frances and the Placers Inquiry Was addressed to her You may meet trouble in finding a suitable abiding place said the officer more especially for the lady North ampton Is little better than a barracks at the moment I will tithe you to the Red Lion Saying this but without waiting for nay reply he led the way with the swinging lantern The Red Lion proved a much less attractive hostelry than the hospitable Angel at Grantham It seemed occupied chiefly by armed men and resembled military headquarters more than an inn You will perhaps wish to see to your horses yourself suggested the officer to Armstrong Yes after I am assumed that the lady Is Have no anxiety on that score I will place her la the guardianship of tIe hostess and will wait here for ypu The assurance had all the definiteness of a command and Armstrong without further parley lled away hid own horse and hers followed by old John Come this way madam said the officer to Frances lie escorted Iier up a stairway and at the top turned to her and said n low Vpice General Cromwells commands were thntou should be brought to him as Koon as you arrived He knocked at n door and a gruff voice from within told him to enter He opened the door and went In fol lowed by his prisoner I have brought the woman general The man ii under guard below Say- Ing this and receiving uoireplythe officer laid the pass on the table had withdrew closing the door behind him Cromwell stood at lid window look- Ing down on the dark street below dotted with moving lights His broad bock was toward his visitor and he Jill not tturn round even when lie addressed lair On a chair rested hit polished brcnstpfate and steel cap otherwise he was accoutered us he hud boon when she saw him on the rond voice WHS hoarse Who are you wench ani what are you to this man that you range the mail brazenly together under a pass written for neither of you t With some difficulty the girl found her voice after two or three Inef fectual attempts to speak anti said I nn Frauro Wciitworth ser t I Lcutontnt 1utworth of General I t6roin wells army The guncrald iJonderous head turned Jlowly and he bent his sullen eye ipon her She wondered Arius trout had hot scon the brutal power of that Lountuhnnee even by caudlvllghf Why Is tour brother not In your plncey Mj brother TVJS sorely Wounded the morning lie set out and now lies Uo tweon life and death In our home IIov cnniu he voundcd He met Lord Rjulby who attacked him My brother Would not defcujl himself and so was thrust through the body Armstrong brought him to our house and the doctor says he cannot be moved for a month nt iwJptX Uriv vxJis trt lsjrjn i Of thlpi iiMotherarAI 5 NURSING INFANT AND in I TAfIf MOUTHS THAT COME BBFOK THAT SCOTTS EMULSION mUWJEB THm EXTRA 8TKMNGTH p tiouaisHMNT mo NMcmasAKr rTH HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHER AMa CHILD Seed for free sample SCOTT BOWNE CherabU J HOMS P rf Street New V rk joe and 100 all dmgpM aj a Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Ira Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO 1 did liot know where to lay You wench surely did nof know were to find me but your brother knew that a message to his nearest superior Would find me My brother I have told you was dfingerously wounded and hind but one thing In his mindto have done with the task you had set Upon him rIlc committed It to your hands then Ige did was the task I set him was to steal from Armstrong the Jherewull the recojverV IWench your tongue Is oversharn pineudIti1Xot until I haye told you I am no wtuch but a lady jWe have had too much offclddyfr meddling In England and will have less of It In dayijto 4coine A WenChi If jshe be honest Is better thAn a lady whO Is seldom honest Your meddling Jnjthls matter has come near tocaus ing a serious disarrangement of great afl alrs How was Ito know who you were or why you traveled Has that foolish head of yours so Httl under sta ndjng that though you stopped York at Newark at Granthamt ntI gare no officer of mine a clue to vagabondage A woman cn fulfill her duty wIth- out so much babbling of it My fool ish bond never thought a great general wliihed his designs published from one end of England to tfie other jfyour brother had your brain AVlth outj your toue he would advance faster than he docsb Am Tj then to SOon with this ad verjtureV You will reach Oxford tomor ro The king will delay nl dsl le- oniCS until our Scot iis in a tine tUl Impatience For three days more I shall be inXorthamptoiil After that for 4 week I shall be at BroUgji ton castle some few miles west of Biujbury If you should be delayed longer in Oxford I shall let you know where I am by moans of De Courcy wliaSIe Courcy exclaimed the girl esf what doqUI liOr of hjm lhe is the sauie mon who was in the Entourage of the king In London = a Frenchman ofvthat zmarneI know nothing good of him Ypu cannot look for every virtue In the character of a bpy and we who are doing the Lords work must ue the tools th i Lori places in our hands The Lord has naught to do tlth De Courcy lIClsii devlls man body and soul I Crcjunvoll scoylcd at her What mean you by thiV hussy he askpd shortly r I mestn that De Courcy would sell you as rcaillly aar he would tlie king If th re was gold 16 be made of tim barg Inlng TIme yhlllMtines come with mono In their hands and they always find a De Courcy iuale or feinale De Courey tolls forgold and let him hat Is without sty cast the first stone I give the wage demauded anti care oothlng so that Gods work be done IGodg work Is the one thing Important so scorn not De Courcy or any other but seek his aid In Oxford if Itbe necessary to communicate with me That shall I never do muttered the girl under lier breath and If Crom well heard he paid no heed Haie you given thought to your purpose he askod I hiive thought of nothing else It has never been absent from luy mlnd HoW do you hope to accomplish possession I expect to enact the Scriptural part of the thief in the night somewhere betwee Oxford and Carlisle Bctiveen Oxford and Carlisle Is vague I cannot trust to a scheme so lacklugj In dchnlteticss I shalK have Armstrpng laid by the heels long before hei reaches Carlisle If the wenchs hand fAil then conies time rough paw of thdjtooper Immediately after Your chance will be Jn Brtijbury where you must Contrive to have him stop for the- nLtht ITo be continued Brv WHVR syrup md Cerate laccfMf ol imtiMal for Wood md skin 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the Impression of being In delicate health Her beauty attracted universal atten tion tp her no jnatter where abc went and even In old age she retained most of her good looks Sarcastic In BOston the other day a young law yer who upends most of his time try Ing to seem busy and prosperous went Out for awhile leaving oil his door a card neatly marked Will be Back la an hoiii On his return ha found that some envious rival had Inscribed underneath What fqr3 Ne ChaBCip For EHHH Aunt AnifHow do joilgd8cet along at yOur club Mlsa Jlaudy Well of course we dout get along at niL but we hive a cool deal Letter rime than It we dl rmr jf l Bowl TrwWw f CkitirMtfi Jlny 45E AkkmitttfM RegwMu tM owsMtns4di cw lbs ChIUas MAUS TXfTHIMQ XAmr th JMMOTMWSV BEES Laxatif0 HONfiMAR WAnCough Lungl and Brochiai Rem die ICoret Coughs Strengthens the Lungt aM Gently Morei tM BowcU Plea it to tIat tub andIfood alike for Yoont and QU p pVpp I ii r Sold atHayd n Pharmacy DRJM BURTON d ADT DENTIST t TEETH EXTRACTEDN JIfjrJ IflTHOUT PAIN t 4JE tI KK ktUp tr f 1 PKIlfGJIELD xY i iIt1 1AUi DinitlWork Strictly P Firstclan j i Oft 0J H LAMPTON t 11i 70FFIC t vim oWi Houst I WiJf GR1GSBY It ATTORNEY AT LAW 0 e oT r Peoples Basic tJ SPRINGFIELD kY ji t OBARDS M WJYArt t RBARDSIIYATTo tiPPljsicUiJ ud DrgTJlS Office next to Ulerk a Officed fe s JAPES GRAVES PRACTICALp 4 litciitker M Jeweler J Carries a line of Watches Clocks It and Jewelry Repairing a Spe ciajty Located on Main Street- t opposite presbyterian church Springfield Ky 1J DR I F TRIJSTY tPRACTICAL 4 r DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber I Deiital work reasonable pricesI of All work guaranteed i SPRINGFIELD KY IJONYIMAYSe B FERA1t DIRECTOR v AND lICENSm EMBALMER T LEPHONEsDAY 19NIGHT 740 SPRMIELB RY ff Railroad Schedule fiS Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad NO 4Le yes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springneld 645 pm No 42Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bards own Junction 705 am Tnrrives atLouisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at i 7bl am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm k No4tLeaves Springfielii a A 120 pftn Bardstown 230 pm- Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaveS Springfield at 715 am Bards ttown 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am Q91t Sundays only Leaves t Louisville at6 pm Bardstown t Junction 650 pm Bard townj i t 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825 p m J AiESA COX 4 Agent for H INGTONHAVEN LAUNDRY Basket ItavesMoriday night FridrynightIrt turns f =F irstcass work guaranteed MIS11ORDSS 0ICt Cream Parlor T In ihei Roberts store building next to Presbyterian church Ice reaD served at all hoursr and in any quantity Will also fill orders for roast jneats salads beaten biscuit cakes piesretc in time for if4inn r sent in early Your patronage solicited Mas ELIZABETH HORD flctrri Fcr Wiri- Jwiiei the body H leared fpr c OPipJKinZs Naw Life PilI- tefl L you can t it by the Abloom of i jMNiUkon the cheeks ihebrigbt DeI of the s7 fi nBe ti muess of u Iet bIt01 mncy Of tbe mind Toy h n ctsJ Hiydonr dfojp tors- j 1 I 1 TOWN r iiHHHiiWHHHtHW MNwLocal Happenings of Interact II The Freshest and Latest 1 jAil Aut Yurlf Friends I and Acquaintances L IFly paper 3 double sheets for Campbells Fresh bread every Tuesday Friday nights atCampbells 51 jx Remember Carpenter the butcher kills only the very best j beeves j Just try our old Glory Roast coffee and you will buy ho other at Campbells Fresh caught fish every Fri day and Saturday at Carpenters shop Cannedgratedpin apple and ther choice canned goods atIJ McElroy Bros Buy oranges from us at 306 ozen others ch rg you 40 fo- amekindCabells grocery A fine grade jf Talc in nicely er1thaed one pound 25c atJ the Red Orosis Drug Store We are in business to help you out so lend us your trade and help us out Campbells grocery Screen dcors all sizes ancl screens to fit any window At Leachmanff furniture store Dont go anywhere else to get pure apple vinegar only at- dampbells ni One of ou r tine hammocks will make sunm er comfortable Rfd Cross Drug Store Just opened lAnother barrel those aelightfal Heinzs sweet pickles at McElroy Bros gro eery Try a box of Oriole shredded It makes good pies For sale at McElroy Bros gro cery v Saws sharpened scizzors ground shoes mendel and all kinds of repairing dbne by Geo Taylor The ladies of theV Christian Church will give a raspberry supper at the Court House on Saturday from 4 to 10 p m t t Telepho4et to Carpenters shopand have a nice or roast sent out fresh from the ice box 4 Say dont forget that we still pay cash for chickens and eggs also beef hides at Campbells grocery Fresh fruits and vegetables received daily atMcElroy Bros grocery The very best the market affords at all times t v When you want 1 pound nice butter for 15 cents and a dozen eggs for breakfast telephone us No 84 Campbells grOC rjE If you want your umbrella rOe cpvejred take it to Geo B Tay lor who repairs everything Shop oppositei Opera House FOR SAL4Three Shorthorn cows with young calves Anderson Carrico Springfield Ky Dont be bothered with flies this summer but go toLeachman the furniture nan and get some screen doors and Windows He has the best I Big Deal Ideal Red Wrapper Lenox Grand Pa Ivory Fels Naptha Rubnomore in fact any and all kinds of soap at- Campbells A Aunt Sallys Salt rising bread has made a hit with the house kef pars of Springfield Try a loaf andbe convinced as to its excellency For sale exclusively by McElroy Bros WAN T party to act asDtwellmown best moWn of Automobiles in the world A liberal discount offered Address WB L 561 Third St Louisville Ky 1ORSALEA equare piano inquire of Fi M Martin Spring field This piano will be put in nice order and will be a god practice piano and sold at a great bargin Easy terms Quite number of bae ball ians from this place Yent to Bloomfield Monday to See the fame between the Nebraska Indians and the Bloomfields The game was a good ope and resulted two to nothing in favor of the Indians George Colvin of this place pitched the game for the Bloomfields uTOPICS II tifHHmi i S M Campbell auctioneer reports county court at Harrods burg Monday as being very3 well attended mid about 75 cattle on the market Buyers and sellers from t to i cents apart Plug rangerlany th m changing anytprice a few plug horses Miss Elizabeth Davis VanArs dale one Washington countys fairest daughters and Dr Rod man H Williams of Ashbrook were married yesterday at the CJTj mony was performed by Rev W Y7 Davis and the bridal pair left fdr Ashbrook their future home Dr Williams iis now a practicing J physician of Ashbrook and for merly lived in Nelson and Washington counties The bride is a daughter of Mr S O VanArs dalek of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood BouIwareCuHHiHQham The marriage of Miss Esther Boulware and Mr Garland Ccn i ham will be solemnized next Wednesday Jupe 21st at 130 oclock at the home of the brides- parentsio the presence of thd immediate families The care many will be performed byRevtt WH Williams These young people are both popular in socal circles and their many friends here otTer best wishes Death of Mrs romaN Mrs Elmira Froman ope of the oldest and most highly respected ladies of the county died Monday at her home in the Pleasant Run neighborhood this county of infirmities of old age The deceased was about 0 years of age and had been a life long resident of the county She as a woman of fine Christian character and always enjoyed the respect of those with whom the was thrown in contact One son and three daughters survive her as follows Mr E K Froman Mesdames W E Ray Porter Meyers and Mrs Kate Froman The funeral takes p1iceJat 10 oclock today Thursday from the residence of her sonin law W E Ray v Notice Sealed bids will be received At ihe office of the county Judge or the office of the county Attorney up to and including the first day ofr July 1905 for painting the steel bridges qf the county the paint and brushes to be fnrnish ed by the county For further particulars call on the under signed BL Litsey Judge- T S Mayes Attorney LETTER LIST t RemaIning unclaimed in the Springfield postoffice for week ending une 14 1905 t Frank Alcock Capt DC Hudson Rev R M Latimer Joe Lancaster John D Jones Miss Jessie Mail Mrs Mattie Montgomery- L G Murphy Hattie Peters Henry Reynolds Miss Bettie Ivine 1rank Thomas Annie Spalding Persons caning lor tnese letters wjll please sayxadvertised and gfve date of 114t W A Waters P M UwSc rEFCNAL Miss Mary Lewis is yisiting friends in Louisville Mrs X W Reidel is x visiting Jm Louisville this yeeki Miss Mary Gleason is visiting in Louisville this week Clem Hill of Covington was here one day last week Shaker Robertson is visiting friends IIi Fairfield this week H E Walters is in Lebanon this week on business Mr A C McElroy was in LouIsville yesterday Mr T S Mayes and son Robert are in Louisville Mr C C McGill of Lebanon iis visiting friends here this week Guy Wiggington of Fairfield was hers to visit iend Sunday Mrs Charles Mclntire is yisi ting her parents in Meade county Miss Viola Brown iis visiting Miss Ethel McClaskey at Bloom field i Mrs G D Robertson and daughter Miss Mat ie are in Louisville Charlie Roberts of Dossett Tenn is at home with hisc parentsIMiss Rosa Mackin of Leba non is visiting friends in town this week MrsT D Wells is suffering from an attack of nervous pros tration Miss Fannie McElroy has returned t from a visit to friends atE Danville Miss Margaret Booker of Lit f tIe Rock Ark is visiting rela tives here Miss Mary Dehoney of Lebanon is visiting the home of Mr R H McElroy I Miss Kelley of Louisville visited Miss Altharie Medley a few days of last week Hon W H Sweeney and son Harvey of Lebanon were in town Tuesday t Miss Florence Hamiltdn jof Fredericktown is visiting her ister Mrs J L Barber Miss Euphemia Wells of Louisville sister of Mr TD Wells is visiting here Mr Charles Wells of Bloom field was Miss Sdie Mayes guest Saturday Misses Mayme Allen ndr Rebecca McWhorter are visiting friends in Shelbyville Mr Richard Edelen of Bards town visited Mr John Simms family last Sunday C W Hagacn and Miss Nell Barr were m Bardslown visiting friends lastweekS John Clements and wife of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mrs Jno F Hagan Mrs C C McChord enter tained a few friends at euchre Tuesday afternoon Prof Clellaifd Cunningham of Clinton 6 arrived home Sunday for a visit Prof J T C Noe and family of Harrogate Tenn are visiting relatives here Dr Richard RoBards has re Lund from a visit to hs parents at Hendersonville N V Mrtand Mrs W H Leach mani and daughter Miss Bessie are in Louisville this week Miss Elizabeh Smith of Bards town is visiting ller sister Mrs Ji S Claybrooke this week Mrs John Green and daughter Lucile are in Louisville this week attending the reunion Misses Sara and Anna J Simms attended the commence ment at St Marys Tuesday Little Miss Willa McElroy entertained a number of her friends with a party yesterday afternoon When You Feel All Fassed Out Take YIMALT It is Natures cure for 4 4 55that tired feeling eWheD10u are run down ldfeel more 5 bid and discouraged you need something to revive your4 S enegy and courage Get a bottle ot 1L IMHLTS part of it when you go to bed and the rest in the 5 4 5 You wilt feel its beneficial effects immediately 5 S II1akeS put new life into you because itis Naturals health 4 5 Get a dOz n bottles taKe at least one a day and be resorted to your old self again 4 5 Em HA DONS DRUGSTORE Miss Katie Hertlein nndi brother Chris attended com meucetnenl at St Marys Tue day Misse Maranda Tucker andI Sidle yes visitediNfl rs Nannie Drye of Lebanop Tuesday and Wednesday L D Baker receivedaletIe- a few days ago from Denver Col announcing that his brqtherB- J Baker was quite ill Judge 1 H 1hurman and children spent lat wifeI with Dr H D Rodman wife at Shelbyville I Misses Mattie mid Mary Field have returned home after a weeks stay at Tathjrm Springs and with relatives in town Messrs Larry Clemens alidI Greer Clemensof Reeves arc visiting the family of Rev T D Latimer Mr Jain s Gregory and family and Miss Jennie Leachman and brother Clifton are in Louis yule this Week J S Claj brooke was in Louis ville on business the first ot the week Mrs Claybrooke visited relatives in Bardst w 1 Miss Margaret Spalding en tertained a few friends at 6 ClOCk dinner last evening in a most Delightful manner felixHamlltthat he is much better and will soon be out again A large crowd of young ladiesl and gentlemen went to Nazareth to day to jattend comraencement exercises of Nazareth Academy Miss Belle Blackaby qf Bloom field and her guest Miss Elnora Lewis visited Miss Sadie Mayes last Saturday and took in the howSMisses Willa Knott and Ellen Wathen visited Mrs Henry Ede len at Bardstown yesterday and attended Nazareth commence ment today v It is being whispered around that the line is to be broken among ourtCity Boys and quite a bunch of them are going to be married real soon Mr Will Peltus of Feversham Tenu visited his brother Tues day From heie he with his brother Mr Joe Pettus went to Lancaster to visit their mother Stf Mrs William Houston who has been visiting her daughter Mrs LID Wells returned home Tuesday accompanied by her granddaughter Sarah Elizabeth Wells Misses Dorothy McElroy Eunice ONan Frances Marin Mary and Louise Faydoh chape rOle by Mrs Will CJarksonj attended commencement at St Marys Tuesday Mr S E Moore and wife of Sherman Texas andMrs Roger Handy of Dennison arrived Tuesday to visit their parents Mr Sidney Green and wife and other relatives v Mrs Oscar Spaulding of Cleveland 0 iis visiting her sister Mrs Lum Abell Mrs Spaulding favored the Catholic congregation with her beautiful singing last Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Janes entertained a number of her friends from two to Jour oclock ptm Wednesday in honor of Mr Arthur Vance and his wife whore visiting iheir mother Mr Benedict Baker who is at Denver Col bas been very sick and had a surgical operation performed to remove an abces from the interior fhis head He is still in a critical condition Mr John N Norris and wife of Fort Worth Texas are visit ing Mrs Sallie Shaunty apd family Mr Norris is a former Washington county man and1uilt and operated the Norris House at Jeban hIlIS 4 MrW B Spears is taking in ihe Confederate reunion at Louisville this weekl Mr Spears has only missed two reunions since the war andSye venture to say that he is about the liveliest veteran for his age 80 years to attend this yearL Dr George M Shaunty left this week for Louisville where lie will locate to engage in the practice of medicine Dr Shaunty has a host offriends in Springfield and Washingon county who will Wish him suc cess in his new fiof labor SBl Miss Lou Booker had the following young people to take supper with her neice Miss Margaret Booker of Little Rock Tuesday evening at the Booker home near town Misses fannie and Louise McElfpy and Marj Dohoney Messrs Will Thompson Gwiu Marks and Shaker Robert s T- Mrs T D McLaughlin and daughter Miss Edna lei yes ter4ay for an extended visit to friends at Maysville and other points in thip state Mrs Map garet Peters and daughter Miss ghlinhomeMrsMcLaughpn Miss Lida Grundy was Spenddayiast oyed her hospitality were Misses Katie Cain Flora Mudd andi2arandaW D Claybrook e H M Grun dy and George Wharton Rev WM Stallings passed through here last week en route from Danville this home at Smiths Grove He officiated at the ShauntyColeman wedding at Danville Rev Stallings is greatly pleased wilh his new reifltioniiJ1g a neW 10000 church and a parsonage and that he is very pleasantly situated Real Estate For Sale pB lowis published a list of farms and other real estatein1 the hands of McElroy WbarI ion3real estate dealers of Springfield Persons having property for sale or desiring to make purchases will do well to canon them 5b 1081 acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from Springfield good dwelling and barn good out buildings well watered and lays well 45 per acre 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles from Springfield all lays well mostly roodbarnsschool Price 4250per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 7J miles from Springfield first class improve ments of every kind 8 room dwelling first class stock and tobacco barqs go orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile froni town all in good state of cult vation lays welt and mostly in grass righton the pike Price S3T per acre 54 Farm of 175 acres 61 mIls from Sptingtield on good pike Firtt class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well and is ivelf fenced fSoi per ac e tt55 548 acre farm 6 miles fromI Springfield on good pike gOd Im- prOvements three good barns nearly all tobacco land and Iays well Price S4Qper acre 55 Good farm 140 acres 3J miles goodhousewatered 845 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 2J mlles from In5grass6Oacresgrass nice woodland all in blue grass nic 8 room dwelling 2good stockI barns good booue well at barn andI cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post pri e 50 per acre 5 90acre farm 5 miles from Springfield located on the pike good land in high state of cultivation goop small dwelling and barn Price S3Qper acre 59 181 acres of land i mile from Springfield aJ1lin grass good house J and barn well fenced and watered 850 per acre 60 60 acre farm 61 miles omj Springfield good S room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per atre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from roqmdweUingbuilflings line orchard 500 trees 90 acres grassrPrli4e 3000 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east pf Bardstqwn all lays well 133 acres cleared 75 acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63J Farm of 145 acres 21 miles from Springfield all in grass lays well Ptce1400 64 185 acre farm o4e tnile from Mackville on the pike good dwell ing barn and outbuildings well fenced and watered mostly in bluegrass 500 locust posts price 030 per acre 64 140 acre farm 31 milei from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good outbuildings well fenced price 27 per acre 66 Nice place 42 acres 1 mile from Springfield good improvements all newly ftnced and in good repair 3500 67 248 acre farm situated 2i miles from Springfield on the pike good 6 room dwelling good barn cistern at both house and barn will fenced desirable Come Price 30 per acre Nice small dwelling on Lebanon avenue Nice 6 room cottage on Perryyille pike Small cottage on west Main street small dwelling on East Main Street A number of lots for sale on Grundy Virginia and Lebanon Avenue Mofilroji Wharton Springfield Ky Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire capt cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feelas iif nothing bit dynamite woulfl cute it Z T Gray of Calhoun Gat wrltesIAlty wife had a very aggravated copgb which kpt her awake tights Two physicians could hot help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds which eased her cough gave her leep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for brcn chills and lagrippe At CJ EJaydons drug stoic price 5oc ind 100 guaranteed Trial oottie troeiThP Oii11roi Fan H cOugkac5hildreBVavoritt thisisi becaiwe It contains no plate ii perfectly tiarmlcss tasteS good and cure Sold 3 aU Druggists Dr WMver Twatment 4 t M tiii We Have L t 1 1 1 trr if Hammock l I tYOurt j l kt t fHave a good oneat artj pricfp I t and in any stylerthat yintwant ritr rt i Everyone of them is + brand ft l r new 1905 style v No use trying to tell you how t comfortablethey are bulr we d6 claim for them that ifty are t r the best and strongest him mocks made They ie uife Smore for service than show but 1r you will be wholly pl kLirittt f r I their appearance and aK J PYi J the low prices we Have piijt on tIthem J i r t E R d Cross Diiiig i iI stfi + Irr DR PRICE W WELlA Owner I ii Oooo C ooQo cGooC Read this List of Bare 1 I r gains for Friday and Saturday Table Oil Cloth 15c rtui t 1J Safety Pinsper c1 Fi2cciJ v Apron Gingham 4c i X t Calicoes 3c i o fMosquito M t2YdswHI112pefY HOOSier Cotton yM wide ScjMir yi r c gJjj DRESS SKIRTSl tIt At Reduced Pries 9- 11It 1j r JIi J 1ftr f COFSETS t AtSpeciaI Prices tbc1osedutt certain lotsI L t V fi Our Stock ofaIIkiniIthin1DusOis complete atpricest9Ssatisfy rT 1L ROBERTSON BROS s 6 ijiijj jijii Ifiii Wi l I I SUMMER COMFORT I f Can be found in pur Slimmer Suits strong and light iiri cons v v Iy I struction good to look at coot Wi yr Sr IIi wear made for hot weather corn ftJ lla Sfort irij 1ojjl1j SHOES f lrlil t i i IWe have a fulli line of Oxkd and other lightweight Shoes both forladiesand men Latest instyle and lowest in it pr11ejoN L a 7VVENSSHIRTS Bothin nejlif C and drc ttylk mt frocn 50 cents up Mad forcomfort ad Jbr Wear t I tt Grundy Glaybroole i iitk h 3F ThEDIBLETOREI t fO M1 f 11i t Tile SpFillgfiCId Matt Market lL 5 j loi 1Ii I 1 r i DkY JMt u F T CO 9ftvrs i1 Telephone 95 SPRiNGFIELD KY t I K Ii fur Bankru- jist pefeftians 1iiv bank ll1VOIUIJtaIy fted yftteriiiy in P dcrml Cbttr kivr ABdrLw A BiJter et NMriiei Charles 43dti J 0 flowlivg Gr nj iII aDli eorpWhlte1 d OiI h redaaa oook it 2cIty hsa1Jb1iVs amount ug ttt4U 4 while his ss t esti rebattO JIe has twiJe1 wrf ibriechiWrfi Of JtAoc1ing fo t4t- Jt iIt JIt ilad by Charles Gpoinrmi hillII i t Ytthtte are i the ftiapY HyKoniMory note ami will total t q tLpco and d JJOOO B L I Ii t f BoyliBg Greetb r rt01 f iedi 1IJf s1tsted i8 t ObsaWhjte a farmer 7fincP 1si uis ts 11 1 He declares f fJ exeiptiowi Wl Whit s mercbntaiI t jI r j 0 y iosntiag OrtiJ7 ua- ssets of t3J45OskiItO baE- i t 1f t 44i8 xIDptHeraldt F CtU JI elj ti ttW excitement was F 6ra whi1 ii at ih park tlirD during tbeperfor by in 1Iostion 4betweiii V Udoork d1i pecatoi HalljJf l4 4sidablik bowteaplis wnile W7itatflr reri the stage trf 13orpe4 rcqueated Hall ppqule i it the latter be m reoffeiveand annoy ffi to the ajdierice Where l w thZsll tOPk th matter f m lMi 4 and dealt t 15 + tUIqy uubant ta the of i1 Eitiesi say he 4zeIa11f by The tHVoat and 2 IIPJiMJl cbokeShim into sub sio- t HallTpitjip l 7 kout resistance 3i WhIP awl U1 fracah ths rearf1the udiiri e attracr 1J4fl91 attention attthe ticte the love scene upon tthe Eall oori revived from the t aetini rstseitadmrnistered- c io talim sbave nibre troublE t thebal cesf tb nigbtFrank- I Y if tort Jof iwL I JW t i riet ff of qualiza torceit1y rittfed the valua i O1 county property reDt iI rankE N4bw at43da- GrbyIf D f rJiGuy Grigsby 4r1f D ttonj R L HaKat lt v Bnt pi red ff beo to Mr1d inFrknkfort ytry5 ahard fight f iot t7Shi i o leten1 t DeroeiW If gflLMt 1L the4 jI titi itleaI1Pt f le n raked by the Board J in aumber fzjnl- f 11 Qt theshaye stood rae iiPftrtlts are to brapon their sue t n ti61 of the coun r V t t iBOird 7 of u1 4Saard Si r t I c Sf tf IYJV- 1S J6eC1rk meber tthEltt i 1C 9 jststiord Jat SeouNoasheAThIy l r3t ifernoonI fO 4oth r 4ck 1ktLttilJt qe t by Miippiflruwvhorse l 4 fliCfat ardl was attached r to a j 1I were MtsJ li- Jf 3t t F ft J LImbrtbree ciiJdrei 01 l t 1381yneMteel JOIesn i i rtthe lde4 Cbilwfrf i filtl 7 Vb2aiataj took tr gfLY aL- a j t pfet aarntj rted 4ow Jwtwa r fI Ai y 4 y ttir u ckip elt iN Clark sad fieveral pt liis cott Sf pnions were StAted in froni ofr ttr I1ittibcnrtcagsMoPinEa4h st4 l9WJttj 1HJif jiro esd ija1faI targrf Q1dr i 4 f was iItlfrkI4oj i Ui8 tiitehf rt 1 f J 0 hsl for fi diepr it jiMtead of jwnx ai4wilted IIj turns soikr tljjnyl iof wtM cajwing uaesJdi JUBi after eating Tbloatia liiiua and The pofaowmi germ thatf are given dY Un froi undijes ii lod oter the blood and Ji MJ Voilst and blotched skip result Nerrousrss vd- L fipM more dlgsstlc4 than frr i o Ii9 food digestive r T mtbput injury ti hiweIf OJ to any pt the occupants Mrs Leaubtfrt ipas profuse iill httbnnks to her rescuer Mrs Jjsaiihart istHe wife of J F Leanlurr Hie sciiior niepiber oIt the firm ot rF Leaiihart Co of 712 JeJfe son street The horse she was driving yesterday isi a spirited animal Several KOtithsago Mr JjeanhaH was out driving when the horse ran away Growing him from the b cjry Jin d In j u ririg hl m severely He has not yet recovered from his injuries HeraJd l IP oJ5 iSonUued from pagioir it we leave Oxropa ear1m1rne morning hp wjll not be cofltOnttQ stop lauBanbUry which is less than tWenty tlye ml1Ies oithe corn Inghither we bavecoveiedoretJian double that distance eacfi day Hewll be urgent oft his return True but Ijhere1 lies your taK li- ma em nt You myfaU ill arid j tquestion If he will pave yOu Teas order yOur pqss taken from ypujfal Banbury arid inights delay caused You will go to the Inn called the Ban bury Arms at the sign of the Blazoned siari The Innkeeper pass and when be sees It he will place yqula adjolnifig J rooms wbIIiarq fitted for yout purpose There a communt eating door boltliig ou your side In vlalbie except by close scrutiny on the other What follows wlll depend on your kurand quietness Has the man n1rsTisfllcIon of your intention toward hI1lt jNone in the leaBt He Iis honest and lldpel Ah Do hot dwell too much on hIS kindness Make It yoUr business to know whercslie keeps1the Kings letter and When itls pnce in your possession speed at once to Bro gbton castle and deliver it I1to my hands lAvill pchange for it lull pardon and a cap gains commission for your brother and ifI y have further to ask thy edt will be ibciInid LIIshali have nothing tot ask except that this Scot be ollowtd to pass un scathed tolils home i fe CromwcUgazcd iriteiulyvit her for a inomcnt and she Vetufned his look clear eyed nridunab sJtno replied slowly If 1 were willing to harm the Scot tjxe case would be simpler than 1tttsyou left your home thinking only of your brother but nohestraflgCf occupies at least a parrpf your nllntL It JIs natural we should feel lcbm passlon for those we injure lYou will bring metbls document I swear I will Xtfy nay swear not at ajl Ita mans word bear blip not up he will sink when his oath alorie bUoys him Wench I Will trust you butietaember thisIt I am compelled to take this man through force ot arms to sur round him with troop flnd publicly wrench ida burden from hIm I must nstohllcly hang him to warn the next Scot who would make the essay pnbxlToix L Jf yottj succeed you sate tot ball yptfr brbtlie stlffe bnt tbif mans riS weUo Now go Pratices retreated and let herself out of tlie roo10n the stalr head at the e1d the passage well out of possible earshot two soldiers stood on guard 3nd between nD elderly woman who Immediately advanced jvberi she saw tl1ogl t leave the generals room L am tliSladdlady iTie said Will you coine wjtli nie wish a word with my friend rq plied Frances Tile woman appeared nonplused and gtood hesitating put at that moment tlie offlecrAVho had con diictedher came up the stair ahd ap Iroa hooflwlsl1 to speak with MJV Armstrong she said tbhlin Where iShei Qne moment madoniif you plese replied the officer knocking at the genetuTa door He was not bade to enterbut the s19it w rd tOxford littered lii A voice came from wlthml Tll e subordinate appeared to understand and with a bow to the lady aidi v V Mr Ajmstrorig Is waiting beloit 3 iltybti2gme dowrifbr iall J ask him tO come up You may tell hIm I wish tosec Iiim tt xv TI She wilkcd to the headtlie stair and sawjj hnstroiJff alone InJ lower Imli pfcIhuittndl down wltu a fine he mu fTiaveGceri tar frotri feellng while me loorwayiwas blocked by two guardshOldlngP grounded pikes The moment the joung man saw her he ntueJftrboInt1il1gj1 111H vvtnir two nt n timtf IheEutirds above and below seemed struck with simultaneous alert ness arid made a motion which if con ha jwought thei- rwcnpouolcaj81t the prisoner but a iglight Bjgrial from the offlcers hand brpught back their former stolidity Jot Oh t wreeet out to morrow Jno Se st ol tomorrow he asied f 4hiiftr fs1Jo obifcTb t m her ainFjDxford 1 was up so late Hat Ight 1ld that with this long draggm JoHruey li66ayrhas tired me f AIlr wisUod tokpwwasth hour for tpmorrjw i f tW Hiat jrou will have subnnr with mflj jtj J l fJt l 1Iitf lfItC qtrq E 1RtM lSSti5ED jNI f rli NbNeed v triFe ifl riiiithe + Sioma l1 5tHtllthy j4 utIfi 7- Ti rhe weediRgplsce a Weabstntch TbennAIinto t firJneiitt tajtuejicy n f f oi- te1Il can TheftcfaJer wqyandeve tu wlUnskt9ryour Is much v fl them I deep e swtgglrotScottISh lfidlfIcrencctwhlcb tthueju1d ItUIDs1tOQf1merelyvIshed lEowntwhntboU iJ i r fivelJii reliefsIx iis absb lutely1 j cessary if jt1elo wished to ibe well io use iib naT the oidy known eWdthat soothes d heals the mucous Jne mbraiie 4 ortj stpmacb anU djgestlvfj tract stimulates the sill plexus and stfedgthees thB3nerves of thestowach io na lsa gUarnteedcure for ltt diseases f the stomiich excipUog cancer a jg anffe being iven byojhe Red CreM Drugstore witb everj packafB they sell agreeing ioref und the mqiSey Tshbuia thiemedytg- ive perfect satis- fctionala if AJTTITI Renews the hair makes ft new iftln restores th freshness Just wJiH you need If your htif is faded orturninrlgiy for it ilwtys restores the cOlOr Stops fallinrjitlr alsolf Lg u v b i can eat notcinf latired uN wt1at8 strange Im as kugry i theYTWeed at Hood thpe Let me Persuade youi Thank youbut I would rest Good night I CHAPTER IdREnE had been a lashing of Y rain and a clatter pf thunde over Northamptpiji In the nIght as It the town were again besieged but morning broke dear and beautifuland when the pilgrims got out Into the country again the fresh ness Of the air the sparkle of the rain drops on the trees caused the world to sooth newly made The girl rode silent and thoughtful but the young mnnI was bubbling over with high He suddenly threw back his head and laughed aloud i humorotu ff JtceUcmhndCOmc to him VThat poor ofllcer mbsthave thought ine mad When I caine in from the stables I called for the landlady and aktid where you Were She said your ercln your room I then requested her to find put it you rtjrould see me foi a moment and without reply she die appeared up the stair I wafted Jind waited but she did not return The officer was now by my side chattering away nbo something to which I gave no attention All at once the absurd idea truck me that you were with Cromwell taken there by theo lcer pnd that O14 3soll was browbeating you and threatening rbi1to learn something of me and what t w s ntit No one asked me anything abpu you or your business said the girl lOt course not I see that plainly now but I give you my word it wall real pnough then Without a word of warning I broke in on tile amazed df ficjer and shouted Where is General Cromwell The man looked dum- founded as well be might Then he answered quietly enough The general isfn the castle half a mile from nere Even then a glimmer of sense came tome and I explained that the general had passed us that afternoon and I wondered If lie bat stopped at North ampton The Officer said hehad and ncxt mbment the landlady nppenred at the stair ahead and you a moment or tw3ufter What tricks imagination can play with a man II was os nationS aa you were last night and shall always think of North ampton us the gloomiest town I ever saw I am glad to be quit of Jit I wonder if tlmtotIkebis given us the right direction It seems to me that we should be bearing farther south tor Oxford But perhaps the road takes a turn presently The road is right for the way we are going We pass through Banbury which is not much longer than the direct route I intend to leave old John at Banbury iitid with him this per mitHvhIcli will bea danger to carry until we turn north again Banbury In on the straight road to Scotland which j uppbse will be the way you go on your return YOU are right in that Ill travel north as the crow flies if I coni Th Q iat say youfQ i1dUg Bqn iury our lrst stop on the homeward 1 run after we leave Oxford taking early to the road the next morning How InrllIs Danbury from Oxford Less than thirty miles I thhikf Oh we can do better than that I must mqke from seventy to one hun dred miles a day on my road home There is sometimes real speed in apparent slowness True We shall be guided by cir cumstances of course Much will depend on the boqr of the day we are done with Oxford Frances said nothing more for she saw that the stop at Banbury would have to be managed from Oxford and that it would require some tact on her part to arrange it The ever Increasing moon was against her for if there was much delay at Oxford not only would Armstrong be the more impatient toI get north but night would soon be most as light as day and fbcrcfore travel would only be limited wthC en durance of themselves and their horses She wished Cromwell had selected some spot at least fifty mlles farther away than Da bur but with a sigh accepted the conditions pre nted to beetIc1Jtr in leading her unsuspicious comrade to the Banbury Arms and there they left old John with his crippled horse The landlord was a quiet furtive looklng man with amtnnerthnt suggested an Ilintermittent glancing over the shoul der Frances resolved to say nothing to him at this tinfe believing they had come sp quickly from Northampton that she wjas in advance of n Tlnltitructlons e was to receive but fn this she was mistaken With Cromwell to decide was to act And some one hadI evidently come jthrough in the While they halted waiting the prepara tion of ineal the soft footed In keep er watching his opportunity drew the girl aside and asked her if she ssessed a pass if so he would like to see it lIe was very apologetic saying 11nllpubUusMRera 19 neartoOx ford were compejjed by the mUltnryIcharge pf the town to selves that travelers who stopped WithI them werd properly vouched for other wise it would be lils duty to detain jtliezn and report to the local commandant She presented Jhe paM tb blin rJthoiif a word ofiil he rend it In si t lence then lobked at her as It he ex pected spmeleommfeht At last be said Perhaps you intend to stop here on your retUrnT Yes Have you received instructions nIrea41 Jt have and everything prepared Would you conie up nownud look at the rpojnl Thenlf for any Wason I amilot1Ji J hrnrolfcom tbiuyI- hl see thatZIflIstake Jis 1j He lpokher IP on upper reoii and explained tQ her the neUeaa ticoac- enled door wk rd iIthost a sound 6 1 Uc s PariiittLisfgMi 11ecupy th- iart1ap atkdy and will I1arlt1 7OVPAy1e1t until brniag Jim to skbw yol the way there4tQxtoreach the Jines pf the king irwill have a safe sojOurn there and 1 speedy return The girl thanked biiu far htt g- obwitkIiat d courtesY She could Jball to her aid fec at heart she Matted VIm his smooth oily IgraUat1agaa ner and utf shifty gkce ssIklk her shiver withi repulsion5Tat sue said to b n elfc Mctejice ccttftBir thkf Han WM Merely ciVsftat iIs a fttiete ehe herself acteI tie i TA i SICILIANH f yVTCic asltsome nigparr ne walk mercenary donbt kn dolag rbat he was bld but against a stranger and aa enemy while she potted against a friend and a man flta trusted her Fervently she prayed that Providence alight intervene between the resolu lion and accomplishment in some way rendering her project unnecessary There wasa slight hope that the ass picious king might not receive Arm strong as the envoy of the Scots He carried no credentials and Charles It he employed him must accept the bor- derers unsupported word that he was what he declared himself to be She feared that Charles was in such straits that lie would clutch at any straw but hoped hilt naturql distrust would come Into play so that Armstrong might re lUrn empty handed to tie would be relieved SlOflUUahlleI trayal from which as j 001hindthe time when she shQuld see it again The road as the Innk per hind grcdlct ed was clear and now for the first time during that Journey she was alone with her fellow traveler pld John pottering1 over his lame horse In the stables of the Banbury inn The spirits pf the young man were as high as those of the girl were low He saw that for some reason unknown to him she was depressed andhe tried to banter her into a more cheerful frame of mind but this effort bringing with It indifferent success he broke out into song and caroled to her someT of the border ballads Several times tlie obedient Bruce guided by an unseen touch t cdgctJI close to her but Armstrong fail to perceive hilt the girl shrank from his proximity and this abashed him silencing his song and jocularity But a lover must Ue bold if he would prosper Hpre was a heaven sent pp1 portunlty and what more cana man ask than that In an hour or two ttiey would be In the midst of a thronged city where she would meet the friends hs exoected to see Who could prei diet what m = Mfe l It VB = TAKE YOUR MESSAGE siiiie sue WOUHI viwi to temani ford One or more of jier frIends might accompany her back to Durham Now or never was the motto Yet he had toIa great deal must depend on the pro scntation of the case Why hut he let sill so many chances of getting lufor mutton gu a subject that now loomed with new Importance before him They bad gone a mile or two 1m silence a silence In marked contrast to his so ulferous setting out Frances feared that her seemingly sullen Indifference had offended d him and glancing surreptitiously at him front under her long lashes met Rile own eyes fixed upon her She smiled a little and said Have you isci more songs 1 have one more he answered speaking hurriedly t but have never sung It before and am just a little lu doubt how to begin I think Jtl got the mtiasur of It I could carry it on but am not sure Very well let me hear the song Ii- lit one of those fighting ballads No It is a love song pure qnd jUmplc it r1 fjQt- Oh said the girl with a coldness that frozeinstantly his hudding en tbusiasm She sat upe straighter oa her horse and turned her face resolutely aplproeArmstrong was stricken dumb it4hd1 lug his indirect course thus blocked eI tore him 1he1lrIWAst1e first to spek wonder Jiow soon Sye will belii sightpfOxfor she said xotiQr a long tIthe IJlope liT do yQuJ say that Are you nQ- tne3jgor us I t rencb 03tQld1fI1 Therqare Opi tImportant matters ntlJotIntuIti1Jfl41knewa declaration which she had hoped might be Avoided Several times en the wnythf danger seemed to approach ItlIsjumlBi In them she Tend a consuming Ipv4 of herself wbtch Will jwtto b niited yet which taust be balked and so it became now or never with her jujMtt was nJlh lilni k J1AettiedAll courage seemed to deMft b4wjw dee the iateMltjr of her 1ttJtjailbimseltY41e 7W iII t 54eeMej4 tpI ft RIte st OxfoeL Tbto riujark cirttlt1ly ktb3ctt- AI bII aj Tton nor guard It swept away rae mo T nlttlon froth her brow After nil the- ca might not be so serious as she had thought and jubilantly jIb welcomed the respite for jshe bad po wish to add r humiliation to thij wrong which fate 1iaa decreed she should work upon him fehe breathed a sigh of relief and said What guise Im afraid Ido uqt pnderstand 5YoU see hitherto we have been shielded by a pass Its wording was such that little inquiry was made shout either pf uel9w for the first time we have nokprotejtlon and what wi say to those who aecoStus must prove Our safeguard I shall be asked Who you are t told your brother that 1 would treat you as If you were my own sister but I cannot call you my sister at Oxford Why not tor one reason because you go to meet friends who know that t am not your brother nOd If inquiry ld mailc we are at a disadvantage True true J hrid forgotten Another reason Is tbatIif we claimed such relationship no ou would believe us for your hajr Is as blackl as the ravens wing and mine is like the yel low corn I I had not thought of thaft she said But I thbught of It arid alsOof a way to circumvent iIt If they ask sheIIsI He was now close by her endeavored to take her hand SldCint11 held it from him You say no because you cta lie and I honor you for your truth You are robed In truth my beloved as an angel Is Oh cense cease I beg of your franees this Is the song that bub bios In my heart and If my lips could worthily fulfill their prompting I would put it to such words and suck music as woman never listened to before But luckIng eloquence I can only say Sly lady I Ipve you And I can only say I nrij sorry If this be so If Why do you say ill Do you not know it to be true I know It now thatyouteHIt to ineSYou do not love met No v J4 And cannot 1 I And cannot You would even rob me ofall hope the Ipversiuldlnfe stars t LL I IYou can it robbing to lane nom you what should never have been pos sessed lWhy should I nott have possessed that bopoY Is it because I am yntitlcd while you are the daughter of the man who was the proudest peer in Eng land es have naught to do with itIt jjTItJ are but a breath still men intrigued for them have sold haveIdo thought never to beg from any man yet for this king I stoke my life andl it is but fair he should cover my wager I will say to him I go to Scotland on your behest through an enemys coun try Death or treachery dog everj footstep 1 take I may win or lose but If I win then I demand the stakes which will not take a sliver penny lnkpmeEarJYou ask a Just reward but twould be useless as assistant to the quest you now pursue Frances no lover truly entitled to bear that dear name thinks himself w rthyotJ1eronwJ1owh18 lien tAls set find I do not plead my own worthi ness when I sue for your favor But I am buoyed up by the thought that every tiny we live souse woman war rica some man therefore are womeji to onIenrtbshould my fortune be worse than that of my fellows everydaysome man and never marries him Why should your fortune differ from that of so sunny of youri fellows You have pierced the nrmQr there glrlrsoj own my shun defective lnl1 fall back on nit own un worth to besne h yoir pity on It and point the way to that amendment which will make me deserving lu your eyes Sir you force me unduly You drive mq toward confession Pitying God Is my witness that I bold naught against you You must accept my answer as final and let us have au end of this fruitless and embarrassing conversation I can iicver mufry you There is but ouqaqircumstnnce to prevent It Tbci believe that circumstance ex tstsU You love another II do not The young mann laughed joyously but pp correspondingmilo disturbed the set lips of the girll l When heucr glnncooiltiWw 041jereduv rer y recalled 03 MOll as It y1t FII I To Cure a CM iti One D y I Tao lAxative Bromo Quinine T Nett sv M I t 2mttmiikt Thfc sfclMtar fl1ifitH L I icrcu TUP n jure tiau nsr he himself had said It was at anend Bitterly did she regret her heedlesS de struction of the barrier whlch would have separated them Now she must erect Another more terrible more corn plete be the consequences what they may Sir you laugh I am glad your heart Is light or mine Is heavy enough If I loved another twere a small matter for the man were not likely so estimable In a womans eyes as you are As I have said you drive me toward confession and here is one bold enough for a maldentp make I admit you please me well and if I had loved another i womans tffectlcm fickle you were like to benefit by IsII transference But there Is nn between ua more serious than the lyou proclaimed sufflqlenfe Take that as truth andask me no more 1 must be the Judgcfof the obstacle Wbatisitr r shall make full confession when this war Is finished If bu ask me But the war can hare nothing to do with your feeling toward me or my adoration of you l You shall Judge whop you hear Then let me hear now No Your persistence when you how distraught I am dims your title of gentleman A lady should not be co erced Your censure Is Just but oh pity my despair If this obstacle be real It cannot be real Whatever It Is it shall dissolve before my burning clove as mist before the sun Tell It to me now that I may show you that It is the tab rio of a vlslonf The girl remained silent her htf pctuous lover fiercely questioning her bowed Lead with his eyes But as if In the Intervalof stillness specter in tervened between them and brought n startled expression Info his eyes their intensity sharpened suddenly and he saId In allow voice Do not tell me you ore already mar ried I am wedded to deceit Sir I am not worthy your love or that of any other honest man If you knew what It costs me to say this you would let these words be the last we speak in this painful d bntcrDeceit Not worthy of any honest man Lord save you child of sweet innocence If this Is all that troubles you there Is nothing in Our way to the church Your eyes are limpid wells of honesty Yoji could not harbor a de- ceItful thought if you tried I would trust my life my honor my very soplI to your keeping assured that1 a Halt came a sharp command Armstrong hooked up like a man awak enin from a dream Fore heaven he cried worider stricken Were on the outposts ofT Oxford A ragged soldier barred die way with musket held horizontally An of fleer in a uniform that had once been gaudy but now showed signs of bardL usage eame out from the tabln at the Isidesentinels challenge Though hts cos tume was so tbrefulbare he carried itj fwIUMa swagger that had almostwn toutfii of Insolence in it but this bear lug melted tou debonair t deference when he saw a handsome young Wo man before him He lifted his hat and addressed her companion Pardon me Have you the pass word V 6I am from Scotland amTbear a message to his majesty the king From Scotland May I glance at your credentials sfc T carry none I have come through a hostile country have been searched once or twice and arrested as often Had there been writing oil uie I should not now be standing at the doorstep of Oxford I stud to myself the honor of con ducting you to the chamberlain of his majesty And the lady Armstrong tqok the gIrls hand this time without opposltIoiiJon the part of Its owner Uiyascpidi as ice The lady Is my WJtcfhe said bold ly then added in ajvhlspv heard only by herself that is tobe CHAPTER XXIL HE one ouoofcnnd the two ou T horseback entered the fortress width had hitherto proved lin pregnable and traversed its streets until they came to the CrowD Inn Oxford was no longer tlje home pf learning for any art save that of war A few students still strolled Its thor oughfares but the military man was everywhere The colleges had boon turned Into barracks and arsenals the king himself lived In Chystchhrch over the towers of which floated the royal standard now almost the only red spot in all England As the party came to a halt the cer turned to Armstrong UA propitious meeting he said Here comes the lord great chamberlain himself Armstrong noted the appYpach of a man with n countenance so remarkable that It might havp been taken as typ ical of war From brow to chin was drown a long red scar while another inn transversely across the forehead just over the eyes so that there flamjd from his face an angrjr cross that give a most sinister expression ton visage which lacking these time healed wounds wouldhave been handsome chamberlain stopped abruptly In Irbe advance his gaze riveted upon the mind there can into Ills eyes a look of such malignity that Armstrong Instantly turned his glance upon his traveling companion The girls cheeks had gone deathly white arid she swayed blindly In her saddle perilously near to falling The young nina sprang from his horse and caught her Just In time Bitterly lie blamed himself for this unexpected collapse cursing iris persistence on the road when he had plainly seen that some strong emotion tprmcnted lice This mental perturbation combined with the physical strain she had under gone during their long Journey fully accounted for the prostration of the momentat the end ttwllIselfish hound to have sosorely troubled you with my Insistence fllt Is xsot that she whispered faint loaning Lwivlly on him with the pa thetic helplessness of a tired child a j lepciuieuce which sent a thrill ot pity l and love for her tingling to his finger e ends Take me In tAke me in quickly t I am IILV M Now the lord great chamberlain all jmlies and courtesy stepped forward and said with authority to the Inn kceepeft 7 i q a jhief ropms in the house forthe tfJ 1 51i i Il JOHN SHUCK MCELROY- IGOWK Ut1OV M IroyWht6 n J J lusurane Rea1Estate AgcntsA- r J fFire hifad Tor4o f i Jl Land o1d O11OfllflhlSS1Cb SS If t QTfice over Peoples Bank PI1O4 i t YY f m I1KEEPG0OL I ItI rj AndhayePeaceinthemHv InJ order to dpthi you siiould t1 supply yMt horne with some m of our iIOT WEATJBLBR 5J m OMFORTSJj 1AGO9DQIJTOV 4 ttf Is now considered almost affec- sity i in warm weather And there are Iji none to equal our Perfecitfon Wicjclit tqI Blue Flame Vve have ftifrthree sizcf t t I 1 ICE CREAM FREEZERSM arid Refrigeratorarenice things mt to have in warm weather We handle I nIVi the best Try outi Wonder Freezer 4 AbspluteYth best on the market Ve have q nice line of refrigerators to sb f3 leet from in severalIslzra1 yr esSig We make a leader of ihe Sitka one of Itff the best madeit H The Apollo Washlng M chine pofitive i f fIydoes ewprkrt r f vx iy S See Us about tin roofingjand plumbing i1 McElroyl Shultr1 tz U Qbn 1 Peoples Deposit tlRkl J iJ SPRING FIELD Yc vlc ORQAKIZE BEGEM B K 18Mf r j7 iII I f ji SptTt t NS- v OIfFicEksGeo U Robertson Presidentj I HThurmnaTiePreii 5 dent J A RduUvare Cashier Chas iCr JcCWrrf r7 ff r f Assistant Cashier HLC LeBookXeeper i 4DIRCTORSGeO P Rpbertspn J HoT brmant YtL GralaijijQwfA Ittt L HaydonJWSatterlyT JBlanfprtl l i enjoy et ery by rehiabe i 1 f 11Patrons on ed Banks Prosprivuegel1SUaJlttxtiWecll ted to writeod L f j t au mm Out rnoerer PccUpieaCufiz 4 whatever their quality The landlord called his wife andI Frances was given Into her care YVJt Tire officer Introduced the trie1erloJ the high official r My lord chamberlain this gentle man says he haq come from the Scot tlsh nobles with V message for his majesty Sir M de Courcy lord grea dhairiberlaln to the klng Frenchman anti Scot bowed to each other the grace of the gesture being almost cntlrelytfn favor of the fprmer despite his marred face IJSir said Armstrong to the officer I thank you for your guidance nndII you niy lord1 to Be Courcy ufor your kind and prompt c thxnnud with spect to the lady She has had a reI anti tiring journey through a danger Otis country under continual Tear 01I arrest and so it is not to be wondered heltst1alnj The officer who fias left us did not j give me your name sir said Courcy V DeII I arii William Arriistrong sptnewhajt known on the border a Scottish tcnJ j tlcinnn and a loyal subject of his maj Jesty the king Then you are very welcome In ox ford and I am sure his majesty wishes there were more like you in the en vlrons thereof and the regions beyond It is now too late to see the Jtlng todays and probably you are not loath io meet a nights rest aftern hard days ridinjj I will arrango D con ercllte t6t yoU with his majestIms semi as possible Thank you lfimny liiut4iat every jlay is of vijlud you wijl gcrhapaf urge upon the king the dangerof der layi V I shall riot fell to dp go Goodnight For the first thuibin hla life Armstrong left isis horse to the care pf others and entered the Inn to Inquire after the welfare of the lady who jib porbetl his thoughts She sept word that site was quite recovered but would see no one uutll the morrow With tills he fain to coritent and he wandered aBoui the be town in the gathering dusk hopTng to dp her service by dlscpverjng tile whereabouts of Lord Rudbys to whom be Jiup posed Jlbe carried soriie message fzorn her brother He 4earned that this young Rtlh was a captain In the kings arzyThi4 been sent ltwasi SUPPOSed to Iaoabut nothing hud beejtfheard of t a month or mprc au v hctherii wtprisoner or not iioius could say ThistIntcUIgeuco depressedJAriDstrorig wise e feared that the girt bad taken her Isug sS journey tot nothjlng and that the fall p lug to find the one she spugfet rrilgl s cntailbrpther or herself for each jn tUrrfhM p t ueJnlljlIlon u1u rWsraiiksaust1oUdIadI- 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