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cure any of or h ladder disefce beyuud the reach of medicine GIVPM UP TO DIE Spinel TkciaUBt VrMtsrfll Iud write For orer toBr yiMn I wM trouble ih iiihy aud bJaddllrall4KUOD lUmflMk and wu iahlaU work Three phrsiciaiM failed thoplIeaud1wulPftII np to dii foUr Kduy Crre was reeoromeoded a u tr bUJ env raeffrMt relief and after Mkittytk but tie wtir1jciattdb Two 6U s 59 C nU and flti 1 i w i 7W fiNEWLJADERK J 5 Nfi li iI oi = 1 ROUND Of rklLKJ t HMi M MM MMMoMMMIl2 T thti l ral fKpJwiic iV fPutl I Farmers built aruraHlne Itttrum ltfcalt takedup fme ll ypu a do was ring- t- Fvery eUwept tlngallng Qtia for Central twof or B ggs Short and long calls for old Scrog iEyery neighbor had his call ywist the crartk and that was all Mlghtynice when work was thro To gossip for an hour or two Withyour neighbors one by one Mighty hicebut lots of fun When you heard some other two Telling w was not 1or you Every tim the signal rang To the phone each farmer sprang Slyly grinnedt and softly took Eacltreceiver frottlrits hook Qther peoples secrets dear tPoured into his large red ear 5 How he slapped las legs Kswarif1 i Telephoning lots of Ui Somehow id a year or two ti St blesd rkbegan to bre JV farmer Jones got fighting hot Heard Scroggs calling himti sot Farmer Scroggs seemed angrjvloQ Heard Smith tellhig what He knew Smith heard Abel telling lies Paid him oft with two black eyes Abef heard young Isaac Boggs Underbid him on his hogs Bpggs 4heard a sdeaking churl Making love to hisbetgirl Wbinen toot were in thetmuss v Raised a most tremea ousfuss t Every one from Scroggs to Jones In glass house thrqwirig stones v Now the line has silent grown Wires ru ted poles oerthrowns iTwenty friends are deadly foes j Eacfijone full of griefs anti woes Eachtopniad tospeakia word Cause vf things hed Ovqrheard Cambridge Republican Press 7rOGRESS TOWN The efforts i of the city authorlCities to enforce the ordinaiico Iiianst be Keeping of hpgs vithin the town limits will soon Tesult in Springfield being Iqiown as a h1es town n In the mean time the efforts of tne ffiCi1s wliile TvdJL directeclanci evidently theIlfrr6nij certain 9 art rS People wlio have places and plenty of room to raise hogs and almost anthinge1sei are isinliw1o- vIrwhatj3y considraij in justlct and some tBhiV thatifJ theit rights and7 prlXjl leees ns r eecnensare being imposed upon Some argue that there are njanylgreater nuisances in Springfield than a pig m a fellows back lot and they are a little sore over being forced to sacrificeflbeir porkers and at the sam rpepy p wit1i the naiSitnce tixjs n i1itoHigsewei The sewer nuisance by the way ia forcing itself to the front and in louder and stronger terms is demanding attention from the authorities The cry should be B6wn utidergroundiUi the sewers iSVOT Dithflrn3EDIt is told iin discussingi lastSaturday nights shooting between omcei John Grace and the Bailey jboys that a i ellknown citizen oflEaSf Main streetS whose homfe j near the spot wKere the shook ing occurred that fh slep1 t soundly nE during the frats This our friend denies41- he tays 0at he had nOt rer ted ii the time I was jinkiny easycItir however atfd 1jieard the sKooting but wasot dis turbed ir5L the least rJdy wife jgrew a little uneasy ncl fasked me if lbalJiot bettevstiate- ttftuietedt her fear81pwever and told br tha1t tlcB bl1etj hadi Doubtless TlJjoeen fj ed Itito the air as ustfal hID thatJt 1 S J i J uua1l aty1ie- rd leaving tQWQ khtt5- ieed long been disgraljeflQl practice lor jJipto akett men Tvhe n- bouitittorntp celebrat i1PJb1tl tP from Qfti Qbo l Qe f b ir i f f JjfIiQll4 t 35Yt writes j J rPfae iclansii J 1tt9witlf9lit success I then took oTcK4ueyCie The lint ott1 rav i knhM relief aud- tbrebottkavcDred pns2anPfltly- II v recommend fins tJr qf- ufe4rror al liyTh R 4 Ces- ianit t 4 J t t YIIs ReackDuyIiS The work on the new railcoadI betweeil hera and Hartodsburg is now prcgressiug more satjsj iaictorilynh aii ever before Tffe graijingiis nearly completed ther tJuTverfs have long since been finished and abig force of hands near Harodsburg are now laying the steel nd fiailasfing the track About three miles of tde steel has already beenaidandSone of the men in road said to an Advocate repofr ter you may not be surprised itv B get into DanviUe with the road by July 4tbJ It is not generally bel velthat the work thl be completed so soon as this although there is A possibility afv Thereis Jilttlel doubt jiow ever that theline will befinished Jy the first of August anti its coming mto Ithis ton means moretOthe business jnterestsof tthe town thin our people cait aritrcipate Besides bringing a tJlarge number of opqtWesr to Hanyille to live this Ktobe the jjpMil1iheroad in Kentucky and he Q ann xington is now the inter cpimnitxian save at least and hou a time Between sou them wints and St UnerlUtdvefacilities that beret f9re which wjll make jt mucb more conven ent for the traveling public T AdvocateS ool s5ia parc Digests all lassesl of oodf tonefe idd strenjrthena the stomach arid digestive organs CufcS dyspepsia indigestion stomach troubles and make rIch blotod health and treqjfftn reaj Dyspepsia Cure rebaitdfworBoHtt tifr Gn U14tkCo tJ says I hvouscd a number of bot ancthtloundj gjut indeed powerful remedy for stomach iiniejntflr r rextommemi ntiitejAy friends lSoldbalDrai t Pver A Mt Nretf C t Mrs Margaret AQr died Sunday nlghtat the ridence of Mrs Bwmtlnon WMkonsou street where ijseveralthe Kings Daughters Bir ral1 weeks ago Mrs Abrams Vasrta SSkenw n Mack Abrams the exSeing borne bytb l 5J promKdd that if4Lvte hribredtd not qshiF Y J6ack here on th rel tfJ hereH iiS rwas no one to nieer lieraKr CrEf for her and lietice she stayed in the depot tar several hours w he1 she WaIen Wharce tiandr111 l rs Bowmtr M1SAbr5WSf hadHWen a resi d tvntf Frankfort tetra great many years She plaimCo be jbyer Vhundred j ears oldtthough shewas probably not more than eighty She and several meu- rbPrsofthefnjjlyhadbaeni for several upontheuals 4 Her husband was killed many onlydanghthikilled by a train at Louisville atouMyear ago Her only son Mack Abramsj is living r Ftan1foyrournai I IJl iirtcftcs Pfiilesophy Remember my Eon yoii have t Imndleherrov or a et of books digging dftches or editing a news paper ring writingfunnyDont beuifraid of killing your selfsunflyslde of thirty f Mefl diegome theiquittOpj gethometillnal that tillt mt son rcbe work gli rYQU appetiW fr ionr rtectant holiday There Are young thou i countryitty irlciowthfljlfv names even it onb speaks ofthem as uold to and sos bpy ifa boy J11 cei them thereat busy worli4pflt know they ire here SofiPI itwhatyou want obe nddp islke off your epatand makevdust in Itthe xprlcL ftie bcsief you are bees rmlfou are apt tto gett linto thesweeCer will bet VQur sleep the bigbCetsnd happier yOur holidayand Better Satis I tieqJ hrWorldwilt be with you Gille ii ittaiiccr1 ColL B L Dayt oT ftici UallQioJ3rltlsh Euis l otilfefirsL of t iJJeterans JQi reach Louityjl am wis proh ably Theflrtjo irt from his home onaccdi fthg fength1 ot time It required lor him to gef here ColPOV ziasa meAr her of the famous Orphan Brig ade Ibis a Frenchman fcijifct his sympathies tjere ailwith the South ond wheh the first gun was fired he hlefcd the afjftY asa private Reaching the rank ol Colonel before the bloody i rl1g flel was over- Thisi is tthik first timei he has been in Louiib Vilie1n seVeral years andhas kept busy snaking TiJmdar wilfe oldfriends4na talking Tfli war times CourieiSiournall T r 4c TO 1ip6HN IJ iIf t f Va41III i I oyd Cplvin ot Litsieyi visitel1 his uncleyirAljafe Kay s otJ 1ti isvllie iasteek tAmong tHoe who attndecT- the r unron lastweekwer James doraia DtisiSett t Jojin Har desteyjjp An Sjifdet and 4aug tersJMrs Ham Pile AtCpm stock andjfacailyand MrJ Wi N Ellfolt accpDijpanied by Mis- F4aKepe MiS4i Mi naa Tucker and s i i rlr Barnes 1D K r 1i i 11t ujs J wew34414 Wa Messrs 1Iiiryfeed and Decatur prag ooSnd wives of jiear HtlIsbof6viJtd lAnC Janaes Montgoi yof this place Sun day i Lucjen Piialcstoni and wife of Plea aritrf6roye visild relatives 5n this sect on Sunday ISteveral froihlhis place atten ded BhUdrens day at lylt jZipn Sunday Bertha v Egerton anu Boss eachman of Hillsborp ere in our tnidt Sunday r Thomas Montgomery and daughter Faye of Fredericks town visited relatives near here Sunday R L Goatley and wife visited relatives in Springfield Saturday MisS Addie Lee Pile is visit in friends in Lebanon this week News items are scarce this week but we Will do our best to supply a fevr of themost impor tant haD enings during the past week t Miss Addle Lse Pile visited relatives near Pleasant Grove last week R K Dugan hits returned to his home at Wbodlawn after a pleasant visit to relatives in this section Je C Piles and wife of this place visited relatives in Indiana last week visiting tueuQ VV Reunion as they passed ihrbugh Louisville Miss Ola Gballey attended the U C V Reunion last week Misses Pearl Goatley 1ljid Mattie Tucker ore tJsiirng at Frenchic and Wes I4en SpriogSslhis nttohth They Also ttook S ed- 5through tha it r Rfpallicwis Attcirffoa it To heR epUb11a1of Wa ih ington county In obediance fto ItII order of the Republican R lJRlJ cincts will meetin pr cint Conventions on Saturday June lt 1905 at 4 oclock P M at ilfe places designated on bills pos4 in each preciAfet for tbit paJH pose choosing a- mitteeman preci llieJVe on- committee9M co th hoe will epi lowing Monday Jun ij 26 nK the JICeoi W FjJri J I oclock for the purpose 4 ljicfian izing WF Grigwby See f G W Colvm OhainSan l le l 4 j IiJ o TIIIES r 11LCuSadtzlIay Nlshf bya Al t tJ IIr Rtic tll 1 aHdrkrceDruNk- rr Mes f1 1O tH Wacjuifjiiiei itirY- ginioitownfort alittle while CO last Satur4a niiglibetuinine indfe bcloplr ahdiis the resultS of tlvfeikles behavior of hjeJ3 yjoui men from the Texas rieignbprhpgdj one of theiu iiutii bet1JobnBaitey was badly w u1lod by Marshal JpTtint5race ad jhovse driVen ijiie pfficer was ounded so badly it will die Teparticulars of the affair arbout a folloss 1 Saturday nig Tohanl Joh JtBailey and JLresti Purt3orn a1f the Texas nejjjpbprhopd ete Jn town and WSriC drinking and iaciined tooe 1bot4erous TQey4had done o6tjirighdwevertp wjttraiit a- naL up tP tbtmtieaying fpwjiwhich was abbiit9 oclock bout that tipi toe thie- SyogS feltpw gpenred inr a- buWlcor1i J fr Haydon Thompsons livery vstable and Jiur ned the Qprnfer arid started up Ma tbeIcprjner of the Walt ii Hotel where Masbal JohriGratfe was stand ipkjtbrey hurled a vPlley 6r oalths anvTiita few Y JJp9f defiance athhn i iDdfdartedtnprthestreet as fast atheirhorsecould go Grace determined lto go after them an- djjliatnc1inl view ran to beF li Jhorseand buggy belongl wasItget1i after thq reckless young fellows Athcuper etid of town and be liwe rchingthnt f rkot the road Uiofficer overtook hisrmen and haPted them Ybung Purdom was ordered to get inlcr the buggy with Geellifl the theirio tr 7go O 1fe way docrL tWn tJje trace Qn the harness drivenr bjr ahe marshal becamelopse and onstopjiing fp fix it thVtwo pria0ners hid gone pn acoIdertbletstancQ aheaiS Indeed 59 farjahead didthey go thajithey evidently deterrnjued lotry anothejrdash and instead ofsoppi g in tdwn turned the corn r and dash ediup the Leba non road MiLGiraca ithbis prisoner had meantime come on up ahd pUWt rapid rate up the Lebanon Foad indjfinally overtook and ptfcetflPre headed th young fellows dower town They came on atarapid rate and dashed throug he crowd which had by this time collected pnthe street and headed once more out the Texas pikev jChe cBcer reached the corner suortly rbe hind tbcfugitlves and stopping longenough to tutu over Ibis pHsoner Young Purdpmi nq to have the troublesome trace pnca mOre adjusted dashed On out MaID street ih pers it Tm marshal overtook the ybungmen at a point opposite the old school house property and demanded their surrender This they refused to dp but pushed otf Graces went head with his buggy and attempted to block Jtheir waall of the time calling on them to Surrender- S eirig lliejr way bljcked the young men began to shoot at the officer from the buggy Several citizens of the nuigJibbrhols- aytjthe first ahot came from tbj btuggy cctPJetY tMBaiily 4teyp SeyeaJshot werefirtd 5nlqufclcSBCceseipD Tt horse V f be Sr you uh1 v1r Ke yr hairda k Adi y AytrI ay haiT I1tOILS 1b deepcWui o1- oV JS3 fog5 jr AJ rile i by Grace in the mad chase iieiv d a bttlUt in the ai d6meij iromnWhich it will die Jdhn jBaHeycatightrtwo bullets from 11tbetft1ers revolver one break j otlfI n QUD while 3itiful are no r danger9 t 1 Lesli4 Purdom was put in jajl SaVurdry night but gave bipnd for hitkppearance for trial pn Monday Messrs Joe Claybipoke and T cL Campbell became his sureties1 for the bndof25 Whin Purd6ms case was calledI Monday r ternpon4 he 4idfnoti appear and it was 5a1d that he Ijad flec the conntey His bond was cleclaredforleited The two Bailey boy were served with warrants1 ift the hprne of their jfathern Mpntty ByZ deputyhliriff 4 c Kimball and gave llond They recharged with shppting M i6th intent to kill P tL1 10 Be tMt1t It ia nd secret that for puJLi rS2tesiSis so effective as Btie s Arnica Salve uIt didrra kQ longto cure bai sore tibi iti isall p J for sorees- writtfl1rt GIegry pfcojae Ter 25c at 0 X Bay onsiPhar al if RiiIidsYkW OhalrsfAn TdcGhord 6tt the State Railroad Cojmnissiony yes terdsj received a c mmanicalion from ine corapanies agreeing to ongrassieedcents pn eaQh lOD pounds f from Paris to ncilptL And other pOJOt The reduttipn moots theicommendation of theiTconi mission in tthe ecent bearing of Fatis sjiJrrJiii riiiill cLI nity shippers tB whichi complaint ol alleged ikis crimination pr excessive rate a JDt 8 Bt I ad Thr complaint was fi1a1 agakigt the L 4iNa d Is m Victorr for the shipperssa1d cdjmisipnersv nd seua6arestfutthei proceed 9jailiQI Before tha Inter j toIwhichmade Some weeks agotthe commit ion addressed a communication interst4ecommercef tbe facts This was published jin the JournlFrankfort Jour nal l J 2i UioutBf11 the aleepyhid t Dearly 1oy 4jby bed t hhpJVheublutfdenl hi atstrtedwafciDg l KVrjr morn when day was breaking yhatja this aVglc necrOinWcer IhirY RISES thats the answer l1b1 all Dr sts r Siccessff xKrJeit if Last falaI gentleman lUvj ppth Gfeensburg and Columbia roia about a halfl mile beyond Camp Knox post office prepared alofof ground for wheat andt being unable to secure a dtill lte nSowedil without usIgii r fertiiiJe This ropbs4ofth object of- thuchinterest as some sem ljp think at crop of wheat can iibb4i- esuccbufuUyjrosn unless it zr drilled in viihii iftrtiljarri iplr ever the drop oi- aboveisone wte tiarkwwdn cit tbitprpXII OD the dreeniburg ind polubi road l1dthe1aWdJahiC ul jt wju- growjiifiBtrelj average 1 4ltt Yilb a Il f 11 w TVv t li J i c i iS ji- wfI I r r GJ JNTtRtj Ir If c I I JI6p ST CATriEnThe sai 1 friends and pioos ofjJ3 t Aeahit1- habit i t oratoditithnt IIf erxement exercises ftbt i1i1i atitttltpoi wer again dfeappojnie this year as the new hall iis not erenough completed to admIt ot its use The graduates we J tgivesi thfeir crpwns aad dipkmia aVHol3rRot rf Louisville wfeerjs they atttdied thii year The gradaates Miss UetiJDtowBS 1ofBlofitd1 1iNi Sew building is oow ogresinjwell and although the j jng kri a big one There 1is every promise that the flew acadeojy will be ready 19i occupeicj pj cRtembet otfjlt tImef9 r tbe opening Of the reguUr 6bi3o tterm4 ArEementz tlre bttio made by the way or re9n- venjnt railroad t accointaodMioesS for St4 ath proposition M to establisK a sUton on the rilrotfsii int Mweetf Valley Th S Spripgfie di iwd within albpafcthree qvariers ofk nte xf the a ja4em X reW wtjj b built scros tL u1tf1 leading from the Bards toflPiif- o intersect with tHrill It- is sai4 that the righVdf way ham already QHaec11r6d for this road and that orkppa htfiWks jt wilt begin shortvi This Wlj give the patrons of St Cathn a railroad jjoint Ok exrer than Spfingfitld t y v 1 r Ru Mtsr SiHarrtdsiuga- ppars to be having av4v4d JexrmoYrttowitnswsdqwi1ks bets tM l amns- IrCidenty bflirald last 1IekjptVM as uIt5oC au Ii1 isv- cideat hehT e- shtdspetae Iiw has driven JeIIf Uiei7- Imipftbst pl ee4 as foitows T ere were Jte eral very iadig pant eercbantmMsr4ay Afel lowVreat up tfaia ttreet tud pokel hihI tAo aa aiber 04- atore 2nd rftorIIJber Qft tfee Ipbr Pf eecli Whur kis atteotiotti WM e Ued tp It h- eiipjy saidt fiW li I eU pee raeai Mv1iDeDt11 had to s oewbr i lJidivKtwrfl11I marki t tb EerldborIbrRLo t c 4314D iOti- alft FHillSl 1i1ithe foilow r wjima field ne p1IdA1 re cedtly the t kiahs ieieIed- s bvtSIt was MWx tod1yo- astrictbito a fipe M te having iiletkis in the fOr thesplithandl ii d Wi This ax isa very good sp jiftttt kill of the Abprigmi rnSJ dnsruci1ijthough i pistrin v raiighI 1Jt1 Tt Fiii iae2a1 E b bich U96 AU Itiaues fourdayioieet jbe a good sj- fl I r l eral preuiui 1llliIa b oet4 lJaJeMw if irajctlve feater fi13e5 rititT1eoUe5hh I wLz1oo1 iInrfew tSsji andvstock exh- it94 re eied god ntgii iwpsf i J ip i Iieuaitakes o YSol a ai4II peqple3 MrsWoStht js bre ldngo d thi5guo4a4a H1- H J 4altiiPates the et fcy itt j T anti4crubiiSD 51S1EAprotSaadgesue JNP4Cb3fLCDW i ii- Lwit of e with ndent gtuIacdiIStZ Wr Oorn iMSIiref lSeslDterest1edg4hi cta4rwith Mr reStMsrys eetbia a- worlc on ihid corilract iii wM tcesalred ant wasaedto Ik Iv f jng t ezafefuieg 11 I Ibouii ic5 11rOkkaadiIIi1L mite which WM a r- 3j3j 3jScuHugfthbtS ho1 SjsdIdj lithi1e k Higtri 1 b5iyiSS ebestS 1aSPoDkt5- l iir bi fWelttqJIs- fl eloSc h1wbuslfe bot8Odosea Ibo i- rnig 6SSt- f fSSSQ yvfIa iiitrnLhj4 i 0at5- 4YReney roves i i5U15i rtI rii j1f tt n11 D m11It Steel Gate I tj r f ANDtDESIRABLE r k- r 4 i pr 4L e t = Iff NEWS4CKIr P Tt anYAYI SI A V JMH lAPVAftOC ii 41E2J x 1 i r IFICFIELDiWv t t 1t i0 2 J4LDAYIr11L 4 i X i I LlSI Maces 10 CM xvi pr7T J 0 Mi uHnwI htlwtterJvtspsriln 1jd at ftwyr ales atcasbJ i4ill 1aIdUiielvJ1Of s l1J vcoetneLs made on liberal icuit 2 AWPOhJ 1LUS I W jJ tlf alttu t 250 I k Cewwtjrgaie 50 lr91WIriffi TMUMI AT JUIW i2flgOS i lc VfeJl V l Wackville iVf Afterb neb a nice refreshing i i r yn Itut sighti we sire able to ajainrNice the renop ltt weI qsanuber of yisiors fre p iWawbflmtth raGthuaM rrind Mr E B Peter atid wire of rf Deatorr Texas sire with his brot ersParis and Orc netl 4 Ptier tot a w hilo Jr Preston Peter of Olmsteaul ei l up last Tuesday and stayed vitU Sucday xr Jim Mitchell and sister of YaTiMMyilte Texas are here vise iitiiff Xnt Jamtf Clark ana his aflttj Sue Sweeney SftFbe1adisakI society gave an V ioecrem supper at Mrs Martha Leolthe night of the 17th for the benefit of the new church v They realised quite a nice sum 136J MrJmy Ferrell sold his bon C dlot In town to Dr Barnett toaaifrci4aburg in September Mand Mrs Dick Jjif sey are r MayesTheye Mrs CharlotteVawter spendI ing a week with her many friends around Mackyille Mr Jame Petpr of Oklahoma slsth realso for a few frays to tbis cousins and friends If wjhotn he has not met for a ium lS rofyearss Quite ftnumbeV of our people went down and took In the reo union 9 Dr Barnett went to Louisville with Mr and Mrs Lambert last week arid lrs Lambert uhcter went a surgical operation The y lleft her there until she is able to I return homet Dr and Mrs H Hopper t twrilaotiei1i went with Mr and Mrs Joe Qtoyd to have her eye treated 3h appened to a very serious ccident she stepped on a hoe theiJWt hope she may jrecover her sight 4J4 4cMis Alice Busby spent last week at Frankfort visiting rela rlive and friendshMise JBva Hatch ett was isJLou iivh1hst week t 4 V Harvest is on hand now butI r qA the rain stepped it for a while t but weneedtBe rain and can wellI ioi afford to wait a while 7 JensonionI parrCents Dear i hisi place Mrs LetYoung the Wife of Bobert Young aid the daughter of W HMd t bro aged 23 years with con sumption She leaves two chi D1otberfam i host of fiicnds to mourn her death She had been a member t tofUie Baptist church for ten ywirsj liviog a consecrated Chris tiau feeAt the last hour she aid she was crossing the river bappjc calling her friends one bj oaa bidding them farewell Tne I fvLeral was preaceed the follow k ting day by Rev J W Campbell 1 at Texas church Burial p t Bethlehem cemetery We extend J our simpathy to the Icy jd ones r fr Mrs J W Porkfns is quite Iill at this writing with typhoid ievorSv Mr Jacob Kimberlin received gr lambrhere vestedday at 6icens anothrI1 t beautifttl rain To those who ibroughsettingtobacqIii c ja cjfiWrhini isfi ti1ihed now ihisIr1Mew Exasondayol- v SHi Jr i v i- rct at topSale 1 L Poland china pigs 5 Get a weaalin pigreitlier sex Eligible fctetiifMtcr Of is PORTER f M BotlandKyt t ty I 1t IIIi BnJfJWCm t i If food toei and qt i MOICh Mid digeitlveft- eva ppia iIghto ti MTbibk aaiairi ud- I p bis4 k sd qtJrIX K D Curr JkUt 1I Atft v 7 cIbersf Lot i Jt tI DysptpICire afhiye IO41tSPbha Ytiy cffcclirfr D11 teflira4jachLi1iL oMbjaI1Drii4j J t fODIIJbaaJIImi tdN NI Ar r r T wT i wHiHiijift Fii1iflHfflaUt County IV8Ir E fla- LieaI1lt AnMn theOufttyPeople i1 IcNiri as Reported by ourCrrspodeiitft f1 MAUD Since the weaUjpi h trliown ao extijme1y warm W oUl t not ensure Mr EdItor verjr jDnrh- if il he were to purchase biEwelf a half doeenCsonjeiiiing morejor fless immense palm leaf fails and sit iiti the shkde or in an e cream parlor and not sena e our much read NewsfLeader fflKj pair of weeks but we would iii1t1Mrs OraCrume and ti brittle sot shave returned from o visit to Mrs Fannie Crome at Oroakes Miss Flora Stallard and Mr Ernest Wbitesides visited friends herauhday and attended the Child ens Day exercises in tbe evening Mises Dolly and Lydia Virginl entertained thefonowing at din Sunday Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton of Willisburg and Maud Yancey of Midway Mes srs Hugh Leach man Willisburg F ilbrt Donahoe and Frank lanes Springfield Earnest Goatlfy Vallt Hill and Her nard Wall ot Moorsville The Childrens Day exercises held at the Christian church at this place on last Sunday even Aiiing was quite a success in cverv particular and showed carefuL trlliningpn the part ot gels We do not usually throw bouquets at any particular in dividuals on such occasions as thiswhen every one did himself credit but would like 1jo say that Mr Willie Brown and Miss Maybel Tucker arfiLto be com plimented1 on the manner iin which thev delivered their reel tations alsp the five J out g ladies on their graceful movements in the pantomime Miss Annio rones and HubErtt Virgin and Sister were in Bards ttown last last Saturday Mr Eugene Shehan is also att home from Bryant Stratton Louisville Mr Frank Wells of Bloomfield was in our midst Sunday afternoon tf Mr Jno Virgin and wife were entertained by M L Troutman and family Sunday Miss ancy Sheba has reo turned home from Chaplin where she has been visiting her auntti Mrs Ike Irvinef Miss Ophelia Yates is visiting her parents at Midway Miss Oltie Yancev of Louis ville arrived Sunday evening toI be with the folks at home during tthe summerjnonths Messrs Lee Godby ard Albert Wall will begin painting the resi d enceof Mr Nealef Bodine this week They have painted several houses in this vicinity al readyIWe are pleased to report Miss osie Shehan as slightly im proved A crowd of young people near ere planned a trip to Tttthams Sunday but their chaperones were not able to go do the trip was postponed We are pleased to see Mr Albert Shehan out againRe SjringfielMonday pgbvsician1Dr The Ladies Missionary Society meets at New Hope church on next Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock All members are urged o attend this meeting as it willl be an important one Miss Elizabeth Cummings of Louisville is visiting her cousin Miss Jennie Yates of Midway Mr Edward Nalley and wife off Bardstown and Mr Lmdsey Dodson wife aLd little daughter of Stringtown visited at the b omelof B F ettl s Sunday Sothe of those from near here who attended the UiC V Reun- ioni were Dr J NJShehan I N- Arnold Mr J bUtteveClson A Ladi wife Mrs James Wall and Misses Maude Yancey and Louts Settle Mr Lee Godby was almost bybeingllitte ladies fan Mr Godby THE SECRET OP SUCCESS a1eBma1 Forty jnillion bottlesof AHgustJflcnrec er f tsfintroductioni still gtowing Isutthat ie howing AugustlEiowcare of indigestion and dyspepsia irorat enemies of health and happiness thatiI clt diM ftiMl disorders lthatit Wisttveregu1ators i August Fl ibM matchless recon1 of over 35yeimr in curing the ailing million prttese distressing complaints 4Jwo sizes 250 and IJSc All druggists t MOO u 2inthoqgbtedlysaid lathes shoe with fcis cane I suIts and ended with the abov re ilMisSes Roxye areit gad KathrysD Louisville where they attended l school the past year Tias f iinJce cream supper will be given at this place on the nifeV Iof July 1st for the benefit offhe church here All are cordially tiinvitedD and wife t 1tedRev R L Purdom Col RE Whayneand E N Kimberlin were among the number Iron here attending the Reunion at Louisville last week i lqlE Whayne Miss Annie Claybroolte hlw returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Lexington I Miss Lillie Cocaoougher pfr Perryyille is a pleasant gujeit iatCharles Harmon in Marion coun Ltty vWill Harmon of Marion coun ty accompanied by his sister andl Miss Lillie Cocanougher atte edservices at this place Sunday Mr James Mitchel and site Mrs Ewell of Bardstown are visiting in tins community Mr and Mrs Charles Harmon of Marion ccunty were here Sunday IJL B Purdom oft Sunday for Lexington and Winchester Ky Miss Effie Kimberlin wfi has been visiting her slater Ms J Lewie Harmon of Bcwjjng Greene has raturne4 She was accompanied home by Mr3iHarmon The following ones wei pleasantly entertained fijfthe home of Mr and Mrs JacZ b Kimberlin Sunday Dr Wi fr Barnett and wife of Mack ine Nat Campbell and wife f SprirgQeld John Kimbriin and wife of Marion county AirsJ J L Harmon of Bowling Greg n Kyand Miss Bettie Deboe of Springfield Misses Bettie Deboe a idt Mabel Tyler of your town at tended services here Sunduy Mr Moore of Sherman Texas visited at the home of Jacobj Kimberlin Monday t Mrs Lee Young wire of Robert Young died Wedne after a short illness of cons m- pt DtHer funeral was preach ed at this place by RevJ W Campbell after which her re mains were laid to rest in Beth leham cemetery Aunt Meloria Froman off Sioiais Ky died Monday aged 83 years Her funeral jrns preached at the home of ily William Ray Tuesday by IRi v Graves of Lebanon after winch her remains were interredtf jn Bethlehem cemetery to await thef resurrection of the just Forest View Misseg thee Cambron Bertha Rite Susie Wat ban and lla Russell all of Union county tire at Mrs Annie Viz ana protract ed stay and making themselves very agreeable among the young folk of the community Mss Alnver OrKiesi and Fred dMarymencement at Nazareth IJst week t aJlSwitbMuKMedleyattended the exhibition at rSti Mary last week Miss Mary Carrico and sister anti Willie Medley wew at jWr Anderson Carricoes ono evening jtiAlbertt ra 141Mattingly fMissTresaMattingly took dIn at Mr John Johnsons tffrmass at St Rose on Sunday last uud in the evening drcKje I over to Lebanon to attend meet ingHamilton ySuiUuMissForaRose visited MSS Daiy Hill the remainder of the day stdelighlfJl1nome of Mr Rich Smith by the young people of the family last Sunday evening Garland Hamilton left here Monday morning to build a wire fence at the Grundy Orphanage Mr Robert Montgomery is auve ill at his homo near this place William Rinpy was tble to drive over to Springfield lasIt Monday We are indebted many thanks to dtonour young friend John Hamil Id ofCartwrCto any tnat we ever saw it HIIT J have beemvused for wposeshutpipe according to our guess There is A bowl the giza of a pipe running through the block ctcm HHMM MMMIM Dgr and thumb that it might pactsarehighlyo weighsver2pourds HhlloryinfoloIugithri hasUledl groundhPimany other small rader- sCar4weII Mr O G PaUerson and Row Ew Summers have just re Uned from Springfield where ttiey have been on a prospecting t ir They seem to be very sp1rtfo aIoigftlinestotbe t oftnoralty intelligence and fi tl1 t oJhnbeing the chief attraction to o th manytherThey express much appreciatiop of the kindness shown them fy mjinf of tJfLB leading business a d bt al59tiially the painstaking interest those hustling and polite retfll es ttate men McElroy it Wharton who can show with pleasure every inducement offered to tbi tJIsT advantage and those having Lp mistaketi show it up Mr Patterson would b5 much missed horn this end oJl ttlt e county and Mercer where he rpsid s as he is an earnest Chris SuperinwcdaptOft wile since the organization jptfti church and as a business Jn he has but few equals in this par Washington or Mercer countiejy having proven a success fis for iaer merchant and Rnnkerhvilg resigned the latter position i few days since flue three elr wellweUOrnistibi faithful efforts of Mr Patters 01 more than any other one man 4Geoa fine jack for 200 i I ssrsWm Foster Tho i 1JDkst oil and J T Lay sod then mules for Sa 77 70 respect i ivelj Mr O R Liy bought of Mrl Goldman Patterson Jr j i farm consisting of 35 acres with iimprovements for 1050 JF Mr B Lawson received boutj r50 lambs here Friday atti centf- per pound He also bought som stock ewes from Mr J S Newby head1Mrbunch of ewes at the samepricej ivlr R S Warner has mov fja4 IHs saw mill from Mr George Isharng near Bttle w oreJii Julbje cross rjad Mr W G Simms sold to Joh Roberts 7 yearling Etecrs f 100 fMr James Moore while carv lInK the boof preparatory to shoeing let the knife slip into his arm We need a black smith a Cardwell Wo hope Mr More S wound was not fatalEd Rev Summers filled his ap pointmeuts at Battle Saturday r and Sunday Prof LogiScoLducting a sinking cl sat that place tRaymond is the name 5of1- C ili bouncing boy who arrive a tb home of Ar John Lowery a few ago We are compelled to make our poltest bow to the HilHjJborO correspondent for 1hegDial compliment to his mst vprthy colleague in the fast weeks sue igbltbeiJ word in saying U fertile Brain ljWQuldcase But we willsay no Cmore Imostheartily 1dlIillsboroi SIMPLE SIMON rt l f Thongaads Hate Kidney trouble and Dont Know it Sow To Flsd Out Pill yourwat sediment sett jtnunha1thycond iI rytion of the kidI if it stains 4 1yourfrequent desire to pass It or pain In r the back Is also bladdeI Wluit to Do There Is comfort in soolenSwampRoot ish the great kidney remedy fulfills every theback rtfyot gtliquorwinsunpleasantIaecesslty of being compelled to go oRe timesdaringordinary effect of soonrealized wondel casesIfeSoldizeYoumaynderful discovery rtand A book that tells I more about it tath sent abeolute address bymallDr el imt t igentioni ICflIf5J1pO S1 J 9m n J F SUMMER GOQDSO- ur f stock J ot Summer Goods fe most complete including t a great V vatiety of i Linens I India Voiles Lawns Line ltrGinghams c 1 Vudork Porch Shades u1 invite you to us f tunn E ii IIM m l 7rJ i A Democratic CandidatesI The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their- S pajty for the respective count ofilces at the Democratic Irlm ry hIdin Washington county Ar- ev gust 6th 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular electo November 1905 3 For County Judge B L Lits yI For Co AttorneyT S Mayes- Jt County Clerk WF Booker Repsfcnttive W D Ulaybrpoke 03bpurner BusLh For JailerGeo D Catlett- or Assessor T Pf OBryau Wl r T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery 19r soME FAMOUS TALES HOW THE IDEAS FOR THEM WERE BORN IN THEIR AUTHORS The Mu Who Gave SteTCB oa Hi Inspiration For Jekyll and hyde Ilorr Dickens Discovered Oliver TtrUt uail Xlcbola Nlcklebjr tewathory pf Dr Jekyll null Mr Hyde and the story of its inception is almostt As strangcas the work itself says the SL Louis qlobcDemocmtI Creggonqmanron Samuel averred the novelist lie receives you with Samuels smile ou his face but every now and then you catch a glimpse of the Grcggan peeping out like a white ferret Cretans the real man Sam uels only superficial This was what gave Stevenson the first idea for the dual personality of adekyllto write SkOne night however Mrs Stovenson oawakenedhusband and thinking that he had a 0nlghtmarengryJWhy did you wake meT he cskcd I was dreaming a flue bogy tale lIe got up nt once and began writing in a sort of fever Ills biographer Mr Osbourne pays that it In doubtfuSwhether th firSt draft took long as three days Treasure Island by the same nu equaJJyiOne day Robert LouIstStevenson was playing with abox of water colors belonging to his stepson and idly drew and colored a map of au imaginary Island To quote his own words lIt was elaborately und I thought beautifully colored the shape of it took my fancy beyond expression It contained harbors that pleased me like sonnets uud with the unconsciousness of the predestined I ticketed it TreasI ure Island The next thing I knew I haul some paper before Inc and iwia writing out a list of chaptersfThe upshot was that for the next fifteen days Stevenson wrote like one possessed turning out a chapter a day fThenbefore the Inspiration came again but when it tIM Treasure Island tloweit from him like small talk and raiStserially In a childrens paper To go back a good many years storks attach td almost every one otJ raCharlesmSoonahad3DlckensSoof George Cpuikshank dud there was shown some drawhigs of thq career of a London thief Among these was n sketch of Pagiua den and n picture of Bill Sikes Dickens was at the time engaged upon the Idea of a story and the result of this chance Visit was Oliver Twist as it was soon afterward puh flslledsAs for Nicholas NIcklcbyi there dogs not seem much dopbt that tthcgreat novelist conceived the Idea of Dotheboys Hall from the advertise mont of Mr Simpsons academy Wooden Croft loJge Yorkshire Which he saw In au old copy oMhe Times TIle famous Captain Kettle the most popular creation ofs Cutcliffe Ilyne was originally n character In ii corn In paratively little known story by the tall y JMrJJn New things in Plain rind Lace Stripe lorivomeLadiea and GentsUn4erwear- BusterBrown Underwear for boys Ondjt 1ftf r I bestPorchi Shades that cOJ1pare yJ hjch p BambQt iinbotherIr JI IfI JothingIBlue Serve Coats and Pant Stlltsy SingleI or Double Breasted Novelty Crash Coit and Partts Suits Scotch Cheviot Qoat and Pants fuits These gQods ard andlMarx rneare guaranteed in every respect We most 1f workhouse crrncisungthethe editor said All the same the little sea captain isiyour best character arid you ought to be able to do something with him Why qrfFerg4 Hume has told the story ofI otlaHarispm Cab He was in Melbourne at the tlfiie and iIn financial straits for had entirely failedto dispose of a tb which he hadiglven much tineLnlhCHe thought he mIght do better with book but the question was What sort of book After some considera ton he went to the leading Melbourne librarian and asked this question What books do you Und sell best DetecUvc stories was the prompt reply especially th se of Gaborlau Mr Hufce had not tjien read any Ga borlau but he wasted no time in repairing ihc omission 4nd bought a com plete edition of his Tforks The result was the story which made his reputation and the seventy novels which succeeded it Fergus Hume It may be mentipned is credited with having turned put a 50000 word book in a week Critical Lonrlc Sherlock Holmes hjid turn Eliminate thej Impossible and robablemUJtI19 accordance with tbet saving of Victor HugoXothing is J Imminent as the Impossible What jmust be always foreseen la the unforeseen Most of us will agree from experience wth Hugo rather tuna wjith Holmes The Impossiblei does happen When Mercy Fhilbricks Choice Was published in wereIl who knew her love fpr flowers and ac quaintance with nafufe also pointed out sho could hot lie the author for there were several glaring mistakes In the naming and placing of blossoms In the story YetI a3 atJ afterward dis closeL she did WrIte it So all the theorizing went for nothing TIIC Cieajt tltr It never misses lit can ncYcr miss zy one It lo fes n body It needs nobody it tolerates nil the types of mdn ind It has palaces for the great r t the earth It has crannies for all tire earths yerniln Palace and cranny vacated for a moment find new tenI ants as equally as time hole cue n akcs iin a strcamfoIa n critic London is wonderfully oRen mjnded On sucecsls ire days it welcomes its king going to be crowned its1 general who has given Itt province its enemies who have fought against It tor years its potentate guest from Teheranit will welcome each with Identically rapturous cheers This h not so much be c causecause asinced alencessoon because It knfijwa so well that in t thement bulks voiyj smalL Hudpfers i Soul of Loudir The tDidold veteran that tthc scrgeants and corporals of the army now wear their tIhevronsc been In late years Hint theyve done sowThe marines alwayg did but the army wpr4earsonly lately that tbo chevron has beenII understood Thc chevron Inherited rom the feudal diiyg and meant d roofsA man who had r4nk enough to be n noncommissioned officer was required o be a reeholdcy ia man who owned liq roor over his Jjcad The qhevron represcufed a gabled root The prl laatest nk torT dIfferent icrall sot uoncthn- isahoned offlrers waff measured by- dditional roof t scrant r in foineenetJthnted have sonic origin of historical IntcrctwSan Francisco Chronicle Ilinpra ron ShlnhaliHn niWhttviInIn wicked old Mont Fclce whichI belches out death fo thousand as theTmoves her arid away up in Alasmlea there U another on Unimal IslnnhIalled ShishaldJn giving with might Ing null main to melt spine of the Ice of StwElias and warm thd gold hunters Pf tho Klondike and NoriitJ Sbishaldiq is theI most remarkable volcano in the world In addition to a continuous emission otfldense white smokcj or stcniu circular rings apparently hundred feet lameter and Of wOlulerfulsrm metry and whitcu 3S emerge la puttsco cotItthoththeJuaiok1n Ribbons Glove Paraeiltl FaDg Neckwear Suspender r i Porch Cushions mtmbents cents A great variety Jffpm winch tb select ij J JI t H Shoes and Oxfords W L Douglass j Co and Williams I N diltil wearIKripperdortDitman qpfine Shoes and Oxford for we men t r cordially visit iqmr7 Yorkshfreman FanelliI several = = 4 II nw Thi first National Bank iI SPRINGFIElJp KY Gapifftl 30000Srpl JswidU4iyJdd PrfUs2rOOO lI OFFICERS titsey Presidenj robn W LewisVicepxeside I1McE roy Cashier L B Cain AssIStant Cashier REPoster BpdktKeeper t DIRECTORS B ii Wtney J W Lei Sidney Green F M au S belR H Edelen H at drundyJohn opol St JnessrespeJ y J I tt BE EIic w BffLEO HAYOON TOHN sARC- ySprin= field Crriage C04jq h4 EVERY JOB G lRNTEeT Hf- t I H- If pur work pIeasb you tellyour frlen slfllott IusYour satisfaction ipeans our Success Iv4 j Air Kind1Anyliol rfJiI PRICES FROM 6ruip i W B1AMBERL Maur ia m mm TREAC gijy BAY The Xarldeat F cjm 1V1tJek It Cat Xtr Uisavi ry Title Treachery bay m lime cOast of Aus tralia received It name from the fbll llowing Incident related by CaptainS Stokes In his Th Voyage of gle 1 had jUf t turned my head round to look ifter my fp16wcrs when I was sudd nly staggered by a violent and pterc ng blow about the lleft shoulder and ere the dl1rthad to quiver n Its destined mark long lQadyell t nch as only tire sav ge can produce told me by wham I had been speared One glance sufflced o show me the cliffs so lately the abode of silence t nd solitude swarm lug with the dusl y forms of the na tives now indufgi in all the exuber ant action with i blch the Ajisfprtian testifies his deligit One tall busby headed follow led the group andY was evidently my successful assailant i rew out the spear which hoU qntcred ihe cavity of the ichcsttvaml retreated ith all the swiftness I could com and in the hOPi f reSchlng tuosc who were cornlDIfup from the boat ndl were then about halfways Onward r hurried carrying the which I h ul drawn from the wound and determined It overtaken as I expected to sell my life dearly Each step lesssteady than the former one reminded me that I was fast los g bood but I hurried on still retain myoUlycry soon tolll me that my pursuers had a und their way to the bench while at l very respiration the air escaping rough the oriflcc bllt the wound warn me that the strength by which I as still enabled to struggle through the deep pools In my path must fall p me soon I had milan twice each dis I ter being announced bra wont of ndictive triuniph from tlioi bloody s hounds behind To add to my dlstlcSsJt now saw with utter dismay tk t 3Ir and the man with the Instru ents unconscious pf the fact that I d been siieared and therefore beliIirithat I could make good my ere moving off toward the boat 0 l4At that momfcit the atteaUen of tire treating party was iroMi by e Lost approachlni hastily from te siilp Ai tl thsttlves having moat provkjwiitlalty aPiAi prised tliose on board of pay dst tThey turned and percdlT that Iaexhausted 1atttb last energy I po Mfla d ik joluP em Supported qn each side IlIad st strength to direct them to turn to 1r4 our tlJJVJCl lllaqIfWI =a a Iiiyntrrrymgvfaving their clubs and were nov dnlj about thirty yards ort Ou tininMomentarily checked their ad4nou TllUe their cxrw Increased T Q party headed byLiQtlt ant P m VAtOSrapld1tyt1t dTkeres tM rset etlst re Thoreau vfas not the first Am ritaul to live out dfsdoors but feW itu JiOttj kind of writing Ul egotism Iv s assumption toC looiyidnal ownersti Iin n turerJtnTe rjio found = 4tho- a kf to create a emit but hIs splri Jba diffused itself thrpnaji AmerJcan lit- an he must ie copated among thr ra Bkadeat laf WMetii lu that flf s ii opte a frwM vt experience w fc Otleo the reat refuges fj tyranny el TMTJC and we fjhlcb SW reMiigl streams vitality and idy His defee h1aSIe4eif to be trrt ia his parabj ago Iost alfc0 JS Ca bay hors tJa dove and am still otr J cIbiicernrng tacka nail what calls th U lAate met sac or tw b aril the Jtotrnd and the tn Ii irse and et a seen the dov bihiaa a cloed and they a d to rccoTcr them as If feist them lbetnseiyesflam- ableM Im Q totk P1reiTlie nalIlaying roB a tjecmuts of ships awl k fira rarJooely a the of JSL HefcS 5 EtfMt St Peter j N IcboJas sfegire the bmt was named afterSof Troy ai Its appearance wai ffkrdel Mta4 ooieii Two high ee lraow the aacfcsat Rotnaas as weIjimedc Sfk Je F rbea record ctmoritig Mfcce than thirty Itgntt dMeing rniiiu bemasti aM rMBNmr of lin siiTf e iq Kffetajbvt appvued tor tilld pesrsd by amceadtg llat ospsro Y07ge was rlnred but U that bemn naaat and deaccflded town in 11e eaajtd tempest and dniKvr of OeidA 14 5 7pn iwL OOerdhe- r joorcferTfoll7r BARR f1 2xier- c I k- 4AwtrJ6snte Sc jrsgIk Etc t rI w MT VMC TMHMT WHS u Mr iIMuwbot tXftHse4 14 i WI indls n ot ee ti- 1I ll N tte BcetrtlMt 4ay The high 4 md fttt r e the dlsap I ji4Mt i aeireh kwl HeR call r 4 os to tfcrMck the tinmerit et hte rebellions subjects t SM tta aUtciMMt seemed to the tray Msr Pfrtf vlMt was to have been ex JWCT80 i1DtM tIM day Armstrong was pri- vTtttli U ecttrittg e brief Interview with YraIss TlMJaOOJorJl kai pine i tWO rwwM at bfc disposal and to1 Jfraillj fnnrfri d prior the young UNA ted called vpe i her The lin fWTMMwt iw bad aflnued the evening j fon waa dreely borne out by her 5 appaamne MMteWA wan and dls fitted aoVfcMKfc tbat when Arm stisg fta1Cfd the disappearance of- Cfcptai4 ihy tM tidings did not tI Mtse to dtprifr her than was al i t HJ 7 t wprerf tbe MWJI dung to her I i a ji for u he wait telling her that fctag eoitid not see him thatday Mddeaiy Mia iki a tone which 4 sL u ot bei listening that W S cut JtbYW slOt tn Oord Ji wn o realKjB why she should 7S would fa pa at ohce to Ban I 1 1 aad taoro await the coming of Araotroof But the young man would not bear of aoca a course It was Im ht sid tbat as unprotected the disturbed state of 1hecoitnl wId travel alone b i 4fiM and Bwfljery It was not likely klogiJesdeslti bi tbey tamed orth again jXae girl was too deeply dejected even to argue the qveotion when lie atniofrMMly eppoeed her desire It ooaoaed tat a cjWtrary fate was tight 01 eoiac Ae1 foil around per and all listruiaisJt it was fruitless There 1 JjWfft aaihia tears In her eyes as she v seed tlmWly up at him and she had t lbs bauated look of one who was trap i peC Vfeo iiiteeeea meeting with D Coowy t aJtbough Cromwells words boold baTe prepared her for it had 41pI4dy wiBerved her that night Jt asie f ea oC hfe confronting her when Ih J ok doM her eyes The past had i p before her in ItsI most abhor nnt jnie Sfct remembered striking HIM Mrcbjr with the jagged Iron sbe t tappeptil to be4dMn her hand and Jpiiittot any ty was Justified that cn i i j r toesca p hIs clutchesbut t would carrY so fearful a dIs Igsdest to KMfraye chilled her with Mliar ot bto9Tettfeam for If ever miu iicy ahDpe rom a xaans eyes it glared glancetI i lIaonB4teIgtlt the terrifying vkfcm drove sep trem her couch and abe pooQjertd OB some possible method- 4f ieap IMIt without result How gladly ibs WO KI have confided her yojrti to ArMotroac did she stand In bthfcwt wiattee to hi m but she could i Sbrt g btrtwif to ask help from a MM wbow she bad just rejected and 7w boa abe would shortlyrob When 1 jArowtrour leeatloned me absence of Mvlbr e had utterl forgottcii that F the o teIbkrTcasoi for this Oxford I Jounirr was 6 jiee iiiia sad for a mo it appeared tbat iere l4 y a loop k H escap but Anhstri rigs out oppoeittou to her plan left her Vadeqwatc excuse for ersIstlng tIstactory coming to 5 said by either The Ir by a small ttablef and I he other side Most of head rested on her Laud jhe was near to tears He aself again for his Ill tUned the day before btft saw no whteh he could annul its uces give by saying nothing J iffflday of his stay in Oi the suave De Courcy was Com I to bewail the continued Indispo of the king There were various atant matters awaiting his majes attention he said but nothing be done until his recovery Mean tOipoM time that must be hang vily on the vlsltorfs hands the tul Frenchman suggested that sr Should Indulge in a stroll I fortifications As soon as Slfht DeCourcy hastened passed up the stair and p thor of the room occu ceg WntworthOn re permission to enter he went dosed the door behind hIm The wild had expected a different call stoodsilentkI 9 Ioag looked orwkrd to with pleas rJ tatf I I have no share In ir i yffnr fMtjr IIrhsps you prefer that14 we should F ai oaemles that we should not meet at JJJnftit nd Kaewiag tiM you may be t eixag b to Mke your visit as I 141 as JIbk i1 it todtWordg to expregsimy leaValfig i amfso unwelcome mi JMUO JwwrtMrt when last weicet I did S1Wjour visit as long ag I THpId so wlSr aboHld you wish to shiprt jriijMfcer = wasIuscesarl1y hhm in Utttdon to a circumstance that had ao dfaltopcod Iiiw Aa she made so re 17 a fiat on wtth airy jaeocbakBcer ie we If Itjo time that cxperlfAce is a loter Iex t1MIf v act ft fatting the fey ta PjrN oeit JIMI Jpuctt j kwm JlSt that X Ifar aay iatwniptioa for ibe Hmo Mat and exc 0aat ieot te at this IKK t ndt OUbMteeft4g aM wlH not retara thai ttM bear or t Ik M or- r Mipol tiM t f IB his pocket MM M Si Taoeed towwi Iwr lt wtoMUC te 1Jt tiM other roa fci a otj oaglit b ut to br44reSt S rmiatM taat a Jewe4 r bftMad Iwarn yla air llt if yo ap proarti withIn strIke MBtece I will pierce you to the J earit The FreocbjDtto ipoiled ap4 irT l t Rae waite banns nm a gesture ol teimitahle grace t saidttable between us will youfeel safer You will be safer so long as it remains between us I assure you my own safety weighs but lightly with me I Implore you ta be seated for I cannot converse at standingIcourtesy will then cause you to make our conference brief 4It distresses me to say that you are prolonging the conference by standing We have grave particulars of state policy to discuss and I cannot begin while you are so cruel as to put me In the light Oh rery well cried Frances Im patiently inking herown chair where upon he elegantly gracious seated Uilmself opposite her with the table between theni fie waited fer a few moments but she making no remark he continued Grief for the loss of you filled my heart You think I come here as an enemybut I come as a suppliant In the folly of that time at Whitehall I refused you marriage end I do ttot wonder you were wroth at me I wish toatoneifor what you Justly considered an insult and am willing to marry you in the face of the world- I thank yout shall ask no questions anent this awkward Scot who has been your courier for I am sure you can have thought nothing of him I thank youw 11knovIre of France Is not to be expected in this northern clime but if you say yes to my pleading lam satisfied If I wished for fire I would go down and not abroad for It I had sooner wed the fiend from time pit than you Dc Conrcy laughed lightly That were a sulphurous mating In deed Still you see how I adore you when I restate my detormlnat lon to occupy the devils place at your side before the altar You but whet my ex pectation for I should dearly love to tame you as your Shakespeare tamod his shrew That you shall never do while a hands breadth of steel will rid me of you or myself of the world Escape is too easy jsot from an Oxford dungeon my dear This mediaeval town furnishes us with dark pits Ip which there is no tire and consequently they have a cool Ing effect on the hottest temperament These are pits of which I am the fiend My dear you underrate my power or overrate my patience There are English gentlemen In Ox ford On what plea could you Induce them to think that an English lady should be placed in a dungeon Yes there are English geijtlemon here and some French gentlemen as well They are unanimous in their detestation of a spy male or female Your man we shall hang out of hand and there will be little difficulty about the pleasing tagk I shall myself plead that your life be spared and they will agree Everything will be done with that beautiful legality which the Eng lish so much ndmlre but even from this moment you are entirely in my power and a sensible woman should not need so much argument to Convince her that the situation is hopeless Armstrong Is no spy He may have difficulty in proving he Is not I ana glad to note that you ad mit by inference that you are a spy I can prove he is not a spy Your evidence would be tainted You are an accomplice Besides you could not clear hUll without condemning yourself Such will I gladly do I glory In that I would sacrifice myself with Joy to save William Armstrong the awk ward Scot as you called him Besides 1mtqlDstbreak you like a reed Indeed my dear you do yourself In justice in threatening me You shall have no opportunity of speaking your one word for when next we meet if we part now without coming to awl cable arrangement you will be on your knees to me pleading for his life That will I not I shall go to the king Frances you dishearten me and east grave doubts on the possession of that sound sense with which T credited you Was your first appeal to the king for a mans life so Successful that you build hopes on a second 1 If Charles had kept his word wlth me then he would not now be cnchgcd 4n Oxford He abandoned my father and clung to such as you and not a foot of English ground remains to him but what he stands on What would have happened had Stratford ifved neither you nor I can tell and p11 discussion thereon Is aside from out present purpose Will you make terms with me9 t 4a win not Xou prefei the tlungeon You dare not imprison me Why u Your master wilt not allow you My dear let me put a quIetus for IIIsbeg you to believe that I speak the ex act truth DO you know what the king thinks of you He docs not think of me at all lIe has forgotten me Pardon me There you are mfstak cit He thinks you came to Whitehall the day of jour fathers death to as sassinate him He believes that 1 Im periled my life to save his The scArs ot your claws however repulsive they mty be to others are to him a constant reminder of his supposed debt to me Judge you then my dear what your positfon in Oxford would be did king but dream liedyou crept surrep titiously lute his stronghold Need MYI morpV No But jbttsbould have paid bet ter hcejl to what I said I What did you fxyr SftJ said yoBr master wouldnot permit yeito injure mei Jlh1t I hve shown you tJtt the fkb r j Mm Mi Bpeaking of the king I Either th crest on his lace became redder or the snildw oUIor of Ws dtuc features nimle It apj car so Slowly he withdrew his elbows ruin the table and leaned hock In his chair moisten ing 1ils lips gazing on the plrl with the intensity of a newborn fear She sat motionless returning his looltwlthout flinching For some moments the TO- wns m as silent as If It were deserted At last he spoke huskily What do you expect to galhby mak ing so absurd n statement Thcrglrl rose with a gesture of Impa tience walked to the wlndqw and back then to the window again and unfastened a latch that let free a latticed sash as It the room stifled her and she wanted air Then she exclaimed Oh let us have a truce to this fool- Ing I am tired of It You say I shall beg on my knees to you but you have mistaken your own attitude for mine Why do I make such n statement Because Cromwejl told me in Northamp ton that 11 met difficulty in Oxford you his spy would assist me Heavens Aye heavens You did not think such a man would blab out secrets of death to n woman but there is this to say on his behalf that he Wits merely recOufmending one spy to another He thought mutual safety would be their bond of union and he was right Then you knew you would meet me in Oxord Why did you seem so dis trauglit when the event liappen jd That was acting I suppose to the easletf into the arms of the Scott mad no need to act to bring that about I hoped to avoid you and would have done so but for the chance en counter And now you see sir that my peril is as nothing to yours I have but to strike open this leaded pane and cry to the officers passing In the street I am the daughter of Lord Strafford Help me for here I am caged with a French spy a creature who has sold king and comrades for Cromwells gold ft Do not speak so loud wbman There Is no need for frenzy I didI but Jest when I sjioke of moleallng ou am in no Jesting mo M lon do not teM to tell me that I quite vJHlhjj to further your be hests If you but trust me and toll me what you want Can you oxfloct me to trnat you afjkeil the girl coming back to the tn bin- stihipose I hate not earned your trust Oh but you have 1 trust you Im pllcltly because you staiyl under the shadow of the scaffold and at a word troUT me the bolt u0iutr riI T UISE WILLIAM postpone ail tnougnt Or revenge until your neck Is out of thenoose of that I am very well convinced I refuse to make terms with you but I themy commands which you must rlgklly follow unless you court calamity will take Armstrong tq the king arid cease to block his way You will see that we arc tree to leave Oxford and are unmolested while we are within these walls One false move anti you bring your doom upon you1 I implore you to be cfllin madam I swear I will carry out your orders to the letter Do not I beg of you take panic at any chance word by an othmerSUnlock the door and loavenie See that you do not come again CHArTER XXIII X time morning of the fourth tiny O j Armstrong was delighted to learn from Do Courcy that the Sking mad recovered would see him at noon The foreigner on gaged the envoy In a long conversation the object of which was to discover whctlinr or not tile girl had said army thing to him of the excited conference of the day before Time unsuspecting Scot entirely off his guard thlnkfog he spoke with a friend was road by the other likOaim open book and jDc Courcj was speedIly convinced that Frances Wen worth had kept her own counsel Thjj gave tIp spy renewed confidence and as they walked downtime Street together Dc C ourt held his head higher than litd been tIme case when he last turned big back upon the Crown Inn His buoyant nature was quick to recover from depression anti his miillcc fad anew from his late rebuff set his alert mind at work to contrive some plan whereby he might salve his wounded pride anti avenge himself on thi 9 girl and lila favored rival even at somei llght risk to himself Although time danger of exposure seemed Imminent enough when he was with her he know that nsshe new calmer and reflected upon the situa fOil she would b2 mow anti more re luctant to wreck every thlrfg In order to bring punishment upon hhux lIe WOlhl got them out of Oxford that day If possible but hp would instill a poison In time young Ipvcrs mind that would take nil swcetnesw from the journey Dc Courcj hadvoffered to show Arui strong the way to the Rings roonis so- ttthat there should be no delay Avhcu tife Scot set out for his at 12 oclock and they haLl riots en tered time quadrangle of Chrlstchurch which was deserted save toni guards at the gate Armstrong thanked him for his guidance and was turning away w1ea the thetbo seenmd about to r r rm iL spinu HJuecJ n tn solJI is on duly thru lhinlug the iwt ill chosen for what l e had to say iiiritctl the Scot to his room They went up a stair together and entered De Gourcys apartment the host setting put vlne and asking his guest to seathlnself has time lady Tphq accompanied you quite recovered from her fatigue aSk ed De Courcy indifferently Well as I told you I met her yes terdny for a few moments ohly and I am sorry she was not jn the highest splrlts but she will be the bettor for seeing time green llelds again Like my self she is of the country and does not thrive within the walls of a town Yes I noticed that when she was iu London In London Did you know hor in London Oh hasnt sue toUtyoii of out re lationship Perhrtps should not have mcntipneil It Wljnt do you moan by your rein tloiiBhlp Yommpe ne1sbels pure English1 Courcy threw brclc his head and IDe d luihecdliig aujl Indeed xm time angry color mounting in a face that had grown suddenly stern My dear comrade there are other relationships between a young man and n liandsoiuc woman than the ties of kinship But those days are long past and I should never have recalled them Hhd It not been that you two have ben traveling about time country together I make uo doubt with an Innocence yoreI erredSFirst answer me a question Are you betrothbd to Frances Wehtworth- Xo I told you I acted the brothers PtU toward her In this Journey Oh we all say that But am not In the least curious If you intended I to unarms her then were my mouth Sealed Very well since you will have it and I take your word as a gentle man pledged that you will say nothing to the girl of this until you arc clear of Cisfoni Know that I was once her be trothed She was to have been my wife and would have b wn my wife to day hud her father not fallen Your wife Yes Her father gave jme permis sion to pay my court to her Site could not Imve been ntiich more that sixteen then and I wits hqr llrst lover a Per mange tliat a ttrl never forgets Her fathers rtlin changed may plniin I f refused to marry her announced this T Silt ARMSTRONG L You appointment renisai to nor in rae Bociusron br my own room In Whitehall and- Slr you H- eArmstroiigHswordsepiyed to spring of Its own will from thai scabbard and his hand drew it asylsh through time air with the hiss of a deadly scri ut Time Frenchman shrugged his shoul ders but did not move The three words of his opponent had been spoken very quietly despite his Impulsive qc tWn Do ourcydi4i1ot ralso Ills voice aw he asked v Which of my statements do you question t SNo mat tor or thAt We flght on this plnMHo in Scotland No man evur called mo liar and Ilvwl- Tls t coarse phrase 1 admit anti dhl I tot represent lUX king were I aft free as you spu should Inure haul my response in steel ere this But I cmmot wreck the king In a prhyte quarreli of my own Whether you billed me or I ou twould be equally disastrous to lhis majestySI care nothing forthe king Draw you poltr joncr I shull kill you whJre 3ouBlt SMy dear Armstrong I refuse to be murdered under a liiteuiiprchenslon oil your part I hue mid npthlug against the girl Tisall your own hot blood Annul Indeed your brawlhig Ik the girls greatest danscri she might well tram tile If she know your present occupa Boa IIf you run your nimble sword- throughme you give tile girl to tire fate that bqCrll her fattier At the n rat worth of danger to Fran ces the point of A uutvommgs blade wiiik to tile l01 and 16 stpod lu ltut mug A jleaui of triumph glintttl and tiled In the eye of time 1rciicliniaii He lslCwhc was the victor although tho chaiife he lid run ttt qno stage of the garnie almost mafia Iris heart stop beat liiiA How can iny action of mine Jeopar dize Lady Fniuces Woutworth lit the king knew this girl was with- In JiJs jurl dcli6n she would be in stnntly arrested tried anti condchincd She entered Whitehall the day her- father wits executed for the sole purpose flt niur lorlng Charles I prevent ed the carrying out of that purpose anti these scars on my ta core time results ot my interference with a mad deu3d woman Again you lie yetit sue had killed you both she wothd have hcconiplished but Justice JAs to the truth or falsity of my statements regarding which you make comments of unseemly terseness you ask time king when you see him or you may ask the lady herself when you get her out of Oxford If you sma a r tpizrmiTu a turnlon were you tire like to Hutnbk her pretty head In the basket Vhcn tills war Is done with I will go far to teach you time correct method of addressing gentleman Armstrongs sword dropped Into scabbard again and he drew a breath that was a sigh The poison was al ready at workS He remembered the distress of the girl on the road and her wail I am not worthy tht love of any honest man isholl anyOtherword against the world when she condescends to tell me Meanwhile I shall get her out of this thieves den as soon as may be anti when I met you De Courcy had risen and now bowed slightly to Ills perturbed guest Sir you shall meet me at 12 and It will be my privilege to conductyou to lila majesty Good morning He stood by the window overlooking tIme quadrangle and watched his late visitor cross It staggerIng once as If he had partaken freely of the wine which remained untasted on the tn tile As the Scot disappeared under the archway De Courcy Inugllcdt My dine strutting cockerel he mutt reu Ill lay you by the heels before two days are past Cromwells at Broughton curse his tattling tongue How many more has he told of me Never mind Hes the coming man The kings game Is up and I shake the dust of Oxford from myleet to night St Denis If she had only known Every man In Oxford distrusts me except the king When Armstrong was brought before Charles lIe found no difficulty in con vincing the king that he was a well accredited envoy and his majesty In quired eagerly about the disposition of the Scottish people toward him the number likely to take the field in his behalf who their probable leaders were and how sooh they would be ready for the fniy All these ques lions Armstrong answered as hopefully as he could iIn deep commiseration for a defeated man The king commanded one of his secretaries to write out the required commission and while this was being done Armstrong related to him the purport of thp papers which he haul not dared to bring with him The names of the nobles were insert ed in time document from the dictation of the Scot then the kings seal was affixed and Charles signed the parch meat He seemed in feverish haste to s1the business done with as It every moment lost was irreparable When the ink was dried anti the parchment folded Armstrong placed it in safe keeping within his vest While thus engaged the king said a word to the secretary who handed him a light rapier then whispered to the messenger the single word kneel The Scot flushed to think he had been wanting In the etiquette of thud court his kind heart yearning to proffer any deference which should be rendered to a monarch more especially that he was no longer In a position to enforce homage He dropped on one knee and bowed Ills head Charles rising touched the rapier blade lightly upon the shoulder of the kneeling man saying- Rise Sir William Armstrong and be assured that If you bring this poor signature of mine to Scotland there Is no title In my gift you may not de mand of me w Armstrong rose awkward as a schoolboy not knowing where to look or what to say until he caught the cynical smile of De Courcy standing at the right hand of rue king I congratulate you Sir William said the Frenchman The sight of the smile aroused the new hatred against the man which was smnolderiin his- heart and he made no reply to the greeting but said to the king- Sire the only thanks I can tender you is haste to the north and may God make my arm as strong to defend this signature as my heart is true to your majesty i 1VUh that he turned his back upon royalty a grievous breach In the eyes of courtiers nndfiedSGod grant It said the king with d sigh as he flank once moreiln the seat from whence he lied rlseii There is no doubt of it said De Courcy sottlyIDoubt of what asked the king Time oath he took will sit lightly on his conscience lIe prayed that his arms Strength might equal his hearts fealty Ldlstrust those who talk glibly Qflher hearts mind his was a most ambiguous prayer Surely If over honesty beamed from a mans face It was from Armstrongs Tine Scots urn trustworthy men Some of them yourmajesty Uneasy suspicion camtxlhto the sunk en eyes of the king asQie iurucd them jWhatCourcy I have boon studying time man these three days past I accepted without question hLs assurances and threw him oft his guardi Cromwell loves an bqn est looking envoy rnd from What Arhi strbng said I am sure he SOW Crow- well no further away than Northamp ton lie was very ready with his ac count of hW own country people but he told us nothing about the marvelous luck that brought him safely through a hostile land which we know to out cost Is admirably patrolled If you knew this man to be a traitor or an jjinlssary of that rebel wily did you bring hiui Into our pres once I could not be sure of him your majesty and there was always a tihituce that he was loyal and might get through To raise my hopes like this and then dash thdnv io the ground Xot so your luajcsty if you wlh pardon nu Do you vimce on this commission hnIOrhU1lCI The utmost Importance Traquair mind he will raise nIl Scotland fv me if thls ominlSslon reach Kirn Then we will mink slccar usa fa ntbiiH Slot onc said Ah De Courcy that was sold when a treacherous murder wns Intended How will you make sUr that Armstrong is honest SI should trouble no more about Armstrong but if you will issue a duplicate 6f that commission I will guarantee that It reaches the hand of Traquair I am a Frenchman nnd a subject of the French king I carry my passport to that effect Even If lU1O toniud- i Hump lBacklSCOTTS wont nuke a hump back straight fiwltfwr will it make a anseiigthe short leg lonj Wit to soft fconc 1 rickets andhoneconsuis1a sampkSCOTT 415 Purl Strut NewYok II a11l ta J T77 4JII11 CAtIFORNI T IIJr I t VI t jni Ii 1 5Do you want to live where the climate is mild the yet round t tff f where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality iis never lost by mere conflict with cold ill i t i Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more fJ1j Ivaried than iin any other equal area in the world where the divisioni rrt of great ranches affords a fine pportUntty to get a small arm that i t ilwill assure you a competence ST 1 t 1J Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can 1 grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons i jlf olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and gram where crops are tire i L busineSs is good and capital easily finds rf1table n es 2 Then gp to California where both helth and opportunity await t tjyour coming I j i Jl zll t t The Chicago Union Pacific 8nditr t Nol1l1WesternLInej j tj iis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and ther are two tfast through trains daily via this line over the famous double1 Lr t track railway Between Chicago and the Missouri Rirer i j t p Special11ow roundtrip rates are in effect via thisJine j f throughout he summer to various Pacific Coast points and colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep t tember and October whichi give an unusual chance fcr settlers Stomake the trip at minimum of expense j Daily and personally con4ucted excursions are operate through to San y tf Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without changes on which a double jrj berth in a PuUman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 ria the IIIj Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and + Southern Pacific Railways Wi rl i tt 0 H Ik- l9J1 SwB KNISKERN r 4 SS PTJLCNWRyChicagoIIL t i icp Plea e maU free to my address California bookkt3 aa14 1 JFILL IN THIS COUPON puttailan concerning rate Sfld train serviw j t J JAND MAIL IkTODAYS t t1Ht J t INW- 484 fv SS tvl I orrni OR tll6 gfOUnQ Of my nationality and Cromwell Is too greatly in awe of the powerf of France to risk Its might being tbrouynin the scale against him Indeed II doubt if I could offer Aigreater service to your majesty than to be captured and ap peal to Louis The kings face cleared You would not stop Armstrong thenSAssuredly not If his copy gets Into Cromwells hands he may slacken lila alertness and not be on the outlook for duplicate As I said before there Is a chance the Scot plays fair but two commissions In the hands ot Traquair will do no harm Anti we mak slccar You are In the right an4 your adT vIes Is always of the best Btowsoou wlll you be ready to leave V This very moment your majesty There Is no time to be Jostr Trjie True True Thjen to thet secretary Write another Do you remember the names i Yes your majesty I have them here on a slIpSDc Courcy bade farewell to the king who urged him to return as soon us horse could bring him antI went to his room to prepare Jot hJ4 Journey time duplicate commission following Ijlm there Armstrong strode to the Ink sped up the stair and knocked at the djoor by the landing Frances idcrse 1t ppene It time det rmlna1nuhel oceto refuse admission Ho any other than he melting into a vclcomeaB she greeted him t Ofy girl are you reads for the north tt Yes yes readftand eager lave you seen the kingSI have and his royal signature rests over my heart Time Joy lied from the glrfs face she turned and walked with Cncertaln steps to the fable A hope hat l arisen that the venornpuii De Courcj would have prejudiced the king against tfic young man mind that time hotel ul task of robbery would not be required But now this last refuge had failed Sie strove not to WoepSIf you would rather not go until to morrow said Armstrong I c4n walt but lassie Im desperate an lows to leave Oxford aVsoon as possible We will not traveFlartlier than lanbury tonightlI am readyshe replied with forced firmness CHAPTER XXIV road between Oxfcnl and TUE Is the most Peaceful thoroughfares laid T 1th rem sonable directness tly un dulntlngln parts passing throulhquiet villages rind a sweet country mildly rnuce31Wentwortbremained ts It werc a sectloi of the broad path to perdition In a tor life she never thought of it but WIth a sensdtloiiof horror j 1Despondcncy per well asa8l of his fair companion She spnnlsed that he Was pondering on thcj events which hail happened when their faces ttI were set south over this course and In part she was right but tlletthoughts which rankled In Lila mind weie those Implanted by De COUrt and the wily Frenchman had been accurate enough In lila belief that the youunfr mans pleasure In Ute northward Journey would be spoiled He couldmm4tt bringI himselt to ask hny explanation from the girl nor even tell her what De Courcy had said for he saw that al ready a weight of Woe oppressed her pnd to that burden he would pot nddJ n pressure of time slightest word lie possessed a supreme copndence In her and only feared that she had loved this runagate once 4nd that some renmqnt of this long ago affection still rcmhlned Her own words before they reached Oxford her own action dur t Cl0V111Inn l OUglltlJ11butI s tent m roused hlmtelf nd cried with fehdl iIFrtBcei mitta The Influence of saddened Oxf f1 still Woo bot 7 1ireiJ0iu out t j- Clubbing list forJ1905 i lfi11- i v t i f v We offer below an attracUve clubbirjglist which incluaejj nearly all the city papers and leading magazines8 All ImeWmCa H subscribers and all who pay up and renew illbe given tho NEwS y t tEADEifcandany the papers below for one lear vf J tilLouisville Post daily 3 50 y41 1tConrier Journal daily 1 V 4Q r Times daily V b 5C d i tit XcuisvilleBferaJddailyVy I1V 2rO 5 7 Cour er Journal weeklyuurI viVJ1 150 4rj I Louisville Her aId weekly 13 tHomeland F afmIIolirl 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SecojMl earl Walawt t1LlvHrt Ky fi1 BOCDKKEE F3 NJQ Se veu experienced teaclwr each one I HQFTHANDS one a specialist Id his line Write foc TVFPEWFlriNC3i beautiful looktlvrngt testimoalal s ffom TE EQ FRA hi YJ ff raduatesi occupying pmomIneaipenmitroul t ifth4 I EPLWRRHTPREIDN4i cmm3 DUrrhotv DyMNkwy t4 Hw l TfMUtt ii Ghhsi gjaUDowd thr Hsitat so I gr but aav tip bath aad- ywr child as tkiisasd hav don by gIvksg ffipaarTfCTHINA If m lly flv+m and mtiddy eotf tnMtv MNf twwv c +m tti99irctsftk + itmm9r htitf+a f tttlmg dMfc si 5tt untJ111O let us the done a 1th all remembrance of it The meet h g with the king this morning haS s lired me up to a great pity tor him bit vexed meditations 00 hfa ease are n help either to him or t0us Cbe sjiur la the only weapon I ctyi wield f r him now so let us gallop andCry od save the Ling With that they raced together for a tl ne fluid were the better of jit He luid become almost cheerful again w ien the spires of Banburj wine into view and thanked fortune tjiat time tliIrst stage of their march tIf safely over SSphey found old John and bis pack h6rse both ready for the T0a4 agala nod Armstrong wa plainly 10uth toe such a fume evening Jsllp by irltbo t further progress but Lrapcej se4s- 4 wasand worn that lie ll juot tehart tOmjoeeamore distail 4flp pfag place and with a sigh k vpt up- kfa hote for the cfclit jH t ItfTob contimwd DrgTsul4It5 81rtee 1M bt09dC Hal1kia ru BEES Laxative DNEYwTAR JL- An improvement ot r IX cogb Lung md BrCsthIM Remedies Cuitg cStrengthens the Luns sod Gent1yMovssthowaILS tfI 4ubfQryIasY J r I La tS r S tdatt H ydonPharmacy elifE NEWSLEADM- IBI n1T11T TWTTlir IT- fcAYiAft i Ill ADVAKOE f l 1t rJ JI ii HRItf i i CORNvRCXTS WHIt peelal Xegrece fa Lliter nd Level PatIng V3yAv M TEN EYCK Itnnsas erperl iHicnt station The root samples hov the natural vljiQWta plant roots under ordinary iL Jleld couiltloug no artificial prepara et3I at the oll belflg requret1 previous pr the tiklugot the sa6ples i 1 7 Cora roots deeper aid feeds throu li ii greater volume of soil than ICatf- irtton oorgIanu CuKIratlon should not be so deep as I to break thts large literal ijoots oif corn BOOTS OF conx AT MA unrrr fPl IM In lIst r furrPws xrulch usually lie at a depth of about four Inches midway between the rows The root system of eorn planted In 7 plister furrows develops at a uniform depUi and the surface roots lie unl formly deeper In the soil than do the roots of the level planted corn i Listed com fiiay be cultivated close 7to the hill and three to four Inches deep atthe last cultivation without Injuring the roots Eevel planted corn may not be ctilH vat ed pclose tothehlll at the last ul tlvatlon as listed corn because with r the leV J ilnuted corn the roots rise nearly to tlie surface several Inches from the hill and are readily destroyed by close cultivation In a hot dry climate rather deep cnl tlvatlon of cornis deslraole especially COnK BOOTS AT MATTBITr J Plu ted with check row level planterA as the season advances A thin soil mulch will not conserve so much mois ture as a relatively thick mulch Thepractlce of laying by corn early In the season requires the farming of a deep soil mulch at the last cultivation In order to conserve the soil moisture and Seep the ground froth drying out t + A Novel Scheme IOne of the most uniformly success ful cabbage producers that we ever i knew who got rich and built himself l a magnificent farm home from the proceeds of his cabbage patch used a bran mash such as we feed to cows for milk in setting out his cabbage plants says an exchange Ilic ma Ji was made nnit wAiQIIr Vaoa pull or could be dipped up lii a cup Jhis mixture or nothing but bran and water was applied In the small hole made for setting the cabbage plant in About ateacugful was 4oured Into each hole around the root of the plant when setting out and we never saw cabbages start off better and gfow faster It was claimed Also that this brad mixture kept the root maggot awnyc Padding Cherry Trees The sour berry does not make a good stock for the sweet varieties because It sprouts very badly and the union is not good The wood of the sweet type grows much the faster Seedlings of the commoii sweettcherry which Is known us the ilozzard are the proper stocks on nhch to bud the sweet varieties The stocks should be budded when they are about the size ot alead pencil or q little larger This frill usually be the Brstycar but may be the second year after planting the seeds The budding lIs done in July or August owIng to the state of tim growth of the stocks H E Van De man in Rural New Yorke- rSHOCKINGWHEAt A Plan For Setting lp n SIioolc Moit- SntbifnctorL1rV Most people are probably familiar n general way with the principles ant methods used In wheat shocking Yet there are details the conformation to or neglect of which makes all the dlf fereiKje between a first class Job and a poor one J wish to show here some of the details which make for convenience and excellence In Lha work says a Ru ral New Yorker w I find the foUof UerIa shock most In four bundles Inn rctw and follow with one In the middle on each side Now place a hurdle in each of the four va cant places and put on two caps For caps select bundles with long straw above the bands They will cover the shockbctte and will not fall off so easily Plate the bendS of the caps the direction from which the strongest winds blow If the heads face the wind the caps will nQt blow oasreadily as they will if the butts face It General SuggetionwV Here are a few general suggestions if the shock has been set up as hero dl rected it will contain twelve bundles Experience teaches that this very Islnearly the right number llittle variation ofcoursel Is allowable But if a shock Is much smaller it lacks sta bility and tbe same Is true Is much larger especially IfIff1theshock Is dead ripe When the ripe the heads stand out andjespeclal ly in a large shock the bundles are lia ble to fall down If the heads stand out it is a good plan to hug the shock tightly before capping In a large shock slightly green wheat Is apt to mold When starting a shock If con venient start it In the middle of the bunch of bundles this will save the time and labor Involved In carrying bundles around the shock Cotton Plcklng The ordinary warehouse charges 10 cents a bale for weighing cotton nUll 10 cents for drayage This Is nn ex cessive tax- Reduction of cotton rates 24 to r cents per bale for seaboard shipments seems a small thing to the individual farmer but it will cost the railroads a cool half millionkThe bomed warehouse Is necessary to the success of the slow marketing movement for which every farmer Is ready to vote The man who lives and boards at home with cotton as surplus crop can grow It at 4 cents and live well Gottonx farmers cnn better afford to own stock In cotton mills than any other class of citizens The mill fur nishes an assured market for cotton meats fruits And vegetables Texas Farm and Ranch ttTHE GARDEN KEYBOARD Give the cucumber plenty of water und plant a few more hills As endive plants become of sufficient size tie them up in order to blanch them More seed may also be sown The old fashioned flower gardens were largely made up of annuals By far the larger part of the old time favorites are annuals Sweet peas pansies asters cosmos nasturtiums these have a hold on people which they will never loseV Cobea scarsdens lsnn excellent quick groWIng annuallYln for a screen 13rcal lnBtAt understapd said the landlady us she was serving the hash that the widow and widower who have been living In the boarding house across the way were recently marriedVSort of secondhand affair remark ed the fat boarder as he helped him self to another dish of prunes Mlli waUkee ScntlnelI F VCStrangled on MM Our Very reliable and trust wotthy correspondent at Stith ton tells in his letter this week the most remarkable fish story that has yet come under our notice He says that last week the heayy rains muddied the Rolling Fork to such an extent that when the water came into Salt river it was as thick as a loblolly It had a remarkable affetVupon the fish They seemed to be strangling from the mud and came to the banks and poked their heads out Cn order to breath People caught hundreds of them from the bank with their hands grabbing them in theirgills One buffalo was ciughf that weighed twenty even pounds and many ten aid twelve pound fish were taken This same thing occured once before m Salt river Etown NwsV1fl3Ji1Y w QllallitV Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but onitsperfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat4It digests what you cat regardless of the condition of the stomach and convys the nutrient properties to the bldod and tissues This tnilds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures 11ndigslron dyspepsiabelchzug sour stomach etc Sold by all Druggists Struck by Car NG and J W Bowden Con federate veterans of Morris Sta tion Ga were struck by a streetcar on Second streetnear Green about 3 oclock yesterday after noon and painfully injured The men are brother r the former be ing blin 3r They started to cross the streets the younger brother leading the afflicted brother and did not notice the approach ot the car coming in Second street They were directly op the track when Motorman Bowling saw them He quickly turned off the current but could not avert the accident The car was running at a very moderate speed when it struck them howeyer or both men would probably have been killed The injured men were carried into Fowlers drug store and were later removed to the City Hospital Their injuries which consisted of cuts and bruises about the face and head were dressed acd they were takfcn in the ambulance to the Georgia headquarters Herald 1J Smoking Iu i Powder M8Zille Is courting death more suddenly but notjcnore surely than neglecting kid ney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and itspontinued Use will cure the modt obstinate cases It has cured many people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to be hi curable If you haye kidney or blad der trouble commence takiner Foleys Kidney Cure today before It Is too late For sale by The Reel Cross Drug- Store Wanted Men and Women in this and joining counties for home or travelingwork representing and advertising toe Wholesale andI Educational Departments of an olu established Manufacturing House Salary S350 per day with expenses advanced Rig furnished when necessary posi tion permanent references ex changed Address Blew Brother Co Home Dept Chicago 111 174 it itTEfugiQ- s tVtt by the Is how we deal in vehicles to supply our trade We haye ftWQ warehouses full of buggies of all styles and prices and fhave something to suit everybody p Plows Wagons and Other Implements i We hanIle the genuine Qljver Cb11ed Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Faim Wagons and the best drills and seeders on the market I I Icarryafull line ofCollars Hames Plow Gear and 5- p agon Harness of all kindV L 4 r ey If you contemplate building a fence investigate our ife PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENC1 NG rT6ne better 1 I Agents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best makes I ic4TMcCiure 8 WelLs t Cardwell Rev EL P Hatcbett spent Satui day night with Bro T I Lay and wile and prayer meet ing was held at their home several Irreuds comm in and an enjoyable time was had by ttwse presentThe hurch at Battle will te gin a series of meetings on Monday night Dtt rthe fourth Sun day in this month The Pastor to be assisted by the Roy W M Wood of Harrodsbnfgi Messrs Loyd and Wagoner Shewmaker alledon the Misses Patterson Sunday evening Mrs 3VF Lay we are glad to say was able to visit at Mr W H Lays MondayVund the order cf the K O coaIrl thand decorated his grave still showing theIr love and esteem for one wha had been with them in this world and who though now departed they thought it meet to remember him stillVMr T Baker and Miss Ella Roberts of Battle drive to Rev Simras Sunday eyeningand were united in marriage Messrs Perkins and Holiday bought of Irvine Royalty a horse for 139 and sold the same to Mr James Mobl y for 160 Mr Erastus Holiday bought some hogs at this place at 43c per pound Mrs Reptha Sims visited at Mr W H Litterels Saturday nightaud Sunday Cardwell was visited by a good rain Sunday night Corn looking well tobacco being reset and weeds climbing high MrSRobert Lay visited at her brothers Mr R S Warners MondayVMr L H Sea of Seaville was here on business Thursday The public school at tlis place w ll begin on Monday July the 3d Prof W S Coivin teacher Thursday there was a meEt- ing at the home of Mr Sam Long who has been very ill for some time and at his request a meeting was held and cn his profession of religion he was re ceived as a candidate for Bap ism May the Lord restore him and give him the opportunity of his commandV Revs Hatchet and Reed tilled their appointment at Freedom and Cornish ville Saturday and Sunday Good services each dayVi Also Rev Summers filled his appointments at Rockbridge andTathamVjl Messrs W H and M I Lay were at East Texas Monday on business There will be a roll call at Mt Freedom the fourth Saturday and on that day the church will make her call for Pastor for the ensuing year Let all the mew bers be present and help to make this a great day Also tbe church has ordered some newJSong books and the singing class will meet on Sunday evenings for the pur pose of improving the song serviceSomething undertook the task of dividing young turkeys with Mrs Jj I Adkinson one night last week and instead of making an equal division the varmint of whatever specimen it might have been acted somewhat greedy taking put of a flock of 31 all butliVMessrs E G Patterson and ing1fieldFrom what we learn Master Norva Lee White tIe little five year old son of Mr and Mrs J W White should surely hold the blue ribbon as the champion rock pitcher We will try and relate to the readers the reasons for this belief as the news camel to your correspondent- One day a short time back while Mr White was milking he told Master Norva to drive up another cow The little fellow went on his errand and came across a mare that was inclined to be yicious and one that the cnild had been warned to avoid but as children ara Venturesome sometimes the boy in some way came in contact with the animal who made an attack upon him but the little gentleman was wide awake and equal to the occasion and when the animal lunged the boy with unerring aim threw a rock of considerable size striking her in the forehead which laid her to the land and in the fall of about 50 orGOfeet her lip was split and Having to be sewed up As luctt would have it although thought to be dangerously hurt the nare recovered and it is said the father states he was top much amused to bother the bdy and Ve with him are heartily glad the Utt felos rock went to the marl for fear he might have been injure SIMPLE SIMON lnnC T Sk It WKS a hug e tnkitc urdor take the cure of such a badease of kidnfy disease as tliat of CV FV Collie of Cherokee larbut Electric Bitteis didV it VH wrltesuMykidneys were so far gohe I couldnot sit on a chair Withouta cushior aud suffered from dreadfulI backache headache and depression5 In Electric Bitters Ihowever 1 found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health re onmend this great tonic medicine to all with weaklfidr neys liver or stomach Guar an teed by C J Haydcn Filer mast price 50c ANTIOCH VV VVVWe had a very nice rain here yesterday We aiefl better hopes at this writingV Mr T J Trent and family of tolin visted the home off W J Prejit Sunday Mrs Bert Sagfacy gave a musict party last Saturday night in honor of her many friends The musicians were Misses Ethel and Ida Gregorv and Messrs Isiah Hill and Everett Gregory Alt report a good time i Afr and Mrs ij Ch Williams was in Harrodsburg one day last week on business Mr Eddie Kays of Popular Flat visited his brother Allen at Fox Creek Saturday right Mrs Martha Cutsinger and Misses Grace and Ida Williams visited Mr Ed Cutsinger at JohnsyilleV Your correspondent and wife spent Friday with her brother Mr Cornelius Barnett of Kirk land Several of the boys at Fair vewattended court at JSpjrng field Wednesday We arc sorry to say Tihab Bro Nelson Dennis could not be with usSunday Mr Robert Armstrong and wife visited his brother George Armstrong and wife Saturday nightVMr Neal BDInett SOld 41 nice lotof sheep and lambs to Sanders Norton Coandiiiada nice profit J WV 4 t masn cTern tfionl Know THIS Uoleys Honor and Tar has cured tmniyeases of asthma that were con sidorcdj hopeless Mrs Adolph flues lUg 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa tvritcsr lA severe cbld contracted twelve years ago was neglected until Lt finally grew into asthma Otc best medical 8lHlavaUabe could not rarrreicfFoleys mended ando e fifty cent bottle ent tiroly cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve years and if I had taken it at tli5I start I would have been saved years of sufIfering For sale by The Red Cross DrugStoreV North ljendV The bible questionpiopOunded- by Lilac is one which to my mind is largely problematical I would answer the question by saying that the person alluded to was Melchisedec Were itnql for the fact that the answer would be open 10 at least three objections as Melchisedec is a greek term meaning withcut pedigree Probably the person had him in mind w here he gave the problem But as I am a long la andlai Deserve my at the solution of the problem when the propouhder answers it- Ernest Dedman who has ben student at the Deaf Institute Danville Ky passed the midterm examination recently and stood 991 per cent general aver mjatmjj June 12th when Ernest boarded the train for Hom9 Sweet Home The largest catfish ever caught iinV Chaplin river was caught by Mr C C Rood near J M Brothers farm about 8 miles above Tatham Springs iThe fish weighed 40 pounds While hoeing corn last Thurs day I was talking toEveretlmy boy aged 14 years nthesub ject pf physical geography and on the phylosophy of matter when he asked ine the following question beginning thusIfmatter cannot be annihilated or destroyed what went with the water that destroyed the antedi luYians1 He is of tlfe opinion thatit receeded toward the polos and fifoze into anjce locked continent He is of the opinion that thelaciaLdrif was caused by ibis Teceeding of the waters orthwptrd arid not Bputhward Jastught by geographers Thisr 5 is not only his question b thJS solution Will same of ti0 read ers answer this queaiion for the boy and think at least a mbment before they answer Feel imMm Doomi The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of BHghta disease and diabetes has been changed to thankfulness by the bnefl derived from taking Foleys Kidneyi lre- will It cure Incipient Brights disease W1st1casesrforzhlwrites- Madon Lee of Dunreatb IIcL 31 triea eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys JCidney Cure made me a welt mam tor sale by The Red Cross Drug storeI VSiSterS Petl hII Brandenburg3KyAs a re suit of one of the most lat lenta ble accidents ever known in this partof the State the family of Dr Grart Booth one cf the prominent men of Meade County was practically wiped out While bathing in the river at Crecelius Brande1bUrghis aged twenty and Miss Annie JBelle were drowned The deathsoftwo of the Young women were aused by thirJheroism and sisterly love All three had gone into the Oliio as was their custom for theatr IAnnieBelleone of the trio who was pot an expert swimmer They pad been enjoying themselves theater for probably an hour wherji Miss Annie Belle in spite o the warnings of her older sisters ventured out beyotid her depth She was recklessly plucky andj usually one of the sisters kept near her Last night however she swam rapidly away from them leaviagthjm close inshore asshe looked back at thenj as if in jest Suddenly the oung woman went down and oncoming up called for help IThe older sisters instantly realized that she was exhausted and started toward her In n few seconds they were at her side Had they been able to cbntrol her all would hava been aved blflt in her frenzy of ftahhshe threw her own arms abeijt the of her sisters preventing from swimming and all farms perished young woman sank only twentV yards fro n the bank and although scores of men began a search for the bodies as soon as the alariiiwas given iitt was not till this morning that two of themthose of Miss Hallie Vfld Miss FVjy were found far out in the stream where they had been carried by the swift current The body of Miss Annie Belle has npi been recovered though the river was1 bellowThe Booth girlst ajthey were affectionately were among the most estimablejypung women in Meade county Brill iaiitly educated and girls of the home tYPtthey were beloved by all who knew them fort their t beautiful traits and for their good nes and purity Miss HaUtea j was probably the most pjopular teacher in the county1 CAStORA A For Infants and Cltildr afThe Kind You Have Always BiBM i Bears the J y r fjSignatured iajffteZfa Commissionersi SaleP Jahics Welch PlffJ J 1uftyBent By virtue of a judgment as d order of sale of the Waahfagtoti circuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1005 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer forsa q at tho Court louse dobr in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY JUNg 26 1905 at 2 oclockpr3i or thereabout be- Ing county court day to the highest bidder at pubrta auction upo Ji credit of 6 and 12 mflnths the foil winK de scribed property or sufficient part thereof to make the debt tht rest and costs as hereinafter set out A certain tract cr parce of land lying and being in Washington county Ky on the waters f Chap lin river and bounded as foil iws Be iiinnin1at J leaning sycat oie tree ontbfutli bank of Cbap inRiver P Woford tbe ce with said Wofords Ijne to ChapW Ktver 1jHIrthencedownhollow thence with said ftojlow to Mrsrijmma Meals line thence with her line to Chapllji river on the North thence down said riVer to tie bgii ninff cohtalairirlfifty acres laorea I lless hItAmouiltofDebt 93511- 0Iiitcrest Costs 32S- It TIt 9O2 Lot the piir pisb ps 4wItl9I7dlecurltyi tends bcarlJe ietereiitfra dtof Mle Urjtil paid And kayi1b foice ann cIIct oJ S fudget 1dcr will bereqnucd comp1Tpr9ptlf vith theselerms iI G I4lACIThfAN JtQfCf I The Ilime Thwn Weekly What paperive IQfl b reading so ath Wktdfa gentleman of- hdtetlobbj iiif Wijt1jhcjme toin Wefkl 4 Iiab as a dozen fetet ttIplace where I wu- eterioe sIi1f nd Bob r jj dg eofbe t t tt f nIPt 1pert1lmjr biOi t- fulfeature r Tbetownttyppma t atrnillaffalrtc nan acctw4omedi his s Jt i1ft g I Jil j 1ift sentshebest eots of one of this best fellows on earth the country editor often a man fit to fill any position in the peoples gift The country editor is the historiographer of his town Ire- IPQblisbesth6 births weddings ths tie tells of pleasant visits made by outsiders peop1eIfor ftn accident any kind in the neighborhoodi he chronicles it Nothing usually escapes his ob serration Butlest be forget the town news gatherers nnm erous and alert arE there to re- mndhim They are of all age ard both sexes Nothing can getaway from them 1anct they- ite to seeift all put in the pa p roThe city resident born in the countryt rais dand schooled there Joves ttfre country weekly H j readsof his old playma s aid school fellows He not s wth interest every addition to tl e iamiljr of the county belle wio refused him for a plain farmer and is happy with them in of her choice and her babel Ha follows closely the careers of old friends whom he surprised when they come to town by ten ing all he knows of the dear old country How in thunder J hndo youall thijrt VeIl I subscribe he declares U or the Weekly Watchman Ttie rural weekly is one of the jjcys of American civilization It is growing less and lees bitter iir partisanship thOreVSfld more g nerons in its treatment Of in d viduals We put ours in an in side pocket every weekfor home nsumption exclusnVelyEx t DyiDOr0 Faille is in its torments like dying of c Dnspmption The progress of consumption from the beginning tortnlebWhen I had consumption in its fi ptstage writes Wm Myers oCearfoss Md after trying d tterent medicines and a good d actor in vain I atlast took Dr B Ings New Discovery which q aickiy and perfectly cured me u I rompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds pore throats b onchitis etc Positively pre V nts pneumonia Guaranteed a Haydons Pharmacy price 50c and 100 a Jbpttle Trinl battle freei 1VlleSLayfi fNSV I Squire Quince Johnsoa hiii been quiet for a long time Wbj tlie fishermen are in season wijkhi their big yarns Quince has woti g to say Now that the btU kenot biting our well kBpi QUire has sprung a new oi Bfesays that Dave BaswelJ tMHis n mulberry This tree hasril e fruit green fruit and bloom it at the same time and coatin1 = T so from the Oth day off May until July 1t Chickens arVvary fond of these mulberries they live under the tree season Some timeIMn reil aoticed the eggs to have a peculiar 1dse examination 1wrelIluei- itgsW- jB 3tf duck eggs fe1 48 0 tbair eating rVP i S oire accord da tom wbeti he Jblett broflgnt f- MrLeswell ZV tytr45e 1 IsIMoiy AArr Some d4jf yogilljscare wbem yen feel1plfjm t your bowel and fear appendi ellIs f8llln Dr Ktege r fNew Life PiIIs it arocnrfor alIbowelandshPi such as liedbeV1cosHaldonsilJ4i I iI e 1 r Tryth em1 i fjwf r oi VtVAn dLOSd foci uw Ftook plac lEkiadef ai isbGrove chuirchj a d WM wttotMed by one ottW lrgtorowdiV everseea tier MJI ue BowVling Green Newi The services were coediNiUdby the Bear irVJonee of the B pUt churCh ajnd were sole aod idipreMiye Men and wooeit were Ifti opposite M otbezjOM and1he tWer firW waist with a towel sad eoftte wet frocx ow io anoiher aad the woman tissme wsMia 4oBefOotonem ch meaber whik hymns of joy were being ao9f 4bythscoigSu After the foot wuhIs W bu doerVwarn Ierytd sembsron t a stump tn4 terrted tmrfboAji to eat ac + pie tar all J by local ap kpdMM M UMy cot o4 reach thedludpottIoof tke ea f There Iii oely e wyrto dsdV rL- fle ad thais by CItMMIOa VJJ reratdiea J e7 a Li- n5Med co4 at till s Un itug of tke- ihisftpb Zi Tabs W ikJ1t oa sv I rub Jb1Cs odor iperfVect a wkenitheaUrslycldsd the reilt and aal M theiaflaiRflM do cal bejbalSaOjrt mad IMr tubeVrstoredtOUuormtl oin irlo Jae fing will b4 jl iteoni tonvmii Bind cas ot s bjrvbwhich jM4 ZI4 t IIdittoa o+mt t arfaii 4 WewiQjir Badc4shI forny ofIeaSoiss ied y eatarch Ietbe cursdby aikrCatarrk C5u bud for c1rescSfrss i Th1s 0 FrCB4Co i for COBatl patloi VtVir Nail NrlbanY best known cmufViin the state- WsdDeedty i WI byTheporurHouse traveling fore qoian of ftiVo bi death lt I CincinjiaU and Lejt for 85 j artf Be wit bet ryin t- nd hiees ew ar many ire State He leavess it wuMiuBuesLkburg i eU child dsujmarried Morrieon BVof Danville some 1v Bmbur B i+ 414 +4 44Everything NEWand p4o dale in the PEcTi CLELM TheBESTtharkets1 ainjhe wt 4ExaminE Vf ug Sya Trial cast e1c 4 4 Our method has always beaVptrCutOflerS Get 4qTJRPRI4JEn l S9LIIVGQLD FRAMES W 3 Tbey aPRISE yQu Dont hesitate to say You Mist t Me Im From Missouri Corpe in the 4P E 8r i iVfiJM RUSSELL i 1 I i c I OR JJM BURTON i MSIDCNT DENTIST 1 ETH EXTRACTED OUT PAIN ouscvgaR vP Mairs l YJ KING FIELD KY k r A1 A11 Dental Work Strictly itI Firstclass r fIJ H LAMPTON 1it tt OFFICE 44s f 16pcr 110U3 AFVGRJGSBY j XT LAW i jj X ATTORNEY O4ci over peoples Eanc r iig J il f SPRINGFIELD KY c ib f jJ3 EbBARDS M W FYATT 41 j RBARDSHYATT f Fijsicitii lid Sugeons m i Office next to Ulerk a Office 4 JAMES RAVES PRACTICAl i ir I 5 Jt Iitc1iakerand Jeweler IiiH L Carriesi a line of Watches docks LIr indJewdryi Repairihg a Spe ir jjCidJ Located oq Main Streetlc k f it6 Presbyterian chtfrch t JJrlDgfield Ky IDRf F TRUSTY t 27i PRACTICALc= 44iDENTISTOffice over Havdoa Barber lt Denta1wdrkatraasonab1epriceS- All work guaranteed r ti SPRINGFIELD KY iL bSi t JONYMAYE5 UUiERHL L DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAV19tN1GHT74 I SPRINGFIELD KYc i ri Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedulejL 3S now in effect on the Eatd town Jandt Springfield branch railroad o4lLeayes Louisville at 410 pm Bavdstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m ft0 42Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bard own Junction 705 amI cTarrive at Louisville 755jamV No Vl3 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield L240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a r l20pmr Bardstown 230 pm fI Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm t 4ktr lio 90 Sifndays onlyLeaves t Springfield at 715 am Bards ttown8 aim Bardstown Junction 1yd 845 am arrives at Louisville Q3 am- No i 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards tlawn SIII 735 pm arrives at Springfield l r 825pra JAMES A COX 1 Agent for lE 1jNLT- HAVEHnUH Y w Basket leavesfMonday night Sw e turns Friday nig- ht3LRs1a t sr a Y Firstclass work guaranteed i PtLZ MRS fiORDS 4i Ice Cream Parlor In the Roberts store building next to Presbyterian church Tee cream served at all hours t and in any quantity i Will also fill orders for roast tmeat salads beaten biscuit jpakfs pies etc in time for dinner if sent in early your patronage solicited MRS ELIZABETH HORD T- FrActin 0 When tin body UclearecJ for w vacuoD by Kinds New Life Pills r tVoUcas teIit by the bloom of iMMiltk on the cheeks tile bright I urn pi the eyes the rmnesa of ih flejh ttti Busclei 1 i buoy acet cf the mind Tjy them Afc 0 Jv H ydonjs drug store 25 centiI wr v w 4T- i rH TJrs s f i fifiwiHii G i H WfiHVHia 11I 11LocaIHappenn ollntetest i 1 0 VI The Feshet and Latest Il1 All AboutYourself J1lcndsTQPIC 8 is 1 atad cqu 1 I c jyjc 4 C WWS MM MMC FOR S ALE Tweniy nice lo cust postS for sale JQim C Shader + 1A fine grade of Talcum nicely t perfufed one pound 2c alt L the Red Cross DrugStore Screen dcors all sizes ands rees to fit anywindow At Leachmans Inrniture store lOne ofouy tine hammocks will make summer comfortable Jtedi Cross Drug Store Saws sharpened scizzors ground shoes mended and allJ kinds of repairing done by Geo B Taylor E B Leachman and son will being Springfield on next ronI day county cQurt with a nice lotI of young cattle for sale If you want your umbrella recovered take itto Geo B Tay lor who repairs everything Sbjpp opposite Opera House FOR SALE Three Shorthorn cows with young calves Anderson Carrico Springfield Ky Donttbe bothered with f1Pes this summer but go to Leacb man the farniture man and get some screen doors and windows He has the bestjFo4SALEA square pianoc inquire of F M Martin Spring field This piano will be put in nice order and will b a gcod practice piano and sold at a great bargin Easy terms John L Searcy has sold his interest in the firm of Robertson Searcy to his partner J B Robertson Mr Robertson willI continue the business and Mr Searcy has not yet determined in what busines he will engage MoEY Shultz the local firm of tinners have been given the contract for doing the tin and iron work on the new St Catherine buildings Te con tract is a big one and means a lot of work and material Ugly Shooting Scrape An ugly shooting scrape oc curred in the little town of Chap lin on last Friday evening in which Mr Mose Smithers reo ceived al very painful but not necessarily a fatal wound from1 a shot gun in the hands of W J Wright Smithers is the pro prietor of the Chaplin Hotel and- S well known in that neighbor hood Wright runs a huckster agon and lives with his wife in Qhaplin Smithersis widower Wrighthadtimacy existed between his wife and Smithers and on last Friday he practiced a ruse to learn if his suspicions were correct He started out as usual on his regu- Lar rounds wiih jhis huckster wagon but returned home un expectedly and in a roundabout way Wright found SSmithers at the Wright home and taking a double barrel shot gun proceeded tp give the visitor a whrm recep tion The first shot fired at Smithers missed but the con tents of the second barrel tore its way through his houlder tearing the muscle and part of the bone inflicting a very ugly wound Wright went tq Bards town and surrendered himself to the authorities and gave bond The affair occurred in Nelson county Stallion for Sale Qn next Monday county court day we will sell to the highest bidder on the streets of Springfield the fine stallion Mambrino Boy Jr This horse has been owned in this county for seieral years and is wellknown He made tIle past season at pur stables at the Fair Grounds Sale will be at 2 oclock SYLVESTER SMITH SON Noficc- On July 8th at Judge Litseys office in Springfield I will re ceive and open bids for all the pikes in the 4th 5th and 6th Magisterial districts Bids may be for a section or a single mile but must be for hauling knap ping spreading and dirting rock also for gravel hauled and I spread GEO T CLEMENTS Road Supervis- orOLEY5liONETTAR wIn q14i Prneata PDHIHItbI IWi1retllllII all The marriage of Miss Esthe Boulware to Mr Garland B cunningham took place yester hay afternoon atthe home of he- brides parents on Walnut street Theceremony was performed ty Rev William Harrison Williams of the Baptist church and only the members of the two families were presejnt The rooms were prettily djecorated with pottecd plants and cut flowers ferns formed thCoback ground in the the bow ndow before which the minis ter stood and pronounced tile ceremony during which Missi Bettie Irvine played the wedding march The bride received many hand some presents of cut glass and silverware from herf riends and relatives The bride wore a blue voile gown with hal to match and carried a bouquet of Bride roses Immediately after the cere mony they drove to Lebanon accompanied by Mr and Mrs H B McElroy and took the train for Oklahoma City where they will remain a few weeks before returning tyome The bride is one of the towns most popular girls being df an amiable disposition that endeared her to u l irge circle of friends The grooni is one of the success ful merchants of town being associated with hiS father in the dry good business under the firm nam of Cunningham Duncan The best wishes of a host of friends attend this young couple iin which the NEWS LEADER ijtfe most heartily A Sad Death One of he saddest deaths to occur in the county for years was tbat of Miss Graham Van Arsdale ai 4 oclock on Wednes day morning at the home of her parents WJr and Mrs S CJ Van Arsdale itt the Pleasant Grove neighborhood This bright and beautiful young life was taken with almost shocking snddeness or after ah illness of only a few days of tyjpboid fever The news of her death was the first an nouncement that the majority of the friez3j3J3 of Miss VanArsdale bad of heir serious illness and the shock to tlhern was much greater on that account The deceased wasxone of the count vs brightest and prettiest young girls and her berry disposition and many at tractions of person and character had made her a general fayorite with both old and young Her taking away will cause a Y vacancy in the hearts and affections of not only the stricken family but a large circle of friends as well which cail never be filled She will be greatly missed in church find social circles where her Happy presence so often made itself felt Toe deepest sympathy of the community goes out tb the bereaved parents and brothers and sisters in this their second great loss by death within a few weeks The funeral will take place this Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock at the Pleasant Grove Presbyte rian church Farm for Sale 17825 acres 6 miles from Bardstown half mile of Botland on pike Abundance of fruit of all kinds plenty of good waters Good improvements Price right OTIS PORTER 24 tf Botland Kv For Sale I have for sale a saw mill and engine cheap In good condi tion bT J MILLER IWillisb lgKy Ecr- J J r Dr Price Wel s wasin Bards town 2atSunday t I Miss Bertha Haydon is Visit friends in Louisville Mifs Mattie Robertson is VISitl ing friejnds at Morse Jave Mr James Waters is visiting daughters in Louisvillel IbisMrs BD Lake and Miss Anne are on the sick list ifr c Miss Lydia McElroy returned fpm Danville last Saturday Mr Everett Croake of Croak fetation was in town ytsterday Miss Margaret Russell of Bardstown was at home SunJay Mrs W F Grgsby is visiting relatives at Chaplin this week Messrs Scott McCabe and CharlesRoberts were in Maud Sunday Mr WH McElroy who shoes the customers at Robertson Bros is sick Miss Minerva Rayburn of near Mackville is with Mrs Bv D Lake Little Louise Hill of Lebanon is visiting her aunt Miss Lizzie Leach man MessrsjByron Croake Robert Noe and J W Reidel spent last week at Tatham Mrs Margaret McE rpy re turned from a vist to Louisville last Saturday Miss AI qaire Med ev is visit jug Miss Adelaide Kelljo Crescent Hill Miss NannieHoustoD cfTay lorsville is with her sister Mrs T D Wells iJr J M Burton is yisiting his relatives at Kirllsviile in Madison cojunty Mr Will Cardwell formerly of Lebanon noW of Mexico was jnI town TdaySMLSS Lorinda Pettus of Gar rard county is yisiting Mr Joe Pettus arid wife Messrs Conrad Hertlein andI Joe Pettus were in Lebanon yesterday on business Miss Mary Lewis has returbed from a two weeks visit to friend In Louisyille Misses Elizibeth Waters and Lucy pelecman were in Louis ville last Thursday Mrs S B Thompson visited her sister Mrs Will Curry of Louisville last week COnUlYjis Mrs W T McEiroy and son W D McElroy Visited friends in Louisville last Thursday Master Georgel Chescheirt of Louisville is visiting the family of Mrs W K Robertson Mr Jdun Ldndetta a Cuban Who bas been attending school atSfc Mjarysi is at the Walton Mrs Joe E tesand1lrs Owen Tbomal of Leoanon were in I own shopping Tuesday Mr Press Wells and wife of Bardstown isitedtbo family of Mr TiD Wells Sunday t Isaac Foster of Washington DC representing the Bureau Iot Census was heretbis week Mr William Mayes of Col umbia S C is visiting his daughter Mrs Richard Durham Miss Myrtle Price has return ed from an extended visit with friends at Bardstown and Louis ville Mrs R F S tton entertained a number of friends at euchre Wednesday morning at the Wai ton Mrs John M Brooks of Knox yule Tenn visited her aunt Mrs A C McElroy ths last of the week Mrs Mollie Noe andtwo grandsons JohnC and BF Taylor I OOOO 6 OO 1 When You FeelI 1 AH Fagged Out VIM ALT It is Nature cure for 5 5that tired Take feeling When you are run down and feel mor i bid and discouraged you need something to revive your y and courage Get a bottto ot Iene 7- llI MH LfTfake part of iit when you go to bed find threst in the morning You will feel its beneficial effects immediatelyr 0 It will put new life into you because ittei aturets healthffood Get a dozen bottles taKe at least one a f wilLbe restorted to your oldI self again ilYOU HA YDONS soJi a at Walton H elttest the Eyes and adjust Glasses Yes + it is to wear Glasses not fit you Eyes Wt yjjnot Have them fitted by one has madea special stuciv of WC tbje has from two Optical one of the largest iin the world the Northern Illinois College of 111 He usnQ All glasses are give satafaa1 i4on date ulp 81 Walton Hotel W C of are visiting relatives here Miss Myrtle Bessie and Pearl spent and Friday with Mrs James Caroth ers I Prof Vaught and wife nee Florence Gray are visiting her parents Mr and M Vs S R Gray on the Leban n Mrs and and Miss Ada Lalimetf of Brun drige Ala are guests of Mrs FR Hodapp J Mr Moffett of Reese Tsnn who has been sistnr MrsTD liatfmer and family has returned hone Mesdamcs Byron Croake A R Shultz Robert Noe Lev Brown and wife and Bobbfe Shultz spent Sunday at Tatham Joe Polin came homje from St Marys college last wgek wearing a gold medal as a regard for hU in Mr JohnR and Marie and attended at Nazareth last Miss Lottie Wilson and Mrs M A Quinn of Columbus Ga are visiting Miss Fannie Wall and other relative hero Mrs H is Visit ing John McChord at L ba fa n and wilI assist Mrs Mc Cnord at her Friday afternoon Mrs Mary C Thomas and Lillian of Hartford Ky are visiting Mrs Nancy E Walker nnd other relatives in the county Wisses Lizzie Mae and Ellen ByronIr t Mrs C C was in Monday and to meet the Goebel which selected a de sign for the Miss Anna J Simms Prof George Colvin nnd Mt H S Walter left for Mammoth Cave to attend the State Teachers Mrs Clifton A Greene enter tamed a number of her friends last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Moore and Mrs Handy of Texas are visiting rel atives here Misses Fannie and Louise Me Elroy of this place and Miss Mattie of Lebanon left to attened a house party given by Dr and Mrs H D of Shelby ville Mr and Mrs T SesiIIcel- ebrate the twentieth Anniver sary of their evening from eight to twelve oclock at their home with a re eption to their numerous friends A number of the young people have received to a re ception to be gUen by Mr and Mrs Ray of Wake field to meet the Mises and Misses Perry of Americas Ga Evans of Garrard county who has been here to secure his as teach er of the school at East Texas left to attend the Teach ers at Cave Mr Wbayne and grand Miss Lillian of Denton Texas and Miss Un sett Wbayne of v siticg relatives at East Texts M Wnayne was a formerJ resi dent of this county Mr Parker of Missouri formerly of this coutty is visiting Mrs H S Litsey ofEist Texas IRe be longed to Morgans command in the late and came to attend the Reunion The relations of Miss Esther Boulware wHo came to attend I C GRIM I the of adS town will be in Spring 4field Saturday July 8th x the fit Dangerous that does f who GLASS FITTING Grigsby graduated Colleges Chicago guesswork guaranteed Remember the Saturday at GRIGSBY Optician Louisville Campbell Thursday Bardstown road Eugertoa Highlfcower visitinrhis proficiency mathematics Barber daughter onLyman commencement Thursday PMcGhord Mrs reception daughter McCJiord Frankfort Tuesday Monument Committe monument Tuesday Convention who McElroy Thursday Rodman marriage Saturday invitation Waketield tfurpic Prof appointment Tuesday Convention Mammbth Top laughter Craddockj Louisville are Montgomery unpleasantness Confederate A34- h Optician Optician the wedding are J Mr LemuelJ Boulware a cousin Mr Judiofi Powell Boulware her brother and DrC R Johnson and wife uncle and aunt all of Henry county They will reniain for a few days visit with Mr and Mrs Boulware Mr Thomas Noe a native of this county but who lias been resident of WhitewngM fas mreibweekMr Noe went all though jtfe war with the Tenth JKentu kj regiment Union armV and al paftfinbattle eyerj he es caped without a scrat m j Real Estate FJijnSale Below iis bhSb iit t lil t J of farms and other rei tat jr the hands of McElrpi Vhrr OfSpringfield property for sale or desiring tto iIcalliIr near pike 4 miles from Bprinzfieldl OOdouJbS46 per acrei 1 51 220 acre farm Inca ca 6 mile from Springfield all lays veil mostly IrQObarnsschool Price 425O per cre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 7J njjlefe from Springfield first class impn Y yeIUnfirstgood orchard and plentyo imber 53 135 acre arm located 1 mil Iron tOwn aU il good stt of cuJ ation lays well and rnosly in gras right on the pike Prlcq3i pet cij 64 Farm of 175 acres 6 miles frop clasidimprovements grass lays well andiSii ell fenced 35 per acrr 55 548 acre farm lulled from g9odimproyementsthree aU tobacco land and lays relL Price- 4operacre en Good farm 140 arR 31 ails gocdhousewatered 45 per acre IrQtown i 60 acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland anJj40tue grass Dic8 room welling 2 gOOd stock barns good bpone well xf barn itdcistern at house 300 or iO locust pot price 850 per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 jmilea Iron ggdlandilUivatlbOgoo43O 69 per 181 l mile from Springfi good hofce andba acreII hd waterfed 59 per i60 60 mUd froSprIngfield good 3 moth jBwellrai good barn well fenced 40 per acre 161 130 acre from ardstz on waterjabjab 7 ro m duelling good i good out buildings fine trees 90 tte pefect1y l1 in IU as Price 53000 62 FrI of 208 acres 5 mites edat of Bardstown alliays wfell l3 acijc cleared 75acres in whtte ok ah d xcedar 2 small dwellings price 32500 63 Farm of 145 acres 2 f miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 81450 64 185 acre farm one mile ft Mackville en the pike good dw ing barn and outbu Idings well fenced and watered m ally in b uc- gasa 500 locust posts rice 30 er acre 64 140 adre farm 3 Ibilea from Springfield good dwellinfratfd tern jail good outbuildings well fenced price 27 per acreI6G Nice place 42 acres 1 mile fym Springfield good improvements all newly fenced and in good repair S3500 4 f 67 248 acre farm sit ated 21 miles from Springl1eld on thpike gpbd room dwelling good ba n cistern at both house and barn will fen d desirable hornet Price S30 per acre Nice small dwelling on Lebanon venue Nice 5 room cottage on Perryville pike Small cottage on west Main street small dwelling on East Main Strtiet yVirginiaMcElroy Wharto4 Springfield Kyi IINotice v Sealed bids will Ve4 recerVe atl theofiice of the coutjty JurIgeur- tliefficc of the county Attorney up to and including the first ilay of July 1905 for painting tht steel bridges of the tounty he1 befnratsl1ttedparticulars cat Otbe uiersj eel S Mars Attot SCR OLOWjtLSN t j i tW it v 1 r a411r 9 tI L t- UT1kc i iIf lFi I t 1SltiPhone NQ 89 Pl1fl drugs medicixes Xf du1 itore goods arC nede f idorwill pit mrjtiy dcliycr tbem If e4j you hav t aprcjcriptioQQrteip be f i filled we wilt c illfor it and deliver it f No extra chafge for deliveryf rt 1 1 lked Cross Drug T L itf eiII t d 1 g t 1 1VDRIRIC1 WLLLsvn rr II i1 1iI4i+ p4- t O f J opoocooWe 4If J Dlsh7PUr ggI Awnings Q f tlluITdlltSt48 + oOI ttlt f Low QI Tel 1 1O wts nd8we illquotyoul prices Wec guarantee A FIT Saciples can be s enat 1 kotiri store Q r g We carrya stockof YUDQRp P rcli Sto jeltBambooi roh Shades 6x8 f L9Piitwp g iA nice line of Grass Porch RUSIM Mats 0 h SPECIAL PRICES ON IflTIKSS SATURDAY AND MIY35c- mattiogsfor 8i5c pfr ptl25c mattings for 20c PJtr1yap i 20c mattiij for 15c piri 15c U1 ti gs for 121 WtI J c rnattings JOI tirflJJJ LOW PRIQES ON 3OAPETS o fif r You should take advantafi pl this sale as tby are the greatest Bargains 0f the fejon ROBEfiTSON BROSI Jqo9TI 9OO OO iJ w i ij WW Z1- 3kM kk II SUMMEIfi If ICan c ft und in pud Sudimcr ISuit strpDgmnd ligljlt in con t structipngopd tp togfct cooiWt weir mad for hofc wcathfer c av E r r fprt J t1 SHOE JJtriWT f 1otve haxa full line of oxiPit1 and other light wpght 9Sb thto Isthes 4t men 11 Latest in stylt and llowest in price k fiH 4 a H d 1ltEN SHIRTS i Both in ngliged and dreas style at orn1i 50 cents up M for corafofct aad Jbc WMU 9 t E Onindy Cia Jwooke i MtITC Ii THE DOUBLE STOOB ltt 5 3 4 I f rThip itid4kitr L40 1 ZirZiZif rJo l r r a79ut t II- a FrCX 8CJt tFj SPR1NQFIELD KV f THE TOMBSTONE CENSO 3I eIaev4ptlo JfcMr tk Cemetery I A toatwtoae eensoc U TNafteyed fey 1 fcort amp Iw4edIL It s the duty M to that jjmeern y- A ite thtwaf ttOmbe totleJg put wp JIII engineer MH a Nbrrlstpwn 3thI tf kUted ythi explosion of a Mtifc tad tIIe family of this young p vI lat tbe nh1IGwBers IM4 kiMlw iI1 ateng that the boiler I 9 w t1ft aCtMliruul carved X ttMMo e thefiCHtence Murdered ii Me The tombstone den ret caarsa Tefa ed to aaoctlon such 1 M fW frd cthethr certain noted prize xt ijiiHT iJburvlving brother oftha aCated to put In a glass case be W Jb trave a chamPionshiP be1t far la ate pair of gloves and other tMyMii e the ring That the censors VJ aiifatlTe was flrau v A VUow who believed thalTthe phy jrickiK wa responsible for her buss baM death wished to put tn the i wab Heemployed a cheap doctor but tbe tombstone censor showed bet that st ch ah inscription would lay her tMUta havy damages for libel Jiwometbne direct In their wilk that sfcpciclng blasphemies be ThecentI ir howeyer7 eettot 4 pbe lft do not disfigure the cemetery I Philadelphia Bulletin iUNCANNY EYES xA el 1 itiu TJaIcJaVp 1k lieeita SulIagsw = Tiy aatexw fish far down In thu jS Cwlbbean ihat had po eyes at all nor y7ioeyesbut long autennan- J rt t from Its nose bj which It felt j its way Ai1ifQUnd its food In hT tti ifect Mel was a fish with two Convex V vtecises hiIJitfoe of eyes These lenses r C were highly polished or burnished S They wereo a gulden hue and they geaMd lu tJte svmllglit like Jewels An Mli r ha hlg fellow had eyes which Ov grew i JBtewsor stalks that stuck out I 4j six JBchesr from Us heai Then came Me with an eye that grew on at long t t iitii Jttke a lily stein quite eighteen t Jra theBose and the professor rWtk5tIt was an eye made foe pok lug itself into other fishes business 4 Tbfestem was flexible and waved back e ward and forward or bent with Its own 1iI weight and sometime the fish traveled Tv with the eye Doubled under it about the 14dle of its body or trailing in they LaaHdocmud Sope of the eyes when put Into sea water I lat dark shone like Janlerns V Others wf the fishes bad brilliant spob b tof their sides that emitteda ghostly A jradiamce and they seemed to have 1 Ugiited portholes or windows like Ifi ftteader steamer rushing through the iQ eas nftfcr nIghtSt Nicholas PEWS IN CHURCHES 0Q0 4v At PlMt TJter Were AHowe Omlr t j PerJiaaal Parerx persOnSl O vV iioat opposTfitnv pf Sir Thomas More I and others they gained ground under J O 1flzlejhud Charles I and after the Q restoration came into Increased favor A 4 lse among well to do citizens who Y r claimed and enjoyed Q a the Sunday due tk Ofs1urbrIiigJnanuppcrpcw rA i Swift humorously described how one r was appropriately made out of a large Qw6044n1 bedstead and in early Geor Qi glan times pews were to be found rur xl ntshed with sofas and tables and pro vided with fireplaces It 4 Bptlen tofesthaHn pne case a cy iivery sbrvsnt entered the pew of his X i JiastoiT between prayers and sermon v witir sherry and light refreshments O Thickly curtained or highly partition t i j I9x pews weresomumerbus In some hurk atDe tUne that the poor were 1 t uractlcjdilly ic1udiaor thrust back into y t ceiflfortless Ijilngs In the coldest and darkest parts of the church where they k 1 4onid hear little of the servicerLon I1onh1elegraph Harvey Coinljen Reproof XflJerhaps the neatest reproof to a long winded preacher was that given by ar1ar y Combo when lard mayor ot 4 theywcrecomjJnfoolish as to ask the other how he liked aWfU doctor to speak i frankly there were four things in it that I did not like to hear They were l the quarters of the church clock which ilitruck before you had finished j K 1T e Rcaeaber nosteftsMy dear count you must pardon mbut I have such a very oar inemory for names Its a real J affliction I have forgotten yours The t3CountYou shoult gouzQlt a specialist tPe aiilI diseaesmj tear madam 1 you really shoult My name Is Kas 1f kowowsklchulfilngloskl London A- BWpW tlhtrll to Ilanaie- jr GitlzeH WbatUlyoHcbarge me Un cl1f Itastus to carwSmay that pile of 4 j dolj1 ilgh Uncle iislllsYci sahJes for cartiaa1de stone but I gotter hire ajtaagto help harness de mblePilts- t trres331 TCOHonhICM1IXouCW1f W Wjiydo yoii so oftten Invite Ihat old i fossjp ilrs Brown r 1 TolIflbC always knows so many in 4 ferostlns things to leI tiiat every one 3 yoJgets to earaud almost aty the edkc ijA lUleft Fliegende Blatter T1 Brief but Effective 1tilp1oni tfc corrcspoudenrebe t hjea woIri3jr kings Is recorded In Inlands hUtorJr Seiid me tribute or youLnan If replle OXeal 14Hil Chcerlatr JUm Dp t WeU remartpn ITercuioa cheerful tJfriM he Rtz diiip at Atlas you seem Lgup pretty Tvell even If itie wholc world is down on you f r tkrriaeeton Tiger t I1of goed services sweet rernem CHI will row from them olme datab 7 tJLRVIIl Uncfc t G1a4ysJ she thinks fcf c young mnz such a paragon of perfection why 4ss she watch him so closely Es iakla eJg afraid he is tdb Jgood l fce treChicag Tribune CtheNeteL ythe cttslii r ot your bapkf1t t 1rrIYWOdI o afkenc4eTesib1tii- b i117M1t 1JOlMie A 1J r ndc Mczrsh tf Tth iStra8 a bn XFtral Opficer In JObai He X corttA tifmself to Triton id 3cre Oat a Long Term Whirr IfeHad PrerEufr GaJt n Many Others Former Deputy United States Mar slut William A Richards for twenty years oueof thbest known officers In Iowa who In his long career has arrested and conveyed to various pent tentiaries wore than 3000 Convicted prisoners has escorted himself unaccompanied froth Des Moines to the u I PULLED nova GUNS f Iowa penitentiary at Fort Ma Ison and begun the service of uu elghfeeVyear sentence for roUbery says a Des Moines correspondent of theStjLouIs PostDispatch u No man living vlll ever take me to prison in Irons declared BllLitlch ards lUIhc Is fuluillurly known When the jury had returned a verdict of guilty against him aud the Judge bad sentenced him to a long terra of Drears For months It Lad been believed that by his statement Richards meant to threaten and Intimidate any officer who might attempt to take him to the pen Iteniary where Richards himself had faken so many prisoners Ironetl and shackled At last Richards disclosed what he meant With his met vestige of hope swept away by the unfavora ble actlZJn of the highest court and with the knowledge that wUblya few hours handcuffs f r shackling him would be In tile bunds of a brother Officer who must perform his duty Bill stepped upon a passenger train waved a last farewell called out cheer ily Dont forget to ask for me boys when youre ln town began the jour ney to the penitentiary his own pris oner Uonarcdb federal appointments wIth sonic of the boldest and cleverest captures In the history of the scorer service department to his credit known and respected by judges Richards In his old age has been convicted of tor turing an old friend and robbing him of the paltry sun of 2000 paltry because Richards a dozen times has been offered and tins spurned bribes much greater than this He once cap tured unaided three desperate green goods men The secret service offi cials became convinced that a dsp ate and successful gang of green goods men were operating with St Louis and Chlcagb as their base The matter was placed In the hands of Mnrshdl Gray ofjKepkuk who chose Bill Richards ttf assist him They went to work A liveryman Nick Martin at Warren Kan was found willing to consent to disappear for a few weeks and permit Richards to assume his identity Martin entered Into negotiations with the green gods men at Chicago and agreed to take the Arkansas agen cy securing 2000 and the state agen cy for 1KK genuine money Dressed to impersonate the livery man Richards went to Chicago to close the deal accompanied by Marshal Gray who was dressed as a plantation owner After a number of careful preli nl arles themes were Introduced to the green goods men and were pronounced genuine rubes The green goods were to be delivered the ljCxtdnJtoGrJnUd Richards accompanied the confidence men Gray being led ahead to return to tell Richards who had the Ienulne money that the game was on the square and he could go ahead and Invest The rest of the story Richards told Just before he left for prison When we went up I confes3 that I felt chilly I reflected about my fain ily and knew that I faced a desperate game There were two of then and one of me and J was going gainst their game We locked two doors behind us as we went to their npart hionts After the first one was locked I noticed a big chest In the ropin in which wo then were I rfuspcbted souse one was concealed In It After the second door was locked we could bear people talking In Vie next roqm liup posed they wore confederates r Of course we did not know whether It was entirely a swindle ora scheme to merely rob us of money Which we might carry Into tthe den They pjaccd a chair for mc in the middle of the room Visions of trapdoors flitted through wy mind and I Jerked the chair over to tthe side of the room so I could get my hack against the wall I had njy Jet hand In my trouserif pocket clutching the iiandle of a ro volver and I had practiced so that I could with a single movement lift m vest seize the handle of a 44 caliber revolver I carried JlnyIand iiocket jerk it to a level Finally we got down to business and they produced trie bogus money that Is jthejriwore in bogus pack- ageTkeuaek423 1 baia3a bon ifA Y Cellbletuver piIIS T41t j 11Ciswltlth1 f re biliousneSs r eYCqre jickheadachc C r setiftbrwa aio oflick br be 4IC XIN H A M 8 DYE black Use mQPUW UU r ucuagvisj A I 7 ra reuses mat aay ana waen tuny exhibited the whole gabf and were hoMing out their hands tetpuUed both guns find leveled them at tfiwr heads The younger mmm tkrewIup his hands 1n the air with a y a plea not to kill him The eMer Jump ed up and pufaed his hand In his pock et for Ids gua butt poked his ribs with my 44 and he slowly pulled out his I hands and held thin up I backed them to one side of the room and hud ed them handcuffs which 1 forced them Iltolo on1 their wrist And just at Giay burst 4nto the roomI thodoorsthoe gaged in ferreting out bootlegging cases and doing other official work for the government Richards had board ed while on his trips with the family of Pea Sullivan at Hamilton IaSul livan Is well past middle age while hlS wife Is no longer young 6nS day the Sulllvaus sold their farm for 2000 the deal being cou summated too late In the day for the I money to be deposited in the bank It was therefore hidden In a bureau That night shortly before midnight a masked man entered the Sullivan home leaving another on guard at the outside He demanded to know where the money was bidden The Sulllvaus denied having any but the robber with oaths informed them that he knew of the entire proceeding Tlien with re Volvers held to the head of the hug band the men placed a lighted lamp under the feetof the wife proposing to torture her untIl she disclosed the whereabouts qf the money At this juncture the Sulllvans gave in ron leased where the money was and Watched the taller robber take it The masked men ordered the Sulll vans to give them fifteen minutes start and leaped through the door Hardly had they jumped for flight when Sullivan sprang to tbew aU on which hung an old shotgun Opening the window he blazed away in the darkness bringing down ode of the robbers jivfth half his face shot away A crowdt quickly gathered foremost In It being BUI Richards who as an officer and as a friend of the Sullivan family took charge of the wounded robber When a lynching was pro t BE BLAZED AWAY IN THEDAUKXESS posed Richards averted it be demanded surgical attention for the man and himself locked him up refusing to al low others to see him The man proved to be Frank Baird whom Richards bad taken to the peal tentiary a few years before and who had been convicted on Richards testi mony A few days later Baird plead ed guilty and was sentenced to eight een years In the penitentiary Before he could be led away by Richards again he announced that he would turn states evidence and con tess all IJe solemnly swore that Rich arUs was the other masked robber who bad tortured Mrs Sullivan and had secured the money There was no other evidence Rich ards established a fairly good alibi The evidence was circumstantial In every respect save the confession of Balrd whose hatred for Richards was proved But on the first ballot the jury found Richards guilty and he was sentenced to the same Imprisonment as Baled tTben began a hard struggle in the RichIards hope of freedom waned At last came the final decision and Richards followed his prisoners to prison Vine Covered Bulldlne If as some say nlnctynlnd out of a hundred American buildings are COlD monplace or ugly It isu good thing to cover the walls completely but when we have a piece of architecture that Is a Joy to everybody Komethlng In which we can really takfc hrilevines should never be allowed to cover It entirely In such a case the meanly of the vine Is its aspiration its incom pleteness This is particularly true of tl beautiful church and the right rela tion of architecture and foliage in well understood In England but not Intbfil country except in Boston and a ew other con mnnltles Garden Miga zinc TJic Game of Quliitnln The gullPor quintain survIves only in the village of Onhaiu Green in Kent England HJd 80lliamed from an in strument used in tilting on hgrjieback with the lance U consisted cf an up right post surmounted by a crossbar turulng on u pivot which had atone end u fiat board and at the other a bag pf sand The object of the tilter was to strike the board at such a rate of speed that he would be past and out of the way before the bag of sand as it whirled round could hit him in the back Pleasant by Companion Old Hunks sitting for his pboti graphWeil aint you ready Whdt nrc you waiting for Photographer A little pleasauter expression please frs Hunks who Is standing at one felde Hes gQt his plcasanter expres youdlilutnolc IChICllgo Tribune K vexed Up Von Blumer While I was watching the ticker some stock I bought went 20 points In an hour Dlmplcton upJ yon made big money Von No I came out about even My wife ras at her dressmakers at the same titu ltee J IHPG COTS CemiRK list Favor Cteocl In Beth Mot and Cold Weather By n S SHAW Michigan During the past few years there has been a marked increase in the advocacy and use of cots for sheltering swine durjng thd entire year We are becoming convinced that under MlcbJ gan conditions with our rigorous win ters a combination of piggery and cots is more desirable for tile swine grower than either alone Tho cuts represent two out of the three forma cot now In use at the Michigan Ag lOt college Tlie first shown has been in use for some years A SIMPLE FOKM9P COT is desirable in that It is warm In win ter but objectionable In that jit provides little protection against the ex treme heat of summer It is also con sldeted a good form of cot for the brood sow to farrow In In moderate weather as she cannot He down close enough to the sloping roof tOj crush her pigs as against a wall A general mistake Is made in fastening this form of cdt permanently tp the skids or runners on which It Is hullt These are the first to decay and along with them the lower ends of the boards thus making repairs impossible even though the balance of the structure remains sound A separate pair of skids should be constructed for this or any other form of cot so that they can be replaced Its own weight will hold The cot in place on the skids while being moved The second cut represents a form of cot recently designed and now in use in bur hog lots It id 0 bJS feet at the foundation with the sides ridged perpendicularly three feet Before re calving the half pitch root boards The center boards on the sides arc hinged so that they can be swung ngIlow between inch boards The inner otumM boards project an Inch beyond J theJthe openings are closed The two ridge board are also hinged so that they can be opened during hot weath er These openings permit a free cr A MODE EXTENSIVE COT culatkm of air which not only lowers The temperature but greatly relieves the oppression of the pigs seeking shelter These openings close down tightly leaving warm quarters during the coldest weather The cots proper are ppported on skids to which thcy are not attached being held in place by the blocking of the ties across both ends A two Inch bottom Is used or not as desired This flooring is cut IIn lengths toftt crosswise and rest on the skids which are wider than the sills This form of cot is not desirable for the farrowing sow without the ad peftJenIher pigs ProbaM the chief objection to this structure are the expense of material and cost of construction It contains 100 feet stock lumber feet matched 20 feet 4 by 0 12 feet 4 by 4 t and 44 feet 2 by 4 and required two days labor in construction Raising Hair J r Market We wero talking to a wholesale grain and bay dllir here In AUaqta remarks the editor of Southern Culti utorlIe said recently The trouble with a southern farmer selling hay upon theopen market Is be cannot furnish any amount of a given quality If farmers will raise one or more car loads of No3 1 2 on 3 hay they can got the market price lIe was selling wheat straw at 10 per ton shipped from Tennessee jTlmotby is classed Ias Nos 2 and 81 and there is from to2 per ton difference In the grade Bee how it pays to have the best No farmer should attempt to sell hay that U not baled and put tIp In neat tight packages There are so many good hay presses made in the south and sold so reasonably that any farmer call af ford to own one He can make the press clear in one season on the ad vanced price be can get ffr balM hay over that received for tig loose arti tie It pays to bale your own bay It retains its nutrition better when com peeled in bales nnd does not get dusty IMPROVING THE POTATO Fresh Work on Litesft and Promis lug Lines In Vermont Burlington Vt The increasing eco nomic importance of the potato as an Article of food and lts seeming greater propensity to disease especially to thp late blight have resulted In a widespread Interest as to the best methods of combating the diseases affecting it For some years past as well as at present this interest has manifested Itself In the development of fungicidal sprays designed to hold In check or wholly prevent late blight More recently however Another phase of this study has presented itself that of develop ing a plant Immune to disease This departpre from the old methods Is largely due to the results that have been obtained along these lines with the cowpea aad cotton A belIef in the Importance of Introducing new blood into our cultivated varieties of potatoes and thereby In creasing their vigor has red William Stuart the horticulturist of the Ver mont experiment station to mst val uoble and Interesting work In this lineJrpt t he gives la a recent publication what Is perhaps tie first definite Information for the United SfcUM aa to the goltnjim CQLilpiOrSnnl irvariety trJm Urugiawmen mo unu so extensively written up lately as die ease resistant and also ot aome Mexi tan varieties In 1003 out of nine varieties tested Rut Proof showed greatest vine resist ance and Dakota Jted stood next In 1004 among twentynine varieties wfilch Included Buttons Discovery from England a Peruvian variety of tlOcornmon potato two common varies ties cultivated In New Mexico designated In the test as Mexican and Mon terey Solatium commcrsonll obtained from Dr E Hoeckel Marseilles France Solanum polyadcnlum obtain ed from Mexico In 1903 by the veteran hybridist Mr C G ITringle of the State university and Solanum stolonl ferium from the same soprce Results of Two Years Of the varieties tested for two sea sons Dakota Red showed the smallest amount of rot and with the exception of Rust Proof the best vine resistant qualities Of the accessions to the hInt In lOG the Mexican variety Monterey showed the best disease resistance of vine followed with Solanum polyade ulum Solanum commersonli Buttons Discovery June and Mexican in the or der named All of these varieties showed absolute freedom from rot when harvested All of the above men tioned Mexican varieties and species also Solanum commersonli produced but few tubers nnd these were not of DlscocrypoSsibly acclimated gave a very light crop of rather small tubers very few of which were marketable At present Mr Stu art does njt feel justified In recom mending any of the more disease re slstant varieties for ommerclal plant- Ing Xeir Varieties From 8eEd- Iu1003 a few plants In the varieties ffro were observed to remain green longer than the others Tubers from these were planted In 1001 As far as could be noted no Increased disease re sistant qualities wOre transmitted to the offspring of these plants nor did selection give any grcater immunity from scab A most Instructive experiment was conducted with 500 seedlings grown from naturally fertilized seed balls fills proved an object lesson In the ex treme vigor of some of the plants showing quite plainly that one of the best sources for increasing the vigor lies In the production of new varletlei from seed Proper fertilization and good tillage are also Important aids In Increasing the vigor and disease resist ance powers of the vine Latest IrapreaalonB Among tar Inferences from the work it appears that hybridization and the growing of seeding plants followed by careful selection seem to offer a more logical method of securing disease resistant varieties than does selection For Weeding Oulona No farmers boy enthuses over the back breaking work of weeding onions xx with natures tools only Nor v is he to be blum ed Where this crop Is largely grown for mar ket some of this bard work has been eliminated I by using wheel hoes and various mechanical de vices However I no Implement or rt combination of 1 lmp I1emen ts1 which will en tjrely do away with hand labor 1 has been found A convenientt tool now used In oxiox IWEEDETU nn leading sec tions is that shown in the accompany ing illustration and familiarly known as an onion weeder It has a wooden handle and is seven and threequarter Inches long The blade wlUch steel Is one and a quarter longIIwide and three and a halt inches With this men crawl through the on their bands and knees and take out tile weeds missed by the wheel hoe American Agriculturist iiore Ralabur One animal too rarely found on the farm Is the good brood mare Her 90 spring if from a good sire wlU always bring fair pries in the market and climatic conditions Intile southwest are almost ideal for breeding some classes of horses remarks an ex change THEWEARING OF SHOES A GtORl That la Alnioat aa Old ci the Rare Itself What is regarded as the earliest ret erence to shoes is found In the Old Testament where Aim bam refuses to take as much as a shoe latchct from the king of Sodom Among the Jews the shoe played an Important part In many social usages When buying or selling land It was cutitomary to de liyer a shoe and the act of throwing down a shoe on territory Implied occu paneyi The finding of sandals on Egyptian mummies proves that the wearing of shoes Is almost as old as the race Itself In Venice in the seven tenth century every lady of any prp tension to fashion or position wore what were called chopplncs high clogs or pattens to elevate them from the ground Thomas Coryat a traveler who visited Venice In lOll says ot them They are so common in Venice that no woman gocth without either in her house or abroad It isIu thing made of wood and covered with leath er in sundry colors some white some red sonIC yellow Many of therh are curiously painted some also of them have I seen fairly gilt There are sunny of these chaptnvysc of u great height even half a yard high and bj how inncH the nobler a woman is by so 1 much the higher are her chapineys fIl their gentlewomen anti most of supportCtllI not fall Chicago News SERPENT EATING SNAKE I A Venomous That Will At 1tAlOljlielpentsBurma Is among thp most Intcreatlug of our venomous suakcs and the only really aggressive member of the ophid lane readily attacking any man orIanimal that happens Its way female Is especially irritable during the season of modification and uu adult snake attains a length of from IswUtfang three inches in length and charg ed with a very powerful venom It will be admitted that Ophiophagus elaps Nul4 bungarus or serpentivorc as it Is also called is a foe that had better be avoided While being neither an arboreal nor a water spake the Ophjoubncu3 ejjio To Cure a Cbld in One Day Clnct T Laxative Bromo QumiBeT wet HWilla TWI CrW jiu us trees wito racliity ana takes Ito Ie readily swimming with gr af t1tpJInsnake the Ophiophagud laps alo car rica a hood the cobra but it is Reliev ed that the action of the venom is not quite so rapid Thesbortest period wjthln wli h it proved fatal to a fowl was fourteen njluutes while a dog expired lIh two hours and eighteen minutes Xichol son relates an account of art elephant which succumbed toa biteint three lionrs 4mrlta Bo r Ptrllc nia Duivy Day Cassldy Hello IIOws thmgk wUl you CaseyBusy5very busy mil- eassldyIs It soV Casey Ayo iShurc every time In at laysurc I hoi some thin to do Philadelphia Press DRAWING FINE WIRE blaniond niedsteI Wot Being Hard Enough Diamonds are used quite extepslvely as dies for drawing wire of thd small est sjzes for Instance the sides less than say twentyfive one thousandths of an inch diameter The hardest steel dies are not suitable for this work for the reason that the wear upon them so enlarges the die that the diameter of the wire is not tint formjwithln the required percen tage of Variation at the beginning audI end of a drawing Sapphires are uset sometimes for this work Copper silver and platinum are the metals usually drawn to the very small sizes With diamond dies It is practicable to draw platinum to a diametertfof five tenthousandths of an inch n idea of tIle fineness of a copper wire drawn to only three dnethousandthsj of an inch fu diameter may be gathered from the fact that in one pound of the metal there are over six miles of such wire The weight of the diamonds Used for this work Is from four to five carats and they are uncut except as tothedie- Tue value of these dies which of course are not of the first wajteil rIes from 15 to 20 a carat aiid sew oral hundred thousand dollars worth of diamonds arc utilized as diet+ In the various wire factories of this country alone Electrical Uelewc GEOMETRY JN BATTLE How Marlborough Won HIrf Great Victory at HnmlllleK f rTher bn the simple fact that the arc i4 great er than ItS chord when he vion his great victory at RamiUica The French army tinder Vlllerol was pOsted In an are on a ridge of hlllff Tlieir jeft ex tended to the village of Autre Eglise and owing to the steepness tof the hills anti the river and marsh in frqnt was In an almost Impregnable position Their forces swept round oil UltOl1 of cxltr jme right a height the village of Ramlllies known as the Tomb of Ot tantondJftirlborough saw that this height WAS Ithe key to the position He unit made a vigorous feint on Autre Egljse and so caused the French generals tb hurry in person to that point Then he moved large bodies of troops rapidly and se cretly along the chord of the ire and carried the position on theFrench right retenfprcemeuts by the longer HU of the Icure This Is easily understood whkjn It1s remembered that the chord of nu arc J- sIn straight line Joining the extremities an arc or twp points In a curve London Standard THE PERFECT FOOt It Is Said to He Found OnlxJ AMOBR t American Women r IDle American womans fotft is tim prettiest said the shoemaker 1It Is at oiuje slender and robust nndViry sui- Iple The Instep is high and beautiful In a word a perfect foot cliarmln snUnI blber soled shoe on a tennis courtor In a stout hobnailed boot on the site of the Juugfrau orthe Matterhorn The Frenchwomans foot comes next It Is long and slender kind eJe gant but weak no gxxl for service v iry ornamental n foot for sh w The Spanish foot Is small anjl its Instep Is high and arched HbreV too lerelsIa tendency to softness and In liter life totaL sbapeIly andstroijg It resembles the Ameri can foot only It s much bigger The English toot Is thein t1ewehI- it Is the limit It Is long It is pony It no Instep it wears its shoe Over on Ihns side Nowhere In the world will you find a race with such ugly feet as those of the KnglIshMInbpapolIs Journal Stevennon nnd Wallacf Sir Donald Mackenzie Wallajce jonce found himself at a club in Edinburgh where he fell uo conversation about Russia with a youth who iuJ forward some views In which he ioiild not acquiesce Oh snit this personage Ult Is all very well for you to fcay that you do not agee with me but I know nil nbMit It I have Jtist bepn review lug Wallaces Russia An l I have Just been writing itwas tin natural reply The former speaker llv 1 to be famous He was It L Steve son 1Sorrolucidrnt o curlng now hnd then It Is the woof which woven Into the warp of life hud j he who has not discerned the d vineucredneAS of sorrow and the firofound meauintj which Is oourcilpd In pain has yet to learn what life is4K W Robertson ITypocrlujr Hypocrisy Is folly for It ts much easier safer nail the 1hhif which a JenRnnterlbe than to keep up the be- Ing what he Is not Ji jlClgb Soniediuc Ethel Mamma why is the vflfe of a lord called Lady Mamtna Because that Is her title Ethel nut c4ntpeo- pie see that shes ailady wjthom being told soTown and Country IAvarlce1 passIon of those lives of which the first part has been quandered In pleasure and the second devoted to ambltlonL John 80n IIEven an cJectric button wont accom plish much unless it Is DushedtPhlla Celphta Record s LLiC4 J p JOHN SHUCK MCELROY jUei Wdhe r 5ij MeEIroy- InsurancB WhaHon Y r S Re i Estate Agcufi 4L flJFire Life andd Tornadal8uf ttnct t Land Sold qn tGjipissictf i l t t t jffice over Peoples Bank p Pboic 14 ti LI r KEEP COOL L i And have Eeace in the Fam1y1jIL In order to do this you I i sUpply yo r home with sont mof our HOT BATH Ell Im mti COMEOBPS t AGOODO1LSOVE iI171 li Is now considered almiost arieces ItSlti in warm weather anld thereI are H1 nOn to equfllour prec loH Wlc essfijil1 i Blue Flame ve rave it in three sizes IiII t t m3J t lt ltand RefFigerators CrE1 nice things i tohave in warm eather We halllledtthe best Try our Wonder Freezer Ji AbSOluteyth beet on the marke i We J have a nice line of refrigemtors to se lect from in several sizesat9 values tf We make a leader jf theSitkaonebfkl the best madejf J i t 11tf tiIizLf Seefus about tin roofing and plumbing J- I i I j McElroi Shulti tdt IQ J s r Uo I Peoples Deposit BankSPRINGFIELD KYj f t1iI i J ORGANIZED DECEMBER 188 j Capitall50s000 t tt Surplusand rofltJ1 2OMM c OFPICERS Geo D Robertson President to Hi lhurmaBtYiccPr dent J A Boulvrarc Cashier C astof McCbeid 0ii tant Cashipr HJC Lee BopjicKeeper 6 DIRECTORSGee D Robertson I H ThurmarT W U GrahaiBj GrJ ft J r L Haydon J W Satterly T M Blanford f f t Patrons pJoy every privull g ugu yexteriijed by relia1i i i t t well equipped Banks Prospcttve depositQrs re invited t wrjte r t in person IeIecall J9 J JZJ5CJ4I4 j t OJ AN OCEAN ENIGMAt Hy torjr of the Fate of the Crew the Ship Marie Cele te UndoubtUy the most extraoVdinayy o the mysteries of the sea is the flte of the crew of the ship MathI Celeste a more fantastic creation np pftrently than Jovellst eicr wove Shp Jjejf t New York In 1SSI for Europe her IJppsouol being thirteen Including the captains wife and child Two weeks hjtcr a British bark sighted her hi tin AJtlautlc There was no sign of life bard- A boat was sent to her and almost exhaustive search proved lifer t1l e as silent ha till tomb na desert cns a penthouse yery thing wits Iui place even the boats at the davljs Tin hull was undamaged the Carr untouched RIggliig and spars were intact tho sails were lIset The cevs weekly wash hung above tiie itoretastle an awning covered the poop Hlnnaclc and wheel and rudder were complete The sailors kits dud dln nbrs were seen in the forecastle In a williToi the table a halt eaten meal The c iVonouieter tlejketl undisturbed in the jiiartroom the cash4ox was unrjfied TJhe logbook posted to wlthlii forty sIght hours of the visit showed the passage to have been favorable the ships appearance proved tljere Jiad been no storm Evidences of a striig fe or plracj or murder there were none Yet thirteen people hart dteap jppared as It spldtetl away by some euppnintnrul agehcyri anti from that dhy to this the mysjery has never been unraveled though the TJfllted States jtoveruntent spared no effort to solve ltVr McUrathiuMcClures Maga rluc i IlIAN EMpERORS FURY Innl of nua nIaM Order to Hlir Rejrl Ifluent of jHor e CSnnrilK On one occasion during a parade of horse guards the Emperor Paul of r tiRsia was extremely dissatisfied with iic nnuincr lii which the trobps per firmed their evolutions At length aft er n more than ordinarily stupid blun der on the part of the trooijs the 6nq c uld stand it no longer und he diJtcrv mined to preside over the drill In per sbu The troops were well riwiirc that ccars loniper WItS Oil th6 verge o bubbling over and the knowledge Bt unnerved fhen that ttijnga went from bad to worse ifntll at unit a Wander su penenpd a blunder In whlc qlHecra and men bharoil alike wblcli proved the climax Galloping up to tho disorganized lines and reining up his charger it thetI head livid wltji fury which hd uolon scr ttcmptednp uifpresss Paul gave vent to Jlie follawhi original and ef lothj1 l compo ureanddr ItT wheeled to tis jright u started off then and there r on their terrible imirch Into exile 1811 the time thqr had flrrlvcd At i poist Iuituwonyst jiiaVcfl limvlngetl jrrera t ifie r11r down swift couriers Wejj ll piit Aeff after the oflied gaardft with Mwn Jrf the Iniperlh iicmcncy aMjfce troop 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