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I iIWII EST4BLISffI5D Ulnn1l1 i I i lI =1ei II Nli 4 l 11c71New T j SericsVol l xII NTo 26 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON t Ou TY KENTUCKY JUNE 2t t IO5I si4ip d j P1I ANDEMALMERSI Jr hiMfir In ttock all kid of PIppIiH PHONE 1 OUR DtfiECTORY I 8PJtINGtflEIp county seat of Ya fciiigton Cisiy 52 wiles south eftt trf Lexicon 59 mites from IxMtisvinon Bardstown branch of ioiiivil1eand Nashville railroad in a lliRlCasd agricultural t district Tr0jBank telegraph and telephone UneB exptress office flour mills lumber iL far4s Pbpcafion 1100 population of 1Nt1 uty 15000- JtSfHesentative k iti Congress Hon D H S4ithr Hodgenville Ky j keprescafative la Keutncky Legis JI latitre Hon WD CUybroofce Representative In state Senate HonI Harry I racaster Lebanon KyS i IGsuyJIrtory t CIRCUITcOTJR- TCrcuItourtbgiPS on the fourth Febriary May and OctoM wday llWr t I H Thurmari Judtj 4 R L Durham Commonwealth At fl e1irMCarnpbell Clerk in G teachnian Master fjotnmlss f QUARTERLrV COURT I Quarterly CourtcU held on the third- S jt ndaylneack i 6nth + Bl rittcAv Ttiilire t 4 4sCOUNTY COURT LountyC irt meets on the foprth Monday In e ch meuth ii L11tseyJndgeIW F Ifooker County Clerk t f TS Mayes County Attorney GeorgCatletfJailCr t t Lyrotrproake Sheriff t t Richard Isham r Kidney RH nett DeputLIri Ed Maters SJame5sS4S Moore County Surveyor J I Rbyalty Assessor 3 P Bryan Deputy j II Uobcrt Noe Treasurer j Jp M liitintgoraery Coroner J V5Bush Supt of Common J SehoollP O Springfield LJCITY COURT t U tJI- Jam sRNbf Police Judge p JLiSi jJ MirnUa 4 Attorney W F 9rrgsbyCity 1yi JUSTICE COUKT j r i r Jntice Qourts are heIdJannarji a April July and October QI iChurch Diietory METHODIST CtlURCH RevJ CXHoskinSon Pastor Ser n the1ir t and Third Suudavs r d in each mouth at 11 a m and 730 iniim nr IISundarSelio every Sunday at f1 jPrayer meeting bvery Vedncsday JfBight 9 AT CHURCH RevP F Hennessay Pastor Ser Sundayat 8 and 10 oclock- a vices every w ScrviccsatStKis ame hours CHRISTIAN CHUKOT Rev W T Waiaen Pastor Service second and fourth Sunday in each mouth iiLI J tPR1BYTE1U45 CHURCH Rev T D timer Pastor Proachink every Sunday at 11 am Sadd at 7 pm Sunday school every ctSalUdayit 1am Prayer meeting eyowfbuljsdav evening at 7 oclock r BAPTIST CIIURH Rev ni HarriBon Williams Pastor Preactirtff every Sunday at 11 ani- aiul 7 pmSnd3y SchoolSeverv Funday at 930 itr Prayer meeting every Tuesday veiling at 745 oclock j Fraternal Order MASONIC LobGB Springfield lodge fo 50 meets lixht and third Mouday each Dionlh- Washington R A Chapter No 57 rees every second Tuesday Springfield COuncil No52 meets on irrrv fourth Mdhday tKwrjllTS of Tmt MlCAHRRS Meet LaLa b aori rj iurr FOLEYS KIDNEY CURES Wilt cure any = Kidney that ii fiotr felfcdiler dieaae hs rochol inedici- nSPP4beyou4 P TO OlE I 8pI I VIttIa as Z4II- I W wr z i r 2 I TBAty j Y I WLEADLR1 iT Ii1iI= I o 555 i Our 1dyi7- S VvVGilUlan Baltimore American You fromBostonT You have scares us with your bloodshed bugaboo You havedreained about aTvorldwar that would start and neer get through You have trlexl toftnake us tremble with a grisly fear i I Lest a universal nflict on the land and sea was near You have held our Teddy up to usas jMightj 1 a smirch of gory grime Butof late have you discoveredhe in sists that war must cease that hes strenuous as ever when he sets his head for peace Have ou noted with some writer you tfhouJiltn y for you ariwsei That thebra v tare theender s Jhen comes the test that tries Have you noted that the daring are the lovlngjwhen it comes To a philanthropic movement bidding cease the marifal drums Sh9uld a war clopp hotet over fair ColumTiias wide domains nejwho started Bt would surely get a drubbing for his paimi But with Teddy at the hem the worlds respect must aye inf crease Hes sssfrenuous as ever when he sets his head for peace mOB CCO GROWERS The movements of the Burley Tobacco Growers Go Jtowards perfecting its plans started last ypar towards controlling the burley tobacco crop this year are Joeing watched withi interests Conflicting reports have been ent5 out from Lexington and Cincinnati regarding the successor failure of the Growers cOol An article which has been going the rounds of the press was sent out from Lexington last week to liQ effect that the plans of the Growers Co to reorganize this year lad fallen through This it seems is at least pcImature and the promoters of the- Grwers Co say that instead of failing the prospects are bright for the success of the plans this year The Kentucky Observer flLexingtotfl organ of the Burley Tobacco Growers says in denying the report Because our organiza tion has nothing for publications no reason that the leaders are idle At 1he last meeting held here May 27 a committee was appointed to revise the plan then offered for controlling the comingcrop There were many weak points iin the plan and the committee has been diligently at rk since Every advantage woo be takenof the dearly bought perienceof the past two years and the committee proposes to keep its own counsel until every detail is completed lThen and not until then Will any grower have an opportunity to refuse to sign the contracts etall this newspaper talkto hilinterestedhil thiS1tobacco of the mpvemeat as they occur tr OOD WORK The CityI VDC authorities are conjunction with a few private citizens who are directly inter ested and are putting in several Ofltright direction and wlych irexv tj having a regular sewer sys tern for the town is probably The next best thing to do If Spring 111 I11 continues to grow however sewer question must necess arily be met and solved To put 1011thable outlay of money but the time will come when provision essaryllexpeiu1itures tnematterjIfacitizens who have the good of the community and the prosperity of the town at heart v CASTORIAI Ter Inataatt Ckix- eLiYiAsAsIMTin ttJ Big State fair The Kentucky State Fair to be heM at Lexington September 1823 next wiirbfc theb ggest and the best fair eves held in the SouihA premiumlist 8ggre- hating 25000 will be offered thus insuring the highest class ofIeyefbeenelected aud preliminary deV arranged aud the mauage fin is now devoting itsejf to the activework of pshing the big exjibiton Kentucky hs held two pre viofsState fairs one at Louis yule in 1902 and one at Owens bro in 1903 The first was scarcely a supcesp the second an rutlerlfailure This year hew eyer located at Lexington the Teenier of the agricultural and jive stock interests of the State tl e far iis almost certain to prove a inner It will be managed by a Board of Centre composed ol five directors of the Kentucky Live Stock Beeder Asscriati n and three representatives of the Lexington Chamber of Cum Amerce This board lmet Jast arIrnngpmentsAnchorage president of theof Kentucky lave Stock Breeders Association and dire of the fore most breeders of Shorthorn cat tie in the South was chosen as president George A Bain the most itaioua auctipneer of trot ling horses in the world was elect d secretary J Wailer Rodes cashier of the Phoenix Nationall Bank was made treasurer anJ The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder published at Lex ington was named as official organ of the fair Offices have already been opened ar Lexing on and 1oth ngwillbe left un done from this time forward to make the fair the greatest possi ble success Salv Peuelraiedttlie That PeWits Witcb Hazel Salve pene trates the pores of the sfein and bjr itrf antioepUc ruLifocient and healing in ilucnce it subdues inflammation and cUre boils burns cats eczema tet ter ring worm and all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding Itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazel Salve j made by E C DeWitt Co al dsold bv all Druggists 225000 After one of the moss success ful seasons in the hi tory of the Continental Tobacco Company at this palace the house was closed Saturday The company bought from the farmers of Mercer county about a million and ahaJf pounds of tobacco and the amount of money paid out for it foots to nearly 225000 The upI ninejcentsvery f ir price Mr Thomas Starling head re ceiver rfor the hpuse here stated to Democrat thai that more tobacco was rpcfciveu and shipped from Hart dsburg than in many years and the quality was better which indicated tha tlie farmers weie giving more attention tot the cultu o of the weed each year Us ajso said that from what he could ascertain a still igr ater acreage had been put out this ycar TLe tobacco businessll a very andIbrlngs any other ourceH r rodsburg Democrati Notol but It It if no secret that for Cuts SoresIsore r Arnica Salvecelt didnt take JOg to cure bal soreI had and Ilt jsalll 0K for sore yes- wrijs p D L Gregory of Hope JTexf 2ocat OJ Haydon Phar ICYf Lacked Many Years AnoJd irrn safe belonging id Judge W F Owsley of Burks jville which bud teenuedby him in Sis tank at that place during the war and had since old1hiuildIrg en account of the key being lost SfiK n d by Judge OwIevs son W F Osley Jr ona Oday this wtek and found to contain 2000 in gold a gold watch and bait a gallon of whisky says the Glasgow Timcs Just ovv llong the safe had been lbcked no on knows but those familiar with Judge Owsjpys business say it had not been opnedduriiig their rccolleciion which runs back to the close off the war Judge Owsley has many rriends and relatives in Boyle and has visi ted here on several occasions He is the grndfatfierof Mrs J Ed Allec und iis ninetyihree 3 earsold Danville A d vocata ACreepiDEe Deatli Blood poison creeps up to wards the heart causing death J E Steams Belle Plaine Mine writes that afriend dread fully injured his hand which swelled uplikebHood poisoning Bucklen Arnica Salve dre out the poison healed the wound saved his life Bet in the world for urgs and sores 25- catCJHaydOnsthug5tore 4 At Older End The project for the Courn bia Lebanon Interurban Electric Railway has not fallen through although things have been pretty quiet about it for a while said Mr R D Ison to the Democrat Wednesday President Azbill is now coatoff and hard it work with engineers and surveyors locating exactly the line between Columbia and the Cumberland river That was one of the hard sections to cover being thinly populated and unable to help mush in a financial way and at the same time rough and costly to survey They have been having a hard tome finding a good way to get down to the river But they will accomplish the feat and get d ne with the work down there about July Jst Then the road rlyertoLebauon positively secured excepting one or twa little farms that will cut no figure So youjsee Mr Az bill iis getting doVn tto real bus ness and it looks like there is little doubt that the road will to built from the rivrto Lebanbh at lust When he iis done with his present ttsk 6f planting tho othelend of the road Mr Azbill will come up here loaded w fch facts and details and will ex pect our people to do business think the only question in it is whether this end of the line will come to Harrodsburg and Bur gin or go to Danyille And that is for the people themselves to deermme L know conditions favor our terminal but if tile people of Mercer will not show a spirit of enterprise and pro cure the right of way then Dan ville may and probably will step in and get the road is saidthat Presiden Azbill has an Understanding with the Southern Railway people and that jthe Hairodsgurg Burgm track and the Burgin terminals will be turned over to the new road on the most favorable terms provided the people here wil come up to the demands of the financiers and procure the right of way to this pointHarrods buag Democrat Bilious Bill the slcep lead Dearly loved lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook him Vhen his slumbers overtook him Suddenly hestrted waking Rvry uiorri whenday was breaking Vbats this magic necromancer KAULY RISERS thats the answer Sold by all Druggists Mr Hawkins Denies It W B Hawkfns entered an em phatic denial last night of he pnoliijhed reports that efforts to finance the defunct Tobacco Growers tompany had failed The purpose of the organization which fell through lastyear be- causeof a failure to get it fie Lanced was to get control of the Burley tobacco crop An effort has been on loot to leorganize the company and it was pub lished in several newspapers that the effort had been aban doned Mr Hawkins stated to a re porter for the Herald tlfat a com mute is now hard at worlrand if there is any intimatlonof an in tention ta abandon the efforts he knows nothing about itLex iv glen Her d1 Pleasant Grave 1 Miss Nannie Thompson has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Lebanon Messrs John and Richard Kelly of Valley Hill were here Sunday Mr By on ParlthwiIl goto Boyle county Wednesday ch buinssSMr F B Leachman and son Theo are visiting Miss Ntomte Lgchman Mr Sanlod Vanarsdale and ivife came from Owensborro last week to attend the funeral off his sister Graham tAn abundance of ram has been falling in this ccmmunity lor the past week Mrs Mattie Gregory and son will visit at the home ot Jj F Gregory thiafweek Mr Tack Gil lahan a Louisville Gypsy is the guest of Mr By On ParksSMr Buford Neikirk and ife spent Sunday with Mrf Nannie Leacbmin Miss Rena Yankej is visitfng friepdsin Lexington this week- Mr Walter Baktrr aad siStert Lizzie visited friends here the fist of the week Walter has been In the West for about two years A TRIBUTEs On Wednesday morning June 21st the homa of Mr and Mr s S C VanArsdalewas visited by t je grim messenger of Death who took avay their beautiful daughter Graham She had been ill scarcely two weeks with that fatal dsease typhoid fever when the summons came for her tj appear before that higH tribu nat where ono day all humanity will be called to give a true llC count of their stay upon earth- S e lived a Christian life of 21l summers becoming a devoted memo r of the P esbyteriafl church in her childhood and in the choir cf that church in Ploasant Grove a place is vacant that cannot be refilled at home a gentle voice has ben silenced a most brilliant light has van ished that cheerful spirit and idol of the home can never be r paceJ With her friends and acquaintances a flower with all ofr its beauty attractiveness and ragance has been plucked and in its stead remains ony a sad remembrance She was one cf tbe countys most popular young Uniiabledislposition by scoe presence trouble and darkness faded in light and joy Too sad that she should be called so young but Gods will bedone As a reward for her Christian life she will be Yel med from this sin cursed world by three sisters and a brother to wear a robe of snowy white and sit upon a throne of gold in a land where sorrow and death are unknownTwiNIkwayMeN Details of the robbery of J A Morgan 1204 East Broadway of the firm of J T Morgan Co were made public for the first time yesterday The robbery occurfdat Oakdale Station on the Thirdstreet line Tuesday night when Mr Morgan wagl held jap at the point of a pistol by two masked mea and relieved of a diamond an open faced watch 1X in money and order books Mr Morgan is tow in the South and the robbery was A iyersIDo you like your thin rough hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why UairVigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beiutiful heads of bait hats the whole story SbJtf for 80 years JIIIICtfretoHae he Uh to till hftlr sd clp M the iae ulIelrlhlC a sp2ediii drturus J1VTATUXX UJaLT IN5b JcinRco AP4iilr1nrt11 l W akHrr n1fr11m19A1TrS made known by his brother J T Morgan dfrJapdIni for a car at the Oakdale station about 11 oclock in the night when he herd a vofce behind him ordering him to throw up nil hinds He at first picf no attention but when the ordgr was repeated he looked around to find himself confronted bjf a masked man who presentecha belicrtheWayinan went through hU cloth jng the first still coverfug him with the weapon Mr Morgan wished to kJBp the matter quiet and it was not reported to the po1iceLos ville Herald J 10 Tine Plislciais IftaWt M lilkiO- m W L Yancy Paducahi Kjf wrjtes 1 had a stvere case of kidrifj disease anh three of the best phy ician in Kentucky treated me without suMI then took oleya Kidney fore The first bottlel gave immediate refiefjati4 three bottles cured me permanently IgJadlyrecommendthia word rfu remedy For sale by The Red Cbesa Drug Stuie iIoai1f1y t As he was driving down Miri street Saturday mirding 4r Torn O Phillips horset bece frightened anstartedt jrun and as it turned the corner around Murrey sj drug s pre ihbrfltonGraham lug his aim and otherwise iut andjbruised him severely Tbej horse then ran into a dart ipn Market street anstoverturaedttie buggy ta which it was attactyetl throwing Mr Phillip oUt aid badly bruising his hip and lg When this happened the hciHe turned toward Mr Will Fowlffs shop where it ran into a rdwagon and tljen jit turned direjiilyj across this stre t and ran Intiy a wire fenca ofrer whichhe iff 11 landing OB his backin the iifcr drnoThe hokse was severely cut by the wire andin the ttou ble the bJiggy was made a total wreck A negro who was in jibe buggy witb Mr Phillips jumps when the horse started and jirs sightly injured falcon LO1 BTsPaClre igests all classes of food toaea iaail strengthens the stomach asd digestive organs Cures dyspepsia lndlgesLos- stomach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength 1oJOI Djrspepsia Cure rebuilds woTBoul tie su8 GOY G W Athiasoa ol V- aaaysI have used a avmberof bot ties of Kodol Dyspepsia sure asdihave found it to be a very effective aad indeed a powerful j refoedy forstomach aiiZDentLvrecounendit t4 my friends Sold by all Drugg1ts1- WlIgNsV- alley Hill cor to News Leader Wild onions are one of the most annoying plants or Weeds now growing on Kefituekysfsoil- and it matters not how particu lar a farmer may be he cannot help but have a few of this annoying plants on his farm The cows delight in eating the tops of these plants and the taste and smell is transferred to jthe milk and butter which taste no man woman or child cai endure this one feature Iis enough to con vince anyone of their horrid nature Then they KTQW in the grain which the grain dealers positively protest against and the m1er does not wih to grind wheat that is filled with the seed as it notonly ruinii tha tj flour but many bushels beiiklea tboutthemof this nature tiny not seem practicable yet in very wet weather no one can do much farm work and then is th0 time to get advantage qf the onions tike time and go arond andpull them up root and all ThU will if kept up steadily eradicate them and in a ewYKr your farm will be free from thepe ti which will steadily increase If left to grow The KIM is IftpplJ cable to the common bvrrs it are very annoynf witfciwrstt mane and tail as well aft altttpa wool and cow tai- lsTstIANftT J Take Laxative Ire M QvUaif TabS ltL All r ffiete ref i th HM- fltfaila ta care X1f Qrovei ij natuDe Is on each box iki OIiIl m nuunh U 1t IOfLOGJLIliNTEBESt I ol 1 rt t1 I 2Sn FROMANThe LioiiEntr- priee in giving aa account of the death of Mrs Frornaa says JIn the death of Mrs Elmlra Froman relict of the late Isaac Proman which occurred at her home in the Pleasant nun Heigh bprhood 6a the 13th instant one oj the pioneer women of Wash ington county te removed from our midst Mrs Froman who prior to her marriage WasElmira Bkrbour was born Vin Washing = taD county 01 the 17th day of Dec 1825the was daughter of William Birbonr who was a son of Ambrose Barb nrta joldier ihe war of the Revolu Uop and came from Virginia to Kentucky Her mother was ML Jane Walker of Boy lee anly before her marriage to William Barbour Elmira Bafcoour was educated at Bardltownmakin- ber r hone with the celebrated Ben iJardin lawyer who washer uncle by marriage aBdtoi WhOM faaiily sne lived for set eral years She was married when tiuite young as thtadatf will show to IacFromllD in 1841 a man of the stricter in tegrity and of great worth in the community in which he lived av an upright honorable citizen He was ior many years a de cof in the Baptist church Heiis HbtyremimberedbtaDY of our older citizens He was an uncle of or most excellent Cir cult Judge Bon Isaac Thurman for whom the Judge was named FILTHY WATEaIhe follow ing complaint explains itself Filthy water iis the prime cause of many cases of typhoid level adilrre1izdangerous and out of many se vere cases several deaths may occur Why beaio Ute tnas teas of any school allow the only conveniet water supply to be cotne a filthy nutsaace This question cocqe to the writer after taking a look into the well ul the Valley Hill District No 54 which is and has been for severall months lull of reptiles oirdV and rabbits This is no way for a well to be treated aad it seems that although not at well fixed as should be it is al most impossible for so many thins to accumulate in tba single well ft is very mvsterjous indeed Yet we do not wish to Cltarir suspicions they are in there and the question is how did they gt lhereWlll I edo not wishHpi dictatet to any e bit hope some of the trusteesOl- ths district will without delay prepftre the well for 5ume bvfore the fall term of school begins Aad if that is not done our htorable superintendent will kindly see that it is done 1 wish toy to the tmstee oJ jJiitrict No 54 that the sooner thjt well w ckaned out sad cemented sea- a food pump put therein the windows to the school robcn and the other side covered wijtk new shingles the sooner they will check the dittarbance about fto fJeM Pkoae notice this everyone who intcreated A FRIEND WATER SpourM W F A FOOLISH FLAN Sm sIttwe1eeaversrp4 Coupthnh the iskofiob- XuNi 5k IOM 01 eNM Mid aw3ia iaysrioa Jfill tscst 1aaMo othsi = iNl aad p otir sI a- tW IOItJifet JIaK tiMII rob1t el tlf 1Owd5ithbsieMa i llffltlil at itw look wea Mt Sflbk7dW0- Ia fWtiIw tiiit- cwjmt aLa ast be MW w s s 1 Ges 1 11511IMe ftt1tzfM ebyoO W1t t t i JBIlIRTj ION jt r YR to r tihf j- l k i a f f l j fI r E p et rq tf ppTalty a wellknown ciUen of j ijHe Bortbrh parLor tllisoowetTS- id the Net Le4r seal ott ij lloodayand toid of abe Y r rain ntornt whkjh tielted thtcMtntncity oti 15tThWray Ktoraing Mif Royalty says tTIkDowni of the oldkt iDMhaftd i amounted alnaott to a waterspout hitL itsesisthattlie fcev T 4t fall was coned te a conaparatr iiirely small Urritpry A ltecreek got coWptettly ont otJU t OMiks and sept away It ifcrops tree i ad alnftUvtereryi thinginits bourse The land as badly waebed4 aD4 great r damage was qone in ttbe ir ikSi valley 11 tIi ORGANIZEDrTP 5baa nnI Coaittee for Waefeinftei e6unty 1 TU organized at a nwttinf 4pt a f few of the Ie4dinx tlbUcuof the ooenty wbemei iim tows v t tf lofl f jhance existed fera RipebikasSjicket to win ia the coenty this all and a ticket orateit part jf OIHS willba nanedat s eitingSof the com mi UK to be held Cait Jnly 22nd tThe oonaniittee M nade up is as follows WjMk KMling Brush Gfdvej W L Jenkins WillwburfjJllqoyle i l Pottaville W1 fl5 Lay Hendrenr G W B rneifc North W B Sutberlan4 Kellys shop JT v t JLester Mackvilte G VfCQtYlnt t j E Whartop and Will Smith ii from the SprinfieW dwtf ct Rocker Filatras Fredericks town Butler Barlow Moorf fIyulei l G W Colvini wa electedI lJcHairman aoet W B SetB erJand eQretsrlof the coniinitWe ii 1 i i rr- SMALL CROWD T1M crowd f in town on taet Mo iky wp JlO 1jP hape the ffnMJleai county courtii ilti day fatberifi n SprimfiieW b1bad fo ysarL There were goof r reaeods fpc ti M and tfc farwers bf the cottnty decerTf credit lort ltj itayiojp at 1e and ferfoi c ioHi exceptional1j1syi tTlRe tOt thi J4 farmers Weatneedd cutting 1 badlyr thebirve l tJ MJt del iyed by tbje raiM and corm i and tobacco need working u 1 J just at this t Aetbere skonli b t tl i ltf1eWeh probabjy thoigbt ttet ilhtJ a JtJ days flrtlmeans that nieay oft days of i reet later 0Ii1 Tf F i 1 mtfcixil 45S1 l1forprtt t r1severalf j recaptured iOlOb1IiifJt turned to tb priaot oat t WI r of three yw bji He has niM1e p blic tb y f j by which b MOt which iIIi 1 11 deedeeeiae very simple now at f Mlf Cst i in 4e jtcelli tMofj cnk 1ys pter1ii f CIraDCtdniibt onwiucb be eecaped be 4Wu jpil of lt r JorJ i t lJfdOCXt the Hard that Qari wee LoIand be wa jno twniled t f ISometime cluigl Oert s5itbiIt Jl nfc hiig i plaoe and skd the wall Bk ij striped p wete ed fsad aie egored t so once oalneie DC bed j 2ig4i troU Iin oMeJamnB iItI j otWr cost Be made his way r iainbt to GeorKtHown where 1 hebrkf4tsVuek a tL1 M t li 011I jafj ssttnwbiiMworkdsadS 1 IO Iii abilnrn wen toot wotcel t unwiiockioif np tin thai nifb MwartriA1 Mm tee awafyim of a wbote 4711 whicb manSmikn between bnd tie miokxa oi the bbOaI h feltw4UIdbrtoworktSbJetomQ cnwI4se Io bb sister ad theyont lIyIIdbbis reea tivsZy Journal o i r r THE MWSLEADE 7L f IUWD ZVXZTTXUUDAY i At SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE r i iiPRDIGEIELD Ys JreMrr tt Lietior 1tl1tlnwS notlccst lOCH1 ts pe t lea bubseqaenttfl1UU L it Call ac QdidAte sud politlcai matte 3 4 eDtsperifl 4 g g 4 i Job work fS dost at t 51ntcjS1 ttt1cte5i J At1frttllac coBtrctsmade llberaJj- BfK11 L J t 3bwlw sad TMoInttons of respect Is perils AXO 1NGtXX TCIyMrg3tratf84 t t J 131l1r r7 irij 4t t DatrIeOCeS i t JT i THURSDAY JUNFi 29 I90S t l FaikaNiSPrJRIS f l44Ijr 1fregla to report bus v r B Ie Kuy s much better JottnJ WSatU rly was in voui town oo business Monday MkV Addie Keeling is t1 pto Bnt giwst of Mrs Jant siftrcy at yoir torn this week AiiiEthel Rogers cf Fcn t wjcK inlMeach the fcchocl at tbisplaoe this teip aMihs Emma Wellsls visUing att tIiA H nmptlpr sister Mrs Ed j YOO1HL this w er Jf Mr Mitt Uacnraan a yoniif S y man of Litsey was in ojr wIde t Sunday last There was a good attendanc at church here Sunday morning iilIearRev Summers preach Alo a large crowd inthe after ouat Sunday school Mr George Shirley and wife of Pleasant Hill wele vsiting 8 0th home of Mr Mnrk Crouch d Mnd wife at Willisburg Sunday fa We are very sorry to repori Mr Bob Williams very sick withl Ic typhoid fever We would be KIIId io hear of b recovery soon Tlere is a large crowd at tthe hotpljit present and they are e j ptctiHg a great many m He by Thursday i Thursday night ia foe annual hop wliich generally attracts alRi e crowd Itseems that some one was 8 fraul that the rain might injur the wheat so there wouldn bn enbuph f r them so they visiled the mill at this place Fridav night and laid Im a large supply of four and meal Such call ouht to Le seen into LItle Asa Burn tie grand ROT if MTV SSilas ArmRtrong had a vPrvnarrow cape from beine drowsed one day last week He wA8 dipping water from aIarg TXaU auu JllD hut as a neiahk1 hit by E astts Couli r was near by rescued hfm in tune tto i tirfve his lire We have rain arid aplenty the la weekj Some think it has heena injbry to the hat vesting Jftrops hut as provWencit dispen 7 ges wewlll have iu abide Whi 4 fi hits injured some wheat ithrts been a benefit to other I rJ i 4wgpl v Aq ndws iisscnrce wil1 close mv uninteresing letter ihs week aid Will uv and do better tine even if this falls in th waste Q4tN but law exp ctinjj toreadsome very interesting lel ters any way from o her place vvjncti ar KltVu ood v jI THYACINTH 7 Fj LIackvIIe f T It is nice ani pleisant after s o much rain Wheat harvest avttif over and we hope it will not be damaged very much on accjunc of the wet weather 4Mr E tVtcr lift Monday aferouh for Denton Texas hiis Iowe after sptnding about tell lays with his relatives here They all enjoyed his Visit ver 1 much He came on the excur otO the reunion wiih th Texas party then came cn he e TLere were quite a number of MVxsins who took advantage of the excursion rat s and visited theirold bome JMv Andrew Mc airldge aid Miss Kay Sillee were visitin Mackvilie tiuoduy ffrOm Hurl jdfc bur M rJ L Hayd9 and wife with his mother M rs Shew waker for a while from Indian apols Miss Nell Haydon and Mrs Fannie McMullen are at home 1riiIII the cny RPV WIld ns horse died Sat urday night at Charlie Tumeys i fI He wftson hiiaY toSpringlield win his appointment Sunday Ha brother and wife tmet him iu Mackville and took him home 0 rtl r m J cJn ridgpAl are with her jbrrMrs V1L Arnold thi- t vAcW The nock iis progressing n J MI the newcbutch They bar I JNtd the TOOf put on and wE MOlt be ready for the msde pork J cKr Tayor and daughter cIff ftare vl itlng his daugh Rev and Mrs Todd I 1 c l4r W Lambert and wife c atorn SiUrday from Lou k v R1vlourn is in fca wMk or two lfJl rJ1lia andIUj I a 11nM t jIo i4sgk no1 e ii hriIPijj j nttJ Jijp tCiH L t o cfoCk I wj f inn6jI News FiimTjicCOffl1ty1it 1111- b Happ1nit I the cunty People U as Reported by our Correspondents iftftft ftftftnnft nftnnnRftftnnn4n u = rA Two VallefHIIijj nlkeus feet good and he broad happy grin is visible on all the farmers who were foJI1e hat ofj- hind with their work on account off the spring droutb Miss Addle Lee Pile has re turned 10 her home it this place after a brief visit torelatiifis in Marion county Mrs Margaret Offut has pp turned home after an extended y sit tn relatives in lh iaeiuiiqe Hall vicinity Mrs E L Goatlev spent Tues day with Mrs W F Moran RL Goaliey a wif vIsited relatives in Springfield Sunday Messrs Richard and Louis Kelly who have been attending collee at St Marys Kansas returned Friday to spei d their yacatiott with their mother at their beautiful country home Forest View of this place Richard and Louis are welcome visi tors iti our midst and no doubt their vacation will be a happy one William Snider and wife visi ted relativesnear Polih SuncUy Turner Derringer and wife spent Sunday withthe futnily ol JeromeWobnertc Ed Guatley and wife of neat Mud were iii onr midst Satur tlay Ham Pie and wife visited at LLe home of Mir Ben Pile neat Maud Saturday and Sunday Robert Tatum visitedi at JoiHill S lflavi tJ i WLtSeyeral Itora this place alien ded church in Springfield Sunday Eirneat Goalie spent Sunday with his cousins Misses Margaret 11 d Nancy Goaley John Riley of Nelson county as in our midst Sunday Will Janes has been hauling lumber from this place the past weekYEe recently purchased it rom S P Derringer r 0 P G atley Visited friends near Mooresville Sun4ay U I rrJrgoL to answer that ques Lon asked by Lilac but I ani In iilinKl 10 think he got the thingi tFpysany thing about that kind of a LilbCwiHddIi a kn6S howUrbewiseS1 or any of the correspondents sJePI ek in our vicinity AliioA all the snjall grain has bt ucut The wluatanrye crops were ibiutjan hvrage The J e ds were generally well filled but the crop was only thinly sown or at least djdnt sprout as It should have The outlook is for a g ocl yield of oats this season which ite dproductspupon Owing to sufficient cause the Springfieldfaile4 regretLvery much to have misled a SlWpm n as he delivers the most in tercsiing and touchingf lectures it has ever teen our privilege to hear He is indeed a man pos sessed of the divine spirit and has the power to express hi feelings and thoughts in words The many friend nf Miss Gra ham Van ATsdalfrifegret seriously to learn of her untimely death she was the life and joy of hers family and the pride of all who knewher She possessed beau ii ful traits of character a kind word and a smile was always ready to greet any ore and not iny will the society circle f e1rI greal loss but the chirch will also ack one able chu ch worker The school opdns at ifiis place n xt V onday July Srwith Miss Pearl Goatley as teacher and the outlook is for a large btien lance Miss Goatley is rwell qualified for teaching and the nicelyhvThe only thing b tveeji then school and granu success is the water which is VjCry balt iard should be attencledLoimmedla ply eI A young man who was r near what iis famifiarly known as The Devils Cellar atten ded the Ur CW Rand as the lunch places were full he was EnglishKitcbeht out to fi i3 put flhid mind wan defed backtb hisbirthplac and tie suddenly eame 16 a st ngstill having for tien where be was gong but foOn started with un air of deligh1 when he said to a person near by Iam almost whereISto find Devils Cellar He habitlyEnglishU Txas 1 i Prof J Lie Harman re turned to Bowling Green Mon 1dayaftfrai short visit jat the homeqfJXr Jacob JCiraberJiu and wifef t MrSr W T Barnette of Mack ville was at the home of her parents Mr Jacob KimberJjn and wife Monday She was ac cotQpanied home by hera sister Mrs J Lewie Harman of Bowl ingGrW diatdi mingtipn of Lebanon All pres reat report a nice evening Misses Hattie and Willa Whayne who have made their home in Louisville for some time bave returned to the home ofI WhsyneIand turned from a pleasant vsit toj relaitves in Parksville and j IsviileV LouIf Mr James Mitchell anddauajh ter 01 Ginvih1e rp vne wereijrrvisiting iidv this cOnthuuity last week John PrE1of near Lebanon was here ThWaday Misses Crad ox and Whayne of Dilton Texa ar the pleas ant guests of tne Misses Clay brooke Miss Iris GoldenVPurdom left Mr nday tor a visit to relatives in Louisville James Arnoldand Vif3 were visiting in Mackville Sunday H8nry Gijbs aid fa ibufo Springfi3ld weife vi i ing the formers1 parents Mr Geo JIb ant jjlte Saturday and Sunday Mr G G Wine who has been bireror several days in the in test ofr the Maccab es has re tirroeiJ l fo his home at Clove rpbrt Ky Misi Janie Arnold of Mack yUle is at the home of her uncle Rti Arnold r Mrs Jacob Peterson is ill att llhiq writing iareglad to report Mrs R J9bet 1 1 Killsborb We have had some excelen raiidnringUa past week and tOco has aU beu put but ffheal and rye has about blli e harvested and will make i gobI yield Timothy meadows win make about half crop corn iis look ipg well and weeds are getting out of sight Mrs J D Sutherland is cn an extgndedwisit tj her parents ar W rthvile daugbItecs M4es Mid and li va vlai t4 atF 1 Sh Wmaters lUst week MJs Maud has jfbJuC is covered fronr an attack if jut m atory rlieumatUm which she auif red a Jev w ki ago ZrJP Leach mm bought a horse iatPonyiIIeJast weeh Trom Capt Parks for 35 Ue als6 bought a bDggy in town friina the Shevymaker Compiny Price unUnownV The Pen wick boys are anxious to play utrioof games with the Willisbarg ball team for the tw best gamej Both teams have some expert payers and should arr in emenls be made for the games they woullI certainly at tricta large crowd A F Settles went to Lebanon Hfftl wiekt6 havx a surgicali tpiratlbn performed to remgve an abce from the stomach but Dr McCfiord thuugIth hid waited too long and that it could not brf performed without caus ing death He is very low at tlns writing and his many friends are fearful that he iis g rjiduully approacaing the en J 1Sred Cheatham wire and daughter of Fen wblrs pass d through hJltaSunday enroutt to Polin to visit relatives S H Crook of Silver C eek whr se black cow 3issippear ds few weeks ago has atlast h ard ofjher She was just disappear ing in the crater of Mt Vex viaa and he isoonoy aixojsly awaiting an eruption of tl P mountain to get Ills cow He says when recovered she Will be one of the mot remarkable cows iiithet wdist I N Shields the wells known fa aneriOftWs vicinity inform us that he bad a three year old horse that came near drtf sling last week in a spfin During U2loutup some Way the horse fell into ir put was een in time to he rfj e cued bef rfe drowning We thfntf he horse will be rather shy of drinking there in the future A large crowd was out a Sunday School Sunday evening it being review day for the entire q utertond so carefully haI Pitch leacner rilldh i class ih t tho review was almost per feet This certainly speaks well for our schor and may the leathers undpupUs work sid ously and with the same ineost theYfdiuThe members of the Christian agreedon churchinis Quite Rplea ant speaker and in regarded 3 ono of the m st successful speakers in that de goodspfrit1a preacher whO would layliside dtctrine and first prinripalsatd tell us of tour every day sins unIgreat ling among our people all his ef fttt forts will result fruitless XL Bible question that we IThe in our letter sornq time stillremains unanswered SundaySchooinappmg1Onwinc1 another said it was theIIworth answering and the said there is no such a character r It re1dItf I you riJl have an account of aj character that lived walked talked on earth that never knewI goud nor evil never was in Heal Ivar or Hell Now for the North I ItbeIIIfloodIII tneart forliwe1solutionLILAC 1 MOORfiSVILLE Rof Thomas infant son of Mr and Mrs Wm Sweeney fJ 1IThe baby was three weeks old Owing to much rain last week I tobacco was all set out but wheat cuttng was delayed until this week Well we had a regular waterspout last Wednesday evening aj good many water gaps were washed opt lumber washed away aid several shocks of awayiHad for a number of years Federal of young men took in the ice cream supper at Wood Uwn last Friday night S H Bishop and Matt Truax were in our mids last Friday anlrvit I Wednesday night and took therefrom a bushel of meal II 1have been living in these parts 24 years and a case of this kind never happened before so I will now keep my meat house locked Childrens Day at New HopE churca has been indefinitelyl postponed Tjitsey Wall son of J M Waifr fell from a horse last weekand was badly bruised up B rn on Sunday June 25 1905 to the wire of Ed C Piles 9lbgil People who live in glass houses shoulitpull down the blinds Maud has ashoe shine in the person of Jess1 Vanarsdall Mrj W Yocum of Indian Territory accompanied by his daughters Mrs Cora Arnold and Miss Josie are visiting Mr George Yocum and son Ed at thisplace MrTD Sweeney has about recovered frd Ian attack cf hay level Mr Thomas Lcggins of NOt th Carolina an ex Confederate spent last week with relatives here FENWCK Joe Smith and Don IJanes of Springfield were here Sunday Misses Muttie Begley and Ethel Rogers Theo Fenwick and Bob Maycs attended the negro minstrel at Mackilje Saturday nighti rpturnedwick and was accompanied yc Bern Hughes fMr T J Nalley of Bards town was here last week Mr Martin Spalding of Union county was here last week Lena and Verna J Rogers were iii WilJibbug Saturday and Sbn dtyi Misses Frafcjs Lilsey andI Lena Barker spent Sunday with Aura Logsdon Elmer Anderson is at home ora monih vacaion Women as Well as Men Are Made Miser b1jaKidney trouble Kidney trouble preys upon tt1emlncJ dissour ges and lessens ambition beauty vlgoi arid cheerfulness soon = disappear when the kidcneys are out of order Iordiseased Kidney trouble has ti become so prevalent that it is not uncommon f for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid t = neys lithe child uric r thefurine n a control the passage flt is yet lcteciwlth bed wetting depend upon it the cause ofathe difficulty is kidney trouble and the firsttstep should be towards the these important organs This unpleasant trouble ii due to a diseased condition of theykidneys and bladder fnd not to a habit as most people 5upposetWomen as erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold 1byj cent and one dollarfsizes You may have a sample bottle by mallIi 8freeswaaiwMng all about It including many thousands ci tS Imonlal letters received 0at4i 1 v EthBBsJ E aI fla SUMMER GOODS IOur stock ot Summer Goods is t fi most complete including a great vmjtety of Linens New thingsi in JIB i and Lace Stripe Ribbons Gloves Pai asols Fans I Lawns Hosiery in Black Tan and Whites for Neckwear SnspendeVs Mijses v India LininsPorch ii oatd50VoLadies and dents Un e wearcentJ A great variety from which vfOingharps c Buster Brojvn Underwear for boys to select 4 i Vudor IllPorch Shades We invite you t visit N r n The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au- gusti 6th 1904 They ate 19 be voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County ClerkW F Booker D Claybrookt or SberitIJS Oabourne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery Jeff ri Botloms and mother left llast week for their hone in California LJ H Barker and S Logs don were called 10 flarrodsburg Monday on account of the de th of their friend Mr Alexander Mrs George Mock of Bards town apd Tom Noe of Texas were here last week vlsiUDglMr and Mrs Dee Shewraaker o Mack vi HP visited relatives here last week Miss Ella Adams was in Louis villelast week Kent Rogers and wife of Willisburg were lire Saturday and Sunday Will Nally and wife wre in Mackville Sunday I Card well We have failed yet toloarn of anyone jiettihg better money out of their chickens than Mrs Sallie William who sold 750 worth of chickens from one hen and has the hen and six chicks left We would suggest the hen be called Biddy the Gold Bug Theground was too heavy to work most of lust week on ac count of heavy rains cnne quently there will be a great rush of work us soon as possible- E G Holiday bought a horse from Mr Lawrence Catlett for 28 and sold same to W L Graham for 30 he also bought two cows from W L Graham at 2J cents per lb and one from James Graham anti S H Gard ner at the same price- V L Graham bought from Grundy Pinkston a horse for 80 E T Perkin sold a horse iii fur 95 and sod to E G Holiday two horses for 30 and 50 respective y Miss Lizzie Cunningham gave i arty at her home Saturday night which was well attended Miss ma Sipis and brpther visited at Mr Goldman Patter sons Saturday niuhtund Sunday We asc tin editor to please art ect the mistake made in re gaid t0 Mr PiltterNons nama yhioh as prtiud 0 G whet it shi uld have llecii UU Patter son Mr lIar burg vislttd Vlesss James Saturdayightthe church t Freedom met Saturday for he piirpose of having a roll Ct I calling a pastor for the ensuing eir ann tQ attnl tot ther matters of business Owl g to he unlikely weather there was nut as large a ciowd present a was expected but those precent seemed to enjoy the services be toll of tthe membership asj called and Rev IJ P Hatchett the present pastor was agaii iven a unanimous call Dinner as served at the church and there was more lefthen every ne said enough May the Lords ichesti blessngi wj oa this f 1Pqrchji 1L Shades that qn the market Call anct see it and yfoi will no other H flI j aI Summer Clothing and OpiordsH 4 c iBlue Serge Cijmls and Pant Suits W L Douglass Co ajid Williams Singleor Doub6 Breasted Novelty Kneeland Co high gradfe Mens iand Lr Crash Coat and Pants Suits Scotch Boys Paterlt and Russian Call Srioec JCheviot Coat and Pants Suits These and Oxfords More style and Wear goods are the Hart Scheafner and than any other lines shown here T i Marx make are guaranteed in eyery KrippenidorfDittman Co fine Shoes respect and Oxford for women Jtv s most corclially u- sCunningham T I 8 Duncan H BEBBBPefnocratlc Candidates RepsenttiveW Lawrenceburg I1liHornofnear vasiannounced haveI Shoes patorIand ncr1history accopaniedhis SpringsSivl r J I Lay and wiffffe visited at Mr Geo Liltrells bupday peoplehaveabout the grain fields J SIMPLE SIMON FIe snt Hlik News is somewhat scarce att this writing v tt B Poulter ard wife oif Willis burg spent last Sunday w th Mr John Dnrr and wife l t placMondayof Mackville as teacher 1laspPlDtirr is very sitkat this writing Wt hope fo see him out soon bodVhasl t not hiving rain as we pave bad losofit Fad such hftrd rains in the Sharpsville neighborhood thatlLi almost washedthings pIT Miss Manda Royaltvj is visiting her grandfather Mr Thos Royalty near Ashbropke this week Mrs AlI1lndaWells is very ill at her home We hope she may soon recwer Harve Nichols of Tabow was atthe borne of Jasper Darr Sun day hadldYellinby fire Saturday nighi Dont know how the fire origi ated Silas Rnrlfhprifl and xuifo spentI Saturda Anight w th J M Hoj1 alty and wife II1 ANTIOCii l regutarday t Mr James hays anjl family visited tne home of Mr Wjutield Colvin Saturday ughUJbnd Sun day h Mr R G Williams iis quite ill at this writinj MSs Bessie Outslnger ttvhp has been visiting her aunt at Louisville has retu rue liome Mrs Colym visited hsr daugh ter Mrs Muuil Anderson last week Mri Sidney Artdersori and Iii tie daughter visited Mr John Anderson awl family jSaturday night I Mr Tames Hnhn andlwire arid tittle IWhHffin nttpndip hirftli riL Tathaai Springs Sunday Mr W T Michell and iraily attended church at New Liberty SundayiMr Herhei t Gibxs vjisitei hn grandparents Sunday MyEbbiewent shopping at Fuiriew lust week Mr A J Moors vas ranch worried over the loss oi his od l tobacco basket and two potato hills pullel up and aViQRJut of squashes missing Mr Cornelius Drury was in your tpn last week ant np nt the riiinwlthtMr J W Walls at Pleasant Grove Mr Eagar Kay ad Gavi1ltt Brown came nearbein drown ed Saturday dveniiig iiq cros irg the creek Th6y w4re bVh scmpwhat intoxicated little dreaming are oaring of f AI da gPli Thy were on tilv ir way to a moon light piKy They nwyer reluriied home 911 t HultOnc Sunday Mr M J Trent attended chnrcirut Fair viuJtlIyvehtal Ins bWL tii t I The first National1 Bank ffi SPRINGFIELD KYJ Ciapifal 50OOO 3rASurplus and Undivided Profits 2flOoI 11 DFFICERSB VicePrearcicatALitse r Assistant Oashier R E It Iepertg Green LJ r MCanpVVJ t tbellSWe RHEdelen H M Gntodj rohn O PalmIgrant every IavDr onsistent bustne8saLtt growingncely ebno ind some after while I guess It is novas we pease though LETTER iiIbqSpringfieldaI ending june 2S 1905 Mrs Kate Bolandor Victor D Hardy Miss Edith Goldsmith Rev J D Larkins 2 Oande Kenn dyjJoseph Schwartz SD kVIinrn Sims H 0J Wilson John Wise Persons cainngror seiete will please s yladvrtisednn give date of list SI W A Watersf P Mi Notice We the undersigned committee ap pointed by the citY council of the city of Springfield Ky will on Sat piEatre ceive sealed bids on contract to macadamize Covingtou Avenue and Virginia aboutj200 rods Specification IurnIsbeoa application COXRAPHEUTLIEV CAa Tnoswsoq Committee Notice SeUed bids will be received at the office of the county Jurfge or the office of the countylAtlorney up toan including Lila first day of July 1905 for painting the steel bridges of the county the jmiut and brushes tobe furnish ed by the Couniy For further particulars aUen thptnlft sgrcd B L Litsiy dtKe T SMayesAttprteJ A G1KLVHO ETJJETS EARS MICr TfJilart PCCfQI1IIa llcu- 1f ii Ctcrat 7Jriuhu Viih 3a f iMLS3Ji may Well be termed one of the most remarkpblo girls of tIe west pnya the Los Angeles Cal Times ilhw Tagsart Is an out door girl Ever since hfr was three tral1lCtl11lerooseliiUte home yards givinjr U n slaItto luake it run she hits developed lore of daring and risk that tins Inuf spired JVer to nmjiy wild adventures Alisa iaggart recently returned from the Lake Tahoe district where alone she shot and killed seven bears and mouiitain lion not to mcatlou snipl game This locality thirryflve miles from the totru of sonora lsnt elThot- orJter camp Is nt Crow creek ott the old Moiio and Sonora toll road over which millions of dollars worth erf t phI ore Was packed Iu tile o rlytlaS hit now only wild animals pass that way Twentyfive miles awayv hi thee ilcepest and loneliest of Slcrran gradIcur Is Kennedys lake n place epe daily favored byvMIss Taggarfi nba has often made tire trip unaccompa r t 1Jugt er worneo ror racy anew ncr mit MP llant and Independent nature I tOett1n the first bear wits f clucbi i Wsala Miss aggart I was riding aloajft when suduculy my horse gave a snort nnd jumped about ten feet Rihet ahead atqong thphics Idlscovcrpl a f I had been wishing for jwitl tbattbljto happen r detcrp11GC1l te tyi the bear but iyxliorseVas pb I rdtiettlngjnlwutJ moat drcadffllyi It jwas lIlls ifrst bpar as well as mine Itlifedldnt ilkejt Af er hediurneliev tr omeuauit and tried e1rb a + tree I Jumped pet hnd let him g vMy how lie t1lfl runt J Then I faced MR Bear who Jfm backing away and looking rather Jii dlguaut ttsJCto say Madam yoiTr f intrndlng t lie eyed ma savagely bat backed nfeahist a log stoppecL1ttxl Iglared at IBQ This Jincident Was a ver IficaUon f the t saying that be wh1 hesitates kfiredi spalriny gWnt toppled over ITlell you what though my next fa gave me a fight 1Ii ewairoer J almost 800 pounds and wai SIb Tills time also I was ocr 3fcRa thlafa what JeaU ray ttH e f hors and to caught aBhnujtaneawi 1rglance of a lingo baldface black bear The habits and characteristics atttW species are lIkethoscrottlM frtaEfy They areferociousfighterg Well that old fellov walked lleisUrely towardaG HI nilCPSa TOWARD JOITAI LV wagging Jils head froth JlkMtO aide and regarding us with a muFdeous eye When WIthIn abotut thirty f4 of Jw txd stood oil hb hawichea and blew whot Vfhoof wlboef irlMfti Mjf irtrt ke was madl IsfcootdaatJW abrield lloeholfiMegapliotie sra suortlB awl plun mg frlgl f lly aud I bed all I could to keep aa44te Usteff jny tub u den suck coodJttoiM wuI jpCNjlblet so I leaped to the jgrottB and blazed away at ife njoatasr Tbe biilk dIOnt strike rl fct and W jwp i tiMraisi mo madly with teethe cad claws Ml aet for httfltaxi Quickly l Ireil jmta tnis 1se jmeeeaafully for the tell went tfaithtt tkroMglr His heed 1Mt I did have a Mnrow escape pijobubly bat It wad alll ae excitlut a4sbIl rat L dWntthUik Of danger eaee Next dey a UBtabi haG K n Ive newt Aot a Ajwr M4 lt Mte lotj Af tbmu ee Tb r aN too pretty to kill Rat aemutkfi sad bear are my loug suit rro ab alut ly uo uae foil either OM Ifw Kktoey re1d6 4tIIII 1IIIatd L TA DR fJ I BURTON I In MtlDENT TEETH EX D ENTITI 1 fti WITHOUT PAIN LW 1 lor I X cUaM Bliickl UP stIr 11 taIPRtNGF1ED KY = Wfii AH Dental Work Strictly a First las Ie DR J VHi LAMPTON r OFI lit Overs Hous a wfJ LWFQRIGSBYt WrfdhNEY AT LAW r OHpeipler Bank sitcI v SPRINGFIELD Kfc L J IB ROBABDS M W EYATT RtBARDS HYATTa Pijttdiis ill Sirgeons Oos pext to Ulerks OmceH I rw i p JAMES PEACTICAt GRAVES = i t Jeweler 1 1ItckikOUd the ill Cirrfei a line of Watches Clocks mod Jewelry Repairing a Spe f VveikUy Located on Main Streets oppoie Pfesbyterian church I prlDgfield Kr i V DR iFv TRUSTY J L PRACT- ICALJDENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber jr Dental work atreasonable prices ft All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY B k 4 JOIINY MAYES t mm DIRECTOR All UED EMBALMER be TELEPhONE- PAY19NIGHT74 fflDHD KY Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule 4 now in effect on the Eardstown branch railroad tandSpringtield attji No 41 Leayes Louisville t Junction41O pm Bardstownt 502p m Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645pa No 42Leaves Springfield at 530 a nv Bardstown 617 am Bards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am JSo 4S Leaves Louisville atl 7bU am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a in arrives at Springfield 1240 pm- No44LEaves Springfield 120 pm Brd town 20 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p rb d No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction fc45 am arrives at Louisville fe85 am No 91 SnndaysonlyLeavesu- isville at 6 pm Bardstown nctioD 65CT pm Bardstown 15pm amyes at Springfield p ru AMES A COX Agent for- OMMAVEH lAUHDR sket leaves Monday night ins Friday night rstclass work guaranteed ClBIid Par Acliofi When the body iscicared foi action by Kings Naw Life Pillr youab tell it by the bloom oJ health on the cheeks the brigbt MM of the eyes the firmness o- Jjie1leh j and muscles ihe buoy icy fcf the mind Tay them AVC J Hoydons drugstore 2p cents NoticerLOnJuly8thatJudgeLitSe f oftllce 11 Springfield I will re jfeeive anclopen bids for all the pikes 1in the 4th 5th and 6th Xi Magisterial districts Bids ma- e Ije for a sectidfti or a single mile r totefc must be for hauling knap i iping spreading and dirting jjoeV idaeior grivel hauled ano pr d GEO P CLEMENTS 7 IiRo4l Superv api pm Hfi TOMfa I tWiOO ft Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latestt f I AHAboutYourseirr Friends ftitd Acquaintances jiAMMMW JWWMM cI7q Fiuit jars tops and gums at Hagan Bros Beautiful line of ice tea glasses atHa anBros Real bargains inrgod decorated dishes at Hagan Brosm tTrya can of our Special Mr Blend for ice tea Hagan Bros FOR SALE Twenty nice lo cust posts for sale John C ShadermWashing machines at 250 Women say theyare first clas- atampbells on Silk Ribbon sorghum will an make you smile For sale Of Bros Why give 25c for 2 gallop tin and Buckets when we selltbemat the20c at Campbells as- A fine grade of Talcum nicely perfumed one pound 25c at and Red Cross Drug Store full j Screen dcors all sizes and to fit any window At Leachmans furniture storep Say dont forget we are Sl llte selling furniture cheaper than use any boddy Campbels grocery to One of our tine hammocks will P make summer comfortable Red Cross Drug Store Co Saws sharpened scizzors ground shoes mended and all kinds of repairing done by GooC Taylor If you want your umbrella re covered take it to Geo B Tay lor who repairs everything Shop opposite Opera House FOR SALEThree Shorthorn 5 cows with young calves R Anderson Carrico SpringfieldV Ky 3 Dontbe bothered with flies g this summer but go to Leachman the furniture man and get some screen doors and windows He has the best A newline of linen hats will slown by theiKnott Millinery Co Saturday Just the tiling for white dresses and picnic and general wear hats The infant child of Mr and Mrs Ed Dragoo died at their home near town on Sunday last and was buried on Monday in Springfield cemeterytJ The Fiscal ccurt has ordered newpavement and curbingof concrete to be built on the west sideof court square to correspond with that in front FOR SALEA square piano inquire of FM Martin Spring field This piano will be put j in nice order and will be a gcodi practice piano and sold at att great barglti Easy terms t The pastors unionhas de idii el to hold union servjces in the churches oneach Sabbath nightt luring the monthof July first of these services will beheld at the Baptist church on next Sabbath night July 2 All are cordially iinvited to attend t The ladie aid society of the t Mackville Cbjristian church willl serve an ice cream supper on t Tuesday July 4th 1905 at the home of Mat Wycoff near Mack vine Proceeds for benefit of the new Christian church All ara cordially iinvited to attend Supper from 5 to 10 oclock The Knott Millinery Compa ny s business is in charge of Missi Josie Lee for the remainder of thi j season and she will be pleased to show their customers and the public generally anything iin the millinery line Afew piecesI of ribbonin blue white blackI red and pink are being cloedI 3ut at a very low price Hats and veils at half price A double wedding took place Dn last Thursday at the Metho list parsonage this place Rev Jr C Hoskinson being called onto uiiite two happy couples iin he bonds pf matrimony Miss Emma Taylor was married tto Mr BF Payne and Miss Fan tile Wise became the wife of M tW C Caskey The youngpe- pie are residentsi of the Western t md of Washington and of Bounty NelsonI There will be a change iin1 ownership in tha Red Cioss irug Store to take effect on- TOPiG8 WW4 i Julyist Dr Price W wel1sl bUSinlSljto new firm are both substantial citizens of the town and the business under their manage should continue to prpsper Haydon has sold his interest in the lit ry firm to his brother Charles Haydon and will devote all of his time to tlie drug business he having had a of years experience in that line The Washington County Fiscal Court met in special session Tuesday The court passed order granting to the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Cothe right to erect its polesJ to run its lines over the turnpikes and public roads of county under the conditions set out in the franchise granted by the town of Springfield which has been published inI in the NEWSLEADER The telephone company has not yet ratified the agreement The Fiscal court also ratified the of a road grader The machine was put to a practical and provecFsatisfactory The of this machine iis expepted result in great benefit es ciallyo the dirt roads of th- ecounyr J IiI rL9aYSaleS Y There Was a very small county day crowd in town On Monday and the live stock market was correspondingly dull Auctioneer JF Estus reports the following sales One aged stallion for 3225 bay 40rse3435I mule 25O grey mare 25 15 yearling steers at 12 pet head 2yearold steers at 20 Col E Whayne mache the follow ing sales Cpw andcalf 2550 two yearling calyes at 16 each heifers at il2Q mUchcow 27 stallion ziainirino Boy Jr 30 S M Campbell sothl cow and calf at 33 one cow 2725 pnesow and 5 pigs 1890 one 6 year old horse 8250 one bay mare 65 one plug honfe 13 one plug horse 28 one plug horse S38 Answered Editor NEWSLEADER I will give the answer to the question propounded by your Hillsboro correspondent about character in the Bible that Lived walked and talked oh learth never knew good nor evil and never was in Heaven or Hell The answer I give as follows Balaam going against the Lords will and obeying the message of Balak the Lord opened the niouth of the animal which Bal am rode and caused it to speak r Therefore I think this animal heon1y thing that answers all the points In the question Found in Numbers 2228 verse 2nd Peter 2d chapter 16th verse VL W JENKINS eViUisburg Ky Farm for Sale f Farm containing 75 acres lloca tednear Booker station about 8 miles from Springfield for sale Has house and is well fenced and well watered Cpntains goodl tobacco land Can be bought for 1000 if tak n at once Fo further particulars inquire of E L Pavison Jr at NEWSLEA DEU office For Sale 1 I have for sale a saw mill and engine cheap In good qondi tion T J MiLtER- s Willisburg Ky v = PEAIiINAL I E 4 Cox and family are in GreensburfV p F R Hodapp was in Louis ville last Sunday Miss Bettie Irvine is yisiUrikf relatives in Lebanon Mrs J E Carrico of Howards town is visiting here Mr Irvine Winasai v satIhome the fi1of the week J Miss May Te Jjouisvilleis sj visiting Miss Myrtle Price Mrs R C Craycrpft of BigI Springs Ky is visiting relatives here Mr Robert Spalding of Chicago 111 is VisUng relative Jiere Messrs Oarnes Shultz and Clifford Roberts were jn Maud Sunday Dr Richard RoBards has llo cated at Texas ltoT pract1cebls- profession Mr J Roger Gore and family have returned from a visit to Hodgensville i Miss Lucy Seiecman and brother Will went toBloomfiald thismdpning Mr Richard WathenrofBaras town Junctioni is here visiting his sisters Little Miss Margarete Edelen left to day for Birraiflgham to VIsit Her father i ife Mrs McBrideKiotLouisvini 1 risitingh1erprentsM M Ift1 acynd wife r Mr W Je Wright and wile of Alvoid Texas are1 Visiting rela tives iii the county Mrr John NNorrisandif wife have turnedto their home at t Ft Worth Texas Hiss Mary Catharine Lemon of Louisville is with her aunt Mrs John W Lewis Mrs Mary Lake of Ripley Ohio is visiting her sons B D and Albert Lake Misses Annie and Eva Clay brook are visiting friends at- c Campbellsville i Dr J M Burton ImsviTetura ed from a visit to bis =elttives atKirksville Ky C Mr William 32 Spalding and wife of Atlanta Ga are Visit ing relativesl hereJ Mr Sam Bottbtn and Miss Belle Harris Of Lebanon visited friends in town Sunday Mrs Charlotq Vawter is with Mrs Sallie Hamilton at Freder ickstown this week Mrs Robt FSutton willleave Fridjay for a months visit toh r parents at Newpoi t Ky MissMinnie Thowaaof Lou isville is visiting at the horte of her uncle Mr R J Thomas Misses Martha Tucker and Pearl Goatlev have returned from French Lick Indiana Miss Ella ShauntyJhas secured the principalship of the Texas school for the ensuing term Jim Thompsou of Bardstown was in town Tuseday in the inr Jerestof his cigar businessi v Miss Bessie Campbell and lSbal Robertson attended the dance at Lebanon Tuesday nthit Mr ChasJlbberts will return to Dossetts Tenn to day after iltwo weeks vIsit with 11i 1J rents Mrs T S Wright Of West Point and little daughter Eliza beth visited relatives here Tues day I- l Mrs J Thompson and sOn off Indianapolis Ind are visit ing friends here and in the county Mifs Nora Shanks and daugh ter of St Louis arevisiting Mr and Mrs Lytle I Kayes and other relatives Mr E B Leachm nand font of Green ulg were here Monday with SOnic catte for the market f e u PARIS GREEN I t BugBrand the Kind thai Kills eCt oj 01I i HAYDONSS DRUGSTORE JiwMr James A Shauaty t ofI Hannibal Mo visitclhis moth at Frederickstown two days of last week Miss Rice Thurman of West t Point is viniting her brother r Judge JH Thurman and other relatives Misses Mattie Lee VanNatta andL sister Laura of Shelby county are visiting at the home ofMrM H Jones Miss Alice McElroy has reo turned from Louisville whereI she visjtedtHthe Misses Florence and plluiPrkei i I xMesdames Belll Fain and G C Sullivan of Sanger Texas are visiting Mrs IC Talb tt and Other relatfys hereIt Mr Wathen Slums ofGbattiJ1 nooga Tenn is at home on account of the illness of his brother Will F Simms Misses RebeccaMcWhorter- a 1Mayme Alien and Messrs Chartes Roberts and Scott McII Oab were inMaud Sunday trarsJaDes GieebfJiinctjoi- Ult1who has been visiting Mr ansi Mrs Sidney Green and other relatives returned homeii Itoav vl i Dr Sm Tatbam who has been vat the jNatjoijalSoldiers I home at Davton t OiiTTor the i past ven qoth js4iei o onfa furonnl if f rirferssJIai Wjlt Leachman Hood and Clellatd nriTngham attended th1 e t ShirtWaIst djiiiifce atEebanbn t Tuesday njght 4 A Mrit S C Moore ahd wife of Sherman I1shave returne home aiifertwcl weeks visit with i Mrs JMli3rer t parents Mr Sid nly ar liiLfid wife frf 2 Mrs Robert Crume alift two children of Bardstown Bpept he past week with Mrs Hugh Stiles and also visitedMrs Theo Campbell Saturday and Sun lay Is Mrs FR Hodapp andgtests j Mr and Mrs EdgarM High oyer of B and 4ge Aid irett vsiting relatives l Mack viWi l and Willisbvirg jaodwill elt hSme Friday j JI t Mrs J ThaiiiptdhiIca- lftd was to LeitcDfield last wee k on acjKpnrit bi tUe illness of her fattier was summoneiome Saturday becau of DrrLj tm3 tons serionkliilnei l r 1 Mr Stephen E Bc wnL ofI Kansas pity who is visiting eta tives in Marion county was here Monday with his brother Mr John Brown of Lebanon shaking hands with old friends Mr James M Spalding of Kansas City1Mo paid the NewsLeader offine a 4117 last Monday Mr1 SpaJding was born and reared on a farm about midway between Lebanon and Springfield And has a large numi ber of relatives in both Ma ion and Washington counties Miss 1lg talned yesterday Jld a few t SocletyIII jjss M eff tined 11e r Y 011JIg friends vthia Marshmallow party Wednes tayftetnoi a 1 1 A number of young peoplel from town and Lebanpn will t tend the Opening dance at Tat ham Springs tQn J Masters DowiiThg and Booked Robertson entertained over a hundred of their friends rom little tots to grownups last Thursday Mrs Andrew arid daughter Mrs eEl roy yvill be atCUrininghai friends FridayafternoonLittle at the i e Mudd qd a number of her day afternoon iin enterIIl fourth birthday All 1 enjoyable time Miss Myrtle Price entertained several friends at six o lock dinner Saturday evening Those who enjoyed her hospitality were Mis es Mary McCabe and C W Hagan Evan Hagajj and H E Walter Miss Lfda Grundy entertained at euchre Tuesday afternoon at Mrs C C McghpTds who also entertained numberof at flinch at the same time Also on Wedn sday afternoon MISS Lida Grundy entertained the eighthand euchr clUb MrsCC McChord tinier tained her euchre club nlfJew other frieridsi Friday after ioon Mrs J L Wharton worlhe clubprizeia chinaplate or ted with the German cJoatof arms in the center W1t14 too European coats of arms as a border Mrs P G McElroy won u 7w1the Visitors prize a cutglass bonbon dish More than a hundred guests responded in person tothet Invi tations issued last week by Mr T Scott Mayes and wife to cele brate the twentieth anniversary of their marriage last Saturday night The rooms were beauti iul with their decoration of white and green A large White bell was suspended from the center of the receptiott room with festoons of white and green radiating from the bell to the corners of the room an under the bell the happy bride and groom of twenty years with their two children Robert and May received their friends The of chinaware were and handsome IkeSick typhoidfever Mrs Jennie Talb tt is conva lescing from a weeks illnesJJ improingouse 1IDr J HLampton is recover iiig from a severe attack off append fiUs Mrs Jo C Hoskmson who has been verysi1the past cek is ir99Yjng Mr Fzphaganhos recovered rom alreoeGitattffCk of pnjeumo nja ufliJibt1t Q be out Igain ti 9 Mr WillF Sin jtJs whQ had three attaOkof hemorrnae of the lungs Saturday tiigitI very much improved Miss Nannie Ray Thurman who has been quite sick with neuoiOLia at Dr McChords in mary improving slow Rear Estate Fori Sale Below is published a list of farms and Jother real estate in the hands of McElioy Whar ton roal estate deajefs of Springfield Persons having property for sale or desiring to make purchases will do tfell to ca lon them 50 1081 acre farm fr kle located near pike 4 miles from Springfield good dwelling and birn good out buildings well watered and lays well 45 per acre 51 220 acre farm located 0 miles from Springfield all lays well in grass ffOod4welling and tof barns convenient to both chur ana- schoor Price 4250 Per acreS 52 Nic farm 270 acres 7i miles from Springfield first class improve roomdyeUingfirst rood orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all in good state If culti graIght54 Farm of 175 acres 64 miles from Springfielfl on good pike Fitst class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well andwell fenced 35 per acre t 55 548 acre farm 6 mil s from Springfield on good pike gjood im provements three good barns nearly IaysveUPricel50 Good farm 140 acresJJj miles goodhousewatered 15 per acre Fine stock farm 21 miles from 230 acres riearly all Jn jfraaa ze In Clover so acres In rCbar 157 nice woodland all in blMe grass 8 pbm dwelling Zgod stock goq4 QIlwcll atQarnand rn at hous 36Q or 400 loCuat post rpric f50 per act 58 90 acre larm 5 miles from Springfield locatedon the pike good land tin high itate Of cultivation rood small dwelling arid barn Price 30 per acre 3 918lCies of land 1 mile from- f priaeM all Ini grass good house and barp well fenced and watered 50Jir acre 66 60 acre farm 61 mites from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn 60x80 good out buildings tine orchard 500 trees 90 fl38SPrice62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east f Bardstown all lays well 133 acres andL63 Farm of 145 acres 21 miles from Springfield all in grass Iys well price 1450 64 185 acre farm ape nile from MacKtiHecar the pike god dwell ing barn add outbuildings well fericed and watered mostly in blue grass 500 locust pt price 30 per1acre 64 140 acrefarrn 31 miles from Springfield rood dwelling land barn all good outbuildings weu fenced price 827 per acre 66 Nice place 42 acres 1 mile from Springfield good improvements all repairoo67 248 acre farm situated 21 miles from Springfield on the pike good 6 room dwelling goodbaTn distern at botli house and brn wlI fenced desirable home Price 30 per acre Vice small dwelling dnj Lebanon avenue Nice 5 room cottage on Perryyille pike sSinal cottage on west MIIln street small dwelling on East IIu Street A number of lots for sale oh Grundy Virginia and Lebanon Aven- ueMcEIrojHirton t Springfield Ky foOl Salle Poland china pigs 5Get a t eaniing pig either sex Eligible to register OTIS PQRTER 244t BotlandKy 5litIaaLiwELLaVRU JTq n i 1 b W OrGluut iJJ ltJi1f the Optibiaof Bards p L tow0 will be in Springfield t 17 Saturday July 8thf fF lfldJat the Walton Hotel to the Eyes fit and adjust Gfasses Dangerou Yes i 1testi to wear Glasses that does not fit you IPyes Why not 1 them fitted by one who has made a speIa1 study f ff iIJIJ GLASS BITTIISrG j t i t f W C Grigsby the Optician has graduated from two r F t l Optidal Colleges one of the lavgest in tJe WX rld the Y1I55 Northern Illinois College of ChiCago Ill He ues no S guess work All glassesare guaranteed give satisfac 11 tion Remember the date Saturday rJuly 8lll afc IP Walton Hotel W X W C GRIGSBY Optician i W t oooov OOO OOQO6 QQOQOOOOA we are JJepare 1 to fur lQ I 1i ltli nish your t- f i 1rt Awn ngs g Q f tQ aild Touts on short notice Jatut Q1 li q p Low Pjlc Q i ieQoTellus your wants and f 2 Jwe win quote you i We guarantee Apricesiq I Sample can be storeout 7td t We barry a stock of UVUDOR Porch shaeF lBamboo Porch Shades 6x8 ft 150 put upf JJiAflice1iie of Grass Porch Rugs and Mats H j I SPECIAL PRICES OH MTTINGSIt SATURDAY AND MdNDAY l itif 35c mattings for 2oc per yard P v i I25cmattings for 20c per yajrd t X I2Qs mattingsfor 15cperyaJd J tfrJ t loc mattings for i2c per yard r KXr3 2ic matt ngs for lOc per yard r X f LOW PRICES ON CARPETS l o You should take advantage of this sale as they ec t the greatest Bargains of the season J L 1 ROBERTSON BROS jr 006060000 00 I iitiliiti tiwwijIi ii wiii k- kI I L f r SUMM1R COM FORtJ tlii+ a jJ 41 3II t Can be found in our Summer Ji 3 Suits strong and light ii con ff f structipn good to llook at cool to 2 If wear made for ho weitnsrcom t tI v fort Vj i 3 tltI SS r z a SHOES ojtr 1 Ii t 1 We have afuU line of Oxlords I other light weight Shoes botifor ladis and i1111ii t I Lates in style and 1lowest in price tJJI d 3 t 1ifJ III f 3 7 ENrS SHIRTSJJ Both in negligee and drtfw stylet frfJll d i5q cents up Made for comfort and for wear t a fI iI Omndy Claybrooke Mtlntl Iijj oj THE DOUBLE STORE tJ t e MI I The IsretJLI rr lOl in Lii i iJrJj IGEin r tfi rF1 L lIJi i II or A1i f ItfJj uy1QUnllty1 Jt j f PI w in LtIMI i 1 T COX c CO Proprs I SPR1NGF1ELD Kyf I o O ef I AIway restores eo1oiy kair s the dvtrIb- CAJ J PVr FTT TI CELERY IN THE SOUTH iliuPa u4e- Twit jKtto cultivated fact tterejre a large j ir cent qfo iwDple wk3 have never jJeiMI t 1b tue of Lanflz Iw1 thought of wbesi celery icu rtI4NL Te rowi g of the crop U ti Y itMtj rtteir so tliH celcrr Icj ir 4aWy IN ltIOU3 0th- F IW4 bCglIUI2 to jfjW tM1W ci It 1Ii tI4 wheii t1rcs natira1i It 7 JM x dp Wacky rlt U tjoil full of tiirlviie vegptabe matter ce ul 4 k4y tot i4rtt relhhC not Uo hIgh i H it4tire tyi a Spwjuern Cult Tkcr TerHcr who ailvj V a follows apt grow1g pkub froui seed II4a4 WteredcL If ya iutcad to raise a epinMenble- wpuntr it rllj pjy you to make ra one 4h fjjacle irct la thoopcu by planting 4 posts 1i the ground with a e aiKcwor cif 2 by 4 rails covered with 4 lj 3 5 trip laid three inphcs apart high cnouglitairar under Wiicrp 44 only a few plants are wanted a sin all 1 44I a jwrtlally shaded place Ini the W1aGQ oil the north side pf the barn r tker bUlWlag ivoutl sttfflceT Ii Jo- cattec yow seed bed try to have ll cirwr aiowr a roodT sapply of water a it will aVe ltg of kard work OUrs Jifat r bIw tke Mtthig ditch kIEk tk Seei IeJ It t 5il IH yotir bed iery sandy tw tierXJMiHl JH gooi rkb Iny 13anliiIg coohleraWe fine inapure with It topsoil oe- r tni3hcI of ro of aiirface RaktLI3 nnfl level with a tratebt edge I prefer to sow seed thi afcalRm drills e efourlh iueh deep irail sir leches apart wit occasional p j wWy PfKic03 thrqcgli to pass over In 7aiwliig etv Finn the bed with the back of ja gpade and gve a good wet t1 Siwcad coarse gnnny sacks pver fiebcil to JioM the moisture If long RiTOt1uursl rains should conic the sacks BhcHiW lbe taken oT but replactH lbe lire drying out In fourteen to eight aji c afilaya tae young plant vrill begin thon Jbc sacktfcaa then be taken rt pltpormancutly Xcver lot the soil y Jt dry while the plants are young ior yo1 wW lo3e them For tiie sOuthir p llBfi of the rtote seed may be sown as alfe ns July 15 1 A HANDY T00U r Ctfl1T 3rnde WIJIi Mulerial Trans t f Ut Strap 1Isxp vlia e a VlHIvatOr ofny ort make fliXt lins fpecijil ylrtucrf and I will ex fvliu Itvcoii tnictronand costVnayVa bpuntry Outleman eprre wndcnt OM1LfnLrLYTi IrLc prkjfrtiyl front AVhccl cf a bicycle fpnn the nmnlng gear a straight i low bridle ripped In Iwo fornii the han rtles7aud the leg ta which ihe hoes are atta iicdi made from the Hide of a hl sqng t ke have ntli0 wheel nil the beauty awl deltcato construciipn of the ttlry Ie w lli Its vlKilL bearing stint hlgli 3 light wheel p that the exertion f op ieraiingIj reduce ton minimum s Auy kiitl of jttach ejits can IK scsL An old spidUig fork inake a g pd cultivator after rahis Any kind 0j cultivator foot can be used for jnaking rows lo plant anything lu up fa beans The triangle hoe for hoeing cverythS Is raade from an old buggy tiretlmt has ctlge on both sidca 4he whole transformation Is made i Kteght quarter inch bolts two Incises ci ioug and cnn be effected by any Oslo I with the irons made in shape at time LiacksmithX I UoemtaIe KeroseHe sH1Ion The ainateu1 can make kerosene mnlsion very easily Take of hat Bonp half a po ud aid dissolve 4n one galon of bol ing vater then add two jpyionJ of kerosene uJ chun the 4a1tgliIy Lor lea minutes The efflclctmy- I i ofthc pcparatin d ends Upon tho migi raisins JCliia stnk nirturc Is rJluteJ four tucs far s ap or ui twenty times for lice The stronger dl intoiitvill have oae galloti of kerosene ii isls mind ahalir ofwaTer 1Vbbr time water very hard HSR one gahioi of iir mtlk f two gahloiiaof kerosene Ixelsaisge u osmher GARDEN SNAPSHOTS radishes ttot sweet potato vine bouttse muithUeot June53w seed 5tWilIunt for the fair crop of toniar tc3 dvtcc of n vctcnnajjir lencr ns to ptcvlug celerj plant lathe south jjii J frmu1emfldIeAugn 1LIflg iroteetIog cloth Vmrju hot siiushlne soy from 9atn to 4 p mi watering the plants when tVry after taking the sish lh lbii hrjtcmooii Itpays to do well whatever hhrnjler5 liken In oruanicutal gtricungjitndti start with a wejl eohslterel iilaiu LINCOLNS ItACT V 1 Maw tI Preiltiet Ws a IlssssJ leake T1 AHIMKGI1- e v la the spring of ISrtl Oorge P WISe of Virginia imd two other youuj stil WBthenieru one of whom stpoJ six S t feet fotsr were Attending school In vashiugtoit Ihe iiiornlng the news of the tiriiiifi oil 1ort Sumtcr reached thmy 4hced that It wmmstatz1r Sity to return itoliei to Hiclwioiid tk ir bojacv fiiid enlist in time southern t caws As irq Jiucolu was to glv a Millie rexHptJou that night yojmg 13TIt jH6i osj ijljflt thfr attend to We vkat tfoit of sahs tie pfCauleiit real1 was N wW Ihe tan fellow I for one IvlI t iear the rasLal- tt Cut urcd tin third youth rho Zi met fell in mitli the lr esifwi I ru uttdoulaettfy re t great proasl ucuce We rttrr owe it tp ourselves to know poaicthiu about tBeXinaii 1Iio abuse foilowoill froiu the tall fellow Vi l Xpcv look berer broke Jv young Vftc after the argument hid giu ou for a spell Fred and I here rite going to that reception tonight dud you are 11goltTW npshyt of the matter was that the three youug mcn went to the rer edition and lined up With several huts dred ollicrs to greet President Iiirobliu Of time Iliree t lenls the tall fellow stood first lit line with Ills hjfuuLj heltf resolutely behind liL back j 111 got lie had fluftlly said but Ill never hake hands with him Slowly the tbrea southerners passed up with the line until the tAll fellow stood bliposlta time president Iliss two friends waited breathlessly for tile expected or the unexpected they scarcely knew which The prisldcrt reached put Ida hand The ui fellow with his hands siill be hind him looked the president straight hi the eye and with a prouJ toss ofI the head passed on without taking theI outiti etched hand Across the sail face of the president t flashed Ji look of surprise and hisIend then a merry twinkle leaped to eyes ashehnd dlvtnodthe cause of the jslghf Just a moment young man h said ns the tall fellow was passing on IIow tall ore youVJ j ItVr sx feet fourf stammeiHl- thft youth utterly astQui3heUat time question 1 i bclleye I can mtch you rttunied the president And tfien anti there lfbefore the assdmbled throng beturued- hack to back with the soutiien f kiRC tcnnliio whiili of the two wa the tau cr The southerner putma VhJjd tne president I Young tmaujJP antiihafiyh yoy ttfe preidcntva 1n d to nlltiiit LutI he added pulling Wiitl baud again and cmllug kindly Into time eyes pf the young fellow itnevcivIe anyboJy tal cr than I am get by me Ayjlhuut slick lug hands i iud the soiUheruer comlejelyover come took tile cxichQufl IiaifuL Nor did he cjer ngaluspeakni ofMrLiuolu A LAND OF WONDERS Some of 1lr Queer Tlilnk TiiHt Ai i to Uij Fonuii Iu ICorcn Three seienlist two from America awl the other from Britain are re ported to have spent several mouths in Morea trying to elucidate the wonders of tliat strange land Tlie wonders iu tinestlou consist of a hot mineral spring which Is nppo ed to heal anything from u cizt to a can cer two spring so arranged that wliVnouc fIs full tile other Is empty a cavern In the mountains in vhtch a cold piercing wind rages perpetually a large grove of pinu trees which willt sprout again directly they are cut lon a stone which tloat In space und last but not lcat a rock which glyei forth great heat however cold tllc weather ullght be The scientists studied the springs first of all aud failing to understand them turned their attention to the wonder ful cavern The moment they entered the interior they were almost Mown off their feet and although they adopt ed all manner of dodges to find the origin of that wind they hind to return to the open bidder hut not wiser lueiK Tliey next walked Into the grove pine trees known as the Ineradicable forest and here again they were atnmpedTiuy destroyed several of the trca by flr tithing the nigh t stud next mornfnsr they were resrowlnjr strongly out aftbeveryajhcs The tutu wonder of Korea thj float Ing stone Fn honor of wliUlitateucitlc has been built trlclI tie Jipeiitisfs pntleiueto a niaddeiilug dgee This stoic 10 Mir rtpiparauccre3ts cu be grouud yet lieii Jwo of the iiuoii rtrrJ upon Ih onin eath side time third w able to draw a thick strlig unttprnealh without encounter iiig any obstacle Why they were never able to ilisLovor The warm rock the last wonder also pnzzlcd their broths This roftk is really an immense stone qn the top of Mih a small Inn Ins l jcn erected The bulldlng requlresjio fires for heat Ing purposes cither In winter or sum mcr for the rock always keeps it warm The scientist jumped toTtlie conclu sion that thestone was situate over an inidergrouiid volcano which still had life In it but on taking sBmidlus they found that thej were mistikcn There was no natural furnace below Indeed time ground was itite cold If not a trifle ilauip Pearsons Weekly JVcrvo and Scrsouu A celebrated Cnglislt surgeon asserts that the Japanese have no uervoii system and that nerves us west cm nations know tIle term is untrans latable in Japan Tills Invites a refqr cnce to tht significant history of the words nerve and nervous A nerve by derivation frosts Greek niid Latin and by earlier English ue is really a sinew When Pope speaks of nervous arms he means exactly the brawny arum of the village JJlacfe smith and tula sense survives meta phorically Inmt nervous style of wrijt lug which U very different from a 4 neurotic one Shakespeare used nervy iu time saute souse But stow that nerves no longer meats sinews nervous in time common use has al most reversal Us old meaning In Dr Johnsons t me nervous In the mod ern sense was still only medical cant Xowmcii of nerve are very dlCfereut from men of ucrvej j Luuge L siiou Beautiful U ai adjective applied chiefly to brides heroines ofnovels and Jadie ln dltres It lii employed prin cipally by society editors novelists newspaper reporters and j poets and holds Its nge and shape wcH lu spite of constant activity and overwork The only novelist wise never uscdjthe word wa Uhoda Brouglifon HeV heroine Belinda ivan green eyed frctkled and caufahkcrouj anti l1lIm onijimbeauti fill heroine on recOrd just ai the count in Wilkle Collins The Woman InIWhite 13 the only fat villain The poet who has never used it Ss Swhr burne lie always compares his hero Inca to sciiients they are so wise ned slnyous The society editor or newspa per reporter who has never worked it to a silvery edge does not live contrary to the rules of the Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Inoffensive Adjectves St Lou PpatDlspatch OAaIE SJCWI4X I ll irRenk YjjjjjjjjjjjjLjjjjjj Pj- A 1ic For L H Scir From the Top 4V r JcrI424seCkecu3 L 5Sakr g Cuht 4mT r cf ltt taidtCsav C7rei Kvndrtd FSIIt Ah p I7cJcr To lauttTuUbers rcallr the diii g 3 which confront ke brave fLibajt sinai sailing train Glooce tcr harbor fqi the Grand hunks for cod and berrbif or time wild oast of f abrador for hill but says the Ilistoh llobe- Captaiu Albert Flygore of the scbodu er hianehe teIL ofit furUhug adveaf ture of two of hi crew We left CJloutester harbor May 5V said Captain Piygore exyeetihg to 1i gone from four to six monthi We Ifiul our catch but wer out cf water while off the coast of brador in wlwt mu fJLUE D8HIXdpOWX TIlE JAOOEU ICt called Huteblns strait and were look lug for a safe iceberg to tap when we were struck by n nasty storm MMtnys the storm at sea Ive iscen but few to c iual this one The waves seemed like mountains dashing our lit tic schooner taward the rocky shore while the wind seemed to drive us Into the ice floe rapidly gathering around n Not a man on board slept for two days or nights expecting every minute would be the lat On the third day the storm eased n little and we begal to think of watir The scuttle butts Itail l been empty two days Vo bnd tbiuclit little of that during the blow butliow thgdaDgcr was over time thirst wasnp onllS AbJut 2i oclock In the uio idui which Is daybreak oft that coast I saw wlriit looked like miles of Ice lyindl rectly leeward Of the Blanche ioyicrd the end of time lte nearest us IborCfiirif a pout of water We often thud thwu on time Ice and we knew that Ittwas fresh f What shout went up frorfj the ers ns their dories were lauuiuheI and eight men with axes RtarttiJto get a siipi y of Ice for our returnfvir Ed Hiui3ou and Mike McCallocb were In thi first boat to get there naIL springing on the Iccbroke forthc jonJ lying Hat to drink the list water tast ed In twa days Suddenly one of the luin In the rear hOots saw theJce begin to rise and yelling to the boys told them to nut for the schooner MeTnl loch heard hUn Just in time anti with a cry to Hniipon whj was farther away sprang tar the doryand saved lilmnelf Even while we on the Blanche oik cd on The great white mass of Ice VTU surely rising and time sea hilt begun to be so treacherous the dories had to put away to keep from being swamp ed wlileh left poor Hanson helpless on the rising berg At first be hardly realized wha wAs happening beIng iso Intent on getting Ihe water b needed but finding that be hail to climb higher and higher to keep above sea level his jseful fate Sroke upon him He knew the berg was turning and ike n crazy man ax In hand he chuo utl niul fought his way upward We ould only htand and watch him train he Blanche My God I sold to McCulloeh hell one sure arid my best mass too 4No the men cried Iles up lIes rpT And sure enough he was cllfu 4ng higher anti higher flhtng for Uf4 now gaining now slipping back whll Liass of Ice slowly rose arid thi waves unshed up to get the man Fully fifteen minutes we watched He was growing jmmlleranl smaller to our sight when at last with x sort if tiliak time berg Mettled and there feet above the water clinging to the top and looking no larger than a crow was Hanson Wt saw tha he was going to jump That meaqt sure heath I grabbed uiy trumpet and rled For Gods sake man dont Jump The wind must have carried my voice to him for be hesitated a moment Slide yelled the crew Slide Hanson r F called through be trumpet ns calmly nod loud air I could Slide and God help your But t till be hesitated f And why wouldnt beT said the ear taut with a merry twinkle in his eye He hadnt draggod a toboggan up wKb him But then be continued the laughter dying front bU face a fearful thing happened We were straining our eye to see him make the vllde- when to onrea came the sudden sharp crack nut the 19w rumble o time ice break On laud ypu call It a laud slide but to ux iII meiut that the berg was breaking and we would see our brave lad dashed Into the swirling mass of Jce Who volunteers for the dory cried to the crew and almost before the words were uttered three brave men were rowing lke mad for Uws yes cue Tha Ictff breakJiMff I yelled lImuce more through trumpet but tbd noise and wind seemed to fling the words bttclcii Slide Hanson Slide ma M Ill shoot I cried and I Irei aiy revplver twice in itb air for warning Wltl that he let k4tBMlfvf feet Irst amid 444 dQwsag ki s TTLjfl iimrus tr CC Ii06 s Tlie roar of the breaking berjjf aIMost dcafefal r and I wondered IfJ traTot f9lfo l e four wea lufltea of one when llamsan struck the jt tcr clow by theMoryt1 fQum bcgaii 6 pull or life the flUb boat pbtwdiii IjhroiBgli the sea Not a nUatte ton IODU thy wacbed the schooner warn wltU c last roar the Ice came crumbling crashing down U was a mad sight but U wouM bave been an awful way to die Ioor batIcrejtIt menInjapy a Uay but said Captain Fly aoe with a tremor 4n his voice it was a sight we woat span forget and tbf experience will last one through iifV Our cat h waa all iu anti thiti wa nothing to stop ui from heading for home Glad enough we were to turn our backs on cruel coast of Labrador LOf cIRVS1ID Z1iAVEXIWTI Etsi- Jtion In 1kg Junjtle nf JnJm llie Cir forest 4n India was the tedue of a sad tragedy recently A shooting expedition unler Lord Lam ictftou set out In an attempt to rid thq toioft of several lions which had been preylng on the neighborhood for some time On the first day the party got two of the beasts one falling to Lord Ijiuiluglous gnu and the other to that of Colonel Kennedy Meanwhile Mr- Du Boulay MaJoiC Carnegie ansi Cap tutu Foljumbe other members of the expedition rode about ten miles jute the Jungle and atI length came to BUllab where they were told that a llou wax only a ficldj distance away Tliey took up positions In three treed commanding the uUIla and after an Interval of twenty mlnutw be lest began slid ten muiutca afterward 1 line lion emerged He uiove towai j Mr Iu Boulay who waa about to tire TUB UnOTJB B7KCCK II1V A BLOW when a shot came from Captain Fol jambe Almost simultaneously 4Mr Du Uonlaj tired and missed Jbift hit second shot struck the lloaj lii tbl right shoulder rather high Tbc ant ma Immediately fell but gotiup am went hack into tht Jungle ILe party foliouwl autou3ly for nearly a mile and Several timed uxi nere sent up into the tree to Tool hcud Suttilenly the lion ajipeare dud cUuged the patty Major Cameglt Ared but only giazed the brute whlci struck him a blow on the left shoal tier with his riglit puw and then sfclzet tint anti bore him tolht ground Mr lu Boulay dashed up to the lion ud fred Into the region of Its heart at point bioak range killing It on the- isot lie poke to Major Carnegie but major did sot answer and the aa lure of his Injuries left na doubt that ittarb must bite beast InstantaneoUs The lion that killed him uicasurev tavesm feet A FAVORED INDUSTRY shssCullvre II Attracted Faruirr rLi Year Owing to the senega ly succc ful onion ea ou lat year more than ujuul aitentlon lk glw the subject of 1JJ acreage Cool wcutLer throughout some of the more northern section retardeJ planting Yet it Is reasonably certain that time general acreage this year will ljro33 somewhat larger than In lX i There may bte local excvitlons but tbei e are more than o fret by the Btraug dlspo Ition In Home big commer cUt jonlon produchig places to Ueal more extensively In thin important crop says Orange Juild Iarmcr lime attitude of M Ailg m and WH conain fanners tuvHitl onions is one of marked favor This Is particularly true hrthote sections where onions forn am important commercial crop lu the Green Bav district of Wisconsin the crop recently sowtd U rcpoted fpIy as large ju lmt yeir The e grower who rlth clay soil have gener ally In reaped the acreage fl4 ona on such hiuu ic bothered les1 bina Sots i In the Grand llaplda district of Mi h Igaii some report the ncrcuc utile otiloiu as it thin lurgci thou last J ea son There bclevel to be a slight rc dhctiyu In Muskrgpn county ns tte en largement In the peppermint a reag is cncroacblug somrwjut ontptbiij la time important trucking ll8trict4 u ar Uilengo the area dcvotvd to onlbin l looming uii about 10 per cent heavier than last 8cuon A correspondent In Wabasha couny Minn siiys the acveage is double 1h it of lOOt In souse sectloin of Sniitli 4 a kola there U a Blljlit restrii ton bu this state li not Important front a com mercial Ytand point Our corwapowleut in Larlmep county Cole gay j growers are going nye extcaslvely Into onions While the ncreuKo will be liirgorthan last year will mt b much above normal Ofalo generally promles a bigger acrease NeirTork rcibrti vaiy sense what Prices lead encouragemeiiftMi dlaaitroiM xiwieRcea rith mufgoTs Jeni te hr a Intiwldated some er K ii4awl l ticBlarIy the Connecticut riv r vaIyl MexIesec1iquite a lit tie tia1In iMloU culture ts Heason ike acreage Wi rfr aty estcadfet rITI T 1- IT1iEATJtiCWiiICX ITf FOOLtOjC JEfFERSQN AND If POCkED THEPULIC JOO l Tli 34ryf sriitz4risat Wa til ren to iSis Great A ler on On Ocessleft Whcsi lie Wait PJtui- I1tl Vam Winkle In BallMorr ff Tbe best story ou Joe JHcrson jris Sf printed rurlus bs lirelmiv and Ibekiudly old gentleman blmself meat lo ida seward Mltbout ere bavins heard It said the advance ajjint fol none oftlle people around bun ever yJtj up nerve enough ttjtgl bha tbit lit baJ been taken In niongwttm that dear pub lie wbpse attention we bcralds of anj- Werc endeavoring to catch It wai yearj ago In Baltiuio e Je- tXru opened on a Mouduy night Iin JUpVau Winkle and allbauga lit was always a prime favorite with tbfri liter goers there ucllbrt tbj aitcadauci that evening nor time advance sale o acatsfor the week had bequ ovov gjolj Thc fqll5 In front of tbeluuw eilj their o es over the ticket ri k anJ came ts the coueluslpn that uueM owethumsttiusu1IiV1B done time eeeiist would not be as large as they sbouhl be Well wbou time business plid of a bow ieaebes that point tblug are li able to be doing In the good oM eou line wIthin a very limited spaee ot tIme rnd time boys on Jeffersons pay roll If they vera not the sirftlejt at that 89 1 of tblu were certainly ujt the slowest In tb ppfe3slou Ve jut our btadsi toe her and arrlvel at tbd coneliition tba what was nievle for good ft prow notices was souse re murkable popular manifestatlou of niw prccbrlau of genlu3 I dont wean clapping front the oreieit a nor tb eat oaks from tutu galleryv but something that would set time tpwu to tallug We tbotigbt lug over the varlou scbemel suggested Lut none of tbem apicarej to be Just lime proper one fjr time pmV i poi Suddenly offle bay wb wni us fetllng as tbc u uiil ma of o0ie boys around a theater butted In vtb4 Say Vuy dont you bave blm drapifd IDragged wbnts tbaf I asked hHiy have hint rushed after the mftjluee tbs afternoon by a bowllp mob of admirers Have them unhitch lila horses ned drag him oft ti lila hotl with their own hands And say gee whit Ive jTJt It Let the bunch that fli cs It be Jousts Hopkins boys That aint bum for the kid remark ed the assistant treasurer patronizing ly but where are you going to get yot r Johns Hopkins boys You doul thoik theyre lying around waiting to turn themselves lute a bevy of IlomaU chariot chasera do you Oh say youre dead slow replied the office bog wlth every indication of disgust Come with nla down on ilarsh Market space and In ten mlni utes ill have you the greatest bunch of students you ever aaw Not knowing time town very well then I waspuzzled at how Ilopkluk studentx were to be foil nil on Mnrih Market space and saul so Why they aint students at all4 explained the nil knotviug office l ayj Tiheyru buiitu the worst tat of eon chasers In the town and there are1 hnndretlsof them For cents a hemli for the day you east get all nf them vrtu v ant Get thirty or forty dress them up In store clothes that you can get at aj y old costuniers buggy trousers aU turned up at time bottom short coat with a southwestern erpwurc dink hats ltb coloreJ bands JaunijTlittlei fried egg cops and sassy Kuponthc4 wrist sort of canes and the restll bej easy motley IWe began to appreciate time feaslblln Hy of the scheme and soon were eon verted to It I must admit however that It was not with an altagetber easy fecling that I started ou our work of uiclamoriihosing a lot of trampa into blithesuiiic cbllcgc lads but our task turned out to bo not so dlilicuit after all t The 50 rents war nu alluring proposition to most of the gentlemen of leisure whom we found congregated around the bnngbolet of the beer bar relrf mot recently ejecfed from the dirty barrooms with which time neigh I toIthem all to an Institution called tboi Worklngmcnfl iesldentiil club anti had Louis WaKhed and shave amid puti lu apple pie order thit some of them looked nlinot reapeetable Ly time time we got through One great hulk Ing fellow whom we wanted a time leader of thio gay aiid care f5e agre Ration refused absolutely for a thii tu part with b3 whlskiri ahd only coui seated to time sncrlfke whim we Up11 him we were gyng to pay him 5 to uaptain the bunch Slein while our agents lund been busy gctUnr together a suitable wunfi robe for oar little pompjiny Tljcm ras a fitting on process for time next lirtur at tlu eoucltwion of which itsvas voted that wchul a crowd of senior and freshmen that would have faded time fiower of Yac Hanflrd rrlncoton and IIopLIns all roiled into one It required u little icHI tm make Koine ofthi look youiinful enough for their part but er m rihaged fairtej well for all thrt When ve lined gingup we noticed that the troiHiMi t at a few luntiy reabhel to time nnkloi i alttl caused one involuntarily to think ihat the tailor bad done better tiliav turned them down Insti ul of up nn1I t here nnt Viere students toei would seek to prove at first binl that hoes really coitrtfned feet Rust vSI consoled ourselves by relleeting lliat t noou wotild be heartless as to5 IK l moved t amlble reflection by thl In z ulcatlon of poverty on the port of a brave yonir man drinking deep at tis fountain o jinwlege We further t eongratulutcd ourselvcis as we rtn cur eyes upi and down time line iiii tSt Xouv Reillenien wild ono u our party reiuernlier you ne college boys euircleSs and light hearted vithjmt a touch of deviltry In you You are tar net away with the pciVoiuan e of Jo Wlli Jeiieson Mr Jvffe oi Is the greatest actor Auurlcui t you know and you uu cnihusiasllc to jdo souutbjugi that will 8hov your n lifeciatloa ot hs genius that Is enough for the privcut ftsoept that whaiever you sure ealSetl ui on to do tie- It with youlh ul vim Throw youiluu lu time air clap edh othir ou time back und snake u uoixe Mr Jjy hee It ypiir fearer ad you arc to ohmjtv hU iurftcuctlous from this time ou What you dont know Mr Jpy without his wbiskerH Wci It U h all right ItIyou do well boys therell be a rattllu lUje dinner waltng1 for you after lieCbow In addition tti the cents The Instructions to Mr Joy who R was tahen fully into our confidence S Gvetiris riven the lloiikius yili mind hit to feivc isis lIe i iratlcieut Juf thIs anil 4 iwpve otIjcrsdcralV vf hen time lime fror Rctlou strived t4 I1IP smmltaton wio fIIaie nut a ziiitifEu TI= Opportunities in CalHomla fT Whe trade in the Oiientis cmeniirfetm tYffc a ulpiduringied v There till soon be a treJQienydugier rnmJtIieFrEastI 4 v Xri rrk t X thereV1iyOnly 61250 Chicago to San rancjsto br Los Angeles ana return Mciyi 2 3 ffivfif i2 13 29 30 311 june August 6 78 9 101 r 12 13 and 14 190 Tickets gcod for return for 96 mys Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tdaii it sleepci iorn Chicago tor San Francisco os AiicrclesSinta fltS 5 iff Californi r wily p7 TJirdugfi train service fin tU Union Passenger Station Chicago via the S lU Xfe Chicago Milwaukee 5 St Paul Union Paciiic and Southern Pacific L1ni I V This is the route of The Overland limited leaving Utldn Passenger Srntinn Chicago 605 r fn and The Califcirnia Express at 10125 p m The California Kxpress carries toiiistrf S1eeping cais to California every cia Both trains darry through stanc1ard s1eepers s Pr Complete information sent free on receipt ol coupon with blaiilt lines filled W S HOWELL GenTEastera Agent Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Pssenger Agent CHICAGO irom ue marine ar UJ osorz nt sprig them were piir garnished friend or time Space wlu had lienlerTn tjirougli the singe entrance uud then parget oilt Into the niHlItoyiuiyl frumbfi id tie Private boxas OJt on time street nut before tbv crowd had dljpcvtoJ hey were ready for biiinesj begin iliig with what I supjiof was Intended foe the university yelljjnd which scudded someihiug like tills liah rah raJtj Who mrs wt iceIClar the way For the bunch from J II U Of course jjubliei attention tvi nt once centered oh ihla howllig mo i of ardent colicgincj stud our fillow4 iepf timings going hot until Mr JcTcviuu emerged from the alley at the sid ot the theater He rnsImnioiliately sue rounded by the Hopkins coterie ivhp cried with one accord Jeffcr2Oh Jejrcrson Grand old moan 14t 1mr1e boys il 300 Oil Ieas the stuff Fflr Seondyou 1TeIsiecl Jot FroinJ II U Weli sir before Ictferson lund iline to recover from hU surprise they seiz ed and carried him to time carriage cut the trace udtuvued the horJiM lo e and ilunUing and howling starter up street iivutly wifb the driver ou time 1JX uud lhf actqrlnsliie followed by a mob of hilts ire44 tlie pulled uu to yvehutMr Jefferson of coirXe absolutely Ignorant of the true character qf hh streuiiDUo admirer made tbein a llttl speech irons time Htei3 of time liotc in which he sjioko of the drama and art and three or four otbyr things wliicii bh hearers did not know the meaning of lint whiili ucvo cheered to the echo I Naturally we saw to it that time om uiseieut pyvof the press did iflrttover look thi Interesting piece of uoVji of the John Hopkins nniversltj boys honoring tie veleniu actor and If you will tike tile trouble to look up the nowsipapriv of that duty you wil see limit tbey give ample space time jier foruuiiue Our cringe boy of time hour with one or two dishonorable exceptions who sacrificed their dIimuers ami lurre jimdumtttPtlmtnmi and then vent luck fo their ac4ua tiiniHl hAtiuijiivndy io give their wui zr4 frge liluy until another advance tnin shouhl seAiiiee them with a toppt Ing oTtr of gofl anJ food Washing ton Ftar CMII at Sen All ancruoon lhe brig ralK on theloug vcllx which iiourl gew heavier Tuyi Iehl agaliiKtllie Iiorl est swung onward beneath the Ueel and swept parit with time niireJendln persistency that seemed the embodi ment of vindictive bate A gile an be combaleil last In the gMJtyo a ciilnj niau Ia hClpleg Every leirt of the vessel cried out in pntestr The xuinvas slatte l and flapped like jtbe- tigtwl of a image bird vainly trying ttp rlsefrocj time waves every blocks at tied ami Toaked the main boom shi1etstt1m BEESLaxative HONEY AKO TAR An lniprovement over5fl- ouZh Lung and Broncl4a- iemedii Cures ougm- trengthens the Lungs d- ently Moves the Bowels Pasat te the tutif- ocY ug d pJpAtYI- Nds MdIIN Icati I LL- aillaydOns ihLrnacy- ii i 0 jLiiiame T Ctrcet addres t 11t i iacity I t 4- Probable dstznatzoa Ctm1FORUt r i 1rr 3r C1ubbllg List for bIDOB We ofer fbelow an nttraciive clu bn lIst hoh inccdii nearly sill ilie city papers and leartinjf tnagazinrs heW cth isnb cJibeis and all wJio paysp and renew illT tiwni DEADER and any of fh pipers below for one ypbaVf V Lbui villa Post daily v l BiBO CourierJournal da lyt 4 Times daml- gLujtiIlF1omasd m daily 2sOI tour or JvurntI ec1cIy 1 51 JLouisville flera1dwetik13 a 5 Home and Farm Farmers Home JaurnaI31J5 L- Cinci flati Ci mmeuciai i6sne Cipcinriati Enquirer 156 Country Gentleman2AXbreeders Gaze t JhCTeitfitw Poalirytuiri Onib Fnrmur ik i Independent f ifn I Ilse Commoner cosSt LoustilobuDeuj ciat 75 SU NieholdsI il15 w- I TbeDeiirmetr ors t1183pWorn ilms Utimue Companion S1kCiur Mnga7lne 73 IurpersMagazine Harpers weekly j j y 45Barp V Bazar 1144 American AgricuUurist t 4 35 vfr- Bppcililrnta pi giveti on many oilier publicatiohno irBfnticiie alove vbicli wUl be made known off applfcatioc to Oi V E L tAVISONl ji tuh Nis LrAD R tSprmngltIKm I lart TneriTur every roa nU3 ciaTti tDvr tge bl ck chiMi fMUJ time pantry I aw trnuie lu ejiwtjnt rattle of crocif rv nut the blue spa dippetl ip thfoigh the seupers KTtatied back amid forth across the main deck Fj ght LeKs ivcry stitch of cauvasbatJi been furl cr ilred up f3 save it am ylu brig lay rolling In the dark bellows Iije adrimcen ualiar reeling bomeL Frank Tobr in Century Mi auJ llntx ami Cbarclicji- In the sisteeifth rnl seventeenth lonturlea limit WcreSonunonly Worn by nea lit Protestant churches both on the continent of Europe nnd In Great BritilH Pepyssiiotci in bit diary as singular circumstance that nt time French church nt the ivoyhc saw nut Ssegt iS llVSi Avhat he bad never seeiiUc fore viz u clergyman preaching with Jii hat olZ Another author of time pericl iays inie ongregiitloliii tooU off their bojV tvhea ifcy sang time Psalms but Tsept timer bendHcovoretl If they read tiigin- Thi Ij JI cltstoui almost died out ufIet tue rcjloriUon but was rovivel again by William III When William however found time Dutch habit aifSed oflfeuse to hi English subjects he diplomat icilly reiualiietl bareheaded during the pray crs ami then put pn IsIs batter the rxnaiaii raletccrtii myn the eiistom si viyed- In TnirovLirth as late its the year 1801 Hir iic CriJ He creRt Kuierson ilettnetl greatness a Sini pllclty Indeed to be simple 3 tq be great Tht question emerges Ls1re uple today If not 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ArkIMt bI akce Miss Ssrs J MAclMii b53a Idftr contempt fee io p 11 iwa lila 4 taute foe If iu a s mar WWcfi ttiuiHei wItia the dignity of his oflVw aoe thaes On Jits t4MrAUaii io lime sip jtalfrtay fathei jjfir him it cj t1 teztsmsi lbg 1ust1y we elM pitI tMt thituiop m ar1 amer e3L41the r k1o c4 MM MMpfcitl by t 1narnrtaeuea Ig My father WLl I1pst il lord he Ingun patieotty wbtre art jewk I LC yJY Iy iwido laughed 4cot i1 tsee ltonaki be 3ktc4mt- tI t add to tPZtitmttioflL tiraUi tliari Jim contina y voot lii kti thnuk hc vn that I no a Mac loOvlV Iroia TV tUshopi Xl ce1 14 C B 1cad r I iIJ II r f OtJerithe 1 t I BorderAwior f Jthhl 3mxt- riz7 1hr ci Jwral1t1 EtcPbJrt JI Ss L j JJltJa tuj was gone tne iixeeper r l atte17ii I II upon her coming to supper with iEr I 1t he frot Sted she bad no i1 ipwtttf aL iodecd sat opposite him 4JtI jwiin jiMl efvki not touch a morsel sheiJ inia hd JCMplBg bee eyes dovncast 4M7 jHrl be said anxiously you ikAessi4e4y tired 1 see that you I the1it1 Jjr MC taken teSt here a t wj vtji v fJlC olyou Eager as I am1 to fc teward I will stay If you wish f ua4JPjiSjii hate pM cat you or I wjil push fI ciyy SHBiML toe Met for you Ube well enough In the morn fJ j inam tired tonight And ifliNI too Yeg 884 dispirited You will ex eiiee me 1 know PrtBcea oaet her feet but seemed so falBt that she leaned against the t tbfjOrt He was by her side atoAce IMy nreet lass 1 am so sorry for LrS 70f Tetl me 1t1 can do tor you Cr and oa y ss lny life Is yours If you rti4fi require fcJ5 r Jwijw Xev el Heaven grant you take no t Sf Irart fer my ake i 4 loBe sMpyed 11S arm about her waist J Jp ii aM ire M have drawn her toward r44 i i rbt4 with more Btrength than he h d expected her to possess she held ntA7 N rm great love for her almost V Aftf orereame htei and all the prudence he I uddenyIiio th wladc Dear dear lass one 0tMdl ef our lips and see If all doubts t do 1I8t dtoealve before the contact f A Neiff she wrenched herself free and iifStT weaU hare escaped but that he UX j forwai aWl caught her by the sprangI a grip lie was to remember tJt tttH Bight In spite of this prisoning iil rMa i were raised to the sides of 1IsgbJ4bIfce a d a look of such terror shot 1yt frefs her eyes that be feared some tJi SMMhMM had come upon her Pt i 4Net thatl Kot that she shrieked The kiga of rHdas It would kill nie I J Wb V His arm dropped paralyzed to his fjIjbP we UK he stepped back a pace ijIi rt asasjiti at the expression she had used Vjf b aM the terror of her utterance Next liMiJaat he wis alone and the closed 4ooV between tbem Still he stood a fril W1W1 abe kti Jet him Ikiss of Judasf be muttered JJiji The klHot Judas She lover him iihtI1HIme h1 frIend trying to take ii 1 J J 1 4 Mvantage ot him because we j iJarealoBe together De Courcy spoke t14f trutli Woe is meiihe loves him and n d I Wbtdloo10 God pity that poor trw girl aM this insanity of passion wasted i 1i oa so rank a curl 11J Frances led to her room and threw bHt kenelt n the bed in an agony of tears oJJUf Tkis atora subsided into a gentle rain w Qt subdued weeping and finally ceased 0 31as gljgji iujd thi heavy tramp of riding al1 jiJHet ta the aoTofnlTng room She sat JIiUHd u iiWpJa tbe darkoess listening intently He d1 the wooden shutters of the iftfnjf wIiiWf shaking them to be sure that their fastinWgs were secure Then tle Lffir bfJM e the outer door were thrust Into jotfij OJ their plawie but this apparently falling tt satisfy tkc doubts of the Inmate tket was a sound of some heavy artl itril1 j cite of fHraiture being dragged across ttH Toon then the tramping ceasedpw l aa4U was still Unheeding she heard JJLgI1 tie clock laa neighboring tower toll ttie bear JiqW it struck again and she coasted the notes Eleven It Was still too early People slept heavier as i tiIai 1It were 00 One two three four Are six seven It must be midnight aIrst five strokes had been on CMKwells breastplate She roused hsMelf and attempted to take off her slises butcher hands were trembling te te she WBI forced to desist She sat i tj1Np again telling herself It was better to wait until all effect of the long chiming hid ceased for the striking of Mint twelve sometimes disturbed or awak cued the soundest sleeper The clock tewer seemed dangerously near as If It I fH1 t were approaching her hour by hour m1 At last the shoes came otran4 In cretpI1Irapid1ulfqIt threateQed to choke her Then she T ilid back the bar and drew open the floor all so smoothly oiled that there qit aotbewkLaperofareat Site tip J 4 oed Ito the cavern of blackness and i llence holding her spread bands In fn nt of her moving slowly with the ffjltlb08t catitlozi step by step IQ her mind she had estimated from ItIh befc earlier survey of the room that nine steps would take her to the bed Ii Jfow she realized she bad taken a Jiit dozen and yet had not come to it She t5i stood bewildered and listened The t 4u Helplessness of a person In the pitch dark thrilled herewith a new fear up setting all her calculations The panic iof pulsation In her throat and In her Jj rears at tlrst rendered any zt mpt at 4 listenmg futile but at last she heard his regular breathing as peaceful as that ftWet an infant and it came from the T other side of the room For a moment this tcrrIthK1I1er and she wondered if fj flskhe were feally awake or In the mazes 3iJcfi of some baffling nightmare but the so quietedj1rJttied that he had dragged across the T pp tor and he was now sleeping ugalnst the outside door She changed her dl rectlon and with her former stealth c u ghostlike to the edge of thecouch Jtnir II1I8 doublet was open at the throat tkit WM so much to tbe good tike a 114ssowMnke Ja its coldness and Its light 4q4g BeIl1erhaml stole down underneath i h kis veit fluttereti by the slow steady Ssabdued beating of his heart running n v J e saab wild race as her own at that 4 l2vs e W t It seemed incredible that at 5ti iMt hir liigers closed on the parch 4 rntott hut 1erelt lay4and gently she irJt forth Was the rObbery to be fA 4a1iIIT aecoaplIaheI after all Ah k L b 4 ooMcratuIated herself too soon i sct fait EIther the silken cot4 MrfjiiW HJtwas caught or the docu qt t wa swwrW io the vest a con r abf had jtever tboight of and fdmtim P atiBOt natural Twice she tty theta t tilrd iime tiijt oirt wkn K cameex t trueklegMn iMtantly J4T 1tIt I v C4 w NN4 I hk coke lJ11 e a r ir t 2JA1t1t ROERT yoeI I tj jJTowstopped dead Lucky for her that at this supreme moment all action was impossible and that she was stricken Into frozen mar ble She Imagined he was awake and knemr her and then the cold horror of her situation numbed thought at ItsI source Frances The voice came more sleepily this time and Me repeated thrice very rapidly Frances Frances Frances Feebly her heart lied taken up its work again She was nottodte asshn row Slness his voice rambled on Then the words became Indistinct and died away But alas the grip of Iron remained on her wrist For a long time the stood there motionless then tried to disengage his fingers gently but at the fl movement the grasp tightened again One oclock struck He slept 60 silently that it began to appear to her agitated brain that she was a prisoner of the deadSbe came near fo slating from very weariness TWA oclock tolled from the tower Sometimes she fancied she slept standing there but her five Jailors did not sleep She kept wondering In which direction lay the open door for at times the foom seemed to swim around bertthus disturbing all sense of locality She almost laughed aloud when she thought of herself free but groping helplessly fpr the open door falling to find it and she shuddered that even the remem brance of laughter should come to her at such a time Surely a sign of ap preaching frenzy Then It seemed the fingers loosened but hand and wrist had lost all feeling and she could not be sure She totter ed and nearly fell When sbestood- uprlgbtagnln she was free he mutter asblngIto recover The girl could scarce press a cry of Joy at her release She moved eagerly in the path that should lead her to the door but bunjring too much came upon his jackboots on tbe floor and fell helplessly so over wrought that even when her feet touched them she could not draw back Whos there Whos in this roomy cried Armstrong She was standing again fully expecting to hear h3 feet on the floor but the and he counted bcllstruckthreeI still again When room she closed and barred the door as silently as she had opened it The tension relaxed she felt she was going to swoon Blindly she groped for her shoes murmuring 0 God not yet not yet Give me a moment more Finding her footgear at last she dared not watt to put them on but stole softly down the stair steadying herself against the wall The cool air out side struck her like tile blessing of God and soothed her whirling bead She heard a horse champing his bit then a whisper came out of the dark ness Is that you at last madam Yes she sold sinking on the doorstep and leaning her bead against the lintel the cold stone grateful to her hot forehead You are not hurt madam Inquired the man anxiously No no she gasped then with an eldritch little laugh I want to put on my shoes thats all- CHAPTER XX- VpHE word for tc night Is the InnkeePer 1Broughton then took her horse by the brldl and led him down the street The girl became aware that the town was alive with unseen men for at every corner the BroUghltonllila progress She realized then that Cromwell had surrounded Armstrong with a ring of esba living clasp asher own wrist bad been circled earlier In the night At last they came sud denly from the shadow of the houses Into tbe open country and the night seemed lighter Straight on tot about a league said the innkeeper You will be challenged by a sentinel before you reach the castle and he will lead youthere Remember that the word going and returning BroUghton In spite of herself the girl experi enced that exhilaration which comes of the air the freshness of the country and the movement of a spirited horse Through the night she gallopedl until her horse suddenly placed bis fore feet rigid and came to a stop so abrupt that the shock nearly unseated her Who goesi came 4hc sharp cbs lenge from under the trees that overshadowed the highway VBroughton she answered automat ically dire you the woman from Banbury Yes This Is Brougbton castle I will lead your horse They descended a slight depression and came to a drawbridge passed un der an arch in the wall then across a level lawn on the farther sldcof which stood the broad eastern front of the castle with its numerous mullioned windows a mysterious half light Jn the horizon playing on the blank panes which recalled the staring open eyes of a blind man The house seemed high and soinberT ritb no sign of light within The sentinel beat agalnstLthe door and it was opened at onceIutfl- ed as had been the knocking on the onklt awoke tW alert general for when Frances had dlsmounted and fol lowed her guide into the ample ball Cromwell stood at the head of the stair a candle In bis hand Come up he Yorairianded and ns she ascended the stall cried impatient JyWeUI Ther lsthe kings commission she said quietly presenting the docu ment to hint He took lit without a word turned and entered the room she following him He placed the candle on n table did not take the time to untie the silken cord that bound the royal communication but ripped It asunder and spread open the crinkling parchment holding it up to the light Hie read itthrought tothc end then caiungfit onlfempfuou6jon the table IfaldiWench you have done well WouliV you were a man f The pardon for my Brother sir it ltnp3c0v4 1 Gjl 3 t It ts r a f libd Ui cot1ilJ wt captain also You See I truitM jU So did another and through his faith be now lies und ne in Banbury You have not killed him cried Cromwell sharply looting with some uncannyLnpparitiom her and her face seemed pinched and small white as the parchment on tbe table and rendered unearthly in Its hue by the mass of cavern black hair Killed him No Butll have killed his faith in w9man cozened him lied to him robbed him to buy from you with the name of your Maker on your lips n life that youT know was not for- feIted but which you bad the power to destroy Ah yes yes yes I remember youc tongue of bld but It may wag harm less now for all of me His life wni forfeited Aye and this Scots as Weil But noimatter now He threw before her the pardon for her brother and his commission as captain then strode out of the room to the head of the stair again and she heard his strenuous voice hide at once to the commandant at Banbury Tell him the Scot goes free w that he Is not molested but should he turn in his frac1s nd attempt to reach Oxford again hold him and send word to me Yes excellency Send up a stoup of Wipe tf He waited nt the stair head until the wine was brought then took It into tile room and placed It on the table before her Drink he said I cannot she cried JDlrlnk he roared bringing his clinched fist down on the oaken table with a force that made tbe very room quiver The word had all the brutal coarseness btSm oath and it beat down her weak resolution as the storm levels the Sapling She drank deep then let the flagon drop raised her hands to her face and burst Into a helpless wall of weeping There there he said In tones not unkindly do not distress yourself You are a brave wench and the wine will do you good boUgh you take It as It were a leechs draft You will rest here in Broughton No no sobbed the girl I must at once to Banbury Give me I beg of counIty HIS CLOSED WRIST your ruiuubc luuy tcacii null us soon ns may be But you you do not purpose trav cling farther with this Scot- I have done the crime I must not shirk the punishment Tut tut This is womans talk There Js no punishment He dare not place a biuid on you You may hare an escort of twenty men who will see you safe for al the Scots thati ever depredated their My punishment will take the shape of no harshness from him It tvlll come fo me when I see hts face know Ing me a thief in the night This pun ishment is with me now and will be with me always Woman 1 do not like ybur bearing touching what you have done You did your duty by your country Godaid- Ing you Neither do I like your attitude toward this meddler in affairs of state What is your relationship to Merely that of the to ward his victim Sharp words again hollow sound ling brass and tinkling of cymbals I ask you If there line been any foolish talk between you It twas so tis not an affair of state arid I shall follow the example of General Cromwell nOd allow no meddlers In It A wry smile came to the lips of her questioner and he dryly I told you the wine would do you good He sat down by the table and wrote thjQ pass for John the servant tying the three papers together with the dis carded silk cord that had wrapped the parchment of the king Giving her the package be her to the head of the stall and stood there while she descended She completed her descent passed outside without looking back and mounted the horse which a soldier was holding for her The birds were twit tering in the trees and the still water ottbe moat lay like molten silver In the new light She rode tip the accllv Ity then galloped for Banbury reach tag the town before anyone was astir The streets were entirely deserted command having cleared them and the invisible guards of a few hours befpre whom the magic paSs wordstllled seemed as nonexistent al- It they had been vision The sleepy received the horse and site crept up the stair of old Johns room and knocked upon it until he responded She gave hjm bU pass atid the two for her brother and tojd him to set oft for Durham as soon as he got Jils breakfast making wha haste he could to Warburtpn park He was Io tell her brother that she was well and would follow shortly Then she went to her own room threw herself on the bedf dressed U she Was and certain she would never enjoy In loccnt sleep again slept Imtantjy ijjTP7j 4 cKitVLSlEN William Arstro f kHIwindow overlooked the table yard a dbe recognised the mumble of the hostler who had assisted him yester day He lay still half drows4 the mattress most alluring to him when suddenly he was startled wide awake by a voice he knew Then I tara to the left for Brough ton 1 Yes sir muttered thehostler Armstrong leaped from lila bed placed his eye at the chink lathe shut ters and peered down into the stablel yard The voice had not misled De Courcy sitting on a was Just gathering up the reins and departing The Scot lost no time In pulling on his boots pushing aside the bed unbolting the door and making hIs way down the stair What dM this gayly plumaged bird of omen here In the country of the parliament when his place was be side the king Was there treachery afoot It looked like It Once out Bide he saw It was still early with the sun scarce yccoeyawning hostler Who wds that man you were direct Ing to Broughton I dont know sir When did he arrive Last night sir after dark Did he stop In this house F YesLsir I thought he was a friend ot yours for he knew your horse when I was putting up his own He asked If you were here and I told him you were In the room over the yard What ts Brdughton a hamlet lilt Is a castle sit Lord Says cas tle about three miles from here Gen eral Cromwell Is there now It is his headquarters in this district The young man stood stock still his eyes gazing into vacancy What traffic had this kings chamberlain with Cromwell How dared he come within the lines undisguised unless unless Like inspiration the whole situation flashed upon him De Courcy knew the burden be carried and had seen where It was placed He wes- son his Way lo sell his secret and sot the troops on the of the mes senger He must be off at once and outride the traitor Before De Courcy had gone his three miles be would have traversed a dozes and from tbpn rr INSTANTLY J FINGERS UPON HER neighbors hlnT highwayman remarked accompanied Cromwells phantomsof innkeeper documents horse parliamentary track var ti wouia oe a race to tub Slt1sh border Is my horse fed T Yes sir j Get him out at once I will arouse the others He took three steps toward the Inn then stopped as if shot his hand clutch- Ing his breast By heavens hes got the thing It self Bobbed a Im a sinner Now the disturbance in the night stood out clear in his memory but he wasted not a thought over It In up jn the astonished hostler be swept Never mind the saddle fellow Spring up behind me and show me the road to Broughton Up I say TIe horse can carry a dozen like us Here arp two gold pieces for you Guidance and a still tongue in your head arc what I want Armstrong grasped the two pistols from the bolsters flung the hesitating hostler upon the animals back and leaped up lin front of him Which way which way which wayStraight wn the street sir gasp ed the terrified man churning the rider round the waist Now to the right sir and next to the left Thats It sir Up the hill Ah theres your man jogging on ahead leisurely enough if Its him you seek Rlghtl Slip oft I cant stop De Courcy riding easily as the man had said wholly unsuspicious of pur suit or any reason for It had disap peared Into a hollow when Bruce like ia thundercloud came over the crest and charged down upon him with the irresistible force ot a troop ft dra goons The Frenchman hearing too late the rumble of the hoofs partly turned his horse across the road the worst movement he could have made for Bruce with a war neigh came breast on maddened with the delight of battle and whirled opposing horse and rider over and over like a cartwheel flung along the road from tjie hand of a smith De Courcy lay partly stunned at the roadside while his frightened steed staggered to its feet leaped the hedge with a scream of fear and scampered across the field to Its farthest ex tremity Armstrong swung himself to the ground wlth g quieting word to Bruce who stood still panting and watching every movement of his Inns ter A pistol in each hand Armstrong strode over to lila victim You halter dog traitor and scullion give me the kings commission Sir you have killed iuer moaned De Courcy faintly You bribed thief tie rope is your eat Youll take scath through heaoraWe warfare corret- De CoHrcy vaguely wondering low the other knew be carried It drew from a I UtLi1ILOJUi I Lii IM s F 1 MbHttlPf 6rUtidUhie f ftnted voul mission lifted by the klaimd hnildciJ It tip WIth a groan to the conqueror As iit was an exact duplicate of the one be had lost een tothe silken cord the honest Scot had not the sllghtcst doubt te had come by his own again and the prone man was equally convinced that some one had betrayed to Armstrong his secret mission yet fdi life of hfm could not guess how were possible The tkung man rtbe d the document where Its prod bad been then said to hit victim Had I a rope and a hangman With me you would end your life on yonder tree When first I learned your char actor you were In some danger from my sword a moment since you stood in jeopardy from my pistols Beware our third meeting for if you cross mj path again I will strangle you with my naked hands If need be De Courcy made no reply He real lied that this was not a time for con troversy A standing man well armed has manifest advantages ovcrap en emy bruised find on the ground and some thought of this came to the mind of the generous victor now thnjt his anger was cooling So whistling to his horst lte pj t rRVff acl and rode to Bhnbury at a slower pac than he had traversed the same hlghwaj some minutes before Rub 4own my horse well W tie I am at breakfast said Armstrong to the hostler and receiving eve y assurance that the beast should get ear nest attention he went to the In i and there found Frances awaiting bin Ah my girl he cried you have not slept well I can see that at once This will not do never do at all But you are certainly looking better this morning ttyan you did last night Is that not so Youare looking very well sh s said avoiding his question Oh Ive had a morning gallop ready What With the ride to Scjotlant still before you Is apt a merclfil l man merciful to his horse He should be but I may sojy this for Brucehe enjoyed the ride Quite as much as I did And now I am yav enous for breakfast and eager tor the road again He tinkled a llttl hand bell that rested on the tableI The servant anstered the I skiing bell and Frances busied herself actta the housewife She wal convince that be had as yet no knowledge of his ndtWheresuchdelayed until they were near tIe Scottish line or across it Then she must tell him the truth at whatever cost to herself and persuade him if sh could not to return When she majde her confession she would be IS a SIt10n to relate all Cromwell hadsaid to her show him that the general bail glen orders which would block any backward move and reveal his det rmlna tion to hang the Scot should he entan gin himself further with Engl h politics Yet she had the gravest doubts that these dangers would influer ce him These reflections troubled htr until the time they were on their hon es once more when Armstrong Interrupted fWherf e him re Goodby he cried to the hostler the one who had set him onthewar in the attack on De Courcy Good luck to you and your ft lr lady Ir replied the old In rat lag his cap in salute IWhy are you so friendly WIth the man asked Frances Oh the hostler knows muci about me said Armstrong He sees secret comings and goings and draws tya sage conclusions Banbury 0 Losd I shall never forget Banbury It is a Jrface of mystery the keeper of dark secrets and sudden rides of midnight theft and of treachery Ask the Brpughton road where Cromwell lies t9 reveal what It knows Things happen along that track which the king knoWs noth lug of and his royal signature takes journeys that he never counted upon Heavens pity What Mo you mean moaned the girl whit nlng to the lips He laughed joyouily but checked himself when he saw the tar rifying effect of his words on Ills com panlon They were now clear of Ban bury and trotting along the Coventry road Their departure had met with no opposition and they had cen not even a single soldier The opsn country lay before them the turres of the town sinking in the rear My foolish words have frightened you Forget them I ntfi ac umulat ing experiences that will Interest you to hear when the time comes for the telling Of them but of one thing am assured the good Lords auds by his own and be has shielded me since yesterday morning broke Cor ic Fran ces let us gallop That finl a trust in the Lord will remedy all t ills of man or woman She was glad of the respite and they set off at toll speed Xevertt eless her mind was sorely troubled Vhat did he know what did he kno vf beat through her brain in unison with the clatter of the horses hoofs I was not possible that chance had bro igbt him thus to the very center of I er guilty secret Cromwell treachery midnight stealth the Broughton ad these words and phrases tortured her Was this then the line of his rave ige Did he know all and did he p rpose to keep her thus in suspense hinting soothing her fears then reviving them making her black crime the ubject of jest and laughter She cast a glance over her shoulder Banbury bad dis appeared they were alone flying ever the land The doubt was u bearabl she would endure It no Ion er Im petuously she reined her h rae to a stand Stop she cried ai id at the word her own horse and Bn ce halted and stood The1 young man tu ned with alarm to her agitated face What do ybu mean by yo rtalkof Broughton and Cromwell Oh that Is a secret I d d not tend to tell you until our joi rhcy was ended when we could laugh ver It UK gather It Is no laughing matte I must know what you mean All dangers are laughable once they are past An unknown ur suspected danger threatened me at Da bury It Is now past and done with and the person who plotted against nie can barm me no more t There aie reasons Why I do not wish to mention this per sons name Barring that may tell you now as well asanotherti ne If you care to listen Tell me the story and I will tell you the name of the thief said Frances You slept badly last Bight Did you liar anything V III heard the clock trike the hours 1 beard it strike three but lat so ocked in drowsiness that I knew not H m t1rr1IntijTf111aCCU1eJ lTMi Laxative Bromo Quinine raws sn bsswSapest 13aitba TWI LUIU xvas calling to the IT tile Seven Sleepers were melted Into one I would outsleep that one Well to get on I was robbed In the night It must have been at that hour for I remember dimly some saet of disturbance But Providence stood iny friend By the merest chance It might seem but not by chance as I believe I saw the creature make for Broughton So heres for Broughton cried I on the back of Bruce and see if my good pistols would win back what had boOn stolen from me The Broughton road it was and the pistols did the business Say- Ing this he whisked from his pocket the kings commission Waving It tri umphantly aloft Her wideeyes drank In the amazing sight of It slowly brim ming with superstitious fear and then site asked a duplicate of tixiTni th tiK ot ber a few h urs before Did you kill Cromwell Cromwell I never saw him Oh I am going mad Who Is the thief Who Is the thief De Courcy jf you must know Why doers this trividl uiattei eo disturb you De Courcy followed us from Oxford last night and was lodged atour Inn By some means he penetrated Into my room stole this from me and I never missed it until I saw him ride for Broughton and not even then to tell the exact truth But I remembered that he had seen meplace this paper In the Inside pocket of my vest In the kings own presence ang then the whole plot came to me Beforethe saw Broughton Bruce and I were ciowo upon him like a highland storm on the lowland This Is not the kings commission she said Oh butlt JSI It Is iTot Have you read It dpneie the sheepskin She leaned eagerly forward and scanned the writing while Arm strong read It aloud You see he cried gleefully Of course It is the commission There are the names of Traqualr abd all tile rest just as I gavetbem to the secretary and there is Charles Rex in the klngs- own hand It te a duplicate CrQmwclJIms the original You never lejft De Courcy alive within a mile of Broughton cas tie j I did that very thlngJ Not as lively as I lutveseenliim yet jallve neverthe less Then ride ride for the north We have stood toq long chattering here All In good time Frances There Is moreliurry than cjvcr there was less indeed for it secijis to me that Cromwell for some reason wants to come at this by fritudai4d notrby force But now that De Coqrcys name Is mentioned between us I ask you what you know against hlniniore than I have told you tAgainst him I know everything against him Would that you had kill ed him He would sell his soul if he line one He robbed my dying father and on the day of his detthwlipn I was theonly one In London who did not know he was executed De Courey lured ineto his apartments at VTiite halt under pretense of leading we to the king that I might plenJCor uly fathers life There he Attempted to en trap me snapped Iii my hand the sWQrd which I had clutched from the Avail to defend myself and I struck him twice fn the face and blinded him with his own false blood and so escaped Judge then my fear when lisaw him there at Oxford The truth The truth At last the truth shouted Armstrong as lfva weight bad fallen from Tils shoulders The truth has a ring like honest steel and cannot be mistaken when once you hear it He lied tome about you in Oxford and I called him liar and would have proven it on him but that lie told me you were in danger I should have killed the wbelpthis morn lug but that he could hot defend him self ff ITo BE conmEI I YOUR BLOOD VESSELS Keep Them Sound ana YOB Have the Elixir of tire Every age sees Its earnest scientists still seeklR1hos they njaV discover the elixir or the force whth shall give us the energy the vitality and the appear alice of 10 thA German who lias hccn struggling with the subject is con vinced that the secret lies hi keeping sound our blod vessels We ne just ns od as oar hcajct hi declares an J this Is no pr6tty poetical sentiment b1t n cold scientific fat As years creep on our arteries nnd the heart lose vlgov find we then begin toabC Now WP run train this oruiIt appeaw to work better than it cocs Like nn oll clock If treated Judiciously It will g on as well n a new one but it Hoe not do to give It any of the liberties of the latter Wemu t carefully rogulafe the exorcise we t Ie the food wo eat the mental otto t we make the mus cunr wok we do We Rhp W ueltlie walk too much nor too fittlel We should get as much air as possible and never oversleep We should never cod tile ftllIlless should we be rash about colds fatigue anti so on London World Grtt1IT a Ifelonir Farmer I would have been n farmer had any science of farming been known to those among whom my early boyhood was passed Horace Greeley wrote In iSOS Panning as understoo and practiced by those among whom I grew up was a work for oxen arid for me the life of an ox had no charms And In temperament TTorac Cwpiov I l Sour StomachNo appetite loss oi strength ncrvbu I ness head cH constipation bad breath H general Debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov cry represents the natural juices of diges tion as thy exLstjaabea1thyeternac- kcomThwitkthi greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cutfK all stomach trotbla by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach siseIM with aletMeb for tnrsKodel cwHl M asd wa wallOW uatec atfk- KoeeJ ssrbew t Mffeete What Y tafr Rettlesoely iOOSIzekoldiee2theulhslW alM which Mite for 50 test- sblEi t999ttMQ L f r Iiw Jf t 11 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OMfjr TEIECaRAFHY ffraduates occupxinff prominent all over the United Staterit wiUHje mailed t you FREE School 0 tbe year Studentcaneuterat any time it J tft EJoWRIGHTPREIdENTi Wit8f1 runner an nis lire lie was born on a poor little farm in New Haiupshlre and his childhood ex pcrjencda of the vocation were those of terribly hard wprk anti si meager living as Its reward It Is ua wonder that printing seOmedmots promising him Oliver Bronson CuP 1 In JCfoun try Life In America A Grout Greek SehelHiV When Professor JacolrCopper of nut geri wits cxamihoiUfdr udniLsiou to Yale In 185L Tufer Talcott JaId4toMr Cooper Ifow much GreplcJmvQjyo read Over yCOO pages was the reply You dont mean that do you said Mr Talcott Isat 3000 JlmT k0 sir was the reply When I say pages I mean paRes l In later life he declared that If all the Hebrew Bibles In the world wee destroyed he could reproduce tile text from memory A Desperate Remedy AgentrI tame to deliver your book on How Play the PImoLndy But I didnt order any such book Agent consulting his notebook Have you a next 4qor neighbor naoigd Jones LadyYes is it for her Agentrlfo she ordered It for you Cleveland J4ca d erJWkea They CoulL NetAgree Judge1t Is your duty gentlement to reason with one another The Fore man Some people cant reason judge tthey can only nrgue Xer York Press Inta1kIug some folk never stopb think while others fhfnk to Sto- pTHECHEEtRFUL MAN All Doors Ply Open Wide te HIM Who Radiates Suu hlHC ya0r ItseJC has to concede a great many timings to the cljieorfn mnpffI The man who persistently faces the sun so that nil shadows fall behind hUu the waS whp ketspshls jiiacliluery Tll lubricatptl with love aiid good ohoer can withstand tim hard Jolt iud AlteappplntuHuits of lift lijUuItely hOtter tbau tBemaii who llollp ltbokll it the Urk sldert1ti nmu whO loves iliadowi who dwells forever Iu ihfc Aooui n nesslmlsVit ninn has very Jit tic toxvci Hi the world as v uiuire3 f I Wi ew ie Il t ti r I wn a bright jsunuy i foul l the 4orlilwnlsi way for the c1kcrli fill man all doors fly ppeii to him tvb4 nidlatcs siuisniuc lie Coe f not rteed mi InUjoductiou like the sunlight ha is wel 4uie vcrywljcrei A chKrfn dispojtfou Js not only at puwcrfrt Is also a greaJuatIi touleJ A dClICII ubJitn nItCf system more sEiccptIb1 to disease cncDnrageaVt lti rfi elbuuicnt C41JtsQltkJJbtlH l oVepjoif resistance A cheerful cil tesist disease I IJthJwcUk nmpng nhyslehiiis that Ikerc is ft 11 cat4 I en cbiuco of recovery lrpiU cxhututiyo 11I tllseaseffor a bright sunny ifoul thai ot iigliSjuy despondent one iCbeqr fulnessj Is health melancholy disease Glopm niall depression eeddlsease an hasten lira developnjeutSuecess llOHN PAtJk JONES 1 A JUIlJa View E bJIr f th JfeuthfHHM XK fcr4 Jobiv Paul the KIrkcudbdght niarkei 1 gardeners SOil who elected to be fit nious aXJaul l 3onSr hISs beg ceased toV i lie the interestIllgpcrseiIse be was in rthceycjsof the naTiI aUitbetitkM of thte fl1efEastJndlpm1J1j tf I ij i igttjcwl naIl captured a British frigate In British waters after eu of the laoet- ijzigulir sea combats oe r cordl The 1l5otn time tilaetler ntJ smugglor whom the ftastlak C rtdecorated and advanced seewhat 1r8Jlltt salttito the grade of a4mIral was tniltorj of course lii the view vt the 1irltlb gorersiment bwt ioe the ieee a thor ugk teaaiai of qtelte Unusual talent and originality a uIkbg courage and tenacity tSa tck The i Captali ToOee1 tao who jest Lqdyltel ki back bee pate his onipli nients bw the lost hMts e a gentle mm More baa the other eoqntnies h srved America baa reco nlied his Tnejtlts Pall Mall Oftwtte TfT ifttHlNG W THE SEA 7 Z4 iM ik4k Ciitrr l A JML battle tad It origin lji aa t t v 1750 whea Dr Richard fiisieii 1 v9 Miifcei hto treatise Oil the vJctoe CaiK TIM healing virtues of J i ttM M a bath were not understood nor rjjpai tM practice 1tst bathing gen ittaUj re orted to There s msto taTe existed a horror of the sea 4ed te Bwdlaeval times a compulsory jiifl ia Its Waters was a sentence often I paaeed oa the public offender In the r earlier Jd cades of the eighteenth cen J W tary western Europe suffered heavily r i in derlkfngsev1ltt the popular name for that tuberculous affection which courgedall classes from peer to peas I tif i aiit 1 t Dr Russell a Sussex practitioner Skad pbserved that dwellers oa the 0 r r f coast used to drlnkot the seawater J y bathe hi It even wish their sores In j V tt and bind them up with sea weed l1Ji JfHavln satisfied himself as to the efdcacy of the practice he began to 5Spresrlbe for his patients with most atlsfactory results His treatise re suited In the coasts becoming large jy patronized by the ailing and the de mand for seaside lodgings vas soon a growing 4uautlty This gradually 5r peoplejcoJibmcnced vras a good thing and the vital 1m portauce of the skin as an excretor of Swaste was greatly emphasized sonic whatlater Iii 1834 when the morning tiib was Instituted and has since ac- quiredt1 a worldwide reputation OLD JEWS hAD1TION roJVJMB TfFay the Israelite at Old Lot- V iO Their Third Eyq- Ti The Jews of eastern Palestine and tAsIa Minor have a queer tradition S1IICII has survived from ancient tlmef and tells i ia remote period in their history when every fully devolped Is f t rae1itasequIpped with three perfect eyes The two main optics were situ justtas eyes am located In the back part of the head- f just above the nape of the neck In the Cdgeof thb hnlr This wonderful third Seye In man was not evoluted1 out of existence but was closed by divine In junction on the day when Moses was given the tables of stone on SInaI i You remember that Gods command- r on the day that the tpblcIwere renew Sedwas ta the effect tbirt no man should be eouIn the vlclnjty of the holy mount See Ex xxxiv 31 The be tSj55 hovers lu the tliree fCje tradition say that Moses supplemented Gods com mand by ordering the faithful who iv were encamped In the valley to torn V thirlr heads from thjp mountain This J they did but tookYooS care to uncover Jhit eye that wa situated in the bact- j of the head Moses noticing this show tot duplicity on the part of his follow ers asked Gbil toclose tile third or rear eye and slnc that day tho Israelites In common with the remainder of hu inanity have been for cl to depend on two eyes jmly j Bears of OkeCnokee SwaH p The great Okefiitubee swamp J egln- sya not far rom Yay ross Gnjid ex J 7teudsdue souik for a distance of about fpcry mlle running over Into tflOrlda Hereln this vast tract Of desolate bog and swamp are thousands of black bear and deer and wild turkeys with out number The whole region IsI a hnhteijs paradise and yet so abundant Is the game in this remote and desolate- v cojuntry that It does not seem to dlmln lish in spite qf the nlmrods The bears weigh from 200 to 8QO pounds and put in a great part of their time preying upon the pigpens of the farmers If forced Into a figlit they are dangerous antagpuistsi and no prudent hunter will attak oric rave at a point of vantage JVVashIngton Post SPA Gyj lp In the archipelago of Mergul off they coast of lower Burma Asia live the sea gypsies Instead of carts th y own covered boats In which with their families dogs cats chickens and pets f tluy float about on the sea anti wander from Island to Island By day they fish or hnrpoon turtleafor dive for oysters but every night ticy put back to the shored If the weather Is bad at sea thoy land with theIr dogs and then poach catching porcupines squirrels ahnadllloos hog deer and the like of jvblch they make savory stews like our- gypsIes An ArtlntM Criticism Probably no two artists ever crltl cdscd each other more severely than j did Fusell and Northcote yet they jre ft mnlnctl fast frlends At one time Fu sell was looking at Korthcotes paint fing of the angel meeting Balsam and Ills ass How do you like It asked Xorthcote after a long silence North cote replied Fusell promptly youra an angel at an ass but an ass at ant angel PuIIianT Delayed 4- F jJL Aih sold a sh1 ti pig t George Keeling cf Wi- UiSbarrfor11 oI Hk Mrvi Grider cf Willis burg was here last Saturday on business The farmers harvest term is here Tha sun is hot but there must be something doing The wheat is finer than It has been for years rr- 1Ir B C Pinkstqniis undergo ing a treatment to T gain flesh He said that he had been grad ually going down ever since last November but the cause is UL known F H Ash aespenund-ay at Van Buren with hts mother and friends It seems as though our letter from hero last week has caused quite a talk throughout this part or the county The farmers say if it cant be a State law we can take a vote atid have a dog law in Washington county We hope that every man will raise his voice and say to his neighbor that we are going to stop some of this sheep killing hydropho bia and other things to numer ous to mention that are due to the starved no count dogs We hope the other correspondents will help usoutand also help the NEWS LEADER as welL EAGLE EYE Asthma SnCrBrs bonld Know rII Foleys Honey anTdr has cured many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adolph Bucs lug 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe told contracted twelve years agx vvaa neglected until it finally grew into asthma The best medical skill available could not give me more than temporary relief Foleys Hooey and Tar was 4r commended andone fifty cent bottle en tirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve Years and if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suf feringFor sale by The Red Cross Drug Store ieaI Wit tVest j The extreme Fast End 01 Lou isville was given a taste of Wild West Vife yesterday morningS when a herd of twenty wild Texas horses which were being taken from the stable of Hudson Bros Co 1050 East Main street to the Bourbon stockyards at Johnson and Main itreetsi became stampeded in front of the stock yards The terrified animals dashed outWen leI bo Market down Market to Jackson and out Jackson to Jeff erson where they ware brought- to a stand by a barricade of stag- ons formed for that purpose Jn their mad career the horses endangered hundreds of pedes trians as well as narrowly aver ted collision w ith vehicles They overran sidewalks ann compelled people to seek shelter behind gates and ddbrs Fortunatey no one was injured The horses were unorbkeh colts from the plains of Texas and were the property of Hudson Bros Co Herald v Harmless The Department of Agricul ture has just issued an interest ing bulletin which explodes the old story that cabbage snake worms or hair worm are pois- onouS and when eaten in cooked cabbage are tne cause of death The cabbage snakl horror was in many respects like the kiiBg bug craze It originated in the fall 1903 by tta discovery of the sq called cabbage snake and joecies Lhairworm in the heads of cabbage in Tennessee South Cariolina and Louisiana Rumcrs of persons being poison ed by eating cabbage affected by the hair worm were magnified by the yellow journals until a genuine scare pervaded the ranks of cabbage eaters all1 over the country The result was that the cabbage growing in dustry was paralyzed and the fflliitag off of custom was the severest blow the truck garden ers of the country ever experi- ence Fed by erroneous reports evidently incited in many cases by unscrupulous persons the Spreadjcausing ing from Virginia and West Virginia southward through the same states as was first affected in 1903 and into Florida Ken tucky Illinois Iowa Missouri Oklahorao and Colorado espec ially and th re was scarcely a sta9 in this union where it was not felt The Department of Agriculture after a long serle of experiments in feeding the cabbage snake worms raw and cooked to rabbits guina pigs and other animals and in injec ting the juice of the worms hy podermically declares that none of the reportshas any founda tion in fact and that the wOrms are perfectly harmless The length of the cabbage snake the department says varies from two to nine inches instead of nine feet as some one of the sensational newspapers have re ported bright Outlook According to the experts of the Department of Agriculture at Washington the tobacco crop of Kentucky is especially prom ising tljis year This is especially true of the crop in the Burley district where there is said to be an increase1 in acreage ap proximating 25 per cent Reports to the department concerning the condition of the plants the character of the season transplanting etc vary greatly but on the whole it may be said that plailts are good and plentiful the season early in some localities a month earlier than usual and transplanting well advanced In a few sections plants along streams have been partly or wholly destroyed by rising waters and ex cessive rains and unless the rains soon cease the lowlands cannot be used for tobacco Complaint of cutworms is gen eral and in some sections they appear to have done much dam age It is stated at the department that one of the reasons advanced for the increase of acreage is that the farmers are plowing up grass land aid planting iit in to bacco owing to the depreciation in the prices of thoroughbred horses of late years The good prices of last year and the fact that packing houses have been erected in many counties of the Burley district appear also to have increased the acreage To Gnfaa Cold In oDaday I Take Laxative Bromo Quinnie Tab cite All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure EV Groves signature is on each box 25c r tktt Buggies bythe CarLoaddi iIs how we deal in vehicles to supply our trade We have i8 two warehouses full of buggies pf all styles and prices and i have something to suit everybody 3 i- AA Plows fagoDS and Other Implements tJ We han3l thegnuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old 1 Hickory tud bakerand Champion Farm wagons and the best drills and seeders on the market ri if We carry a full line of Collars Hamer 1ow Gear and tagon Harness ot all kinds w flf you contemplater building a fence investigate our it Sf PAGE and ELWOOD FIELD FENCING none better Tii I Agents for Gasoline engines All sizes and best m- akesMcClureWeIIstC f l rr j4S rX INDIAN FIGHQQL I 0 t A Terrific att1e Between Indians anc Erly PioneSettlrs of thisSection t J Jj J PS Written for the NEWSLEADER Numerous are the stories which have been handed down from one generation to Jother concerning the conflicts with In dians which the pioneer settlers of the country now embraced by Washington Anderson and Nel son counties The writer gath ered the facts which make up the narrative below from a re liable source and it can be well vouched for About one hundred years ago when the country along Salt Kiver embracing what Is n6V th lower part of Anderson county was thinly settled there came a marauding band of Indians from the direction of Taylorsville said to be the last band of In dians ever in the country They killed and scalped a boy on this march which was a cold bloode murder and one for which the lastone should have been made to suffer The iiews of their approach and the outrageous mnrder of the boy spread like wildfire among the settlers and m a short time a party was organized and in full pursuit of the Indians They overtook them just as they were crossing the river at what is now known as Oivers Ford The battle at once begin with the white party on one side of the river and the Indians on the other The fight lasted for some time as they took to the trees JJ the old old style of early fighting One large warrior more brave than the rest of his party rode into the river as if going over where the whites were sta tioned but when near the middle of thr river he was checked by a bullet from one of the trusty old flint lock rifles of the whites Bis horse turned and went straight Up the river for more than a hundred yards before this warrior fell arid floated down the sream on its current to someplace that suited his body for 0 grave The Indians at last re treated gqing in the directionof- what is now known as old tlay Lick Church Just how many were killed in thik fight we afe jipafcte to ay but an old citizen pointed ouKJo us some graves on a steep bluff over looking the river and said that they were the graves of the Inuians who fell in that battle It was quite an odd looking place for a buy ng ground but the graves are yet plainly to be seen and no doubt the remains pf the whites as well as the Indians are sleeping the last long sleep of death undisturbed by thelfowling storms or the rippling of the waves of that stream unless scattered to the four winds of Heaven The white party pursued the fleeing Indians on and being un able to overtake them went in camp for the night having out a good number of pickets It was not long until the hooting of owls could be heard all around the camp in the darknesswhch- was a warning of being attacked by tho Indians One man by the name of Hawkins who was on picket and hearing tlie hooting of an owl as it came nearer and shilning andlwithbisbest he could and fired That put an end to the owl hooting for the night The next morn log he found lying about 15 feet away from him a big six foot Indian shot in the month and a large gold ring in his nose which was the object he saw and at which he shot The Indians re treated during the night across Kentucky river and got such a start that the whites were unable to overtake them and after reaching the river decided to return to their homes It was learned some years afterward from an Indian chief thatthe object of their raid througbjthe country was to get possession of n large sum of money that had been hidden by the Indians by a1 twin white oak on the ridge between the two Crooked Creeks and they being suddenly re pulsed and compelled to retreat without their money and a desire to get their hidden treasure was the object of this4iurried raid byI the Indians which they never able to Obtain Several years agOa company witl a fortune teller visited the tree here the money was said to be and dug several boles in search of itarid one hole gave evidence of a box or earthernj vessel of some kind being taken I J cut for the sides ofphe hol6 wen smooth and contained rustfron off of some kind of an iroi vessel They however dented finding any money but it wau believed b many that they put OUtthisre1 port to keep from lividing with the land owner which was the contract befor they begun jigging And what Igave strong evidence that their found tbe money they lleft m the night The twin oajc has since been cut down butthes ump is still there This repoxtjyasf veartoTSlSj o Truthful old c tizen whose grandfather was iii the Indian fight and the accoui twas handed to him by his Ia her find all things go to pintout the truthfulness of his story The writerhasseen the stump ofthe treasure oak as it was commonly known man times and many Indian relics and curiosities that had been obtained from the battle fipld and Ihanded down from father to sbn and prized highly as souvenir I of the last battle with the Indians in that 1Hillsboro LILAC tote Cannot be Card by Iccal applications coinot reach the diseased ititthey the ear There is only one way deafness and that is by constitutional remedies beafness is caused by an inflamed condition of tl e tnucous lin lag of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is Inflamed yutk have a rumba ling sound or imperfect jheatiag and eo it is entirely closed Deafness ts result and unle 4 he inflamma Lion can be taken out id this tube restored to its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine oases out of ten are cam ed by Catarrh which la nothing but atiibflanied con dition of the mucouS YHrface We wU give One Hu dred Dollars for any case of Deafnes i caused by catarrh that cannot be urcd byHalls Catarrh Cure Send for ircularsfree F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75v Take Rails Family P its for consti patTOn tExiefltice JlI dl aEugeneKedding o New York who is here representing Morins Frenph Military Bnd which opjpns an engage men Sunday at ocly oi11P3rk tellsan iniresting stOry4eardfng his experience with ttie Ipdiam anti cigarette law like tbebandm man While onM011Redding diana recently age of cigarettes to take a smoke llejwas imme diaiely nabbed bya vigilant Constable on the lookou for a fee and hustled tothelloc If up Mons Kedding was duly pre sented to the court ojn charge of violating the Indiana jlaw against cigarettes The proceeding was complete mystery to Mons Red ding who failed fop a time to understand what heinous offense he had committed igainst the peace and dignity ot tHe great Hoosier State Butt the matter was finally explained bo him and then with his French dignity aroused he said to ttie court Ldo not smoke 4 zegarette forpleazoire your Honor Ze fact is I am a svftererj of ze ca tarrh yich I contrac in dez air country and Lsmokej ze cubebs in zezegarette form imply as a medezinei I am nq lawyaire but I connotzee how I can Be punished for taking te medezine for my afflekzioii The court asked fo a sample of tba cubez cigarette and arttaking a puff whic t set him coughing and sneezing said Dismissed no one would smoke sach vile things unless he was under strong pressure for medi cation As for me I would prefer the disease tot remedy But say Frencby voju bughtto be A lawyer iinstead ojf an agent for a bandIimes J SmoklnI lIkPnWler tI2az1 Is courting death more t ddejnly but not more surely than neglecting1 kid ney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight dIsorder in a few days and Its continued U4e will cure the most Latinate cases It has caret taany people of Brights jdtase ariU diabetes Who were thb gfctUo e11J tcurable If you hayetk14eyor blad dertrouble commenojufeMtwe Foleys Kidney Cure toaajvfiorle It iifepo late For sale by The Ref Cro Dr Store WIerflfNe Marion Kenard anderpool and wifei a typical fountain couple who liye in thji hills of Whitley countv Kentucky are tfie parents of twentjrsix chil dren tweetyone of wihom they hayd reared to maihood and wpmanhood The renaming live t died in infancy MrVan4eijool was reared in Whitley oofinty within ten muse of hIs ptracev hoe At the age of six eeo he married Cynthia Louise Miles A year later a child WM born to them and each year tbereaftei or tweotysix years until the Camily became one of the largest inown in moderntimes Mr and frs Vanderpool are now the grandparents of fortyfOux chil- drenI most of whom residuei In I Whitley ounty Mr Vander pool thoughnowpastsixtytwo- years of ageis hale and hearty- dS many a man of middle age His wife is small of stature weighing O n ly ninety eigh- pounds She too hoists of wonderful healihi and streri th A Baf scare Someday you will I scare when you feel a pain iin your bowels and fear ppendi citis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at Hay dons Pharmacy only 25c Try the m v GUERILLA DA YS Statements About One Arm Berrys kaid on Lebnon Junction Bardstowh Standard Pleas yourpapabout the OneArm Berry raid on Lebanon Junction and the killing of the Federal soldiers by flefaty Magruder A recent article stated there were fourteen men with Magruder Ibis is not correct The ewer only thre- eotbrsOneArth Berry Sue nIryrillas as they were called were in the nerghbQrbOQdotLebanon- J nction and they sent word to the Union soldiers that tn0y would come and see them These weie Abe Deats Bill and Jim Hill roe and Dock Barnett Jim land Charlie Engle Davis Brad Jake Winstead Wiley Ed- wardS little Bill May field and Mathew Cockerel of the home boys in bWe and four or five transient soldiers I did not know and a government telegraph operator who armed himself to mt fefS jjjjjjjb tour guetil1aswn the boys dul not have to wait very long after they got or ganized until they saw the four guerillas coming The ctizens were all dodging and hiding to keep out ot danger and so were the boj si in blue Some rah one way and some Another Some of teyboys hid up iri the garret of thg hotelIBil1 Mayfield nent to the Rolling Fork river and crawled under a drift this he told me himself But unfortu nately for JakeWinstead Jim Engle Joe and Dock Barnett they wero captured and killed Jest these foufnot fourteen thejhotelhid in the garret loftand did set it afire but eld Aunt Harriet Oollings told Magruder not to burn the hotel for itr was hers and Henry said Aunt Harriet they shall notJ and helped to put out the fire He also told her nothing should be injured tbat belonged to her After they put out the tire they leit and went up the Wilson creek road About three hundred yards above where Mt Carmel church now stands they meTThid killed Henry Milligar They then went on up Wilsons creek Jt has been said that Magruder burned one man in a par load of hay ThisZ however is iincorrect There was no car burned Ma gruder 1rS not a Nelson cOunty boy but waS a native of Bullltt county I knewhlm from the cradle to his death I also knew the four boys that were killed Played with allot thuin in wy boyhood days M L TROtJ MAN Maud Ky ililil Df FFiii is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of cconsumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture- both to victim and frieads When I had coasumption lube- first stare writes Wm Mjerft of Cearfoes Md after trying litterent niediciae and a good doctor in vain I atlast took Br Kings New Discovery which quickly aad perfectly cured aa Prompt relief aria sure ce fOr coughs colds yore throats jrowibilis ttc Positively prevents poeuMOnia Guaranteed at Haydons Phartaacy price 50c and 100 a9Qtli le Triall 91ereQ U- C1IeY The Court of AppeeJt J dfe Barker rritiiic r YrM4 UM judgment pf the Nekon CiMMJU Court in the big will CaM fHB La cajter agiiMt SfcPV Lan casters executors Mil rewaiwed iit for furti nsTbe contest iis Oillwill of f P LancMtip May 7 1902 The wffi raitted to probate aiid st44by a jjury in the Nelson Circiiit Court He devised 4o Cel Mudd his ne ro housekeeper the home farm of 840 acreaaod all the rest of his estate to St Monicas Catholic jchoolfoc colored persons of Bardstown The will Is assailed for alleged lack of testable capacity and ua due influence Thereversal by the court here is because Qt er- incornt tltinns aod i petent evidence Judge Paynter delivered an opinion reversing the judgment of the Nelson Circuit Court in the diyorse case 6f MAllieJ V McMakTn against Ale Mc Makinahd remanding it for further proceedings The court gives the oman juJgtent for 1000 for attr rue s IefJ but says she is nsu enttt ed to either divorce or alimony1and dismiss her petition giving heal pJllee the right to tile an atii ndJ an swer and cross petition ards town Standard I Hue Tnt It wes a huge ta lc10I urdei take the cure of such a bed case of kidney dsease as that ot 0 F Collier of Cherotce1is bu Electric Bitteis did ptt JHe writes Mr kidney were st far gone I ro Jld tslt on t chair withut a c j biotj an suffered from dreadful backacde headache and depression Ir Electric Bittrs however 1 found acure and by them was restoied to perfect health I recommend this great Atonic medicine to all with weak kidneys lLVer or stomach Guaranteed by C 0 Haydoh Phar maoist price 50c MadDwKlRcdI Mr Gib Goode probably saved many pedple froea beiag bitten by a ferocious mad dog yesterday morning about eleven oclock Mr Goode waiaitfciB Prryyi1wpikewhew trneighbor cave rushing in and told ofa mad dog JHSt passing the gate Mr Goose grabbed his shot gus aHto gerber with his son started after the animal It ran under the ice factory where Mr Good sb t lit A number of little children were coming from the city aDd were near the ice factory whea the dog was shot The aviata was going toward the children and if Mr Goode had not arrivei as soon as he did it woald have no doubt bitten rtneof them The animal had a bat case ofl hydrophodiaBan Advocate vuIit n QuiUtn HardmBscfesk d stnMff I bedy lo notdepesd om tkequaatityof foedywi eat its perfect ltkHt Md proper aKimilation Wke myo take Kod01l Dyspepsta Care THe system gets alt tle oarisfcmeHt o t of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the cMtltto of the atbaaach and conveys the Butrkat properties to the blood awl tisMM This tmilds up and atreu58 UM entire system overcaww Md curia IndigestloH dyspapsia be1 lHariMMir stomach etc Sold by alt iimffkts SSldKed Cynthiana Ky While at tempting to break into the boat of Wm Martin a farmer livipg at Odd ille eight aailea weei t5 hereNewt Whales a iwtir M ClaysVille tbcounty WM s4ot and iiMtantlj kil d at 4 oclock this morning Whale WM in Cynthan allif Tederday drickitrg hard arid cm kk ipad home stopped at ifartias boewe demanding that Iw be adniiiHd saying tkat he wmtated tokilJa young woman living thtsre Ei- waS told by Martin that thf young wotnam irs not Utre and to leafe the premises Not be lieving Martin Wbalra kV 9kt in thekitchcB door and WM a4 yaacing with as open kvlto when Martin tired two e dc from a shot gun tearing JfbaK gns bead alaoosfc of Martion chili who was sick in the Hoax ltis said will die fvo- sbock tMI Martin nrredt l toI Ute auhorIt1ee here CASTORfA r1ub t Tzwarsths y Y4 r IkA CatUMal Oceetti ofoftUle ey aftordW D cttioD of litio s ys tl- wiaot G Chicago S Crest of i April boc jtsssd all xcspt toe lew WJtfec1 t show an decline of1 per cwt es and hipprl have- iiyerspey1ng 52 fsjjtKf JKeUltiT eMile a ihf mostly at 550 a5J5 k o beef cattle are on a 4 Wfs851sim but there is a gtl4 ptAMilttioltofeX to iteer worth 4a45 Ajtt 3iPtioe ow obiaiasb 6Z5ayarO iit was t bulk of cattle then aellln 5258 IChic is reoeitg- so tt Texas eattto fair kilibegi jUers selling at l85 thisw The beengi- 4twi yearlings Ipids of yearling Mispaf available Mixed Mme4PM i ern ill tQ 1toi- kat selling t55SSd have ftw aIIiost1eylinedo jj FNUIII1CJN 1H The fMUaC1im ft 4o Jt the ds of my yictii of rig- bta ac tiatte ha bee cbaS tjo thahtSlby the I frQtq 4jsXhstre32 11t willCHrc t ig d addIabe4 y Is = rcases Jr i cta 4 refiel 4soccws art cared HI kew tIuJ Lad rr1J diabat Is 1tI worst1owdsts t tHeaeLgbt 1 iga La qf 11wtt1 phytfcUn ia 4 4y tkree bottles DfF1 Ji4as- 1Qira4e Ac a well mijkfr 1ssritti r The Red ClOi4I Dwr ori1 t wIprnRtarztLI A dispatch ff055t a iayseffrtireceotiy amide by Ways amd Meais dowmittee tif tIe Br1ey Tobacco Growe9s CpoipaDy to otlD aplan wherly ta MeociaOoa cM bsreorgii iaed mad aoec move made Mt control th4 output of tobe4 grown this year 44 which babe so far tailed of s trceat HJs a will be a D4clana1lHpt t faiict oompaaf will liotbcr i vird Thi w Mid 0 U due lo- LJicttbatit WM i ir zlpoIMWe to ge Uae Et- tobcc to agmki sepport tItt- ovepent by pltdfingr thelir pltotbe piy uta a cd taifttimc jitter whidi Uiey ire re t3 be released from their con trict ia cae the company faatedj tcraiie the capital MfMeiato MUte foa atteeeo by prolneng- rowe who taeWit fortidentifted with the iiM Twwmttbat t 1fobt declined to be Ivrttter allied with the otpaim4k Wly onje aUoftiiC grower of the Brley district ava Jefi to i oI llied JrIMilieflt thlsyraedssreSshtbaUYJMie J tEals bIIIdertakeO I ComJillCJ e-t l JaesWekk Phi f iTsI WabWe JDt By yirtst a sEsM ssm ttl iaa X MM WaWatoa distcoert t a4sd a the m- theres 1 I sea abOVe J sbSd prad to otes sate ttCOMt SoMtf door jiuSprIie1 OK MONDAY JUNE as i5Srr1 ail oi1o thassaboat beta ca asdy tile Wgbe- b dr MpbM utedoavpon a credit 01 aad 11 moa jesciibd property or tnfflcieot part tWveo to make the tefctv iatteleeta cOMa a hereinafter Mi oat imA ctala tract er jpJwcdr f lafcd lying an being in Wa liiiurt6a l XHintj JCjr the waters ef tbspIf ii river aad howled aletowii Be ri DiaCat a lea knr tycamoUe tree oLtheUOUtk bank LCbapiia livers corner toJ P Wofwrd thence wttk said Wofoni lime to Chaplin lIver onthe epps1te s1d of the hilt thence kmn arJ r 8o th to lint WK brilow the ce with said Inflow io MBR Bam heals KM thence wk h beF l1b Ctepita river oa the NthtUwcedow asM river te the hegts COte1 itty acres re a tfDtbk 1i Ir r Mi 1 r tiISor the JPU prs aaNc orpf =i5 with JPoqfty tI ms elpeete beads biaI giI ttroateo4Istil paM 4hri ctlMfwx ad s Of a Jt BkVWrm w jU b MVUMAto amply prtmptly ter 4 W1Ci IwLtb I tb tbodr toa- jr attraoclJgbtalag enJ tM chisiMy of the house the Burgio fann ocCuPied b W4 8 GO id killed iFUtyKdwert Sb waal an D piatatee roofit and wben fouoU wU JrhC otbi tteci The abfJCk mas4 hove ben a y ry NTeN 009 for tbs flold hid raher SIOM froei her Iwt dhadtarMd beI fac- eAfttScbIldwMIn Mi the rOom Wat the tune but W5- 5no initirttd Mm WTtL lflT of D fbatCwU75yiii of been 1DIIilLag er hoiLh lira Gamuadu her tee for some eraicL JDODb Bar r