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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lTrI ESrA8LtSffED r i 1N1893 P fl iM L Ir I w SeriesVol XII No 29 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTy KENTUCKY JTJULY 20 1905 WO A tBABf4LI CI l P wS- S L 1 Lo tYDON S THOMPSON Jr i it Haydou l ThompsonS q ll j UNDERTAKERSt ZiTt b 1IAKDEMBALMERS f I t1 fvi ivyjc all kinds of Fanera fs il J p1 wpplIe PHONE 53 yA 1 OUR DIRECTORY 4 f ttc SPIUNGFIEJ4D county seat o f lVvft7sishington County 52 miles south h j eat of cxingrton 59 miles from O rt l6uisville on Bardstown branch of l i ouisyille and Nashville railroad 1nt a farming and agricultural district t r Two Banks telegraph and telephone l f Un St express office fio mil1slu be- rt VPopuation 1100 population ofjrarrts t ifI i county 15000 i l hi Hon JJ I F t Representative Congress SH Smith Hodgen ille Ky Representative inKeutucky Legis t latr Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Lebanon Kyg 3HarryitianCa8ter V County Directory 1 t V CiRCUIT COURT a Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February yand Octo her I H Thurman Judge 1K L Durham Commonwealth At fotney 3iF M Campbell flerk AiirGi Ieachmaij Master Commlss A oner i 4QUARTR1Y COURT oQuTr dyXSnirtts drgn Jthe third tndayineac month tf B L4L itsey Judge i d 7 rr COUNTY COURT County Cuiirt meets on the fourth t Monday in etch mouth 1JL Litsey Judge a WF Booker County Cldrk i T S Mayes County Attorney George Cat14tJai1er If GByron Croake Sheriffs rY Richard Isham Vti iIiiISidneY Osborne C 4kH lullican f Deputiet t v 1111 MasterS JrMoorerCoanTJi Surveyor 1 James Jt I f JJi Royalty Assessor T lt mryan Deputy J I Robert ioe Treasurer iJM Montgomery Coroner J AF J W Bush Supt of Common- Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge I e3bio6facft Mirshat t fVlt F Grigsby Cit Attorney J JUSTICE COURT Jutice Courts are held in January Aprii July and October t fiiSGtiuchDiret0 ry 4 METHODIST CHURCH a Pastor SerCHo8kinsonRev J f vice on the First and Third Sunday IIn each month at 11 a m and 730 p m 1 SundaySChOOl every Sunday atlO am Prayer meeting every Wednesday SYleJ tlit f CATHOLIClCfiURCH 4 Pastor Ser Rev P F Heniiessay 4i1 and 10 oclockSunday at 8 I vices every a m Services atSt Rcse same hours i IIIu CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T Wdlden Pastor Service s econd land fourth Sunday in each ttth i I i PRESBYTEEIAN CHURCH Rev 1r D atimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am w and at 7pnf Sunday scbo l every v Sntfdfay at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock 4 t H BAPTIST CHURCH 4Rev W m Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching everySunday at 11 am and 745 pm Sunday School every fSuniay at930 am Prayer meeting at 745 oclockevery Tuesday evening yr FratctJial Orders fMASONIC IobGK Springfield lodge N6 50 meets first and third Mouday el each month Washington R JA Chapter No 57 L ieets every second Tuesday j 5 Sprinpneld Council 52 meets on very tourth Monday t rIi kNiGHTS of THE MACABKES Meet W t feVerv first Wednesday in each mon 4 h ifrFOLEYSf j fl Et4 I Vjll cure aUf case of Kidney p er Bladder disease that is not t beyond the reach of medicine i t aiVKN UP TO DIK t 3 EfkmiL N Virginia St Eransrina Tfcdwrit F ofer four years liras troubled J iila kidney and Jaideraffscaoa I lost flesh AlMuaaabl to work ThrMpbrsIelaai failed M Miy B ad I was given an to die FoleyR Uvf Cure WM comm ded and the flrri af IM cr at relief and after taking the I l eI7 c1U8d CeD11 anJtflt v r w q t w j 111EtNEWSJJ3ADERJk iWW WrHM W mi OOOO IF11I ROUIDOI TAtfLift II I t 3 M i forever fIhad not known before Foreer was so longva wbrd The slow strokes of he clock of time Ihadnotheard j Tis hard to team so late v It seems no sad heart really learns But hopes and trusts and doubts and fears H And bleeds and burns i The night is not all dark Nor is the day all it seems 13pt each may bring me this relief My dreams and dreams IIhad not known before wordtSo wrap me in orgetfulness I have not heard tPau1 Laurence Duriba cr TILL AT WORK4Very little 119 is being heard of the Growers Association which created such astir among the tobacco menlast season but the promo ters of that concern are quietly at work on plans The commit tee appointed at a meeting Iheld at Lexington in March for the purpose 6f canvassing the acreage returns from the various countiesthroughoufc district and to formulate plans met last week and submitted a report and a nw plan for organising this yeaij The increase in the acreage over that of last year is put at 20 per cent Thfe committee submits 41 detailed report raecpm mending a pernlanent organiza tion With a million and a half capital stock to be known as the OhiQ and Kentucky Bijrley To bacco Growers Co Ifc is pvo vided that this stock be1 sub scribed by tfie growers fqo will be reqliired to pay ten per cent of ihe amount in cash In providing the way by which the growers carido this easily and without anyj severe strain upon themselves the Committee has decided that at least 250000 of the capital stock shduldibe at once subscribed by the Burley District with the understanding that they will at once pay un der the fpllowing plan ten percent of their present sub prip tion 250000 divjjled into 34 parts and allotted to 34 counties The amount allotted to Washingtoq county is 7500 The commiilee sums up the report as follows In submitting this plan in this way it is also for the purpose of arriving at a positive conclusion whether the Burley Tobacco Growers desire to establish this permanent rIganizapion of their own for their own protection anu benefit pr not consequently it is submitted for the purpose of conclusjvejy settling the question whether tne growers desire 4o establish this Bujley Tobacco Growers Company riot and if this small amount in each county making up the 250000 is not subscribed iJnd ten percent paidiipon it it will b6 taken for granted that you do not desire to go on with this moyement If on the other hand the amount is taken and subscription paid iit win e positive notice ito your Committee that they are to push the move ment perfect the organization and get ready for business as quickly as possible tfttSil Yjy HE CROPS The condition 1 of the crops of the county is the allabs rbing topic just now among the town people as well as the farmer The per sistent rains seriously effected the growing crops and kept tjie farmers on the anxious seat At times his wheat and oat crops were in danger of destruction from the wet weather and some serious injury has resulted in certain sections As a result of the erratic weather conditions the tobacco crops qf the county is as a certain farmer discribed it decidedly spotted In certain localities where an early setting was had the tobacco looks well but in other places where the plants were put out late and the rains did not permit of any cultivation the fields are almost given up to the weeds and the chances are slim for a crop The corn crop from present indica- tionS promises a recordbraking yi dThe wet weather inter fered with the cultivation but the same also forced the growthl of the corn ahead bf the weeds and it could scarcely be possible for it to look better at this stage of the crop The farmer has had a season of uneasiness and wOrryingbut from all indications he is going tobe it again this year She Tried Five Dote Mrs Frances L Sales of Missouri Valley la writes I hive been afflict ed with kidney trouble five years had severe pains in my back and a freqUent desire to urinats When ridlne I ex perenced much pain over the region of the kidneys I tried five physicians without benefit and then concluded to try Foleys Kidney Cure After tak ing three 1 bottles I was completely cured For sale by The Red Cross f Drug Store CIose Call M r Ezra Tatham a well known farmer of the Stewart vicinity had a narrow escape from being drov ned in Cbuplin river last Saturday night Mr Tatham bad been to Efarrodsburg with a wagon load of blackberries and was returning borne The heavy rain Saturday mad Chaplin past fording but when Mr Tatham reachedthe river he concluded to undertake to gross it rather than spend the night on the opposite side from home He drov- eii the swollen stream and had only gone a few fet when the water came up into hs wagon bed The wagon horses and driver were carried with the swift tide for some distance when the animals finally swam ashore Just as the horses reached the bank one of the singjletrees broke and let the wagon bacK into the river Mr Tatham finally swam out but did not recover the wagon until the next day He lost fifteen toil buckets and a lot bf merchandise which he had bought in this city Harrodsburg Democrat He Oripaa Foley 4 Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung greathtarid Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for FoleY8 Hone v and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offerea as nO other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store Ordained a Minister A called meeting of the Transylvania Presbytery of the Southern Presbyterian church was held in this city Wednesday morning On this ocdasion Mr Harry Moffett who was recently graduated from the Theological Seminary in RirhmondVirginia was ordainedl a minister The examination which he was re quired to stand and also the ser mon which he delivered were highly satisfactory to the coinS mittee which was composed of Doctors L H Blanton and E M Green of Danville His sermon was much complimented by the large congregation assembled to hear hint Rev Moffett is the second son of Dr A S Moffelt of this city and has many friends who wish ihim every success in bis chosen field of jabor An older brother Rev LaceyI Moffett was or dained sometime ago and is now si missionary in China being lo cated at Soocho After his ordinaion Rev Har ry Moffett was transferred the Lexington Virginia Presbytery and left Wednesday evening to take charge of a church near that city Enterprise 4Pet Capita 325 IThe following special from will be gladly received by all the public school teachers Kentucky State Superintendent Fuqua this morning fixed the common school per capita for the fiscal year ending June 1906 at 3 25 a highrecord mark in theallow ancje of the teachers of the State The highest ever before de dared last year whejn it stood at 295 The fixing of the per capita at this high figure will be good news 0 the teachers of the State It was fixed upon an estimate of resources made by Auditor Hager of 2422OdO for the school fund V During the coming schooll year there will be about 731000 chil dren of school age about 3000 less than the previous year Superintendent Fuqua has also given his attention to reducing the number of common schools in sparcely ettled districts and will thereby reduce the number of false pupils forwhi hallow ance is made and wir secure a better class of teachers Tor a Cold tn one day Take Laxative Bromo Quinnie Tab elts All druggists refund the money if Itfails to cure E W Groves ignatureis on each box 25c fDeath in Lebanon Mr John Severance age 30 aIyears died at the home of his mother Mrs Mary Severance in this city last Friday evening at 730 oclock after a lingering illness of kidney dfsease The funeral took place at the resi dence Sunday afternoon by Dr Graves afterr which the remains were laid to rest in Ryder Ceine tery with Masonic honors A number of the Knights Tenlplpr attended the funeral and burials in abody Deceased had been confined to his room for only a short while and the sorrow that rests in the bereaved home today imposed no rude shock in iti coming for its cause had been anticipated for some time past Generous to a fault but John Severance possessed some noble traits He was kind and lovable to his mother devoted to his sisters and brothers anda most loyal friend Indeed he was as kind harmless and gentle asa woman and had scores of friends who were grieved hear of his death Falcon i A Smooth Article TvhCn you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitrsWitch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for sOres burns boils eczema l1JJd1 bleeding itching or protruding pile f Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve old by all Druggists 25doojn Premiums The largest and best exhibi lions of live sJcjand agricul tural products ever givenin the South will befeaturesof the big Kentucky Stale Fart Nearly 25000Z in premiums will be offered and very prospect points to the assured success of the meetingto be held at Lex ington September 1823 The classifications were determined by the Board of Control last week Liberal offerings are made for eyery class of live stock and agricultural products The provisions for harness and saddle horses will total close to 4000 outside of the heavy classes for which special pro visions have been made amount ing to about 500 These heavy classes are arranged in three divisions The first includes French draft PercherOns Clydes- dales English Shires and Belgians the second French and German coach the third Cleve land Bayfttad actfneys Exhi tors in all these classes have al4l ready signified their intention 6 coming from the Indiana Stat4 Fair This display will be of large educational value The class ficatiots for thor oughbreds are probably more liberal than were before offered in America They will tofiit about 2500 including seasons to some of the most valuable pri vae stallions in Kentucky which can not be bought at any price lyer1Bald Scalp sjulny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would lave cured Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to froIf not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I hare used Aers Hilr Vigor for pyer years lamnowil ye riold bve heavy growth of rich brown hair due I think en j Urey tvera hair Vllor Mna SI A KZITH Belletllle 111I flJMk bottle J TEa co AII4rivIatfor Lnwllo MIIIIi Good Hair J TmNorth b ali4edientservant don for this intrusion a I was told by the Valley Hill jcorres pondent to do as did tbefwaters imnossibleI mylquestion The dried uptlheo ry is a new contribution to phy Icsophy As I said I desired to fire a crack at the solution of the so called bible qtiestiojp and haying been asked to dOso I will first submit the Riddle ver batim as it left the pep of the poet J lbnearthAIt spake as man andf And walked with accord earedtteJord Long since its gone In heaven or hell it cant appear Since heaven or hell it cant possess Can you my friend this rIdl4l guess To the question as Lilac put it who was it It has nodoubt been answered to tthe satisfaction of many but being a litjle par ticular allow the to state mv ob ou9IuWh9qlways and Which and What to the lower order Of animas and things one would naturally con strue the brothers definition faulty indeed and items my brother is up against itt Now as I am a long way from the brother who desires to be wise iI wduld advise him to take a few lesons m the dried pJtphy losophV and1 should you fail to gaih your desired wisdom then take Solomons advideGOo to thou sluggard consider toy ways and be wise u So lets play so ethlIiJElse as know the readers of the News reader are wearied with this game ufU ross questions and silly answers U Let us ill speak a word for the NewsLeader as its pages bristle with useful in formation it heralds the births and deaths ot our people pushes every useful enterprise in Wash ington county cautions ouraiti zen again t frauds apd fakes dont shake the earth pblitically but leaves everyman free to vote his sentiment and have it counted if he can J EDED The diamond Care The latest news fromjParis is that thy have discovered a diamond cure for consumption It you fear consumpfcioa pneumonia it will howeverj be best for you to take that great reme dy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer Tenn il had a cough for fourteen yejjrs Noth ing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant telief and effected a permanent cjare Uu equ ailed quick cure or Throat and Lung Trouble AtjHaydons Pharmacy price 50c jand S100 guaranteed Trial bottle frea WiHIsbup4 As our regular correspondent iis absent Willttry and yve a few items from our Httle village VVe were very gladl to see that artcle from that spunky Kirk- landl rrespbndent ijrom Har rodsburg Demccrat jlf people would read the counjty papers and appreciate them M ve do they would not find time to cpin plain with the letters written from different places It is some little trouble to correspondents to gather Interestingitems the paper J W Burt rII B IMrs Evert were ttown Irtst FrjayJon business Mrs Sue Merritt iis spending theweek with her sister Mrs H S Poulter at Bardstown Dr WT Barnett and wife of Mack lIe passed through here enroute to Sparrow llast Aveek Quite a number of citizens ot thisi place attended the Medical Association at Tathain Springs last Wednesday tir W W Hyatt of this place is President ol the Association He rendered all aid possibly in entertaining the crowd All pre se nt reported 0Ia pleasant meeting Mrs George Bitch and daugh ter of Louisville are guests this week at Birchwbod Miss Maud Bell of Harrods burg is a hrirmiugvjsjtorof Mfs Mae Bolll Gibbs Dr Bishop of Cynthianaand Miss Olla Y ncey of Mooresvill spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Brown lvrThos Noell and wife ofl Glens Creeks spent Robt Mclivoy and SundaywitbII Mr P G jShewmaker Mr IMaryspent fktad v with rFred Griders family Mrs Mary Hodapp of Spring field and her mother Mrs Thompson of Louisville were guestsof Mrs T ErWilson last week Misses Mae Bell Gibbs Maud Bell and Mattie Brown were in Springfield lasc Thursday speiltSunday t PARTNERS FOR SALiiAt m 7 place be tween Booker and Croakes 7000 feet of barn lumber and 26oO 30inch b ardsWill sell cheap NEWELL HAEpi t ELEPHANTS LUMBERING rjiey Were Not Only Doing Mena Vork but Doing It Man AVay The elephants round us were drag ging the lojjstfo the mill tb be shed They were himessed for this with a broad breast band and heavy chains A native looked the chains round the logs audjthe elephant started off withI them iud deposited theui on the trol ley Others were pldUiig up the sawed planks with their trunks iud carrying them across the yunl to be pllcd A mahout at on the neck of every elephant aiut if the animal picked up too small a iiluiik the mahout would hint with his Iron spike that two mfgUt go to 4 at load Then grunting the clepliant would pkk np the see ond with iuduite delicacy of balance turn march Over and deposit them beside the iilP always returning for another load sd long as there were nay planks jcadyl When there were none lie would take his ease in the sun and wait or perhaps there were heavy log to bo pushed from one place to an other an4 Ifil pushing would do with this trunk curled against the log no elephant would give himself the trouble of picking it ijpany more than a housemaid will Pick up a chair on casters More fascinating it was than I can tell to see the jungle patriarch kneel down ton hjeavy log twist his think round it plce it on the top of the pile mid theiij calculate its poiitlou and push and pijll until it was square In Its place the odtle t because the most reasonable thing vas ta see the elephant pushing against the end of very heavy log stretch out owe bind leg to give jhlmself balance and pur chasc That seemed to bring him somehow very near to us He was not only doing jurwork but he was do lug inourjway Presently with one accord all the elephants dropped work and moved In the direction of the sheds That mejiuso pIts 11 oclock said the foreman dinner hour Not for himself coude get them to do a stroke of work from now till 3 Its their oftVtii e At p they begin again and work jtlll dusk and they start about 0 In the morning but they dot understand overtime Pall Moll Gazette The Baby BertleH Cradle If at utmost any time of the year we walk through the woods where the red scarlet bla k or plir oaks are growing that is where we find those that ripen their ttcornf in two seasons and there foil belong to the pin oak groupwe shall probably find on te ground fallen branched that vary in size from that of lead pencil to that of ones thumb or even larger These at thc broken end appear if cut aWay within the wood o that only a thin portion JgI left under the bark Within the rather uneven cut generally near the center of the growth Is a small hole tightly plugged by the powder post of 11I beetle larva Split open the branch or twig wheel a burrow will be seen and the little ivhlte fcoft bard Jawed larva that made It will be found or perhaps the Inactive pupa A Ruulan BenT Story Here is ian odd hufitiug tale train Russia Ai certain count wad out for bears and tracking a dam and cubs shot one of the latter had it slung Into his sleigh iaiul drove for hone about fifty miles distant Immediately after 11Ii arrival hjif gamekeeper announced that a huebear had scaled tile wall of the park The count went out andI shot ItWe dam of the cub which be had kllleii and brought home The faithful clcnturc had followed her dead offspring those liftS wiles at the tamp pace us relajs of post horses and ar rived in tithe to share the Tate of her cub and tto have a monument erected where shQ fell J1 CWercBrjrnnd the Sun The distance dt Mercury from the sun varies owing to the eccentricity or Its Orbit AVhcir he fi aiearestto the sun he receives ten aud a half times more light cud bent than we do but when he rcuiovcs to his greatest dis tance the light nud fieat are reduced by more than onehalf Even then how ever tjie sun blazes in the flkjpa of Mercury jwlth a disk four and a half tithes larger than that which he show to us on artIut On Other Nights rGoxitbingiOw does your sister like the engagement ring I gave her Bobby t Met Young BrotherrWell its a JtttJloo smnJlShc has an awful hard time getting it ort when the othpr felloWs JallJ Kxclmnge tr J J SUBSCRIPTION 1 1ixkYf AR I rooowoo1I1 POISONED Mr Sam Derringer the wellkno vn young far mer of the county lost two good rlYMondaypoisoned from eatingv Paris Green The Accident occurred at Mr Derringer s farm near Vdlley Hill The poison which Shad been used iI the tobacco o field was in a buggy house on the place and was out of the reach of any stock so long as he shed contained buggy On Sunday evening some one took the uggy out and the poison was left ex posed The horses and mules got to it sometime during Sun day night or early Monday morning and S6veHl were pois onedthiree of which diedishortly afterwards One hog was also found dead and several more are missing The loss is a severe one on Mr Derringer Dr George Lawrence the local veterinary was called and ad ministered antidotes to the other animals ndit iis thought no more deaths wpl rf ult WILLIAMS Tt e many friends of Rev W H Williams the pop ular pastor of the Baptist chtircl if this place are grelved tlo beai of the death of his moher which occured in Louisville last Fridav The Louisville Post says HMrs Villiam Harrison Williams 60 f years of age died at 5 oclock this mornitg atJbhe home of her soninlaw Dr fiT Ji McGloth liri in this city She had been in feeble health for some time and was io have let for the East lat week at the advice of hr physician Death wasdue o a complication of diseases Mrs Williams was cne Of the best known members of the Bap list church in thid city and was noted for her iht est In ichari table projects She was ttTewife of the late Rev William Harrison Williams editor of the St Louis CentralBaptist and leaves one son gnd jive daughters William Harrison Wihlhmsj4rof Spripg field Ky Mrs J S Lonj and Mrs Andrew Johnson of St Louis Mrs Everett Gill olT Rome Italy Mrs W J M6 Glotblin cf this city and Miss Bessie Williams also of this city One of the sad features of Mrs Williams death was the fact that her daughter Mrs Gill only re cently left for Rome where she and her husband are engaged in missionary work and she will not be able to attend her mothers funeral which will take place lit St Louis v DECLARED OFFTroop6 oif the Sixth IT S Cavalry will pot be able to attend the lair in this county as was thought to bf possible When th4 arrAnge- ment vas proposed it was no derstood that the transportation of ihe men with their horses anS equipments wduldl cost from 1200 to il500 but when the contracts were drawn the rail rod companies demanded 3000 and the hole matter wu de dared off This is Lieut Will Reeds company and calculations were made tp bring it to Ken tucky from Ft Mead this fall to give exhibitVons atseveral fairs Tke expenses however will make the trip impossibl- eDIsMlssEDThe Bardstown Standard pvjblishesihe sfq1i1ell the shooting scrape which oc cured at Chaplin a short time ago an account of ythich ap pared in the NEWSLEADER 11I the time U says iVJ Wright wits before Judge Daii bert MQndJY charged with ahootthg- MosOSin1ther at Chaplin aievafal weeks ago The affair grew pit of allrged undue iritiBaacy t between t Smithers and Trfrs Wright It was shown at the trlaltbal Wrigbtnsli9t a Jlittlt flbe was dismissed MrWiliS at present in LoiaiilI Jilprobably locate iia Califofni Mrs Wright is with her motlver in Washington count- yCUNIiIIAMTl 1 Cowrier tToUrAal ofMastJ Saturday Coo tained ihalftori cat UsUe4 Pril 0 tJmaafagliMn Spri441 AY V ybodr- n Q1 i11K knOr islled to recogriize him by the picture s a it appeared in th paper TJi matter was quite a puzzle to aK r except those who happened to look ai aiotherpartf the pjape and see a very familiar faes I whichboweve bOre the name o t some young fellow who issecji tary ofi the K of P lair fe tti held itt Nicholasville Tii printler map had viQent1rt gotten his pictures ifcfxed i makin up the paper and had- swappd r ProL Cunningharaji face oft for notherrTdACCOBAPSO1iL Valley Hillc rrespotdent writes Our vicinity seems to bq bl ssedwftki j a renaissance of carpeniryV Mz Htobac H i lumbar W F Moran doing thH orkj Mr Morn alSO has a parge rn to erect for Palniir JGoatlpy and is now working ob lthe structure Immediiltely aftgr completion ofthlt he will begf a nes barn for M D Reed which he expects to haye cOtkW ijjr the SOjth of August Mr Prank Bevap of Springfield nac lbs contract to erect two large barns for Sj P Derringer oni the Mfr tzn tarmat this jiace lrlfri Martin cf net lierehns jafc completed A large btrn which dds to tIe beauty of his Jrmf In factit matters not whichvway any one looks tie can see a Ja gfe tobacco bun undercolstract oir If this rate of bntldiijg ooitti g it wilt fcotibe Joog aatil the tipl ber will bea thing of the pMite this County c t t JkfbrtrApleasanswiriWrrt1 Lay be Xivei to your ttimtth sad liver by takiig a utifefo wteefe will jpWtfm their paijy aid dis l comfort viz Dr KiogN w Li PiJ1 Tstr lea t wonderfuLarl asure relief aiid Cairfor head ache dizzIness sI coe Upatio 25citHay4oasPharmacyrIaIIIcL 1 t fbef f JIrI1J i i canal and a civil i mce e1Jnatton of applicant for the pt sitio will be held atitwCiistoM h ue t LQivilteiIat 10 i Each applicant is rpqoired to lie ja photograph ofbi1D Ifwi4bt- spaprSaaiQanaOf 14eoib tion 5a case he is appoiaKd TH exaii iMttJoii ut open to aft it ofieUi gtMes b tween thtages of 21 w d45y0arf Thcirato of pay will be 65 cea fe in hcnr No edtteatKmal teat Iis i reqiiired This aaneono giWn oat this morning atSL that 1OtI i physicall oonaition is a prime coosKleraUda ittkiaWf selectiont for the position On the m dty an exami tin wil be beWlor cbezaJd aaei1of eiitters in the Qear LIMitf JHparlmtIi t brlkillArtialPhihs4elJS- ThsaIary iit 11500 ajean Aia asiMitt sUperintodnt 0- 1coitructn w ako waited in IkeI QWraer Dejrtaieni to be located at Fort NcICa Sbelridao Wyo a a salary of fSOO ayer AppJkanta muii be more thu 0 years old A GOOD NJ i ariks1eiHodoggfr Lj pekajbefiIUIeleartat rtUuni c aMe lapa- ncf1t fTMtMt toute oil earth U a p ol atarc L HiptkM fliaU and the tr swe Bt MMtmi ii a iMdung COUKUO daagerr cities poor coinrampliv =whythitterof the sight whm a 11 9osea cf Dr Boebes Gntai yrtp s4I sne rtfrtahinf akcp entirely ffare Man coogH or m bt eat Free tx in the morning isi made cP- bytakillgcernlan EWe know Te of ov1- tktt6vysanthM one 75ceut liottle of GeniaaSynip wilT speedily reJicvo or cs UK want coughs colds bronchi ht lapf trouble and that even in Ill caaeiol consumption onelargett- GnsnSyrupwihl of work wondfis 1iajc and 750 All ddui =jjtj 1 Fe 7- I i JUt NEWSLEADER k TUIAY r4 I ATKAII IN ADVANCE I JJ t PNJflGNILPXY ft JL L DAVISON yr t J l ruc IQ cin per r1 aIB c 1 wi14Mss ftad JII lltlctJmatt eitspli4 ft lab wMk Is 4MM at low r tejJjBt cash t lIt It jtMcBitUvlij of ccdsjj I 1 A t1J tiM e trcU EdeOfl llberm- lifc I It 1uJr olutlpBi of respect 3 t J MteWrllM f K IRXlS f t atyMiJstrat f 350 JF t Btin 50 1 i i t Ij THDPWIDATi JUt Y 20 I90S 3 = Louisville voters have put a flJft fusion ticket in the D ldfor5 If city and county officers to oppose h the Democratic gang ticket headed by Paul C B ttb for mayor The opposing ticket iis headed by Joseph T O Neal a 1 MaypIr Ft aid yhile the new ticket receiv d r the official endorsement of the tt Eepubiicaa Conventipn ihecfe iis enough opposition from the old f lIne Republicans to hjsuve the f t election of the Barth ticket and 0 5 wa continuation of the gang rule J yhichvhas brought such a bad t J il 1name On the city administration rThe band SOine IJn ion Depbtof r ftheLouisville 1j fhyille Rail t road Cor at 10th and Boadway jwafl destroyed by lire Monday r EEnight The loss will reach 300000 with no insurance It was one of the handsomest piecesiailroad property inI I OttIe South The Jipl wave is spreading i itself dyer the entire country Forty seven deaths frcfm the heat were reported Tuesday in 4 the cities of New York Phila delphiay Bostop Pittsburg and Buffalo I t The Tokib correspondent of a r London paper says a Japanese army has landed north of Vladi vostok and that itisi believed to be a movement for the invest I ment of the Russian fortress t Dies ii Ojttratlif Table Curtis Hugbes a well known citizen of Salvisa Mercer county died on the operating table at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospit al yesterday afternoon as the re r suIt of injuries sustained by beT ing caught by a falling timber at Shelbyvillfi atnoon yesterday His skull was crushed and his rght leg wW broken Tempor ary relief waS given by the phy sicians at Shelbyville and he was placed aboard a special train on I the Southern railway and brought t Louisville He was taken to hospital where tn operation 1the to have beencowa performed jon jnIj I cOl the table t At the ime of the accident which caused him his death Mr Hughes was engaged in con- structingt a new water tank for i the Southern railway at Shelby yule llA heavy timber which iras b ing raised fell withoutt warnib and pinioned him to the ground He was picked up un conscious and died three hours later Louisville Herald r Te Remare Wrlaklea- 9ere Is an old recipe easily pro- pared and said to remove wrinkles 3JTake cqwl parts ot bean and barley meal alllmix with raw egg When the mass Js thoroughly hard and dry It should be ground to A line powder and made Into an olntze t with melted tall low and honey A thick layer of thLs I applied to the fare every night Is war ranted to smooth out all wrinkles Care ef the Dining Table vJVher the top of the table Is polish d1t1swe1to use atblcker first cov j er ftltlsa good material over which the rdlnary colored table cover can- be spread This last Is of course re J1i VM when the dinner hour approach ca and tho white cloth Is substltuted The fWck pltvill as a rule protect the polished surface from all injury JCeef 4Iie Orea Weft the oxen smells had take a t vetsel of hot water and a handful of wmtUtitg odtaJake therrfielves out and Kssh irell In hot water then finish S tfrem Jfl coM and next wash the oven iretl at with the soda water and ct ghvMwf Jflth whiting It Will f b cN aM weet aid- bake iltutJ1 1 1br Sthepollsk tti j 1 i Ma wa jpiitIiec wlth a soft S dapthwI fc a IILQre t Thi1ly ad tiv nMh A ita r tM Gti ki1 toi r rl- oatjTraajHmtffWt ff I HH I k News From The County I I I PupilIGiirresp iiiUiitc Iif fry V1aIIeyHi1I Again we ask admittance ID tot your CN 0 which is the most interesting and instructive de partment of your paper IMrsW P Moran visited J F Head and family on last Tuesday Mrs Montgomery Reed visi ted her daughter Mrs W N Elliott the first of the week J d Pile and M Reed have been in Springfield the past week tearing out the old livery stable purchased of Jas Tobia 5Mrtanburg S 0 was in our mid t last Wednesday He was well comed by many old friends Misses Elizabeth Mae andi Ellen GregoryOf Pleasant Grove were in our midstThursday Mr Ben Youog of Science Hall was in our vicinity Tuesday on legal business Sherman Martin of near Springfield yisited his brother i TuesLday Miss Rebecra McWhorter 0 I Spririgfield is visiting the Misses rp1itley this week weB Ballard and wife vsited W N Elliott and family SundayS Several from this ded church at New Hop Sunday visitedLrelatives near day Miss Zora Grigsby of near Mt Zion is the charming guejst of her cousin Miss May Grigsby o f this place this week ERev Ad ins of New Hope de lliyered an impressive sermon at placeSunQuite an orderly crowd was in attendance and all seemed to ap predate his sermon yery much We would be pleased to hay e Bro Atikjns with us agaiq soon and will do our very best to have agood crowd to hear him According to old theories will have an early autumn The first sign was the katy did which began its well known sbng the eaYly part of the month whichi throws the frost tpfall the first of September If there be anything in this old saying no doubt many of the tobacco raisers willI have an easy time cutting late tobacco as Jack Frost will lend- a J belpinghandr Many of the farmers of this vicinity have had much hardI labor to save their oat crop which was at first a bright prospect for an unusual yield of the cereal crop but owing to the recent rains and heavy grain they fell down badly and in many instances had to be mown before any coud be saved This was very disheartening and it seems that all have a down cast eye their bad lover ckjAn old saying but not i true one by any ineans is that It neyer rains at night in July But it ha proved to be false pbophecy this time as it has rained three nights this month and equallyas many last July Tho well known herb bear foot eems to be taking the day with the invalids of this section The formula isj two tablespoons full of the roofs cut finely and put into a quart of whiskey cur course the stimulation derivedf from this Js very Affective and to mg notion it is the latter ofr which the patient is most addicted to lThe mdny readers of the News congratulateefforts to furnish them with such reading matter as has appeared for the past few months The serial story that closed last week waslhe best ever published ins county paper and the one to appear throughout the next levi weoks ft3li Tie equally as ood or better The readers shoufd re alize the fact that the ditcfr cannot continue to do this with out means and everyone should subscriptionl in from three to a half dozen new subcribers th sIIkcep the ball rolling and make the Ed tcel like going to Dinahs wed dingSThere are many places throughout tbe county that have no representative in our C N 0 columns when a correspondent of the least ability could furnish a good half column of interesting waybecomevicinities but no one seems to manifest the least interest in his neighborhood and thus lets the whole neighborhood become dull because of a little effort on hisr behalf to have iin a good letter each week We should strive hard to hava our county paper one of the most interesting in the state and it can never become one of that title unless it has all the news from the country and some one should take up the Co- rresPCldence of QUI paper and see who can do their best toward having the bet paper out Mr Will Sherley the local buggy dealer bf Willisburg ac companied by Mia Lelia Good lett of Polio attended church at this place Sanday afterooon and MrSherleys horse collided Wit j t GraybibhhI IIa riC v II iICa a xlICOoCOC kicked its master and Mfcs Lelia escaped by jumpin and running I Mrs RL Goatley who has been suffering with neuralgia for several years has decided to have her teeth rnnewed by artificialI BurlIon of Springfield is doing the work this week What has become of our broth er fronrPleasaut Grove Probably he has wandered far from bur columns and is now builuing air castes in which he and his bride will live undisturbed by the passing of time We wouldi delight in readinga few mon spicy letters from that pla eand trust that Punch will come to actualactivity as soon as the wearisome days of summer are gone and tthe Autumn breezes refresh his mind and nerve into UNOe1 KHIsboro Rev WE Sutherland filled his appointment at HopeviHe Warren countV last Saturday and Sunday Bro Sutherland iis doing a good work at this plade and contemplates moving there in tijpnear future We wish him success Quite a number young peo pie from this place attended the ice cream supper at Thos Mc II voys last Saturday night Mr T fcW Sutherland and Marshal Keejing attended church at JFairview last Sunday Mrs Annie Godby children and mother Mrs Leachman spent last week with relatives at FaIrfield Messrs Ormsby Shewmaker and Wit Leachman were royally entertained by their friends at Sparrow last Sunday Mrs Pearl Sutherland anti Miss Maymie Merritt attended Sunday school at Willisburg Sunday They report the Sunday in a flourishing condition Wee were pleased to hear of the good work and bope they will continue with gcod faith Mrs Mat l man and charming daughters Misses Maud and Eva pent Monday with T W Suth rland and family Mr T B Pratbeij and wife spent Saturday an Sunday with relatives near Tatham Mr Tom Coulter attended Sunday school at Rockbridge last Sundayr Misses Jessie Noel and Janie Settles were at brooksVille last Friday Mr Jim Coulter wife and daughter attended church at RockbridgeSunday last Mr Ben Mcllvoy and Jphni Armstrong were in your ttown last week buying and excbang iing school books for their children If all the patrons in this district would tdke that interest in children and send them tto school we would have goodI schools tOt only here but throughout the county Mr Oph Settles was the guest of friends near E3st Texas day SunIi Mr W P Merritt and welcomed a little wifEi ii their hom strangerJnl eyed daughter lJMr B F Mcllvov and famiU 3Bpent Sunday with Mrs Bud Gillispie SDoNo rI i Texas1 Mr P K Begley and Miss Laurie Bailey were atthe home of Mr apd Mrs James Cregor of Mackville Sunday MUS t guestfoFridayfor sonTf Chicago III Mrs Anna Commerce and daughter of Louisville are visit ing relatives in this community Mr C L Brady and wife and little Etta Mae Woosley attended services here Squday wifehavevisit at the home of the formers parents Mr Mat Isaacs ud wife Of Gravel Switch Mrs Rachel Bottoms and little 5grnddaugbter theiihomeant viaitt to the formers sister- S M E Dorsey Mr Joe WilsOn and wife of near Springfield were at the MrsClay andTomPerryvilleErniIyCocanoughersSunday well enjoyeDr R B RoBards while re movingsome medicine lastweek riohssuffered verY much andbaoythe home of RL Arnold and wile Monday tiuisvilleJ D Pieterson and wife attec ChapelSurlday Messrs G W Cbcauougher j I and Lucien V Purdom were in I LebanonJTuesdaYJ ofPerrvilJefamily of Si Lawrence last week visitedherMackville last week Misses Mayes and Shewmaker of Mack ville ware the guest df SaturdayMiss Louise McElroy of Spring theieMrs Mariah Arvin and littlc granddaughter Evalena are welcome visitors at the home of Mrs Arvttls daughter Mrs J W Campbell qUlteillPleasant Grove c The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs Alice Thompson i Thursday It was the first meeting of the season and proved to be quite a success Miss Laura fae Brown of Louisville is visiting Mrs J IMartin Natbaniel Thompson and Eras tus Trent visited friends at Mackville last SundaySMrs F M Martin and Mrs Elizabeth Henderson spent Wet nesday at the home of J FGregory Dr Rodman Williams and wife visited the latters parents at Litsey last week Misses Elizabeth and Ellen Gregory visited 1iends at Maud ThursdaySHo vard Funk has been visiting relatives here Mr Willie Thompson is quit ill of typhoid fever but we sin cerely hope for his hasty re covery IIMiSs Jane Gregury of Louisville visit d relatives here the past week MrsSallie Ewing of Cynthii ana and Mrs Ellen Terhuno of Br dfordsville are visiting Mrs L JM gregory Madame Rumor reports a wed ding soon Mrs Will S eeney of Lebanon is visitmg her sister Mrs Alice ThompsonS Rev W T Overstreet filled his regular appointment here Sunday Carlise Clelland and Thomas Ewing of Danville visited Miss Elizabeth Gregory Sunday The members of the Pleasant Grove church have been reques ted to meet at that place Thurs day for the purpose Of mowing the church yard and making all other necessary improvements Forest View Ore of Mrs Florence John sons children Of 8 or 10 years wasklcked by a horse the first of ast week and was thqught to be doiog very well but the last day or so has taken a relapse and at this writing is in a critical condition The entire communi ty extends to the family their sympathy Mr Sidney Osborne and wife went to Louisville last Tuesday on a business trip The Misses Wheatly are teach ing the CeciJville school Joe Pof Ji of Fenwick is teaching at Locust Grove and Teresa and Miss Vick Osborn at Rip Shin RidgetFletcher Carrico and Miss Lillie Orkiese and others took advantage of the excursion and visited Louisvil e last Sunday I Several of our young ladies and young men attended a dance at the resdence of Mr Charley nigdons Hickory Camp Branch The Misses Johnson on last Monday treated theyourig peo pie OF the community with an elegaiusupperS 4 L9ackdIIe- I beleive the farmers around us are about through with their wheat threshing some of it waS damaged a little on account bf so much rain and not being stacked Mrs Fannie McMullin returned to the city Saturday ofttr spending two weeks at bow Miss Morris from Louisville Is spending a week with Miss Nell Haydon Miss May Birch has returned home from the city Mrs The n Darnell isspend ing this week near Harrodsburg with the family of W L Phillips Mr Orceneth Peter was at Harrodsburg Tuqsday Mr A M Ferrill is over from Frankfort to meet his wife and spend a few days with friends and recuperate a little as he isInot feeling so well the last fewlIl weeks and needs a change Mr James Bottoms and family are moving into ihe Bowles propI t erty today Miss Hettie Seay of Perry yule is visiting her aunt Mrs Hal Hlpkorson Drew Yanceysold his wheat tobthe Cornish ville Mill Co for E5c pir bushel Mrs J B Laimer from Ne i vada MO was visiting her old friends and home llast week i j Democratic Candidates ilThe following Kel1tl mal were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county Office at the Democratic primary held in Washington county Au gust 6th 1904 They are to b vdted tor at the regular election 1905I B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker Repsfcnttive W D Claybrooke or SheriffJ SO bourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett 5ForT Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery MIXED LOVE LETTERS rCopjTlsht by TC WcClureJ- minfe Dudley gazed blankly al the letter before him It was the first time that any trouble hod arlen between him and Mabel and he could not quite grasp it- You neednt come up this evening the letter ran I dont wont ever to see you again I supposed that you were manly and honest and true I ncver supposed you were deceiving another girl Just aa you have been deceiving me 1 shall keep the candy and the let ter too I suppose she has the candy Intended for me and you can easily write another letter You seem to be quite apt at writing letters There was no signature though Itt needed no name to tell Jlmmle rum whom the letter came There wasonly one girl to wbom he sent candy and wrote letters and he had been antlct pating such a pleasant evening with her He always sent Mabef chocolates 19n Wednesdays and Saturdays and a letter was always Inclosed He could not understand why the letter should oliJylcontalnedthe announcement that be would be up Thursday evening as usual He had hoped on this very evening to ask her the question that had been trembling upon his lips ever since be had been given that last ralsln salary Now he was forbidden to come and be did even know why Somehow he blundered along until lunch time and when that relief came be wandered along thetreet trying to engrossedlhad i was ten minutes late In getting back to the WceSThe moment he appeared Jim Tucker backe4hIm i clerks were out Wbatdo you mean by writing a Ictr ter like that Tucker shouted as h flourished a paper under the astonished f Dudleys nose Where did you see Mabel demanded the under man Mabel yelled the Irate Tuckeij What have I to do with MabeUT JImmleDu4ley j taken the matter up Taken It up repeated Tucker Why shouldnt I take It up when jtt may cost me the sweetest girl in nil the world I thought you were engaged 4o Belle Wmchell spluttered Dudley who was beginning to find the pressure upon his throat decidedly uncoiiveni lent- waX hIssed Tucker tightening his grip upon his victims throat vun jtil you tfltu ypur asinine Ideas of corn edy broke It off Then what about Mabel gasped Jlmmle That said Tucker releasing ills hold and spreading the paper before Jlmmlea eyes Why shouldnt I write like that tti Mabel demanded Dudieyas his oyc fell upouN his own handwriting Why should you send It to Belief counterquestioued Tucker JImmies glunoc tell upon Dave Bojw en who had entered Dave was dU bled up with laughter Light dawtied upon Jimmies understanding Old you send Belle ome candy yester day he asked Tucker eagerly As though you drdnt know sneer ed Ticker Didnt you put this unto In Did you get It at CrbftVi i Jnuraued Jlmmle Didnt you see the name on tlie box i asked Tucker Pound box continued Jimmie You know It was said Tucker With a howl Jlmmle precipitated l himself upon Boweu nnd taking ilm toff his guard promptly gripped him up and sat upon hid chest Did you get a letter accusing you of writing love lettQrs to two girls de mantled Dudley of Tucker She said I was trying to disguise my handwriting as It I ever would write as badly as you do Pave did you mix those boxes de manded Dudley I cave admitted Dave Inelegantly You see the two boxes were just alike and I knew they each held av let ter It was easy to mix things upl You dido said Jim Dudley and Jim Tucker feelingly and Tucker added his weight to Dudleys They stopped Just short of murder and then made Dave write elnoo rI explanations to both Mabel and Belle detailing how he had seen tbat there were twin boxes of candyf oil the two desks and bowlie had changed them He was let off only after It was found that tho explanations won accepted but Dave declares that if lie ever falls In love he Is going to change his position to avoid misunderstand- Ings And Dudley and Tucker assure him feelingly that It would bd the wiser course Georgiana Grisiyold iMyluK Ffom Ulnrm 1l The English papers print somo goodI aylngs from Disraeli One thing IIIclear thata man may speak very well luthe house of commons and tl1l1ycryI completely In the house of lords PaerIare two distinct styles requisite In the lower house Don Juan may per haps be our model lu the upper tjouse PardUe Lost To be harassed about money Is one ot the most dlsq gfeeabie incidents of life It ruffles the temper lowers the spirits disturbs ho rest DUll finally breaks u ealtli Mr Idea of an agreeablc tbaI son Is a perfjoli who agrees wtthj me j Sympathy Is the solace cit the poor but for the rich thre Iscbmpensatlon There 1sa great deal pf vIce WbicU lJffiiH Ii sheetS tn dvert ncf Real Estate For Sale- elow is published a list of farms arid other real estate in the hands of McElroy Whar QfSpringfieldprpperty for sale or desiring to mke purchases will do well to call on them So 108 acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from SprinBfleld good dwelling and barn good out b well4permilesfrpmmostlyIugoodbsqhool Price 4250 per acre milesfiomSpridgfleid dwellingflustgpod orchard and plenty of timber- mileftomcultijationr acrel5fSpringfield on good pike L First class ingrassi S35 peracrrS fromlpringfield on good pike good im nearlyallf40 p racreImilesfromgoodhouseCatered 45 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 2l miles from grassQacres grassjnTraibdrns good boone welliat barn and postpricefromSpriugfleldland in high state of cultivation Pricel4 fromSpringfieldrand barn well fenced and watered 50 per acre fromSpringfielddwellingIW per acre fromBardstownroomdwellingoutbuildingsacres perfectly level land all in grass Price 3000 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east of B acrescacres white oak and 2000VfromSpringfleldall pr1cel45S oinMackvillewellJngwellfenced500 perIfromSpringfieldall good outbuildings well fenced price 27 per acre fromfnewly fenced and in good repair83500 talkfrom 6 s barncisternalbotbfenceddesrable68 263 acre farm llocated miles 8jroom8j acres bottom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 2750 per acre 01WIUisburgI food stock and tobadco barn firs class tenant home easy payments price 020 Town Property IFirst class store building and good six room dwelling both in first repair well located good stand price low Good 6 room dwelling on Mal street Goo S room dwelling well located and conveniently arranged alli modern improvement Good house 6 acres of Jaid all good out buildings Nice small dwelling on Lebanon avenue Nice 5 room cottage on Perry ville pike Sniall cottage on vjest Miln street small dwelling on E MainStreetlA number of lots for sale on Grundy Virginia and I4sban Avenue McElroyjiWIiarton Springfield Ky o e in largest plant in the wol1 probably a specIes of seaweed which often attains a lengtli ofoOO feet The stems are dried and used as ropes byjthe sduth Kii blaudcis gutter at the Moor The Moor prepaics butter In an origiIJnal way and gets a different taste from the usual one 1rwh butter he despises and uses oulyjfor cooking It must beI old if It Is to be likqdi After It line lainI In a hole in the ground for sonic years and has got a ccrtali appearance It becomes a lclcacsS Trees of Europe j The longest lived jtrces lu northern Europe are the pluck of Norway and Sweden but 570 years Is their greatest period Germanys oldest oaks live Itc only a little more thdn 300 years German AVoin + n Workers One German womitn In abotlt every twentyseven Works Sn a factory Urea on VroK There is a nnn who makes a good living during the lining season at the lakes at Belgrade Jilc bj selling live frogj to the fishernin for bait During as last summer he sold over 85000 b l A Miglitt ChIefcAccording to nia Jiuglisii traveler thec ttIdCllt rain It the rain falls at a time lucoug reuicut to his majesty Or If the sun shines when he dpcs not desire It ie shoots arrows at the sky for not obey Jng him i V DRasomelmsc1IIrlSpqsyi slblo to cross them On ice formed in a single night Bjrreiil aull ill Friend aC1111deJuthersLadyIons anl1 ptbJer vrsonal trIendspro er quUcc s la lrr qJ r Exclusively fordd olTlMsTap 1 r 11 Cyrus Brady author tl Wi 7 Thrilling and Vivid De scription ofSea Fighting on the Spanish Main The Buried Treasure and throat and Freebooter of All Ages r IntcrWoycn with Love Romance and Heroism Illustrated from painting j5L rights shtirtlyC jpiiBli ft faWiriating romantic SirHenry MorgauB anoof Bf Towoschd Tk Switkraers LtMomeutSqLjheMOSt The BostonTranscript says A thrilling Pi6tek t story romance sufficiently sensaUpnaIyet t t not lacking In debcacyi Dont Miss the OpeniJ1a Chapters I The First Nationa Bank I I fI11 4 I Surplus and tiapflal Undivided 30OOO Pr fits hP0OO J E OFFICERSBL Litsey President John W Lewz vite Pre ntII A McElroy Cashier LD Assistant Odshier R R i 1DiRECTORBILit8i Crr I bell R H Edelen H JI Grundy John Q Pojin V IWe grant every favor consistent with safe backing Your tusiI Lrespectfully solicited f IOOOO V GC j ALTERING A PICTURE t XVhr flue Change Did Not Please faa Orisiiiifl ArtMt lAn artist was talking about the noted German painter Adolf von Menzel You ileuzcl he said painted the clearest and most dlstluctj of pictures Everything with him was worked out to the last hair Nothing was ever sug gesled With suggested sketchy Im pressionistic pictures he bad no sym path lie was called the Melssonler Germany Imple31tslonlstsagu once heard Von Mcnzel say Tills man MarkheluF sold to iliJ hIsl1lDdsctlpeshIsl Ilth tier one night she said think the new picture that Ben Mar lib el in sold me lacks animation It needs llfei In 1L Would you be willing ohidieT Why surely madam sald the second painter And he took the pie turc houic with him made the addition and returned It the lua jnoruiug Later meeting Markhcim he said I had the audacity to alter a landscape of yours theolher day It-t was the landscape you sold the Count ess X She wanted a figure In It ant to oblige her I painted an pld peasant t walking doyn tire road Markhclm frowned The ronfl he said The road I dont remember any road In that pic ture Oh yes there is a road said theotberSt l f recall It said nrkhelw Fiiiallyrtf settle tim matter Jhcy went to th house of the countess and stood before the picture There said Markbefms brother artist there Is your road and there Is my old peasant walking down It Fool 3inrkiielzn cried what have you lone That not a road 1L Stheer San Francisco Newsletter iCoUutrj AVlthoqt Soldier The principality of Llchteusteit ln sit natcd between Austria and Switicr iuriil is fun pijly country In Europe without an army The refgiiin priiicr 1c otPaduz the capital JfthC Thirty MUc From a Station The ulost out of the way village In England Is said tpbe that of Farley cum Pitton Tills truly rural sPQtl ocr thirty miles from the nearest rail way station The SoiniinccaeIlaBtS Chills anti cayenne pepper come from the same plant the genus known the solanaceao They are of a shrub y brushy nature and are grown very largely In tropical and subtroplcal particularly lIP texfco niidj hllc bonce their name The fruit he reIpoIswiita simply dried bo comp the familiar chills ud wheRI round cayoimo pepper Is fbfJicil Church IM a 1arrn Yard l ClllOre curiOuS places font church could bo fotmd than onent Soutkam elabere which stands In tlil middle Vtn ilrni yard The onlyAica a 6f nttnnyels by pjassing throuV tke ard Xetle ewet As tbj resulttot1 a sad eperienci with reCkless cha ffeuw tle owiief Of5h dwelllnf jit the corner of twa tHH Bastatoke1Engiad liz jiitaa placard reading Cetat car th9r- a art r4iwttd It MTt Mi I bic a tt 1 q t L Weihe ecuredr the rii and will U gmiHe eiatioh l of the I i an 4 t 4J pirate t i Ssstory H 4SS t ajivjy I Cain r I i f f meGes1awkaieTT JjjS SA Greenland1 l nlels equal liPweight tip clslityelght cfepMnts or 440 hears r J HidshroqBiKt y r ff A reliable te4for mushrooms rsfii iSsii putidime into n djsh Jn which thoy arefv rCooked iffit dIscolors the mushrooms are unfit for food irIJTCASIS 17IT Ii A yout pt Cambridge linlvgrffty was In 1711 mildly remonstrated with by his uncle on account of his cnan lefoolish custom you Jiave got of and treating wtb Tea wth is flSIytIyt only very ciaageaie but Is yc ocj n of misspending a great deaL off time I hope therefore you will leave ltof fu if II1enIeiIit Deiark iA1I native Jorn and naturalizedj Danes over slxlty years of age receive pensions of iffishlllings io 18 slilllings per month if unable to support IttUeni selves or their amlllcs The OldcHt ITnlvemlty i j The oldest university In the world Is at Peking IHs called the School For j the Sons of th Empire Its antiquity Is very grNltI Cud a granite register consisting of istone columns 820 ia num erT contajns the names of COOOO J graduates Air Olil ktrKMlmrir Sfcep i2SA shop In Strn s5bnrgcaled the Sign of the Stag 1ijas been occupied as a chemists busliess for 700 year I Sfccl mtZer Official tests of different qualities of steel show tfoutrary to the fpopBljtr opinion that stcei is stronger at zero F than at ordInary temperatures The minImum of tfcutth fs at about 210 degrees but above that It rises again till It reaches Jits maximum atC5Q th grees i color Attract tttex Bees are nttaetel toiBoivcrs by the bright colors l1Js experiments of r BoFglan nuhinilist t prove that perfume hasimuch less nttractloa and that hoi ey has nonoaidlf teCat Fegc rlattl vis fond of ats nnd it this clrcuajst uce Isl owing the qele brated nod vbrycurlons Cstt Fuyae which appear In ida works Wrth jmsii Death kate fit has been computed tthat the ticathSrate of the gibe is C8 porifllHute ST per day or 55 717790 pe Year TJie birth rate Is 70 iwr irilatfi 108 S00pcrdny pr 30817200 per year reckoning tbeycar to be t5 days mlcngtt T TJiff lIe 1 live nenr1Dn the drlcataiiit Freaebr man was gracious enougtito allow Ov imansuprcinacyj la oie respect at lea With uilHUtJ Kcwrftoy he fixes Ihe height of Noah t 103 fetff Vf Moses t3tcetcoi flerevlM at 10 feat 41 erU GveataM hiis tesar at 8 aM feet espeettvej iui lXve at 118 Ipet 97 IMM 5 w Jiv Wi I CevIs Dried weed t eil in sit Wanted ts Mckfterate djtparted JiMtlbeN tt Mt peaed atJPt eosea Ja Cjloa i ibkM 4 Brrojps IwWeboW accset2lig to Jcy coastatetf bwAfcw cr 4r fC lea orses iioeeus d eaeys tre a w Ca- sd a fak aid 1IeMt wet t Sft N I J lIE NEWSEtADER PVLaaaYaftYTVAY 1 AVEANINADVANCL JINGLES AND JEsTST f AJiOiv bOW 1 Wk I were a skrth BeeawM to wcwk lMahvaysloatko Ad1Iwefealo4kyouAee Id Jwvt be tauten train a tree 0TIt tree it kmtwl dee I would choos- eThIC I wkd te read the ewa Id jtwt rase upward lazily White breeds turned the leaves for me Puck teeIKM MU Fa cimie You JOt pubpcrlbQ the newspa pet asked tbe VlsHtagaelglibor No Answered the hostess we kMoW mOte than the newspaper can telKMy httsbamd lsa ensu tiker IPashiugtouStar JJrJtlUter tells iiie that tOt a whole year Do tie tUdiitt write h thliig that was r brtfi while jTen IbcUctdt tooklilml a year tot write that iatt novel ofhlsihlla l1 fleliIa Preoo I Fr ZM1aiSig When T airi dead ahd Number Two Is ver present ttf the vie r iAnd she woula Number Two rebuke s By Matthew Mark and John and Luke Then 8hc remember me ir Tiew Orleans TimesDemocrat Terrible 1Why did Subbub toss that ageht ever the hedge fWhy lie wanted to sell blma lawnmower that would play ragfdne while It was being pushed Chicago News eXa It Jitrlller Xetee- JL 7 1 man from Jollet IlL r t Was making a most slit it From a Canada thistle i He fashioned a whistle And then made a much shrill r JuStre B iHsr Exact About Itii Mrs WlgglnsJr Wiggins said you fooktlicoaehupthehlll Professor English 5 o madam the hordes toot the cbacU tip the hill I 7rOde In It Soraervllle Journal J J A AVoril In YiidIcatbe But let It be borne in rond Cohcefnlns that wordy flsht That when the pot called the kettlo 1IJblackTJwrblamed old pot was Tight ri 3 New York Press Mere Than Her Skare Clara Oh have you hoard about g Cora Carrot She Is gog 6jmarry a rlchWldower with sIx J DoraSlais a grcdy thlng New York VVeeKly t Ute l 1The malden was busily TmlttlnV sittinii She answered me Nit 2 Alas she was ktilttlri a mitten Brownings Magazine A GenBiHe Frostt Mrs Rash Are the Cashes next door really mad at oul Mrs Dash Oh yes they have quit i borrowing cur lawn mower hammock J arid porch chaIrsrLlfe Hoir AlioBt It Mr JameT Syfovf lQt the foreleiiers ribald Jest Concerning our dialect cease The American language Isthe best tt When It comes to making peace i Chicago Tribune Ilia eme Waa JohH SuitorDoes your doll talk when you queezelt IUtIe Sister Yes but It doesnt say 6hi George dbntl Brooklyn Life True GiuThe smartest folks are hot the ones Who prosper liy their wealth of wit fiut rather those who get along Byoth r peoples lack of it t Judge SuJn4t14taI Rellult Our dfallngk ylttjithc Indians are I +open toscrloiis criticism 5 tJPtut weve got Dearly all their real estate Boston Transcript Lamentations Gfavel dust cattle cussed Wind anti rain hills that strain l Sand andjnirc punctured tlro jStopped by train jugged again p l Town Topfcs At ttte Shore She Dont you think this place is be coming more and more fashionable v Her Husband Well Ive noticed that its becoming more and more expen IveADetrolt Free Press = A Terrible Accident He cried Oh look A drowning manl S Hes out there in the foam She44ghed Oh hca enl And Ive left t MyJainera at hornet 1 Llppincotts Mo t t w T jtyfrCratys tamp Meeting TIe Sixth AnnUlI Encamp ment ql ilie Alicet y Holines AssJciatioQ 9 convene OQ the 28th of this monthand last Unt- ilth7thQfAigust TbiS scthe oij camp meeiing held l1nthe orgatzptionhyear It is situated midway between Lebanon and Juhctjor City Ky1 on the L NR R It is nicely shade and well watered containing about ten acres of ground There has been erected this year a new Tabe nacloat a cost of five hundred dollars calculated to seat 1200 people which will be dedicated July BOth the third day of the meeting These grounds are within 400 yards of the Station- or Railroad Rev J L Mprrillj ofthe State feorgiaandMis- sLucyiabn of London Ky will have charge of the1 seryices Rev J C Johnson assisted by one ot the best cornetists in the State willl be in charge of the music There will be a dining hall and refreshment stand together with a number of cottages and D ddormitoryon the grounds fo accommodate all Boarding 350 per week or 25 cents a meal Advocated The pills that act as a tonic and not asa drastic purge are DeWitta Little EaJy Risers They cure Headache constipation biliousness etc Early Risers arc small eagy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City lolD says LitpeiPiltecured me of chronic constip tion Good for children or adnlis Soldbv all Druggists Will Sue Mob Tennie Shaw wif otDock Shawwho was shot to death by a mob near Lewisport a few weeks ago was in town last week and asked the Fiscal Court to pay for household goods which were lost in the residence fired by the mob in order to make her crazed bus a ometargetsi the Hancock Clarion No appropriation was made It is pow understood that the woman who was Jennie Lee of Hawesville has employed coun selaud will sue individual mem bers of the mob for damages It judgiment against any m mob that fact aloce would be a signal for many other suitsby her attorney and others against officials insurance companies etcsaid that all interesed parties are awaiting develop ments all along the line Unfortunatet Accment A most unfortunate accident occurred at the monastery of Gethsemani last Saturday when Mat Millan a monk was killed by a blast The management of Gethsemani iis erecting a large building to be used as a laundry Mr P H Woods of Balltown is employed in blowfhg out the stone from the ditch isjSapirdayed for a blast and Millan who was stonemason and also employed on the building was at work about eighty yards aw yVhel1 the fuse was ignited Mri Woods and also the Abbot shouted a warning to Milan which he did not heed When the blast was MLLOa discharged two large stones wer hurled into the air about a- r tvun dred feet In descending one olr these struck Millan on the oacl of the bead splitting it in twain and killing him instantly About fOrtyiper5onswitness the ac cictentti illiriai a German aged about 48 years arid had been at Getlisemunii nine years JIImIKentutky a Press Associate The Kentucky State Press Association instead of taking its annual trip to some of the large cities of the country has deter mined to hold its meeting at Crab Orchard beginning July 24 The business meetings will be held on the 24 25 and 26 and there will be a banquet and ball during the session The hotel has made a special rate for the editors and their families and with C E Woods of Richmond at the head of the entertainmeht committee and L B Brown of Earrods burg on the program committee a most delightful meting is as sured qrpB POOd hill Just Roll THere are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Sc ondIt tastes good children love it Third It cures coughs croup and whooping cough when other remedies fail tiold by all Druggists Remarkable Crop of Hay Mr R P Daugherty of the Cedar Creek section was in town one day iast week and informed ine News of a mcst remarkable crop of hay which he has raised this J ear on his farm near Cow ley this county last spring ho put out an eightacre crop of alfalfa which he also sowed in oats as aI nursing crop About June 5 ylien the pats were just fixing to head or as the farmers say were in the boot Mr Daugherty mowed the mixed oats and alfalfa reaping a very fine yield He then went on a Weeks visit to friends in LdRue county and on his return found much to hjs surprise that the crop had grpwn so rapidly he could scarcely tell that if had ever been cut On July 3 in about one month from the first cutting he re mowed receiving another large yield of alfalfa and oats in full head To mend the matter this same field had ben in millet last year and agood deal of tbe old millet was turned under in tbe Aprirbreaking so that at the second cutting thete appeared alsol about half a crop of vqlunl tel millet Mr Daugherty jex pacts to reap another flue yield of alfalfa off this same piece about the middle of August Etpisyn News MiEeslion Cflretd There is no case of indigestion dys pepsia or stomach trouble that will not ylela to tHe digestive and strengthen ing influence of Kodol Dyspepsia cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting what you eat ant allowing it to rest imtirit grows trong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief frpm indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack nd gain a f otholdfas when in a weakened condition Sold by all Druggists t tktttttt 11tg JFill Your COALL House 1g Now is the time to save money by laying in your winter g or supply of coal and we can offer your inducements in the way ofpJces on large quantities g fiiL TradeIOur Buggy A f Has been tremendous thisi summer and we stUl 4 have plenty of fine vehicles left from which y iirnaymake a selection 1i Remember We Lead + As dealers in farming hnpleJDerits We handle the genuine Oliver Chilled P1ow Old Hi kolySt debalter and Champion Faiiii Wagons and the pest drIlls and seeders on the market j Page and Elwooartiiield Fencing and Gasoline En P incsailsiZes V g H11McCIure1VeII8 7 CardWrII Miss Sallie Reed accompinieJ her father Rey Reed to Cor nishvill Saturday and Sunday andY visited Misses Lauraanc Nettie Patterson Mr Roma Lay and Wife oj Illinois were here this we k having accompanied thecorps f lof Mrs Lays sister who died back to Kentucky for barial They will return to their home at once School began on theBrd with Prof W S Col vin teacher Prof Colvin thus enters into his third public school also having taught a subscription school and he and the scholars are very much attached to each other May this proye the most successful term yet Rev Hatchett acccmpaniedby- his wife filled his appointment at freedom Sunday Owing to the rainy day there was no ser vice on Saturday Rev Reed preached Saturday at Cornishvillq tfn Evidences and Results of Dicipleship and Surday on What must I do to be saved Good Services Also Rev Summers filled his appointment atTatham Sunday It seems as if there has been a discussion going on among the correspondents as to what be came of the waters cf the flood we do not know and we believe the bible is silent as to the way in ivhich God removed them save that they were removed At any rate we are glad to seeI that some of the writings and questions of the correspb dents are in regard to the bible But let us not dive intoi things too deep for us as there are plain truths given us sufficient for Ou rIminds occupation through life Tile object of Scripture stupy Search the Scriptures for tq eterna11ljlife vIH P Hatchett will begin a of meetings at Deep Creek Tuesday the 10th Messrs J W fSatterly and Hit as Burkhead of Tatham witfif their wives Attended church at Battle Tuesday of last week ana in company wit Rev Voodj visited Rev Summers and fam lyi The meeting at Battle church in WhiCh the pastor was assisted for 12 days by Rev W M Wood of Harrodsburg closed Fr iday morning with29 additions to the t chcjrcb 22 by baptism and 7 bj letter and relation Large crowds attended day and night and the mauifestllgreatly revived and Pastor and- people are rejoicing Pastor Wood tells to a dying world in simplicity the old old stsry of the cross and the Lord honored his word to him be all tn praise Bro Wood carries with hint the warmest affections of pastor and people and will long be remem bered in this community Rev Garrett Reed will preach at Tatham Springs Sunday eve ning the 3 5th at 4 oclock The farmers are growing restI less on account of the heavy rains Oats were damaged con siderably and there seems to be much danger of hay ruining But we must remember that He who made heaven and earth has control of the weather and is ruling for the best SIMPLE SIMON Benl Her Donliie 1 khew no one for fou weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter ofj Pittsburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the bet doctors I could otI wasI bentdouble and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued by Electric s Bitters which restored my health and strength and now can walk us straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver andl kidney disorders at Haydons Pharmacy Price 50c Large Trees in Bluegrass A mulberry tree standing On the lawn near the residence off Mr Walter Kenney on the Paris and North Middleton pike at the height of three feet above the ground measures ten feet in circumference says the Paris KentuckianCilizen At six feet above the ground it is nine feet circumference rcherty tree in the yard of Mr William Payne near the Harrison atd Bourbon line on Ruddles Mills and Cynthiana pike at three feet abo etbe groundmeasures seven and one half feet in circumference Mf = i plantedlieyears ago It has n yer failed tq bear a full crop as far back ashcan recollect It is of the va rjety known as the Black Heart f A bui r oak trEe on tthalnnds belonging tothe Lair estate near Lairs station in Eariso county at the height Qf4 thre feetabOvo the round measures in circumference thirythreei feet fopr inches At eig t tetaboye the ground twntyjftvi feet eight inches Catarrh Cannot 6e Corel with LobAi ApPLICATION as they cai not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a hood or consittutional disease and in order t cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one f the best physicians In this country for years and is a regular pre scriptidn It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combi ation of the two ingredients is wht produces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Send fur testimonials Iree F J CkENfeY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pillsfor constipation r Almost a Riot Saturday afternoon Elrod Morgan colored assaulted John Sallee a white man and bruised him tip considerably Sallei had made a call on a family that occupied the upper rooms of the Tom mith building at the cor ner of ChUes and Broadway and some one mptied some wateir- out of one of the windows that bespattered Morgans mother who Was passing below and when allee came down the steps Morgan hit him on the back of the Mad With the loaded end of a buggy whip and also struck him twice in the head with rqcks each blow bringing blood Chief Smith and Policeman Herroh went after Morgan and the first named officer was forced to use Ihisbil1y on him six or seven times before he could subdue him Sallee says he knows nothing of anyone throwing water out of the window and did not Jknow what he was attacked for untilafter it was all over The affair caused considerable excitement Morgan served in the Philippines and killed a cob dred soldier there He wasliiiu before a courtmartiali and was sentenced tp death but his send tence was commuted to life im prisonment Through the effort4 of Judge Corn of this city he vas pardoned He will be trie Saturday on the charge of assau1 and also for carrying a concealed weapon In default of 50 bond in each case he was sent to th workhouseHarrodsburg Herb ald CUrC d of Bhus Bc8s a Mr Robert O Burke Klnora NY writes Before I starte4 to us Foleys Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a ntght and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across the room 1 had given up hope of living when a friend recommended Foleys Kidney Cure One 50 celt bottle worked wonders and before jl had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symj toms of Brights dUeaae For sale by The Rtfd Cross Drug Store Cat Had Mumps A few weeks ago the little six jrearold son of Mrs Bette e1Grovee1 miles out from town had a severe case of the mumps and while the fever was hitch took up in his arms a pet cat and playfuljy blew his breath into iits nostril In less than two weeks the cjit had a well developed case jof genuine mumps with jaws and hroat swollen so badly it could icarcely eat In due courSe tie disease wore off and the cat re covered and is now tat and sle6k ils verETown News Forced io0 Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky saystFor20 years 1 suffered agonies with a sore on iriv upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After mmiy trying everything elscL I cured it with Bucklens Arn ca1 Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Haydo s Pharmacy only 25c News Notes r The Kentucky County At or neys Association before adjoi rn ment passed resolutions request ingi the Legislature to strike out the words at random in Sec tion 1308 of the statutes relating to shooting on the highviay Also to revise the present law governing jury challenges rAt a meeting of 4hei Board o Ooutrol of the Kentucky Stat Fair announcement was made that the premium list would probably reach 25006 SeCre- t ry Bain says the agriculture j and stock displays will be the greatest ini the history of the tate jIn a lengthy stat ment issuedI onlyQneoft totamohgqtherdownfall to the former leader of the Republican party In the opinion and prders clf the Railroad Commission pre pared by Chairman McChord and filed last week it is held ttiai ex press companies are common carriers and therefore Come 1 within the meaning Of Sectioi 218 of the Constitution and See tion 820 of ihe statutes The Adams and Southern Express Companies in retaliation for a tax imposed by the city of She byville have been charging the merchants of that city rates in excess of the ordinary charges The commission recommends in countykrandi RHMEDYFOR HAY EYER r Aftrr Trying Other Treatments1 Hyomel Was Used wiih Perfect Success I 1 J F Forbes a wlell known Western railroad man whose home is at McCook Nebraska writes I have neyejr had any relief trom any remedy for bar fever even temporarily until Jr- discovered the merits of Hyoraei I always recommend t when occasion requires There is no offensive or dan geroUs stomach doping when Hyooqei is used Tliis reliatli remedy for the cure 6C all diseases of the respiratory orgatfs is rejathed through a neal pocket inhaler that conies with every pultit so that the air taken into tne throat and lungs is like that of 4bje White Mountains cr other health resoris where hay fever iis unknown The fact that ThejRed Cross theImoney to any hay feyer sufferer who uses Hyomei WithOut suc cess should iinspire confidence mttnnwer to effect a cure A completeout t Co and extra bottles but 50 cents Bo Yon W siwili If you want to Increas your strength you must add to and nqt take from the physical In other word1tHo food that you eat must be digested assimi ated and appropriated by the nerves ilood and tissues beforebeing expelled 8pep8iaIstrength to and buns upstrength ih the human system Itiia pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestdnts thnfc will digest the food and enablethe system to appropriate all of its health and 8trengtngiving qualities Sold bran Druggists J i DJsjcover l A World dispatchjfromtiondon contains the fohlowng from the Vienna ccrrespondeht of tho Daily Telegraph Private letters from St Petersburg state that the police have discovered elaborate prep ratipnSjfor blowing up the castle of Ilinskoje near Moscow where the Czar with the imperial family intend to take up a brief residence Beneath the apartments destihed for hs Majestys US9 a subterranean jassage is said to have been found leading to a jcellar where 250 pounds of dynamite lay concealed The police hav4 made many arrests apprehending amcng others two engineers who cot ducted the cleaning and decorating of the apartments at the cas tIe This iutelligence associated with the murder of Shuvbloff has made a deepiinpression The Czar has now jjiyen up all idea of staying at Ilinskoje I 1Ii1he iam 1nd Cure The latest new from Paris is that thoy have discovered a diamond cure fpij consumption- It you fear consumption or pneumonia it will hOwever be best for you to take ttiat great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer Tenn l had a tough fgrffliiTJbeenyejrscNcjln ng helped mej yntil I tobk Dr kings New Discovery for Con jumption Congpsand Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent cure Uu equalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Trouble At Haydonis Pharmacy price 50c and 1CO guaranteed Trial bottle free rWoY 8T11p a CMe rteaorbloo4 JoB41k1aclJeelHl fue4 War Time Stwy e 1Wrlttn for News Leader iIt was during the days of the Qatly4i settlement of Kentucky when a companyjOf pioneers wai statiahedat a certain point pre ijared for war These men were oblijed to station themselves sI t9mahiwkI obliged to putout pickets so were as AtriathrownJsecond night the same thngbap ppned and so on for several sue cesivje night When ft came the turn for a young soldier merely a boy to take the death post this seemed hard aSh knew certain death awaited and he tried to hire somVone to fill his place No one can reat ungisoldierman that very night but things were somewhat changed wfien a low heavy set Irishman came up WlIIgoIthe deaths The offer was im mediately accepted and Pat was soon on his way as his roihrades- thougfit lo his doom No one even dreamed of ever seeing Pat alive again The o derwas giv niforal1 to retire and agaic eVtrythiug was as silent as deilh pot even a cricket seemed to breik the deathly si ence This time passed away in silence until at last are port waif Keard which rag out clear and sharp on the sib nt nigbtalrirybrerresumed heavier tjrm wi ich hadbeeu laFJ asila forgot ily easelfnd were off atotce fo the death post1 a the phra beat was cilled Bt t to their surprise instead f finding Pat dead as i they hadthougltl t ey found him tramping back ard forth leisurely along as though nth ng h d happened When asked the cause oIibe shot ha said I kilt a s W which was prowling about the post Well un immediate search was nade and Pats sow was found sure enough and dead too Wben they cut the sow kit tbere lay a Ifrge red skin With a bullet hole in his head hurl this solved the prob ilem The other pickets had paid no atlentention to the old sow which would come up eating acorns anrt grunting until close enough and then spring upon tfee cket and slay him Wnen- asled 5r5 t a iw nt say some thing about that tj o e rd plied Oh I was only waitin my turn UNO Valley Hill Ky l uree Party t A pleasant surprise party nay be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and dis comThtDrjgs Net Life Pills They ard a mot wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for head ache dizziness end constipation 25c at Haydons Pharmacy Prlsorii Cw 72 nrsjjj John Millera youthful rest dent of Danville 111 passed through Louisville Yesterday morning imprisoned in a freight caLloaded with watermelons a heart broken victim of a train crews cruel joke For three days the poor little fellow has been compelled to exist on melons not yet ready for the market and the otttcome of what might nave bee1a good joke will not j be known until he isi released when the cir reaches its destiua tion in Cincinnati The car was being loaded with melons at Danville last Monday morning and just as the train WKITX Hintfreelyand franklyM atrictMt emii ence telling us tymftomt troubles We wft Mnd advtoi plain ewloiie how t cure MqsLaJiss Adrteefy Dept Th Chattanoofft MwUdOf Chattanooga Tww iL cwas preparing io leave t1ifc Jiitl fellow climbed in with thcf evi dent intention of seizing what iisjconsidered lawful pr V by YolUBg riC He ww == by oo tbbrakeman who hnrntlljr and locked the car doorjAm jjQkc was enjoyed byt xli Miller until nIght arId he commended t16 oeg his captors for freedom but coarse J laughs and cruel Jibes were the only reward of Sulr dinK ap peals from the captiye The melons went as ti rule s green that had heeafen them his life jr would have been endangered add when see yesterday mOrn ing at Anchorage by a number of small boys he declaredbet seen sobs that he had not had a bite to eat since MPnday morning and was almost famished At An chorage he discovered that one v of the windows jh the end of the car could beopesed and he was makiaghis escape asssvea by scvval boysto Whom 1ehld told ibispiUful story when memberS of thetraIn crew discovered hioi r lud alter pushing him roughly t badk into the car they nailedthe windows and ioade tmpossible any further chance of fiscape The cass was qalted to the at tention ot th aiithpriiies in AliV chorage but before assistance could be had tbei train was again pn its iwig and te4ious journey fcato Cincinnati the train was suppsedto be i through freight J and as the stop in Louisville would bebo1t the authriis i decided that iMyoud be best ta notify the policy lih Cinctnnati of thee little fellows pr ca ijLgnt i and what could b there Ijj punish the meD were tor blameifor the outrage I Xoung Millpr confided his name a1d address to the boys who had gathered about the car 4iin Anchorage and last night voids sent to nh pitents ofr nis predicament Jbstelegram 1most1 1 the freight trajri Louisville Herald J iL i t j BSOtOJ2OllitfttL1ft r Peter Fry obdriaff Pawrltesf Af ter doetbriBg IfortwtFlre rs with eth best physicians in Waynesbufg and still getting yorse thedoc Jrs ad tI vised m if I had uy businesi toatL t tend to I had better attend it a once as I could not possibly Iiv4 another month e4 therewbllo cus for me Foleys Kidney Our u recommended to flhT a friewl I mmediate1ysent1nyittpLe tore i for it and after taking threeweS I bepanto get better and continued to i rnorove until twas entirely well For j saHbyI he Red gross Drug tore i VifcprSalc r t Polandcltiniipigs5 Get a reanlingpig ithersex Eligible jUregister OTIS PORTJSB t f i4 4tf BoandE f t J MedDpieaIc h6 SoithFork country his v been undergoing a scare for the i past trtro weeks on account of the visit of a madi4og to lhatsectioB J Jfearly a month ago and cows hogs dogs and sbwp haye died 4 jna number of instance as a re suIt of beiog bitten Garrett Mansfield lost two cows M F Lawrence one W W Smitho0e and Will Chi1ireoneandtbere are as many Aibre that are eitBer j jnder suspicibm ur stark mad The first mad dog came through Ifr9m the direction of Bruce and t jdoniB ihe directikH4of Oil t4 f City biting and snapping lor t sverythiog that crossed hfspa fcr i RL Besides the live txkbitlenya number dbgs were also att t fgonef Lictmg still further daaiage to the live stock in thai section Jlasgow Tioates t N ffPahilBSs Cure ofCuiiWe Pain i f j I NveFiign yourself to suffer paik Women rf 7 pains are curable They are thyg sign ofdngerous I r conditions of the female organs which should be if promptly attended fo dangerous resUlts will follow t J S it af fleofd0I Cff 14 fi TO WOi RZL1U r 1Iti i 1 It makes ypll well Try it i t f SoldcverhereinIOt l hf Vf A all your Inc In seated them Co see ho to aa J f l of or MwntVTAPAN dtN 57 J P M I ndO y howotk bok CARDUr t s W 44sassooud II taR uyLwsairsdbyCaiiuI Iwsit 4fn lady to oyol i i smdoi 4 r 11 T TLE Vr 4PTT SIR HENRY MORUAN- 8UiCANEER j 1 1tc 4 CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY Atithor of The Southerners For Love of Country The Grip of Honor Etc copYft1GLT 1905 BY C W DILLINfiHAM COMPANYt 1t Ci irrCRAPTER L IMfS igracious majesty King Charles II of England In POtti and acquisitive mood had made him a knight but as that merry monarch himself had said of another unworthy subject whom he had ennobled his son by the left han4 God Almighty could not make lmn gentleman Yet to thecasual Inspection little of 4ff nothing appeared to be lackIng to en title Mm to all the consideration at tendant uppn that ancient degree His attire for Instance might be a year rcK two behind the fashion of England and still farther away from that of llt i Frairce then as how the standard r mater in dress yet represented the extreme of the mode In his majestys i f fair Island of Jamaica That It was I ji trifle too vivid in its colors and too striking in its contrasts for the bestS taste nthmaposslbly might be doned by the richness of the material used and the prodigality of trimming which decorated it Silk and satin from the orient lace from Flanders leather from Spain with jewels from Ft everywhere marked him qtLa person entitled to some consideration at least Even more compulsory of attention if not of respect were his haughty overbearing satisfied manner his look of i command the expression of authority- in action he bore f Quite in keeping with his gorgeous r appearance was the richly furnished room in which he sat in autocratic isolation plumed hat on head quaffing as became a former brother of the coast and sometime buccaneer 1amazing drafts of the fiery spirits of the Island of which he happened to be i ad Interim the royal authority j But It was his face which attested the acuteness of the sueeflig observation of the unworthy giver of the royal ac colnde No gentlefnan ever bore face like that Framed In long thin gray curls which fell upon his shoulders after the fashion of the time It was as cruell as evil as sehsuous as ruthless as powerful an old face as had ever looked over a bulwark at a sinking ship or viewed with indifference the fr1SirHemy1 Morgaa si ravaging of a devoted town Courage thcrewas capacity In large measure but not one trace of human kindness Thin lean hawklike ruthless jcun fling weatbez beaten Itw 18 sadiy out of place in Its brave attIre In that fJC5 vaulted chamber It was the face of a man who ruljeu by terror who com mended by might It was tile face of an adventurer too one never sure of r his position but always ready to jflgbt for It and able to fight well There was a watchful alert Inquiring look I jIn the fierce blue eyes an Intent exr pectant expression In the craggy Coun tenance that told of the uncertainties of his assumption yet the lack of tip surance was compensated for by the firm resolute line of the mouth under the trifling upturned mustache with In lips at the same time thin and sensual And he was an old man too Sixty odd yearS of vicious life glossed over a in the last two decade by an assump tion of respectability had swept over the gray hairs which evoked no rover onceIThere was a heavy frownon his fqce on that summer evening In the year of our Lord IGS5The childless wife whom he Md taken for his betterment and her worsening some ten years since In succession to Satan only kncwhow many nameless uureeosntz ed precursors had died a few moments before In the chamber above hIs head Fairly bought from a needy father she had been a cloak to lend him a 1certain respectability when he settled down red with the blood of thousands whom he had slain and rich with the treasure of cities that he had wasted Sto enjoy the evening of his life Like all who are used for such purposes she knew after a little space the man over whom the mantle of her reputation had been flung She hind rejoiced at the near approach jof that lentil for which she had been longing almost since her wedding day That she Had shrunk from him in the Try articles of dissolution when he jstood by her bedside lcafed the character ot the relation j ship- STdwitness death and to cause It had been the habit of this uyin He marked it In her case as In others with absq SJute Indifference he cared so little for her that he did not even feel relief at Tier going yet because be was the gOT ernor of Jamaica really he was only the vice governor but between the tie parture of the royal goveruor and the vzirrlvul of another he held supreme c ijpower he hind been forceTI to keep pilniself close on the day btJ wlffe fled by that public opinion to which he was a Indifferen but whicli he could not en tlrely defy Consequently he hind not J1been on the strand at Port Royal when the Mary Hos frigate fresh from England hind dropped anchor In the harbor after her weary voyage across 9 ccnyctrIf incoming governor had not been wel corned by the man who sat lempora rlly 1Jhe had In several preceding In m terregnurns In the seats of the mighty However everybody else On the Is I uIand had welcomed him with Joy for 4 of all men who had ever held office In T Jamaica Sir Henry Morgan sometime th chiefl dtli ot tiios nefarious bands i1lftw dIuithe1r piracy under the jji fti U eccaieeriug was the i Qt 13utTJecaus ot the j I tweate de bf L dy Morgan a t l11 BlrHenrKwas not Iit i to retiIy Itord Ctrjj ngford tort 4 to elsede Wn orep f w- Ql naormomgea mfio an outwara intent passed harmlessly down his lean and craggy throat He drank alone the more solitary the drinker the more dangerous the man yet the room had anbther occupant a tall bcawny brown hued grim faced savage whose gaudy livery ill accorded withi his stejn and ruthless visage He stood by the vice governor watchful attentive and silent Iniperturbably filling again and again the goblet from which he drank More rum said the master at last breaking the silence while iiffting his tall glass toward the man Scuttle me Black Dog be added smiling sardoulcajly at 4he silent maroon who poured ajaln with steady hand you are thetrtfly soul on this island who doesnt tear me That woman above yonder purse her sliuddered away from me as I looked at her dying Bqtt your hand is steady You and old Ben Hornlgdld rfre the only ones who dont shrink back hey Carib Is It love or hate he mused as the man made no answer More he cried again lift ing the glass which he had instantly drained But the maroon Instead of pouring bent his head toward the window listened a moment and then turned anti lifted a warning hand The soft breeze of the evening laden with the fragranoe of the tropics swept up from the river and wafted to the vice gov ernors ear3 the sound of hoof beats on the hard dry road With senses keenly alert he ujso listened There were a number of theni a troop PO- Ssibly They were drawing nearer they were coming toward his house the summer bouse near Spanish Town tar up on the mountain side where he sought relief from the enervating heats of the lower landIHorsemen he cried Coming to the house Many of them Ahj they dismount Go to the door Carib But before the maroon could obey they heard steps on the porch Some one entered the hall The door of the drawing room was abruptly thrown open and two men in the uniform of the English army with the dIstinguIsh- Ing marks of the governors guard at Jamaica unceremoniously entered the room They were fully armed One of them the second had drawn his sword and held a cocked plsjol in the other hand The first whose weapons were still in their sheaths carried long official paper with a portentous seal dangling from it Both were booted and spurr d and dusty from riding and both contrary to the custom and etiquette of the island kept their plumed Lists on their heads uSlr Henry Morganr began the bearer of the papeii UHy your lleave gentleman inter rupted Morgan with an Imperious wave of his hand lieutenant Hawx herst and Ensign Bradley of my guard I believe You will uncover at once and apblbgize for having entered so t unceremoniously As be spoke the governor rose to his feet and stood by the table his right hand unconsciously resting upon the heavy gtass flagon of rum lIe towered above the rother two men as he stood there transfixing them with his resent ful glance his btwllearywith threat and anger But the two soldiers made no movement toward complying with su1peDye hear me he cried stepping forward reddening wIthfuJcnt their apparent contumacy nd bethink ye sirs Iliad best address me who stand In ihe place of the icings tunics jty as your excellency or Ill have you broke knaves We need no lessons In manner fromII you Sir Henry Morgan cried Iawc herst angry In turn tobe beaten though yesterday SObrO1 L1knowthat you are no longer governor ofj this Island and can claim respect from no one What do yoivneau The Mary Rose frigate arrived this morning btinglng Lord Carliugford as his majestys new governor audi this order of arrest Arrest For whoiil Foroue Sir Henry Morgan For whst prayj Well sir tar mutder theft treason the catalogue tills the paper You are to dispatched to England to await the kings pleasuroi I am sent by Tprd Carllngford to fetch you to the Jail at Port iroyal You seem to find It a pleasant task By heaven I do sir cried the soll dier fiercely hI ama a gentleman born of the proudest fatally In the Old Do minion and have been forced to bow and scrape und endure your insults awl commands you bloody villain but now Tfff no prirt of a soldiers duty sir lorltU11i 1surprisingdeeply what was to be doiie In tills entirely unexpected crisis rCurse It all Ilawxlierst Ensign Bradley burst out pulling at the sleeve of his superior You go too fur man This Is unseemly i Hawxherst passed his humid across his brow and by an effort somewhat regained his self control Xathless tis In this paper writ that you are to go to England a prisoner on the Mary nose to await the liflig8 pleasure he added savagely His gracious majesty hath laid his sword upon iny shoulder I am a knight of his English court one who has served him well upon the seas His coffers Have I enriched bbut llet that pass I do not beIeve that Ilng Charles God bless him Stop The Mary Rose brings the news flint King Charles II Is dead arid th a retgus In his stead his gra ciqus iOollthigJnzntw oaestthe soul o the klugl cri- edMolUng biii1t from his head lIc Irr 11 gnJlnnt gentle ifIYou lJac1Ji Thutes In which to dlrclde sir n Hawxherst And then Then itrlug you forth the men of yowl will come In with Wt further 0 PgS9Eh BraUley Quite so SlrHenry answered the younger map And every avenue of escape Isj gtiarded Yield you sir Be Jle elsetC1J said tho A ota man reflectively Ten minutes Hum You may have answered the cap tain curtly If you choose to take so long And I warn you he added that youd best make use of that time to bid farewell to Lady Morgan or give other order for the charge otjrour af fairs for twill be a long time I take it b tore you are back here again tidy Morgan layflbad gentlemen In the room above At this young Bradley removed his hat an example which Hawxiierst fol J lowed a moment after They had ways felt sorry for the unfortunate wife of the buccaneer Jwait4ntinuedis not played out yet and perchance I shall have another opportunity to ar range them Meanwhile fetch glasses tCnrlb from yonder buffet He nodded toward a huge sideboard which stood against the wall lime diately in the rear of Ensign Bradley and at the same time shot a swift meaning glance atf the maroon whlci was not lost upon him as he moved rapidly and noiselessly In obedience II Gentlemen will you drink with me to our next merry meeting he con tinned turning to them Were honest soldiers honorable gentlemen and well drink with no murderer n6 traitor cried Hawx herst promptly So1 answered Morgan his eye sparkling with baleful light although lel remained otherwise entirely un moved And let me remind you continued the soldier that your time is pass ing Well keep fast the glasses Carib The gentlemen have no fancy for drinking I suppose sirs that I muat fain yield me but first let me look at your order ere I surrender myself peaceably to yout teald the deposed governor with surprising meekness Indeed sir UTIs my right Well perchance it may be There can be no harm in It I think Eh Bradley queried the captain catch ling for the rnfunpnf ills subalterns eye Then as the latter nodded his head ktlie former extended thE paper to Mor gan At that instant the old bucca neer shot one desperate glance at the maroon who stood back of the shoul Shall I Era 11 tier of the officer with the drawn sword and pistol As Hawxiierst ex tended UIQ paper Morgan with the qulckiiessof an albatross gragped his wrist with his llOft hand Jerked him violently forward and struck him a vicious blow on the temple with th heavy glass decanter which shivered in his hand Hawxiierst pitched down nt the governors feet covered with blood and runi So powerful had been Morgantf mow that the brains of the man hind almost been beaten out lie- Jity shuddering and quivering on the floor Quickly as Morgan struck however Carib had been quicker As the cfIthe pistol from the Junior soldiera hand mind before lie realized what had happenedl a cold muzzle was pressed against his forehead Drop that sword cried Morgan stantly and as weapon fell upon time floor he continued smiling That was well done Black Dog Quite old times ehr Shall I five asked Cartb curling his lips over his teeth In what passed with hinijfor a smile yetj nc gasped poor Braid lIcy I didnt want to conic I rcnion strated wUlltlm a moment since Fur Gods sake Silence sirrah And how much timeI have I nowJ wonder He look his watch as he asked the 1lhree minutes Three c1uesuonl you and instant death Bradley for should one of your then Center the room now you see what 0- nlIyou will be lying there with that nrI rion cried Morgan klcljiiig this pros trate body savagely with his Jeweled shoes IWhat do you want tine to do Gods sake be quick your excellency Time Is almost up X hear the men move You are afraid sir There still vaut two minutes Yes yes but ISo to the window yonder cried the old man contemptuously whatever he was he was not afraJd tand speak to them Do you Carib stand behind by the window well concealed If Jie hesitate If he falter kill 4ilm instant ly PIstol or knife Tine knifed ltr makes less noise cried the buccaneer chuckling wiUW nlIJ nl Ilhere coming theyre coining whispered Bradley gasping for breath 10 h sir 4We still have a minute answered Morgan coolly Now stop them ButhOi Tell them that you have captured nbc that my wife is lend that you and Lieutenant Hawxherst will spend time night here nut fetch me down to Tort Koyal in tlid mojulng that I have yielded myself a prisoner DId them stay where they are arid drink to your health in bottles of ruurwhleh shall bu sent out to them and then to go backto oerilOrAul1bleslr There waa sudden movement out side If they get In here added Morgan quickly you are a dead man Bradley with the negro clutching his arm ran 10 the window With the poilit of his own sword pressed the back of his neck he ngnhi8tI I message which Morgan had which was received by the little ron with shouts of approbation He turned from the window pale und trembling Moistening his lips he wblspcrttlII stopped them Just In time Well for yOu that you did said Morgan grimly Come hither Face that wall Now stand there Move hut a hairs breadth turn your hpad the thousandth part of a degree anfll run you through he added baring his 8wdrd Hum for the Inca wIthout mcIthe roQcq Morgan anuised himself by pricking rue unfortunate officer mto tine point of the weapon at the same time enforcing immobility and silence by the most ferocious threats of a speedy and cruel death The men out side drank noisily and presently de parted and the half breed came back Bind this fool Morgan commanded briefly Then bid the slaves keep close in their cabins on pain of my displeasurethey know what it is Than fetch the fastest horse in the stable to the front door Get my riding boots and cloak and before you geI hand me that lit e desk yonder quick about it tQo for time presses although I have more of it than these gentlemen would have allowed me As the maroon after carefully lash Ing the officer with a seamans expert ness rushed out to busy blmsjelf In carrying out these commands Morgan opened the desk which he had Ijanded to him and took from It several rou leaux of gold and a little bag fined with the rarest of precious 8tonTben he made a carcftil examlnationrfof the body oil the floor quite dead yet he murmured IIXot is noi use wasting shot or thrust upon hum he wont survive that blow As for you sir looking nt tin paralyzed ensign lying bound upon the floor you thought you could outwit the old buccaneer eh You shall see I dealt with men when you were a babe in arms and a babe In arms you are stilt JfHo ho He laughed long and loudly though there was Jielther mirth nor merrI- ment In blitsinister tones The blood of the poor listener froze In his veins at the squndof It The brief preparations which Mor gan had indicated as pecessary for the Journey were soon made He was zvnyspompthy obeyed by his own peo pie Time slaves fled his presence whet they couljl as If he hind been a pesti lence At a sign from his taciturn body servant at the open door4hat the horse was ready he arose to his feet Shall I kill this one now asked tire maroon Morgan looked at the young man re flectively The tongue of the ensign dave to tlie roof of his mouth the sweat stood out on his foreheadJie could not utter a word from fright He was bound and trussed so tightly that he could not make a move either His eyes however spoke volume- sWellsald Sir Heiir deliberately It would be a pity to kill hlmJep- auscdInl1hurry he added Dead men tell no talesh Ehfweil we cOn take care of that Just lay him near his friend lock tin doors when I am gone utah set the place on fire Tlie people arenU out of the house See they remain away Twill make a hot glorious blaze You know the landing opposite Port Roy al The half breed noddexl Meet me there as quick as you can Lose no time Aye nyC sah answered the Carib And Lady Morgan sah Let her burn with Ihe other two She is so saintly she may likcrthe fire r Not quite dead yetI for I nuf afraid there 4iH be Jl iteI where sli Tias pone Goodhy IUlnj11tefray count uponilet us sayhalt an hour Im generous you see Morgans way Tin a pity youHarryjj live to take my message to Lorcl Hngford Tine next time he semis army One for let him send men not fools rindtowarils Yon villain You cursed rilimlcr lastIand may It be In a cooler place than you will be In half an hour CHAPTER II LOSE under the towering walls Spanlsh fort now 1QlIIluntoll of a century by the English flag Ills if seeking protection from Its roufa Ing battlements with their tiers of old fashioned guns stood tIne Blue Anchor resortiorhail nude Port Royal the base of their operations In many a desperate sea venture In piracy In tine two decades that had Just passed But times had changed even If won had not changed Inthem 1VThe buccaneer had been burnished from the Caribbean whereupon with ta circumspect prudence he had ex tenths liB operations Into the south seas where he was farther from clvlll zatioii consequently JINJlr t9 get at arid naUirally more dijllctjlt to Wntrt7 Since tine mick of Panama twentyfive years ago his fortunes haul been rapid ly declining One of the prlnciml agents In promoting his downfall lint been tile most famous rover of them After robbing his companions of most oft their legitimate proportion of tInt spoils of Panama fcir Henry hud bought his knightliood at the mantis of the vernal Charles untying for It In treasure Into the origin of which with his usual careless InvjUcIanctl his easy going majesty had not Inquired any too carefully And the oliK lrute h1J settled down If not to live cleanly at least to keep within till strict letter ot the law There was thereafter nothing hcnbliornvl eq thoroughly its luicca liuering and time buccaneer ostensibly that Is Like many a reforuie rake this gen tip chlki of devil when the opportu nity came to him with position of vice governor endeavored tpshow the sincerity of hh reformation by Iris zealous persecution He hanged without mercy such of his old companion In crime as fell Into his clutchcr They had already vowed Vengeance upon him those sometime brethren of tine coast for his betrayal of their conu donee at Paflanm They had further resented his honor of knighthood his cloak ot respectability his assumption of gentility and now tbahe hahgcl and punished right and left without mercy their anger and animosity were raised to time point of fury end many of them swore deeply wiih bitter oatlu that If they ever caught him demise loss they would make him pay dearly in torture and torment for these ous offenses He knew theni TrlIenough to realize their feelings 1opportnulj a I in sirs cflienizy zsen R j bodygood bad and Indifferenton the island hated him Wit he had not been assassinated long Since was a mystery But he was a dangerous roan to attack Absolutely fearless prompt decisive resourceful and vlth the pow ers and privileges of the i ffice he held besides he had so far escaped all the dangers and difficulties jof hits situation Charles had constantly befriend ed him and had refused tjo give ear el ther to the reiterated pleas of the Is landers for his removal 6r to the em phatic representations of the Spanish court whldh in bitter recollection of what hehad done and no more cruel or more successful plrite had ever swept the Caribbean antii ravaged the Spanish main were persistently urged Itnpon his notice But with the acces sion of James the situation was Imme lately altered The ness monarch had at once acceded to the demand of the Spanish ambassador presented anew at this opportune time ana a new gay ernor of Jauiqtca was dispatched over the sea With orders to prresf Morgan and send hun to Englanjl Hawxherst who In common with all the officers of the Insular army hated the bloodstained villain whom fortune had Lorilltthe order with what success we have seen The news of the llong wished for downfall of the tyrant had been spread abroad arid formed th4 one topic of conversation in Port Royal and the vi cinity that day Now the work of the daywas over and as isual the Blue Auchortavqrii was crowded with men from the frigate arid othpr shipping In the harbor mingling with others from the purlieus of the town Funles of rum and spirits pervaded the tobacco smoked barroom which served as the main parlor of the lInn it was yet early In the evening but the crowd Inflamed with liquor was already in uproarious mood Ove Jn a corner a youiig Englishman wis singing In a rich deep voice a new song by a fa thorns poet of London town Let Us sins and be ranry dance joke and rejoice With claret and sherry theorbo aridv voice J The changeable world to our Joy Is un jAllj In Then down with your dust In frolics dispose your pounds shillings and pence For We shall be nothing a hundred years hence Well sport und be free with Frank Bet bnnd Dolly Have J b steersnrid oyst rs to cure melan choly Fish dinnersaviIl make a man spring like- a flea Dame Venus loves ady Was torn of the sea Withtierand with Bacchus well tickle the sehEC For we shall be past a hundred years hence It was a popular song evidently for Jhe whole assembly jjoined In the cooI rus Iii frolics dispose your pounds shillings andpence for wo shall be nothing a hundred years henceIThey roared It out in the deep bass voices of the sea ma king the time byt haminerlug In unisoii upon the oaken tpbles jvlth tinkle peW er mugs and flag oils Time sentiment eemed to suit the company If the zest with which they suing be any criterion Care was taken to Insure a sufficient pause too after the chorus between each of the two verses to permit the drInkingafter all the essential part of the evenings willioutThere was one man h6wever from the post of honor Vhich he occupied at the head of the table e111nttyheld in high consideration among the 1m bltue of the Inn wino did not Jolirju tine singing lIe w1 a little man who made up for his shortness of staTure Iepgtbltjthe assault on the fort at Chagres jotn Indian arrow had pierced his eye that eventful day Men told how had gone to the surgeon requesting him to pull It out and when the young doctor who had been but a short time with the buccaneers shrank from Jerk Jug the barb out In view of the awful pain which would attend his Action and hesitated reluctant the wounded man hind deliberately torn out the arlAt the Blue Anchor tavern row and with oaths and curses for time others cowanjtoe lard bound up tile wound himself with strips torn from ills shirt and resumed the tight Ing His courage there Cud before arid after although h6 was an illiterate person and could neither read nOr write had caused jilni to be appointed boatswain of the ship that hnd car ned Morgans fling and he had followed his leader for many years with a blind devotion that risked all and stuck at nothing to be of service to him Ifcjiad been inanj years since Master Benjamin Ilornlgold coming down from bleak New England because he found his natural jbent of mind out ot harmony with tthe habits null customs of his Puritan ancestors had drifted Into buccaneering Under the flag of his chief Ho way nnold man now but those who felt the force of his mighty arias wiire convinced that age had not withered him to any appreciable de gree Aside from Sfo gan Ilornlgold had loved but one hlunian creature his younger brother man of somewhat different cstamp wliol hnd hell grad uated from Harvard colldge hint Im polled by sonic wild strain In his blood and by the exainple of his brother liJtfl Jolnctl thebjiicnnfers There were JUIJI inpn of gentle blood who were well acquainted with the po lite learning 4f tthe day among these sea rover from time to thneaml It Is related that on II at same Panninn ex crsIon vhon fronithe silent ueak ta Disease takes no summer IIfneed flesh and strength u4 Scotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send fdr free Maple SCOTT ft HOWNE qhemb 499415 Pearl Sireeli New York joand j all dnjfjUu f wF I Opportunities in California I J JI iI iThe L rupOur I j Bi ii3i JI 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free on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled WS HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent Broadway I NEW YORK CITY or Ff A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO t1meBlterterlngj expanse of the south seas with whltejPanama Iri its green trees before them the old erj of the famous Ten Thousand t4Thalatta Thajatta The sea JThe Jea hind burst from many lips All hit Jeanli 1 and refinement of manner had not prevented young Eben ezcr tlornlgold from being as bad at- miearttts hIS brother which Is saying a great deal find because bewl younger more reckless less prudent than be 6f riper years ho had incau tlously put himself in the powet of Morgan and had been hange with stnndlnguPljonand Roaring around the toot of the gibbet with a grief and rage in his heart at his Impotency presently found himself hating his old captain with 1flotIjlssl l proportioned to lila dove tiers IiTthe past tOn he laid appealed for incicy persqnally to Morgan by tine memory ot his former services arid had been sternly repulsed oaud coldly dismissed with warning that he should look to his own future conduct lest following Ju the course of hi brother he sjiould find himself with lmisnockjmr tine n003C Morgan colossall in his conceit and careless In his courage bought riot to inquire or If he gave the subject auj consideration tit all dismissed it from his mind as of little niotuent as to what waV tue suusequent state of Homlgolds feelings ILornlgold could hIve Kilwl Morgan on numberless oc casions but a consuming desire for a more adequate revenge than mere death had token hold of him and he deferred action until he could contrive sonic means by which to strife him in a way that he conceived would glut his obsession of Inexpiable hatred Ilornlgold had reformed outwardly that Isandwus now engaged In the useful and Innocent business of jftlot Ing ships Into the harbofolso5 steering their crews after the anchors were down Into tine Blue Anchor tavern In which place his voice and will were supreme He bad heard for tttCat Hngford had uiqitc no secret of hIsI orders that his old master was to be arrested and sent back to England The news which would have brought Joy to a lesser vlllan In that it meant punishment filled him with dismay for such was tine peculiarity of his hatred that he wan U the punishment Master Benjamin Homigold to come directly froii him through his ageuiyi that Is He desiredlt to jbe of suoh character that it should be neither spedyInor easy and he lusted most of iill thit Morgan shbuldikuOw in his last hours which Iloruigold prayed Sat n tthight be llong onestoI whom he w4s indebted for it all Arid strange as it may seem there was still a certain loyalty of a distort ed perverted kind in the mans breast No matter whet Morganhad done no one else should punish him but hlniself He would eveuhave fought for his sometime chief were it necessary against the king or his aw if need bqlHe was therefore very much disturbed over what he heard Had it been pOSe sible he would have warned Morgan Immediately tls purposed arresttbut lie had bccu detained on the frig ate by necessary duties from which he could find no means of escape untilftoo late He had hpwcver a hight sense of Sir Henrys courage mind t dress lIe hoped dud believed that ho wpuld not be fakeu by such men as Hawxherst auu Bradley but If he were iloniigolu made up his mind u rescue blni oIherehibbeanr mnsOodedintenIorm time buccftxe rt Dr9 rlbfd pwi o 1 Jti J I1e PI t i J1I lame f j 1 t p Stieet address i t 2fcF r TT I k 0 City fI j f5tY If1Jt Probable destination CALIFORSIA F I Ib5 t Clllbbillg Liitfor1905 tWe o fer below an attractive clnbbjnjrjMit wTfaicii Jrtcji nearly all the city papers and leaaing mifgtiiiHitv Altiifeir ci subscribers and all who pay tip ajbd reiw willLbt glffithNRti DEADER andany of the 1a ers below forone year 3 j Louisville Post daily I vJ3S0v Courier Journal Times daily u ji5ffj dau1 i Lcuisillefloratd Y r rr Cour er JournalJi v 4 1itlnuv LpuisvilleHerald weekly25r 0u j tHomeandFdrmj Farmers Home Journki1 if11kil oJ Cincinnati Commercial Tribnae l4O-g I is Cincinnati Enquirer f t lO5u Country Gentleman T s ji 211i Bree ers Gazett3UJ 2 OL Interstate Poultymahii3OOhio Farmer 1 1 iiO t trIndependentr13Ot Cbe Common ri1oO4 riSt La IS Gl 0 r r I fit St Nicholas J1 3O j The Delineator t 1t1 alf Vomausc Home Companion Li 60 4JIirperj HarpersMagazineHarpers 0 a f Harpers Bazar VI i55 ArnericanAgriculturist 5 t Special rates given QI mady oth rp101bliCtjQi J f utkne aboy ewlhich will be made known on app1ctiotof r f IEt L DAVISON t Jr It f Pub NEwsLiiiEK Spring fcIKy f DttMOFFETFS rurrTwl7r Bowd trooUa o JCMMrtn of II3LtiiJIL IJtny AM AHiOljcstkm ual tha C1id sd MAKES TEETUNG POWDE TxtTH4 41 Cuts My 25c itirifjWs tr kail 25c ti CJ MOfffiTi LPL Mfefftcr HemftMt n h Mr btaav ttw hsIth H IN ymur child as tftowNMfe Awfcv d by gMt9mTffTHIHJL Is 9lly xt ad tmfckly comntr ct i 99H1 + th9 JTcfs ftk 9tmm r tt+ tttfi pi f ten iiva trOin tlmt t tinic unit yinu iBja a small way on their ovvn acctfunt just enough to ke np their hands iutlft the worst came Horutgold who SitiJi his little phiuacf hand kept iu touch e lssemtth9111 IsI power and in liipjr possession coild be disposed of ut their leisure lind pleasure All these timings had busied the man durlnr the evening and he satt event now id the midst of time jrevejiy about him plfanged In profouiidthoublit Uuobservcjd himself he hind taken ne couiit of e ery mail vlio was p escnt He knew all tine Jiaultqcs of the Port antI enjoyed a wide acqualutapc among time seamen whose vessels ftc queu ted time harbor He decided tImbre were then In that roam perhaps twcjity men upon vioni ho cauld dependtiijop or hmMl1icemeit being offered fo niuost any sort ofpcrvlce Among these svure live or six superior spirits whom lie knew 1o be tried arid true There was young Teadi the singer of time eVenjug a drunken dissolute vagabond who had been discharged from lifts last shlp for Insubordliatlon and a quarrelsome jnt tack upon one ot his officers ran wlllHi ie had narrowly escaped hanging as f mutineer Time man was as bold ajs aI4pA7 though he could be trusts inrcfc too was flock Brazlllauo a Per ugimese half breed and hobnbbUliig with him Was Rav ueait de Iussaiila renchnmmui prime seamen ansi ibId ellows both Farther down the titble the lingo Duttlunan Yelsera was nod dlng stupidly ovprhMicutV Jlicse TtitMt and afgw others itfcr veterans like HornTgold hImself They were beat gf the lot but for lost part the assemblage wMs mad m f the sweepings of the town mtfuirlJi nd willingness to do aujthlujfi ub ratter nefarious It tnljbt bv their nly tletezet Inelag igcjc of inn Wirii a fierce gleumsciib f coteWtt yt these were they with lrt must work In case ef es11y 170 chcT1vEal 1 The odhfldawl of mY rk il iafJBIJS ter tlioujh b KCCI uijririiiefciOoietbff 1RPaihis J fleinl as hitMbb JSU5 Of all Iris raBsical coimternpori5anMi partk ularly o MeyArbwsr Ii IWfc heard Tie Huguenots1 amid op JtottMing i tIme pcrforraiuicc ftm fr biphtc ilic ed fee nnaOup fcSr aitod ttkat Mey crUer had exerted Wwi jwd deter mined to wrttq ms JrtJrttlig Hred ua tit 1S68 bvi jprc4tK d vxtfmgtdr lyric state ills Ifc Wytfrp J fs of re tlreiaent sere spent lit tfct jaMipres of a ioiwptuary e wag Mtiirt fond of good eatiNg aid dz4kI and as semblwl aWifcto the fnwt aiitl gayest wcky eoii jrtM 10 hl howse 4 Ms A straige cnm4es Ia Mu rved Roeiwsaaia which ne roiigty of RoWmsoa CrHo W jt arnsaut- 1I diplearti4 r bsr neater the offcdcf takes IMC bss ta M hanen and places ifesn be1rs the bedroom door et MH maer It is 9 lifta of great I iISI aad the boots r either kiCked away asa jmfmaiOU that the faultwlN I be hr veu or else theervaat toMis heW iris feet wMdr jfcv 40 for glyen Irtdettk- nrnest WrkerWtfat a well bared ltti t bojr be Iff Tb BurRfcu a WifA d be odl e by it uatumU His poor father never failedl to a UfltOe niMlfleed ow ii ood betnalorPuek pr iiv DRJMJ BURTON r RRtlDCNT EKTIT TEETH EXTRACTED I 2C i i H VITHOUT PAIN cii Itala r ovc43Ieck1lap BpGF1LD KY tjJill Dental Work Strictly Vv Firitclasi f5 bR dH LAMPTON- v J TiT V OFFICE l 2 lHOferiHouse jfi ivM FJ GRIGiSBYfoJ i ATTORNEY AT LAW o eover Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY s JVB RoBARDS M W FYATT RtBAROS HYATT i PhsicitK and surgeons tr 1f li Office next to Ulerks Office JAMES GRAVES rTv P1UCTI- CAIKltatclimlr and Jeweler t jCarries a line of Watches Clocks itnd Jewelry Repairing a Spe Hcialfyi IocmtCd on Main Street V opposite Presbyterian church r Springfield Ky DR M TRUSTY PRACTICAL j DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber Iiis BentaJ worktitraasonable prices All work guaranteed SPEINGFJELD KY i r JOHN Y MAYS i fUMERAl DIllCTR 4ANDTCENSED EMBALMER I TELEPHONE DAY 195NIGHT 74 tt SPRINGFIELD KY i Railroad Schedule i Foflowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown- 4arid Springfield branch railroad b jj0 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 1A B02pra4 Bardstown 5o2pm warriveS at Springbeld 645 pm c IJTo 42 Leaves1 Springfield at 30 am Bar stown 617 am f Hards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 a IIi Bardstowo anction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m i arrives at Springfield 1240 prn TNo44Leave Springfield a l20 pm Bad townt 230 pm pardstown Jfunotion 435 pm t arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeavs Springfield at 715 amt Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 815 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91j Sundays onlyLeaves Loaisville at 6 pm Bardstown L Junction 650 pmJ Bard5 town 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm JAMESA COX 1 Agent for lEXIKGTUHHAVEH lAAONDRYH Ips Basket leaves Monday night returns Friday night t Pirstclassi work guaranteed Abo aent for Louisville Pest 1 fr fem fir Sale Farm containing 75 acres loca cj tied near Booker station about 8 miles from Springfield for sale lHns house and is well fenced i andwell watered Contains good F tobacco land Can be bought for1OOO if takeaaf once For further particulars irjquire of E Li Davis m Jr at NEWSLBA YDER office il i Notice Having golB nvy saloon busi MOV L Gambron I desire c all persons knowing themselves r ZxfoabteA to matto please call and f r tle iiftlmust get all old bus iJ iil8r9losed up as soon as possi 1fri Thanking my customers j iir their patronage I am BespectfullrIfcl 1 ll tgf IrI r F L SHWha2Wra WHi2K HfiilLocal Happenings of iJi I AllAI QUt Yourself Friends r1 and Acquaintances 1JrUSC WW Fruit jars tops and gums at Hagan Bros x Beautif u tline ofIce tea glasses at HaanJrps t tI Have your bicycle fixed at Taylors shop f All kind stone jars at Camp bells fruit jars also A new lot buggy whips jut come inatCampbe1PsI Real bargains irlrfgQld deep rated dishes Hagan Bros Telephone your orders for meats to Carpenter the butcher Try a can of our Special Blend for ice tea Hagan Bros Si1k Ribbon sorghum will make you smile For sale by Hagan BrosI t Examination of teachers foil the county is being conducted this week4 pont fail to see the Japanese beauties on the Waters lawn Friday vening J Bring me your spring chick ens Will pay you cash Best price JASHADER WANPEDWe will pay five cents a piece for copies of the NEWSLEADER of the date of July 6th if brought to this office Chairs rebottomed at Geo B Taylors New bottoms i rnished in pane lea het perfoited Qr hickory split at from 25 jrents to 75 cents each The protracted meeting which was announced to bpgin tat the Baptist church Aug 7th has been postponed on account of the death of the pastors mother Dont fail to read theppening chapters ofournew serial story in this issue Sir Henry Morgan Buccaneer is a story Of thrilling interest from start to finish ThelYoung Ladies Missionary Societyi of the Presbyterian church will give a Japanese Tea on Friday evening the 21 at the home of W A Caters Everybody invited A game of ball will be played at the High School Park on Friday evening the 21 Bards town vs Springfield A strong line up will be presented on both side and a good game may be expected Since the item on the first page concerning the poisoning of the twohorses and one mule on Mr Bam Derringers place was printed another mule has died from th amecause making the fourth victim of the accident Dr J B RoBards has sold his residence property on Walnut street to Dr J H Hopper of Mackville Dr Hopper will move to Springfield to practice hs profession Dr RoBards will continue asa citizen of Springfield RevJC Hoskinson requests us to announce that he will fill his appointments at pleasant Run and Texas next Sunday afternoon and evening He was unable to meet his appointments on the fourth Sunday in June because of sickness in his family LOTBetwee11rJF Greg orys and Litsey a pocket boo containing a small sum of money a gold ring and some valuable papers Finder may keep jLhe money if they will return the other valuables MARY E NOE Mrs RO Hag n ieiMonday suddenly ather home airtield Ky in the 70th year of her age She was the mother of Mrs S E McGill a sister nt Mrs C B Cain land an aunt of Mesdames John C Shader and Tjibmas Conway of this place The funeral took place at Fairfield on Tuesday Miss Susie Watkins and Mr John Dprsey will be married in Louisville on next Tuesday The bride tobe has been in the em play of the wait Hotel for sometime while Mr Dorsey is a Springfield boy who lifts been with the Louisville Street Rail way for several months They will reside in Louisville Prospects are encouraging for the best fair in years for Spring field this year The fair begins TOPICS 1 i I rIAugust 23 and continues fo days and the premium list is made especially attractive this year Ladies admitted free the first day and school children the second day A merrygoround for the benefit of the childrenJ will be in operation every day rA special from Lebanon says Postoffice Inspector C B Spear of Lexington brought before Commissioner Boldrick at this place a young j man named Luther Eaton charged with robbing the mails at Campbells ville where he was a clerk in the postoffice Stealing had been going on in this office for sometime and it created a sensation when the young man was arresr ted he being a nephew of the postmaster He was held to the United States Court under a bond of 500 which he gave Death of Miss Hendren Miss Bettie Hendren daughter 6f Mr J A Hendren and a highly respected lady of the communitydied itt the home of her brother S C Hendren at this place on last Sunday night The deceased had been inde1i cate health for a long time and had been confined to herbed for twelve weeks previous to her death Miss Hendren was about 50 years of age and was born and reared in this county She was of a modest and retiring dis position but those who knew her loved tier for her many admira ble traits of character She was a devoted Christian having been a member of the Baptist church since childhood and was kind and charitable to all The funeral took place on Tuesday morning from the Baptist church Rev W H Bren gle of Elizabethtown who as the young pastor of Mt Freedom church this county years ago received into his church Miss Hendren there a young girl R vQ3rengle is a brother of Mrs S C Hendren of this placeJ Be Ball By far the most exciting game of base bill played here this season was that pulled off at the Graded School parkon lasti Tuesday afternoon between the Springfields and a team from Louisville known as the Louis yule Coal Dealers but evidently made dp of a picked nine from several of the clubs of the Lou isville city league It took thir teen innings to decide the argument and the result was Spring field 6 Louisville The visitors were the first to score making tviO runs in the early part of the ganle The game stood two to nothing in favor bf Louisville for several innings or until the eighth when the home team succeeded inty ing the score Neitheiside was able to make another tally until the eleventh inning was played when Louisville brought in another run in their half of the inning only to have the score tied aginwhen the Springfields came to batin their half The game stood 5 to 5 until the llast half of the thirteenth inning when the Springfields landed on the opposing pitcher and scored the winning run The game was full of g od plays and the pitching on both sides was good The Lour viU s put in a little red headed southpaw twirler for Cnindi innings of the game and the hmel oys could do very Ji tie with his de livery He was releiyed after the ninth youngtvirlerclass ball Cblyinl for the home team pitched a strong gamp all the way through and received very good support in the field A large crowd attended the game and the excitement raw high JlDEaqaUNAL Mr T D Wells has returned from Bloomfield Arch Hays of Louisville iis visiting relatives here Mrs W C McChord was at Tatham last week H B Stiles was in Louisville Monday on businesst JMrs Leo Haydon an4baby at Tatham Springs jEupheraia Wells is visit lare friends at Bloomfield Howard M Moss has re from Richmond Va Miss Mary Dqhoney wis over from Lebanon Tuesday Dr EL C McChrd of Leba nqn was in town Monday Will McChord of Tennessee is home for a visit this week Ira Holtzclaw is attending the fair at Crab Orchard this week Miss Susie Pennof Louisville is the guest of MissMiry Jones Miss Louise McElroy of Leba non is visiting Mrs Malissa Green Mrs LT Brown was in Tay lorsville the latter part of last week J Mrs T D Wells and children are vsiUngh r parents at Tay jlorsyille A large delegation of Masons attended ledge here Tuesday nijjhtMr Marshal Duncan has re turned from the University of Virginia f Miss Maggie Belwood of Shel by county is visiting Miss May J Waters Mrs C A Kenny and son of Nieholasville are guests of Mrs ML Searcy Mr Fred Manget of Loujsville visited friends here the first of the week Miss Anme Sharp of Bards town visited MrsC C Mc Chord Saturday Misses Madie and Nettie An drews of Maud were intown the first of the week Mis Grace Gruber of Shelby ville is visiting Miss Mattie Lee Van Natta I Mrs Gore of Hod gen ville i a guest at the home of her son Mr JR Gorej Mrs Alice Funk of Louisville is here for a months Visit to friends aud relatives Mrs Ben To Head of Madison Ind bas been the guest of Miss Annie McChord this week Mrs H D Rodman is visiting her sister Mrs I H Thurman and other relatives here Misses Nellie Noe and Mary Coinstock are visitingMrs Alice Wayne at Utica Ind Mrs VH Sweeney of Leb anon is visiting friends in town and at Pleasant Grove this week Mrs Lois Reidel of Taylors ville is visiting ber parents Mr R C Boblitt and wife this week Mr Charles H Mcln jre and family have returned from a lengthy visit to relatives at Vine Grove Miss Nellie Reed of Pleasant Grove Has been the guest of Mrs Margaret Peters and dauOhtrJ Mrs Maggie Whitrnore and Miss Margaret Whitmore of Nashville are visiting Mrs J F Pettus Miss Sallie Adorns after a pleasant visit to Mrs IF Pettus has returned to her home at Lancaster Dr W W Ray formerly of this place but later ot Hopkins ville has moved with his family to Lebanon to live IIP4RSI j Brand QBEEN the 99- cc ItI kind thai Kills at I 4 Hi iHAYDONSUBUH STOBE flfl- I s t I I IWe Solicit fp RDIsolicit a continuationof the public patronage tItRED C OSS DRUG STORE 1 Prescription Work 1 + is our Specially i Mr Howard Funk of Louis vifle returned home Sunday af ter a weeks visit to friends ami relatives Mrs Kenney Anderson has re turnedto herhome in Lexingto after a two weelts visit to Mm Mary Thompson Misses Lizzie Waters and Mary ca1btooket Fort Scott Kansas is visitingi her mother Mrs Mollie Maye and othec relatives at this placi Mrs J R Mahon and her gusts Misses PC well and Boi hon of Houstojiville visited thje family of Mr E S Mayes SrL Monday Mrs James Phillips and nie e Miss Julia Hundley of Lebanon visited Mrs J B RoBards ar d Mrs A R Shultz Tuesday aid Wednesday Miss Katherine Spaldjng and Miss Brown of Lebanon were oTer from Lebanon luesduy evening and took supper atthje horn Of Mr J W Hagan Misses Lucile and Carrie Bell of Simpsonville were visiting in town Tuesday Miss Lucile has just returned frbm Cincinnati FeinMr S R Gray and wife ajre entertaining a home party con posed of their uajighters and son Mesdames Etta CMsell of Harriman Tennj ICatharjne Bolts of Owenton Florence Vaught of iVersailles and Rv William Mitchell and children Of 0weriton f jDonaldjjI and Mrs Theo Campbell is quite sicki with typhoid fever Dr J 4utMrsThompson is about the same ismuchJLmproved i some better for Sale My residence property lon Dayison avenue consisting ojf a qonIlots For prices and ierms apply to F Kt HODAP farm For Sale myIIl burgandtaltons hQuselandgood Contains some fine tobacco land For further particulars address MRS M A HENNESSV 13F D No1 Springfield Kj To Mammoth Cave 725 is the lowest rnte uyer made to Mammoth Cave rom this section This pays thejrail t9ptotheendl boat ride and corcert on Echo riyer See your ticket ageriat any station on the Bardstown branch and engage seats theinj special coach for July BidS Wanje L Sealed bids will be received at the ojEceof County Judge LJtsey between this date and Jujy 21 for qUarying the stone and building the abutment for Sales B4ecbForthe undersigned T SCOTT MAYES Ws Y GOODLET TORN O POLIN Committee Kyrpfui4ebIood tOf J LETTER LIST Remaiuirig unclaimed in the Springfield postofflce for weEk ending July 19 1905 I Miss Sopha Brown Miss Ellen Burke Miss Merdia Coffer Carl H Dessaner Mrs Susie Follips B A Lemnlon Mrs J M McDowell I H Thomas Personscainng ror tnese letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M for Ten Days Only Those who have and have not used Parker Chemicall Soaps can have the chance to get it atthe same price 35c for ten days only Leave order at T IRVINE MCELROYS Taken Up Oil my plac6 twomles from M ackville a sow Owner can havej same by proving property and paying for this advertise ment and for the keep of the hog R P HENDREN Forcing Spldera to Splay Certain green ants in Queensland vblch also make tlielr nests of leaves and flowers spun together are said to keep spiders to spin foe them Whether these latterllo It spontaneously or require to be held as tbe llarvae of the other species does not seem ta havei been determhied xlu the1 devices of these ants there Is surely one at na tures blntsto human Inventors Since the nays of the spider artist In the University of Lngado spider silk has been a dream The dlulculty of Its re aHzatlou has been chiefly the pagan clous nature of the spider tblcb pre ButIdescribed a8a sort of frame contain lug twentyfour miniature guillotines the blunt knives of which descend on the waists of the spiders and hold them fast A number of the threads are secured together on a hook and slowly drawn out London Gtabe i Demand oa ft FoMoflce The poatofflce at Chester Ca is ore garded by some people as an accom modation bureau One man last week ask d for a letter carriers pouch say lag he wanted it for a game bag while another could not comprehend why he should be refused the use of the night collectbrs horse and wagon A day or two ago Postmaster John A Wallace was called from his private office Into the corridor of the building and was confronted by a strange woman who asked for the loan of cents But why do you come to me for such a fa vor asked the surprised official Why dont you see some of your friends You are an entire stranger to meThat fnay be replied the caller with rare naivete but t came to see you because Im a regular cui tomcr of this office ThIs was too much fbrtbe postmaster who reached Into his pocket for the half dollar Philadelphia Record Unloading coal carI Clerclaad The gondolas are brought direct to tho coal dock and are then hoisted ton great height trucks apd all the gtant crane first lifting the heavy car to the proper position and then quickly tarn lag It over as a mother turns over her small boy for a spanking The coal la Instantly dropped into the hold of the waiting vessel the car returned to the rails and sent to the ore dock to Oiled with Lake Superior Iron These unloaders under ordinary con ditions can unload 600 cars of coal every day The No machine handled the biggest tonnage of coal of any machine on the great lakes during the season of 1003 The coal was trans ferred nt an average cost ot4 cellts n ton including the cost of mainte nance and depreciation of the plant Erie Railroad Employees Magazine RaggiNg la the llrltlaa Arm A recent case of ragging on board the British cruiser Kent has been promptly followed by the suptrsesslou of Captain Douglas A Gtfmble her commaudcr who has been compulso rlly retired on halt pay for allowing such an occurrence on his ship and by the punishment of others concerned In tjie afffljrt The ragging occurred in the gui room where the iuldshlp iricn attempted to strip and flog ail popular comrade The latter drew n revolver and shot one of mjj midshipmen In the moutb The miralty announces that It Ii d to put dow ragging i Shattered Ideal Paw what does Jt mean where It here that the girls Ideal was sttait ItcrCt11Ii IIWhr It menus she found tfcat like could marry a wealthier jaaaSDetroIt Tribune 0 rTr17 Ti ri O MfJi 444 44+ I IIGGII6SBT l j4 the Opticim BMdfl town will 1 ttHIfield j Saturday AJ2th 1 test the Eyesfit and adjust Glasse Danierous tJ 4 t1 it is to wear Glasses that dpes not you Eyes Why not have them fitted by one who has made a spcial study of tGLASS PITTING j tWI 0 Grigsby the Optician has gvaduad from two i i Pptical Colleges one of the largest iin theorld the ort hern College of Chicagdt IIIrBe uses n 4C 6J guess work All glasses are guarante to give satisfac tion Remember the tXJrtW GRIGSBY OpticIan f m OOQ o OOQOO QGoOc O6 CLEARANCE SALEJ i l I Now going on at th BIG STOBfe Q in ecDepartment Q Sweeping Reductions We eXWct IQ InVOJCl 2 August Jst and from no rf until hat datelwe willj reduce enormous stock by SLAS INGPRCE you haWanyJbing at to ouy in line you will well tti r Jattend this sate cQ t ISpecial Bargains in CloJWng We cannott name prices on minv itejhs lierebut it wIll give u i pleasure to sho v ecu and quote you the lowest price you have 1caid in long time if you will dous the J favor to store v f j B Calicoes 4c 9 Jj caper CaFcoes 3c 9 Hoosier Gotten Cc 9 Table Oil Cloth 15c 8 India Linens 15c gdejJ IQc Torchotf Laces 10 grade 5c I t be im of Spring 1 at Walton Hotel to l fit Y Illinois C our If all otr do f i our ist We have selected borne men s ard young nlena yuits fropi the 15 12 and10 gradesjand reduced the prices to 111S9 arid 7i50 These are c J desirable stylesI arid extra cQ bargains jiT Q t a 6 25 percent Discount on Odd Pants 2 All New Goods if 1 8 i 8 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 64711 GLYCERINE SOAP 15c C keic 0 ROBERTSON BROSS oooooooo6 O oc iiji ijij QiywViII Ii Iili jiw ItJii 3 r Ii I SUMMER COMFORT f 1 + U1 v t f 3 Can be found jn our Summer tr jSuits strong and light i con 1= l structiont good to Took at cool to f 0 wear hade for hot weather Corn 4 i3 fort = Jtia SHOES =a r 1 k 1- ei3 We haveafull i Oxlordi i ttother light weight Shoes both for ladies s dmid t Latest in style and lowest in prioeJ foFl t = i r fI HJ1rEN r Sjj H aso cents up Made for comfort and for wear fJa 1l iiiirundY Cfaybrooke Mdntire i c t 9THEDOUBLE STORD If MI t Wft SMBSS JBSMIj ft HE 27Z1Ei J1I I Stvfd a I a I I JI r F i OJ Pr J l 0 a E s rt j Waist yi ultldieor rIckblk Use the IOus lltillttititiu4 I TCOXO tPlNQF1ELDXY fro I iyer Pills besr- dbitlM c i If BUCkINGHAMS DYE f VJhOf DAMES AND DAUGHTERS 6ii f1De iridow of Colonel Samuel Colt f JlllTltltK 9t the revolver which bears I i i WI JMsaet tt about to put up In Hart feed a monument to hettlate hasband I I l ls Portia M Washington daugh I tit of Booker T Washington was one 1ir i el tee tweatyQve young women who were graduated recentb groin Brad fwrd tcadeiayji Haverhlll Mass KIM QordonCummlogs of the old t iJteotck fauiiiy of 45ordonCummlng3 has eXplored over islands of the I PIlcesbtfi FQvutbern Pcthftndfls thefetEu y The ever youthful Sarah B riiliardt 1asane hobby it Is pottery and 7 pie describes her handiwork from the fashioning of the clay to the firing iu tlae oven with the eijithiJsiastlc delight f a girl Miss Elizabeth K Brown eldest j daughter orthe late David Wolfe f1Irown who for many years was chief official reporter of the house of rcpre entatlv s has gope Into the mining business in Colorado i i- tt 4 Probably thVbusiest woman In Scot i 3nd Is Miss Taterson the only woman i j factoryinspectorJn that country She ii Superv4ses all factorIes In Scotland t where wonirar are eniployed and In or Mcler to do this she travels 13000 mile i year 1 Miss Alice Roosevqlt has of late taik sniarwayfSlug very little for dress but she has learned the necessity no doubt of n smart appearance and now wears Charming gowns and hats and blouses Mrs Eleanor Hamilton Keenon born ff on Feb 14 1832 Inls lnlmtoe not 3 vonly the first white Jchild born IIn Chl 4kcago but also the pldcst living pioneer The first claim Ijad ben accepted as a 4 iact by the Chicago jEustorical society while the second Remains open to dis pute ttICHURCH AND CLERGiY j I r The Rev Cortland Meyers of Brook Vlyn has pYactically broken up policy playing in that city r The Sabbath school children of Phil adelphia propose to raise 15000 to help forward Christian work among the =ItaHans pf that city theIYork a lecturn Bible with the mar guial readings adopted by the general cconvention Ben Father Joseph Casey the young est chaplain Illtbc army Is only twentysix years old but has traveled r extensively having lslted all the lead- lng shrines of Europe Rev Dr J Addison Henry pastor 1a s0f the Prlpoetou Presbyterian church In Philadelphia hag5 been connected f1sIth that cjarge for fortyfive years hJ He Is nearly seventy years old but Is Jasplendld health 1 THE WRITERS i itr SMiss Marie Corelli has added to dj harms of StratfordonAvon by Im 1 porting a gondola made especially for y her In Venice I Rider Haggard Is his own head gar dener ned has hree acres of garden under cultivation His staff consists of three regular men with frequent oa fourth the owner hlniself 1 nfi Po t Ja Politics niay be Tom iI Ma5iokfr5next book ot general TCrse it JjHIs first attempt was entitled In Mer 1fry Measure but It was written before r I he was elected a school trustee In Glen t Tildg 5 N rAs i 7 Pierre Lot the academician i 4 0W111l8J great lover of cats there y J f was nothing surprising Jn his opening i Vifthecathowat Bordeaux He refused SA4 r1 to make a speech though saying Lets Imitate ourfrlend the cat Hes i Ja silent creature A5 45t ANdTRAIN TRACK i Plush car scats have been banished 5from5 Kentucky as collectors of disease 4SS germs It Is announced that the Central of Zr VSew Jersey has finally abandoned all +brass baggage clicksnnd will use- t pasteboard cards for all baggage o An appropriation of 758000 has been rnade for rebuilding bridges and cul 1i verts along the Brie railroad as a part iot the comprehensive scheme now un Vder way for the complete rehabilitation of the roadVMexico bought 137 lIdconiotlves and VV 23308 tons of steel rails from the l United States In eleven months ofi 1904 calendar year This was an In c fcrease of seventy locomsrttes and 21000 tons of steel rails over the cor vrespondlng period of 1903 5V ANIMAL LIFE All birds that live on seeds are fur nlshed with strong gizzards j4rfie splendid snow white heron Is fast disappearing because time women r have persisted in wearing algret t plumes of this birdV J Tire giant of the whole spider family oJstlie hound or dog spider of iiad- igascar r Its body weighs almost a 4S Vpound and cacti of its eight legs Is Ion VEer and larger III diameter than the common cedar pencil 5Il LIFE INSURANCE i I Drastic legislation and rigid super vision of life Insurance will be the re J sult of the Equitable scandal If state- authorities in New York especially do 4 Iitheir full duty Cleveland Loader iCo one man ought or can Ii petu i control a rent life insurance company t f fbinheritance purchase or In any way except as tje chosen representative liItspolicy holders and responsible to Vthemew York LifeV ANGEROUS SUMMER fA wealthy philanthropist in1 fJ New York spends of r piovidingbre r suit that the jis greatly 4decreased He appciatesV the fact that disease germs ara Corn tbe1itt 0 t resist tieiri attacks J O1derapte4oVnot live ona ti diet toiidsure health but r 7 can iso strengthen tha stow tiJ ich ijid digestive organs by the rSiftfijf M jit QI iQJ1at thralH el too will THiKGSy THEATRICALI Maxlhe Elliotts new play by Clyde Fitch will be called My Girl JOe- 1Bse Stnbl In Time horns Lady JiU play a short season In London Tbe Old Homestead will begin its season at the Boston theater Oct 9 Tyrone Power will not be a member- o Mrs Leslie Carters company next season bglUla Hiirned will open her season In October a new play by Henry Ar thurJQnesV The Empire Is the fifth theater In Boston to have prcsButatlous of Jack and time BeanstalkVBessie Rosa Is paying a vaudeville engagement at the Mammoth theater Revere Beach Mass A Boston1 star with Philadelphia man agera Is a combination that has proved fsuccessf ul in the tour of Thomas E ishea under the direction of Nixon ZimmermanVHarriot Worthingtorf who was prom inent Via the auppout of Thomas W Iioss iu Checkers will be a full fiedg cd star next season In a new play by a Well known writerV SPORTING NOTES Ed Geers is not to riice his string Qt troUers ln Chicago us reported The Boston Americans are slowly climbing up In the pennant race They should finish strongly An auto race to the tOIot Pikes peak will be a sporting novelty on the September programme Pitcher Leon Ames who Jasf year was an unknown is doing brilliant twirling work for the Xew York Nationals 4 Umpire Stone of the American asso ciation has deserted again and this time for good OBrien ji1 having all kinds of trouble with hiJ staffVLittle King Direct 205 is in the best of form this spring A few days ago he was driven by John Walker ouo of Ed Geers assistants In 209 and re peated In 210 clark Griffith even after seeing his team defeated regularly still declares that he hasnt met atlub that his New York Americains could not beat If all the players were In good sjmapeV THE BOX King Edward has a stick made of the wood pf one Of time piles that sup ported old London bridgeV The emperor of Austria has so many titles that they are almost past numer atlon For Instance he is nine times kingVThe czarltza has Just given her little son his first toys a couple of little manikins possessing the properties of the multiplying eggs and Jthe nests of boxes long familiar to American children TV No modern occupant of a throne has traveled more frequently abroad since his accession than Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria He became rulerrof the principality ln 1887 and since then has spent 100 days or nearly a quarter ot lila reign abroad His pple know him by the nickname of the Traveler j TOWN TOPICS Town Clerk Mitchell of Portland Conn has issued but two marriage licenses In town this yeaty which beats all recordsVV Newport Me has made a remark able record in forcing the owner of every live dog in town tohave the ant maul licensedVIn San Francisco if one leaves his horse unhitched or uutcuded In the street It moaus 5a flue The city Is abonlt to spend 3000 on more hitch ing postswMarksboro NJ a town of 500 In habitant has earned the strange die tinction of not reportlngi thV birth of a baby for five years There Is not a cradle or baby carriage In the whole placeSJEWELRY JOTTINGS Pearl pave work in balls and oblong forms Is shown In handsome hatpins A graduated row of opals frames the upper hull of a large diamond lu a handsome ringVThe graceful dragon fly I carried out In diamonds emeralds and platinum forms a taking little ornamentV Bar pins in sets of three for collar anti cuffs are much in useofgreen tourmalines has clusters of three pearls at the top bottom and at each end Jewek s Circular Weekly WOMEN IN POLITICSV With illII respect for the opinions of Justice Brewer and the position of wo manhood in America it Is scarcely fair for him to hold out the inducement of time presidency to an ambitious femtilo college classPlttsburgDlspatcb Justice Brewer Is more diplomatic than exPresident Cleveland In his ad dress to the Vassar graduates the jJus lice beld out the hop6 that a woman may some day oe president of the United States Grover has no such tlsions Kansas City World ELECTRIC SPARKS j Cologne has perhaps the best electric cab system 1n Europe The operating cost a kilometer everything included Is p centsIt iIs expected that electric automobiles will soon be hu economic tmossibilltVClothes washing by electricity without soUp is the Idea of a Hniiguriaii The stroam of electrified wnxter Is clalmetl to remove all spots and dirt and the WO garments held by the ma chine are washed In less thaq fifteen amimiutesV GERMS IN It 34 jrengtheni the Stomach With Miona and Keep WellIT A 1 f thousands ta mortality 5 7 in r President ROYAL Ibe free from sickness in the sum mer eason teIIIi distressIIiand the general debility which Tfisultrom a weak stomach and imperfect digestion A guarantee to rfudtemoney if Miona jcioesHiot show help is given with every 50 cent DrugStore jV w- ViVVNEW SHORTVSTO5r r Am Elective Retort Judge Emory Speer who presides over tlje United States circuit and ills trict courts for the southern district of Cfeorgla is the possessor ora nimble and facile wit says the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post In earlier days before he had attained the ermine Judge Speer was a politician and a power on thestumpV Shortly after reconstruction he ran I agalhst Allen D Candler for congress speer was a Republican and his poll IllYunpopnlarIllY brought him to victoryV IIYOn one occasion when the young can was addressing a very Demo SSSVSIB TOU A DEMAOOOU- Elcratle nod hostile audience a brawny countryman was observed fighting his jpray through the crowd to the speakers rostrum It was evident that he lad spent the preceding night with John Barleycorn for his clothes were rumpled his hair disheveled and his face of a fiery red that rivaled the noonday sun in brilliancy Shaking a belligerent fist under the nose of the orator he exclaimed Sir you are a demagogueIV The crowd howled but Speer was not disturbed He waited for the nolso to subside and then with a smile anti in atone of entire good humor re- joinedj And you sir It you I0uld wrap a few wisps of straw about you would bea ilemijohnVThe delighted audience roared with appreciative langhter and time discom fited patriot slunk awayis said that In no voting precinct of the die trict was Speers majority larger than that Invhlch this happy retort was made Said la WnaUlnaton At one Of the recent White House receptions theTe was a little case of rapier thrusting between two ladles ned It was delightfully entertaining to thqse who saw and heard There Is n famous man in VashIng ton one who came from the plain peV pie and who continues as one of them He has a beautiful daughter of aristocratic tendencies who has dug up a family tree somehow or other and who affects superiority which she does not possess in any sense The wife of a congressman from a western state was introduced to the young lady and pleasantly said F have met with your distinguished father Miss 1 dare say replied the young lady languidly Papa In his position meets sorts of peopleVThe western lady flushed and flash ed back instantly I should suppose so especially when be Is at home Lippincotts The Iomlnle rMnre Senator Deboe of KeiUucky tells an Interesting story concerning a school teacher In his state who was also a preacher says the Pittsburg Dispatch He loved horses atid dogs and he was the owner of a trotter with a good record for speed One Friday afternoon before dismissing the school he ad dressed the boys thusVNow boysV7 suppose you all know that there will be some horse fuel up tomorrow Now dont you go to the races The track is no place for boys But boys If you do go to time races dont you do any betting It Is not right to wager money on horses But betltulndi Abcrnathya mare This Is a straight tipVAnd thb mare won too She was the old preacherschoolteachers thorough bred under another name A SYMBOL OF PEACE 0 The Dove hal had Thl Distinction In All Agei Slave the Flood The dove has been pictured as The bird of pence by writers and artists in all the ages since the time of the flood for the dove has figured In the sym bollsm of races and of count- lessj generations According to the Century Dictionary the dove lathe- bird of peace because of the incident recorded In the eighth chapter of Gen eels Anti it came to pass at the end of forty days thatVO5ii opened the window of the ark which he had made and he sent forth a raven which went to and fro until the waters were dried up from off the earthV And he sent theIof the ground but the dove found rest for the sole Of her toot nail tSie returned unto him in the ark And he stayed yet another seven days and again he scut forth the dove out of the ark and the dove came to him in the evening and lo in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off so Noah knew bat the waters were abated from off the earth Proper names derived from the dove have always been used In the orient as descriptive of loveliness and were especially applied toV beautiful wo thcIFrom immemorial time the dove has always been a type of Innocence to the Jews Elsewhere It has been as sociated since the Olympian age with the Higher Idea of Venus as the Symbol of natural human affection tfie sumIriagp scenes und was n iff utrp IVV Niva s7 arrTSuia painters into pIctures of ihe Madonna and child and of female saints These qualities of gentleness and aYectlon combined irltk- tbelr mournful notes made doves- equally appropriate to moods of sorrow and they were a part of the furniture of most pagan funerals This passed on Into Christian usage and their likenesses generally combined with the olive branch were carved on the tombs In the catacombs beneath Rome and elsewhere emblematic of eternal peace In the Sporting Magazine for 1825 this appeared Pigeons are rarely I ttjieset sumed the form of a dove Comment Ing on this a writer says This custom of the abstinence from the flesh ChriStianIUynected with the sane class of feelings as those which marked It out as the Aryan death bird Sir Richard F Burton remarks Ev er since Noahs dove every religion seems to consider the pigeon as the sacred bird For example every mosque swarms with pigeons and the same exist In most Italian market places The Hindoopundits and time old Assyrian empire alsa have them One Mystery Solved Boarding house habitues who have repeatedly complained Of the dark cheerless coloring of the wall paper In their find something to such cently Interest manage clerkuln knOWrroyhy I dark paperI l II Well prospective purchaser If that is the only thing you want to know you might just as well have got wise long ago We like dark paI per because with that on the walls the nails the boarders Use to tack up their pictures dont leave such ghastly scarsNew York PressV Expired The defendant who was held ontbe- charge of keeping a dog without a II cense repeatedly tried to Interrupt jtlia evidence but was hushed each time by the court Finally the clerk turned to him Do you wish the court to undeN stand he asked that you refuse to renew your dog license Yes but We want no buts You must renew your license or be finedV You know it expired last monthVYes but so did the dog Harpers Weekly Worth WMieVWhatever adds In even the smallest way to the worlds brightness and cheer Is worth whileV One who says an encouraging word to a disheartened neighbor gives a look of love to a lonely ode or speaks a sentence which may become strength guidance and comfort to another does something worth while It Is always worth while to live nobly victoriously struggling to do right showing the world even the smallest fragments Of divine beauty Ilia New Vocation Johns home from eollege1I Yes Whats he goln tq do now Well twixt you an me I think he jest about decided to loaf around an be one o these here Incomprehensible genlusesVAtlanta Constitution jt IIoreVSeueVNow lies got what I really call horse sense How for lnstanecVlie never bets VOflonePhiiadel phia Press Be kind to the rich They may not be rich always Florida TimesUnion Ood Coliii Gold was first coined in England In the eleventh century and the first round coins were not made until 100 years later Herodotus says that Croe sue was the first ruler to order gold coins to be madeg Criminal Iii Daena AyreuV nreIe are frequently on p for certain hours each day no that their private business will not suffer 1VGlove la Nap Nearly all Neapolitans wear gloves The boys Invariably do Their trousers are made with wide waistbands which are laced together nthe back wjth ribbons They are almost always clothed In blackV a PriiII- ndolng urn heavy parcel the string when it Is pmt about should always bo knotted Into every cross strand it passes Then if the cord breaks there is no danger of the bundle falling pieces or unwrapping foVthe toI knots will hold It except where in one place It gave VS Air and ShleAmong the beggar children of south ern Italy there Is rarely one who looks ill fed Though food ta scarce the sunshine and their llftj In the open air do much toward nourishing their bodies Ilnullna In the sixteenth Theor7Ipreached that man 118 silent and ponderous woman gives evidence of her osseous origin the rattle she keeps up byjj A Jau nene Cuatom- Whej the father of a Japanese family begins u journey of hny length the raised unr oT his room will be made sacred to Ills memory during his tern porary absence Ills family will gath er In trout of It and think of him expressing their devotion and love In words and gifts In kind Sulphur Sulphur which Is nuisance and an Impudent adulterant among tht met ale says f the American Machinist still has a way of keeping itself contaminated American producers of sulphur offer It 000 per cent pure A Once Marled Church At Soulnc in Gascouy a cross was discovered projecting above time sands ItIwell preserved church of the thlrt century was excavated The nthjj is nosy in use 4VS- YucatanIYucatan has a population of 350000 and owing to the fact that it Isthe home of the heulqucn the agave which t furnishes the finest fiber the Yucatccos bate inoreraoney capita than anyI other people lu tbe Mcrld I VT PEOPLST OF THE DAY Naval AcaAemra NOW Dead Bear Admiral James H Sands who has been detailed as superintendent of the Naval academy at AnnapOlis comes of a distinguished naval fami ly his fa iber who died lifi 1SS4 bay ing also boen rear admiral In Uncle Sams navy In time history of tho United States navy there1 have been but two Instances of both father and son reaching the grade of tear admiral In the ordinary line of promotion The other was the case of the two Thomas Selfrldges father and son the latter lO on the retired listVEntering the service In 1859 Admiral Sands was graduated m 1863 and took an active part in the closing years of experlIsault Fighting Bob Evans a class u I r ii4 c IIf 1t ADMIRAL JAMES H BANDS mate of Sands fell badly wounded The latter stopped bound up Evans wound and pressed on Kor his gallantry on this and other occasions he was recommended for advancement After the war he with attached to the flagship Hartford I While serving on this oh Illogo Japan the admi rals barge was capsized Sands with a boats crew pushediito the raging surf and succeeded Iq rescuing a sailor AdmIral Bell however was drowned Commodore Boldaborough in his report of the affair commended Ensign Sands for his gallant conductVDuring the Spanish war he com manded the commerce destroyer Columbia and later was a inemberof the retiring board at Washington Dust on the urnVLew Fields the comedlulw read ing a western newspaper in his office the other day Suddenly lie burst Into a roar of laughter Turning to his part ner Fred Hamliti he exeiaimcdV What do you think of this for news paper writing flOWs this for a nilxeil metaphor And lie rend aloud from the account of n shipwreck We wcrii clinging tto the hronls forty miles oft Iortlancj harbort when suddenly n giant wave broke over us anti five poor sailors bit jtbe dust Humph grunted Ilamlln Somebody ought to have swept that ocean with a telescope New Jfork Tiriies Honored by China John Barrett United States minister to Colombia on whom Ute Chinese gov ernment has conferred tile Order of the Double Dragon has traveled exten sively In China antI Is an authority on mutters pertaining to the far east He was honored by China In recognition of ills services with tbe Chinese ex hibit at the St Louis exposition Minister Barrett recently sent out a warning to Americans riot tq seek work lot their own accord on the Isthmus of Panama lIe saidVerlcanWblte laborers should IsoAm isthmus of Panama seek unless previously en gaged by the commission At first be fore the organization here was fully j b 1 JOHN BAIUUSTT completed and the chin service meth ods were applied work could usually wblteluboreraIworld Nowv however the situation Is changed When laborers com of their own accord the chances are against their employment A native of Vermont Mr Barrett has livedt tor mall years on the Pacific 5oast He was for a tUne city editor ot the Tacoma Ledger and later associate editor of the Portland Orp ret granl 1lnlsterIlie declinqd the post oif minister to Ja pan in 1902 but the l1owlllgyenr accepted that of minister to Argentina Lost year he was transferred ttO olom biaVVVVV5a rereotel Pergolesl hud the Misfortune to see Duringhisnot until some years Mjfter his death did men find out what a genius had beenamongtliernCnrrylig 0old Time average inn U told he could haveVas much gold as he could carry a mile would find his fortune iiot over JPO Jlc ervolr Fluli Some of great reservoir in country districts thai supply certain English el ties with tielr water hareV become populpus bre4ingVIJiLCCS for waterfowl and are well stocked witl1 ral able 11gbll The Modern SlenniBlilp It has boon calculated that the power generated III modcru steamship in a single voyage across th Atlantic is more thati enough torulse from tile Nile and set in place every stope of our of the great Egyptian RyramidsV BUCkIHgkCRL Palace It costs 2000 to give Buckingham palace frontaje new+ coat of paint VJVVVSV- y To Cure a Cold in One Day T ativeao Ullilhi e Iitl A pjOhMI lOW IapMt 1a TIIi tYc4 u 25 THE LAW OF FINDINGV Akalnit All Save the Owner the Flail CIVTitle 1 Perfect In common law finding is a qualified source of title to goods and chattels Briefly the law Is that tie finder has a clear title against all the world except- Ing the owner The proprietor ota coach or a railroad car or a ship has no right to demand property found on his premises Such proprietors may make In regard to last articles regulations which will bind their employees but tthey cannot bind the public The law of finding was declared bj be kl1gS bench more than a hundred ears ago when It was the supreme court of couiiuou iaw In England as follows v A person found a wallet containing sum of money on a shop floor He handed the wallet and contents to the shopkeeper to be returned to owner After three years during which time owner did riot calUf or his property the finder demanded of the shopkeeper the wallet and the money The latter refused to deliver them upon the ground that they were found on his premises The finder then sued the shopkeeper and It was heitasVstated above that against air the world save the owner the tine of the finder Is per fect The tinder line Indeed been held to stand in the place of the owner Thus A prevailed in an action against B who found ail article which A haJ originally found but subsequently lost The police have no especial rights In regard to articles lost unless these rights are conferred by statute Reedy et4Vofartleles fouud are trustees for the owner or hider In the absence of special statute they have no power to keep an article against the finder any more than a finder has to retain an article against the owner A finder must however use every reasonable means to dlscovCrlhe own er of found goods befdre appropriat Ing them to his own use It has been declared that if the finder knows time pwneror kuows that hei can discover him he Is guilty of Inrcenyln keeping or appropriating to himself the artl cles found j THEOLD SAILING SHIPS Why the Woo en One Were Better Than Th owe Dalit of lronV The sailing ship when J know her in the days of her perfection was a sensi ble creature When I say her days of pecfection I mean perfection of build gear seaworthy qualities and Case of handling not the perfection of speed That quality reached Its highest ex cellence In the discovery of hollow lines and departed with the change of building materialV i None of jtho iron ships of yesterday ever attained the marvels of speed which the seamanship of men famous theiriVOOICUEverything had been done to make the iron ship perfect but no wit of man had nianagedl to deviser an cfiiclcnt coating composition to keep her bottom clean with the smooth cleanness t atIronIl tired too soon It Is only her bottomI that Is getting foul JJA very little affects the speed of a ship that Is not driven on by an untir toIort her strideI A certain mysterious t speedIas It was displayed by the old sailing ships commanded by competent sea melh inV those days the speed was still a natter tor the seamans care Therefore apart from tho laws ruI0s and regulations for the good preserva tion of his cargo he was careful of his loading of what Is technically called time trim of his ship Some ships sailed best on an even keel others had to be trimmed quite one foot by the stern and I have lheard of a ship that gave her best speed on a wind ivheli so loaded as to float a couple of inches by tIe head Joseph Conrad In lIar pers WeeklyV Deeper V etaVTomI suppose hes deep in loves yquug dream r hespast that stage VHs troubled with In oTunia now rhiladel phla Press VHabitI always want Upon my feet And will till I nm deadVBecause I never tiara been use4VJ Tej walking on my head VLippincotrs Magazine Touclilntr Farewell JJack HIgbee borrowed 51l of me oeforebe left IVt AVyld bather n touching farewell w tLJ AVImilom The lightning bug find sorrow scant VlthecQn nile skill lie runs private lighting plantV And nevtr gets a bill i Washington Star Unkind JDigUYIVlostff1nJ mind when I was sick v Higby When do you expect It back JudgeV tChnnJti of plotVShe said Give us our allr bread Then htrvcd a little sighVAnd saId Tomorrow night mamma Im going to pray for pieVHouston Post HDWES it tOPJtODtft I XLASE4V CUSSES vt sedicIe Mtf ereflast kHKt yessd hi a pWttfkir RM ser se is to five a muck trf r clfcM of visIon than any other atassM sad a MRM ef reerfom an4 comfort tit wearer Mtt si- ether fta we aHort 554 which can be afr eclated only UteM havt triM them They arewltiwut avetHen MiSt clenllfl ctlw cenmicted Classes thallwfe ever keen aM when mate Into near Izliited and far lhted atasees eemklned IAIItIof any after terM of Bifocal Glasses TMKOtD GUISES art ma4e mily bv Han4Iht t yen have any travWa yew a If t yesr kssis hii set iees v pidisi isaVtaM selilielMa lit issr asVIIs Ii Ni ao4II TIwCI4s tA11VUSRflIfl1- TJJ Howe Co Opticians LQWVILE KYI JOHN SnUCK MCEIhtOYVVQli MoJiroy ihItOIIVVV lInsurailce Reat slate AgtsV- LF1fOVhifGf Q TOrQ aoII r 9C ij Land gold on onnissicfrOff- iceover t Peoples Bank Pbgn2j- cc m KEEP COOL1m I I FamilYIlis Vtlt sometHql 1COMFORTS 4 IflIr WnjH Is now considered almost aVne es l sity in warm weather and Thereare- nonefl to equal our Perfection Wickless ttj BlueI Flame We have it iin three sizes I 1 ICE CREAMFREIEZERS V i LhingsaFreezernt l WeISr rom n er tlisizes and valuesItcl We make t3ader 01 fhe Sitka oQe of tp the best madeVi VV-I t The ApcllpiWashin g taEhinepOSitive l I doestheworkI plumbingLG 6 b c Peoples Deposit Bank cV Vii KYVc ORGANIZED DECEMBER 188 Capital f30Q o i C fIV Surplus and Profits f2t MH i y Vtt I j V OFPfCBRS Qeo D Robeirtson President IifflpMHaiJ tii id ttJ A Boulware Oasliiert Ba5 3itCIo4- Amtstant sUier H4 C Lee Bookkeeper J I DIRE TQ SG oD Robertson I H ThurmanLYi L trab mtG Radon JWSatter111rT r nJnfold f Patrons enjoy every privilege usually extended by reliaWe fd well equipped Banks Prospective depositors are Invited to write br e call n person r J l tJ24Jti4Lspe 9VV VjS ARI UI SII I MIVV E 885EDUCATI ejV ry to the young ms or young woman who would win succeS in life This bdfng conceded Jt J V tof first importance to get our training at the shoot that stands Jnljvery rank 14 I Thh BRYANT 8 STRATTON BUSm M COLLEi 3fNl BQOKKEIEFiNQ Seven experienced fteachers erc onrJ 4 wrltefoijjTYiEWFITiNV psIalt over the jjnltedStates1t will benWrJqdJ to you PimE Scbol open tfieyear Students can enterat any tfimeVTHOS WIDRYDENGEO W StJHWA iPRESIDENT SEOY AND TREAS1 1 = IH Q r Kansas h City Sowftan II StrjOghtai the crOwi KANSAS CITY TO THE ULISPASSING THROUGH GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH Along Its line are the flnestiandssuitedfofgrbiriag small f inearaJUr cotton lor commercial apple antI pea h orchards for ether frutu MM krrise for commercial cantelonpe potato tomato and gener1 UtMk 40a UmMrhorse ttrtfSit f Wrtra fir Is4ermsliss OiscwshtgSVFREESGOVEANMENT HOME9TCADS Nw Colony Locations ImprerMl Farmr MlMntl LfMk HM latri ss4 TWMT Lands ant lot cOJllesePClfI1eftltMct IUN rRica helm QS FraK leek r Cheap roundtrip homcacckera tIckets on sate first end tk1rdrassyV eacbusnth THE81IOdTLW4C- TOTHELAND OF rULFlLLKIEUT rK tXaaCit 21 aus Trar PaNi4XgAIWsa atYS f TO SERVE WITH SOUP MnhligatawliyVBolledflcePenDried cfoutojis Hare Rwll curniiut rowan or cran berry jelly Turtle Lemon cut iu quarters handed suvfratvlYVClear Soup wHlr Italian r scs Grated ruruiesan chccsjc Clear Soup it la ColbeIoitcbede- ggr on n hot dish oh It ItWI1UVV Cioiite l1uj Pot Tlihi rbuiftfa of bread dipped in the soup inflfle crl i in thcQvcn llonsl quartern ptlem0uVArtichoke Thick Jj UUce Crecy flisqmnCrontois Q1thlnVS rounds Of f bread dipped In soup or sloxk tWO wade crlfp la the ovpq SQI- Wrft tStoaehbHatnDCthhad rmsir naaisr bVgeneral daWHiy sow itotafs and ul the sfomaoli are all dueSiKodol cures indtfMtioa TTila ma cry replo rt the natural Juicea or lntMy saW io a hillthy ato j coMbined wttthe greatest known I jaM 1sconiIrictivs proffeftiea Kodot L k spIa Curs do not only cure land dyps IM this famous reined tewfaa all tomaci IrtubTw by cleanain fudfyiaff MfMtMiaa and strcnfiWrtiM muooias txMOtbrarma lining the sic jSr3le11hysswoodWVaai yearKafer krJteM MswtaWh You Eat BoWaaooJr 3100 turrs trJ use which for ceVtaftrad by t0 OaWiTT A 00 CHICA