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144erthsaMY keacb monthV XX IVVfTIZ RLC4 IIKocts every IfYvk cl1ontb 84 VLVOVfn wigsveryJeN ITedHewiay night iIC flllVJ auciN TIM5 TABLE 1rrInlaDtHllu Trills 41 42 44 VzP K r4ed OTp5 39120 10IJlL d Valley gj 54186 Booker5 4J 147 U VCreakes 1M 158 3Vu t xariy Timee 6 2 3sn Za5rditOw 6233 65 II jNaMreth 6 308 11 kJ8nels 641S8- ie DelrSsvll1o 350 414 l 1Cane 8PriBg 405 14 Robbi 4 Cl4tanaat 4 riatewaJuact 145 5 u t liUpbenlsvllleu 4I VMubek Park a IIB tk LouUvIlle i7 50 5 l LTLolIav leAr805610K Y- 4VTM W JK Q5NJ DA W T jMuMve Bromo Quinln Tablets SLIIVVj1t5 tSIMRd the mUJi1ey If Jt rite Siwire 3c For sale by Huydon MotIl rvdiDrowne VV1JLj VV f11818 sOuL ty n churd Vety to ZaaeeollIIrs lnte Pbillp ItVbex BeWttts Witch HaMlMvo tho r Ikn4ws ewe forpll 8 injiriea and VV VjftJflflVThOV Udtea tCflk care to ebtotaVW4JMa1 DeWUts WHtch IlMwl 8alT kBowlnK that dl the cpun tos4W MIVwIqL s Haydoo Allob itlc NItV0 joxaoaQuur4 VV- IHIt N 1fW msw t 0rR II 1I t t tir kh1 I Odds and Ends of GossipV OUR MEN OF PURPOSE What has the country boy to say Of country boy that made their way The brown lad standing at the stile Nods toward the homestead with smileSVPoints to the plow the Held the nilll The tiny fechoolboase oh the bIt And tells with pride how from the farm- ALlncolns sturdy voice and drm A Qarflelds eloquence and might A Wbittiera prophetlosightS The faith of Grant and Washington Our cause upheld our battles WOEV And strengthened in its trial hour The bulwarks of our countrys power What has the city boy to tellVOf cityboys who served us well He points us to a thousand strong Renowned In story and in song A thousand who have won their the stars Ujday He tells how from the town there came A Franklins npverending fame An Lfving6 sun that has not set The genlusof an Everett Beneath the citys roofs and domes There sprang the peerless wit of Holmes The treasured power of Motleys- books The eloquence of Phillips Brooks What then brave toiler in the town Strong plowboy In the pasture brown When youthfull purpose clearly sees Exemplars aspen men as these Join effort like Our men of old To speed the common Age of GoldV Join forces In their noble strife To seek the purest joys of life Join bands og thor and be brave Their legacy ot faith to saveV Whatever drones and doubtersBay Be men of purpose boys today VYotitbsCompanion N OLD DOCUMENT AIdocument of unusual esii Was put on record at the meeting of the board oL town trustees last week It was a copy of the original charter of the townof tJpringfieldor as the title reeds An act for establish ing a town at Was jagton Court Rouse Ky II The act was passed and approved December 7th 1793 It reads in part as follows Whereas it is represented to this present General Assembly that i5t woyld beof public Utility to have a town establishedx on tne land of Mathew Walton i- nte County of Washington at the place where the Courts of said County are appointed to be held the said Walton having consen ted thereto and having sold out lots for that purpose wherefore Section 1 Be it enacted by the General Assembled That fifty acres of land the property of siaia Walton be laid off so as to include the Court house and the lots that are laid off and sold and that the same be vested in Davio Caldwell Hugh McElroy Benjamin Harding Daniel Mock and Josiah Wilson gentlemen trustees for the purpose of erecting a town to be called apd knoiynby the name of Spring field and the said trustees or a najority of themare hereby authorized when to them it may seem necessary roo lay off the remainder of said fifty acresof f Land into lots and sell tl1 iam for the best price that tan be had at twelve months credit for the use ci stud Walton giving two months previous Iotice of such sale and they shall also have fall power to make such jjules and regulations for the regular building on the lots that are already or may hereafter be laid off as shall appear 19S conductive to the good and con venience of the inhabitants am shall have full power to deter mine toe boundaries of lots ani to provide for the cleaning and clearing at the streets and keep ing them iin orderl Jm HE TRtJsTEEsTheUged tlemen trustees name in the docuin of th early settlers of an nearly all ntjwere livIng here Hugh McElroy was t grand father of Messrs CR and A 0 McElroy and others of that generation of Mcelroys the Mocks the Wilson and the Caldtfells of this county are also descendants of the old tim trustees of that name Another provision inthiS charter i that the purchasers of town lot shall be required to build dwelling thereon at least jsix teen feet square and haying sone or brick chunriey7A fail are to thus improve ones prop erty meant the forfeiture of the lot AtV that time 1793 the Courthouse of the county was nearawhere the residence of W T McElroy now stands Th0 town began grow and the houses 1were built further dow the valley Shortly afterwards new Courthouse way built on the site of the present on ground d9nated byMrMathew Wialton 4I IfMkSO lutwSpringfield and vicinity turned out to witness the bntertaipment at the Opera House Janfc lriday evening was gratifying o all who were interested in its success Ten proceeds speeded expectations and Father Hen nessey exDresses himseljf as being particularly gratifi df at the Targe attendance whichJdem onstrated that the people df the town not only appreciate ai good thing but are always ready to help along the cause of religion and charityV fH edlajnVe subject How Should United btates Senators Be Elected recently read bofjore the State Bar Association of the State of Washington The piper is by Thos B Hardin of Seattle Tom Hardin is an eld Sprang field boy who is making his mjark in the world He has beep a resident of Seattle for several years and is in the front ranks of the successful lawyers of that progressive western city DOES IT PAY TOBUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs ii and olds is all right but you want something to relieve ijnd cure the more sovere and dan geroiis results of throat rind lung troubles What shall jfou doGa t4 AwarIIer and lbret regularciiijao Yes if possif Ible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that hasbeen introduced in all civilised countries with1 success in severe throat and lung trcubles Boschees Gor- man Syrup It not Only heal and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy dexpectdranights rest and cures the patJeut Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all drugC byRIt la exasperating to ono who ha ascd Foldys Honey and Tar and knows what It willdo tohavb a dealer Justhesainecoughs croup lagrippe etcV Aged 103 Ycaps- Jes amine county claims theI oldest person in the State Millie Booker an old exslave who orEbeing this person She was purI chased by the Overstreet estate from the Cecil family of Garrard county about 83 years ago The records show that sbewas over timetmakes her about 103 years drenlliVln 50ldead 20 greatgreatgrandchil dren living and BdeadiSbe has had 14 children 0 of whom ate s living This makes her total progeny 286 AuntMillie as sho is called is blind but her mind Jessamined Veervcds Was tIe result of his splendid hdahb Indorainable will and tremendous enorgy arejnjjt found where Stomach LiveiV Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the sticc ssthev bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills Only 825 cents at B aydon tRobertsons drugstore is ftsshouldayou a djpss c chamberlains couRh Remedy to allay tho Irritation of throat and make sleep possible It is g thoI aTtV lt For sale by Haydn s1rnt gists Commencing October 22 and Continuing all week Majestic I Cooking fxhibition haVEfarr directfromPatrons that 4eb4INill4ISteL1L1 fANCtvil1all ofthis in less time and with less fuel than any range made 5 Biscuits BaKed in Three Minute q Anjd served with delicious coffee free to 311 Who call i Be sure and come w YJv Handsome Set of Mfyre J 17 Ptefceei mbJr To jail who buy a Great Majestic Range at this Exhtftit i MELROY i j 8HULTSPRINGFIEthkyw u Vvi HambletonV The foreign Mission Journal published at Richmond Va contains the following sketch of Rev HJimbleton Who has recently been appointed mission ary to JapanHRev George Forrest Hambleton ThD was born in Belleairc 0 May 81 1870 S His parents James P andlTirginia Hambleton returned tothoir native Virginian 1877 andl settled in Louisa county His father is a Baptist deacon in Fork church Louisa county His mother was a Methodist untilafew years ago when her longcberisho1 desire to be immersed was fulfilled and she united with the Baptist chuicfy On September 4 1881 when eleven years old George was baptised by Rev H DRagland united with tne Fork church He worked on his fathers farmV and attended the public and private schools until nineteen years of age when he entered Jichmcpd Qoirego September 25 1889 He graduated from tthat institution June 1895 with tthe dejifrffo of B AWhile in college ih taught private pupils ajnd wa at different times tutor anofassistantlibcarian in college arid in his last year there was pastar of Bethlehem church in Sssex icounty Entering the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary October 11895 he became full graduate in 893 but returned and took the degree of Th D June 1 1899 He gives as his main reason for this extra year of work a desire fotf better Equipment for Japan which field had been on his heart for oeveral l years In the Seihinary he was an officer in each of the missionrry oriranizationB being treasurea of one and prosident of the others He was gymnasium instructor for two yaars and is not onlystrong mentally and morally but jhasgood comman- dS his physical powersV Before leaving tlw Seminary lie was called to tke ckurch at Springfield KVand has been pastor there apV3i the present He cannot recati the time when ho was lfirst cUn dtotheforeign field or to preaching the Gospel as he4 feels that the two calls wore embraced in one At different timeshe has aided in protracted services in Yir niia Kentucky noel South Carolina in ithe latter State while serving as missionary Jpf the State Boird VPBrother Hambleton comes with the ver r highast recoramendai tions from these who know him best as p man strong earnest faithful and consecrated Ho was appointed September 20 1900 as ja tnjssionary tasJapan He will likely leave for hisiiew ll5awork lD about hiG To Cure coa tlp4ttaa Vcrever Taiio CMcareu Candy cathartic orSSa g 0 fallW curourl rainc eo fENWIGK Prom Qur BejraUjr dorreBpondent Prof W B Edwards was in jPerry ville Satui aY1 orInbbardSprings mother Mrs Ja IB Logsdon Mr and Mrs Jordan Cull attended tho fune al ofMr Culls grandmother Mrs Ohestine Graves at Mack rule last Thurs dayVMiss Lizzie Ad ims of Tatham Springs visited her parts last Saturday and SnVRevs Thomps q and Porid s twd Mormon jreachers frpm Utaih will preach at this place this weekV f James Harmoi bought of- T JW Adams one sc w on4 fiye pigs for 125 Miss BillieB rkoIiof your town is at homo and was the pleasaiit guest 1 the Misses Adams Saturday ind Siundayf Mr Robt We choir of Leba non was over Su iday to seo jhfs 4 best girlV Miss Margare t tonaly iot LouisVille Miss as Bettie and Antonptte Nun u and their brother Albert attended the hop at Mr Porte HUES Friday night Mh Dink alintlord LoRsdop one gjaat Price paid unknownV Dr Robt Litsoy W Sfin our village one day last weeklMrs naM ont om ry of your town spent af ew la5last week with her mother MrsJNU7V Bert and Lev Fenwck wore In Harrodsburg Monday on bni ness I QUESTION A SWERED Yes August F owel still has the largest salep any medicine in the civilized world Your motHers aDtir ran mothers never thoughb of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were Bca rce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure etc They used August Flower to clean oit the system and stop fermpntt tied pf undi gested food regu ate the action of th6 liver stim late the ner vous and organic action of the system and tbati Sit they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and oth r aches You only need a few do es jof Greens August Flower i i liquid form to make you saisfiejd tiiere8 nothing serious Jh e matter wich youV For sale br aydon Robertson WANTEl A TIVK MAN OF GOOD nhnrafttcr deliver hind collect in Kentucky for old ostabllsbc d mIlUU rnc t ring payIcityICpu Manbfacturers bird floor 33 I Doarboju VQhIagoV J RoyCherrir One of the prettiest home weddings of the year occurred yes terday at the residence o Mr W E Ray of Washington coun ty whtre his daughter Miss Lucy was united in holy wedlock to Mr A C Cherry of Bowling Green Misses Margie Ray sister of the bride and JLvy Frpman were the bridesmaids Th bride w handsomely attired in white The impressive ceremony was performed by RovR L Putdom ofV the Baptist denomination at 12 oclock Immediatdly after the ceremony the bride Iand groom came to Lebanon where they took the afternoon VtraftVVforV Bowling Green their future home Miss Ray was one ot the most attractive and accomplished young ladies of this vicinity Her charming ad graceful manners won the admiration and esteem of all acquaintances and the groom is certainly to be con gratulated upon having won such a partner in sharing lifes destinies Mr Cherry holdst the responsible vsitionQf bookkeeper in the Warren Memenal Deposit Bank at Bowling rreen and one of that citys most Substantial and capable business AH except badon sl There ire huni drcdscough mccfi cincj whichrelieve cpughsa coaghs except bad ones The medicine which has been coring the worstof had cou- ghsfytisA fs Cherry Pectoral J tJccscm4eacsVVVviV1 My jrtfo wes troufeted m tkad- ispff4Ai dWI en furtwHfp fir tint JW1NOnc daq I tfcosght el owATfIlat Cherry Peetonl KtvdabdVUie of ny- e elate1 after doctors bad all grrcn nor npjto dte So parchued tmLbo aea L and h citnd say wile completely Jt took only one bottle to care my dster So you IM that three bot Gee ace dollar each aared two iree We all cead you oar hem Wt ttaaJu lorwhatO have doao t3flIeJLtJasaMaoeacJar3Ll9 iV Nowfott1e1tti- eoii tupot triJ tlcoE Cter ior 35 jua Am f I men and he has the respect and esteem of all who ki ow him Lebanon FalcoEVJefc Cojfldat Have Steed It PilesTheyre i Bucklens Arnica Salve will cure the worst case of Piles onearth It has cured thousands For in juries Pains orBodly Eruptions its the best salveJil thd world Price 25c a box Cure Tuaratf teed Sold by druggist PUBLIC SALE Having sold my larm and ex pecting to move my family to Campbellsville I will sell on tho premises onVVIfiORSDAY OCIGBER Uli 1900 to the highest bidder all pf my ImpjeIcfien FurnitureVTwo nice 6y arold Milch Cows one extra nice 2year pld Mijch Cow and nice Shorthorn nialeCaifVAlso tour head of Horses one nice 6yearold brown Mar in foal by jack safe for Jlady to drive One good mi1yMare info by horse one VOId family Horse and yearling Colt iflf head of tice young hogs and about 40 barrels of Corn Stock Fodder Ac One good 8 inch 2rHone Wagon in good order one Sprtng Wagon one Buggy Plows Gear Hoes Axes icoil fine Estey OrganVV I If not sold privately befpre will also oer my property at Jensentoo for saleVV Sale willat 10 oclock A M sharpv 1 JSM CAMPBELT T DE GLISHAuct one r Horse Th1cVV- Horse thieves are plying their trade in our vicinity Om last Saturdmynfglit a black mare IS bands high nineyear old a good saddle bridle and buggy rug was stolen from the stable of Mr Leo Adams who lives bn the Fairfield pike Mr Adattts is much distressed over hit loss and is Pfferfng liberal rewards for the returnVOfIhls horse pr in formation that would lead to the apprehension of the thief We are informed that quite a number of horses have been atoleartl cently this section pf the State Mr John Sfnanas of Wash ington county lost a gOod hlSrso under similar cifcnmstisnde about one week gOB1OOm field Sentinel VV F9r three nIghtS and days Isufferc agony untold ea an fUtacfcot 6hol6rm mbrbua brpnght bn by eating pacV ham nays Lowthor lotlcq4tS dlstrlcC ourt ContwVllle IowaOIV thought lenrely ihoujllo attd tncd a dozen rron t rndICIOaVbf1lV tdHo purpose J Bont fdr a bottle of Ghowber berlnina Colic Cholera and diarrkCEX Romody and tuieodoses rgileVoA mo w tlroly For salaby 1JsydoukRouietso- nJrugIsts v t tc tJ n =ft HILLSBORO llom Out Bcgular jCorfttpoBd t The f riDersare busy sowing wheat at this place Mrs Annhf bd idronand relatives at Chaplin 4 Little Miss Winnii IJayw of near your town isi ilptin severalweeks with ker coutiD the Msses WUliamsl Mr Thomas Sutherland ae M0 son Dudley have r tutned froiMSa tnp to Wayside Mr Will Bradshaw and cuteri of Harrodsburir were Viiitg Miss Mary Dehpaej 1JjNirtr Mrs Edna Hopelfeii lpttHf COunty and Mrs RoxytBlo- onifield attended tfc ftbWki pf their sister Mrs Slli4 Iet4 last Friday t Mr 1IiaS Kelly baa rMari ed from a visif tp Wi SaArVcold orBpyle county c Miss Bertha LeachaiaaPLebanoXuesday Rev W 1ztSutberi preached at Madkvilleuiday Mrs Cora Mcllvoy hM bSvs called to tbe bedside of b l i wLJvQryMrsliieShtrier returned home after i fW4visit with her mbthftrit tvillo jjf tltflpflcepaidl ZackLeacbiaaabeuitasiwic ling cpitriroia ToeftM l Uifli 0 t Mrs E Jlrn04MLUf- iV iti 1 her son JiWalr Leim anVWill Miller l x riil our midst Monday It WppeIIuiium a ruuiiusiuV Oa day Iae wilier a lady enrdrn- gsioe l ana Mked jhora feca a e e tiih aisdicips that I ti i Mia seek says Mr R UraviM the pefakr V giet of iMUrla K Y tft w pnwae4 4o Inknf whiioa iV poQiad I eald k 14 freely i emiearptu keerlainsl CowjH 1Mc that tdceidtake bottle of rgivingworth the inpaey to briag back the tlaaI I xoaid rtun4 tli price patd fp u course qf odat Ottwo the lady ca clpin Incbtnpan vrjth a frtotid lnneod pt a couVmedicine and advised her to buy lxt oL Cliaoibcrlaiaal C9 fi Rme4y I1a fa14Q1tho remedy Jt for aao JIatkIktebe 9tiDrJ1gpsta JV I havo always rued Foieya and Tar coisfrkedlilae ami Jtlorv1Jttho best JJfi lb1t9tWn wye Beu4pra a4WwkMrOf Haydon Robcrto9 l H LiwIsjamiV writes AIm SsJBjr X 4kA ithtrr eiomg v lndlgcttonl i Swift an 1Vnay bdd Qt pa pea4upp beo f t oloVcuvela gOmaci irosbk It yoncat and Alto wsyoit to Kxtyounixi providim flu iaar stoiach tI1 n prniaunt ctre U llVVj I 1 t1 IIt11uLtt- i J pgLuttuII tcrn 1X1U1A1 1tUNO l0O A VAft IN ADVANCE r rJRi GFjeLri cLDAy11 Jr tEMToIirrtIU1c 7ffMcal bn ness notices cent per iour i i nIcr ton anT cents 1liCIt subsqtent isert1ou Otllaoi tsindiUutes and political matter Wce14ts p rUnpu Job JtI dono1nt low rat 8fb t cash must 4t4 i 01 aeIver o goods A 7crtl8itogcontriotsmaao on lliberal rpwi iiObituaries and resolutions brrcspcci 3 ds1It8 per line y L1cNoUNEMKT5 qay Magistrates 321O ountromcett vv 500 DIs ict0Me J JOOO TftUJlSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 THE trial of Henry BYoutscy whICh has been in progress at Georgetown for the nirdcr of WJiiath Goebcl l was interrupted hy a sensational sceho into r court rOom While Arthur GPoebel brother of the murdered man was testifying IfSi tss ey sprang from his seat and rushed r toward the Witness shouting Thats iieu His lawyers and tht officers of the court seized hina but he twice broke aw iy wildly denouncing tliej j testimony against him and pro lectio his innocence Most ofI theaudiencefied from the court I room ina panic and when quiet ww restored Yoatsey vas found I to be so completely unnerved that tha court adjourned Yontt ey continued to act as one de mented as be was taken baclrto jaI and could be heard in his cell yelling Hurrah for Goe1 bet Physicians at last quieted Shin wUh opjatp Tho next Biwrnlng Youtsey was still wild a l and acting like a razy man so flJtthe trial could not proceed JiSt what rthurGocleIs testi will be Is not knownibut ittI1nyi pught thabbo is to makett oJzie sensational disclosures THS Kentucky Ixjgislatoi s are ill roonkoyiug wjth the elec von bills Several measures lipive been amended and passed or otherwise ucted upon but itj looks as if the chances of pass ing a new law within a reason tI t lime are remote It ipractica 4lly certain at any rate that weIi win have to do with the old law at the election nxtrnpnth i J MR BRYNmad xteen speephesin one state Jplidcis Tuesday If he keops up the 4 ratio he will bo able to cover iboutalIofhis dstrict between 4W and the election To ncconunoclato tdoso wno aro partial t ot the nse of atotnizprs in applying Itpudj lilt tho nasal passages for ca arrhal UtJleJ lio proprietors prepare Cream Bam inliqniil n rm whcn will lx known as SJya Liquid roam Balm Price including the spraying tube is 75 csa Druggists orb mall The liquid form embodies the medicinal properties of the srtlld preparation Croam Balui in quickly absol rd by thO membrane and dnoa uotllryup tfid secretions but changes them ton natuul ann healthy character Ely Brothers 60 farron St N y That New I1iIroad A special from Scottsville Tenn says uJylr W of Kansas Gityi who executorii negotiating with pho of C P Huntington for the ptn cha e of tho Chesapeake and Nashville railroad came hero to day on a sppaial trainaccqm panied by Mayor J M Head lfashvjlle Superintendent Rob paertf MeeksD BAnders n andI1 lKeHont W JO Dismukesr of atjthetj mation givenout by Mr Smith it is thought that the road has be1closedcm arrange to turn the proper tyovorto tne new purchasers In the event of a deal the road willbe Qxtendud and work wil t 1gginat1Dt1co Irrfhe extepsion referred tpis Ujthe buildmv of tKo road through rvbAS place toBtoo field as outt Liqd in this p perliistl weekIiiv rLiirhfgkin eruptions burns nnd i qtoeoOtll at nrt promptiy je ilit1jtiv JipplyJng PoWUta Wilch lJlI2 ls4vo the best known euro for lll2 lVvtra vft worthless counterfeits llRyefInorton tOUC Ir il A Bmitpne Tivcj Mcillcinoq Ic k te APP5 t Ata Digestion gives fafe iidV rttfoll tho fonctlons and ihlh tLO Si tce flgitaql JPlde11iz ja The Kind You ava Always B i 1t LIl itFch hasbeenIin use for Over 30 years baiiomo the Counterfeits Imltatibnsand Justiisgood are but Experiments that trifle with endnngertJlo Bealtli InCmts Cluluren iJxpcrionco against Experinicnt What is CASTOR A Castbrla is a harmless substitute fprCastor Ou Paro 1 gone Drops So r Syrups It is Plca ritItT neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic t BUhstanco Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms allays Feverishness It Diarrho3a It relieves Teething Troubles Constipation Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Bowels giving healthy natural Childrens Panacea Mothere PZifld GENUINEI CASTORIA Bears Signature of The ght Use For Over SO Years I An The Board of Trustees of the town of Springdeld Ky do or dam as follows That mall prosecutions for violations of the and ordinances of tho Town of Spring field Ky the Police Judge of SpringGelO Ky shall notify the town attorney oftbe said prosecutions df the time of trial thereof andjn all such cases where judgment for a fine is en tered against an accused either upon confession or trial by courtii or jqry the town attorney sti1lll be entitled to the same taxed 9 t by the court a dppr ceutum of tines as the county attorney is entitled tp under the Statues of Kentucky provided l the town attorney attends the trialsl pursuant to said notice and prqvidcd further that the attendance of said town attorney upon said trial with or without notice from the Police Judge shall beent tlediothe Ices as aforesaid This October jO- 1goo t u Pi GREENE Ohm ProTem lL B THOMPSON Olin Yon nsfump no Usk when you bUY Ciiamberlaina Colic Cholera nnd Dinr Remedy Haydon itobcrtaon drngKreta will rotund your monqy you nro not satisfied after nsiug it It isbyerywhoro admitted to tho most successful remedy in use for com evlfaUsHaytlon t Robertson Roll of Honor for the second month of school ending the 5th of October at Fredericktown Pansy Fihney 94 Jessie Fin hey 92 Bettie Sbircliff 91 Mary Finney 91 Neya Nalley 91 Louise Hamilton dl Thomas Johnson 90 Coy Hamilton 90 Frazier Ross 87 Paul Shaunty 89 Grover Shauoty 89 Eugene Mudd 86 Marie Cecil 89 Hattie Mudd 85 Carl Wheatly 85 Au gustin Wheatly 85 Reuben Simpson 85 Lawrence Mudd Maggie Alvey Ella Alvey 85 Nerve FoodIf you have neuralgia Scots Emulsion of Liver Oil will feed the nerve that is ciy ing fqrifoodit is hungry and set your whole body going again in away to satisfy nerve and brainfrom yourusiial food is are nervous and irri table you may only need more nerves11elll Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the to be 0gingoesIIl cure getting far need from usua lfood Scotts Emulsion help to that sampleitsSCOTT BOWNE Chemists t40415 eari Street New York 5O And 100 drugists T POLIN Front Our SpoclaiCorrrspondent Misses Martha Grant HaysJyisited in Louisville week J Bev J 0 GiVlhm and niece 1MissEdwards of Perry Viile and dud 11 been made under his personal supervision sinco its infancy Allow no ono to deceive yon in tills Uil and of and and tliln contains and cures and Wind Colic cures and and and sloop The Tho ALWAYS tho Kid 1011 llao A1ways In Ordinance law and 0ttorneys bra bowel RollofHonorI 85i 85I Cod tjThat cure fat you and will you and last J T Semones and wife of Har rodsburg passed through here Thursday en route to Bethlehem to attend Presbytery Mrs Jennie Bush and Master Len passed through our village 2dneaylast Mr Sam Scott tented a farm Tinpen mQved to stiJI10 Monda Mr Bill Gist sold toi Mr Zack i Crow a nice bnnch of hogs for m John Mcllvoy and wife visited in this neighborhood Sunday last Mrs E J Grouch who has been quit sick is improving IN MEMRIAif a Death the gr m destroyer of life entered the beautiful and happy homo of J M Williams Isatutllen t iy took away a devotedhhusband nd affectionate father paturday afternoon about 2 ocl ck Mr Williams died of bloodl poison the result of a mere scratch or cut received on his finger while working with spine machinery All was tione that loving hearts and willing bands could dolor him but alas the dread disease rapidly did its worl He leaves a wife and three children and several brothers besides other relatives apd a host of friends to inourtf his departure Mr Williams was a consistent mom ber of Mt Zion Methodist church for many years and was ever l ready to do anything for his Masters sake By his death the community loses an honest up right citizen the church a valu ble member the Sunday School a good teacher He hms ojEfefed many prayers and sung many songs at old Ml Zion Church but will hear him no morO until we meet beyond the river of death May our Father comfort the sorrowing ones t The race is run lifes possi- bihties are over its battles fought the Spirit gone tg receive its reward Reverently and sadlyhe was placed in the grave in the city of the dead to await the day of resurrection The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Orieiilfl the presence of a large cOngrega- tion the body was la dtc rest in the Chaplin cemetery Wo deeply sympathize ivith the wife and children in the greatsorrow AFfIIEND 1Eflo1bedibe Crave A startling ihCi tsinarrated ljj by JOhn Oliver of Philadelphia as fonawsI was in lauawfulr condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue Coated pain continually iin back anl sides no PP titElgrOwiD1 weaker day by day ffhrSp pih Ijiciansbadi I was advised to lise Electric itt rs to mygreatf joy the lirs jI mada decided improve Icontinued their use for r1 weeks andara now a well man I knowttbey robbed the grave of another victim No ne should tail tp try them Only gCJR Guaranteed at Haydon iRobertsphs drug store BadnIl Sbado Angel who isan old pf Raider wag led beforbthe jud ire to be sentenced for retailing llqubr without paying thq special tax Judgfj Evans give the CODj thLtJ mar u thrp leciuru J NEWSLEADFR I swnttlat he tu urn Lhtf trpass a heavy ItUlI is Angel had so of tea violated le statute ThaI page jin viewi of r tile fact thatl this was his first toinviction Sin e Judge Barr h adii Anger off withretired let s xIt months in tIe county jail 500 fine but promised a heavyI penitentiary sbntencQ should Angel be uonvicjted again Aogel was so please with his sentence that he bpw d profoundly and Bid Tnauk you I1dgeI0John Watson and Paul Miller were given iwo years in the at Nashville t stale penitentiary for breaking iinto and robbing a postofficeiiLouisvnio Oommer ICltDo not got scared If your heart troul bles you Most likely you8Ufler Iromj tIIgestsout st macb perfctj ret It is the only preparation knovn thut completely di goats all classes of tooth that is whyit cures the worst crises of Indigestion abd stomach trouble after every thing e1ai has failed It uiav bo takonln alt conch 4j ticns and cannptfliolp But do you good HaydonRoborpon Lebanon Court Day Auctioneer Thompson reports large crowd iin town last Moniay county court aYiThorewas a good decnau4 for cattle but fnJ i1rQnumbr for sale Sanders bought five long year ling steers ac 2690 per heaa sis yearling steerS wore sold to D K Lawrence at 523Or head tlree nice shorthorn heifer calves wore bought by T W Avritt at17Jeach There was also a roaiJy sale for horses which brought good prices There were inore mutes n th market than at any previous court day rbcentlyV but few sales The bqyer held foV lower prices and the seller for higher pri esPhil Thompson bought pj1ILM1Eoof AlUeton for 4fenry Bradford of Bradtords ville one extra good horse mule at v35 also ofi George Clements off Fredericktovfn one same atI 250 Lebanpn Enterprise CASTOR IIA For Infants land Children The Kind YouHayo Always Boughttt soars ole Ignat1r9of I l FInHerdoCattIe The fair this year will offer attractions that hav0 never been seen at any fair in Texas From the number of spaces taken in the live stock department this portion of the Fair exhibits will be an extraordinary attraction to farmers and stocknien The bes stock in the country will be here on show I J KipiberUn the well known ranchman and stock raiser of Sherman will have his herdhere Tma herd was gotten in shape by Mr Kitnberlin to betaken to the Worlds Tair at Paris bpta line male weighing 2600 pounds one of thj finest specimens of bovine kind in the worldr d thf jist before the tme to start start for Paris and the exhibit Was not taken The restof tIeborl will bo seen here Mr Kiiiberlin has several yearlings thaTWeigh 1800 pounds Nat Edmond on the breeder Of line hogs at Jjjherman has en J gaged twentysix pens for bis exhibit it the Fcir tnd jibe finest tt attractions in thatliuo will be on display He willsfitiw some fine Durocs Jersoyst Poland Chinas dBkhjbreddsDeniso Herald The Mr Kim erlh mentioned is a Washington county mall Hai was born and Iiyed until ho was1 eighteen years fold ou the farm of Mr James Creor ocb half countYJ1Ii berlin anti of Mrs Sidney rreen of the Texas neighborhood Notifee of Sale By Virtue of a warrant from Hon ChasE Snjyp USOo Jlector of Internal Revenue Lqu jFville Ky I hereby olTor for sile thQreal estate of Ben F Lolvin near Willisburg Wash Ii iii gton county Ky containing acres more or less and adja rIctnt North to the land ofrr E Wilson irrIlvoyFJernl1 on the EaSIto satisfy ethe Govorpment for r1taxrSdU of 115599with 5 per cent ancosL SalQto4ake place the premises October i9 1900 1qn about 1 pm R C SPEED 1 l Deputy Collector This the 19th day of eptomber 1900 Feelings of fiafotv pervailo bo house hold that ices Quo Minute Cough Cure the only hnpiulosa rdinody that prOduc jtmmottlate rnsults It io infallablol f coui colds cronp nnd nil tlroauuul luift inublos Ii Will pfoyont IOn ump Uuou 1L r rBLooiF soiiQ fjoieoahaaymntoiuIiutUre F EInepalnaltclilncaa Douttrustwhenibackedbyhave been already cured byour2EW METHOD TREATMENTforovcr2oyears and no return of the dlaeise No experiment W thkxfot a ijatch apbut a po3 cure Tho worst caasa DEBILITYI fall pimples blotches and t4cz d1appear the nerres become strbtig utecl so that nervousness basidainsaand despondencydlsapew the become bright Ithe facc fail and clear enU rcturpa to the body anti the notal phYlllco1 and stz e1 systeI13 lro InVI1Oratcd nil dranS cuae11O more Tltal waste front the systeni The vaxtoua organacconiemtaral arut mul1 You feti out wf aman and kuow zuarriage cannot be a aiiiuC Willinite the aflictad to consult conMcntla1y an h faWeItco of charge Dont let quack ned lrarobou of year harc1eornt4- fI STONS SYPHIIIS GLE5BT STRICTURE VAiICOCZLEKIDNEY and p 1ADDER DISAS azt1aU diaeaze peculiar to men a4woaienCnrta U1 flm RRAllBR Art yon a ctlm7 liars yoaloat hope Are eont HpltUij marriage Has yOur blood been diseased Hare yoa any weak COIiII1tISiIfreeliouiatterwltoCharllCSreaionable Uaolifree The Golden Monitor lUnttratec1 on D1zescaef f 1men Dlteasfes of Womca TUctW es qi Sin Varicocelc Stricture and Gleet sent Frea sesledr No aadlclno sszrl r 0 9 No nataes en boxes tr inveJopes CverftJft MnfiiwitltJ QuetUon lltnnd Ccsi of Transient FREE Icr Home Cura fflk ORSIKEKNEDY KEAN d28 WALNUT ST CIHCIHNATI ono v a TftrH W SPRINGS t Frpm Our Special Correspondent Mr James Dennis of Sparrow Ky died Friday o typhoid youngaman jest in the tjiloom f youth The remain vrerelnterjed in the Fairvievv cemetery He had been niarried about two months There was a double wedding at the home of Jas 3 Kays JBundav Miss Dora lays and Mr Emna Parr ftand1 issjPaul ina Kays and Mr Eras us Woh ner being tho contrac ing par ties Rev J A Sims officiated May they lead long and happy lives There was a Yerkes and Mc Kinley Republican clu j organized at Tathaui Spring school hoUse Wednesday nigl t with a membership of forty wiiicn will be morethan double at the next meeting Nr Dedman yas elect ed president and Mr RjEV Fos ter secretary Ringing resolu tions were adopted condemning the present Democratic admiiris tration and endorsing tie dandi dacy of Mr Yerkes for governor and McKinley and lioosevelt for president and yicepjesident Mrs 0 0 Foster Masj arcade and Miss Ada visited irie nome of Mr Edward Dean Su dare IIMr John Colvin bou ntt QOOO pounds of tobacco frcin Jesse Cole for 300 Rev WJC Yaocoy coiiimenced prOtracted mofttino1 at lAn iocb Monday night itMrr Gabriel Clark of ndtha has bought out Mr FU Catney and Me Richard Gate Price 2l00 I oooom frl 00 lfO WINE Of CARDUIWi 1h brought panaanerit relief to a mil lion suffering women who were in their W7t0 pTt1at4TO revee Jrp was fast deelluing in health Wine IquroInnie of falling ot tho wojnl hen orthtra and profcio xnenatruatlph The weekly appearance of the mcnsesfortwo on phYIIfcuway Then came the trial ot lee of Cardnl aijcl the cure Mm Mi shellsexperience o1lghtto commend iDe of Cardul to lutforlntc women in words of burning eloquence WffiorAi1j iatrlthta tho reach of all Wonien who tr relieved Aek your tiruggist for ltfr bottle of Winoof Carrtnljanu Jo not ake a oubstitute It tendered yon Yrs Willie Mkchell South Oniton KCs Wlno of Cardul and Tbcdfordt DUck Drsuibt have perforated a entraculOni cure itt cue I had been a grethuflerer with falllnir of the womb and Ieuorrflca menlel ceO every woetjor two month ana wore rery palatal Mr hnt OfpCanSl1lIDd Iii aeI reulrthg addreJl IUIptOmsne udJea mentMtc1ps co chattaeQoes Bardstown Locals From Tlio Record n McOlure Brdbe lustlingl hucksters of High prove sbip ped to tlQuis iillG wee before last fltteen hundred dozen chIck- ens on new goniT is big load of ponltry was g thqred up in N lson Laruo anci Green counties and was sold at 7 cents per pOund gross This is said obe largest load of d m stic Jowlsover hauled into Ld lisylllo- YcsteMay was County pourt day A big crowd waslin tcjwn tasirnof property sold ocu the Equdre bifortalking about the barbecue and tll arc OiL tJ tlIID1t aJjj cratic gathering from the towns and from the hillsides Ton miles around The first Quarterly Meeting of the Methodist Church for this coulerence year wijl bo held on next Saturday and Sunday A large congregation should greet the newSPrestding Elder Rev J W Le sas he is considered one of the most able divines of tbd M Ey Church Let every one attend Mr Arthuj Watspa and Miss Eliza Sho alter were married at the Courthouse oh last Sunday at noon by JudgeF E Daugh erty in the presence qf a number of frienjls Mr Watsou is employedat the Brdstowb Boi ler Mills and iis an honest and upright man The bride bails from DeatsviUe and has a large number of friends who wish them well To stlmnlftto a eIugg1shLtc Banish BlUlnusnosa Disperse Dyspepsia Preyeut S and Nervous Headache Dr il A Simmons Liver Meulcine WILLISBURG From our Regular espsndent Ware haying most delight fuPautumn weather at this time ahd the farmers are pretty well through seeding The protracted mCetingat the Christian church hero conducted by Elders Couch end Allen was one of the most interesting that wo have had for a number of years jSdventeen were added to- thehuich FM Carney sold his farm of 50 acres for 600 dash and Mr Dick Carey sold his farm of 7p acres fdr 1200 These farms purcbaR Ai Breckinridgo has re turned to his home in Illinois alter a very pleasant visit Jo his oldKentucky home and hb many friends here Mrs Gillispio of this place is very loW with typhoid fever Mr George Tyrep and Miss Sallie Hardin wore married Sunday eveiingattio homo of the brides father BONT FORtZZFIT wothenlyhealth regitladtywomen It cures inflammation ulcer aUon awl female weakness It soothes dElvesIappetite and refreshing sleep It makes childbirth easy and nursing moOiers wilt find in it a strength giv ing Ionic Iax rite Prescriptio i contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine nor other narcotic notorlctyMn writes Q worlforPellets Over a year ego I tufTn td terribly for nearly four fireeka with prolapnu and weak After using one bottle of Favorite Pre l weUlf Hye eta thnts for than four year and find It liai no eqoali Free Dir Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers sent frte on receipt of ai onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only In cloth binding1 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce BnOalo N Y7 IIACKVILLE 4 From our Regular Corrbspohdon J D SveOncyeold 50 jiusheljl of wheat jto D G Cogarf of Hnt rodsbiargiat 50c a buslieV Died on the 4th Mrs Chnstlno Graves in lien 75th year of con sumption of the bowels after a slior ilTcf A few reinr JI aItL e FALLI1FF i S iNEYl r f AT l MJUA PR1CS Latest Sty1s Best Values rJ r jJust What the People Wartft t1 5 l DRESS GOODS j i r t JC 1 l 2 iiJf11D00 tIW l rER UNDERWEAR FoMen f W Women and Children all gradesrM d at r r rfJan Right PrICes Mens B018 and ipBr Ci6thigI- 2 tlBoysIChfds wOol Suits 2worth 3ChIlds Vestee Suits with sUk vetsomethingentireynew l1d nobbiMens and Boys PV3l2CoqtslaUsWIeSt V and prices J = J SHs1 rlio We have Worked iIIour Shoe atobk iup topevlection as an evidence of it we area dpingtbe Shoe JourEv0 Marc Bros Co Womes boes nade by ri J nticJc iiic1 We are m king uusl ffdki V Apleasearid X4ues thjs season and ate stillr offering speoialvinduGements it CASH Buy rs9ur casi prices consist of I ArtPotteryBric if Ciinimigha i Ducan3 jS r f Klltuckyi Great TrotssfV LEXINGTON bOTOBER 2cT9q13- f 7rOOJjff IiNSSTAKfeS AND PURSE Tile V Iorlds1 Bestt Raceotigti mfi ij The 116000fFUUrItyTu s9ay Oct 2 The 5000 Tmrislylvariia yjtiirsday Oct 4 the 5000 2yrold Eujurity Wed Oct The aOQO Tennessee Tuesday Qct i2 The 3ooo Walnut HallCup Monday Ot 81 iThe3ooQ Ashland Monday ocf8F triai COncstbyYebersFathousJ3and R P STOLL Prest dI W WILSON Secy vjore mathS at the cbristian QYRevthe remains were interred in EJotSrs iemetery BrtYShewmakor sold a mqe htJriso to R At Dodd of Wilmore fcr100 L F Yankee sold a bunch of 65 pound boat to J B Petsr at ftc a pound und bought a calf or PIca WilkTerson for 1650 Wilt Math rly boughta horse fqr i5 Jpr H MatlIerlso1d asowand four pigs to John Gillispio for 3 iWillham Co boughtof Prentice Moyos his crop of tp4 bacco consistiugOf 3000 stIcksat 6 els a stick Sweeney Brown of color b ught a horse of Porter fiillI fo45 and also sold ont forB5i iWatts Bottoms sold ahorse to Cyles Litsey of Taplow for 53 jJames Cochran bought a btehof stock ewes of JBPeter at 1 50 per headJ jWill Bottoms sold a cow and calf Jo Walter Shaw maker at- M V i V oston hdw111TutneyoL McComb III after scvarAl wtjeks v itt relatives jhavo re tufned homo J Miss Emma Cox on a oour m6st cbartting young Indies lIbft last week Ion Lexingtyn wliera sh0 will attend Vchool t tqV T Peter and ROyJt Pay ton attended the circus ai Lebanon Tiibsday IPl r spJ11tr swol1Ings and llatnetioss there is hotolDpsovgo aaiChaniboralps PuinBalin pry it PoraipbyUadoa Itobat6cmd111SsiIlU To prevent conaumJ1 on qutc1t1y curl throat and lung trouMcs with Or0 Slli r t vull eUf Uti lf A lr bcrlsc c F iJBiI i IttlCR TXEs1AnceiiIytrIlIonMONDAY OoDd 9O ttho s moeigcbuntycojirt l for Bale totlje higheBtaBd b tbM4er tfor cash the following deacrib djwii o erty or eoTmnch thereof rjriB i nthfj tho taxes a id costa due miM iliWiJ from the persons in wkcw a- proportyis MM MM lllsted for Mxe fWi Mtf years and amounts sot oppoM tfcrnamoo t i oravnlt Dzsrz IJ 8 Logan to aaiowttsujcosts on land for tWyt HlM M4 1900 i us M 8PRINOFIXLD D1PoIinb- crtBucaman to aititaa- ndoeta JIon town1ot foe yiNJS9D and iwo LlfN15xELLYB se 1 1MraFDnfeiltaiea andl corts oi l MJifIi69gand180 AT Bellamy to amoHnt of ti itii costs on land 6r year 18V flflt i- B T Arnold Admr H JUJtiNMi i amount of taxes and eoflie MMl for yoara 1694 ir MM V 3 iiB rt t9a credit of ill A tiI toLoJnD It S t4 Henry Davison to aoet4i iand east Qn town 1809andl900 Porsosii awing bak kxs y a4IasQuxitfr tUead Yt t tI fl iea1ltT M sIClean bloo4 a k beauty without itl Ciaacu cUa clean your blood Md lw tirrjhg up the lazy livwr puritica froM the banishh andthat Cascarethbeautyk fbmO tqfits satisfaction Uihlfcrvawiirtl TtaNii write tilavoknbwn Dr1rtA feb Jji it clnaT years It Is a good iedkto Itturea ciamp in Stptch sad leriild 4ver rbrltttfl It la a touch better jcctll jno thanZcllcifs tndblacL Draught i IJRji BURT B RESIOENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED wiThcUT PAIN I OinoJagM Block tip stairs SPRINGFIELD KY a4Aiil Dentil Work Strictly Firstclawr l SSELL1JOS B PHYN OUEQN orcL xouRS 9 toiJuSc ami 7 to 8 P HJ CFFIOE AT RESIDENCE t HlBER H HeRD y pflST moE BtnLDD1t rnent1yiocat- IipitNGmtDriI DR J H LAMPTONf 1 OFFJdE r iOIlBOpera IIOUSe li J DR J IOOK SPltINGFIKLDKY t QF OEDrtRinehJirts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit a Dank Office hours 12 to 2 p m BC CRAYCROFTi vt DENT STfr ft f aydJfi BarbersC pjPIELDXY W iLAYROOKE Law- soritc Sp lUtteiition gives to the cal IpbUom ot BOtH awl aoconnta Otic e with WOMcOhord SPR1NGLDXYs l v4 TWBRINEHART I ATTORNEY AT LAVy 0 over POp13S BUaffMC BEKINGFIELD KY Tranter f Wagon KUNBY i S E CLEMENTS Headquarters at Cottons Under ndIarnitare Storetaking I desire te notify the jmbllo that 1 prsparcdtod0 all kind of hauling SpTecUbattontion given to Delivering trunks ani msvins ho ehol eleps1o111 or leave orders SJgtt 8 L OLEMKNTS i e Kentnfcky Hurseries Of Deatsville bve been trans ferred near Louisville on Bards towa pike where their increasing business can be carried on with l mush more ease VacUities bfeins better every way All communication should be ad dreaeedt02 BooEG4RDINER Mg- rIefttuckyNuriery Co Louisyille Ky it r Snnj Slo e Snrsery We havas finnan assortment of trees ornamentaland fruIt shrubs fdr delivery this fall as can De Prices reasonable we replace ortwo years all that dtf Wesolicit yoUr orders WO ELLIS Agt- MooresvilleKy WILLS HALL Prop PjkeCountyMO Keat F r1he Bewcls No matti wbtala you headache to a cancer you will never get well until ynnr bowels rroutrjght iASOARET- rr help nature cuie you without grlpo oi or pain produce easy imtural move hwnts cost you Just 10 tots to start i getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathartic genulncpHtup iin Metal poxes every tabl tII1CC P taJDooo Jr Beware otlmlWtTous I WTEivOrAtTrustwOrtLv Per sons in tnznnage onr business la their own aud HMrby cuun ties Tlt la mainlv ofilce work conducted atflome Salary ttrifRlitieeOMyear and expenstdrihIJltobOftilfllinOl more no Jcse salary Monthly f75Rorer ences Enclose folfaddreswtl SUuipptl envelope HcrlipH K Ucss TrcsU 1J y partuidnt Ml Chicago jJ rwt Iofu 1 E c r C = cEieIi fEr CiEi EeC EE e o a ABOUT TOWN ia- M 51 IJ J03 saaaaasaasaa 1saaaaa t2saasagsaaaaaa MiUinery opening Saturday October 6 atMrs Kate Williams j Superior wheat drills are the best For sale by Thompson Lake Seed lyeandj the best seed wheat for sale by Thompson Lake Fashion Sheets showing the latest Bntterick Patterns are given away by Mcphord Robertson We sell and recommend Beads Fertilizers for fine wheat G D ROBERTSONiSON W F Neikirk spoke at Cor nishville Saturday last to a large crowd on the political issues ofI the day and in behalf of tha Re publican ticket j Waltons Fertilizer for wheatI t has been tried and found i suitable for this soil Thompson Lake have it for sale in any quantity jtMy selection of pattern hats and millinery goods is prettier and cheaper this fall than ever before rMRS KATE WiLLIAMSE Mr S B Thompson is the proud owner of another fine Cheater Dare1 colt which arrived few days ago Mr Thompson thinks it wtUmakeaprize winner For ty six y qarLng and two year old ewes a1d one Southdown buck for sale Price 425 forc ewes and 1Q for buck Call at ircuit Clerk lJoffic9 Spring field Ky Terms easya NOTICEI have or sale a house and lot at Polin This iis n excellentlocation for a blacksmith t LaM to cultivate can be- ecured W F GRIGSBY Maple Hiliy Th4t rick Patterns for Novem her are now on display at Mc Chard Robertsons There are very novel effects andJ ladies should not fail to visit the Paper Pattern Department LOST OR STRAYED On or bout September 27th from my placetwo miles north of Spring field 23 young turkeys with tip Of tail feathers slightly clippe i Rewardfor their recovery VB H YOUNG A SURE rHING7It is posiJ tively true that a housewife who takes a copy of The Delineator in sure of full value fOr her money You can buy the No ember number at McCbord Robortsons I wish to soil my farm of 418 acres located three miles from springfield pear Mackyille pike Will sell all or half at a reasonable price and on reasonable terms For further particulars call oil G C WHARTOg G 0 CAMBRON T W Simms Jr of this place spoke at Bardstown on Monday last Mr Simins fol lowed Mr John Marshal who spoke in behalf of the Republi dan ticket and the Bardstown paper speaks wellbf Mr Simms speech and of his reception tnere LOST OR STRAYED From farm of E S Mayes on Pleasant Run on or about Sept 27ili a solid black heifer witu horns about four inches long She will weigh about 700 pounds Re ward for any information leading to her recovery E S MAYES Ta1 Post office Springfield Ky Indications are tfyat a big crowd from this place will take in the excursion to Louisville Saturday to attend the big rally in honor of Go v Roosevelt The train will leave here at 1 oclock in the afternoon and will start back that same evening at 1130 or after the speakiog The fate Iwin be only one dollar for the round trip Hon John W Lewis spoke at Lawreoceburg Saturday to a large and enthusiastic crowd of Republicans Mr Lewis siys that the Republicans of Ander son are hard at wonk and it looks as if they will carry the county this time On next Saturday Mr Lewis is announced to speak at Harrodsburg and on Monday he jpinstjio party that is to escort Gov Roosevelt through the State t wheatcropsiuse Reads Alkaline Bone j u DAKOBFUTSON SON A Great Success The dramatic entertainment given at the Opera House on last Friday evening was a great success financially and other wise The new Opera House was well filled every seat on the main floor being occupied The audience Was evidently welt pleased with the performance as the frequent outbursts 6f applause demonstrated The entertainment opened with a little farcain one act entitled Peace at Any Price in which Miss Mattie Robertson and Mr John J Crotty took the parts and represented characters whose careers abounded in funny situ ations Tile play of Diamonds and Hearts which was the prin cipal feature of the program was entertaining and the parts worea1iweli interpreted The story as to1ctiy the play is quite interesting afrd affords chances for some good acting The young folks who took part carried the piece well and deserve the highest praise Miss Nellie Reedy whfr appeared as Bernice Halstead quite captivated the audience with her handsom stage presence andnaturai acMng Louis Cain as Abraham Barnes or flub kept the audience in con stant ood humor and Miss Allie Hill played the part of Mrs Halstead as well as could be desired Charles Greene made a good lover as Dr Burton and Jim Cheshier as Sammy the coon was all right The villains part in the play was well talc n are of by Mr James ClemeLts Misses Mattie Robertson and Lydia McElroy were ptetty and- ttractiveas two girl companions of BernicQ The small char acters of sheriff ndattorney were well taken care of by Messrs Crotty and Hamilton Robertson Between the pxjts Miss Bevil saugas did Miss Jennie McCabe and little Miss Mary Haydon gave a recitation all of which were good and elicited much applause The gross receipts of the entertain mont were about 8154 which win go for the benefit of the Catholic church Notice Tobacco CrovcTS Lwish to inform the shippers etna growerS of tobacco ot Wash ingfonj JNelsop Marion and Boyle counties that thave made an arrangement witk the Buck ner Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville Kyto solicit con sigmnentS of tobacco to them and will be prepared to make reasonable advances and furnish casks etc to4artie who desire them to ship tobaccototbe Louisville market and I will mak it a point to call and seas many ofthe shippers and farmbrs asI possibly can between noV and the time of shipping And I would like for all of my friends who have5 tobacco that they will likely prizq to remember ine when they get ready to ship My Post Office address for the present fill be Polin or Spring fied The house that 1 repre sent iis an Independent HoUse and own their own warehouse property ana have been engaged in the Warehouse business tor 80 years and will assure all who may ship tto them courteous treatment and prompt and best efforts to get them good prices for their tobacco 334m W S Y GOODLETTJ Good Business FOP Sale In order to settle up a partner ship tha firm of Marks Green CoVhavi gldissolvedl the lumber planing mill and coal business will be offered for sale The entire stock ol dressed and roughs lumber all the ma chinery of the mil and every thitig pertaining to the business will be sold This is a fine opening for the rJgbt parties This is the only planing mill and lum ber yard in the town and good money can be made out of it if properly managed PossessionS can be given at once ther particulars call on or ad dres MARKREENCO Springfield Ky D6ntbe deQeived or humbugged by people who claim the discovery of some hithertb unknown herb or root in Bwamys or on some mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney or bladder troubles Any doctor or drug cist will tell You that such claims are fraudulent Foleys Kidney bore sim ply contains remedies that are recog nlzed by the most skillful physicians as the best for these complaints dont be credaipns or foolish Havdor Robertson i THENEWSLEAD F + W 1G Ei- SHO2S l xIIi W 1 I There is no article at dressli more essential thin the Shoei and every well dr issed person i toIthis feature of ditess TI f ti c We l1 vejjust received our fun line of v V l r lj Ladies and GeiltssIFih Shoes I J And it is to your ir terest as well asoursthat you sej them before k buying S L H I c BOOTS AND HEAVY SHOES We desire to notify our butomers thatreIiare still selling Selz Smasjier Boots and Rock Bottom Shoes YodB kuojv what they are We are lleadersfm these lihesICall and see for yourself j i Yours Bespt I Grundy Cayookoe CO c Nb 4 p Jtesottd C W Hngan was In Bard t wn Sunday 8 T In LoolBTlllei Satur day last oelaa Charles Qleaver wont to Bradfarda j vUleSunday Mr G B Cnnningham was In Leba non Tuesday Mr J R Marshal of poison county was In town Monday Miss Woody Moore has returned from a visit t4Bardstown i i Quito a number from hero attended the circus at Lebanon Tuesday Mr W B Wilkeradn of Bloomflbid was here Moi day On legal business Mr I H Thurman has returned from abustnesa trip t Jackson Ky Mrs P C leaver and daughter Miss Rose we rep Lebanon Tuesday Judge and Mrs CR McDowell of Danylllo were hero the first of tho week Mr Charles Greene visited friends in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Sunday t Mrl Einmptt McElroy of Kansas City la here this week for a vIsit to his parents Mr W H Hays of Bardstown was here Saturday advertising the Roose velt excursion f P Caldwell of Louisville Inhere this week arid ba been attending court at Lebanon Mrs 0 RI McElror Is ai the Mc Ohord Infirmary Lebanon under the care of Dr McOhord The fourqta brooke brothers went to JTelson ount Sunday to see their mother who e qoitoetck with typhoid fever j son W PJ Hays of Bloomfield Vas here the flrsti oUho week Mr Hays is contemplating Becoming a cltixen of this county Mr 0 O Thompson a young man born in this Bounty hut now of Platte burg Mo and Clerk of the Circuit Court at that place is bore this week for a visit tofrelatives Administrators Notice All perjsops having claimsl against thje estate of Mary A Powell deceased are hereby notified to ipresent the same to me properly proven and tho same will he settled Persons indebted to the estate are also notified to come forward and settle Q MAYES IsAdministrator rRELIGTOWN llFrom 01f Keguiur Coi respondent Mrs Lila Buckman has Icer turned frbma Visit to Meade county Mrs Lizzie Adams was called here last Saturday by the serious illness of ber nephew Leo Cecil Miss Georgia Thompson is a pleasant guest at Circle Bend Dr Ray Filjatreau is visiting bis father near here Mr Thomas Blandford au eldI Burg boy has returned to his home in thecity after a pleas ant visit to relatives and Irilends Mrs S J Hamiltons new house will soon be ready for oc cupancy Tbe Burg is on the boom two new buldugs goirgup Ir MLHILLcJFr- om Our Regular Corr Spout Misses Martha and Grant Hays have to Louisrvil ie Missqs Ollie and diaj Gray were at Litsey Friday Mrs E A Smother and little sons Estel and JoLnny have gone to Grayson coo ity to visit friends and relatives Mrs Edith Williatis ot Mill ersbur is spending thdweck here cDr T D Williams of Bards town is at the bed idej of his Brother Mr James A Williams this week Mr James Marshal of String town was herePridaji Mr George Selton f rays a county is here tkis weak Mr Redthan Grlgbyias re turned fro m Louisville wnere he underwent a surgicel operation for tumor t Miss GraceTTardin f Tatham Springs hasbeen visitngher Sister Miss Tussle Ht thin Miss Lulu Gokencolpier has gone to Mr Billie ul Jams to assist Mrs Pullram ir tW mull nery store A Civil Liberty Cl ab was of ganized at Polin Saturday night Squire Nimfod Hendi en Assisted m the organization W B Bar low was elected President John Cheatham Vice Prjssident F M Strange Societary Will Walls Treasurer ThIs iis a strong organization Dwnd bids fair to be toe strongest club in the county tTho boat method of else latng the liver tho usa of tho 1801 lit Itttlo pills known kaDoWIttLittt Early Riaeri- Easy to tao jnover grit ilaydbu d lloberUion Hoism We oOfer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward qannotduied bo FJ CIIENBYCO Pr ips Toledo 0 tWo tho undersigned hivo known F Cnonoy for the lost 15rears and be liove Jiim perfoctly honoiablo in alt bus Incslr transactions and mianc ally able to carry out tiny obllga Liont made by theirllrni W EST t TTOAX Wholos lo Druggists KINNAN t M Whole isale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Curb Is taken Internally acting directly upon the iooa and mu couq surfaces of the syatcm frlcp 75c fter bottle Sold by all D ugglsts Toa timenials free MOORSVILIJE From OU1 RcJ11C1r ort spondos3t J M Wallwaselctedscho l trustee in district No 8 A much needed rain felljast Sunday cbnsequentlirwlieatsbwr ipg will go on at a rapid ratev this week Some of our neighbor Plat- tend tiho barbecue at Birdstown next Saturday Other will go to Louisville to atterjdthe Roose velt speaking IIWallace SeaYpid a flying visit near Bardstown lit Satur day He Ws accompanied back by onq of Washingion county s fairest daughters Will Boblett sold frhi4 farm to Sam Tingle for 90C PpssessiQn gvon December 25t i iODO j J We Attended Squire Hendrens court at Polin last Saturday Quito a large crowd was present Several cases were disposedof easefthatWJ Bablett and T J Settles growing out of defendants bogs destroying plaintiffs Corn bats and potatoes After a few rain utes deliberation by the jury they gayefi verdict mfayorof defecdanta W Fv Gngsby ap peawd for the plaintiff Thede fondants plead theIr own casej Miss Sallie Ross is teaching school l atPin A storm phrty arriyed at the home Of Miss Lbpse Settre Satj urday night Among those present were Misses Mattie Tucker Daisy fehaunty Halhe Della an 4 y rtIe Croako Ida Virgin May Bodine JoUle acd NellieAni jdrews Ada Barnes Amanda Siscd Boitha BessiejandLouiafej Settle Melsrs Will Keightlyj George Andrews Frank Lewis Hubert and Will Virgin Luther Bubjitt Burr Grume Tom Reed Edd Goatley Lewis Hamilton and Toni Claruston Refresh ments were served at 10 oclock and the crowd dispersed at 12 AJljreport a delightfull time Miss Louise Settle visited her home Saturday and Sunday ac companied by Misses Ada Barnes and Amanda Sisuo LztsMonday a mad dog bit a boy und five dogs near Bloom held It then went by Chaplin and lauded near MooresviNei Lato in the evening it bit eight or ten dogsnear ooresville I wai finally killedby Will Moor Tuesday morning Our neighbbrs are laying in their winters supply 6 coall The HoallhReatoror and HoalthMaln tamer Dr ttIA Simmons Hver Med cine Strengthens thoKcrvot makes yon Plump aud comely ad Enriches tho coPt plexibn with natures choicest crlors No other pillB can lequal DeWltVa Llttlir Early Risers for promptness certainty and efficiency Haydon Robertson Why tjAn exchange propounds th following queries Can you answer any of them You can any day see a wnite horse bujb why is it you never see a whil colt How many kinds of trees grow in your neighborhood and wbtdoesauiid a cow eat forw rdWbidoes atoopyine always wind one way anti a bean vine the otherf Where should the inside of k chimney be the lurgestat this top or bottom and why Can you tell why a horse tetheroji with a rope alwaysQunravels l while a cow twists it into knots lWny do leaves turn upside dow f jusibefrfre a rain What re thg length of a horses bead js it AS long as a flour barrel WhBJfr animalB have no front teeth and ykyr r Tnj4 ia tb6SAnson when mothers nfo Tarrocd on account of croup ftls quickly qvred by One MlputcCough lure vhltfj phlldrbn lit o to tabo Haydon Robortjon Dr M X Simmons Liver iloiliclno ji a greatly benefited others andis a80dabjy certain tu ydu 4Trv It aui t 4- it JsirsrI I c14 4f4fjj tic 5jliiiI ItsI th both s1hatinat thinuui And we have the CLOTH BUY THE GELEBRflJED i nTTiinllipMADE BY IN ft STROUSE Bh1QSi h We cad fit you i t Even If j ajrJ t J1k 1 1iJ You are long and tfiihr rrrr k Ior Short and Fat i McClord RobOOtSo 3t T T 1 JNOY MA ES JOHN AIM1 MAYES 8IMMi- lildortakors ifi i a tj Fnrnture DMl Carry a full line of fine Fr- nitiirfe Bedroom Suits JJbj Kbcking ChairsCarpe rl id Picture Frames r 1JQnr DndeMmg Department ig 41t4t tF Is Complete in every detail A J Cofiha Caskets and Buxia1IRobes a1WaysQu hand Calls r answer1JromptlyflMain St X Spri sine dJ K t j y Ie0 Lead jle PfocesstofB vvv Witli Buggies JPheatops Sirfttt- reys and Driving agons wftijch you will find st iclly firc1as and uptodate We keep a ware house full of VeMeles frornhIch one may a selection to suit oniit taste and poeketboqlt t t V Ji 1 f We also beadle the Old gai lig1f gon pile of thel est in the world t L McCOBMIC MACHISEa i9 t i P1ws and a11kindsofFarningImpjeme6 FEED A F SEEDSI THOMPSON LALE J IKYv CARTWRIGTSCIU KI From Oar Regular tiMrs Annie Riney h5s to Kansas on a Vi4t to horipdrQnts MrJB Oarrlco pold a mute Bob XcItitirafor35 BdrnfrTo the wife ot J Rfqti Smith on the5tbaboy iC1 Misses Nora and Jul1ltwe- reviStttng MarY nntJfje Ca rJO Sunday eyeqicg Tiiusday Mr LJt Madden1of Marion uouDl wasovfi to obis best t J t CASU FOR GltAff j t t SPRINGFIELD ll CorrcspojUk ww girlSuridy4SMr 34eo and wfro vlsitiki ftI tsnsnnday J fferraIor our oUof wero visiting in Marl Sunday ThercBctinN to up tiltrJWtUoii iuYrtoO ar bny lQf ti r- tnbticcI ftt trillion T811 Allrcoit a grani litre M v AlbeitIii iiti toafbt LGrseltt wot k ju ti5 JT-I Washington lift t ul CorreipondenL ICafWMtos Octofeer5 1900L 1berekai tan wwtber turn of f ifr dtiiii M kidewioscoipe anct now itwy UUii poUts g a peace fill isiiant with Ck1ns by tbe POnHt Lbratotidopend at aeiioo by tfoi government aa4 tbe ac4 alf taken in that dtrIom LL1id in awakening Ua oifeer pajfiirs to the necessity 4 torkmtayH of concerted aotton1 Jf a bwr vu to be averted sod ttwiswf sal to support pro- pttoia4e in turn by Russia jrenjMpijr and France showed tbatllt woiWUpa easy The Chi BMHI government added mate Yialir to the chances for a diplo- m4tict settlement when it ordered Ibs punishment of Prince Tuan aid other prominent Chinese of ficial known to have been llarge ly mponsible for the Boxer up rifting arid its hiaeous atrocitIesj 4ithereby strengthened ttee position the United States bM ocevpitd from the first that the Utoidese Empire should note dismembered and made it Er for the other powers to eOJH arousd to the same posii tibC SecretarT Hay will not gay irbt las been done or with be doM by the powers although HickBOwn that ne has impor tant oraation on tbe subject iftformatipQ that has brought rsail to the laces of all the of AciaiV in JFashington from the President down because itindi Iconcerted action on the pert of the powers in negotiating with Obina amd that the nego tiatiou will be along lines in kespibg with0the declaration of J oar polity It is a coincidence that the Pmidwts fortnightly visits to WacbiogioB since he has been at Canton have invariably been accompanied by favorable nev 9 from or about China Probably no man m Washing toRadr thoroughly enjoys the feaag ia Ihe tenor of tbe news from Chins than the Chinese MiateUr to thlUnited States Ofto wore he looks the oldtime 1na iimgr moonfaced Chinaman b ras before the Boxer troubles hcK aa Fdr months he haunted the Department of State in starch of mews with care knft dread plainly imprinted upoji Jus countenance Although he Barer asked for t t Ing those m Dt protectiQndurI HJfeJfjitioa watched night andj day oy policeman in citizens Tbkitb ts NJW Mr Wu feels tf good that he wants to swap jokes 4 iriib everybody he meets Bro biythere has never been a Presidential campaign in w ic- helIIbu slid npc play a part on both sides and never will be as the politicians have long ago recognized the truth of Barnums assertion that the people liked to be humbugged In fact itiiis likely that BrBumacqulred the knowledge which he turned into oney from the politicians dur ing soaie bygone Presidential 4iplgn Certainly in no cum palsn was humbug ever more prominent on both sides than in the pVesent one In every d re- cAt1on Democratic speakera and writers tare declaring that with the reelection of McKinley Will core the end of the republic When theyknow that it is a hum bug while Republican speakers aidwriters ard saying thatdryl TMii election will spell ruin for tha c5untrv when thor know it is humbug This country will i o right along being a republic tpJLke end of the chapter and it1 is too big and great and rich to b ruined by the election of any man to be president The Union Veteran Union held their fifteenth annual encamp Client In Washington this week alto the Womans Veteran Relief Corps There were 111 loom mands represent d by nearly BOO delegates4The meetings of loth were held behind closed f4oors in accordance with the r r bylaws General RG Djren OommanderlaObief special reception at the White Hdase in honor of the veterans jjeompaeymg lathes WsLIt copelitQ talking about 4 Xlreatec Americ It Col Jere piab H Dayil Of Tenn cer taiily ptia a strong bid for the cbaeipioMbip aiedal when he said a group of Washington jruThe iiia0 is coming whe Washington will be the Mat c4jOTeriMBeat of the whole I Weekra Hemisphere 9hIs will flOfflfi abojit I think by gradual rolotio The United States wUl MB X Canada first and govern all territory north of th Riote The Spanish spealr ia opks pf Mexico a dth Cenlral d South America Sttb will find it to their advan la e to coinbina UDder one gqv l I ernment None of tfeis Vill be brought about conquest but tho spirit of the age is ibr COmbina tion and weak nations wilLfintt thathey thusoinIcto re swtthe aggressiqas of stronger powers The growing greatness of the Western Hemisphere will cause j4ll the Old World to be arrajedVii and cdmbinationsinj lelcoucteruntil North and South America become one great republic defy lug the combined forces of all the rest of the world Even Jules Verne would have found it hard to beat this in the predic tion line Postmaster General Smith d nies the charges several of which have been made that the machinery orthe PostofHce De partment is being used for parti purposes and says that any individual postmaster proven to have been g liYqf withholding or dstroying mail will be se erely punished Most of these charges are general but this week Representative Rhea of Va made one that was specific and asked that itibe mnvjestigatd He sars that iimportant political documents mailed to him from Washington haVe repeatedly failed to reacb him I A ThoU RBd Toucnes Could not express the rapture of Annie E Spnpger oi Phila del phia when Dr Kings New Discovery cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had mane ILo a burden She says4fterall other remedies and doctors railed it soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember- S before I feel like spuhd ing its praises througout the Universe Dr Kings New Dis covery Is guaranteed to cure all troubles of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed Trial bottles freol at Saydon Rbbertsonsrdrugt store Nelson Notes Prom tho Record Mr Harlan Biven and Miss Chloe McKenzie of Deatsyille Were married by Key W K Patterson In his parlor here on Wednesday Mr Bivenls well todo farmer and tho briile is one bf Nelsons bnghtestschopl JMrhome on Coxs Creek last Wednesday pf brain troublefDe cased leaves a wife and one son His remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery here on the following day Some of the turnpike roads leading into town havo not had the usual extent ibf work dona upon them this summer because of the fact that the river has all 9 along had so much water iin it that the gravel could not be reached The fall rains win most littely set in at any time and keep the river bed full The stone crushers may have to be called into that territory the roads of which have heretofore used gravel instead of broken stone lor melal The sale qf Messrs A M Hinkle and Son near Blopmfield Wednesday was largely attend ed All stock sold well Mr A L Ccdlier cried the sale in his best mrnner He reports the following prices on stock Horses ii60 to 145 cows 28 to- tOj suckling calves 1Q 22pj 1 horse innrftpnU S50 hogs aver aged ro per hundred sheep 405 head lot of yearling steers at 27 and 28 had 1 weanling Angus bull 20 suckling colt by Happy Courier Q9 KCldol yspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ItartlficJally digests tfce food and alda- Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspepsia Nausea1SIekReadatheGmtfllaCEmj3ann all otbOTJPl ultAor laiperfectdlgestlon red by E C 0 Wltt aCo Cblcago WiM8ATr Druggfsta fWOOD IHweet music appeals to the heart burdensiuStegcr Piano jon will appreciate this To reach the highest standard of ezcullence has always been this aim in the manufac ture of tbo Celebrated Steger Piano Only the best material is used InSurlnp great durability Every piano fully guararltcedi the S gertncto11e8 thoroughly equipped with tbe best ana most improved machin cry located at Stoger IIIare among tim lBrgest t fn the west InUjDdlug purcjjaseis will find It profitable to write for full descriptive catalogue which will be mailed tree upon npplica 16nirjCbi4nPntoTcur nnms With Ct carcw 7t1c17 P5A1i trcrcr sr e 1z i In Membriam- REDMrs Salilb Gist Reed was born on January 14th 1860 and departed this ifi October 4th IpOO She United with the Presbytorin ichurch at Pleas ant frrove several years before berdath of which she was a consistet member Mrs Reed was Atfaithful wife and mother She bore her affliction with for titude being sick for about five months dtfrmg which timpshe was only able to walk about her room a little Slid told her husband that she did not fear death the only tbirig she regret etl was the idetof leaving him and the dear children She was a lover of thd cTiurch andovery thing lhait pertained to Chris tianify Her desire was to return some kind act benevolence to her husband and childretj for their untiring patience and at tention during her illness Her remains were carried to the cemetery at Pleasant Grove and In tarred in the presence of a con course of relatives and friends there to await toe morning of the resurrection She lleaves a husband daughter anti two sons to mourn their loss Her face with its calm and peaceful ex pression revealed the joy 6f saviorIat the throne of God where she said aLe 7 hours before she was going to moot her baby Her beautiful hands are beckoning for loved ones to meet her May God bless the bereaved family is my prayer A COUSIN Bardstown Record please copy The editor of the Fordyille Ky Miscellaneous writes as postscript to business letter I was curedtOg FoleysjKDcntTob eco8pU sd Smoks Tocf IJfo Aipr To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mag netlc full bf life nerve and vigor taltp NoTo line tho tronderTrorlcer that makes weak moo strong All druggists or Cure guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address StorUng Jlemedy Co Chicago or Ne Xfirfc veryfh1ng The Bank of Spain holds 3000 OOP more gold now than it held a year ago In consequence of the increas ing cost of Holland oysters American oysters are coming moreand more into vogue in Germany Europohaswho in one guise or another are always on tlo lookout for suspicious pprsonso Mot of the province of Tao Ohau China underlaid with large coal beds and the coal area is said to be greater than that of Pennsylvania r The largest grapegrowing glen in the world is not the bUDODSOO3OOGGOOeOOcOQOt 0 4 c I atIE OO1 Ico tY6NII rflie1v jJt C teej c9 llltr4L IICI or SAVEYOUR l 1iotQeop1 f 0 TAQ3lI one ioodllteolzI-s 8ori1HlacacB Set KcfoForAandBpooa Salt Pepper quad Ermcb Srlsr grorad EagUia a50triple qatlttr flngar triple plate beet quality KnIfe Keen two Hatcher i U 8heanKecn KmterWnch Set Cracker and irom DriixI6OCt5Zl004551 qoalltyltD Clock Genuine eooda Genulce TOte Spoons bandIes teu r 13 T I ITIreland is the paradise f fishermen who are millionaires rII Tickets for fishing iillECg9nd t champagne district of France nor in the sunny valley of sdutn ern California for western New York owns the title by virtue of 50000 acres how given over to grape culture A recent traveler in South Africa tells of Benedictine nuns who haveunnswho have under taken not only to build their house but ev ntO manufacture the bricks Tb devoted women have already made over 100 bricks with their own hands In each beehive are a number of nursing bees who do not go out to gather honey but look afI ter the egg a certain umber always told off to ytntilate a hive These stand close to the entrance and fan stron ly with their wings An imp to be added to the soldiers licit which caq be used as ispade piekztxorsaw- and ilso jis shield for protection from bullets has been invented by the Earl of WomyasItis said that the contrivance is to be armyrATcrow m the world has been estab lished iIn Brookvillo Pa The crows eggs are hatched in an in cubator and when the birds are gvjllotined5 cents eachand are used as adorn ments bcnnojts CONSTIPATION N ri 14 ds it a time trlthoa mOD or bow not being abs to IIIJe9Uol1LCuo1tothis terrible condition dnrloc tba tlmo I did nerjthlnifl beard of butneyerfoond any relief WIm7aOUfltl I began tiring I now bays from ouo to tbroo paiiagct a day and If I 1Iurlch I would glre loom for moTcment a BiuMll Bt Detroit Ulea CANDY niot 3oQoodon OURS CONSTIPATION Jr 4spay oid1w16 S3 TTo SlOp nCol l f After ozposnro or when you a cold coming on take a doce of Foloyo Jlonoy ond Tar novor fails to atop a cold if taken in time Take nothing elac Hay Robertson It iliwoll o kuowbat DoWHta stopthoaud ski dlf and ugly wound and plioRCounterfeitoUlNdyouSeotbnt azol tfa vo drfti A Robertson 7HT floGo ona oe ge v JUST PUSED000SOO- SOOU000GO000000 i OQQOQQ a CATHAfrrro Ult1UEt gieetl- vol 1i1fidbOt Ilie c t huh Ib iutlnsIitren tcci t1iVfiestsi By K E Sit irita T W SCIIAEVKlt and E WIXXIAMH One Large Octavo Volume Over p JQlastr itloru Extro 175 By TifJ1 Ppttago Paid onltecclptol C H ILoulsvllloi Itband truthful account of tho remarkable dnuUlhm over piaoo in thIs country With a tree pen vast fund of Incident ip and rocoro tho authors have produced a fascinating volume o3 history and at tho sarao a of facts that3 will bo used aa a book of roforonco for to comofIflrUClass Agreuta Wanted For ITerritory ji4tircs THE ROBERT CUR0 CO PUSLISHEBS I Wbs 81 S8 Dd 85 East FottrtH Strobt Clttcjatiati Ohio S It 8 R333SS3S00ea3e0oeo s3Go3eosPooooooeo oo t STARAGS Star tin tags showing email stars printed pn under side of tag HotSOShooIJ rrUGo LucMt brosa Bow and Drununond Natural Loot Tags are of qqual valutrln scouring presents mentioned below may bo assorted Every man woman and child find something on tho Ust thofc they would like to haveand can 1aEEI blade Childs sad set one etch rapleolatoonwtilamctaL Wood Pipe zor Kolfo ptoto best Bhell 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