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BwdrttWB 633 ii ie i Nazareth 6803Wi tamue1i 4I l3 1111CaStKiI61S34Gi vUle 45a 501+t 11IIMtbc 85U415 I- l1OVIIctrlfORt7048054 hrtowa JJ1RCt 7 10 5 W pp 1kepiPrsVIU 750 i inbrs 727ob shrarL43-i J oe4kLotilsvfll 758 555 s tv LeekvUIe Ar 8 iii 10 x 1 PX T L1JL ACS1R IN NAI TakeLsit IBremoQIBh 1f1 All SAggeIS r untltltete ey if it ili r M F r Mle by Hnydo- JUMciiMB Mi4 Va1Q1Ie4 JiIIs Yse It- 4Qs R oitp Kias New Life- Pi idUt for two weeks k pi 1UI auf rsLPrW of Deip- pf tc Thtyfrf the best lhs wrW for Llrtr Stprach ri ill1 11 PurIv Cgetab Nver Oaiv 25c at IIa l 1 aatulS10re Ar r v THE NEWSREADERr fJ 1 t iOdds and Ends of Gossip j a f Ic anjiqj Days There a chilly sort of feeling in the blowJBf 0 the breeze And silver in the ustreak80f Avvv away IM aa atnp holiday Forifc heart fa yoang and happy eloek9Are grayi- N jWf for Mmers dying the rosasbeomto41ey day beneath a ky TtoerwiBg8 will sever etrsy pR4IiYjIBat the fcrt Ifa yoang and happy if the leeks above are gray AJHI tiwakful for the ipriogtlme for sanaaer sweet and Jill AIHltunkfuI jorthe wintry days I aweet thankf nUor all We slag Away away For tire years glad holiday For the heart is young and happy if k tkfttock above are gray FtS=VjV ROTECTTHE GAhIEA jury JC ini Circuit Court last week Sstuek the penalty of the law goo and strong to on1of those UBsportsmanlike sportsmen who Had Adopted the new method of catching fish by the use of 4y namiie A hundred dollar fine with the trimmings is what it cost this fellow to try his little game and the verdict should bfe Endorsed by all true sportsmei and citizens who take an Interest Iii the protection of fish in the- treatnof the county There is anotheri class of wouldbe sports men broad also to wboma taste of the law in about the same size dose as that mentioned above would be good medicine We refer to the pothunter who goes out before the opening of till legal shooting season and un derlhe pretense of hunting rab bitsjkills all the quaU he ai1find a disjucky enough to hit The penalty for violation of the bird law i quite severe and that or- ganizatiOn known as ttye Ken lucky Fifhand Game Club has it is laid in some localities em purpviolators We dont know of any detectives m this section but if all reports are true one would find something to do in that Jinein this neck of thfi wClodfl it ic MDSEATENTS The amu- seiiient loving public of Springfield is promised s6me good entertainment this winter in the way of lectures theatricals etc Mr B IX Lake has leased theTOpera House and bowling alley from Mr John R Barber fura year and will endeavor to have some of ft he best attrac tions on the road to Show here It now only remains for the people to show their appreciation of a good thing by patronizing the attractions in such a manner as to make the promo ters happy and in tHeVhuraor of keeping up the good work The first move Manager Lake his made is to secure the Lecture Course as announced last week which brings here four noted lecturers including the inimitable Bob Taylor wb will open the course on the night of November 17 in hip new lecture entitled Sentiment Others will follow later on at dates yet to be announced C ft ftf HANG ESA number of tween now the year some of which havealready gone jnto effect Mr George E Medlby it is said to is to retire irom bis position with the First National Bank to become asso elated with Mr Henry delen in the distilling business and Mr Louis Cain who has been book keeper for McOhord Robert tpsucceedFirst National Mr Palmer G IfeElroy who sold his interest iff the firm of Orundy Claybrooke ice to Mr Charles Mclniire will take Louis Cains place with McChord Rooertson Mr Will D McElrov has acceptd the position of booklet eper for Grundy laybrooke Co hisl The mar ERATBERSltIiTH Urather ef this place and Miss Sarah E Smith of Sbepherdsville is an nounced to place at the Shep herdsville Baptist Church on Wednesday November 14at MelliwiilPrather is the pastor of the Metto ist Church her ij and al though he has been here but a shor mehanade many warm friends The brideelect is s daughter of Jailer C R Smith of Bullitt County and is an ac complished young lady DOESIT PAY yO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs andcolds is all right but you want Something to relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall youi do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possibly for you then in either case tak theONL1I remedy that has been introduced in all civilized coutitries1 with success in severe throat and perdanSyrupand stimulates the tissues toIdestroy the germ disease bt allaysinflaramatioD causes easy expectoration gives a good- nights rest atfd cures the patient Try ope bottle Recommended many years by all drug Forsalebyflaydou Odgers of Frosthnrg Md writes HI hat had a bad Attack of kidney complaint and tried Foleys Kidney CuroWLifch gave me relief and I was perfectly cured after taking two bottles Haydon Robertson MACKVILLE UIFrom our Regular ro poUllcIlI Borry ShawmaIersld a bunch of stock ewes to JDr A M Shields head l atpper toIUlaude returned Harrisonville VIo llust week where behas been on business for some time v Mrs Maggie Raybourrie sold imf wheat to D N gar of Harrodsburg at 72c a bushel Donley Wilkerson sold 8000J sticKS of tobacco to Berry Shew maker at QC per stickcJames Shewmaker sold att small farm of 20 acres to Luier White at H25 JT Prather boughf75 ha h el of wheat of Mrs Maggie Ray bourne at 67c a bushel Wilbur Peter bought a nice saddle horse Qf H M ONan of ne r your town for 75 Sam Campbell bought a sow and 8 pigs of Willis Bottoms for 15 Sam Campbell exchanged a farm of 80 acres to WMl Sweeney for a farmof 186 cres recently bought of Paris Peter for a difference of 51500 Brew S Yancey sold a pair of weaning mule colts to George Robinson of Yanarsdall Station for75 John Roberts bought o- fK9zt Cary 6 yearling stears of 600loat 25 head brave Explorers r Like Stanley and Livingstone found it harder to overcome Ma aria Fever and Ague and Ty phoid disease germs than savage cannibals bet thousandss have found that Electric Bitters is a wonderlul cure for all malarial diseases If you have chills with fever aches in back of neck and head and tired wornout feel fltheirfl Webb IlLwriteS My chil dren suffered for more year with chisaDd feverthanaI two bottles of Electric cured them Only 50c BittersI Try them Guaranteed Sold by Haydon Robertson druggists L E W R R writesUIhave been troubled a gredt deal with backache twas induced to try Foleys Kit ney Oars and one bottle entirely r Hevedmfi I gladly recommend it to any one especially ny frieads the train men who are usually affllctcc Haydon Rob teooJl Nelson Notes From the Record Sheriff Bishop left yesterday for Franklort with the three ne groes sent up from here to the penitentiary at the last term of Circuit Court They are Chas Cosby three years for man- Slaughter Will Cotton and Wood s muels one year each for h usebreaing Miss Lizzie Brown died at her home at De tsvllle on Tuesday n gin after a protracted illness o typhoid fever Sie was a sister of Mr Sam Brown and ajjed about 67 years The fun eral took place at New Salemn up Wednesday and was attended by a large concourse of sorrow iir g relatives and friends After a brief sketch of this ladys life by Rev W 0 Carver the re n Bins were gently laid away A large crowd attended the sale of Dr A H Merrifjeld near Bloomfield on Monday and all stock offered sold at good prices Eight head 150pound steErS sold at540 Lead cows iJ5 to 4i per head cows and calves 3750 to45 42 head of sheep at f4 head suckling heifer calves 1750 steer calves 2750 one mare 75 Oapt S F Crabh was the auctioneer Mcssra John Grundy and Geo Mann have purchased the interests in the livery stable of Messrs McUrocklin Hinkla and have taken possessionof same Messrs Grundy and Mana are two of the cleverest young inn around hire and with the hustling qualities which they pirtssGcSjthey will surely make a success HjjcvthiBir new venture The retiring ficzlld- erote their time hereafter to stock raising and buying Mr John Bishop of this county and Mrs Mary Gist of Wash ington countJwere united in the holy bands of matrimony on last Tuesday at the residence of Sheriff S S Bishop of Bloom field Rev Thomas Hall per formed the ceremony which made them man and wife They left immediately for their butte near here whey they will reside Cbas Allen colored the mail carrier and drayman was ar rested yesterday ona warrant sworn out by Mr Pryor the fruit tree than Pryor claimed that he gave Allen a 10 bill to pay for some freight which amounted to a 1 and did not receive the 6ial nce of 9 Allen claims that PrYQr gave him only 1 bill Both will be permittea to tell their tale ofj woe belore Judse Daughter Monday IIn every cough there crouchioftiler of consumption The throat and lungs become L rough and in 1 flamed from r coughing and the germs Of consumption find an easy entrance Take no chances with the dang i rous foe i ForGO years fijy there has been a per LvO fect cure What a rec erd Sixty years of cures rs- peelFlsoothes and heals the wounded throat and lungs You escape an at tack of consumption with f all its terrible suffering and uncertain results nothingsobsdfor Ias coughing A 25c bottle will cure an ordinary cough harder oughs will need a SOc size the dollar bottle Is cheapest in the long run IIIIWt1cI best medical write the Doctor Ircely Address DrJC ATzn Lowell KM Today take Foloya Honey and Tar It positively prevent pneumonia or other serious results It may be too ate tomorrow TTaydon Eob rUon HILLSBORO From Oar Bpcclai Correspondent rsBelle Kayes has returned home after a visit with friends and relatives at Mackville and Harrodsburg Dudley Sutherland and father are at Wayside this week Mrs Emily Wilson is spend log the weekjdth her son J S Leacbman Misses Nellie Reed and Elmer IiightwithMisses Maud and Claude Mat J JoBi Mfcllyoy and wife of BrooicRvlUe attended church herejSnnday Dr A M Shields is having his residence painted Mrs Lidia Oder of Xitsey was in our midst Sunday Mr LWis Stiles Of Maud was here Pueadayon business hterMrsturned to their home at Eerryr ville after a few days visIt with the family of Thomas Kelly The protracted meting now in progress at this place con ducted by Rev Humphrey and daughter is attracting large arid attentive audiences The gospel is being presented in such a masterly way thatall denomina tional prejudce seems to be for gotte and the light of divine lruthiand Christian love seems to burn in every heart Bro Humphrey has away of drawing the people to him that makes him a power in a meeting and gains for him the love of the church and people He is having the syrn eratlon q hoopof all goftrIpeople and we predict for them a successful meeting QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Plowel still has the largest sale of any medicine in the ciyilized world Your mothers andgrandmotbers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and th seldom head of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure etc They used August Flower to cleans out the system and stop fermentation of undlr gestedfood regulate the action of the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need few doses of Greens August FJower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by Hay on Robertson Six FrlghtlHl FallareH Six terrible failures of six dif Wtn1iIIan early grave All said he bad a fatal mEg trouble and that he must soon die Bnt he yes urged to try Dr Kings New UiscoVery for Consumptinn After taking five bottles he was entirely cured It is positivelyt guaranteed to cure all diseases of Throat Chest and Lungs including Coughs Cod La Grippe Pneumonia Bronchitis Asthma HaV Fever Crbufr Whooping Cough 5Qc arid SJOO Trial botte fred- a tore Haydon Robertsons drug- S Many of your friends or people whom you know of havo contracted consumption or pnemuonja by neg lect of a simple cold or cough Foleys Honey and Tara safe sure and pleasant cough medicine wonfd have saved them It is guaranteed H4v donS Robertson IBeaaty Is Diopa peep Clean blood means a tlean skin lh beauty without it CoscareU Candy Cathar tic clean your Wood and keep it cleaR by stirring ur the lazy liver and driving au m purKie from the body Begin todnyto banish pimples boils blotches blackheads takip5tC4ScsretiVJttaBatirtction guaranteediOc25cZ- OcWATEDACflVE MAN OF GCOD Character deliver and collect in Kentucky for old fltabllfthed manufacturing payLioitestvnnfcItvEucluse It1Dearborn JATETaverai Triistwnnhy Ior in this state to manage iur Itusincss In their own and nearby ciuin ticS It ia mainly ofuYo work conducted lit honio Salnrv str tlwht S900 a yearauid- oxpeuiciideiliilto bonn lihdp no more- no loss salary Monthly 75 Refer encl s lInclnsa act 1addrcsed sis zip l envelope herbert K IIcs5 Prcsti Do partuieutil Chica o NEWSPAPER SCOOTS THE 1AN5 AND THE NIGHTMARE OF A JOURNALISTS UFE Wtnt a Beat Meaas te te Stale With a osi For HcraTHe Pe iBllarltleii el Securing Chide Naive br HahiBKou orreinoBdests They were nil newspaper men and they were nil so united on the proposition under consideration that they did not interrupt the man who was doing the talking Scoops said the sharp nosed rT porter to the others are the bane and the nightmare of a newspaper mans nndmanaglogedltordo todaySbecauseother man Js engaged in a more humble occupation because be failed to see otlJouroallstJA newspaper man is as touchy on thbi subject as a woman on her back hair justly so because a standard Is formed by which his Journalistic fni cnts are largely rated and his salary in accordance If the city editor aska hlnvtoo often whyhe didnt get It he finally gets if where the fowl gets the ax and a new man appears on his former assignment Editors however are asually cea slderate w4tb a good man for the lat ter will scoop his rival as often as he himself Is scooped perhaps oftener and it thus evens itself up Sometimes however be wlefdcr of the Slue pen cil has an attack of acute Indigestion like the rest of ust and things are apt to be unpleasant A good big beat fills the entire ofi flee with hilarious joy and partIcular- ly the luqky reporter rejoices It oft times means an increase ID salary The office of tie chief rival contemporary thrown Iqtq corresponding gloom The cl y editor Is the adjutant gea eral of he force Usually he to as considerate as his duty to the proprie tor permits Nearly all are graduates from the ranks Where the magazine newspnpjr story writer finds the city editor bet usually portrays has always JtKen n deep dull mystery to me He may trea outsiders to be kind to the magazine story writer as their stories sometime relate but to his force he does not carry a drawnsword in Ida left hand and a pen dfpped in redhot caustic l19 his right He knows that of the tcjen under him many are hto peers capable of taking hto desk at a moment notice and running it as weU i he 4Th6LJpw you have it and now you haventlf tn oc nrofession is well lustrate4 bya 1lTeuceirrenco that happened In Washington afexr venrii rjInlilt was undecided whether congress would pas as read a certain very im portant national measure The New York papers were especially anxious abbutlt The drift of opinion among the correspondents was that it would not so pass On Monday night say tbe correspondent of one o the metro nolltan morflingsdaIlles wired his paper t tt tIvly would not go through This paper had been talking that end of the bill alll along j The correspondent of a rIval morn ng paper bad drawn the same concld Blons from his days Investigations rtthe capitoL He was on his way down the west marble stops when he met a protr1abloweight Tire member declared that theI bill would positively be passed un nraendccl and unchanged at the open ing of the session tire following day The correspondent cast his own con trary opinions and those of the mem hers heihnd Interviewed to the winds He wired that night that the bill would certainly puss the following day It did Its passage Was a surprise to the country U f tonight the other correspond cat wai reU vedof his position by telegraph One made a bold hazard npnlDHt hla own Judgment took that of Smother and won The other con ficlcntldjisly obeyed the dictates of his conclusions based largely upon thf Opinions of men who were In a position to advise him conectly and lost This case also Illustrates the pecnl larlty qf securing news by Washing ton coiN poni1eots It Is sul goncris Rules which obtain In other cities are Impracticably here Most of the corre spondetet are picked men who earn and command good salaries But one of their most Important functions Is to make acquaintances with men In of ficial and congressional life It 4s nu important element in his profession to know hoto see about a piece of news and tire little Interview in question bQtween the correspondent and the congressman on the west steps Is but an example of everyday episodes la correspondf MeTal ruAt the exhibition at BerlIn of photo graphs under tile auspices of the Ger man Photographic association sad un der the patronage of the Gen aa eat press her majesty herself displayed a most interesting number of pbotp graph taken during her joaraeya through Russia Turkey Palestine and on the RomlAthen moors as well M several family grouiJfc The photographs are beautiful specimens and some are most Interesting the shooting scenes and pictures of game shot by the kaiser being especially good as well as the fatally scenes in which the roy al children are to be sen at work la- tplay Bweot lassie appeaOC cart oaland lighteni many of li sjbunlcms If yo i have over heard tho weettoncd Btogef Piano ou will preclato this To rtnc Ibo highest atapdard ot excellence- ba nlwuysbeeaUit ulm ia the msnufafr tore pf thuCclc rated StosprPUno Only the bpsrmiitcrUl la used insuring great duratiHlty Every piano fully guaranteed ih4StcgorfacorientbOroaKhlYCqulPP with tho best ana most lmi oved macbla cry located at Stcgerill ar among the largtJBt in the went 1atendtagurchSctsWtliflfld It priflt able Jo write for fuHdscri ltcatslou wblcjh will jxf maiei l tree tlo Cb1cigc t Srwyst Iii 8 Co urIIllhjj I1PIIIII n iI I I La 1iIIIIiMIIe rrJIiO t YZjf madeitamoog 1KeC8BUilelIs Crouching hlmandI arevisltingJrelatiVs F VASTNESS OF ST JRT RI J large Objects Appear Sa u tIt4i Great Catljeir During a recent cefieraoay is SL F eIMulle1lien etoneath U hastily scattered JRa Ce meat the mass fell aqd was dashed in to a thousand pieces qn tb floor bclonr In St Petctfs a few day before wftea the workmen were suspending tliett chandeliers they wen+ taking them eM- of piles of qnmbered bdxe for lStre ters like a theater has many popez tIes and is decked tii a different nina ncr for Jta duTerentci ircmeokte Cords rui4 aver pu1jyIewed tar up aloft aiid with 15cse the chanOe hers were tolsted to their places 8t Peters Is so enormous that the rye there is cmtlnually decelyed Tire chubby cherubs at tlie holy water font look to befhe size 0f ordinary babies are nearly rieren feet tall and IIrettheY beside them looks like a dwarf When the workmen were hoisting those chandeliers from the floor a traveler noted with amazement that the masses bfcrys alwere over eight feet fclgb Tit wen hoisted te their plates far up in the dim bclghts they looked about the1 size of a mali head j Workmen in StlPetera art called sanplettlnio They take their name from the basilica San Pietro gaa pletrlno plural BptetrinL They have a set of lofty scaolmeMed- on rollers Thethey trore froap pjiiei to place about the rastchwclu art not nrillko oui fire departments water towers ladder liter ladler runs up tIle scaffo ding and fey twiaid they reach placjca from lot ttf 180 feet ahov the loo v Other J nealons scaffoldings are ued for work W ainside of Ute dome Seen ap there the sanpletrlnl Jook hike tecrawuon the celllBgr The top of tbe iocae te iBtLouiflj THE IRISH PEASANT Re la 4he GayClit Fellew Im tlie WorM Uadei DlflfcaltlM The Irish pea nt Is stilt thank heaven what Sir Walter Scott called him after the visit f tbegrcat novelist7 to Ireland in the isarly tbIrtIeshe Is Btmbe gayest ellow Jn the world under difficultIes and affllctloBs He has a cheerful sc4Y at regardlag cir cnmstanccs which to others would IM most Unpl uantft d dlsbcartenhif A peasant met with an accident which resulted in a bro en leg The neigh hors of course commiserated bins Arrah he remar ted with a glefm of satisfaction In his eye ns he regarded the bandaged llmt what a blessteg it Is that It wasnt nie neck Yes the Irrepres Ible IrUhauut hatfa JoKt for every ace isloiu Two eewitry men whoiiad ot ieen each other for a long tfme met at riate Ihjy had a lot of tElnJgx to teench otheri UN- Its married I am said OBrI a tTo dont tell the sor said Blake Faith yes said OBrien an Ive getSS neJCl1h9tII isaj is the very plcter f me Blake locket for a moment at 0 Brien who was BOt to say the least remarkable for Mi good looks and tl en sId Ode welt whof the ham m so long as the childs bealthyrf And yet petto whom wlttlcli titush m spontaneous ly springS may be very simple mlsded The peasants jasslon for rhetoric still indutcs them to commit to mfllD tlteTIoften misapply w th the most aractlag and grotesque res Its I hard a niM maid exclaim at crying child in her arms Well of all the ecclesIastIcal children I ever met youre wa 8t IreItenant In jthe foil wing terms gootbetltbWWiCniUNineteenth Ghtq Kills thv Song Clifton BIngha n tile author ofIaOld Madrid Ix yes Old Sweet Soar end The Dear I iomcland once sail The moment a song Is put on the streets as we c ill It it becom tre mcndoualy popul ir You hear It every where Every y hums it as he gore tck BchooJ It Is i byrd In every street But my publishci shakes lila head sad ly whcb that day comes ItiB general ly the boglqnlng ottbeerida boon which dies away People get tired of hearing tin sam song wherever they go whatcvcnthc song may be and the song of the bar el organ to Bet irtk come in the drawing room 8e that the putting of a gdatJN treet or gaDs means a Setting tame aa4 thea vtell too often in utter roMp and complete oblivion Merphr rittr Cemaeat Paul Morphy lo famoM chess ptey er once attend church JaN M leans when the shop oft fereigH die cese was pre11Jbe eg rector oC the church had prepared itiQgatehH sermea In hoBor of his TMtr fa the delivery of which hf tlr tvfttt e except the hop who pi ri s attention Part of the ceagviestiee left the chnrch Well saM orphy that c1Mrte the ant man ever teet whebedat sense eoooga i stop whoa lte h4 aeW8 left but tblhop i D1A It Wltlt a Stem sir am Willis to do aaytlihlf MM tbeappUcvf work Alj rigat M tH aanl hearted merchant uPi e cleie the 4er hindoa wae yon pJ eet4Seer villa Msi Jw maL thAnk CLIent anyl say thfa bhl ef ycrars Iis a dowi trl it ro hery Great CrjwHal lAWjier lwhe has woo him Chits s cees5s yrM y emi Th Its New see h 1I are- the freert H t gkibe a4 aae of the Aestrall atHMt 1 eirniaat1g eiltl Erta1l 4oL Ti = fa tiietM kesa i nthnlf rtl1a thc wh tr H to tt lf yon nil tip tktefcs h ktonpjj nIrcI1IJOU iiL or r TaTMz4- l p Ortt to ars 4liIlsd oiv IPK HCLAD FEVELT fA rieeiis jms me sui bq YenLMIIs ht lite ifhi hetwrea ttet Anilir H f eei4ar It f d that sre wde f Ii = taM luSsitat LaIbe turre4Lesas V fr Mt eww sad tlMit eestisg- gases gspetated by u expeeiea of Igiiiwder fsaad tbdCwayhetsw apIreidered It MacUall ImpoIW e the moe t week Necessity tHQN7 i jJmdIiMrodectIeaeeemoa 7 IMMtM fotf arjMcial vcntllatta The ski iaethocte la vogue fee han t 4red ef years had been retailed eYeur nader the new coadltSMW Md lHKf if the striking exhibition oi dtewcf jjatr1 tenBce with ightlHg Capacity w kjPhave rejaalBcd for many years loagir la the Monitor Was placed a rosary blower worked hy Blvam tie withajk drawn from ec half of jUe rtraiu t er threagb a system of 18m forced late the ether YarhNa thaajii were made is later rt ehHac t lirfi jdownoat tire vessel thee usiis4 heri qBaertthaa ever 44e i+ mf yiHt ttfe f 0totarta ksttiewik jeiBwpp y vO8KMCl luFwWC- wcykMeti aeihsad fercwl ik the tarrs4m It WM ta tHfNirI7 Irooria tS r 0l1 pecwr dsk sd tds j jilag cealaid i Hsyeasskwsssus dadgavd MMadjrcver he aftj- cIhsa the Jmtttal ayssisr wes iiZJmai h themsc tyshat a rt HIfl m Ia se r 4 fi swd by ceeipI Wi aa- by 1 a sad deaih Tb Ire4C1ICh1 =appIsas esd tizej c tb r dieesee4 sad limo tIHIM moM hoses abeaj Mulr eelmoyx4 ea ti 61 edas prebbytbeet aaLs4eeasaJ aaat JK t fd4t r sees J JEditorir V r7iJ x ingtoa7TrniezpLoc3Oamoth aisei xif iSles Hi qrwIrtt throHgh i1eBieklee A lialveccioc JlhlilfiC asie 1 words wond r C1 ei Pihsa1n 4 JorIee1IkMatioe adail Boai ily Erlpt104o Omlf 25 eebss1 Hydot tfqbertpis at1t J1 fLkL J peemoonis Mjr littte fccgnrM Uakw Ei jJWI w tlsrs Ho yaiidT jThe rHiMt was iea1 aadpeaskd the doetos as JtdiJr ipa t S i king ChiHI be s1yee eyired Ta most TM HM pMMMtfcMf etWlt wfthoot r7aa wan taM as be Iirhaadi1 s weft aadpsrseeeg ew eaa a wsbc1IIsMwiiM wHh aly oat pIrak1Ijthe help ef chlMrak or BOM at att Inst do the Met wearvIa sad p4e 1fag r fralts ud yaidss ceat- ad eaza the house sad pt the cIetbag of he fasallyja readiasas fee ttM sold wMtbar andvery lIkely sees aie salpiIIe eyecy doi 7IOIy IIF csaadai I47 wtb a well dlsMsdpsaoC siea4iea aMd- la i ererythiBf with the Ma t pnaUb was t1tZiaM bkhpth- edag or frtt d ejetshss m Ie door at jMt the rigbt hem elesatag bad bebe take bjr dssvep jClean chambers sad the 1v t Ivi teems IeMt ttsabl dwlth flee Mf It to MgreeabHr ek but leaf t roeoMi la eawKaat sa Mttt later Sf this M the BHt argot rlag aw be MB4wbe4 fa tietwafn last aimed warfc ia rtr eea mile eEsfeetaljI sadists from eoj Ia auikiB the most Of weau LAiI td In makIng aew tban art mend WflBcattojs that 4aacrvcb lBf- alosg ps for the hMet tJI s4eu ed mothers I at wti lmpebrederSs I te b the lWaltli Iied at the Parts exposition win a szbEswelldtoa must have lasiIItl te gee K pecaNf ivtht dssmodve a tdepartnHst tlMnrere iiIand carefully executed irtrib a K by titled ameai b gjilfal Mttto eseib- y the C atMM d Bieaplo rt a qttA vIlea eehee1ders4 wIthbeoe Iowssi the PriBcalst 11skwm artIcles jaBffend jMthar by t te Bar c1aclItaJHqW8Ite1y p tatfd CUM Isy the Marquis WOreUec a HIlt called La CdaeOfe4 la poOrefareme BM tih bf tM DvcMaat ri Mb lahfiMury 41Itt by the Priaeisn di B ogMa n IeIdeey w ishred MIkbp 4u DvehMM dJstlajie aM BMBJ hi artIcles fThey were sot BMet ftiaty Wi4 Zis Uie embrek1arss iuse ao r4es4ga daHl earrteU out that thc foti etKated tnIe decorative wrt ad ij tile IithU ofes F4NI lea hew aiaay Sf ear aiHUoctainiiKU aM society teM eo UJMtfer totrt iLTJMoWtanap kMdtBtM are to he Vctu 1t- edJa etajnetioB with tbciMa alBjlB v gaied farmes IiI taSS The gev rat e tbepruvIaertlk pjrorHL amigo share of the xp Bf lW H4uif sat wemoa lecterri IT9tjIouuJ tav4d about tljrottai the rarpl tia trtnJM ye r MMiklac tiouirrtt Itepfeit and iBtitHltrW The apvenuuvuc to w f iac thiwigh tb mona hivii p545 aaktaw thm to mqcgtM Ci IISENSSOt able eM deekab 1NWtotfa iheir heaMies I orga sa carry nj i 6 the rk Iymok T uwi l a Ieathvlsa eUl brui takes Jatbtlr womtea Wb pkil vl Itsa is esatri t ease aeaeaaj antt the mocrmifth it tIsii the tarniqrs wJ IId P tho bfj tOfliawhIehtbeyar iPI poultry tXt1etlrjl j1L j de Ireauus tt preied uitho haleutter a tbattba o r i IP1E NEWS LEADER T I lHti J iIf LEAD PCJl R tttJIT Oi t OO A Y4t yof ID X 1It R L i4oN Jrt- IaAprty3L1IIIr v t c asi M44- cI J i I for I J t II 60 ad peUtjerJtkrl 7 iI ISS M Jew rMM rtcub C- rLyuj c rse a it Jlteeral thbll aul rt ftped II F dMtJX7tI ThsW siW J IJ lr 1 M atDtOSus ieei JBCJaSDATKOVJ ill 1 tlOO Tim ltaS ULT ir r TM r1t Qt the slictioti 1AtlIotat tilLltrI eoc- sr MI rwwlMlmvff iJc4oy for 4 JlWqta1ey Kr1yall of the OMited kwfetfiil SUkB going to Jor bun McKfmrty d Boose ylt oarriele Xorkiy iinr UMUI 150000 ana New Jersey by 1k v s t50XOMMlMicta br a joiity Ett t ltMOOQa i aver 1896 d Oht 1ir 75000 p 5 iccittscoered to Mc Kiay t the Udiim a jority for Governor Wis C coMw fjaime for McKmley ty r majority q lIli Wtbat of laM Maryland has gone Re- T uWkmn The M of the ma jority k in doubt but is eatima Mat 10000 f t Ti Zpebice are claiming Ktbraska b te returns are fetaferI I TbfBMtocrata claim Montana by ISiOOO tor Bryan and 10000 for tbercndidat6forGovernor Indiana ijcod bo UHtaR I IublicaQ by a largo majority 1 a hQtigh gmrjM re sloj 5Vgiflisr Ecfrablicari and ltmoii also by a reduced pin 1it3ri torn piete returns from Louis 241l8 and Jefferson county give Yorkes u mj ritY of 5O4 The yo e xL Yerkes 25950 Beck I hum 207415 McKinley received V 25j2S8 votes and Bryan 21275 i7oflQwas lVwin 24757 Gregory 2M06 IridJ3aibni are that Smith carries the Fourth Congressional districti by a safemajority If KENTUCKY jrtJp to the hour of going to press about all we can rtithI Jfully say is that the result s I doubt Both Democrats and Republicans are claiming the Stat Chairman Roberts of the Republican commitee claims iJCerkestelectioa byfroni 5000 to BjOCk and the JLouipf ill e Post says that the State Lap certainly gone Republican by at least 22000 On the other hand the i1 Democratic iiinigesare claim lug tne Stat Idr Bryan and VBckhm by from 5000 to 8000 They claimi it the Republican Vote in the mountain counties that Beckhams majority will 1 r44000 5L A NUMBER of serious election rows are reported from ovei the Ariotbewcendeputyjs yer resulted intQ men being shot to death anl five others WQUHded and another fight oc JcurredT at GaWyWUe lndt in i wjiich one mlw s killed and If eevsotbrswoin1ded iTiis vifortvaatethat the votec ii K ck1iiis not more decisive one way or the otherr Close 4 iilecJiQa contests hive become a iMgerqus thiog to fool with i- n1th1 aid Cxdnonwei1th THE I dcii art that Mc JEJttky jtltttiraJ vote will be fiW414Tgf1tvt giveea presi jti1 nthc L lor nndersat Msroa In h cad a slid bali motice- qitlitJ end tfMI ft oht4 KwftIFrtbll = J AgctahlePreparaiionfotAs31muIatiI It VNiS H1I URFN MROfMioeraL NorllAIICGTIC afrJ jij eeeiipThnSaur5thDiarrIoee Worn tMMionsreYe1is- hfteSsMdL08S0PSUm TacSmfe Signature c- iNEW YORK EXACT CCPYOF WRAPPER Frret a Kearo 9f lastrel From altnest the beginning of Amen taIl stage history there Were n groes of the minstrel variety Impersonated on the stage though It was not until nbQut 1840 that they were organized iinto frauds Some of the greatest actors of later days had their experience as mln strisl among them Joe Jefferson and Edwin Forrest Forrest was given a negro song and tiance act to do When he was very young and after be bad studied It up liegtlAdythe pjece The management ted set eral of the women whQ were members of the company but none of them would consent to blacken up andln fact they were very indignant over the proposition The actor however was Hot easily discouraged and on the night of the first performance be black ened up and went around the corner to an old negro woman who did his wash- Ing p eUo Dinah h rlng g t lln die bery fine ninr Hello yoV replied the African lady freshnlglgerand then time being rather short he assumed his natural voice and told Di nah much to her surprise that be was Forrest the actor and that he wanted her to go on the stage with him that night and laugh loudly at frequent InS tervals which all the female part called for The two mad n great hit and were kept on for some time which goes to show that Forrest might have been n good minstrel had he been of an ambitious nature Saturday Evening Post A Cnrlona Combat A traveler in South Africa witnessed not long since n singular combat He was musing one morning with hIs eyes on the ground when he noticed a catt crplllar crawling along at a rapid rate Pursuing him was a host of smallI black antsIf r Being quicker In movtn ents t the ants would catch up with the cater plllnr and one would mount bis back and bite him Pausing the caterpillar wouldturn lila head and bite and kill his tormentor After slaughtering a dozer or more of his persecutors the caterpillar showed slgus of fatIgueI jI The ants made a iomblned taking himself to a stalk of grass thoi caterpillar climbed up the tree tall first followed by the ants As one approached be seized It In bis jaws and threw It off the stalk The ants seeing that the caterpillar had too strong a position for them tp overcome resorted to strategy They began sawing through Usa grass stalk In a few minutes the stalk fell and hundreds of nuts pounced upon the fallen caterpillar He was killed at once and the victors marched off In great triumph leaving the foes body upon thefleldS DteetlXf Jng and so XI many things to talk about That means wet feet and a neglected cold Then coughandthdoctosiooka woods or iffioantain air riercesGoldenvalue Itbas cured hundreds of SOI5weaklnflgsobstinate1ingeningcoughbronchitis form ot asewhi if neglectedor unskillfully treated lead to consumption l Abcmt e1ghteans ago I had a dreadful cough PEdwardofSterliegkinds of medicine but without any effect at Jut I tried Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discov mycoughSick people are invited to consult Dr nd1eJffa10NY I t takIDaintts LI tto Ewly Itiarqtto I j if J Itf5 i1Turr A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the siref tto JtIf Cii j Use For Over Tirty Years CCASIORIA1Ht A Jamaican Experience mnrrlogeIttedabout 20V miles from Kingston One day when n visit to my Kingston dressmaker WAS a necssity I orderM a rUmfrcssm cr and rcellngm frock a light sum mer thing from her I placed it In the box beneath the buggy stat and drove on to my sisters where went In to XIvinsee tfieslghts nndretum at 4 oclock- Hcttirned up punctuaily with tho grli4 still on his face and ihj due tlinb we reached Old Harbor once more Wiien r went to take out my crispy muslin I found to my consternation it was a wet sloppyTnoss No rain hajl fallen and even then I turned toJhc4rgTSolonion what In rtfrld l does this mean How But the look of utter helpless amaze ment on hIs face stoppednie- Lor missus it am queer but not so queer as what done happen to me Me bought a quattlgfl d wort of dat pretty tlng dey calls Ice to bring home an show mn sister np I put himt In dar wld your dress to keep him sate an now ulnrgonci for true an how him get out I dcinio wld you slttin on him all de time Harpers Magazine Ifooo JFor Ttveuty AVortln Andrew carnegie at Gltts burg called up one of his New 1ork lawyers by long distance telephone The stceimakcr wanted to ask a question but could not make himself understood clearly over the telephone so he asked the lawyer to come to Plttsburff The lawyer said he had nn Important appointment In New York next day and could not jet away Come oycr now then Mr Carnegie said Cant get triln answered the law yer f thennserrcame Pittsburgh tSo the llawyer engaged a Special train went to Plttsburg and saw Mr CarnegIe f Tho steelmaker askefl the Inwyprs advice as to wlicthcr tljo question trou hUng him called for yes br no 5ie lawyer answered No 1ThlDl sou soul Mr Carnegie Good light The lawyer had said loss than 2i words for which lie received said Good night Mr Carnorflo and took a Hpoclal train back to New York In time to Jppphis appointment next daVNow York IleftiM Atthe time of the Roman occupation of Britain five distinct spoolcs of log3 1ruretlprttIflost of which can with certainty bo jdcntlflcd with those of the present dny There wore tho houptf dog the greyhouiytj the bulldog the terrier nnditbc slowlionnd Pronx river New York derlxcs Its name from Jontn Bronx who settled in that rocl0 In iran a Does the BabyThrive If not something must be wrong with its bod If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its artificial food then it requires Scotts Emulsion- Half a teaspoonful r thre- elor four times a day in its bottle will have the desired t effect It seems to have a I magical effect Upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth l9J our statements SIIHkl1le tea Is summer well as wlatcri St drugpsts SCOTT SOWNE ChemUu New York ttlttToday take Foil ys Honey and Tar JIt positively prevents pfle2monla or- I other serious results Jt may bo too ate tomorrow rtajdon Eobcrtson To t jjju4jjjunjjz t Belian Hare Bgneri- READ MY =SPECIAL OFFER j GoodOii1TiII November 119OO flavipgjusT purchased the en tire sIQeicof the Fancier Bab bitry and also the efciire stock of Mr C J Hough ofr Los Ar geles pal including all his im po ted stock These ttfb lrge liabbUries added to my own stock pft 2000 head are beyond the present capacity of toy buildings Would sooner fell ihap Wan erect new buildings- to house them over winter Bu lug in such large quantities nnd for CASjri Ic nseU them for prices that speak for them selves Read this and see Un til November 15th 1900 I will PREPAY all EXPRESS CHARGES and ship 3 fia Jiigd grade pedi treed does bred 1o one of icy finest bucks scoring not less than 94 point also a fine young buck a direct son of one of the following Jinported sir sclmpenal Dash Dash Meteor both b7Jhe Famous Ehglish Champion Dash lsQc Sir E inboror and Edmboro Flash both br Champion Edinboio the treat Lithe of champions wtyo has swept all trophies be fore nim in all the great shows of England 1 hlso send with thIs shipment one trial siz bottle of each of my Green Seal Rabbit RemedisF also a coPy of mv new book entitled Mans ProfitAble Pet beautifully illus trated throughout with colored halftones and engraviogFj a complete treatise on the Belgian Haro bis wants habits and dis eases This entire ouifljj- lNov4tb forVTewew- ter I t ay the expfeas charges and guarantee saftj delivery to town of destination Address G EpWARDS J300 East 28 h St Los Angeles Cal Mention this paprwhen wvitirig Dor Cclcallni Credential Put It flown tbnr said the old nan to the obituary writer that she wuz 42 an likely fer her age Thats lawn That she wuz never known ter speak a crabs word lioiu dccf aii dumb CronrchlhlhoodiAll right That she Is now at rest on Abra Lauis bosom But hold oni Aint thnt wbar Lazarus Is H think so He paused a moment as If In sleep thought Then he said No matter Put itdown that sItes thnr too fer pf ever Lazarus sees her comln hell vacate an hunt another resthi place tCstbnt hes been Thor too long nnyIiowlAtlauta ConstjtUr tion Tli Sot AntTcr There stItl the angry man shov ing a photograph presumably of him seif under tIre photographers nose Do1 you know wlltltthiitmakps na look likeVi tIf ont unn what It makes you look like at the present moment answered the photographer surveying the face of th9 anpry man oarefnlly should Fay It makes you look as Jf you were about to throw a lit Indianapolis Press jp X6 Plnce Like nOD AII Atchison man took sick Saturday ami decided to Ptiiy home till he got rested He was linckfit work at noon Monday tljs wfi asked him within a few houiwtttfkt care of the baby to chop onions for pickles to grind the ronYe to dress the children and to milk thin cow while be was resting Atchison ClOtCkS ViewIyou It iIs wrong to marry for money Parson Ilrown Of course not Five dollars Is my regular fee Chicago NWR I WINE Of CARDUj S4d4rV zafllionrayto premature 5ravo Myfjtha1- wna fast declining in health rhen Wino perIonnodayonderfu1cors9in agoniesweeklyappearnoco leal upped her vitality until she a phys gaVowayofCarduiatCardultosuUerlngburning eloquence WINEOFCARDm la within the reach of all Women who druggiattorafibottloof not take a inbatltnte if tendered 700 NWino p BIaSrnwlthfalllnK of the womb and lencorrkaa ZbllDdend BLickDraoKbU and now tho leucor rhan perfect has ittrrear1Ml asd am restored In eu1dug =FioArCJlattaDOoll oJ 1 VAUcocELF STRICTURE- j 3 utththef I urine decay of the organs pate the iota acttxr Iu Ute back nerrouwes dee pomdcacy bashiw1nes t apiutkm of the heart esastipatloaand a combination of Pi tbese =1I1el complete Lea of Tbonsandp ofyonujr and mjddle bJOoand tronbled with Stricture have reion to believa yon are experimentonTreatmentdiuoleVarIcocm1ean4 Sulctare without operatic or lou of time IThe treatmeat may e VarteedStriatrKidneys BladderAUMzsil covplalnts affect thseeerrubeaee tIe klaaeya are a great luresof disease Hare you achlop or weakness over the mall of the back teadracy te urlaate frequentiy depoeltia urine coldness of hands or feet adrows feellar l the mimIng Dont neglect your kldneya Our New M tJi TrcAtatMlt tIs guaranteed to cure any disease oi toese organs or pay 0 s 9No Name Uasd Without Written C tiHt U O W Rowe of Jackson Mick tayitI kU varicocele in the secondary stage and two strictures of years standing I was operated pa twice undergoing great suffering but only got temporary relief I was finally advised to try tbe New Mctbod Treatment of DnK K The enlarged vein disappeared la six weeks the stricture tissue was remored eight weeks and toy utI emergy audltalltre- terimed so I wax a in recommend yen doctors with my whotefrtn CURES HO CURE NO PAY Before Treatment After Trettawrt We treat nut cure Nervous Debility Lest Manhood Tarleocele Stricture Sypfa ill Gleet Weak Parts Gonorrhoea and Unnatural Discharges CoftSftlUtiM ImBooks Free Write tot Question Wet lor Home Treatment IDrs P 528 WALNUT STRUT IKa Kennedy Kerganf CUtCINNATI OHIO l 9 3 1 i 1I WOMAFS WOULD LOVELY COUNTESS WHO REFORMED THE EARL OF DUDLEY now to rrcucrvc Flowers For Win ter Talented lClnThe Serpent FlsrnrorTlic Sninrt Set Gar dcntnjj School Kqr Women The latest JU ndon gossip Is that the Earl of Djidley Is lo aucctcd the Earl of Cadoganas lorQ lieutenant of ire laud and that his beautiful wife peor gana countess of Dudley will dispense vice regal hospitality to thVbeanty and fashion of Dublin Even the rumor of this appointment Is a surpnloto diplomatic and fashion able London for although the earl has been completely changed as a tuna his exploits aud frequent open Insults to tub society of which he was h member are not easily forgotten It was tatty Dudley who worked this transformation in the man lie mar OF 0 riM LoneaSh hs station but when Utr onrl raised the shopgirl Into the ex clcsive Krltlsb pceiagothp shopgirl re ckciuod tIlt tail front dissipation and cllrrnco So sudden and complete was tillS cbnpgil that cvtir tho tenants and jlIenThe Cttuhaot Dudley Is now con womItnhor originality find aggrosslvcncs bjjvc kept Lrr ccu fuly boforo tho lpublic KoW tn tVcncrvo Ploverr Tliro fsri vtrjMatorosthijr mwtonnt tile nhtiy lu a jorliinu pipor of lioui tulnrdeu l Ilowora for winter borjnioJ L rvi about to Inchun of stem on your ijowors anti fusion them In twos to hnto hang pn strjugs or tow turrtcliodnrijii a lioinl ar die tan of 11 nr 2J lErlin front the bot tout takkia wn to nrningo the llowors so tJdt tlsHy da not much each other Sprinklo a very tfila layer of sulphur oet tontiof an mh thick at the Jot tom of the Lion cud hang four llowors her11n8iiplur Lonvo them for 1l consecui live hours in tlio liozatiti tbcncxam liieilbc llowers to soc If they have changed color Often you will that rod llowors turn almost white but jhcy will rcgiilii their prmiltvocolor n few days IT you ilud ha ttho petals ore humid log your box hermetically until thoy become quite dry It Is very iscfrIln baron piece ot glass Inserted 90 your lox so that without opening It too often T00 niay sw the progress cf your flowers Itt a little air Into the box fora liny anti then hang your llOWPrH lu lmhy viiuiuiiTurivuui crably WIth a north aspocty sq that sun docs not roach them mid merely ace that tile teiapomtriri docs not go below degrees Small China asters do very wen In thIS way but before bnngUig thorn dilute a little sulphur in water Juxt dip them In shake them quickly and oO1 Creating them as descrlbrdj Double piuk gosnniums and various other flowers can bo very easi ly dried and preserved In south Place somo sand cant front tho srnMiore about tbivoqujtrtors of nn inch thick Into a box rnd lot It diy thoroughly In tilt sunlight Then hiS flowers on this aad Tft more sand over them going on with sand and flowers until your box Is full If the weather Is very drynnd sunny leave the box out of minors until Just before sunset and then bring It In Two or three days are Rufllclent wherein to dry the flow Mr which may then follow the China asters into a dry north roqm riecoKuliljijc a ToninB n nitr It is a tribute to the IIrncualtbe comU1Cn imYlimctrnllIenso of the latter half of tile closing century that Its memorials to Its great men and wo men have to such a large extent taken a more useful form than the marble urn or ornate tomb The movement o perpetuate thenwmorj of the late Miss Mary Klngsley Is In keeping with this wholesome spirit Liverpool ltsfo have a small hospital for treatment anti study of tropical diseases This has been arranged by the merchnnt com inanity of thatgrtat city whence w many shuttles of an empires loom go out to and return from the coasts of Africa I AH Kxi erleHcell Mlsiioaary vise Ella Groendyke of Baftfori City lad has beea sent to Sierra L we wbere tbft aiaaeacresot iuisai- oafr55 year ago MM Groa fi iyk Laaueat tour years In Africa r Ilptv He Kaenr i We bad ontspanned the wagons on time veldt between rrloskq and Ken hard The donkeys had been driven to tile veldt and we my friend and myself were talking In tho tam to a Dutchman named lent Moans about the wonders aftiie universe We mentioned that the world was round Manns said tbatJjc knew it This answer Was unusual for a Rosr so we asked him how be knew fie re piled ill started to ride to Poortje one dark night through the veldt and i rode bard all the night and next morning I found myself at the place I started from so know the world Is round because I rode round It London Standard Artlflclol Ee- Artlflelnte s are supplied to all the NC1J1rfacture Four nun usually sit at a ta bin each with a gas jet lIn trout him antI the eyes are blown from gas plates and molded into shape by band Thfe colors are then traced In With small needles no set rule being observed In the coloring and as every mqn uses his ownr Mney no two artificial eyes there fore are esacUy alike Extent of Florlat Indaatry The florist business In the United Stamps Is by no menus an unimportant Industry It Is estimated that there tall value of flowers sold annually Is 12 00000 and of potted plants 510 There are no less than 10000 eptdbllsbmuuts In the United States do vot d to the growing of plants under glass Chlcago Chronicle misterleshow carefully the decks of sailing ships Play be washed down In the morning filIi enormous quantity of dust can be swept yn at night The Pro feacors EseapctlDneterla lie was apparently an old mans wore larjje spectacles and carried a small lulJtlcdtuned the waiting room of a suburban station deposited the satchel care Ie4sly near Use Ice cooler Suddenly Ibpso near tnw thfe satchel fqll and begird time sharp tlnkjj if breaking glass The old man picked up ai dlstftlllltTofrjrn ltrnzhtrhcrnU1 What were thryT Inquired soce or eln the Kvuipathctlc erovvd rrrImk YbnU Bacteria of a strange DrnzIian ftf vjirJV Quick man Crush tliom vrllli yorr foot JCnnt sir They are now flouting around in tht air There vat iiiotnrut of horror Thn tiiirewas a ruJUi nUll a little later ibe old man was the only cmipnnt of the waiting loom fi window was raised frorn the oursidp JusJ let them out easy Pete cau tjoneda voice Aptlt hon professor obeyed Ratchets prlps niidcnsis wrtit through tht window After lie hail flntahcd cal Ipcting the professor followed tlie lrtoty His foist litnnl foil back In the reciqjmItthose outside to vonturo In for their baggage It had vanished lUll the black beard tol l the tale Chicago ijxewo Th Olil T mc tJocor Whpii 14n young fellow said time man vho hotJas tblngx the fam ily phy lclj iKnttriulod hnl1tlte Ills of time rnptiilyjttitl tIll spoclallsts of tho profoswlpri rrro whglly unknown Tho couiftry ilootor was a surgeon as well as a ihECiaim lie was almost always dryer aid usually hnd remedies of his own liuvnton for common aliments A largo iiumlior of tho successful patent medloinw noj before the public ore prcwrlptigiifl of IIP ohf time eouttftry physician cOuld nnmen dozen snch Old Dr IIlll who was the leader In the tomil grow up In was called into tho country by an urgent message one night Ho wasnt advised what tho patient wrts Fiirrirlns from and upon arrival faluul it was nn ulcerated tooth that was Subjecting Its owner to most unbearable palnNota surgical Ithjhrmstruments Not much He vxtracted that tooth wIth an ordinary hammer and nail to the complete satisfaction of his patient anti himself Ill wager lie made a mighty good Job of It too New York Tribune She Coniant Stand it- Nosnlel the Ucnutlfnl actress cannot be your wlfu i love yort dearly Mr Frost and It you brulauy other nnmel would lit glad to go throng life sfinrlnp your Joys aud sorrqwi But bo protested mj1 name should not tand In the way What h It Slwkeppoarb says l A rose by another name vspuld smell as sweet What Is matter with my name Dots history record a single dark unworthy drcd committed by a Frest- No Ahclnnling ray yu will mak me the Happiest nan on earth No no cannot cannot sb moaned Why If were to rairry yo every ncwppnKr paragrapber thI country irouMf have w wethidff to 4r next morning about tae Irost M1i DarHftgfon received Afreiterda11 psi tonI allC jCWeago Ti crHeraM u u ri 1 NEW f FALL 6QODSO or If I 44PIWURR riLS t I Jt- u 1 fj I Latestt Styles Best X 1 e4Sw Jtlst What thV People ii 4ij I h 1m SeSiitIJ DStc t f lkI I mII JJ heviots Oovert d rui5i J j t r3rfAT Il WITER UNDERWEA F Mnu omenandphJJdrena1igrIr 1 nsoY8 ad Ohidrn Gkth1i f Mens woolSuits5 worth 75bBoys ivool Suits 4 worth 6 PI Child wool Suits 2 worth 3 t Child Veste6 Suits with silk Vet T IJ sometlingentirely new and nobby ooMens and Boys Overcoats aI1ty1sl4ndpices 4V i IIII II 1If SHOES J J fitipkmTfiDr ShoeIIt L ve lire doibgti 1tIi1 IShoe bi Slness of the toWn cay and exara 1lour several famous makes of Men Sfcotmibde i y Modris Shoe Mfg Co JB Lewt CoT and J Marc Bros Co tmens Shoe thade by t Prew elby ot Wolf Broeai tia Shoe Gb The aboVe inake are guaranteed in 1ievery respect wWei are maKJng unusual effoiS tol vj pleas our patrons 4 In styles quajity X aitllIofferijngspecial3 Buys Our cash prices consist of I g ttPottX Ai Gutaingliai fi DuiJiiL J 41p 1 jA Sue tmmt al Strntagtiai When the e cctric telegraph was ansi Introduced In o Chll a stratagem was resorted to Ir order to guard the posts and wires a ilust damage on the iiart- of the native end ftrnraTntalrr Ibe con nection betw en the strougbolds on theI jtwJ Chilean camp General Pinto ia comr It mend of the operations called them tof getbor and pointing to the telegraph III II want you to remember not to go nepr or toucu tlcmfor If you do nnjud1 wlllbpbelli nnd ypttwlli tii to Bet away yonrII jIndlijiis smiled Incn Tlien the general made them each In succession take hold of the wire at both ends w an electric battery in full 1obenuD1bedT1cr11d long after tjie general restored thtmte II Stltit Stl ffectJ f Jtestrictest conBileoce to every man In the t tribe and jtUe telegraph remained qa molestedS WnyIon his way to VishiuKton tQ b lnaugurnU4 as presldjpi t Ala WSln stoppedat Roeh osterPa n station on time rjttsliHrf Fort Wayi e and Chicago railroad Mr Lincoln all jbted fronl thiftar to Jrtretcb long abs by walking on the tlpu plfltfirin Ills Identity ttjj known to the townspeople there and a friendly conversation mm ensue t1stIPne yet- Seeing c tall man hi the crodMrii- icolit rt mark that he and the maa were of al out the same height arid pro rtheirtorbackabove their heads anti found Mr Lin i tct the prcsc rvatlon of the heath ken aud other knewas ratrodaced lato the New Vbrl house of assembly The sp iaker of the bovewk was 1thisforIother gat ic He jra blissfully micoMcIoM f his blunder intil an J n teHr frwr the north era part of the MA e irh had suffered from the df predattoM si the frOntier Indians rose to his feet II sjioi Id like to irfofe an ttwdme ftt to the Ml he saldmlWIy tj addinic j the wonts except tadliss Ybwths Compan TkeAesot f 1 ha culled uki the reporter ieIsee It ti wish to tidd aBythlaf one account of your wifes hjc fitlol this evening We hays west of the detoUti and a gtatot tnciwltfiff thos w will assist be iIii Tf rtTraf1 No replied tt bwilMMt There only MM J1cct8it tbatTM pect d to take any Iutestot is thertll be too one to hiript SM with that Exchange No PoseS 10 wti Do yea kasw r Ii a tdeny T woMiswilt BDF MSM mi for my appeOt aed It waes Wi t that lt null shfwNfjr Jirte fl a5bt- o tfr M Won WksA MMMv r I w Iousttsztbdodeechc o Psi thWNto1Tr- aim Ipt I A = J eeeatrisTe4seimii J osepb Dtltky kt1H otesthsity- aorded by his wifl ofbftil bl sonlnIar la tennis which oitbiless had a ptmgtBJcSouce bnVbqti are hardly compixhcnslblct ttlte ijo4ler XuaJlaity 1111rto the lout her husband one p euny to bus him a larktt1dstIcl ao gary- i give hlin as ihk1f mj jprecJa p of his prowesstanV BJfe lIb cir 1u Iflott bis sword os peat lay oira naked and ausrm das I was ani he well romilned with custard A grewsomeleguejr bvttiM ef Pitthi- ptiiientimse k1Fey Jt ktatJbe cut off after my death to uy MIl and dcfi4fn it easy he scat to blsi Iii hopes that snch a sight uinyf rfBla f htm cf tig duty jto tech after feitf su longnliaaIonec1 duty lie Gwd loa father who once nfteetiouIAteiriovet- bim lAnother father seems pjiBtrr to iave bogxiri hl will with tbe4u4srI uhflon of punishing an tuirtarJjiewi as C the fnlrystocles ssy aW tHl9Wes ferjo the wlU oflRlcbarill tlI1Y hy fouiHfer of th4 famous Welsh Ironworks Jt rjiiis tnrQy oniysop Kjho s8ver v W follow sly nitviccnnd has trcaclJfe jiulij Insrver jiaiiy Instances fiistes fit r wnklnj blfi l1jl3ltid rJlJNIftshllJarrti kgatee ns till this daylStIri gIr- hini IUO00OCharehmurait Journal EAA yooajr 4an httretisnite- ase wasred aad pInk tadtlInrlthe abels of lur fMB Iwtt4 boniIt- k street h1 hndSHtd t tjwfootidnctor go sixblocka flow mucbT 0h only a nickel f Jbe cond ietor answered I3iit tk1 jreHi tias babJ j ed over 13 c Bts iyis j llAI7 yoursch a glass of beee and eifiir mi rue Tme conductor avs thanks tftt trrplisii axWed Just baek t rore hey td is his fromlthe ynungus XICW Ontp3 the back pijttMa fkf tenvnrtl the candnctor tfc9crlb llW JtltVte tf- igroeslieer tIe 1Clti rlJlrAa the tRrl was toiW NIsKid 5ntrhej gaien s tlf tRltd11ottluctors tend he pretended If feegir1ii wasnt hi Europe attNL V He thlht Id qnestioakimnaheS Ills strssgecdsr KlMlJ WHItt timii ItoOI If lketrlek want aa llilate Htee aW it New Te eprcisi- lii New Yk etf arr encfamty ruM sing up peolmie whs iorgct an work Euotafl ctiste4o 00 111Jo It so yii know tt beve hst- mmaheotiLPlilMepiisP f Aa 4 okiaA ic iiofh ultr esalest TbJtII htl1nflaattoa tt l1ltttorit ulttttort tor dhtHJf at years bid as his eslkiguo lti i partismeitt of 1515 Ste 1 l i thebyitor of the tueus The Iatterree1gried 1NfftCItIaIP kaaet sqI his ltaomWeIuh ciseglitr osly ikoiitra is ySirMarkbIpcin lISored JUMbt istbf wayssdtbebetr1dnarr Itbi str as igtntt wed ftr sin ttu r 9 rt11St rolestmd jjmhiiik oT prcrv WatoHffWHl r are J otily b1JUrJ Vu tqmhe rrfrsJct rjr noialn VML W s uliiit dtite Ww to ad M sfttlNs Wise to el JiiJ Mirlaet rrMcviff with sing that the ferusP Wf a coj Iten RtWttv sad the antM f r IP v r t poll nt Nttont poly Rrr stood ttiBS Wood Toni ha1 ViMgl 0tV trnlnster iat tu E ir RJJUR 1I PIEIDNTDNIT TEETH EXtlACtEB WlfHOOt PAIN I opck Mibi t PGtlthDIICY AU Dental WOf rity- JPtrtt CMM t r JOS 4BSSELLj MPtI I I 1 to JU X h8 PJI CfJlfcfc AT zkwzwcfcIIJ Ii1Blft H 1rDENTIST 1M atLt3 tIiJ IiiMI l rinQP1xLD uj 4 PPL i p H LAMPTON1 OFFICE OpwHieL JlltS J SMOCK kI4GIE I Kh2 t OFFIGIMDr Rinehrt for roIIo over Peop1es Deposit Bimic OfUbo r 12 to 2 p m at MO CPIAYQROFTt DENTISTa710 Bailors I J t aPRlSFtftELT KY W LAYROOKirse i 61L IiL8l ocoatat t 1 l o wtua w QJIeC Z SPRINGFIELD KY wB RIN HART ATTORNEY AT LAW c Me Vrer Peoples Baalr PRINQFIEED K5f to 0 iesfer p at wagon p tU1 BY sir fe CLEMENTSIIi iis H a4qurt lat Cottons Under tk15g aM rrare Ste I r tl84Ire to notify the p Uot1aat I I aM pe1SdtOdO1111kI0t haulingD i1 Mtioa ltea to traak M saovlag lhnUMheW goods TtlefriMM No iT or leave orders 2tt- 1 8BOLBMENT8 i Rintiicly Nurseries i i or DtsvIUet have been trans n ferred tear Louisville on Birds towi pike wber their iincreasing InixfaMc anvb3rCHrried pn with i ph more ewtf Vacuities fMf better every way All oBittBicjitiom should be ad reidtO2 Boons GARDINER Mgr a f ti J Iefttllcky Thirsery COc Louisville Ky j r l r KtH Fa r ilwWiiwelsi I Mitte1 what ails you headache to Reamer you wiLt nfver Ret well until vMrkewestrePutflht CAS ARES Mf tare eeLs you without gripe or 1 r paIR preduc easy natural move kMMta eet yom just 10 ltInta to atnrt t i tt ryoHrk UUback CXSCARETS- Caii = v CatlwrUct the genuIne put up MtaI every taIIetia5 CC 1MbR Itware of Imlbat1oQs i4 JsJistra1or1 Notice Allr persons having claims tI igaIatt the eett4 of Mary AI uW lldece are hereby ttotifiad to pre eui the satne to a prop rjy proven and thc p j 11N will he settled Persons iudtbltd to the estate ate alsO iKKifedt to cowe forward and cettie S JMAVKS ti Administrator Tk r 111surIIft i If you k daLR Leth table teeatd cant r tateiiaCcot1iit of iRdlgsettOfl iWillkiii c Boe- 5vil1e hid- HS M tWway for Yrear tllth 1h1ts551t tw of Kodert Dypii I 4 r44sow1eu fhikJa1 J f1IS n1 wntand efrnp MtlBdly l 7 K4 XMeI DYFttIIt tf ri 1ItMt J Mt HryJoi A skIrIR5 f Wtt sf WMW to rest at alfkl one s ts PeTrWeey wit 1W MtMM1 kl isfreiIn iej- a etk ad csa 4 MY ebsr kowa rewy Itt pIsd1MelIrest I k pmissnesstln nMupef y aCMWfaIoVK aid t ti1wI I fI F F Efi stir f666 F E IitfABOUT TOW14 tMttiiiIiM t JtJ tJJ fl3t tt JiJ t t have just received a new La e of patt rnbat5 lastest siyles Gall i nd see them MRS KATE WILLIAMS The electioa in this county was conduct d in a quiet and orderly man ler No distur ances of any kind werelpoti tedJingfie141orMtckfille a gold watch j5 reward fortits return to NEWS LEAnER om eorBenPowe1li i The Plyfn Dutchman which as been ruania every night trntbe pst reek has been doing gppd busi Less and merrygo parties have been popular t Dont fail to hear the inimita ble BobTtylpr in his latest i ecture Sentiment at the Opera House Saturday night November 17 Season ticKets entitling one to reserved seats for the Lecture 1 CoursBfou ectur scan be vjdollSingle ticke s 1 each The con nued ary weather as caused a water famine Jn town and ttl a people ore more than ever at xious for the day to come when water works will be work f Farm for rent on Btfrdstown turnpike 1 miles of Springfield all in grass Apply to 00 MCGLL 80i W Navarre St South Bend Ind LOST or TbLENI Spring field on la it Saturday night a Iknall gray mare about two years old Had n saddle and bridle Rewurd fcr any information leading tb ier recovery Leive wotdarNE wtf LEADER office or will W B OIL The sale of the famand person l yroj erty of A J Graves deceased U lok place on last Wed nesday Stock and crops all suld well and there was a good crowd in attendance The farm onshtlngjofSO acres was soldj Mr Murphy pf this county j for 2056 per acrebThe Mason Stock Co which roduceA Rivallby Request iha Opera House on Thurs day November 22 has success fully produced during ihe pastij two years such plays as Tuluf A Box of Monkeys andUGH r bert Engaged Mr Dawsou g one of the best black race song f and dance men in the business and will entertain between actsI ont miss bim Notice Tobacco Growers I wish to inform the shippers and growers of tobaccq ot Wash i ingtbn Nelson Marion and Boyle counties that I have made an arrangement with the Buck er Tobacco Warehouse Co of Lpuisville Ky to solicit co lIsiguments of tobacco to thorn and will be prepared to makp reasonable advances and furnish casks etc to parties who desire them to ship tobacco ttheLouisI ville market dud I will mike it poinito call and see as many f the shippers and farmers as I possibly can between now and the time of shipping an4 1 would like for all of my friends who have tobacco that they wiRI likely priz to remember me wh n they get ready to ship My Post Office address for the present will be PoJin or Spring tted The house that 1 epreI sent is an Independent House and own their own warehouse property and have been engaged 01moj01 treatment prompt and best efforts to get themlifood prices forth ir 8B4m W S Y GOODLETT In Memoriam In emory of Mr Chcrlesj White who diet at his home in 11Imany friends to mourn his loss He w4s a failhfulhusband and 31 kind father and a kind and godi neighbor The manv friends extea sympathy to the bereaved wife j nd children A FRIEND You cantaford to Ilbk Tour me by siloWiigacouclior cold to uevelop lotOI Y1J ol1laor consumption Ono MhiHtp Corgh Cure will cnrolhloit and lung trouble quicker tqau auy other preparali known tnlY doe y ItlslChildren likp tH afltt nW her cmlorsu IU J U 1 noLrtlUlh The ResiilfkithiSCoi1nty- Thetectlon in Washington county passed quietly The weathexjWas fine and fttcou the full Vote was polled As cow pared with the election last year the Democratic ticket tar d bdty the mafbrity being re duced over a Jiundrod votes The precincts where Republican gains were had arc Pottevilie Mackville and the three voting places la Springfield A commendable feature aboutthe elec tion vms the absence of the pull nand hauling and bribing and such scenes which are unforfcu nately too frequently In evidence 0 i election day Each side had made a thorough cam paigd afnd every effort was made to get ut the full strength of the votej of each side but so far as known no li11dulAeddulgediuThe voWypreClncts MACKVILLE Bryan 164 McKinley 124 Beckham 165 Yerkes 28 iNORTH Bryan 81 McKtnjley 166 Beckham 81 Yerkes 166 POTTSVILLE Brjan 152 kc Kinley 131 BeckhamlSS Yerlkes 18Lr I KELLYS SHOP Bryan 141 McKinl 95 Feckham1 141 YerKes 97 j jIFREDERICKSTOWNLBryanOO- McKinley B5 Beckham 201 Yerkes 85 MOORESVILLB Bryan 169 McKinlev 78 Beckham 169 Yerkes r8 WILr4snuR Bryan 118 McKinley 157 BecUham 119 Yerkes 158 SPRINGFIELD No 8Bryan 118 McKinley 164 Beckliam 123 Yerkes 160 SPRINGFIELD No 9 Biyan 194 McKinley Beckham 195 Yerkes 67 6JJ SPRINGEIELD No 10a yanI 163 McKinley 130 Beckham 163 Yerkes 180 BRUSH 0R0vEBryan 83 McKinley 238 BeckhtfliL 83 Yerkes 287 HKNDREN Shows a plurality of EOfor the Republican candi dates The figures shqw Bryans majority over McKinley in the county to be 68 votes Beckham eats Yerkes by 76 In the Congressional race Smiih leads Jolly by abo t76 volesr SI SJanv people worry because they bi lioyo they havo heart diaensb The chances nro that their hearts lire all Ight but their stomnchs arc unablo to digest food Kodol DjBpppslh Curo di ests what you eat HIld peventrtt the formation of gan which maksj the stomach press against the rttlll cure orery form of Havdon Robertson l1Qrjl1QrjJt One good dose pf Dr oiIs Honey su retlrinjf stopn a Itov scroup or cur s n coljl nndjnsurcs quiet rest and retmshtng altep lIt Is harmless Jlahlps love ItaiI inithera who have used It rooo mend IL Good druggists soil it A Great Sale t The great twoweeks show and sale of Shorthorn and Here ford catl at Kansas City Mo was concluded this week Tots was one of the greatest beef cattle events of modern times In America About 1000 head of the finest cattle in the United States were on exhibition and about 400 of them were so dat prices which indicate the popu larity of the two breeds We- aN glad to note that Kentucky was well represented in both show and sale rung The Beau Donalds from MrWB Uur tices herdot Herefords at Eminence were especially conspicu Otis andy won a share upf the prizes In tne three days sale of Shorthorns held last week 47 bulls averaged 305 64 and 97 females averaged 322 37 mak log a general average tor the 144 head of 31690 itarmers Home Journal r Mr H H Black the wellknown village blacksmith atOrshamsrille Bulllvan co M N YsBys Our llttlo son live yeais old croupjawhave feared many times that he would We have had tbo doctor and used IIdIe medicines but Chamberlains Cough RemeJy Is new cur iple rtliaace It seems to dissolve the torgh irucus andI by giving frequent dOses vrfcen the Jr u y symptoms Appear we have found that tb dreaded croup Is cured before it gets settled There Is no danger in giving this lexedy for It contains no opium or other Injurious drug and may be given as nfldontly to a babe as an adult For talc by Hay don ltObcrtson druggists If youhao evor seen a child In the agony of croup you can realize how grateful mOthers are far One Minute Cough Cure which jrivcs relief as soon 1as url8Icough colds Iud iiU throat and lun troubles Haydon Uobertsn re Cere CooiUpatloii Tpreyef Tle rjaxaireU Candy Catbarile iOoo iajJCo Culall tocurc arujaflttcrcfaaa j5 Mrs Kate Williams was in LouisJ yille1a week t Miss I yda Qrnndr quito sick with typhoid fev6r Misses Allie Hill and Nell Watheo of Lebanon jwere here Sunday Mrs Jennie Thompson of St Maryt visited her mother here thisjpeek- Wi R Curtis who has been at Dan yule for some time here this week Mr and Mrs C 0 McOhord nnc daughter went toIoulBvilleyeaterda Mt Emmet McElroy and Mie Bottle Irvine were in Lebanon Tues day A Mfssea Ellzd and Eddie Mullicai haye moved into their homo on Well Main Street Dr Burton accompanied by Misi Eleanor MoElroy went over to Lo rettd Tuesday Mrs Charles Robertson bad a few friends to 6 oclock dinner last Friday in honor of ilr and Mrs Harry RI Thompson Mr Henry Whelan and wife left Bards owri llast Telldnyafterno nfor Los Angeles California where they expect to make their future home Mr Whblan was born and raised in Bardstown and his wife was Mise Gassie Combs of this county Man warm friends deeply regret their de parture from old Kentucky and wish for them a euccesaful journey and much happiness In their new home in the far west Lebanon Locals From tho Enterprise Echols Russell and Charges Watiben engogeJ in a wrostliog match Monday which resulted 10 a broken arm for Efthols Both tbones of the letarm just below tthe elboV were fractured The accident caused tha young man much pain but he is outVa ry lug his bandaged limb in a sling Mrs Polin Hughes tf Ray wick djed at the residence or her husband after a lingering Illness last Monday October 29 1900 DurFng her llong sickness she bore her heavy suffering with great fortitude Deceasedf was the daughter of the late laj mented Hugh Walker of Stj Marys and thesister df Mrs James T Flanagan of St Mar vs and of Mr Philip Walker ofM line Kansas Jim Mays colored had o difficulty Wednesday with Enl Squire Spalding wbp has jiist returned from a trip to the pen len 15When Policeman Thdmpson undertook to take the former to prison he resisted ta such Iau extent that the officer had to strike him across Jhe forehead with the butt end of his pistol inflicting a severe wound The negro relcsed to go stiy when he was dragged to tbe sweat box To resist an officer is dangerous work which none but the foolish attempt I hive used Chamberlains oil c Cholera unddiarrhCRi Remedy and find It to bet great medicine saya Mr E S Phlpps of Poteau Ark It cured me of bloody flux I cnnn t speak too highly of it This rcmidy always wins the goo- dOPlnlonlho praisO of those who use It The quicK cures which It effects oven In tht mote severe cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by Haydon Btertson Druggists To piirfand enrich tho bloodjshfongth en the nerves and invigorate the system use Dr M A Bit mons Liver Medicine LETTER LIST List of lletters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending November 81 1900IMr Jao Camge Mr John and Josh Goecb Mr James VanHook J L Wilson Mr Benjamin Wheat Mr Jobn Ronnie When calling for these letters please sy Advertised W A WATERS P M Both makers and circulators of conn torfqiltb commit fraud Honest men will notdoccjye you IInto baying worth loss counterfeits of DeWitts WUcK IfHzel Salvo The original Is infiiUHilo for curing plies sores eczema and nil skin diseases Haydon tt Robertson The New York Sun says tit is now reported that the Hon Ton BR ed will live in Brooklyn F this sort of thing goes on the upIouFtt CASTORIAI IletInfaEte ad CkiMrei Tie KINd YN IIIYS Always Biktlit f Sears the dSignature of Whonyou want prompt acting little plllH that uovor gripe use DoWltiV Uttlo KirIy Risers Ifayiiou A itil- orLsiii SoToBao rotj yirt Cert Gcnrantettl tjl ac iablt dire nmcea wen nczjzct ttUJ 51 40 v J LAI4 7 7 N S 7d II EI5 1tRffs 1The Wteranirnporter ij Breeder and Shipper of High Grade Belgiaa Hares t Makes a specialty of supplying j Eastern Breeders and Wales at Prices That Talk My RabbItry is headed I by DASH METEOR score 95 34 by Judge HC Warwick Dash z Meteor was imported to America tt1April8 trrt and is a directsoif of- Lu iCampionYASH winner of 22 first f prizes specials and medals 4 tI I HaY Over 2000 Head to Select From ir l Also 100 matured stud Bucks for saler scoreing from 93 12 to 95 12 points j 11I keep all the lleading strains and make aspecialty of starting newbbgihners- CORRBSPONDENGESOLICJT6D j my special offer on Page i r 6 QlI EDWARDS East 28th St Los Angelas CaL Her KaovrleilKe of Chinese A young wpmnnnt a ratcrlng place one summer made a reputation as a profound linguist In a rather odd niant ner She cnllcil oncdny at a Chinese laundry wlfCro she Had left a shirtwaist but It could notke found as ttiero was no entry In the book of hiero glyphs corresponding to her pink slip After a half hours search the China man found the entry A mistake had been made so ffbeentry was crossed out and n new set of hieroglyphs In tiny cliaracters placed below She was told that the waist would be laundered immediately and she could get It the SIThej ed for It accompanied by three other Syculig women Atthe seasbote the ex citement of a visit to the Chinese laun dry is not to be despised TheChlna manto whom the plnk slip was pro seated was not the laundryman of thoI day before and he experienced the same difficulty In finding the Identify tog cnaracter finally saying Not In JTheJ It and the Chinaman allowed her take tho book Turning the leaves toll til she came to one that had an entry crossed out with another in tiny characters under it she handed It to tho Chinaman There It Is and to his surprise he found it SYou only lady I know splk Chi ncso he said And the other girls looked upon her with admiration Kansas City World The TTnlane Horn of the VBleorn The horn of a unicorn was shown at WIndsor castle and In 1598 was valued at over 10000 Lewis Vertomanijus a gentleman of Rome saw with ills own eyes two unicorns presented to the sultan of Mecca by a king of Ethiopia They were In a parlrof the temple of Mecca and were not much Unlike a colt of 30 months of age This was in 1503 Tho animal became extinct about the end of the seventeenth century Tho unicorn is represented in the ruins at Pfirscpolls and it was ad9pted by the Persians as the emblem of speed and strength In the middle ages It was the symbol ot purity The unicorn hated the elephant and It nscd to whet Its horn on a stone before Itstruck the foe In the abdomen family by tho way should be jrfthout one of these horns the Average length of which Is four feet They defend from witch craft Thus Torquemada had one al ways on his writing table Further more a drinking cup made from one will fe a safeguard against poison will the ground powder put In UI and Indeed the wells of the palace St Murk could not bo poisoned In the goQd old days of adventure because these bcncQcent horns had been thrown Into them Unicorns horn was formerly sold by apothecaries at 120 an ounce Boston Journal Fat PoIl emea Have you ever noticed that nearly all policemen get fat asked a man who keeps his eyes open This would seem to disprove the theory that walk Ing Jn the open air is a means of reduc1 Ing superfluous weight l baveithown new policemen to start on their beats weighing do more tItan 125 pounds In six months they would Up the scales at tharlr1ltopen air thaif docs It for I have noticed that While policemen grow fat tho- house sergeants who arc confined to the stations are invariably thin Those who patrolil the streets gain the uiaxli mum weight In about three years The muscles then harden and despite their apparent burden of flesh the men usu ally develop great activity One of the best runners and Jumpers I know Is a policeman who weighs nearly 300 ybunds Philadelphia Record X DUhopa Retort At a dinner party a young man was once talking rather foolishly about Darwin and his books and be said to tho bishop of Winchester Wllberforce My lord bate you read Darwmfi last book on the Descent of Man7 p have said the bishop wherenpoa the young man continued What non sense It Is talking of our being de scended from apes Besides cant see the use of such stun I cant see what difference Itwould make to me It my grandfather was snaps No the bishop replied Idont see that It would But It must haye road an amazing difference to your grand motherl The young man bad no more to say Heard Slim Slgfc I have been sitting on the porch listening to the sighing of the wind she said sentimentally by WilY of ex planation of her long absence from the house Yes I heard him sigh promptly put In tim small boy IIinii Who demanded the head of the household Whr that young fellow youalways soul was nothing but wind annxnrdd nit tiny And thus wat1e secret be triyedChkugo Teat 1 FreBchvremaHrf Ideal at DreJular Frenchwomen are the best models living ojt per ctncss in dress In tho first place they are educated to thrift and not to extravagance which Is the true foundation of character both forking and peasant After that come a pride and attention tothat part of her wardrobe whrch Is not visible hose underwear corsets petticoats They ore selected with on eye to their suitability to the occupations of the womans life and one fancy garment Is not purchased at the expense of another san example a housemaid will not buy a showy red silk petticoat andf wear disgraceful stockings ourS Constantly dq and feathers on her hat with worn Ut shoes A Frenchwomans gown may be of the cheapest fabric but she will not fry to trim it Into something fit for fabrics of three times Its value But she will see that1 it fits well and Is neat and trltnAnd knowing that her underclothing is what It shquld be she moves about alertly conscious that she Is well set up and tidy from head to toe That this consciousness does have Its effect on the carriage the bearing and general appearance BO one will dispute It makes all the difference In the world toward building up self respt A Fault la Tate iLserious fault of taste Is tobave your abode finely furnished and decor rated at the bottom and all dingy and forlorn at the top There are many excellent people who think nothing jf having satin and leather wall papers the finest pak or the gayest of white paint below while as you ascend the stairs you are gradually conscious that the owners Interest In their abode ems to cease abruptly at the best bedroom and that once having passed that sacred chamber Ills best not to be too critical or to Investigate too nicely You may be sure that 4n many houses the ancient and discarded cnr pets which once flaunted It down stairs in the reception rooms the old fashioned furniture the broken down clocks have all been relegated to small bedrooms parslraoulously hung with wall paper at a couple of cents a yard Tho result to be sure Is not cheerful In these upper regions live children governesses servants and other un Considered members of the household What does Jt matter If they are dally and nightly depressed by the sight of ugly walls midVictorian furniture and threadbare carpets so long as the drawing room Is guy and tho din lug room sufficiently Imposing Ceahlbni of Today The cushion or pillow an old time institution and in nncjent Rome on tate occasions onlccrs entered first ito set the cushions while In those jdays as well as at the present time the regalia nod various Insignia of jblgb ofllce were borne upon a cushion A century ago It was nothing more than a bolrjr or smnll squhre stuffed with horsehair or made of reps und damask to match the upholstering of he furniture says the Pittsburg DIs patch Beautiful indeed la the cushion of to day with iU goodly proportions artistic design exquisite work and ma terlaL Wtbout a lavish supply of these down filled silken ease Inviting pillows of rest no room can be con sidered properly furnished Their In finite variety Is an added charm and whether o art linen silk satin or brocade they constitute with the ex ception of flowers and books the great est finishing touch to a room PanBlBC af Ike BrooBi Tub broom which has always bees considered the particular weapon of the housewifehas now given way to the carpet pweeper What a Jolly titse the girls will have learning their wilt tory movements with these clumsy mestic implements Fancy using a car pet sweeper to down a burglar or tel chase a strange dog out ot tkt kitchen or to scare a BOUN out of a coraerll But the edict has gone forth The broom so log a useful and respected piece of kltchea furniture BOW used only occasionally Woowm have dis covered that carpet sweepers sot only gather up more dust but that they gather it wlthost dlstrlbuttag It In thf air and ever the furniture Latwr lightened the wear and tear on rug and carpets is considerably less and there Is no chance of the baby upst tlng the dustpan after the work Is flhr Ilshed Apr for i t areEngHsh walnuts nod filberts Inthe bur have IHTU Introduced here from England ths seasonj and have bee much la demand for lwich o an4 dla ner parties They arrived her perfectly frwb after a voyage la coM storage cm aa ocean JUer aad as the flavor Is dcliclwiily sw ef tlwy jaakt a Vflr feIJlrab1e delicac AIIJec1Sia a cut glaSs bowl tb Mau with tk kj green bars are aa naBMt t the tabIe Kdaente er Jtawtl fTHk Cseersis- Cnndr Ollmrtlc cure canfttlpatlpn TorerMf WcSSt irtc a4idrurgtstsreJuo1isOsb7 J W WlWi vHiViiiiiii V r I 4T11Octonispit 3 N mattert how yoivotcl t it14crtd laUreto Itt tAj r d t THU REROREt 1 3 GQ 10tf iJ J i II McSrf3 iorWAflMTH1MG8IN IIUI4DIE3RWEAR t ri i 3 Set Good Jhlrtjiit irtyiliv Z 3 H ij I j Lvienwomri3I Ivar1j 7 iif itinrerrn 3 f r J o 3 t t k- Urierwear I t pot I jiJ j4ffJ t I 11I 1Wecarry a big lieoft tfe j 11 If i i1 i ij1111B ST HOSIERY fE E M 41tJN- OYi I Mi 5 JOHN AVi t mwkmjj Undertakersd fJ FurnltureDeaJY Y f carry a lull Kneol fine Fur jijiitiire Bedroom iSaite prie ckingClt irs Carpets kiiii icture Frames I If t F Our Uprtaking Departmentbt I T kIs 1 Coffins Caskets and Burial Robes anstv Tpapntfy1d Calls J ti SQInOnel CUI MainStWe e Load The Processibu- wit I Buggies Pheatons u reys and Driving Wag9ns w1tht4L- yonp will find stmlly ffrstaland npto date We keep ia 1re house Ml of Tebicles lrW1J cl 2 one injay a selection to suit ons1 j taste and poeketbook Lkg- Oi1JI Lt lia handle the OH Htri y W4of the tUKlbeWNi MeCORMIC MACEIIEj r Plouls nda1Ikinds of Farming Implemen r1PEED AND A8EPOI GBAI t SEDS j 1HONSQNJJfl 8PRINJELbSKY L i iavCcFe e5 MfVJ Firs ak coito tviiiwt r watt y t softie Itt 5bH eJtdclywl awig4n- ed t pbrt1ei PiaL twk Ur I5b vle4sS4V lotrla8 it sp4catlet rhter tbeu1d he we tar iaectl f 1tfrp tb jb Ai liis r lee tjrstt PIIeeS lnsei arMIkasciedrlr sa iu7s1lIi4 L 7ee 1tWtI gis J i5A r WHtn WfMl TNaHl- tMllY heal t the Maft bst tft4n4 mv s in tl is4r crlw 1f 4 0Ii kits 4iss wz- rti L UCb ba 5 l fI iw sA ti- nrh 4t v i r A feU pg 4 lia IiiItrxt cftiMutMM to a way 1bts t rid of sfciif j peooM r lM of tfTiir tbiNt a ptiipccp eclt7 i ItUMrw t pit loetaf that a fcnryer jrlw a wabqat town aWIw N S fit ether pfnspt Ip n t averac reiitff ou a bee ticket kd made rqueds t I certain e kll foe Xew Yt IIea4 bMD N 1aNscdersee wortt7 fibttr cube ke co411o1W1 ardqtltoUtlookiRgatttt hJatItIt tbeparlozcar tbe rcissjfrrtrr rimr along the iwho r wnyi a l JIIfII psper the iodito barcoad nttqrettbo jTr pajjlfieircarirare lbeld eftHie pujttreartfaUfr looked at the koMfcr I tiwn jiamiBed the pu a alI naidcfrwle care Tbe lawyer tttie coeductor seemed to sg tfctfiiw more titan ordinary I ai staifd at the official with a 1 that lUcawd that he might at j r a dtaMPtor id asked with con jfrwadi AaJt the wat fjatriiuductr looked at kia question ii e qohssteal way and then said the pHi is all right Mt liLly ares tht bt reed pauper OT wPBotoqrranaeriptwe cawiiit deat oti w rt the Interesting expert II beiofifttng to the first tforthflcld nftloiurisritocpbutS It was tIle con Uoe ItfHir 4t soon arid about 1X u were rittlBg under the tent ou uud Top r Sifted Jteaalag sturdily agalHit tent pe led the meetisg Sudden thirt came from bln the woBetbrenu so growa in grace that you car bave 11aany hands went op Quick as a i a lbut neither gharply norlztsaU kitfly Mr Moody turned to gemliijpBiotlier Hin12 atItanbcnatbmtoMfendedworse Then aaotkfer mhiister broke STAp4ob1intnamfeMMt wHUthe reproof was one Then ie mMectirely covered his lace and spoke through his fingers HretSreB I bmit the fault myfrJel d charges me Upaiybag7 reImMHsai An Eegllshph 9iclan of dlstiactib r give these gugge ikmii for cure Of b somnlAt In cases where the patIentI eI for an hour er two thea wakens ffitU a start nnd cannot go to sleep KfRD the physician recommends th a to water compress be laid on the aIr Aonien When one cannot fb to sleep retiring and is unable to dismiss tbongijte that have occupied the day it to dised that the pttea keep his 1 t la water as hot as he can bear t yinrori bly for ten minutes before go fcJ to bed He should then put op c jjuir of thin cotton hose wrung out of cold water and over thoserp41roff iroolfn on f A more powerful remedy ifatoiwtHrd sits bath with tho propor ticJnt cpfeti In the bath from 10 to 20 min 1ftt3i In many cases a reclining bathI i t1Id water Iis useful as sedatlvc Wrtf FBBBleBt SteryT t lr WHfrld Laurier once said that he r onddered tAe folfewfe the foaniest atory In t1iew wD you agree with Iiiui7 Ag titIemaB wasoncei being taken ovpryi Idiot H3jlum basked an at tendftat kojr they knew when an idiot tiedtuOial managed We take them Into a yard where there are aercral trough We turn the taps and then give the t idiots buckets to tail out the water 3and empty the troughs Many of theu ooHUIB wbt1 netr stops the tapI1bwt ifeflcfetlea otrtae wer4s tkaB Archie Slicap reso i hrteiy waded out attSrli fr Jie 18 s u4 v to his waist I e i i rV But lee didnt get the lily r r It wu still y fd WfroD1 bira sad IB deeper mud r saTagejyslopping his way back to shore arigels have too darned much whereiitreadtr Chicago Tribune ttke aelI Children said Aict Mary yoa have S new little brotber He came 1 Sf iotJi Dlomlngwh1e l atSthe 1Jten IkJ6I wborouVilila WkQ WIC ItT sked As Mary Why the m UikB ef elrraw it kis cart Ftmllle supplied j j Tlt BI NerR plT ThfiHMbMd spurlyj TOH OBgbt te 1kewQIMI could Jearri If I hi a little more to practice TrJtk Puck f Lty1eu the B1aws JtwfiM Ckoate ofice by overwork fead iffgMeilbtei health Edward E exsstwtMwitk kiss eae oc verettll Myfrgt J tMy aear fffesd If you are ilt lHrefjf mt eoMMerate yea will nI ye i jek 1JfutlL rLI Oi replied tbelegal W STas 51 rtMHttee was destroyed bag agoitfri i Mrtac I the bylaws tt aie tbt greatesti hIsggreas 44 tf Ia great lakes are lathe G orglam MJpf dtetrkt Frete the cold deep a r rkf MMdi sad liiiiaaBds ef reeky Meta s 1V5a7 w feew HB iIcdJfHI I A h54W5t7HxriteppeA Mtan Ip KtopiOh stop v Jrtdbc Hardupp UIIIIdhSkIIig IaJMT8f ase Mrti JIItNei I l sse a JIM M4i ao lIiia JTI Jfe XJoiiM IdTate latelYlew Itlv a tew mInutes prIv eiy rutiwith yewr he asked tI be stood at tht opes door of a hiTyycrs Mkc IB t1 aB and Trust bulldtBg the ether afteraooa- rCant yoB speak tight otttJ tO p where YQureTasked the lawyer lu NfJIY after looking the man ofcr Id rather make a priratft matter of It yWhatiSL the nature of tour bUS gi 1Co4fldentiattriqtly pfirate sea nfl tfil I 4V t Well I kate ao time to grant you b private tatervlew If you have any rlgbtJMreIIwanted the loan of a quarter- AsameredtlnaIr man a1r1 rJeYesislr knew tbatsjt froujd hurt Both our feelings if fwore used in- blicyours because you couldnt af d to eaa me the money and mine rouaJltmyNo air fccllngsrIt nt- JNtIL Lad 1yteUncs are the only bnes karti YotKllawae Just so said the man as he bowed pardonrWasj aa q feagaad I have the feelings aid IM Boaey j Impassible hasm no e Jis trying to bridge Good dayr lfaaIigtoa Post Tke feedlti faafl be Leas I notice that Automobile MAat thery rays that horses often make re for the corn lie paints remarked e art icjagne student to another Well there might be some truth U it said the second saw a little in cident at the art institute the other day that made rae think of Mr Montgom ryt proUd boast You know those hi gelDa on the sides of the steps the rk of Kemeys are pretty lifelike I w aliaslittle white poodle cattle down the steps the wake nf a woman with styli clothesI ILTbe poodle had a gold colil llaf around ils neck and was alto withereclinena of a dog that you could find walked upto one6f the lions sett back on his bind Jegs and looked the big stone beast Then be sniffed d glanced around Inquiringly Ale once be made up his mind dea fiercerush for the lion barking viciously and as loud as a dog si x hes long could bark He positively nelledle with wrath There you ore If Kenncys lions so excited a poodle dpg It may be that he mrsesttVe Chicago Inter Oceanth thThBusiness manager ot great London ne biwspaperGeorge take down an advertisement as I dictate Ittand then send It up1no Ready All right Wanted a man for a pleasant Indoor position Short tours light work no experience nee s ar asyyear Answer In own handwriting Millionaire Great Daily office CllerkI have It down sir and wi LIof sendit to the printers at once Busines Manager ea week laterfuGebrgc Low many answers were rt eelfred In reply to that advertisement Clerk Eighteen thousand Business Manager an bour Inter Go paodfor isyouSeedy Individual What do you charge for am advertisement for sltua wanted B 50usibesshigh 2 shillings a line but you mus- emernbcr the rnst number of poop we fareachsingle advertisement Inserted last week there were received 18000 nawersrI Jmdnn TitBits riloHome Beantlfsl Jevrela The fact that exhibitors of Jewjslry from all parts of the world would me ton common ground In Paris no doubt put oven the greatest and moe twt ftimpus business houses on their met and the result Is seen In superb disIntys Among the most remarkable coaturesconsisting of only 40 peails and yett ornamntthlsj perlal for the stouts reprcHent an av i erage of nearly 10000 each A second cklace of shatchingprseuth 137500 There is a pen dant the center of which is a perfect pigeons blood thhugeezsland a hair ornament of lustrous usIl1Iaits thobgoldenIiCj IodollDysplit Digests what you elat l Ittrtlfioialb digests tie food and aids attIre In streagtbening and reconuf the exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it ip efficiency It in stantfylTellevesandpennaneritlycures D 1oyiabaNauseaSJckHeadach t nperfectdlgcstfonPrtd f WOOD WlMBATT Druggistsa A Match Trick k feat which any pne can perform with little or no practice Is that of placing 14 matches upon a table and j lifting them nil up upon one of the ftatches TJiis lshowttls done Pic but one match the one that line the iattest 6 tRenndflieti place six of a he other inatches about onefourth acb across the first one each of the six beiag parallel to oath other nud the thickness of a match distant from each other Next place six other matches 1 onefoarth each across the first match bat from the other side all parallel and n the spaces left by the arm nglmr t qf the first six matches Now tain4 1 j fourteenth match Iny it over the 12 matches whore they Intersect and by carefully lifting rriatch No 1 and hold ling match No 14 m phice you will ac sh without difficulty the featT Adelaide Herrmann Ip Womans HottCoapaalpn ittltItK seio Tee lAwai iTa utobaeeo easily and fprater b01l18C tJIMl t Ferlfaer Cvie C u Jeee Carts Mdy cathirifa Jhr 1 fMl UKI ciQ- = r TiWMANp Mctsnc Fsr ioanjr Gfrl SklrU Gathered Plaited or FlatA Hut Fr mIarJw Thiscoatandsktrt costume of pale fawn cloth is destined for the wear a grlbf about 10 years old and you must please note and admire the eml- Bently fashionable arrangement of the little skirt with Its encircling plaits r Jn of5aelyof the hem The sack backed coat stropped aud stitched In the most npproCd1pode of the moment and for purolawliltestring colored straw the crowntied lilthmolrc ribbon and the broad Ibr toimbOW1PblladelphlnLcdger Gathered Plaited or Flat The success of the gathered skirt Is announced with a great flourish of trumpets I hnfe seen them among 03 w models tbdtjiave been shown me by six diOTerent dressmakejs Never thclesa be wary of gathered skirts They only suit very tall and thin wo en They are only chic when 10m a first class dressmak jr otherwise ey look like a peasant ouiaus skirtt ey are heavy and ungal ily On tho other hand fiat skirts with a oadhoflow plait stitch d behind are not finished so say thewbo have t yet socn the summer uodels This however is the arrnng went usually employed because It harmonizes with every descrlption of trimming where these ard the very ornaments that look well on a finely plaited skirt Plaits however are by no mcan out fashion They have even been per fected from a practical polut of view was vcry dlfBcult and very ungraco l to hold upn finely pljilted skirt cut round such as were wo u last winter At present plaits are njot so deep jas thoy were They are wideped Into nels whereby the fullness is diiiil h hed Thcso new skirts with small panels fire much easier to succeed with Sometimes the plaits are held at tIle top with stitching forming broad fes 0flS I have seen a charmlns light dress accordion plaited foulard flattened r as 8Q centimeters below the wal by rows of Tvhlte stitching very do together Below these rows of stitchoi g the plaits hang treely like ndeepI unce The effect was extremely graceful n o0geawThere Isn Quip In Vofhohe would notliave failed toembrace clitrnithenies to pue He ch foarmingwedding th nn d at taaboutw rerehim was dressed somewhat 03 the bride was expected to be clad and ISane walked up the main aisle of t eJ orgtlnlstbegan itathe inthers came forward and told tb 1DI at the clergyman was waiting for them and their friends near percelv ing the situation urged them to ire spond tb the summons The yoUng woman paid she was ready and will ing but the young man to his evi r lasting ttbedisgrace mOve who know the girl say that Hugh will not have another such chance for hap pinessBrooklyn Eaglem 1IA writer giving some personal rue in cries of Mr Bluckuiorc Baya he could n pralsiLoran litIItold that Lorna Doom1 Is his great work the work In which his faun u JIvo butt says the writer Estrange say Iu as far as bin gentle nature w teasgentltl the mere mention of till book O etncenaUon Hidd iQb refll e said filling his pipe VneXISjjXnd t was he the glorious chap hes mitJpout to be In Lorna DootieT Certainly not said Mr Blqckmoru h e was a coarse brutetoNew Eug laud Home Magaxlne An Odorless OUtnfecfant ViCcidodorless disinfectant prepared as for lows Dissolve half a pound of per manganate of potash In four gallons ofV water and pour this carefully down theIpipes This solution jf allowed to stand In bowls or basins will gtoln them purple The stains may be re j moved with a weak solution of oxalic g acid The acid must be rinsed oIIra mediately after It has been used Ladles Home JournaL A rinUbed Speco- bMea4Wben Im asked to sing 1 dont STjj fNo I cant sing nOr walt tjlsntt MIss BLenwe thOsCompany to usi I It out tot themselves rhliadclpbU Bulletin tVi sell and recommend Readsi tQr fine wheat iIG D ROBRRTSON fc ibN- V ncnte Your iKmois Vih CuncafoM rntlinrHi curji const Ipni on forpraR 1sct5csrw i ALONDQ4BAUTyTO WED I tbeindoubteiilythoii benuogirl Tiondohi Is engaged t- omarrtlleast this is the story that exclusive circles are whispering about And her htisband Is to be none other than Arthur Baltour the first lord of the treasury and Conservative lead r of thev house of commons Rumor doubtless speaks fairly In this case at UDY flELEN least totthe prominence of the two contracting parties Is such that tt1mis sca4celybeArthur BalfoUr is undoubtedly one the moat astute statesmen in the pire If lie were not the tact that Ishe was the nephew of the prime minis ter would be GUflicIrat to keep him In the public eye His fearless nature- dan Ills forceful views suffice to db orna kinsblp His marriage would InterestdEnglishmen aUd to foreigners as w poelljltclcn Stewdrt is npt less gft ILl Sbpiis a brilliant brainy woman ranks In London society higher on account Of her ability than on account of her onncctionThe daughter cf tbe Marquis of Londonderry her pos tlott 3Itunexceptionable Ilcr amiable disposition her sweet sympathetic na ture endear her to all and she already cnjpyKia friendship more extensive fa patronnge more surpassing than irother for in spite of tbe marchioness beauty she was never a favorite owing to her quick tongue and sarcastic wit Lady Helen Is often accepted as the head of the family and Is Idealized by her tnth rtbe former viceroy of In dla Her marriage to Arthur Balfour would not only be surprising in that the lOjtter was always regarded as o confirmed bachelor cud that his dispo p1eftSUNhegrosses his attention tthat Ittlrithought improbable that he would ever tbinkiqf else Evidently however be nod Lldy Helen have marie Jjood use of the little time be has given social matters JVIt Is said that ere the wedding oc purs Arthur will be reined to the peeraerI age and wIll be given a seat in house oflordsVH A Young Queens flabby Yoiing Queen Wilbelmlnds Joy knew no boundH not long ago when the hal Jli1sthe great ambitions of royal prln cesses The lady colonels only number about 10 and these appointments are confined to Germany and Russia Tqere ore oniyjwo women in the orld who enjoy the rank of admiral the fleet The empress dowager of Riifinla is ief of the first estilyisbnient of the Russian navy besIdes beIcolonel of u regiments and tlqueen reece gctsmucb satisfaction and a ninonnt of glory from being chief the second cstablisbment of the navy Czar Alexander III was always rxtfeuiely tout of Ills young Tekitlve q novlns her passion for the sea gave her ships Instead of roopsV njevcrcnce For the Late Caiprci Tjie late EmpwsK Elirjibetb still lives hp ptnrts of tie Hungarian wouien and the monument to her memory was recently consrcratefl In the Capuchin vauft with IinpreKsive ceremonies Nest t IIP culptor Oeor JCaia stood 30j Uungnrinn women Selected from every walk tin lire each carrying a bunch of violets the favorite dower lnlllnIpiaclaffa bronzt wreath up UI1nilourdwl1enIfund was row Insnud even nfter buying this monn tuent there Isi large surplus which w m be given to the Elizabeth Liorne For TubereulosieONSTTN- I bdro cone 14 days at a time wUliont A tnuvemouC of the butvcli not bclnu nblo to UtlllL lt enter IIiJoctionI Chrouleconulpailuu fur iTci laeo1 me In Uili orrlMvc icil1loiii tlurlnKtbittlOJO bcnrilrtfhutnvTcrfoiiiiil iir relief nch waimreaso until tIng liaTt from one to tlirco iioiMKr o and Itt win rich nuiil1 nio for cncli luuTiuiout is AVZ1iLIJjrNTVtjce well Bu iJouolt Jlleb CANDY Ktaisnmo noOoCURECONSTIPATION ildlar M4r ttmf +i Wat JIII Trk at V5Newpopninparp OtNtt silk anti jtincfo tti tvftc ground t neck vtb iti6rl ends ell irrb ond Is a latin taswl the color if tin tk Tliiy are not espen sive which may hart sniuetbiu to do with jhiJr popularity Nothing fp prgttier tuna n black hat and every woman looks hotter In one than In n beflowered head covering Black bats ore offcUre worn with viliti frocltsband iijfj are also tbV means of making many colored ones more stylish j A new pdition of the polonaise which in shape Is very much liken cope worn as nil apron las appeared In Pnrls he rounded ends finish a little below tbe waist nt the back and In some tances It Is Covered with iu ks kJk j VI uaw ZEl S TAlil TfI11 jof this acid poison readies the akin and it becomes Ted and inflamed The itching and bnrnijg arcalmost impossible unbearable the especially sufferer when overheated from any cause The skia seems on fire sleep rwest k Vformscrusts exhauite4ThIspustules discharging a sticky fluid which caThisase over 4 v While Eczema Tetter ofthef es ue a THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION 4WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE t If the blood is iiA a pure healtliyconditiofl no poisonouJelemenlrwa teach the Bkin uvvV inflammation External applications butca of washes lotions and salves soaietinie tnhigate the itchingand sqobe tb thisSb1skinod aad eacldsaQl cleanses the blood reinforces sad invi goratesall the and thus clears allsubsidesnndallsignsofj Infl a1 c 11rsJefl Itoffmin of Cnrdlngton Ohio says she was nfflfcted with Scrofulous sores and Kezetna Ifrom birth Iter face times toIf promptly limbsaridcured and has never had a return of the disease This was seventeen ago she sincerely SSbelieves will do she for would otbtrs have been in her grave years ago but for So and adds rears whnttt has done for tue lit LSend forourbook on Blood and Skin Diseases andwniteourpliysicianafuhlyabontyourcase they will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted We make for AIIIIIiIIla7N7J lLY GEorENNY J A EDOFWM P PaRISH rresdclt VlctPxcaieent Secy andTreas Accountant i LEIGTOR INYESrMENt CO f ffLEBANON BRANCH A ADDAMS Manager OUR G OWTIIf t l aid pSrilil ite Folders 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SS will used a book of rofernco for yearsV to come 5 f IlrsUClMM Agent Wasted ZorVnocqupIe4VTernItory4rcs 5 5 5V THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS Nos 81 3185 East Fourth Street ClHtimimtl Oklen 5 IeIsSII5Sossssssssiscosesoi 4V EczemaVltchiIs Humor PI M plea cured by Bi B B Bottle Free id Sufferer FVtressihg Eruptions on the Skin so you ompany1Do CSkinthe Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin t Boils Pimples Bone Pains Svrolj len Joints Palling Hair All jboa Down Skin Pale Old Sore Eat ingI Sores Ulcers All these are sj rap toms of Eczema and Imo rities hnd- tarPOitonst cured take B B B Botanic BlandBalm which makes the bloOd pur rich B B B will cau e tie sores heal itching1 of eczema to stop forever the skin to become dear and the breath sweet BB B isjtshef- or rent edyyou have been looking thoroughly tested for30 ears Our 1readers arekdvised to try D B D Frsalcby druggists at SI per arge bottle 5VSXComplete directions with pach bottle To sufferers may test it d trial tottlet AddressIDescribe your trouble and free persbn al medical advice givenV QUEER EFFECTS Wen Who Conia Dresi crE7 MOB cy Wasted Fop Its a curious thing peep lew iit encriace tbcniBolyes to their whims said a man wh prides himl self upon his study of hi man nature dont mean wealthy people tor tkey con usually afford to do las they Ute t am speaking now of peoble In moderate or less than moderate chrcum stances I have In mind tyoung mas whose tastes run to expensive ii wear He wouldnt think of wel Fa tie tWit costs less thnjn 2 and hasstaeksofthem No hiecnn ford thjs luxury so he hh to stlnU himl ell by wearing 3 shoes nl115 ready tnmnde suits He doesnt realize the congrulty of his attire and IS perfi happy If his tie Is nil rig tAnother chap jl buovr doesnt the slightest ntfcntlon tto his personalff appearance and Is usual y rather fray fid looking Thats because beep lda his money on expensive cigarettest He tssmokcs only the highest priced import ed Egyptian brand and they cost him 4V cents apiece D elIs a fiend and smokes probably 40 djiy You oad n hire him to smote dome tlc cL- ifaretIe which costs half ccitt Xet be did h6 could afford to djress himself ns beliliotlld I could cit numerous lh stances of this thdcncj to one extrav agance which haf e com under my pef explainiolIt as a lack t mental alnncePbn adeiphia Record Wasbingto Chureb odak Fleait The story that a Wellington worn ah sent notices to the ninlsters of the capital of the opening of ersummr home with the reque t that they be read from the pulpit m ay ba libel af though I have been tld that It lsn beeDlniIIll tell you what I h ivo scentiierc men nnd women carrying kodaks Into their pews on J not to taTe n snap shot but tbo Washington stops on way to church suotnYiN and1 the service 1ie his wny home to do likewise othcrjilace in the country kodak lend Is Insatiate as he Is n the capItaUV New York Fan VI Cedars Twenty CfentnrlcB OK orethangood moraine soil thoy grow about aj ai1dsmoothlyridges in the dome region they growv extrmelyslow One on the Starr Ingrldgeoniy2 feet 11 Inches in dl meter was 1HO lonlyl reached the age of 8c jyears Tile first 15 inches from the Uark f4 medium seized treefl feet it diameter on tfie north Tcnaya pavem ant had SoO layers or wood or 57 to the inch Beyond this the ount was topped by lip rot and overgrown woo ds feetVtIin girth or nearly feet In diameter and though I faiie i to get anything like a complete coon I learned enough1 from this and1 man other specimens to convince me that most of the trees lte20 centuries of ago rather lesB Barring accidents Tor all I thflflVI eait se they would live tor4ver When killed ithey waste out of existence aboutLas slowly as granite 0bnMntro At lantc Nasali CATARRHIn thoulJ b Elji Crwusi BaIac- aMIiootIIeaiIaeIe the dhsiased 321t35S It core catarrh and drlvca sway a Mid la lbs Itead ua1ck1t ISh JOTUi eebyitMi TrWI s I3cesIsbymti foikVXY3100TX 1 11 Mrs T riddleuan Pr li UTii ich waa trorbled with titrkveam Sora b 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