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aisles of oats My lady l toe gilded shop L saIl tike tawdry trinkets drop Aa4 tkroagh the magic sees aAlpink with ruffled bo11yocksheThat aod to belted bees Tfce fosootyPteckaikamrockV on an Irish hill ApEln cHeri and chaffs All buy footsteps pause a bit ewhre te toil by clear Wes lit A wtabarnt world that laaghsn staysAMways Like happy news from home the pale moon and misty stars Look down as if by meadow bars eir rays tonched clover bloom Bit little reeks the countryman Boand homeward on fiis empty van Bgthe closing marts tQdayOrbaythOovld touch so many 8uan HartleyiSwetb in Youths CeapanioB OLD OUTrnOlice thattbe S frthe1Telegraph Co formerly the Oh absorbed the locfl telephone companies at Lebanon Stanford ticholasville and Danville This is just tIe result that a great many people predicted after these little companies were es ta eublishede circumstances the action of Ihasa Jooal cpapanies in selling t to the big corporation or aytbeMastinnagershave in the venacular he snorting fraternity given e people of their respective to luwnscrossmEveryone will remember some e ago when the big telephone corporation was eiJdeavol inK to secure the right to establish ex nges in4hese towns iaolud big Springfield what a greatI lowl was made against it The stockholders of the local compa es insisted that ru llinouspeople to allow this gigantic onopoly m the shape of a telephone company to have even share of the talk business of the toWQ that it would strangle opposition force up rates and do her things equally terrible The trustees and councilmen oithese towns were persuaded to refuse all privileges to the Corn berland Telephone people and toI leavethe field clear to these locali concerns who would return the favor by acting as defenders of tbepeopJeagainst the monster ust so called But now the situation has changed The managers of the big concern pfr preached the managers andi wners of the smaUer concerns and after putting up the proper argument succeeded m persuad ing the little owners to allow themgelVvS to be releived pf an unprofitable property But what bout the towns and the citizens roniIOhlweHi I sidesIImObfterlafte truth for the Cumberland Tele phone Co has ItS lines all over this and adjoining States and iits specialkardblpl do s uofc make the actions of the managers of the local tele pbois companies any more un telMsli or consistent and town boards and city councils should lake Mecson and look a little rtij abad in matters like this aadblieve in the saying Ylrfo o b elftf l A ipl rutb IWrd ys t t AYJO i = T1ir would I iftl Y b SWp thing ii l11u mtkipor tlJt t r man or woman who wouldjfail to preciate thehnmorthepatho- d the poetry of Joy Bob Taylor and so far as I have been able to learn I do not belIev- atIth there were any of that de I ription in tbe audience tha f greeted him at the Opera House re on last Saturday night rom his opening sentence Gov ob held the attention of hi audience and swayed his listeners with his flights of fancy word pictures and his humor Hi style of telling a joke is differ ent and better by the way ybody elsds way so it seems and although you may have ard the story many times be re it sounds new and funnier w hen Taylor tells it The lecture which is entitled Love Laughter and Songis well named aud One who 1listenst to i d it does not feel benefited and well as entertained is indeed lacking in appreciation Mana gerLake who has charge of the llecture course announces that Hon All Taylor will be the next to appear and December 1st lis his date Gov Bob Taylor mod r sty declares that the thre who are to follow are all better an be Gov Bob ndacordingt- o111 reports those who have f bought sason tickets and di ko t get their moneys worth om Bob Taylors lecture as many declare they didwillI rtainly be repaid by what iRtoi follow DoS IT PAY TO BUY ChEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something to relieve andI rO the more severe and dan gerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a nerandmore regular Yes if posai i ble if not possible for you then either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized couutries wit success in severe throat and ng trcubles Boschees Ger an Syrup v It not only heal and stimulates the tissues t destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle R commended many years by all drug gists in the world For sale aydouRobertson y MACKVDLE From Our Regular Correspondent C A Bricken sOld a bunch 1059 Ib steers to J EB Johnson of Boyle county at4c W A Funk rind wife fLex ingtoni after a weeks xisit to tb81 family of aA Bricken haye reV turned home Irvin Mayes s Yda nice coined rn bi horse to Frank Mcarv- f y off Harrodsburg for 85 Will Bottoms sold a horse to JJ C Johnson of Burgin for 55j At the sale ot J H Hood last week sock brought thefollo jling prices Horses from 85 880 steers 4c heifers 3ic milch co ws froth 25 to 10 sheep 5 psr head and corn in the cr 2 per bbl hogs 4c D H Matherly bought buggy of George Boh u fHar- rodsburg 50 Walter Shewmaker bought tyear lug steers of Will Bottoms tMrslittle daughter Georgie left last week for a visit to relatives in Indiana and Louisville Will Arnold sold bunch of 1182 Ib steers to J C Johnson of Boyle county at 4c i We are glad to report D Joseph Demaree to be able to be out gaiiiaftera severe sp of stokness DeepCleanNbeaniyh cleanlripg by todaybanielad takViesrctbeauty in ttasst1ctioaPvsratedl4e2kjs ofPIOItliargNdwrUcua bad attack of kidney coaiplalnt aid tried Foteya Kid ney wahperfectlyties 1f d R9eUOQ coREs71riT4E S From oar RrrespeRdct As ebaye beetTsilitik for thre weekb we will try iOlfew itemOJdow 0 Ellis baa been deiiver s in trees the past week for the Sunny Slope Nursery They lend out good trees Wiefield visited near Mooraaville tlastSuodnyl W E Selecman Special dom missioner rented the three arms of the late P S Barlow The Kelsme place was rented to Miss NO2lMiss Susan Goatlv for f97 san d olace No a to E G Bdblett for 150 BiddiDi was spirited nWe had a slight snow storm last Sunday mOrning ODe of our young men can be ofamWtPolinQOtractionA couple of our young gets went over to Taylorsville fist Monday and they say that th- hoteLkeeper said be thought it was the first beef they bad eaten for a long ttme They got their twenty five cents worth Mr Hugh Noe seems to hive II good following in this section for the jailors place neemoreso than usual Our community is quite healtby tt present dsir Sanders is conducting aofsinging school at New Hope church Mr Gee EGreonhasre 1 moved to the farm of Mr Wil tatenTurkeys are seliiog at 5 cents Well the Republicans have been quite successful this eled tion Now peace atod prosperity will come no more Hard times for us poor people Work will jbe plentiful wages high lieces sit les of life low and wont we have a fat old time We hope J W S Good will get a good gov i eminent job Our turnpikes are being worked hra 1llbetore the fair weather J se tsiri J A Boblett visited Geo Reed near Maud last Sundayfrof oMessrs N Boblett and Ben Washburne gave tbe young folks a social last week Look out for taCorn is selling at 30 cents per bttu3aay3a w Thiconsumption or pneumonia byn g K lect of aaimpte cpld or cog FoleyV Honey and Tar safe foasantHayfQUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flowel still has the largest sale of any medicine in the ciyilized world mothers an grandjnothers Yourl thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure etc They used August systenwn nnltogested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the ner thibe j system and that is all they took wit1ab headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greeas August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nbihing serious the matter withi tLyou For sale by Haydotf Robertson Old Times at Centre ExCongressman John W Springfield was in IIustonvll one night last week on his way home from a speak soutbehir sixtiesell counties I Lewis was known to every man Wjgtnan sun child in Danville and no of Centre Jollfge ever bad more warm closer friends than be Tae old men xnf your town such as Geo Welch Jno VanMeer and Mac j laLej Ikindly face at th8erlI1entlon- of I riis name 1 He was graduated with the cjassnof 61i numberIng twenty Ja d if there was ever any uiisy crl f indulged in by that class J Vote of Washin fdii Goimiy PKECINCTS r LMooresville i Llisburg North 2 Hendreo Mackville Pott8viuei o Springfield No 9 h7Springfield No 9 Springfield No 10w tleys Shop Brush Grove m TotaL Pluralities you could always find John near the rIe awyerbyledge of men and things he al s escaped and ccarried hIs tes with him His esca nj l during his sojourn in yow c jfuld fill a volume v is was an especial ret andi favorite of Jrot Jacob Cooper one of those unique characters rarely ssen nowadays These samthen mentioned above will remember the Professor in his blue yarn socks No 10 shoes and misfit The like ot blmin his Sunday outfit has ver been seen in that campus since the day he left John stood I dose to the old mans heart andI always got a high mark iin Greek even it he couldnt read one Ltfe the lesson Of that class oft 1862 abouthalf live today More than half studied law a few bro yketered medicine and the others gaged in pursuits All tbQpensoiin Danville Advocate Hidden Treasure On the Salt river turnpike tw entynmo miles from Bards town at Valley Station is an old he cusein g history It was built in the year 1804 many years before there was any pike through thjpart of the country 7C I dentst of that section banded to ther sad built a plank road m Louisville to what is now asWest Point The old Louisville and Nashville turn ke was then built and the stage line started between those two cities The old llog house warned into a tavernand kept by man named George Moore e stage coach stopped there- In4 changed horses Capt Camp kept a stage tavern there r a number of years An oldl man named SlDocoe rana blackl smith shop directly across the HEADACHE Paft back of your eyeP Heavy pressure inj your head And are you sometimes faint nnd dizzy Is your tongue coated Bad taste In your mouth r Anddoes youAeIfsrmble Do you often IlHtbe blues And gre you troubled about sleeping P I- TfeMt yowr ttvmt tm mM wrong But ther is a cure Tis the old reliable f They act directly on 54the liver They cure- consmlpatiOnbillousness sick headache nausea lad dyspepsia Take a laxative dose each night For 60 years years they have been the Standard Family Pills Aaan Mt bare keAyees Piflregn brly for elx BOBtte Tbey feT cared me ot Mrtre keadacM and Icaanowwlk from two to four isfiM wltkoat ietIatI5teIor oat thitMybeeb Mt JWtu 1I- M11Wx m11Maa wMa-u wMIiHIle bteadvleiyewrite uv Xe reMe e ==JJ7 t Addrw DL JOATZR iAwefl = J g 67 g 37 95 = road and did a prosperous busij ness The old blacksmith shc PiS llike the house is still standinsr only In a much more dilapidat condition for tim progress of civilization has covered up the old tot the house With a covering of Otherwise iit stands today M d tthoheexceptiontboard root has giveni away to tin In the 40s two men named Lov a tondc Woachtk heillingtthe stage getting away wi 4 0000in gold which was on way to Nashville with rioriparisuedrd being bard pfessedV buried taJ money on the farm ihafjbtlonged J tto the owner of the Cavern They were ought and taken to Louis ule where they were hanged Ir O n the scaffoldL ovetF0ld where the money was burIes butal though it has been searched for by thousands it still remains undiscovereiExckang Zd11er Sees WsE4eri Editor W V Barry of Le IxR ingtOHTennvi ia exploring M m moth Caye contracted a SOYf re of Piles JirehroughSalve convincedhim it is another wdrld g wdnder Cures Piles In- juriesj Inflammatloaaridall Sod y Eruptions Only 25 cents at Haydon Robertsons drugstore J W Bryan otLowder TILJ writ es UKy little boy wat very low with pneumonia Unknown to the doctor we gave him Foleys Honey sad Tar The result war aiagcal and puzz Hoppedthelsre c ver8tl An III Wind Its an lllwind that doesnU blow somebody KOtTanda cy c ycJone is of mighty little forr9e iff it dosent blow up to the prp verb Latterly a good many suspicious looking characters with stubby beard and unwashed c faces haye been applying at1b back doors but not for work i with a pityful tate of being a Galveston refugee Thee ire S veiy few house wives who havent a soft spot in their hearts nts tdiboilers explml and i have bout J reached the point where they have fatted to niqueezeit and this latest horror from alli A aappearan ofWrycareful calculation there wilt be at least 100000 alleged Galveston sufferers seeking for aid Dan b villa News t 7 tl Jfr-aye KEplercII I llfOmndbaT0r1me 9 pbrid iHseasa germs than savage t C cannibals lint thousands have found that Electric Bitters is aCwonder Jul core for all malarial idiseases If you have chills with fever aches m bick of neckasd ii cad and tired wornout fi elcing a trral will convince you of their merit W A Null of II Web III titelJlJ chil drsuffered for moretbj a- year with chills and feverttHaIJ rstcured themi Only 50c 1tii TI them G araBte4d Set b Haydoa A Rpb rtt on drugfilii e WANT DfieH8lTrntw NIB this tta to Hw swrs btaiJtltheJr own ed ieity editn41xua0Nddn1tebonl UcfpitencwunUtliItCloJ1 c I I I Ifuii1 End L fbx AtlJ tf5 JDUIi SPRINGFIELD L anetsef ceio student clothes various flarknown yilana mANTWJIGNTZt CrtREK iFi j oitltDy1j ISSt Ss 1tj JAiUa Ptrtained a 4zii of yonc avstit Mr ChadycLaIa wldal horse to Mr Will Roi ers for se1OO ItMrtUis parent TufWar 2The bus Jf triqiiywertf published Sudaylor the ffat time bttweem Mr Widteir JBiaey pf DarleM coupty aad Him Georgia Medley of thte place Misses Kora and Jul a Smith were vigitiBg iliRg Belle Saith Sunday iftrk6oi BnaTO theiffof Fr k pkuakiinoflthsHissesi mile M 1CrK- l rico spent Jloiday witi BrabeMrbMllIJi Mj bri for rUi petayned Bit1nh4 orlol Moftfey ere he hi bst work baptt iii quite an accidimt 1wkhile helping to load saw lo s mis hits hold twavlpx 1trlDbbiIJeftboi114erlsJt nslys Mru Warren jradf wife were vsitin the family of Mr rnei B Sn ith Susday Mr John B Smith wis visit 5n dagSaturday i atArthuri els of corn tMr i WattjDBrfai for 80 cents perj buhelplVrIjkIud Failures Six terriblk failure of six dif fe fteatWas1 d 0 to ab Mirllli bad rentdOCinurya and that Jie 1v1irgljj 10 Dioova y for Consumbtion After taking ifivebellres h4was entirely citY n iis Oshr ely jRuaraii eed toi c reau1 dis +SotThri0b st fOI1P4JcBronchitis stlrmay HW r Srivi Croup Whcjpiifc Cowgi Ifflte aai 100 Trial bottlwj IrW it Haydon at obeftaonj fitI ore TSEY Key Camjb iris getting aJippX nicely with his oofigrefatiofi They baye purchated a ni alaitt LboveA xew so oolsE bjItJto en comaple d In DistrIcIZ 4 dinitin the county Tki cool is progressia mcel Bd c the manigemerrt 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boi Os S tFktkerafre iii lie ChircaarnagSrIy a tI s Tbper IIiit ft ewd of diarp tal ats t vaJe IsisjE o- fsOhrh lYS from Ae rtfUrwee wt thsed I stare the fevrt oa ose who CMM to praf MMtt eg Thrsosd prt tH PtreoMtecM kt sudsr teflfafcway whbJte alMMM H 4 psTh WKl 4i difcoo to tW Vu di v ecJau on sttaU b abitted ttb Cbttrch ertag J wd iiHT otrewoof Jfti tMk i- theybiavttedb trteting pvtloif aaJtt eitlwrt UM JurMl imvi Is m 4ilI5bw elk stitk4 J Ss A ladamah 4nWiltplirili t ths IIMof abl Mr JUttft Dk MMT sad sons Iiw b k 4 UuaR 1U cypr Moor at Lswreseebag T sw 1avbu its e I tbtftiftxirtk ffec ir 4k SI ihf Moowfr a1iW Ufy tfV oM bouW t Ih ve a Ja a4rs4y 7be fer- hlthw ls Danvills ou tft 5f rnI Cojitalas 1to csrnofthe i it odl o1BoyliaM- 1 rs kf it rurv vS bells POQ TwDtovill friend of MOU- idbr l So roJlb U etettoi M ae Dba kooMf m tl wUUta MW tiliDO l his lno D L Ad ae 4JJ I eU F 1BWSLEADER pLaUI1D- tlOO A YEAR IN jMlpE K jie- r1Lit in prjt otfj nir5 cents for cRdtdatee poig matter is- r Is 4mie ml letf rafebct cash on Mlljery ofgoo ccotcte aaade on liberal k 4i4e leEt reao1utons of epcct prliirH v lIi 230 oLuty Ocer vv5 600 J Dritrict Occs 1000 f t rliUMUAY NOVEIIBER 22 4f rThzchiapion bank wrec1er IXeiitucky hs deve1pqd- irt k liff Brown for many aiibokkper of theGerman Bk or is- siii siBft d fbail confessed a tibertef bt 19a5QO The bank Aliwolveat arid is in charge of rbiiHk examiner His father p43 t ui Browi hks lbn been one the iet4ng Euesof Nw I Th speculations of Brown j evidently baen gojn on for earr but ibis not yetkiiown 6wandollnsion of other em Jtoye of th feinlc fe suspected M4u110T of Browns sliprtage b ama urnt severaV days goaavxin onthobank was aUrtedj but the directors as late wiTbursdajr published a sta iieSta BrownX accounts wjre alJsotutelY correct Tjao prodJr4a ieity deposits of Newport Belle VWatid Dayton and was also tbii depository of twen yfoa 7f bikUg and loan associations I jyr U j iiu ft v Lv H I JBiHUty HOWARD write to the ppmrkrJour ai to tho effect 2 the remark attributed to L1IMId iiblish d iLl that paper la whtehhi iIs made to say that 4Btan would only be Gave 4ine day is a malicious IIC jIfeBfrrj undertakes to denyajl of the 9im things said about h nand published in the Court fecJTournal iiis time while irf biding in the mountains wilt not i1hesriIyonhshandsLtmj 11THE Rapublicau members of eSjaysiaad Means Committee 3pU tWjkgbJng ton to consider aeaisutes lor the reduction of jjT the injf reveaue iaxes Secre taVy gB d Coinmissi ncr of littenit Revenue Wilson ap v pert befoie the committde me n tt is probable that a sub it eoWitte will be appointed to ifiSibill f i41of contest on the rli JAl of Gov Mams election Jias ceased r puraliy bejng set i t at about a 500 rotes m1atMPuqua wbich occured last veryrffgloorate affair 08 by no meansj the dreadful I disease it is thought to tie intfie Deginning O K i i 1hliys be stopped fitfttifebtginrirngi The trouble i 7 iliBontkno youve got oII believe it yna otb4eLre it till you are vf rc Xben it is danger 1Mt atten- dtdiqkkyo din doit your s 1fndat Rome r Taotfs Emulsion of jGo Liyer0ilj ai d live care h11yery way sTMs eUdf doctrine ever yo m yth1nkor bcto1d aadt iiL Iieded7 will L fe = I rcrat Ucs sd br = aiatingthc oodanduIa- eS aiitBovsof ItLUI41 Prooiocs iestlonCkerMne- ssand1lestCota1ns nelL1- rOurnMorPli1e norncraL- EOTNAROTIC jtSmnm- forConsGpalion WormsCotwtIsionsFcrish ness and Loss o SLEER FcSirn4o gnalurco- rlEW YORK to o old 3losjFS jyCiSis I COPY OF WRAFPCR Wita EaIeFouhfHim Last week Mr Henry Hagan of Nelson county discovered a Histarbance among his sheep andgoing to them found a large Aaaericau eagle devouring a lamb saysthe Record Think ong ha would frighten tbe eagle away be picked up a targe club and started towards the bird but instead of flying away the eagle showed vicious fight After quite a skirmlsp and after he hadbeen severely beaten by the Pwinds Ofr the eale and consider TlT scratclTtJd by his talons MrLBlagan succeeded in striking a blow which foe a while dazed the eagle giving him time to tie its legs and wings It is one of thq largest of the species measuring inine feet fpnrinchesfrom tip to tp reucfiTrpmanB Ideal tit Oreaiipx fErenchw9men are the best models living of perfcctness In dress In the flrstTplace they hro educated to thrift and not to extravagance which Is the true oundatiou of character both for king arid peasant Alter that come a pride and attention to that pert of her Vardrobo which la not visible Jhose undcrweqr corsets petticoats They arc spirited with ah oje to their suitability to tie ftccupatlons of the iwonians life and cue fancy garment as pot purchased at the expfnse of another As an example a housemaid Lvulr f3tbny aaliowy red silk petticoat andj ear dlRrnccful stockings ns ours constantly do and feathers on herb t with worriqut shoes A Frenchwomans gown mny be of the cheapest fahrjc but she will not try to trJm It lnto something fit for fabrics df throe nulos Its value Ct she will see that it fits well arid 3 net anti trim Audi knowing that lick underclothing is what It sliould be she niSvcs abbit alertly conscious that Bhe IsiweliBet up and tfdy from head io toe That this consciousness does hti ve Us effect on the carriage the bearing and general nppeavsjmce no OD9 will dispute It makes all the dif rence lii the world toward building self Tespect tcjIs tcrbave KyOurcnbodeflqelytrf urntebed and deto riitedpt tbv bottoin and all dingy and forlorn at jhe top There are many excellent pieopje whd think nothing 3f havliu Ba In pnd leather wall papers the finest oak or the gayest of white paliil Tjefow While ns you ascend the stairs you gradually ronscious that the owners Inteicet In their abode to cease abruptly ar the best bedrdomiand that oncp having passed tlijajt sacred chanxb r It Is best not to bo too crttlcaT or to Investigate too nicely Yonjnay beSure that In many houses the ancient and discarded car pets which once flaunted U dovn stairs In the deception rbbmn the old fashioned furniture the broken down clocks have all been relegated to small bedrooms parsimoniously hung wltb wall paper at a couple of cents a yard The result to be afire Is not cheerful In these upper1 regions live children governesses servants and other tin considered members of the household What docs it Matter If they are dally and nightly depressed by the sight of rUgly walls JuidYlctprian furniture and threadbare carpets so long as the drawing room Is gay and the dfu ing room sufficiently imposing CBihlonn bit Today The cushion or plhow Is an old time Institution and In quclrat Rome on Btate occasions officers entered first Hto set the ctfshlons while In these days as well as at the present time the regalia and yarlojis Insignia of high office were borne upon a cushion A century igoc It was nothing more than a bolr ef or small square stuffed with horsehair or made of reps and damask to match the upholstering of tbej furniture says the PIttsburg Dis patch Beautiful Indeed Is the cushion otto day wIth Jla goodly proportions artls Uc design exquisite wprk and ma terial Wthont a JaylBh inpirfy of these 40w flllpd silkee ease Inyltiic plllawa of rest po room can be Bldered propWly furallshei Their la fiHlte varfetytli aa added charm and Whether of4tojt linen allk Mtln or brocade they coaetltiite with the ex cttIoa of flowers ifod books the grwl iaMati touch fe a room XIUSIaT WItb ars ir i ji 1ASTORIAPorInfantB The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ta 45 r OverF Th irty Ye ars CASTIATilt BnUeryAtaught t loaf of bread and took away more properly than he paid for is told by the Pawtucket correspondent of the Prov idence Telegram The man was In a hurry to catch a car LIla impatience made the clerk ncn otis She forgot to snap the string which bound the paper about the loaf and away sped the man with the loaf While the string reeled off bchbjkl him He caught the car all right fcd al though the conductor and sbni of the passengers noticed ns he sat down clpse to the door that the twldk paid Itself out as the car rolled along the man did not discover the tangle until he alighted In the meantime the con ductor was having a good time As passengers stepped on the platform Jie cautioned them not to walk on that string and they did hot It might have looked raysterloua to the people who saw the string moving along the street for the unraveling continued until the bakery twine bob bin had been nearly emptied by the connected loaf n mile away The man with the bread felt a tug at his loaf aa he steppeu down from the car Then he followed up the cord itvlndlngaf he went lie was one of those strictly libnest men who want nothing that 1oes not belong fn them and the part nf the story Is that he followed the string back winding as he walked and In due time entered the bakery and ro4 storei the boll of twine HOTT to VniIz the Dttbr As a rule babies should be washed by hand Machine washed babies do iiot mature so rapidly and being rubbed na washboard Is likely to wear boles In the baby The baby should beput tOSoak over night In lukewarm water In which has been dissolved a handful of pearllne This takes the plate df tife oil faahlon cd way of leaving him In a ivasli boiler cy thestoo for three of four hours anti saves much labor Inthe morning after chasIng n three waters add a little ball blue to the last and pacs the baby quickly through It TOO much billing is opt to give the baby a faded look We don9 think that babies shoulii be put through tlid wringer too soon after washing Better results are ob tamed iby angiiig thorn ou the line at once If It be a sunny day Othttwisot theymny be bun up kitchi fn tIre and when thoroughly dry starched and Ironed at your conven lencc Mrs Lydla Iintham Maglnuis rresideiit of the Colonial Daugbtera5of the Dames of the Revolution A Prnctlcnl Girt When searching for a wedding pres cut remember that a cake saw that Is n thin Cit knife with oae edge cut j Into saw teeth Is the best knife to use j toijcut n loaf of cake Fort brides lonf a silver one Is often used and Is nn appreciated wedding present and one to be handed down In the family U Is so unusual n girt tbatlit Is not likely to be duplicated A wir lleTells its own story A laugh is often liaon a womans lips It belies the pain which Js tearing at the nerves But the eyes have no part in the laugh Their purple rings speak of suffering There ore lines too about the mouth which only pain can give Many women look ward to a week of such 1miseryJ each month Three mouths of each year are given upto suffering It weakens ttfein It ages them It robs them of social pleasures hnd family joys Can therfe Jbe anyeexfcwe for such women who fail to PrescriptionItsufferersll permanentlyItdred Who giVe it a fair and faithful trial JPjs Jure to help Itsalmost sure to cure T had falling of internal organ end had go to bed every mcdtb had irregulor monthly periods which wooje sometimes last ten or twelve days writes Mrs Alice X Holmes of Cocispring Strett Uniontown Pa Radfla Igetion zo bad that I could oot esLasytis Juraly Dr Pierces Favorite Prescripuo MM GoIdeii Dtocovety cufed W I Free Dr Pierces Common SeaMedical Adviser is sent free on recfeiptbf tamps to pay expense of Matlfng otifyj forpaperbona4book i Dr R V Pierce Buffalo If Y r 11 r4 2EB IN A TIGHT MX HAD A KEGOF MOONSHINE INHI9 ARMS WflEN HE MET A BEAR viiat falioTftd nnff flip ConcluIcn lie ncnclicci Vhen the Trouble Vaa All Ocr Arc Graphically Told by tire OldPoBigm Uuuter Qlmaelf Copyright by a BLewti I was reckonlh to go Jh with some of themen on a moonshine still said the old possum hunter but the old woman raised etch a fuss about It that I bad to give It up She Jest sulked and cried and acted up fur a bull week mid she couldnt sleep nights fur think In of them revenew fellers When they got the still runhln they wanted somebody to carry the kegs over tha inountIn to market and they coaxed mo into the join It was fl trip of fo teen miles and of cose It had to bo made at night I dasnt let the old wo man know what I was doln but as jhad jo hey an excuse Rrbeout I told her I was coon huntln Id bin out three or fo nights when she turns on me arid says IIow about them coons Zeb Ybve bin out every ulgbt since Sun day but yo haint duii brung back iy coouskln Cooua Is mighty shy this time of 1Sthats iti Coons Jest keep right away from yo do they Pears like they d6 but to strike a big lot of cm all to onceI AVaal Zohi White yo mind what IItell yoY eayo she as jsbe looks straight i nus UP OUT INTHE through rat Yo jest keep right on coon huntlujan yoMl find a coon soon cr or later and itll turn out tr mighty bad Iliid fo yo Then I knowed she spected what I was up to but as she dittnt say nuthln mo didnt That nlghjt when Went over to the still felt nUIttle skittish The old womans Words hail kind of Bkeored me Th in revenew tellers was arquud lookln fur stills and I was lla ble to run across em in the woods ariy time If they ketehed nif with a hOg of moonshine on my shoulder it meant n year in prison fur me fur sOak When Jim Ilarpcr found was skittish be says If its got to that pint wbar Zeb White the celebrated bar killer and possum hunter orVTennessee lisa be conic afraid of rabbltfr then hied better stay homo of nights and play check era Then BllliHopo cblpsin and says Its wonderful that a man who has killed a wildcat wIth u club slioulclbe afraid of woodchucks The other two men laughed at me and said was gittlu old awl feeble mid of cose the talk rlled ing and made me determined to go It was about 10 oclock Xyhiii I plunge keg cf moonshine on my shonl tiers adsot out It wasnt a doudy night but a man wanted the eyes of a cat to foiler the paths over the hllla nail through the brcrli I tried to think It wits nil right bur thcold womans words Uept comhi hack to me and felt my knees grow weal as scuffed along I Jert about half way ovrr tit hills and hadiot down to rest whin Ifrnrd a bar shiillu In the brcsh The Uolrv lit inatk was a sort QpjiIQsntT with awoof at tliecnd cf It riiara Jbi way a bur aIjis does when he Kiu ni a tuna at night lookei Wh1fpf ny Itb niysrlf as that bar kupt comln manr if yo niat li a sciaju tlun Ill ivat my butts In tiiP darliuuss arid oir tluSf hilt yo cant run fur Khuclif urul how yo gwlne to ifebt aliur bart IiuiukdV Yo wlsiiod had htrrted the eit1wahlnutbtitIrwnstoaint then tlictisbt tu Lvrt why was a ltipniid po illauiTuiuI klvS tbat irtnlnt a cqltl lilutr hut lwas fn iiTilhi all over MKjiiufiej fbrwanlr tilfd to whistle TOiyflip tehldry aii njpr start d to HUig hut uiy own Vlw skiirrd iiiO 1 wast movin nlong slowand hop in tlu iiti j utiildl take the Llnff wlun run up n fiii minthln in hit nrkiuss- put outji iy baud anti fit hit fur of a linr but hmlirt tiiortiu tKlitd him vlicn mint Ma hit nil loiigsUli tbi hvnd utidl veiit heart ovir hwlr dowirhin and tutu tu Inislics If wns as If a miiip hail kicked sin oh tiis fnfand had jest wiist nuff to how It would fwl wiiti lli ktiriln Bn to Irar toplcivs hpinrbnl itnn cud snuflititnni movhl iininniljlmt bi lldnt conn to nivniiiMjlniibytl Inuril liliii rujviti avnVj yVhitii vfont Uin loer hwi lost thi IIeg lItiiiui Wop to lool fur Jt hfu the bnr mont ntfrbnt frrawlwl nncli lo tfp pMh nnd started sit wail fiHlIn the thnliUfuIrii alan In Tenne of thnuRh my litnil tilt iiitig as ji arl wliiu sotnchoily ililiod incand finshrl a iigit In nS34lLP5riitt na you live hml ruotittill rthne rive cow fvllvrs vLp iras Jifin nd rUtlii or lujf Iocl vrnInyJWb VSliltipijIil one of Vnias r niadt shah It v in isleI niyzelfIogetiserO Ouifur a lectlewalk thlacTiUlny I bS yOvebinp1ekin uioonqhJneTI said the old man with a grim etnile Asl the keg vaT gone arid they couldnt Theythreatenedto it thatl was looklii fur coons and they dtisnt holdpic jBImeby started fur home was mfgbty narvuS about mo bars but I got home without see Iq any The old wpman waaslttin up rcadlnHie Blblc ud she loolis up aqd quietly Eays Yore horn i ahead of time Zeb 13 coons akccrco tirilght jri Mighty skcerccA 4DId yd sedany bill J igI Jest met one I II see yor Qld am he fcched ya t clip on the car andisqnt yo e I rtlonCdyotlnieet up with qpn1f yo kept pn Bettertwtsb off i iPl oU and rub mTsome possams i white t wns dofn It wld tle i4iuoii il jiutr buIr V r- II NervousWeak Men5ionnr and mdfe4 tiUOWIND1CIZETHN EXCtItOrav ieat UyosbaseaflYOtthcfoiio1uitsymDtoms coisu1t- D Si tyas oo1ate Are von ntrTO weak dcspondcnr an4 Irritab17 before dark cIrcleS ondertheni weak backkidiicya tbcWith bsblui drO1 and losses sedimept is uriuej pun lea on tb f MENS LIFE BLOOD be more fieuorlhingtoyosanaitddIeaed men than awls atnightorsecretdr3fltthm55k can the urine ihey unfita man forbusln No matter whether caused by cvii habits nod life or social happiness sakMtrgo- MANo rzn USd W1thot Wttf CSIt- w A Muir of Linia 0 saysIwas onset the couatl3 victims ofeadyvlee ails years of The4rSll3S oa inysystem Were weakening are brain as well as nij sexual and nervous sys aay For tea years 1 tried scores of dotot- electrlcbeitsand patentinedlcinea Someheiped me dOlI was Iying spin despair contsmplatiaff55ie when a friend dfact ised me as alast TtSOtt togivo the New IMctbodTrcatment ofDrsoKafaIrI cotseted and lit trial tiir o months waS a cured mao I was cured agonUt married and happy bearti1 sevan years recommend Dts X 4 K to my adlicted AIttr TreatmentBefbteTreatmerf fellow men NcrresDetmtY Seminal Weakne- SeUAbuse EmlasloilsVsrlcoceleenw and ante Kidney aII4B144 NO NAdES USED LTHOUT WRITTIN CONSENT 1RWAT N medicine sent 0 D names on boxes envelopes Evetythlsg- Qneatioa iletand cost of teaLmentRE Ike nnnrlv 2 V rrn 528 WALNUT STREET i nvlIIvuJw rlW5UIJj CINCINNATI OHIO 4 tiiLvruuian giggnn softly to nerseit and bobbin around In tier cbeer I daant ax tier fao questions bokdse Id made n fool of myself but do yo know wbat Ive alum s thought Say now but I believe tbnt lhinrin tbe path was my old woumn Yfn sab I believe she put on briskmwe hind In the bouse and sncnkid lout Into the woods to meot lilt ntul when I got close up to bcr ebcj fitlbed me a whack with a club I duO believe It sub hat as It saved me from them reyenew fellers and stats prison I was much obleegeJ to her and didnt raise mo row A Snccoji fnl Stratagem IVhen tiio ilectrlc telegiupb was first J Introduced Into Chile stratagem was resorted to In order to guard tbe posts sad wires against damage on the part of the natives aitlto innlntrfln the eon nectlon between the 6trpughoflia on the frontier Thorp wpre nt the time tween 40 anti r capflrc InillntiH In the Chllcad camp tJimral Pinto In com maud of tlio operations called thorn tov Gttber and pointing to the telegraph wires said Do you we those wires Yes gelieral q want you to remember not to go near or touch thus for If you do your hnhd will be held cud yOu will 6e uu able toi get away j The Indians smiled Incredulously Then the general made tbrni cnch In succession tate hOld of the wife nt both ends of an elpctrlc battery In full operation a f tor which he esclalmpdr I command you toJet go the wire jlI cant My hands are bcnumbedl cried each Indian Tho Iwitfcfy wristlich stopped Not long nfteiithp general restored tlirhv to liberty giving tlieni strict instructions to keep tJK fipcret Thln had the lc sired effect for as might be expected the opcperliiice was related hi tim strctSsteau thhuiee to every uiren In the tribe aid the tclegrnpb remained un molested Lincolns OJTlmqil Way In Ihil whenMr LliKolnwas on his way to Washlnstoii to bo iuauguratiHl prcslrtorit his train stopped at Kocb rstpr Pri n station oil the IMttsliur Fort AVnyno and Chicago railroad Mr Lincoln nllghtfd from tht car to stretch hli long flrihjt bywalldng on the Pta tlpn plntfonn Ills Identity became kiiowfi to tthe townspeople nKscnibted therv awul n friendly cOuvureatioii with hliii tliKvrd iu toply ti a referent to tho thrffat erilvpi jMlltli ii outlobk lu saId bbuo i nit Ijii hurt yet iMfhif d tall tini In ttx crpwd Mr LJcoli rViisnrkHtl that iw anil tbi nrai njiToidf rthcul tin iiuiit liMnlVt nrti pro popic lint tiet imasi y Thov took off tIpI iiitsnid Ptaoil twgitlHTi ttk to iite4 Whll SftMl Ifti JltiMl f hisod pHPVPe41ii uiti nighstIytlst tht1t IIuel4met1Vetre n net tot to tJifouTfatloii tir lhibi yi ITI aitul otluif jauiii was introdiucil fito the Nert JYork lVoriii of assembly The Fp r of tlHrHiiK rho VIR net linpfflsily liitrrested In matters rf thfr klnrt jri vely irait It An nct for thV prcKervutlon of the liratbeu and otiui ciline iII was Missfnlly unconscious of his bln iftiT until nftIiniust mtiulnr from thtMijorthern part of the state who halsuffered from the depredations of the frontier Indians rose to his feet I EhouUVIiku to move an amendment toJbe lvlllibe paId mildly by ridding the roniscsccpt IudiansloutbsiCompanion TT JL i t l fluttering or irregular pulsac dons ire an indication of weak t ness of the nerves or muscles ofthe heart A weakness long continued produces deformity ar d organic disease jf yo ur heart aioli is weak make it strojig Buildup the muscles and strengthen the nerves withe the greatest of all heart reme dies Dr Miles Heart Cure ily wlfo Buffered greatly3 with palpitatloa of the heart smoth erIngBpell3 ndlos3 of sleep She found fomediato relief from Dr MIlesF Heart CuAvnd after ather trouble all 4dIsappeaet1GAIT Tnos P GEORGE Athens Ala D Miles Heahit co t regulatesup its strength as nothing else cart Sold by druggistion act guaranted ir Miles Mbdkal Co ElkliaH lad t jp Ko Vjte For the Water They tell a good many jokes about Kentucky colonels and their natural av sion o water aid a tat drumma jIn the hotel corridor the other night but tile richest thing In thatline I ever knew io come off In real life happened over In Alabama when old man Brlggs wast trying to sell his summer hotel Brlggs had a pretty piece of property In the Alabama highlands and its stir feature was a magnificent big spring that welled Into a sort of basin andI IIwas as cold as Ice nil the year round He had gooi prospects of niaklnc a popular resort out of the place but ho got the California fever and qffcred I at a sadrjflce to nrace horse man from Kentucky wise had nn Idea that he win cut out for n landlord The race horse man was a typical Kentucky colonel of the old school and n nighty flue fellow He came down to look over the ground In person nut Brig started out with him to point out the principal attractions At last they came to the famous spring This colonel saul Briggs stopping at tin edge of the basin and swelling with pride Is n wonderful natural reservoir of crystal pure water Itjexbaustlble In volume ned Ice cold In temperature It Is undoubtedly the finest BprlngInthe south ilummm grunted the colonel sizing iij the bubbling pool i rwuuu Ill hdve to Ijavc this hole filled un we close our deal Mr Brlggs FIlled up exclaimed Briggs In hoe roe Yes sub replied the colonel calm ly You see Im not acalcuiatln on keeping any stock on the place New 0clean8TImesDemocrat rper Saeriaco The nev Cyrils T Brady says In his book Of missionary reminiscences I was once preaching about missions urging the congregation make some sacrifice for the missionary cause and indicating totbcm several methods by which they could follow my advice Among other things I suggested that they refrain froiu purchaslnpr any bock which they very much desired and do unto the mpuey to me hiEtead for my missionary work t happened to have jperpetrated nboolc myself You wlli therefore urirturstanil my feellnga whra a very bright woman In the congrngatlon cameup to me mid hohdeil nit 31 with the jvmark I had jintended to buy your hook nell rend It jMr Brady brt have cnnchnlcilto fol low your ailvIcV and glvo you the inca ey for mIi sohK hiHtead rheceptol theujlttiatlan gracefjiily and told herSI votild lend her my own copy of tliuboblc to rend She milled anti tlfanked ine nod as ahedlil wi I voiced ray thought II lists way lint after nil Mrs IU then UQPI rot wera to lfoflhiysi urlJee on your mrt In this trniiiiaVtictiv for you Jmve tlw hapi y conHciouKms of havIng given the rmnifar missions and vrt havu the nook as welt rncrtflppTXno replied Why 1 haveitonad thuljool tloiT Itf Dnfnicnc SInU Plrc YOnegbrpughtIngfOrthe reply t olwrvrsl an object iBoniftbing lkt a bnyf itopghn sus pondwl anniUii ide VnlRti QH asking what It its hiW il ive that It Was ca liuplemeni for produolng art It was iamdr xnitih of ii Helen title in tl strument mpI0yyd by Irvturerff houip to Illrstniti the protlartloh of bait by suddenly Iromprpssetl air A pJKtun fitted into the tulle the former was hoIoyil It the lower iiil istidc Kineared with was to Ver Jv n pWo of It cil lilliibottIo2e tail Placing the pIston at the tepof tho tjl e wltU a s imrt blow be truck It down nud Imnnillntely wthsSreIt wills the tinder on fire the suildtii comprefsVon of the air having l tlthtyuiplizneutI Etiriunn ami seat It to the Asiatic aLetytlmVqf Its usesfltcokctlous yIfibFaytirA Pnraotin rwa A wrIt1 In hit Lonihljl Magazine nntltR lie lite Cnnofi Blngham wltb IsefoIlmnvIoIit olwjt He was driving one dajjr with other clergy to a clerical meeting when the conversation inVncd1 Tupon the meaning of the two Pifltt ttlCyWOilIlhIariiig- Wool and Vurcham Jn the county oftDorset N ow do you accoUnt for the origin ln of these names anon BlughamV ask d quo of Ibe party Dont you know this Is a sheep connwty replied the cahnuand at you wool tin sheep and at Wartham d yoawearemy XerCElestI s CreJenUsli yPuto the obituary writer that she willdfur her PThatSThat sIlo wua never known tcr BpeaU n cross word belu deef an dumb gle frojnchliahood rotAiLvigiit That1 she is now4 nt rest on Abja a thiniIrtltiW g AIAitiethought Then he said j 4oumtterJj Put Jttlown that Rhea tbar too fir ef evff I xprugj ottilit hell vacate ap 1iItuttiofiierR rpstlu pltfcih rics thdtt hrs peon liarfl too long KoyholAtl flta Constft tlon ti J1t = fkoJw PALL tGDLiv4I I iaLitiir rj V- rur i r TJt1i4tnt1bETh Vetiet I OhViOtS4 Coverts e 1WINTE uNLkWo arid hIIdrQfla1IgJ anc s r1a Mclis I oy an iiiii Meriw ibi Suts5 worth 75OstiBoys w olSuits stChiIdsChilds atee SUits with silkSOmethipgentjrely nelfr arid nobby 4 and Mens prices apd Boys ONercoats a11tI s HiQ rA We I we workedour Shoe tok u1fo1e1 z fection as an evidence of it we PX oiogtl k tv Shoe busi tess of the town b qa1Indexarzdncour sevetil famous makes bT ivierit Shoe sidefcy Morrir Shoe Mfg CJ B Bew Co and SMarcy Btos Co Wcmtn JShocs mideTbr Drew Se by Co Wolf Bros andJjcV Shoe Co The above mnake are every res ect W I g s stotSIur patrons in styles qul1tyf stilltoffering special iriducftfnent itd CASH Buyers Our cash prices consfctofChairs Furniture ChlnawareAjt Potters Bric a Brack Ci i V J 5tiw t i CBtagta SDBWt iC Tairo t f Memory In Ihe Centurj YJllInin Maso tb veterjin Amerlcnt musician tclU of a remarkable font f memory performed by thi composer I isztV i My friend kae LIt yeryQfl ihd having taken a fi iipy to a compo ltion of m rip Lps Pe jles de libsce wlllch was Still In inn iscrlpt litTrald Txt me have It Cor 1 ibllcatdtt Jiedjcote It tojLlKzt J ci 1aslly get LIs t to accept the dcdicf lou4 Trinr going dN rcrtly from here tnf VeIniarkBd will see Iiim tabour ititt thu sanifr UtuI wni prepare the way fpr ypur rccep tfon Inter nn a pu ut Not long after aiij breVelvcd n let tcr frpm my frle In jrl Ich be tpldjnp that whoirJie landed the tnnslc o IJszt the litter looked at the niiin scrlpk numiuod over tlpn Sat tfowa antI ibIyedlt froi minjiorxCiien go iiigti lila desk e took eu and tuf wptejl till drtlle ition fi writing hl uamij atitht top r tile title page t Ait BlncTait Mr ntibnT iey sdy tbafjilra BwIftBtoitb Jsgnatly Iroubled In Bompla Air noon TPK t tinderstadd that she rllscovprcMl t le net a weelripr so hfo that her usbjind talks J his s1tcp usnilsiw isa nt slept a whksiOee- or ttnr of bib Int om tliini nar IJftIle Wtllte AtOcCrtrrllllBC tJnlli they are rajnedto tnt proper ounsters nn anally 1ki little p bs rts rftrtl tliiiifrfU oiorvf til nti atm after tliiur jIitk yers old has f pair of parents who try tp break blui of thC Jiabllof tnk Ing tjilngs on hi plate that be canTiior cat nod leaving uucb ty go to Ue In is fair ay to Improve nndur heIrvtatehfuine a yillle1hisdntlfjully cut tbe cmsL Dint take acb a large pecOQt ake1 Wllllt unes you can eat lt his pupa will ua and VllIk vfjlluk and stuff blms lf wlth Ifraibertban o leave a crtiiib or JHsf rIgrumble abott Tb other day WHHp was invited to bhrtbdajr part fila mother dressed him jln his best lQtbos4 j Jasthingou rake on you plate lttWillie came b ime that vcnlng witIj eve pains he little giriju Wbon- on r the partf was given ia ear old Hei mother Jiiu1 baked IrtIday cake nd part oMW schema f f ornaraentatli a of U were jiS rXeandles There were three of thom oh the piece that was pet es WlUka olate nttsbar News s A eeti all t1t I WT tic M Frank W CKmve datisg hk Bewspaper cari wltaeedaaaysia gulair scenes b it the oddest MM ba penedaccordln to Mr Grave la the old iays when he tiff coltege feotiMil 17ewg day I OB the occasi faiaentiM ed 5r J an4 Prlncetoa had tetayeda l Sato ba ifGoingapper yout ilescelel Mak e4t- rl Gelag 4 ra4w1ii atnO snomeat omg v ifalie m Thy ww ut 8ll an they ets e ie o the Bttp4 MitU y JJLI tbs- rinceton pair JTljeu stlllI hence snoVtyi jpurpose lite taie ikpsmt a ty circle audMii thci 4iriani r ndo way for bus they wqtred 1ud1aiOune jrdunpmam kafstopriMilliJlii r aDd itt h p4 W- eudmde ada foetyIwi-r u Uc Yale nwfa topped ma word tell ufcm him nw thyI te football qulktli heavily and xiikkly b Tttcaitrah l5iug them vatagfn iptnthe ht eUtsnd taeoct rat Plfr- atS W titb tb ongbly tihitummtgtl aad silently returned theft jnur li OM fgtreet Sattirday Evcultfi oat a ftsc11HdTOLtiR s S eBf Meeiles Arc XeetMwrr s Ltrfe AaUeati The sLclVagnrterbfosmj to kesr the mnS pfhJrf faViftt wSpps Iate4 ac zu htimenUoetItlhstcn1ngtb ly dramatic 8ltait ciilti ijtliii wIth i- aecrbl sfra aseus art- Work Toimcortantpart of a Wag icr eg aecordi44wO4Chimself Isne bwc1vt tlis drama whicb Jndedr lbgleaershould closely foUpw wltb jMTald ef the book at words alnce tBeCwte U niunily uug In krmnawcwds- 1ie inteuiliig5yagnsr4eitciit aiaw- i1It yiththyI5teCMeIitpOnMr works He will tlipviLagfoicemiMf be fi jnlllar 4iiiSTcKe ties already ItWrcKiw often af wicerta iwi iiifcck ly h iantIen bwMakssdIgpe1o4m- aticAfofthtftwaNeMiyue will want to bred by TriVnnsud Isolde that w deWIaV siifc with acre upon becoiniatueja4eriteIn the truecease anti tile seaE after icattends pArfe siaaees of the lung den NIbeluugeno bemazsktwipreme effprt get tQkeiiiFrom Baireuth lie returtl4rden j tecrI1 kis thOberahshlsa but Ychkwl4osia s5 X Peiiap there Ia a iiliaracter- Mticalglit Ip tctIo bsaalki e evangellatafc wise ll tjie1ii1 1- wthePIazuLa de BiemaIld tNazueI- n of Santo IoDiliiijrlSio opr Me a the fociBer of writing Icttees so tb ef tle prlsqa for tbtr lll thootitside but ttiiimvsugt4 Ms whir ma be a easie tPiCa cf lianto Domin1aM l1g- eteP5 s 1 Where f tbosr- hd do kwiVfoiat a ra of s cs orliiore ente aeoedln- th If They aleo1idfftakiwiQtrIaIIsxe l Write the address mi thebp aiid attcbthic TcqIred staasptnt for e tra clnrr a ccL ltJs hardly C4sl5 tate that very Ieraptupi who are iwtxNr aieaeiahafth vtn- eixifding ar kttec to Wbou W 4uwinn- W te wrIMv t the yaeIeLraI40 s1AW SItIerMr dIVW point tlie3 ttaULihE ralk M I1IIIfbeIri nd Urui lialli ITiijilir utiii iff OIk el itdidj ejJkiih a asdflemtM i au4 sly 1bIIrW itIiig tide t fcipi ifMm iU BUg pet hammering was the roar f tfc irlndtthlch JKaajlrlrcojIoirn lets a bca ItIW1ch ewep uge Il l petet1 w t tlis n kbwI t e banks y treJsof I a4i ar5- tthugtjthiira1tsof rocju ftvr J titd tear of tiris rs sii I yoti ttd iao tvh s a fIngf onoerVora Vitb Btallcii Coliuun y Richard Hatdiac Davis Scrtb l 1 i4 WlJlJBURTOK L MfAttHNt MNTI4T Jiti am tXTIACTEDr t l t iri4 tiT PAINI l Y tOl1ttp t HP1 D KYJf SPJUJf f k iU matW kttr1euy t r PlraCi lSl 3 iX Si i r Josj GsELL locI1 f oi- ci141thIiit CIfK AT MWDENCE iJtitjII L tHUBER H HORD t 5r f DEWtISTS joySr r rjnaicrt17 1OMM i T irDa J H LMPTO N i oioS cidSIi t 1J S J StOCKc gPltINGFIELDJKYII irr r JOPPICE Dr Rin hrti for rer ofiuM oY Peoples Deposit r Bank Oe ebours 12 to2pm V DNORAYCFOFTSpO Ii v r 1 DENTIS i Y riTt V TWrbcrs piIi1Etifl XY y WOQLAY BROOKE Tff r i aftavcolpHItatteuea glyeu5tothe 1 luiRttItlff wa ra J ti SPRINGFIELD KYhe WB RINEHARTv ATTORNEY AT LAW OSes over Peoples Bank SS SPRINGFIELD KY tinsf r o Vlag n tt r ytIjNBT tr E CLEMENTSSab thdaaters at Under eitkng neSam pteparedto do all kinds of hauling Special attention given to deliveringjo banks am4 moving Tetepboae No 17 or lleave orderssa niSKefltlickyNurseriesda OEDaatsville have been transIe ferred near Louisyille on Bards towi pike where their increasing biiinu 1 can be carried on with 4 touch wore ease VacUities big better every yAlI OiiMMalcalioR should be ad rdtOSBoo g GJLftDlNES MgT eQtucktNnraelJ Cow Louisy ille Ky p 55aajS Kwrt rItf the WkI SiatWr What anVUu hedathe to a eaaeer wm 8 vet tet Well uhll year befr6t ere pt1gt CASCARBTS kftlt HatHfe ettitf you without a gripe orIt9r pan ptodt4c UR1 nlt1ral mccc II3tbju 10 Ceiita to Start a ettittgyfeaf health back CASCARETS It Cmiy CaL1dIth5 gen Jne put uj Iin Metal Botea very tablet has C C Cr iiti olt ofb WAte 4j4IhiraIr1s I1Ioe rAlUt txMMeaa taymg clfuQsf 4I fcgatiistt the MLof Mary t Powell detseased are hereby notified to present the same ito ae prop riy proven and the ff same wilt he settled Persons indebted to thd estate are also oiWo come forward and Mfctto S G MAYBS r Adaiaistraton rhirt fo fl wwni In life Jfyoja atf4g e tet1e eat lit1d CARt f tisM TWflRtinlUnry a W MilfM 4 thAt Way r ytlM till he oiwH W Us HM of Kodol Oyppflpak Uta a d ai MXow Ictt e vl anythlng 1 HIM a 1M1 I WMt iii rci ound y yfriijI Xo4ol Dyspepsia Care I VHiM H wUt Jim iMt Ha3ctont rMMt f IfI a night et bit PSrUoey wIll f MI1 rffseg th p 1 SIIt asdess unklqnk er ey ar ky H hi5 rit sm udeFpsmueuUy des lthwtMfyJ k Ut crndren tovelt and old 5ppe5kfkt JCi ltiagiL ssl n a jjuf f IEEt f EEf EiE EEEI tEEt EItE EE 1101 F1tEE Ij ABOUT TOWN jJ J3 m Pure leaf lard PC per pound at BUe Grass Grocery t 1I dht TEwsliiBADER from now utilJttJurY1Q02 for1O r Best fapiilT flour 190 per handled at Blue Grass Grocery J5Thetbe ChristIan Church will preach here next Sunday at the Metho dist church The bird crop this year ap pears to be a good one and the ab sportsmen have been hav lu g ood luck Attention called to the ad v rtisement of Mr T E Wilson in this issue JIe wil1 have a public sale onNovembcr28h tiYoued Gov Bob Taylor and you should hot miss hearing tim Boh All Taylor Opera Souse Decein be r1it alDIEDAt fiasonhp fieilowayent toioIde tit TesbyRequestat thr Opera House this evening 10ei d should drawl full house Strayed from my farm about ten days ago 10 hogs red anrlt spotte weighing about 125 unds Any information leading to their recovery will be liberally rewarded oriO reward for recovery JHoRD Mr M C Montgomery vrell knownfarmer of this county and son of Mr Robt B Montgomery j was married last week iat St5In Mays in Marion county to Miss M ihala R ODaniel daughter of MrSim ODanifal gHonorator and lecturer is seqorrd toI done will bethe next lecturer in ihe coarse ftrHis date is Deceni otja1rso at once Rev J J Kill is preaching some interesting sermons at the me Hetingsbyteriati church and a good deall fiiuteresarbusecI The meetings Wilt contwue rough Sunday Services Iip tlv afternoon and evening The good rain of Tuesdayl filled a long felt want llikewise all the cisterns and rhin Jbarrelsj out town It also pyt abqufl ght feet of watbr info tUe w rese9oir of the W terfWorks Co1 5Farmers are re icing that it comes in time toj ve their wheat which was well gh dried outs J 4 Candle contest at ttie Blue Grocery closed Wednes = y morning at 620 The foli wing ar wlnners of th4 prizes Mr W H Baker 1st 50 Ibs sugar Miss Rice Thurinan 2 100 wlbs3d 10 lbs Rio Coffee Bro C H Prather 4th 15 ibs best laundry t soapr 4 In Judge Dltseys regular ternij of court this week several cases ere disposed bf W S rewery was given jjudgment ains John A Langfbrd in the case of Poston Prather against Common School District No 28 judgment was rendered tbf the defendant in case ot W P Hall against George Shields Judgement 5 88 was glveh1 plaintiff and James Sutton was given a judgment against Sam es Green JI4 One of the finest bunches bf1 J islcouj corii fed steers soclby Biothrso1sAnthony manager of S arm to Fox McDowell of Boyle and shipped by them to Jersey City for export trade The qattla averaged just 1500 pJoundk each aud ten of the n etwer rt4dShorthorns and Polled Angi u- s1ierlce paid at the scales here Ws48OporhundredI hompsonhvll ulsvmilonl tbeplacebeen1tvhtl towuinl rkl4t cowcIr a s aqd a lt of balEo a number or r good larmii g iinpem nts and t a 01urmtIJre01 f Best fir proof ojl9c per gall atOBlue Grass Grocery LOST CowAred shorthorn a cow strayed from my place near eechland Wl l1 1ibe past two weeks Had on yoke JCry cow weighing about 900 pounds Finder please notify Charlie Oder Litsev or yIDaJaSringe1dKy LOST Two long yearling steers red with some white on Strayed from my place near Beechla dRerard for any in formation leading to their recovery W P MEnBITTyie The second mchgame be tween the LebMbn Bowling Club awl the team of this place took place at the h cail bowling ley on uesday evening and Jr the second ti the Spring ld team waiBvvictorous winni- nreeout of h1ir games played hegames were very close aud excUing Springfield winning ij only by a very narrow margin the last three games Lebanon won thefirs game easily by a 9 points Springfield look the succeeding three games by 9 11 and II points The highest score made by a Lebanon player was 175 by E CarlLitsey Henry Lewis DcadthaHenry C Lewis a brother of exCongressman John W Lewis of this place and veteran travel tn womanVance J rg Ky very suddenly HewrtSgood health He was com plaining however and when he antIredI the clerk should he take sick t6 et the best doctor j He was n CoardlyI night and on Thursday mornng the colored porter on entering hi dresi and breathiug with difficulty Doctors wore called but could oo coivebreathing heavily never chang ing symptons until death came e was well ihiown here where he has been in the interest of his rm Ar John W Lewis re the DBvys of his brothers death ndhptarid hiswife and i daughter went on f Gr ni burg the old liom oL4hedecease and wherp the funeral tpokplace prlbsf stlgarrjQrJ5 Notice myblzrmthey will be prosecuted for tres v pass according tdlaw WPHAYS Farm for Sole I have a good tarm consisting ot about 107 acres situated on Tkfackville and Springfield pike 2Jvmiles jdPORTER HILL 3t Fenwick Ky PUBLIC SALEd On my place one half mile from Texas wiltlon Wednesday 1iovember28tboffer for sale to the highest bidder a lot Of livestock a part of which is as fol to llowst 16 head of yearling mules j gOtqbrqodold work mule one 7yearpld horse one 11 year old horse 1 12 year old Stallion 2 fine jeD nets tes1 five year old Jack gooc1 1tTVei4 Yearling heifer 8 NM1 1thi11r cows Jun it calve l IrSpring one 10 mouths old bullr calf one yearlng jack 50 first la stock ewe Also at the ame time andplaceI will sell m farm containing 105 acresf on easy terms iif not soli before s ale For further information ad ISdress J W FUNK KyOrA rR1JWnAYNK Mnny feoplo worry bocnnae they 1bIlloyfl they have heart disease Theac- hances uro that their hearts afa 811I lirIghtI digest Tooa Kodol Dyspepsia CurodI IJslB whit yufl oat and p ovouts the fori1aUon of gas which mnkes the stomach press against till heart It wWI turn every form or indigestion Ifa don llpbertson LOno good dose of Dr neWs Piiio Tar UOHOV on retiring stops a cough JetImvcs croupor euro a cold and Insures qiilot tnt and retmshlng loop It is t harmless Babies love 1tajI mothers who haoused it recommend It Gonln tlruyglstb nell it Mr Percy Johnson of Lebanon was over Saturday night Mr and Mrs John Brewer oft Leba non were here the flr t of tho week Dr JL Cassoll after n long ilhioss of typhoid fever Is abb to be dot aR ain Little Georga Hunt Mitchell Is ill of pneumonia at lila fathers home in Owenton Mrs TuletenrboeoffMiena fewof her young frlend8 on last Friday night Miss BonnIe Rogers of Lebancn spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Fred Hagan of this place t Thomas P Kelly ef Louisville wat up He dinlteUI Mr and Mrs S R Gray and Miss riwaorencaguests of Mrs JW Bolts and Rev Wm E Mitchell Judge John Kelly and Mr Leslie Samuel were among the Bardstown fol Saturd att ThUndMr John D Austin special agent and J Whit McBlroy of Lebanon who a whgenthere thIs week in the interest of the Sonthera Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Today in Louisyille Miss Mam 0 Hendricks will be married to MrC I laftwSpringfield having been frequent visitor to her cousin IriS J F respopdblot city Miss Hendrickaj is remembered as a beautifull and accomplished young lady with all thbtraits of character that go to make an ideal man Her many friends hero jcideo in offering their heartiest congratn latlous Mr H H Black the wellknown village blackfimith at Crahamsvllle Sullivan N Ysays Our little son five years oldJhns always bo en subject to croup d so bad lava the attacks been that we have feared many times that be would die We have had tho doctor and ised many medicines but Chamberlains ugh Remedy is new our sOlo reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses Whop the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the aded oroup is Cured before Jt Rets settledlhcrc is no danger In giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as adult by huHadonrtsonl1rUljgltsl miSFrom Our Regular respondent The Neison County Teachers Association for thie fourth Mag isterialldistrict will meet at the Ohristianx Church at Chaplin on ue xtS tnrdavAn excellent ograniuiasPr beijll prepared and ovisions have been made for e entertainment ot tbeteachIers Miss Lavma j teacher of Chaplin isuntinng in r effort to make the mseting a ccess Mr5 Henry Bedford and wife spent Sunday with tbe family oft Air Burton Williamsrof Taylors to yille The wheat in this community has suffered much from the Hi drouth Mr Geprge MQSmothers off anttseyspentSaturday day here tlMrthompiDrays last week with the family Of James B Hays Dr Bottin ger Jim H ysJl and Johns Russell took quite a successful1an bird hunt on Jast Saturday AMISS Effle Duncan has returnedi Iousville after spending a few days wlt bber parents here Quite a number of hogs were delivered in this community last week prices ranging from two S forty to four and a quarter Supt JoV Bush is building aatenant house near the bridge he house will be occupied by r B 0 Humphrey who has IY d from lIza etbtonI CASTORI AEPpr Infasitand ChlldreL The Kind You flays Always BlightI S I ra nocommcHilM It to Trainman G H Haiisan Lima k Engineer rBi it W R Rwrltesl bat e een troubled a great deal with back u chet waS induced to try Foleys KidtlCure and one bottle entirely ro toevOdany one especially my friends tbe train men who are usually afflictedL Haydon Robertson You cant afTordrto risk your fo g by allowing a couch or coldHdbevolopJnto p bneumoniaMlnuto Cough Curd will euro throat and lung croablo quicker than aiiy other preparation known Many doc Iaqras ah jtiffttlnble romndy for a croup rititdrpu like Hand mothers endorse U tla tloii KobtrUvn = MOOJRIEJS71LLE From out Regular Cor apcB lf nt Arthur EJ Heman purcbased tract of laod from W G Boblqt nsiaeraUou 01 r Mr and Ms Jeff ij5mtth visi tted relatives nftar Ddblsville URI vreek They have returned hemp They say there is a haunted lied in Maud 15 isaiso said than tbeshtjrtest route toSpring Held fpr brother Sigma is by the wa y of Croaksyille Mr and Mrs Jasdun gave the young folks a social last esday night Iwas well at ded and everything passed quietly Rastus Yates of Litsey spent S6 v rat days the stqf the week with his cousin Richard Trent Well Dame Rumor says Wei are to have one or more wed gs in the near luture Miss Tea HaVdin of Bloomfield s over to Mooresville last Su tiday- Miss Nettie Hardm and MrE Martin Bfodqrick of Bloomfield were married at Shelbyville ursday of last weeic We extend our sympathy to Mr Sampson Reddick of Polin had the misfortune to lose his loving wife last week They bad been niariedbuta short time She had typhoid fever I She leaves a babe two weeks old Jfy she rest inpeaceisc the jfffhpfi L CiMiSy determined where he will locate John Weeklyafter a years ab sence has returned to his old bonie T UrlfYandc kintteiystcinmeuso Dr MA Simmons Liver MeolclneV MrPublic rtHayingpremises 1t milesl from Willisa bu prgWednesday November 28c vAtiJb1ghestfollowing personal property Eighteen head ot good yearb augIbs several fat heifers three lk Cows 50 head of Sheep several Horses Jf yearling Dur bam Bulr ParmingQlmplements fine lot clover hay and many other things Terms made known on day of sale TEWILSON i Willisbufg Ky 1KWpr From Our RegularCorrespondent Mr Mack Mackin Sister and Cousinjof Lebanon were pleasap1I Ylsitors among Sunday last Quite a little crowd took alrnsRoans Knobs Saturday Those who wero 1i fortunate enough to get there were Mr fuughCroake Mr Dee Brown Daisy Shaunty Tommil Hamilton d Myrtle Croake a most delightful day was spent after par king a delightful dinner at e foo1iof the Knob the crowd IdOI oceeded to climb and view the beautiful scenery after gdtberItJ ing terns thoV left for Loretto Academy The Sister feindly faowedd the grounds were besutifu1 fter partaking of suppeMn the grove they returned to their homes feeling tbe day was well spent Mr Irvine1 Winsatt passed through tiere Sunday en route to tQksvil1e Key Buckmans residence is out com pie ted which will be quite an addiition to Our place f Mrs Wilford Thompson was siting Mrs Janes CsC Monday Mr Bid Ross has bought the eot residence in this place WQ a1glad ibey are going to stay with us Christmas Stories In the December Delineator re tb Chrjstmis stpries tyI wellknown authors One a negro story by Paiill Laurence Duubar thp colored protege of William Dean Howells eDt tle1 Duo Christmas at Shiloh It- olls of the homecoming of a reformed negro and is very touching The other by Beulak Marie Dix who has dated her story in Colonial times and en titles UuIn the Reign of Peg y Kemble illustrated Du- nirsstorv with some of his Ia mous negro faces and F M Arnold illustrates this Uolonial tory Ifo1eBAo for fifty Ceatfc iabtt cure makes rca rn3ron gu Leise dJnbCt- aJ1E WIUJ1SBURS Frou Our Special CorrespoJilen I Vo huvts had quite a d icbt- full raIn water vasget ingscatce and the sqwp wheat jffijsn ending rain very bally and ahose infet str hr 103ippiuMiss Laura Hvatts scl OQli closed Friday with a nice Enter tai nment for the ypuhg people Miss Alice Cheser is very low with pneumopiia Mr H Grider and MasterFred ag So wl ainIiThere will be an Oyster supperrlat the residence of Mr V Crou ches next Saturday ttie 24 3instChristian Church at Willisburg every body invited to attend and eatanditNews Notes Sylvester Vittito a farmer ofa ed to Ge ato La Jrneyty was on the railroad track near Sherwin several days ago both legs having been cut off by the train sayslhe was tied to to the track by four drun kjn Y9bng men Democrat leaders of Sco- tuntydeny the rumor of Judge utril4scandtdscy for Senator e say he will remains 6a the candC3 of IJamessville has written A state nt exonerating his wife andiii lestifipg to her purity and they lOW living together again Ware will with draw her proceedingsTbe was shot by Ware while making astoral call and who was included in the charge of infidelity de by Ware againstMrs Ware ll begin suit for damages aga t Ware it is said DeWltts Little Early Risen rCtbo t i liver pills ever made Easy to take T evergriipen Haydon Robertson LitHe imp Punished Garfield Williams turned loose two snakes iin the Pee Ridge Church in Todd County during a protracted meeting The mourn t1era were at the altar a great re- alivi was in pro res Williamsi i carried the snakes to the site in his hat and turned theta logs ret th OeO stampede among the brethren jOnej head and the other was a little garter snake After a tim- rneOf the bravest of tho breth ern captured and killed the tJll extent of djysin jail and xsvtdcnee omanjj truly My remarkable wife said We all knp v you wish to specify Yes sir She wrote and sold a Ktbry the other day and she spent only bnco e money she expected to receive for Harpers Bazar Of all the fool things said the yrmerhay whIle the sun shines is the worst WIlY when tbr snn shines itll make hay Itself Chicago PosthThe tip pf the minute hand of 9 average watch travels nearly for Srofifths of n mile every day Healthy Motfew mothers sri huIIIw- thdt bssttsc tarc so exacilag The asxlcty ef erejuMcy the hKk of cMUUrft ihe ore ef yewj cWHren are severe trWi en lIlY wemaK Sit with Wise of Cardul ymn her rap enry- mo4kcrverv weiaa lit the fits IkM et perusal hNMh Me Probiitpleasures Wise of Cartful wII jive It te you F MNEcAEDUIsttcagthetistheJ S orrfes weakened ftmctioM roe every female lit or wcakneM R lathe t medkine made Askyoir 4rwMist fer 100 boWs Wine ef Cartful aniialMM wbtkte aYItccrIJa- msl1 9JMcw I kyTs ow W 5WLIIE Vis s4tl4wiskeaIslIrsS blur iewl WID s I 111 YiMterliii otV T I haftiIIIY r Isls- w jIG iI tw sMs WN rW wa4us Lrtj = I t U T ij jfr t HE1itBE3T I INGf 3 It Eft1tI Cantass if aciets Oyralls Ii Casvan- d G1oYe BUY THIS 3 hiLit4 rtpO f CpTO 114c6I Ii ota i 1cbcitcu-t J ho also carrythbgt J BooTsai i ii S ni L ndSHOES4- 4 l I 3 FOR THE 1 r LAST MONE C d Fi 4 t JH See their bi HnaoC t 11 i RUBBRSandRubfjerIOOIS Yslt 3 f WtolfMtf IJNOY MA E csi AsiMs i MffP8IMM8S S i d t a l tf 1 i f 3 1llFllltllFO O1JJai- ryafu1i i lineo fine Jnaf iturv Bedroom Suits fier jKo king CJiairs Carpets and Picture Frames 1 11 1- 4ullnerranll1epartm lt t 1 is coin dee Jp every dptgii Coffins f C r Robes T t lfltlfl Vs flwer PJODlptly fEi Man Bt Springfield KU t We L irWit-h L Buggies Pheatong reys and Dr1v1ngWgEfl w i will finfl strictCF fiiSt and up todate We keep a w ouse f ill of Vehicles from wCne majf a selection to ait taste a d We 4lso handlethej SHi gofl one 4f the best i 1i ORiiC2ilRjIo- w a- iEEt I1IINED- Sj1 a S Til MI1SQN 4SP- RtNGFIELD KY irati o1 iIaOI baiSsia- t ooft a It this per it AawajMT GloMlyaspOMib wUa tdrwta rbk Pi T Cb OarIiLwle daily irnibiilit Tosslq M- i5ul appiL5 A CCft tsiz1d rtN a tow t jJrO4et t 1rO te a Iit for I sad cuinatlar P wet1lot ideriby i 4in k objftaeidnig- fstic i 5 Inam WIsh ui i 1iiia- tida k b app1 18 raw rfsc wIll rrcn n4h Uttdao ot tas- iossk tII Usjt JDbsr- tWmiiwomt aada st Sii eMAIUsftvrpfrDr itgihn h Irflt4Lcstea NIIrJYke For The Gablne 4t r 1tstthai we li tJlyertc C r b isriiU ievs ODIJee j3W toa4 bractoT iror rt IaIT ller8a1 r lk a4 hdi ck1j riGMITT 6hsid 4 te ls 1 J bMtIr1acI- tslit W1 11ei Is sktbe 7lpvu fr Lbs Gibe y14rdiyi uiie wre be wiH Mt wait f bIf p Se wi Ther- sROlttH tieuwt aerfi lf4itofJIMI axt and Iin evetit Xa ocafffit that r Yerkec wovcl 1Hi called into Cabinet eirete for I k ow a bat President MejEnleY thinks whole t of hlnv andJols ab1i iWttJll li4 p1acsjouId ri aA 43lry rkM wkile Tiotarlch man asitfoesi bas- anrptt income and a good law W practice arid it iindepeudont of fMY olficf as far as that is coo keerneL He is certain however iaj the event of bis defeat tpbe V teeitred some high position 1JJ f atiaok the apMinatlott fort l GoYeraor ai I believe did not i t KiLI tJh omi- th h b + or atayI ft of the gwBH of politics f ay reet aemurdJstif he is etowrly defeated by evea dozen1 fotM he ill not eomtest Oin tCIMaU 1 t r f I 4 Fruit BetssIe Tk laatPreiJdential eTection MvIoped or tbwi the usual tt uboffrekbets O MrWIO 1ofd 1tl tbrkbowainagaly dec tii owlMl If y klMrrpr4t byRI bMIbad t JL Dtaapccftttc drmp clerk at J Himore hw tekea two big pt tiroill1f tttinx Jais iiod bat Tilt republican IMOftpt J the ptoittly of one dose agoverntt1Ek in Washington iis atracings 4Pnylvanta avenue p by wearinlt s rnset and one i patoot leather sb0t9f beats be I vlMierd Bryan would win r ayp4i1gwoaa o Shamo 0ii lf awid a t l1roldne Into t3IGo4l gths quaring their 7wiiaronBryan They used atk apqw l4IdiIlr kstiTder thcf wellb ow minstrall has started oiia te J1w wSwksifoasumption of liquor tt Johnson a phieffdUTUll 1COJlfXXt will payI Johnson aaya hell ba about tOOOpoorer faea the time is pII I Ii Boston two men who loetl h Brjantiave Paul up by eache s I4nwin featiHr for a distance Sbalia 1iit t Atthiodof heir t iptthey saIi Docn Went licGmty i iI of a bridge into a renoeV field oy their frienasiik f issahacken Pa GeorgeS t B Wflhiais an active Bryaif c IlDtowdjcrafc waa baried aliye Sat ufiijr inpayment bet lost to Hiw4 Rudolph a sivart Re ffjriiCMy Akii WJiaeahackea J JiibU a sIb ns whore t enIxalg on the door he was pt din a casket and the lid ftVMraw4dfk WQ iTefcasket iicarriec1to a gravowhere it i u1oqered into hole TfieaI WiI1iats l 0stovercojBtt9 burst ttir iKe1ci cet scrambled out ei JKrfre iEvery thy wentllto the club house and en k e Wi iawi St t anville Advacate CONSTIPATION 1 M 4sM a Ilsi wNbs- 4Tss =Is tb sssss W wMI 1SUIl ta I yn p1s4 ar =l diIi s4 i I rTlMigi 1d ay u- I Mf MIl I iia Mg CIICuurrs I d5w Mmifrs UHee pu s a liar aac It I TII 111ft MIIr 1- 11riJ s ArLftsxt1tTt 1thI I NDvCATHAimC SM uwm- wfr OSNTPATION a r Jf L TMlth of OckJberjl1S ciosM ptsmwiMibl un me tooooMnenle in two partic t4mperatnrs and Lty f riiial The total 4 wit e wail for the month I t1I1JH a dspaiWre olf 1 9 Inob the avirae- 11 for tto mmr VMLmjfi liefajpr iiW l eMa There have o but two Ottobe a during wnich a less aotof rain hu tr aLa1 beD is iihes fell JJ89 inches JIoity iiiiM ralbrrl1i l Mounts to 1164 Inches Tie Tfeoapeature record for the mottb wae broken The average tern IMrture was 65 degreee a flKoreIi aliooat reached iin 1897 wben 64 r8M was recorded The ex MMive teaipcrtare can be appre ciated wbtm it is remembered the average for tbfrtpan Kr iM omlr 57 decrees and each day habeen eight degrees war mer than ordinary Sunshine was abundant daringthe month there havieg fifteen clear daysh lOYti partLy cloudy and but ve cloned 7 d s Southerly winds prevailedIOpera House for rdsstown vAt me iext mepting of the City Council a committee com pgsedof some of our most profnd inent business men will go be lore that body and ask the city s consent to erect anice opera B house on the site of the old mar ketbonse at Main and Broad ay opposite the engine house here is already an assured willingness to subscribe 5000 for he purpose and itis believed thatti2500 or even 5000 addi ipoalcan be raised if necessary t is thought however that 5 000 wilt erect a beautiful opse with a seating capacity of seven hundred and fiftyTbp desire amocg those interested seems to be for a one storv brick devoted entirely to opera house purposes That is- o have no store rooms or any thing of the Kind in connection evelopera house 18thiS time the city will IveHhe aiter ecor t accompanied IjIftAWICI mucaus patches in the noth erup t tions oa the skInc lasore dbrPtI =Idswollen glands aching muscles II and bones the lisease is making IyaptoinsI rptly and effectually cleansed of tbis IrlYiele fSi care for thisdisease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the Wont cuss thoroughly and permanently the fall or1897 cNdmH cin Blooda Po I triec1 MW lets N WWit p of ae so Rood I was Rtttlofr worse all thete ay hair cane nicers aredc tithty s lend trots rlaeumatic paIns ay hovlden aM arms My condition could in beta W worse cmlr tkoce a Iwaa dentand my sunerlng I had about IleaJet bait con es I Juld a IUe fal4h left In azfy we4Isiathird bottle I noticed cHaare iamycoadinos This was truly en and I dete- riInedtogIvcSSa thorough trial Prom 4Itime on tbe improre 7 tl heaedcompletely under rol toe sores andmeats healed and 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Jtntotinf the hau8ted digestive taM ItIs the latest discovered orIant and tonic No other J eU approach it tn ellidency It permnnentlycurcsmyspepslaIndlgestun t Iiatence Sour Stomach Nausea SIdcHeadacfieQa8traIgiajCramp8anaallotherrftsultsof laiperfectdlgestlonFrepvM ltTtlNwee BpHma Smele Tow IMttJiitij bec1tRkJhctlle wo ir worker tbat HIKes weak MM HC CUreguarafleokle 1lM letlroe Okicago or New Task tor 3ewels With Caseareia foreverJtc i NthllP OF SOBBING It flMRSTIME ON EATHIS SHORT t h b Hcgrd the Samraoui te Get Really to be na Angel and Sinai a LltJie Talk With Mr Gallap About Whom He Skeuld Seleet For Wife tCoprrlght 1000 by c D After supper Mr UISceeaetflfl over to the store for a wb t paper of carpet tacks and Mrs Gallup was washing and singing The home Over There with great feeding He returned In half an hour and as he reached the itchen door the sound of sobbing met is cars He looked in to find Mrs Gallup weaving back and forth on a eres1Somethlng 1do inquire what It was butturned aboutiand sat on tho doorstep and In an ent way began sharpening a sickle with the stone he had bought It was five minutes before Mrs Gallup volun leered an explanation When she saWI that he had neither anxiety nor sym pathy she hitched her chair Into the t oorway used a fresh spot on the apron to wipe her eyes anti finally said I Samuel when youve gqt that sickle Sharpened you might go over to Mrs ebeisahd tell her that I shall be a dead woman before tomorrer Tons l ID A aaors nBAOp BE AS aELIIIneednt beat around the bush at all but tell her rlg tout Shell rather be expectln the utSwa She was over here his afternoon and she said I was Ha l ble to git my summons at any time Ive got it all arfangbd with her about the funeral a Mr Gtllup did not look around With ti alni deliberation he spat on the whet tone and with palm deliberation hebrew It back and forth across the IbJade nIsobbed Mrs Gallup after waiting aoreasonable time for him tospeakitA ew hours hence and you will be a widower and a feV days hence you will bo wearing red necktie and can terin around after a second wife When you started over town I was as happy s a lark nnd hadnt the slightest idea dyin Ten minutes later when I went to curry the butter do 11 cellar here came seven knocks on that emp elder barl and ns I Istood there liaklti I heard n whispered voice I say Banner Gallup git readyj tabe an angel It Was my fiUmuionsi and Ive got to go Nobody kin hold back ngIn summons What kind of a secondII ife shall you marry Samuell r t Mr Gallup had paused In his labors nd was looking absently at p robin In treeI feel nt all dellklt about l lklp It over with me saul Mrs Gal t ip as she dabbed at her eyes Vlththa npron Ive nllus spected youd git t arried agln If I should de Dud I zaut bowl and squeal about It Mrstebee says If her husband marries gin shell haunt him but you neednt bo afrald of Inc Id nithcr you mar ried agln if you didnt youd be goln o circuses and dogfights and candy pulls and become ns wicked as Silas Johnson Spose youve kinder had our eye out hen t3ou Samuel that Is youve kinder made up your mind about what sort of a woman oud uiarry IMr Gallup withdrew his gaze from he robin and returned to Ills work orIsharpening tho sickle and Mrs Gal ups nose hail gipwu very rcjd with the pulling when she cbnlnhedt Theres thcWldder Lapham Sam nel had everybody says shes wntbc 2000 but l wouldnt want you to mar- y her SItes too blty tlty for a man of your age While she wan swlngln In a hammock shed lot the Iwaciburn Ill In the oven Shed want you to go off to a picnic every day in the year and If you had any soft soap In the Ijousc youd hew to buy It And theres tho Wlldcr Davis Shes a good honfie keeper Samuel as Ill ndinll but they say she gits streaks on One day shell latigliln and glgglih till day lIbng and the next day shell lie aar sulky as a mule he kin mal a pound of tNIgo as fur as kin but she toll me with her yvn mouth that she had four pairs of stocklns last year Could you put up with slrh extravagance as thnt Samuel Wouldnt yui be thiukln ot Jiov alms got along ou ttwo pairs nIyear 2 Jir Gallup whistled Kof My tojilmself as he felt of the edgoof the sfckle with Ills thumb The vhlstlc conveyed no direct jnforjiiaton but was a whistle In the abstract Mrs allup Iookd at tilt linlk of his neck rn moment flnd IIll worked up and rlloll1 back a sob and thiiu lib Therofl Piicplie Cousins whom ev erybody likes but nlies an old maid and sot In her ways She never bark bites nor glut mail but site wants ev erything Jest so If yon conn luto the bonce and throVed your lint down on tnt lionS or pancd your boots off in the pallor the evejiln shed raise the nwfulest kind oT a row I guess oul1 her to marry a gal Samuell You are tituft to be the fathei iof any gal around here but lout 8eo no other way Htv you got any pertlcklcr gal Inuiind I was thiukln of Sue Sablns the other day Shes 20 years old and a great hand to work anti mebbe yout be happy with her Ur mother says Sup llktS to be petted Youve never petted iue but mubbe youll change hen J am gone No Samuel cant remember a time in 2T years when 1Foue pulled my ear or patted me on r pokcd me mthe rlbs 11Tb sS remembrance that there hat beenno shoulder patting ear pulling during all those long years brought a fresh outburst emotion and for two- rmlnutes Mrs Gallup sobbed bltt rly Mr Gallup laid down tile whetstone and the sickle and picked up the p iper oT tacks and balanced It on the jointI jolt hs finger but he was oblivions of- kU r surroundings II dont complain Samuel Mrs Oalluo wks the ooi I tiraid CIt e again When i4 saw that you no hand to pet 11let It go Im ojd lll wrinkled and scrawny and 1 cant look fur pettltu It will be different with ii gal however It you dont puller ear at llenstoncen week and call i her angel shell git sulky and finally run away with a tin peddler Mrs Bebee Was sayln that Bertha Williams would make a good gal wife fur you Williams Says that you could better than to marry Mary IP but t aint goln to pick Out fandIrsfur you nor find fault with e All Im gain to do Is tto become an angel and let you you want to Ive got Jest one leetle favor to ask The lump In her throat and the tears In her eyes checked her speech for half a minute and during that time Mr Gallup put the tacks down aTod lifted up the sickle again IUItsonJy this Samuel You neednt no weepln fur me when Im gone nd you neednt hang over the gate nd try to look all broke up over my loss Yon kin go right to playln check ers PS soon as the funeral la over but some night later on when you arc all alone In the house and the crickets are slngln I want you to remember hat I had my good plnts ns well as my bad I want you to remember that used a clothes hitler with seven holes In the bottom fur nine years without mcndln and that I haint had a new corset fur leven years Our teakettle Is over 6 years old and tee made ono et of cups nUll sassers last us since we was married Thats nil Samuel and now Ill go in rind die and you kin be ookin around fur your second wirer She rose up with a sob and retreated Iiito the house but SIr Gallup knew nothing of It He hung theslckle on nail near the door put the whetstone tacks on n shelf in the wood shed then walked down the path and the henhouse door and eas a look Into the pig pen When he returned to the house Mrs Gallup was looking at her bowl of emptyings under the stove and humming the air of T Want to Be an Angel She had had her lamentation anti got over it and it would lie throe or tour days before she would break put again M QOAD WHY HE LIKES MUSIC rijjslclnn Whone Rcpntatloa as a Critic Vsti flouted Theres a physician In Baltimore who music IJIs taste to be sure runs rather to Old Black ToeSu twonnee River and such classics but still any sort of music will do and he listens to it all Cstntlcnllynnd with a properly Intelligent look on his face It was therefore believed thiathie bad fine taste for harmony and his repu atton ns a critic was established and rew apace as reputations will good or ad The other evqnjng as his daughter the house in which thIn- hysiclan lived she heard the strains r Home Sweet Home proceeding from the library Fathers at It again tube said to herself softly I wondtr who he ban coerced Into playing for him npvcT- A glance disclosed tilt fact that he had bribed three street musicians two vIolinists and a harpist Into giving him a private recitall Thpy fiiifslipd he air just as the young woman enter ed and the physician turned tpjjrr with a beaming tRee That Nearer My God to M4ls n beautiful thing Isnt 112he asked It was the first time no had commit ted himself on the subject of tunes nd his glory began to dlnilnlRh from that moment for Ills daughter told the Incident as what she considered an ex cellent Joke Now the worthy man says that he likes music solely as an incentive to thought and listen to It when he wish es to solve some knotty problem of nr ry or boil Just as those who stirrer from Insomnia go to church and listen to tho sermon to be pnt to sleeBaIti- more News The Gnrilrner The form gardener Implied much more a few generations ago than It dos today Young men paid heavy premiums to get In as apprentices un der learned gardeners nndwUcn at the cud of the term they were Invested with the blue apron most of thorn would compare favoralily In general intelligence with the graduates of pur modern Universitiess An Explanation Your friend Sroonio hoasts that his wife is college hired Wliats meant by college brod anyway iMebbe Its tiiostutt they learn to make nt oolduRchoolL EscbangCi Tho first hook ever punted In 8wlt terlaud hears iw date of t47X THE SCHEME WORkED l A Scheme i ir Which Brorrri Quieted Ills Wife Suspicion To be pwrfwlly liouiKt Brown does olliceIevery night that lit tolls his wife he la going there TJui Luslut s vhivh ho says is pressing Is frequently imaginary and the man whom hem Is going to meet dots not exist Ue belongs to n club anil clubs have their nttrnc tlous lletiioKjrht that Ius wife was growing KUspkious and Brown Is re sourvefrl On the evening ln tquestlbn as the lawyers wouil say told her that then was a matter of buMnrHS that could not posHllly beieferreil until the next slay About 0 oclock slit answer the phone antI was axhcil If Brown IUN at home antI she replied that be was at his oRlce Juess not wan tIn alarming re- sp311I1eInll just down there rind all looked dark She mug off viciously If women ever do such things ordered n coupe told the driver to go ns fasl as the ordl nnne allowH kept taking on temper r3 site weal anil flew Up stairs to the oillce as though a mouse were In hot pursuit Her bttinntI uwt herBU Ingly insisted that he had glven him a delightful surprlm put ills easiest chair near the light handed her a pa per and Hjoloslzed for uavlug to re sume work that would possibly keep him till 3 She could not explain she could not keep awake she was asham ed of herselfi and after lamely 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Ga Describe and free per oaJal medical advipe given Notice To jaccb Grower Iwisht to informHlie shippers and growers of tobaccopl Wash- ingtonii Ntl son Marion and I Bo lecqunt s that I have made an arranger ent with the Buck nerd Tobt co Warehouse Co oft i Louisville Ky to solicit con sigclments 0 tobacco toI thorn and will be prepared tolq1akp reasonable a Ivances and f arnish icasks tct partieswho deSirf them to ship pbaccp tothe Louis vilie market and I will tlike it t1 point to cill and see as many of the shipp srs and fanrie rs sI p s ibl1Cobetween no w andJ the time of s limping and I vooldJ Iik0 for all of my friends who iajVJe tobacco thai the win likely prize to remember me whbt they get ready to ship My Post 01 ice address or the present will bePolin or printj fied The house that iJ r present is an Independent House and own ti eir own warehouse property ai d have been engaged in the War house business for years anl will assure all wbX iSO ship to them courteous treatment find prompt and best efforts lo git them good prices for their to acco 83 Ith W S Y G OODLETT IRONCLAD FEVER A If temllar tHaeaie Tbat WM 11111 hi Venttlatloa In the flgb between the Moaltor sad iferrimac It i ras found that there was not sufficient air In the turretcd steam er jfor the cre r and that the Buffocitlas gates general ed by the explosion ofl gunpowder fi and their way below rendered It i ractlcally Impossible for Ithe men to ork Necessity therefore eompelled th Introduction of some ap paratus for d rtlficlal ventilation The old mi thods ln vogue for hun arMs of yea I had been retained cvdn under the ner conditions and but 4je the striking ahlbltldn of dhrect Inter vferenco with lighting capacity xvoai have remqlat d for many years longer 1 in the Mohltor was placed a rotary blpwer worked Uy steam Alt wl thus drawn f om one half of the steam i er through a system of pipes end forced tutu tl e other Variousthnugei- were made n later irqnclddsotthiu period In 0imrthear was drjiwn down the tu rots and forced through out the yes el thus rendering themII mere than c cr liable to suffocate them n belowl li battle while Iniothers the supply was blamed through armored cylinders an forced out throngb the turrets it was In be early Ironclads that a pepullar dls ase developed whl6h be ing confined to those vessels was soon designated onclud fever la this af fectlon the lultlhl symptoms were much like t use of typtus but In a short time vera occipital pain was followed by omplote aphonia and this t bicoma an dcAth The Introduction of ventilati g appllnnces caused the disappearance of this slngurar disease aqd In time these metal boxes almost entirely sub caged cause to regard 41 as probab y the most salubrious yea aElII afloat mashers Magazine II Llyl ffefltbB7Z36Ljite overwork hadRufus Ch once by ttespostulatcdtt fMy dear rlnd1t yon are not more Bcjlf consldijhte you will ruin yourj constitution fOhS nfyl lllld the jegnl wag the con stftnlloil wo destroyed 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