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fOrtbemoat avcceMtal Jest PT the aIl ef teBWH aateeff earn Jl a er savory aBd cloves OrtH siad of Ares ckUnclnteMWly vTtaaadhospitality fWfceaaai HI J HaUaflji AIefYe lake chairs JtraywMres Jtbyad1ayto tJldMt 51 01 c16I tH- eliana Tbstgiyutbeiookto grandma wke- aba1rsberkIaar Theres something sad and longago- teb yet so very sweet Tbe ebiklrem fellow tIMwlth JaIPfY feet e all of ns are standing while graMpaa saying grace- dA theheauuOomeP ll1 Dolly Tom up heres a place All of you take chairs Jest any wberea Set by awl Uy to Bttteae tbH I remember te made na boys feel cheap Wedldat callit bat reai tlyOf pears sad ptand peaches fr oat ate tree at alght and Le- lavitei s tJal place aext day to tat 1eea Near a table fall o peaches plums aad peara in fine array wkJla ate Wadhearted irreetet ib4e old way Boys take chairs1 Jest anywheres BetbysMlaytoi KW- la AaMneaa Agricaltaralist NVJCSTMENT The citizen xwith any surplus cash to in at or Ui fellow on a salary who desires to ray aside a small po rtion of his earnings in a sure thing which promises to pay him two or three dollars in return for every dollar invested hapIenty of good opportunities nowadays Springfield for the past few eeks has been thoroughly worked by agents for sever aIm stsieat companies and the ar guments they put up and the pictures they drawpf the oppor nities to make money fast and rely are alluring enough to tempt thelmost timid A good- aNy locaLinvestors have been convinced too that it isa good thing this investment business andtbey do say that al1 told a good little pile of Springfield nd Washington county money is being invested with these corn panics There seems to be something peculiar about these vestment companies Old nanciers who bave made and invested their money in the old Way and who are content with six or five or even four per cent interest say they dont believe in them They dont believe any concern can live that paysI a man two dollars or three dollars for one invested And yet the investment man comes along nd not only promises to do that very thing but shows beyjnd doubt where his is doing so and has been doing so for severall years and the concerns not onl Iiv6 but continue to grow stronger every year Can it be as the agents tells you that there Is a new era at hand whe money lenders need no longer be cOntent with the old rate of iinterest but may just as well double their money on asafe in yestmentin a few years time as not Some of these companies have stood the test of six and seven years experience and hva- BOt only fulfilled every promise but bavo grown so that the fieanci i backing is beyon- question as to strength looks to us as if the investment company has come to stay an the uptodate investor is getting in early and is doubling bti money white the old fashioned- and conservative sleep well Ov his uSual six per cent- S 5 Vqr ILLING The recent heav JL rains have bad the effect lifting a good many burden- onlyNot have the farmers minds been relieved about their crops aid stock but the town peopl who have been waiting for the waterworks and electric lig Iptatato be put In operation nay rest assured that they will toon be enjoying the benefits I those tnodyrn Iinprovemo5fits hldthe watei system is rapidly IndicajtlOnslikeHjug There is already enough water in the reservoir to enable the plants to start up and the ork of placing the pumps of the waterstation and dynamos r the elfictrict light plant will be pushed as rapilyrasl possible and both systems will doubtless be in operation before the new yl earLw 4 4 flONTEST ONjThe contest yl for the nominations for thE various offices on the Democrati- cticketis oh and cendIdites are coming out Th0 claims of the various ones are to be decided at primary to be held in February It is to be a house toiiouse canvass or what is known as a t1 walking primaryIt is the same method which has been adopted to decide between candidates for the past several elec onsiDOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something to relieve and cure ihe more severe and dan gtIto troubles What shall yon Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possi tLein either case tao the ONLY remedy that has been introduced IxNSiBlung troubles Boschees Ger manSyrup It not only heal and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but jdUyaJniiaimation caneesneasy expectoration gives a goocs nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom drugaslebyRaydon deepfclcan Nbeatic clean your blood and keep it clean by tirring vti the lazy liver and driving aa aa tobanllLcd that sickly bilious coznp1exio by takinc drac7ktaOld At1wenfy Miss Fanny OKe non daugh ter of Peter OKennon died at her fathers home in Motoaca near Fettersberg this morning Miss OKennon the doctors siy died of old age altbo it was in april that she celebrated her twentieth birthday Her case was remanrable She bad not grown in stature since she wa two years old and her faculties the time of her death were those of a child She was 2 feet 2 in ees tall and could only speak such words as she was able to articulate at thaT ag lot two SaHer case has attracted the at tentioa of physicans for some lirne Byto the Philadelphia North Amoncian t Many of your friendtf or people nthorn drconsumption or pneumonIa by neg i IFoleY1Honeypleasant cough medicine would have HaydonMeets His Fate Jack Barber colored was stab StirIndnItere got into a dis nda large gash in his bead 7iI a whereup on Brown says be had to use his errshome is at this place and he has figured frequently in the courts myDlofI tocClermontWedesdavnilth and placed Brown under arrest Recordl eshtddyIX3diilIgave was ofottleiJ Haydon Robertson IVAb fir Hl1 i I From Our Regular Cor eepdBiiWj f t Tobacco tripP1 M is tiII Fl U tapatIonofcalityat present One farloael of tobacco was shipped iroH aeaWilllamrrH coeadMr Tony Hundley bought of arvo Uheser tbree cares fb f10 per headhAndrew ORb bought from Mrs McNolty a farm for 300 W G Bobtett sold his Ho se and lot to frask Carney for UQQ Miss Mamie Reed spent 1 few days last week with Miss Miran d Tucker soToflwere over in Marion county Jlast week bird hunting Scffie CarneT was called home from Blandlnsyille Ill to thE bedside of his sister who is not expected to live Miss Miranda Tucker left Tte day for Bradfordsville Danville and other places Ir Central and North Eastern Ket tncky MrJamesEsien and a COUSIP from Lexington spenta few days last week with Ton y Handle ngfbeyJames More bought Jobi Snyders tobacco crop for 80in QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flowel still has ile llargest sale of any nedicint in the civilized world Your m pothersthought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness D fioctorsseldom heard of Appendicitis ervous Prostration of Heart ailure 0tc They used Angus FlowertOclean out the s stelIJj and stop fermentation of undi gested food regulate the action of I the Jiterstimul J the nrivous and organl9action of the 4tystemwhen feeling dull and bad will headaches andother aches Xou only needa few doses of Green t August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by Haydon Robertson JohrrH Mel nttre Dead DMrllived near Loretto died at home N Tovemberwas about sixty or sixtyfive y oearsp forecedingtlion he went to tt e election and returned in the afternoon When seen last he was waterin his h 4orse4 his absence caused alarm and a search began One of his neigb bors went to the barn loft and found him in a pileot shucks and tthought he was dead Calling in another neighbor who also thought him dead the two un dertopk to cirry the unfortunate man to the house After reach iing his home theold man gasped for breath Physicians were called in among whom was Dr Mclntire of Prederickstown his son The physicians worked ithfullvwith him and pUed all the knorrn remedies of their art to resuscitate him To some ex tent they succeeded but he never regained consciousness and died on Thursday Mr Mclntire was a prominent farmer and had de voted a great deal or his life to teaching He was upright in his dealings with his fellotr man and beld a supreme contempt for trickery of every sort His funeral took place at Smocks Chapel near Loretto His health bad not been good for many yearsLebanon Enterprise Mr Mclntire was a resident of this county and on election day was in Springfield and voted He was well kuown here having taken an interedt in poltics and was several times a candidate for offlie Eritler Mete Waader Editor W V Barry of Lex ington TenD inexploripgMam moth Oayei contracted aseyare lease of Piles His quick cure through using Bucklens Arnica Salvenvln ed piIIsI itll anotber worlds wonder Curee Piles la juries Icfiamnatlon and all Bod ily Eruptions Only 25 ceatc at Haydon Robertsons drugslprc i aJ McINTIi 11tna re ite tieyer contented for i Itweek ot aoagor everyone was complaining of the dry weahr- id now you see everyone1 going a TrosmlICIuut cf the r nbqt it asquite a welcomeviclto Martin O lBryaiperhundredrsold two steers to the same party Several changes have taken ichardlI GreenWelT and fattily hfemoved in with Joe Higdon also jMr BB Waters will look out for another locality as he has ld his farm to Chas Johnson and brother Mis Edd Ria well has returned bomeafterc pleasant visit tto relatives in Louisville Tbos McCullum SoWa btinch of mules to unknown parties at flOOperheadbMr Marion SimmS has his gristmill in operation Mr Jasv Fieldsl visited rela iives in Louisyllle short while 4omcei Mr Joseph Blandfordjof Daf v ies county is visiin relatives inthis se tion Mr Charlie Brengle claims tlo nave the largest beet tba grew this neighborhood It weighed sixteen pounds Miss Etta Hill b returned home after closing a very SUC cessful school in the northern artof the county Oie of the bandsomeoutrjhomes nished will be Mr George Burn of Hardins Creek It is aid to fee built in German style All rooms will be furnished with gas and water Mrs Ann Hills sale will take place Saturday December 1st It swillriniture and several good head of ock Several weddings will take place thisi week in the surround ing vicinity r Success to your paperIW ATYDAOflYg MAN OF G CjDj Character deliver and collect in Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house 9900 a year sure pay Honesty more LhlU1oxprJncorcqulred cityEenvelh h ope Manufacturers Third St Chicago o Warm FOP The Market The firm of RikerGoode up Jnrecat ten days ago opened up the turkeykilling buisness at this place anti prepared or the eastern market aboutt 5 000 pounds of turkeys But the continued warm spell andt i TREAOOY i ApersIst- ent cough is tat first a friend for it gives warn lngoftheapproacir deadly enemy Heed the warning before k is too late before ytur lungsbecome i flgmd before t k t I1 cOIIsuf1Itlon Yer IhomPeIorav yourlungs deepittdeadlyblow your cough today One dose brings reUe Afewdojsmakethecurecompte dhst Ibinreee I aet- r cokier your CheT IHteraI the best remedy tot cow anlt all throat iMyeflee4It1e N ltrpaHeErIaIV beaI tkN LUtUlfth1UcII Y 1 fJC =ePtVee1O- sss peIiIi wiNe tIcw- ezri TeEflN MYp1T5py- wHbogt cost A44retlc DL J AT JeweH1ItIN m1 rt 801tbttAipper Icerrt tele thisgr unfavQrablenerws Report on turkey outlook for chankstvingfavorable all markets being siahipperslly Continued warm spell com mencmg Saturday and confirm iibg up the ciuse beIoIsIin bad order add result m heavy losses to the shipper Harrods br Democrat MraTe Lipierera- Like Stanley aid Livingston found it harder to overcome Ma lana Fever and Ague and Ty phoid disease gersas thai savage haveIfound that Electric Bitters is a wonderlul cure for all malarial diseases If you have chills with fever aches in back of neck and ead and tire4 wornout feel- Ingl a trial will convince you of their merit W A Null of Webb 111rites My cbil dren suffered for more than a year with chills aid fever then two bottles pjf EIectric Bitters cured thenr Only roc Try byHaYdo 4 Lebaaon Lcals t FromThoFalconMr Gordon and Miss Virginia Isaacs were united in fmarriage aMiYJSICSMat Isaacs of riearTexas Inquiry has failed to reveal atsingle meeting held in the county precincts last Saturday rore the purpose of choosing a coin vitteeman for the coming four y eas The people ae very wel- latisfied with the committee afiti stands and as BO action W5Utaken last Saturday they hold over When you take into con siderationMarions increasedLa prniajoritybecomes apparent that better material could not be found to flfillIDelawareproved Order of Red Men alathis lac elected and Ctheir1 B9thIiShtjbeCLev IISig unior agamorei 0 G Kelly Jr Chief of RecordsA P Oar ter Keeper of Wampum Henry Hurpk y Collector of Wampum Mr Shobe tbeSacheai has beeza Graifd Chancellor Commandant of the K Ps for several terthsm The marriage ceremony unit ing Miss Teresa Lancaster at d Mr J Paul Thomas was cele brated atSr Augustines cburcbI in this city yesterday morning at 10 oclock The ceremony hons sisred of the usual marriage titoI ual of the church followed bfi i jNuptial Mass Very ReV J A1 Hogarty was the celebrant Tbiiusual I high class music furnished by St Augustines choir undeii the leadership of the Misses Bevil was a feature and augji mented with violin accompanii mentby Miss Jeanelte Hilppl the Angels aeaenade was exIquisitcly impressive anti ful Messrs Oscar Spald inland Alfred England Jr were th ushers Chas C Boldrick and S3IW J Spaldh g the attendants The pride wws becomingly attire4 in a traveling costaue lot blu0 i broad iotb It 14r Thomas is son of Mr4 ettieTbOmasvf this city His j bride is the daughter of Mr K mev jijt J W Bryan otl wieriu wrlte Ii liMy little boy wai very low wHa deotctrIweThere was aaaglcal andpsuIl Il thedeejkef as It Immediately stopped he racking eoagh and be quIckly re covered 5DT1eComplecU re Utlrpm DIUA BIiOnB LljypecteHe WANTEn jrrru twDtUI tltIimiiia n this state tn UIIlfCo ojwr business In tlwlr owff and isiriy eM ttI It J mainly olftca w6rlrconuuefcW gt bottle ilsrvstrilglit sIxyMrs4- expeNeIi4iflIti3 ClIIthlt tt9 10llI8 wUnry iniitIily tJ1 er t pJqtlNJ1J1J11rirc Utllliitt UtJ lt I4eso- rTTTIT0 qIi J GTIJf L r1 if iJJ tit r h Fl t f1fI t 1 I iH tF jr tI UWAjj aE r it trttIKJJJt Iron JBllHbetlilowi says RearEf Witee ymg tora94 Loa411leY i5of8I killedl riveater Vlltilo avirorte lr inex 41 farmer ef LaRac aty M a Mlebtt te tkiveiCy 4tfcioc this ening lit arose over soater family 4p rAtftVe mtnate before e booIigoccrreWiisc em te red the aeloonJ aad iiavrte Tlv titto fo acpovpftny 1iioJtS tfee ck doc4 whJefe Vittilw tit a they had some words tl era Litter they re eaterej the aeloe andmetiBya ifaeo re tr to Richard aBd Bet ad Vfttfk began q premaK1Jh rho demanded that Vittito rUwwn away frpei bis hoe i fMtit1 wher espo VittHo eyMi rslfac t ewil4i wii sUrtd 10 driw a chair to strike BellWI OL Wilson rew a Distal aad ber Kim firing Timie ottbe btlleta struck Tiltitooaetli the tbrotp 18la th Jrili 1ift Hlii the atoi lach Twaol the MU e bTntedfrom theijback Death win al most Init4utaneousSWilson was not In eoidfticfo to discus the affair after it ocL curred aid be prefertei sot tIgtye ott ny stMeeitstil h0 had recovered frt iW sfcock ft is repd rted that he safd that a man thai would protect Jaati lIf BO an maa at allMRichard Wilsoa is aaoir of Tamer H n50la neeiber of the touilvilli bar He stand wen in this cc mnanity which is sis ormer hi me His otfeee HOW lives here Vittito was regarded ac qaarrelstoeaei overbearii t JatQtberini er otBsfds1oitCy lWiiftolinnrzediatlys BdSP 1T7IrFIttIaei 41frerentaMull toIaa early Igrave AllsaWe had L ftal1 g trouble aa that Ii ugt s die BBC hewas urged to tryD Kings New Discoverjlorf don iiaiptjoii1 After takia vebott es he was ontirelycvrwl t is p sitively guaranteed io cure all iseaseso Tbroat Ohett nd Lu igt including Coughs lds IM Grippe Paeusonia ronchi sAsthl aHa Fever rou Whooping Couga 50c a nd 1X Trial bqttee free at Hay on Robertsons1 dtug tore anjes fliindLbTQeTayldr Cou Baqalrer one of Dampbellsyillea bright nd si fey little flew papwSI heretofc re under the ataMge ont 4 Garnett Craves hac cfiangec bands and BafIMatthei sf formerly coafpofitor I on the Enterprise kt mow tHJ editor acd publfsher ReIn J writes nice aei bsio Hhllk e salutaUryta oBg other Sktags j saying 1Boilng to the piblic something new isoorjlul of tb sin u1tsirbut a geaerallv custom ry ia liking charge of newspa aers the geaerow pvbHc must rin led beer ntt Tke new e iitor declares the paper will cp itinne to be Deatocrattcs t o tLie4ore Mr Matthews MM all rou iitnewspper Mi and jjre wish im abundaat aicQeea Lebam a JBnerprl8e i 4lIMwit asic appealetes bearS ioelasdhi eaSy pf jJieJa bd U 4youStager F ano on wW ppr ci Mt NacltJjk hlclieL ies bes ttHIata Ib cun ef t4 Jiebrated SUierPM 011 be betIe1Ite11 is e4 iiI durabliitk r1fpikeferhdmIeEitberoeskivsP11k d er i0Tt erw nt iasg UIi rgeii5b wse 1a jmreiMNn wlttW li JIM iWe 1 ir4ss ferMl dseetlhssMaIa 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IciyitwVwMIDtbe foltojr mf brei but patriotic conTerf ia tipq topic placI Gea Lee I fwffkHtHj Use opposite side frMIt drig Lbs civil war JIO said GO4eeextend tbesbn4kIeAOjbyTbtfrf are thiagseiiatwre in Kemlfieij that are of vallue Not f rjtfeijag piVortb here goes a ro fe ike laiyrlmtbian coils of ttkilWffiftrj W IS CajIet of tSSl fCUI4 two t jr in Qichriy1tbat he estmates are ttffc abojil7OQ each Casio 5iai 1111 tbmwith oberr- ofilaorvaluebsbasi found in NewYork I All t gatewaysj lq fame and fcMLsae araetcIo4dT1leNed t4Yoc c World 1 flibiitft P lfl1i anws Pp4r BM with a modest salary twe tT xears agor died yoqng o4 ja paa3 viBj5 an estate J yaljwdat abpnt I400QOO There 4scestUlsbaa Topportnnities for j Jbr t9IloJeuJo go bead and lR2P1 11bS cQunLry Meflsiye toe credit for genius 411 the gcuus lI naveiiejust jD bettisWflnow 8tuA l itprqCpundly dllVJ ji 1uIh It is before me I c P1ptitklll sriD SJDY j iiBdi Hscomes1 pervaded with Ut The4 the effort Ijnake She pea haI1jftoiaL It isi tb fruit of labor id thotaghtA1exaUer am 1 qrti 1 arSer t JOidetssy or Kentuckians thattbre are two things a Ken t eklan neveriiaw Mamoth Cave plrI NEP joyed the beauties of au xratoa5ofte AJamoth Gave tip to Tuesday had never a jHiiie that as not able to kIck TOO from head to foot wtii the j reatect apiittandI j i the iu1says Dan TSro rnej 6ttbi8Woodford s Jl1 jlfwii caboweverJ awlff that died from EaturJi caJ andr according to tbe dM of people in other states oai ftOoDjcer claica tne liFtinG iiMW of beiQJri a irucBlue Kentuck WItil 1 I p I It sync mans the dreadfulJ 1vMassitia thought to beIiPtFie 6411Ino 0t stoppedi4ii hIe i you dpnt know youve gpt tudS f believe itoii arni hlotcdi ylSsHH t pi attendJttiMfcI J itpjtWiCk yQt1 can do ityour 3lklithoniei Lt r= Emn tiSt VI CLtri1aiid JveCareJ z way Tir5 lourid doctrinep fwhatiersioi i may thinkoi 1etoldaz4 ifwilgve1ife tl MntI for wlU r HI Newverk Ill t ti Itt1+1JT T Sd TJ pa Y r iflIal1oIv bSs fl y LtJ jaw IyL a 5tw W 4 IOtj w r IIIPIslrtwIS o lA lmUat ftieTdRgu1- ajromsgeMCkerti fteMandRe3t nei4Mr ftOtMilerLNOxX NOTIUCOTICamifrSWtW JWN rijj 1 biooeua ti ur Wermi CosioFsverih ncis MIl Loa OF SLZUal he sM1 S6oU NEW roRK l 3 r PfWRAPPER A FAMblJS CJLAIRVQYANT A Wemu Wk Xakep R Bvilaeia SI FaretelllMK the Fate afKIaga IE Paris they cairMme cfe Tbebef clairvoyant of rbyalty bls wofflaa cJtafme to have foretold the exa1atoof plaster casts of tbe Mags hIfl4tta tb violent death wktd came to Humbert of Italy Mereover be declares that ta Crtspl the Itallaa premier she gave advance a Ucr of the lenrlble dlsaatet to the Italtaa troops Jn AbyBsInla To a Paris pepei of several yearsctgo- esh points for confirmation of her MMB DBTHEBES statement that she propbosled the war tiVn Chlnn and the powers It II easy to make claims Mme 6 tbebjes also finds it profitable Her waitIngclIentsWilliam of Gerninny and Nicholas of Russia pre amon tbe mighty poten tates whose bands she declares she s reid Window Plant When selecting your talents for the window garden you must take Into consideration tIle light heating and ventilation of thai room in which they e to spend therwiuter for all thestf help to make your work a success or a failure There are plants that will thrive under one let of conditions which would die under another but have yet to see the window where ants cC some sort might not be rais ed When one can go direetto a florists ld explain the conditions the matt Is easily settled When that Is not pos slble one must learn by reading and experience The otabelte orange Is easily grown and Is mostl Interesting When but a few inches high one may eee oranges blossoms and buds on the same plant 1 lidve seen one seven iInches In clrcumfere44e upon wblch tbe ripe fruit kung fork year Dwnrl nnas are also gulte easily grow nod give a tropical effect to tbe room that Is most cheerIng in cbld weather N B ala Housekeeper Lord nnd Lady IlopetoanlWhen in Melbourne Lord and Lady Hopetoun gained a great popularity Tfacy entertained lavishly and were ttlf of young llife and spirits Their doings werp the talk of every one tba tnenngerlo of animals they kept the original parties they dave and the pre turesque attire Which they made their tableII jpranks but their pranks were always Innocent ones and they enjoyed them together like Children In appearance Lady HopetouD Is particularly as tractive her face bat gained In soft gentle expression and her carriage is full of dignity Lilic her bnsband be bas a real love for animals and keeps a good Biany pets at Hopetoun House Of Shetland ponies she particularly feed add enjoys driving her pair ror- mJes over her estate The countess as many accomplishments but drlv log ia her lavorite hobby A Word Aftoat Glycerla Since so many people use pure glycrr forthrskln a word of cmtlloDMerps gISitrritomil1nl1j fj NnlJ tJtcItjat fl1ItIs1S a strong aitinlty for watir and thatrlt absorbs nil the uolstirp Ironv tli 5tJf face which It touclicg thus dryIng tyj nnd parching the nerves Iguonust of this fact nurses and niothersliavc np piled pure glycerin p the chafed skin painrbeglyeerJ1t mixed wltli aii equal balk of water tofbeprodllCltBlarriffit TktvIly alBtalp the part ka l1ldhiCthetKllIC1 r Jfl CASTORIA roc Infants and Children The Kind You Have 4 Always Bought Bears the I Signature f In itP he- Lr For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA A WOMfl filee Tells its own storv K laugh is often lit on wemanslipe Jtbeliea tbe which iis tearing at th n ITCSBut the eyes Pate no put in the laugh Their purple rings speak of soffcrinp There oulypaInlyWardmonth Three months of each year given up tosufFering Itweakens axt it ages them It robs them of social p1e1Sur Sand family joys Can there be for such ptiyIt has cured thousands of such sufferers Cjar d them perfectly and permanently ryhundredIPs sure to help ltsahncist sure to cure I had failing of internal organs and had to moroUllyperiods orhnlveorCoolsprlnganyhinardlyGoldro Medical Discovery1 cured ract SenseMedical bouudbotJkOtJlySendDr L V PitaBufialo NY AN OLD TIME FEAST THE FIRST THANKSGIVING IN PLVM OUTH COLONY IlIInaDrneICVlaUll1With with ninny hues a canopy of whtt drifting sky with here anti t1llirIn bright blue spot Lrlng to jht mlhd tin Idea of the Oay and the surrounding amid which our brave Plymouth KijOJ founded our day of Tlianksglvlug- Uefore the SUUIUUT tresspK of trers phaveiuiu Buiiiufr woods two snowy tables are eprcad At the left lla a log house with one Irtrgq chhuney frotu which j Qjtnn women are hurrying In and out preparing for the fiast it a llttlo distance tJll govepior older anti cap thin of the colony are casorly talking Land tBliort lutorvnla peering Intothe surruuudlnc woods In anticipation cf the arrival of Mnssasoit aqd bit brave Hero also Irf John Alden that fair Saxon Ktrlpllng who peer fng through till 8iindovH p the forest boHghs ftIa at distance still n tbin Lirk line which growing each niauicni more certnln In oullluc tells of the approach of the Indian war 1riorscalisjtretliyAlmost wlthjn Jipiaklug dlstaireT captain nnd with thlri reply John den fiityrs the kljrlicn Good day Joifu Ajdcn pays a frrsb ron s Voloo and ho looking eagerly in tho dlrottlon frvniwTilcli It sees u diurjureall Kiiilllnp u Kit bajapiaiess IMif not well tlmt yv mire such a fall day rrlscllln further nRkR bcom the mantle of dllitlIr hutf ulto loft him AtItIR itioiliint tin JiMlliiiiK headed by Massnsolt ontoroil tho clear r I jug ajul woro givftitl by tho irovonirir Wolconio rlenUs wclcomcr h said In a hearty jovial voice and led them directly to the tnhle InIthose gucxts t ra friendly enl jcnr8taHlcoujbliied with this plan Ap hnrvsj jtenst Delicate appetites were Itlu ihose tinios rathoj a dofict thou a grrifp and itoRpltallry consisted In pro tilling great quimtltUo and uioily va etlcs of food Itoallzliig this fact the good wotiiiii of Ilymoutuh had jircpar etl accordingly The harvest hail boon abundant and the result wasifgdoiljy feast Plenty of dishes of pewter and Woodj lined the table and by vach lay a napkin mId aiwwiii but nutiliur knives nor forks for these were Regarded as luuryMassasoit ehdernfRJwblletie taoleVWhat the cmfits Clowder anctilnotoa ni j r yr rttN Ty LrlentY KimcntM iiy n tul htv ot Buccotapli that vdntpouml of drloi beans bnlloil cons xnltitl h tJorkQiid chlckiu nu rlt inod the fhnrtir dish ofllyhouth tiun esuwwlld fowl dresKtil In vnrlous a great howl of1Aiaifot jPrlscHlaH cotiiitoxitLun nnilAg at lasfevarors sweet hinU dollw elouaIfiairialid tfow strangely bnAfterbTessIug aHLbegan the beautiful sight The shone on idithe women 7itrtwnsmthe cpokrootuiadea with the Puritan elders pltallty the Indians friends JBt i1tbcs thelsoilthelt i that first Thanksgiving day jmd this Thnnksglvlfag day wef igsl again those brave andl110yal hearted men Intbe dusk of that primeval forest bidding good night itb their sworn allies Mat sasolt and ibis followers We follow them Until thcy pass through the woods and fade from sight amid the distant e hills Li s Again In retrospection tbe faces of those serene and glorious men and wo men appear to us In nil their simple grandeur Notwithstanding the suffer Ings that they eiperionced the precod I Ing winter these founders of our eve r growing law chose a day which was filled with thanksgiving to God for hat- Ing brQughtthem through the shadows to this bright harvest day TIinnkfiKlitliln Am Crecpln Ronn In de fallof df cir de Irabcsturn brawnadrap turn de trrct till dry tInt up de greennde ripe XTdmrniint come apatterin roe hilL burn an It looks like aaTbanks day will be on you Iho wake up nfprah etFoutL 70 beds Daht TJianksslbblpfur deep buds Co noceln roun an ef you turkey gobbler Inalroe 3ft praise de in no frar Hiankiglbbln day am drawln ncah r i Ef s white man thinks to hab sam run you iees aluadlq up big shotgun stay awake nlccabwbcn yo days wotka done ray ditt turkey wid all yo might by aroun tllfa rainy night arlcy df mavrnn hit gltt light Jcs LoUt dat de togAnDean hc afrafJ bul lirariu rain JEleys Tnlulity iketrc an bard to 6n ofTlianksgtbbflPhlladclplila rtlbf woniepl What was formerly the aru le hns new become the exception In the old tlinesvtbcrc Ware disturb nnccsln almost every cltyj At tbla election tjjcre was a disturbance ill o winlyj hoaggravatingcuaivjed that any woman took part it t ThhInLetttisth taathundredwomenelection day vliltt all the men behov ed In a perfectly orderly way Won the bad behavior of ttc women bave b rocel nato yoto The Herald would hardly sr Ijly so It Iftn poor rule that will aotwwork boniWn8 A S nll1 Wb a HclansUarrlca Str nrrc Tt orT A very strange theory proppundcd in Ir J M Karrles new play It Isl cnc of whlchthose who hold the rJsltts of women to be sacred will rightiy dls opiirovci and assuredly the ttlnllcu cf Justicedo not stem to be very verillrI tlt19uCdrntpoUldJ he lias set forth is not mervly made for the stage but Is one of Iyeryday ilfe nml as nucb vyt are JiHlatj to uc c theptIp nouutletlEtaneoB Woman it need nut to be lly taid Is always forgiving and geaat5roi t raoSlplnyhnlttcntol difltuhilit tuvoinnIlf cf n pine situ innocent girl must be cloiulod tbIIJeott4l oihtr woman must he wrecked Itrcnusi If Ither rb thtttl1ll1tOIClglo h RCt whoIIUIunislittient wbul lugrepirfwt a nt asked to iHlieve thnn Iaslu nnLredrents AghJnHIt ttssuggrstetin Uib production that a woturu lntl fnr bit r marry n mkt than clI ltIi11IntltlthoAn and Indeed till cbttrncicr throygb whom thin theory Is propouliihd Is bl even uindtf to sny ttbaj rather tbab loce t uJolf of wjfehood jliul nihtcralty a woman shoiiht close her eyes Jo tba fact tjiat her loverS has wrecked nn other woman honor and innybe broken her heart Surely It la uu te jjUt to tile nobl Imnd ohnplURturs to accept such A theory as It Isvdcgindlng in to the lionoralile crtate of inntrluiony Jt Philadelphia Ledger Is1gJEerybecti11fftJ FAt Sayrcd tJet hhi It1lfJl1kd liy a1 tIfattO4 for n Thnnksgte1ngdlnuer t nie n dish fci nil the greedy UlQUtb3 itt could afrordto get a slice of him flir said the eagleranj theklngcf Alieghnlegretdy nppetlte of your mastersi Ynm all vrool nnd a yard wide Im tile groat Apicrl njh eagle Whpop iai Ah laid the turkey benignly as Bb cast a pltylh flook upon hls proud afid tcomful crrtlccljyou are not civilized yer Tind so jo dont know What you arQ talking about You are as wild and Untutored ad Indlant anfjytjic him must tCheI111lngl t and exlstencelwmlat my feet tjmn lean swallow Then again poor dev l you have to etnnnyIntbewarm and comfortable lodging prcrrid 1Itrutl mymnsterlIkes icedomtnmybrlTcn llttoo turkey to know wilhts what iI dont want to he any emblpm 1J1ltlfesh9rttltel want no more sincere resppct tban Is shown to me when am well cooked nd dished up for a Thanksgiving din cr What could be fmoreglorlous deed than to die as the apotheosis of great nations frratltudei Go to your oyrle old eagle for I art the greater bird of the two Yes when yoU are fatted up to eat replied eagle sarcastically by way Jptoblsl over the barn to escape bullejt from the farmers rlflcrWaBhlngton Post THANKSGIVING TURKEY Dollclona Way to Prepare It Dolled and ked ISelect n plump hen turkey weighing1 10 or 12 pounds Singe draw ax wash Jt Prepare the following dress Ing Put Into a jxwl one quart of grot ed stale bread and a cui of cream or milk Add to thlRn toaspoonfu vt chopped parslcy n half teaspoonful pepper lool tablespobnfnl of sa two toaspooufuls of finely chopin di on ions four tabieppoonfuls of butter nUll two vOlI bciitet eggs 311t well ether and udd a pinto whole oysi ters Stuft tifw crop hndljody of ttur key but not too solidly Slake a paste Hour andwater of n consrtcney rol out easily Kpli out mid a go sijuiil shoot take turkey that been atufTei nnU wolj tied lUtoi shape and co oT it with this paste and then sew Into a cliresoclolh Put tills into a kottle just cover th water anti smother It tor t urpot allowing Itt come to the Ijoll Do this Inthrl1 momnlr- en set It off the stove and leave the water until cutlrely cold Tit ke the turkey our cf Its blanket gonily nib jiaste off and rub the 1IllllNtndi11rItPr 11Tlluast for nhoutlh houis or until It Is rlllIttender lhro1lihnltp c6qtlniial A wlueglatt ofwlno added to the tter In wblyblt Is baked gives a dev ious fiavor Old Time ThankuclTlns Dinner A Thanksgiving dinner foncl yi or JrrolnhllhyhnfUoiisi urkoy whit rJoh gnvyy bitsnncs icia lehemi jilo rold roast pig nash ptitrtow and turnips boiled onlous craulwrry sauce pumpkin ploj ml1 pie l lUk1 Iiullnn pudding elder nlllll t4e Foaiotimos royjjtors jrqiihi h i tlJIeIIDhrlornot easy to procure and U IsI etiue with cvlery It was not ati pun1 thing for tilt boys of the faniA to travel 25 miles to procuii colory for the Thanksgiving dinner Nuts isins and fruit were goiiorally ro rved for the ovonlng Mho uulhl ners concerning thetusolvcn ror tho oat nnrt with till mnii substaut rkey and llxluV no termed TlinBlfngrvlnff In Oar Jxlnodi Thanksgiving day utulun the genial lufluonco of ihi Amorlean Hag will Lt Lhratod In many different tlogrevrt iltiatle and longitude this ytOjik Url hfCuliacthrJny will lit nustrv wlthjho fullest honorS JjiRt ilar tlKro was n dearth of tur keys In our now jinsswwt nsbnt ar Iftivo been mnth tto avoid suchn dearth this year fnr nf po e and iafco eunRljminonts pf tliom have bwn Rhlppod to Manila and Cuba rOlhlltr with roast turkey JRoll tho glhletR untljJ iadei Chop thoin but tint vay fln Add n tnblo noonfHl of flour to the panj which the tmtrkoywas roasted tfbrown stirring constantly Athe aly a cupful of Water in which bleili wore boiled Season wIth nd pepper Strain and add the ed giblets Sorvcir i 1I1Ccboatf K K K K NervousWeak Men a ThOtlSttcla eremnatirafraLaeoIMstira5pMUtllIIeMtseneaeyrsasMrinr and aiaabeadetcur1 MEtt LiFE BLOOD emnlaIoaiatnlghtoraecetdmainathrougb marnedyoatbsataralpelttmilyfiireioi4No Name Ua4 Without Written CssstafroxTjlniaOi7JZwubeeOt thocountleasvjctjrnsof early ylcoatlsycarsofage IWa drains on mysystem were weakening braIn 8YIItemdoctorse1ectrlcbchaonocnre4 I was gMttg up la despair In fad contemplating aulclJo when a friend ad YietIe aa a last rwort to gin the New r f etbod Treatment of Dr K K a fair trial Wltho t confidence I contented and fa curedeees r keartlly reconiaead K IXi to ay afflicted JoftTEeetM feflowen Altar Tnatamt srwe treat ae4 craaricocMeIEe4ona Nervo s Debility mlaalWeakae blJdiWNOawAkiacseatCO0 No names on boxes or eareJOpes EvarytaUw coaaVJsatlftJ tbe MUMiUs aa4cotoftreatateftIK STREETUOtj CINCINNATI UfIOJe s J i qwLTjILIIiIiI iSrS DYPKL4JLri uuniaJ Cro gDgoBII 7 I W1TIiTIEEM t i TheMan dies the Policy ispaidj vv i i1Cjj1f jUWrrFIQ SmI4t Stt i 1 I fieee9tw J referThePoLicydtestheManjspai1t t i 1 u i Over tl2 0 6000i fBtsinOver 370000 Paid in Li l ver2000oi Re rve nlIurnlu8 The iJoWi taken J51 pgshowshave Invested withus A threttMrs Mary White Lexington atjando eeUeAi TR3C1KU 0 L Gartbti Georgetown Ky f r nJWJ 10 Jr b H Stevenson Chicago abr4jj55lOO4 aNpt13 Oi MetlQf Armstong LexingtonKy ot J19 t g 7I J H NeIinsiAdmstatorxo Lcii ITNewpor News ImThe bf1st posible means fOt tim accumnuIaj JPfl i 5ZZ000 If1ftmpnth upwards b ntomoutJiy e 1111 earuinga1 re u ls tP r V i f I lov Promotes Ecfbnofiiy G air SS etf 1 Insures Big Ei tqr iJ dffP i t f Send fo buokiots h9ylqg resuItatamne b uie atGeneraljiAN1r and tJentral t1lliget G AUSTIN Gen Agent J9h w McELROY Special AgentG Z tJ J SpringfieldKy r i tSa tYffOT aWfn tahltiJ iiiillslitto p littio TTcbdqIiNKaGIvINc IhlY JI crWE ONItr oFREJQqlNGis ijii rf Our Festival at the iBKalherl ithe F altr nn Irnltatloatbft Ie I cnst otTqliPtrpacleii n t qfOoIBounty anal nemembcr tc fgdbQISonlidaisthe luerclcs which bave I oh1 l CItenJorohne Ueen mate in our belinlf the bounties wblpk have been iestpwcd c1cr1tJnlnto Or ltb ttTbu etnblj8iiuciit of ji day ofL Iitheythctnrb gctUept New Englai in imtntlpn of the fearst of tnbprnaclcs I held by tile Jewish nation Itffrtsn t tlaudt jitt t tr imir religions ii uniinrui whiChh wv y ot11thli B1fU tblOwn1i= which early nssccintSous weave about cur rornicr frlcbrntfoii cfUtr1tb the Itcclkrtlol1iO filuwiit frlcnda wliq urIfanillfiw the merry laugh of HiUdntn nitevvut ns httlay cf sacred ia4ueJa Jn j It811onid lJu 7ImeniIsthe time htlcNxttfw sfgb ofv orni siaauJIht hushed and the tear of gr 1lrcstpiI ed wlitli full nIIIi given toJnIt tb klndltiT ouiotloas of oar rut ur YLd lift cro rtl Iutoits Dying hours tlJlI n alttulIl11orlR of the pmat tlmetx l111ucss of ieeut anti ithP fain iprosiccts of lIe future nod uiake It o dayLetOBWP can aiday prntfful rijolclngudi willie Jiartflke fiwlyof tilt bou of Uie nr give loose win tp tVe sUN trm ij iiaiiitcs of humanity andUltxpvnse tii allmral liniul nud a beuvoiuntspt- to httj tiiose tthat have umi so that t tCVQlI tlnipj bouoml ciwtoirf of taJhf J fi15ct1trrIctj tin rnvect und send portions to bern 0Cor wboin nothing Js prepared The Llead of tiii valiiiJy 1 Ii ThtnUslvltij c It hrre oi Klijnni and good rbeer CAnd 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9w rLAiiDLJ I4ITO 1 TMtT- 4 rf 1ytI 1 j isit aek1wp tr 4 8WOHGfiLt KT 1 t Alf Dpi Wtck Strictly FlrH ifatt ttIi J rT dJOL L OKSSELL Pftt o f McrM I pJsLYLoPMc i CFF1CB AT Z3DENOL r7 HUBEpt H H0RD 1 PJttIST Tif ftOII1M1tCdJ t r I r 3iJJ d DR J I FTON ct n t rtbijfI hi Oyr D11S4SOCIJ eIKGFILD xy- a10PFICmDr Rtnh4rtR forJ sr 0u1 over H it i r1kl1r obuts12toal l DRbETIsTr I p y ath azbag1 J z j t 1 EiDt1P Yi j2 j rw g LAYROOKE tforJlr at Law i i11 f SpSflt ii the cel 0 ri1a1iOKq J J 11 lJ ItINGptltD Y v WBRINEHART iATTORN6YT lAW ii 4 0 TeePee k i 8PRIKOPIEU KY Tansfer LI Wagoll RUN Itt tl SE CLEMENTS UpdeiI rat Cotton taLkfflg aldFanntare Sorw Sde4re tS aofy the tb14c that I a prepreawdo all ka6 of ha11n- g8pca1aenUon given to delivering trnnk vl o1dgOOd Ta k MKo J7 orleave orders litf g L CLEMENTS I r d eBtuc J Bursaries e tfOf Diiive been trans ferred iar Loa TUl om Bards iow plks where thir increasing bMfteee oabe curried om with mvck moras Vtcilities being better every way All teicowmmHtertiom should be ad drsid toj I Booai GARDINER Mgr Ktatiekf Nimexf Co vr LouisVille Ky 1 1ti ea I sei rr tlte Kwek ice Hwtler whet afli headache to eet Ye will severget well until itJKib9WeM ere ptrfght CASCAItET- Si TP1 are cute ytt without a gripe or or1pMH nmdMM RAr aatural move 1J1nt et yOH jtcet 10 ebUta to start gtngyour hetlth back CASCARBTS tJcndyCatUartlc t1teIfI nulB put up in 4etLseze every tabtel isM C c C 7tweHlt Berriire of ImiUJIoQS 4idIlRl Notice All persons having claims jijaUt tfce estate of Mary A povtU dece sedj are hereby notiled to preeent the Ii etof Kpcof riy proven and lha sawtt wm tbe settled Persons r j udttea to the eetate are alscL t notiied ta co e forward setile SGMAYlii Ad tehtrMor f iw Ita a wiirs t lire it Yotl drfU I4Ia1 tatteteeat ydctiit flt a aHtHIRt r mikeetioi try WtItM er tJJ Isd ayj ho rti i4 bt way for yftrs till lie MmMMei ieIs f Kedol Dyp la Curs ad Ieevs tythlftl Hlte 1wMtH41apiti 057 ih iCed nTllftnIII fttre wilt ss what Jim tiM UnycIut tt Vir 4t are 54S to pMsJiWe 8 dflfQet r SUII PsTerUy wl11i clvo aMutetaiia a1rki eel4 K J11ta a AM ey tsc k ps sfldy e slim rst ehsm aid lsnas eitti- 1Jp pri Uy does nMiifI- IiMrmUM CkiWrwi love it and 4ld Pku Jir nlst ernJ r r fH4 K 1iIIi ruTTOWNs IIIIi fltt JtiJt JtJJ The UjtwsLicADBR from now uitilJiuary 11X 2 for 100 Rey Si H Bennett of Ala baa llLjne4 ii t the Baptist Church exti 6n4sy Siurd 3r n fit Alt Taylor patthe Opera H01l1H1n his famons JMc ture Poetry ft 1Pe sJMr LouU Rogers who Isj Wtolfag borses lit this place oM a h nd o Le pair pf sorrell ji geldingsl Monday for 1250 Hhere will be Thanksgiving services at the Methodist church today at 11 oceck Rev R EsC Lawson will preach the ser Ol Attention is called to tbe ad 1 Vertisemeni on second page of theJjSpitbern Mutual Investment I Co JlJ Whit McElroy of Leba fj1ts ajjent for Washington county tpdjie is doing a good business among the people lierell Roil Alt Taylor whoappearsf at the Opera SaturdayL night December 1st is liohe as in orator andlecturer He should and doubtless will draw a crowded house a Strayed frommy farm jibout tern days a 010 hogs red awl spotted weighing about 125 pounds Any information lead iagr to their recovery will be liberally rewarded or 10 rewar d for recovery T J HORD LOST Two long yearliqg steers red with some white on Strayed from my plR cenerJJBeechland Reward for any in fo mat on loading to their rgcov ery v r WP MERRITT The Harding and Miller Music Go of Indianaplis haa opened a branch establUhment at this olace Mr AJP Moulden c has charge of headquarters store of Mayes and Simms See advor uselnentaRev C H Prather pastor Of J l1J Methodist Ghurcn ill preach on Tlfe Mbirtality and Inimortality of Man Hunday at 11 am At 7 plDMr rather will pre ch on Bridjng thtiTogue Your piesenbi is qordiaUy solioited In this issue appears the formal announcement df JohnR Smith who is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Jailer subject to the Democratic primary Ui February rrc Smith has served the people ina the capacity of jailer for several yearand stands for reelection on a recordagainst which there can be no just cause for complaint I Mr Smith has alageI acquaintance and a host of friends throughput the county who assure him they will rally t Kis swppdrtlnIfs race for the 1nomInationr Mr GA Dpboney of the n BeechlaQd neighborhood baslae lotjof feeding cattle which he l recently bo gbtia Lquisville A among which a disease has bro ken out that has resulted so far in sixd Lt1iMr Dobonev sent fOtAwho came out Tuesday and after fian1troubletocattle were bought at the Bour bon Stock yards of Louisville and the commision people thersay that they came from Tenn e see The desease is caused by ticks and is infectious Cold weather it is said however effectlIl ualy stops its spread and consequently l beeis no fear of an epademic among the cattle orI the neighborhood The Mison Stock Couf Lou isvilla composed of young ppo pie members of a dramatic club plaved at the Opera House last Thursday Evening to a fairsiz d aidience A Rival by Request a comedy abounding in funny situations and affording plenty opportunity for acting The performance on the whole was quite pleasing and while the play dragged a little at times OWl ilK probably to the fact that some were not entirely familiar with their parts yet the au dience seemed to appreciatant honest effort T club s composed of some clever u4 tHHSant young pebple and 4nife a mumber of JNwnibera of who were not in the ItbeC1ub thejn out M- r1Dasonwbo is a famiprofess 1Itt gave some ackfaceI- e speeiaUief between ike acts that Hwas not really bed- idveet I TM BoweW With Csue ret foreverQcnc The Williams Lyceum Comedy Co showing at the Opera House is delighting the audien ces which have gatheied there nightly The company contains some clever people and the singing dancing and other specialties given each night are features An entire changeof program is given at every per formance and the plays aro all good The company travels in its own special car and every theYjhavej comedians and the dancing atd singing is of a high order A1 special Thanksgiving matinEe will be given this afternoon acd performances on tonight and Friday night With the low prices 3020 and 10 cents the show deserves packed houses af each performance HonJohn W Lewis returned last week Eronl Greensburg he had been to attend the eraj of his brother Henry E wis an account of whose death we published last week It seems that in the press notices of the sudden death of Mr Lewis t Vanceburg the impression was made That there was some thing mysteriouc about it but further particulars indicate tbatI death was due to perfectly natura causes The deceased had complained of being ill be fore he retired that evening and had a friend toocbupy the room with him During the niht Mr Lewis became so restless that is friend gave him a dose of bromide of potassium After that he apparently rested easy but in the morning he vas found to bq in an uncdnscijous condition and physicians were summoped but were ujnable to arouse the patient who diedinnshort while The coroner and physi ian agreed that death was due to appoplexy The deceased was well and favorably known this place CourfDay4 r tfiJDtoing to theiyeryjdisagreeble weather the crowd iniown on Monday Just was small There was a good deal of stock on the market but buyers were scarce and prices ruled low Col R E Wbayne the hustling auctioneer reports the following sales Seven short yearling steers at 2410 per head one cow and calf 2850 three yearling steers at 1705 one dry cow 19 50 ne milch cow 2540 two calves t 1005 each one fat cpW sow 850onejennet Death of Marion Brady Mr Marion Brady an old and highly respected citizen of the county whose home was in the Texas neighborhood died oh last Thursday morning ateralong illness of cancer of the stomacn The deceased was about 64 years f rage and leaves a wife and eightchildren Below we pub lish a tribute passed by the G R post which gives some particulars of his life TRIBUTE OF RESPECT At a regular meeting of Grand rmy Post No215eof Spring eld Kentucky November 26 000 the de ih of Comrade Ma rion Brady f being suggested a committed was appointed who reported thj ollpwiug tribute espect toXhis memory wli id was unanimously adopted Whereas We have learned with sorrow the dentho10ur Late Comrade Marion Brady late of dompany A 5th Ky humIof Divine Providence we regret and mourn his death obeying the divine injuncton to rejoice with those wbo rejoice andweep with thosewho weep Our Comrade Marion Brady was born in Washington county Ky1 in November 1886 where be lived until September 1861 when he enlisted in tbe Federal army Soon after his enlistment he was appointed Orderly Sr geant of Company A 5th Ky Oavalry which position beheld with credit to himself and perfect satisfaction to the officers and soldiers with whom he served until June 1862 at which time Iin a fight between the 5ch XY Federal cavalry and the 2d Ky Confederate cavalry he with many others was badly wounded and his comrades feared at the time that be was mortally wounded as two shots enteredI b ss1de not more that four inches apirt and the Surgeons were nuverable to locate them trom which wound he never en tirelyniecovered by reason ol IT1Nv saUl wound lii was some tfne n1ter ttt harg d from the army rdivc believe saId wrutds shor ened his tire OUiC inrnde Mtritn ratl y Ift be ii aljilt time of his death a devtdnna consistent member of the Baptlist Church for mre than 25year proving by his works to 1m ve been a faithful soldier of his country and a faithful soldier of the cross He was a kind father and auvc ionajte husbiud and came as near as any mUll to obeying the in junciipn love thy neighbor as thyseiVy We now as members of Grand Army Pot No 215 of which he was a member tender this tribute respect and sympathy to his be reaved family and friendsfjj hoping that they and we finally meet cmaat eternal shore where weeping and sorrow is no mores where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest Submitted most respectfully THOMAS HIGKEY S F TURNER JL WHARTON Committee 1 NoticerAll bird hunters found on my farm are hereby notified that they will be prosecuted for trespass according to law- W P HAYS Farm for Sale Ihave 1 good latin consisting of about 107 acres situated on Mackville and Springfield pike 2 miles from Mac viHe that 1 will sell privately PORTER HILI 3t Feuwicki Ky HILLSBORO BtFrom our Regular Corespendent Miss Matlie Mclivpy has re turned home after av pleasant visit with friends At Fairview Mr Henry Settles made a fly ing trip to Simms Monday Miss Mary Whitehouse has re turned to her home at Pleasant Valley after a iwo weeks visit with the family of hor uncl Thomas Suthprlandi Don t sigh so bard George SQO jvill ceme jiV1 again frMiss Pearl Williams Jisfable to be out again after a few days sickness Messrs George arid Sam ShewmaKer have returned home Illinois where they have beep for several months i Little Goebel Settles is sick with dyphtheria The Baptists began a series of meetings at this place Sunday night They will be conducted by Revs Campbell and Haichett Mr Thomas Kelly visited his son Will at Bardstown last week- Miss Maggie SbeWmaker spent several days last Week with her mother Mrs Sutton at Brooks villaevW Ezra Sutherland was thrown feom his horse here last week receiving several bruises Miss Rose Kelly has returned borne after a pleasant visit with Mfrtfe Smith at Texas Miss Mary Qlark spent Friday with MrsSquire Baker tt PajisSettli midst Sunday Berry Crouch of Harrodsburg is spending Thanksgiving with the family of JobpLeac man Mrs Julia Ldacbman is con fined to her rooni with a very sore thi oat The public school here taught by Rev W Ezra Sutherland will close a successful session Friday week with the following pro grammeentucky Belle by Miss Lizzie William lLfps that touch liquor must never toucb mine by Miss Bertha Leacht man address by John Sutton Only a Boy by Hugh Leach IINo Mother Now b 11MissrbyTown Girls by Sammie Crook urfow m stnot Ring to night by Miss Pearl Williams address by Trustee Solo by ltte Shewmaker choir music by the Woel String Bandy closing ad4l dross by Teacher RecemniCBiIs It te Trainman EngineerliIney Cure and one bottle entirely re jlleved pie I gladly recommend it to 1y one especially my friends the trainmen wbo are usually afflicted Hayden Robertson Von cant afford to rltkTQur JIfo by allowing a couch or cold to uorelup into pneumonia or conftumpUolI One Minuto will euro throat and cotCunquicker thin auy oiieP known Many doe ton use It M specific for grippe 1tI- Un i Infalliible remedy for a cro pi t1uhJnu like it and moUora ouJonso it llnvdcu S IlebtsunC A NEW MUSIC STOBErrr Irtdianapofls JRiehmsjcdealersabranchhasthereputationatreasonableiscordiiUyJnVltedi Mr A thenFPo s be ebuYlng thftflFurru Correspondence WILLI 8poc1a1cprrejoaentMr rditpieatrom Dr W W Hyatt wbd tookl Otba MerrittS to the Masonic Widpws and Orphans Hobe at Louisyilla has returned Mrs Mary Pinkstpn hajs returned from a visit in Andersen county F M Shewmaker who baa been visiting his daughter in Mercer county has returned Mrs Martha Wells is visiting her parents at Kirkland M sM Ii Searcy is visiting at this place B D Wells is in Lawrence burgfthis weekiJ T Surtonis in Harrodsburg on legal business MrTE Wilson who sold his farm to Samuel Milton will now engage in the dry goods business at Brooksville ty P Cheathams school closed Koobbridge llast Friday Mr Cheathain taught a success ful school and is one pf the ttest teachers In Washington county The Willisburg school in the past 15 years has turned out 67I teachers 15 doctors and several lawvers B Poulter bought 40 acres of land from T W Reedatt 30 per acre John Coulter bought of John Nicholdson 70 acres of land at i25 per acre B D Riley bought of Charles fittngaufeo acres of laudor 400 JeSsie Gillespie wholias been sick With typhoid fav r fpr some time is out again SMr onnDennis and Miss Ida Nicholdson were married last Sunday by Rev J A Simths The oyster supper for the benefit of the Christian Church has been postponed utitil a future date- R A Burton of Shelby county was nominated at the Demo cratic primary last Thursday for Qountv Superintendent 4flt seems that tn0 Ohio telephone company and the cqunty i line have not avery good uQderJ standing from thU point The former will not send a message frooi Springfield to any pointt with the money deposited with the operator at this office On last Thursday an pldrlady who lived 3 miles from Tatham Springs Cam here to send a message to Lakeland wanting to know the condition blJierdaugh ter the operatgr at Sprihgtield refused to send the message for some reason and on the follow ing day a message was sent from Lakeland to this plac6 amglad to say itisa mistake about Mr William By juts l killings his horse He passed ihaough here Friday driving the one that was supposed have been killed He was not intoxicated for every one knows that no whisky couldc be bought on that day There will Qe work ipithe E A Degree in J Speed Smith lodge Saturday night Sister lodges are fraternally invited fttt D RIley Master Tv purifr ni enrich tt6 Wood strength tfnthonervfB and InvirorilQ the svt tern use Dr BJmoiors Llviir JloaJcine ltII vcoplo worry becnuse they bf tiara they hnvo heart disease The chances nro that tholr lieartsnro all rIght but their atojnaclisi are unablo to dlgestfoOC1 Wodot flyspepsft Cnro dlr gests what ron cut jil1tsthol formation of whttI irftTcoH the stomach piis 4pnlrsttho bert It l rill cure wry form pf Indlpcstionj Bsvdon Rol ertson i Hardesty Scha Ihouse Prom our Special Corroroiid6nt The farme3 are about through gatberingcorn in this vicinity The refreshing rain that fell Wednesday was a very welcome ore The tobacco growers are busy stripping their tobacco Misses Nora and Lola GooceIt visited Mr Minnie WUstat Pqlin Sunday Misses DelU andM ttie Will cams visited Missas Fdine anJ Mtry Ktiys SuBday lat Ir Frank Sear and wife o yooresvilie spent Sunday with thaii daughter Mrs Frank Gray Mr Willie Virgin of Maud was ifrour yicinUy Sunday to see his Jbest girl Mr G W Sutherland of Sutherlands wilt spend Wednes day night with J HGray Frank Yancey of Spriagfield and Sam Good tt of thisplae Visited relatives near Little Union last week Mrs Emma Yancey of Splrln ffield visited her parents R3v4 v Rio ar4 8ae Saturday and SttO- a5tty viBltefourscDr JH Hopper of Littsey spent Tuesday with relatives at Peary ville J Will X igbt1y of Mopresville was in our vicinity Sunday toI SeeftOberLjGrav i Mr and Mrs Sam Kasof L tsey spent Saturday and Sun ttay with relative at Pertyville Mrs Miay Sales spent Wedbes day with Mrs Alice Cheser who is very low with pneumonia r4nk Gray was iEHpriBjKfeld Thursday on business Mr Wj S Y GoDaiett of 01Tatham fTI f v Leslie Wright 6i MarIo4cOun4 ty called on his bsgir1 of Washington county Sunday CATcRIAI T6r Inikuf and Children Thik YI Hays AIwayBgkt t Bears the- Signature of d8i MPIHIILj From Our Regular Coi respondent Miss Fefo Cokendolpher of Wilmore is at the bedside of her fattier Mr Dave Cofiendblpher ot bhapHn WhQis very sick of phoid fever Miss Jennie Reiding or Mt Zion spent Saturday and Sunday at her home sOar Pleasant Grove Owing td the bea Y1ainsJJ Chaplin riyer is very high now the highest of the season We were Invited to take supper with our friend James H Gray oa Thursday night Vb ere we were treated to a fat Opossum and sweet potatoes Very few turkeys here were sold for Thanksgiving MAUD lr From Our Roguhir CoTCsponttcni t MreR bQrt Campbell of your own 1sviilinghepi father B Paettll TomlHU5fonJ sevralidashere last week while 1tang1 t tlVlillisbutl progress ng tiicely A good num ber are i i atteodiuce and quite an interest is being sfaownjby rhe llovers of good music Mss Nannie Bpblett of VGodJJ lawn is the guest offf Mises Josie and Lily Bhehan f Misses Mattie and Z jddie AnJJ idd tleiJ brother Georgh1jdrews j who have ocen visiting in NeTsoii have had lhetr visit much prd loatjed by the high watter t Tnere will be Thanksgiyinis ervices at Camp Ground coa ductediby Bev Simpson The young gentleman who ws- f so weUiit ri1ned one cold Sui day night recently that he lot ghtbis over coat until lav ha1 reached Mind net d 1I Ican offer no bettr explanAtl for so doing th that in iiDill Jile IimDression of ija fiIreba panesh id akenpoi sessipBiOf his BainH 1tj1 SIorA r 3faToll o lor fitly CraM 7uaniiitxt toimccf nM cure niifcfc fftlY 1hMt1Il wJ I j l twtJtt = L= T Juj1S 1Jat 1IT ailksgiYigS r iii JPi I IsaTimeJ4fjfor Reut lo akf advaritaeof thefat4- I 1 I L OW PLWI I 1 Oivei n Ii I MCnortl8rnb f iiid L I J ON fI I t t jDREaS flOOJQstj1 aiJc lJJ iTJ n ERW EAR t I t 1 is i l i And 41PiJe- FS IE R 3 a d rr 1 1 3 OurPzlcQaethebet tJi 4 5 i 3 t Ci j I 2iiHOISr M RUBBll is Touit Everybo- dyIGOM4EC 0 AND 88EEkt i m p f4 JNOY IM E f JOHA Il- MMES 8IM8S 11f tf lllldortakers- a d t I LlW 2 F L1rnifu F De1L Js r Carry a full line of fine Ftixv nilpre Bedroom 8u f8IQe Eoelpiig Chairs Carpeti ipd Picture Frames tlt our ntakig4Departfflont JS ii l- iis rItor ornp1ete in ev4y detail r f CQ ins Ckets5and BurialJfROI es always 5ii baud CallS fyanswere promptly MaiStt rr f I Sppinflo d Kuf W l Load Thefi Proce mn Wi Jh Buggies heatoni JS tv ey 5 aiid Driving WagQns i Inch JOT will GM stl ictl firs 4as- m gtt feeep a 1it hoi se full frorn1 rMch one may a electuii to suit ones 0 as e and pocketbook 4i I otj i A I ti tWajso haiii1e1 ther iM lluk r gon one fthe lpi thwoi1d vzw cCOIffieMiC iJi d P1ovsl and llk1ndiofFxi4ngIzupJ 1jtsp i n V CSlltFOEO2AIN s DS j tiI t j 5j5S flU d4 r aL L BO ti 01 It s t1 j sPRNIELDKY i f roy a trcrJat5ori c ak q eoa CNt iswaie- wet to MhMi ktee p cicel as ipwb s wj dksia1oaL Lasit ipjy SIItRIt b siai ti4 sw W8 ufJftgara Uwiai it fer ps I H itlsiPaIe l k WIfqe For hr n dA d gitS r JiC l IeIfat iw e titsr It Ift- l bs Mr ad teW41 witI l 55fSr orSi4Itd ryron t ir atit IeamIe ln r Lt 1w44pj IIr I jty ST F w 7 c 7 THE NEWSL3A I rONSTIPATION I dapq M tu feI s bWI bsIu Mi N IrIg e byuI IdW IWossIIootk edULio ea pISd UtrlMo tlurlfl itmt uT ENLtUoI1 d of t was iUe N tUC1M12 Ian psi I ds USIIS f SlMM b = JIi jvv e ANO V l of J JtaIMaWL Io Qac-f E CONSTIPATION sMi is ius I to I tIHOIIN QKOftQIA i s I pst j f 1 z Istbppm Is aialdHlcJteC J1J t CW s oHIM1 iM IsfltM4tet1beb rrj WI J Ik KMtttent W u1Cdt kdtt Ga t w f Miss AIaJP Lort Brooch I g S Ererjr ThMtof Irtof da7 brougkt UM JjjcttiboMc tofetbtr der the old borne wot It WM the grtyof the year v kttbi 4M4fctaffft 1dng keen- e N dISSiMSt Is cr old tJlu to be yfifaiiftt f ieMKatioc It ttMHtottaw VwiHH which tbcy bad been broogktmup to regardir quite u iiucfl la the Mglit ot duty as a 4 AutClBdy bay overtbe concoction ff M ti jurida Tjte for which she r WM Maeut throsgbont all Lllbury ad tINt Mfrkm roaadabbut WM 74Ukic Qt 4ed aid feme ThanKsgly 4 Mi u8i beat a bowl of eggs Into wtrotliher tboaghts went back to U 1kI1TlN day ten years age h ladoV fell vpon her litea at had never lifted Truel ut Ves2aw It nowadays but It was art yet and all the sunshine 1 ijLkcr Ret peaceful life ceuld not M li hlntTNiI Mystek fiM the foaming mass Per JrilaV i1 iMML Wbs bwaenylnkalongtiaendgreatInany tfcta c jnay kappe la them ItaterortwflIntotkebew1I 4 Bet think tile pta were any the worse rtJtemIefUJI8 they gave Ibea better flavor t JIeJ was Robert Grant and Robert r GrRt had ben her lover long ago 1 tvirybidir k4 liialdt was going te 4lit inwK bWfl tkem and In tfate J mm tfeil t dyff had good reason for thlafclnjjrM for though no formal rilSfBwnt tad ever existed between jftkere bet bee a tacit under r 1J otthart which It Is never 13IVAi7 to pet Into words to make q wttel MNUitaf aad lateatlon plain But imiiMt Tkcakn fvlBg day ten years alto there had arlees some mlannder y I1aa4iM wfcfek hal Jxarted them Just vrbaif K was about Lnclnda coold not ryimoir as shp thought about It We Fwere both so foolish so unreasonable sin had often told herself To think r fcitlRg two lives be pArted by some w thltir M iMlgnlflcant that neither tully f naderRtood what It wasl Dear mr exclaimed Martha Petti ftini Lacladas glsterInlaW as she 4e jato a comfortable rocking IkQPPOOI ei1e cora r of the kitcken Tia glad weve gotabout done with ow work aint you Loclada Iallte real gla4 Mkare em COOK here Ti rtoae sets jwJiIgh beatS out with fr t WID a irMiete that Fa sling glai ht itt tbapea moren once a rsr WhyCtndy suddenly where k WaetpIs2 thought you had It I i ontIook natral without W 11 JidP8t her band to her collar Tii brooch she always wore was gone eaVt think what kece e of ItT certalnljbdfL 0 tUIUiWAYIIWOUWAli acici PaRb hekg eat of the kitchen 1 stoee i 1t past be som wkere about teariI search was made but tseeekwas Botto be foaad I Mag dy dawfted clear tb4I SM ah TbaaksglvlBg ogkt te be te keeping with J JMifhte ii slswek a tiIObdy you na rlgkt ip an Kit to receive the corapaay aid after breakfast Ill see to a1l doln down stairs ste 114a wes t ap te her room and 1f1t lark wlft colored pshe doBB l was very t jRTalr ce pfexten with lace at throat and wrists 0 t seeat to grow oW very fast tMftK e e ttKHKtlit assk stoe4 be to give tke last feplalae LuLktIss tillWi ordinary Bfetla r camehtosisgstwhetlifemlghthevebefil tCIuPeriedJebsJeIoS r rsimi Mk Beerayr Then ber ifa as el eir keet- oilskeresaWMartk 44owat t T Mrtle f ttloj 4 e t ef the Wtcfcey 1Ien1 ia M MM M rrc teftd l to the till i r Iwttorfa 1 tofc the sitting room P1 rwtve the The air was full 1J nd go l WfM M t t = zritit1SWIUltDe uTewL r1apklttThiin1tItl1lugwltb Wes AIartUyr skcd Ulster Sa- abt aliifest as soon its tiaadshftklng wo tor l want we tier about soioetklh the tvorst wily In the Jcltcb u Well then Ill go right In YoU atay here aa wo to the children Cln djr whWe itifgottc- for tffelta sakej crd Martha as arab appeared In te hen door tr Howth yoo do an hows all the foUcsr Quite well tkftaky responded Sa r caibistetantiy put aside M soon as tb dpor WM cliicd behind her and the two weie bee Martha Pettlbone Ive got sense sewi for yoa You cant gtwes who came to our house las nIgmfr Mal1ThElder Hogaboom Indeedr exclaim ed Sarah I knew youd get way off YJ non1TWFor goodness Mkel cried Martha Air you reely fa earnest Sary It CIndYIftan wonderlB what had become of Ja twreskVs U1eIeIIOwWe tried to coax him o come over with us but he said he kiatkews Uwoald be agreeable but Hllkpt the worst way heat know he was thiukln of Cindy aU the time Now 1I want to know If yOu have any iIdea shed care If he should come I tliouglit Id ask you fore I said any thteg to her Martin he told John not to pit the team out till he knows an If It wopM be agreeable hes goln right keck after Kokert I reckon shed be glad to have cette Mid Martha Oh Sary himI be itll all turn out right yet knows Heke aint married is heo6No be aint an I doat blleve he ever will belt Ctedy doat have aoswcrcd Sarah He blames IIlmI for what happeeed He Jest the same as told me so Call her In an ask her iIf shes whim be should come Cladyf come In here a mlnlt wont yoiicIled Martha In a flutter of de llightful excitement Dear me Sary I feels If eoaiethui was goln to hap pen Wouldnt It be jest splendid It they skovld make w7 Vhats wanted asked Lncloda cindy said Martha as solemnly a K aboat to Inform her of some kedys deata soaebodys cove back bleksgrewpAlebut no wordsc lies ever to Martins and Bary waHfts to kaew If ysHd fad say fault wit Htla him come ever to Nt 1HeNday there aloe does Why skouldnte 1t1Id ads Rut It hardly seemed to either ef the woeea as if she spoke to them ladeed K hardly seemed to her as she steed there lice to face with the tact that after many years her old lover bad come back as if she was not alone with that ORe thought Oh Im so gtedl cried Sarah xnI rwiTigkteut an tell Martin i Lwclnda ran up to her chamber to tktak It alt over atone As she shut the door she heard the sound of bells and looking out she saw Martin driving swiftly up the hUt road on his friendly errandi How the bells rang He bnd eoine badki He was coming there Sbcwould see him again would hear his voice and feel his hand clasp lag hers as In the pW days when they met each other after these long years of separarlodl As In the1 Aid daydl Perhaps sot There mlght have been changes of which she knew nothing But they could at least meet as friends Suddenly a sense of all the sorrow these vanished years had held seemed bl111everlaw her head down en the window sill and cried Byand by she arouecd h HIt This will pot do she said as she frakee1 at herself in the glass She al most stared at the taco she saw there It was not like the face she had seen tkerethls morning Thisl face seemed JtTIJeJJ IJunJor sang out that Uncle Mart comm ckBn there Isa man with liIIIl There was a general stampede of yotiagettors for the front door Lucinda teltawild Impulse run away Rut she did not Martha and Sarab clped her to pass the ordeal of the nut few mlHates bj being very demonstrative and talkative thus drawing attention from her She saw Robert Grant come Jsto the room she saw him shaking hands with all the grown folks and 1drenIdea that It would take him rearS and years to get across the room to where lMarthaspI6n heres Cindy Shes glad with all the rest of ps to see you back Rob ert and then she fort her baud clasp ed close in Roberts hand once more and heard him say Im glnd tOSN f Only a few youImight menu so much or so little 1410 pnta nt tIIaccompdafed bj ffisVAWlCI ucous es m the Bout erup tus on the skin IlIFcopperSplotbes swollen glands aching muscles makingsIynptofse will follow unless the blood fa oftbiaiieIepofeoaS and infallible antidOtefor tCMeS thoroughly and permanently f Inthefailofi8 II VfHHMI VffN contracted Stood Use 1ee11II Wirseoctotile r treat8iCM coftredwkJstiletI8ieInmtastand t palet=rS y = had ahom I l WeIpia whee Iij I1acs Mtiiteft may =After taking bottleS ecticed ayeeadIIkej eeeleg sad I dete- rlet4itoglre sssaSh- oleugh trial Pros teonthehapcoem- eMwaIrapld sLL- M to uethe Me eIe eomJtletely under eeti pI the sores sad- Slcer ked and I was pee free from all liffns f the dbwrder I hove men IttOllC sea nesitny net user zw iIaTM Zo Nobitivifle rieZ6 thatSsJ msecey potash orotber Mineral poison Nd4oeearfseeboohonBiocdPo4aonsanteIns tIais tiuease with lull directions for self treatment WechargenothbgforjBedi eal advice cnreyourself at home IWTIWCT SfCttflC ATUNTA M n Kodol1DyspepsiaCItre Digest what you eat oDdaldaNaturestructing tbe exhausted digestive or gaafl It Is tbelatetltdlsoovered dlge taat aadtoplc Naother preparation n approach It in efficiency It inj nt1ycuresJysHeartburnJfatSiickHeadacheGa6tralfialCranpflland i linperfectdlgeetloaPrtyartril table Martin happened to notice all at once that Lucinda didnt look familiar Why Cindy whats become of moth haliltteenyoumember I dont know what has ecomeot- Itt answered his sister I lost It yea terday Id give anything If I could find IfJust yt this Janciuro the pumpkin pies were brought la These are Cindys pies said Martha When Ive said tbat1 know youll Tront n piece Or two pieces morellkely answer ed Martin Let me see you used keli Cindys plea Robert I spose you haint forgot how they tasted i dont believe I have answered Robert as ho took a piece and fell to enjoying It AH at once be put his napkinto his mouth and John junior who was en pttrlnthctortt1rts a boy always expe rlence8 when he line to wait whispered to his Cousin TJldy that be guessed that fellerd bit his tOngue or Sonictbjuff How bright nnd Pleasant H looks outaldo Robert Grant xnl lto Lucluda after dinner Dont yon want to take a walk I think a little of this Thanksgiving day air would bntclngj iI WERE THOUGHTS OF mE PASTigood she answered and went up stairs after her bonnet and ShawL Her heart was all In n flutter again Ypu ought to be aRliamcd oryourslf sbtvsaid to herself Thirtylive j ears old and acting like argirl lor some time neither of the two Bpokeas they went ur the hillside road Bide by sldo Both were too busy with thqnghts of the past Suddenly Robert paused and facet her bLucieditnot very fiready perhaps we can nev er be to each other wbati think bojh of us hoped years ago but we can I trust far friends want to tell you that I have been sorry for what sold to you thatt day ever since the words were spoken But I was too stubborn td say so then Can you will you forgive meat this late dayCI was as ranch to blame as you wcre she answered I would have told you so Jon ago If you had given me the opportunity to do so Let us forget It all and be frlendsnnd In our friendship make up for the loss If we can1 But conwe be nothing more to eajch otlierr he cried his eyes full of engvr fleas his face bright with hope I love you yet Lucinda I have loved you all these years If you cnn over look the past If you will only let me try to make you as happy In the days to come as we ttalght have been In the Inys gonebyt Are you sure you want me r she asked her face quite pale am no longer young reniembcr Do not make the worst of nliynlstakc ralstaklng pty for love 8IIthat hesnld JiDont be afraid of that Lucinda a sudden smile brent ing across his face You are not the t thenrctt ItOnt know whnt you moan she said looking nt bUn wondiVlnply Dont you remoiitlHT that you wild when we were eating dinner that you would give any till to find your lost brooch sow that menus IJln1 It that whatever the person who OntIs- It and Its orts It to you asks for Jon are bound to give him have found It Here It Is Luclndn What nsk as a reward Is yourself Ypu will keep your wordnnd give me whntl nick I hope Will you den r or wont you Your logic Is not to iHvcoritcudiHi ejlaugbej If ypn need me and Insist on having j me why take me- Re put his arms about her and kissed herMay nothing come between t IsI henceforth be said earnestly solemn ly and her heart repented his suppose you wonder how to had the lost brooch be said turned homeward ordsjjI was going to ask you about she answered HInt before I got thoughtof something elRrl little blush and forgot it Whtr did you find It We have hunted high and low for tYou didnt find It because you ddn llook In the right place he answered It came to me ln a piece of pumpkin pie I have read about some one wile discovered pearls hi the wine drank but I had no Idea that sboIpeople of today flavored thirpIes articles of jewelry IItblnk fate something to do with It In the twilight of that Narrember r day the man and woman whosO lives had drifted apart for ten long years stood sIde by side and llooked out upon the whlte world with thoughts of un utterable thanksgiving in their bcarjs bac1broughttbose henceforth no wind of passion would Separate then please God Chap rone The Saglnaw river1i Ja Michigan Js UltiibeenDIDe MGURESI ANb EYESN= An AcenatAAs we groW e4e f remarked the Jnan WM was doing that Mtlfate of week every s ita days we begla to obserte that we jrecm to aeed ore light when we read or that tbe prjnt St the newspaper that we have been reading with ease fer ever so many years J1s not qalte aa good as It used to letIters816 toooerVe 1Pacausesome kindly Mend that we need glasses We eBt geei especially because they are the visible sign of our Mweaknessandby them what we fondly think they have not yet discovered to wit that our eyesight is failing I am that way myself or was and I stood the glasses off as long as I could and really I could get along very well reading at most any type Of course I could not make out every letter but I could got enough to complete the word and of tentlmcs I could supply whole wordsM that were Indistinct by the what I was reading But Itwas the jflgures that got me down aHitiL Ah thoseflfnires Thero is no contextt there and when I saw dates or numerals of any kind the blur of the years shut out all their outlines and td save me I could not tell what was before me I made mistakes sis often In rending aloud to my wife that she would laugh nt me though she never caught me on the letters not wltbstandingmany was the time I guessed at about half I was reading But figutewoultl not stand any fool Ing like that and at last I dcknowl edged that It vasHt the type or tho paper or the light Or jlnytblng of that tort myself nVpdUvf glasses Now nUdegot lln figure acwcllas a letter and 1 discover they are printedp quite as plainly nsever though assure they were blurred before New York Sun ROSE TO THE OCCASION Tb American Girl aa Cannl Managed toWlutbe Trick A man who Is back from a visit to Paris anti Germany Is telling a story which ought to make the great Amen cab eagle flap his wings with pride It happened nt a little railway station nameiwaiting for a train on a branch line which connects with the main line at that place Besides hlniEelf there were at the station a party of American tourists of the kind you read abou In English books and an English family of the kind you read about in Ameri can books The Americans were loud voiced and ungrammntlcqL Thpyiaugh ed a great di al and tfiej ate poaches the atones of which they threw ala TheyIhimself would have felt apologetic and they displeased the haughty Brit Ishl mnterfamlllns greatly To the younger membefs of her family a gawky boy and a lanky and leggy girl of the typical elongated English t IeleatIttlar idSladnenror and nearer to her mothers great disgust At last shesyns so near that mamma could en tongeIIClara site called in her loudestbvoice come away at once migtt- e mistaken for one of those disgust Americans A pretty young American looked up and swept Clam from head to foot with a calm glance Then she went on eating Peaches Dont worry madam she called out cheerily Theres no danger of th1twtbitbem feetl Washington Post t v Ho DepBea Tohacco The healthful or reyiBrfie action of tobacco linsibwn an absorbing question for decades and one hard to settle Eruereon cauttousas he was was once drawn Into a discussion on tIn subject and being u nouuser of the wwd was an ardent advocate of its abolition us n marketable comm cJlly Did yoOver think about the logic of stimulants he asked Nature sip plies tier own It Is astonishing what chnucP1Intion of n cup of tea Is needed CoU versaljon la an excitant anti the series of intoxications It creates in lnnlthniL Bnt tobacco tobacco whnt nide crow bnr te tlioft with which to lulnI9 tilt delicate tljssncs of the brain v s A fold Defrn f An enlisted man once put the presi dent of a curt martial In a dKHcult po sition sya a writer In Cassells Mns nzluv The court martial trying the soldier for some fault or other When Ih nidchce4nnd It took an nn usually long timehad itn given the prHsldeht nsked tht prisoner if lie tied anything Jo MY In his defense Well IIlrR1hl the man cant sip Ii9v this Vre court can sintetwe me for Major JOIWn24 rending n paper under the Inh tlhp nit hloomlng t t 11I1k1Into nsut nillilx ctiminisslon ayEr and dont count nuyvrnyHl POrcre or nnilnranra Whenmy grnndfntlier was n young man JnllUU ovwlth n snub nose ln could mn fen miles vlthoiit step Iplni Ijennl my grnndfnthpr mak S prJycr2f mlnnteR long once ntn piay cr niietln resporiilinT the boy with the dirty fam nn It didnt feacc him Cbldipo 1trllune THE LOVE SIGN OF tHE ROSE trained a little roie to grow grace liP gate thove henif lore the pathwajr to That to her oft lir rt before toe goes To mJ the love sign of the Hose trystToAjlf an aogel llpi bad klord blrtwd It blooming there For bearen Iti twef test enjlle Keitowf the deat sign the Rose pattering of little feet IAndnecklace me afnlghtt knowsMNot tar Loves steps shall tray r In thorny paths to roam KayBhlne1When night falls drear one heart still knows Rest at the Tort sign the Rose Atlanta Constitution rtfyrs Bessie Alarch of South Paeada recipeforserve their natural color and Inameasure their perfume was granted a gold medal bjr the Parla czpQaitlosi id I 5 J mev GE DENy JAEDCUS MPPARaiai 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country i Every Reader of This Paper introducementioned at the special piice twentyfive cents regular pace seventyfive cents workl1atpenings a Subscription Department THE 387 Fourth Avenue New York City Both makers and circulators of Qtt coinnilt fraud jItst inpn wilt not dcc iro you intolmylng worth ICs fountcrfeita of Wt HazeSnlvo Tho original ia infallililp or Curing pllo sores nm anti nil tkin diseaygs ttajdon Ho crsou 00 Mrs MaryB Strains 50 4 00 A 80 of face line thI4 posItion United time ig days be Clfr CUr1iltiseys IU IH New Yl5 1UPlease above Timti of Ourtoox IeTtIe grateful rnothom nro for Onoillnnto tough Cure v bIoh jrlvcs relief us soonC as it Is administered It qnlskly cuzI coughs colds snd nJ throat and lung troubles Haydon jt Robertson = = JJi JtLrjI7rs II J t4iuttcraDqesyoiit tresuln Etitons o the Skin svtifoci ttithtnnteej be eji in conlpal SsatesBair OMUultihJSki i e you Eczein 1Skii1 Sore tiCractt IT Ratb fozm tlje Skin i qn ltiBoUI1 Swollen Jointsr PahihiIh Haltl Afl tfi1Down Skin Pale atiJgo0to s of Ezemaa Isinunitica an toSITcuredBloBalm ttrlchroJ us= the oreto atstppforeyeithtifetbbreath awe t B B is ust the yet Oedv you have be rthoroughly orcaderse trbysix SComplete oottteJf i Ic4giveBLOOD GDcscnbea aalmedicaiadvicegj NOtICe Tobacco ioWers 1 wish 10 info m the hi per Wesiington nd IBoylp counties at I have mad e ail arrqjcremeiQ wtE iha Baal rne 5 b4cco Wa ehoase Qcrt of Louisville Ky to soficit cota Isigamensand wilie pw pared to ie- reasonaildvat jes and furnish casks etc to pa ties who desire hem to ship pba icptotbjBXouis villejnarket an I will make it 1a point to call and see M many of t slippers ia fid farmers asII possibly can be wen now aDd the time of sbipp ng and r would like fort all ofIny friends who have tobacco hat thy Irill likely flrize tc remember me when pMypresent win be II plin or SpTiny fied The h6us thatlrere 9Ik j nTPThteneiitEdw se and own their 3wn ivatehod go propeftyj and ha e been nKgfk1 in the Wanehou e bnsiness ior lioamay ship to em copr36bi3 treatment and rompt aixTtiest efforts to get tl m good prices for their tobacco 33 4m WS GobDiiETT Epilepsy weis the ody atid kgrades then the tiervous tpsgth is the source ifall health and perverts he functions of every organ Because f outs tuIbot natureit ii t often called in airablei ThiTs not true There is one I medicine that never iails tp check the ne Qui spasms and give nevr strength to I the entire syst an- My 6oy h4 ep eptlcfita for three yuan Doctors fail d to help him udhe got so bad that had tenispasmaj Iin one week We egan giving him byNovemberMRSB TmbAU HaatIngrcat- ik Dr I FiIe Net rneallays nervc irritatign stops spasms restores di vigorji i Dr MUes Medical vElkhwlmA Poctas basilic Ttor some years J pan Tina Innndatcd the markets of t e world with ther sqUares of 8tOfZ caUcdv fonkousa which are used to rap up the presents sent to friends In that country iud Europeans have m t hesitated to make of themi brIUlaut jrnamcntal design 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