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Sinus Jlastwr Commissioner i 6r S AI1ITlUCOUEIT i Quarterly fJOUrt held on tiiothriM i tiyjn Januijry AprUr ttjF 1d October JBJLita of3udg Itfl4TYOOWT COany C ttccb Ja the Wulfth Men rThech Gii1b B a tJtse Judge r A F ioo r county ci ctk1 SMayeomtV Attorney IrIrJW lUf lttatlFT f B lFilieiff au Sidney Os ornQ J Byroncr ake EdMastc ames fMoore County Surveyor r PJ Br j Assessor- itJt WnIi Jt pttt y AB a1 bl1Ccunty Treasrrbx f l i If M ntgotnery 4lIEt IlILFtZLD0IRCCT t wn saCr1S ltc 3ndge o 1r co 1htabnL tw5jidh robkiB city Altoftiey JtstCII tiouhr 1I ftuc orrts are held Jinbary Apt l1dctUe rV = fj CH rtCH DIRECTORY JAPT1ST tr l CHURCH i vG flsmbletofl IiWr Services SL Very SdVahJirtt ilBiai and 8i m Sunday w f Rchooi alBB05 Ptayrr Ktiitlnit on Wed Ji i ftesdar nl htat730 p m f t ETHODlST OHORC3H i iitoyO H PralteP TnstoV S nnces IboTlwt andTWrd Sunday Ieach tlntb tltainFaud8is 4 ittiR snYTEtUANO Y O 1 5 1tRevlOLaiS9n PJ toT iI setCry disf Ula m anrl8p m Psyr Meet it g ever T1nrsdaylt 4 rATflOUEthyRCH nvl IF HenncsyPiatorv Servicesevery y Nuttday 10 Oijiock ft tt Bervice ett sesame hour C umsfIcIthlCh Rev F Lloyd pastor 1e1vJOefSbC tSutdnin each month at the Methodist burr J t FR TERN8L 0RbERSI LopoSprk5flC1d lodge No5 ectfcond onsy In each snbnth J 9Va htgtOn It Qehapthr N27mcets ceri thtrdMondaV i Bprngfloia CoUncil Ito 52 mbtitak every t4oux Monday tKs autao IAfeo Meets every second 4u indi jarth Monday in each month fs ours pv ruMixA1essMcets every rat Erodnesdav of each month L 0 B At atiCK iUwK Trirr K 21 M ietts every Wednesday night fa vlg vT MrKlrov Wall 4 L and Nv TIME TABLEi irriial iDebartureot r Trains 4p ft PO I7I13 ArtiprlngaeldwLv 580 20 W 5alloy fiill h 5ipsa85 eU3 i Booker45471-a 47 V 1L54Ctoakcs5541168 0 ji gWpr3d1awhi 6 in 13 1127 Ba1y Time5 612 5 25 4 t ii IlanIsWWn 1123153- t I lOSENazarethG30 i b 30Elamuels 61 381 f t7 le ipeatsviUelifO 4513 110 ii 4CaoeSpring03440 00 iIJOtbs IU rM 15 5 0 2Cleariflont i 7 4 80 kBardstovni Janet 7105 00 4 hahepbrd1vlUeo 720 H bera 12i3 ijijC South arkJ 7 South LuIsvl11e 7 rJl 55 lit Louisville ArtS 10 IDN YDlSEASEi tbi moItfatd alaU t jlrlEyS KIDNEY DUNE I Iurtid IUii- tt Rsa 4 Y tfUfldtd- aI s i14U 3ICOflLZCd by o I j i pmc- IlstloneyaadT4t 111 NrWSLIJ = ER- J SPRNGFELD1WASUINGiON J Odds and Ends of Gossip i5 iH I TI1CAwTIIratcI of Billt t Ive got aletteik Parfionf r mtijoy VAn1l9withInT reDbeen prp dlyplaiined b botildwanderfrbm the path b Tight an come to bach an end ttold kiln when he left us only three short years jago Hedflnd himjseK plowinT In a mighty crooked rbvr Hvij hla molhetli pfayertj too thuthe gne88edjbed have to go 1 know tha6 big temptation lora youngBterfcthoWest s But I beteveajM2r Billy bad the cbnr age toee1qtvi AIgThat lie like hidden sarpints in lifes i3athwaOhrywhere8 vButyukeeu1xiallowed Hed build qJregutatlan thatdDake- us mighty proud But fefaded ASuyety wz4tt Hl MlI Bomehow Sort of knowed hatBUIyvaatramiiIngOn a mighty rocky roai But never oncp imagined he would v bovf jny bead In shame An ih the dttfftd waller his pl daddyV v Vidhpredliamo He writes ihrpm butiin Denver an the 1 J sijusther pbqribl heAt And sol reckon Parson you might brakthouews td her BilJoln tegi aturbnt doesntI bezaywhatiiiI Denver Posh PSrH Jnents are being trade to givei Springfield a wider tele phOne coitinection with the outI Sscand R E Hollis or LawlinIburg representing atiindepend int telephone company of that placeI were hero Monday to confer With the managers of the Washington Goiibty Telephone Go relative to making a connection with lire lines of that company and it vis probable that the ROD mUWith this connection Springfield wiil be jput indirect coramunica tidn wftli Lawrencebur Ear rodsbiivg Teisailes Lexington Winchester Frankfort George own Cynthiana Williamstown OweulOij Shelbyville and other Iinterm aiato points The nrIrangenoent will also give usj aoolher through line to Louis rUle Majoi D whey established the first independent telephone copany in Kentucky and pays IIfightI II and that some of the indepen = dehllines that he has put on fool are growing Importance and lire branching ou in many directions 0 0OTtt iq rN TTo judge by lndtbdhere last week the indidatrons are that Springfield may become one of the best horse market in the State according to size There is no reason so far as we tan see why jit could not b s9B There are a number of flood and ftMhorses in Washington county ands meot the very bestof horse fleshjias been produced here It is tr ue which is perhaps the ease 1p other places that of late re0Shas nob been as much attention paid to the breeding of horses aa fprn1ierly but the horse niarket is decdediy ott tile up glad dnd more atteDU6Q willbe poi td the bt eding Of fittQ lldrses in SDr future Bell PIneiTarHoriey ddvdriddsl a nevr theory Iji the tfeathieiit of all cdugiii Ivngf and brOtictiUl troUb esI Lit cutes andc resqu1cttly Atisoq t1uteIyt It cuts loose tbe iducuS vilhbut exel i tioti or stralpin ga dstops thecotfghi I at ont 6 hIealtllg tHc iijflaiued rt jl ItgiveAyig f nd Vitality td respiratory org iis It enables tilJ1d to receive the IropetsuPIlyof sygfen It builds up the system ren derliig it less sUseejitible to Gbod druggists selijlii ttecatotoar Ijowcls VHU tascnreti C tjdy piUhnsyct niohOrc rei IIUt 1MWW tVWtiW tJ t MOIt1IR11 j From our Regular Corspendentca News has been scarce foit so nfg frotntisi i little city that the aders may think that we are not among theliving but we are as Jively andt usiness like as ever Several attended the horse s octGThomas RileySf Buffalo is siting friends and relatives in FiisMr Fred Hilt and wife of this pl wiaceW ruillieMr and Mrs Frank Wiliitt sIted the alters parents Mr natus Obryan last Sunday Mr Joe Higdoa and his brimbi sitea Mr Tine Cecil ol Cecils ille Sunday Mr Jos ph Blandford who has been In Louisvirle the past w months wa shaking hands with his friends aroundhere last n4ay That accounts for iss Julies smilesto ttMissschool Monday in Jecilsyillek As his iis HattiQsafirst attempt at school teaching we trust that the parents will patronise her andl she will bave success Mrs Lillie Cecil visited her d5terFriday Mrs Hillory Mclntire who has been on the sicii list is much j tter Many of our people had the- easureof congratulating Mrs Mamie Clemfeqts TeylorlaslLSunday In the mariage we think Washington county has lost one of its best hool teachers and Mr Clements has obtained one of the best ladies of the county for his bride 2 May their lives be long and happy is our wish QUESTION Atf SWFRED Yes August Flowel still has the largest saleof any medicine in the civilized world Your others and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous prostration or Heart Failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested foods regulate the action of the liver stimulate the ner yous aria organic action of the system and that is all they tool when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only needa few doses of Greens August FJower in liquid to make you satisfied formf nothing serious the matter with you For sale by Haydon a Robertson Headache pften results from a dis condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose qrj two of Chaniberlains Stynvtsh rid Liver Tablets will correct tllese dd orders dnd cure the headache Sold by Havdon Robertson J Walkers Tonic is the link tbt picks up the vital forcq of man in his run down state and binds him to health and strength ojr rccuperatinpr the trainl H art and nourishing the Nervous System Th Uuirnportante o- fRak Recently there have been nut erous naval promotions and by the grace of the President and Senate we have more rear d mrals more captains more1 contj mdiiderS thanxever before And this is all very nice Bud no otiei will surely object and the navlaj men aPe duly happy But neither the navial otflc6r n0r the public should eyei1 fore et that rank after all iis itnmat- j + Ild compared with achldvernbtii It tis all very well to Trace with each other fdr the high titles btit a high title alone is a slim possession and If a man does ii l BisStWeuflewey and Manila wtini dbe ljeidijVere riot an admirdl aud mbt people even ithose most enihju sIatic 1tibotit hIsgrealvi tbtr 9o not reinember what hislitJ6 L was When hd won the lIght Whether it Vas captain corn I Dander commodore rearadnii ralrall that jis immaterial the tiiain fact Is that hewas Dewey at Manila r When Farragul in command at a fleet won his great triumph New Orleans he waOnly a ptatn But as ii captain he won immortal fame and hisby subsequent advance in rank did not increase that farneSatur day Even bl Pest Twif e Proven FromjtliB Vindicator Rutherford C The editor of the Vindicator has had casb to testthe efficacy of Cham berlaihs Pain Balm twice with the osj remarkable results in fcSch case r t with rheumatism in the shoulder oth which be suffered excruciating pain tot ten days Vhich wat relieved h Wo application of Pain Balm bbilg the parts afflicted and fealiz ing instant benefit and eiUire relief inaa very short time Second in rheu matism in thigh joint almost pros trating him with severe pain which was felieved by two applications rub ngwith the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from path For sale by Haydon Robertson Bweot music appcalstoc bcftrt soul sad lightens many ot lires burdens If y Ju hare evr hard tbs sweettoned Steger Piano j ou will app ecltQ this To reach the otexc J NasOnlythedurability Everypiano fully guarantecd- tiueSteger factories thoroughly uippCd with the best anti most improved machin ery located at Steger Ill are among the largest ip the west ab Wlotowhich will be male tree upon appllca oi STBOEB Co Established tl39o c 20ttIMr it W Patterson nIght police at Nashua la says In January I had a very bad cold on my longs and used half dozen different cough medicines and prescriptions from two doctors flnalyboughtTar and after using two thirds ofltlwar entlrley cured Judge Tinsley Congressman Borein of the IEleventh district is pressing the name of Judge John H Tins 2yjudicial judgeTinsley the position it would oe unfortunate for thejudicial district of SpeC1ollyforCJav vacate the bench Much of the Ilawlessness and illrepute of that section is directly traceable to tne incompetence of several of t Dhih Aimord he has made for himself ijn the enforcement of tbe the pacification f la1andf long engaged 4 is a matter o1 regret tthat there is tl prospect of hit iUorneyShould Bedcbam would be called upon tAppoint a Judge upon the TslJof July whoa the llaw estab llishing the uetf district tulres1 effect to bold office until No yember when the people of the district would elect a new J udge Courier JournalS Rotiert H Wats of Salem Mo writes I have been troubled with andl1nvophysicians and have tried all remedies ribelyxtthan two bottles completely cured me land I am sound and well Wood Wimsatt To Kill the Czar A St Petersburg dispatch says a plot to assassinate tBe Czar has been discovered A group of students drew Jots and the fatal choice fell to tbti son oi a General The young mati told his father whd infohmed the i l aveSta meolilng othik Mtnjd rS Saturday to cdnsfdet JbEf state of public affairs Tbreb of the Ministers have rbjeivtjd thrOat enjng lletters tiI3iDfharactert kyrdrold Kcnp igholosalerhouse1 otpeitUcbtoqUtrte9Ur c1t19nctosoi ailDear1y n lhoI1tt witSjJt hjS t ABBfqr SUCCESSS i Wasiho ombinatIoSprlnsnid i flOUTTHIRTYp1VIt HelD sOLD combinatonborse 4l MCatnpbell wasIqStatehprepriceswerhemthwere redand there Were about thirty five bonande sales The horses were all sold under a guarantee to be just Us represen te bde right to reject if the animal did representattonThea good grade of stock and the prices were good Blow we witbIthecid the price crOwnR A Dodd Wilmore Ky 6100 0fi TapptoWWilkes W J L Wharton to T JIr Nally60 IBaywlIyBlk mare Jas Hagairto W K Robertson ego Bay gelding Dr Crosby to A CIY oung ian Shelbyvllle Ev 120 Bay mare Boles Bro to R At D hodIBay Joe Clementsmare to John nlker 8100 Bay gelding Wm Smith to Frank Montgomery 35 aBayWilmore S100 Brown mare George Clark to W Dj Olaybrooke 675 Day gelding Dr Crosby ta A Ct Yopjigtean 103 rBayY tonngmanBay mare Frank Montgomery 81003aGray mare Mack Willbite to Fra- mmS5t1 Ict Sl Bay gelding R C Elder to R A Dodd 83 Sorrel mare B W Neikirk to R A D oodd7Gray gelding Louis Young to John Walker Uf Mule Louis Young to R C Elder 0GptBlk gelding J A Bonlwarfl to R A Dodd 150 Brown mare Willis Bottom to VTComstock841 Bay gelding Sam Kynberlm to DrJj Crosby 7350 Brown mare S M CamDen to Frank Imms 8100 Sorrell gelding L Zyler to Sam Mackln Lebonon Blk mare Charlie Mcllvoy to Will Rogers Lebanon 110 Blk mare W P Hatchett to R A yadChestnut mare W P Hatcbett to IfDodd 85 Bay mare W P Hatchett to Wm Smith S33 Bay gelding Water Thompson to W 0 Rogers tOO Blk gelding S E Clements to R A DoddAVllmore S107 50 Blk gelding Dave 8imf edn to Wm One thing 1you mayr rely Upori1 Lots o- fpeople have thin liafr P haps the- irparnts had thin hair per hajis tieir IIIhIII t iIk hhr hblthy- ii and vigorbiis j ffiaR8 it gtbt w tIHick fnd idilg 1It cures dah dtu1f also 4it atWa s r st res lortogfay halt itJ thdatJ rich cb1lor- orcirly Ur The t Is hO f hd bf 9tr OOlU1 old be fdr yotlrtU e i iattii JtiU38SVf t3cirestorIngbiirt yicot girai 51ire e drsAn1TnE1 Au1Si1S5S 1IaniondspOth1tt T l Writ the DMw TorL1cOkOflThflAir it ire riot obtain thebencIs Ten Toxpcted from the me ot write thS Doctur about itSJ JiOl 4i7pATEL LowU j L Derringer S85 Sorrel mare T J fally itbt John WheatIey40 BaygeldingtoAttibey76 Grat gelding W t Rrthdn to j Kylert80 V ptMOtreoB gfne J Hall the Joet And pub USher says that oils ddsfl df Foleya Honey dnd Tat featoreci bit when lhoarsness threatened thredt6neg td p Iireventfl chtullWood Wimsatt 11j The tomachicontrbls tile situation hose who are hearty and strong faoseplentyBRests what yell eat and allows yxfti to Leat all the good food you wdrtt It you suffer from indlgeatlbH Heart urn belching or any lither stomach Itr betplOO e stomachs tdij take it Hstydbn A Robertson v Fire atBardstovtB1Jhe Broadway Roller Mill was earlybourlast itt9one tnercesttown for some time The will W Mio beenw for a fall pf snow and a windthai as unfavorable to tbd fire coupled with heroic work on the part ol the fire company and citizens it is likely that the principal part of town would ave in th ftionor Mr George Beam the large granary attached to the mill aftd stable belonging to Mr Joseph Bi Brown were destroyed by tire lii the granary were storedI about 5000 bushels of wheat which with several hundred bar els of flour wore iviiedup 1 y the flames Three tons of coal nd most of Mr Beams furni ure weialso destroyed The loss is estimated at b6tvr6a 814 000 and 15000 with abdut iilO8QOf the fire 1sqn nowti Tile rdpJatfGeo W Bam It Is not likely that it will be rebuilfcsrBardS town Standard Havlj you beri couhira dity a week a month a year DF Bells PineTarHoney will fclvb that couch ItIsevqetGOOd kpayItasnde MIyejo Tetter eczema tint fekin dHeaa s eald Quickly fo tHe ibarveloua heall ng qualitlel of Bdtiner Salvo madB roffi presciption of a Sin Bpeclallstl of world wide tatiieS c Wbod Wimsatt A Double Wedding Dr J F Williams was calldd from the br akfas tablE td hid hSunite in inarrage two yoiinj R couples from Washingtonun YI who had jjulnieq all the W Y I prlpgfleldIJito have their haidas well aS b61VIi 3 complied in almost plealiSg nd serit his happy visitors hdm smiling untold jatPti liMainieEeed Mc W Seay andj Miss E M GBatley flarfdds burg Democrat J Pfbft Ivisidn o f stdtth6g Md i tuffe1dl stomach add indlgftstitfri fbr i lFteeil j year aHd def tfie nactbrs failed ff j iitre liliti they fed him otl mbrine t ffrict advised eUicUI tCdd i Dj5eiti ire i1dltfF la1tlrig ifcW bdUleSbf it fee idyl 5lllt haS 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a woman devoted to her tornIiyandunspeakable love for her cbildrett audheeheerfiiliiaJpy surround theIMrs Button wits born In Jed lSaiHerrlkwty She was thedilObt te lirof JelSrfamifieconhty Her edti catlbn i srcWed an tin Gather Academvinejlr pridgfield a fldtijexingtdn Icy Her marfordge tq Jude Burton oCCUred iay lt i860 Four cbildrep ee born to them aU Of whcra are grown and survive They a tirepresent henff elect ot MaHpn countyMiss ivfttry Burton Mr Kobert Burton of rankjfOrt and and MnVlV 8 B HonThe ffuneral services were conducted at the residence Tuesday after noon lit 3 oJclocfciiebaHoa Falcon 1o ReWard l100 The readers Of thfe iaperwnt bet tpleased to learn that tli6rb Ji fit least ibQentuntls csttarrlif iJall1 fcata Hi flire 1tthiJ hiiy poRutocdro IchiaTvn to ihei tncdl fra rl1ltYUitattti bbitigato a tretflzlrelLcoi1stItttni4l ia taion Internally noting yWcllytiod ttt hu Iildnd ttti 4riiilcods i jdffas jlctnJIUeFe y destroying the fp iinda tion of the dfsoasb anc1gt9ldgtIio 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1lttf jji I iitjiIOloud 01baridit i iltbdukfi tUv bUtt ilttrcll4 tbblraMjiitiliI i ttW JJoUtet sjsqsf Jlr hi nttt 4otd ei 51b7jwillj Iteginfiirig at iiftrly miMl to StrtiJgWW l I dIstai liboti twcHymlt TkJruiii b4 aiqat feroiit ittldThiIIiditf beqidt iLl i I fo1ftNlioiHc- or5L jf4p Ctufiiire s fillet ptiths Tb F4isAojoM ttfttif 3tlOflifir itocBy With P E1JNIQtf Nbblformerly 1DM Pb Massiu ib SUutlartf 1Ef4iiI iiaiii4 ifiw wld Ii tig thi II ii this vido i4 9t R zlusivd teli- th tiono4d t hrnIsaicn- d a itrMsttWi d ods a ith 1d tbei thi iIt1ld Ie ttfti4aMttthy t iI4PthSi itdtIie 1b 4E Mttsi6- igstifrcoo t ia si e4 IdMA e tah- dfMt4ts iuit4Ss Vshb gts aahk ss a1- cs AcrildU ttiIisd viIIjr be I- Iihtyor iIiv Sb- f taistiv1i bIhO nkEI- httt diII r4tiiid slliii2c Foritl bv flp i 1E1r EILKIDER1 Pvaa4i2kTUt lIT MoEUI OA rAR rADVANCt iP1 NGF1ELDJ- J KV j E0L DAvIsoNJr t gr roxnJ L Ixtotr o iTttie notices 10 wnts per ac fs r ije 1 tk orMpBt and 5 ccntojfpr ii q InIert1ou CK el ca uAatca and political matter osiJr no Job wGrk do at low rates brttiasb I Wp okdelivery of goods SSAcmrIli xiirtracts made on liberal vI1 ZW4az4es au reso1utona XeaPOCt tiierlii ciovIExE13- S 4a iLratos LntyOMc 5 OS D4stOmc HIRS Y MtRoI1 s 1901 r L47t JTttorney We re i thbrizecl to Announce T SCQTT MATES Ai jkr4U4id it jrortbe office of Conn Atteftoey rf Washington county uv kfrt lection 1901 V Fot Magistrate We irerI uborlzfrd to announce f MESIIMUDD 4 a edid to for Maglotrato i1 thE jKJckft jn and Springfield Non l ctrkMu 1 ove bereJecUon19iI y t or SKtriff iW w jJtttnorized to announce j osi RON CROAE fceaadicU lot the6faca bf Shorift We1 1 tCcotutYi ovarnbcr elec Ion 1301 Deputiei Sidney ps boite Ed ies1cbardJ8hatn we re rthorteea to announce 4 4 ft eandi ate drtiie iemberafk fctvnaioaUo for fcepreaentativo fron WMM eckty4 Rpveniber ejeo ion 11 I THB Sworwnd court of thfr rtiUu psias made a de pfltaousfloll will ing the jndgemeiitol- tIe ours which declared 1 doMiMQ produced 8 the last Will ot the late Joseph Hull not ills IftSt wi and testament The Viir nirliio1 is sustained by this Iftrcijtipn d yviswUone half dfjthe JrgiI ekt8 o Miss Lizziel tenss of L Jbftuon svho is a neice Miss Hiftw was represented in li eoritest by Hon 0 0 Me ot tfits place and her Sasfore xthe case was to tB Court of AppealSf I other claimants Titider the V0talthpa fh defeated in both of tthtlower iourtsi carried Cha case totjie Sup erne Court with the abjaT resti t The case is sen- tbk thiioriaL Al entii l 4iiw phase has ancjitmayVy States sajs a news item The enyofs ha e agreed to submit to IheirtGrpy c ents artioals and 9 ofthe OHneseproldcole wKlchi ralatH to t of the forts laSand the 6 Qcupation bv foreign 5troops of line of coznmui tionIrQuiekiutotheea1 point ia whether countries withdrawing their ttopps can bo eplreiente 1 in setting tbts imatterei would be deprived of all- la l toieeas k pccupjation an be ptou of0a1ogather hs Pr fdent has pardoned iTonal Biisleir who was pon iricfccd P embezzling money rcjkjrfun s while post master of JarislKy Bosley was sonvicted on ahtec imcal ppn and as jnoJi eonsU ered guilty of any wilful w OQg by hi raany rjetids jil ojara consequently re jotced at his pardon He Isa oj uiac m ws paper man v iiiK HI ipreqat Court his or- edrj a ri argument in the rail 4ct euec involving tliia Bbnsri I iu tio aitj ot the MbChbrd Kail roill kich was decided uri cit itby Ju4Eva- k 8 ot I1rtVitsvilhship sicMiat Wastiingtc a k Ibk uJg Ens wI1lL t oo3i jla 1i maI id i1 MKl CuctJobn Sl twrd a 0- in k- r at PiiiGrove Ky ett Pfrttlo ftJte b rod to tJeX fl1aid1n u ftrj9 W f f x SvVv CASTO beckInarid has heen made under his per 4esonal supervision 8lnco Its Infancy AIown onetodecclveyotrinthl A11 Counterfeits imitations and Just sgood are but Experiments that triflo with anil endanger tlio healtlrpf infants anti ChUdren Esperience against Experiment WbatisCAiORIA i OllPareiContains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It dostroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DIarrhoonnnd Wind Colic it relieves Teething1 Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency lit assimilates tile Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens P naccaTho Mothers Friend GENUCNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of rk Q I tteM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years iTN wituii 7 WTtY5IWVOR MOOiSi1LLE J Fioro Out Special Cur pondeai Air Logan cshehan bbugbtof Frank Ghess =oof Polia a bayJiKeldi for 9Q W S Gqdba taken wifthey temporarily remoVed to tbEj re sIdenor Mt4t Tiuax Several of pur people attended our t at1 prlngfield last Xlondajiu W Jlad g90dJain1 itMon day itt was deeded very mucb Ir PHUetust J Barber boarded the train at J3Qp1ier last Monday an route io North Carolina icWo extend coneratulations to i ridfesscrides Jboping they may live long and JiapjJy lives tbgetner JWiliisbuKeiglitlejsikist Saturday Mr Jen Srnilhnnd charming granddaughierV Missi Lei Wan yiiLdaV Warren Piles atam linms last Sunday iBloomfielJi1sfi ffrienda at Mooresyijle MrtI Bishop of Poiin1 a W eutto Luuisijllo last Mondtri on business i Bmmett Settle is improving I SlOWly i jfrlendj tiye candidatls for Magistrate i on for Assessor and one Ipr S anheriffare wortlry mqn and would make good ofiicers U elected DOES IT PA E TO BUY CHEAP A cheap rqmedy for congbsj J nd colds is all right but you want somelhing to relieve andI c inuretgperousllung trueWbat ehalt you qot tGQ tp w4rraer and mOre r joj bigl if npb possible for ypu then i mnremedy that Has be f a cLviiizM outtries Witli a success in sfevere tbroat an 3w tung trouljles Boschees map Sjfrupt It nOL only GerI and stimulates thei tiss destroy the jgerm disease but allays inflammation causes easii expectoration gives a goO d nIghts restj and cures the patient Try one bottle Recomf mended many years byall drug Xi lebyIEIayTo Care Comtipaiun tTflev- trbeC1t3 Candy Cath ttlc We or2sCoot J taetruKIks rCIUDIJmOleJi Beat For the Bowels No matter what a1lla you licatlacbo to a cancer you i11neVOr get well ufptll tETShelp tt or path produpa towy Yialufal uipve rnqnts cost yOu i iat 10 cents fo start gettinynflriieaflI back bSCSRE9w 0indyOithnrtrctto genuine put tip in MfetaJ dtainpedt 2 IbadlL ranpingsore on my Jegfotf eeven years writes Mea Ji ForW ofctflppewa Pallr Wis and spent J ghliJvSlycKIvit l IJlooit poison oftea rcsnte irorn a tt eat dr Wound1f pbcdcjiildiscoycry Jthi tfge fortfie s tffi tiitf of all iftterpai and ejftcr nafpile iNJjiA tkimeet h Unc wilvo Wth workf r ocliE SANGHIMSELFn How Ignatius Donnelly Once Melted a Cold Crowd Prior to moving his family to IgnatiusDnter to the state being obliged at that time to mate part of tIle journey by stage on the ice from Dubuque The first morning out i dnjstomprmioIShip 0 wh tolei len ce To a man of Mr Donnellys cheerful and c9nyivial temper this was very distressing At last he could stand it no longer and ad dr generallyLadies said he this will never do If we are toe this way for a week we shall be lunatics Cant some one tell a story There was dead silence No one en smiled When addressed md- iduallytheyJ all shook tjieir heads en he asked if any of them could sing a song No one of them could songniyeclfNow if there was any one thing ong his various accomplishments that he could not do it was to sing a song to any recognized tune He often said that any fool could sing a song to ono tune but it takes manof genius to sing a song to half dozen tunes at the same time Consequently when on that win ythelong j ulnGyandothr material things and laughed until they wero rc But hp accomplished his object In a few minutes some one- sva found who could sing and then the story ttilUng began in which D uprernedwere the jolliest people that ever humped over the snowdrifts of the Mississippi Minneapolis TUnes WOULD TRAVEL IHE awhile onesees in some New England village people who have scarcely set root outside the narrow limits of their own township the course of their lives These eople oven in their most wide awake arid vigorous years have way of mensuring the outside world by their own simplestahdards which is quite rcfreshm m Int ea yQtidO if you had oney William inquired one of the group gathered around the big Jireplnco in the little innor tavern keeperhoperience and wisdom hy his friends liaidWilliam myhomeinents iin the old place and thenI shouldtrnv1c1Yes he added with an air as of one already sthrtedon his jour 3Qeings I should certainly travel should go to Keene whieli as some of you know is nard of 30 miles from here l 1IHere a silence born of the mero suggestion of such a mighty under taking fell pn the group around the fire Exchange 71JB NEWEST liABIP iSHADEM forh4lamphades prOmphfe1ite yewreesgardensareSome venIarefarbe orbnarypureIC in coloring and design espe wnhdulli with amber Adc1cutestnn for tpc ctrie latopsijis a womans fe slendcranchaifdr1 imueakirtsj pqher QOPENSED STORIES BefueEWJOYeI Spine jcars ago when Armour Co tfntJlertook to introduce their soap manufactures in theenstp rejreseriltativc of ttie firm was sent to Philadelphia with alargo quantir ty of goods He aQxertiscd for ped Ilongthosatisement was a white lairednian i who hadlbccnpeddUng in the streets of that city for years vDd you know Phil Armour asltedthholdman Ypsslcvciybodyin the West knows hm Wel1Insea to know him Idont believe Id Icnow him nowthough I guess he must have changed a great deall fWhen did you know him Oh jts a good many yea s ogb Ho was indentured to meas a fann boyHewnntPdgo to California in 1849 to hunt for gold so 1 let hint go Yes Ihavcnt seen PhiJ for a good many years The venerable peddler was given an opportunity to see what ho could doin the way orscUing soap made bv his former apprentice but he was ntmuch of a success When the reprpsentative returned to Chi cagone Mated the meeting in Phil adelp ia to Mr Armour The pack er immediately sent a substantial l present to the old man 9I ivafe bound out to that man Vtowardchance to make a fortune When the old man got the present from his former apprentice he wrote saying he did not wish to re ceive charity even from his former bound boy and asked if there was placet asliving honestly Mr Armour told him he had no work for one so old but settledan annuity on him that kept Him the rest of his days with out work NONE OF THEM HAl A VOTE A well known politician tells this story on hiniself After most affec tionately kissing and praising an assortment of 11 children and mar tresemb1nncethey who blushed the while lIe request THESE CniLDREV iUDAMf ed wiiha by the bye air that she should mention to her husband that Mr Soandso called I regret to say said the lady that I have no husband But these children madam Surely you arc not a wid ow Ifeared you were mistaken sir when you first came in Those are not mychildr i This is an or phan asylum THE EMPERORS PART An exceptionally good story ingtruequnrtcrs in Berlin Whe the Era voilBurowimperial chancellor Herr von Bu low naturally expressed his delight delightedIlutsidering something and the cIper or ncrccivin this sank 4f Wiia iJ the matter now Bulow The lat ter answered that he bad just chanced to think of his wife Sho had nothing against the chancellor ship but a great deal against the chancellors palace for while her present home was a regular little jewel box the great cleaning down in the chancellors palace would not be completed before this time 13 months Give my greetings to thc joenlarlute my part toward the leaning perbntls I Fiy and I BeautyThernosbaitifulthirgiat- he vQrldis the baby all moStllpitifu11thingis j theIt differJenpe JDimples and joy have gone and left hollQws and fear the fat that was comfort and color and curveall but pity and loveis gone The little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrongjitis either her food or foodmill She has hadno fat for weeks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving for fat 5it is death be quick t Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her onItsendloral1ecabletasteSCOTT BOWNE Chemists4O N Y SOc and SlOO all druggists ttouiu see that the palace was thor oughly renovated Ifso he was verybulkyess von Bulows by the emperors orders It contained a hundred weight of soap the promised ntri bution toward the great cleaning down London N- ewimM1lIen IKLOtDIIE LfCK stakingKlondiker and brains lont count for anything I was withi a erodup there about a year ago We all heard that there was gold in a certain section not far from our camp and accord ingly there was a prompt exodus It wits a case ofiirst come first serv ed and soon we aU hadour claims staked out Two fellows who were chums had tried to get claims side by idebut 1 other man got be tilcm IIIts all luck they saidand we want to work our claims togeth er Now you take either one of ours It wont make any difference to you nud yill help us out The other man said it was all a gamble anyway so he chpsc the right handclaim in exchange for his own That was a year ago The two men who are working their claims together havent made fa thing while the other has already ofhisKlondike New York Mail WHERE ONE DUE NOT SMOKE Members of the Antitobacco congratulationsSeoul the capital of Korea Hero is a translation of n proclamation recently issued by him IBeho grasS Korc U 0ibacco is a species of food a upfongenerally drops live ashes on the uybylow huts will in the twinkle of an eye be a prey to flames That isthe reason why an inferior official liko myself issues herewith an order strictly forbidding you tho people to fool with long pipes and to swal low fire Should any of you dare to violato this prohibition I shall show h I i JI JDRSKENNmVKERGANtNootliec Medical slrwlm the trwrid lisa the e Ubll bi rapatatlon ins caring Men and atmcntjoiII treatount ol these diseases they caa ffnanmtee to Cureer No Pay Baits rRloeB Nervous DebUity 1ypb1lia Varicocs1stricturc G Icet IeSectst Drall3lmpote cy bxualandMetaVWukca 8CIlIluWuIKaeae Tbeic gnaraataea are backed by IUdt MENSL1IEBLOOnY IBl1kaY a secret rlnetkatta Uont1fltksmoonmnead haTe so lC1bltlcta Dont et oar LlfoDJOI4 draUOaway DnKA Lgeraat4e to Cats oe so Pay Io BLOOD POISON forltll121fbeAaherlted athetJJkeI thsrstcaROrflea7S KpoalUye11 careJt IQffilCOCELESTRICfURE I NoIT fl u our5aUa1hH I ruaraateeCure Kidnieys A Bladder I oataetriectyonrtfiiw ll xl opfs41atbaek telUthe tale Doat let Doctort F aldrrJecuarl1teaj emCVREMoeIDBS EENKEDY KER6AN 528WAINMT ET CINOINHATtOHfO ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City HY J TTi1owpriCHr rrct which Arbackies fainoud roastd coffee can besold is maae possible iby its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferiorIniitaUon sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly supeiior to these imitatipns and makes many more eupfalstovtha pound Kb other firm in the world can buyS coffto so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Cdfiee NootherCbr is cleaned roasted or blended wi such jBteat careani skill When fYOU buy ArbtI eSYou get better quality and greater value than you caugctia any other coffee at ariywheixiear the satne pricev You also get with each package A 4 definite part in some useful article FuUmfonnatipttwitheach package Save the signatures I tnoIno nesitation ui conHscating pipe and pouch of offending person deservestoLofurther ceive 300 lashes YOUNG ICE CREAM P4TnOTS Every day a big freezer of ice cream is made in the senate restau iJinwho take lunch in the restaurant rarely calLfdjr it The chief patrons of pageboysThe love of these youngsters for ice cream surpasses all understand ing It is a purely juvenile taste theirheartssandwich the succulent pie the ninety and nine other things that a sensible man would select for his thebrightcreamWd plenty of it At lunch seenburying upIare tho very mirrors of content mcjit If it wasnt for the pages tho ice- cream freezer would have to go out of businessashington PostrTHE O A n GOING PAST The djutant general of the Grand Army of the Republic re jearthedCl1thrapidly increased At present tapseare being sounded over the gravesisof the oldsoldiersat the ofI 1000 a month Puring the last tenfyars the membership of the has decreased by more than a orderii In the department of Illinois the loss by death has been especialn IIi severe xy uiiiiii Atvu iliUIU per cent of the total cntollment atV the beginning of the Year answered f the wasbungbver every Grand Army post in the country Inevitably the death ratoj of the order must rapidly increaso with tho JearTclltywear the bronze stafc and eagle jvill b thev my will be practically extinct Chicago Tribune TRAmS AS PLEASURE RESORTS In this twentieth century we ahatl expect bands of music in our trains says The Kajlway Mag zinllitin si tervals of the journey and perhapshntertainments in the style theater or the music hall We shall nnturelliFirdon artists carried The modern th iaV1Ibo found iii the railway carnage and if the modern sysieni f competition is ictauiedtand the fares undergo well somo taodifi cationit1nUbomeone of thenashibnabro resorts of pleasure mATINGfa rTheh will iLpticut unt lthcy can sU flat EoIionangle made of thrco small fish bones Then they only liandlq thpDdfpod with tbe left hand Tho inhabitants of the interior pf the sairio i llnswi1ot partake pf food while a cloud is in sight espOv ily if the cloud lies in the west feanng that the Great Air Whale l g ottpIihpojthcefn upon and utterly annihilate weia l31 h rr ye c fA T I J 1 You Get A I the ProfitsUnder our plan ofseIi1ng carrlssez baa JiI g1eafldbarfle21jOugettheproAts Theiob JreICIM btirnnllretUuarecocout Bydealine treet loSiiBugq w1ththemanaf4ctaruTOI1 pay only the cost 0 ftff AI1I witblettber = N iadkmaking with omoderat OarplanoC profit ndd d6na yon P Selling Carr1agDhct Wtet 1stact1ony rinofleyin3f aiaiedlatlanai Inrmr1TheoLuMuscAIlMM4NANes5 J = 1 Box77ZCs4bwO1I 1 S Soldbyjf J McGabe Wood WfmsaW K HWUj1ici1 L dbn Robertson 1i r nr Jsk f FENCE MADE IROMWSS F incing a fan with steel is aIWi aI I wsawbandSAtwhich is found in the coiintry fa very cxte4nsivelyi mined thjO owner s f the quarries being ntoinfoTnl f d residents of this city The ston6 dnotJ i dntoi pormUnited States A lrg9numbrof saws are kcpit fonstantly going sawing oui thef sltieThesoiqwS abouVPinc1t About 20 saws arc worn out e fachu sps cst and most indestructible encS L cyersaw It would ho out of tIVquesJidni to put up such fences as an prjginal investment but itisiound to be muchclfeaper to use thewornoufSliwsior fence rails an to ship tJlCm baq5tQ tjie steel t nulls r Washington fitar a TA1TP3 EWZS ghEpickrror PoIessor Taitj whp hag just gned the chair otmraI rep hy itt nbUighUIllveJSlty Ii a his j ewritada iaschiating g1eutjn them eyes roeeyiieldthe object l oJ jdat7WJien1ithey flashed rotind rthnvcseenaI1 Icuunder TaitseyesthouglitbereweroI li ia ProfcssorTait oncedonslrat Oiathaticallrt tion that a goJL ball could only buocalculation hdltl good until his own Jj n crIALla itEgcr3 Tht Follow J41 Wake ofToo ulIVQtUn Whenit cqntjW4o the marfei p ot a41entilatiop chuiteste abyilt ft Tmough to have tt theory at hlanninii3r1aveshooC1Ofit g Jihort of Bchitillatin AS t1 Cfdseqn 10t9P9ELQ 4n IJ1c2 r linfthei p can show ipdredcan ith ain open dcjor in KITioaiL1 aVleastl riucjisksu mothmay reasontbly bo sah1o btt due to ventilation than t ill cth t er causes cOlIlb naaI tecllfih wheileIonutyl fromslepng a a 4 gVaduatelif one of the leadhigima r pig schools she had thor 1lstudied the subject of ven4iatLnns1r s POSJlbOil m tc1ligep t p f yeitkrom ir j ubjecBlla foisietsi iin Wpnians Home CompanioiiS NDtOtWi OTAL Ax t I ilAE i The Scotch are tie mfw j stap eptics earturl r 0heIriandtjff rp the merieans5and 1Qm l tlimg has epnfcribute more leiLual1rance where dyspuepin iii ktndvery citp amount pi 1D4atCQapri tt eithkllS0011 bCCOIBtS n soIUIma s V i 1i 1aiI apii That is tsiL 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h1orkId prices l liefjS RiNG Jgo ItI j rr rlti Ornaenta1Treee Shrubs kMM Sm U Frfdta Asparagus Rhn 1n 5 apt everything for Orchard L jraaBd Garden Pricses tight aa wto aceD but sell direct to tte pkke rJ General Nursery and yt tal3Kr nrberrr catalogue on ap tROII p P ILLtT4MEYt- RPlifl 9 Lexington Kjr cafiiRH iMi stISI- t ioe4bU t 13y a CTNJ Balsa I ptbd dLsi4 1nebne Mei d-Me Lit s wt s aivbsd iieti fmt 1kfleii It et dq1D5to tIdMTiil Bze cathuWnGx ToW SIIAAME- I ci t PWK lit Patas MMtor wflcImbeyI4tI e afcoTria were taed M C- Ures t 7WWS5Ib1OMgO1d their Sntwetyyr1Ikrery1 i7ae71 feho ity It cwreat aU re ol t OR aa e Zeac Povoi 11dypeti e IkabegoaiMel h1c1iaaataai1rebyIiai iii u tUr W COMM ubiii Iyjfev or have ilo food HI sr Osvglu eoldc lambtgo w b rli MiHa IMM bek- fiUt iMMAtoi cured ttNsSthaIalaRdB1kda11ut1 as j ea I 3ar than S000 pIIyRICi Ma his eoBseoded Bensons tatir M a KMMdy to which the pmbU ray tew fa Heit wdUMM irMl fa o Mt with otiwr pl tm eas ivafljfli 1twr6ws U iWt am4 camp imttkwOM- y deeaIatMJesuIg ctari t I r How OPEL == I iSii1burg Ky ti fu iin1nd liE pztroiag if ti S jubIi e 1SV jii iii td ridi ii njjei fdr fldur p r A1aol piy tajsk rot r j rid BtJRNSPiop arl a 4 Yb lay u1Sosli akosia Str 1U7 CSMI oi21devJ l Iri AB0UT TOWN q 1 j JjfJ li H iJ it t JaJ i 3 yotlieeed oits for salt at Ion 1ke 1srAgo1d breastpin withl i hsr at tachfed Finder please l ytNEWS LEADER Officefo If you want a cheap media or good hats you can get the betof its kind from Mrs Kate AllTillilms MUivrandtnents aMfte1ci choiceiw111te at f1 tfO each if taken now Apbly a this officepThe NEWf LEADEn jOg office Is well equipped to Juri out horse and jack bills anda1l siowrier3call and get pricest FOR SALE4OUO extra large fi le brood sow and one Jersey milch cow MRS NELLIE K THDRMAN Springfield Ky My patterns are especially good this season Some of the come from Chicago t inhesthe latter part of next weekIMRs KATE WILLIAMS thPouDOnCounty COUrt day apair of spec tacles Owner can have same by calling at the NEWSLEADER o onMcerehuThe d nnbrs ryooby the ladies of the Presbyterian church on last Monday was quite a success in every way About 62 is the amount realized for he benefit ofthe church HartwellEfchBrtngton of Will isburg bag Sweet potato seed or sale i J Mr Etherington rotht tb this office last fall one of thelatgest sweet pot atoes we have ever seen and the seed ar from thiis variety Garden eedt have a ltbe varieties in bun mostly of the latest and best1 especially in t peas bearig early corn and In melons Norther b seed potatoes at lowest pIiceTrvour Bliss T1lumphtne bestof all tJos P A BHAIJER There was a good crowd in town Monday and the offerings of live stork wee large but prices were not high and buyers were not as numerous as usual yThefamish us x list we ard unable give tha saes in detail Several stallions were shown O- bthestreetl and attracted agoos deallof attentioniSeveral Fiends and relatives o IIfwho left here about two months ago for japan have recently re tcievedHableton in letters to Mrs Jr H Lampton Judge Selecman and others writes linterestingly pfthe country He says they had a pleasant voyage over anfllike the place The letters were written on March the gad The town In whicirtbe Habletons are located is called Kokura Sister Hyacintha one of the Sisters of St Catherines of Sienna died at that place on lastFrtday after a snort illness S1s Bfyancintha was known to everzonO Who had occasion to visit Stf Gaineiime fp years past as it waspart of her duties to to recievdi all visitors odh jber- pleasautaLaliQspittblEiwayt l ways madei visitors feel welcome She ban been pt tbe instution Since a ch lid and had spent her life faithfully in good work School Matters For everal years past the School Law has prpyideX for he grantittgpfj diplomas to pupils bf bo oJIiJJ1on0t5chpo L hb tiave ctpletedthe course arjd pajs ed 31 siHsfactory exaraioEltionj- but j until the ipreSen yetSrllittle interest hst5 been taikea id this ordpll i riagi one pupil Pn pasfied the examf nitifrnj and the fPllowingyQar tl1lSh wed a Ia6k of interest py- to6f ct thatorily oqfeapplieid for Md iKcJr dd lin obtainingl a dl- as plooH Thisyear fapvyeve thbo 8pl r tot heei uaifon was 3om what itlrfedt btthe CJiI6rby tedalMJthip1lPit f9tala PK tbe high st tnragepja examination lner wer toth ts for tbti prii a1101 Eiic5b slcaea iio gass iii ii ing The prize wis warded to Master Joe POlka wbp had been a pupil of Miss nettle Rudd during the precediog term Arrangements are bing made r the presenting Qfi diplomas durinjEr the Institute week ertheexerIfest by an entertaining program 4P be carried out by the gradu ates themselves Mr Bush renews Jut offer tf gold medal to that pupil who ll obtain tjie highest general ayerageo examination for the succeeding school year In ad dition to this MrC W Stall ings will offer a prize to the upil passing the most creditable examination in Arithmetic tbe papers of the applicant winning the other medal not to be con dered in the contest These offers will be further explained during the session of the Insti tute before mentioned and will be strictly fcrpupils of common schools Through the efforts of the Sup erintuidant this work has been Stimulatedt and b the means of arousing the teachers to more thorough and compltte work the preparation of thdr pupils If they will orly- auifesta like interest it will result in mush good notonly to e pupil preparing lor the expected examination but itseffects will be visiole in everv department of school work andasno- ecandoargood work without ceiving some part of its goodh will prove benifldial in its re SuIts evento the teacher OBITUARY On Sunday nightFebruary 10 1901 Mrs Julia E Gregory wife ql James F Gregory of eechland Washington County Itpassed away from earthly scenes and entered into heavenly rest It is seldom hat a family c lurch or comcfiunity is called upon to give up from its midst one so tenderly loved and so wpithy ot esteem Mrs Gregory was the daugh ter of James and Mary A Wist nd was born near Periyville io fBoyle county Ky June 19 1860 In the providence God her childhood was nurtured in a home where faithful parents guarded her growth and instructed her in the way of life This early training by godly parents hid iits natural effect and on February 2 1875 in her fifteenth ear in a meeting at the Baptist Church in Perryville conducted by Rev Joseph E Gaiter tte young girlpubliclyl gave her heart to theSavioni and tookupon her uelfing where brook and river meet at the verge of young woman h odahd looking out on 1fJopening before her what could have been wiser thanor happier he dedication ol herself to God whose favor should ever after ward be as a crown upon her head School as weB as home and c aurcb has its influence in forming life and her earjy school days passed in the neigh borlood of home and in Per y ville were completed by a course of study of about three years1 duration inthe SeDinavy for young ladies at Lexington Ky under the management of Dr Rowland Then followed a few5 years spent at the old home in genial surroundings and in active en joymint of busy life partly given up to household duties and partly filled with social pleasure f April 21 1885 Julia E WestI was united in marriage to James F Gregpry of Washington coun ty Ky and this was the begin ning of a happy and useful married life Into this home were born seven children off whom six remain the youngest being an infant boy only two weeks old at the time of the mothers death In this family all the home virtues hftye been exhibited in tf very marked and admirable way After the birth of her baby Mrs Gregory Seemed to recover slowly fiom her sicnessi but i turn for the worse chine dnunexpecledly flitId rf Vas gopn fealized that the sands of 1ftw relioktoitButI- i few hours befpre thend carte the mertlbefs 6f tfee Jafnily were caiiled dh foedide thaiun flay afternooti iidithfe strengtti indtaloiriess pf tItiofaitb atfd ssubniissipnj sUe ienTderlyt spoke to Ihem h6r partiug Im salt es and trae1is Daring t14 early hours df the Sabbath F1 nightr wbeaqnletriess had gently failed upi her pearled body her spirit peacefully tooU its flight from earth to the heavenly home On the afternoon of Monday February 11 a large WIUpreseDtattbe where the funeral service was conducted by RevW T Over street anctin the old cemetery senUcelIbeaway tion A true woman a faithful wife a devoted mother a loving daughter a thoughtful steadfast friend a good hasIbor a lovely christian IlI s 1Therefuge and underneath are the eyerlasting armsDeut 3327 PASTOR PERSONAL 4i f Mr Owen McKay ofBardtowi was hereSuinday A H M Chord is in Cincinnati this week buyipg goods Miss Mary Brown has gone to lUoomdeldto visit relatives W F Qrigsby was at Willisburg Saturday on legal business Rev 0 Henry Prather is engaged in a meeting at Bardstown Junction Messrs Will WhartOn and Jim Chescheir were in Bardstown Sunday MiBs Annie D Grundy came home last week from an extended visit to Louisville Mies Sadie Mayea while at school Tuesday fell and injured her knee very Beverly Mrs 0 H Prather is visiting her Shepherdsvnle Messrs Green Hays and Hiner Neal two of Maple Hills dashing beaux were in town Tuesday eve Mr and Mrs Thomas H Wright andlittje daughter of West Point are here for a short visit to relatives MiSs Mattie Lee Williams of San Antonio Texas is a guest at the home of her uncle Mr W F Booker this county Mrs Margaret McDowell and daughtfer Mrs Mattie Logan of Boyle county are visiting relatives here this week Miss Margaret Pope has returned to Louisville and is engaged with Madame Glover irithe ngdepartmentMisses Ruth and Lucy Spalding of Bardstown are at St Catherines this week They expect to visit friends here before returning home MisS Pattie McDowell of Perryville and Miss Lizzie McDowell of Danville paid a short visit at the hbme of Mr and Mrs A C MdElroy last week The relatives of Miss Willie Knott of this place have received news that she is ill of small pox at St Louis From last accounts Miss Knott was getting along as well as could be ex pected Miss Fannie Simms has returned whereshlishment but which position she gave p on account of an outbreak of emailpox Miss Katie Wharton leftlast week lor Cleveland Ohio where she wit Jjoin Ler aunt Mre fiafena Fetter Royle and will accompany her on her tneatrical tour visiting New York and ofaer eastern cities Misa Katie expects to be awy until the summer season Rev R E 0 Lawson was at Perry ville Sunday and presided at a meeting congregation of the Pres byte0101the Church of that place which calle ts pastor Rev W 1 over countyMrtiplebetw Like Oliver TWiStr children ask for CougHCurecroupIt quickly cures all coughs and folds and every throat and lung trouplel It is a specific for grippe aath na and has long been well bnown for loopIng cough Haydon Robertson flNWIGR rotfiouf Regular Corespendent KevLB Fprd was in Louis vill last week Misses tfella1 and Lizzie Smith were In our village last Friday ftjr W T Lngsdon of Lake land was on tfur Streets thE first of tjweet JjlisS Mamie Chedtham wt d ha seen visiting her sister at thty place has returned to lier hbine at Willisburg Miss Sahlie SmfCh spent Sat tfrf7 andcunday with her it1oi fe Litgey dUd feAt5i Tyler bfiabloiweMiLi oitrfil- Take l Sunday j Jii1eaveall fegtetibi verthudh ttbtlidm1faHltbobwJimMr n s fardi near Bardstown Ld 8j wpnder who ii will troi 4 4 toLRU r teas Goods I Waist goods 1 I DressiodaBlltanilWoFsl Jaisl Goods i V I t fNrMohairs t Prunellas Glorias Almas Venetians etc I Cootand r Ernbtothriri s Jl IN India Linens It French Mulls Organdies 00l Persian Lawn Embroidered Swiss INCk 1anl11st PIi While IN- Jackotiet NainsooksSwiss Overs llPplique I 1MSH GOODS J all shades ofEmbroidered SWISS Mercerized Satines GingSl eweIrYiBeltsapdments OurStockofCLOTHINGHI complete and attractive Largest stock Wall Paper Ind1 Carpets have ever shown Please visit wewillCunningham Duncan Shoes Shirts fInd Hats Wehave some grate Bar DepartmentCall you buy IT WILL PAY YOU+ DCI SSFETS Corst11jeFloriafup tliinisNOTIONS6 Lead Pencils 25 Slate Penciis I box6colorpencns4c Ribbon from Ic to 40c IayardI thread fit 5c6ydsDress stays pr set 12 boxes tacks lOc 4 ply linen Collars 96 80 hair pins LQ E Is of we 2 5c 5c Be 4c submitted the trad F fe Hhgfi id Ky A Nice Thirty Editing this paper is a nicef thing iwe publish jokes peo pIe say vve are rattle bra ie tf we dtfht we ate old f If we publish rignial nfatier they say we dunt give them enough selections If we give ihetfl selections tttdYsay we are too lazy towtte It we dont gtJ to churolf we are heathen lf do Ufeffwe raa hipocnte If ouglittgo1wO go diit we renbtat tenaftig to opt ttasinesg If we wear old clothes hoyllaugh at ns If we wear good clothes hey sdy we iie a pull Now liatarwatodb just as likely some piiewill Say we this item trolI opr eichEtnge and so talilrplfynenlgnttakeDtitei16pii he throat soofhos the bronchials and exhilafatestKe 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dhfg ljit if Iictscr WatctJStjNl WANTEDCapable r15b1e uer6n H f Pl1Yofcr Tear payable JwcoldittJ p ilji soktoiy Bpre 2Cd all ipn fi fiffafght bona ideaeritIa1 ry oi jsilssfotfi Bfclary paid caca Baluriisy ahd cipcilsfi aoncf advanced eac weolr BTA ND ftp IhluUsa1isz erbisLieat 4 La VIJF SIMMS M1i MMT1NGLyr 411MM MATTf- GSIIDULERY tJ Ji RPIRNEII I HanJ fflaflfr SadIesI aild Raru t A Speciality WaIs eafI a full line Ql Factoy nutcie 11iSness ands ddl kit paijiiri ne tIyanpromrliyq el t r li4Imt AGENTS PO- Rbeerig 1 ffyestetito S 1BIttiF if1 4i o iMower Rakes Twines iii RepaiFf t Cra croft sold taii4t t 9tlt IVIi tFowerlul Insurance 11 rrogressiire iRe Is cmJ I SOUfllHlNMilM i Investment Cjinpanv j1JkomdtiI I Of G Lettniton wlIc tR Ky J G ftIEeQuoilfy1Springleldiy I i Wetrr 41 h ih i Wit WWiWiWN YE9 s 1 jll 1HD1vc4 titftTh Ji SfjGiVtuUiWJOJ StfThB FR ZjI if i jA i x1t 1 1 V1Y iO Si f J jthepal 1 buy llr i J f 3 i tCIothioII Ath- I 03 nh f ij I + 4AlfjjfFornII jf IsA HS- II MoChordEQbert1i i fri iihvi1jQ th J tIa NWEnd I1E = itij sftim yth uuii iitW f fjlillii LSW11Ifl1 1 I I1ff f m mt It Mt SI T ft TwoCarLoads ofBuggirnsT Sttrre1itfrhigW1OflSl ii0w JllaVe ott hand alia therein itiofei doming Com Let tijij fit dit out TFitli itelf biiggj Pitiem trstiit rDI E4ELY PLOW1IU- Mx d gttb 1mk T1- t t QI4ERLItTi1DW i11 Oj1et1p th gciitilnel rIaW k1Wif1F EJiM 1iidy QTTiRHJG1ELb1kf I Ttc = t1ie urse- g 31at Failedp cv WHC I 1OS REMAFIEZ iOUTW TED IUMSELF By itiarEaatttp Stabler 3 +4C4i 4+t+ AAA Wv CZ1t on the sunnyf k f li and counteti hirnscl f JiThrna and hb had reason rtc uu was warm lhis crops were 1flLi Lau IjLTiisita was hisS In th coiii1acc icy he did not see the cngcfu glar o of his one timo rivt aistho ark figure of Pablo VairO fcatihtcrci bY Etc sat andsmoked Vltlf tip fat qxis ginllcr born of th6 ridc oJ pos isbn incapable Of an 1 icm4vfol bcyo id lib simple two pl iiaturc lug IIye for Luislta and life iatrcdforPA BufM lhIp pfthe Situation vas jlos1bi PaW as he swung by with iis1oug loos strides His inannc- Viuddcnijiost air its devil may carov niUffercnce for Joses self com ap1acncy ciuig him more keenly than Luislta s inconstancy fcali EoZ lie wo 1d1i1o to tht hini thr9uhith his sti1ettoth little rSckc The g1it oi rQs itiang so contentedly under gcatfeUliXlliraacei ajjd Ids ireJtrnpvbettcr1 dir iccteSLiliah icLguc4ecl ior iffra- thcso Tcry vines and figtqes that f i cd wtpught tiaisilaf cision y Lijlaita vr s A nice girl with rarn eyea n id trim ankles and the iisualamonni romanticism in her Jjicsa about i iarrying ior love and Myniati Shj lovec Pablo and had aaiiiUtedis i rcch to him but there S familyItoauthpjpity bat stepped in and assert eii iefe in avor of Joso and bis 4liroad acres in tho fertUo Saita- Xiiez valley So miiii a ley de pithing ni s and an uncLrnls eouig4 ins rtyr iomr sho had duti iidly yielded tar point and etraigTit TCay pJuiigccT into the iTetailgof her ffonsseaux acejUby thq prospect vl going to Ji tfiSartyrdomin a eat anjgpjtnv j f jQsey i laiHited his success upi4i blos acoif lie hac with his defeat thenantlimike zngh li challenged him to hift3tiast have had the satis Itiot f6jE lying him a sound iiVasnjng I ut this ineffable self efinplacency ivas beyond his reach Jen ne 111 0 could iiof thriuh lri1 for siLth gin his oWii1iiUo aria mkkingto Ijimself Still thonorc j jlithouht a out t The inorO detei ihed he wai that he must tiitash f is JihiJ und aril lag the action to the I ft 4lin t madeIor11LI him s ondrnpilly tic Jtzt Insbalqose trilco 1irsl 11iaLhf1 igbtiot biiuIpi tte ii Lt i iff Jooitl n t cii zt thin or expresi ion for every tin- umeatlil limed a picture of Ltisitaf8 rj I1rotii eyes tu d Irini little ankles 1i Then Pablo ippeared so cu denly Vtfore bimj Hack with rage4 Jose rvttcd t his bet ly little eyes nervous V iiv the e ortof focustcg lus tohl on o nearer and less picas r- rt oUcet Je aid not look at nil lirt neii w 0 might bcoasily dc i cvcaintOft1C htbjjtVnblOWa5dCi tuned W i tfrc1henidie up to t1cgate Comeitottt hcte ypu dpward lie commanded xl have a score tot f cttlo with y UIJose bask ig in hiii comp1accnti jmood vraslo ith io see go i iomj in her and have cigarette nvilh mej lie ansTreredj 4ceminS it jrlser not to aptioe the inaimer and toncofPabl NotJ etnried Palo fl flo mot mDie ith jsncli as you you anisetsblc lit le jdur Come oat here r vliUd I rap the ground up Tvitk jyouP MblaTvaslixsice Josefs size aniiit soqiiretl no reatztreth1if tlui im ninaUon o the httcLeo him I gel mmdc iiLtO a iyiii h14 t icnt r hr wny 34TO be grew sjoretandjinprec Come ii ndLvn glass of ine with jhc Jtris made on my riVlace JOfltU1Cd The jiie iuio of thc niove1y front ne would titawithhia nose bro 1cn iici gone made him Iavl1rr have done Pablo an bL witlroulIJBCrttth ic general health of thcii it iTipende d da tile tocal health of j1icute w antyorginz When itv 4e 1ebi1iirg 4tains or InaniatationI kttaticn kini1c weakneM happilicaL arrin iractica11y 1khn of I ppy ciyes testily that tb t of ptn in niarrioge s founc M the uic of k Pierces Iavorite Pre acdplon It dries the drains bedsuI gtioi2 iii mn tiorianircures ft w tnakeak If sick wowen Neli 4II WiS JtSilcWpan Uouae 4i Lflak wrItes I am eijoy jood thIkstcycrJrkIdaC7iceI i suffcrcl m wi E4 otr thtucata Mr nici L ryiogtYice ad- c of prT rrce ttuwwe Go4eaMsdIcatDiscevryIaI I I1 4hapywi- cinvited to ciAIPieri 5r private ft WTietxre Baffaltf 21 Y S kzuuiIici of the opportunity but to Hgifc ncr It was unChristian The unfortunate hazard atjottt nis bxvji vintage however took the fofm in- ii Pablo s mind of a taunt of his pos rcssions I COme on he cried you miser able skulking thieving lying cow fcrd I dare you to cone out and fight me like a man Youre afraid io afraid edging up clOser and closer as Jose for the first time fhiftcd his position awl looked at hJm undecidedly tr8o3 he finally answered as it weighing the charge nor Tn no impressionfBy tins time Pablo was half way li the atemenaeing and chalng ing Come out here and firilit von upstart he shouted holding hia lhkl lace so close that the slightest pass from Jose AyotUd have struck iiim arid then hisjpuniqhment would have descended sWift and sure 9ou brass 1aecap corn oawith Your tricia l Come on now or Ill break voiir liPnrTllA Pn4Vlno whole ft mc dilated trltjii the force of lib rage till he towerJJd like an Irruptivo volcano pouring feizzling streams tfinvective upon liiif Victiniff head Jose had no fancy for a trial of their strength fNo he persisted imperturbably fyou ikstow im not I4iai and you arc vcry fllUCU mistaken IF you thinlc ihat s what I am Pablo menaced threatened tans talizqd th3jasting his clinphcd list into Jacs in dignity ft nan will nt talcto ink liimf strike out tint he would not for Josc cOniThring the disparity of their size wag thoroughly con vnCCl Iatlilthng was unChris trim Baffled and sfiausjcd Pablo stamped and swojro like a madman Sfev there th njf lieiairly shriek ed Stay thereilu your seat till you stick to it Sit under your accursed vines till you die and rot and may everything you touch die and Tpf you and the wonibn you have stolen from me you thieving lying half breed mongrel May she bring a cuitc to whomsddver touches her and CLOY her children grow up io irarse1 fiufiii ifather ana bring dis offacomin you pZWi spot you low fitii nder1unet sneak thief yoayot i3rcathcss and chiutd rd2 furled him But as lie dieajp0are around jthe corner fehalcen tfith Iris wrath he still jnjiltetcci exectafiona between his teeth In the blindness Qffeet i tirddeToi Iris urse Josehnd hanged iAixSrx pasty yehloir to streaked blue Nw 1i araic stiffly otici backed throrgh the 1oorway 4ircctioiJablo vjmLdetoiAUjils Bcjl saBsfacljoii HU Ws t mirkuornpJacenctyas sudde fluiO a tremendous rng aiid i ZVICvtnsag Jo l reriiueyed and ta ff rug f so tCTifiCi tb t1 ttle our man that he was i1LpIe turnecf his ashen fact JoTmrd he wundon md would iqt hiav- een Pablos form m swrie to see ith clovenyhofs and fiery breath t iding through the air winle his t iipplied the hiss pwronghit fancy she ring a curse to n tone May iioiiisoevcr touclw er ma she l bMadrefor tlds was Goo Fitday and- S ire change the moon ilitUYwere he curses he had Jrnown to havett liben called down in iiiis way iadng a train of desoation jina Gtruction in their wake Old Jaw Tienda was now crawling About otiqratches because the Patti brothers pronounced curse upon he feet- t that llad carried their sheep Away land he well rcmembered the time his fahcrs horses bed all died of w glanders Because there was a curse lip on them Jose had never pencitrated beyond the confines i little valley ancj the local traditionB I and upcrstiiious ofthe Santa incz j bounded his mental I3rizonlUntil the shadows gw ong l cold he sat and cowered ii Ins cor ncr his iqind circling nrourl those t awful WOrds and the blight that would surely follow Turn wlilcb way lie might his doom cpnfronlco him and thrc was nocscapc Her felt himself powerless in Pablos hands and the scathing words that iiad burned themselves into US core oiIperspiration yrtpod out On hiS forehead and the goosefieah on liisliocty as lie waited not knowing when the curse might descend But with the pming of the morn ing there came B sudden flash of iljlumination A quick light leapeaf into his eyes for the words may Whomsoever lobk on a new mean lug to him In the attitude of mind that says Yoiire another Jose bounded to his icet with a definite plan He began to see tire possibility of outwitting Pablo by shifting this deep crinson curse to his Pa blosypwn head To fee him blighted by his own curse withered by Ms own words fifciririn bejztAair frui BiIiousnsskve ICKTS aisd flnd them perfect Conldat da trithputtiiczn IJinre used lucia fornomc ttaa for icdjgctlon nnflblllbosncKs andam novr comi wctely ctirod ICtpommcnd tliocd to every bno once irIodjou never bo without them In tlio tamliy Eanr A iixax Albany H Y CANDY L rt MnW PnTataWa fQtcnt Tasto QooA WoO uvcrSlcioi WdUenor Otlpe10c3tc CURE CONSTIPATION ttritot ti t4pI7 MtIL3f Tist JIQ4OBAC UUflIC4 hr drug jb11Id KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests t cfbod and aJdt Nature iu rcOBfcheniaK and rccon istrucllnp the exhausted digestive gans Itis the latest dtSobyetcffiJliSt aut ind tonic Ko Qther preparation can approach It itt reJBcienejr Iib In stantly reUetes antl fmanenliy curesr Dyspepsia IndlgstUjn Ifeartburn Flat Ience Spur StOiniicll Nausea alttherrAciIittt erIectlIgton z qn2 LtL I Etrees acurs d by his osi kid bloodwOtdd be noth any ji pufffngfound his way to the hpmp of tho lovely Ddisita ills prgseijce at so i irly an hour tpbk the househoia by surprise JJe found thcr trim an kles guiltless of any disguise and tLC cloud flif Epft ringlets through which Jha lovely hronn eyes WE vont to glanop at him screed up into mystcrijbuslittie knobs all over ilierhead Notmthstahaing ttiislghI ofr her his courage almost failed him All his hope and puma the past year hud centered in her brown- e es anti turn jlittle ankles It Was liuisita las fancy picttrcd opposite hiinvatlus solitary piedls and LuisU la beitde iiim oil the svihny side of sdie patio it Wcs Ion her lie had planted his hollyhoplfs and mari golds and it was Luislta who was to have been tie proc and compan lion ot his faiUhg years for lie wds many years her Eenitfrnow liuisita being only a little young thing But Pablo words soared luau arid above all his other thoughts Never for a moment did his super stitious little soul doubt Pablo power to call down a cUrSe upos him andof all peol s his wa niost t be fenre fdr hs granl mother had possessed the gift of the evil eye May she bring a curse to whom soever Ah lAuMta was very lovely but site was only Luisita all tpldvhilo to see Pablo overtaken by his own curse would be Vengeance absolute and pprfect and the savage within him arose and clamored1 for revenge stifling all tenderer feelings in itt tensity Bewas going away he told her ifolks fax tvay perhaps ten miles beyond the va ey and knowing Lii isttas ghncef tod never wholly turned Jxcm the J uJdsome figure of Palflo 3jtck5dto himself at the obvions outcome Luisita would bacasily consokd an hen sire was married to the hatect Pablo just when he thought himseit comforta bly ensconced in the sevenhcav Vhomsoy0Yer f upon1LC descend TiieiJ wonld he Jose conic back to gloa iver im mock him jeer at ht- hit tfct failure of lila every un TflKin arI recall th scene of ur sLg Th that would be jx tdday I Tase w derui107rCd many oith Th nenGtra ed not only e1 but hund cds of miLs eond- he vaIhy Mc saw things aria things ho troald Iiave thought ivv yoftd belief in the sliadoxv of his own littte patio and returned at- J length with his borizott a triflo J roader but his lodging to gloat over his fallen rival jQtf whit abated o promptly the day after he reach l d home he betook himself to see he desolation iviought upon Pablo uring his absence to tauni him with the curse whtJlfewith he had ruined himself to repeat the words Stay there then till you the and 1 on pr he had it all fat his Mices end and would repeat itj loly while ho watched his victim rithttud cringe before trim But nhe made his way down the little crooied street his lips rubY ing with thO monologue he was prc paring he stopped suddcnU ana his IPablo Varonierc satjav dropped n the sunnyif a little patio looking the very liaPPicst of men nml uitli rooA reaaolhe sun was varm tlonljeet fl CiO9 ddn t bother liimia the least2nd uso nestling beside him wjth the nina On her lap wasineontstiJ1Y his Not until tfcI did sethati had outwitted hinisdf and Lt be vaa many times a fooLrAr naut DSED HER TEBTH It is strange remarked Mrs JIaniuittail refined looking worn an whose 40 yars of life had been passed in one h use that people are so careless nnvadays in giv fug rccoramchdationh to servants Things have changed in that ro spect as well as in many other ways since I began housekeeping You havfc always kept you serv ants go long1 said a listener a young married woman that I thought you ncver had any trouble with servants Well rcspjondcdMrs Ma hat tan the maid that always answer ed pl doorbcll youtmow I prefer maids to mansprvants Iii true house left rue latI tvoe ind I jidvertis ed for anotjicrj housemaid Among the many that applied for the posi ion was a young woman who had a very nice lttor of recomnriienclalio- nfront Mrs Kcwlyrich I cngogod her Yestefday I Jieard my new maid toy t6 one of my friends whp had called Just put your card be twecir my teeth maam My haiids are wetxchaig I had granulated lids lot twenty years I trf ed tean y doctors and lots of medicine i16 iio avail A skim had grown over ray eye and they grew vorsc until t could zot recognise any one across the str cj BMthcrlands Eatrle Eve Salve cured nU epun I ari welt ii ten dayr rrMrs W C VTcDd all Murfreesborb 5iean Gcpd dreg gists sell It daateYowei With foroceL5cysc erok Weakens Your Ki1ney nbcaHlqrlUJitys Hake Impure Bl oi All the blood In your body passes through yOr kIdney once everythre minutes youriIter out the waste or irhpurltles the blood If they are sick out 4fordertheyfajItoa lW T fhelrworklf r tjittjsnx come from ex eitss of uric addin the 4i blood due to neglected Icidpfouble Kf rouble uauses quIck or unsteady thoughThey kidneyiIsjit edJilJbe considered that only urInary kidneysbutnow1rridern beginningIf you are sick you can make flo mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary dkrf of Dr Kilmers SwarnpRoot the great kidney remedy ksoon realized It stands the hlghest for Its wonderful ures of thom diatresaing cas apd Is soldjon Its merits by alldruggiatsinfifty cent arid onedollar sz 5s itiw You inay have a sample bottle by mail of free aiso pamphlet telling yb w to find out i you have kidney or bl t trouble Mention tris paperwhen writ r Khmer Co Binghamton N Y A REBUKE TO TIlE pAnVEXO Not long ago tire present king of wcrCtin lug ronnntr a large number guests nt rfnnilrintrhnm relates a Amongthemvhose t ays and mannew were far from Tif reeable to his royal host One eve ling after dinner tire man of millions minus manners was talking very slowly about Iris re cently purchased estates and all that he palaceYourpay mo a visit he drawlcd in a somewhat familiar way to tire prince fi can promise you some grand looting And I assure you that my wine is excellent The pincc looked very steadily at his wealthy guest and answered so politelyThank you Mr for your invitatiin J am afraid not You say thai your shooting is grandand your wine excellent Well your permission I might some day send one of my keepers down for the and butlersBuuyiiug one ui iiijr for the wine It would bo quite a holiday for them I am sure and I know troy would both appreciate your god things TIE EXGACITtO IVIBOW Theri is a story going the rounds of the eastern press that following tiK introduction in the Minnesota legis at irel of the measuro prohibit ing ithe fuarviage of women past the ago of ko widows protective league Ms Uoen ormed- Nonscnsel lnhei are no widows ovjr 45 and It thue itere they would nbt need prGectifron so gaflanL othr ofmei Eota legislate Of course ta1ey measure vill not be made into aw Aid if iijt were at would be promptly killed hy courts There is no dispoSir0fl Oil the parto the public to prevcnthe widow or any other lady from seeking her natural prey at any jscason of the year in thfa state The only possiblu modification that would have a chance of passage Would he a bill making tt closed season on n1aniei that iit would not be lawful for ladies over 45 to hunt Idr their natural prey from October to May This would give mini a lair ihSnceand would not bo con sidercd tyrannous or unreasonable by any fair iiiindcdpersonrMinne apdlis journal DCEtlNC ITALY The duels fought in Italy dxiriflg the lust 20 years number neatly 4000 jof whih only 02 were Ifatal Jealousy and cohjiigaf complica tions jcvcre respoiislble for most of the meetings but it is curious to learn that onefifth tftjte due to felt gious jdisciisSion The ashes of the old church and state quarrels are agpaf ntlj still hot Questions frrorwomeu1c Art you nervo- 1compcteiy exhausted o you sucr every month Iii you answer yes toamiy t1it questions yo have ills which Wide of Cardui arcs Do yo appfedate what perfect health would be fo you Alter taSdog Wine of Caidui thousands like you hzvercafc Ized tt Nervous strafe fai of sleep cold or Indigestion starts mractmal dimoders that are not noticeable at growiatdfroublesome clGaroul jusca Just before the men Etrual period will feeep the female sysm lapcrfect condition This medicine Is taEen quietly at home Thrtis nothing like It to haip women enjoy good health It costs S to test this remedy which cicrscd byi000GOO cured women Ajj LenT ftlwi East Si Louis IHJ am physically a new wofoan by reason of my uic of Wine of Draughtidcr7 Depaueoi CbattsnoogaMe5J tno O5ttaflOO5 rnn 7 A UTTkt NONSEKSE Itlio Attorney Passed on to tho Ifext Question And what is your age madam was tho attOrneys question r f prompt1y j I understand that madam I taean how old are you j J am notXld sir with indjgna tlon iI beg your jjardon madam I nean hoXv litany years have you passed iNonc- the ears have passed mo fHow many of them haVe passed you t stoptoingj Madam you must answer my question ji uitb iu know your age I dont know that the acquaint ance is desired by the other side I dont see why you Insist upon refusing to answer my question said the attorney coaisinglv fl amI sure IAfoitldJteli hqyrjald Iras if I vcrc asked But nobody Would ask you for enoughtokiiowwoman her age Anti the attorney passed onto the next question Nashville Amen can DANGER AHEAD The Pug Say Im in a fix ThcPooale Whatisthat The PqgIf I turn up iny nose at the bulldog therell be trouble Yet how can I help it New York Evening World su lySSOUHCES AT hAND performanceof the spectators at the seance Tire medium says the room is too coldt replied some one who seeded to know I should think she could lap up grumbifcd the other and call for spirits Gbicag6 Tribune ShORT LESSON Little Nephew Is it truer uncle that the bark grows thickest on one side of a tree Old Uncle Groutt Yuss Nephew Which side uiicle Uncle jSroutt The outside Exchange EASY WOHK FOR DTLU One of the magazine editors says that a poet to dogood workishould perfectingeditor to exclaim Bill Jones of our town wrote ten in one dmsyAtlanta Constitu tion ALL niydaughtereast since you found out I was trth so much mortey nhe Young Man aAniritfgly No filter sir than tire subject war ranted Detroit Free Press TIT FOn rAp Jacki admit I dont understand Yotz wmen arc all pnrles jjll WhMh proves that you men are all stubborn JkIdlJillYes 8 inply wont givQ- Us up J1luladelphia Pregs NE55JE5 EXI1LiAT10 1lmt was the time RivjcraVcnt dn to say that I was utowned to all intetlts t1id purposes the doe tors by hard work brought oe tof1Any cause assigned fo their rash tlctr asked Brooks hkHigo Tribune PUDttiWED AGONY henry youre such a sleeper Im sure roiuL like those arctic nights six uiotilns long No youre mistaken In three months youd begirt telling moit was time to gefc upCliicaigo lecr ord a KO inbFiT ir iTi She llcs quite a rising young fiulhofj He goes in for feahiiii ytiu know H6 = YcsJ but he hasnt realized on his waitings to any extent Philadelphia Becord tilil tEASo Why dodt you use your uinbrels la this sort at Weather Because it 11 ieittOhio State Journal I have no hesitancy iri fectftnrriend l lag Cbambcrlaitts Cough fetriedyf aye2 P Moran a welt kndW1 cc f pQpu1ar bnker ofPetcrsburg Va i Wo hmvZ friveii it to our ehlldFcki when trpubie jwlth bad coughs alsff whooping IOtIiarid it has always ilaisfactioii It vragiven perfect recommended to rue fcv druggist as time best cough jnedicin V children as it cdhthincd no opiunt or other fcarmfm dgruV Sold by Hc loii Rocrjt on jJoodio Uranny Mctcalfc of Iron tncicv 9 vbirs old rnytitlmt1 Jir 1IO1- L5IlIIftJirIlOiey JIifAV Imn im n ti li Jtoiist and JlpotiMfnl roined tliat ato9flOflArei ta4lffi pEOJO dpIu- Iif ScUJ ovcrywlwro r cnp I MuruHco Many a man tas boon insured against Bright1 dteease aibates or other dangerous ailment by a fifty tent bottle ofolflyf Kidney Cure Wood Wipustt- l rT P1pplusflLBoiilcFreeoSurfeferV fctJ Uoesjpur Skin Itch or Burn Disi YOUveel shapiedfo be c ii in Do Scabs and Scales form on theSkini Hair or Scalp Hayc you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on he Skin PnictclingPain in the Skin oils Pimples BonePains Swol ihin Joints Failing Hair All Rutt EatingSoresjtqms of ijczema and Jmourltics antI PoiSo s in the bioottT cure to StZ cured 5take B B B Botanic Bldoa Balm which makes the blood pure auiI mauickthealforeyeihebreath sweet BBB just he irem forthorotiglilyreaders are advised to tryBi B B Fdr sale by druggists at per 7arge bottle 5CompleteTo sufferers may test it a trial bottle AddresBLOODDvS2ribe 5our trouble and free person I iSau was rattled away dud tire sitit was swamped Not 0 man could swim Time rdi tlidrou1g1ulytthomtin aplzedoyeHth1iboattheb with another In tills mnnncr remaJOihgindnlost having released his bold on the skiff and attempted to negotiate the cur rent But this did not end tho womans withherOwn side of the shore And secured an other boats In whlchishe saljed to ftopposite bank and carfled back the dripping survlrors iI Couldnt See the nnmo I cant for the Hfu of me see re mnfbed an JSngllsluuan durtng tbo course of conversation with Nat Good win once what people mean by Amer lean humor To me all humor Isnlikfc whether It be of American or English origin Perhaps ypu can explain to me Jnst what distSiisnlshos American Ifcor from any other sort Well refitted Jir Gpoilwln I think the American type of iuinqr is rather fullyImpresstiiom you think about It the funnier it oins I can perhaps best Illustrate my meaning wfth ji llftle story A man was walking along the strcet one day when be passed another man wLo was cnrry hYg a letter In his hnildV Pardon me stricT the man situ the letter Do you know where the post otuccisic Yes said the other man and pas cd oh 09 second thought ho decided that be haul been rude and went bncls to where tbe map wittx the letter mp a still standing IDO you wish to know where the postofflce Is he asked 4No said other man The Englishmans gaze was vacant Just turn It over In your mlndyfor a few minutes and tell me what you think of It said ITr Goodwin Ten minutes later the Englishman clutched nt 3Ir Goodwins elbow You cbap7lhethey were both blawstcd rudeSat mOos Evening Post C1o ncn Penonlflcfl Theres a good story told on n young follow here noted for bin closeness He went to spend the night with a friedJDurJwg the entire night he betrayed much fcsflesstfess which Irept the host wide OAvakc and finally The slnmheier betrayed signs of violent emotlpn lies going to have a nightmare the friend but be always grambloslso bateKoIger sitting up in bed staring orj flicf miserable sleeper anil finally bccqm Ing alarmed lie roused him Hp sprain Ip In bed glared wildly around niiM satilr Where am I 1 doat see tie storor Why here la my roomf said ther youjpardon for wa1iugyou up butyou car siedonsolliadtofl Beg your parecn gasped thy gu4e shall uevur be grateful chough td you dreamed I was out with ijlssf Bud and a terrible storm came lip and my shoes vere new and I was just ovdcrlirg a coupe for two when you roused me Old boy you have edyed mo a dollar And the host says he wile actuaW afraid togo to sleep again that night or fenr time coupe would come LoUls vllle Times Tbolv Aootber 8tbr When a poor youag man tnaTrFes a Jch jrlrl nil time Trotrjen oay be iii ciJcenary but wherj fl rich men njtfN rlee a rich girl they say such a ilottf lavho most bonutifnl thWg b tS world New YorkJPresa Lri IaTHE FFSPR1P- OF hffLEDITARY BLOOD TAINT iSbutamno3ic4fornioBIoot1P015012i hp is tainted by either will seem the curia rae same aisease manifesting Itself in the form of swollen glands of the heclt and thrbat catarrh weak eyeil pffeusive cores fcnd Jibsceksea and pf tenthnei white swell agshife signs of maytrflOUtEhalsnsfor uougumne brinectisease dcve1oc1- n feome tales but the poison is in the BJdod and will break pwt fit the firstf7pr thiswastlnUbaimihg tip th blood and stimulating ariflf invigtfnitiujf whole system Jst esiizratnkSquare Nubvflleenn cutherforebtidthe Mc of fact canieafrolleu sue hunted Sonttr of Ihe bit dbefori Jrfre and elsewhere tteuded her without toy Wfiefif We decided to try 8 S 8 firfd left cured Bet ea Urelyj iik E and pure bqd fo jfdsh and sCntIiit true body1 and pbsilive and safecur foiScotu1 It overcomes all forms of blbp rjison whether inberited cr acquired aoa no remedy o thoroughly and effc vcjy cleanses the blood If you have dByi blopd trouble or your child has inhcru somfelilood laiat take S S S and githfr jblddd in go xt condition audprevesV the diseasfeTlorrjeicrthcr damage Send for oiirtfejs h6ck and yrrite o f pirytidalia sbott 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