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WRJliurman BldnirOsbornc VDeputlw Byroa CroaUe Ed Masters Tames vMoore county Jjurreyor T POBryan Assessor R WardT cpuly B CaPbGll County j Jt M jrtitsfIIL XontgometY Coroner jl rWH Baker Police Judge 4 rebn race Marshal f Wl D Ctaybrooka city Attorney JUMTICB COURT A Justicei courts are held In january Ar r iraKd October tpHURCH DIRECTORY 2 t t1cHtliiCHc Kav O HamWeton tor Services vyery Sojidny at1la m and 8pm Sunday joit830 Priyer Meetlnn on Wed Blghtnt739 p m y C METHODJST CHURCH llqv 6 HPrathr PastORj Services on tiUTiMt and TblrdS11ldnJs to each ninth- fctil am and 8pm PRESnYTERIAN CHURCh i flevBE O La soDptorscl vices erery JttnJ FatIl a m anti 8 p rot Pruyar Meet 0ever rhnrad y night i CATHOLIC CHURCH Re v r P KeflHCsy pAstor Service every Tdy Iot aBd 10 oclock a u Service at StgeItmebour tCBTflUICKRev S fVljlojClpestorl Bervces sec Sunday in cackmonth at the Methodist ourcix FR 1RNft1 ORDERS Msoinc IiODOE fiprifcgfleld lodge Nu 5tf BCtsoco d3Cpria y in each Hiqath WaAingtoVltO tihapter No meets every third Monday S rlB 8 14CouBcttNo 52 meets very kurtXosday KNiGHTs or HOSOF Meets every second nd fourth Monday In each month 1csJen rs t11ns JtAcAUEE51Ieel every trsfW odscsdav ofcacb month I O tt M tuCK lUiVK TRJEB N 21 I IMeets every Wednesday night tn WIg warn CE1r0V Hall L and N TIMETABLE a Arr1TalandDpartrotTraIsd = TJ 42 i 12 Ar tprlng5eld iiv no i 2o 11 3 VuJleymll5 1135 Sl oBooIer 5 47 47 IL54 Uroakes 5541 W l11TWoodlawn6 03 a 13 R II 27 Early Times 0 2 J 1 U15BardstowD 62355 4 10105JNamreth630803 4 HS5 UI Deatsville 0453 50 ii I01OiCanospringO 5 H05 0 1Q 00 u Hohlis 6 iI tf5Clemmont101400Mfi anShepherdsvllle ilubers7 273 i 2South ParkI sI 7 8SO South LouIsville 700565 ID it ixILv LQUis1neArls05610 arc uIeLI the oIl fatal of aItdJIl KINEY cUIElla11M J I or mopcy teiunW ContaincI rttaadtoi recognh d by emi ncghyiIcatut1wbestfoiandt t xaJWfM f4 r the Bewoki jinriakterwluitails youI uadachetd n 4fcc r Wit ueyorgcrwuLuti r fcowfilrcrOpatttKltt OASCARET3 Il- pIlMire cuie you without a gripe or M Hroduc easy natural Luov m yoffc just 10 cfaUta to start 9fJ+ r hMHb back CASCARETS j MCMAwrtt ihe genuine put up iin 4 MJlry tablet has C CCc t Mk 1swars of httaUoo r 4 tt i4aC1dhionclitg1 take lneTarHoQey ltGJcnr- Mq UIh 3 tbebrondhiagua r i the lungs AlIdrtl II scire no pay Foleys Honey an Ta- trcsuW1ur i No u v r Il 1 Nrwsiumrst 1 rI ilk IvotIII YKINrIJciYAPint KIDNEYDISEASES FotEYSjJt 7jrTrT- iiii I9Oiko1 j TTTT t iT c I c jtf Jx M BURTION BEN HAYDONSRJC HARMON tSJ 3I3 CCY j1- M1BURTONI o 11 f E COIj t1 j t f 1 Irf iv f1 tOW1 r Ir l THE LE7DINQI f 1 f t s i 2 h 3i r JI 0101N NOERTAKERSO E AND EMBALMERSIt1B S t1 t11i1 4 I1a Keep phhand a full Iineof Caskets Coffins Burial Rob S artcipfr thing used ordayIr 1V V IIAv VV TELEr HtoNE 5SPR1NGFILDI KYJ = Cf = vm r = = = = = JIIe S Odds and Ends ojf 6ossipS9 5 Have You Joined thett Buffaloes a 0h1 mind the weather 4Paasi oTIAnd the wheat may ft1to sprout t Perhaps the summers coming With the lilac and the roser But heres the burning quessfontHave you joined the Buffaloeal u a Who caries to talk of China 7f eAnd iVOr the isthmian affair J Ttie ono important question That disturbs the worlds reposet IcdHave you joined the Bnffaloes 0BeholdUp thejreoling stops at night And monkeys at the keykole Till the darling strikes a light Hiatl Listen Whats the matter 3D weII Everybody knows lys the ln1versal story Be hs joined the Buffaloes Eleotionlday iis coming And cheap cigar is hero TIIn the bockness of the beer A andLooming up on many a nose Will proclaim to all beholders How men joined the Buffaloes Chicago1 TimesHerald UOR THE PUBLICThe- uWashington County Fiscal Court at fls late session did one rood thing for the bei efit of the general public and for vhicb itrU tobe commended Piqvlous to the advent of water works 11ip1ainthard town Joi which to get a goqdriuk of water for man or l beast and many a hot day a farmer corakg to town to spend his hard earned money has- ounditcljfficult to find a water leg place for bis horse and some 1m sven for himself It baSI even been said that the incon venience experienced in finding Fgood fresh drinking water in Jtbe town has caused many a wellmeaning ViSitO1tOreSOrt to tbe saloon to quench this thirst sometimes in something probably more satisfying but rtairily more harmful than water To overco e all this and asa public improVemept the magistrates Of the County at their session lastI week and at the solicitation of some public spirited citizens passeci an order appointing 6 committee to investigate the cost and to take other steps towards erecting a public foun tain with onneltionwhh the water works system so as to efford a free public drinkicg paceboth for man and beast The jjfountam will probably be erected somewhere on the street near the Court House and will be a great convenience as well as aitHevjdence of pujaljc enter prisfor the county and the town s1m EDUOTIONBy the way tbo Fiscal Court indulged an economical bumoirat is last term in one rEgard at least and t the same lime gave the can did ales and prospectlve candii ates for the pffjjailer a rap An rder was passed cutting down the jailers lees for opening the- Court House for the accommodation of court sessions from 54 o 25pThis in the course of year will attount toa cpnsid etable sum and will cut down the inc me of the jailei to an amount that inakes tthe office lss desira ble Howe it is a sale ttp say- here viII b4 no laek of caiidi ates for hat always popular ffice l r f t D IUFFALEST1eBuffa1oeslt lt 4J H which was started no one knows where and which is growing astonishinglIy ip mfembershio as been inttoducedin SprFbI lf1toenl ted into the mysteries ofthe l order There are HQ very exac ting requirements it seems for one to become a member and the expense attached to the ordeal of becoming initiated depends circumstances The norai nal fee for Admittance said to be eleven c4nts but one of the rules oflhejorder is to return no change and thus a candidate who handslolit a dollar to pay his eltiven cents fee may count dOllarlIlora toe members of the order which will have to be experiencad to be fully appreciated ff BUILDING Mr John ciXEW Biairber who built the opera hdus is sow understand contemplating erecting a finq new building on the old Mulveyj rjhouseit is raid wilt be built for a britt Wijbeil Wij street A TcatltBo lHl Ircin Old EBdahH j CougjiRemedybronchiti3jjsays Mi Willifci Savory of Warrin ton Englandlilt HaS saved my wifes flfe she having beejt a marttr id bronchitis for over Sit confinertoIt is a great pleasure to the m1fa turers of Chamberlains Cough Rem dy to be able to publish testimonials of this character They show tht id8uffedid this remedy It is for sale bjh4rn Rpbertsbri V To clre CoBittpatlen TcrererT- Slce Cits Candy Catliurttc lOc or c C cure drugsUW retua mar- laity MACKYILLE 4 From our tegular Correspondent j James Watts Jibugbt a bunch 4fhogS4 150lbs Iraveraging mJ Vill Bottom at 5c Woojl Graves sold a bunch of boats avferaging 25 lIbs to James Hamilton at 5cvWill Bottom bought a sow and e pigs of Boo May s for 2250 and sold them to W if Hatchett 2tWill s solda 7yearBbttotn Id mare toWT Comstock of i tbwfor 45your The young people were given i sboial atthe residencei of Revtt B P Couch last Tuesday evetrng 4IIrreport a nicetitnecMarried on the 2d Dr Joseph Demaree 1nd Miss Eva Hatchett t it the brides Iom near town t Rev RL Purdom of East Texas We extend congratula ions DortllRnyalty i linsering fliuessof cdnsumptioQ Funeral services were conducted t jthe following day by Rev R L jPurdorA dt the Baptist Church in Macu lie after which the remains were interred in Peters cemetery Reed Thompson onO of our most popular youog meh who has been atteiidiDg college ut Richmond Ky has returned home and accepted position in IT Trents g nora grocery and dry goods store Henr HIlton bought of Oscar Sweeney 10 bbl corn at 2V25 and a bunch of 12Q Ib shoats at 5 cts Died on the 30ih at David Bradlys near town Howard Wright in his 25th year after a Ishort UJoess of ole week of tpneumpniaj The funeral ser th8iOliOW1iogday Usburg cemeter tv Oscar Sweep y and Osby Tuuey left a few days ago for v GraJlenMiss Ada Humphry begain a subscription school at ihe public school house last week Given up to Die with Croup tonKgirl bacta severe case of croup the doctor said she could not live and i gave her atbottleTar the first dose gave quick relief and daved her life Wood Wlmaatb Thduand of persons use Suthcr lands eye salve who never have had core Ir strengthens the eyts makes thp vision clear and distinct YOUjneed aboutitW NTED ACtlVE UCOtCharacterKentuckSforgW1101181II1payHonestyrequlretOurally cityEuclose solfaddressed stamped enveUl 2fDearboru a SomVthin5 About Funs1 ton Gen Frederick Funston was born in Ohio in 1860bub was reared on a farm in Kansas He started to college but bis money gave outatid he did not graduate He then did alittle newspaper work and then collected fares on Santa Fe trains between Kansas City andEl Paso1 He began hs areer of advehtur by a trip into the Death Valley of California to collect botanical speciniens for tbe governments in which he bad a very bad time Then for the department of agriculture he made a canoe trip frOm the head of the Yukon iver througq the to thell KlondikeII and redeiyed special thanks of the byJwitinghis western adventures till the Cuban rebellion began and in 1895 he joined the Uuban armyi intending to correspond for a- New York paper Ha dis tinguished himself in action and Gomez made him a captain When our war with Spain began the governor of Kansas ap pointed him colonel ol a rend1 meht His exploit in swimming a river ia North Luzon uuBera hot fire first made him known to the country and the army You know all k about it The rush the worry the- exhaustloJl You go about f CrtweJyou You cant throw off this feeling You workII What is to be done Take L- ISar3aPan J frslift For fifty years Jt has been lifting up the discouraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleep to the depressed SarsaparillaI sgeL1the leader of them all It was old before other sarsaparillas were born I JlM a Wile tfreaW Ayers Pills aid thctIon of Ayers Sarsapa rilla They cure bilIoUs- ness tte UaTeued Ayers JefDceft1f morittMil ytan and fcave said fropj theyerl start that you made the beet dfcIjje In the world I am sere our Barsail1Ja syed my tIIIIIleOIr M 7iL24SSW EI JW MNffiWt1eo111lfoilltwJo ftraM tre tc bet IMdkia1 s4yiei- e powbt nstwi5e theder tl stELe7irttIHIut QJoITD Lw1fH iI Between the timeof bis Cu tan service and his departur to the Phillippines he found tithe to get married Gen Futtstou is small ir stature unusiiaUjr so He be longs s idtimated bcffdr6 to the class of heroes thatDuma wroitf about None cjf the three fflfls keteers extfeedgd him in the au dacity and succefssr jof his enter prises 100 Reward l6fe Tub retWora rihis paper vrilffre pleas d to learif that there Is at least olla dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages rfnd thatjs catarrh hails Catarrh Curt is thE inly positive cUre knowd to the inedusil frrftftrnltv Catarrh bolng con- stitutionKt disease requireS a constin C4roisthe blood rind inucodq surfaces nhe Ryctcm thereby destroying tho founds tion af tho disease and giyirigihe tient sircnRlh by buKding up tho corf stitutioil and nssiailnK rtatitre in doug work Thoproprletor have somiicb Julth in Its cunitlvo powers that they ollhr Ono Hundred Dollars for any case thatit foils to cure Send fojrt list of tes timouials Add ess Fi JCHENEY CO Toledof O Sold byflrttgglst 7c1 Hulls TTamllv arO the best IF troubled by a weak digestion loss of appetite Conatipafisri try a few andLivc1For sale by Haydon Robertson B Presson PrerfaonVllIe l nEii vrrlles Nothing like Foleys Honey and Tar is the universal verdict of all who have ttaedit Especially ba this been true Of cough accompanying Ia grippe Not a single bottla failed to give rqlief still Not Gtuigiit Notwithstanding ihe reward offered for the capture of bfi wolf efforts to capture it bas pVoyed fruitless It is still slaughtering sheep iin the Stew arts Creek neigborbood gild vas sefn aafaln on Monday morning Several part es hive scoured ibe couuty for jniles around with dogs but it wait imposSIblo o locate hit wolfshlp The reward will sCand and it will be paid promptly and jheer fully by those vho hive offered itFa1coni SUek e It Geo t Ieardof rilgb ToWeff ddpr gia writes Eczema Br5k out tin my bdby covering his efltife bddY Unier treatment of pur family pliyii ciail He gt fdrfifa M be fcoifta ntfli Bleep for the WurHirig aric HchingWe used box Of Baafier SIte tI feijri and by tbe titttf I wW goW jHiffi well The Ikkke i HwMc ig- btnEd Stleic io iiforK flfMtf him iae e goOd tMtf aiyfhjlr 1 iafe done for ilm Wtfod WJ k CougHed fot 29itsI jf ef 4 for 2S7Cath with a cough rictspest hMii dreds oi dollar vrltlf dtfctortf ana for medicijies1 io nd avail until i usd J r DeWS Pent Tar Honey THis remedy makes weak mugs sdrcngIt tfis sav d my life 3 B Rfizell Gfahtsburg IlL Running Scfresi sleet it faolM Jrimijl p i etc qdickly cured By B nar Sly the ost hfalfnc1velJt Ute wot A lure oafa forrieir 11 kWIm satt i to vvmt ActaL iiri AMI iuTake Ladtki B6io Quicihl tahfHt Vll drtigjcUts rffUnQ tW iniony iflt alit toCure 8orsftle by flydoii I o dfOIlri1r Bnf1VDt + 1f W Il UiI t l J 1 t 1 JI6 t ff Jj l j 0 i 4 z Wai 4tfnii1 fldpkznsvillet satt d fiev W E Piner at the stFrfdftotfrt o BaWrdaiy Etotuin Ware stnMat1d it cdijrfc OIpaaifedby his ailitM1y aid p11 ed tfiiiy to cnrrrifi it deaiy 1pltfr wlifcli he wajstfaed 100 anti given 10f days in jail and he also pladed guilty to 4 using pWf ne lajpiiiafce fbf which he wandlO Tha iinpfisiffnment ffeatfiir oftHe penalty has jiot yit been ea foroed but It ifs said friendff of Dr Picer will be instrumental in seelftg that the full letter of the faw iis arried but It is saTd a felony Charge will b charged against Mr Ward He was 4r resteaagein on Jklondgy cbar iiihg him with assault with intent byIrn Piner was talkinffj when Ware to shoot him ThereIatiemptefl grfeit deiftl ot1l feeling caused by tTenewibl the WafePinet affair and farfber trouble is likelyl ttor occjir QUESTION ANSWPREp Yes August Flowel still has th lergest sale of any iedIOie- in the civiliJied frorf Your mcfjhrs and randmother fifever thought of using afrytbln k else j for Indigestion of BilionsBfcss lo tots wfire stare ant thTJ eldorij heard of Appendicitis fteffons Prostration or Heart Pailtiffi etc 1tbe1 used August Flower to clean out the S3Stth- nd stop fermentatioa offNuadii Kested food regulate thi aki dfithe liver stimulate the it vous add organic actitra of thjQ system and thtis all tidy Job WIttbelldAugust J oweiy in liquid fora i to1 Bike yott SMUsfiea tbe nqbing serious tbfr Mattert jritfcf you tarsal by fiaydpn iiobBrUdn Tketkcjitdy j4aheeiii JIciRE1IEP rk0AiN Ail VjwhcBse Charaterlftiii Pci Balm for eaiciiiKieE areMti M 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Bellfa Fuse Ta Heucj bsIiblk idff tff hfspthfits aad neyir wdrGood df1tiggisfwill Ujffi W1 ru askfor4yei C i fO hitr as kJcxh lflefls Pf TiL- 3ood tdrtigtk sell I Jfllf Pr4Budd ii d llsWes- TbtLjlot bj 4jrt- lvoiasaIl sesle Sstndsvu- ig1it1i iMrtbi dep ftdnsat- tOnti9 kf Oa oft1tos9cit41iR aw il jeal ova rair ct Fipfeer phLJ- aalsopf liw d Ilh riva11Ddfatt ial nhotgue- ut as to IW relaike twrtU of their sail afifh r erI-n tniiV Nli4d A refold fir o hi Mrsoa Muied i fotWl bife w little ftfrf pf t tke MPI o d a- tth8HtJtetf forea or his welpo C rovqt nity he drew a Ml w frlttfOfl bsd iijjl t drvs Thers wai not Q1Ib Isice t tll tho ball to tfke isd4nSf re bidkuly Md s ft aUed plttcs of le fell to tbe giet fisher didnt ialt Ol iQTe4igg tWo reJ sultsiiP aDd has tot JIK s 4tI4U Lsssou JIaJeoit l n uiw Ia4sbma- raetdjId j4hu f ls burdens It y ke st hsird tweet totted tIicejO 4W EtWate this IV thsb asid4d of exreIe- lheslwsyd bssbaIt the naeufu ttfrf df the Cm lM g9 nur Flauo Only li 1I lkd iourLng greur- dct4abtIII st1 b fuIt guaranteed t wltfctite tail m improved machiu erIc ci 1tl sic amour tbu IntM it proflt tm sd tr s pI sii B4sfl N Cs tgb1ihed lsfM Pstthr 1i MOM ii dbtantIv bth jMrMMt Ibjr 4isisgs lrr and H siis Kc p these organ in healthy cldI tda ta6 the bowe1sri1Ir atJ vt will have nd 6sed o a Moot ITdr this pttrp ie there i I4P1 equal to Cl mbeilain li Jlirt and Liver Tablets one d s f Ul do you more good thrn a bottle of the best blood pnrirJ Ptict IS cents SampJea Ire at Ha f I A Robertsofn drHf store Plocxl poUon cfrea reilt e frqi eipt Dr wotunU if not proper treu iBr Bells Antipain iis the must jOerful discuvtyofth t tc fort quick relfel of alLfiatfr ji 1d nal pato1 i llli iSLEADERPvd- uiraip r tfii Rsa I AFAR JAPYANQE G 1iExv IAvIsoNgJ t ftiaal9f bi lmefs nQtlcpsJO centner je fr JH iimJ wK ajriand 5 cents for clt QtJI1SitlQ VcIisttlnI4lr Jo weric kiat low rates lmt cas- bpII jer L t1e1ItS of 4t zg coUtraCtJ made Onl t Lri t8Jr ud resplatfahs oj respect 3 0 i 1JT8 t ty61trates htyOMts Of Jfi r g JjTHUgSD APRIrL Qtif JJ l f iC t ftorJLey- W f i tfjiprized to announce I T iCOfl MAYESV 4z Baidat6 for the office of Qonn tt ttoriiey of Washingtdn county Iti Mbet fslccUon 1931 forJ1i i lrate Hf ao authorized toianuonhce JAMES LMuiDDv- Aalii cnUdate or Magistrate in the iacrlckitown and Spring ld1o 9 nij rlflls iJovcmber ielectlou 1931 v 1 Fir Sheriff We aro authorizedtp announce BYRON CRO4XEV rUrtwMbtgtoncotJ tioa IDOL DeputJeB Sidney 0s Ibciirnu Ed Nasteis Ricard Jsbam are anlhorlzeu to aunounco G A LOHONEXV jkm candidate or the Democratic ijoMimatJon for Kpreeentative from TWertfnBtin county November eteo 111 f ft iiHE trial ofGaanettD Ripley conspicacjr in the Gpebel s toattdlwas called inslbe JFjrjraklia UircuitQourt Tuesday 1JOb sides annouticed read tin d ma work ot securing a jury was UeKun The lregultir panel was ibiosWd aterVfive men had been finally accepted with four others subject to challenge A rpecial venire was ordered to P yA when the jur was com ileted The COuimQnwealt- tltiIed fiftytome witnesses butt toy Bradley and eyJudge pfprroer counsel forSTyJ6iy ndtwenty others fairefl io respond A idOisjEMBUT is on foot and s t 4preirminaries have xbeen ar tngedfor the consolidation of the two Presbyterian colleges Central univerSity of Richmond rdCentre College atDanyilK The idea bal found iayor with nearly 1I interested patties ex cept the Richmond people who dont like the proposition to move their college to Danville as icontemplntcdA big meeting xvas held at Richmond to protest against the mOve and thare are thre1sdfVtaking1 the matter to the court T E Pbillipine warhas been a cosily thing on Jboth sidesi It iiatcast Uncle Sam a mint of b mioQev and tho rebels a lot of v itvef Estimates at Washington 7 showItbUt Filipinos have been killBci since tho rebellion in those islands started by- guhiaioA t rr3jbuisvitLBisto have a brick trUt Plans are ling 1aitoi consoliditteallof the brick mtlou iacturlesrofr tbat city with a capijal btockor about a milluJ doUrsT T i q eLt1NAtDO lSbOv Jteepin bscptog5ing 6n the ci lestioohcerirn Will r siin tIle pence prodanoution lo ins foljowfersr t t MR P1ninde 0 Knox of 1 Pittl3tirighasbe nSwor in as i AthrneyGnerif tb 4J oite- dTf Statt Lasttw conthed Jo L i 4Ntth r yery foIdo my lungs i J1wggavc ie1ief Fi Mfymy wf boCbt a ft of9qjinute Xo5rt4 cure tftsit effected speedy cure c Icsnotipeak too kighiybf that cx celent rcmedyrIK Housemati auaUw2ey1Pa11doii Robert rrIi bq h RiiI larebLi iIiiaoetes jron flitby a 1ty- of 1Iik XM 1 Oui tit Tfce Kind You Have Always Bought and ivjiich has beet ia uso for over 30 years has bOrne the siffnatnro of and has beca made tinder Ills per 2V- sonal supervision since its infancy Allovmo ono to deceive youln this All Counterfeits Imitations and ustnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with Iud endanger the lienltli ofVI Infants and Children What is sTIicntCastoric isn harmless substitute for Castor Oil Jare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant ItVcontains neither Opium Morphine iior other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrislufess It cures Diarrhoea aiidj Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tlio Food regulates tho Stomach Bud Bowels giving Iiealtlty anti naturalsicepV Tho Cuildren s Panacea Thq Mothers Friend CENUQNE CASTOR A ALWAY3 Bears the Signature ofIi Te MYou Have Always BOught JivUse For Over 3O jYearVccwrAucokpANy BTs9T scWornI VV V iA R1naDkabIcChqr ctcr- perhaps the moat noted lijKure in tho w ole group of kinsmen and friends who gathered at the home of Mr4 and Mrs J Yv Graham near Sbarpsville on Jhl occasion of ah anniversary cele bration as related in another1 column was that of Elder W W Gratfam Born on the 14th of August 1811 ho carries the weightl of ninety years Hghily His body is stllf erect and hei looks at least tea years younger than her isriina is still igbrbus and he keeps himselff well informed on allVV events Tuougb not highly eSudated he is a nxan or strong commonsense possessing a retentive memory whiCH has been strengthened b a diaiW kept By him for more than fittv years thus enabling him to gioaa intelligent account jof the most important local evejnts that hue happened in the lat tbree ters of a century wakes qUiUJi most delightful and entertaming conversationalist Early m life he became a JBcmba of the Christian Church atl Grapevine Mercor county near which ho has lived for more than sixty years For years he was the leader iri singing arid Sunday School York in his church About ttbvrijfiTe years agolie began pre regularly to the churches around him which he kept up till a few years ago when oa aunt of his great age he deCdhdV1t would be better to desist from the active discharge of his ministerial duties He has alrays lieeu a success ful farmer and one who did qot disdain Iron laboring with blsJ own hands He jis also noted Iohus generous hospftality d social qualities He has been a living example Of what every man should ibe honest fHlthful tine true in both worldly and pintual matters doing the work that his hands ited his mind fouJld to do with untiring energy TQJ all wo would say go thou aud dojlikejvie I had graublatcdf lids for twenty years I tried many doctors and lots of medicine tO no avail A skim had grown overiny eyes and they grew vorseuntill could not recojuize any brie across the street Sutherlands Eagle Eve Silye cured me sound and well in ten dayMrs W C Wood MUrfrCCSbO ro1elm Good drug gists sell 1tViIThose fumbjus litte pills DjeWits Little Early KiserJi will rcmpve impurities ftqm your svstem cle Jl1 yoir bowels make them regularHay don and Robertson Boyle jCiip iult Court i Boyli cfrcuit court willcpn yene hero tidtt Monday The rases of Eugene Montgomery charged with infantcide and Jim Dun Bppe jwuri heumuraer of John Hiker near TJlitchells hurgWillbe prought UDHiH coort Tbife areeleven felony and thirty nine civtl cases on- Itbe d ctei dhie case of the Somerset iBaattingi Company against George W Walt and K J Ha1li eentransferiedJjere from thePiilaskicircuiHburt on motion bq tb defendanv bra changof venue Advoq te Tpriog1 couglis are spciaUy danger oaaud un1cs cured atoijce fieroiis uit4cften f llOwii Onq minUtetfpugh iftHre acts fiktinajiSct It is not a como- nsirturc ntnhi ltFfadctemed yOptt fit KobCrtSJn MOORESV1LLE eiFiom Our Special Correspondent Messrs Ham Bbptfan and J W Tucker attended ounty courtat Bardstown jasi MondiiV There was not a very la ge crowd Out to bed Rev Wm Stallings preachy last Sunday owingi totKe inclemientjweather Mn Jiimes W Bobletl is very iTlbf la grippe MPRiardTrthito Antioch visited rindS near here last Suec77 ijMrs tie Uumhr y of near Bloomneld visited jrMrs saac Loc 1aSVMOiidaV Miss Piora Wall Jtmtertained fiw of her friends at dinner Sunday r The fine cow barn of Mrs Sallie Grundv Was1des rut d by fire last Sunday night Thfp13 weather is still unfavorable for farming in the way of plowing Some jare pat jet through sowing oats It isrumored that the Republican party will put out ajfulll ticket thus fall We hope tis true Ou turnpikts are gradually growing worse Wjhy I can not tell Dr Shahandf Maud was over to Bacdstown last Monday Mr Tom Mu jean of Springfield paseo1vouoht our illasre lastThursday in tbeinterest of the Milhvaukee machine com ipany f t Mr Andy tynch of Marion county visited h1e4Vlst Monday the guest of QscarfLynch Earnest Settle tis improving IowJyV r Misses Maggie JKeightly and Ddla Virgin vvholare attending school at BardstownVyi4ted their parentsIEast r Mis Minnie Betjtle ot Booker accompaned 6y her charming guest MUsDliie 6oatly of Vail0y Hilt were in our tUlage ThUrs dayovenjpg liMts Jlaiinda Orpwe ofPolin has returned home from Louis ville whore shejwas jailed by tho illness of hsir Sister yerymYou can ot cnjoi pcrfa t health rosy cheeks and siiarkteing eves if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged DeWitts Little Early risers cleiise the whole system Thty never gripe Hct don Robert- soiCTWRIGHTS CREEK From Our Regular Correspondent Mrthl OsBorne andwile Dick Osborne andf wife spent last Thursday Vith Mr Wat OBryan and V1anui1ys Jim rfontgomeyo1dborset- o Albert Smith fori75 i tJMiss Mary B and Ella Oarri o were Visiting MrG W vSmitti andfamily Friday Misses Nora and Julia Smith gave tt e young people a jiice Eisner dinDerlt 4was greatly eojoyed by alll present Miss Lassie Pfed entertained a crowd Of joupg people last Sacday v Mr G W JmHH7i mi ardIwife spent East er wuh Mr J B Oarrico shd fainily Mis Lula Numau of Bards 111p wts Yisiiingi hersislep M s RViSid ey O byrne last Sunday A bertruih sold his borsO t t John Petjors for 5125 There was a mjsacderstanding about 1 1Ma horsefrpm UODjQ t vee tJBarton MatfinglV en d llcrowd of married l lrs str uodav r Barton Mattingly and wifi Vi i4odEld Philips and wife OffMarioii jounfy Myndavu Sltiu trqitiblcSTcuts burns scr fl anti chiifiu uickiy heal by the of eWitt VitchHazl Size Iis imijated bfe fiuie yoy get DcWitts t HaV don Robectson f I j keiifucky Kefrncls HqiTV Sommers has tern rpv trjlY reiirpdi fomtl1o fondacts of tr o Ifi izbetitQn News b calis of faiMVip txeaith Th 1lewWul be n araged by rti brpiiien 3 E Summers The Cartoon Pale n iin r seventh tnrliverSaryrThe taking of evidence in ih Kb eaMoss fattest is about com PIel dJpatt the comest cannot eoire up before the Congressio al commit 03 Before next D cemJ brr an4 a decision will not be reached before January or llater John Al Meleau fprmerly df the Mtjrdy Ledger but now or the audi tors office at Frankfort has resigned to enter Paducah jourpalisro HdwillVb on the Damocri t Urey Woodsons new paper Two more indictments laye ben re urned by the Warren county guaod jury agains Luther P Porter former cash Iiieroft eWarrtn Deposit Bank iargi g him witu embezzlement Bish p Vudlyof Kentucky deliver d an address en Geb Lee at a banquet given inObi cago la it night In celebration of the anniversary of the si rrender of Gen Lee tAp maltOx The AlSnsal Box Company of Louisville will build a wooden ware Metoryuccst 100000 It rs fitS kind lnt ihei Ilfelbefi It d tnaMho Central Stock iTardsCrompanj of Louis yillf1 vill be ncorporated in Deleware wnh a capitil stock 01 50000 V cdncnre Your Howels With Cascnrocn Cnntly 6ntlmrtlc euro constiiiallou fdrfiroc Oo53c C COfaIlnr lBtsrcfundni6ne The crop Ppospects The Gommisi ije oJ atruqultt u re says iin his report for the Kentuiky crops The fruit pro sect ik fine and every day dim iiusSiibthe chance for destruct ion by frost though it ihnotfl solute y sakin Kentucky until aiteriht lOtli of May TnoJoff erson bunty icorrespondent re ports straw nies at75 and other smwli jfruils at 95 An otHftr in same county reports potaA prospejt at 100 Jeff r son oounty prjows more potatoes than any other coutV in the StatoL One farmer in this countyt proposes to sow sixty acres of stock peas in fact this legume iifal takingthe place of clover which has got to beso uncertain tthatl farmers willno risk buying ihk seed The breadth of cow pea tbving would be greater J but for the fact lbatthe seeds have got lex besoexpenslve suj K sting the profit farmers might Leby paving more attention toit pa seed crop Its val UP for soiljmprpveraent iis tiiquess llonecv One report details a test inadin Marjon county wliercepnrt of a flt1dhad been m peas ast year and the wholo oft it sbved in wheat Infail The partTIwhlcbpeasPere2ro per o i10tjhdSi mlJJclorelreatment Nerve FoodIfyuhaye neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will feed the nerve that Isi cry ing for foodit is hungryr and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual ffod That is cure If you are nervous and irritable you may only need more fat to cushion your nervesV you ar probably thin nd Scotts Emulsion off Cod Liver Oil whrgive you the fat to begin with goes1u1lyou need froln usual food and youtofreesampleitSCOTT BOWNE Chemists NewYorj bbyBIisico UMr Robert BUnco lleavf s this jfftiernoon for Marion Ind where lie has teen eDg go1t tu pitch for the Western League A sod atjon this season Itivill be rej rueolbered ihub Bobbie pitcned for this League two spasnns ago but as it dUt anded before the saason closed ne played but three game winning iwp of them Mr BHnco is without doubt one of the best amateur base bajl pitchers iu tile State audit wjll OuJyba ra at ter of time when son will read of him jin the big Jbea ue We Dirt sorry to nase him leave u fCr Bard tc yiis JBc Ballrb1wUl Devergat a man to tike thf ylacc of BlincQ We till wish him sucusiRyrd4 Vrei4Jd H arvest Hands A special frOm D W BlainE Id recpr of pe Soh e eriL Kansas and Oklahoma rmple ment ge len Associaiioa con suljed Seer tarv Dlllen toduv vb ee B t11 gbeforth- 1V rppnppr AssoeW tiltto isle fop ai lc4talet fur ut ct19 00qharvesthand tto taUo are f small gr nil tio ht ttIii j25JYhey s til ask for a rite of one cent a mite from trie Mississippi river rut a luaio 61 i10COO hnd3- thaddfija ii c invars of farmera tJ MbU s Tte- di te WtIeiWbLt Ss itI Cclj I b 0 HJ FIGHTlt KWILDCAT ANADVENTUREVTfAT MADE ONE MAN SHY OF THAT KIND OF dEASTl ilc lit WJIHuS to Go a Loie Way AroRiid to Avoid ferocious Anl mnl Even Thonjjh Science Saya TJier Will Pice at Mani Approach I have rend the papers certain scientific assertions tLtt no wild nnl inal wilt voluntarily attack or pursue n human being but that qn the con trarythp fiercest of them as tradition fill the tales of woodsmen classify tbelPosalbJelcratc crtscs hunger may ur ito ap proach hIm itS uiost dreaded tOt such cases being extremely rare said a matter or fact and veracious New York fIff fVi a little expert ence once with a wild nnlnml that must have been tho most desperately hungry beast that ever Ipuged for food The occurrence was in northwestern Penn yIvanin whore ono winter I had some business that called me tOll miles from the county town to one of the backwoods districts It was late in the aft rnobn whpn I started on my return ie village Ther Vay was over a lone ly narrow crocked mountain road bor dered by sleep wooda much of tho dis tance Toward dusk as I was round ing a shorfkurn In the road my horse which had a good deal of spirit shlQd 6uddenly and sprang forward on a furious run At the same instant en animal wltli L R J HevoiBJ Weak MenThOnsant1sofySunrnndmjdlacden arc annually swept to a premature rethroarrh EARLY INUlWCItETIOIV EXCESSES AND BLOOD 1oolatewith dark circles under them wek back kidneys Irritable palpitation of the felrt bashful daths and e5 5llment in uriue pimples on the face inuteatiyes hollow cheeJ orewom expressloi1 poor memory iifeleu distrustful ck i1crRY aDd strt trth urea mortllugs tlc6 nights ch1ageable mods weak man st n100 corans rreinatnro decay bone pales hair loose sore throat ctc1 youiBLOOD te i iI Nothteff can be more demoralizlar to vona and middleaged men than emissions hi night or secret drains through tho nrlnc They unfit a man for bnslnea marI ried life or social happiness No matter whether canscd by evil habits la youth posttvelycnrOyouI 0tfo Names Usfed Without Written CcnefltIth1 A Mnlr of Lima says I was one of countless victims of early vice at years of age Tlw drains ou litlsystem wen weakening my bralti as well as my saxual and nervous sys tern For ten years I tried Seoc s of doctors Clectrlcbelts and patent medicines Sonic helped dcspalrlnfactvised me asj a last resort to rive the New Method Treatmeat of Drs K K a fair trial Without confidence I consented and Inj three nonlha I was a cured nan I was cured semi years ago am married and nappy I heartily recommend Drs K K to rny aMcted feflow men After Treatment 1ft Wetreatand euro Varlcocete Emissions Nervous Debility Seminal Weakness l fi BlaIIIetIi L RjmediclnosentCOQaestioa Itecand cost ot treatment FRE E TIII he inito- 1Gooc t i r I i 4In ni f fl rI Sj Begins the groovingi Anywhere between plantatipn arid th coffee pot the flavorirnay be changed the I quaity spoiled by carelessrikks inexperience or un t scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffeerleaves the hands of the grower untilit reaches the user in a a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for c1ea hnes that you would give anypf vvie of food that goes on your table Thats the reason J sitcosts the grocer a cent a pound more pji cheap it 1ttt imitations The extra cent you pay for i f t t Ii 5 f4 L Itt r tiiit Se 1tt rrttbuys much more than a cents worth of qu liand t J strength A poupd of Airbuckles Coffee will give you imore cupfuls of better coffee than you s 4 package coffees are butimitations ipf Arbuqkles In eachpound package of Arbnckles Roated Coffee there a list or RrtlciJs With each package In which the Lilt Is found the r purchaser barf bought a definite part or some article td be ele led by sigVnntnre on tho package jJ to be cut out and returned to our Notion- S Dept You ihould see this J4jst Addrcuall conimunlcaUoaa ta ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Pepsrment NEWYORiCCrrYNV pVHianiigcyc3 pibinpeq dOwn from sbtii4 where find landed In the sleigh at ray feet It had evidently leaped from a tree at the horse the quick movement of which nervous animal hall defeated that purpose and the attacking animal had alighted with Its fore feet on the robe ttiat lay ncross my lap It glared rfuriously at me with Its face not more than two feet away alt clung to tlu robe with Its sharp claws growling ana8t11agefortunately the whip that stootl In Its socket an the dashboacd was loaded nt the butt Clinging io the reins with my left hand tho horse wits running nwayI quickly drew the whip troth the socket c b9d a body runniniIcrooked road throwing the sleigh from side to side and threatening It cOt etantly with destruction against s m rock of Stump I was obliged to drop the rcltjs and leave the result of the runaway to chance for the wildcat was truggljlng desperately to gain a foothold In the sleigh and tight tne at flieslclgbsllouldlISiOUWtil any obstacle heavy ciutagu fp wreck It I would be no match for the catamount now wrought to the Ut rpiiigthe collision so t strained every nerre to conquer the determined beast while still possessed the advantage s hold In the sleigh r e5IOnce thought it pas nil up with me tar ad the elelgb was carried rbyrf I struck a stone or a root and the slclgbI careened and ran at least 50 feet on the other runner alone I mechanically threw the weight of my body toward the upper side of the sleigh all tthJ time raining rapid blows on the head of the wittiest with the butt of the whip and forced the sleigh down to itsibalance on both runners again A tewEmore blows after that and I was re s Jolced to see the determined And tdnziiclou beast first loOsen one claw hnDgc for asecoud or so by the other while It tried to seize tho top of the back of the psleighI tumble to tho road end lie motionless In the snow I dropped back on the seat limp and weak and too much unnerved tocmake tho least effort to obtain control of the runaway which was still rush uttcertalnroadtmal1e I ciIng darkness The horse at 11threel slow lip and at last stopped half way up a long and steep bill from sheer exhaustion J bad by this tithe recovtered sufficiently to take charge of the horse again and drive the rest of the way to the town which wasnt far 1tlnc1Vl1erecovered with foam a sleigh splintered and covered deep with scars 0n1e t scratches made by the desperate wIldt5 cat and myself badly used up by uervpuB shock that It was three days etotelI was able to get bout agaL1tIn anything like good coadltloa I never beard whether the wildcat wat 1ciliedua 1118 bo WM 1 hpp IP ficieace 7 a uy be all right Iu CcdArlnn that Wilds iUjJnals will hasten tp flee at the very suspicion of maoo approaci but If JVer law going anywhere and hell f there nru wlldcata in that direction lUirtro Zh offesJ t in the th ARBUCKLES jSf3- Roasted Coffee 4Be WlIdCllt1but tbebendI sfdcofI 1fOlk li YoitOet 1Kthe ProfitsUnder our plan of belling carriages bel 1I glea and harness you got tbe profits Tbejob No bee and retailer are cut out By dealing direst a 1aiQPricetaflt Kamewt iuttcPtAo yoter choice Iron the bluest trtMk pi4 Vtul1seIMortent Oar plan of V I j Selling Carriages Direct j lzt V Iuiurs lJtactlonT HirK beck Ifyee lit iI iafled Our iflitxSed Ilec ghowtoj V many otyUa of high trade veMeJes bdm robes V blankets unit hiie cqulpui with dilaUei 11t1onaTHECOLUSCAItItMIrBa77ZCisosOIis S u Sollly J Jt t lIeh 0 1tLI1U it thW1uLUct A4 f r don Klicertson j ENGLISH MONARCHS Death Often tlntrlad lathe Manne e4WT elr TaliIng 08 Of tbo mon fChs who have reigned QftheNormtinthe number b =ve met VIolfent death WIIHap I waS killed r atalt ruin his horse WIlliam U was rtof while hunting whether by accident iorde prolemst by shaft from a crossbow while bealegjng thg city efChaluz In France Richard ifwasiniHrdered In Pontetract ensUe Edward II was murdered In Berkley castle and Edward VJn the wasiiIBOswortbandLondon Elizabeths death was hastened by remorse thaVsjie had ordered tbeeflecutlon of Essex rfnd her sister May sickened aqd tjled soon after ttpe loss of Calais declaring that the name of the city wouljl be found after death written on her heart The death of h Edward His Son the Black Prlice caused tho aged monarch tp die pf grief So after the tipss ot hisdIn the White Ship ffcnry I was never een to smile lo phortircre Insane during the latter years s of their reigns and finally died from j d 1arcalsJth Iidooth81Uresbied11lindttn IIItoovttHenrIongJllnessesJ t Zt Went Ron or The egg of he enUlempt tp OM tlbe most peculiar and turuIaheai admlrablp esfimpid of the way It d which nature provides for the eMdi fi ions of liferoThis bird hr found pa iiicoitaaej tedgesion cay Pidrnrry syfclmei of ttcWpcld prcbaiily roll pff wButbi It has teen faiOdl ty MMwt o stop CL tmle cstfla ttrlTljtiiiul airpt7 I faa circle i 4 r kilsr I Mkle ft Jty Junt before Bailmnn w1 sea4 te 0 iIdOWitoatforrWB t ttbf ttmi ern a bca rb l liT ATRANGE LAKE The Pcljartlcu iiia h GrJVltf tB Atrall iJr ite George Is situated tfbotit four miles from the railway st t1orlt Bjif geildbre Australia indlias forf HSaflir years engaged the attention cf sfclfen title men by jreason pf the singular1 flBtf inespUcablephrtnPm na conuectjjd Kltat It The estimates qlj Its size vary rciN olderably nccordrng Jo ctrcnmstaia cI QUaboul20tIJtIAt either end the laud Is fuliy iject abOTe tbd highest re krdcd sjtfcfacjef oi the lake which po ies5es no ooiw outlet although ltM fed br nmereul fllouuttuaereeks J 4 j The llake was dlscbvercd by i bsb man In 1820 and was kBowRi in black cs the big water Itj then supRoscd to Term the Itowr ce r having its mouth on the aoatt etbut subsequent visitors were cn perplexed at the ahrr J wMdf thel blacks avoided ttae1ar ot which iWappeared to entertain a goperiititipwl jlreadpne aged abprlgla statfaf bead seen it all covered with treesi flSptiher explaining that UM wWej tbs water sunk trthe bMtMn and Is5ppearedwhiIi aiders pesieubered the Take daly as 4 jtdrie iWTattolt onds cosiiderable 3511htioist portions b 1t1j slwpJr grassy m PL A few Booths latef Jlitge- U1bCrS of slieepiyre pMturtdlathe pttHUke tat fmh w tft hud to e carted toe the vasof tIM ibtbeds htt Ot the 1ae being too salt ler tin an ceeatf4 Tbe place ienaInrd 14iegreti t ltbIcntuic1erabIy but tbe ed has never be n SP 111u Jn farmer yearr There arie todicalkiiw that ar ttiin reds e aNa tbi e eret Jar larfeir area this nyf 3Mi feoiitit lJclnKr Tt wcliajeessir tbfJII ts JWbeblJater JVstheas 4 11W1fotH r who seisesa rdiWbis4eaea me f their hra ars sot rr- LlnMuS UorlNYolIWes it tis ie flithe JIt reet sciOj UNtttthe bs art yi tstls PItiiadeIpb4edgr Tan cant eonvlncea nj Dwho Liii dygpvpd hat crlnif int on tw a euerJd4ttVl nteturd r 4- DL 11I BUlT OKr RNTDgNTITTjETRACTED JPvJ NIIjj G jjHai Block lip Ira f ij GFIELUi r i Dt1 Work stirc l3 if tt Firstclass 9 j litlt18ER Jt fl0RI 4DEWSTO rIC4UtzILRT r re skted KY 1- fRjNGJILD b 1 OR Ji H t LfPTONt fJS F ro 1ious Jt4 j J Wi DOC K 4t SPRINGFIELD KY I ti PFl6i3t Dr Rinenart9 for mer offioes over Peoples Deposit Bank Offi6ohowrs 12 to 2 pmj v 4j WF1iGYr tTORNEYATLAW bfttce over People Bank Sp1UNOF1EtD JrY JHHARMON IwdIorkfflan and Blacksmith VrBtfggy repairing a specialty AlI workprrnrptly doneSnopI nv0optOL SlTcet near P u1lryJ 1iuseant Planipff Mill and a12eto Main Street Springfield KVV Patronage rEspectfully J solicited I am sure that all cyitr 9s viil be satistted with VQrkandprlces BM Grass lteeries Jjt a I9 I L i f4 Fruit iiid OrnamflhtalTrees ijbrabs tko8ejmafl liruitR Apiragut g Rhii I 11bnrband everythIng fQr urdhard t i l nand t1arden Prices rigbta8 hWe par no agents but sell direct to ntbe planterl General Nursery And 4ciaI Strawberry citalogUe on apa 4p3IeatIon Ec f iII F IHLLENMEYEaS i P iibc 79 Na1 t JOATAR1I 1iPInaU us 1bero be mme3 1e Elys firaaift Balm tJenttoIthcundhtW t t l dett 1rnir =tCUjlStaturhUlll 1C1CtI 7 a old la Uo bead Ll1ckll Crc3 Balm Is plated Into UwrcstoflB epre di vtct the meaaSne and la absorbed Relief tin me a cu folIo It II not drylngdocI taotjirodnse eneezing Jargo Size Cocent etDroc gists or by mall Trial SUe lOccatsbyinail jILTBaOTHEES M ea Street York b f1m THE WINTER Bansins Plaster It PaIns Master For coughS afa4 colds Binsons Porpu3 lasterd are on inconsparatly better rem bdy tiiau any otiier exlerflal or internaL Their medicinal properties enter tbo skin fend ff9 ttraightto the teat of the disease They relieve nndcurea seated cold Without disturbing the system Or upsetting thOttoma i Cough mixtures often non nato Bensons Plasters aro medicinal in tb bigbest degree and Quickest to act Placed on the chest or back or on both tit once iii serious cases the good effect is J immediately The congestion yields the coughabates tho breathing improves Lupg or bronchial affections or kidney posSibleJBensons Plasters are immeasurably pinior to Beiladonna Stren tbeningCap ricTim of any other combination in plaster tjrm They are also preferable to oinU f monte linimenta and salves iBensons Plasters have received JyiyJttt I ftgTiest awards over nil competitors and noro than physicians and druggists ive declared them to be onO of thofew frastworthyhouseholdjremodies For tWO aU druggists or we will prepay postage n any number orored in the Unit 4tttea on receipt pf 25c each So Burp you pet the genuine Accept no Imitation or substitnle fiabazy Johnson JUfg jChomists NI- l NOW OPEN tmbeW1JliSfugRoUnr 11118 Q Hit i1Iibigg Ky t Js iiow running arid we soI licit the patronage of the public est Flour and Mealt tGrainr taken in storage and ffc iexchi8ine rot flour of x t fiEc Also pay cash for 112 I prop I i- NCURNS H king cosiksd agen 1 n tnf of fcWeakoegg Poteya rHdTar Iit jgttarantted to cute J ripfe cough dad make yon amwe1I Takeab tabstitatCs 1Ytlj 4Groi4rtfobsen 1Ibfclreet a Ioi1 All rrfruff t J r H BbIJT TOWN tF fi J+ a 3 i jTlberseed pa si Iqr aale a Thmptt n Lake L First class eea4oru for safe b rmpsonLa e ltlkt t Jt out JUlin JUr E C Cray ffoftiLJ o4 nOn Ar11 j9thtt tb wife oMr Thils R OBryana girl t Go to 0 0detjj Gos store atLitseror ourspring suits and sewing machines Mr Harry Sjnitjb bought of Mayes Wharott a goodroad ster 0 aro for SJOO Dr RO djarytjroft will be found in his office both day and nightt t do alll kindspr12pa1re4toil of I IIMr James Boble whose lime is near Valley Hill led Tuesday After a snort illness of pneumon ia He was bout 35 years old and married v Rev S P Scottj will preach atthe Presbytejian Chur h next Sunday morning and night the pastor being absent conducting protracted services in Pine illf Mr John K Anderson land Miss Georgia Anderson two you gIPe9Pleoft tte courtv cUJie to town yesterday and wer marriedby Rev H Prather atrtheparsonage DrR 0 Craycroft will be in Sprin fie d April 12th to re main the balance f the month and he would be glad to have all his friends and pitroas C311 on him at his ojffice over Haydn Barbersrr Don R Smith living in Marion county and veU lrltOwn in thIs cbuntywas struct by passenJ jEfer train near St Maiyson Monday and killed He was fiftyfive3ars ad 2nd a prom 13 farmer The streets or the town are being cleaned anti repairs mad o crosbthgand icurbinar Toe unsightly rock and dirt pils which havejeenjou Main Cross street for o rajany years are lso being removed The work is a good one Eet it go on NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS All taxpayers and property owueis of the town of SprinE Seld are hereby notified that the taxes tor the year 1001 are now due and the same must be without further relay paiJ Ct L PRICEj Collector for thetowjn of Spriugfield The Chicago JGlee Club which appears at the ppera Hpuse this place on Saturlday night April 20th gives onf thebest refined musical entertjunmenu oh the toad 4nd shpupri be well patron Ized Reserve seats on sale at Haydon Robertsons drug store Populat prices Havint locate in PerryviUe 1st and having be dPClfedOto a few of my friends j few days in I leave foave decided tu be there April 15tb to remain the balande of the month i would be pleased to have all my f rjends to call on toe white here at my office over Haydon t Barbers R 0 Ctaycroft DD S Rev G form rly oEDregbnf goa uas WtWtSwope acceped a congrf gation of Baptist church and wU b here fiitS- unday fto begin bis duithp- astor jtfev S ore is1very able preacherij and was formerly a practicing uttbrney in Oregon but later tiol3 up the study of the ministry dnd is a graduate of the Baptist Theological Seminary at Lousville He has a wife anidchId and will make theirXJiopie here f Kad Hkrdln who has a penchant Icr getjtlng into trou ble antJ who shuns anything havtng the ippearance of work us1 he would the smallpox has made anotter escape Some tine ago ewns sentenced bra term oh the rdi pile but after stttinkout in the sun making a pretense at work for one day he dropped his rock bamniflr and quietly stole away Unfortunately for the community f however h0 couldnt stay away and was fdtjnd in his old haunts abut towtt and put back toftis task this time with a ball and chain attachment which was SUp posed 10 be an impediment if he ttied to run away again On last SatiUdaj hi again disapj peared from his place ou the rock ple leaving only the ball and cham behind to tell the story Thenpgrohas not been caught onlystqyawayjr9mt be satisfida Any one desiring dental 001thatcraicr Barn Burned A fine stock barn cm the farm of Mrs Sallie Gruncly near Prederickslown wasi destroyed by fire on last Sunday night Twelve behd ofcovs and three calves which were jquartered in the barn perished in theflames and about 300 barrels of cqrn some other feed and a lot of farming implements were also destroyed The ba n was one of the finestin the county and wes built some years ago by the Jatel Samuel Grundy for the acconr tnpdation of ins fine herd off Shorthorn cattle The loss is estimated at about J2500 with only 400 insurance Theorigin- of the fireis a mystery It was discdvered ut abou 11 oclock at night and had gained such headway that nothing could be done The fire staWed from the inside of the bTrn and rpay have been kindled throjdgli the dare lessness of a tramb or some one sleeping in it A Family Reunion An enjoyable family reunion was held at the residence of Mr and Mrs J W Graham of Bharpsville on lait Wednesday April 3 1901Jjust forty one yers prior to thisfdate Mr and MrsL Graham vere married j They reared a large family of children some ctfhomaeparried and hah fcmilies of their own This was also the ann versavy of the fiftyninth birthday of Mrs Graham The children and grand children d qided to hold a reunion on this dr The happy old couple were not apprised of the fact until chldrenandgrandcbildren loaded down with presentsfor grandma and grandma and well filled diuner baskets began to arrive Those present were J W Graham and wife Sharps yule B Suthenand and family Chaplin W L uraham James Yatsf and wife HJBrown and wife Williajn Brown aud wife W G Brown and wife T D GrsliamIrmaGrahamB- ernice Graham Ida Darnell John Anderson Lizzie Robert son SharpsviUe Cha Yates and wife Antioch H H Graham and TVifeYr W W Graham and wircSavmeL Hendson and Rev Wesley Gaaham Duncan W D Snarp and wife Nicholas yule Jack Sham Willisburg brides grandchildren pieces and nephews galore The elegant dinner was prepared by thej children at their respectives homes and carried with them in order lo surprise father and motler In the after noon appropriate services wet held by Revl Wesley Graham fI Prater was ofTireditnd that old familiar hyjiin vGod Be With Yqu Till We Meet Again was sung after wNich thr guests departed to Jbplr respective homfs each ife3lmgl in their hearts a deeper oldiI lolks at home frd hoping that they may Live o Celebrate many suchoccasionr VV P GmasuY Any one desiring ny KiM of Dental wor K dorje would do well to dallonJDr ft 0 Cray art while he iis in town iI I Whim iherniKlJItu litre is Hope I if s mllit 44Vith catarrh conld neUkir taslo nor smell and could hear but1 little l 1yt Greens Balm cured ltMar ens 04 tSUautr ltarwaN J The Balm reitchgd me safely and tbe of feet is surprising My son says the first application gave decided rollef Respoct fullyj Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Bolos doc not Irritate Or cause sneezing Bold by druggists at 50 eta or mailed by Ely Brothers 5J Warran Bt New York I had piles so bad I could get nb rest nor find a Icu until I tried De Witts Witch Hazle Salve After use ingit once I forgot I ever had anything like piles B Ci Boice Summers Point N Y tookout for imitations Be sure you islf tot IteWlttsHay don A Robertson WANTED Capable reliable person hi every county tOrepreSpi4 largo company of solid financial reputation f93 salary er Year payable weekly 3 per day nb d rliitolr sure and nIl expenses straight bona flo lirin raary c i mission salary paid each SaurJ ynnd exPense moneY advanced each week StANDABD HOUSE 3W faearborn Bt Chicago i5 P CNAL Ru 110 esb Iris in Lout ville tala week Mrs A bcElroy is vi J lUng rela tlvea inB Cpsnty iikeee 1 o aOievelnd Miss Price WeNtto LilledyMr Sal teasedy of Louisville waa here Saturdi y and Sundays Mrs HD Rodman of Loutsvills is visaing her isterMrsIH Thurman Miss Lops Glowdy of CampbellsvJUe yisited Mrs John A Simpisiast week Messrs I olarid Colvin and Mnir H lstead of Bardstown were here Sunday Mr Chsis Baker of Nashville Tern WaswitlhIs friend Dr H H Hord listweekL iMIs Zanle M1toy entertained on Monday in hojiorof beruousin Miss Anderson Ui83 Willie Knott who has been ill at St Loafs for some time is expected hone today Mrs Mary L Anderson and daughter Miss il1ie visiting rdlatlVes here this week jere Miss Bettie Irvine entertained party of young Jopleat her home on Tuesday evening llast Rev 6 H Prather and wife have returne4 from a visit to Shepherds yule ants Bardstown Junction Rev RJ30 Lawson left Monday morning for Pinevllle where he will conduct protracted meeting 5 Mrs Will Anderson and child of Bloomfljild are at the home of Dr and Mrs W W Ray this week Mr1 W R Tnrmanwho has bepxf confinedat home for seeraImonths- was ablate be on the street the first of the week Mes8rs E S Mayes Jr Edgar Sutton W D Claybrooke Lo Haydorj and Dillard Tapp were in Bardutcjwri Sunday Miss Willie Mayes and Jim Oheshrer and Dr Hord and Will Leaphman of this plae attended the Easterhop at- Bardst9wn Monday night Mr y R Nelkirk wasin Lopisville the first of the week to attend the State convention of the Knights of the Malcabees Kentucky v MfsjO A Green who has recently returned from BluG Ridge Ga where Mr Green has been engaged in busi ness spent several days with Mr and Mrs J 0 McElroy last weeks Mr Green will return to Springfield in a few weeks picksupdown stat and binds him to health dnd strength by recuperating the Brain regulatuij the action of the Heart rind nourishing Nervous Systen7 Died In Alabama Telegram was recoined yes ierdiy by THE RECORD annoutj death of Mr LPat Picksville AlabamaCinglth No particulars en Be was riginal from Oldham County where he has brother now living Fe was Tell knownin this and ad join ing counties having atone lirao been a candidatefori School ijUpfeintendaml in this county and for a number of years tau h- tJOlinthe S Fairfield and High borhooods and also in county He read la e tntbo ofiice of Bon G G Giiqerl at the same time Mr John R Kelly was rreading law and afterwards graduated in the Louisville Law school and practiced his profes siOjn for a while at Springfield Wdshington county where he was well known Mr Peyton leB this State some years ago anti has been in Arkansas and Tqxas for a number of years He wits a very sjccessfu teacher Hits deathrwilibe reptceted by a large number of people and rends inth1sStatTe Record Mr W A Waters postmaster at this place received aIletter yeslerday IrpmGV Cunning hdm or BiRbee Valley WISF aWibg that on April 7th Mr P ylon aod he wAr in a skiff on B gbee River near Pijksvillp Ala and the skiff w capsized and Peyton was lost Mr Cuu n nghasn writes that the body h is nrt been recovered and he desires that the relatives oJhe d ad m an ILhe has any iIn thIs v cinity be notified Mr Poy ton- ii Veil remembered by the peo ple of Springfield He lived here several years and practiced law and was at one time Police Judge He left here more than 18 years BIO iiI have been troubled for ten yeafS JfaVe tried many things and spent ti111Intaken two bottles and gotten more relief from hem than any other med cines takm I feel more like a bey than I have felt for twenty years ndersonjRIggsqf Sunny Lane Ter- rhousands have testlfied as did Mr Riggs Haydon Robertson jGood dd Ortinny Mctc lfo of Kentucky vearfrbld saVs thatlJfi Bells PanoTarHoney is tJ lob st Grip uro- Qongh luiic rind B onnhlal romodv tfiat IDirlbtrsFoleys Kidney fart maka kyaDdbla4t ti 7 IE I tII Dress Goodss 81kM Cop IIN i Mohairs t Prunellas j Glorias Almas Venetians etc 1 white Ceu iJ nlnlroideries j IN 17 India Lt1enai French Mullsf Organdies Persian Lawn 2 Embroidered Swiss WasitGo French FlannelLg Piquisr fs andi Jackon Nainsooks Applique toffiSH GOODS mall shades Embroidered Swiss Mercerized Sattines IFoulaidsGingI Jewe1iyBe1tsmenis Stock of 4JJIs complete attractive k Largest stock Wallpaper and Carpets we have ever hown Please visit us before buylngr we wIl mak you money YouTruly CunningtaS Duncan Shoes Shirts and HaisT t We have some grate Bargains to offer y6uin this Depart ment Call arid see them before yoij uy IT WILL PAY YOU CORSETSWe wMrput Dr Nassau Corseti T Floria Coiset ndthc p1lgainstanyis only5Oci NOTIONS6 Lead Pencils 5c 25 Slate Penciis 5c I colorpencils4cRibbon ayardI thread I paper needles 5c 6yds seam covering 4 Drefss stays pr set 5c 12 boxes tacks lOc 4 ply linen collars 9c 80 hair cins4c Respectfully the Cash Trade EEllDER Springfield A Public Fountain rA thins of beauty is a joyI forever and in this connection not onlya joy forever but aI permanent and solid comfort to the general public We tare beardit discusjsed ib a private way by a fevv of our business men and other enterprising citU izpns of the ttown and county the propriety of a fountain in or about our Square commemoration of our countys benefactor Gen Mathew Walton Time and again aDnIttime whereof tbe memory of man runneth not to the contrary tbe question has been discussed by a few of our county mea to erect a momument in our town cemetery but never took any tangible shape To my mlnd this is an opportune time to show Our ap predation of our countys ben factor by the erection of4his Fountain where map and beast may slake their thirst It wtfuid not onlybe an ornament to our town bnt a lasting pleftsarq and benefit to the liviup and a nip t approprite meniprial7 f the man whoso generously donated the Tlubtlcbuildings counflhav tf ods IN Silk i Tricots Linens I Fancy 4 INC t Swiss All Overs c Our j and of 1 TheTfc yi Public Paper dress pins Ic 5 8in metal back comb lOc 12 mourning pins 5c 24 safety binsSc Ladies Belts 10 to 25p 60 hook and eyes 5c Pen hold r jDojntlc 36 sheets writing par v per 5c 36 envelopes 5o Tablets Ic 5c and 9c submitted to F fKy etectiDgj we do something Xo rescue hs memory from oblivion Then let every good citizeij give this llttlb nterprisQ a word 6f encouragement and at the proper time if these suggestions are not disregarded takes une steps by donation and encourage bur county and town authorities to make contribution Jtd theend that such a laudable work may be accomplished thus establish ing in our town a nloe little ama jnent and thereby sbbwlng b tbo extent of our ability our gratitude for the benefits bestowed on us by our almost forgotten benefactor The writer ot this has bean shown cats of various designs ranging in prices from four to fifteen hundred dollars Can I get a secdnd totoy rndtionV OLD COuwtir Y6a wilt waste time fyo try to cure indigestion Jor Dyspepsia by star- rinyourrefthat only makes it worse then you do cat hearty You always need plenty of good food propervcli geatedr kohetyspyicure is the earcklfonly some elements of too but every kind And t is the one remedy that will do ltHaydon Robertson For all internal and exterJal1aIns achos Dr BllsAntipaia ian laud relief It is the mostwonder pain killer ever discovered Try it r a J 1S1MMI 81MMS TTINGLY i SADDLERY RE8 HaMiade Saddles M HkrSF ia JL Sp eiditw We also car a fu1 linejof Faory made ii- ne andj Saddles Rep1n neatly mi I prpiii j tly dotiee htcAGENTS FOR Deeriftg Harvester G6s BiUkd Mowers Rakes Twine Oil Fopairs Crayerofifs old Stand V I = H IPIPweriu i t iTe s u I J fL lti ij 1p J Insurance Reversed at W Ky fNL FayiuI IISOUTUfRN MUTUAL CInvestinent COiuftyfl xlnjteny 0lJ1otesJ MCELROY AGENT Springfield JftT TI wLl Two CarC Loads ofBug s i l AndPheatong rreys Ikriyin Wagons artd other me hidteis now have oil hand Wld ti0i tuorie coming Conia let JM f you out with a new bug IMcestosuit j PUllr EARLY ILOffflO You will need a gQdp1e1nothing that eqtrtila the gemjjne 0Uft CHILLED for irhioh we re tbesohIe We also keep the genuine repairs I r V J ir rv keoi BBEIiid SEEDS nd p CASH for grain 2 flJOMPS ON ItJ J4KEft SPFI N FIELD KY ii Shnsdfion A highly sensational Mude becured st Prtter 4Jk11e eitij aud fa aab1e scflool Iorgiri Ia OwIIpj Gre31a tuzIIiht1t Lha3coe to- I vi weu soct1y w14i o Lle town oetGOp aoYackJ4 at bight drore J moNd ciir1agt to the entrance M jjMti tfcifiyj a prevous tr- 1etut itlr the girls wfaojri tikiffewr K tilto out by ooeau v 6fddr enabled four youutr Wtaea leave their bdrooina jroch the esiiee grounds bui jif tiwJItli yuqtgiady was de icndirg the 1addtrhe R3v B FCbtI Pe3idint otne o1 11was i j bed ot thnois q1 ning to tb3 j3tc of the ba iIduag from vlilci k1 yag womtu su1ents kiivjaf be saw what ya5 goicp 01 and cptnmttided the ytroiii win to leave and oidertd lb girls to retara tci their rt oats A pistol shot ifus tired as 4 warning to the pfel 13 n t to hav put he deed the content ot dcmb e barreled shot guii a Pie young jujdP who in lur JifaAMvetH times at Iiu driv Jitjr feija back into safe quartet I3nthe buidij The alarm wa id peralbylthis lioie that tlv young rien hadLrkavc tudjtJ girlshad ip return to iheirfbed- loopiis 11iIe youag nrn belopge1 t one of e w alhit and wosi orn1iiIen faniiei DORS IT BAT TO BUY yilEAPt A cheap remedy for coBglu wd colds is all right but you oznethinfT to remove and lie more severe and dan gr s results of throat and ij jp troubles What shall you tff Go to a warmer and more ar climate Yes if possi t possible bryan then case take the ONLY J3h it has beet introduced 4 in StTcVvinzed couL tries with su0efcs iii severe throat and lung troubles BosebeesGerr nan Syrup It not pufy heal jmi Stimulates the tissues to 4 jstrpy the gorm disease bu allays 0flatnmaiiou causes easy x pec location gives a good nights rest andures the patient Try one bottle Recdm raiqnded many yeara by all drug byHayden Tli editor of the Fordsvjlle Kr iiss llaneoari writes asa postcpipt ta ji baslnesa letter I was cured of kidney trouble by taking Foleyfl Kidney Oure1 Tae nothing eke WodWIatt Urder at Ho wards town S laiuel Qeclli chargad whli th j killing qf Anthony Thomas was lodged u juilh r Sunday 40 waivriin pxainninR tial Tuesday April 6 W special frpm New Haven to the bpuisvillei papars under date of Ma ch 31 Kiyes the following accotint of the affair Samuel Ccil son of Bchard Cecil shot and in tantly killed AnillPny Tdomas OB bC MJphea1 of Hdwards tdwnjnine miles South dfhere last Jifght They were neighbor bd ss aged nineteen years and tad been together all day drink- S log Thomas got on hidiorse to go home Cecil iidh3 pistol out apid he and Thomas were jhrgavnj about om i whisky in a lk tll lien Cecil r idbd his Fistdl and fired The ball entered bf the side of Thoninsleft ewe proiucing instant death The booting was a great iur prs9 to top present The r That Womn- t renough to wear any one out 1rst iLa ws11rg In lamp Ufl1clrait S15hc1 JtS irOiiug with the hot stove and 1d work tt ndure And in uriteti whUes meds to get house to dean aria child ca to tend Its bad I ene j1j for a well voiian but fora weak 11wGItafl ltrs low torture Dr Picrcea I vFjttprit rrcscriptipn cures the diseases jj the Delicate organs which weaken strongISick 7om we inyttcd to consult ttr tleroe tjr lette rte of cliargc 4J1 tore4Qndtnee nctIy pthate AddN- A Dr 1L V Pierce Buffalo N Y hCIItI the beet sow that it h lot frytarswriIes4ThebMornsofh tu Y v aien but tI ttie ur mu Fsotlle Ne Scrlptiok an4 4e Msd1c1 1Aeotr-yt TJ csc mcditine dt ie move good than yjat that have ever takes before 3eforc I 9am ntcdieiu Mek bed nearly half the b ltai cotildat do y wore only aboWK titte and newt B Srk all tciiyoffour thke Io sit wh ith frmslc wakc i to Plc Pvuru tln an col thc t wonderful j s the ire tKssaat f UcU nreetea tt leys had always been friends Marshal DatsgbefctT ol New Hiven arrested Ctecit and car ned him to the tJardsto yn jail rBardstown Standard I bad a raasilni s6re my legfor seven years writes Mrs Jas Forest of Chippewa Falls Wis and spent hdndrads of dollars In trying to get it healed fw boxes of Banner Save entlrley cured it No other salve so healing Vood Ojnisatt The very appearanreof Sutherland Eagle Eye Salve signiflc that this remedy is new and jorigrial JH iMl It is prepared especially for the eye and as recommended fot ncth ing else The many nlracnlous cars of loii standing that are being accouipbhei by itsuse enipasirts its iraportahci as the greatest curb known for an aid ailkindsof sore eyes Druggist sell it flenuty1UI Bpod Cecp Clean blood means a clean skin eancy without it Caa4icets sandy Cathai Ic dean jour l opd and keep teIcanb lirnu v the Itzy Jiv r aiid driving aiiIm luriticj trom Owboilj llcgia today ti aIii p1rnples buili blotches bbtcklleadb- ad that itIdy biIioiI9 COtflpeXiOfl bytakin ascarete beauty ten cents Al drug yiits satisrVtiou ijuarantced lOc 25e 50e Thfeycs Abroad A sentletriaQ from Gotland re rrfs that ja party of tb levies tync through 1J4 ueigbLoi hood this week and Btjolfi everythipp hty could jet jher hands on Poultry lipiveYer was rthejr principal prey aid raaily dcizens ftchickens ducks geese etc were lifted The thieves travel to a twohorkewaffQh1 and it i said it vtas well filled with sullen plunder The citizens at first were at a loss to account for the thefts but at last coVultided it was the pairtvi inihe wagon which had been camping in tle neiahborhopd for several dar s They then snarled in pursujfrfcof the vehicle but Id it trace of it after following it a number of oi cs Bardstown Stan- dardCATQRIAI For Innts aid Childien The Kinl You Have Always Bought Bears the SlgnaturS of A Mysfepous Death A negro boy Darned Squire dei under mysterous circum stances lasirt Sunday He lived with his pArents on the farni p Rpdpey Dugap near vpodlawL and went into the wpods Sunday moinjdgi Qhis return to the liouse he w stsrnltten with vio lent illness and died iq a short tine Before his death it is said that he stated that white inthd woods lia had eten some iortdf rop which is supposed tohate beenwijd parsnip He was aged abPut twelve years and bad lived in the ooJ lawn jn igKborhood but a snort time r Bardstswn Standard 44JV B ConkliS BSwetaville Osaya 11 received moth benefit for Foleys Kidney euro than from months of treatment by pbyeicians Wood Wimsatt Like Oliver Twist children ask for more Avheu given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endorse it highly for croup It quickly cures alt coughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble It is a specific for grippe asthma and has Ipn been well bnown for hooping cough Jlaydon Roberb ou Iii Chance l6iya HustUr I There is an oportunity for on d ouryouns men or women to make mocey with THE TJNIQUE MONTHLY ftepejvv Building ISfew York JPhls Monthly whichw I formerly TOQ Penny Magazine has no w become the standard haifdim nr gazine of the wrJd Il an s no agept iathisvicSp i y arid will tiva exclnsivo t r ritory to the fght person Besides paying big commisiins to its rep esentive it sends a prsent wprth more than the price of Thi Unique Mo thly to every snhscriher secured by the representative Pettsr idHrn s MonthlylDejew Backaches are caused by disorder in the kidneys Foleyd Kldnwy Cure will make the kidneys right Take no Bibsfitute Wood Wimsatt our Stomach CAStArsHy Hrcr In a Terr bad eliapc and mj liead Mked anil I bail ilomadi trouble Now state Uk asciithereJoa KiiriiLtsa Consreu St StLoiii llo CANDY I CATHARTIC DoPIWierCURE CONSTIPATION Vtmttt cur itrsIew I t ill NTHACI anrt rnarantefd nUdruc glsu CPKETwa uablt r KoitI Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ItartlficiaUydtgpstat loodandaldj Nature in strengtbenlag and recon tructingtbe exhausted digestive or sans It is thelatfest dls0overed digest I anl ind tonic Ifo other preparation can approach It in efflplency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flafciiencc Sour Stomach Nausea Sick HadacheGataigrnCrRmpSaflq allotherr wiltsofljjperfcctdlgestlon Prepared by E C DoWltt a Co Chicago ClitnCHO Method of MeaiBrlatrr Many travelers returning from China rhava commented upon the apparently sifigujar lack of knowledge of the dis tances across thfcir country or between their towns that exists among the jChl nese If at cnej town you inquire the distance to the next you may be told that iXls 20 ohethlrd of a mile but upon arriving at ole town you will bo surprised to find the distance haeic to the town from which you have just come is 5 V and that the cost of jour nein umj uj iiu cv rnsiiuuyiiiiij greater lMui theicostlto go tb jb The Chnese measure distance not by rule but by tie amount of physical en ergy requited to traverse them Their wage is based on a unit of energy the amount that it takes them to carry a given loadjonp picuiJine li on level ground If Urn roaOjfrbm A to B is down hill the dlstauipo is regarded as lessthnn the actual ifnoar distance be cauSp it Is supposedrtb take less energy to travel In thatr dirttion or as the Chinese say flic afe lrort JItuat urally follov s that iirjrapcling in the other direction from B buck to A the irtfHi iivint frpndiinl llncnrtn greater cxiicnditwit of Is yThefair compensation fof their work the carriers must see thai the distance and thin charges are correspondingly in creased With this Explanation what lint often appeared as a vagary of the Chinese bocoms simple and rcasona blc Leslies Weekly Olives Tho olive tree In its wild state Is a theruy shCtib orx small tree but when cultivated becomes a ttree 20 to 40 feet high with no thorns rlt lives to a good age The leaves resemble those of a vviUow the flowers are small and white and grow In clusters its grapes do and the fruit Is greenish whitish violet or cVon black In color and generally ova In shape It Is produced in treat beIcomes very valuable to Its oAvner Among tile Greeks the olive was sacred to Minerva tlib goddess of wls1 doiij It was also the emblem of pu rity A crown of ollvo twigs was the highest honor that cpuld bo bestowed upon a reek citisenpAri olive branch was also the symbol nof pea je and the vanquished whojcame to beg for peace bore olive branches in theirI hands M The American olive Is remarkaule for the hardness of Its wood It Is found as far north las Virginia Itt fruit Is hit for use and its flowers are fragrant The fragrant olive pf China and Ja pan has extremely fragrant flowers Which are used for flavoring tea Polite Erie Commuter A stranger who had an appointment to meet t a frlcndln the Chambers street ferry house which is used by Erie commuters was greatly puzzled the other afternoon by the actions of the taen who passed the ticket takers win dow Nearly threefourths pf them Itook their hats off to the ticket taker in tbcmost polite style The stranger thought that possibly the ticket takerswlfe was in the box with him and he wetback to look again There Ws noone In the box save the ticket take r who looked good natured but not imposing When his friend arrived the stranger said t t Is that tbe president of the Erie road in that box Certainly not Why do you ask such nquistloaV Why eviry man who passes him takes his bat off gives him a marchiug salute and walks on FTue friend smiled tyjngly at the strangers ignorance an said it was a trick of the Erie cpmmuters to their tickets In the crbwn of their batsI They took their h ta oft so thift the ngeut might see the tlcketj Kew York Sun Cngtihfl a After the abandonment of Britain I by tile heinous theroads felMuto dls onlymeansjtthe sixteenth year of Charles IlthatIs 1GJJ was any systematic effort nitule to Improve the roads of Eng land The Topa aTbe word topaz comes from the Greek verb signifying to guess The Jewel was brought from the east and reported to have come from an Island anti men guessed itt the location of the isle wbicfj produced such beautiful gems THE JBLACK VENUS An Ugly Stone PiRBte Worshiped ijy i PcoaantM of Prlttan y i Even false religious die liard and there ar reminders of ail extinct faiths still exfstlug Iu the world One of the most curious relics of paganism which are still worshiped In a Chris thin couutrj thej gigantic black- stone figure of a woman which is to be found Iu a forest of the district of Morblhan in Brittany It Is kuowfl as Black Venus hut probably datps far back of the tluje when the Greeks and Romans worshiped that goddess Antiquarians I tptheonoa of whose subterranean temples is in the neighborhood This would make Jigure far older tuna the Christian era Time statue Is that of a huge un couth woman with a sullen angry couutenancevher form enveloped In aloose mantle Tile superstitious Bretons hftvo al aertingthatthey4elareand if the anger of the black woman is further roused t tl iU watQ sweeps iaVer Moc blbaa iAtrf Twice the stone wastoast Into the sea by pious folk who hoped thereby to put an end to this Jdplatry sd twice the peasants dragged it baticfetfdeet up an t centuries are Count Plprro VF T = THE NEWSLEADER wa i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable trkidney Trouble KldneV trouble preys upon the mind dls courage and lessens ambition beauty jvigor e and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order fltgifdL jordiseased t hastTl that It is no J uncommon L JI J for a child torbe born ij afflicted vltK veak kid nays child urin attfs too often jf the urine scalds the flesh or If when the chttd reaches an age when It should te silo to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It thft caucs cf the difficulty Is kidney trouble aid tha first step should be towards the treatment of these lrnporant organsV This iinplcasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are jnade mis erable With kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild andA lmmedate effect of SwambRoot Is soon realized It fs sold by druggists 4iiftyi f ffcent and see vdollar sizes may have a sample bottlp by mall free alo parnphlet tell ctswamixitoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from stifferejfi cured In writing Dr Khmer Co jBlngliamton NY be sure and mentioii this paper uc jajiinoii cii wuose estate the figure stood in order to save the statue from both trlends nOd enemies dragged It by 40jyokei of oxento his own chateau and set it up In the courtyard He exit an Inscription on the base of the pellet tat declaring the figure to be a Venus carved by Crpsars soldiers i The count and his cuatcau are both gone but the huge blaclr woman over grawrj with moss still stands In the forest and the peasants still beseficli her toibless their crops TEJCH NG A YOUNG LARK Uorr Ita Mother CoaclieBlt to Slop About nail Fly J M Barrie the noted Scottish story writerl Jn Scrlbners Magazine told bow 4 young lark got Its first lesson A biHby lark had got out of Its nest oldewAjs a fall of a fost only but dreadfjul drop for a baby You can get back this way Us mothel said arid showed It the way But Aviien the baby tried to leap It fell on Itsiback Then the mother marked out lines on the ground on which it was to practice Hopping and It got along beautifully so long as the mother was tlcre every moment to say How wonderfully you hop Now teach me to hop upsaid the little lath meaning that It wanted fly aid the mother tried to do It iu vain She could eloar up up very bravely but shecould not explain how she dljl it Walt till the sun comes out after f the rain she said half remembering Whjat Is sun What Is ralH the little bird asked If you cannot teach me totlyefichi me to sing Wbpu the suncomes out after rain the ulptber replied then you will know uo w to slug Tbejralir came and glued the little TIrdswings together I sliall never be able tp fly or sing It waljed Then of tp sudden It began tobHnk Its eyes for a glorious light had spread over ifhe World catching every leaf and tiVig and Wade of grass In tears and putting a smile In every tear The baby birds breast swelled It did not know ijvby It fluttered from the ground it did not know why Tho sun has come out after time ralnPi it trilled Thank you siinl TliaflK you Thank you Ob mother did you hear me i can slug Then It floated up up calling Thank you thank you thank you to tho sun Ob mother do iou see mtlam flying Good aIemopjr A had memory In most cases might be more properly described as one rust hug from sheer want of use The fact Is our brain cells are always ready to oblige but we do not glvb then sufa dent encouragement In their well meantj efforts Naturally the Indlvld ual taay cultivate a memory forcer tat dtais more readily than for oth e fsTlkit the general basis of all recol iWtlv acts Is the same and there Is no oepartjmeut of human mentcl activity In which the motto that practice male perfect1 holds more truly than In the sic ot mnemonics The vl WJinay be expressed indeed that we never forget anything presented to our briln cells When we say wo have forgotten we really wean that ire can not thud mental pbotograpblc nega five wfienceTve can print off a positive reprodnctlou London Chronicle w4 YoimgWonieii Tlieentrylsmtowonianhoo isacr1tIcl time for a girt Little men strual doordejirtarted at that time soon g rtr intoatoTtompUcatlons That graveyadsprov establishes fuselionusually follow Many women young I ofCardtlgive wmcn freedom from pain and to fit WeSAjbottles Delia Strayer TuIIy Kami nave coffered untold pain at menstrual pe nods for a long time was nervous had no Appetite and lost Intertit in everything In fac was rniserable have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardul with Thedferdi Bfackbraught when needed and today Iama entirely cured cannot express the thanks feel for what have 4efor me Fpr edTlco In cases reqalrlos tpoelal direc Cues addre sglTlns lymplomi the Indies OcdIcino FPOB nn Aetbees Satefceok Time follpwlng IS an extract from the diary of an Impecunlocs autbori Rose at 5 arid bad A sonnet and a glass of eold water for brekf t 1 retired ear ly la the evening wltt4utiHpper as ftared the aelgbbor Fomd be annoyed by the rattling of the linlvci and forki AUnta Constitutlpn TclatiaSBK Tier Sejlli a SIt Xannle Oh dear myjaetj la as free kledl Its just awful Aunt Hannah wouldnt fret Nan ale Of courso the frecisies are not very becoming but then you know they Serve to cover uyycur featufca Boston Transcript Silkworms and theIrTgg3 were flrst brought to Europe In the sixth century of our eta A couple of monks who bad traveled in China as talsslouarles broiight away a quantity of the coons concealed In tliol tog otlcks PAINTINU Bffi ARTJSTS WHO DEVOTE THEIR TAL ENT TO ADVERTISING PURPOSEd If Sonic of Them Have nhJ Yoitrapt Trnlnlnff iu DrnivisK nail Color Work and Some Have Studied In Fnraona Qld World Ateliers Although vivid advertisements cf the Excellences of foods ointments clQthilig all mechanical appliances known to man and1 a thousaiul other timings never dreamed of In the phllosp phy of a hundred years ago are contin ually catching the eye 4aud possibly shocking the artistic sensibilities of the beholder few of the ordinary observers give a moments question to tile mak ers of advertisements The advertis ing craze has grown of late to such huge and unlovely proportions that nay brief account falls to explain Its work lags The office of a large advertising concern is one of the busiest places Iu town Artists are constantly appear lug with designs for the firm a small ariuyof men with paint pots and brush es arc hovorhig about waiting to bo sent out and everywhere are gay evi deuces of the results of all this labor Who are men that paint these heroic pictures one sees on unused walls and lofty fences asked a re porter of one of the mob who keeps tlrcse subordinates busy They are not the people you think them t fancy was the answer In stead oi being daubers with about the ability necessary tp wield a whitewash brush our best men are real artists By this I mean that rnfrhyof them have had years of training In drawing and color work Several of them have studied abroad In the ateliers of well known nien A men whom I saw paint lug a head en a wall y stcrday is a night Instructor In a Brooklyn art schQol Recently ojpe of our men paint ie on a large wall the biggest portrait ever attempted He hind studied five years in the Paris art schools Why do they take up ibis workIiTRe other doesnt payi Its a case ot commercialism In art They find that they cant make the real thIng pay so they conic to tills common calling Theres money In It Why our stur painters get 0 a week The daubcra who put in backgrounds dont earn more than 10 or 13 a week The men who paint the designs In vadoua Inaccessible audi coilspicuous places have with them small copies of the designs to be reproduced Long experience makes them expert In ac jcurately tracing the design upon the chosen surface Although tue familiar advertisements scattered over the city seem exactly alike and one face scums the exact counterpart of another yet closer inspection will show various points of difference In the ease of a very famlllar picture which Is display ed prom one end of the United Btntc3v to the other when It wps first brought out one man was hired fjor solo purpose of paintlRg that ione design hud to do this betrav led jrroaMaluci to California Not the least of our difficulties said the advertising man Is finding places Jo put our signs We hire irfdii nndjiIi np billboards on their premises use a vacant wall or decorate a fence or a root It needs great tact to do this When there ore objections they must be pvcrcpme and after this Is dpne the dwner often gets the Idea that his available space tsr worth thousands of dflllars to us anil to him The expo deuces of advertising men among farmers and tramps would make a mighty Interesting book Why do you say trumps Oh the tramps are our worst one inlet They build fires behind our billboards ouch burn them or else tear Ibqm down out of sheer wantonness When asked about the price a blank brick wall in a cpnsplcuous part of New York would bring to Its owner licflctlt for advertising purposes the advertising man laughed and said haj could not tell that but be did not mind saying that be was now paying 0000 a year rent for a wall In the middle of the shopping district This Is not an unusual sum to pay be added for such prominent positions Advertising firms are liberal sub scrlbers to all art magazines partJcui larly to those French art periodicals whIch display the newest drawings of the ctlll pi pular poster The ideas of t be foreign artists are taken freely and converted Into gandy designs for ad vcjtLsIng the latest songor a now clglt without the least compensation since ns advertisers assert American Idoas are assimilated abroad Just ea unceremoniously rot all tire large reproductions of fig eras and faces on pur streets aud aloug the roof tops are Landwoitr Many of them are machine iuathv By a process akin to that of making llthogrupbs ma chines have been Invented to lily the colors automatically The llniFrV product quite licvold of persouallty presents accurately aoopyipf the work lug desIgn New York Post SHnanrlne Your Mail Pnt this in your pipe antf tsuioke Ir There Is ahvays sbnie cjiap smarter than chap you think ls the smartest on earthHHvanlnryourRer are a wonderful judge of human nature but lout measure your mlin too confi dently for 90 times In 100 youll find time suit doesnt tit Never jilay favor lies The lightweight today In your itnca ureuicut will be the heavyweight tomorrow Old friends like old wine wilt In the end prove best Never go back on an old cloUd unless you have plenty of money well Invested Poa sensed pf a big bnulv account and flushed with ouccesstbe mischief take friends old anti newl4New Korto Press W iy We Eat Oy terii Ka r Dr Vllllam Roberts In bit interest Jng lectures on the digestive ferments a JTTTTI1T Bollle Free to Sufferers Docs your Skin Itch or Burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you comLriyDoSHair or Scalb Have yon Eczema SltuiSpre and Crocked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pdin in the SJkln Boils Pimples 3anepains Syol len Joints Falling Hair All Rthi Down Skin Pale Old Sores gating Sores Ulcers All these are syofp terms Of Eczema and Imburities and Poisons in the hioort To cure tb stay cured take B B B Botanic Blond Balm which makes the blpodpure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stopf orever the skin to become clear arid the breath sweet BB B is just he rem edy you have been loofci g for thoroughly tested for 30 yeas Our readers are advised totryB B B For sale by druggists at SI per large bottle six large bottles full treatment 5 Complete directiqns with each bottle To sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away VVtite for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your 4roubleand free person mitca yur iAucntic In regard to oyster is quite exceptional and furnish ea a striking example of the general correctness pf thepopular judgment on Is al iirei 1theterestlus to kirow that there is a spuud physiological reason at time bottom of this preference The fawn colored mass which con stitutes the dainty of the oyster Is Its liver and this is little less than a heap of glycogen Associated with the gly cogen but withheld from actual con tact with It during life is its appropri ate digestive ferment the hepatic dine faze Time mere crushing of the d5uty between the teeth brings 41nn two bodies together and the glycogen at once digested without other help Its Own diastase tfhe oyster In the uncooked state or merely warmed is In fact self digest ire But the advantage of this provi sion Is wholly losfby cooking for the heat Immediately destroys the ass cl atoll ferment aud a cooked oyster has to be digested like any other food by the eaters own digestive powers Lincoln an a Life Saver William A Newell who had the rare distinction of being governor of twO states New Jereey and Washington told iu Success of his romantic experi ences as a congressman In 1849 when he originated the life saving service by offering a resolution In the house of representatjves to appropriate money to save lives Imperiled by the sea Pel low members of congreso at that sesr slon wore Johmu Quincy Adams and Abraham Lincoln llr NCwell said Varfous objections were made to my motion the strongest of wbjoh wns stlin tlie schemwaa impracticable I laid the matterSjpfore a great manyl senators amid menViers speaking to them In person Ex President John Qnlncy Adams occupied a sent Just be hind mine anti aftcrXhe reading of the resolution clerk IcaneX forward anti said to me would like tbvsee that ret olutlbn I sent for it and taunted It to him He read it over carefully and handing It to me said with a smile It Is good I hope lt will prevail Abra ham Lincoln also read Iffind said Newell that Is a good measure I wilt help you I am something of a life saver myself for J invented arecpwi that righted itself on the Mississippi sand bars CnlllnK the Doctor A good story Is told of Dr X Trbo Is the physician in charge of the female wards of one of our best known chari table institutions One evening about 0 oclock Mary a new Irish servant girl knocked acthe door saying Doctor the Lead nurse wants you to come down to supper The doctor swelling In his pride of superiority above the nurses sent the Irish girl aWay with a curt message Half an hour later the head nurse came to his room looking ver r serioua Doctor said fNo 8 is very bad Indeed I tliluk you ought tb set herat once Why did yon noflet me know be fore was the reply Why doctor said the nurse I scht you word by Mary half an hqur ago The fool said the doctor She told ine to fome down to supper Why said the nurse sent you HAnH clear May thought It more polite to say Come down to supper3 than to say Come down to terPearsoas Weekly f It Is sold that posts planted In tl9 earth upper enl down will hjst longer than those which are set In the natural position In which the tree graw It Is spmetlmps easier to step Into onotjier manjl fioia than it is to walk In them Chlcagp N ews J When flit skindi1I colored splotches 1 swollen glands Caching muscles u and bones the disease is making rapid headway and far worse symptoms will follow unless the blood u promptly and effectually cleansed of this- violentdestiuctive poison S 8 S is the only safe and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this specific poison It cures the worst cases thoroughly and permanently I M CtHttIe CkHiethfAUCiR3 trIedfivetitfi me no ood I was wor nit the time ihy hair came ouU ulcers appeared in throat aud mouth lay body was altsOstrorered with copper colored splotches and offensive paleshihave bent no worse tidy thosc at Ivras canundentand my sufferings 1 had about lost nil hop of ever being welt again when I decided to try S SS but must confess I had little faith tnt in iny Biedlcine After talnng the third bottleS noticed a change in my condi tioti lhIswasIthllren- rourgiflgrand td cr muted to give a a i a thorQuth trial Prom bthat time on the improve silent wasrapid SSS peemeil to bte the dii ease completely under control the sores and ulcers heated sad I was eooh free from all fen of the disorder r hae vt V beeiistronKatjd healthy ever since VW SMrrHi I cIcBoxftr NoblesvUte IwL sssTstbeonlypnrelyvege Eercni7 potash or other mineral poisom Send for our free book on ploodPpison it contains valuable informatiph about this fiiseasc with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for jn di cal advice cure ypnrselfi at home SWifT SffCtf AjgnllA ls jRILEy GPLifTI JARiuu Wp p Presidsat VlflePrtIi4Ptey sad LEXINGTOX tNTRtIKNSr iEttZ tiN IRANCN n wt4JswTN-Paid CortittatolHoidcrs tOSepteisther 1S9 ItMy1iOO lilRINGFIELD I5jMisaJennieRedditig Margaret Thompson 14 0- 0MIsNannieflstrmen 7Oo Mrs P C Greaer 7 00 2 Leo pavdpn i 3 30 jOoIi- ssMaryBromyn 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