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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TTTTiTI LEADER wtablllberl TNEwSI I coJabiJiatlOlIof the I WMbfaiott Coaty XMdcc 188414 aW r 1SO94 t r v- 23 1k R H ee1 Bee laydon Sr J N rryla U14 oIa43 Slall0r1ELD xi Q tN E DCOUBty teat ofWah 51 mile southwest of Lox 1MIt froai Louisville onBard wa k aef Lou1svlll Bd 5Yllk5 rstlteeia a farIngafld i J ttld fwo bst3 telegrapk exprail mills lumber 1uYlol4t optIon 1100 county 1OIO OOtlIt1MS Ron D H ttk Io4genytthi Jtv l S toylE Kentucky Legislature CFBorle1 0 Benste lion R FluryCar Ky 4 f CIrcuit Court begins On the fourth 3lon l fnytot October W B Swceaey Attorney F MCtmPbCli Clerk T W l r Commlalol1M Quarterly Courtis held on the r4M l April July n4Octcber I t COUNTY bbunT mootS on tbeTo 1rth KonSf nVinaach month d BhUtsey Judge rt f W F looker County Clerk t tv Attorney t tt B Po1eU f t BvroaCroake Ed MasterS Moore county Surveyor TPOBryan Assessor RVrd Thipty A BCampbcll County Treasures L M Montsomory Coroner oiaaOTOP WH Baker Ppllca Judge t VfD Claybrooke ty At juance oounr l ustis cO r nrobed in r t i HURcI H BAPTJS OHORCH 1 ttxv G F Hambleton raster Services- vayot Bands r titO at 83O Pravsr Meeting on W etJ CffURCQ 4tw O S Prather pastor Sfrvrces On M First Jt4 Oiird Sma Vs 0 each wintb t l CHUROtI fAWSOl1tP lorSotvice eery aJnn 8 P uPt1yar Meet i t 5iCv ry TIinD5dftY ntgitt iV CATHOLIC CHURCH tt 4undayat nad oclock Services sSotRo CHRISTIAN CHtmCH Rev HjF Lloyd pastor Services eec Sunday in each month at the MeUiodUt 0 nisureb L = L = I i Zsouio c1d lodge N6 50 aectsobCOnd londV I eacbttnth tWashington H 0 chapter eVery third Honda v Bpringfi ld Council No 52 meets every- fourth1 0 Monday iKiJf1HTS or jiosop Meets livery in each month Ksiqn rsoy MioihB Meeta ever- yIrst Wednesday of J OR AL diwii TillS N 24 Meets every Wednesday night fn wi wain McElrflr gall v N RrriYal and of Trains = 4S Ar ripringfleld Lv 120f t Valley Hill 5 UllOO ll Booker 5 47 147 158 i Woodlawn 6 03 2 ISI t li 27 EarIy Times6 2 ii Bordsto 623 55 2 09 11 10 103j 4 10 45 4 10 tOCane 05 1000 HobU 5 953 flt7014 36 545 9 43 7 105 00 ilO 720 South Park 7 8 South Louisville j 30 are the wort fatal of all d t I oc money Iftt P1 II t1 6111 for ana sa y w CYfl teN s w r r i w j r Tilt NIWS L I EAD1ft ft r NeSeriesVo1 iEI 421 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 1901ini l W JlfIIirioaC UiM BURTON lCO UNDERTAKERS ElyiBALMERS dsotFuocralSuppUesJ IRECTORYI tecehy agrcdttirtdi5 adte1epleOe eolir popuiaUO0f eeeatattveIa Rcprseet1t0UaBipbelteTJUe COUNTY DIRECTORY fok cnOulToOlJftT FcbrnaryTMoy CEVattersbnJude Commonwealth unsXastl eUAftTliPlLYCOUftT ilalnJnauary IIJtIISFIrudga COQBtyConrt TMayestRSm1thJAne JBidhey cllo1ues1 SPRINGFJILQ ohtucMbaI nhYhi JJ diylOctobor SanuaryAPr DIRECTORY yat1mSPm ssuI5htat7m MBTHODIST IIamebdP33 pa5bvTEtt1itN ievltEQt34ai RevjPHennesypABtor Servlcctenrs eaJmehOlJrt FRXTERNktL 0RERS LonotBpi4g Nc27meei AdfourthMOnckiy eachtnoinK Land TIME TABLE Depaitire iiShtO Croakes5M1- io5iazaretIi6363JSamuc1lG413MllcatsvllIe6Sptlngi53 65U415t BardstmvnJunct 4rBhepbwrdvllle Hubers727 739t 1AKIDNEY DISEASES yI FDLEYS ViDMEY en trefunded Cofttanll flmeircQuzcQ K1dociv BlmJdU trcuiJ Pxza cfmSlSM4C1c e Odds and Ends of Gossip i Crook The Unkisscd lprofessor Algio Crook of the western University baa sprung into fau by asserting that ho never huggedflepjayoman j l rofeMipr oh professor Did yottlSPMrstyly slip You ankyutfud diuMel with a red aodfoSIMI tilpfdquiverFromyo11r rightlybatProfessor oh Professor DMyou never take a drive Whea the moonlight and the maids made you glad you were alive Never guide the horce onehanded Or through one part of the trip Let him amble slowly homeward wit Jthe lines wrapped round the whip Professor oh Professorl Of your fallings I take note Andlits hard to think that really you have got the rightto vote Andmy only hope Professor irlts true youve not been kissed Is thatyott itJoshrIDOGLAW4ThG Jdog scarce is abroadat d several cases of maddog have riibeenco 0ntyrecent1yboth real arid imaginary has fe lutedvicious dogs whether they are really mador not together with the record of the steep killed b7 dogs in the country la the course of a year brings to mind the good that mi h6 result in the enactment of a g oodState dog law The dog question In Kentucky judging Irom pat history seems to be a hard one to handle and mbrrr than one member of the legisla turehas suffered wreck of his poljiicil future by attempting ttb GTebehtve than Kentucky will soon have to follow the example of othei States 1ndenact some kind of a dcg law or else suffer a sel ious Jiindcrance to one of Its imp rt nt industrie hat of sheepraishig There isD dog law in force in Tennessee that appears to be about ihe right tthing and is said to work ad tmrably This law provides that the owners of all dogs shall pay a fee of one dollar to the county treasurer and have his dogr egis teredand a description of it en tot ea in a book kept ipr that purpose by that ofiScial It is made unlawful for any person to allow any dog utdrrhis control or ownership to go upon the p1wpublic highways unless providing Ihi however that the act shalli not apply toa dog on a hunt or cbsseol on th6 way to or from a hunt or qhasej nor to a dog guarding stock or on the way for that purpose nor to a d being moved from one place to another by a person owning controlling the dog norto a dog owner shall tdpaid to county trustee or treasurer one dollar and taken a receipt therefor specifically de the bgp ynient i mll so as to ts tingutsh Vt rofn olher dogs the paymentto boj madeald the r c ccipt to be taken before the date of offense It is also further provided IhajB the owner olany dog even fis licensed is liable r damages t the owner of a property destroyed by the dog We believe every stock raiser in 01tawl should be for it for if a owns a d g that he is un manI to pay a dollar a year axon may put it down that it is mighty no account do and iitI aI jI thu noaccount dogs the worth ess curs that kill sfieep and go mad VAT ATER rThere is a decided tasti1sj to tne water which comes from the new water works reservoir vhch has been the cause lot some alarm among the promoters and friends of this new en t rpriSe wLlch promises so In Iifor the community It ij tie opiqon of those who have invest tigatPd tits matter however that Ittho roublo1th the wale only a torapqrary one The v wbli rnttri wbicU accumulated in the new basirij3 now going tbrough a process of decay and thoughtJd through the action of the sun and atmosphere Such has been the history of otler reser vpirs and the water consumers of e town may rest assured thai the water from the new works will be good and fresh before many days nlinr ovNGSince the appear viYjL ofaucetb 2isagllinghoggishJ f countritc highways in their farm the eyil has attracted considerable tice paibeenof new fences by neighbors and is said that legal polices will LUbe served upon the former tto OVO tbeir fence lines If attention is paid to all of these en croachments on the county operty there will be a general moving time A few notices should at least serve as a warn g to others not to attempt expansion by unlawfully acquiring new territory GENTLE HINTIIn our style of climate with its sudden changes of tempera tu IIOrrIni often intermingled ia a tingle da YIitIS no wonder that phi theidrenare so frequently taken from us by neglected coIdshalf thB4fdeaths resulting directly from this cause A bottle of Bosche s ermanSyrup kept about your home for immediate use will prei largedoctorsby the use of thr e or four doses For curing Consumption Lea orages Pneumonia Severe Coughs Oroup or any disease of th coesuccess aSYQurdruggist i t sample bottle free from Haydon Rob lsotlRegular size 75 cil toxsLCan G eo L Heard ot High Tower Geor gia wri estEczeDlt broke out n bodyUnderclan he got worse as he could niatof sleep for the burning and itching We used a box of aIBannerISalvelon him and by the time it was gone he wa ell The Doctor seeing it was curing t im said Stick to It for it i doing ihim mote good than anything I have done for him Wood Wtmsattsu Youire much more liable to disease when your liver aud bowels do not act EarlyOgdiseasey Joeorf ars yBurglarsffthrought dows of the residence of W 3I Reed ou Moreland aVuue on Monday night the IatIPvade Mrsgl cbildtenjwerequletI1sleeplD Mr Reeds pantaloons froaitherp accustomed place ona cbairj took them into the parlor and llooted them The burglars took a yaWblo oLtYvljmmed spectacles and aU the money found amounting to four Io r flye dollars and left by way the front door without dis turbing Mrs Reeds purse and rings IYin1in plain view on thojli dresser or even the slumbers oft the inmates On the same night the residence of Rums Taylor pn the same street was entered and some yftluablestakevwltb out 11anypremises of S W E sly and Capt Corn were also visited but neither bouse was enteredI Harrodsburg Democrat hIdisaprHazerfyou get DeWitts you will get good resuUtI is the quick and positive RobertsoninchNever go away from home without bottle ofbri Bells IcyChangements or lexposure a3riffamousQntell itt eACKVILLE From Our RcBulab Correspppdaat Mrs Maggie Ray bourne sold a combined 5yearold horse to Mat Hilton for 80 Reuben Bottom bought a two yeafold colt of N R Ward for W0 ItqCreed Hickersbn spld a house and llot in Mackville to Huston Otcpmdenfor205 George Warren has begun carding Wool at his old stand near Mackville and will so con tinue until August 20thsatHarmon Powell sold 8000 pounds of tobacco to Thdmpson Lake of your town at 6c Henry HLton bought 10 bbl 5 corn of Dude Cocanougher 25 Mrs C A Bricken andl dauglii ter nave been visiting relativewa at waL1ngtonBorn on the Hth to the wire of lire Arnold a fine daughter fooErnestrrels of coin to James Ham on for 2per bblIJames Bayies and sons sold 21 hOlts averagiflg 172 lbs to Peters Go for 510psr hun dp3 Orcenetb Peter is Very low at this writing with Bronchitis Tillord Wills Austin Texas is visiting thla family of Jamep MoMlllin near town HOi ThlSl Wo ofler Oilo Hundred Dollars Seward foi auycasbvof atnirh that cannot ej cmied by Halls Cat rrhC ro HiFWe the undersi ned have knowrrP JCucnoy for thq last 15 years and ltle him perfoctlj hoiiorabloin nil bus iness transactions and financially able lJytheirsT it TTUAX Wholosal SuedoTo1 WA KINNJVN t MARVIN Whole lo Drngi8L1Tplmlo O HAils Catarrh Cure is taken intornnllt acting directly upon the blood and urn cou surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by nil Druggists Tcs ttincnials freecoBiliousness is a condition charac ter izedhy a dhturbanceof the diges tive organs The stomach is debili tat geedconstipated There is loathing of food pains in the bowels dizziness ated tongue and vomiting first of t the undigested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach ansi Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy appetite They n1soS i up the liver toa healthy action J d regulate tha bowels Try hem and wl withHaydonIJ Rpbertson Tile Great Scourge modern times is consumption I Many Jcures and discoveries from time to time are published but Foleys Honey and Tar does truthfully claim to core all cases in the early stages and always affords comfort and relief t In the very worst cases Take no bstitutes Wood Wimsatt The Gold Year Eightyfiye year ago was the er without a summer Frost curred every month in the ear 1816 Ice formed a half chthick in May Snow fell toe depth of three inches in Now york and also in Massachusetts in June Ice was formed of the thickness of a common window 1as throughout New York on the 5th day of July Indian corn was so frozen tat the greater art was cut in August and dried for fodderj and the farmer aup plied themselves from the corn produced in 1815 for the seeding f the spring of 1817 7 A sudden attack of croup in the small hours darknesaTof is very an noyiiig to the parentjwho needs sic Dr Bells pIPineTcrHoney will cure a dO child keep Flaime Fl s 1tharmlcssMl F D Arnold Arnold la writes 10 was troubled with kidney disease about three uplevetalthrae bottles of r urffectedfeelsbetterrecom mends it to his friends Wood Wimsatt Free Turnpikes- In speaking of free tarnpifcef a gentleman in position to know said to a representative of the Advocate yesterday Free turn tikes while uder discussion were bitterly opposed a great many people contending tthat theipikes could not be kept up as well by taxatio s by IFOo a j rations without the impbsition of exhorbitant taxes Tjbe e pauses incurred last year we it the neighborhood of 70C and the yearwas1500Iess greatly improved i bel olttermor ma terialon albyp qan safelyf said with reducttpns Iin sts of keeping shpoownappopric tions of the fiscal court and the excellent condition of theroads that free i noisfactoypeople of Boyle county +Dan ville Advocate r If people only kliewhat wfi know about wouldtusdln nearly every household as e are few people who do npt suffer eatingbelchmgter brash caused by indigestioni pepsia A preparation uch as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach will your d certainly cant help digfst you gOOd Haydon R y Eczema and Skin Erupt ions Reml ksEczema ionlRemicks Pepsin Blood Tonic WillQure the most obstinutwh At Haydon Robertson Cutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to make yourself a subject fort expert menting in surgerj1 This isiinneces sary Sutherlands Eaglet EVe Salve will cure sore eyesnand granulated lids when all others have failed It strengthens weak eyes s rarovcH Sermon at Ninety TheRev W W Graham sh01a will be ninety years of lage iin the fall preached his farewell sermon at Grapevine chuch last nday t fun overflawingj house Ij was an ideal May dajy j jcocool enough to make thego1 be pljeasartandbosom of Vie Chaplin river bills glailed0W sweet odo of both wld and domestic flowers hargingj on the ntlebreezes i r daroplace or circumstance cou Id have been selected for the event tbatj bad employed the mintls of EO many vitb such keen desire for so many weeks Earn st re SP eetful admirers gathered in from all sections itllisten tD the words of encouragement as dsa jsdom as they fell from the aged lips and the4Gr4pevine choir which has been many years noted for the beauty ex pression and exceltancjj of itsc singing was ut its best abd fur Qj shed most excellentj Vocal music The Hendrens the Simsi the Sanders the Grahams the = BLUES II I Ever hive them j v Thert ve cant T A tell 4you iny thing about J them You know how dark everything ItoO k s and how you are about ready to give up Spine how you cant throv off 1to the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats Where I YourI bloodAYQfl 4 sarsavariltpurifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activ ity and cheerfulnesS This Is what Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla Jn the land the Ttlnd that Was old before other Sarsa pariHas were known i Tls also accounts for i the saying One bottle of Ayers te worth three bottles of the ordinary kind v4Hak44s Mk1Ui41 1lN Ni lcanl frei To rcelv pitr- p B owns theVoorhies the Grays led bv that old veteran of singers tIISimps Hendren poured thoU he an meodydhardth m sing betore satin eney9d wonder The speaker when he rose to dress the assembled multitude n d that while his extreme age rendered his physical sigibawerless to enjoy the scene the y theaofbeautiful picture and madei nisi heart swell and beat as ithadjv t done before He felt keenlyfr e Jove and veneration mani1 Tested for him and called down Gods upontbeThe closing Exercises were mbst solemn and impressive HarrodgDemocratpr rS bC1rTrbunfensIfl sweettonedSteger ollenclrbasnIwuysuie PbogTCntdurabilityji equ1phflyeryprgestIntending purchasers willl find it profit able to writeJor fun mIchuponuPIIUstiO1 ISjVJChicago Your eyes nVed toning vtp jut as well as your system JDoiit think because you have never had tore eyes thz lsatt Eagle Eye Salve It is cooli healing and strengthening It will clear your sight Try the new remedy for eo tivenctsI ch amberlains Stomach and rein blets Every box guaranteed Price 25 cents For sRbertsonThomas Maple Birkbock 111 kidneitroqbhuld not tjinme nogobd Saw Foleys Kidney Cure advertised and took one bottle which cured me and I have not been affected since 1 dly recommended this remedy oOd Wimsatt Bardsfown Court Day l CXTJondayt lay4weather was beautiful and highly favorable for farm work a gO odI sized crowd was in town and business was extremely brisk with the merchants A traveling evangelist made things lively on the square for a short time IHe ng a song delivered a sermon an dtook up a collection which netted him a dollar or two Bve was accompanied by his wife ai traveled in a topless buggy drawn bya melancholy looking hone The auctioneers were not Ptet busy as there was very little Ifor them to sell Esquire E H Anolrf reports the sale of horse for 71 cow 329 Auction j ecr J To Eddeman sold airmail sow and four pigs for 18J501vi sow 51875 small heifer 20 old cow 25 bay horse withdrawn at 7625 He also solda second hand wagon for S1777 3tand a 1rdlr A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time J sufterea from a severe sprain of the ankle says C eo E Gary editor tff the Guide Washing ii Va After using several yenI recommended medicines without success I tried Chamberlains Pain Ba and am pleased to say that relie amec as soon as I began its use da complete cure Speedily followed This r pOiedyfamily for frost bittenfeet with the best results I cheerfully recommend its use to all who may need a fi rst class liniment Sold by Hayuon Robertson GAO 0 HIckock CnriisBV Wis says Foleys KJdnoy Cure has been tested and found to be aljyon claim for it I have given Ittotmy father and It Is the only thing thai evar helped hlmu Wool Wimeatfe State News EC Hathway of Lexingtpri has been cnoseff general man ager of the UnithciRaitwaysy Light eompc w Sr H secured Liiia nomination forlSute Kepresen taiive in the D3mocraticpriml any in Carroll c tintyi nofcratic primary John W Alex anderwas nominated forBtate KepreseAatiyeT were struck by elbel fi el Tb tax vi9s bfitween the r J1IB wIcileaW t titilisgh CMII Of the j rWAbnrrech tsia t fvl byen 1 h 1 t fr t ItAnVJI JII r AB5QUiTELytVRE mof e ddkkxrt and 11Makrthefo MlfIlltlI so i4li nkso M dtson county an Fiscal Co irt have been com promised It is profit oth the Mvy corn corner I re between 500 000and700000me The Duchsss of Cleveland mother of L jird Rebery1died in Germany Boyle County Democrats have nominated T E Reed for Re Osontative Gov Brct lam reafsed forty fiv reqeyesterday 4v oAboutgone on stri ce at Alt m int an II ne Pill Ky The Altamontt taminers strucl aaihst a mruih ty pay day and a gi Grantee t f e days work in the week The evious con lihons were eniiI m l theinarsHill miners sbruck againsfhigh prices in the company store HOW TIS DONE1yThe first o ject iin life vvith the American pe pIe is toC get rich iis igth e second ow to retain good health The st can be obtained be energy onesty and savingl the secend 2pod healthj by us g Green August Flower Should you bea o pofAppendicitiF Indigestion etcanj such as Sick UeadachePalpita tibn of the Heart Sour Stomach al4tual Ccistireness izssiness of the Head Nervous Ffostr a tion Low Sj irils etc you needI not suffer another day Two dloses of the well linQwn August Flowerwni elieve vou at once j Go to Haydn Robertson andjcr eta sample bottle free Regu r size 73 cts Get Greens5 Prize Almanac i had arm ninga rtf n my breaBt for over a jear1 saya Henry It RIch rds of illsey vflle N Ylaud tr led a great uany remediea but gothol no relief untl I ned Bahnec Salve A thfterfe otly cured I cannot recommend it too iigbly Wood Wim8att t Mr WJB ixtcr of North BtookN fornfifteeii years lri many rcme dies with no r suIts until he nsetl IIcjn gifts Witch Hazel Salye and that ickly cflred him Haydon IK Rob rtsou F iimaryini Boyle Returns Jromilie Democratici Primarym Boyle c unty show the followit g succesCul candid tes and tIl ir majorities iIiTP ei Representit ve 89 S P ifi jDowell Sheriff 220 W Hi Prfi vitf County Judge 463 W S Fitzgerald Jailer 70 Fred I arris Assessor 150 W J Ra vlins S hool Super iiutendantV J Piico County Attorney and J B Nichols County OltrJiTw ere nominated without op ositIOn Much inter I estwas manifested in the election e3ilmpolled Walkers Nuic is the link Ithat icks up the ritl force of rtati in Ino rundown st ite and binds Win to h eaith and trngth brecuperati the Brain rcg ulating the action of the Heart and Nourishing the Nervous Systenr ki Manor Grand yJupy The grtK dI jury has dome nd f g ofoneeliighteenbusy set ol mOO and did their work well They returned them following udictments Drawing ifand pqintin g deadly weapon 0no- m carrying cjoncealed wpoi is t Lies3Ul11three gaialng BlMkyUmj robbery or e trespass QK selling llq lOt i optiow pdItrlctIbreaChwoundinjf one fwlinf to t property qp1 IbMaIeiKyI e the croup e17 hed I geve Nr fseveral do I of Foky Tar and Sbe esmt i TH t= Sd IWU NG 1 POWDER ido5jjStoryJr Eggsthe fruit of th Jish rpiJpnhIi t as e and inexpeMiTt aiiytiiiiici dium t i1f eJPeeilHy cr0 tliay taking the y tee or atrifaonillagencies hi thllplCf A 1w I nbnths ago a younj ma i here Ion Seding some egg being5casei for shipment cM of idle t1tioVitv wrote hi name sad iwUrwssV on a nice large egr jrijfcHMI eV uest to the purchaser1 rnaletoQe r repbrt the coaditio theeggw1ier purchased A rewdays lapsed anJ tie incri dent was almost forgotten wh6uj letter catrei addressecl in a neat feminine hId and bearirfj the postmark of a thriVitfi litlltT town in Ohio a suburb vt Oiri a cin natti The letter obtained t encouragmsr newg tjjat the egg had been purtchae nljL hadbeepeO me besides thcwriiermoUest hinted that a corrcsba4ntt- hisin town OrJr c oSher was the one thIng nteUful l 4tfl WaHf ftIer life one blissfUr dr 1iB 0ft course Qurhe ohastfret to as sure the dear iiCtlV thing that und he 4w9uld dis3i1 suesi V ssed frequently and rejpTlirjy d Is ey photos hayes fX changed which has de4 kipuueia atmutual Jikiog and ndif the course of loyeis ruDDi0g feootii ly and unles a cloud ariWjtK clouds sometimes d6VJjptcqpjuval bliss i in stora for Vurl handsome youtir and his iityin Ohio Harrodsburjc De t f v jl r i l Red MnJThe 4w + Indinstookthe 1iwl tWednesday andseiit trrorb e the hefcris of the piI faces wi th their bloodcurdlingwar oss he cuso f ital1w a e big parade in ccsluraifj Tty Wereval mounted and chased te nderfotf and whetf tINY t citpturedfaim proceeded to tak his scalp in opproved Wesru- Tbeconventi f raannerf is e y d t tripkrWgb BriOEfan r d Tjiyejurnedr voteoftthinks to the j Vilk tibe and the DMTill people Maty left tow busr SO M atOy er aadvisitd the Do 11 awl centre Colle eIeaLes imketi game to have beK ptylbl thn- vih1oD and JflCtIOtiOit7 tI4bI wScal1cenedD R1U Nut SheeX1IIed G Beoy1U wtJ theD L MQliti eei Ir this lcityj nterto befall ll Iiek 44r-y Saturday njr tbe do gplyhg lieL EAf iTO7 11er1jI I 7 1 ings flo1ei sd tOUt ciofri a ewe bee1 ot 11OV With lambs many of itt e latter almost ready for the market wis torn ax1 b1dtglll- ed iIM a iaaQCer pitiful to be hold by a pact off mojrderovs cani iec Nt1UMT ihio fifty lfi yiag w r Icatt re4oer ii undredacit Nt hWtoylea e erlv onniaie otl lye trr teen Vv k bjooJ and anIeidl toeWlrC Qfcour e IHlti won will die ee ts- 1ib d l f Wva oEot bel whlk others ere oortl or leani ho tilL Mrs JIoij Is o It oD- chtaod1otad 1Iyxeist vM ao Xrl Dtst wortk walk to preach oo the bject of dogs fto4 sheep im kfeit ooecti o Tile affects ut i r mixtstre ett apptreai Oc liw ll t 9j W J CoSt Ba 1orbh t lugs in a1milte- aaDe t Eilli IRYSLEAD- Ehrrf b j It9 11 i L1JNCe1It- f fi 5PRINGFIiLP f L DAVISON Jrr Eon nn = = 4 j Vopiill or Ijnilnepo polices 10 cents per at for the first insorMon and 5 cculs fbjr cdb ttiiSsutitaentiiusertJpu CjdLboarpanaHatosaHd polittctf matterJ ID centp rlr JoVwo fk H done at Tow rates bit cash nits b7iht ondellvery or good V jt9ajf contracts tmaiile oh liberal trn j f arni resoiutions of respcc 1k eQtsprlfco NoUItME LYrfagr5trnte5 joiniy Ofllcers t 500 f trictOaiCc3r 10CQ t THURSDAY MM 28 H90I f Tar County mf t 1 prixey- w yeare ant jjorized to announce P1 SCOTT MA YES 4SA candidate for theolflcoLo- ft CJonn tty Attorney of Washington county tCmbor elactlon 19J- ltr Ti0r4TaistIate Veare aucborizfra1 tq annountle I JAMES L JItfDD Aea tondidate for Magistrate in the V reflerickstown atiti Springfield No9 4iTii tHcts NoVcmber election 19J1IJ For SK riff We are authorized to announce J3YSON GROAKE Hfeijfa candidate for tbe office of Sheriff z Washington county November eecI tion 3901 Peputies Sidney Os bourne Ed Masters Ric1ard Tebam we arcfetlthorlzou to announce GA L aONEY As a candidate or the Democratic vjir uiin tlim for Representative from yp11 rig QnconutNov niber elec rian 191 I o THE grateful news comes that it Mtu1ey who wasthought ta oWtime lOSt week to be at V 3t f fteadcar is so much iro 11hwcdthatshe is thought to be- oiit of danger aud the President ijs 8ble tofiU some ofhis ap pbmtmentsi in the fkr West He r vewed 50000 school children In San Francisco and then drove tJ the Presidio where he wa1 iC iy dbyGeIloSI r rtlnd his bt ff The convalescence of Mrs lIcKfuley is rapid It is pro a 43e ttrat the presidential part i will 5tarton StrduYfor Wash 3 i JJgron = The big strike ot Machinists 4the country is pring suc Vessful lot the strikers Ap vpTOximately one thousand firrpsi nntslgneci the new nine hour I itrragreenaenk and the men seem to Iho winning their strike The tvtorm centersare at Cncinhaitr don the Pacflc cait Itlslt- lttlraed at Washington bead quartos that allied Wades will t9icfllt f the maihluists de 1tcr9r1sare net acceded to by em- iViodrs who are stirl folding 4 luti t VWfc suppose iitiisi ell settled uaw ahOat that Republican Sena tonal nomination news item t Sfl a Louisville duly says Senator Driboa and Congress man Bbreing who have been en gaged in a heated cjoiroversy I over the Reptiblicaa nbni nat5on for SeuSfcir uirt in a room t tie Louisville Hotel and wore tScOCtCd for over two hours Iff they 1 ado Ily let Sapp itrb thp powwow Ki would alllbc over butthe shouting J Judge Evans of thovU S s Pjiirt severely eeDsuers J N Saunders formerly from this vjX yplace now of Stanford for ex ceeding his Aphprity iiii The pre MiSf baukrupey f1 1f + st Tolcihsemani Abbey r QjJ eraor fieckhom and thT 1 ItjJe vl visitt Getherna rAbfi5i June 4th and she wi 19 1oon llady WgUif gtl 1itfluttin Jt is a piivile- it gE L vvtil grauted iheife of ti V sWent of the United State loanrl itie Governor of the 3tute where tibpSQholy men hav s liblished Afebey ExGoyer l nor Knptts fifjBwas the first t avail fteVfelf of this privilege ttp ntIOQs arG belD ndwi i b9agreat da ciltl y t Getjjseinant i Nelso R Qrd tf lonJrreYrrr r1CItih t ltI J or =c rtiArII tiU o t r mnrrr- t L1f i th The Band Toil Tttavo Altvays Bought and which has pooohi trilko and lias been annde under liis per f7t 2p sonal supervision shico its infancy SABowno one to dccclVo you in thisoAll Counterfeits imitations and fJustasgood are but Experiments that triflo vitli and endnagrcrtho health Of a Infants and Cliildren Experience against Expcr1menii What is CASTORCasloria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Par goric Drops mid Soothiug Syrups It ig Plensant It contains neither Opium Morjihino nor other liarcotlD substance Its ago IS Its guaiauteo It destroys Worms and alhtys Fcvcrlshncss It cures Bjarrl oaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething1 Troubles curds Constipation o and Flatulency It assimilates the Food iegulate tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy ami natural sleep The Childrens JnnaceaThc Mothers Friend EtJUD E CASTORRAA WAVS f Bears the Signature oft h Jt i d The Killd You IBlave Always Bought Isin Use h For Over SO Years CIENTURCOIlPA OAR t1loftO ly VVILLJISBBRG I rom Our ttcgnll1r Corcsromlont Mr James TDohouey and Henry Tddd of Adair county were visitib g S A Dohbnuy last weok jv Miss Delia Scruggs WDQ has ben visiting her sister ftirs Bij L Baxter bf AMibrook has re turned home Mr W C Bell of Lebanon W4 stbe g u etor his sister Mrs WV S Gibbs last Sunflay W S Gitbs was in Lawtoco burp Monday Dr WW Hjatt and yife nave rreTurned from Louisville WalterWills vliQ Iasattend Log school for The past three months has returned borne j The D doauop at this place wilt be Saturday june 1st ul 130 dclodfe p m We extent an Inyirtatipa to ell Min7 hiure- sug esed t1J n u eof G W Bowizg of- harpsilloto beotne a candid tote for Magistrate iDtbe Willis urg and North Magistral Dis Mr Bowing v2S Deputy Sheriff of this county fpia number of years and also was a Magistratei for several years Ydur correspondent t attended the Republican District Uonven ion at Poljn school house Sat urday eveninThere were 250 present ajb all anxidu to vote Thb contesiing candidates were Sqo ire Nira rod Hen dren Istaji Prather and Jki Gordonft 230 pin it was ajinounccd that each man wouTdi follow his candidate At that time Mr rather withdrew from the race Gordon nion wajtied up the roiJand Hendrensmen ataycd in the yard Mr Macs field Crow was apPQinted courand he saip as boo walked jp the line that they were ia supha confusiodtUat the would not be counted ThQ cpoimitteemaa report this to Squire Hendren uo at onjse withdrew from tha conventiOn and the committed declared here had tsen jo ocon4 venlion held conventtoothfld iin tbjo WillSburg Maigistera1 al District at Tathim SpnoKS The contesting candidate were Squire B Hatahett txaijlil Squire Kayes A secret ballott was talc 1lId Squire fiaiclietl was efe ted by 14 votes Joe Tatbam Jfeated W DJ fjj dir for Cl ns able by 17voto L TO cur ACOI1 CJSE OAf aVako Laatvo BrorttoQninln Tablet drug it6 rafunil the money ltjilt filM to cur For sale by iIi Jtoti rt cn nnd Wator t Itrowno The least in quantity and most iit quality dcscribcs DeWitlls I Utli Early picra the fqmous pills fps co2istipiuoi and liver complaints Haydon iSfRoUertson t J Vyanis Dog Law j It Is a flagrant violation oIf jistion for tho depredations oIf s wotjfess ours to continue un t npId by lawful action on th jtadtba Lsisiatureefjeu lucky aid jKominoH farmei to thp Advocate lturd1 r 40aly yesterday hefijntinOed Ireainyoir Mrv Boyiesjjof M roer countv ha 0 rqLIssutaine1a Ios of20f JiBtid ihji W I Oa e fcom tin sttoesoWiJPi bad lost over 50i worthofe sos nd lambs HOW syerinmy otiivon ttc depre dationscannot be stopped by a llaw imprsing a tax That might decrease the number of dogs and iin alike ratiq decrease telosses but the protection thus afforded wouidnt be sufficient The only way that fal ers will receive prttlonfwIiL be by the death of the dogs oi a law forcing ownerS to fasten them up at uijlira violation giving any one the privilege of killiqg stray curs aTter astatou Hour litI the evening As most of tIll dogs get urMhejr work at night I think the loss from their raid can almost be totulty avoided bs tlje enactment of such a taw as I suggest n hep fjiisots should agitate the questionuutU they obtain relief Tturesioelias a dog law why cant Kentucky Danville Advocate Valuable land A Short time ago Mrs J ary EDOrse1 widow of Greenberry Dbrsejvof the BistTexas neigh boihood received a letterl Irom the State of Texas asking her fif sho wanted to dispose or her rand in bhat Stute The lerter was at first in the nature of a puzzle to Mrs Dorsey tiut after pondering oyjsr its xjontonts for awhile it1 finally darc ed upOL her that she remeuib red bear tng har husband speak of own Lug laridin Texas but he considered it of so Bittlo vrflue that be had not payed tho tax fDi somethiag like tventy years However Mrs Donoy ans we red the lerter bu tIeiit had time to reach iu dostinatiQu there urriedh re from Denlbr Texas onp ftjri Lahnana who cimo tu make an effort to secure UVdliindl for a syndicate be ro Vresented We are informed that he offered to take the l1nd- and devolpp it graoltng Mrs Dorsey a share of too proceeds Another report is thahb offer dlto bar the land out right ard pay Mri same several thous and dollar but this latter report is mere hearsay and we 6could not vo4iob for irs accuracy Mrs Dorset cjmeti final agreement with the syndicates asen bit in rompanywith Mrnre B seJyIQrtInt week for Texa whcro she vili Mock over th situation and tUien form hr plans as to the disposal of her i old Tde land is situated i l Hatdintountywbicb a joins Jefferson the county wnrein j Boiiutrior is 16cated and where the grfiatjjoil wels were discover synk1veryIl valuable and Mrsf Dorspy may oaarsIn a S J re years c swamps and not worth paying taxes on If it turns out the land is very valuable Mrs- Dorseysj friends will rejoice in hel gtJ PJqrtn ilbrJOtf Fat con i1 fJfMbdcl Road iiTbe Bx ttve Committee of Clord Roads Assow aiifn h id ameetingand discuss r ed plans for tQ eood roads oon vnnliion whmblil bo held here June 2t 27 and 28 A tt e arpoited to call Iloni ttte Goyfendr ana ask him to lHtlMFiTiiTTIiTni BiTj7iTjt rfiCJ e the aoJmntjpnRtd to appoint a dcfiegrVes from each Piscil Court in n estttAio attend The Ex eUie Qrauiiitee was also in c 2Irtructecl to call ou the Guy 3oundl rind the Piscil Court itiliaskihemto appropriate 250 J ijach tpay ihv expanses of jMQSSj i3uuncii stated tlu ttncJciy would contribute its PUt nnd1 callnn the iTuscail Court j ire a promise from its mornj sthat its part would oe eon- tbuted The pora miltea will begin to nrrarge for the Convention at- ncrtn l it hopes to Tiave ia large attendance as the suSject nf good rOpdsis attraxjting more than brdmaty iritere t all through the Stat Courier Jur all Pi GhancB TOT a 1 usttcr- Tberp is an oportnnity for or c our young mon or women to inailce rnocey with THE UNIQUE MoNTftLY Dep W Building New York ThisMont1 yrLiichwis formeriy The Penny agazine has how become the standard aifdin rnug zina or thwr1d wants one agent in this VicJo ity and will give excliiive tIer Titory lo tpe right person Beside paying big commissions toils iropresentive it sends a present worth mOle than tlrij price of The TJftiue Monthly to avery subscriber secured by the Teprespntative Better address at oncfo The Unique Monthly Depew Building Isfew Yorki tASTORlAfor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Botigtit Bears the- Iguattro ISi of THE FIRST GERMAN PAPEB =Den Jtr001111 In XT32 Printed the Ijirat Zcltnuff In America The first newspaper printed In tIle v6erraatt language in America wris the lhlndelliiscae Zeitung publiGhcd b y Jjonjumln Franklin In UHf year 1732 Tire PennsylvanIa Gazette for Juae 815 1731i contains the folio vug an nouitc4en The aaefte will comexUt on Moh lay ne ft and continue to be pUblfslicd ton iioudays t And on the Saturday following will be published Philadelphisehe Zuitunif or Newspaper in High Dutch wliiqh will continue to vbe published on Satur days once a fortnight ready to bed livered at Ten a CIockr to Country Sub eribers Advertisements are taken fh by tilt nrinter hereof or by Jfj Louis TIUJ thee Languuge 3lasterwIio trans lates ttieni In undertaking this new enterprise Franklin expected tp secure n liberal support from the ermaupopulntion of the province for whom lie had b en doing considerable printing but In tl Is he was disappointed end the pnbIca tOn oif the Zeitung was dlscontiiitigd nftero tow numbers Tiad been issued ThejZeitung wns a smnll sotoffour ijages ilh by 0 Inches ihe text printed Jn double columns 7lih Roman type nil at the bottpta of the fourth page bore tho inip r ut Philadelphia Gedrnckt bey FranckUn Jn der MarcKstras wo dlese Zeltungen Vbr 5 Shllln7 des Jahrs zu bekommen und Vvertisements zu bestellen Bind Thp tjrst number was issued June OI 1732 iand the second Sonnabcnd den 24 JunlJL732tThC publication ottho- Zoituithere1ore antedates by sev- enyenisibchPeutch ronnsylva ntscb GeshlcbtSchralbor published by Cbrlstoplrcr Saur Chicago Tims Xera1d The Cot of a DnUc A corresjKDUdelit of London iL A P rtells H story of the Duchess of Xoiit zuse whose beauty Is no less renowned ihan her philanthropy The scone win a bazaar Where tho duchess wits selling phptOpraiJhB One old Scotchwoman was ivcry anxlons to secure a photo prapli of the duchego but the price ask 6d w ns shillings Tire old voman lioslthtctl She wanted the photograph but fhc could not well afford somuch You con have my husband said the jfluctess with an amused glance at the tuke standing near for 2u Thj would purchaser looked at tho dukcj hud then at his photograph con temiituously Unit u crown she blurted out I Avou dun give silver saxjienco tot him But Bbd added insinuatingly I am right willing to give hauf a croon for your b nuic5sel AThp duchess Was unable to resisti this nnfT Jiorsolf added the other halt crown to the bazaar coffer or as an other version of the story goes the de eplsdd duke proffered the balance r r + Does thet Baby Thrive ii1f not something niustibe It wrong with its food rnol ers milk scoffstt I ish it she needs EMULSION It supplies the t elements of fat required for it the baby IT baby is jiot npurishefl by its artificial 4 food then it requirS lpcotts Emulsion 1 vo I SfbottleSf t effect It seems to have a i magical effect upon babies and children A Rftyent bottle wili prove the tijuth I of our statements Y Should be taken In summer as o Wfll ss winter dnigcistsX Yojk PAIKTIN BI i SIMS I ARTISTS WHO DEVOTE THE R TAL ENT TO ADVERTISING PURPOSES otioI TheTa llnvjj find Yar oil Training In Drtrwluis au4 Colqr Work and Some Ilavo Strledlt1 OTahions Old Vorld Atellcm Although the vivid advertisements 0 f the cxcellencca of foods omtnicnts clothlug nil mccbtfnicV tappllances lnbvn to man nnd a tbousm d otha r things never dreamed of4n tbe pliiloso phrofn hundred years ago ari contin ually cat liug tim cyo nnfl possibly shocking lie artistic cn sIll tI spf the beholder few of the ordinary observers give a moments question to the mak ers of advertisements The advertis lug craze has grown of late to such huge and unlovely proportions jthat any brief account falls to explain its work Inga The office of n largo ad mortising concern is one of the busiest j laces m town Artists are constantly appear lug with designs for the firm a amafl army of men with jialnt pots ni d brushes are hovering about waltlig to1Jc issentdences of the results of nil this labor Who arc the men that l1a nt thco heroic pictures one sees or unused walls and lofty lances ns eilnre porter of one of the men VJD keeps these subordinates busy They are not the peoplc ou think thorn I fancy was the ansi er In stpnd ofbfting daubers with about the ability necessary tovteldl a whitewash brush our 4est men ore real artists By thIs I mean that inanylot them hero had yoars of training In drawing ned colOr work Several 01 them have studied nbroufl In he ca teller of 1lenOl men A man whom LsiVpnlnt lug a head on a wall yestei flY is n night Instructor in a Brcjtlyn at pchool Ilecently one 1f our lucn 1011 ri largp wall tliQ liiggcst portrl ever nttpmntprl lIe hail RtiiiUpil fin years in t tnris art Wty do they take SChoOlat Work The other doesnt a a caso of commercialism In 1fliey Ilnd that they cant make the real thing pay so they conic o this common calling Theres money in It Why our stir painters get 50 Ji ccfe The daubers who put in backgrounds dont earn more than 10 br 15 a wpek Tho men who paint the designs in various boapcoBsiblc and conspicuous pluces have with them small copies of the designs to be reproduced tong espcriencu makes them expert M a curately tracing the design upon ti chosen surface Although tl q familiar tySseem exactly alike and one lace secmS the exact counterpart of ai other yett closer inspection will sIlo r various points cf difference In the case of very familiar picture which p dlsp ed from one cud of the Un ted StiltIaj to the jothgr when it was first brougbt- r out cue man was hired for the 5010 purpose of painting that oc design and to do this be traveled f 6Q Milan to California v Not the least of our d fflculties said tho advertising man is flndlng places to put our signs Wn hire men who do nothingelse but go about ni obtain permission from owi era to p ldi iip billboarda on their pro sites use tn vacant wall or decorate a fence or it roof It needs groat tact 10 do thi When there ore objections they must be overcome and after this Is flono the pwneroften gets the Idia that iila available space Is worth th msands dollars to iis mid to him The cxV riences of advertising m n imong farmers anti tramps would mate ft mighty fqterestlng book r Why Jo you say tramps lOb the tramps are our worst enc mica They build fir a lehlnd our blllbonrds and burn them or else teAl them down out of sheer wantonness When asked about the prjco a blank trlck wall in a consnlcnojis onrt of = c u T 1LIN-ivotr WakMenThotrrarid of ounlttd mMdlocd n arc nnnu1Uy swept to a nrmature- rane throagh EIlLY INUISCUE ION EXCIttES AriD BLOOD 1nssEaub it have any of the foIIowiii symptoms consult us before It Is too 1ate ArcYNU2enonrt and despondent and gloomy specks before the Y rtli dark circles nudcr them weak back Uldncyfl Irritable palpitation of the heart basli ful eTrcams and losses sediment lu urine pimples on the facej sunken eyes hollow cheeks careworn expression poor memory lifeless distrustful lack ccergy aod ctrmatb tired mornings restless ulgbta changeable moods woaUtnan bood stnutt orsaas premature decay bouts pains tnr loose core throat etc Our wow Mot tiocl Treatment wUlcnrc you MN9Li BLOOD INOJhug can bomoie demornllz1ulr to and niladloaged men thin IlGSlon8 at iilgitt or secret drains throughli the urlne The unfit a matt for buslntss mar riedllfeorsoclithappinais No tnattor whether caused by cit youth natural weakness or sexual excezsesour Now Metbod Tr atxacct frm popl tively care ypc CURtiS GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAY S3No Names Used Without Written Cnaeit W A Mniroi Lima 0 sayswl wss onecf the cocntleHTittims of early vice at IS years of ape The drains on my system were kenilig1 my brain aa well as my sexual and utrroos iys tern For yearn I tried scores of doctors Ctectric bolts and patent medicines Some helped roc iiuacurcl I wtJt gvlsg lip deiItatr 10 fuel onuiato r I idle wbel 3 frIend hred mt ja last resort to jfWe the Kov ZlIctlikr rrcatstjcat of Drs K fcK a fair trial Without ttto deaoa J consented and la three nontiu I fas a Cured man I was cured seven agoam ktJ1fnra nunsend lire K BeforeTrcatmsjJt f Uow aMikn MIU Tkeatmcnt eWe treat and crEiVarlOOce1 Emissions Nervous Debility Seminal tealtnMs Gtcet Stricture Synb ills Unnatural Discharges Self Kidney and Dladdc- rDiseascsaetel1d1seascsofMcaaadWOI1 JONO NAMES USED W1 30UT WRITTEN CONSENT PRIVATE noI mefilclne sent C O D No names on beaus or cnTcIOpoo E crytlilag COOfldcatlal QatsUoa list and cost treaUuoutFRE I STREETUlbiY SSJv 111rImIJDcghnsinthtt 11 d between the plantation arid the totfee potthe flavorrnabehape Duality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower untSreaches the user In a seal id packet it is handled with the same watchful care thesame thpught for cleanliness that yu would give any article of food that goes ori your table Thats the reason It osts the grocer a cent a pound more than itS Cheap imitations The extra cent yoji pay for 4 ARID KLE ROlstld CuBe buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of ArbUcklesJ Coffee will give you more Cupfuls of better coffee than yti L would get from other package coff es Besure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Dtber package co0cesare but imitations of Ar juckles In each ponndpackageofArbuckl s ROBate Coffee there a llst of articles With each package In bleb LIst iouad the norcbascr lifts bought a definite partof some artlcjetfgnbele by uRn or her from thc List aubject only to the nature on Iho prcklIs to be cut out diet returned to our Nptloa Dept You should see this List Address all x mmanlcalloiui ARBUCKLE BROS Notin Department NEWVORKCrtYllY it I n1ncould not tell that but he did riot mind saying that he was now payIng 0000 n year rentfolQ wall In the middle ot 11tho Chopping di trlcL IbIs is not an f unusual sum to nnf ha OdJ dlfor such piouifncut positions rt Advertising firms arc liberal sub partlcnjI ofIl theforeign artists are taken freely and converted Into gaudy designs for advertising the latest song or anew cigar wIthout the least compensation since as the advertisers assert American ideas are assimilated abroad Just es unceremoniously Kot nit the targe reproductions of fig alongIthem are machine mode By a process akin to that of making lithographs ma chines have been Invented to toy the colors automatically The tinishcd pcrsonllltyliecopy tug desIgn Ncw York Post 1luennrln Vonr MaDIIPut this In your pipe and smoke It There Js always some chap smarter swnrtestra woridprful judge of human nature but dont mepeure your m1 1oo conG dent for 09 times In 100 youl nail the twit doesnt fit Nevcrplay nor lies The lightweight today In your measurement wllljbo tile heavyweight tomorrow Old friends like old wine vrlll In the end prove best Never go back on on old friend Unless you have plenty of money well Invested Pos Bcsacd of h tug bank account and bcJ with Buccessthe mischirf takeIOu ndd oldnnil new cwlorkI- s Press t1 tao SAyyy Jicaicn A clergyman relates that a worthy Irlshmnn wIth an pilnlpnt In his bapIetlzed While making a record of It ho wafs lii some doubtias to the correct EpMltng ot tho family name given to him and caked tho i3an how he wrote It VIndced and I dont wctetat all wo9 tho reply Iljjust want to knqpr said Father Boyle whether tho paine Is McQrath or Xlaerctn whether the second part of it Is spelled with a big G or a lit tie g t r After scratching his head hopelessly tI puzzled parent saw his way out of Ithl dloltulty Well father Just spell wld a mlddlln eizeS g Exchange r1learman There Is no doubt about U1t I do not profess to be able to enter Into the exact reasons for that fclar wheth- ert Jt be that man Instinctively recoils from contemplation of the fallen tern pie alone or what not It Is sufficient tint the fear exists t poither Is this instinctive fear of the dead conflned l to man I owned 11110rsuj once that could never be driven past a dead horse The animalrexhibited slcua of true fear ulll jt1ae inherited Pa said little Willie looking up- from his arithmetic what Is a l1n- C8rfoot t1 Wiiyeea linear foot replied pa teujpodBinff whY ItS one thats heI i redltarj Didnt you never hear tellqf thiidJAccordingly Shes well educated Isnt she Well shes one of those women who pass being that way When she Ienn vjneets any one who can speak French 4and not German she can speak Get man anti when she meets any one who 1can speak German and not French she can speak French Indianapolis Sun The Dust of Occam A dusty cfceaa hlgliwny Bouiras al most tncredlHe Yet thQse who ore familiar with sailing ships know that no matter ho carefully the decks may be washed d wn in the morning and how little w rk of hnj kind may be done during le day nevertheless If the d kkn are net swept nt nightfall nn mormons qui ntlty pi dust will quickly collect Of course on the modern liner the bt ruing liundreda of tons of coal every 21 hours and the nSyrrada of footfalls t ally would account for a considerable iccnmulatlon offlast but 1n wind ammcrf manned with a dozen lianda or less ho such dust pro ducing agent les are ttt wofck And yet the records t sailing ships show that they collect nore sea dust than does a steamer nib oh la probably accounted for by the net that while the dust laden smoke blows tfcar of the stentner thelnrge arto cf canvas spread by the sailor nets too dust collector Marl ner Th au43thr Chamber Thittstar chamber was so caled from the pit celIn which the cocrf was liild In one if the rooms of the kings palace In W jstmlijster Upon tint cell Ings were st xrs hence the Camera stell hats or cbs nber ofsthrs It was of vcfy nncleni origin and riad excessive poWers jut could noti pronounce the death penalty It was tibcilishedby apt of pnrllaitiei In Ip4j during the reign of Uharlea I but thla unfortunate moUe arch ails sentenced to bo beheaded from thlssa estAr chamber IiIUlt How lovers are given to freaks ot ancyfIWhats Undue la poInt 1 Heres a tpry wbera a feUoarifcllW his glrjis hoi goffloD and the accbgjpai- nytng picture sliows ltgooijt iilidief washlnsto Star Her flint Stout Man whose appetite has been the envy of bis fellow bontdell de clare I have three buttons off my vest Mistress 0 tile Bouse who has been aching to g vc him a hintHYon w U probably fin I them Ufthe dInIng room sir Exchac ge METHODS OF SUICIDE Ilotv Dee ate Pcreaa Adopt pre vnllltiK Jtylei oteitrnctlpa The remn kable methods several ant cides have a loptcd In this city recently call attentlo to tho fact that methods of self destr action are largely matters of Buggdstlo i said a doctor When a rnnntgQts n that condition Avhcre ho wants to d e he has little inventive ability and dopls the method that has been brougli t to his mind You will tice that after one person kills himself with acid t ere follows a long Beta acid suicide It Is the same with any J1PjIUnext ono to try his hand until wohav whole ser es of such grewsome nov Elties I havop ovcd this theory Several roars ago I sva discussing this feature of suicide v Itnsererat friends Includ ing the conerThey ridiculed Ply theory t o ered to prove it It hap verejpoIl1laa texplained the case with which One clqQionthi bcyhovejutclde with this acid for more than a year but wjthln a week after thojirti ale wns publlshcfl there were four and aie of the unfortunates had clippings of my article In his pocket Of course I was accused of killing these suggestion but I waS n and do not feel guilty for tOUijbY a person has dolde i to kill method Is a slight mat ter In his right mlcdwfll c We sit know in our sane moments of easy ways tb end Ute JGutor mnci nature seems to rob us of onrjreasbn in this direction as If in n despqrate hope of preventing the eacrlflceVNew York Mn1ndl Express j HOUSESON MAbE GROUND The Iteaaon They Teem Vi ti Malu rla sad 5ostoniCase Go6d some Into tequest 1fullnJsubur lands with that valuable substratum are jucrrid to a consfdcrable aeptu be rOe being soldohbnndipg icbtep But if Is essential torestorc n levil surface as even the incst speculatlte builder would hesitate to rcji up beat lln tcsldccoes In deep holes The owner frequently gets titer thjs dljulculty lby- at jwiug uibau refus4 to bal shot into the cscJivatlon in ninny cases he erca sattsji 8uiRll suta foreveryjicad tilted on his ground The surface jjqfng thud leveled ay ar or two are allowed for cotflpactInatural appcarartce ta the edot r All Is now In readiness foe the build or Vrbo proceeds to lay the tfoundation1 forhte terraces iavenues aad gar dens which he subsequently adver tlsea as gravel soiL 84 they are but between their ground BoOrs and the gnvyel lies a thick stratum partially Decomposed rubbish teaming with r malaria and aot for many yearswUl the deposits cease to give off npiiou gases But the tenant coming from a dif ferent locality knows nothing bf the making process to wh1 bte plot has been subjected Whcn therefore i itdownhtr structural iaeflctocy and spends mosey freely ofl remedial measun without the toast beneftt All this misery might be prevented fIt it were legally prohibited to build hiiman habi lotions on dccenjposed refuse until tho soil had acquired a wbdlesoniQl chit acter London Globe t f iDew Tker TrjsmteiL 7makIilVVn Agna example of the ptogr ef medIie duriOg the last century eQ tWi1snl1ngtons wnslitwlh a disease very exhausting to the vitality If consisted In the abstrac tion of between two nOd three quarts of blood the admlplstratlon of abot grains of abmel and grains of tartar emetic anti an Injection with ex terunr ppIJeatlori of bhister An yet strong was Wnshtngtbnjs constttin tlon that he survived this watmcjit for 24 hours t- 4SISDhC tl RC7T- he hlladelpljia ReCord tpils a story of a physlclam i f that citjf who was ICaned to see an old IrIsbpn an4 his wife down with colds lIe advised quuinine and WhIsky 4n antidote You must both tate ltf he said Tnke It every three lloutSTltKo grain df4wlImlyThe man was up and kbout bit Mil wlfs was bcdI1ld you follow siyIa etnjctlons asked the doctor f1P the Mtbet rcplle the huts bind lIowT mncb qnlnlntt havi you kitfwas the next quicstloii Suro or tink she bav taken ts whole av its said Uiemdh And didnt you lUeS it too3 cskfg the dlfctpr f DivU ilblttwU the ijeplr Be I JkyBrieo 3n lied an iOlmj up i 4u OOOtIIi1 speech never Jn Bcott ni atkvWWtt one Ioo for Itltl vaha le tk broad soft vocalization oWro Ia 2tI0ainot be llteralljt syitibolii1 t word iboud ho lIte1t lJa1ect piI satres slmily JLua lii Euglteli 1 DRJIJBURTONfJRSIDENT II I EETH EXTRACTED j VIttHOUT PAIN r OrvucUaga Block iiESPRINGFl Ic jtAll Dent l W15rkS r1ct1y i Firstclass ti6 iiDt IIIUOIU s DBNTISrrr FICE ILt tnt BUlI1 nancjckt11 tSPB1NinBUD KZ It 1 j R J LAMPTON J r t A4FFIOEi Opera House tIu S lr II r lDRt S J sooT3PiINqiIELD ICE 1 ai8rjVs 6PMCErDr Rineharts for tijerJo Uci over Peoples Deposit t kOffico hours 12 to2 pm b 1 wFGR1Gyn TT RNEYATLAW x Office oveivJeoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY i i t H HIMON toodtorkffl an and Blaqksmitb If J IhBuggy repaIrIng a specialtyx l k prouptly Stiopd onDbotor Street near Poultry iETquse and Planing Mill and close to MinStreet Springfield h IK7 Patronage respectfully splicitei I am sure that all atrons will be satisfied with Work and prices Luo Grass Nurseries SPRING igoia GPtit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs TO Small Fruits Asparagus Jthui barb and everything for Urohard i1f1 and Gardtin PricesTight as in nwepay no agents bUt soil ctirecttom le pbnt rGeneral Ncrflery and I P fgial Strawberry catalogue on ap Iplioation to of H F filLLENMEYER Phone 229 MI1TUPTO DAtE1J Bensons Plaster Is Pains KastsrD Tbesd arc days of rnoorda and of iho bent lug of rccotds Bensons Porous Plaster for quickness of action sad thoroughness of ctpO has no records to boat except iiU owna jSonJbns Plaster always the best always i lbs leader U today bdldrlhan ever It sticks to tho skin bH never sticks ia its tracks It marchca m l Thd people not or y want to be cured bnt cured quckZijid Bensons Plaster t lioesiL Coughs cplds lumbago asthma bronchitis liver sal kidney jttinplairits and other ilk appro chaWe by on external reajedyyicldoBen in9asicedcie3toheat Neither Belladonna Strengthening or dftpsicnm plasters sac lo bo compared with A JIpfl5oflg 1 enpls iho have aco tested the merits of Bensons Plaster have no us for any other Txternal remedy More than i lans asci drug afprofessional persons have called Bensons Blasters on of the fT home remedies that can bo tnsted PiItyftvo highest G8rds haTe CbIUI1W toit in cmpctiLionvfh t fbcst knowafjjlasteraof Enropo ail America Better prooi of its merits is iaconccivable Bo eruro to getthe genabw For by all druggists or will pre TIJInitcd Johnson Mfg CbemisteX 7 c r f KOIOPEE 1 1 a i 7il ifSe lfilisMrg Roller fflllsi ValWfllisb fe Kj js now running and we soll f Ifi public Best Flour and Meal Graintaken in exchange forll flour or meal Also pay casht for grain You will be f waited on at the mill by the ever efficient Miller Wm Sutherland better known tKas Dusty f JowC BpRNS Prop f c= i 1 QTr nrware ol a A cough is not a disease but a symptom Consumption andbron and fitai diszascs have for their first indication a persistent cough ana if properly treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamber lains Cough Remedy has proven Tvondcrfuily successful and gained t ts wide reputation and extensive sale1 t by its success in curing the diseases which cause coughing If it is not benefipjal it wilt notcoSt you a cent j 3ar sale byHaydon Kbbertson St ZJJacateTonr iJoweJs 7lth C scaroes Candy CSthnrtl cure constipation fororcu I 1c 2c if 0 0 drgtsts tuud menq- Jj I a2 E E EiiEi Eie EiEiE c E e es EEefiEiE fiiEieE EeE eeE J L BQUT TOWN 3J33 f 3 POltiy3OttiDg at Fred H ans ajj Closing j out shoos at cost Vired Hagan Go to Wood iWithtttm- ixed Palms Oils Varnishes tc it i WooLtee wif pay the high est prices ifor wQotMcGhord Robertson They do say that Fred Hagan e5lls she b stscren dsdrand windows t intownj Wood Wimsatts flavoring extracts are the bst Ask your grocer fof them I 3ohti Yi Majes furniture store head4uarcers for screen doors and windows Try Dr Hess PoullfJ an- dtckod J For j sale by 4Wood WImsatt druggists J HOUSE WAtf DMlIt be gentle Xitn3 sound j L Alien Li feN Agent j The strawberry supper given y the ladies of the Catholic church on lat 1 Wednesday about 75 7For tpcftk brushes51hair brushes Jadves and gjentefpocket books or apvthipg iiri the sundry j line go to Wood 4 Wl a tifFly time is pon us Keep ut the flies by having yoii ouse fitted with screens John Mayekeeps he best screen- oors IiRobert orc lorwastried before Jude Bker Tuesr day on aTi indictopent for larceny Tbe indictment Was defective and was thrown out of court There will bbaia ice cream per att the Willisburg SChOOf ouse Saturday evening June 1st at tbo closes of the Decor1I tion Day eSerc ses The hfthe oft1be CThristiai ctiurch WIllis rv dlDn op oextMondayj cotmnt court da3 iithe Barbfr building A good eal for 25 corns i Dont forget to avail ypurseliJI tlft giat op jortunity to hertr Gen Uo don jit his famous lea ture The Li it Das oftthe Confederacy Opera llpuse une 5th The ladies of the Presbvtenan church will give an ice cream nd strawberry supper n t tIecture room of the eHuroblin next Saturday from 4tpilO oclock pm Every o6dyinvited attend J Mr Minoi Sadler iEllipfct reader and inpersonater Will ppeaL at the Opera Houseihis Thursday evening Mr Elliott ames highly recommended as n entertainerof merit in his ins The examination of applicans or teachers certificates was conducted on Monday and there were about 25 to be examined he papers have not all been passed upon get but Supt Bush will give oufcjthe result on Friday The dog poisoner has been broatiagan and severall dogs AmongttieiIQld fox hound Mark Eartna beon Marshal John Grace tJgfrfr was one of the finest in the state and had been a leader in many a long chase There few choice seats yet for Gen Gordons lecture areta 5th PersonsIn tending advantage of tins to hear this distinguished lecturer1 sfioul- dcallat once at Haydon Rob eafcsotfs drug tore and secure seats The regular session orthe Quarterly court convened here Monday witjh Judge BL Litsey- oa the ben h In the case bff Horace Litjey vs the Sjilly Bro the jury found for plaintiff The case of E D Burton vs R D Rlley was settled odt of ourtt ThP1as nrutcber coI reatwlroi atIthe Springfield Hotel was ad judged a lunatic and sent to the asylum at Lakeland r 7 Rov Harry Lloyd pastor of thBardBlown Christian church Jhas only beou among our people a short limo Orn j7rnlaldii1 position and elegant manner he has won the confidence ands teem of all who know him A thinker and a truly good man he will do great good here Bardstown Record Rev Lloydc is also pastor of the Christian jburcli at this place where he Is also very popular For silver ware go to Fred Hagan lor the beSt Go to Wood Wimsatt forf pure Drugs Chemicals and Drug Sundries The 3 anils Lof the High School l will givei an entertainment at tile Qprea Houjet Friday nigfyt May 24th con jsisting of declamations songs jinstru mental l music and an operetta To defray the expen ces 10 cents will be charged for general admission A limited number of reserved seats1 will be on sale at Haydon Robert sons drug storoat 15 cents each Liysrymen in Nelson have a way of setting after ths fellow who hirjes a horse to drive just a little ways and then tries to G drive hin to d athrlhe Nelson Record rays The ease qf Com monwealth of Kentucky agiinst John Skinner charged withtt tresspass is now on trial SkiDd ner hired a horse and buggy v from Mr Hatvy Krutz at Fair field and told Krutz he would R drive the hwsQ a short distance Instead lie drove to Springfield If and back ini few hoars timOt quite acqntest is being wagedt JBoardJ to fill the vacancy caused byh the resignation qf Dr W W Ray The boawl was formerly composed of DrsJ H Lamp o J BMudd and W W RayJ W enD1 Ray was appointed Supermteindent of the Western iin Asylum at flopkinsville this efga yacaofiy on tbe board Owing to the large number of pensioners in this coutatv theb position jis a responsible forOM Drs SJSinockJ C lludd and Geofehauntyre the avplisl cants The ijoungman who wis arE restei hero last week on theP charge 6f hbrt2 stealing willG probably be adjudged a lunatic The Nelpon Record sayS Tht case of the Commonwealth of ini Kentucky against Ames Mc Gampbdll Jr charged wth n horse stealing was called in the p County Court on Saturday andy op motion of County Attorney an order was eRteredf transfer rink the case to LiuisvillQ for trial McCampbell was placedm in charge of Sheriff Elenry13e11L 01 Jeffersoii Cdunty who was present in court and that offiqial accompanied by th de fendants lather Mr Amos McSJ Campbell left on Saturday afllernopn for Louisville with the uufbrtunate young man who is froni all appearances badly l dementJed He will promptly be a tried for lunacy Dynamite seems to have been used freely in swfte of iho streams of the county The banks of Chaplin river for some distanpe above Sutherlands ire literally strewn with dead fish This is very destructive f to fish and a great wusb as only a small for cent of the fish ae t C stroyed ate secured by the pere son who uses tho dyiramite Catfish in particular will not A come to the too as soon as they are killed besides many of the fishareuot killed outright but die from the shock afterwards- Phereis a soy ere penalty provided i for anyone convicted of this pernicions practice of dynamit Plug fish and if we are not mistaken the Kentucky Fish and Game Club1 oilers a reward forany tn- formatoleadiflgto j a conviction for tne offense Every law abiding citizen should take it as- a duty to help to break up this unlawful practice I Ice To bet j And dpnt forget that CW Hagans lS head qpart rs for pure Lake ice A full suply on hand at all times callafstore Special prices made on wagon and car loads Dont drinkl warm water for ice is within tthq reach ot till Call and see him and corivioce yourself 0 W BAGAN the ice man Delhuator Designer and other fashion plates always on hand at- Wood tc tc Wimsatis Foleys Kidney Cure R1akcs s and btadCu rlcht i PER9UNAL Mr Elza W Duke has returnedlo StJoeJ r l Mjss Mary A Lewis la visiting rela three Lonisvl1Ie Squire Nimrod Hendrcn of Willis birg was here Tuesday Mr John McChord of Lebanon was over the flrstqf the week Miss plnme TgaQreof Louisvlllo tj visiting the Misses Sbader 1Lytle Kays and J N Chcatbam were at yiIli8bu g yesterday Miss Jodie Shader has returned from a Visit to relatives in Louisville rnedMondayiorn lie fv Missqs FannJefend Mary Bays two of Poljns pretty girls wore Jn town Friday dXtbeMonday Miss Ruby Lamfton has gone to prays jn county to spendthe summer with revives Mr and MrsH C VanArsdale and daughter Alma pf Harrodsburg are visiting relstivos near hero 1Miss Ethel Hendricks of Pnlliam was in town Saturday Miss Ethel has recently returned from a pro c longed visit to Oklahoma cMrsc Thurmanand Misa Willie Mayesjat t tended a euchre given in honor of Mi S8rLida Qrundy by Mrs J H Beam at ree brlwr on last Thtrkday after noon Coli Morris B Bblknap and wifej of Louisville passed through here inrday lighten route to some of the town in the Bluegrass They g through in their Own concc cJudgc robt Noo and T P OBryan are in Frankfort this week to appear before r the tat nonrdof Supervisors to see a reduction of the tax valuation of he cOuntycau bflsectred Mr C A Green came in JVIqtiday Dacktowa Tenn where he ngaged on a largo lumber contract re will spend a week with his wife- erethen Tetarn to Ducktown where r no will probably be engaged all- ummer Miss Mary Lew s entettainfed at herome of her parents Mr and Mrs olfii W Lewis on last Wednesday evening a pjirty of her young friends a very charming mannerJil1o f occasion was designated a bonnet par ynand prizes were offered for the largest the smallest and the tackiest bonnet and these were won = W D Clayhrobko the largest is Lucy Selecman the smallest and Mr Alferd Graves the tackiest ides the young people from this place the following ijests froavLebq non were present Misses Annie Flgg rown fJosepbine Avritt and Mary Boldrick Messrs Richard and Joe utnam Wills McCh rd Alfrad 1 1PhIllipssMrs4amihonor ot Mr Blza W Duke at her bandsomo homo on last Friday ove ihg The occasion was a Mfancv dress arty and many of the gUesta ap jpeared in costumes representing characters The parlors of J the McElroy home indeed presontpd aobrilliant scene with its gathering beautiful girls arrayed in bright and attractive costumes Among the erry throng could be recocnized iittle Bo Peep Janice Meredith a Swjss Peasant Girl Night iROse Poppy Geranium Daisy Piilk and other charactore Among the men ere stood out in evidence CoWboys oldiers Sailors Duties Preachora iJrownie etc Refreshments werQ sensed and there wore music games rind dancing and altogether the event tnp was one to be long remembered s oneof the pleasantest on record 1i- n the society annals of Springfield If you ars itct f all over and dontjj know just what ails you its ton to one your kidneys are out of order Foieys kidney Cure will bring youii health and energy Wood Wimsatt Our little girl was unconscroji rpin strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup I quick- ccurcda battle of One MinutcCough- ur giving her three doses The rbup was mastered and ooip little darling speedily rcc dusq writes L Spafford Chester Mich 1Hay don Robertson II LETTER LIST ttList of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Era otoffio for the week ending May 25 1001L Mr A T Sirams Miss Pebia PoUt c Mr William Hoffhaan b ofFarmahdr FiesoranOadorfE Q G Duff Mr San Baker Mrs Nannie J Brown Mr Kuffus Wilson V lMr Bordinev Van Worner a Any Druggist JohnT illeenI oRtiyi When calling for these lottjens please SKY AdvortisedoW A WATERS B Mr t WANtED Capable reliable pcrsoniln every county to represent largo company of solid financial rcputatiott salary cr year payable weekly f3 per danbfsollitoly sure ana alt expenses straight b6uafld3fi it try m hlfsionl salary paid each Bat unlay and expense money advauccd each week STANDARD HOUSE Dearborn St Chlcu o SMJ e i Dress floods 8 Waist Goods Dress goods BJk and Cnlos IN 3 Mohairs S Prunellas J Glorias Almas r Venetians tc1 W il joot1o nDd fifibroldeiles Ia L Indiai Linens French MullpJ A Organdies Persian Lawn Embroidered Smj S If hitttoods trench Elannells ITricots Linens Fancy Piquis oiIe it- tJackonet Swiss All Applique1 W1tSIHC00DS In ErntnoIdere1clSwiss iercerI edFoulars Gin paInS adrasc line of i yIBeitsand I I mehts ict Our Stock of CLITF1 complete nd attractive La gestkpckof Wail Paper and- Carpets we hive ever shown buyingwill we IIClllliillgIllUfl UL Diinran uiy ri BARG4ffiStSQMEI We Just received anf elegant line of JJew Hambugs and Laces apd Ladie Muslin Underwear that we offering al on very lowj prices Come and se our L1lCECURTANS Before you biijj We can save you money them Elders is the only place you car get a 15c ol1qr forifc and 50c tie for 40c 25o tie for I5cf and the besb Calico for 4c ia yardhest gride of Table Oib Cloth wortl 25c jo ir price I8c a yard IT IShTHETPLKTowi cheapegtIinanywhererheBarginsfined to just a Jew things on speciall days but all things at all times they Wait ng1oryouS You oldfHiend R H MULLIGAN Will take in seeJP7 d EUOEFR Springfield Ky I 1rW IGYSCRG rym Qur RegularCrzcspOndeaits M W Stnitl and wife en art Wed a Cl wlof mttrried people Sundays 5S Belle SiHitf entertained rot ofbdr youii friends bunt day G rveningffught a horse from ugly for 70 Sylvester taudl Will gmith ought eight head horses tnI lower coutiUes Prices up known Mrs Julia Medloy is very sick She is ephty tbrtie years bid Quite a crowd menand boys veut down on the rlverfishing VJI luntinr JiJcS IThucsday Th y1idgood luck andpl nty- offuD J Mr John E St4itb and Prank Spalding and wite were visiting nCiettr Greek Wednesday pndI Thursday Misses Mary Belle and Jessie Carrico were yisiiing heir brother in Marion county last SiiturdayI Miss Alice was hone Sunday on a visit from St Catherines Vheresiio is at W IN j suit r k Nainsooks k Over t k A Full x jt have are n a i in are TJ t of th of BlanJford at ending school Messrs G Wwand Sam wapped horsIast week The difference unknown DeW hs lattW archHitremove the impu tic speedily with no discorafarti They ate famous for their TetgdThe greatest Skin specialist Jii America Hrlginatad the formula for Banner Salve for aJl kin disease all cute or sores and for pilsIta the moat healing medicine Beware of substitutes Wood WImsatt fRIDrRIGI1TOWr Fron Jrosular Cor cspondent Miss JearlOarricD has returc en to her hose after a weeks visit inSpringfefd Mrs Jane Ross has returnedI lghtprMrsCity Mrs John H Tucker wile the 35guostofpast week Mrs BObert Tunly of Leba a non was tne pleasant visitoV among friendsibere his week Mr Eoimett Wathexiias re turned from the city h F IIV1 V MT 14IM hF i UWM8JlMirtfN bf J i1jjJi J 8AnhERl 1 RRE8 2 if nd made addles aidd EarMs i 1 t v A Spei lityVealso eair- a fun ine ofFactOryniadei eat f ugnJ Jj jSi j jSAGENTS FOR Vrf j Deertag Harvester CoS mftmf l Mo ers Rakes Twin Qilv F cjofibV old Stand j tfWi41 j = n=0 Fo erful Insurance FTPralir 11 I IProgressive Reversed jyinIi Hti I SOUTHERN UJUALS i ilnycstmentt t Company I t Of Lexington Ky- GWMCELROTt ti rl IrI AGENT uruJECjni t Springfield Xy itJ1Ib bi i ii N i N 4 1 fIf g Of either a nice IVToneyf Purse orf fejj CJmm at bur p 2 Store We show the cdrrect things ftand they fit See the suit welarePJi3 selling atI5O itsacorkr Full ifLthqgrin3SI haves our splendicj tock VVe S c Will offer special inducements ft IRORNEXT3ODAYg I I 1zt J 5l f If you want something nice let us fit rg you up non ofourHigh MtSuit r3 Large stock ot Mens Boys hand Children g Pants at cut prices Everything in ourSho ff 3 department Cut prices See the pries we ate i giving away Yours Truly t J McChord Rortson I 5ff f 1t f tt t ti f fttt m Mf fT Two Car Loads of Buggies AndPlieatOnSj Surreys DttiingWagons and other vehicles wtv now have on hand and vhere H more coming jGomfe let tua fit you out5 with a new fetiinrv OOiTPricesi FOR EARLY PLOWING You will need a good plow Theres nothtnglhat equals tlie genuine QLlVElt CHILLED for which we ar the sole agents We jilso keep thegenuine repair tWe F payCAHrLEoMPsoN LlDftj SPRING leLDKY Bdv ard Morris len for his homq after a two mouths stay with liis aunt Mrs Shaun The Misses Fermiana Mr Will Jewton ot Holy OrosVer visito rs hero Sunday last i 1Wat ers rfonJjajd mature in the reUef ifid cute of jail diseases arising from disorders of the iBraitr Beartj amt tes 10sanr lr o dt H Ut Tonic and Nerve nOHtishinent 066I old Granny Motcalfol f KofJ tucsUyjl 89 joarsold Mvf that Dr Bells W4n arllGUe7 is flmbeStt- ig1 o vtluro1 Ibgaea Dpcillntiillf remedi bat iii b riQtfered tu iie pOpla duInp- i3lf It eztnO So1co erywhef KOdel Dyspepsia Core Ditwhat yon eat 1t 4a1I1 W fooc1aoda1 bqs Ia 4S1be and inithe8IIIM dlgestire or ilttrit nil tdl8eoiT red digest nVMo4i 1fe other preparation tan ftMNMtfb it to fBclency It in stanUyzelleveuud jpnanently curt Dwfieps jBiiiii 23 Heartburi IFfat 1enqe our Na SkkfleidacbeGe Crsitipa- iltatberuitiof fJ- iPrspdbzLC letdlget rr tCCIcag j1iXLvWM IfNlVt ItMl ekiiho r f 1flu Mctlicil Tlje bell lu tlw private offica rang tree times and ilia man at the ilesK Vttlly reaclwtf for a flannel bandage whicH Jjff put nrotmd his neck Then a bi arraUged asllug lu which to pttt one nu mussed up Ills hair rflrew down Vttee cornersxjf his iuonlh got out of lila V efcalr and painfully ifmppd toward the h 4X 4 i thitoomont t c The m m with tncyband2gjj gave a knit suppressed groan ajul answered r VieS tlints uijr name What van I do fcryouS r You seem to ba suffering suggest r4 ccilhir t wsnireriiig returned The oth r Do r HiiukTiq dolhs ths for fun Do youiaipK spJbandagLI uiy throat for aniitstuiuiit Ue np iu huh for sport ifil linjplJPcauKc ihlnl its gracxful cirvtf ircti in this wrty for aI Sntbfk But what van I do for you j oil anlbu lucVsald the caller back c i 188 Out Ill call ngaia eomu other fJ1 jltH some trouble soliloquized the inavTJlli tht indnsiv na he removed ed isiv jinrncssAntl returned to his desk experience lias tJmght mo that I 0 la really tho qnicfcest way to discour jCu n life Insurance ugiiu and keej him discouraged That follow nevei an will come bncfc1 Chicago Iodat ApeBdic1tIi Appendicitis said Jh Abbe In an Vddressbefore the New York Academy ut M idlciiii Ims few rivals In the stir all gknl field and tabes rank today with 4p ityphold pneumonia and rheumatism In medical thought Surely when the per tire surgeon of today can number 10t operations for diseased appendices yeariy and there are a dozen such men his In NOT York and in other cities In the v 3 eanie riropoi3I c wobegJn toprasp the ent 3 importance tf the subject and Its men aco to the community tn- Tlie pablietouUnues to ask the phy fclolaa what was appendicitis formerly a end tie answers Probably It passed uuder the description of inflamaiation sttf the bowels or peritonitis It Is tnii that less than a generation ago iiiumberlcss people In the course of sucfeTer niVil were stricken with so cjrand diedmr Now ffe hear of fto one so reported b but it IsBald lie had an attack of np jpendcltlR was beyond the reach of a surgeon mid died or Soandso had an tn attack of appendicitis was operated upon gnd recovered Hospital statis tics show the same changes of tabulat i cd diseases Jt Is merely a new name L not a new disease the r H Gr r7 Nobodr Paid Her Pare r A young Woman got aboard a West TSfcad street car and discovered to her humiliation that her fare was missing when the conductor culled In a grutt art manner the custodian of the tar saida Iiad have to get the tare at once or the lliwoman would have to walk This dec 4 laration auSed to her embarrassment riie car was crowded ofher tight sati a genial Irishman and on her left nafv5rcll known bookkeeper The bop1e Aiceaper and Irishman exchaugcd sever his4 al meaning glances The conducfor was i about to pull the bell ropb The book sakeeperoung woman looked perfectly hon ittoTlie conductor repeated that hed put the woman off This aroused the Irish maii who said If you put the woman st fQtt your funeralll be tomorrow See htheHow many people on this car want die iOiattend the funeral of this conduct g orr Several answered iii the nlDruia i tlvei The conductor grew excited andTIn the nltcr Oon that followed walked v to the plaLonn without securing the womans faie Cblurnbud Dispatch WtRs For Hire 0 iTcn do u6t hire streetMvlgsEald a KeT York jiguinker The man whoa I treare a wig Constantly ownsML Butth erc are nevertheless mdny wigs hired ioufcr Actora for esamnle hire wigste ndjttrlgg are rented forjinasquerpders safjidcbsfurne parties ad sometimes T VJSsare rented for surprises So thatajifter all wigs are Included in the great JVlist of things that can bb hired which j ifat would be found 1 faury to Include J pretty much everything that could beIak1eL ij Other Women Present lShpe Clerk Are you being waited on 1ri3aarn Fair Customer Ko I want a pair of walking shoes e ghpe Clef k What price and size maam Fair Customer rather loudly Threes Shoe Far Clerk7Tbreesf3j size aDPbiladelpia Press Ii An Eatlmntc h JqeU Thats a fine slog you haver Jim Do yptrwant toTseJl him t31mIli sell him for 50 4ctk Ishe IiitelHgeni 1t tt Jim with emphasJe Intelligent 7jfjiist tWhy tliftt jog knows as much as I do Jack You dont say so Wep Ill give you 50 ccTnts for him JtmEx f aeflffifthis- Rhemnaticpainsarethe of protest tnd distress from tortured muscles achinjj joints and excited nery ad The blood has been poisoned by the jaccumulatiort off s i 7aste matter in the cysjtcm and can no 1longersupply the pure and health sustain t lag fixid they require The whole system feels the effect of this acid poison and not until the blocd has been purified and brought back to a healthy condition wiy the achts and pains cease Strv Jataes Kcll ofa7 Ninth street St A t 7aiUrnRton D C writes us follows A fvisoctttd ago I ioij an ttacli qj sdic Thcusiiai aia was co intense tlial I rfame comptttely pros r taste The attack was an irausrally severe one and sv jcowJitlou was regard ed bdu very xlanger uk I vraa attended by Che ot the iiio t aHe doc tars luyrarfifticion who U nlotfA Member tf the fan s1ty of a l adlr coiegs Mere lie told me I itewi igd r tvoald well ARer havtnff filled Iwclre times without recelviuij fie cliahtntt WnCt I declined to eonUnatfhw treatment any kier 1Iavinhrardof a JSwfrspescIrtcornmcuded or Itheanutiani la despair howevir ttftive the Juediduc i iris i nd alter I had Ulcen a few tollies I wosube to kth1eirdundoti criisIies and rryaoon tleri titer bad un ur for them at all S S S liavius 5cu ed se mind ned trell All the dktreMinsr pami have left ins ny appetite rus returned lappy to be again rcatoccl toprfe KI hc Uk the great vegetable purifier and tonic iii the ideal remedy iu jl4 rheumatic tfonbtbrfr rThereare BO opiate tit irdleadenjRUcnnatjsriths panfu1tliseaseshcu1dsd Itis th i oat cotnpItn an4 itseslin book if 4 the ktnaitt ezwicnoc Itlifiit JM sent 1 to any onedearing it Wrftt oerpbysi vl cILrs iiBvnI rreiyais ourwe Wi vS Trnntiiteiit of Burna Burns may bQ ordinary bud they lose none of their sumrt beiauso of the ease ytitli which they are acquired Some persons seem to Have a perfect genius for getting burned If they strike a match It breaks anti scorches them while a visit to the kitchep ends In a buiu jfrom the oven or a scald from hot water or steam Of course the right to do with a burn Iato get It from sill contact with the air and- o da this with nU possible haste I Tlife necessary Articles for the treat meat should be oh band and they iaro baking sodanotivrashlng soda notice fresh fat of Eohie sort and several thicknesses of cotton cloth It is an excellent plan to have a bottle of ear ibn oil ready for such emergencies Carron oil is made byshaklug together equal parts of linseed pll arid llmewa tcr If the skiii is broken over the buni wc the oill without tile sods pOtnorjvise juoisteji the soda with olive or sweet oil or oven lard or cold ream and apr ly it Over this wrap thccioth Cotton batting Is bften used oi covtjrjng thei burn and keeping Out thb nlrtmt it Is1 Hot to he recommend ItIs noragQed plan to use flour dusting it over a burn for it frequently hardens stud Is of little comfort One of the slittpli aKnirssiires for a sijptirflcial burn istoapply tlip white of egg uith a soft piece of old muslin mcro as itiiiits All Anccilptt of Vcttll The flint production of Vordlt op era Othtllo toofe pnci it Milan and ltlie prominent imuslKil critics of En ropefqrpssjthtred in the atlwdrnl City In honor of the ocaislon Among them was o Parisian journalist of wide j reputation and admitted authority In tlie inusicel world pis first rare oat arrival In MJlau wa to seek out erdi end r ik to be nlfcwed to hi pres at one of the final rcbi rsaln j The composer received him vvjth exl eme politeness but rcpjled Ihat hc could not possibly grant LJs requests he had cbcldott that therVhparsJl3 verv lo be absolutely private anti coald not make en erceptlon la the fa vor of any one journalist however dis- ngulslied Tbe Paris critIc1 far from pleased at this answor protested that In these- rcumstances his account of the opera Jgbt not be all he should like it toe You see liei explained to the composer who Affected not quite to understand I shall hav to telegraphy article the Eijinc evening It will necessarily be hastily wrjtten anti the Impression in Tails tile iiez day may suffer In cot seqtie ace But Verdi wis more than equal to occaslo iijy dear sir he made answer do not write for the nest day Tht crltie bowed himself Ojjt tIIizlngnnl AncbstorJ A self made aidn with a piste toe11 thinking he would lIke to have bout his house some marble present eats of lila ancestors ordered of a fifth rate ccujptor a bustiof grand father i la due time It was sent home anti a few days lila admiration being Iausted the vrealthy man sent for plumber I dont mind confessing to you- idtbe foruiory ftbat I dont apprcclj e the flUe arts unless they are tnmod some treeful purpose Now have something to sagpst to you And he proceepcd to give some In ructlons to the tradesman A week Inter ifli the anniversary of is birthday thj millionaire pointed ut with pride jtoihls guests In the mid of his conservatory the bust of his ladfathor traps the top of whose head rose gracefully a jSt of limpid ate2 fOiLing into a mdrble basin In which sonic fine gold and silver Hh EnjiRcnelifner nnJJtiilopstmiillnsr Time youiib mauj was visibly annoyed t the quoKtions which the heiress fa e insisted on putting At last he could endure it no lopgcr 1Ji5 ances al pride tiatneij up Into his cheeks and he cxclajuied would h1 ve you understand that I m no ordinary fdrtUnc hunter r Thats nil right was the stern re oinder nm just as particular as you are Id have you understand that am no plain everyday duko chaser either Washington Star AXUcmniluiblo Liniment The humorist of the Cyuthlana Ky Democrat remarks One of the sur geons of Cymblana has discovered a valuable liniment The other day he Used It on the leg of a politician who had scarcely becii able to whlk for soy eral years Kovf the politician Is run iiig for office Another trial Was on riends arm The friend immediately struck him for ten lajsccto no Human Food Profesnor Riley showed that our prai Pie locust mndenMlelktous dish when fried anti be jjjtxflye contended that here jxore nu ierona lusects that were as wholesome ns oysters In sew Zealand a large grub or as Americans say awomm is found fit dead tim ber anti is ns tagerly sought for as we seek for mushrooms Tlfey call the worm hiiba Medians Monthly The Proiiliccy Falflllcd Tne late PditoriRylfeisT8ometbInsl of a humorist iIndeed j Ves Took ja line from his original salutatory anti placed ltonbls tomb tone What was It we are here to stay Atlanta Constitution Tlie costliest theater ticket was the lirst om sold jfprthe Jenny Llud con iait in New York in 0 It brought flSOnd vas1bo3it as an advertise nientT Clcnrt Sruncy In Sydney the streets sire thoroughly cleaned e ery night and any one throwing refuse or waste material of any sort on the street Is arrested aud fined All the kitchens In the larger residences nrebtrthe top floor and nil the clothpHnreJdrlcd on root tntmWty look the picture of per on ified innoeVrcobtt It Is Just as well to keep the tfoof cf the cauftrya cagb closed Chioago News The roufIcnl Instruments of the Greeks closely resemble those of Tur key ajid Syria rolo Proof People Thereare entire communities ol pal son proof peoplg whj partake ofMoses of wuite nrseulc with as much zest as the average P0rsou partakes of a meaL Chief among these slugularly gifted pople are the Styriau aud Corlrithlau rshcphefao who Inhabit the districts ot I4iinprecljr Steburg Ilartberg Leo ben lbdrzeirpiig it the Erzgebirgo mountttlnS The sturdy mountaineers filcouslder that arsenic Improves their wind for cliaiuqCs cliuiblu FwScooitt years ago Ur Kuappput two of these men through their paces fore His German Society of Physicians asscnibUd at Grabs The one six genius of white arsenic or enough to iicllfithree men without experiencing the slightest Inconvenience The other partook of four grains of yellow arse or jorplmeut with equal Impunity v It wnTcxplnlned that seeing the goodb effect of the drug upon the coats anti condition t f their flocks many of these beplwnta slart practice under the tm riission that taken In moderation it Is good foVhnmaii belugaulsox Usually started with a small weekly dose spread upon bread and butter the embryo arsenic eater has to undergo very severe test of his devotion to the drug Violent sickness and burning pains accompany its first use antI the drug speedily asserts Its fatal power f oer Its devotee Any attempt to leave off the drug Is generally fatal The women of these arsenic eating district are famous for their beautiful complexions and luxurl ant tresses t The SIIaslnB Turk Sqrali Benihardt was once playing at Marseilles iii a spectacular play in which she nmde livf entree accompa nied by six Turkish slaves A hue on lthe progranme nnuouncod thlt these six Turks Would accompany Mme Bernhardt but whom the time came for them to go on oUc of the youngsters had disappeared Surah mustered tIm five in ordornnd mile lice entrance with a grnud flourish The house was crowded but not a baud clap greeted her ris she appeared Then n still small voice in the gallery murmured some thing lo nn indignant tone fifty voices luilnfdjrthly icok tip tile Btlaln end In fun eecoiids ulore the whole house vas shouting the same phrase Bprnliardt strained ovyry nerve to catipli hit thiy fpro cpraplaining ab jut She ln w the phmse began with Mnmjup hut tIm rest of It was lost In the general hubbub For a full inlnnte tho tumult coutlnued Then SarnU muttering thjngs below lice breath rushed like a fury down to the footlights In the front row the ac tress had spotted one uintr who vas notItallng part In the hullabaloo rotatIng at him the actress exclaimed sternly Yjpu seem tO be the only sensible per son In house Tell mo what on earth they are kicking up this row fom2 The man rose bowed to the actress and remarked in very bad American French Madame you are shy one Turk General CretneV Discipline General Frauds Vintou Greene was one of the strictest disciplinarians In till the nrniy ht weirt out to figbt Spain lie wns In command of theSe entyBrst regiment N G N Y at Camp Black near Hofupstead N Y As the regiment was breaking camp on the way tp the front an old gentle man interrupted General Greene who was talking with the writer 9 Sir he wild will you grant a brief leave of absence to Mr Blank a pri vale In this regiment He Is n son of the late Cvlbnel Blank of the army His mother is dying and she Is asking for her bqy He will join his command at Tampa I ain yery sorry sir replied Gen era Greene hut It will be impossible to deviate In any case from the rule by which we are all bound My own father lies dying at home yet I cannot gq to him And General Greene as a matter of fact did not for ninny weeks see his father who died before the Spanish war was ended Missed HU Chance During his lecture to children nt the Society of Arts Sin E Walter Maunder told his audience an Instructive story A certain lecturer on astronomy oh served that sonic of the students were hot paying due attention Mr Soand he culled out to one of them will you be good enough to tell us of what the corona Is composed The student addressed hesitated for a moment and then blurted out did know sir but Ive forgotten The professor looked at hlinaud then exclaimed What a calamity here we have the only man who ever knew the composition of the torona and he has forgotten London Chronicle Juvenile Logic NormKns mamma was something a stickier for prqprlety and she was not a little annoyed that It seemed Im possible to make boy give his un dos tin rue the customary handle One day after the little fellow had met with a severer reproof than usual for this Bhortcouiiiig of his he said I mean to be good mamma hut I dont see why should ray Uncle Oar ry dont say Uncle Papa do I New York Mall and Express STore In Sprrtm Than Anffer- Tudge said the lady who was ac cused of battering her husband it Is true that struck him but the weapon I used proves that I did so more In soc rowthan In anger What did you hit him with A sadiron your honor Baltimore American And bring children into the world to suf fee from nn inherited blood taint People do not realize that foul blood may lurk under a fair skin and that the fire smold ering in the blood of the parent may break intO flame in tlie flesh of the child Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery putsout the smolderIng fires of scrbfnla It cleanses the blood from disease taints strengthens the weak lungs heals the diseased stomach Dr Pierces medicine lies done wonders for ofDemclerI hare lost two daughters ip lesi than five yean with consumption and scrofula My eldest was taken two or three years ago with bemorIrhage from the lungs It troubled him for over a year He took Dr Kercea Golden Medical DUcoyery and has not had one in over a year My younger son scrofalous sores on hi neck but has not had any since he commenced to takeyourmediclnen Use Dr Pierces leawat FelkU ItIbowels antijc liyer BEST FOR THE BOWELS If roauarenttk regular Iienitbj movement of bowels every tJaryouToetckor will Keep your ofiolentmoothest eaatei iicrfcct way of keeping the owels nd tibati Is to take CANDY g CATHARTIC I 1 MHflm QoodNsvcrtllckonor ftc snmvc Stid booklet on health ddrar- atuIit ltsedy tsap Qitigo Xsatrnl a KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN Arcliltccttrrah ain disappointed In Uncle Toms Cabin1 Well what did you expect A Juecnf Anne vIhlaDetroit Journal Allowed Plenty of Time Speaking of the late William Travers loads me to remark that so far cs I am personally aware only ono of the classic stuttering stories about blm Is actually true I had the honor and happiness to reside at Newport foe a year or once Sand ht the time llr Travers was a summer resident there He certainly stuttered a good deal but lie did not go around habitually dis charging staccato witticisms at the world as you might suppose he did from ell the stories you hear But the one story that I know about Is this one i TrAvers was at a garden party one afternoon Vhen a young lady said to him What time la it please Mr Travers Travors toot out his watch rabbled hits mouth awhile ttllnkcddnd finally said Itll ly osssBls occccclockfOy the time I ca say Itr It really lacicu five minutes of 0 when he begatu Boston Transcript fianay noorno It is said to bo true that In all hospi tals those rooms facing the sun have fewer deaths other thlng3vfceiag equal thiu those which are on the shady side o the house Likewise statistics where they have been kept prove that the ay er tJi1Itfor a recovery Is much Ies hiiun room than in a shady one Ll tlycsQ facts and from the fact thattue tendency toward lhes lies proved greater on the shady sido of buildings like prisons and asylums it follows that light Is second culy la 1m portauce to fresh air A dark room nearly but not quite so bad as a close room In the case of sickness the sick room should bo the sunniest one the Louse affords lc Ecotltlc Isnt there a great deal of egotism among actors asked the young woa aii I am sorry to say there Is answer ed Stprmlngton Barnes Why I havo met no loss than three actors who thought iaey could play Hamlet wahl as I do Washington Star floe Size iii rt So she refused yen Thats tho impression I received Didnt IK actually say no No V2dldutt All she said traJ JHauniia Cleveland Plain DDaler At Wbakrrewarewa New Zealand there are geysers hot springs bolUng pools mud volcanoes anti boi TraJfir faU3 ri Santa Clans Is unknown In Spain The three iiagl are supposed to bo tbif childrens gift brlagcrs The Wrouif Tex9 1ery few good speeches are really impromptu said a New Orleans low ycr who has a reputation as a clever offhand talker but it Is generally easy to produce that effect by simply leading off with some strictly local al lusion Of course thats a trick but Us a trick employed by a good many eminent orators I was broken of It myself by rather a peculiar incident One day sonic years ago I happened to bo In a town where a large commer dab college is located and was Invited ly the prchideut to make a tow re marks to the boys during the noon re cess I mentally framed a little talk on the subject gSiSifgjr ad as I wai going Into the it 5 ii chanced in notice the wo Pub in big lctters on the outside of tlioTdoor By Jove I said to thyself thats the very thing I need for localizing my opening sen toned So when reached the platform I launched out something like this My young friends as I upproacheil the entrance to this rooin a moment ago IObserved a word on the panel of the door that impressed me as being an appropriate emblem for an institution of this eminently practical character It expressed the one tiling most useful to the averageman when he steps Into the nrena of everyday life It was Pull yelled n dozen of the boys on the back seats There was a roar of laughter1 and I was so horribly dlscon ccrtcd that I was unable to taketip the thread of uiy remarks The co founded door hind Tush on ito and Pull on thQ other had taken my text from the wrong siioNcvOrleans TimesDemocrat THE COMMUTER How He Bpcna His flours of Dally Uullroail Traveling The mach abused suburbanites whom the cartoonists picture as corn lug to the city every morning from Lonesorehirst LOst itns Laiie lUTinrhursybytheTrolley cud other placwi wltjoqunlly suggestive names are nn Interesting class of individ utile The transient element of the oityt population spends several hours every tiny whirling fjvor the railroads When the novelty of these daily bits of railroading has passed into the monotony of yours of travel through the same country the commuter has lenfncd lo make the botq the time he spends on the train roe card fiend Is n prominent fig uru In this class Iotli morning and evtning four or five gnmca of cards nrwgolns cain every smoking car and U safe to say that thousands of dol tare change hands In this lunoctnt naiuseuicnt while the players ate hur tying to or from lushesg Next to he earth sharp Is Ihe man whd only enjoys his cigar amid paper He Is oblivIous to his ccrround inga anil only shows animation whets he at lila jaurnoys cud Many of the policies and plans of sonic of this citys most uticcossful- busluess men have been born or de vclopod on these trains The sliort respIte betwecn the bustle of the city jnndthe carrsi cf home life ils to this fypiuof mac n reason for mudltotiuu Viuitbv tnUK stlng commuter la the j u U4a1 niip is on gouu terms wjtn all his fpllows He travels upi and dawn through the car exercising his rcpcrtoijr of latest Jokes or sympa thizing with dome gloomy looking friend who thinks that all the world Is against him He seems to jicver grow weary In lila whit doing The ttaln life of tlie commuter is now and theU enlivened by wrecks Though tossed jnbout and sometimes cu and brulFcd he generally escapes serious Injury Such experiences as thc e he considers the spice and coloring of his existence New York Mall and Es dpress COLOR Of GOLD COINS Rcaiona For Differences Tn TLnt of Coins of French OIlntoKC Some time ago n Frenchman placed together a number of gold coins trencli mintage of the beginning mid die anti end oflhe last centuryj Ho was miich surprised to see that tHey Differed in color He set about fading out thexasons for this dlffcrenM am the results of his investigations haver lien published n La Nature lucre is a paleness about the yellow of the 10 and 20 fmnc pieces which hear the eJhgiva of Napoleon and Louis XVIII that is not observed in the goldplcces pt laUl mintage One admirer of thesie coins speaks of their color us a beautiful paleness apd ex presses regret tjiat It Is lurking Ip later coins Tbe cxblanntion of It Very Simple Tjhe alloy that entered it to the Kroneh gold edlus of those day con famed ns muchlsilvcr as copper iud It was the silver flint gave the rains their Interesting palMie The colas of the era of Napoleon III wore more golden in line The silver bad been talfenibut of the alloy The gold coins of today hire a still wawiicr tend deeper tinge of rcllqw This is because the Paris mint as well as that In London melts the gold and the copper alloy in hermetically sealed boxes which prevents the coppek from being somewhat bleached as it always Is when it is attacked by hot air So tlie present coins have the full warm 323S of tint that a copper ail6y can give If the colas of today are not band some In the opinion of amateur oollcct 11eraIcon they are superior to these of ei thee of the Napoleons In the fa t that It costs less to wake them 1he double operation of the oxidation of the copper and cleaning It off the surface of thfl cola with acids is no longer em ilcyed and the large elimination of copper from the surface of the coins formerly practiced madfe them lesk resistant un der wear and tear than are the coins blow in cIrculation One Coming Could you tell me themea lug Of the wjord cataclysm he asTted of tim Street car passenger who was iloldlng up hiS newspajier Are you going to ride two 6 three blocks farther was queried m reply tt1s sir Then youll see one The corductor bad carried thnt sharp nosed voinan two streets past whore she ivanted to get o3 already and shell wake up soon find start a cataclysm thatll prob ably jump the car off the tmcki Washington Pot Called tp an Bniiler Field WP wonder if any men wituj white skins are called to the mInIstry after the fashion escribcd by Booker T Wasblngtou la his autobiography He Says A colored man In Alalmma one hot day In July while he was tjt work vin a cotton field suddenly stoJiiIl l sirl- hooking toward the skies inM A lawd de cotton am so grassy de work am sc hard niiddv sun am not so hotdntI blieve diRdarky am called to preach Oiicaso Standard teerscd Blackburn Jurlge Srfyder innde a rule some time ego that all women should remove their hitsln bis court erjfocecLipealed to the jnrigts wife and rca idered a dlsfleutiug opinion Denver News f1ASTNGELAKE J jTlie Pecnllnrltlco ut n Dotty at 1atcIn Australia Lake George is nituiited nUaut four miles from the railway elation rt Bun gendorij Australia and has for many years engaged the attention o scieu title men by reason of the sing larand inexplicable phauouiena connected with It The estimates of Its size vi ry conS siderably according to circumstances but when moderately full about 20 by 7 wiles will be found tolerably correct At either end the land Is fully IpO feet above the highest recorded surface jthe lake whlcli possesses no known outlet although It is fed by nimcrous mountain creeks The lake was discovered by a bush snail In 1820 and was known to the blacks as the big water It vas then supposed to form the eoutco of a river having its mouth on the soutli coast but Subsequent Visitors wer muchj perplexed at the manner In which the s bocks avoided the lake of whjch thev Young Women The entry Into womanhood fa a critical time for a girl Utile susu strual disorder started at that iifflie soon pow into fatal complications That Female troubles are filling graveyards atbthhrzmcoztrsaifiowlion is started right bealuiy life will usually follow Pfany women young ofCardulgive women freedom from pain and to fit young women for every duty of life 100 bottles at druggists Miss DellS H Straytr Tully Kuit have suffered untold pain at mcnstnlal pt ribdi for a long time was ntrvous had no appetite and lost Interest In cvcrylhlng In fact miserable have iaken four bottks of Wine of Cardui with Tkedfdrds BiatkDraush when seeded and today am entirely cured cannot expr u the thanks feel for what you bevel den fo me 5 For adrf ce in eases roqn trine epcdat dlr o tadiesStivisoryIclne Company Chattanooga Tom JThousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it HOW To Find Out Fill a bottle or fcommon glass with youi water slid let it stand wehtyfour hours a sediment or set 179rI J tlihe Indicates an efIonodh0kineys if it stains your linen it isa1 evidenceof kid ney trouble too frequent desire to fc pass it or pain In thebacktsalso convincing proof that the kidneys and blad ci are outof order What tp Do There Is comfort In ijoftenRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability o hold water and scalding pain In passing liquorWinenecessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SvampRoot Is soon yionderfulcuresIf you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery tcA- and a book that tells j more aboutlt bothsent JsI absolutely free by mall r address Dr Kilmer nom SmunpRoot j Co Binghamton N Y When writing men reading this generous offer in this paper awjcareu 10 cutertau a superstitious dread one aged aboriginal statingslie had seen It all covered with trees an other explaining that the whole ofAhe water sunk through the bottom and disappeared while others jcmcrnbcrcd the lake only us a series of stuaU ponds During the following 20 years eon slderablt variations were noted la the depth and extent of the lake In 1841 the lake became partially dried cp the moist portions being tjlmply grassy swamps A few months later large numbers of sheep were pastured In thj bed of tlifr lake but fresh water had to be carted for the use of the shSpierds that of the lake being too salt for bu man consumption The place Remained more or less dry until 1S32 the year of the great Goods In that part of the col any when it again became filled with an average depth of nine feet Since thou the surface level of the lake has varied considerably but the bed has never been so dry as In former yean There are indications that many hun reds of years ago the hike cpvereu a far larger area than any yet recorded remains of trees over 100 years old be lug found In spots formerly under wa fgr The saline character of the lako is the more remarkable by reason of Its being fed by pure and sparkling fresh s water streams LIBEL IN ENGLAND tot Hard There toClve Cause For Actions at Lnvr Englands libel law is a terror to the defendants A short time ago a young playwright sold a piece to a London manager and drew a small eaeli week which wits paid by OSlO week when the playwright piPett seated the cheek to tlie bank Lot lug It was returned to him niarkcd No funds The playwright hind the check framed and hung conspicuously In his study lie took pleasure In pointing it out to visitors and making biting comments until one day tIm managers lawyer called and told the young tran that he was committing a serious libel on the manager where upon the check was taken down at once Over la England the railway corn panies or at least one ot them put up In the station placards bearing tile names of passengers xiho lied violated rules of tim road with addresses the nature of the olTcnse and lines liiipos cd The offenders took the matter Into cburti and now tire placards shun only the words Opposite the offense A passenger It frequently happens that names given to villaihs and ridiculous cbarac ters In fiction will duillcate In rea1 life A certain English novel had Its scene laid on the west ccasVof Africa jiud the villain of the Look was a major its tire army supposed to be stationedli there To the novelists dismay appeared one day out of tie thereff a real major bearing the name villainof the novel wimp also had bc u stationed ou the west coast oJ Airlco In Vain thtf unhappy author protested In the consequent actlorv that he hail never ceen or beard of the plaintiff jA verdict for ie tatter was given with aubsta iali damages A BlljiiCgham lawyer held that one could libel a wan effectually enough lv leaving qnt his name Ho brought nn action against a local paper for persistently Omitting his anie from Its reports of cases In whth he pro fesslbually was engaged Presumably he imagined that the loss of the c yertlsement he Would have obtainM by his name repeatedly appearing was damage enough Ho was nonsuited hpwever A Dtncplt Wife An Englishman thus describes this wife of lila bosom in his will Eleavcn access to have sent her Into Jhe world solely to drive me out of The strength of Samson the genius of nomer the prudcnceof Augustine the skill of Pyrrhus tIle patlpneo of Job thesubtletyIof Hannibal tly vigilance of Hcrrno genes would Uftt Bufflce to subdue the perversity tf her character Ex change A Popclav rioit Traveler Eh Han this hotel chang ed hands Clerk Yea the old landlord busted dp owed thousands of dollars to nil the provision dealers In the neighborhood For every 10 he took in ho spent 520 Traveler Too bad too bath Hes the only landlord I ever met who know how to keep n hotel New York Week HCKI For the ISowl No mutter whwl ails you liettdncho to a cancer you will never get well until Your bowels put right UASCAKETS 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