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ceryhirdO1t3V t Spring 1d f No2neetQTerY 4cOl Mt every second anl hMo1tda HSileb month ttxraiirsop TM5MACAIIESMCti every ytcditeec4lv of cctvuioeith aLOR Ml iiqi tlAKK Tnrtn z Mects everjt Wednesday night fuVfe + cElro Dal d4L a1dN TIME TABLE kfliijiTraPsl l iJrPM i ii PM IiArSIiringfled 580120 U 5ValleY Hin 5411188 3i 4 It MIs oker4M141t 18fI1IJit 13 v rBardstbvn l cio50 Nazareth J iSO 3 tIt 12 Satntiels 6413 jlj 19 2 Natsvill t6 45 3 5- jll li 10 Cane Spring ft 53 405 00 IHobbs 0 4 S ire i ClcarmontoH f tiij riirdstpwn Ju ct 110100 0 v C MpnerdsvUle 720 i iW Ilubors 127ft South Park JfI 4 f Souti LcuIsvIlIo 1 30 I 55 J atO TILou1svnle AvVJiMlPlf q fatal of adldit FOIb ==I monT I Coat ttemedi by eanL ILI tbe JDd f PRJCE fi k Foleys ffoney 1JiarchMJIcsvr Noit i T nit NMi4OtiL t t INeriesYn1 dIr jflPSEASES lltttttttttttttt1tt1tttt tttt1t = Odds and En ds of Gossip S k t i 1 kIci Milkin lay 1C V1ri th IMostwUdl 11AndThe farmer rose demurely And with a vim Intenbef Annexed that cow seeurely trnto toe picket fence Tljen at a safe range aittjngr With peed he did not fail ToaAidthQ rich milk flitting Into the big tin pail Sis joy did nptdiminisb v 114 sang trii rnpiant songs Andmllked unto finish Old Bossy with the tongs R K MankiCtrick jin Jdg rAT1SFACTORYAn Oppr- tunity 1va3 given ftt the burning of tbe Springfield Hotel last week to tosJ the efficiency ofl the water works acd fire department and the result was tfdlie saH fdCtnry Alhoxi h the deiy in gettirg a water pressure caused bv tbe map in tjh rge at the pumping station desefiiraglrsn at a very in opportune time came near proving disastrous when the waler was turned on in full forth the streams from the hse proved to be powerful and effec live and it was demonstrated beyond question that barring any unexpected circumstance such as a deserted engine the new watt system and our fire partment are all right Sau- doodand sufficient for any ordi nary nit gratwn f tt 4 THXl TBytlfevvwby l this unseemly delay on tuVpart ot the towli trus ees or whoever is responsible m ge lug the promised reduction in firevinsurarice tit tes for the town The inturagce companes claim That they are ready and filing to fix a new schedule of rates just fcs soon as the requiremon j sJuld beforo the Jiuste s bv the1 iinsnrauce reprseulati ve are pHe4 1tlJTh fire djopAjt raentr is very quipied ve u destand withtneexceptin o having a second hose reel which is to be local ed in a different part of the two When this is secured and It volunteer fire Company organized the demands of the inscti ance men will have heen oora plied with and the ptpper y holders will be given tUe benefit of lb9Teductotf 11his should be done at once Thdimam argument to the towuI taxpayqrs iu favor of Wrknd the coisquent addi tional tax vis thaf wa would have caper insurance rates Now llets huvo them it r4 TVT ItD STOR1ESIt is JOI nark b1e what wild nnd wooly stories go abroad on the occasion of a small pox scar- eItseethhatthe simple rola ion of facts about such a thing is entirely too tame a proceediDg for thi average individual tematter must be magnified and made to appear big whether it is ornot We Have had ja little smallpox here in Springfield one case and there has been no effort nraae to conceal that fact from the world rather he contrary to shut off false reports and ygt it swol derful how re ports of chejituation hero haye been exaggerated That one case of smallpox in our town has been multiplied nd variously put at from fivoitto rhirty cases according to the distance one gpjs irom town and the caj pacity of the news gatherer Timid people are consequently kept away from the town Jis a resuIand the effect of a isiiTbad in one sense as lscareJ disease A local m ora visit lie had Jrrom a good lady from the c untr recently p11rchasesthethantsith3 and iny ilie most con fdential inaunernslcedto Ifnow ijas hpw nianyi casas of small peix the town ponlaiuedt The jpa iicljant ejfplaTaM th true ituatic434Y onl case and ibctt f6dq eeu tafeenjfbut of town t 4jid qaTautiuedetc ct Dd slle11klt lijmNot on your ffe Bo kneiir b tt tShei Vr8 Wcres doze r or more cases hidden iiway in the old town and it was no use to try to conviDCe her otherwise She had heard all about it in the country SS there Itgoes The further away you get from the smallpox scare the biggeritis GENTLE HINT In our style of cl mate with ts suddtn changes of tempera ureratv witd and sunshine if ten interniiugle3 ia a single ayit is no wonder that but zbildren friends 1dIrelatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths resulting directly from ibis cause A boWsl of Boschees yourhOlnffjvent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps deab jby the use of tbree or four doses For curing too umptioi1 Hem prage pneumonia Severe boughs Oroup Or anydisease e of he Throat or Lungs its succes is simply wonderful as your Jru rgist i fLte11 yOu Gut a sample bottle free from Havdon fc Robertsoil Regular size 75 sts Get Greens Prize Almanac 1Heartburn I When the quantity 6f food taken sI oO iSrge or the qu1ality too richC leartburn is likely to follow aha es pecially so if the diftestion Jias been vealteiifed by constipation Eatll cilJi1YIWrestedhproughly Let six outs elapse betiyeeu meals and whet you feel a full ess and weight in the region of the tomach after cating indicatiiig that ou have Beaten too bet cli take one of s hrvmberlaii s Stomach and Liver ablets and tIle heartburn mayibe voided For sale by lHayion Rob fcrtsoa i Lr am Indebted to One Minute Cough Cute for my1 present goCd health and ray life I wast treated in fain fiy doctors for lthug trouble fo- lIoviiilagrippc I took One Minute Cough and recpyercd thy health Mr E H Wise Madtjon JGa i The Great Hindoo iThe death of Hiodon the ooted sire brings pack memor pes of a great race norse to many joulsvle people tho witnessed ti victories in nufnaeftus rates at Chucchift Do1DS Twtntv Wars ago in 1861 he wpn ihe Keolucky Dei by A serits of raues he had here with Check mate in 1832 or 188H perhaps the greatest taken altogether bvtr seen un the Louisville equirie1kiDgS1n inettiogand not e final isssue wefo the admirers of Checkmate cODip ed that Hm jioo was his master In tbeir tirsc ImjeeUng Checkmate won The second time Hindoo finished first hut the track was heavy and so the cjcditiobs were not satisfactory to the followers of Checkmate Their third meeting was iin the Louisville Cujat two and onequarter miles Hin doo was gain tit victor Their time excuses were found for Checkmate on aliypunt of the distance jphich was considered too far for bin1The fourth meeting was in the Turf Stake atone and one quarter miles Distance und tract were just right for Checkmate but he was beaten The raqe was decided in the first three Quarters which which were run in 114 At that point itwasseent at lila intoIjevenJghis sons Hanover is sufficient to secure his fame Hindoo was twenty three years old He Yasowned by Clark Wood ford of Paris Ky Times ofPutacough d Ircar your sight by applying Suther lands Eagle Eye Salvo Try it to ertlittqrIrO7taJ etA specific for sore eyes Jusfas GoodWIiencvera4iiiggist tells you he has something just a gOody for coughs colds vip LOt Bells Binelkj Honey etcasS J thinking othis profits and n tjbfiyour welfare Good druggists wilt sell you whbt you ask for and you can ask fox nolthini aS gOod asi Dr Bells Tine Tar npv tJorvl 1rnprt sell it iHILliSBQRO From our Regalar Coirespendcnti Miss AnnI Godly was in Chaplin last1eek Prof Browning of Chicago is the guest Miss Sallie Pitz erald orI Misses Bertha Leacbraan Rose ana Acna Kelly visited Miss Dora BaWles near Fee wick last week IMiss Lizzie ilzg ra1dtith of Mrs Whalen near Moorsvilli r Mrs Eliza Dohoney sent Saturday afte noon with Mrs Julia Leachman Rev Ezra Sutherland arid wife were at Battle Ky Sunday Mrs Cora Mcllvov und chil dren of Feu ick are visiting Mrs Tom Mc Ivoy Miss Ida Go by of Chaplin 1 the gaest of Br P Leaohmans family Miss Mattie robin is visiting her father Jotn Tobiu of Litsey Misses Emin i and Lulu Adams of Harrodsburg and Mabel Thompson of Litsey spent Saturday nigh with Mrs Mary Thompson John Leachi uau hsd a vey lightJninff last e kv Hos This Wo olTer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward any tso of untrh tlfnt cannot bo eiucd by Hulls C4nrrlz C ro F j CUE KY t co Prups Toledo We the tin Iftrsit ncd Imvo known F J Clionoy for tho ast 15 yaars and to lioTs linn porfoctlj honotAble in all tius invsH transactions and financially able to carry out allY obligation made by firmftWKST l TUAX iVhoicsalo Prtigsists Toledo WALDINO KisNAir MavzN Wholer ale Dru gfstdj Tol do 0 flails Catarrh Giro is taken internally acting diractly np tho Dlood and mu cous surfaces of tlHy tem Prlco Toc ijer bottle Sold b all Druggists Tes ttmenialH tree You cap never cure dyspeysia by dieting What youtt body needs is plenty of good fo dpreper1digestedP- 12cu if vour stomach will not digest it Kodol Dysdepsia Cure will It contains all of the natural digcstants hence must digcs t every class of food aud so prepare iti that nature can use t in nourishing the body ind replacing the wasted tisstes thus giving lifct health strength ambition pure blood and good healthy appetite Haydon Robertson BOOKER From Our Bpci lat Correspondent Booker iis v sry quiet as our shippers of stock are slow to take hold of he Lamb trade They shipped but eight ear loads of from i orejist month 1E Trout an has shipped seven hundred dozeq eggs this month so far and a large n bAr of spring c lckeos and heps The Bo jkor delivery and col lection wagon is doing a good business On country store has to deliver goods since we have free turnpike ty MT L and tf E Trourman spen Sunday with Tom Reed and wifoon Li coIn run Luther Bqpl It Jim Benedict Lawrence Trrn and Albert Wall went on the excursion tp thecity Sued y i i Wheat haryj st is on tho boom in this ection Somehad to or did run their binders on Sunday r tDr Geo Ewliga practicing pby sican of Smiths Gr ve Ky for over thirty years wr tea hiS personal ex perience with Toleya Kidney Cure For years I ha vo boon greatly bothered with Ind no trouble and enlarg cd postrateglana I used everything known totho pofesalon without re Ret until I was1 nduced to use Foleys botIperspribo now iaiiy in my practice and heartily re 2oinended Its use to ill physlcana foi such troubles for or can honestly te I have peracrlbedi It to hundreds qf cases iwjth perfe4cb success Wood WImsatt A household Necessity is jUst wlfat whojknewa cure for Colic X holcra Diarrhoea and cogiiehoyvclse1l1 disease and ala nature in Restoring KSalth Good Roa Association The good rt ads Uohventiou in Louisville las veek resultedt in a permanant organization un der the name of The Kontucky Good Roads Association Col XB NhI1O3ntLrssIocroLj licjlture was made President of the Association W J Caudill of BarboursvilliYicpPresideti J Q Van Pel of LonisyiMr Secretary arid Jas F Buckner j of Louisville Treasurer An composed6fRresslonaldistr ctlntbe State was appointed Louisville was chosen as the permanent head quartersof the Association an- dtexingtn wa selected as the place for hole ing the next an nual convention which will be held some time 1002 A1 const itution was ado lpdandsev ta1 resolutions pasjsqdlbkiog toward State legislation oa the subject of road imprtJv cut A numbdr of enthusislic speeches were made and when t ocoo ypntion finally dourned the bit OStown legates started forborne loade ttbthe guar s with good road enthusiasm It is a good beginniuing and it is hoped thai the sucles Of this meeting in bates tbe dawn of a new and beter era in roads in Kentucky Good roads1 either dirt Or macadam Irom town to town aid from farm to railroad satiOn viUdo more to add value to the farms of Kentucky than ill the railroads HOWITSDONE The first objecttio life with the American peopla istot gJtrich the second hovtoretain good health The firs can be obtained be energy hon jty and saving the secend gocd health by us ing Greens August Flower Should you te a despondent sufferer from any ol the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Coraplaint Appendicitis Indigestion etc such as Sick HeadachePapita tioh of the Hear Sour Stomach Habitual Cosli enes1 Dizziness of the Had Nervous Prostration Low Spin s etc you need not suffer another day Two doses of the we known August Flower will relifVH you at once Go to Haydon ii i Hobertsoh am- lgetasample bb tie free Rigu jar size 73 cts Get Greens Prize AJ rianac Eczema atmi Skin Erupt insRemicks Ecsaroa Cure and Remicks Pepsin Blood Tonic will Cure the most obstinate case At Haydon Rob rtson Cruel Treatment Little Rober Rose between 3 and 4 years of age son of MrI H H Rose o this city met with cruel treatment at the hinds or an unk own negro boy last Saturday evening TQe little boy was induced by tho colored boy to joto the pasture with him a sho t distance from town Reachi 3g the pasture Robert was str iclr violently in the fact with some rough instru ment and sever ly bruisel His face also had the appearance of being scratched with finger nails Ani ugly bruise was talso found en Ins arm After using the little fellow up In this manner the fowardjy wretch left himn Rob ri cryingi finely reached bis LomeI where his wounds were dressed Tho little fellow faHa bigi black boy hit him viti a rock The affair caused Considerable talk and tho black b 5y ii found wiI4 receive isjjut dues Lebanon Enterprise IVonl S cjiuts Will Drill will bring ref el to sufferers from asthma or consumption oven in th- eSwt case Thi i is about wjbat one dose Foleys onoy and Tar costs Isnt it worth a t 5al Wood Wim sa plysI Y e are no stronger morally or ically than our w akest point line tynine in every lie hundred cases ot physical weakne s is due to some bvcritaxatton in etivity or disease of the Brain Heart rNervcs Walkers TJtiic will build up that weak point and put your whole system in a coudi tion of physical ctitude TheSol er Pig y Words Ev tits pubushes at length tbe historyJof the Mill tary PiItbut fails to state from what point the porker stilted on its long and tiresome march The s ory as related to Squire R L Mullins by ii- I tLe1 IAmericanmembered thej pig well is as follows A 4cqjmBn5 Pf volun tssers under G H Shelby zss5m bled at Harrodsbuj on tIie1l lotft where Mr Isa c PearsoVsdrie now stands and formed a nucleus milityreton the march to the Ohio On the outskirts of ttie town th1 company saw two pig fightirigI jth7i j recbmmencej it was obsorved ljJOJaD1maJOf course the sc Hi jrs fqd t 111 new recruit The nest d ay pig followeJ Ufa mtIf thiitl Ihelriverthe lerry boat at Cincirrnati tha pig waited a bit then plangpd into the river and swarm across and when the march was re sumed the animal took ttslsce1 n the flank of the mpviLg column Piggy flow became a frcat pelalid was as sure of rations as the men themselves and destitute of food as the soldiers somQjimes found themselves no one evenS hintedut thioavjofthe pig went on board th boat with tlie sQldiers but after reaching Bass Island declined 16 reembark and remained behind in the care ofa man who volunteered lo loots after its wants When tthe troops returned from Canada to tbe stir prise of all the pig was soon discovered on the right of the litfe ready 10r thereturn march The animal auffered much from cold on this trip and at Mays ville where the aVmy rccrossed the Ohio river it was decidedto leave it in the hands of a friend by GpvvSheby Finallv piggy was taken to the governors home where it pissed the rest of its days in piggish ease and pleftty rrHarrodsburg Democrat Many thousands have been restored tohealth and happiness by the use off Chamberlain Cough Remedy If afflicted with any throat OJ lung trouble give it a trial for it is certai1 to prove beneficial Cog1 s that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless tjiat the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been perm1f nently cured bjits use Dear in mind that even bottle is warranted and if it doeS not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For Sale by Uaydou Robertson Any ad vised cealcr is anHhorizedib guarantee Banner jSalve for totter eczma piles sprains scalds burps ulsers and any open or old sore Wood Wimsatt A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all such case DeWitts little Early Risers produce gratifying results Haydon Robertson Costly Pups A farmer who lives an the Lexington pike four miles from town boughtten head of sheep recently paying four dollars a carcass for them and then turn ci around and presented the iheep vto the fellow from wbqm he bad purchased thdm The young hounds of the first man had killed them and when the other rode by and said he was looking for sheep dogsthe owner of the hounds IdWYPU need go no further my pups came hrmo wo nights ago wit ht wool in their teeth heres forty dollars is it enough The money was accepted and though two of the dogs had cost themtHa1rodsburg YourHal Two years ago my hbir vrts f falling out badly I purchased n bottle of AyeraHair Vigor anctn outonjtMiss Perhaps your mother had thin haircut that is DQrcaso vhy you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make It rich dark and heavy 1SIoea fctllj it AlKrm tfS jour dniggbt cannot supply you send us ono dolhr and wo will 4ntpres you a bottle I1oureind gtro the name o our tc1eu e tsj ltlIoe L h CAnIttUIILS ru r i u uc d ctitt r I tthe z41T The Horscl i j While the prjomaI1sortso utiIir bthes has benc1iwbIni teiaily upward or the past Bye lPpinctta most fxcellertauthbrity qot tbii t nnIhave like wise apprec aied grea yA veu i marine vihoj antuilly uli rchiayOj many IiunJrdds Ol horo s ia Chicagfl for hi f client IJ oiLti1sltilt hils now paingfrQr IHla itotliO ahd findi ij thoie t are coming lo mark6tdis tmctiy njaiorto those that hac been finiIied rOt last autumns tioIztrd1tcheraii troterthyiQsJewi betVecnU1aijIgre wbi4thatto hcdone An effort lad short time ago 4 acquire promising young racj yhorsc disclosed a scale of values si different from that which obtained a few seasons a jo at thh time andsuch a 4cartbf yoatl ful speed on the me rket tha befeserveaIf l moeyiboseought to fairly coin money ThosewhO have pronSisjuiji r or paces decUni toprice them The business i iII in strong hands Wealthy mei l wish to race their colts other wish to buy and every littli while one hears of a gale bsin mnaatnvery long price Being strictly speakinga luxury the speed horse was longer j rosporidig to the change fi general commercial condition thanthe more useful sorts but he is having ht innings nowI t restBrewrsGazett Cure for Cholera InTantura Ncve Known to Fall During last May an infanjt child of our neighbor was sUJTrug from cholera infantuni the doctors haL given up all hopes of renovczy I took a bottle of Chamberiains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reoipdy to the house t lling them I felt sure it would do good Jf used accbrdiug lo dirccltious Ih two ditystinie the child hail fully recovered The child isjiow vigorous nnd healthy 1 bay recommended this remedy reqtientlv and have never kpqvrn it ifail Mrs Curtis Baker Boqltwaltef phio For sale by HayjJon Robertsoti I vish to statet yoivin4 the read ers of these few lines that jrou Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and oulcure for dyspepsia thatl have ever come in eon tact with and 1 have used many other prepara tions John Beam West iliddleser Pa No preparation equals Kodo Dyspepsia Cureasit contains all tht natural digestants It will digest at- kinds of foqd and cant hfclp but dc you good Haydon Robertson j r TboB W Carter of Asbbpro NL C bad kidney trouble ndanb bottle ti tcuretl that will compare withltWoddt Wiinealt II coCrop v Ir The U Sop Report lot 1sjsnysgrowth except in hel extremi dryRsay the stand is poorI McLalr county l1ttbecrop las heel cut short onethrd by c ntmue dry weather anc other countlei in the Dark Belt report simila con tiposln the Bu ly secj 9sc1Chrgi some counties and just enough rooisvuio and sunshine in most off tthecoUnl1e5 As a Tll olel tb crop is dn average as than it Toa at tbissaann ort t year I JJaswl Cdlarratr quickly yoalds U treatment by Elys Ores Iii Balm blub js agreeably foinotli lt Is rO i dyed through the nostra 9 cleanee nncT fccala the whole sur 3 over wislch it difu3C3 Jtsselfr A ropic j for Nascl Cntarraji which la tlrylnj or exciting to the +iiAQAsed ineniber- Inn should not bo nsifcl Cream Bal ia tccbgnsed as rfeptivifla jerfce 60e lctJt1itil U5 whettCroata Balixi Je xj od EJyvlkb there 66 WarrnStoeljctw I5ori trr J3bn Tlrpcut h kiIlY Foloya ftonejr and Tar 3Ured toj scvoracesp4attHnftathes TQirThursdayt T t t Oclotlkl M r leo h1htd it ojWf He had teen in il healtWitit t dUmbo oT yetsbuJ hiriaiwei i 11f diale death WItS cauleib tfI hejmmorage of the bPwefcrvTh deceased wsurrhe 71ttyes Jf 4 his ago and was thdfio rrcd Ortthrverybestl j co jinty possesscd beTBijfTmfe 4right Cbrtsifen gentlethr fllfwHs for a numh r of rear 01 oC J tie Deaconsof ihe Fresijtleriaij ftfJbo the7 1 copnty he transferrjed fail wem j beVship to the First PresbyljBriaD church of this ciiy aft ileiytV ittfd i Mb JJByfdolf ShH6yyiliell JH tife preceded him to ttiegrav somer l nor tfeel e 5argcorib funeral Was preacfeiffUnyij afternoon at the rtstdencit off v fRvt wjncli the interment follpVed ip tthis Prryville ofmetsrjic4l au ville News vtpr iVlMr Irvioewas a brotk t t ctljMrs A 0 McEIrov ottIbis 811ij1ij i TheWaY to cure diarrhea nal pains ito use a rdinddylliis- top fermilntatibijanj U cause Dr Bells An PAi 1 will thisv Bfv virtu of its 3ntis ucqb1I itibs it destroy es the dlsease 10j i Vl 1as Q Ahherfcof Dll4 pM9rrif o I had aa obstinate sore oi ffeijr rae l iwhich everything else fallel to bwC After one application ot Baiez- Salvit began tJ heal and tter tar e applications It was entireiytleul- eaving no scar WOboTas Wliutt J Killing in Marion A tragedy occurred oA SOtfSt Ride in MQriomqpttn fTuesday morning iija which Hoardtras killed atut JftAllen was- Clarence mort allf oiitdji Bhipp who shot tken4j frbra ambosh Ailed ifliojiI still alive says that iprlqllokdefl his gun cd sh9WIriJ 4 4cEinll dncolb rlhatbelSltUjrtq that section Bie is 22 yaarso1f and a son of Shake Shipp wh jl was killedthere k fw moVtb ago Hoard and AUinueIlfr of famii sand were cbnkleII r good eifizsnsk Tbporigia 3 i tile trouble was abm landiir tp t Shinps tending mother that Hord it jr tt ot Copstipafionttt- I oes your head ache Psiri back of your eyes Jtaste in your mthltt ST your livedI Ayers Pills rc 0 liver pins They cure coniti r pation headache dysgeptit 2k AMnia t t jltbrown or rich bick fhelIlS BUCXIMSDYE i l taereapDMMMnA4VRHux 6 1tq llMrt l illll t 1anauricular1 moved blf hinder ped4 rlwr such fpj eand spQaItotPI ipij tiples closed up thern cIasgii4 minded bystanders ofJIryiiI9l thundefr storm ihinif iiej theavy rope tt 4ibiii tJ birn doJky9 lgi J4 c Ij t him totheoart1 witbttPs stratgbk up IAl14ivilitt ian boy wassMW p1sitCo- n bo mul shH1 stQtihtw4ell a- stepesnLativt p d ti41 atthe iayertw blaekisit nailing tbQ Itpesa ft much ease a earpq4sr4 iwo lani e thvoa nine r iiiYrIsoul aaHgtten aeyot MN Ir h tfett btii peJt3- hstiland Jolt wilt 1s i tvid lb hM Ie4itd sdi i f11I1atieortJae cbIItIdsi F3JIttJJtt taal is nisd ierrSduraJjflui irro 5fljuair It 1 W tt JJ tt11i iu rW d Ilk Jttf liargstlntbm wtpI 4j r f tIblet Kittor ipviw5hivftI JidMd tc e si tJO Sjtvt JQ YjtWisqe- dttlcgo5IlL ILodLDpiip a tjaw at nu tt F v P w F s T i W 77WI rI ar ii rV4fti H1 lf E Ti6kcsi nts i8rl C3flt3 UtfC1J1LItfer uau on Xt44 eitJ etthnof respect y1l1flO Llt O1 TR43ij1Y 11 1901 1 Vo r1 t- II Us 4anifohe oKCip of Acrty o W91irito tuny 1 bnr1eti1 i1 r iistrataaagrJto nflLOI1U3 MES L MWL Ialtbor Ui theo ttd NeRbre1eetioi9l For Skrff 7 Teoto at orizei foannbonce ifTRO CSRDAKB i a candjdatQffQrtliQ office ef Sheriff lWiij gl6aicOuntyi I ov2mber oleo taAy t r bputle8 tdn1yCbirnfl Ed bVa anthorlcttO aiinouuce t1t2oHoNw 9 a fiandidaie or tho iJomocratic iicfailnatoh for Eepresentativ from Washington coifnty Nbvomber alec t ion 1931 iv V I t Piti prituarv JecAion to Select Benuccratlc ttormneisifor various T V oCBcers iin Lobisty ife n Je tter sun cuuutv was held Tuesday It restiUed in Cliar3t laiigar recaivirjig thc nominal Um for Mliyor over T L Jeff ersoq yrnariy Qf abuti 5jOOO volc lirncs 13IDefeated cSaipss McfiVEijjflher for City Tra ferjohu M Uann received teeKfi omlnaijpri fir Oudge ot iht Piflce Couri over OUartes A Wisoa by a majority ol vcr 600 Jeseph Hiiffakerreceifdcl the nomidali jn for CcfmrjaonxvealtBs Attorney 1idSatH K rby fqV Con qiy At t py Te frlvHiSn as Ofjfe mcfst orderly ever held ii uisville The c ramTtteere r ceived up complaint of aqy Jtad andVaere Was cot a single arrest during be day ffoplinvilleis having Gubd Roads cipaveiitlpn arrd 0oy Beclrfianf arid a large crowd of delegates are on haod Dhe ct1zns of Cbrsiiaa ccunt arranged an elaborae rogram for tbe entertainment of tbeir g ccsi A TcrrIbeTiier A well tnarisi Jlilwankcc lavryct irfth a jcnlnieig fgr long stbr Je was a vlgitof nf adjtsgjj once Aipon a lime as tUf sfory bwlis pntlt Ko saw upap the register ctlbc Park Jiotol the name of Cdlonrt Gabriel Luc of Oshfcrtgb and decided tbt ho as In iiuty boun1 to call up n that I utor othc VJscDnsln bar cspwuinlly za tIcytbotMoccpd t pnEltjo iqf israud mosfw irtuij graad lodge of- tVleconsfw Maroiis He colltd on ilr TJoack in his room la the 1ttll and fouBd the C hkoshlaul Iii ls s4a ieves jawnhiff He ran 1 j Masolir First te gave his vU rs of tho rojhcrhoo3 frogi liifihlln olomoXStcajpe sVlthoct tl dajeifttsrtihelief1TioajfybfUe eIoff his story wKlii Well Ghbe asr JT3 hcign appointtiIeli trulcefor 1laitTOr ttw D t1 i and D nib I thitac I l dlietjpy gfitbj td tae to talze an aTrly train for eiitllT 1ur lafldfi sake elsslb1e1hi rE ijtoti aw Agoing to kernfe talk wli jj ourfcands tdo ui1ie blunt rep iiwk tiie old laTyjrcfrSlllwankee Sentl WhlcJi ot Tour Eree Crlcs rt apOetlveiv ubsurdquetk fl 10 W11CLOt your Oyes criesStJo ncii1rnOfl or narden fry viiffown tInL salt tea Rkc Iifr 5peamUoe and rush away doVIL ti4 seiinlxigly en fet fro iwftar from the other whichever tlie otlsc Coy be hut If c rcf ai Dote ISa 4 jH4ev resneeIa1ly with cinotlop all p Iile itrl iH found that ceo of the r5Ia lz1t li lcfel emotional tiyidcacy n tfvu oj lIft tenr vp1te liefo re ftsonha lIohl tics dLCIdtd up iu the ii lapy ev lro bt3 tC Iicf methml cf kc Wn ti eoUouaL ete e cnz ptrWd ioaie ahsffjcd out forI iAq 5i h Prr crnl v714 ss ln srsi Ie11jtiirlti fq cftriIduTIpntnibtizit1t t in It atir w m ffiui iirjIt tr zbyr t rauIirtI ffibQ mud you Have Always ISowgLt and jxrliidlilins been Itt use for over SO y ars Iia borne ffao sigiiatnro of s iud has been mad under his per op1 supcrision 1nco Its 1nftnc 4Gw jAIlpAT no ono to deceive yonin tills AU Counterfeits Iniitait ons and fjusta sobd faro but Espopinacnts Sint trifle TVih anti endangor tlio Itoaltli of Iiifunts aid OhildrenfxPcl clo to agaihtdt Experiiivent What CATIXstpria is Jiarnilesii substitute for Castor Oil JaEoi j oric Drops and Spot IiingrSyrirps Ifc Is Blcosaut Ib Contains neIther Opium Morphine nor other jfarcoiio iitIbStLflCC Its ago Is it guarintee It 1csrOiLWonfl and allays Fovcrlslmejss It cures Dinrrhoca aiid Viud Colic It relieves Teetaiftigf Troubles euyds Constipation nia Flttttilency It assimilates the Food regulates tho StoaiaoH and Bowels igiving8 hcalthyntid natural sicen Tid1iiidre4ii Panac4aThe 1Iothcrs 3rIenLi bthu CATOA ALWAYS r Bearfiitlio Signature of KM You HaVO Always Bought in Use For Over 3O Years Intorinatipn Desired The rural postoffice Is the bureau of Tgeneral informatiopno less so in Geor than In Vernftrof and the Atlanta reports a conversation pre c clnltated by an oljj darky who ap ppa lied the village postmaster and said May letters for ac IV Ij thy postal cards W V la my paper come r Gotaqy almanacs 1No SWell doeg iiu Unpvr anybody what nvants to uy a Ifte alHgatori Sllilliie to IlappIncBo Old jLady And so yan expect to g5t married when you grow up r Ltjttltj Girl Qf course Everybody gefs marriftd twont Kay no like AuutLucy did and be an old malt No indeed Perhaps iyou wont like those who aSk ftOil jcs will feel surd that 3ziieiiareal Pce little boyiI mean ffign comes to ask me to get married 10be so happy I wont wait t rim uownslalrsito meet him Ill jus fellde down the hamsters Uncfnl Cecicnt A useful cement for mending earthen or stone jars stopping leaks m the searas of tin pans tir iron TietScs or tightening loose iolnti of Iron art wood iszu2de by mixing litliarge np4g1yc erln to a thick cream This will resist aclds heat nnd cold if the article Janet used until the cement has harder etl i oriip BUI All nigijt 1My dear Bir It strikes me th t this Is a pretty round bill Yes I have sent it around often enough to make it appear xo and now I hope to get ItSquaredTBaItrmore Jewish Cbmrocnt i r In its native habitat the shell jf the oyster Is always a little open and siilWrtisJcople waving hairs set u j guy rents which cgrrytliefobd plttnU to its niouUi where they aro engujfel and afterward digested Tiecilcd a Chain A story being told about a G rman who has n hotel tat down tow An tirtlstionij of those barroom irtisls who make pictures on mirrors with Eoap called on the German the other ulay nndTaskedforfeoine worki well rtheNGorman said you might paint a brown bear oii my slgir How much wouldyou charge to do It TTo dol lzirsP the artist answered Thereupon the contract was tnade and the beart painted At the end of tile Jab the artis said Dont you wOnt n to paint a ebali on the bear Would you charge os ira fortliat salt the German That would cost 51 extra Yesii cant tnnA to have it done T ie art ttdepartcL hat night It rainc loln the momiuff tim boar had s anlsh edfrbm the Blgtt The rain had T aShcd Itaway The German sent for the palrtcr at once My heart he said reprc cbful ly is gore The other ans vpred Well I antcdto put a chain on It r PqrI1tn then I u32 far thnt1ng of a lothcr r bIiZi1Ie ThIrd for ri chain to make the rpictiire permanent The dijalued bear now remain upon the sign Iniporvious to the wee her Phifadelpiiia Record IItomzinc fpr my iislcr Drug GlorkWimt Kind of zinc- There arc about 4t fetjuK Win doe yhiIster want to eec It for CuMirnerI dyjiit Itiiow the kind J5he KiHl I must nbMell whdf she want id1tfr4 IJrjug Cltrh Wti it oxide of ssfnc cli 15p1tI caftsoinpr y v thats itt oufsUlp of zinc to put on tit fn nrooklyr Life If you want to ft id out ho great a atih Ie biar if y u would jrscc 4tlil lovjrpit Ty Isnt ask his kt 4Js ThethiThen the baby is mostlike Iy nervous and fretful nd i Si iksnt gain In weight i jjIsjj mditiiei jaIp from th snleCberI1L1 I 4943 Pearl fitri NtTr1pr1 5calk54t iIstcII jShrcTril Tlilevery Americans clio go abroad must ex pect to be robted right rind left said a young man who recently returned from n brfef inropean tour One ex pcctd to bcj liew up forall sorts of tips but when the Jjcggara fbllow you home you cant help fouling a sort ofaduifra tlou for th61r Ingenuity q went over cu one thcRodStar line boats and the first thing I did on Limling nt Autwccp was tH go to the cabto office and send amessage ton mpthcr aiinounclhg my safe arrival I pbld the toll and thought tie more about It until 1 got home when among iry maLt I round a letter from the Ant werp operator addreMod Incare of niy mdther saying that through an error he had not charged me enough for my cablegram serjt on such and such a payThe4ind as his salary was very saiall and he lied a large family and all that sort of thing Ije felt sure I would rolmbrtrsq him The amount was a trifling one and I did send laiw aoreigu money order I have Sluce learned from cxpericucetX travelers that I had been made the Victim of a systematic formof robbery and that scarcely a cablegram is sent from the ptbtfV side unless it is ota business nature that is not followed by some such plea from the European operator Iloia the Fort In Octobfr 1SG1 Allatoona pass a defile in the mountains of Georgia was guarded hy General Corse with 1500 men It wjdaji strong strategic point and morcqver 1500 000 rations were stored there Freslch the southern general with COOOmciji attacked the garrison and grove the defenders Into a small fort on the crestot tbeliill The hattIe was fierce Thai northern fioldiers fell in such numbersthat fur titer fighting seempd folly But one of Corses ofllcers caught Light of a wh to signal flag fluttering In the breeze the top of the Kene saw mountiin across the valley 15 miles away The slgnh1 was answered and then camp the Inspiring message from mountain to mduntaiu Hold the fort I ain coining W T Shpr mant cheer qftert cheer wont up and though hopelessly reduced hi umhers they thaI hold the fort for hours until the advance guard of Shermans army came to their relief Six years lattr r P Bliss the evangelist heard the story In aliltd vivid detail from a sol dier frlcndi and then wrote tile worTh and rtmsjcof his famou hymn 1res byterjan Near tlip Popplnar Point- Mary aid her father you been Iteeplngi company wtth that Mitchell fellow for more than a year now Thla courtship must comq to n rerminatlqn 1011 father how can you talk sol He is oh so swecland nlcp- Ah And the loud father arched lila eyebrowa SVrcet and nice eh Has he proposed Well falhur not exaotly And tin girl hung her head and fingered the drapery of her dross He hasnt ex achy proposed but then last Qvenlng when we were out walking j passed by n nice lIttle houao anjli hJ salt Thats the lUaU of cottage Im going to j live In Rome day anti iI6atd Yes anil j then he glancLd at me and squeezed JJ lay hand Thpp Justus we got by Vglanc l buck at the Cottage and and j squeezed hia bailOh ah seefV said her father J Well well try him another week or II tyo London Answers I Qnnlnt nnnnJbnl nnmlln To the day of Ida death Hannibal Hamlin wits a figure that men would turn and look at a second time on the fitrepf His tall form which in ol age was butsHghtIy bent wan always clothed In the old fashioned black Bwallgwtail suit and he always wore a tall silk hat generally a briclt man ber tU9ted slightly back on his heed For years be was famous as a who never woVe ah plbrcoatr and to his death ho never Burdened himself with that to hjui unnecessary gar ment except on the most severely cold days Fcrz11iaIf century he never changed the syle of bis clothes He walSred wlthXnwIURing gait and had nanny fri6ae and acnualutanciS to jSvhom he lied ttb bow thata duiHqSjiixv ed to be ever Iii bis faceJ Both TrnJnecI Little ldltr had bwmvery hut was convalesce Waking ua middon ly and flndiirg a simt lsnlirat her bedside sheaiked Aci yotr the dot toil f Xo micart1PjIIled the tady Iw your tralmvttptRVrt 4 Ol xplaliticl Killth pointing tor ft5 ligVu tivc thpttrinlaw train tuuse let rile Introduce yt to L1L timrr- l AUruptiobt5 ItIbr4 vatlt tlich ai asli nor tar IsrtcktaiiJ lim vt t and saul iiav let attle puddles on a stretch of ftpppr Brcatiway An Jnegular string of pedest inns flung Itself past the gIn e igu rlig fur the most part the slight luc uiyeiifurico of stepping over the iniiifc tuEe ialfrs tint cue rniaji when Pb v R confronted will the sltua thou start id back with tfn exclalflatioir of vexjui jOj Tarn jpijisswl around the f oos f1 JSThat diap has agoraphobia sail due of ti o men jvln had noted the movameui line w ant asked the ob r Agora r hpWp Ijt mea s slartply an abhorvouc ofopcil spaces and It has a gfeet tiiai y rlcKms iprcluliBts In this Sort ncnroiwness say lt talieft subjectsImnytgrroEngr rftitt one rside of the street to tile otl cr whIte others have a dis inclination te go 5orc than a few blocks fr ih fheir home Semite i rezuJl to step acrobg a puddle of itmr like the man we just saw Qyrps dt eal descending Jute a well bcycjid a curtain dftpthi and still oth ers stfs vfcAr otett1nktfljlttu a PuIld evator A1t rule these lI1s ara jatutely InMlectuaJ so It Is nc mental ilsgrncti toTfta vlc tInt of jim4omnpliobli slA3jsiortune that is cpnfinpner tlij Sons supp weJ NCW Yorlv1 A Ccjlcfcrntcd Roman EaYeiv Touchlnc tfie rnattir of eating ilie Stories ts by the old chroniclers ind lilstoVlau of tlie abnormal appetite of curtain roman amid oriental men of note falrlv stagger Ibellcf Glbbptyiell of Soliina i a caliph in the eighth con tury wht died of Indigestion fn his camp near Chalcls in Syria justas he was alien to lead an army of Arab3 against C mstnntlnbple He had emi tied two briskets of eggs and figs whiclj he swallowed alternately ant tile cepas was finished wltji marrow and sugai In a pilgriifiage to Mecca the same caliph had eaten with Impu nity at a iingle meal 70 pomegranates a kid Cf ws and a huge quantity of the grapes of Tayefi Such a statement would defy belief wore not hers of a similar character well avon fhcrt Ix uis XI could 4iqrd Iytboast of an appetite as ravcuolis as Solimans butbe would oatat a sitting four plat if ills of different soups h aplmtt4tttftwogootl Ized slices of liam a dlslj of pasfry aiyl finish with fruit and sweet meats i Foiaillnb the 7InIiea of tlie bead OJd LoflI Fdrgliii the Scotch Judge died In 17 Dr Ck rk who attended this lordship to tbcljaHt calling on lila patient Jhl daj he died vns admitted by tlje jii Igvs old servaut and cleifk David Re d How does my lorddoi Inquired the doctors houp lus feel responded the old man wbpao voice anti inauucr at oncc explained hl meaiting With tears streaming down his face b Conducted Dr Clerk Into a room who p there weretwp dozen hot tIed of wit euaderaenth the table Other gntlemen presently arrived add hayirg partakpu of a glass or two of wine while they llntened to Davkli acccfuut of his masters last hours they alt rose to dopart No no gentldmun not so sn Id hit old factotuin It was the pspren Kd wish of the deccaswl that I should yeafou and mann fulfill the n111 b tin dcajl Dr CIcrk tifod to add wl on relating the story AndS Indeed he lid fulBIl the will o dead for efore the cud ot there vfiw na nne or us able to bite his alit thoomb Jnpltrr nniiyr n A very ignorant and wealthy woman who ras out of talking flwnt tier art gailprycoe flay met at theboait of tit acquaintance a lady who intO vnat called on her although they lived to tthe Hame own fcome f nd see m do Smut Mrs Bif the pntrot of nit atlme other iadyviy taking bti leave J Tliqnk you very juuch was tile ubneojnmittnl rVply Weve orn new picture too Tittlt ought to t inpt you to come if cant- slioullbe very glad Indeed to Sue it Such a lovely picture Somptlm4it eeems to n could look atit nfl dRy long What tile schjcjct of your picture Mrs Br Ifiqulfcti the hostesg JupUw and Tpnf whit therCpiy- It was Jupiter and lo 10 son In Fliifier NntlM j Biting lie nails is un fsceedlnuij dangprduf jjmptlce as lap tiller uetp kncnvs WBIO to stop and at nay rue mentis llibU to bfte lute the qntctlff and cause blood polpgnlug Even wl pu the iitnibj t cart Is ten of thetc th a polsono isseor Uon Is apt to follPct on them nd the utrauce of n minute portion of this Into the circulation may prun air vrtaiuly fatal us the pus on a eurgvon scalpel nia ciioicc Kind Lfljly Do you like flowers tie boy Little it yiPsr11 Kind Lidy am glad to hear ifftt Your love llowprslHiileattsa rednetl natnro ht kind of tievuretlo you like most J I Little loy Dolled cabbageOliIo State Joni The bIg rot pumps ever used worej matte to lump out Lake llanrlem hp Hollnnd They ramified 40 Win dally for i years Wiinn fimc people east their hread upon flo vat era they expect It to re luru sphiid with putter and jam Chicago Npim Not iral ITIsaiIvaufns Taklug into cpUKlderntlon the things Sharp lino had to4 contend against li thluk bfe ttec ass as a lawyer has been narkaiit SIWily lint ill he ever have to cdnI tcndajrsli ri5 rkk TIe eame of a wealtii family iiaiit have to work hi a studiptbytodrjvc a lray never walked six luilqs to school hd Avitaht compelled to bOtI his ka He land every possiflu- fi1Zi1ity aid yetbejrndunetell ron the very St ijCliJcago Tribune EYI Lntton of the AnpHe Apulp n vlKir In the veouoruyot tjjie worlds uUahd tein At thjh rftij njig ojttli last cuntury few vi rlytK s 4re lain tb and ta ctt lnek hlttory to time w4 n nilCsII wsfe Utile s0iii auil pnpkoryTrcnib ifiiiij1 and iwhji eis The pfib ppfc wtu nail la in Ua vildncss nothing biitsu rcwolufsii A why at4k uitime the wlid if f viiii ts pjjitty blosBoms tbntturn to littlp re f tialU apie flavored pot the tiK iu crab laui the sam rand It45 t I H Evcr siara Cat npcrtocC of m 1rnses Vc3 Very rrcgolar antI I bp9backbcmiag down pains in tho aMomfcn Dnriflgr tile past moriUy I hare Woo taklctjiiaflf Csrdu nod Thodfords Tpodcdtholnoflthl3lnyer Wtel is fevortit to a wcrnan sufler ino Jllka ffanniq Devis siiifcredl 4hcro are wdnien thousands of homes todaywlo arc bcarfnghQSo lerrPdo nrtri t nffnc tJlnnw vntt aro coo the wna Jsihat this sane 1OFwll bring jca pcrsiSacnl relict Con 1otrrcr vipi li Inowlcdge ih t womcn have been completely p of Cardof Tifeso worn en T sifir Jrom oea Irregular cicijp5f jhaeda he backgpho and filMnnt rfnun pain Wrno of VTI win atop af thcsa aches and painstfor yw Purcbjsp a 100 bottlo oftWino lardujlqtisy end tako id the prita y of yoar hoinev Soradvtn tilteii MdrusgtvIigsyap IJparasCAnCattaiaou1aa SONG OF LOy S pMINQ f Ics ties xiftti tCcat fcct Oct the nIt al drcanft WIth it lit crtwnad V lte am a raorJ thSI icas rnts with a red rose To kcre tb elerper V And oa tbo tett daisd row down Trey oath Ub iiif fruKpf tad tIir iWI iIhi They uptia INd be tVk53 Mid looks latotoirAfljl Ucj JPt4r Wit Inled Hjr snjoisltTurn IrcMcr tilt lire can pik ctese tWSj i Uc fr rr mow HUf rietp rs e itsrcr iliaj j with crowntd WftU8 SJla1 Oaztte THE wu ywrDbw Alia the VIuHsljner of Suitors KHcB- ana CIits 4 Tire wldiJw is a resident of BrovWyn Irwo ot freiids ar ctgckbroimers in at aet and iohlow li4 macinS hers but tSey had never apoiien of her to tach oth ir And tho widow was wary While tier mindAvas undcddocl she oncour aged both md arranged that they caP on dlfTeren occkrfous Eat one evening uaforti inatdy the two aulters njet and the si iwtloO became embarrass lag Giles who hjad eitteied first be lieved he ad the rtjiltt of posaetalou Nilos w as of opinion that the pnrller caller abou take his leave first There fore both t fried At leilgtl as the hour was growing lute Nibs sngstested that they depart together a j discuw a matter of in tbie t t0 tlelr clab Utherhoajeward way Giles unable to Jfca hronl es cu tTogctwrt giittr itac fd the ferry for Manhattan borough At thIs i acturo fnes sc swhat un Uflceyariljvit appeared to Gll jgbcfs- caaie imlIaI eel fiit cttitrCTerry with ftuu wilD IatI Jifetltd hliji but tie op1 porttmity s med l licQveii Bent to qiks and tie ayliepoint of as lIpg h crjtcal fl5toii and Iwlng a ma cf restriction Iw detcratln ed not to ri k zinc hours tk1ey If tOhIteti t imonejt a qigai torc nrrmmueii imerhithe Arlvag mtthe apartment house ho was luffrn cd tie fcRboy tbnt the elevator kn l just yecu uj fcr the last1 tluiev So ear the object of hi udora this befft trivial hicon Ycnicnfafe ithdr like the mtfcat Vr J Bcranger ligiUlr he vaulted up four j IlieThere sat Xiles Oairper Magazines j Proli an Kot Overtyrotvdctl j Iheve demirili of tbomouglijy tralaf Wihen In all prfeitioax The more aicttng thbt conditions greeter need Th tlioroiifilily triiiivd man iIuvIRbIy1 lUst be a coJlese man Tlie linivoraltlet are every effort to train raen king icttt llue for dofi iillto eOUlw cy in urtbiHJ Tile old Idea of co lgo bdneatlyii is genera culture la p isslng iiwuy The uujvprslr ty takes men p they are an4 make ino f out of what ttey coa doLman today In Ajiierica lIs foolish to hi ecif aside when better m ans are at lilftnd It tft QfluaJly fooILsb lo choose a cIr taught man nVnfRiust other men lbforcetiges Formerly a man of an pspcutivo turn a leader in business or poHtis foundi Id a collcgt education little thjit conk helpl hiiu Now he finds evQrythiflg In Hfefu re the college men will be the iiataral leader In Jndustrlal and Political niT irs TEar reacon la that the men born t lend cannot afford tojstay ut of colIc e SncceM TI cTlcndlnc Care Reading aloud Is r coinmendeiJby nihectedrecommendi thou Is made because In all eases of Ji ig trouble It Is Important for frrLrer to Indulge cxercisoJ b3andtreugthenh K to thojhjdat t1irogs and njuficlcs of he cbcif Iteatliug lpiimi PflCtIced b all amid Id n1iin1iiftve at t cart be np hotit leader and mciif ia U is kentnimi Is recoin emided tbtmitan oy l se o r modlctne be arofdedr that thg reading lo dellbern e witliout being allowed ijtfi drag llH t the enunciatIon bo clear body be h hl iuiu fiJwy ttnstrain oJ upriKlit position so that the chest will liave free play and that the brtut ahil i1 rs ootp as L if it at T suit ituii Gold cold loses 1 per cent of Its weight In 50 years Oliver the samfr amount IttiO years 5aJ I A WHEREOVER tOQ QFTHE COUNTRYS EAPLV LEGISLATORS SLEEP Curtal fitted In Khburlm pt VnnlitiiCj ton That Were Set Ajmrt Vor the Free Xntiermfcnt ot- Ccncrcuimcn DylnsS Avrny1 From Home On the eastern outskirts of Washing tou vihjDrctheclty stragglng over tho conuuoiis auU vacantsquares Unite at the edO or the marshes of the Ann c omitia nive tnnds the old Pmimoa sioiial cemetery with Us elgbtscore cenotaphs memorials of departecl statesmen Years ago the tide of pop ulntlon surged westward aplj north wardjoverijunuuisHtue salubrious high lands of those seitionS and establish Ingt Us bural grounds lu the new re g lens JButi this little city of tbe dead was lef aline In thedcsorted luarter with the mil the almhouse and the rkbausctfotflc1ghbOrS In it arc ICO fceuolaphs to dead con gressmen stretching la monotonous ows through the cemetery nil of them with fwo exceptions of a uniform shape and size and erected at govern ment expense to the memory of the governments doM representatives Jjomc of the stone mark the actvmt ilttiryins place of the defunct stafes mftu but others like those commam oratlveof Henry Clay John quincy Adams Thnddcus Stevens and others merely s and in houQr of those ills tingjulahed njes IKnce 1870 the prime ice of crcetffig ceifotaphs begun hi 1700 tins been abaufloUed When the comlitely was established lIn 1808 Its projector thpughtit would be a successful idea to secure the Inter meat in the new ceihetcry ofCongress meif who passed away while serving their country in tlAl then malarial elI mate of Washlugtorf and that it would give this luorfuurk site distinction above ordinary burying grounds So400 burial sites wore set apart foY the free tutcrnioiit 9 congressmen dy ltrig away from home anti the place wits unLace the Congressional cemetery In hole days It has impossible to ttransport n body lot distances with out great expense arid trouble and the puruhushig of burial lots was expeu Klvo tbeprlvil4ge thus extended uwnp fcaiUly acecjitjed The funerals rwtecSaKlu ted sit Iaipoaing tlireuio jjie iiJULe departed salons were RitB it1Ot IOtfli and circumstance he mucos specially allotted and set lupiutTcrthem IHetitodit ct thmmisporthton liuirov ed unwover with the yours anil the fainllo3 of thee decoaaed found oppor tusJtylo take the bodied home for tti1ttit time practice fell lute disuse uitfmatuiy a law was enacted pro vKllng thata ceiibtaph should bo erect ed in the cemetery to everycongrecs man wbo dleil in the harness and for a number of years this custOm wren fol llowedsotbat of the monuments merely stand in liifemdry of time con gre raeif without actually marking the j burial sites n v T Ju IStO a law Aviis enacted providing that cenataphshonld lu erected un less Interaseiit was made tliOemuO tcry aud tkcrt5 has nut been n burial of a eiartssmaii lathe plot since that year The flcaptaphB are plain blocks ol innsoury covered with cement to with siand ravages cf tht WtrccnfBi Efidi 13 inscribed with tile uaiue of the dead tuna time statci hcrepr eonrn In tljj lioufiecr senate laid the ito ofnla death SoniC of the JnrcvrptioniB are now Illegible but ihc toPicaL one do ciphcrabfe is nit a CtOt1hPi lIt memory of Aadreiv P ncttcjrsl seR3tif from the stat kif South Carollria Who filed iii 173Gi Ai stated all tin cftiiotaplts arcfuarorm itize mid shnpe except Intrb instances Oteis tynarWe mou umont to Elbrtdge CioiTy let Maanchu asottS at oae lime Vice pjsldeHt cf the JJyltMl Ptatos and fiipKniSvia Hcvojii HoUary history It la atpjfamid shaped pile cf luttrblo about twice ttic helglit of tae oUter cenotaplis nrnioifntol iiyS fu urn cotxtnjiirug a r i rereBtatlt ii cf an uu lyii flame Tnecthcr isn moa UKient to Georso Cintoj of New Ygrk also vice iirtwklpnt of lIme TJjjitvtl States and active in thd waV of iSlfi ArM 3j5 tOt cenotaphs is oiieto Pitch TnatuUin a Choctg w chlef jnrho the InsVTiption atAtcs dlW of rrcMplu 1Hef aItjpth year ctiI iie tizili visiting Washingtoii ki ia4 Kentath this ta RTlpt w is ifie sfcitouicuV liut tho rod eliMftnin lu his last tir iflt desired the big guns to lbe Rrwl dvor him He lied time wilat fce ilCitirted governIto honor time departetl congreesmon with n cenoinph fpittlie IKOTjnomorials probably did not CQ8tai limeh ashalf aidozen modern funerals oCdqfuuct statesmen Congressional fna rUi now are elaborate aGTnlro There must bo n junket with every cprcciDUy Thp body is transiiorhs to home of the decvrtsocl In a p icial car urcompnulcd by one or two l iiUnim coutniaiug n umore or less sor1otlug eongrtssioua1 escort wllj a ftclj stocked cbhunis pary of eouri Thero carriages must flowers mind mourning and a di gi play of whlfoashesqnite Imposing Then come day sjWhil services are hold In the house anti senate rutd the family of the decoiiscd la pv Sent to hear lilac eulogized and endowed with more virtues than CrvJr they dreamed in his lifetime that he possessed The eubgies are aftenvtjrd printed in mo rocco covered volumes nut distributed among the friends and constituents after which congrca deeming that It has performed Its duty dries its eyes ntid proceeds again tp buslncaa Wash Itigtibu Letter in LosjAngelcs Times Too Tae S1iOQWiifltl volitsist t id purpose tf aiding u to keep up with the knowledge of tljose who have never attended them Boffon Tsanscrlpt NOT WORTH TWO PASSES So the Unilrontl Man fought tlto rIg o Santyco Uliunclf Woman In an dwergoney lit rcjsoarce ful to a degree that would aBtouhd Bouie men as a freight agent of one of the railroads that enter St LiuIs found Sfeu have long lain awake nighta thinking of ft sliemc tpbeat a railroad This ItUe woman didnt quite succeed but 6Iie would have done so had agent gone buck on Iflsf word T4io family had decided th move to a AvesUEUjjCity Tli lady called otf4 theajfeiit to see lion t lioeitjs wcreo4 t be slia1J He tdtl hw she could ship ftho nr onltag o regular mates eJssc barter car lie Xplfttiptl that the it ti4 be chefti cr if Mw hail it th dt to Nt tI 4eti 5tLs5fli s55 tore it In lint ear Xetphlt hertihtshec iiid- uot anti its nt1ti6 eticted siici asiied why lie cotnclui make her Xiiuieivtaad Uot whvi tud whctf sL k Poweii1 progresivL 0 Ky 1O ISOU11R MUTUAE Invesunnt Conpun LxInt IEeonbmvI G11McELROY AENT 24ifl1dKy AndPiteatons Sirtys Drivingil Wagons anu other vehes we now have oii liaiidaii4ther mOre c niii Coiiie58 flt neggyPiices FOIL EARiY PLOWING ouwi11 ne4di good plow There OT1STE1CuLLEDi We also keep the geiVuine riirii ph3OASHfoi THOMPSON SPRlltt1 FIELDKY TTaE AMERICAN INVESTMNf OOAN 2cnRESERVAMOUNT PAID iCOUPpNp HQLDEvi 2OM- drss aU corrsfionence to r OiEOFFIcY1 t LEXINGTON KY I GOOD TERMS TO Fl Sr CLASS AGENTS Si asked him JC company norei let anybody gIi along witli thogcods he iald that they did with tpck If yon were sImipliilg live stock thIi tending we Vto uld flo it ryou havent n cOwer Uorse o plsai d there woiiltl bo no use jseutli g niy on6 along She appeared la see th j JWlat this ttaie au went away A flpy or two later mite cauje arounOf agr lu and asked for liasse forijie two Coj 3 jWhy mndani said time ag ht cant lame any pdsses Yotf iiaV ns iuihive ttcck Yes I have xM belittle s rpcjian Ive boujjut a pg u Then tian agent cas Is 1op1ml aia llcsnkl he cculdhtt gl ve passes Atierc the fare aijouutoih to about S bi ece for two l oys for Vtloiloly Kittle p gi She rJaiiJideil him of what hQ bail ft land told hiss tlaatsbe iintkiaId22 ot tir pS for tJjat iiito6e andha oi gfit ta be as stmd aa hls wottt Like Vait j road agents hfcijtrlcuv to get Out ofithe J trouble smoothly but duly xjiIcS after he had purchased the i giorjf i50 on advntice tlftvo bits oui tie cost St Louis GJobciDcniCcrat HQUSEHOUD Hiwm r If brobins are hung in the cell inyay they wilt keep soft pliant t iLanxp wicks shoiildievcr Le longer than wilL reach totb bottom oftlhe oil well df lamp If h piece of callcq Is pastel over holes and cracks irilhister thcpinay be whitewashed qr papered o 7 r and jAddj wJhvS hIch the floor crubb it will taHenway the close smellI andl make tiieroom deUghtfqllfriSsl Excellent lauip wlclis moyifcc made of memzssoft felt hats by ujttlu them into strips the width required letting theiq soaU two hotirs In vfijeg ir and jd iisJbein A bca Bhouid never be mate tinder two hours tr ni the time it ha ilfeen slept in should be aired thoriughly aud beato until ItIs light Often all the bedroom windows and let th fresh air and sunlight Into the room ft you have handsouie vases m tbe mantclpiocc or on top of the boi tease cOtThIch will weight tlieih so the jvlU4 9yflhnamient LttiathndsoTuiaeuccr ElcTator i So common are passenger eta motors now and jso nbsolutftly necessary In hc tall office bulkliugs taaJTlhff hist ry of the first one has been almost for 6t en and yet it created a scpsatioU Ihlts day This elevator was placed a tina Fifth Avenue hotel in jfew York wAeii Ijit was built and as the first pasi engor clevaftr in wotW it was n dr iVlrtg card asone of the shjbts of New gfrlj A final jplate sultfcUy lQscrfb d In fortns visitors to tho51Hh Avon ic ho t9jl ovatow ro ny oFUflt faclv a 8cVew iCh vatoV the tarrlage both c raJfibd tlrlower l by rcvolutl ma of aibigvscrevri tfoniparpfl with tile swift i uiovlng elt vjitorvof fotlay which ShpSt rfp rirjj down icpWly mimi sm oHjlyf this was a very croUa nualr XL nyi qf Jew torkV prjwate hotjscs arc nbTf eqUtfitJ WWI eVntOrs a0 us the tfnircf 0pOratestb- pusbing a h ijt p These arc rtrr t nJl atatomasUe i The La4trval of rmltArt t 51f uiun- v7tiw are a profession tIwjjf garcrcmutyouV i sir ihsu a ptGfescion When J gits Imnryt then gits beCbic5goperaId l Jll KOdOI Dyspepsia Cur Digest whit y qeit lhJspmepratIo eotMaa all cit tb dlgestaiits and digest all Ifi oP food JglvesInsthuItrelic fails to cOre 1ti1IIawytbn tsil the fXJdypu want Fire luostsw illy 8tbtoacTic take It By Its use many thousands of fiyRpeptlca have bees cured af tereverjUiInk pis iallei MIt prevcntsforacitioncfgaSmn lie sto relievIng itil diatress fter eatlis- DlctInguon sttitry Plcarztnttht- akcItcawth 14p ycu OL pThu4 CO PEAS SOJA BANS abStfamand soI Ipivl 0therseasooabless pu 1 are Ssg Corn MiRdle V Sargkiu or cm ness Csi sc5wct W carrydiLirtBs IctMit I4cjs t W aMFewerIi oJ CATALOO niatioaieboixt all crete aadtt aaestiohisppsrSendusa1ktotheReadayosa iittf well qaMe luw pdceL LothvUEhIUETucK IITNEWWTEL coNt IPais UNtIt oe eongbc cM i5k Bcs Pu iRskstera are na iMOMfwnfalr b Uw lay thaa 0th5Xfl51 TI efr aedicirI poslfies enee h mdffQtkciffbt to the a efMEsAL They evo Mxl CVM otdWthsatI-ho etaeb iae e FeMQScPa4i-cbigt dcc rI ul to e at obco IK sorkHW iM h lM uil fcp ifIeltInwdieteIy beeoegeeticisaths eou3h abates and the beitthInjimpos Lang or bronckial ctiomg ci diso aie caved wits the l at Imimnevpeior to Dellaclonna B4eimgts siaeeeanyoilmr cbimioim iap Ioe They 1s P tS 5zta1lisiments en4 lv 364i3PlMtertYe 5seetI ftfVw- rdj o sa- layicise a1 4rv 5JPT5IthItObSGOUAtroyIioeboSdwii1P ociD any bet oeisnd is reeeio6ceech AsrLio fcJMBy J t Mfy SciiKw1iSrt fotrad thU riuiIiaceased by orii acHt SabJIThlspo1 eh4ul 11ec u siii bj- kueya Folysklycr Wood Wsitt P Ies Kidney Curb 1c S TIT TiLI1fwI r 1 IDENTISTIJ I 1ETH EXTRACTED i IiTHOU 1 PJijII 0r0HS EtockrUp stall 1i SRINGIh11LD WI- 1l Perta1 Work Strict1 Y Flrstclassyc IIlI1 j 1ioREF1j Tirf f rrEUAnT fl1LD1j ynntIy1OcatCtL i gpI1GEIELD KY = DRoJ HLAMRTQN- 3 C t L FIcELt f IaOpc II Jk l 1 DD1 11 J QVOJTf 4 t i J t piUHQFflLD KY- i I VOiiFICLEDr iRinehafts for 1ft 1m ies ver Peoples DepositI Bnk lKce hours 12 to 2 p m I ftf XVrdfi GRIGSBYI AT110RNEVATLAW Otce over POOlJleaDl1nk lti VSPRtNOFJELD ICy J H HARMON J lrtianr antf BKcjsffl Ij f rrr s iBjjgjty repairing a specialty Aljiworik promptly done ShOp i 4YoVDitDr Street near PonUrj Bue and Planing Mill and t103et Maii1street1j i ae1d kt7 ptJohuiuT ectfun fuliclteJ i am sre t jata1- Jlroh will bo sais cwitti Svorir and prices 7 I a tiaCff Grlss feeifiess SPRiI9igoI L 4Er1ltand rnn1nental Tre s Shru- 1RosesSrnafll Frcit ABparagua Rbu liarb and eveftbin fdr Urohard 5 Lwnnd tclen ihccrglit1a payirn agents bnbsesll direct to plantOTs general iNnrflgiy and 1WpecHl luatJoqto Wrewbet catalg11 on ap tlF H1LEENB3EVER pfls7Q 1f nOWOPEN i i L cTJi iIi bnrg RolerJ 4111s It WiiiisburgKyi i i jts nowitunnvng and we SOl t4icittp the llatfpnageoft pUk1t f t rj Best 4r and Meall Gram taKen inexchange for four qfraealr i opay cash for glm V 1otf f will be N waited on at the millljy the verefficieiLMiller Wm Sutherland better known t QSci sty JOHN C BURNS Prop J ri1It tii l7 Jtt Ifnbto1d privtelY befpFepyills4Ut6theI highest bidder at the Court trlouse door in Springfield Ky my- V 10 0roornV dwellingr housesand two lots oil August 3d at 2 6cloejclls Prpfif urther formation eat IBa lfjtfl MANSFIELD T y NO1GIV1 4tVi sfl9ON oIic1UiT- QURT 1Sv F rkassIsnooof J A anlford vT5 J j Al lianktorclci v l Vfee crediior s of J A L anl f fdi are fone ttp prove and fle tjheir claims before mo at mvi IOfflCi3fli Springneld on or before l 1001jSIMMS 1I1LV T tf MG wac Situtlotis 5cured graduatct or Write at oRCefotCata1ogUettttJpcciaIuffetI c fM UYcouogsLV TE lbU5G3 i jISJIUSDYS JWt Ila Mcksewfl1e Ft KOdJ DJjPlqetts what youHt MA i f 110 fI fiffifiEiiiiEif 1 ABOUT TOWN Ii 4iJ 33i i 3 a 3 3 3 3 S VVVVi For scliool l sapplies ki to- rOQd Wknas J i11Y Dh HessStocknc Ppu tr to dVfor salb by Woqd Wimsatt It f Auctioneer Sam Campbell re ports a good crowd at the sale of Squire Pjniston neariCord well last woelr end tHatipric were high Stock bogs sold a high as sevencentsV f FV AskVpr ffrdcerfor Wood Wimlatts flaring extraqts The sor aYms aDd sickness iresuUng from Vacciufition iis almbstas bad about wz as a smallpox epademic wouli br 1VSe1S f and there are any number of Va ins being ciirried in a slit S t4b1etb1k i 19 vood V1msat t Jv DFrEylej Prekiding JBlder of the Waxahachie Ittstrrcb AtM B churcji of Ennis rexas will deliver a lecture at t ie A ME zion church this pi ice on 9t Saurday night bjeeu The Signs of hl liT Imf13 aiia ttfe Needs of the Admission 10 CentS V4VV Negrorace The latenti thing and tablets ot VffnliA li tVJrJrnltc In the irfmilv of Swppnev Brown a colored Icitizfen whose rhl rae ts about one ratio from iMaikivJHe there are three jcases PrVncss suposedV 0 b smallpox ThS douse hi ben quaratiUn arand hd apprehe nsfrn is bldoffurther jsprekd of the disease The malady was con1 tracted in Mercer 3ointV Jftchiee oils Olttl kinds at YQd Winttt Mr aud Mrsy A VpVMCIEIOs had quite a n rrcCw eseapeIfo J a Ughtrnng troh dUr1 g 8 t rUJlasweek Vhle o- nttrvayi loDadvllleard ab thrEswiles from SpringfeldoIllargeoak tree en the sidA df road and only aCe N fee from tbemwa struck and badlv h ta lf abot flgb iing- Mr and Mrs McElroy were both sbo kdIbut forluiatelj1 j4ferd tn erksrosUJ Y Bijy your PauS eenftQm XttQ Wim5att flMr WHlihra P CheRt m V1flsburg tTo IxenQr r thdI rnpcanedliogahlVtVV ma k Linpr raaoiiine VS in iownS atur day The patent Avers g antccf Gbeatham about tboflri t ofI rJine A ketCh and nsolel of the mvectiott Cllp6elJ in tIe issfe of J note 4 of the thatat- iGajVtO issued by the I tent oflico at Washingtpn E stern cojppanefl kaemthq sijrae rOlfgtld crtbOrgbt 3 put the ittvention on tVemifiijket v Arotber flglirua ixjhicb fci31iid for a Vest of itljoliBclency of telocal five diitet oc Lirr8dV on ju day afternoon Smokfi was seen 3suinE front tire side of the bui dlrigfprraerly occupied by lattiijgly Siinms harness shop ajittave iherool cube shack o6upiwdljby Alex das restaurwt Tl4 hosel reel was quickly on tljie OCt ne and as soon as the bliiie cc uld be lOQatedv a streathcfvaur was Burned dn The lira ha tcwptI into the buiidug between the ceiling and the floor otilE second story and hadit noji been promptly attended to veoulfl soon have endan ged the entire jblocji A stream frpin th fiV hose however sootfknocked itVVcutV VV LETTEiR LIST rhList of letters Temainicte un cat1ed for ntbe Springfiejh Ki LPbstoffice for the week ending jufy 13 190U lM Sj Cora Covios4 Mrs Bal eGalley V Miss Nannette HoseVton 4- Mt Gua HudsonVRichard McBlrof f7 4iMr Charlie McG5tle tfrsAnmt ObGrzIj ii ir Ben SellrMr James TtOrntVVV f Fred VVhitiman The Oleory 3ome hen callifagf6r these letterSj please sy AldverUsed 1 VA1lTlER P M 6EdoI Thank 1 desire to thank thai gooctI1 peottle of Springheld foi tberr1 Icindtfess to me and mypmilV and tfce iluti1assIsttn4e lhi y rVfEf1dE2E4 i th tmfof1tJgof art tofcf Jfffie2tfHy I J ft A f6 1 iVV Abl OVER iiThe SrrbIPoxScarc Should End NpNcypaaci Developed1 Therizowi clearly liLt l cause Iol alarm over tho swaBI pax sitUiati n at this place ope dasja Svhich developed has been stricily quarantined and lywelJs dSlltine campt for nearly the limit 21 d8jsjUV and no syfuplH ot the diseasvQiave appeared and it is the opinjo of the phy isiciaus that there is hardly a possibility the disease break fmg out gaio Clio ftuarantine will be raised on those who have i l vmleIsranllpqx patieritts well ands l would We released but it is thought beutot keep him and tiisTbrottltr Louis together until the danger period iis past with bo h BJelow we publish a state ment rejgarding the situation from Drj Smock of the Board of Ie ILbjV1ftShOUld oilence all false and alarming repoits DR SMOtKS STATEMENT Tho small pox epe emic seems to be at an end in SprmgfieldI there having been ho new dt yelppmeLis Thomain who was first take a has made a complete rt co very and would be released but for the fact of his brother tiavipff teen with him since his confine pjnt in qiiaiantme and t here beTgr a pjssiuility of tilEiicI brOther beibg infected TJie five families who have been iiuarantii fdon Pi Hords place wi I Lanud backjntoi town lL fi at ofjiiest week as the tmp 21 dayswhieh is tbe limit of cpiaranijcn will be out at thatll t VAll suspects have fbeaa vac linated and Mil are con 8idered but of dahger SJ SMOGIC Pto5 VpoBo3rdof HealthV Republican Conventioni Tho bptililionn committee of Washington CajKriIielda meeting itt SpringfleW on tbo 24th day of JIEO rlOOli J b tVhartoh Chairman anJ Thoa J Millet tamporaryBecretary and fievoji lhej memberrt being 3re38ntadopted the fbilowiug reaolu tions 1st Tfaafc there shall bo a pcimnry mebtinft o r convention jIn each pro cinctofVashngton county ontbo 3rd day or Adgust JOOl for tho purpose of selecting delegates to County ConvouUqn to bo held at Spring ehl 1901iboheld at414o voting place of each andl every pn cinct on the date above stated y i2di That ouch precinct shall baVe one vote in the county convention for every Ufty Republican votes and f1alt cast for Governor att the 10nOte1i25 election 5d to the Committed that there waS no chaliman or secre tary legally ejected or chosen at tbo djstrict antion at politi in this county oi th 18th of May IDOland as tberei ouJd be no one to legally certify tto hime of tho suppcsod nominee tije clerk of county for tho purpose of placing the name on the ballot at tie comIng olection Wo there fore declii re aid convention at rout null and voidi and having no bjnding- effect on unyone Vo theieforo rc- ornnend4nd direct unanimously a11 there bo Ia primary from house int 10 Brush Groveand Moores ville district for thcr nomination for MagStrate and Constable if theno b e a contest Xii the 25th 26th and 27th day of July 191 The candidates for nnj position iA SilicI district have a right select two good rcVmo mon in toI district fcanvass d take the an send heir names to J L Wharton cb rroarijor E S Marcs Secretary of tbp Republican Co Committee on or beforo July 10lool and from said names selected by each candidate tb county committee will select one to represent each candidate la said canvass and said committee will select the 3d mm if two cdndidateo or the odd man f mOre than two candidates Sfrcr for any ofllco Each and every uandMatel Who enters a race In sad district will have to pay his pro rata of the cot of taking tho vote and ccr tifying the same to tho proper authorl ties jIVu2t1tTONfChme T J 1Ltrinn1cLy f jP0IJN VThei Nmrod flen rens court was held ijere Saturday It required ibe entire Idaytp disposeof tIle dgcketV there beng a numberolf juryt c beslto be triedVIn the cases of ililoy ys Shirley judg ment for plaintiff Wukerson vs HallV judgment for plaintiff Snvder vs Koightloy continued Ist defendants stInnll of 1thesachses IV Grigsy ap piared1orplaini t ff Valkcrs Toliicg 1 1ab t Katpicfe jup tnt vital fordfiaz ll in his run down state znjl bidds hint to hedjt and strength by rcduperatiiig thC Brajrt regnUting the action of the Jlcart and nouri hins the jstrVOfa sytern 1ECNALi- hC W Hagan wont to toniyi yesterdryt Georgj Colvfn of Ltuuvlle wal- heb Weh1nsday Mr Ja oied Hughes of Nelson connty wasberc f sthyV ndS1eat fiarda ovyn last weekV Mr VL Keeling of the Rbvehup Service s1zerd thia w6ck ptVMrseveral ays here last wcek dJohn Thompson of the Revenue Service was here Tuesday night Mr PI nk Wall and family bf Lou ieville a 0 viBJting relatives at this placeV S11ran Mrs Arch Hays of Louis vile are vifliting relatlveq in1L1 Ie countyV i ir J B OaseU of Harriman V Tenn i hero ehankinj hands with old friends J Misa nnio Neikirk will entertain this evening in honor of her gues Misses N Ui and Newbolt A tbur Vnnceof Cleveland Ohio vrB here last WOPkVto visitMB motherMrs I L Janes tMr and Mrs John F GrQene as children are visiting relatives Lincoln ountythis wecirV Mrs A drew Cnnningham dJlr UfcfilrbV have gone tb Cab Orchard Springs for a visit llardstownIrepresenting the American Book Company was here Monday eveV LJ Miss ura McChord rpturnad last week frtm Chioago wherashe has been for several months taking aj course in musicV MisaBtssiaNall of Owonsboro and Miss Maud No bolt of BraUford3vllfe arp Bper aiog the weekl with Misa IAtinie NeikirU near town clier It i to get well than getttV rcd DcWitts Litte Ear1y Riser s tikea fiow and then will always tkeep your bov els fu perfect rderht iiever grii ie but promote an cdsy geil tie action Haydon Robertson 1 G OdjOrnafl Gone yv BJito Evs LEADER In the ft sf i M otjf your paper notided lt e oht ttryof Mrs Nancy Gregory whom 1 supposed to bi Mr Nancy George Litsey Garvey an old friend pt mine Ir the yeur 1815 rt was my priviiaoV iq visit for the first inie Kentucky A Wealth of new thoughts new acquaintance new ft undsbips and new rolL lio shirs entered into my yoiidg life Kentjicky was to ina a veritable land of interest and wonder Nothing charmed me ruore t lati the politeness act- hdpiLz d tyofthe inhabitants t ytrauge S t Among these learned to loycitud admire wa Miss Nt ncy George Litsey then aVoupj lady ot fine ability indulged by father and mother she was an honored guast in everyI irco ivhich she onlerev Tn 1848 1 cama a second time to ICeniuc y and engaged to teach near tWtckville and when Miss LitWy Miderslood the situation that I hId about fifty pupils andl no help without cOmpensation aside tow Ute happiness ofr don gOd and helping a friend he vi lunteered5 to assist in teBdtiinjj this schooland thus initiated herself into the pfo fession for a short time But her qu Llities for dome tp life were to apparent ta permit her long to renaiin a teacher She married went to Texas jandro maleduutil de thclaimedhe companion Tnen sUe turn her eye toward the land of her birth and came with her four childrerito her own home nar Mackville where she bravely settled jlo rear her children and make t home for herself and friends And during all thOic tervebhg years ho has strflga tglediIit depondenllvi 1v labored for the uplift of humani i ty She was always ready to Lireachwhom s 30 knew MISV Garvey revered G oil honored His institutions brightt ened friendship and exemplifled d Solomo tsdescrjp on ofatgood woman when ho said She seeketti wool and flal x and mark eth willingly with her hands She peneth hot mouth with wisdom and inhsr toungue was tbelaw of kindness Isympathize with her clrldren J1lnitv10 whose i ride was far aboyorubies MRS C H VAVTER Grallandet Rural Ri uteS Marion Co lad GrapnyMofctfeofOoojloU K an tttuclcyi 80 jjarBtOliIi says tWit ir Bells PjnaT Hffcnsy is the best Grrp nuN c7bughb ttgaiTdDponhiar0nedv tin lies boor ollbrod to Iho people dttvinif her moti lf6 qliloverv hero ITho reatect healer of times is Qanner alve forcnts woun Ii IBoresspieoand nill skin diseases l tWuod JTT IN RUINS 7 1lefejWfield flpfiV V The Fstbric eld Springfield Hotel bi idipgvhiQh Oas served us the p incip hosUery of the toVn f r many years is cow rass of rums as a result of an early NC ruitgVVfire las tiTl rsvn a short i otice of which appear d III our Ian issue Tim fire was1 fir4 noticed t shortly after On OclOI1i t iik morning It had oIbroken oat in one or the rear rooms of the secOnd storyand had gained cboHclerabJei headway wlien discivorcd Ttw town warsdOQ Alarmed and tL11 IUR fire fighters wierb oh iHtie SccmV Tile new fcosewngon WiI vse era hu tKlr d feet o hose att8abdevelYtbingWla shorLvo1kof fhejblSzel which by tillS timis had giined consider verytbinOlIn7a8 tfady except the wuler There liad besir au electricall e storm eiilier inthp night that Ind dls toled tile machinery t rbo rpetiiht there w uld be a firo in town they tho Jght to tale advantage of the idll time and seek a heeded epose Th y Wfqt to Led and hen the fire broke out tho rpui5ips wore stiU and no steam pA tiro was sdop kindled however and when the stearns 4Id fctirt f ronV the hbsa nozzles fbtyVdid good work Fira OIl if iolin Moore and a lot oE gOod volunteers did riob e orkin pr6vbntfp g thes spreadI of the Iftnekand willing hands rushed u andsaved the bggest part bfihe furniture from tho various 001hz Sonia t f theguestst of the hptel r were aroused from their slum beisohiy just in tune tto escape iii scanty attire George L Crntdhei a traveling man from New Yoi If escaped in isniAht shirt only jslla1l0rbis clotlie a nd and a gold wa ch flub r 0 aybrookt ostiall of hisjr simples of clothing amouritipg to some 1200 iu value Mr James B Jthanan George Miller Joo Bro Irs traveling salesmen b sides ther guests had narrow escapes and several lost clothing and other articles VLpiUand corot nts was 6000 and the msuriuc adjuster is here now MrjOf ertheproprietorI- S When lieU about rebuilding Mr Clfaveir si ll thatha had not paadi up Ivstnicd tfnd would notdetl reline what to do uutil ke hid setttedstib the IISUr- Vu10con parties It iis understood that inereis a rapqsit oa fromVMi Johri JR barber ho nits had plans underway to juild another hotel on the lot opposite to buy Mr Cleaver out and erect a new and modern hotel onlhEf old sight Mr Cleaver has also thought jf rebruiUlin in case he dries not sell so in any event thet chances are tfiat there will be built in the Very wer future an up lto dale hotel that will he a creditto thetownV rCSTORlAdFor Infants and Children The Kind You HavfiAhVays Boughtt r IJPlE muVf vrom arrsxular Correspondent LItrWednesday eVeninfr Groat damage was done the crops Iroadsfarm lads In the immediate t section t f Maple Hill It was the heaviest rain that has fallen aji any tic e within the put tart years rJtreiims of water higher and morq damage tIQ roads and furtts was OODO Protrccted meetingwtLl begin at MjJZ on the first of August Childrens day exercises wore holiatrttie Methodist church at Chaplin an last Sunday eyeoing A large crovd attended and an intercitiDg jirogratn wa5 ran derqd Mr liugb S mnsa d Sister MIss P tinie of Nevada ate visi ting rels lives herel Miss Jydla Williams has re atijtunntd rom a plcasa t visit at thoholn jtel her un lei Dr T D IVillittnVi BurdslQwo k otdaten chIitakauc1casttii3n sWcPt tiqe ceflts Samples tree at 1httz RJfrt1ri irg sttt I afIV f QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIm CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPOSIT ffANK PtOOflPtttttIti srIuNlrE1 KY At tLecIG5eiiZbiejs June 29 lOl ISOURCEB aA na atal Diseount lets I6aUlSt C1422010trnans i1OBII1O0ttLDue 5SIJanklng134R3fcftSpecie Ta23i8rOtbep 1ttTotal v trAm tmES ouRnrphtsIDtiitdrideitProJtDapqJitots fOtkwg DepsItA subject to ciXeGjOU which 4utecstbt ttiitlf ibAt tS fTm cortU1bhthsotiIep1t on which interest iIs ynil liUo12 110 fotal llt l 4Amount of last tUridead 8tt A stpuLwitE 10001 QD JthjtELtTtl11prps ttte of Ivonhfeky Cot1nt of W1ziIIgtDuj J A Boulware Cashier of Peoples ldKaBank ftaluafpdlifJiddmiud MaysthathqspeCti ctiuditiotibu5inssi 6u tie 29th day of Jihe knowledgeaitdbeliefi ness of said Bankhas been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above report made in compliance with an official otStateay Jflnc 1901 as the day on which TUCU shall be made JnOULWAmtCa ier hyJJuly tOOl A C iMeBLllOY NP VWnslnngtow County Ky y Commission expires January 901 G Ii ltOflEttTSOitl fA dTUJfEY tpirfettora v f 11LL vatDouJtfUl 6hie Yielded Ii the iiropfileutlal campaign of 185d tho Democrats In the west liiailc an cf Jectwo point by contrasting Mr Duch ftnnnB lotis public career ns a Sena tor fepcvetary of state and nllnig or to Eng vItU Goiieral Fromobts limited lllI1Ud consisting of n Service of 21 days In tb Ulifted States senate they1rleded so SUCCtfiII to disparage Mr Lin thin Html served but tsingle term In congress while Senator Douglas had for many years enjoyed 111ntlQmlrcll iitation Thlspolht jras urged Inn h jttetl din ctisslon overheard between rtn ardent snpportordf Senrttor Douelas and a German voter who favored llr Lin coinV The former fliinlly thought to overwhelm his opppocnt by saying AVlio Is this LIncoln anyhow No body cvor beard of him until Senator Douglas brought Wni into notlcp by holding jQlntrtlJbafcs with himV Senator Douglas 00 the other hand is a grcaf statesman Why he tins had his eye on presidential chair for the Inst ten years Vot dot you soywns theiftply lou say Sleestcr Dooglas have had hte eye on tlJi president chair for the hist ten years Yeq that Is just what i Said Veil you boost tell STttater ftoog iascef be keep hees eje on dot chair shoost a lecdld vile nge1rd ylll see old the Lincoln sitting down In IL Nrliatclbsefl thedebatc amid o roar of laughter from the bjistandors Llppln cotts Magazine Cations Vienna LAW They have curloug laws lin Vienna riM enforce them top Hetfcntly Marie friedl and Felix Kopetolh aget ICnild 13 years respectively were walking along a street In he Austrian capital when they came across an old woman staggering along under the weight of a Heavy package Moved by pity they offffrcd to carry It forllieojd vyoman a jiroposjtlon to which she readily ac ceded The kind hearted children had not gone far before they were ate t4 by a policeman ftfr chrtylng pnreeltf without a license the children were taken to n police station trhcre the of fleer In charge lectured them upon the enormity of their offense They were kept under arrest for sx hours anti ttlica released with a warning u seems that here fs a corps of messengers Ih Vienna tpwklcha qiuniclpal statute mantS tha escluslve right of carrying inside fJe city The bay cud plrl had violated the lawMiy carrying the old womans bufden and inuler such an Interpretntlou of the statute a man who cafrieso package tor a vyotnan with thioiTh he Is walking tiny be tunlnt by tbs first policeman tvliq sees blmj The Vnjr lie DOT Pntl Different sermons may be preached from the1 same text andthcre may be more qr kiss of trtithin each of them Here Is an account said Mr Mojse pointing to paragraph In tho evenlni paper tit the wny fri which a boy was sAed from downing by a mastiff which bclpnged tbibls cousin The boy vcntujcil too near ihe edge of a trench 9rou tank lost lila footing and Ceil Into the lake TJy dog dashed fIlm nudTuccceded In pnlllns him nftcrI riiore ilrtJirR Mors trnrn accusing ghince ttpiiItr ion tluit allows ijow ilnnscrotw tis for nlioyi6 go tb j near h vratpr IImbthtr isaJd HIt boy In lor rofffiilj iistonlRhmcnf Ithonirlil fattier rend It tIIPh1StJI tmijivIt lwrtyct ly safe 1iHic wiifjeiTr wbutifjfou l oiily let him toy fie Itt dbg Mr aiorso cotigtaediuid lHvS1iVdts creetiy niisotbeil m the tiuotatona gj mlnlngstotIUt Too ilnoli You sy youttlink ypur boy has ted great nn lappeflf 1 said the physician to an anilousiao riDd you reatteflf bow much n growing boy can JH I should tiihnki ought to If any body floes returned the boys parent i lIt jUStttiut the case to you doctor Where we weeziptk nioun fAlnsx the waitress would cee hian say tti my boy 4Wobat Inca jfish steak liver and bacon baked aJtdJedt drYlto5tmice It all pleaScrand some eggs i tlnbgb I J pT iI Dress GooQ IBlstGGO t Tf VV Dress Goods fill andCiC I J jUIl il l1Mdhair4 l d jfGl J jf Alriti l Venetians etc WniteJl D i Ebth1de1i I1jJjIN47V l I naiaLnensl French IMuIV rM UrOah dIP k J Pers nn Lawn Embroidered Swiss W hiteoosit l r f lo OJfN i ij iiI lipc1LF1ann las 1 fTf FcrPi41 J r IN f IJickdetNtunsooks NtunsooksSVW1SUVV tiAI1OiippIique f wsH COO 1riic2 In all Bodies pfEmbl c escj l IghanfsMt Iryjji Jtt1h Pi3 na J inents c e 7 OurStockoI t n ii eLCHING1 I Msfcotopt fe kfttc ive t arfdj9aipets J IJ t f t J t Pieas viS t us before bU Willmakeyou pey Yours TruJYji Culling 4111ln poaJJ J 0ow F in THRTI 1 usp1PUnddo thjs teh v cut tltemt sTD t TOIL f 1 6Ocskirts4bcV5Ooskirts5c 50tf chemise Sd 1 drawer 35c t J15cri r IYf Jlk 1ies lJlnenSi t and y 4 r v l 50c iSc chemise 5Oc SOc skirts 55c I i4V 42VLlnenskirtI4 s f Linen skirts 50jc RDc Lace cUr airf k Lav jtist receivcd sow ByLinen very do e See th n be fbi you uy wtill payiy ti Respectfully u1miLted to the Cas TrAda Vl LE1ELDER Springfield Ks L ptii ii4 jj3 Begi TDy ur I Spring a 1 Sm iluer Dres Gods Olothiiig Men nd Wo mens Si ocs Our stock istoo hwgt i and we riusti ieduee befor e the seaaolji a istoo1aie9 l f f I5 Ij4qKSpa4eviIf J ther on 6uta feyo the manyvfinrocxI Ji j things wet rhav e to offer you caIti and fp jet price is rip troubleto show and fe S prise ouig0odsii Hoosier Cotton 4ct fc t i Inciigo G alico 4 c Best Percales cut to g ati710 Mdns S1Q Suits cut to 75O z some cu to We have s good c- ii suitsfor i1n it 3 4 and wqith OercuitrnrEd A dee f cut iii priof Mens a Poy1s i pants cut to 25Ci445W0rthmdr iaiQot9v E Shae on 25 percsrlJ cm jvffv4ooiggl 3d of a ffi ia onebiif pror Btria nS in13i n 0irtHiA8S ydtr iin C iiupei iiIy ic Afl Vil Chrvrs nut to sru p j c010 Ii If w cut to tertUIII i thI p cntlrthd geUpriceSv 1cCtr trt r i z IT1 71iw iics fjerer Iso vet aeatttiO VQgi6en worm about ojbaWof sninchiQOtf has pAift i ppearac4b lIVea o1S gIish rIm es- a q tIi tUlo 1kJ11o 8 bt K lhcl Jn i d boJ1littl iott 4ag brklt v rrt bM f- lrevgiytJor D wjth s 1onf 10 kr gyJJ dsl bowd Iru h ho 4aBu fntn btt1IIiPvtotepl and horing he e ifhei1 jfClt 3us p the rPI 1ii1 Le rn44- eVFr kre t rdown and olt r ll b t l azihe- t pPVV41t ure tree killer Jt 4btlUS aSonif he frbift 4t1 t1z thQr bde tt I iitffci hjs tsrm car In 7 Very t Wl11 br1Iihbout ihe Ie4f rfrt hmidtdsot fJPJtJb kiUin lln1 DpiC1t 1hh t 1u irul ire rrBtyVd j ew 4r p1g1L h eltb i crc dotno- dtsattut111 CJ j T Ut1 1fo ioItiicky Pcr J1te1Y1ci n lOU Till ttsVL itOa tVichl HTafcei Salve B Watin wortMcsp connterfits Hay ou RbetOii jpny brt Sunday lE r4Wwn isii iwd y on Sun My4 itt our isalofcn Keeper 4veignd avagtecraeptamo fotffiftifresr ty no Irn er violate he UvUgAinsk Sunday cl ling WQY shou deor iIhO law lo t toad of the Jfgr eio nl toothi- sfdescetii un of Vis SUbbith and i tvjR ewippt upon tbfe law i Wheo did an agreement among te tfoUtars of the liwbecoiif mars potent and ot graer dig Kity Chattthemjjt7 of L e laY PerbapofMb three officers who yesterday vr ided itfte card pbyers i1uud aY9r1tl weight if directed towmrls Sunday drinkipg Rt rct tt fIioUs littk- LitfleZar1 pi Q iJhose Risers ompe1u11wer- and their duty ihufcJgiYinfr JOU boofClSjO blood to r ujicrate yo Hbody Ara4 jr to taker Never tgnpe Hzvdonjk Robertson jWhifeTopA grit qompiambicoai03 jap Jroffl te fannerj tUtsiseaso iJQ tegard to whIte itop Thes i nottdow are rujuidJkiy it in maojr lR tan sund in nearly very oTher case tbe meadows are baralf worth cutting New inea4pws those that yeild the rcropt this jeut aie iin quit AS llad ppVditlqtt as the fields tfvafe 1aaewn three or fur years tCbe Jarmprs cprnpiaVn rfbat tWitinJothy jeed they buj SATUXATEL 1 lJE JSirc Boar Ebt1 nDel polstmed with oas went m7 end ray ndltlon SJ that tho said could iflsVBet vrcU 1 i in a Brocarifcuif eidiUcnj con toed to the aenthS vrtica I 8 aiSd bfesraa its use roalizliff tnt as doins da rood medicine end wee cured entirely thini it tho host blood = =r las iti it this vhitja top seed A machine that woyld Clean Urn otby seetl would 1ut Jo macd We dorit know Uvab such a aapshjne eXsts if it hud ufld the si lle1fef jt is pusled there is a fortune lu iit AItaero is to u uschInethe mv riItci n of orrtj Wst1de a Klondilfei di3- Cuvtry SUe of Tod bve i tajitieirt the seed is c5ean ani tlia th Pift1rjf C1I WILL Ll E INJSOUTH AFRICA r Kaclinc ncTcrUgfc the Sculptress lias left Us EoGooa and A1I MIs luel1Ji ei3everliige tl1eSCdP1 trfts who nude short vIs to Ytfrk fecantly lihsBono bz across t1Hil Athuttrlie Indi wns sury flncJ dlsjilcaSed athc trcatiucnt recoiv of the lew IVjrk cus tt1ntttlCJUHldS lheir recent arrival nt 19UIflE DLJ3IUn1 that port nor baggage was overhaul dUj111Sleased She soijs she Wilt never rl1 again to Aiu ilea but she may her mind Iio Is now In London chnneI Bbc will remain rot n short then go on to South AfricaiijVhcre her Lome will hereafter be Ruckles and Unttpnn Buttons ana bneldeswhat an Inces sant chorus those adjuncts makof On bcliaif of the former n good dent bfnp jao work 9 employed tlils tl tho form of udellcatc tracery In IdugI silver or aluminium on grounQ works orI smoked plnrll mother of pearl m tatlon C0lorcl stones of every lml1 Idud Snd description Amethysts are wondrously Imitated iand have become a great vogue lthysts and topazes have alike allottedI of favor and fashion Tor tjrclr span and the time is just ripe for their return tBeforo the shrine of the turquoise all to bow la adoring worship butthlf prbttybluo fetono has bcrome a tride tbo jtoihlllar to the sight to be al togpthcr pleasant Many arc dolngjthelr best to take tip coral seriously Coral buttons appllqued with dull silver fire especially decora live Brobdlngnaglan buttons are not bearly so much in vogue as they were Of couise they ore to be found here anti tUero when some particular period or style commands their presence But decidedly of ijiorj e pronounced popular ity is the smalll button arranged In de ttcnpu glPupsmo Turce and tour aa fancy dictates As tQ huckles4 their ptprj Is n tong and bjcwllderlug Scartcly tn millinery ctio a buvkle tt wroijg and lii this deptrtment do they fUHni to grow l1Ongrnd longer nnci narrpwor nlid nhrrowef every day And It Isj bftcklus that crcatb a decoratlve Itom In ones chic Vlsftlng toilet Washington Star f isTor tier Dlj Tree Ai woman of thtanslvho ownfd hndsonie country bone on the Bud son 1sty fond of IWQ beautiful beech trees which stood hear her real tTiiue A few Feasohslngoslie bought nluiise nt orlnml decldid Hurt thOr nfter she would spend her summer nt that resort fashion Ac cord ugly hc cold hw place on the HIH son hut In parting with it slip coul lInt bear to leave behind her fnI vori e clies She consulted a firm tltnt is engaged In the business of mov log large trees and IJ undertook the task of transporting the two full grown beeches from pastern Now York to Nr port The undertaking was car ned out with great care The trees wer taken up placed on scows car lied tlqwn the Hudson and up Long Ilsln ud somd In Newport where they set up before the womans now rcftHonee A quantity of the soil of thrf r former home had been brought nlorg to sustain them until they should llstaa1Tbeeat The moving of liose two frees Is snhfto Iavo cost their owner 30000 audI the cat Is probnbly the long dls taniro record for the transplanting of trees Earl Mayo In Womans nomet- forhnnnlon 7IaJuHt n IJttle Fna Rho was In a street cnrI SIre bad all i1e Unit up date tduchjes about her costume nod the very lajest tad was prettily csploited In tier coQ tirc Hold lugliup those stray locks In the back Wa not a gold loop nOJ yet a pearl bar nor oven the popular horseshoe but u tin bow of narrow catln rlbbonN It was not baby ribbon hut so close to It the difference In wIdth was hajdly dls tlnnISb th1ertI flowen lIi her hat woe lavender and so was the ribbon This Is quite the atosi fail of tho summer girL The short hairs are gath ered up and tied by the rIbbon which has been ta strand of tuej long hale Velvet ribbon Is fre quejn iy used and black of course la preferred by many Aivfnl Affliction Junior Partner rpcelved A note from cur boskkeeper thIs morning say inn thnL ho wnnlilnt l to come to Wok for several days S enior Partner Whats the matter wih he man Junior Partner His wife has been cutting his bairTown Topics r7I Tlie Can eGent1een ortlaeJl1qcried the council for the defendant If there ev er iwas a case which many case must be c1reCully com nrcd with other cases this case is that casej Which ease the puzzled Judge t Domestic Economy Ma 3Jnp or Flilp hoi was such a nice dog1 nui so sorryb died Brldgft So am linomj JlnnysUbo plate he saved me washing Baltimore World t Vhnt n man lacks In his head ho must make up nhls legs Atchlsoa Globe oiol1 ak Poison Ivy BOTANICA4REPTIIJES vTKir Sjtiiig Sets the Skin osiFire and Fills the Veins with a Violent Lingerisag Poison Thfese plants seem to partake of the nature and character tthe Serpent in winter time being couiparatiyely harmless but when Kvarmed into life by spring and Rummer heat thcybecome extremely venomous aiid spiteful emitting a milky jjuice that burns and blisters like a fiery acid producing quickiuflaiumatiu and pinruli swelling Sonic persons lvieillityWilltheir thin and sensitive skins seent 46 apbroni the SUIT undi g atmosphere the acrid juices einanatiitg from these plants There is seldom a picnic or family gateringilltthe woods but t1iaE some J inpm rof the Jawcomes in outct WihJoison Ivy Ohk prIS lle t1er huijful plant orweed and throuhbpenpores the poISO IllS c4rried- S to the overiieatedblood Posdiiifoundclinging t tree ttinks WlT4SO1OAi- r twtta polnon tfcurueh jblicd became ticripus octorfcall X aremainod houstJJtoSJiia BW 8 S advWJ4d sooii I conituruod th4 saediciooJaade great does ll one g a wer to slipped through bcnb1c askjed o fences or rock s9illetim ijeach ing great heights the leaves are nearly square in shape smooth andshiny and three on each tenj the flowers arc of a greenish jvhite color and the berries palel green or inllwhit sirubscldom more than three feet high its size depending upon the nature of the soil location etc the lleaves are long and pointed with saw underneath WliUe the ittvjo plants entirely unlikekeedgand a downy appearance are Appearance the POlisonous effects are very similar FOR YEARS After theswelling subsides the skin remains for a longREThuhl ccoa OB wil03e time in a rough and inflamedcondition dotted here an drs similar fp thousands of others who ii contact with tlicso p1nntsJJay there With bad looking TllcerS and little festering SOreS eomo When olht yearo fid my little brothorl1nd It iISLtriymtrkable with what regularity alldI H 1Johlone roko out by onUB handlJnJ evory poi spring lion for rtiintv thfaisease returns andalways m schedule nsgs rfd iacompletfllyandV- 1meappennng one r commendo S the sanle month day and tour almost ivo neon no signs oftho oruption for I at it did the yearbefore jDontbe deceived should all several seasons thc eigns of tEe poison vanish soon aftcr tIle first attackthe acrid juices liave been taken thrdkgh the open skin pores into he blood and the most persIstent and faIthful useS Qf aiternal remediel can never dilodge them and l1e fpr years to come you may expect id endure the same bodily tortures the blooclm ntl1ne becoming so saturated 5 and charged with asonJaJl1aJl1 that eacji succeedIngattack leaves the body more uncertain and C h i slow and thus the Ie malady end disastrously K For every poisonoits plant tree shrub or jfloxvef nature ffi 4 1 1 has wisely provided an antidote or cure Thp roots andIm herbs of wliich S S S is c niposed quickll ur ly andI permanently overcome and drive out df1It blood em the effet Json Ivy POiSQll Oak Virginia Creeper Thunder Vec S mac and etahe P9i if eftyarietY S S 3wilibe found an invaluable and lcrfect antidote r poisons a this els VXtere is never any return of the aggravating symptoms after Ise of StlSit 1stror lievery vestigeof thepoisdn I IU11t alC1Jdtt hope lca se of tpeatedai1ttres State your case to our doctors wefel V tli c a Ie1RY Medicaladvice otjcnlnotlllng ncllis strictly confidential 1 IM ii iud Skin Diseasea free sWflTt BPECIFJC CO Atlanta Ga + t NCOFFEE- I1 LUXURY YITH THE REACH OF ALL 1 f our next advertl o ont you like one package you like Oil G LION COFFEE is not glazed or coat with mixtures and Chemicalsi but is an absolutely pure coffee full of strength ard favor H H HIn every pactage of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illttstrated and descripvclist No housekeeper in fact no boy or girl will fail to find in the list rome article which will contribute to their happiness comfprt and which they may have by simj ly cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads rOm the seated packages which is the only form iAhichthis excellent coffee is sold V WOOL5CN SPJCE TOLEDO a FOR LITTL FOLKS Tips Story t am n very wontlerful cat Eddlo fAys so and Eddie Is the little boy who lives In my house so lip ought to know all about me I can sit lathe sun and pur and Eddie thtjks that is very funnyto hear me i ur Ithiiiltmy eelf It must be a great thing to da iJddietcairtpur nt nil mid I have heard him try a great Ulan r times andlcomeII scolded him well for It I dont think ho will do It gain And Eddie thought It was so fne for met to stilt and yowl that he tri d to do It HImself It didnt sound as wull the way he lid it and his mamma old him Aat little boys shouldnt mnk noises llle cats did So then lie stopped but think myself he stopped b ccause he couldnt uo It as well as I did and not because his mamma tow hju to Thou I can sing Yon ought to hear me slug on our Lntch fence every night Everybody In the row lools out of the windovto hear inc They make queer noises at me too trying to sing like me but they never Sindo It It Is use for them to tr yLyn LOyctt in Brooklyn Eagle it an old man has lived several ye irs In a tree home He Is a first class cabinet maker and when he moved from Detroit to Mdr quetto he took up lis residence In the hollow trunk of a tree near that town The tree Is a huge liudcn that has bequ sawed off about feet from the t ground aud In It the occupant has brought to bear hi accomplishments as n workman to Iccorate lila queer abode artistically door and a dow seen from the outside bear wit ness to this The nncr walls of the II3feredIcular seat extends around the room from door to window ThortHs on the other side a cornf rtnble pile cf furs that oiako n luxurious hqdTh9 Place Is warmed when warunh needed with an oil stove Tho hermit plays self and his visitorsrahiea Days King Ethic oy Iinhidou Tho dlinlnutlvu bulldog Avliosc portrait is presentet h the accompanying illustration belongs to the king of Eng land pod s said to be such n favorite as to accompany his royAl master wherever he goes ue king even takes dietImand 1etcr mel he is culled lanai 1solf the greatest affection for his 1 The illustration is from n portrait recently ipr In ed for lila majesty bya well knovn artist Miss Maud Earl Printing t Cain on Linen The print of sivercom or modal may be made on silk Or linen by dip ping the fabric n n solution of nitrate k t sliver and str tc tug It over the face of the coin until the Image fs ImprlntclK The linen IsstjisHlzed by dipping It Into a solution ol nitrate of silver rnatlt by dissolving 00 or SO grains of nitrate off sliver In one 01 nco of wator WKt thpvjortlon of tl o ilotb which Is to re celve the Impresafon In the solution and when draw It over the face of tht tie It at the back iIExpose to and In a few minutes UIlirlIry of the coin will appear As soon as It Is unit nUll wash In clear water W ion nearly dry Iron it smooth wlthr a warm Iron placing a piece of tissue lpperover the print In printing froj tlo coin or medalJt Is advisable to paite a piece of paper on the reverse side thatrthe silver will not cqmo In coniact with the sensitized fabric 4 41 A Stndr In Polccr One jcanialist wllojs na export prnctlcnl psjchologjj milhod co IIof squares with n member cf the net trying to elicit ju expression opiijion tilL n c itnin n attor of mpra The s ctttarVs Ips wire as clpscfl as the shells of n Hln Tunrt ofll haus at low water so nrns tile last word was ton enietl or evoii hint olf the situation lie was n fso completely self eon allied however that his fictions null manner wurp scrutable The repo tel hazarded r guess founded on his ImpressIons nit1 wired the tvsnlt to hi paper Thenext day the sccretarj met Um and saul now did jou get that luformatlop Mr Proni you sir i aid the reporter mcslr said the trQtary- I never said a word That is so replied the correspond cat but you acted Well you were wrong In some th1usfun bow StIII think Ill have to taken course of ngrossional poker playing until I cm disguise my thoughts t Such people arc tl ic easiest of all to road 1 iAnd iiowdoyoii d 111 Why you read t nlr hands by re verting thtir cypress on TIle man who seems to hot on an nee full probably liolds a bobtail Hush ant the disconsoi late surveyor ofn proltalilc bobtail flush Is likely laying for you with the ace full and there ou are There is always some way t flgtmy It nut National Alngdzino tjDevelopment of tio Hammer Mans first tool va the ipllf tcil hand grasping a stojye uul front this came after many years the hammer As heavier blows been lie necessary the hammer grew In siz until it was op crated by machinery In the form of the tilt or helve hammer Whou steam suc cecdcd water us a motive power a steam cylinder repl iced the tripping cam but tjie first half of the imtjt cen tury had nearly cxpiied before the orig inal form of this tool was at all cluing ed by James Nasm pths invention of the upright steam h mmer Since then the Illng weight of this design of tool has raduaHy been In creased from a few undrcd pounds up to 100 and even 12T tons but excepting the smaller size up to 25 tons It has byIproduccaa marc the rough working of this metaL JJrlSSlS have grown until- the apticity of 1M00 tona was reach cd requiring a 15000 horscpbwcr en gine to drive It Suh a tool with its accompaniment of 200 ton cjuctrfc cranes for imndliug the ork under neath Is capable of lorglng Ingots over 75 Inches In diameter and weighing niore than 2306CO pounds lie Wn njejleved The other day n person dropped down In an apoplectic Immediately in front of a police eta Ion and was car vied Inside mom nt after a woman forced her whY lu through the crowd gathered around the docr exclaiming My husband 5y poor husband Clear the way and h tin the air She then busted Jorself by tAking off the mans cray t nod pcrformluf other little offices u itll a suirgcoi ur rived when the jmtleut gradually rc cbvercd his senses On this the see geaiit In charge observed thatlt was a hhpjiy relief fOIlls distressed wife as Well ns for Llmse t1IMy wife exclaimed the thOu Why I avn a bachelor On seeking for tI e woman It was found that jhe hat disappeared and with her the watch and purse of the patIent which she had adroitly ab Rtraetcd under the very eyes jjf the polIceLondon Tit Bits The Tflfccl of Ammonln The pCyiMa of n inhoiiia Hioltthe complexion ore directly the opposite to that of arsenic The first symptom of mmonia pplsoninj which appears imoug those who york In ammojilu factories Is n discol Cation ofjtye skin cf the nose null tl c foreheajd Tills jnnd unsightly appearance With peo pie who take amm tub Into their sys tems In smaller tic scs as with thplr water or food thes strlklngsymptom3 dp not appear so n The only effect of the poison thnt1li ylslble forn tluid is a general unwholBSomuness and lowness the com DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied cuts burns and scalds It so3thes bud qulel lty heals the injured part ThereVare worthless rauntcrf itS be sure to get DeWitts Havdon Robertson Kpdol Dyspepsia Cur DigiMtswhat you Miti i aj i AH AHkel LIONI l COFFlE is always the same One package iis just like another It is uniform in every respect gT NEVER VARIE Watch If will IO FFEEegg milnfaD pound jllouiCiNear lndf Iry ulithihue of to STave You Sea JIj Sheep In this game dIe players form a circle One player walks arquml the outside tiuii tonrlites soino oqp nit the iKicki asks lIavtoiisetm ivtf sheep p Opt laistoaetl answer how he ilrrsalwl Thf dress of some lIlt r Is thmtn iftribed who v tnhe hlmSflt tausit 013 aronntl oiitsislp of tlme plnlti nnJ try to hIs owa brforp he Is tagged by the lUtiOuufj rttngjjrd he Is Uiind the ifestloccr takes hg pfncc ih thit elrte Pickiagtbc Plnm l In thIs gaaii n line Is drawn pn tile grquntl along WhICh cai player places a certain ciunbcvr of marbles At this llnp Payer hoot their taws In turns from n pvcn point Tho marbles lajeked the Iqp become thejirop erty of tie atrikeaunl the game con tinues until no inarblis remain The marbles should be placed as close to gether as possible without actually touching 15J0 Worth Free ifREE HOME TREATMENT j Eczema Old Sores and Malignant Ulcers Scrotum Yarlcosej Ulcers Fistula positively curec11 Also nil diseases suhas plnpjes on thanatiugfromdiseases can positively be cured with Banner mans Germicide Soap We guarantee to cure any of the above diseases with the tisa f our soap alone or wdwil refund your ra6ney The most marvelous remedy and curativd power of the age The action is such to ease imme illate improvement and will cure ia from three to five weeks the worst cases mother should bs without a cake of BarinermahS pelviciejlonthe head stomach and heart e cnfokrange the whole system the f isGleet Leuorre1icea and dernn emeut of the GehHoUrinary orpins this oai hos never known to fail It will citre For baby rash end r hsdit lies no equal anti Snakes the skin white preventing rash in the summer Ume We give full instructions with outj free trial treatment ndfurni h tftough soap free to dsmoustratf to you beyond all question that you an be cured You can treat yourself in the privacy of your own home without the noyance of visiting the doctor and the knowl edt of your neighbors end friends Here is one of a few of the thousands of tdUmonlils we are receiving every day Mri William Baunerman I have been troubled with eczema for tO- Cpastthreeyears Ihave triedicvcrytbing but could get relief Iwas recommended totise your soip which t did and it liar cured me en Urely I cannot praise it enough and highly recommend it to anyonctroublcd with eczema Very roitrnfieldSc ltICo For piles internal external or other recttl diseases our seppository is unequalled falling to cure the worat cases of tin Ilxto eight appllcatioD1 We afro furnish n free trial treatment of this wonderful remedy and when lull treatment is taken tvp have never known it to fail WRITE TODAY I f you want to get well quickf write to the Bannerman Institute to3 Clark Sti Chica go Ill Send ten cents in stamps for age and we will send you free full tricl treatment fresh from our laboratory We charge you nothing for the triaMfcaJment and whtn you find that we have remedies that arc honest have the merit claimed for them and will cure you the low Trice we charge for ad ditional treatment will amount toi nothing compared what you will receive In AddressOr THE BANNERMAN call ntumt 67 to 73 Clark Chicago M Blood Troubles Ulaotl r JHjjson Cancer liexum Etc Cosls Xulhlrg tto Till L Old obstinate deer soatc ll casc HJrinaa ently by takidg Botanic Blood UaimRB Bt If youir blood Is tainted producing off oiulyo eruptions aching bOnes imaijolnts ulcoro ialllcg hula mucous pat soro mulb scabs and scales prcsUiUint pimples eating ores swelling std lips dry sore then 1youtake Bontac blood balm maijeu bspecially tocuro all malignant blood trnblea tnoso named abOve and Itchhagsonbycczma carbuncles scrofula rheumatisd canco blood jnnnore etc Heals pvary tore and stops all aches and pains Try tU costs but o b dollar at druggists Treatment freoby writing to Dr OlllamSOO AJIitchall St Atlanta On DescVlbp truhlel1ndl free medical ndvlco given Medlcina rand tree medical advIce sent sit ono prcpald bb ongnotcd byDr Oillam over to jcars igo Thousands have been cnred many ftdr doctors and patent mcdlclne bal torly Jfallod Botanic blood balm givra iifo vigor and strop t to tho lloo mak lug tt pure mid rich l No other utjJdiciue for internalt amid externel pain is needed abotit the house if you have Dr Bells nttpain This wonderful pain killer is an in sant relief for Gholcria zn4 IJJarrh ah ToOthache- 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