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whereer you ItS you take them All with you fefough gray winters glodm and grieving In my heart hope will be wearing Dreams or spring When ibis years first Joyous corner You will tiling me batk thy miner On yoU Wing Nikon Wat jrmatt 1m URNED DOWN The Fiscal Court which was inisGsplon last week sat down upon some of the doctors bf tbe coun v good and hard by turning down some bin bills for vaccination during the recent smallpox scare The claims were turned down on a technical point although it iis doubtful if they would have been llowed anyway The la v provides that in cases like the re tent one Where a Hard of Health orders compulsory vaccl hatidnj that doctors am to bA allowed twtentyfive cents for tuctSfeSSfttl vabbications b it tbe OUDtyWii1 not pay for a ay one b1e tapaj bis own halo vaccK nation In the claims pre Serited before tbe court thi tbr diiy Were Was no pit0f to bow How many of the patients bad been successfully viccina ted audcamotig the list of pa tents were the names 61 many gocd able bodied men who should have been Required to pay their own fees It seems pretty tough on tbe doctors who wasted so much vaccine to mention the skill virustot o lull the but when yon Are dealing xrith a county board of ma istratPS yoU ill find that they are somatirnes very particular about the law 4 m ItIThet1eJFicalCourti o clearly the worthy mejmbers of that worthy body can sde point In law at times when tbey want to There was another ue at tHe same session itt which J gall proposition was equally blear but five out of eitt Bjlagls trates coulfi not see it because siblytd fof allowance The sfii fto rather some one fot hitd had bought up some witness claims Thexlainls were for fees for the attendance of witnesses irorfl jeffeirpon county at an ezamlcing rial of Terrel anti Sprat two young fellows of tHis tttity in dieted for horse stealing The witnesses sold these claims at a JbereOfproceeded I from tile Auditor df tUe Sat as regular Commonwealth jclaims for tbe reisdn that triere is a Statute which prohibits tIe pay ffieiits by the state of wiioesseS stati examining tfial Ijfltb J bunch of apparently worthless papers and his good monejy gone with the Jefferson county people the b lder thereof appeals to thS WaSbingtbh1 tfotifltfr fiscalI rjourt In this case a cJOufc oit last resort and bas his atorne Uy his case before lhatj honorable bcfdji Jadga Litssy had refo M tO pty tile tflaim al tbtfa b tUg tajorityd tb tioafd jI at a previous tteeilrif Itrequested bfm to dd dbotiDlf Atlttftfet T Sc6 td jMayjes eH andriI it vas iJ pIb1ft gnp lder cdtfld aa bgiiftte 11a Itts fa lfffoi1 pMdn if 61tlrfNlKIf r1fifl Je = ldieftcJ t Iff lIe 8f iioLt i4 tftl fJlI Ff lH Ie4i but jus vbted The claim passed and the taxpayers Of II the county will be require1 d to pay out about seventy fiVe ntdmore bbligiUed to dp than it is to make up lUe eflcit in the trSas Ury tif Great Britain caiisd by the Boer war 4 mEW INDUSTRY A new inIdostry ia to come to 8 The cohtinental Tobacco do has fenteft We warehouse of Mr B D Lake and a branch hduse of that gtigabt1c ttHrpotatioh willi opeu business herb The dtlI nental Co handles morn tobacco than any other concern in the country and it has more influence On the marktfdr tobacco The house at thU pace will simply be a rebandling establishment addI will buy crops in tbis section j This new enterprise will btiof benefit to the town just as anvI olherne business firm would bpj Additional employment Is given to labor anti tobacco grbw ers are afforded another market for theiri crops BRAIN POOD NONSENSE j bas been branded by tbtt most competent authorities Tbey hftve dispelled the sl11V notion that one kind of food is neededt for brain another for muscles and still another for bones AJcorrect diet will not only nour j ish a particular part of the bodyj l but it will sustdin every other Ipart Yet however Rood your fcol may be its nutriment is destroyed by iHdigestiod Or dys pepsla 3fdu must prepare forII their arttearatitie or JJibvetlt their coming by taking regular ddses of Greens Augus Slower tbd fanoflte medicine of thet healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulatesi th liver td Healthy abiioti purifies the1 blood and matttes fob feel caliIt Greens reliable i reriiedteS at ail druggists Gfet Gredtls Special A a nac Outer Deaths JawJWHen death seemed verfr d near from It severe stomach anti a liver trouble that I had suffered t with for eerAwrites P Maspj Durham N CuDr Kings New Life Pills saved my lifep and gave perfect health Best piUs on eaftb and ouly 25c at Haydon Robertsotis drugstore One Bottle ij of Remicks Pepsin Blood Tonic t will mftke you fairly sparkle withnew tile and vigor For t sale by Haydon Robrt Son l When you have no appJite do dot relhcfi your fQod mrfrf feel dull after etI lId yoU may know that you need a dose pf Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablet Price 25 cents Sam lpin ftrtgttt iiaypdnA Rob rt80Dd tbf Ill drug eg f dll iHA ligttten dafitof lires burdens If you haTe eVer beard tub iweetwnfed Steger Piano iou will appreciate tills To reach the bigbeat standard at ezcellenc6 bas always been the attti In the iUaailc tore of the CctoWHttett Steger Piano Only j tSe beStl aiiiteflol t Ii died instfrliig gteat dtfrablllty Ewry iinti fdll guaranteed r a 1 kSthWsletf1f1tpedw1- t1i tile tiC8t atilt nlclt toproTed j1ae1ifDl cry located at teger Ul are largest In the west Intending ptirchaset twill find it profit atill IB fIt for full descriptive catalogue which will be mailed frte dpon npp1krtion STEOKR dd iab1i tie4 i87j Chicago III Stftf i S0wiiii- Mi Contest Will Wbarion the mana ger ot rae deal Bowling Alley ahas arranged a serfs tff match games between the Bardstown players and the represertthlve player from Springfield Tfft grat gsttlV of the series ocoarreli fast nfeflt It Wkartbns Alley and fttffltf in 4 tottfry for the ardtoiif btfwlera fdr the victors Lanjffdrd made thigheat score wbihs Jot the loctJj1dw1 is Jo Rodxtflii fade tM lil oil fo ttiiir playirt tfast night tlheoii iG fooUefs said Hey Had stale l fric tte arQ fMN ALVIttri8 Mrnfzr Hanged byia Mob i A special froth SHelbydlJb r javshVp th jury find thai Jimba Field and Claftenbe dr bett cama to their death lifeon the U 0 railfttad tWafle by faangitigi by patti6s Utiknowfa to the jury The foregoing was ihe Cbro nors verdict which was reached by citizens at the C di 0 bridge over Clear creek Just north of town and about 500 yards from tbe county jail Fields was a little black fiftetn year Hid negro buy and Qafcelt was his tall gangling nineteen yeai old accessory who About two weeks ago stontid to death William Hart tbe journbymMn printer vr Jailor Perkins two assistant and his family werU the sole oc tiapants of tbe dwelling adjoiri ing tbe jail while one or two policeman on night duty were at a distance The mob sgurt1 tIn key to tine df the outer doors and reached the corridors ot the jail With sledges tbevbrdke thp combinations and locks otthe two door then betwrJen them and tbe 9page tbdt held their vie time They were Until nearly 2 oclock edudttng their way throdgb these big iron doorsI but did so so quietly that fewI knew Uf their presettce at tii6 jail Hot I lillil We offer One Hundred Dtillnrt tidward fot any owo of Catairh that cannot be tidied by 1lt8 CaUirth Olte F J CH NliJt A CO Prupn Toledo 0 We tile l1hdel ned have known F Cheney for tUB liLt tziyalllJ and aJI hove fun petfoctly UondrablK iH all bus Ineu trMt1sddllotB anti fihadblally able to carry jUt any dUligdlldn fMsde by tbelrfirnt f WEST 4 TfOAJr Whoieaale PrUftUU fdledo W otKimttfc A MAaVW WilUle t ble PF Qtltatro1edo UcltdHIA liLail t1re Is tdeH 1dtftIl3i a acting dJhitIy Li1dh the blond and t cous surfaces of the ytodl Pricej muItt per bottle Sold by all Drilgglsta Tea tiuieiiials tree J MM f fifiddleniaii df Parsballville iViicb WaS troUbled wb salt rbenin for thirteen yeart dud bid tried a numbef of doctdrfl Without relief After tWo appHCaUtfba df Banqef Salvo her hands became better and in a abort time she wai entiretyt tittfed Bewaree tff edbotittite VUod WInsat new remedy for billloilstieu iia now u sale at Haydon ARdbcrfiSoda drug tore It it caiifed C femberlalns iiivef aud St mach Tablets ft glues quick relief and will prevent the attuck if given aa soon as HiS first indacation of the disuse appears Price 25 cents er box Samples free AmIricis Fanoai BcaBtlca Look with horror dfj Skin fcrutUtOns Blotches Sore Pimples They tout have them faor will any one who uses Buck leos Arniea Salve It glorifies the fate Eczema dr Salt Rheum vanish before It It cures sore j lips j chapped hatidS chilblain Infallible for Piles Bc at Bays don Eobertsoas drug storp Value Tennyson could take a worth less pie of paper writ a poem Ion it dud make it worth f25OOC = genius Vanderbilt could write a few words tn a sheet of paper and make it worth 5000 000 thats capital Tbe United States can take an ounce of and quarter of gold and stamp an eagle upon it And make it worth 20 tbals money A mechanic can take material torth 15 and make it into1 watch springs wdrtb 4iOOotbats dkilL A mercndnt cati take an article worth 75c And sAlitfsrfl 25 hats business A dlttih dlfKr works toil hours a day haodlinEC several score tons of earth for U thats labor The pfjiiter can write a check tor 20000 and it would not be iforth a dime thats tough s A fngaflj i Crown jPolnt N YItfrites My wife tttireff tEold l kM nwy irotfblef tot y an 8liwai IW dao a to try Toleyi Kidiey par a4 in lees tban d wi rftlp iW fUusing it she WM IHatly irfprtvH WACMVThe ift afUJFljlltfn Every tfme tti4 Brttth sflot- ofSo t Aftin iR r 1drtakes to tfla ch a wmk of sei1 some bet 61 iniOrmatiion siis- thdghd glv s a new fight ori tne Sodtfl African qfuiastfon ifor Dreary months we have been repealid y told that tb6 irar wis prafctlcaltf ended arid tHat tbe Boers were dispersed and scat tered to the ends of their once beloved republic But the cer Sor nodded the other day and the world learned that a party of British Boers rode up to with in twentv milei of Pretoria and blew up a British Railway train aoldieraply of ammunition and food stuffs It is slowly dawning on tht mind of the British taxpayer that be is being roundly robbed for the benefit of a lew mining Speculators The Bosrs ro not thelliitotyi tney never will Be A peopl who loVe liberty well enough to tile for it though often overg whelmed are naver conquered Ex txen Like Hot CaReS The latest selling article I have in my store whteis dbug gistC T Smitn of Davis Ky is Dr kings New DUcoverv for Jonsurtlptionj Coughs and Colds because it always cures tn my six year of tales it hasII never failed I have known it to Save suflferers froth Threat and tUng dlSeaSesj id couid get tio telp from fldcbrs rjr Any othpf remedy5 tiAthefs rely- Un It best pyaWins pileshribe Itj aud Havdoo Robertson guarantee satisfaction or refund price Trial bUtts ffeb Regu lat s2es50ti and 1 II Happctlea a Ifrsi Mtdre One day last winter a lady came to BT drue store and asked fur i brand jot congii medicine that I did riot bave n stock says a popular drujjf gist of Ontario N Y She was disoappoint cd and wanted to know what cough Brcpcaation I could recommond I said d to her that I could freely recommend- sChamber laid Cough Remedy and that she c old take a bottle of tHe rem edy and after giving It a tatt trbJ of few waefis if she hid not find it worth u the money to bring the bottle back aniiE weald refund Ute price paul Iii the course of b day dr so the lapy cine bVck in compady with a friend in need of a cough inddicine and advised her p to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Remed I consider IoodI rcdedTheremand extensive sale ina large measiife o the personal recommendations of people who have been cured br its use It is far sale by Haydon A Robertson J McINTIRr uFrointI JourJ your newsy columns once ag in flMrbeenvery sick is able to be out agrin too are glad to say I J B Hill sold five head of cattle to Stevd Tbdmpson of t yoUr city last week Mr Gtuts Mclotire an Ire antI little babe Oorinne visited It their uncle Mr Robert Mont gomery oif this pi ice Several from arduna here solI IChorses to Mr Wiiliani Mayes Ijj add delivered them in Lebanon 12TDulsaayEugen eHill took advantage of tl1i1 eicursiqn last Sunday visiWd friends in Louisville We had quite a nica little sleight of hand show in this village last Saturday iflghtsQuite a crowd tttetlded tl 6 marriageoiMr Sidney Johosoo and Miss victory Blatidford of this place a nd Mr Edward Craves of Fenftick and Mrs o Teresa Cecil of t1s place which took place tit St Roses cbutii Tuesday All parties are quite pdpulat in this locally Mr 1hli fiallard Accompanied t Mist Bailie Atiberty of ftred rijfkstownin visiting In Jflahon county pnnaay r Mr Blfsh Simmjdd Miss Kth I ELI visited tbe MUses t Isplrt of Iao cot last Saturday and Sutidijr Mri Andrew Fields wfll bave J a puttie saffc nt Fndiy and vertode is tnvitJd to afctead A large crowd attended hurob at St Dose shttaf Siefc Headachl i IItid4oed1 IRr U- 1AtJ4 J oatedCOtiQt Uver r yers rii- Iffler S puts tbfly cure ciyS- pcpsia biftoUspes- I t r 23SAidrUIIM kto 1aekt on r tJCKIK1IHAM8 DYE j j Jdt Anthony Mr Joseph Anthony baa the contract for painting Mr Ni W Muirs honse on the corner Of Fitth and Arch streetsMr Anthony came herein 1881 with old Dan Rices circuttt He left the latter at this otutand re mained in Bard toD for some time He was a man of much versatality atid soon made himself useful about the town HeI was a good siuger a good dancer and above all a gooa patrer- and his sgry1ce pn i iione the other of these lines was constant ly in demand R6 was popular with everybcdy and when heI jleft a feeling of general regret was expenenced by the comun nitv After the llapse of a number ot years he las returnd here changed but little in anv way and just as handy with his brush as ever So Mr Muirs residence will getu first class t painting and many of Zoos old friends will doubtless bunt him up and renew their acquaintance t with him Mr Anthoneys pre t fIsperousBardstown Staiiuard- Several years JTJoe intbdny pjnJf1edaDd this place s WOMEN AND JEWELS Jewels candy flowars man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form at magnet of mfghty ptivper to the averagS woman Even the i gaeatest of all jewels hdalth i ilioften ruined in thetrentlpus eff J orts to make or save money t purchase tbettl1ft a woman will 1 risk her ath to get the covet g uaiithitt let hir f irtity her a elf against the msiduons con sfeiuencas of colt daUgbs anell bronchial eciions by the reg lar use oi tfr Bscheea German Syrup It will promptly arrest i ciousumotion in its early r stave and oeal the affected lungs and abncbial tues rnd drive the dread cisea e from the system is not a cute all but It is a certain cure for coughs cod Is 6 and all bronchial troubles You can get Dr G G Uraens speJ cia reujidies at Haydon Robertson Get Greens Specia Almanac Backache should nebenedec ted It means kidney disorder which If allowed to run too lung may result n Brights dii et8ev diabetes or other erioue ani often fatal complaints Foleys Kidney Cure make the kidI jwell Wood Wlmiatt ij Public Sale l will on afiturday October 12 1U01 at 1 oclockmamrefi idence on High Street in Spring field Ky sell at public aucton to tIle highest and bet bidder the following personal property f One gnod 7yearold farm mare 2 cows with calves 1 Shorthorn 3W due to calve in Fellruary1 12 interest Iii 14 acres f hock a model batox and brooder 1 2 hone wagon and gear 1 buggy and harness buckboard and sureyo farming impsments household and ktchen furniture olliEsaleilsl tie IB FerlS It just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alferd Bie- f Welfare Tex1tbiliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when 1 began to use Elfic rio Bitters but they worked t wonders Now I sleep liKe a top can eat anything have i gained in strength ana enjoy hard wrk They give vigorous health ana ndrt life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only 50c at Havdon Robertsons drug stor iand Thc A girl can figure o tft all kiudft fwiiys bUs cIittoi acffca man when fie poJKJS but Wen Ittifi14Ji b tltH tst iiai- l1 1ai aha lia goD Wliim- p l irJ rfii tt A nowspe r 1prthth ai ailr 13ttsecCn zew York PresaT that diSbrvEU a re ponstIf John Smith wftC+ v V twenty fj 6 jtdeF poor wifo i rip Rr1V H retur- niaidVlerJl1 aock the suft1n gout ollii 11 f l Over aj TaIorvillo they sold j Ogroiop tb chargif btyBgran w t i IIMi o rQtfhDitirealk s fCS s yrs t W V 1i1fk nv r 4 Li sv I7 r 3 111 lOaghtIlpre3enttorti1iiewnaay ldier aruoning r J tpfisinK appest3wyIfbeqacbedszIneIp ap comoanid bt chills crImps corns warts and bunions chilCx blain eiIesvand 1 uEdIseit s a sign that you are pot wellI nyminutePayadvance and tutt I ocke yourself solid for a good obituary notice xue dalyailoo At4ae1its JebCityon the first of July an ex an pie worthy of byfdenomlnstall tile essence of true C ris tiapity One block of ice Jiven tofereat cliy is worth a car lord of tldoctnrebtl pulpits = l Atter eifror wjien you ieI a cold fomming qn takaa doseofFni eys ioney und JU 11t ever JMn to top i cold if taken In time Wood kWimsatt tiEJctI JfII W B Batchett received lst i eek 17 tIule pIts a priceg- anguig l froW40 L9iO pet ad Also W B Hatchett 1i sold 28 bbdc ii puisrille at the BnckUer hodse t4to8Itonnd lBaMJfarmt i ft 9325 Possession at o1e JH Robinaou Co botghb 1200 bushels ot fitai of waift burg parties at 7M b J H Kob nson sold btHJcb of ogsavragii2Q8 ppundff W J a Ptfer at i6121 perdo WF flatchett sold a pair of yerolff horses to 3n Jordon f Atlanta Ga at 110 Born last week to Uie wife of Sain Arnold a fine boy Will Tumey an6f wife fMc Comb Ill have returned bon Miss fiary Tumey accompanied them1 B H0feit hasl sold Id sj ioue third interest in the mtll at- en1jinsvi1li t4i 1Ffatii t 2000 Alsol sold one house and 4 lot of i acres to Jame Hamlltopi at fl0f n ft L JV Bottom cold a jjojse and ilot of 2 acres to J HWatuTatr300 PossesJon Jan 1sl WillI Hatchett formely J t J Wifmtre bought fi farm OtH 503 jacrjjC i t tftl1100If color at 2c t JJP Mcl1t9Y sod alarm nt t Mrs Lizzie Leath t 98 acres to rs dud 6ariPink3tODiatiOau acre for 1 acres Ddi 12 ana te 1 fir the rest Possession at once 0I H Shewma er boufiht aIyear old combined horse of J H Burifa at 123 FranIl Sbewmaker sotda bunch ofllOOlb sttrito Janila Gregory a 4c i T1 TreS t bought a btincb ol 1000 Ib steers of Tclifl Kev t1l 363 periIloi il I II4iiff1e sMirXJer Ivi aa VIO I- TAis oI 111 testoic cor every ri At iiyearifrWiit urad aotI7sprsi of7IdcA t 01TeU A jIp ii iI 4CIIC OA ifia titt 8ldi OalllO ef COlb hogs to ij o 6 12 perjjunired rtjat OdS touow IIW i tfIJtJciIj some lnt o1 It J3 tt1MrJhgS1 pountyhajJl1Ipoo tatl olive troetei-9rIy fe t in heigwhicb Ioad yil reAft b1jtoj1 zene I o eihiblted tben- tot bis rIiidcoulitell 9jIfJJr cKs says t t8ttrsLa tqc1prgs- tot e houedcouoCOverthe1branches well WIth corn foer J pitirom Itbl pi qYPii ierC9u Ufit c 1wheretPI ILawrenceVurg ll 1 A 0 5IO Il a I f ftpt1JloOqfieldpR9J follows which wcrdty4 OtsaJ one 24inoh mart mulo cbft ot dII48QfWisinjtent nir1 iuepCotton ofBloomilo4 Pen faie mule clt for 50j ofJo1 DothonIofBotlisud on MI martmal fqfr Jor- nBris oDOOncliullm 9i 50j tt ij Dpe t1s Rne 5 iinchnaie mule colt for 160 of E Tone 58 inchmsre- cp1tfor55 pt 1S I c ledrl k t9fJJ P8 l5ichare- leotfor7alfovz VsifijTr J IirtnImi1 8 o t FlJ r tail btgt to lir1 fcitev RffItjsourjand were peci Itt tU8S s3 DPttiibo ltJtofi9h Jija 4iro- f J shiBgtba county 50 t d of 10Opound cattlCaf 4 cat perundStuidardShotafaiJd U Mrsgf ft McDowell fcrlmjf the absence Of h rhjasbaud ii Whayne bounty Iiad a rather 4x- cUh ezperienca thf oargkcit y t c 3 ariy fJednesdamornIg aa- dmadilucky atteiiipt tt l itIernaubutoistqtdakn f aging Hldnlt1jr aidscarlng- tb brIair awa ls r heDh- titha to tk 4nthni Abott tbrdcitcI i tbs motaipsbs 1ps t1 11J jkirn- thedjpint4roo7i fo- herthat Ih 1tJi t which- was a1wVIS brn1m 11 1otboiugleJ fcvetecttbi odor 01epIgS Mrs YcDo1llt c me to theco1athwas- sbiargla ifiht bas 1fsi hutl1yaecaredtIa 34sp- Jstoraiaasniiv tigtiosi- She opnJoptadth bir1er I 1e ball wbich iI10djcusan4u4ij the riiattonthe pistol in ha dire1Ios tlW hell sLrikin lllarge 1rrr i and dpmoljshlaf it jhsa tipistol labed iWhpWith iDnear the dj mng rooV 9qjMts Dql1 sbot three tines J tJIOf1amoyfiJwounded the mae andrea both dg ors f1fas9 Mel Efelra Was telphocd for but W trace qf the maa oouwW rfo when wnyriil tft had t bis escape throegk fib chii mwindo Itr he ha- gainejI i 8trvicfr Aa sxam- iati6not tiJ koJ ebow4 ttsikthidsvot slcurad at MMNJ bet tlir natIJ LtiJTnL utIWU laW J F anuc tbe nl m Jf tajWtrsFtirrroalburctra Ihei r lF1 Ir Uflirtpin5tos P mi ath ttIJMn twttwe n 3p t ft J Ht Jltefej 4O4P1pII- yrtkqh WT Qci aisiLIisurbUpt cteas Jf 4lv Jl tffa sad asoiaWisvlee lf 1 Ifa WINit rii J PJ I A YE 4N ADVN GEi K f c L DAV10J11 I r4 prt DIrEf bthe ifjr thI1rIII c iitS t1ntoub JMls oa udldatoa ipoUicU1 matter nprUatj a row cbtttAtS I tjLn i r b1tulc3 AJrOOt9aStnte per Id bdu gft4tbs teimty Otccr 500- 5THtTFtSDAY OiBJ101LL Eoatti s Sto eutIpred toancounee x r3uL1ztr ior oetJ1y Lt3 of watngton county t I lJ 4 v e are ancbbrizefl annoiinoe WiMES L Mlpl 7 A31 oarfdia feror lragisjtaa In the deriist9 3vn and SpflngSeld No 0 rit14ot8 November riiiectlon W01 4Sheriff Wo iro aft1for1eIT ann6unco- IYRONdROAKE 3 a anaidate or tbU blfice of Sherif Vashhjgton cbnntv Novarnbar dec tion 10L JJepntieaj Sidney Os boarne BdBlasters Rfcjiard Jaham We ar autho rfr 3u to aniouncea c flOIONE As a catfirdate lor tub Deinodfatlct iiornuiatioS lor Eeprassntatlve from VaabJngfc jn cotrnty November eleo 1onJYL j TheS Ul y Court of inquiry lstilLoniv5th3tue end not yet in sight 3o matter wliat the 7erdict nmay be te teSttifnny thugfat brpiight dUtxslearly iul 3f v cltjatea tbattbei jbld mau did hisi jioef v Oestlntlja ftreea battle oft how thatuhis best was tyowerlu- lgoogw l Scfle isvitdicatet in the y nhrpeo fcie t jitthanopgh 1riiesectridorthdictedfocce i iu rhemurdbrof WiiUani Go bel v tie un at Franljfort Counsel ibr thfedefondiiqtjenUfiayored to 8wSarradga Ciutralt off the baneEjfWii that gentlenian relfused to Vacate The court and also refused tLo grant a cdntinu ance and the trial must go oa to a comp1etion Presid no RdcsB clt has a pointeol exGof Thomas G Jon4a Derao iitas Pedeialt jjtifiJuflge be1oub113g theslrik igg Wi eiiQ Hppkitffe county s quietrng down althongh there f as tbejen very warm times there K ttii iOtabt1 fjali fc Srrv ef l y VroriibarTi Kinurborrespond at + f Theieguar term of Squire lfmrtitl HcudreQ6 curt feqn vekcjrl here Saturday wlifa a fui dlcW ytie cise of E B j Haldfeet vs Mrs Ann OheuthAtu which vva5 a fruit to recover duraaga for a hog ailegid to have cen 1riUby Rjbdrd Gh at1am ie uted 10 a hungjjury Ia ibis case liV D Claybrooke jp ere3 for the paiutiff and W r THatV vav good name for Scotts JSmiiilsion Children are Eke youp j plants Some will grow in iolrdinaiy soil Others need fertilizers Tile nature of some children Jireyents1 them from thrlying On ordinary Job d Spch clbil fdrenvgro righ tiLtreatfed right All they need sa little ler tili craiiUIetm richness ScotFs Emulsion is the right treatment Fertilizers jiiake thingsgrow Thdt justyhat Sott Emulsion 49es lIjiakes hildrin- grbw inflhgrozintthnth rov rich blood groih mind grawiiappy Thatstv1iat we mal e it foh Send foe free sample f ehh4og PraTt Stfr Y asoae1fvjgisUI t c ThoEIuaon Ilavo Always Bought and whc1Iins been 1i t flsO f r over 30 ears hat borne tie sigi ttiiro of Couaierfclts Imitations anft JustaggootV x1mnen3 that trifle with ajad cntlanger lie Ji jttU pf In int3 CliUdrenE pericncG agnst1xi44zentp Wht is 4STQRA 1d2 is a Khfriilfess sIihffltuno for Cottt Oil Pare r bric Drops and Soothing fSyjCup It te Pleasant It contdiiis neithol1 Opium M6rrhino norootbJer uljstnucc Itiacjisre is its gtiiiranteo It ctdirtroya Worins arid allays Feverishness It c Dlarrliosa and Svind- CoU 4 it relieves Teething TrbubleS cures Constipation Jriatulfiricy Et asslmilatqs the rood regulates the Stortincli and Bowels giving licalthy and natural sloop Tlie Jliildren3 Paaaoca Tho Mothets Friend fUNE CASTRIA ALWAYS Bears tlie Siknature of Tli6 Kind You Hav Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TI MURY NW YOII I 5L p Grfesby for defendant The cise of Robert Snvdervs Gab eightly which was brought to recover for ting a crop ot wieat in 1896 the juy returned verdict of eight dollars for plaintiff Grig for plaintiff Clavbttok0 for defendant The commonwealih vs Tim charged wi h a breacij of the peace was tric1 and acquitled Thecase of Gi M Smothers ys 32 K Bishop an agreed judge ment of nine dollars for plaintiff The case of Nicholson vs Nichol son was continued o the next egut term Richard Riley vs John Shirley was tried at1 the raststejrmof court and plaintiff Secured a verdict of thrte dollars Shrley mad tft motion for a new trial which was granted him Tbd case iis to be disposed of Saturday October 19 at Willis tjurg fMiss Lulie Rush died at her home at Chaplin on Saturday mprning October 5 1901 after a short illness of typhoid fever Appropriate funeral services conducted at the Rush home on Sunday eyening by Rev Baker of the Christian church and the rerprios were laid away in the town cemetery The mo her Mrs CRush is just recovering from a severe attack oftypbofd fever The death of daughter is a severe blow to her Messrs Wiliett and Jim Rush were notified of their sisters critical illness and ic turned from Oklahoma just in time to see her before she died Deceased was a beauiiful and accomplished twenty one years old She vas a consistent mew ber of the Christian burch oad presided at the organ thefor many years She had an exr tensive acquaintance and was toyed by all The bereaved familv harje our heartfelt sym 14thy MOORES71LLE From our Ilegillar Correapondent Bpru on lo the wie of Geo H Chester a 10 Ib boy Dee 3row sold to John A Tucker a horso mule colt for 3750 Mr Jeff Smith sold to E G Boblit a tract of land containing 20 acres more or loss for 1300 It is very ivclliwproved- Candidates are huatiiug around It looks lUre it is going It be a warm contest where there is opposition Mri Hunter Bush is announced ais acandidute for Magistrate this and Brufeh GrOve precinct flisioppon ut is Mr 0ohn Gor don Both are nidh gentlemen either one would make us a good Ala istrate Tafcetynur choice uthCR Boblit rt of Jxuisville visltedMiis moiberilastweHk He is liolesale house of J Bacon SlSoifs aha Mtzorcsville anfi Cone Nek plarinot gf- tLs aliaf WooreJvlUe October l2tt2clockpw Mist5Magje OoatLey of Valleyl MIsLdiisoStt1e rver4l ruf youu m oiaic- in qexcursoi laLuiday Mr Logan Sjfeban H hayUg- addhinrin bujrtjd his hoa e The Jfelson a ly Showed t and has been raaaQ under his per sofialsunervision slpco its infhncy Allow naoho to dGcoivo you in this All fare btife and Narcotio iies and by Mitchell were tier and October 4th aj large an appreciative audience last Tuesday night Mr Sherweod Weakly has re irovad fo Mooresville He gave he young folks a party las Wednesday right Everything passed off quietly Mrs Rebecca 3oatloy has sold Iii farm and will remove to Springfield aboijt November 1st Sjhe will sell her peronal prop ehy October 24 at 10 oclock am Col R E Whayne auc t oneer Mr James B Smith will re n otfeto Louisville about Christ rias We wish him SUCCJES Large crowds are attending tre protracted meting at New I ope Baptist church A pary of hay riders from Springfield passed Through here If st Saturday en route vo Bloom fijld They returned in the even ifeiMr Thos Sveeney will re n ove to the Jqho A Tucker fsirm some time in Novernb1 r Mr V7 S Good hiia gone to I sxington Cmcnnati and Lou i yule He will he gone ten days HILLSBORO From our Regular Correspondent Mr Dais Settjles ynd wife of 1exas are visiting fie latters areuts Mr and Mrs Shew inker Mrs Emily Wilson Mary hpuspson Emma Leachnno tnd Annie Gtdl y spe t Fiiday kith Mis Julia Lejciiman Mr WilUara Bert and charm ing daughter Mi s Bottle of Vajiide are ha guts of Mr iind Mr Thomas Sutherland Mr John Leachman artd wife ave returned from a visit to heir daughter Mrs Bertha filler hear Danville v Mrs Ada Wilder after avisit vitn her sister Mr DOIM Shields has retried taljerIiomc LuuivJl Dr A C Shields has so d iisi farm to Mr Prank Shew nuker f4i GuO Thomas ijdcllvby sold his farm TO P Athens Thin Jan Brer since the first npf16011100 of ncnsea thty vero vary irregular sul I hiptbuckbeefng dOvn palul in the aedomon Duriijg tOo part month I iavo ben tnklngWino of Careful and Thridforda BlackDrauK and I paused the mqnth Efvporiod without pMn for tho flrA time i17oe18 NAKweDAVi1 What Is life worth Jo a woman luflor lag like Nannie Devis suUergd Ye 4hero are women lnthbusandsof frolneit tto ay vho are bearing those terrlblo menstrual palnalii silence llyouaro 4 one of these we va it lo say that this ftIll bring you permanent rpIlet Con yoirseJ with the knoiIo4e IImt 1000000 women hveb completely cured by ol Cardu Theso worn en suffered from leaporrhoea irregular jnenscs headache backache and bearing down painsj Wfne cf Cnrdul will stop ail these aches and pains for you Purchase ia 100 bottle ol Wino ol Cardui today and take it the privncy ol yow horns glTIoftTTnIDfuTha MIftit to ULuoorA to Sit Armstron of Tatamsi for i o TtfjSunday Cop bch met athS piacb- tibiav 1a watr yttended and sveral tine speech s nere made among the speaker fire Rev W Tzri S theVland R v Humphry of Hodgensville Rev OveristTeefof Prryville OiMnith Peters of Mackville and Evan Rocers of thisplace J Odgorsof BrostbnrBMd writetr I had a very bed at aqkof kidney conjplaint arid tried Foleya Kidnejj Cure which gave me immediate relief and I was perfectly curedafter taislng ttvo botUes Be soVe you take Foieys TVood Wlmsatt I rRCDtRIGKTOWNF- i6in Our Special Correspondent Dr Haufeof Louisville visited Miss Mary Hamilton several days this week- MSsJohanie Thompson who has been visting her aunt here expects to leave for her home Friday Rev Stallingsand Montgom cry spent Sunday last as the guest of Mrs Jane Ross Rv liuckman assisted Father Hebneasy in the forty hours de votOn lust wvek Mrs Byron Croake visited her sister Mrs Yiakey ueir Spiiupfleld last week MUs Nora Bonia viitttd Mis Srllie Ross Thursday night lat veek Mrs M M Stuart did at herr home near here lust Suadiy niVht Mr and Mrs Tom Mattiogly were in Lebanon Mondiy Miss No lie Fields returned to her home in Linisville Tusday Mrs Caskv his returued to her home here after a few dys visit with her brother tu Loret o Mr Jte Willett vlsrbed hi paientshere last week J Mrs Rock FiliatroaV ami daughter Rose Mrs SS4Edm Uton and Mr S A Shauuty speLt Tuesday as the guest of Mis Mary Jroake Mr Vern Aubarry has return ed from St Tinceut with severe attack of tonsilua Mr Joan Thonpson was iri Dauyiile on Mooda Ii81iif1Jv 8ae FO- RTAXES By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and county of VaBhingtoi I will as Sheriff offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield on MONDAY OCTOBER 28 J01 at about oclock pm the following property 0180 much thereof as will satisfy the amount of tax and cost a towt t Pottsviile District Debo Boswoll for the years 1900 and 1901 amountof taxes and costs S930- Pottiviile Cpiored Mary Edolena hairs for the io9J to 1901 inclusive Amount of taxes ajd cost 810j5 H B POWELL Sheriff of Washington Co C Kelly feboiDistnct S G Hardes ty on land for years 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 taxes and coses 12800 BYRON CROAK D S w C Inacct Pent In Drazll I Should take n sninll gang of prnc tlcn1 coffee li liters from Ceylon Ayltlt godKl digestions to be not Afraid of KliiRganr ticlusnnd IJcrno flks to say otliln 6f the lear little mosquito 1 he writer had extracted during tour years in Brazil no less than 200 Rliis pars from uiijtniodtli every too miii of both feet The Portuguese Brazilians Italians nnd Spauinnls called it a iTe rcatlon on Sunday to dig thcm out of each others feet Of all the vile insects on earth the Berre flv ta the worst tiLe lujs her ep s limiJe your hush and lutchus thrre very Ufly insects an inch long with tlirfe rliirts of bristles tomid the body nod sharp nippers Tiny tike about six weeks to develop under your skin thon commence to turn souer Buultfi Just when you want io go to sleep after a hard days work in the sun The natives of Brazil adopt a novel way of extracting the lirntc When full grown They tie tin a piece of raw pork and the Berne comes out bt your skin and takes a Header Into the piece of pigskinrCcyfon Observer flae rer tWbby1 burst Into th6 hou e In itnte- of Msli excltemcntr Ells hands and clothIng wire smiared with liberal amOunt of seine sticky aubstqhce nod ild face voten iglorV of triumphant latlsfactJoL tsaj mamma those new people jcrosstbe way dont know much lie exclaimed Theyve got a sign on thjilr rout door that says Wet Poipt Vr a Ann you are covered TVltb It You ought tobtnsunniMl o2 yOurserft1 said hits mother severely That alga wns lutup to peopjeto ke p away train It Yes inainfnnViperslsted Jolby vltli the Mithuslasm of a richly re ynrdtdignilfc ntrajgajhor lmt Ita Wisfltt ltiWii- isj5rjs1OsdOUjIa pntenierTI idnltorTb PbP the jseiuith 1ioOt 4iiie rtbIg1ek tbautIiat4DTh AgQiit And between yon nnd meihoy nblocr In theIr paymentr tIai1ie evntaIndIannpoUwnrtifqfef bsenJcitfTyoar wflirpaper taketf frag- ent of It and pVtlt lir a solution ot ammonia it Arsenic Is Tmsseutj tho d AN EXPLANATION if youU tnakcfldUgdosi Vb youre IaaTsrrr idtith any dyIh inre alohy youre- yi hiilhaflIWC Anc1rerythAe1s dull and fl1st coo PcrhVQttlit W6veriter d1oo tion The came of oil time irmptSma which nppall joif rmile you reflect ia epite of Irrljtt oni That its nothltic but the hTtrt ill ioall Sad tijh d riotinj neither sorrow nor contritlcn tear Jroptf not imintiveot care Thy are product the meteorolpgical tltm extra rnottre thnt tim the air So its not in reason fortune chance reviling Oj to store ofhipptncss small For the inn out again ajain will becmlling Its dotting hut the weather otter all Watiuton Star SPlRITSLATWRITIN How the 3Ij terfxu Sentences Are ireimroa In Advance Spiritualistic elate writing Ifcleverl done always mnkos a uiarked Jmpres son on a magicians audience because it utterly bullies their efforts to detect thtf trick They Sec a small chbine suspended above the stage by means of curds or ribbons It bas un opcu front and is empty The magician turns it around so that every part of it may be seep and taps it inside and out with his wand to show that it Is hollow On a stand nearby ho has a small easel a common school slate a bottle of India iiik with a quill pea in it and a few sheets of ordinary white writing paper All these he passes around among the audience for examination lliun he tiNes a uhiet of the paper to tile slate by means of wafers plaeei the slate on trio easel and the easel In the trablnet together with the botHe of ink the latter having the pen still in it lEaving allowed the audience to aui the articlis thus arranged in the cabl net lit throws a large silk handkerchief over it Mysterious sounds an immediately heard and the cabinet shakes as if some thing thing lint en tcml it Wliun the sounds antI the shaking cease he removes the hand kerchief showing an inscription writ ten in bob black letters on the pape and the pen not In the ink bottle but lying on tin bottom of the cabinet Ito thou removes the paper from the slnt and passes it around for examination when the writing is immediately reeog lilzed as having been done with Iiiilii Ink The ixplnnatioq of the trick elm pie The vrltlng Was done in advance by the performer the fluid usyd bcin a solution of sulphuric acid of the pur est quality To make the solution 50 drops of the concentrated acid are add ed to onobuuce of littered water Writ Jug dune with this solution is Invisible until exposed to heat When ex posed it comes put perfectly black looking exactly like dried India ink The heat is applied by means of ai electric Current winning over wire with which the slate is wound The cords by which the cabinet is suspended con real ccpper wires which conduct the current to thje slate Rlick silkthreads Suitably attaVhcil enable tin performer to make tlupiounds in jthe cabinet to cause tire cabinet to tjinkc and to jeri yie pen out of the ink bottle Severn sheets of paper are prepared In mlvanop cadi with a different In scription the performer telling one in scription from another by iicecrotly intukrd pin pricks Xew York Herald KeplnR nt Tt There Is a very old but very good story about a boy who was enraged one winter lily in putting a ton of coal into a cellar Ills only implement was a small fire shovel Noticing this a Ixiipvolent old gentleman expressed surprise and commiseration My son said the cintlpinan you surely do not expect to put in all that coal with that littlo shovel Oh yes do replied the boy cheer silly All I have to do Is to keep ai it THierc is a lesson in this story for young axell old nud it is exemplified IL the lives of the grit inert of the world It a ralstake to suppose that the best work ethic world Is done by people ol great BtTrtijrfh oath ninny opportunities Keeping at it is the secret of success Exchange Ipt nondad Medicine An Atchisou druggist tells this story and declares that it Is true He hind tonsilitis but did not send for a thee tor as he hniw he would be nil right as ns tlie swelling broke But his wife was Worried and insisted on Bonding for a doctor When the doc toe arrived he looked tlirorgh his ineJi clne ciisi ant said he hail nothing suitable for the patient that the medi clot lur had wns for tin right side wlarer s the swelling in tlie throat was tin the lift slOe Then he hurried away to get his left handed medicine Atchi son Globe Cn chlnpr n Feminine PIeS Do yon really think there are men maid in the Certainly said the dime museum man Then why hasnt anybody besides you succeeded in catchlngone Because nobody else was smart enough to bait n hank with the latest style of IajiJjr t wan the answer WaaIngtqr TjieeSn Thing Miss rnijsay I dread to think of my fortieth birthday Mfs TPtfttrAVby Did something un plea flttT1polt tlicnrTltBits Tiii tonof Dead sea water thercjnre 1ST ponnds Of salt IJe l sea STed Itorraiiean 85 Atlantic SIT English minuet 72 Black sea Baltic 18 dud Caspian Fca 1- 1CONFECTiONSFROM GRAIN r KTieaJ nttd DfaltUavd In tlie Mnnu licturt of Candy A manufacturlhg plhnt In Xew Jer Ber foVmcri used hs a Manilla paper pill is now operated by corporntiou engaged In the unique Industry of mak ing confections runt whcat and malt nbqtit tholastmrttcrfaUyfiS thus world 3iie tj0ultlexpect to itmjln candy In Jtli9 processIsin proper Viroportlons Tlien it coofc ff4ijjsli fronTTYhlclj a thru Mrup Is squeezed by Jiyilrnullc presses anti loudiicted to a great iron evaporator ILence the flTrtip 1s WiftleflIn ptpes to it vacujampanx Here It Is TigorouBiy itlrredt feiifl fnrytep evnjiofiilcil TliO l5hchaffeirtipls drawn difTntoliiTr ilgllow tiifeparis where It Js qoolcd Uid hardened Ilata or flavored wHh leppermtnt the njasa Is n rlcli golden iiown lit color Combined wllli clioeo atvJt ia dark us the faminarscaraaid In thccaady chops licii a1aicli of gopdsjs needed for to market the stccb in the pans Is o1911into33l5u tnd hftfl 1 surrounded by a steam ncotitlsiretluccd Uy ueat to the consistency of taify at an lijtfashloned candy pujl SkIlled vorkm3n shape the mass TntuJ lon strips t1iat1he like golden snkII onTrt bqanf table Tiey itre fed to a cutting machlnejn noisy little mongter with an Insatiable appetite for sweets You could almost covgr the jnnchine with a lint yetjt turns out malt creamlets nearly sis fast ha a Maxim gUrf hUrls a etorul of lethL Tile boyd wlfb cjtrry the cfoiuu lets from the machine to the tflblea where they are wrapped have little time for meditatlon Cbautauqua Her nld EDITOR STOREYS NOTION Thfcorr on Wkleh He Hemltted Fine and Rataea a flalnrr j I was slashing copy on old Storeys Chicago Times many years ago said one of the guests at u reunion dinner We lad a correspondent jn an Illinois town wfro simply would not schedule hik matter but as be generally sent good stuff we let him run on slashing his stun to suit the exigencies of the night Besides his stuff always sug Tgestid good headlines and that was one of Storeys hobbleS On one occasion the correspondent sent up about words which went into 100 with nothing over On the 10Q words I constructed a headline which was right up to the mark The next flay was instructed to tell the man who made out the checks for the cotta try correspondents to knock 95 off the correspondents pay When he received his check he wrote to Mr Storey saying tLat under ordinary circumstances he wouldnt kick about the deduction but in this particular instance he lid because tbb fool headline over the Item made by a fool telegraph editor had infuriated tile man whose name was mentioned in the dispatch anti brought on a fight be tween him and the correspondent the remit of which was that the corre spondent was fined 5 in the police courtSMr Storey was a very lust man wIno you got at him the right way IK Instructed the cashier to send the eunxspondent the amount of the line and raised my salary because the head Use I wrote had caused a row That was his isiy of encouraging n head line writerNew York Sun CitieS Without Slump Berlin has none of the horrible arena which disgrace London and so many 6tlier English towns Even in the poor est iiarters the dwellings are good the streets well paved clean and com paratively wide It also has no sluing in the English tense of the word Kioto in Japan nod Sevastopol in RussIa both boast an absence of slums unit paupers In England the largest manufacturing town which Is free from this reproach Is probably IIuddersfleliL anti after that would come Learning toji Spaand London by the Sea Pear sons Weekly There They Were I am here gentlemen explained the pickpocket to his fellow prisoners as the result of a moment of abstraction And I am here sn5d the Incendiary because of an unfortunate habit of making light of things And I said the forger on account of a simple desire to make a name for myself vAid I added the burglar through nothing but taking advantage of an opening which offered In a large mer cantile establishment liz town Ivaa sab City Independent Steeping Room In all sleeping apartments where ptt s used In the interest of health an uuiuvcnd painted margin should en tirely surround the room so as to pre vent tin accumulation of dust possibly containing dangerous microbes in thft cracks If this border Is regularly washed with tfater containing a disin fectant it will also Hid materially tu purifying the rooEo ttt OVerelirted I suppose said this effusive lady who was visiting the MeelUons Vthat your wifeis sure that she has the best hutband that ever lived Yes answered Meekton with ioine tljlng lIke a sigh But nt the nine tUne I dont believe she thinks that is saying much for me Washington Stat AilTlee Prom Wily Tp Understand me said the balloon to the paraihute wouldnt for the world OTicourato drinking habits in the young anti innocent but at the same time deut think n drop would hurt you In the least WluMeiiion tIle parachute dropped Cleveland Plain Dealer In niedlreml times the best perfumes wore made In France and Italy the o ffiqulr1ngIlexterity pcRSQssing many secret methods of niiiuufacturo S500 Worth Free FREE HOME TREATMENT Eczema Old Sores and Indignant Ulcers Scrofula Varicose Ulcers Fistula poBlUely cured Aljo nil skin dlMuc audi as etmele ba autiljfromdUcatcs can poriUveJy be cnrtdtrtUi anfier mans Germicide soap We nuatitS o net any of the above diseases with the tUe of out soap alone orwe will refund jrotfr money Tfra raost marvelous remedy sad curative powrpf aemise4mmi to five weeks the worst ca eNo motheshould 1wIthout eake gf annerraan Germicide Soap Par disease oL the pelvic region which cause ar many reflex effect o the head stomach and heart and in fact de range the whole system thtputcomc of which Is Gleet l ueorrebceu and derangement of theCenitoUrinary organs this soap has neret known to fait It wilVcure For baby rath and red sun it has no eqiinl and makes the skin summer soft timeIWe give full instructions with our free trill treatment and furnish enough soap free to demonstrate to you beyond all questIon that you can be ceted You can treat 7oetaelf Id the privacy of your own home without the an noysnee of vtsitthg the doctorztd thenuwI edge of yournelghbora and frieida Here fs one of a few Wth thousands tlmonlals we ire receiring ererjr day WIlliam BannennanMr I have been troubled with ecstma fotthe J peat I baYe tried cyofyThi t3t251 couidgettiO relief I wirrrtcoqtl1elldtd lour soap which I dldmna it hasctfredn re hirely t cPnDOtVTIM it tad big1l17 recommend to anyone trouble with eezea- rYCX7tmJild f iScottjV BloMborgr Pa Tb o Co For piles internal exteAaVorothef reetat dueaacs our sapNpoiryJsainegnalled eer failing t cure the wors cases rpiles inlrpw the to eight p lca lye also fnrnisVo free trial treatment of this wpnderful remedy and when iuUjjreatment is takenjwe have never known itlo fall WRITE TODAST i If you wnntto well quickly write to the nannerman Institute tatS Clark 8t Clues go Ill Send ten cents fa stamps for pbstf ge nod we will send you fie altiltbiolttreatment freA frotn our t chargeyou nothlnrforthetrinj treitmeht and nlitn roq find tlat we hays rerseiii tht ate honeit Savethe meritclnThiedfpvthetitaffd will cure you the low price we charge for d ditlonal treatment will amtjuhr o riothirrir compared to what ypiT ta mint Adxlicsa or call r 7t173Islti SI5rsecjProgres 4 Promotes tgc6ii ma Insurance 1q ft W M6ELROY T AGENT pe1d Iavint LljjlSOTIIRN nvestiiien wOfflfl AtiW4 Two Car Loads of kggie And Pheatons BuwJDi g Wagons and other vehMe w now have on hand and theie more coming Come let us W you out with a new- bhggJ OjOy1Prices FOR EARLY PLOWING 4 You will heed a good plow Th fi j nothing that equals the g ntiine OLiyS ageitJWeWe keep FEED and SEEIJSb apd p CASH for grain h THOMPSON II SPRINGFIELD KY WILLIAM JMINLEY His Life nd Work BY Gen Charles H Grosvenor Presidents life Ions Fjiencl Corn radein war and Colleaga irjOongre Was near his side with other great nun when his eyea weie closed in leath hollowed the bier to the National Capitol and to Canton The ehrel requires a share Of the pro coeds of aia book to bb devoted to a McKinley monument rand Tons every subscriber becomes a contrib utor to this fund Millions ot copies will be sold Mverybody willbny ty Orders for the asking Noqody will refuse Elegant Photogravure For trait of President McKinleys last pie tare taken at the White Rome You an eyeily end quickly cleer 8l00t- alring ordejs Order outfit qui k Chance to proye success secure resir ly contracts and become matiag sr sand 12 2 cent stamps for elegant prospectus Taking 10 to 50 ordure Jaijy 50000 copies will be sold in this yicinity KENTUCKYS GREAT TROTS Lexington Ky j OCTOBER 8 to 1 STAKES 120000 Mathes PURSES Specials TilE WORLDS BEST RICKS 316000 Ky Futurity Tuesday Octobers 30000 AbbotBoralma Match Wed nesday Oct 9 s 86000 Transylvdriia Tfaurtday Oct Futurity Friday Oct 11 910OOOt Louisville Prize Monday Oct 1L Big Stakes daily All the crack horses Grand concerts daily Flail fare ouralljoada PUBLIOSALB- Iwiljorf TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 1001 At 9 oclock am on the form knoWn as the llamas Yates farm 4 miles from Springfield oa Cartwrighta Creek offer for saleUo the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property Three head of good work horses 1 work mule Xcomblned inarej 2 cOWS and calves S dry cows twoyear old aters goodgcade itoyarOldhe- 1fe1 1 three year old Shdirtbpn bull 7 head good butcher cattle one splendid brood sow and 0 pIgs Jl2 feeding bogs 65 acres torn lin field about 2000 bondleftpats 65 acres jtalik fold with i8 acres grazing grass in field 1 twohoiae wrgon V rij g wagon I buggy gobH aa new ai id hamneas also household nnff hitCh arnltorci SiS j TermarrAll sums of W and Und- nisxopta LIme withmncrestfrodatstnegytkt- ble npabro In tither bank 1 Spriflgfhl GOTWEST5C- o1 IE WhayneAnotio eer X4 t0Chits 1Wossmtir EypnstQwn it- writeshY b y yoars Old baa vero OodwhfchrOfllSed oeIlcoitir- romen tinJl cc triol Ioletfs7 iioneaua rar Iithts cothplotdly cured before usefiig oinl toLtLe Take none butJPplwB 0IeYS Honey nx Tir I a p isC WHARTON Real Rste and IBsurailce gt h Read this lit ands eiC ihm is anything upon it tbatyOultlffV lf td write for fur her n Hicu jjJns a d you will be Asswereft jn- full Write prora ily BS any of them are tiers to be sod and at any time iryou dontsee whit you uant hara hand this to ybiui reighbor and write toe as i haVk ojliHrs atfd will be glad lo atf- jswor you I have refaspdeV lyr ihry tpatvin toy judprm rit yfflsr iirceaabve tIe market cur left rf its cla arid thoco Y that Lave listed lreir faFswWf Irue wattto sell badly jipt teZ lIr cause they Want apriUtbit hera t some of tht rn vrprtr to- go into otter briHnpss a3 oth ers beed ilie money anTj tifts your chance ffrr hirgimR X arn prepared to fillVpar demHtfcf No 3o9 Jtcfit fain 1 rnile frtra Springfivld on a good rt aill Th5 farm is in high state of catiyLtou ha a houSfe with 8 rooms 2 bal1sahI4 ueccssatv nntbiiTldinjj firstclass tobacc j land and will Ccrtairjlvgiaakc Boiae one t fine home 9 1 No3 216acr fatm 2 niilciifrom Springfield on pike SIfairly KOoStlTrli stateofcultl1ration No 6 137 acjr faruisSJJmiWig Springfield laud in fine atc pul tlvation first clans farm hou 5 2 stgry 8 roonis nallsfinet vvcll good bans and crib and all outbuildings Prce 3755 bab NojlO Fanm pf 304acres goodim provementz well fence aurra1ered- Price4O per acre Ho Xfc 304 aCTe fallfl fromVSpfingfiefd J first class brick house 8 rooms 3 nallsr jjbpi atoca4 tobacco barn jcrib andjjrauer3rwelll fenced price 40 per are j J No if idO icre farm 7 miles froiiL jSgnirif field at Texas small wellingk and barn fiiie land all iii RrassJ jti 3SteTratrC t Noi3 iOae farm 6 miles from Springfield all improrctcxcpthoSse rateh Blattd price 40 No14138 aCre farm inifesJrom Sprnfield Good 6 ropm welin hode large stock and tobacco bari price 25 per acreTLYois S2a acre farjn 6 miles frorii Springfield good dweHibg bpnse 7 raomsf large sipck and tobaccovbarnV first class tenatTt house gxood ldprice pet acre Q i No16 277 act5 farm 10 mulesfroin ipriiigfield new iinproyexawit tstdfavery Wndrtfppd tenant hose and tobacco barniTiear good jjchool1 atii V ilmrch price 25 pcracre SNo 17 01 ac farm mll6fi9pnrigeJdy good improfcioedtVof iyerj 3cindt hood state of cnltiVation aear schoOl church or postofflcVt prlca 2Seiacre N20 146 acre fin frorn Springfield jood S roein dwellingS IrfC tptrj- N14 Cl1tIli e tb of cultivation price 30 per acre a prbfieIrcn Ofin iod MciJratne house 7 rooms0 go scJubrn4 and tobacco bar n well fenced and w r4ccjiice 82S per acic 11 hcefarm 6 boasgod4L1ssNQ 2t 359acre farm 6 mIIew from 6gc ngfieidottplie good two 5stry- fratneliouae stock knd tobaccobariIs well wateredLaJd fenced wpst Jtf j grass p ric lo PacrJr Aid p T7Jw 9 l TL = cLI Im I IBW01 lI4I ENT DENTIST TH EXTRACTED v rITHOUT PAIN I 4 OFCEup Block up stIrs i P GtlEl k- Yuptl s Work Strictly rc T1rirktcIss- ijI lc il Jr = o HJIfl fiORD- S r 1STf1Is1TK Ji IonIcxrfERtjlJupIlnUk 1 Pn it l tiG LDrKY R it L TON sti r1 l IoIcEf JItIn 9HusQ Ij DR 1 S MOCK lo JbBpl1INGFJELDKY F 6 DrJ Rh rt foi- ziJr offices iver Peoples Deposit l Bank Office hours 12jto 2Vm Nf RrcrS 4rt T MEi i LAW- s I OMce oVeryepploBanti IjpI4oJELD Y iWoEF r r t o rhI1nlisb fg 1folier Mills 1et1I1t1t t i- cIs W running and we SOl i1i l tll p tonage ofItnt tbSpublic1 SestfFlout and Meal l GriSh taken in exchange io igl t3 me alA ISopaycash o for r nYo will be wed on at the mill by the cvet jlJ r Wm J Sutlirland better known ta IDQl r iA TOHNBRNSPrp I tjUI t 2J J 4ra EOLEvKNEW HIM 3cwasLagthnthiao flour iP 1anderMDNn of flour 1t1ibn rke- tbrnde4cLWuhthgton Mount Vernon yoid itbouioeky No question was eve Tas3dTto torweiSllt o B feafltPorbt3JEJastcrj6oll3 on iti repu l UottetwywhrareJ AU the buyer wants be eertain of Is tht the p1astoriared togo 1rftationJBpbteris tli beet form of external ronx edj ana BShsohsia the b st plaster 5000 einuItitndeja0f 9 a tit GConn1aietna ad iann1ati5n fiJUurehf orgripPJiefrMttiMU uI iDocum rreughnIng pIzatera ojuste =n L fare TaaUw J iJJ uBen6naIn omethIonrithHplasters Europe ca Benson pPorsalabypa7p6tage on any number ordered in the h8eaburytTohnson NOTICE J a WASHINGTON CIRCUIT qOUKT Ct ftirfc v W F Nctaso of r Lankior b VB1 fj Jl 1 A 1adkforc T r rStf1 Jlank foranoifl toirovq efiettf lclaims Jefor 1 imv otticeiLJptmg1eJdon or joiore- tJctJb1nlst1901JL Ifd TaosW SIMMS JRe1tf rrJM CW q C 14 uJ 7tqNotice to Taxpayers bptil persons indebted to myself or deputies for taxes Mor the Vears 1893 1899 und 1900 are fcirebjrr Qllfied jbhat unless set T nilencjjlnjt Is wade within enext1- JW CO dajystheir property will be ad t yertised and soldB Further in- ulgcncecannot he iveThe- ataxesV fdrri901 are now due and I ari Jet4Y to T cal V 4he sa eE1n al oSif illy 271901 P ti t erJrIGajii fi iiuJles LIo on SIdn e z ErnpUoiis Blotches dtdre i Pimple tQ itbaytbem- orwiiny who tJei8thfitie EcrfnTa rSdltRfjeumI vanish beJdre it It cufes sofe hptlf phtpped ndS chilhlaiDP r imftlHbJifor Pilesf Sc at Hay d 1fIRpber Uons 1rugsttore 1 kddAys rcI tlfJI wkt RtL tNrfl t 3 fre EeeFEEfEio EiiIIrE Iif e 111 3ita3 OUrTOWNG 3 Lplest Iin fall miliinert tIMans eJdS Fres1LJish and oysers eve ry liridayMJ4 Spaders tettyflOWStYIeS of dress goc d skirtsand suts at Mansfields 3131T First class seed wheat for s lie atThompson Lakes Laretockpiettyiiw styles f1adlpsclcksi at Mansfield cpne Curtis and Reed pbae JQ1i Jale Appiy to John C hader vJTi r i LcIVshoes that fit wlI ear svelkaud look well at Maihs fie1d h Tresh Bread baked daily oni a1e Five cents per loaf or ix loaves for a quarter J A Shader The new parsonage being bijiiltl iy the Baptist church on their is nearly completed and rill j eat aad comfortable r siadence Mausfield is snowng a v ry large and attractive line oftt tailor made suits elegant skirts and waists fine dress goods cdt110a1ts t J 11lS B Thompsons sale of wve- tok slichlooIrJ place ypstjei day was well attended and prices 0t ruled high We will give auB report of the sales next week FQR SALEFirst class fjrm f 190 acres near railroad ridt turn pike conVenieut tochursh s and schools For particol ars apply to W K Marks at Iuni3r yard 6 rtThe Springfield and Baith- woBov1icg Ciubswillha ma h game fit the local alt iTbursdiyhi evenngt fameshculd prove an interesting ne The Methodist Conference ha assigned to this church at thi laeeAKev S T Stiles to sue ceed KfeV C E Prather who is sfven change of a church in wensbq1oMrGCWinrton the fpal tate agenUsold This wed for Joe MintonJJiR farm in Marion eunty consisting of 220 acres to M Elder of Wcodford contyI rice 6100 Since purchasing my fall stock goods I have decided to move away prom tp ingfield and tliere re I will offtr my store louse ill cf new fall goods during the months of October Nove b rlDecember at very reduced prices all must be sold by 19 2 Jh stieldtMr J H Harmon tleaknown blacksmith has thcest hog we have heard of n the county The porker weig s beI ween SOl and 900 pounds and bas just begun jo fatten Mr rmon says that he expects to l ut on at least two hundred pounds yet before he will have is hog readv to butcherI The Dixie Belles Concer Com any has been engaged to appear Jho Opera House this place onI the evening of Thursday Octo it24lh This company is under I manSigeaVent of Mr DLong Rice and is strictly hig clil5Sr company They give a p ogram unique in its conceplioi and tbrilfingly interesting ami have always drawn crowded tiouses one can afford tomi s this ntqrt meet The Washington Count Tele phone Go has begun ex ensive improvements in its lines and a etter service will be given the i patrons Mr Phil M Chord who is a young man of p actical t experience in the tel phone business has been engaged as- anager aud he has gone to work toiput the line m first cia 33 con dition A new and lajge ex cha ge board has been crd redj ntthe lines will be overhauled andnew instruments put in The lines will be extended to ther points also and s Jbscrib ers wilt soon be enabled td talk to Louisville and other distant points over tbO line Rev Father C H cKenna who is todelvier his fatn us lee ure enlitied1 The Mysrerieof f ho Confessional at tht Opera flousanextSundav4nig rtOctp ber 15tb Is an orator of nation al reputation THe prot Beds off bis lecture here Will b a for the benefit to BtDonbiriics 3atliblit- burch i pdthtlOpera HoiiJfe oh1 1 the eveniDgof his 1eLui e sbrottflt be crowded Ieteryect seats way bo secur i at Haydcn andi Robertsons crug store A purt ofr the iftdrnoon of Friday the last day of the acbe s Institutet was devoted exercises rendered by theII p who graduated from the InatioDe CSCS o speeches recitations and essays which weiJ greVtly enjoyed The graduates numbered ten but oily six of these were present to receive their diplomas Those present wereJohnandJoe Polio Cordie Nelson Annie Clarkson Katie Ballard and Mrs EvaI Paine Sifcith The first named of these was also the winner Of the medal given by Supti Bush to the one obtaining the highest aerage After the diplomas were presented tha graduates were addressed by Mr W FtNeibirk whoibadsofarrecoyered from the shock he hadreceived short time before that he was able to give an address that hek the interest and attention of his audience Supt Bush renewed his cffer of five dollars to theone obtarning the highest average at he January examioaiion Mrii J W Staling also offered a premium of thre dollars for the best paper on arithmetic Th terms of this offer as stated atlthe Institute have since been hanged so as to allow all of theJ present graduates to contest provided they are still pupils ofI he common school b 2 IeTheIe I the Republican nominee for Rtp reseutatiye in the Kertucky Legislature for Washington county Mr W Frol Grigsby Mr Grigsby is a young man whol y his own efforts and individual merit has by making the Lest of is opportunities won for himself he respect and admiration ofl Il with whom be has come intconltact Mr Grigsby is endeavoring toI a thoiough canvass of thet county and bis many friends in both political parties are illvIing to his support if elected we have no heoitancy in predic ting that be will prove to eaIRepresentative oL whom the people of Washington county may well be proud HaganPaterson Mr William W Hagan of this place and Miss Annie May Pater son of Adairville Ky were mar ried at the home of the bride on last Saturday On Thursday evening he and MrsHagan came to this place whore they will make their future home with the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Fred Hahn The bride is beautiful and accomplished acd i has been a popular favorite at her old home and b as all eady made many friends here Mr Hagan is a popular Springfield boh and has a responsible position with l the Louisville firm of Brenuan and Co House lop Sale I wish to sell my house and lot in Springfield near the L N depot House contains eight rooms There is about one acre of ground on lot fine sriagtwo stables good garden and all nee essary improvements For fur thor particulars call 6n or ad dres3 J A Hendren Springfield Ky 4 Tor Rent House with lot containing 2 acres of ground situated b1he Bloomfield pike 2 miles from town Good house witb all nee cessary btriotfildings F terms and further particulars fllpply to or Address Mrs Emma Dorsey Springfield Ky TTT I 1ftnli RevRE C Larson Went to Dai villa yesterday + iMr and Mrs C 6McCbord are in Louisville this week 1 H Tbnrman was in Loxuigtbn the first of the week Mrs Ben ftaydon IS visiting her daughter in Bardwn jjJ IIMfss Clara Hurst of Louisville iIs visiting relatives here JohnS McElroy Is at the Mc IMis Infirmary at Lebanon Mr E S Mayes attended tbS Pres bytery at Middlesboro last week Capt W O Reed attended the Hpree Sbow In Louisville last week Mr J K Walls is attending the trotting races at Lexington this week Mr John T Campbell and wife or New York are visiting relatives rn tie connty Mrr F P Mnllikin of Covlngton is visiting herdaughter Mrs J W Allenenear town oMrs A C McElroy and Col John ItMcElroy have returned from a visit to relatives in Kansas CityfMiis Annie D Grundy after an ex- ended viuit to friends and relatives In Louisville and Eminence returned home Saturday Mr Reel Foster who with his mother and sister have recently moved to town from Tdtham Springs has accented a position In the First National Bank Mr and Mrs John Rowland of Bardstown were at Mr J J McCabes last week Mr Rowland was at the depot in tbe place of Mr Allen who was off on a little visit The following young people com posdd a bowling party which was given on last Monday night Misses Lizzie Waters Mary MoEJroy Esther Boulware Eleanor McBhtiy tad Zana Molslroy and Messrs Charles Greene Glenn CWood Archie Mayes Sebe Mays and Ornreby Wharton S S Convention The annual meting of the Washinglon Coiiuty Sunday t School Association was held at Hillsborv clinch Saturday Oc tober 5th Ene convention was called to order by ihe County President F MJianiD after ffliioDiJeynMifti exercises were conducted by Rey W T Overstreet Rev W Ezra c Sutherlandwelcomed the eon Po venion in a neat little speech and Mr Evan Rogers rerponded in his bappy and hearty strain Oily a few of the schools in the county were represented and only few reports were received The rel ition of Parent to the 1utday1nssedRev W T Overstreet and Evan Rogers M Rey C A Humphrey made Dan excellent address on the Necessary Requirement for a 0ive11ofspiritual life among S R workSerg and for practical work in allSlines After which the conven ion adjourned for dinnerWThis dinner deserves special notice It was an ideal lunch in the way of excellent bread andSmeat salads pickles and cakes t was served in an elegant aim plicity and abundance and the women were thus entitled to rngjiy compliments The afternoon session was opened by devotional services by Rev C A Humphrey The County Secretary T J Settles made bis report which was very interesting anden couraging after which a collection f of 5300 wlis taken up for the work The Superintendent and his school was discussed by Mi Wilbur Peter iin a very able man uer wMrwasI wasito Rev W Ezra Sutherland addressed the audience on The Sunday School Teacher and his themeSwas beautifully han died Rev W T Overstreet ad dressed the convention in a thrilling talk on th3 Work of Ky S S Association The following officeid w renamed for the ensuing year F M Martin President T J Settles Secretary Elders W M Stallings R E C Lawson W Ezra Sutherldud and Mr Wilbur Peter Executive Committee The following resolutions were unanimously adopted Resolved That we appreciate tne efforts of the officers of this Association to make the 81 S work ol the county a success and a recommend an earnest and hearty cooperatlOn of all the S S workers Qf the county with- tknlJ to make the cbmltfg year out most prosperous obo itf the history of tIe c nvetitibn Resolyccf That a Vote cf thinks be teodet Wr Jay L GTtrRE0 H 6N TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 AT 8 PM TheYerytoCHMcKepaOf Will deliver at the Qpera House Springfield Kyi his famous lecture TThee Mysteries of tietJ GCoofessioiial iswsiln citifthefor churchRevof all denominations to attend Tickets ondsale at Haydon Robertsons Drug Store P F HENNESSY Pastor ssssssss sosrCollegeI I Splpndidly equipped Boarding chonl Full corps of excellent Teachers Uptodate work done in Art Music Elocution Literary Academic and Collese Courser 4 Normal Commercial and Business Department Confers If g the u qal Literary Degrees PnCfs moderate Opens September 1901 HJ GREEN WELL Prey Shewmaker during the conven on rind special thinks due the uol r Resolved That we extend our tanks to the peope of Hilleboro neighborhood for their kind treatment and hospitable provia ions made for the convention LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un alled foV in the Springfield Ky toffice for tlip week endiug October 10 1001 Mrs Grace Boyle Miss NannU Bsll Mr E A Boblett Jessie Cropper T Dun more C Taylor M Gordon M Trent Fizzle Spaulding iiy B Stone Cora Harris M Riley Frank Pretty A Peyjon ora Olive Mattie Newton Mattingly arah OBanon Otta Kulue ill Johnson Lizzie Humphry Sob Grundy ophe Jeans When caning ior tfrese letter please say Advertised W A Waters P M WILLISBURU From our Regular Correspondent Messrs A B WelJa andE D Sutherland our merchants of this place have just returned from Louisville Miss Lulu Wilson Miss Ids Birch Jerome Wells and J W Sharp attended county court in Harrod bur last Monday Mrs W M Hyatt nas returned from Nelson county where she as the guest of her mother MrF rritt John Turner caPe I in Cornish vllle Sunday to see iiis many Mends Miss Della Noel of this place and Mr Ivan of Corey of Tathem Springs were quietly married on Sunday evening at the home of Elder Yancey in Mackyille Your correspondent extends many cor gratulations to the happy couple Mr Ruel Foster of Springfield fortaelly of Tatbam Springs paid our town a isiflBst Sunday Mr Oscar May s cf Lit kraore Mercer county visitedhis grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Mayes last week MisSDella Williams of Polm has returned home after an ex tended visit to her sister Mrs John McIIvoyi Mrt WW Wheeler has returned his home in Cornishvi1le aftar few days vYsit in ourtownv OA1 FHA tor n U ire ft KYJlflIYtAIQJiIIH 1ie rst1d r J f INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS Toachcps af the jounfy Hold an Interesting Institute Session TTLe inial sssicn of the 1ea hers Institute wai held J at the Public School bUilding dur Erg the week beginning Sept 20 Tuo first part ot Mondays ses sion was tak n upii norjjaniz ng Supt J W Bushacted as Chairman and Mr C W SaIlings was ulanamouslv elected Sicrelarv rhe Institutewas addressei by ProtJ A Baler of Bqwlinp Green was was introduced to the body as Instructor He outlined hi phn of work for th week and impressed upon tae teachers thoir duiies is num bers of the boir ofspeciaiinterest WdSIs of punishment tobe used waS Iconsidered aImajority of the teashsrs hive reiurfed to the old aud tried methpl iho use of the rod as a rast resort for evildoingIThE Mlue of the Word method in trathin reading was estab fished bf the oxpsrieheo of teachers who have adopted this planThe relative merits of Oral and Written Spallmg and of tUe Slant and Vertical Sstem of Penmanship were discussea at some length J A discussion irf which much interest vas taken was that on Psvohology The growth end developement t of the faculties of the wind was illustrated by dUT grams on the board The many difficulties in the way of grading a school was considered and tile sense of the IL stiiute was found to be that a bettor school law was much need ed A law that provides a Lbejadvocated as a moans to accom plish this end- A paoer on Educationa Fads was read by Prbft Bader and much enjoyed by all Many topics too numerous for more ttmn a passing notice wIth in the limits of a newspaper ar ticle camo under consideration and they were passed much too quickly for those interested in new ideas And advanced thought everY1muchvcor t given the Jtstltule by the Instructor anti many expressed the wish that his services be Se cured for the next session Before adjourning the teach ers voted to extent an inviiatI n lto tha Teachers AssoctaioiaLi of the Fun rth OjngressiotiaTDis trfcj to hpld their solj anlaual Jhispi ayTbsbt3dyuVaetlngt at BJstoRn d8vr- MB l9 aadf wil- ltefl1edlaot p oJyiblV beat v bt otfr teachersY t 1 ill i 4tfI r i iL I foleys Horsey ait iratchJlfkefhllcljJreNo l YT j LEAJIt1 V rr1ngOur stock or DrssQoodS i dude Jl g e tarletYofrF01 eigi and Domes t Fabrics in StormSergs5Oc lP l per t YdVJeltonetts6Qc to L50 per yq SQIeils to 12E per ycLruielI iS v 60b to I50 Wtst ClotH 2p to 75c 4 Broad CIQth1 to7B1 r 1f1gFlarh 1narsand FlannelIites in great 7iiety Sxr5OUR CLOAK DEPARIMENTb 11 on1pl t inS 4 Jackets A itomobiIEi Plush Clpes Misses J dqtsOhIl IJJdlcn s fuui Infants Viaps f iI MEN5sU1TS- Froni 3306 o 1750 i- MENSVERCOAT fii From S350 to la BOYS SUITS J T1 S30Qto S1250 BOY S YiUG0ATS Q 260 to BOv r CHILDS SKSits5cto5OC- HILDS f dRCOAT Jror h SUOitdlS00 irWe lead them all iin fler1 Womeiaxd ChU1PJ t drens Shoes showing tlie foltowlng eleDrie lImakes Man s Fine 1ShcIes forMe ptew tVofSelby Co for Women Star SHoe Co f fcfrv Misses Budds Shod for pnl1dt fckkJ foroinktt famous makes DOruchHays i t p J Pontiac and C E Shoes for omen Wplf fi Bros Shoes for Women and tliiIdre 1 We wJinvite your special attention to our Shoe stock We guarantee satisfaction r i csDoutfaii to see our Gents aud Ladies Furnishings rb in Underwear Shins Glove HosIery ffi If you need w aiiythng in Cttpets OllCtth Lfnotienn Rugs rt Squre dont fii to ee our line JI Yp r We will make special prices to bASE BUYERS Cililhiligilam lluoalln i i y My t v tr Selling Agency14r of Gho 4tcibiTa11bHig qmp D rpiinnati Tfamoul4yfaemfMerchan1 i1o iDgIIqU8 9 of America We arc this auen the Orreritit tytilmme t finely madetofitg- armentS at poiQsar prices Tbe merits of fhlwics yexi will CVSC Vr on ezainizgW take aU the ti itttfft7 U k oui LINt t su fwN aj MGHORD I ROBERTSON f i rhHave YOu AnfJj lmb fu dPpotf 1 If So RethembeftTh 1tt frThe SP rMIie1dIufiibf Ciq1- fasa r nic f6111ndsf bu1ldF iMaterial ftd vhs rtkWiffran osSlble that they can suit1dy tTli i sfand it Sfii might ber Well td gt eif1ries eved i lYr fyou ctoH iinnrlto biifrgtyj than You wiltffnef f ern aIwysacomniod- ating i til j J They arjtfs6 tionkbntract l work and lf tirdo not Want fo look 4 affir the Jbuilding of r b ir stotrr e1fttieyiIldO this fcryo l1fheii Iha t Jlistab6utt p1etdThhf Etiild Jrttqn Jta qtu and are lasfIleI tiingopne tttfOr busines s It h1 4bofjistI o towLiat otherpeoplaY-I 1 bOUthtt call thds for RitrtIf f i i c jJL h Ii f iEIt I l I rA w r pzii i r NWSLEAUE i7 Jti f BirgBiSp 29Q1 prory tti aWn inre3tI3 j t04ro g11U SflO throughout Hit 4flttrSG Ut1I1 3 higgins U vrll lddh l3 entrtLit e cy1 piit Lei1ctique lff t1H Ct3 rivt3r- I f1V iluIE s iiQrt east if hvr AlI Ihougilniidels tfixiund garment wvisd kScovertia I ftjdi e ttraa 40 Brsa1o and pa jiodttjo nunjerqsi to mention ha Islted jfc tttara 1tas neyer been any one WHO W U able to nirlttetJit ffIeut of its sub r llerraflea0iand it re maths ih pJqftltJ ihis day Many iLcidonli of a rpnpmiif lAiure nave occoryd iq c noeofr I vonwiihi piv Jrxl wlfleIb h ima e lija mrfbb rctt pacR jVo l c thint for tre4 atid If 1Liy t9 1iILw JIslutelbr re tj isl ifitelhavQuidt9t ar iaph roiianc 1 to it id k plrfde 20 oir grrben a bottle d ataiu tliir ii9 qstb1ied froth tbt rivet lito rS arttoliPhe nte lold tho bVarfrenbing story of a btu1f4 youqg girt wild had been ov rpojceredy a ivjj cii d Itw1niritcdt her tLt1y to the river cliff dungeon where he h4d threatened tikeep her con i tfodoobhllrLrations until sjfje consented to become his wife Thotnote was tiuisbed abruplly soiUthe statement iba sUe heard hertorai nior coming 1 d heaihert urayef for help i1hO missive was dated only a few day previous and ert ati the wildest excitemeut in the vtuCaj t I V A party uf about 20 waso gn iZis und started JmmediStviy for 4 1tIieIocation r on horseback where they arrived 24 hours later to fiad that the desperate suitor aud fiii fa captive had made a hasy 3tdjjjartat gIowtagowr8- h and fM roents of a jepast half fin eLi stkwng tbar thav had be n Qne only a fow hours but no clew to te direction they had takenwas found and it has never t 3enkflwn w at became of tht kidnapper and his beautiful pris uqer About ft vef agO a pirty of yneng men set out to explore 1t9 i1trlorb t wnen about it mtn fro n the entrence there Hiit4weni out and they Jbst wander b her and tbitfier for liours and hours be- Ipralhey again discovered the dim light from the small apert uretthrough whieb they tntereL SinVfiwtbao it11e1J attempt has 4yer bvien made to tracy out 15r 1riso1 ybarooer= t1Joogtit nttmer cos parlres visit hevery summer nttj go as far cc as they feel safe in ueidingr When firs di86yerod there ere many j ighs Xpuod whbln iUvjigv 3 v qciSlKjdeyous o caLl hrvaw and bri jmnth Tb ctttieraee to tbis hugirfcaXepi8 in the clifis Di KeiuakyrLverxii1t 100 feet aDdvjtfcie Jig t Waterr mart Itlisxsctceaaiyd fScult to ract- belnga1moitt concealed by u lieavv growth oi underbrush and AAjicuidarftMly discovered by a pfoneer hantdr Toiyse who have passd nefir there at night say t pthitcntes of a female Voicj can feo hear das if itf great distress find no crae would think pf goirg vary close in to1 tbe entrence i ffr rtUe sun bides tiS fsCPh ttiudi uiebughc fh B For Con ress tuig Jonn A U1kfl Will be ft cuud date for Congress in the iottitn CongreKiiiD District The arnounceTSont was made Ahris mnroi njaf tyv one of Judge 1ifrihonra close ersonal friends = ECZEMAS i 1TOH rroRn1 2thi Lekhtnflnination whidr2s1formi3aIIk3lih7tormenting stubbora diseasertt theitching end burning at times bandngliwuorenire Salves wa3bc aoc other ecter forJo IA11dtfc1 tmetn to well to twice PartOflonnfnmIa1lCh db lortJ Four TdterJdlarbeeutcd udltJaqccuddJ Ioiytbieeb3tt1e jray completely cured fiIletJ13erago P t 1rBlaso ss1il cures Tetterr I JltJtM1Uniiseaee deA1 ij 1c4eiow tntf olIrboo3cbmwritc gout yCar Cr pyneismeh- r tIteseceaseia1 attdy a a1rItlJt1ytkdr fl ade AUnde aide ri c1duu r rld confIdence r 7 f TWT t A 1TbejJiag eghJ j t when feked about it would aot aflicm nor deny it 1dt not ready t make a stateaaent jv fri6uds may be ngh but I au n it re idy to sa jr ojj ift vItCo gresem iu have B So j Jf ia the present Ropf senta Jude frprntji Ddugber Fourth vthasannoun dstrlct lvejljj ht mditldtty ts1cc31 h The derlsl01 of Judve Fultou JO ejier the racefoil farther n IVeu mitters He has bee i a vhe l h re in t he Dutnocr ilic parry fur yearfl For Rent A bousp Jrarden and cow lpas lure for rent ft miles fIrOm 4iagth4dou the C rtwn hts stltarRUes reajsbnablei 3 x ruovJ KTWifls FINICKY TURkisH LADIES 7her Are Very Carl About hat Tlter Take id tHel Hnnd Our Constantinople correspondent rrltesi It fs not gcnerdll known that there exists Among Turkish ladle off high class kind of taste fecllngii lar td that prevailing auloug Rim It taker the forni of n fear of coilttinilv notion front the outer world find Is only OScJeel serVailt Sufficient hitniberl Hefora taeals In HeS arnnys ttUH their hdnds at a tap f ona which the Vatet runs Into a ma hie basin They will turn on the tap wbed they are Just going to wasV but when they have finished they lIfet the w tot run till somebody shuts It oft as t do It thenlserVes would raflkft them unI clean They cannot open of abut a o- rdosthe handle woblu be unclean o a slave is generally kept handy for till purpose One of these fristldlpu ladies tra4 talking to a small niece the other day who had Just received a present t1beautiful doll froifl Pflrls The childI presently laid the doll on the ladys who horrified and ri 1chIldwould not move It and no servant jivad near nnd the lady would be defiled by ouchIng atlolI hat was brought f broad the onl tiling she could t mI of was to Jump flp and let the doll 11wlUbut a servant opens it mid hold istt ndikerchdiately destroyed or given away so that she should not use It again his IIJ curious state of exclusiveness or fai nti c lam exists I am told In many of the large hnrenls Anwng men It Is no tlitpracticed tx bdon Telegraphla4 ANIMAL LIFE In Maryland sparrows have been known to raise six broods In one year I In England there areseldam more aItIIthree hroodehiOstrich fbrms RarelImcn yields about 2i worth of fentb e rsatap1ncktugstr inlou5trithOl which they are very fond It apparent ly ly produces In them a species of Int xl cation 1j shagi of 150 years Is not regarded tie so ery old for an elephant It takes abot t s uarter of a century to get the elephant to full maturity A French anatofriist has analyzed the of skeletons of 80 eblmpanzees gorilla and oranff out itgs and asserts tba hef has found lu then bone diseases ike those which afflict mankind anti in about the same proportion lu Her Was Satlifled A farmer entered an office in cen ral New York mid sent this message o a woman in Canada Will you be mytt wife Please answer quick by eleIgraph Although he waited the rest VT eoftext morning he got a night dspn teh sent collect but favorable The oj rdItor in expre lng his sympathy mlrf Little rough to keep you In susp nscr so long Look abeie sonny the farmer re marked utft stand all the suapt setAny woman thatll hold back her tfritswer all day to a proposal of matt gi Jest so thet she klttsead it half rift titrnlsbt Is economical no gh to ke up after I git her forNill the los ofJtime afld injury to eellns Ive 3uff pe i- fwaitlnrEcbange Icebergg The captain of an ocrtrtf steataer Itf often warned of the proximity of leeiSibergs by the men io the engine room When a ship miters irrffof codslden bly colder than thnt throtfgfr WhIch It haa been going Its propelfe Das fa teltvrland as such water a surrounds tbviclnlty of Icebergs foY Intftty toffes the engineers 1now wieff for propel era action Is greatly ffcceferaftfrf wit out any Increase of fe steam power fee bergs may te expected Of course the thermometer Is the most useful uidl cator of Icebergs mItioThe two most calamitous fires iver known anywhere In the world occu rell In the United States within 13 mo ti1SI of each other In tfar nrst of tiles In rtYfussond fn Boston Nov n 1872 80001 fUof prpperty was consumed In Chicago 100000 persons were left without homes and 200 were killed Chicagos huads the fist of te worldsdcstrnctlve con h flagratlous RelfereA Tat must be a pretty Barf fcotfi ache t iwe11yeoe enk that Pt f Is dont you see dentist V er tlr did call on ywir friend Dr PulP yesterday al1dt err ertenccd gVcatl n You nrnat beaOstrrtiOTJ IJullemhalJ er tem n out of town fora week I know I felt relieved1 tfu Atf 0 ft und outVrhlladelpbla Press Ke lCtane ctCredit Man Sorry air but we can t sot opem an account witbyou bee lose yoarJftHuicial standing r 1ItaId caJikrarooklyn Life to S In a J r rrlVt LITTLE FOXE9 hthone jar 4er tlcM I mr luttle MieittR ancJ1Ift Rtt q trbs nrfTtXfci huaternijlit AWf IAroufif ferrhtcsdcr vtee I phut Sad UtIle fclM CaSLqJlien fist 4tA Vuattr RUM him wltft bUd IMtt Ckk a IrrlHgliR it whlnrt ljt smony thy tendet ttoet m utica him hid drirr hicb ith thik hUntcr timedVIi Trf JAn1D the in rrjimal Ut Crwps the young foxl Forgot hItpehiltiiIttlcd hidden thereyAmant nx tines hipdJ itt CiIS Then let Im Sorry hunter truer J Chate him 6Of from vinri you Sunshine iHd MALL CALIBEft ftlFLES flbW they ftilekpt Clfeha flitb Squirt of Water Now tll tell you sonlethlnp that lIi save yoty the trouble and expense saIdIlhtt a 22 magazine rifle the barrel Iof which had become so foul that Itt would not hoot true The ifles of this gun are not lead ed They are simply caked up with powder All small caliber rifles get bulledIThlscnkcd lion der is nd hard as Btcel and If I ivelre to try to get It out with instruments I would ruin several dollars worth of Wojahow They nearly always try to clean their gun barrels with when water will do the work twice as wellhYou nse this rifle mostly for shoot Ing frogs dont yOU thought siST hat Is what most men use a 22 cal ber for And you sometimes shoot veral ft se hundred times n dUy and you find it too much trouble to wipe It out every few shots Aint I right I knew It Now let me tell you what to do Get a small syringe that In 7yourten or twelve shots squirt n eyrlng ful i unItromcartrlchet willIY9urIclean It The water softens tile powder that line accumulated In the rifles anti the bullet forces it out ICse plenty of water in the barrel of your rifle very little pIt In the lock putIcove n working gunSt Lou Republic Anecdote of Sims flceeSAn operatic singer tells the following tle knbwn anecdote relating to the te Mr Sluts Rev s About tbe middle of the sixties while the eminent tenor was living In a hotel of a town on the south coast he made a wager with another guest that he would black his face proceed to the beach and sing few of the songs which had made m famous without recognition Sims ceve duly disguised himself and ret dered to a sparse audience Tom Bowl Iaing My Pretty Jane etc but ange to say he did not receive much the way of appreciation or financial btitce from the beach loungers Hatt hand the tenor g pthtlemant bonorarlumintf eat vocalist his WutdecisionI My wife Is mad about your performances and you have cost me many a guinea You have Just treated me to the luxury listening to you without any ruin a1tuchedI syou have mad toe lose my bet Come to my hotel and have a drinksThe stranger accepted the hospitable vitatluntChildren Menu Children should be taught ttp be reg nothingbetwecnInfants as well as to older children ue practice of feeding the little one cry time it cries Is a most serious in Iwjury to Its weak digestive organs An Infants stomach though it needs food at more frequent Intervals two to tour agerequiresI aw dlgesIon In older persona The irregularity usually practiced is undoubtedly on etof the greatest causes of the fearful mortality of infants from disorders of the digestive organs as appears in Liamortuary reports ICeraeal in It DTiad al starchThbaking for this to be done properly Tfo this by scalding half of fie milk or water you use then potfr ft hot over the cornmeal Next n 4f time eggs U togest of the cold liquid then the flour cud baking powder sifted togother Good Housekeeping PliertThe value of pepper was tnWKS Of old We read that when Rome had otbe ransomed ftom the barbarian con queror In the year 400 Alaric demanded 3000 IcoultiJot pepper among the pa ents tfnd that Hippocrates used it In medJeloe applying It to the skintTezobel tlje queen of Ahab accord 6Iaie1SLeUjtiroirtb of Day Nnnerte One of the significant facts of city nurserleslrhey widows it is found that 00 per cent of the children lo day nurseries have both obligediItoout of work or to ill and cannot work Is dissipatedl BVen with the rapid Increase In th f umbar of day nurseries there Isal ways a snpplua of applicants Whth this indicates ibaf OMnr and more married wonton are Becoming wage earners as well as housekeepers whether It means that more and more fathers cannot support their famlltea 1i Toaaoeo BaKIC JEriff tobacco Ia a filthy habit fftrtuiff mike8 y nr ItT foul that you can amell yourself Tobacco la vetIJarloaa to health Every aecr ot fg rerydlflicult i quit yfet boya JMlEe tltmMlTN ale k aofEflrmg the tobacco fiiUltAtchi tal sneGlobe 1 11SWIlT sail iI 1j4i1ii fordIrUoIItidI they BOtUgtlfilSi hitI iihhliednt11 they revfrequfcntiy mlsunder llto renrtrkcfl tilt ttcrk of a aavv Ibgs institution it6 t reporter the other day Fbr lri tnirt the usual formula sigiisjydurteft hnudOnelnomng last wed t stranger entered our bank and askedt mo for a certificate of deposit fora ofiderabbes rnlc l the amount to be as stated and hurried ly said Sign there sir pen and ink a twour left hand Well Jt took the stranger A long1ttS time toyfcJtn his name but I thought nothing more of it and issued the ccr tlfleate of deposit About tt week llatel4 the same man whose face bad for f gotten reappeared and presented tin ccertificate irs dashed off an ornate fts eomfpnrc tIttt noWhystranger u Because it is not the signature of certlfi1tpeawas here d Week ago you told me to write my name with my left hand and I did so but I cant write very wet writtthat way lag your name your hand gain t asked asa light dawned upon tam e Certainly said the man and after much labor he produced a facsimile of is first signature and I apologized I andpald him his money Washington tat FLOWER AND TREE Plants cannot live If deprived of their J lleaves Tea plants at the age of 7 years yield J 00 pounds of tea to the acre The date palm requires a hot dry air but moisture about the roots and ofit plentyI Palms never live Wore han t iwyears Ivy has been known to live 450vt chestnut oak 1600 and yew 28S0 thAnleaves lifts from the earth about 123 tons of water during the fly 0 ntym Jjasminein Ll ofljpassion and pathos and mystery of the i IniIttura garden in California It Is a Lfl t has been of a picenturyblooms In 189wgiTherea klesthe ofbundancea little while the banks out there set up hoot and cry for pennies but out banks here are ever glad to rid themaf selves of their surplusage id these coins It difficult to see why such Instate of things should be Im sure aIIs just as dear to the eastern perse 16hanl t ays have too many pennies There t they never seem to have enough II Deathbed Flattery Almost every dying person Is liable to be allured by the solemn attitude olethe company and the restrained o ran owing torrents of tears and emotions to an alternating conscious and nncon ecious comedy of conceitedness The seriousness with which every dylnff It person Is treated lids undoubtedly Ithhe very finest enjoyment of his life to runny a poor despised devil and a sort of Indemnification1 And partial paymentttpfor much tnlvatlonWOtks of NIctB sche onSalutinEBefore the Invention of wigs the hat baasothers especially royal personages Ittt was worn at table when ladles or per sons reofhen saluting royalty It was the cuehatorn merely to ralws the hand to the hatsomewhat after tile manner ofa mlHj t wary bohat was less needed as a protection the head and was carried ondef ria foe A Tart Ttttatl The infant of a household was ta Its JI cradle The head of the houstf Va4 at h nomel thengthhoe done nothing but make mistakes g tonlcht be grQwletIYes she answered meekly I be u n by putting ithe wrong baby to bed Chicago Journal WhT ffoCBfffteeVen Lose AppeYfre The woman wha orders a dinner has eaten It before It reaches the tobleIt taliedwicepetite for a third course of Itf Har per BazarJSilken raiment has ft standing among the oldest garments In the world Robe of that material were worn by tImenfore the birth of Christ Wome Wlfft Lnnoheoa WagoasS The plmvbf running a luncheon wa fyon fl5a rnonna of livelihood bin recent IhJ fy been ndoptr l by some Sri UI wo tImen and has thus far proVM success mtukliuaVy these proprietors art titlletturns front the money liWWted Thee Cywfthon now In thp bnstr1tt la that citdjWrf an average ot from 200 ton ftcustomerst sandwiches between 9 oclock U tBrf evening sad 7 In the morning tPape Iis r In some parts of England there Iff d quite a trade carrieddnby poor people lo making jJApefcJullts for their poorer neighbora They ar simtily cbmposed of sheets of brown papM ewedltogethj er and perforated all over at distances of an Inch or two apart covered with chintz or cretonne on one side and lined tfltb patehwork ovoId sheeta any thing surprihglyIfcedfosd London TttBlts m PdIys Cun 1tmN TIo MAJJJESS I ME W9 EM AN EKCESS F JT If thEb WITH JNSANITl ilII j iJt rfLass J zr Thie M rSlbs tlI Is ti tttiiitlUii i i fti lidded bItlI7IdIag 11 i tnoian asylum doctor ot long HHd varied ilt bf t atijtindjliterally been sent there through excess Joy Hany lit these cases whlchj arPJ my opinion1 m saddest 91nl1 have come under my oW observation I remember lii ttitery ijrsl asylqS4 Ith which I Wail connected one of the patients was h strikingly hands5me lin utedf Is sane as you or iexcept on pne point fle was really a man pf considerable wealth hut tile delusion W was a pauper and he destittitlocL lmost pitiful tales of his sIt with tears in his eyes for a W clippers with which to buy bread fl According to the story told me as tie only son of a wealthy mer zaut In his youth he had falleA ledtbu lltlltagain After that he seems to have Bunk into the lowest depths of poverty until he was glad to earn a few cop ts by selling papers or matches Id the streets ll was at this last and lowest stage that news came to hlmrfhat his father had died intestate and that he was he Ared to all his vast fortune The sudde IIod news completely turned the mans brain and brought od such h condition of naexeltemeftto an asylum dnd when he calmed down again lie had lost all rtjfdllcctiori of his good fortune and nothing cad shake his deuslofl that he lid on the verge of starvation liAnothert U biasa Inmostwas turned fls the saying is on learn Iuff that he had passed on examination He had sat for the matriculation exam ln peatlp wias1ngt 11wiretxereAbout three weeks later came a fatal telegram Failed sorry which set itIn theof despair for he was too old to sit again Not many hours later however came another telegram Passed honors Ic yery sorry crush so great did not heamen feeling was so great that the stu encntcame Imgohei hud to be confined Fortunately he was not with us long and Is now lam gI faali licltbeDisappointed love sends many peo peethatthadev dieri Irl he loved had gone out to India to eep house for hrr brother before he ad screwed up his courage to tbe 1011loproposing to her but an offer fol wed by mall very quickly after her anWeeksaawor came to the Impatient safer until wterbecame engaged to a girV who hembut her m lmaendj trtlcle lasItodespaired of letter from India a cMce his offer find that ftremlAIWithin an hour of tin receipt of thIsw thttercuddoubt whether he will ever recovc his reason In granotherOfjoycoatson taliarrnmerchantIhave gone down with all hands The w atidowi baud for nearly a year wfrtn one day rage returning from a walk she found him sitting iu the drawing1 room as AirleeverFaWith a shriek sIte fell unconscious 6n the floor and when she recovered her thasonhusband after floating for some tint thdVlranip and had been landed on II tom bcestad returned home by the first avail til thetoTEaiaatnaIever bear of any Englishmen talking thuessthroughIn the United States and gone backI clr buomeChicngo otSSay pop Tvc got to write a compo h sition ort Hope What Is Hope anf way1 Hope my soy la the Joyourf expeC bT tloti of being able to dodge otir just theserteLIfet lr Hyde park the Green park and Stt ames park cost London betwcttWtliem 32070 a year to keep upknWore fhiW fonrflfthi of the populn re litor blJCJC WUiIua to Pica Emi6r4 am very suspicious of oufig ben nowadays You cant tell teowin six uonhs they know a grout do also tf8 etre aboutyorur business than you do fIy yourself and TPnnt to manage It ein rely Applicant for Situation I can assure ou sir that If you engage me I will erote as HtfSs lime as possible to1 your buslncss VootfeVl Either Way Doctor Mr wife will otiskrdingMr TlnlrtgioniWcH doctor shell die if she has Wmtes 11LIfe When a man iijehtry needs n licking nothing does hlmnipre good titan toaget It Atchlson Globe Money Is one thing everybody Is atner and yet It always gets left behind To disedvef w1i ether fe notther i qj Isr arsenIc In your wall paper tiko a frag eat of It and put It In a BcSlittohVof1l Mnmonla If t TllItWjoIQlIjw ex joltcipatchea sori j1 nth scabs and scales Prolitaut plmplri 7Rore8 awaiting sore lirA dry iwrtJ lI1adagiancIng shootIng pains beD iyonhavieTilood poison or the bejdnnlhg of a deadly cancer Dpnt experiment lull take Boutac blood balm nude tocurb all malignant blood troubles especlnP ptmed above and itch1agkcaijr ccxi elStOOd aDdii ttos e dollar Kl UrnggistS Treatment Ire I7 writhig to Dr Olllam 200 Mitchell Bt Atlanta Oa Describe trouhlg and medical advice given Medicine and a eeI medical advice ent at once prepaid b b rgaoted by Dr Gillatn Otel1 yea TaS ago Tnousard have been curedma tiy after doctors and nttent medIcines bail rly failed Botanic blood balm glia life vigor and ttnndth to the blood fluff It pure aud rich JLINES OF THE FACE I THEIR ftELATON TO THE BEARD AN THE MUTAGH1 K orrUdffe t brntrlfltf On ii Part of Mac Sara n Woman ArtU Wopld Have time Elect of Ek5ilaa SlBBCi pnfr Ctaod Ixjoklv A knovleuifeef jtfavrlng oh pie part pf men wouitfnave the effect of JIncreasing theif good looks said ft lady teacher of that net recentianll it vould make presentable many a man whose hppearancc lis not colculat td excite admiration It sounds a d coiriblnrttoii drawing and beauty does it hot Nevertheless it h fact To the natural request an cxpla tion she replied The dst principles o drawing urE geometrical lines and ttifves These lines and curves occur in everything shaped1Jdgj nes are bad Most of those who dabe in drawing and gain certificate merely learn to make these lines and sllgbteltknowledge Here lean ctrectI anythingllstraight lines over the eyes for eye brows thats it See how serious that prcsston Sow rubout the straight lines and their places make two curvet with e ends upward That face bM an pression of intense surprises haunt it If you had made curved eyebrows with the Cads dowll in the first instancyttbe difference between the two It Aid ban eri morn striking Well the huttflri face has Us lines d by studying them our men cxfuiu prove their appearance The most elementary expedient is to adapt the mustache and beard to the lines of ce and I must here tell you that nes In technical language include both straights rind curt es Such an ex dlent is within the teach of alt and ere ho need fof We to remind you at tbe whiskers lattice a tremendous fference in mans appearance Take a man with an aquiline nose browIthen Imagine this Individual with i ng drooping mustache why ft acccn tuotes the whole droop of the face d spoils It Such a tuna should bar small pointed beard and CI ith ends pointing slightly upward The exact opposite Is also et with A man with features thu vE a distinct upward tendency wi a ft mustache with cflds that are med up and long that they seem be thinking of joining the eyebrow 3th en with mustaches that dlsptip alelination to grow long ends think that these end should be permltted to gro and that they must be trained upward That strikes thcni as the only propeC ay But to suit the lines of Boset off and in others they ought to be r1rWbtakers agaio are IIfdwetl ow whether theY etit the face or not ten a fine vigorous manly face IsI by an laatpld little esue ctic worn over a firm clearl cutt Mith the wcpressloti of wltfcn It does neb to alter It Is qultt a pity to seTch fine lines spoilt In that way The wearer cultivates the hirsute append merqly because It lit the fashion men to have a mustache Xou forI otTi Women frtlHg slaves to Dame shion but tU the matter of yOur whiskers you men are worse slaves an we are todrtte Now dont rjuu away with tke awftotf at I advocate general shaving Some en who are dean shaved ought nut to The lines of theirfaeea simply dtf mnndthat of wWeb they lire depriving eir countenance etery morning It requires strong very Intellectual do without beard or mustache The tt r is an absolute necessity for bId lug the bad units of sone mouths that would if left totally uncovered spoil the whole face Women nsn rule are moYea4ful ol elr Utves nnd choose fctfts trod other Men also theft Lessmoret a knowledge of vgwieg woulrf coW r rect ninny mistakes lit hats colltfrs and tJ her masculine accessoriesLIn the matter of color we rather pass from the domain of drawing and mere lines andtrespas Into the remain painting 1 cannot resist stnjf that both meff duct troarea especially CeCokingblending of coloffc beeXuatf fliey would not then choose hWiVwhich v not bar monlrc with their cbmplexiont I have Oown Ilb l Ve ore all golofr tot art and the a1notbnndsome Btitlingl trIn ibatfi1 drawiugPeareO2 Week pplied CzWfftt7 fbmmy had boon quiet for fully flTT mliiufea He seTjmw to be engage witftto de tll061t1ff Papa he aSted rWe1I1UPa1 ri Mf1itftr isnt It papaRYes zyson Atf Ipqffickly right to fbftoW tbV N golden rtale Iscftlt papa Ty estndedPFTlrtnmy rot ircat to clipboard nd returned with 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