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meets every tburta Monday ksijonn Ct flb ow Meets every second fourth Monday in each month KH l Dt 1ciSnsMe3 every of each month IretWednes1av tlWtnlt1t NriAL O It IBrAC1t iXieeti uTory Wednesday night to ig tram McElroy Hall b tE tandN TIME TABLE minI tntt D putur ti Trains l 4244 Uulfri f12 Ar e3ifge1d Lv t 0I5k l 15VaUey BIn It 8 03BooIcer 1L5Crok554I15 I It aWc4Iawn ioe II 1137 Early Times t uh15 U r tBatdatonD tji 10 501azreth si 3 I 10 Z1SatnilelS 25fleatsvfl1eit10 45 3 t 10 tOCsneSpriDgt vfi M 4 0 3000952Cterrnoflt70143C 9 P natdstovmJuuct 7 10151 0 She h rds111le tbUb5Tt727ltJt 89 sBouth 7 ro 8 1LT Lbuls7llleAr 8 Y UUIFH KlDHEfBISEASE + adb mcttfatalci fOLIYsrJl1Wk I U IflOtythJ4IL Cotiit tmess febotnteed tv cml-I as th fest ifo WotpfcISdW aridBUtr tIiJCIiUJYc4iityiIsKIth1eyCur 4kldm1S WIcUct r JI l riI Ir4t NrWu41I1Ith= j J rowa rlr Lki l7 r c J61 c o t juTday I e Odds and Ends of Gossip iisiauuii- uiIrt the CMfcpyi Ve tJljfintttochrispy weather wind a free S cttermf the gold leaves frc m the mountains to the sea Oer the fields in me owsmore the w114 larks toamIThe bees bave made tbehr bet ey an Beyre hidin In the com fIntHo crispy Weather Samm artime was stfeet Ajf ainia down the blossoms n tbe flowers at yOur feet 1nttloe the winter s ushinet its on P the hltfari plain I whenII fn the crispy wi1hergoI glad fong When the wind is sigbin in th heartsasonguSTell the old time tofies sweet f oer an1 60 till you wake some mornin1 at find- lilies at your doorl Atlanta Constitution rtood The local merchants all report the fall trale as being good Toe first touch of frosty weather has bniught people to town with monO to iav in their winter clothes and tftey appear to be buying ib fj lly Notwithstanding tne par tial failure 01 tIle torn crop mon y with thO larmers seems to be farlv plentiful and f the JTarteer is fixed tlie coon ry is safe for upon tbe faithful tillr of the soil a good part c f tbe balance of the world dej snds Especially is this true of Spring held and other towns surrounded by an agricultural populsfon for the prosperity of the Del chant and nearly every timer business or professional m n in town depends upon the fat ner 4 tri VPHOID The prey Iinc 1 of that dreaded malady tjpuoid fever and the severe type it ppears to have this year has peen a n atter of comI ment The disease wakes i s ap pearance in the town and c unty with more or less severity Lmost every year about this tin e buti the doctors report more cases and more fatalities this year1 than usual The causes f ty phoid can not always be eter mined but that it is infectious and due to some local l cause such as water or a disease germ brceJinT locality is near y al ways true In tbis conn ction the neceosity of keeping tbe premises cean and free froio any Itccumnlation of filth cant ot be strongly urged upon housekeep ers and property owners bout town The town authc cities should see to it that the law in regard to keeping ones prO ises clean is rigidly enforced isGtnt e election for ton otacials which is to take place hi the regular election in Novemb jr A hew Board of Trustees isito bo elected as well as a Police Judge and Town Marshal It rS ikely that an entire new Boa d f Trustees will be chosen is the members pf the old boArc have declined to stand for reel tiOn in view of the fatit that tlicj town ii growing In size and Impoi tance f4rthertacti the ihapa of the 6bst tlf st pply trig water and electric lights for municipal purposes have been aSslimed it becomes more than eVer Jthtiortant that good nen tmeD of goOn business qualifica dons and judgdment WhvUl tAke an interest in tbediitiBSj be tthos4nk We understand tb U the annual revenue to beu d rived 0 from the taxes HceilSes etc is sufficient id pay all mm icipal expongeS provided all the taxes 1t lomytpens of the to vn but there I must btfnd Unnecessary e pens tocotile up Th mandgemsnt of I the twn affairs should be rt in on a j f tiictly business basis and every dollarjustly dup colteeied nd all i corner ciltand wine otc public f lila avoided if tgIii done t tir ibo ol 1 town vili ellialw v slur iI1itrie lviii 0 prospslr ornerwie there ill b IfvuJ e tnm 1Jiltf 4tt f Od Q n MACKVILLE From out Regular Correspondent Died oh the lOtn Ellis Warner at his horde near Mackyille in his 22nd yeart after a short jill txess of tv phoid fever The fun erat services were Conducted the ame day at Wilhsburg by Rev E P Couch alter which tbe remains were interred in the Wiilisburg cemetery Misses May Bodine and Lillie Arnold of Lancaster who have been the pleasant guests of the family of Ike Arnold f jr the past week have returned home- sJames Cochran sold a corn biped six year old mare to R A DQdd of Wilmore at- BerrvShewm3ker W sold bunch of stock ewes to J B Gillispie atI 13 25 per Lead Rev 0 M Humphrey has been sent back to MackviUe tOt take charge of tbe Methodist church for another year Rev T B JODCS and family of Pine ville and Rev Charles Humphrey pf Hodgenville are visiting the family of Rev C M Humphrey Rev EX P Gouch assisted by Rev Payneof Hodgenville closed j quite tan interesting meeting last j week wirch has been in prog ress for tbe pat two weeks at the Christian church m MacK ville with fifteen additions Rev R L Purdom will begin j serie of meetings at the Bap tit church here on the third J Sunday of this month Evan Carey of Tatbam Springs and Mi s lJella Noel ot Wilisburg were married at the nini6 of Rev Willl Yaoceyy that divne officio ting We extend congratula tlons BRAlbl FOOD NONSENSE Another rid od fadt has beeb branded by tha most competeijt aVthorities Tbey have dispelled the SIll potion 3eededforand atiil another for bones AS orect diet will not only nour i isb tt particular part of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet however good your rood may be its uulriraent isj destroyed by indigestion or tlysc pepsia You must tprepire for- ttheir appearance or pi event their coming by taking regular doses of Greens AuguskFlower if the fauorite medicine ol thep healthy mllliorisfc A few doses aids digestion Stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies f the blood and makes you feel II buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at all druggists Get i Greens gpecialAhnanacII IIl When death sthed very near from a severe stomach and 111witDurham N C llDr Kings New Life Pills sriyed my lire und gave perfect health Best pilts on eaHb and ouly 25c at Haydon Rotiertsbn drugstore t Ode Bottle of Retl11cks Pepsin Blood Tonic will make you fairly sparklej with nelVlite and vigor For i sale by Haydon Robertson Steer ttartsfed Himself It isnt often a steer hangs htaself says the Lincoln DemoI crat but die of Henry Tay lbr in reaching through a forked fastIenedthe closer jb limb got around his windpipe and a day or two later ttiey pjmd about 700 pounds Pf dried bet If it was not an accjfloniit was a genuine base of bovine suicide at t 1ndihtens thany of 1r6s 7 5iiye eyer board the sbtoneie- gqr 1l will appreclat nsl tb- retoi1le ttIghet atau4atd ofcpUencbh- a3itway been the 512 iD th24nflfff o ture1f the cel b r tS erJl 9 Qnl tIl =b At material is es4issutzgteatj dhmty 1ITeq planuUgnarsed l1eS ged to tbo eq pned rih the4a4iftost 1mived chiD jfj1t e cb tte maUed tree upon applies II 4seia Co Established 1879 taSf1llI 20tr 1 fost L oely Thln on ErtbSam Joces tbe iDlnollable whose quaintness of styl Ts oVily equaled by the CCuracy of hia definitions and descrtptorisv fave fua recent sermon tbe follow ioR beautiful stary in which he charminglv portray ed the most lovely thing on earth We do nOt remember to have seen anywhere a prettier picture than this TAn angel was sent down from heaven one day to bring back the most beautiful thing on earth He bunted lonjj and xiarefully saw a bed of full blown Ameri- Can Beauty roses lovely beyond compare and he gathered an armful of them and started tto re turn to his horns above As be soared into the air he aw a babys smile and filled with rapturous admiration at the sight I at Lt lad tc take it tOo By the side be discovered a mothers love and with all these in his arms he mounted to the place beyond the skies Jut outside the pearly gates tbe spirit paused Gt a iroment and lo the rose were wither ed and dead and the babys smile had vanished but strong aud faULfulund serenely beautiful as ever mothers love remained so he cast tbe others aside and took this and laid it at the feet of his Master as the most lovely and las ing thing on eathExH- ows This Wo oflfer One Hu mired Dollars Reward allY rase of VUairh that cannot be cnicd by tails Caturth C F J CHEN KY tt CO Prup Toledo 0 Wfc tno undorsiijnied ItaCe knbwti F Chonoy for the last yaanT and ho tieve hun perfoctly honurable in all Dus iiicss transactions and financially able to ejrry out any obligation made by their firm WHIT ITUAX Whdiesald PrOgRlsts Toledo WAtDtNO JttNNAN A MAUViy Vhjle ale DrucgiMts Toledo O HAils l atarfh Cure tetaken Internallj afetinft dIrectly tkou the Dfood and mu tous HUrtaces of the sjistom Price per bottle Sold by all Dntggistr les iieiiau tree Mrs Briddleman of Patshallvllle Micb tvas troobled with salt rheum Tot thirteen years and had tried a umber of doctors wiUiottt relief Afte two applications of Banner a1se her hands bdcame better and in a short time she was entirely oared fcewfcree of substitutes Wood WtmatS new remedy for billiousriess is now n sale kt riaydoii Robertson drugstore It is called Chamberlains tver aud Stemach Tablets It giua quick relief and will prevent the attuck f given as oon as tjl first indscatiou of the disease appears Price 25 cents r box Samples free Roosevelt is a Rapid Worker President Roosevelt is ac quaiuting hituself with the busi ness of the White House at a pace that would soon tire out a less vgorous mnn He rushes at his work soon after breakfast at 830 oclock and when streams of clerks are traftmg their way reluctantly to the nearby Treas ury Le is already busy dictating correspondents and clearing his desk so as to be able to receive the callers who gather in the re s ception room on the second floorS tn large numbers long before bets prepared to receive them This is a very engrossing time for Assistant Sectai y Loeb famllItar with Mr Roosevelts accumulates enough notes in an hour to keep raaiiy typewriters occupied until about noon The pressure of visitors to talk with the President upon matters official pbrson and semi official does not seem to try the Presidents felretglh or im oneIwiili tbb largest possible number lie has adopted the practice of Having some klsiiors at breakfast and luncheon itli him This may do for awhile blib menof experience shake their heads at the pace Washtngtoti telegram to the New Vork Tube t When you harp no appetite do not relish your food an4 fe1dul1 after et in8 y u may Hftcwt t iat you needs dose of ChimbetJpitJs Stomach and Liver Tatikts Price 25 cents Sam pins freeil tlaypoo io1rtson drug store r V After t zpocare or when you ft6el aI colU coaijnlngiiittalie a dote pf FoJ ey4H0naji vnd Tar It never fails to etopacpldif taken in time Wood Wfmiattj 2 SSWJBSPfoJ Sill Ttifc Stock Salte bt Mr S B Thompson Passes off Well Tfee public sale of liveatonic and farm products conducted by S B Thompson at the Mullican farm near town on let Wedne day was one of the most success ful ever Inld in this vicialt land traders wee plentiful and prices realized were pood Mr Thompson bad only bee farm ing two years but be hd accu mulatea a large lot of fine stock and everythingtiiat he had to offer for sale was high class and consequently desirable Mr Thompson had spared no trouble nor expense in thoroughly adver tising his sale and as a conseqay ence there vvera b lyers m attend anee from all the adjoining countl33 C pt T P English andSM Campbell icted as auctioneers anl although the weather was dissagreabta the crowd was Urge and the biddid g gjSomeMercer Boyle NUrion JJelson atrd Spencer counties To enumerate the sales would fie tmpiaciicable witbin the limits 61 this article but th fol- lowIng gives an idea of the rai ge of prices Stcfek cattle of various kinds ranged from 8 65 to Upr hundred good Jersey cows and heifers brought from 10 to 60 per head stock hogs 5+ cents per pound thoroughbred Poand 3blna hogs 15 to 25 per head SUetand ponies JO to 60 per head twelve head of hotses ranging in age from yearlings to aged animals sold froth fOO to 200 per head stock ewes bought from 35dtOrt per nead second band Curtis Reed busrgy brought 117 secondhand Curtis Reed pheaon brought 7f The high est price horr6 to sell wis aI beautiful colt by Chester Dare just a lew days over a year old which was purchased by Dr J B RoBardsfor200 Qa Thursday morning at 10 oclock Capt English announced the sale of Mr Thompsons rest deuce in Springed After being started t s1750 the price of this property was rapidly run up to 2400 wberft it hung for some time but was finally bid up again tu 2505 at which price it was knocked down to Mr M L Searcy There were quite a number of bidders on tbe prop erty which iis a very desiratfle residence for adyone desiring a good home in town Mtn the lU Peril It just Seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfevd Bees of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleepI and felt almost tOQ worn work when 1 began to use Elec tric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a tap can eat anything have gained tn strength Dna enjoy v1gorou61hualth pickly rundown people Try them ftoly 5Dc at Haydpn Robertsons drug store IrrtpoHant Witness MiSs Harriet Balzhser who according tp published reports is to be summoned as af witness iu fcbe Cajeb Powers trial in Georgetown to testify as the efindens state to the condition f G jv GoeheT it the ime he V v Mu Lunqs An aftadk Is grIppe leIiIDe with a W eaih My friends Ajd I I friedAyerecnredm tbitly Ii K Raa4tes Nogrnj8i fe11tst16 t df ttoLwhettI ypur gUn cattti 6soqItltrun j aloiij Wlm f O- Yall1iur hrdcg1tiwUInotI WspIniytou fBAt t r Piiflri f yetofllback- onf t IIA ta1ur tkt trh wII Mi5do u be says Ub- eiiskihos L=mt J tonic the oath of offic bits beetS tl in Danville for the past yearS She Wispie of Oov constant nurses and was m at ttetidatme upon him until thetime of his death The defense atI Geor retown hopad to prove by Miss BIJI hi ers testiaonv that Mr Goebel at the tiiue of his oath of dlice was admilustered l was unconscious Prom all the information obtained S jesterday by the Advocate representative Miss Bazbiiers testimony jivould have been the dire t opposite cff this as she iis said to fat re peateily stitd that Governor Goebel at that time was perfect ly conS ou and cognizant of al that was going on aiound him It is not thought howjgyor tha tier testimony will bs available n the Prennt tria1 as sha is present AdypcdteS in Now York aIj WO MEN AND JEWELS mauIthat is the order Of a womans preferences Jewels rjforto niajtmct of mfgbty bower to the average woman Even the gaeatefct of all jewais bdalthI often ruined in the strenuous eff orts to make or sate money to purchase them lawoman willj risk her health to get the covet ad g 5ms then let her fottity her conI6quencas of colds coughs ant bronchial aftec ions by the regi pSyrupconsumptIon In its erly sta e i And oeal the acted lunga and paoncbiai tuuesjrnd drive the dread cisease from the System ltisnota cute all but ttis t certain thire for coughs cod Is and all bronchfol l tranblea You can getlr GG ciroenS speI cial remidies at Haydon speCialjAi j ttegect ted It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may remit in Brighto dlAease diabet a or other serious ani often fatal complaint Ineysr REPORT OP THE COBDinOH OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield Jr the State of Kentucky at the close of business September NO 1787 POCSLoans and Discounts 55412311 Overdrafts secured and unsecured t1615- U S Bonds to socurocirculation U 8 Bonds on hand Stocks securities etc 74J800 banking house Furnlturo Fix tnres 700000 Duo from National Banks not He serve Agdat 37T07 Duo from State banks bankers 59767 Due from approved reserve agents J317l63 Notes of other National Banks 43 100 Ptactlonul paper currency nickels andcents 4307 LAWtuiMoiir BtssuvtiN viz Specie 449005 Legaltender notes B005 00 tOF35S5 Redemption rand rithlJMlr asInrer5 percent olclrunlationj 250000 Tota Lhtm l jLjIT =Capital stock paid in 3000000 Surplus Fupd 10tOOoO Undivided profit less expenses and taxes paid 821833- Kational Banknqtoi outstanding Due to other National Banks 751873 Due to State Banks and Rankers ludividual Deposits subject to check d 113lS9St TJmiCertiflcato of Deposit 9010435 Liabilities btber than those ahce tatod TET17 Total li41001 hi BTAts cir Kij tccfcr cir7AinM- OT05 I A MeEflor Cashier of thnb- onabask do olfannly swear tRat abOv5tethent feerS tb9 be of nsr knofrlcilo slid Wlhf A MIELROY CMb Bubccflbcd and aworhlo before mo ttli 11th day of October Al3OtLva4 P w Ky rojiRECT Attest nMURGNny WLRWIBDlfectoraa S A Ingulf Crown Point N Vot writeit My wife infrared froze kid ny trouble for years She warduced to try Fpleya JHahey Core and jttleas than a week after bbfespn cftlng jtahe was fftoatljr improved and three bottles cared her Wood WImeatf i vJdi rI J RaflrodtNeWsS i N a5h ipyp icecap Ofitr9irIt 15 report lniGaaia4iq that titer Atluno LiopIsvitio ba 50qur nontionlqnr the Qbapeake and l144bVilleralIWay iiivi- TieeitIrt G1Uati toN h Vti Btfla7 o neaiivctq tisiiyhlctorstrik thTent6ssee C tJ LiptVUior og Rly It ts- sard4L tMtIadWasb 1Ga ilfttii lbtiNifci ttiree weeks tn agt but Bw eenpwaskpt secret Ue tsdsub attc4ii proposition t311 u4i t ud ciptat SS- Ct1tI Vldek i blau3 atis ad thrG11I tkoftaNEWoJ SLiADa reach iba IRW bhyersAINLk2iD1 t4 SS SS iff ibts oflashvlIie1r tha aubscif tion of lJfff6Wibe stock fci d they iq tBrnhaveaskcVl the jio pie of Siraner county to asls tthem tn railing the subscripiipu j Tho matter nas been taken Ul1 by theti1hnercjaICho Ga latin and accnsmittoejas been beli t NashjviU relative to the proposition 1 Roll of Hdrtop V t l The following tIstfce Roll of Honor for DLstrldtNo Fift Grade Misses JJna Croacbj Snliie UenHren jLetlie Bishop Master Walter Crouch Willie Sraotners afld James Bishop Fourth Grade XJhesterJenkW Grtbartr H1 din Annie gisnop Fllossp Hatdin 3idhn Efcrdfo md Wade WesV Tfnrd Grade Bessie Kavs Luke ays Cland Hard in Isaac Brown lJesSt Tenkihs Graci Cum y Haryey1 Hardin and Walter Q I Second Grade Evan Viola Rice and Ohio rnpY11 Fust Grade Pearl Harry Brown Mattie Clara Shepherd Teacher iokisi vitw 0Kroija bop Regular Correspondent The foliage of our beairtifij forest trees have been nipped rby the trost and theleaves bar commenced whirling atidsploJ ning to tbe ground atrue evidence cf tim fast apjjkpsttb o winter The chopping pi wpoi and the feeding of lowing Stock will soon commence as vhe rsss has every blade been licked lip to the very gravel edge of oarI pikes by rambling herds There were three Services pt BtRoie last Snnday Two in tae morning and oneId th even rug Large crowd imattinlanceV arpIwill take place in the near future James Riney ahighlyi irespsc ted citizen was stricken with paralysis one night last week Toe priest and doctor were t quickly called in At this svitjner we learn he is no better Hs VIimillr to flux Gteat sympathya U felt for the family tho gholltc the community Kent Blanford who has beet sick for sometime is improving Jobnne a sniail son of Mrt Wat OBryan received a fall 8 from a horse last Friday atdt was severely hurt in one of his unkks ae has so far recovered as to be able to ride horseback to school I t John Medle r of LouisviHeis T visiting relatives land friends here this week John Brown and Hettr Crpiicb and ramily of Beech Bliiffd paid i a visit to relatives at this p asa 9 few days s nca f Bert B Ian ford the handsome ti and smiling clerk auCuuininghamS C Oupans large tablishment Springfield cilled e aont again Bert we freJalways glad i thayevou j Henry Orkies has gone to owrJot atd Mr ClayGardener iSQCcuj1i c jying hisi oldstand t We are sorry to hear thaUtJr P aGorgeasiiit is Jjfromi Ji Hi Ij pUDncSalei 1 will on Thursday 16etK belr2i 1kflcit one QclockI pm onrtbe ha1mknlIcy facm btti and viiI hair ntifci train iVuliey Hila out theSprri twa ind Bloomfidld kviEi il t 1t 0p1bltn8stblddolttbe follqwfrgparaonS PtXonen ten prg Jone goad family arau ointljohsrnes6ajitt holdIani kittsheri Xurnturei and f4rpigr4sJenabntotlJlil ll X1lsumstsO f fa aridh 1tIMo11111A 1 rMrs flebeccaG atie 7 CoV R s f3 y Y1 AJ9CnU I rr Ib il4tiJaibf lt ls lbf I adur rtle c6ujjbniedlufncjjr tie hati t e ideLI l iiF tleys H teynd oxclustv lyl Wct VIjnl foruiSeOol ltiBa Itthe mosteft- t TarII Ie andrjibidlBtcIy Larmlect i l = tcsii b Rertioved- agl 6 T4lUAr 11 t the under ador VieceiVfcjsavl Jettcr ik Qor in frol sllrivn a lThiy celiyearagdi Ht r1tOqcaicruifxgat to tJt1btp dflpte oi hhr tvd- srstei r au tire tIui nwllbSate l1ujedt tlioidiarnh1 ury1IA ctttP thalilThrrr thiet thcr cotld rEiterbiti ldeher hubd il11 1e Nu tiooal rhnd Mrsf CemeteratN Vant8 rs1l0 fags S he was a diugljler of- Col Geor G oinisoSovned 4O0ri Jq tla Ja J n ldrc W I d s Os1 Tpthbrj ifUteI dglrer LetfJiii d 1Y1 gltVtIo ColThbthj5sc5n bid fOoli r ind on JVIllti is now 1hD J parry tfaroa It wassroude i bf a 15 foot stake 1fdrlt1ftnce and cotznedber btrffa ti c nielsil elk and deer Aftefrbirf death it vas maibtaliljBdi Kv Willtam Vance tCneJdy one thetrtur3 escaped and wedt trf the cottage1 of MtJLatighho ttlifi ovefs r1 and kIhldonWot children and mairaedthb olhei fLtigth1nsnd wifkot heSfresmsr tbe acrse A g t It PUnJer tocik pThtIi bieti Jiin and befast dti bear vAsVlait Hut McLaughlin carrjed t scirsto httgtive The V hcr lbrothers werq fiouthetDerd aiil6 otratrttar f ffetrbe1tes tbaVttf ter wards became their yfiyea ii r Graham Sprints ih the beyr p ufk2atWosort WjIKam Van tf was in thsbank lnere October h 18651 tll d4r it was raided y1 One armed 4aerry and I Theguelilllaata Infoth fthoi im tbeitttside that ittht did nbt idpen Hbe opra the f woutll kill them r Fearingibef Would PfeffccK atrtjn aBCflvaifI cati1 ttt theif thteal Mr VIari 4 toldtbol bnkmenUtbe wouJr lftowoienf2be doors be Wou d t udernfthemtfrouao1cjsSil was hoi done and hIfanho lter SamHind his cohorts yicbasedbui fXtqwji without ttyt bpoty Willhm Vanfce died in- Menipbis sevenyearsag6 MOrr gan Vadce wks tfitf PyranV 3esslerof Merter ount iter ark drfys of the civilwar bii heIeastsaid about him in thet piping limes of peace tttd oiut reiutiited countvy s best forjiX XJoncerned Hirrpisburg Dam L tCrab 55S Ok J T1f ippio4 hsbri Mre hGiedayIastWlrtcrl ij nYtrpstorcand1ked bran trf conlmedi inctt it diItoJ4v- itock f ays popuiardruidtu OJttio t thc cfif Po t d dc1wutt 5 cnow xhiat cpzgi r peJLh n coal1frecomC1 n4 o 1 heriliat ic niafreeiy recoitns4u zabe n S E cur aui- thhtshe l cjtijd ftakebttleofhr4rd- yand rw g it tair jtilhJjl ewdksh shchtd nolfiuditwcpt i ile ficy to feringJhe jjottle back ar Il TpuldTrcTund t6c ncepild fnli Course otfajr or Vo ieolIapy jqairi back in cpmpany with ciend lane5l l f a cjingji medicine and advised f 6 1 aisLth of Chaniberidz- iduhEeuied fc nd4erthta ij gcrt tnm fdtJopf9r hcreQ1 J i lrt l wc titomat ppuiar- indIt iiiei1 i it lrge maut- otii cititCplclwtqia t b tt ifitsu- t l far 1c IydeDRoleEtso1- 1ll tt i d J 4j Ilkt k iT1I 1Lste t elhintic11- Jhnystqrew it dru- JibO1Sitb 1IbfDavIa Kt1J isOr Ktn s New DiscbviQ- oii Uonutnptioe 9Qiht1t olds toauise tlttCutfrtwmy sxrear ofsaluii bii lt iivoi atIbIbhte kaowaut- aye Jlnfer rsttfrgD Throat ItttY bg dieeij vhd bulligCl o help franV doetor or i if yu ther mctl M rltr 2 Lui5ticI besjyicjaasprsIct4L and ctLp5 arantee satftionr- Ice t fiiPi IJPf btlsJr Ltk- ii aas iI 1 t IatJ f Ui i LbidbatWflS Iatdrl thch1iblddsItI llki 1 A iTEIcstjpitfon btlf psisick hec31aA1 i SI rll wtacMNbisa4 8UCKIMGHAa wwew iE1JMcft1Ice J a t 1ESLEADEi Lb itTLOUN1Oej pr4ELDKY VIEAB tfi AOVANGE ir Y yJi or hs4ner ioUcCS cents for ttI irs flgttOfl1aud CUt8t0 r 6t1b3efj1PTlt ffltOI nLi Oi cinttiiite and pdlihlcaI matter t ceqta Job w k JWIIIJtt ratesbrt cash 1kIItI on jivusf 6t ood orib1riccCfl iaI en H6oral t XttuftriCiiLaIUjsoIutIOhs of r pCt 3 nttIJorIIIc AiTttcta1FN75 t1ny Mdstrutes uLOmcer3 Dtriet OLIcC5 zr raURSDV O6TOBER 17lU1 4 ffor Cc We rei authrized taflO 1C0 TSCOTT MAJS asic1idati frt ct1ICO of tnr yAtV r2ioy ofcontytjmbnr e1QtiQI9JL or Tflastyte thMIJI3D ks a uic1Idate for Mdgistrate lfl the lind springtlcld Iso 0 or tVe uro athcfrizdot Jianbutfue- BYROlf CROAKSi I CandIatO the office of horIff- vswngton dotnti Novob e1ccr 3n 4101 Dept4e9 Si4he1I1ournt3 Ed Iaster We are authorl il to announcere G54 pthONiV1 4r d acanIdat cithe ThrnochIO r1ijnon fO preentaive frD12 0itiLy November eleC 1asIfp 1031eqtP Thej appearS o 8a an ppida pmOo bnk robbrips through b7cLurry An aiumpt 1Lqflarrothburg ftst week ad a I CFIeI btlO bo wi en officers and roobetS Ocurrnd in thev treih flhbbrs wr1ied htk bui1ritfattiie O 5btt securd rno ihabasVy as thehi t Miznk were Caroused A rUn TiThc htfollo e in Which oneISS 4robtr was wounded Near 3 J Tit Jhltdn 0 tenoihei bank tfas ofrented 4dIvj fha in of OdlfJb Pdvfe rs tq coehtinurderf wi fltatu Go4t s oti at eurgebwn Ar ern1II dys at juy coiftposect of twelve td Democrats vas curpd and the tJkiyg of testiniony has been aguu Tnecbuniy cl3rks ffibial tab 50iIl 1oui NiliegVfs atotHf of 4 985 ce toThetimate TOtti theVbi f4cwts 43 P liis gives a DeinosrfctA rnbjqri1y 114 ir- i i PrmourRgiUrporrospbndenV lmAwpf r tbisnfiwsy place fir U nif tme IwMV pturfeJErth again Mr JjbnE Smith and bi p diirUnerslr j B audE M ri koptty fure iotrr a 1h ltiIcir tiant Mrs CeiI Ly6i ot rI1yOOS5 Ir Ut Smith bttn Ia jhe rciupdatibn for bisueiv resi deuce MoiUrty Mtif u H vrfi t an1 EBfe Buck jw of Hardio Cf eirwpro viiS 5tr 3Ye ThIB3oub1zfd dd t no It lATe tlfriStarve a i thesis nothing else to Ifve bonWhei sngtit is Juil an spirits ln1ie aieLb1Iig rc reshed honeiisc1c anI btair j rbody ind wit1 con i d tinualfiow oTrich hIoocTIThis is1et1thlvb in 1ovspriL 2 cheers nopring w1iLrcs t 4nt resta icT4i no i 1eeI we a sted puJblop w spQorthre IStlfe nutri 3 a b i4in it I Bakof 1e 11ood foo1 epthe b1dcreh W1iei I 1s tk Scotts ri1i1siai I Cod JAvor Oil It seisThi t whole bdy gng S hrmai1rn marand child1 fcored k eOt1or free aampt b1tauc rnI14hJtpr1e rou scorx a nowZ tl1trccteidixoa en thgistsifcJjR i t Tho IlBSA dtf BEavo Always Bought andliicli bas been in iige Iror Otcr 3O years fiak Tbor i thfeisfgWilrire x f9 1Sand iia been tritidfe under Ms per P sonalsiipervis ion inco its Infancy r 46ibtiif otIv yon in this jjfitl CotfnterfclW miitations andil JusltTasgood arc but Experiments tlmt lifte Aritk and en lander the liealth o Infants and Chlraren Ib erTencb ngatnst Experiuient is CASrORlAcias- torla Is a iies BuVstftute tjoV Castor OiljFaite jjoric io1sJi4 ootujng yicup It is PIeatWt l6 contafns iic1Iter jIum 1UQfli1 nor other areot1 tStancc ttsagre Its aVanteei it destrovs Wornw ijnci allays rfeverishijess Il cures Diarrhoea iid Wine Colicr It relieves TeVthingr Trouble cuVeS pnltipation arid FlatnJency Iitassrrtitlate tlie ipod Tepufates th6 Stomach and BQXVCTS giving heWtt y ttn4 iialfoi sleep The Childfen 3 feisiacea The Nth rs Friend EiuiN CASTOH1A r nears the Sigfiatiire of The Kfed You Haft AtfaS Bought Irtt Use i dr Over 3d Years seitcifrsewyoe L1 c mg Misij Ndra Medley Sunday Ir Smith Carricq sold a mule colt to Mr John Hill for HO Mrs H nFy Sn1it ishvfng HHd fouudittum dilg fora hevto toideuef j Iiss iCjSrrfe Sdiitb Jgotertaioei antwdMartin Hatnfltpns iQaidencd cm t Wfidriesday A good Tjrbwd attended the ce of Mh Geo eWest Thurs v VhVn Coal Wn Prohibited jt makes thep sent generation smile io read the accounts which have com clownto Us coueernlng the prejudice jvhlch wfe Wrnicrlj cntertahiet against certain articles which are ot erydry tousuniptlon For lnstaiicclt Is tall that when coat was flrt used In England the prejudice against it was so strong that the house commons petitioned the king to pro bit the UHebf iie uoxioas fuel A royal inoclahiatlon having failed to abate the nuisance a commission was to ascertain who burned cpal thin the city of London and its neigh rhood to punish them by force lot the lifst pffpusi arid by the tieniolitlon their furnaces If they persisfd In nsgretsIng A law was dirtily pass making Ifri cnpiuil offense to burn coal in the city and only permitting It be used by forges In the vicinity It stated that rfmoug the records In the wer of London docipeut Watt found according to which a titan was gauged tlile time at lwnrd I for no blbor crime thaff havlng been caughtr burntncr coal It took thrW centuries entirely cfCafc the prpjtidlce AnflqnJty of PInyin Chrds Tho game of ranis wis first played the east and seems to have had a military origin tads were introduced nt Asia into Eurtpi at tOte tiiuc of crusadps and were first tised by necromancers to foivtcll fortunes They became a pupular niunsomout In the south of Hiiropo where tile Sara ns and iloorstatyiht the people how use them and card playing spread all parts of the contiriVnt The state jfecords of Ctcrniany riontion the fact that Rudolph rvas total of the game and played with Ills court lers After the livventlon of pnper the man ufacture of Amis bpoarno extensive ut declined somewhat when Card play ingwas forbidden by sevpral qf the Ofirman states and by th English gov ornment on nccount of the supposed moaI tendency HifoVo tin era of 1npcr cards iii the orient wore made tf ivory iispyiits studnvas hssfrp quently of the precioiis mtftals and quite commonly of wood For V4ry Gwtil Itenson I told htn I would make him eat his words declarod Mr Booiliwoud hotly speaking of rfquaiTcl ho had had with Mr ITru htnrt He has been telling things about mC that are rank un truths Iloiv foolishly men talk to one nn other commented Mrs lipochwood placidly What do you meabr fpmn tided her linsbafio Do you nteudtp insinuate that aicn talk to fach oitljcfv more fool Ishly UftU women chatterV0 Of course I do the fady pdt on Imiirrturlwbly Kpw omen ncvfaf y to makfTjh o hfrjeaj their vords matter how A grjr they msy beSCertliinIyitctt rchfttedMr Itecet doaajsuor tt vety oifrewtr too Whaf jrcaop the demanded BecauBethflr c bfroTyurgCffronlcleTelegirpii vy WnterWont Wliy cauiot wplry in water Bp cause water can only be heated to tinboHIngr polutN212 degrees and pqy nd tSltionalpcraturo Two utiftdrM and twelve de Poface of anything Fat on the contray can bMinc mach hotter the tempera tur dcpai lnff cii the kind There is n lessoA her for the ecoiiomical house wlCc Jant sjihIC the stovc with fuel meat etcr art- s1tvzy bdUlufr They cook no faster cans of the increase of heatIot5kI Siare In ii Jewel Tlitae Is astqrytItI o1a Fiieuc1itv- ant who Vas shown aprIccJc3B Jewel by agreat auke JThank yon 17 lord duke said the pi an C cJcncei for allowing to r eJwltii you thV possession of so Iiinhuttwat8a1dttic 1ult JWh1 youi graee cat do no mort i hfifl1l bt nt4t nntLyoti1iavc aIttw ktadd thKbeYeaio-un c Ivlnts Like nSuvaee Civil ed people will be shocked at the ndviqe of nn English phyftician to Weak ly patient fojive like a savage bo cired Savages It may be ti c ao hot belong to club have no stock s change know nothing of trust d trado ombinations run no volt t ical caoipagus and po reserve some vi yilltS and nerve force Tot purely living purposes Baltimore American FooIUii Robert Lowe BftcnVard Lord She r brook ace saw n deaf member1 of par Jinment tr ing his best to catch Iwlth his ear trumpet the words of nn ex tremely tlull speech MufJt took at that foolish man wild Lowe throwing away h s natural advantages PaymentsIbyfcotpCert ilnly not answered Mrs Cnn roxTi littW Indignantly We pay cash for ry lesson The Ideal Wash ington star SWell Bred Gentleman That looks a welt brt Own flog rI should think he was well bred Uhy he wont have a bit of din tie r tilt lies sot his collar on Punch The die ia noted for thp variety of its fist An expedition sent bythfl B rltist muSeum brought fiouTo 2200 specim us- iRallvays us np over 2000000 tohsi of stoe a year almost half the worlds product Politely Put Anxhus Fattier from top of tairs Say aiy lane Mitt Jniu Yes papa Anxioun Father Is it 11 ocloclryet- Mar1 Iiiie Yes papa Anxious Father give the young man ly cami llmonts and ask him to kindly closr flio front doof from t uutsido Cliicapo News Tue MinMlxilpt Before the coming of the whites to Aqiprica thc Mississippi river Was k nonIl by a different name every few miles its course Each tribe that dwelt along tts banks pave Ita name and uore than thirty of these local d esig intions are preserved in the nar rativrS of the early traveler In Scotland a twentieth of the area is fores land 1hf Kwwf portion of the c oun ry Is iuouii4aln heath nlid lake The cultivated taint is comparatively very limited in area Make Some One Happy Chfirles Xlngslcy titus counseled a frlei d Make U a rule and nray to C6d tolielp you to keep it never if pos sible to lio down at night without biv Ing to say lIhav made one iui maii Jeiig itt least a little wiser a lit tle linppltT cr n little loter this day You will find it easier than you tliiuk a ndliileasliilteIS nowlcHJjed Sailors S Hors are a Ixnvli jrjjcd class An old alt always walks as if he were on the cok of a sii1iitl lit never lakes g roit strides like a kirclsinitn lie Is use to having to walk great distances lirl is Ihiapiilatlrrti on the quarter deck am he rant et rut of the habit of ma injtlif inost et hIs reinohade L5L t TlieSponne ys The sponge rcprodocos its kind main ly byc gs In each animal are cen tal lod Uotfi the tank and tits female element and It throws out the ova e batchuf In flit wntc St first the e tug are free Rwiiuming oiidufter rl they attach thomaelves to cou vc iient spats and grow J t Tlii Cnmplior Rntri1 t la suipiisinjj what a number of a nphor enters there are aiDong Ithe c ill to do oJasws The idea Koeins to r vail that this jgiini taken in small led regular loses gives u peculiarly clear creamiqesa of complexion and f res of youKg women buy It for this pt rpose The habit ify moreover very dilicillftpt cast off for camphorpro dices a mild fonij of exhilaration and t ulefactton and in manj Justauccs icr veiyiarge doses have been wal vcd the habit has Jbecouie nTsbrt of elivery 1hcso cjimphor eaters jft Lhay n dreamy dazedJihrf very flstlW air apd In jtnpst of them there nfrYver cscnt Ibuging to sleep or at least to Bt Extreme weakness gencrally fQll lews thettaljlHgof regular oseand 1 hjive soon cases where it has beOial xrost dlffifeult to tell tlzetttj fronf trpse atcphot As to the completion ilia ghastly pallor Jjp an implement rmphor certainly produces itC4lnlc Tlrnln Moved Iii Streami Kaxvhere In North America will you conte on a more thrilling night scene than the fresh water cargo tank un loading at Buffalo says RollluLyude Hartt tn Tiie Atlantic Hero he lit beneath the tovterlng grain elevator wtilcli thrusts a long pumping pipe tcnlled the leg dQwn through her tiptchway Mfttirit the gangplank dodging the ltfhm ropes that that 7our heat reel stumble about on ti dark deck look down down dew u through the 9pen hatch and zounds what a sight The livid glows with XJlectrfcltj It is misty with blown Jtlxist It roars with mechanical octiv ity An enormous fjieolJ shovel big Isethe 1iitle of n house find Tnanfpulated by countless flying ropes charges ack find fortli throxigh tJiNSvlinc KiigOr of the lsliJp pitching the yellow grain be fore it and heaping ft till where the leg tan get hold of to whisk it ho bin that Is somewhere up In the sky Bpneafi tn the hoW an army of lfl ie clad men with wooden scoops barely dodg the deadly shovel as they swinjr the grain into its path Observations by Mlltlrtd Scene Tramcur Dramatis peisonro v Fouryearold girl mother and several passengers Child ift high shrill treble Mamma aid you ret papas birthday present Yes dearest What did yell get mamma Cigars loyey The oheap ones that Aunt Millie to you alotn Ih nce from mamma but ft heiRhten edllush on her tact that was not entire ly the rellectlon roni dearest loveys red velvet lint Mamma that man over there hint on n dreadfully dirty necktie You tolu papa the other day that no gentleman would wear a soiled necktie Man glares and pulls lila coat abe his neck StMildred stop talking Mildred was silvnt for a little while Manjnm that Putty over there lung to polish lat shots this uiorniugv Lcndon Spate Momenta All CliePFe Densely Populated Professor Adametz who devoted con tgiderablo time to the study of the fra grout subject said that the population of an ordinary cheese wleu d few w eks old is greater thaii the number of persons upon the vartlV Professor Adninftz made sonic inter pstlng researches dealing with the mllr pluto orcanisms found In Miecse From a inicroKcnplp examination of n K6ft nithegrains 5f chupso when jicrfertly fresh from itO to 140ttl jnioroUea were found and when the clwcsp tens ccS entj days out tilt population had in creased to 800000 in each fifteen grains An oxnmiimtion of r cheese at twentytire days old proved K to eontaJn iOOOOO in earl gram about fifteen giain hid when forfyolive days oltl 200ilih iii the samf small partrcle Splclcrr Are Intlnntrlon No smnll Insect ever eenpe front the Vlof n spider a fact vhieli la not to wondered at when it con siderPd that alt or tfnnry sized snare may contain as manV as 120000 viscid globuloe The spinner is constantly fjjigagtrf in repairing injuries tq the web Inflicted by wind strav leaves ir captrrJ Iilpppts Once tidnyhe Whole snare in sybjooted to rlRorHns ojtamina tion and any broken or loosened threads are adjusted Conlhnf Magai zlne1 Thunder Winter thunder la considered throught out Europe to be of very ill pmcu bit April thunder is considered to be very beneficial In Devonshire and other Cider counties of Kngland there Is n saying tint When it thunders in April yon must ckaa up the btrrelsin readiness that is for n plentiful crop of apple The French consider April thunder to Indicative of a good yield from their vineyards and cornfields Chance inr engtcmnceS Slmson CMigrllyi have sent tlwedl hot of The Hl htone Magazine forty two of my puems and lie has returned every one of them Friend nt sendblm ant more Ilejuiiglit g ft ff v wp tf heah6uld What could he do He mlglit publish one of them un der yoar real naumreW York Week iy Almntlonril Clufernii An abandoned cistern is often a dan gennis tliiiif and siould hi fllrij as stagnant WHtr which utay remain in it is 1lIflhuIuIIthis nii not lie done at onr it Is n good plan to thMw in jiroicr di nfeciaiits- and gradually fill it up With flfted coal ashes The Rent Illttrrnpnn Maminn Hat darling why Rhould you object to taking the good doctors UljpItobbyJf isnt luis nilvlce fiiamuia Its his linrld okl medicine that I Mate to take Chicairo News Vhy Ho Vovcr At nltm II T Iilrnl A man wlo is pnni ng the Irving for a family doesn t have time to live up to iis wifes Meals iinU by tho lime has t made his ititilttmtc Is too old tiurt wants to be comfortable Atchison han Globe To mako good tea and coffee the Wi ntert should be tnken at the llrst bubbef- lomember eomiraud boiling cause the water to part with Its pises and be ConIc tint This to the pause nf much had tea and coffee Indies Home Journal nidlnu the Wooden ftnrne Torture on a grand nealp went out l1Iiitklughamtfnuedto lie iraftco on nulltary olf lenders down to the eliffiteentlK cen tory The form mosr frequently resort wl to was that hnovn as tlie wdoden horse to ride which was the punish ment aecordcd for petty tliefts in subordinatlrn aiuf on The woo lcu liojsD was made of plants nailed to gether so as to fornfa sliari ricfge or ungle about eight or nine feet long This ridge represented the hack of the horse and was supported by four posts or Iep8 about live feet hjh placed on n stnml nradu niovablc by truckles To- complete the reKpmblaucQ io uo blesf animal ii creation a head and tail were dded j yvi thnrtiuLpilLii uiutUiu pfilccr to ride the horse lie vas pjaced j on the brutftf back wltfj ffli nnuds fifbchlrid bjin niyl jfeieouejitiy epoyyli jit prder icr Incr jftA fhe pjln muBkets were fattcnedtrtb Ua legs t Weigh them door as was Scu irir said iarpIbacked1 London Granuici Si i THE GAME OF SLIP SLAP It 1s tithe airl Jumt ttlLoiigThere are not ninny games that are Short enough be played b juessteery old Here is a game that Is great uu and is justtbu hngth to com rlngdIseatsaTillS game Is called s p slap an requlreyalong thin piece of twine andLaan orjdlnniy slzedsppol Rim the cord throtfghthe spool then tie the ends of the cord together making a circle whlci slfbnfil be large enough to holdin four lirjle slrls Two girls ate selected t Itothree to play with her making tour oh e slachTU9 girls who cboose are the captain o tflast choose stands m a ring holding the cord In their hands The captain has the spopl under one of her bands holding the cord The other side mustastand mote together inside tltaj ring made lytbe eQrd end facing ths Thtrt T chenring cries Slip antI the other side dance twice around thrum slipping llmthspooljto cin Idt tIheyheI other side from swing who has it o When tLey have been completely nroupdftyje others tWice tbe captain ofrat t tfheone hits tire spool holds her band over ithiding Jt compitelymThe captalp of the side Inslde the Ang must at oncfe slap gently one hand of vutjjile ppoql It she is right and touches the bgndtbat holds the spool her skiascores two points but If the shouia tiJtiunscore one point In either ease the hide Sichange jplaces If the captain guesses wojng and the girt whpsjJ hood she touches does not have the spool at allJ tlnj side outside the cord scores one point both sides remain where they are and they go on as before until thueecaptain Inside the ring does guess right wluu thH sides change placespTlio goon should be ten points buttt yyouof your recess reducing It to seven ot Increasing It to fifteen points as yon pleasehThis In an especially good game for IStt rainy day when you cabnot go to thu Seplayground Yonnsr Ilomliioldor When President KujieneLfvcis of the Cincinnati gymnasium sjat d that even babies wore bondholders of fhe 0newFou 3r MlflsMbe seventoenmontholil I son of Assistant Superintendent Miliu f the institution probably enjoys ill distinction of being the youngest bond FOUCAlt IILLSip holder In America If not Young1 Mr Mutt sdS honored by Uiq hoard ofdlrectors of the gymnasium by being awarded bond No The young sters father is one of the best all around athletes In Ibe west and thov babe mhy ror6 to bo a chip off thp old block Cincinnati Commercial Tribune WAtDont ovirfiid your dog Overfeed big causes ninotcnths of jhe diseases of dos Tue dog will ben law unto himsel Iq the matter If you will allow Him and intro hot ahiady spoiled himf Place a dish of food before him Hie food exceeds his capacity he wllf try to hide sonic of It Cot a time whiii he will need It Dogs are naturally more econoiulcal than wan LtV lit I I ninoiin yon give him loss wlfat be dir w ned nvay anti hid be your Never give him more af mensureI has taught yo4 what his capacity is Ut ar if nJInd that a female eats more than a mule A puppy should be fed throe times a day dog oyer one year should not teti bo tnoTf than oiico and the middle of the flSy Is the best time SJkeya Bxplnnntlon Jakey was n llttfe XSorman boy who was nlwiiy hye In getting to sfliooL One diy howeve he arrived before the bell rang and running up to the teacher he cried Yell today arapvfore at last II always vns pehlne pefore j An Honemt COnfoMlnn Im fond nle stories ofgiantj wltchfi tit ohr thtmelucthgoomtt underground guarding thel rdrtrhet dragons goblin end elves t tor airs wizards with stern bearded tarnthwinds lonifrobfj fluti ttisie oot quite to miDj dark i thToAbout qaone Many poopio nut about oionc witl Oiit inuc as UnowinKwh ozouo hero is a prjcvalyiit Idea that it Is spiiHthlnjfyoirgetif sea and that f is good1Xor lungs What that Sonuthlng is however Jew eehtte hay t lulHcient curiosity to inquire Ozone 3tTyhat cheniists call au allotropic form 1M6f oxypsn that is tto say It is oxygon n a jiighly uttivo and conccntrqtid roe j dltlon la otdlnaVy pure air ozone ex j iists bufonly in wliat chemists cal traces trgtnMiinoiiuts tirii found in x ceau and mountain air It ipstautJy dJhappears When brought In contact with decaying matter dfesiu ting It Self it weie In the net pf ouldizmnii that matter f Ozone Is know tpoccur wore pjjntIn fully tfurtntf ihundeistorms ad we haver of bourse the analogy of Us be l otygeuiyI tjtffjV On Ute body ozone Is l elhved to act as n ttmttlaat the popuinliiotlon of Its brtieftfflnl effects aHexpe UlcffcWjV the feea but in jnny greater amount than uer8Hrrffrieffir is if vToleut inrhaufl One authority goes the length ofrssortrns that t is doubtful whether l Wneflcfal to animal life at alL t a HLsCrnba Are KIButerar Crabs are Lslititi animals In fact tonh1ictithllIstover thb fore part ot time head where Shell Is hardest anti crush It In by ou Effort and it rather boars out niy Idea iM the claws 6f these creatures are particularly weapons of war that the moment one of them receives severe in ry In A claw it drops U oft by volun tary amputation severing its connec tion with the body at the shoulder by an aetofiitsown will Iteelusto me probably that if the claw were neccs ai rfeqdbig naturoTV4uId rathor seek to euro aii injury to It than lett the anlmaWIscara altVgedk Time speciesrfpf crab which ii Pjost conspicuously ii figtr ils hernitt crib Its lust Idea of independent life to eat a inmm1eett Whelk mid occupy s shell1 It tifxt notion is to give bat- eti to fvery crab of the same pcrsna as itself that it comes acrosS Al together hornijt irabs are undonUJedly he most quarrelsome creatures In ex istence The Hand Klai The kfse of hand Is undoubtedly and therefore not derived from that of the lips but provably th- onverse Is true Thug hand ties loosely asserted toMe developed froth servile obeisances in which thecarth e toot and garments were k asedj hand and Vliotk succeeding Qtjler f tithe and approach to equality of nuik Hat it is doubtful if that was the actual order anti is certain that t time when hand kissing began were less numerous gradations of rank than at a litter stage Kissing oftie hands betwoea misb isi entjoned in lie Old Testament also by Ilomev Pliny anti Luctau The kiss applied reverentially to sacred obj eets suclt statues of the gods asI showii by ancient works of art and lso among numerous etymologies by at of the I atin word adoro and it at alto metaphorically applied by the inferior or worshiper kIssing his owp bund and throwing the salute to the superior ot statnV Constn thg The methods employed by txOov Throtkiuorton ot Texas to make clear claims of lila tllents wore unlike those Qf any other law er hut they often curried conviction wittt them At otte tihic he watt dofondlng a niafl- wilt was on trial for ijiumrdet in Gaines vllic Tex Ho desired to make it plain o tin jury Mint tile mann whoui his cll had killed although in his shirt KliHVts and without n pistol pocket might have boon well armed Can you tiny signs 61 arras About iutV demanded Ui9 general tak ing oiT his taint and standing before the jurors They shook their bends Watch tact lie said dramatically and with that he proceeded to draw d pistol from under each arm one frotq qach Loot leg and Jrota the baQk of his jieck a howle knife of moat sinister as pect Youths Companion IJtnrIni n Plr Walk As fly glirles rapidly over nsmooth surface vvery sup prcsso out dsupply1 of gum strong HnoticK to give him sure footing ami to sustain him In safe ty ff he hujts So strong is the comeni- that that upoik ont of hi4 six feet quite Mitiiceut to Stmtimiii the weight ot his whoh ody limit if ImstiindR still the gum may dry up and harden qulck ly and so securely fasten the traveler root as to make a sudden stcfr snap th6 leg itself If yott wisirfo hear a Ay walk you can do it without tho aid of tlt uuga- piioue Having tnnde friends with the fly Kproad a silk hflndkorchief oven your ear nud mdtuo the iilseft to crawl across the hnndkirfhif he ap- prortchen your ear you will distinctly1 hear u harsh rasping sound juade by the contact of the Insects feet with he fllumcuts of slllc wO mod Arrnenta I say that Ada in and Eve never ex ted declared the first theological disputant Oh hut they did Answered the see- den tlteoinglciiluttspumtatit lion do you know they did Were you tlieref How dp you know they didnt ore yod there Baltimore Amerl ca it Giant Nearly Twenty Feel Tall The giant FerragiiH who was slain by Orhindo the nephew 6f CharleV magne wits eighteen feet high He al ways accompanied the army on foot there being no horse tall and strong enough to entry him Platerus In hit r3imomutfjody measured fo feet 4 Inches and S Hues 500 Worth fre- fREE HOME TREATMENT 5sEczema Okl Son a Jiallgnaat Ukor STofouia ajlcose Ulcers Flstiil osithely sur d nice AU pimplesblacllienda oa a ginauearcsm n GiraicUl6 Step We guarantee to cure iny of tile abone dUeasc with the of our soap alone or we will refund yporanooey The ost marrelotu remedy and curative power pf neimaniMe Imme three t mothefihould pevItgionr deiangeGleet Leucorrehcca cud Derangement of GenittfUntaJry ofran thll aetp baa nerer kiown to fall u wlil cure For baby thiS and ted ikJtfil Ii no equal hud makes the Xia aft and white preventing rath in ha summer time We give full instradion with our free trial treatment and furnintf enoOjh toAp free to demonstrate to you beyond aU question that can be cured You trtat yourself lnv the privacy of your own home withoat the ai 5q of vtilting the doiiior and the know- dge of yourn4hbouasad friends Here itonof a feii of the thouumi of we are ns5etvlng every days William Bannerman I have been troubled wittt ecen foe tJtir year I have tried eerytbing bat getno I was futiOi4menJedntiJI our ioap chX did and It baa cured ii eiy I canupbVatSe itespugh aft htghl recommend it td anyone tmunieti with eczema Very truhi yours airs wtnSeld Scott moelmdrfe TIa1 Tor pttea Jnterpal external or Otherrertal dfeiWr npjJOrito ia 5LlajUngtacure the worn ca eol pile to eight apptitions We fpeniah s ree tmia1treatme2t of thidwOnae e and wheT full treatment U taketo we luTe eyef knowfl Itlb fail WfclTB i QfI AY v reetmsnLfrdshsec151 iiareyu nothing fonthtn1abtyetmectn4- icyottiidlhietwe ImavtttIei tmata- ibooethT21e iaeT1tdliuse4bflhiemqii4 mimte hnthwflY- arnttoAddrrrEtIINSTJTBTh eb73tharkS Chictc3 Ill 1 Nl2 Powerful rogresgjve 1t Of lii rom Een m H7f4 SOlfltERlflJTIJt Investment Cothpaiiy Lexington ilrit fSa4AGEN Springfield ty Int Two Car Loads of Bigiwv iM SuheyJJrjvj1gWagons now have 8ii hand and tifere more cowing Come letusfit bussyPfciPiitest iit FOR EARLY PLOWINGr 1ou will ed a ood The nothing thttue4ua1s ie genthneOL1yE1t CJE11LLE for whi9hwe ace the bJe enfisl v We alfeo keep the genuinie repairs J fi r Vfyftoip jlED aiitt SEEM afetprf CASH for grain Y THO1YIPSON LAKE PRINGFIELD KYJ VILLIH McKIHilE His Life and Work By Gen Charles H Qro6venor Presidehti lifb long FitendjCpfi rade in war and Colleaga in Qongresft WJ near hid aJde with other grwtfr men when his eye wefg cloeed lin death Followed the bier to the National Capitol and to Canlon The Generel requires a share pf the pro coeds of ala book to be de nted t5a McKinjv riyylcment Fond THtta every anbscriber becomes acontrib ator to this land MilUodB ot copies will be s61d Mverybody will buy It Orders foj the asking Ifoqodv will refuse Elegant Photogravure Pot trait of President l cpnley lost pie tore taken at the White loose You can eyeily and quickly elect 000 taking ordeje Order outfit quick Chance to proye success secure rear ly contracts And become manager Sand 12 2 emit stamps for elegant prospectus Taking 10 to 60 Vorders daily 50000 copies will be sold Iin this vicinity Colored Strides t A little Swedish monthly magazine published In New ork city requested fya venders a h2trt time ago to send iuj accbuuts of the qxperiences they had Irhcn they first arrived in this country Here Is price tfpecituorij In my tin sophisticated days I once started out to call upon a girl I had known in ihcy old vVMllf4r f fob fold that oUJ fln1 at ilodlsoij afcnue and street When reached thaj qorngr IWps hi finallyIqn the avenue andrang thebell A girl came to tho door Dpos illstsii Nelson live here L asked aa polltefy as I could nt I dont know ally sncti pers6n she answered and L was tunijng away when she called after mesh0 white1 That irritated nie DM you eye know an jr Swedes who were coloredV asked f I have Been in fCW fli Swedes was her retort jutCi I did not continue the conversation v truth of d feSturer iA well known Eiglish woman5 turcr tells these stories at her orrn ex pense i Jt I was she says onh tout5 fhrougfr the provinces pnd onp night ns4 hp peanjd cnJlHJnlajtform in a araal town this cjialnnan hitroduced metouhzu dlencs ftl the following7 wny pu nave heard ofMr QjadstQnethc Grand d Man tet pie pow intrq4uce to 30 i the grqnd old woman This was m Ounuqtlmer tsataIop bluJplttarit er who boastqd of jjls abjHty t6 Io6fy ou alt sffles of a question nnhoiinced me ns followsf This ladys coule here to talk abput her rlghjs heetidv heX nlrcd tieJiall aud no jihep sat a right to bt ncre nnd if any of you dont like what sIueot t f vrif ytTO got nn equal right to itaik out In the middle ont FroiUdm It Is becomii the fashltyj for utr man to seek a maternity hospital that her children nrty be horn amid conven l lances lacWng at hoe chlldrcrij bpmetch0t1They i ccincmnbeishosplta1ffjor their final illness and bur led from an undertakers nqrjor It Ila bccoinlug a fashion to take everything from hoiue eicept the famlf roysi They are 4ill sacred 40 the ifanaUy hearth Atchlion Glpbej 4 ItnIiftn flrimtndg ISIS Ouejtflumer ovdu1LIbit4rowd I theater an Imjwtlent IpuiitJ deintiHdct the Drawing gf the curtajn rireifmlnary to tlutfflAt h Wlicnni tat It wri upr lsedAjl Passatore riiiuv ifts anttpd bi ueuped The SgttbInteto- 1 j aimed1 1rt Affrighted nuaictice 4rh chief Btatetltqat he sttonljf tihj 3 fa pe head which he tho tfd pierci ol IectetLCj footytDWotested Lady Presturvhd Essays1 Pavmn G C W2ON Re Estta- ild 1nsnrall5 Agent Read this Jisdkand see if thera isanytbing updn it thatydtilike If s write for furth pthticu lars and you will be ais eted in fJll Write promptly is any pC thera are defe to Resold and at any tioife If you oijft geewlaf you traDt here hand tbis- rt6 your neighbor And write moj as i have others and will ba glad to an sw r you I have refused very entry tnat in 037 JDtoitnent was priced cbo the cdarket curv ent of its class and those that have listed the41fiimswitIi me want to sell badly bot bea cause they want a profit huti because some of them want tiW O Into otlerIttisiuess aid ot ers nee4 the rboney aId now ia your chance for bargains Iam prepared to fillyour demand y No 1 350 acre farm I mule fom Springfield tin good road ThiU farm is in high state of cuUivatioit hzw a honstfirrith odms 2 halls alffnecessary ontbiiUding firstclasj tobacco lani and will eertal tr make some one einehjonjeV f No 3 216 ire farxp3 mtjem frbraFF Springfield otipilceijairr goodim provement land in oj sate of cnltH vat p and welipateied per creJ Ne6 13734CtC farm 5 mi1e Springfield fandin fine 4tate of culftivation first Uass fIi hposeya story 8 rObma1 2 hall8jfjje1gotmd bara and crib nd ill outbuildings price37SU 5 No 10 Farm of 304 acres gtMLim provemeutsvreil cnceu Md watered Price 40 per acre T V No Jl a jpife farms 3Xiia v froth priag5ildi Urat class brick Home 8 rooms 3 haiti gc d tock and tobacco bare crib and grahe ry wet fenced price 40 per are SNo 12 100 pcre farm 7 mites front prIngfIe1d t Texas smaildweiIhiig3 and bank fine landi alliiigrasstprictf ver at No4 140 acre fa4p1mhiesJci Springfield jjmBroVea except Maze first elasa land price 40 No 14 339 ajiarm 6 miles from Spingfiel4jGpq 4oco1 dwelling j house iarge stock and tobacco barn price PJS pef aclfe r f F5 220 vac farm miles from fSpringfield gclpd dwelling house 7 rooms large stock fobaccobarn frst aennpt hoUe good land t fj r rNo 16 277 acre fwrm 10 miles front Springfield new improvements ot every cindqod 4enant hQIaeSiudl tobago barjij rett good scho l andachuychpric82Qperacre o 17 4tjLaCrefarimj6 from Springi4 gut4ZflPtoVememit of every khmd h glfsTtflteof hitjyajon nearachQgeburchor st6nlcepri e 2SmiefacrefdNo2b jre Mrmn romn Springji td tlbo4 5 room dwellingt good ttck barpTtiijcti lrst- ivellroi l47racics- fitleatats ofcuitivatiin njcd3Oper acreua 4 VNo22 169 acre farm 4j4 miles Irons pririgfleld rn county roadJ5ret clasV frarid hotts dcMs gzod itok 2barn and tbaccoaybr wfl4euic d andt watered price 25 per acre No 23 Jg7 ac effarra 6 milEs from SlP5D5fie gf fa room house good slcfck barD jprjce 6 g A Ja24 350 acre farm 6 miles frpni Sjnnjfied on pike good tvo sorj frame hou e sjod and t baccofbrij weUwjiter and fenced rnpaUy iifi yaspJce2Upare FNENEWSLDA o 4 JWr f v inn fif wLiT DENTISTIJ ETU EXTRACED I t iijPlIQuT 1 PAINt r J = 1 j i j oiIaE k tJstrr tERINGF1ELDKY j ST t1I F1rstsS l it J D UORD l s =L tELEsiTIST9 l t t OFPICBflT BUILDnt joLtlIOeatea I ty l r JtFI KYo1yD H tA2i rt S tf FICL I It 11010e21L floe niL wkDSIsJ SOCK8P- ItILCGIRLD KY- ji 7Ht kFIcIir Biqeharts for bar offluestover Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm L ijWfdRIGSfY d TTORNEYATLAW d f 9mce over Peoples Batik a IIZRINGFEL1I KY i bNO oiirta tte lililsbtlig Roller Sals 1 t Ilt f11isbur1Ky t H eIlicit ifhe patronage of the tJtn ub1ili 1 Ji J Bet Flour artt Meallj froUrailitaken e for J rJilourreiallSflpijijr fcilh ftt r4ti You Wilt bIwi Waite4n ttthl rliJi B tl1 sh j r efficient Miner Win Sutherfanidf better knbWn es I IasCDushrlJJ f JOIN C BURNS Prop o a p PEOPLE KNEW HIM 1 IITHElfI11111r IIPII MasjW3 Godre WaahfDgton made antSoldllouij ery barrel of flour inThe iiarkeIi t MbuntTernoniVit raised u to quohly or weight repoUtioabe eert1nf is that the pwter offered hIrxh feotfy is Eeasooe and not a worthless tetion of it or substitute for it fmijj Aplasteristhiestforjnof pdr and Beson sW1 tp1astcr 5000 M of tpbt that IOU eon trast 11 they 6aj O f QougHS Oa Lime Mck lumbago mns c11r stiffness and rheumitinn troubles of the liTer and kidneys Influenza or grip aouinond all otfift diseases to xteInft1 trentm t neUevOdu4e cure 1 by Bensons Plaster DOllo ntme thgrB1Iado Oa1iI tatoodInT l ensonsV rior1 othot planter it sa go dac iis Ih competition with tha besilmown 1eeter f Euro Bc1Am S3IYOj For sale by eli druggista cir we win pre theUthtodBeabury 4Johnson JSIf OKbmlst Nti 17 jSalAS lff 11t=fIM Ii f V TBy virtne taxea duo 1ie8tteorfi entuckY adcOIpty fJWashinttoI rwlll aa Sheriff offer Jar sale at the Courthouse door l lr pripgfleld on MONDAYpGtORER 28ljOl about 1 ot1oc1cpm1tile following property or so much thereof A wilL1 featiefy tbe amount of tax and costs iowiti f Pottavllle DJatrlct De o BoswellI br fho years 1899Ji1900 and 1901 imonnt of taxes and eqstn 3Q PottsviI1oCoIoedMary Edelena jeirs for theJ82itb 1901 Incltisfve unoont of taxes and COHt8l09 f JB POWELJ1 1 9Jc1f WaahfnBtpn JOAJ H jKelfy Sbop JDtttnct S G Jades Iy Ton land for yeara489 V1899 1900 hd 1901 taxes and psts fj28CO JON CKOAK D 8 w 6 JJf Americat FMis filadl LoolEith borr1on Skillii t9plon BLthe8 I mPeSt fiefsrootl hYLIe0 jr will my onej 4liopss ButJIs r Arnfca sIve igij face Eczeror 6tRlieu m JSish bJffdrg ItpU cures sofe- i 1bappd hands hiIblain aUJbl3 for piles 2p aj ay t i iRbbertsons drug store e t wras RVe4rnr5 noiiJJ tsMy bdy 2 yeaisiildb d ae cold which re1uea tojplld toa 1rnent until W tRIed Folei 71ia an Tar I3e was cbinpTet 4t rbotor naelng one bottle b fnonc fJutFoI8J r r r r e e YUJ g UT il rjN iii- Ii Ii 9 a a a aa aaa3 a aa 3 aa 3 33 JGru1 J Gr gsbyttsJZlocge r 7trigsbyI4testin fall milliner at JManbtieldS Gig bY for watchfes clocks and evrelry t JFresh fish atxT oysters every Friday at JA BnadeiTs E riYti w styles of d essgodsd kits and suits at Ma s6ldsb Iffrst class seed wheat for sale at Tompson Lakes tJr i Large stodk pretty npw styles fiftdieq fclcaks at Ma sfieicThs hs Oi1etJurtjsapd Reec itonlfor tfa1e AprJly to Fclrti G h ader a i Ladies chces that fit well ear well aud look well at Mans fcelds mFreshsale Five cents per1 Oif r aiJt fit loaves lor a quatt r Jt A Shaderpjel Gngsby toss your eyes free his The house and lot near the liepot belonging to J A Hen ICrnlandLakefrrMansfield is showing a very rge and attracpe ine of ilor made isuits blegat t skirts and waists tine dress g ods and cloaks The public sale of Mr George nlTlive toclr fariog in metts utcslile was WeL attended ai d priOem ruled high Mr John E By an hAd a public aipot household gboiU find other pprsonal property on last Saturday Man will move F h this family to Louisville rtly Mr G0 D yhartoht e ra1 af eagewt sold for Osca pl rvhh hisi firIf near Tekas 01 Rbb Young and D qan iugher S The farm captains 100 ab es and MsOldRLhjbeen appointed on tthe locall Board of Pension tX nines The place bas been vacantt stngfe bfJ resignatign off irf W tW Bay several months ago Grigsby for fine watch repair- c c tTbe lectur by Itey Father i cenna which was announced take plftce at the Qpen House ndest Tuesday nightwas called off on acfeount otRaterMce- pna being unexpectedly cull dtNewYorkSt fcev S IiStiJes ttia new pastor of the Methodist church here this week and will hold aertJoes at ih church ot next- rnday Mi tUess famil will join him here in a few days and ne will go tothousekeeping ir tbe par onage JJSince purchasing my fa stoojri- Of goods have decidcd to move awtty ftom Springfieldan there fure I will offer thy stor house ull cf new fall goods during the months of p lober No ember Depember At very reduced prices s all must be sold by 1902 J Mao tield t J Mr B Thompson p eona templating bavlgacombinatiprl side oft orses and oiher tIstpck dome timein the near fut111 refr Thonipsoni9 a good j manager ol a public gale nd Cf be sucfeeds in getting this one up it will be a god one- h There was a bowling cohtesth at the oea alleys oflht hursf day ght or rather a game toe affair being t6o one9 ed to be called a contest We wert ul11ble to obtain tbe score of the games oVpg to tthe fact that the reccr adob the rjngi- i Beld bowlers ws o low tt at alli figures wee wiped 9ff be hlJar4 ad If all etidencQ pf the crime destroyed The B r team nUm6rss6me first stociS bowlers and trjey ryut up a fast gate TH highest i xjrds wds Qade by Ftunqf Mtd town 7wlto had 217 to his credit in ode game Iitj t Do I1 gogtlYbout onbtitikscr Lr lion lett shonldeK kstj abc t J9P uipiland get reward 1icTak n 0p Up r j famon the Bard town ola red heiferwfighjng aboutj OO pounds vijth only ODe- s haveIsame by 6lnimirig rropertyaDf f ipaying for this notice G W Cleients 4 Grigsby bas glasses to fit Weryone pIIi Er Mayes Dc1IsM EF Mfyefidied yester ay at noon at the borne of his rqther MrrrJ Scott where he had SQUte be ev 3YEtSlb ibefyreto spepd the riightt pm diate caupeof hiRtdeath Darajysis with wnich be was rjcken justtwelve hours before died Hs had been in failing health for nearly a year being etsufferer from Eitentis disease or I similar aIlment whjca had thoroughly undermined a robust constitution There were few lore popul- herhan r Lige May S Big and generous tp a fault of bad away ot mikingacquain of tances and fj lends that few ossessec1 rHt had been a trav ling salesman a good part of lile and had a large circle of friends throughout thQ sta e was born in Taylor neaifly 48 rs ago and cvas a son of the l e of Hn James Mayes In his early boy hood his parents moved iI- to this county and Lige Mayes grew uj1 here and had made i Springfield aud Washington county his hone every since y For quite a number of years be r was is the bs Infernal Reve he Service as Gaiiger and was various times stationed at rent1poiois throughout the State in about the year 1822 he arrie Miss Mollie Robetsoa f who with their two children Miss Willie apd little Qharlessurvve The inertwill take place from the Presbyterian church on lUay morning w Griesby Tbd Spectacle Utter t a For RentBf poshrtprhig1eld Le on the Cartwnghts Cree Dirt Roan between thei si- aysand St Rose TiirnpiUes tatefr Walla r kToPc nt House pith let containing t i acres of ground situated oujthe t Bloomfield pike 2 piles fumII town Good house with all nee etry ou buildings For terms aud further pa iculars apply rtp or address Mrs Emrha Djrsey Spriiigfie1dK MOORESlLLE Frbpry Our Spociai CoBrespop eai 6on Jere OMeare audresied the voters at Mooresviie last Saturday t Sorghum making is the order of thedayn Messrs D M Boblitt and Will GoatUy are both very low with yphoid fever The follodniiJeal estntn transfers wore wade hvsjt week SamTipgle farm toSidGrigsoy Fred Gheatham a farm to Sam Tinglej Thio Grigsby a farm t R Grsby Jerauie Trent a farm to J N Bodlne Koigb ly and Hovalty farm lor William Cneatham Prices u ltnpwnI Protracted meeting closed it Hew Hcjpe E3dptlstChurchlas t ThursdtiV night One iy lIALt id eleven by baptism They Iwe1e baptised ill M QresY1 e ppnd lest Friday avenihg before large crowd of spectators Tbe follftvlrig were bapiisea Misses Nejtua Merrftt Texie Barlow Lida Virgin Martha G ray Ent1iie Coulter a dMrsI Malissa Weekly Messrs J a1Jesc Carey ld Gri sbYIHenrvltoyI ally Totu Mattingly and Frndst Gray Mr James Gribbitis and wife ofTaylqr county visited his aons at thil place last w e kIMiss patella Ellis iis visiting Mr Susan Parrish near Maple 1Hl11 thweek Jimmie Mpofe has annaunced tlhyn elf ava caidida for con sableniq thi and Bruh Giov preincts We wish Jjinsuccessv- A M r Jenkins of Hardm cotfn ty wag bro last week looking for Sbortburn eAves tlQi fiits and Chli4ien Tif kIndYuU HvMways ughfItf j Signat of FQi I IRCNAL iDr W O GrlgbY has returned from a vislttp friends in Illinois Mrs piC Cleaver entertained at euchre on last Tuesday ateritoonI Mrs 0 thelBeMrs pf was the guest of relatives here for aI IAIrl Louisville ves here Ilat weefc t Quite a ntornber of local Masons are ia Louisville this wcclk attending a meeting ono cf the Grand Lodge of Ma fMrrom Bardstpwn he and Dr Burtbn aving sold pfrt their bowling alley to Bardstown company t Hamilton Rcbertepn has returned Trom CbI6rtido where tIn has been etayitg for his health He was coh siderabiy benefited by bin trip Mr and Mrs John Ririey lot Louis iVifle were called here this week by he eeri6n6 ln1 of Mn Barnes iney of the St Pdse neighborhood WLLISBURG From our Rajf alar Coreapenclent- Mr Ellis Warner theonly son Mr and Mrs Green Warner this placp died of typhoid fever on last Ttiursday rae funeral services were conducted at the Christian church at this place of which ho was a member by Eld Couch and the re mains rwere interred at the Fauyiew cemeieiy He was twenty two years of age aud everything was dune for him n IOBI way of medical l attention but Alraigthy God in his infinite wisdom deeaieJ it best tp take him from our midst it 2 was a oung man worthy of esteem id respect and had many friends throughout this country We extend to th bereaved par ents om he irtfelt sympathy 1nd direct their torn and oleedinj Heirgft Pause blooming youth as you pass by As you are now so once wall is I am now so you must be meIt Thd residence oflJohnMcHvoy is destroyed by rc met KUL diy morning There were only few things saved andno insur nce Mrs Susan Meritt basreturn d from a visit to her sister Mrs Dr B rnetLnear Sparro Mrs Sallie Howard who has en visiting f tends near Law- encburgiast Sunday returned to this place to have her eyes tre ed by Dr W Hyatt Mr Will Clavbrcoke of your tq vn speut last Thursday with Dr51 W W Hyatt Mr RuelE Foster of Spring fieldl passed through this two Sundry morning enroute to Tablow Mr Leslie Baxter and Missy MaryScrogham were carrier tthdhomerEIderJ Ar Simms last Vednesdal Elder j A Simras has been called to Lorie Rd2 Nelson county to hold a revival at the Christian churnhes f r rdinanceI The Board of Trustpes of the own of Spring Bela Ky do or dain as follows That a brick pavement be made on the south side of West Maine Street beginning mt point where tire pa lime t no- wtermizateatthe northwest cor tier of tho Curry r idence now owned by TW Simros west with Main St eluding the Curry lotnd the property of T H Waters fronting and abutting thereon toa poiut wheie the curbing ends just below the street crossing in front of the Cathollc hurch Said improve ments to bw cotrpleted within 30 days after the passage oC this Ordinance In the eent either or butb of aforesaid property donors Tail jor refuse rto comply with the requIrements ot this ordirajtjce the Bnurd nf iTrtis tpes may have said pavement or pavements made at tile expense of the respective property owners andaid expense shallvbe come a lien upon sid property or properties satfythecogt of the respective improyements hare tofpfa set outorA R SntjrTZ Chm B T H R THOMPSON Clk rOtIIGI1T4JWft From our Regular Correspsndsnt j MIss Mary H milton is ia Lbu tsvilleihs week to be present at berbrop ers wedding tht takes place Wednesjday morning J MrS Annie Carney returned to her bomeMpnday after a visit to her fatther J A SymostJn PIV Hftwes has r tar edito LoLisvili6 after a Je 4ay6Bj8i5 I hprAMlerguest of Miss Mary Ham Iton = t =SSSs S JSSSifiSSSSSSSSSS I Bardstotn CoEducational glj I Bardstown tYI I Spl ndidy equipped Boarding School Pull onrpq of t f excellent Teachers Uptodate work done in Art Muic i 1 ElocutiQn Literary Academic tiid CoUeiie Cotirs Normal Commerciuland Business Department Cpners rth usual Lierarv Degrees Prices ro di rate Opens Secumber P 1901 HJ GR1ENWELL Pres fe rDr Sim Thompson visited hel e Sunday PaiiL Shauoty of S Crawfords Hijgh School is at home for a few days Mr Patterson oI toretto is visiting Henry anaArthur CaskeyI Miss Ceci of Kansas is visiting Miss Lifiai Matiingly MjssQS Piety and Fannie B Smith of our town visited friends here Sunday Miss Josic Stewart and Mack Fbeatley ol near blseVere married Tuesday morning Born to the wife of Mr Hugh Auberry October 1qa gut George Clements Forrest Ce oil and Torn Grundy were visit ijug frieflds here Sunday Miss Katie Shaunty and Thos Mudd were in Lebanon Saturday Mrs Jane Ross has returned from a visit 10 her laughter Mrs Sweeney Yankey tr TerribYe Accident At nobu yesterday Wil Mau pin aged about twenty three bccidentally shot and killed bis young wife Ermine at their hme near the factory of Mr Jue Hay don for wnom the young man Worked The sad affair occured about as follqws The coupe were seted at l table eaing their dinner when a troublesome do Ci me up and stood in the door way Mr Maupin who h ad often threatened to kill Mie hound rose reachedafterhis rtffe pul led back the hammer and put his finger on the trigger His wife sat between hjni and the door way and as he approactied she said dont shoot the dogat the ame timetakiRghold of the gun attmpiing to pull it from bim The daqgeroAJS weapon ready for deadly work wont off the bll striking her in the lleft lra VIe and poughing its wiy through her brain She fell to the flopr pod in a very fevv win utes was dead At the time she reached for the gun she htld in her arms their eigHt pnths old child which received a painful hurt in the head by the fall Maupin is an industrious quiet citizen atd the calamity hac al most made him insane Only a row moments before an eopoe of the facorywas in the ruooa where the little family were quietlv eating their weal and chitting happily When the lerrib1e deed occuredji here was no one present except himself Wire and child but his conduct and the p ausable story which be toJd at once of how the ap palling tragedy toon place impressed eyeryonewiiij the belief that it wiis an acrident and that his statement was tueLeb anou Enterprise 1n f f In Memory of Gilbert Carripbejl How heavily J e words he has gone1 fall upon our hearts Never to see again Thosa lipstdeltheneck or hear the baby voictf as it whirpers Mamma Papa We know little Gilberts baby hands will gatner no flow rs for us or his gentle footsteps be music to our ears and while we understand not only his he been taken across those waves that moan beyond our mortal shore yet we feel that his short life has Lit its impress on us and what is obscurenvillsoine time some where be nads clear His toys his little dresses he wore the empty babyb Ytthe va cant chair and the memory of the babv smiles and sighs are all wejiave now but bytbeso we may be anchored at the cross of a Sympathizing Christ who will enable us t tread thi vrearyeamh content to clasp jliim on the other shoref Mother sister and brothers prepare to meei little Gilbert iin a better brighter jvorld above and to bis little baby brother amd 4ister 0ca and Lillyir be good an J you will neet ittleGilb6rt In the sweet bye and byeIit V 11 A i untLucy Oct 16tb 1901 WJ 7 Foft1 S LE Pirst Class farm of l0 acres near ra road tod tuvn pike coayenierit to cHurch partiOularsitpply yard a hinkoiiw Iii anincIIe 1V118 only q enlisted man Iti Uncle Barns uaVy hut his mess uintes called him the Swell bOfause whenever he went ashore lit earned u suit of clvHjfibs clothes At Yow linuin In his line raiment and1f1 white felt hat tie passed hlimSelf ort to a Japanese toal merchant as the pay fluster of the fleet aiioVontracted forI several thousand tons of conI price uAined was 14 ton What is ny tike lie asked the dealer who offered a generous connnis sion Mute thc price sixteen dollars a ton and hnvo thoilsaadtuiid ready for delivery at the enrlUist PO- Ssible hmir tomorrow morning he ail L The iiierchant opened Svlne and when thoroughly Wormed up the salli remarked looking Indolently at his watch By the bye Im expected to Tisit the club onlghtt andit Is proh able that I may need a little wore iiioney than I have in my ixHket Per lie ps you hnd betterndvahcpmelnree fir four thousand doHars brfacio6mi w9ntedNextlounded Vlth scores of barges iadett with oatnDd It wkls all the ortlera could do to pV fent flip Japs fronhl- oadIng their cargoes Tucaenier liar edBuy nothing had entered Into gurufuentleiceNew York Press IN Thy Never Speak A coolness growing out of the fol lowing conversation IIns sprung up tween Joijiis and Smith niglitkIda little social gathering at the Goodican mansion Are the Goodmans nice people queried Smith iVell I should say so Thejr are very aristocratic To get into thclr dr tle one must have either a great heal of money or a great deal of genius You dont tcjl me so Audyou Jay you were there t Yes1i jYoil were Jnvlted were youe oot courseSAnd tolx Invltednmau hag to have plepty qf money or a great deal of gen IUiT Precisely Well Jones I am very glad to hear you hne bbionie rich all of a sudden Lend me five iouhdsLonduu Answers tleakon For a Divorce The DniBee sometimes divorce their wives for appnrently the most trivial causes Thus a man named Boleimuu Attain hail a wife Isbakyeh The wo man frequently worketl for us and on peveral ojKisiou I hud to complain that nhcMalked too much and worked too little At length Iwas obliged to tell Soleiuiau that owing to its wifes laziness could employ her no longer Shortly afterward tHi1t to Knpland On my return after a couple of months absents iiwns surprisedltof- ind that Solelman had divorced Isbak yeh amlliad already married another 5voiuiu On inquiring from him the Cause of tills lie fVeplied Your honor told me that yotj would not employ ray wife agalh so I thought would jut rid of her and marry another woman whom tou would employ Black woods Magazine Coaling aBrltlHh Visitor Abig Britishbattleship coming here to attend a patriotic function of some Kind on the Invitation of our govern nent ran short of coal and VncleSam Ills bbst agreed to nil her bunkers free of charge Tills courtesy was done through the medium of a Jersey City merchant who supplied fine furnace real worth from to a toil nod presented his bill to English cap tain Send it to the navy depart ment said the latter mid to Washing ton It went to Ik returned by the next mall with a memorandum attached sayIng that all error had been made In he charge the government con tract calling for coal at flt a ton And that nil the snuirt Jcrseylte ever re- oelvedNew York Press No ltbU When Adellnn Puttf Visited Madrid oflotlmeln companyvlthl her husband 8igimorNkolini who Ufobgbt himself a tenor sInger there was fir effort to eu ghge the noted art tot for an especial occasion The opera director ked How much vittl you rhlJr cIlIt you nod your honored husband appear on this occasion toT nlgbtrw Ten thousand francs sir And how much if you come without the slftnor madame Ten thousand francs 7 CntherJnc lIe Mcdlcl Catherine de Medici of France wes a tall Signified woman of striking per spnnl apprtirance tIer manner was of ten cold and repulsive her language haughty She was l irever populni well liked Her features were regular and chief merit of her couutehhnc was a Toll bhiclt eye that seemed to fascinate those on whom she looked jtiaKle Talk Hello Where are you golngT cried the ilortfls the fleet footed stag dashed byiilmOhrcb JUBf irnvollng for my health panted the stag Why do you ask My friend the tiger Invited me particpateftt a stag c1innerparty to day anriI was wondering If you were the party Philadelphia Press A Leskqmttn Vnehlna Fllny tho Oreai could see Ihings in front of his nfofr as welt as afar off t hi notice tiiatfhe omIijub the waM tag In oltl water he wrote one Iet them heat the water and the nlf hail lii the soap will be freed and takq far better effect And only after that did women know how to wash ia iThe specific fera lty ot gold 1900 that In It weighs nineteen anda halt times aaiinucnnft itlJpn bUlk of Ww tcr ThdticturtjTiand malleability of this rnetnlftrd equaled brito oThei By- diet11lty Is meAnt th property of nl IIqwlng Itself tq tiG drawn out Into a wire Mil tr nirt cnblllty Its property of Unltenfeg without splitting under the hiammlmr f 4 c FWsTILLLEAn1Ic 1Jng the Iargestad best assortrnexit o SigLl J rJ t ec 1zfabrics1 MeIteftst6Oc to 15O per ydperliS 1to JJb25ier ydPrureI1 IId to 15O WaJ tfCloth 25 to 75clri dd Cldthl1 o175S king fJar V and FJaf lIetsin grtrjety OUR ChOAK iEPARTMENT 1S l1 AomobtegPlushI Jl tdrens and Infants Wraps ir W MEN S LiITS1 0MENS Vf Prom S3i56 to 15c f f BOYS SUITS StOOto125O- 1oYs fIX W OYEttOATTS 3 250 toGS 00 j CHILDS SUtt C MopCHILDSt j G 15Q toOtr i Qt x We lead thcm all in iiden IW atla Chil flJrew- Selby Co for Women Stat Sh9 C for Misses Budds Shoes foiCuldej and fur l followingfamousi 2 PontIac tid 0 E Shoes for wtmen Wolf tkj fi Bros Shoes for Women find Gbitdiren We 1invite yout speci1attention tQ ou Shoe stocks We guarantee satisfaction I t a J Dont fail IP sjeeonit Gent a fd Ladies tijpsblngs in Underwear Shirts Glove Putwry c If younebd J anything in Carpets Oil Cloti Linulleudi Rugc orArt Square duc t fail to itep o rinor v Y We will mdke sp cial price tpCAbp BDYERS Cunmngta iDunlli j N i iijW J1j Special Atotion IctHas been given our E1 t BOyjSCL THING j H tT Wfe habdla I fTHS lf t d WemedeitaoinVtosell ri11CI ti ejtlatsaI1Sfa Il till a rice pltIsse j ttttP he51 NO SHODDV GPODS fr j tOWflhere rn a j We ae selling SE I TKNEESUfl tAt 5d and s26o tlt are strlct f yl3 WELL MADE1iII1ineofyounrnens ft3 fine Suits Good Knee Pants SSiandSOc fei 1 l l E 3 1 BEST LfMElQ BOS tfils feIS1i 1 McCtalrd 1 EJbtlitt lr1i M fIt I im m ff1 ifHave Yoll Ay Bllh1ugg TQ Oaf If So 1 JieriiembM libattOii t r Ihtr Sriitt JfTrdl derCoH- as a tjc line o aIJ kinds o1 bdjJdirg 4 MafgrjfiJy arjclltfe metre fhan iipissiblH that tHe can sdjtyou In pries and fe r fnmghtbaAWell to gettheir price yeT if yoit ont intend to 6uv frd fi thii- iyu S Will find them LWiYS acc6rnni6v dating Thyare also doingi cpntrad l workandfiyou do not mii o1jio 1rf r after the hu1ding of your hosse yout self they Will d1tiisfdi you Tis have just abdut completed theu1buhl- J L ingQf1 Leba ont anclare jusL gt44tin- gopefled j 01 uforbushness t 7 t IQnt lisle tQw4othqr pet rJJd f 10fl boufrsoti ll n s f1foltYct sl w ii vrifes 4Jfafc I 7 S i r T4 MYSTERIOUS fIMitlc Case af Bardatown That ii s Never Been Solved t s SLVCI y lye yeariFg Qar n ThLue a taildr OU eiU fPtlHD tbe Ui kr Rw ui PJfillnan egEd about fifty years was km l yed tfe aES i wnt by tnqj tifaiacokbmaotjwas j ltCvttQ aiiitI1tS Htis pl ill Jth llP U J sDfr hi n d if at tbp 1JU f sumltcr o ciyo iinjr d 1lOteC 1rQlotmfsI r II hd alvvayf J dc tbutt rOi hliUptl j ead v 1 r Lusnts vnry lworang b t firrHJIfP5 ajvijd On rtj1 U0Xfiflflf ts2O 1628 Jame Jound UOD jioiiiij to his SIOp rnatyifcvvaH jjit oponas uunJ t V at rlioidbp tV toy closed l ut lucked LbolfiDg iOJH hEY hole liiaw thttjj e WaS flUkeyiu ii und lhisVine no iiy thaV would 1H iti t1m f oatdcU loudly upon tbe f dpor bpd d nqlgtany response t iromTr 3i n ffp then came to 3titf conJtiVlnn tat soai otink vtLS wioi u dcoiivdaudtiscr byJ U Jto d him ui0 state of affdirsI VPub help JvttieS OJD r 4d or ojnn arcltepped within A large Vddstjiia vis visiblei on Vh d 9f1 alingto Brkcrqm he or asotjeof eJu d both in t1steNted jniio BurkerlSI ilt t visible anlVwhVre but aside firm ttla hltu5kir IW nQth ngl ut us ta1 TtoViojra tvas lonr U d pLriqy wjttwtudow opet tfjt npua the Jsjree V Jhe lowe t ii Ir nf wic1as 4ajJnl SPy t erj ii inchesB0hel always wr- L itthzSasrnof tie yeir Ii w IItith cnrnsf1o- the rpoV itetcbinjalhjost ttseta irelengll vas a wide tabl v across ivh ic is piled ro13 of coth uftwr tb ti mtnnerof uilors T eeld6 o these roll Ifam the doi r to th ifrial ind of tlm room were dab bdi b brood and the flint f was plefitiCully spnuk ed win like stains in thesarae directipi Jt was plain that a terrible siru fffa betweaT iwo arael me- ftOunlilJg h3 eraace doo i ad continuing loithe inner room- Gong around the end of tb tablfet tJbery diovred the bloo smejjd body ttL n an rYling 0 tie floorsIt was that of Burkf dead which slfdwdn tes thai tairtysix stab wounds most o them trivial Beside the body tay a pairof tuileKSShearp tbe lobtUtioR ol which pfovpd that tit e mir red ta tit hsd tsed then defm4 his lire K tcW fr t Va irio them flpon the floUt tasA3da 0er far large that uir ipgiapon evc t seen bib tilo v b afore or afiet affls 1ti QsJiJoodSahtedtlt the hilt lilaC it could easily be seen thai thIS was the weatjbn tlaed in coofttiit ting the crime With Jurtheil jWostigailon diificuUics wer meotvit Not a cents worth o property was toti sing Nothtef bad been distuibttd except th rolls oCtjJoh had baen slightly j jslled out of plara by the sfcfjg Xlp between the two men Tliu fioaall iather trunk of BurkeV hicli had been besi o his ltec had been broken bpea and the t contents scatttre o tfJ1e rrn- buasIaraseverk ot i had been carried away No ud Kndvevef i koovyn that there wa anything of value iotbe trui If wXwepmoewpaiing apparell oJj tso vueri It was plain that rob tery was not thro mo iive alI ihLnjgh5 the widoW vas open iJc one passipK 4 ho streets o nOGUejngio itie thjhburbod Had beebVlJatarbed dating tb bPidFaiid1t1y1exJiiojf nithc circulation healthy and vigorous For then all refuse tnatter isi piomptlyarncziott cf the system Oterwiseit vouM tapidly nccum late placthe5bodttition to weakened t1ja siuiplo U1 ulYl1ughtCSt1t crious1y- I A healthy acliye circulation means good digestion aito Strong healthjf nerycs LItsa blood jjunfiftr and tonic S S S las no emialf Jtis thesafest and best TMnedjr fpr ol1 pe pleandchildren lecause itcohtainsi no minerals but is1 to deexcluaively of roots and herbs No other remedy thoroughly andj effectually clcanccS the blood of ini sssfiu ri tia6 A At the tinet builds tlic weak and dex and reno the entiresvs tem Itcures permanently all inaunet of blood awl skin troubles writetlSUJUtIlewhiteendrropotfinflamedeelveewftlobeneftt ckingaf Krs1f nry iegfrtef Ce Jay Jfr rotori end fcKadj hog br MM b p 0fttrTte 117Jt l Y reRJo 5aJdJor ut frle b wrils eat tnhyslcums ft h out yotir kM l diCtl dceree autH v nigbii The weapon which the nsqasinIud llft bdQiiti lAu 8 0f unusual 6iz and mtfbof and iio one w is pvtt ton dlibocOlJld or would say that he nad ever seen it baljf e Tne murderer 7ot Burke was never f uodLn clue as to his identity was ever discovered the motive for the crime cou d uevjjr bj enjot ured if he had an uneuy it was not known Tna uiurdere left bek od him th ipvidence that tie did not ksa lite preset elof m nd after omn ttin the Uead The wash basin in Burkes rom show id that the murderer had washed blood stains from hs band1the clothing and blood drops ofe the floor showed tin t Lila murderer received wound from karkes sh3ars After qntting the room theassasin locked the the door behind him taking thj eywith him The murder has alwaystSnairied a uiysttry but many conjectured lhat Burls tiada readly enemy who hid ddgged Dim to his Rentuckvj iome and found rev DgeStan Urd Rcmai3calIc Twins Sidneydiounty spent the day here Wed a sday They look as much ilike as onellabbit dodd another and are world beaters They nar red sisters the wedding dngi a double o i1 the same niniiler porfotmirig the Caej nosy Each had thret ch Uren the first child being a eoS both leiag born the El11e hour 6f the ianaeday and ia the same h usa The se oDd cild of eaeh is a irl both rnaiiitbOIr appjar a ce in the world the sarie day he third child of each fs atso a girl they jtoc being ornon the same day Telepathy teems to xist botwren the tvt brothers S me time since S siitih was t home in a field and tvben fee we t ro bis dinner he told the women that Sid who was t4n mites awa vith a thresher mus tiave hurt ha foot for he had felt a shock it 10 oclock Sure ecdftgb that afternoon Sid came hbtnV with three mashed toes The twins are tweotw eight i ears old ard weigh exactly the s meHar rodsTaufg Democrat iI si ffarihstf r m raaMng cough t Ii a dose of Foleys Hone and Tar The aorenees will be rftieVd and a warm grateful leelinsf and healing of the parts affected will be drperienced Wood Wimaatt lomcn Dt1uta In Fraice Dentistry is now on accepted and nftert flourlsblng tirofesstob of women irf Kruuce In tt country town of ScinuetMarno rienr vfblcb am stay lag writes a tof respondent of The YestmlnstiT tJazrttc a qualified young Imly dentist eor ts the monopoly of tooth drawing a dentists busl niss lu provincial Kiniico consisting of little else trench country folk even of the Traltblcr SOt rarely if ever in dulge in a set of false teeth Wben they lose tlier4own they get on as best tbey cnn without But an aching tooth which Interferes vitb business must to and the cost of extraction is within the rertch of all Two francs Is the modest lee toYfl consultation of the young ladyjilrfnamed and sbe Is said to be e frcmely dexterous In handling the forceps But then Frenchwomen are the pSost dexterous creatures In the world let them put their baud to wlult tlie1UJ Imhtoimcnton ftlcc ThroTvlnw Al ft pretty eountrywed ling the pins sue nnd JrfwU were btlnutlfully decorat ed with hydrftugcas which the extra aive gardens of the brides home fur ultbetl In Imusual profusion The altar arranged at one end of tne parlor was beautifully decorated ana bowered with flic srtme blooms mingled with fcrns aria ufergreens Bunches of the bloasohstOckl large jars and vases In the spacious hall and banked the gEetit fireplace Wbcn the newly wed tied pdff started away Jn the late after noon tile guests lined the way from the hotfseTto the entrance gate of the byIrangedslug flotf6rs the bridal carriage was driven H was a poetic rind vie turesqberchanjse from the usual rice shower 6bra end flog toitfcfi At tf recent nt home lu Paris afrell knowd rtlety woman appeflrefl lit a blue crSy gown trimmed rwlthblue i a titifiPyas her sown an Lablna Enclar and ribbon wastJonus looked like a uft The Whole combination batf fitKiently tben care ifullr studtadSI Kdi yippsIa 8Dff U what yu Nt sCh OOL OF DOMESTIC ARTS Chit Cntcrprlne Orir Which Mlii IrciapJgive the world a now evidence or their progres slvedess A week hence they will open- the School of Domestic Arts nnd Sci ence Tide school to use simple terms will teach rookery sewjlng dressmak lag niilinory nnd nursihg Its cunIc ulun will be so broad iaa to embrace most of the essentials bf good housewife y iIf i bride to be detsely Ignorant doThSthceconomy wishes to become h worby helpmate of U man struggling upw ird the world ebeenaget a weft MISS 1BACEI ircibABD rou del training at this Institution If la wife who has been accustomed to do tIll gs by rule of thumb x r taste of ton ue wishes the fullness onrdeinct nes of scientific knowledge he can bo ttc imnodattul If tlje young woman forted to maIze her own living vi4ht3 to iractice auy of the dom str Arts propetrcouresj ending reward of dollars and bless lug Tje director of the school will be Miss Isabel D Bollard a recognized leacer In this Work She will also net as IIstructor In cookery Miss Henri ett Conuor who was instructor In sou lag dressmaking and millinery at 10111tlOiteachers will have Assistance as need ed Chicago RecordHerald lost Skilled ticndTrorUer G ronlmo the Apacbe chief nt the Indian congress has executedvanother dcs gn for his daughter Bright Eyes to empIrIc In bead work All the magnificent beadwork made by the squaws and princesses of the Indian congress has been designed by Ge onimo For two diys and nights he ins been working on n design that Is Marvelous He has laid out the Tem pie of Music exterior and Interior vie r He has mapped out the sur rou idings of and all the Incidents lead Ing up to the assassination of Presl Oett McKinley The design showy the president and the assassin the shots the revolver the Mllburn reel etcI who lis it Fort Silk She will work It In beads It Is estimated that It will take over 30091000 beads and about two years work to finish the beautiful difficult piece nDdI cronlmo says be ts going to to he government when finished His daughter Is the most skilled bend work cr ever known it is said she has placed at least S000000000 treads since she began the art eneral Manager Cummins of the In dian congress expects to have Princess Br ght Eyes here at the congress Buf falo Express Tbe Code bf Slnnnrfi Itooks of manners nnd etiquette seem rather to the fore just now but al tin ugh they may be very well In their way they very seldom meet the to eseen emergencies of awkwardness wi which we tIre often Confronted Ot e clause which might usefully be In tr lured Into cedes of manners Is that we ought to do td dthers not exactly as we would Isb them to do to ourselves but as they actually do Home people an very fussy and punctilious over tbilr engagements and appointments TI ey write two or three little notes where one would suffice and expect nn 3ners to them nil Presumably they Dad life long enough to oct In this way tovard every one We should not find It so ourselrfs tior would our other friends care to adopt the plan but to wi rd those who show by example that th y expect It we can without much tr ublir give pleasure by a wllllmj reo spouse while with those who seem to lifce everything settled briefly we sb uld try to avoid tiresome detail Some friends ore excited If guests are In the least late others ore newr ready If they arrive to the minute nnd there ar dozens of other litle Indlvldualil ties which kind ferlng as well as good manners Should lead us to observe PI ilWWclpbia Ledger Wbmrn nail Athletic Dreis writer in a ladles jjournal has been ta icing to task the athletic woman who dens short skirts The spirit of un se freedom at sports she says is asserting Itself strongly In the matter of dress I thin when say that the athletic dred of women Is being abus et flint I am simply stating a fact wtilch has become painfully apparent to all right minded people We need bi ly look at soldo of the wheelwomen wljo ride ovid Our roods and through r streets to See how far and to what a vulgar extent this abuse has be curried That women are at a serioil disadvantage at any outdoor exerclsi w A their long skirts no one can deny F r a woman to be comfortable nther athletics she must bare n skirt shorter- t an that which she wears on the streets or In the house And no one will tot a moment criticise a woman- t r wearing a dress which will give her freedom of movement But this does hut mean that she should don a gar a eat scant as to leave her limbs poseti It Is sad enough When we see a ti ry yonng girl In these abbreviated hlctle skirts but at Iwisf wo cart at tiibnte it to n youthful Indiscretion Bat nothing Is more pitiable than such an exhibition froto a woman old iotf5atitie women tervo adopted of donning el ort skirts fit regulation morning oc niternoon dr6s when they really nave n6 thought 6f attrfedwt ThcreIsVno more excee for if wotnnnatoApipeAr In ft qubHejaitffmjrooni In air dthlttltTco apcfeariithinnUH r Iilnild 1g 1 j the Conlt ot Icursas t Attbc Intertiflllonal congress Of nurses held Th Btiffalomnch of Interest transpired especially the fact that the newly elected president and vice president nre twjL American wonirn Who distinguished themselves In the SpanishAmerican war Dr Anita Gee of Washington and Dr Laura A Hughes of Boston Other Officers elected are Assistant vice presidents Miss Jean Walton of Kew York Miss Mary Dryer ttf New York Dr Isabel Elliottt Cown of Iowa Miss M E Dryer of Manila Miss McErny of the United States service In tbe Philippines JUs Annie Robbins of Santa Mesa Miss Elizabeth Porteona of Gnult Out Miss Mary MIsselback of Newark Ji J and Miss Yosabclla Water of Now York8 recording secretory Miss Leln t Boston corresponding Becre Wlls1oftreasurer Mrs George Louis Chprhfstown W Va Over 200 members w ituattendnnce Lady Fcnwlck coming from London with a delegation of sixteen professional nursesThe Matinee GtrIs Influence It hlJ mistake to suppose that I ever complained of the influence of 1he young girl In the dress cltele It Is to her that I attributed the fact that most nndIsevfashioned ns to believe that the test toiyoung ladles Is whether the details of that story can be decently told at say a dinner party at which a number of ladles and gentlemen are present I put forward this suggestion with dlffl dence for I am convinced that It will not be received with approval Nevertheless I have always kept this test well before me In writing plays and I have never found myself Inconveniently hampered by ItW 8 Gilbert In Pall Moll Gazette A Qaeena Coronation Robea The coronation robes of Queen Ade lalde consort of William IV Which InI1centIl mor for some time to Windsor nt Queen Alexandras request The ques tion naturally arises Are Queen Alex andras coronation robes to be fashion Ied on the lines of Qjjeen Adelaides Tire robes are of black velvet with wing sleeves edged with gold trim ruing Queen Adelaide had presented them to the Duchess of Gordon who was then mistress of the robes she be ing a Miss Brodle of Brodic before she married the then lord of HuMly- Spine Fnmhlonn In Moarnlnjr For deep mourulug there is no that crape Is still universally worn Widows gowns which ate not entirely made of It have a front breadth and deep band of crape all around applique on to a tunic piece of some deep mourn lug fabric Capes have beta the vailing mourning outdoor garment to some time and these are very elnbo rately trimmed with crape for deep grief either with flounclngs or piping or high collars Wool poplins trimmed with rouleaux of crajo are very well worn especially with bodices opening over an undervest and collar baud of crae Paris Is threatened with a pearl tam The prarl necklace has become so fashionable not only with the fair Iarl slehue but nil the world over that pearls are lenrer and rarer Americans the Parisian jewelers say are especial ly keen ponrl hunters A necklace winch fifteen years ago was wOI 32000 will today sell for from 0000 to SOOO Interest In tapestry has been revived Iand couch cushions with tapestry coy Ire Included In the seasons collec tiqn and atc something of n relief from the silk and satin and embroidered lln Cps that have Itch sway for some time 1he Gibson sofa pillows in etching tints are as popular as ever Traveling bottles for medicines per tunics or spirits were never more en ticing than this season They are shown In unusual variety ths bottles gilt or silver topped arid handsomely cased In round leather boxes Many liandpoiue pewter trophies In the shape of loving cups Jugs mugs tankards etc are provided for the season of sports the Individual decora tlou adapting theta to use as prizes in golfing or yachting A REMARKABLE WOMAN Time Terrible Experience of a Tat ented Torklab Prlnce A rmiarknblc woman Is Princess Ha rie lluscm daughter of the late Mnhmoud Pasba lien Ayad one of the most Influential nobles of Tunis The princess was brought up ns are most Turkish girls hidden from world and married nt fifteen to n man of her parents choosing Her husband All Noun Bey was a Turkish consul general lIe Is of Swedish descent which may probably account for his ciillght cried ideas and bis hatred of tyranny and somewhat crooked policy of bit imperial despotic master Time sultan did not npprqvc of All Noun Keys enlightened manner of looking at tbings and endeavored to lure him back to Turkey winre he could deal with hIm more conveniently than at a distances Having bath consid erable experience of Tnrklsh prisons All Noun Bey then consul nt Rotterdam refused to return and sent bin ros Ignatlon to the sultan who In uluco of accepting It sentenced him to 101 years Imprisonment r After adventuresrunny and hairbreadth escapes priucess with maid and two little children succeeded In joining her husband nt Athens and from then Journeyed to London She Is now endeavoring by lectures and- writings to iirouso In the limits of English and European women sympa thy for and interest In Turkish women The princess father had In his linrom from 400 to iOO slaves and present sultan Abdul Hanild chose a wife tram rtmong them These were the ear ly surroundings of the princess Site knew all the Ins and outs of the lives of the Turkish women of Tank their hal its customs and occupations their sot ferings anti aspirations often ruthless ly quenched by severe punishments and dcflth European woruea bare been permit ted to Visit bar gs nod have writ ten accounts of theJf rlslts but they only saw what they were poriUte to see arid1re real lle behind the veil was bidden from them 3he prlnces is probably the first Turkish Woman 6f rank to lead1 a life ot frcedont Bnrf Independence tfshe does She iIOtt0t wenr European cos tumt bof tier hiltlren nnd husband do 5heoufdfoor costume of Turkish woiu1 en whntovrr 1ip iv dlfferln fliri Or lisa MOle inttezial toihe edge or yell1thi4tbhtItdly York Cbnnjlerclal Advertiser fqs In rktte of the Needle AH manneryf arguments are being put forward st4tiide silly season correspondence l Snif a dozen dally and weekly pnpersrat frii tWpose of cajoling or frightening Woihen back Into becoming the excellent housewives which our grandmothers are said toj have been But the cleverest argument In favor of n return to vanishing domesticities Is put forward by n1 French lady In the columns of a Part stan contemporary Turning fron bgusewlfery in general to the art ol thejieedle she says 1cnnnot be denied that a pretty hand wielding this delicate weapon a pretty figure bending over a piece of work a pair of bright eyes thoughtful attentively considering the article In hand bare a charm of their own The attitude of calm serenity and Innocence Is moreover a delightful piece of co glllccfulconttasttoI mestlcnted woman buck to the for- sAken worktable surely this vision of herself ought to do so It Is certainly 1more attractive than woman on her wheel or on her automobile as she may be seen nil over Prince Westminster Gazette l Women Voter In Anitrnlln The Womans Sphere a monthly which comes from Melbourne Austra Ilin finds that time possession of the ballot Is an advantage to women It Sn8Icolt Is already very evident that fed woIInot been able to obtain their own separate stat a The federal fran cblse Is a certainty The pnbllcjservlco hill as sent frutn the house of repre sentatives nearly trebles the minimum salary to be paid to women In the postal department nnd Senator Dob sops divprce bill will go far towahl equalizing the divorce law for men and women Vllhcliulna Whit Gown The young queen of Holland Is tank ing white tire fashionable color for gowns throughout aristocratic circles In Holland She hnlt always preferred white and her trousseau contains white dresses of every kind of material silk velvet woolboth for morning antI evening wear On the morning of her marriage Queen Wjlhelnilna appeared at breakfast with her mother In a lovely gown of white cloth embroidered In white Wools Her wedding gown was cloth of lhetwhite velvet dress she wore when tank tug her public entry Into Amsterdam tt wns trimmed with sable with an ermine mantle Ncvrcit nine Fancy Jewreled rings that everybody Wears is the fancy for plain broad gold ones Inno cent of stones or tooling with a date In simple squnre figures One woman who docs not consider sentiment old Cushioned wears three the first with the year of tier engagement the second with the year of her marriage and the third with that of the birth of her young soocAN IOWA SUFFRAGIST The Woman Who to tend the Movement Tula Winter Mrs Evelyn II B ltlln cf Sioux City will have charge of the equal suffrage leglslnJture Mrs Belden Is president of the hewn Equal Suffrage association anti was In charge of the legislative work in the state two years ago At that time the bill passed the sen ate by a vote of 21 to 2L but because four members were absent or not vot lug It was defeated as It lacked two votes of the required constitutional ma jority In the house committee re 101Inority report This was defeated by a vote of 48 to 47 but when the original bill came up for adoption the friends of the measure were not able to muster all their for mer strength and lost by a vote of 50 to 43 Encouraged by the splendid showing made In legislature nt the Inst sea stan the suffragists have been waging nu active cnmimlgn and declare that their prospects for victory this winter are very bright A number of the incur tiers of legislature Who voted against the measure In the twenty eighth general assembly have beta de hated for renomlnatlon and It Is said that the suffragists were more or less responsible for the result K Coo rrntlV Uvlnir The problem of how the bachelorglrl or time unattached woman of oiny age shrill live move and have her being is one of those winch remains toIle set tied For the business woman ou good salary the average boarding house rltn no attractions but tilt first class boarding In rtp charges such exorbi taut prices for What received that SJe rebels A womans hotel such ns hnjs been tried In Boston rind New York lit moth elate prices would meet the demand of fanny but there Is a certain onus of women special teachers professional women and business wonton holding hsponslble and lucrative positions who desire more of the privacy of bomb pineoIkeeping offers perhaps the most trash ble solution In this manner two or frfre women Zany secure Independence find comfort at moderate expenditure Those who have tried It assert that the cooperative plan with the compan Icuship of two or more congenial wo men companions bita a broadening ef feet on each and that the Imllvldr1 expenditure small compare rthe coinforte olithn n ts44- 5r a = l =t 1nlcerel 1 cuU aching lancing shotting pains thenI yoC hava blood poison er the begtLntn g i of a deadly cancer Dont experiment take fiontac blood balm made ct pe lLI Ocure nil malignant blood troubles liflft- tncie named above and Itching scAby eitma ir v ilood humors etc Heal nary soio i opa all aches and pains Try It sat 0 e dollar at druggist Tre trn taI reeby writing to Dr UiUam200 APc1eU vilanta Oa Describe trouble Jdfri edlC31 advice given Medicine l fri iudicaladviccsent at once preplid b rgaoteJ ly Er jUillam over vcaijS tgo JTnousar da have been cur dmae after doctors and patent Jmedclnes haY uterly failed Botanic blood balm gTA life bOrand itrendtb to the blood making it pure aiM rich IN THE NURSERY the MotbvrB serious Problem is In Kearloff lice Children Young mothers ore prone to err on the side of overstrlctness In the mat agement of the little flints The days of extreme severity h Is true have passed away and children are not as a hundred years ago they were In fear of their parents The rod the slipper and similar Instruments of physical torture have disappeared from th homes of well bred people and latin g mothers do not now think It their duty to break the will of a little chHd But punishment still plays too large n part In the nursery A sensitive child maybe wounded In spirit by uuduc rigor ns deeply formerly be was hurt In body by blows Children must Indeed l be restrained from tIolngroftg nod shown bow to ilorlght but prohibition and penalty should be fcept muck In tile background and example anti atmos phere ought to be the chief factors In child culture It Is better to say Come to a little man or woman than to say GoLlJetter to lead than to drive Every mother knows that In her nptidiversitiessition One child must be bold back another spurred on One Is subject to Impulses of fury Is vehement easily roused and easily soothed Another to slow to eager but sullen anti morose requiring to be shown the value of self contfol from tIt very start When mothers clubs meet tbgy ills cuss manyof the problems which every household meets itn4 perhaps the very best tIming they do Is to Im press on themselves the value of pure living and high thinking of sweetness and sincerity The1 mother who Is bright cheery antI well who retains her childrens confidence who sets theta an example of courage truth and devotion to principle Is doing for them vhat no whipping find scolding and fault finding will ever do If we would have children unselfish beautyIofperfect courtesy The fattier who Is uniformly gracfaus In his bearing at hone will have sons who are neither brusque nor boorish Time mother who always gentle loving and serene will have no loud tones nor quarrels in her domain Exchange Qualified to Vote A prominent lecturer Is reported a saying about the education of boys and girls We nil aspired to the prizes but the girls not only aspire but they pet spire and generally get hreTlw re cent report of Dean Crow of Northwest oni university shows that while per cent of male students were nmsrkt d poor only 20 per cent of female ate dents wettso marked during first t semester During the second half c the year the markings were i12 per cunt of the men as against 5 percent of th women ThIs would seem to Indicate not only a higher grads of scholarship but better staying qualities Ju the femi nine makeup The question ofttlmes presents Itself to the Inquiring mind as tor bow long I PllYjtUlexcuse them from the common duties grnlluItryItnre extra girls ought not to be represented or misrepresented by Inferior ineu A Ring In Lira of flow Being cut by a king has Its compen sations Rojane the Idol of the Paris stage met Edward VIII king of Great Britain Ireland dud other places too numerous to mention Hojnno smiled anti bowed to iris majesty but Edwanl looked dreamily before him as If he had seen no one not to speak of so cliarmlug a frlend its Rejaue few boursiater the actress receiv ed message at her lintel It was from king who explained that tire rea son he had not wilutwl her When hey tnt was that his circumstances bail changed anti he was bound band and foot by etiquette or wmls to that etifeet Tire message was accompanied by a sapphire ring Rejane has 1I sense of humor and didnt mind in the least accepting a Jewel from person who wouldnt bow fo her nut nbfi confided In nil IarlaNew York Cow mercial Axlrectlser A Sisters firlef The slBters of Jnpan take thelf broth dojyonng man from Japan went to Nan cy France to study latv A pnofesso- of that city prepared him for the ex aminntiohR The student failed to ons and rpturnei to Inpno Shortly nfte the professor received n letter ime young mnns sister saying tim she could not beat the disgrace of Ire brothers fnllurv rind was going to kill herself SIre advised professor to tJ9the same thing The llroftsso- wrote to begging hvr to rimming tier mjnd not carry out her fell purpose In reply he received u letter train the brother saying that his slster was dead Crdnded With Ititigni Inltcra finger grow larger andI valuable day hut fewerniOre every nrcJ wdrn although people cram ns many OSIsllletiny one wearing n rlagon tlie first orrf tolddle finger gives a tU8bkmabie mind t ojl woman quite a shock yery large diamonds are chosen to make a hoop ring tfnIrfi is the favorite Slpe tom 1hi1inomedfnird it brtl5eti found that tto tvettro tly diamonds on ikttlilriffltger with a Jnrfteruby em i offlld or i hpihire on the little linger prpdncJ a good effect fgey ftyamt T = t LFXISGTOlfMESfMFNIfJEANON t 1S1QPaidF iII II M t9O at 2m000TheLexlngtnby reversing the plan r inr die Live Insurnce CompanIes pay hS sUms tobie few of their tnetnbers tfr J t A e pay a smaller saol1yfvu meinbeve h tbe1rtdt di IThe Lexingtomi Investment giiarantges to pay s tmemberafor every one tedeived fronufietn tnrecoouara io The Lexington InvestraQnt CO tnilAvestmentOos 1If2 because fter the third payment the tottnber iseligbl tot daah income which litrriitiaiHi f11s tpayments in the meanI e t1 ing ti1tbecertificate is killed 3 Because it redeeHis its coupons in a regular tfehrftfcJtivcx rderBti hiaiso called numeral drawing w iQttety featues attached 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