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WaalilnBton il 0 rihtfpter No 27 meets i Tery third Monday vi Springfleld Council Ko 53 meta every rdt11tliondIlY i Kniflyf of HOSOF Meets every second ic u iintViburlltMJfida lnJ6acb month f KKiaarsorittB UxcjiBBMrMocts every 6 ar t6dnj6 aavotcacbmori h ed 4iOR M flILCt tAW1 THl1FN 24 kteetsevers Wednesday night In wig M41IrQY JaIlI 4TJ = LandN TIME TABLE I5 4rrliaI infl Departnre of Trains J4r i t 4alt J H HJ1 111 4Velley t Of tlJ 1l1oQltern U 4 eroaies1554 3lVoodiiwzi j ro e iiiarTyEimest 1JI222S as fI fl113 JB Vn ii- r q l tlftprelb iIf 05 I Th g ZD8I tni1l mie1S cISfiJ 3M t iitvIcloamont rOt rffJi ffIo 444 jBli JbtdsYlllo qo rt1 1ISouhlark-J 3J l 11 1Ilquth touisv1lle I 4 Jt0 rv uIJruttMS1056IO-ill J I Jiba JKIDNET1ISEASESS seht ttI i itK J 7 aIm iI f t r- ciur1 P 10 alEY CUlttrl WbJ f l f iSiP T lB fti i1W or Brcftl 1Itjjtlbi 8Att J11c It i ofltto d1fldi1er CUnlJj Ltto L i tir fM13 a j r w jiltL NI 1wSt t 4S 1FtD 1 III r fl1Jt1ILJIflt ewSqpaVo1jVft1r INGFIEL WASHINGTON COIJNTYSOQTQBE1r24 1 jiNBEWBALMERS qifEpTORY iujanyrL4ul4fld90V rQRC verThIS441J1te H1ilI3v41ilflCIi pgo urst Ladies SkIrts chSthSe Efforts fvie3efn Crowned With Success GOD newest stock r VER n rt i I ve Have the ewest and To Be Found on the York Market FAMOUS HOSIERY WILL NOT FADE kI LD any of e can oHTere t11 HE election is only afew davs off only Week from next Tuesday ant tit the candidates ji e in and the ballots ace tttfpg jointed his promisestO bqonaj pr the quietest elections for cc unty btS cars that the county as ever- xperienced for years Aside from the magistrates rtce tn rt will be only four capo Mes fur ounty officers the Re jublicins having failed to mak i nomina ttons for any except the Repre ntaiive Jailer Sheriff and As sor The indications ie thai it will be a bad year for Ihe floater and from the present that wortbv will have small op portunity to exert his pull at the candidates leg By the way the managers of a eerie in prim iry election in Trimble cinty I nOt- e have set the eample for holding an election tntt if follow would cause a needed reforai t Pie resula tioos provide that eaci candidate before his name can bo placed on the official ballot shah take Ol0flflo3b that be van not eit her by himself or othurs use or permit to be used in his behalf spirituous vinbis or mats Ijojibrs or any coin of the realpii fnrthur provides tbat after has been elected be shall swear before nopn colt t tbat y H jud s6f beI pJpi gqpd piaq to stop gor tfbii9D an4- kaihoftoaLers gri 6f om hfin provldIhQ will igro and stick to Ahec worli J ut wjjl they We dont tbinirij n JtT Ew BOARD There is o Ian Bbiiie new BOald r ia f JiiQii 7ttstees I 1d4 SUE rtbtift Of the ffiatttes qf the 6ifili o fY 97d bart app i1r ng thetrl Sickflt Tfuf oeJ tlYJtl ff DJ1jp jji1i fL4Wtioi thld WI LMtcj I T6e aTe aU j m 0 good frfr r4ll1ijlW IF Cloaks J tiSnits + r yt We haiide2red to excel 4lL fbrjtf r pur Ints A LOOK JMiRQUGH Will eqftvihce yoM that our i radies4Jnd Childrens Shoes P We ore still showing the and H C 14NS SHOES1Why Because they lthfcbe8tr The toes andshapes nov in IAI GUARANTEED lTn1nitt Best DRESS GOODS New THE ONYX VIID eRwE7s In tee suit you lere ElectfonrThe indcatiuns apoliticaUway 1spot11sp4aE13 canaiaat oeti 41tiii Jfft Famous ISIGLER BIJOS of course be declared elected after tho formality of balloting on ob cion day will have beeH gope hroush with BRAIN FOOD NONSENSE Another lidicuous food fad mostjcomhave dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for muscles and still another for bones A correct diet will not only nour ish particular part of the body but will sustain every other part Yet however good your food may be its uutriipent Is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You roust prepare for their appearance or prevent theif coming by taking regular dose of Greens August Flower the fauorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get rG G Greens reliable remedies all druggists Get Gieenb Special Almanac Bowling Alley Sold Burton Wnarton who estab isbied and hae been operating bowling alley at Bardstcwn for some time pnt have sold her usineis tocf cop pany composed of Bardstown mail for S76C The will be known as the cpmp60YI Bowling Association Messrs W A FawceMV amesj VoWell W H lays and YeweH and George Beam are the principle stockholders of the company Mr Wharton who has managed the ort has returned to 8pr nefieid Be QRS made tflanv friends during bis stay horp rho regret his departura lberealeI rpp1J ants foY the position of dY 9YrJtipg le bowling alley namely Joe iiodman Fred 5t1g1Jamds Yewpli dl JLVjra M0Kay A meeting ot the strtcknoldjgs will babe1 about tanWeektto lkfie thf mac fari In thflmeanUm Mir Joe RjJfdttittUwiU bBiti dhargepf the aHell B arJisJtn wn Standard FoIvs ifoneynr Titp- ppF5ftSiftJflifl4KftStJfeFirp to a it S at a b to a re J jt a lu f NOW ISs THE TIME Ut r J Jto J J u LTHisy IS THE PLACE To Make Your Fall Purchases Our Goods Are The I NEWEST AND BESTS t Prices in reach of ALL YOURS TRULY MACKVIL3E From our Regular Corrospondent- A Bricken sold a farm of 105 acres to Dr Joseph Damaree at 45 an acre possession giVeri at once At the sale of 0 ft Bricken personal property and block sold as folows One weacling colt at 35 ono two yearold fllly at 70 one hackney siahon at 100 milcji cows from 27 lo 40 hogs at 5c corn in the field at 270 per barrel The public is most cordially Uivited to alteod the Sunday Scbodl Jtullyat the Methodist chUrcb ia Mackville on the second Sunday afierooon in Novetr ber Good singing und mosic will be furnisheJ and good speak erswilt be present to talk on the Sunday School work Sam Peter and bis wife and mother of Bard5t6wn are at this wriiins in our cnraunnity vwittDK relatives and rriendaii Mrs Marv Hikarson is suffer logr trom a toke Of paralysis- C A BrlclJ n and family aodI Felix Graves will leave tue tat ter pirt of this mouth ror Liar rissonville to live We regret kioK such an esttuable family from our vicluity but wish tlr m success in their new home Willis Bot oms sold a fix year od mare to George Ropey off Stewartsville for 75 W M Harmon bought a bunch t of calves ofdifferentparLIesfrom 1250 bl8 per bead W P Hatohett sold four hor l ses to M J Harris of Danville for 200 Pat Smith bought a bunch of t atIJOO L lis van key bought a calf of Steve Smith for16 IJ So Gillipsie sold a seveu year ojij mare to Arpo Murphy or 65 SI414p10 Befley4 IItihas lpeu cynically aajd that IItli paiI be glC bv advertising now anyt a days Tbfs pj P t so Many linl men ts hays beefl adygrtisgdi but bhly haaa5pthe i YIitip basrctnotoza h t any bcp1y flyrf t but upon wbat the Feedydoes 11Jf JSbQJ bnePaidkiUe e111 DyW4- L i8 AN OIL BOOM The OH Fields In the Eastern find of the County- to be Developed WORK TO BEGIN IMMEDIATELY Washington county is to be right the head of the pro cossibo with an oil boom and what is more important the boom will be basod on bomething substantial for the oil has 8o1 ready been fund andihe field only needs the application ofI capital and labor to develop itIThese latter requisites haveI been ptroyided and a company frith all necessary machinery will be on the grounds in a few days to begin work The discovery of oil in thisj particular part of Washington county dates back five ot six year A well was being sunk in the farm of Mr J S Coyle in the Pottsville neighborhood The well was being bored in an endeavor to strike water but at a depth of eignty feet a strong flow of oil was struck and the worst ceased Oil rose in the welt several feet but not enough lo fl iw from the top News of the strike sooir became noised ahroad and it was not long before agents appeared on the suenB apd began to make propositions to develop the find Mr Coy la the owner of thejand on which the Well was Bunk anti other adjacent property owners were induced to lease theoil privileges to these development corn panies for a term of five years but unfortunately qo time was specified in the contracts wh n the work of developing should begin and the result was that the development by that parttcular company oevdr materialized It was after wards conjectured thai th ageuls represented the Standard Oil Co and Xhey had carried out the policy applied in so iman rlocali jei by that great corporation hat of putting a stop to the opening qf npw Weillf t The old ieaseji have recently Bxpired and ihetvpfrdf upeptajr tfie ifieidsJs la plgclBK Ih- pisqei r n qp M- rQoIefrn w t1rblq Kl1tto ht DOtf6ef at l y t f Il 11 r r J1VJI 0 Clothing Shoes CLOTHINGLto- SpringfieIds gotf dressers adwing in- TTie WeStilI Sell Erner3sFineSho BOYS CLOTHING SHOES f If you want YOUr boy her Well dressed buy hinria PERFECTION T= They are AAB havethe SRO- J5l tfor himalso FOR THE WORKINGMAN SWEET ORRSI Overalls Heavy Shirts and Work i Coats 4 j l- See the Celebrated 150 Patapsco Shoe thetownMr Trefoot a wexthl New Yor man interested in oili by Hon C C McUhord of this place who met Mr Tiefobr at AsheVille N C recently durinp the convention of Railroad Commi5510 ers The capitalist was at once inter ested and sent a reprflsentHtiv bere to iuvestige A chemical analysis was made of a sampjp taken from the well and it was ascertained that tIle fluid was of a very superior quality oL lubricating oil In the meantime Mr McChbrd and W 0 Reed ha 3 secured lleases on about 2000 acres of land in tbe vicinity of tbe oil well and they have emer fid into a contract with the firm IIerBII machinery on tire ground in MijlMclnnisr finding oil in paying quantities Tbe quality of the fluid i known to be good for even in its c uoe state it makes a very good lubri cant and the farmers in the neighborhood Of tbe well have1f 101oiltnfdormI machinery Mr Mclnojs frays that bo iis authorized to spebd i 75000 cf nocessary in thedt veloptnent of the oil field Tbei work good thing for Washington county Let it go un i iIl Gray My hair was falling out and turning gray very fast But your 1 Hair Vigor stopped the falling and itftbrccf the natural color Mrsla E ZBenomnie Cohoes its Impossible for ypoA not to look old vith thescolor of seventy years in your haIrs Perhaps you are seventy and you likeI your grayha rl YP not use AyePs Hair Vigor In IclsS than a month your gr lhahW II1 bvea11 Jh t- JdarkJicbcoro ofYQwJ ltwiiettll JW 7j1 AiIru2TItecl nrandUl xT- fv1j bi j 4 inre UldJtfTotllo naMe IB et ex oea Acldree- ejJo coMU l IaJf1 qwideawtie bulfn m m J t thrQ1gh th ikiis brt1nWJI 1 ti aR reach the farMeri b yersO 1I 1 Bsi ADWT15INeMZMuW f t athidky t beI t upat ions 7 s and1 jf needs nby introduction See what 4e NW VokOvercoas SS I ltND to BEST1 ANNEX weanaa VioS kWIL ISB U I From our RjttJar p d 1Jt Mr W L Gibbs has iuiehome alter a few days Visit relatives and frfends in Shelby and Spencer counties Mr Kent spetb6f l t Sunday at Pen wick Mr Will hriYfhis v pbc e visited his many friends near Holland last wriek t Miss Addle Jones has been visiting her relatives at farnddn AndersoncontythjseekMbs thPs1 r place was tbe pieasuot gtet of Mrs Ivan Carey ol Tatham- Springs ia t week Mr John Hale and Jtamily have moved frorathls pjace to the elj1 r turned home after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs J Ui CqU fst Fen wiok Mr T 3 Miller has said 12 acres 6t land 16 Mr Ed Perkitfa or2irn acre Mi Will filicoms and Mis Mamie Merritt SPot Sundayr KirkIMisses Ethel Settles and DoUr iWilliams of Biifsboro ottenaed i the meeting here lasttweetcWe regret very much to see the sad news of he de thotEldt E N Brjtton in theHrtrrodsburg IDem ct t Ewer Brititoti had many warm opdsiotbis VJCT lat ty and was loved aod rapectt a alledby Vy 5IMr Dean ates of Gornih ville called tov see 1iIrionde 0heret0 C new remedy for bilHousBcss isr now la n sale at Saydon Rd erts9ns drUg to tore It is called hniberlaln s n Liyer aud StemaphTablet tart griuem It cklifghrenckl Mrs lIiobT BifiddleiBant of Paraballville for thIteenyosXifl1it triia a rqda5WM fwiibofit peliel lD f fapkJMI l iier N al bee hand bae toHtt 1tI5ehorfr e edM irM j e W fiNl Killed by riTrajn- JOhn1weswJruRorpi ao kilIerTuesday eYeIiI flroJ0 Cmjbett ojrcprfd a mite rjo outQftowu near te i1nnof Hop SylveVt l r usnJ1le Qdj uttbexnau r when founfrwHB lorriiily ma K gldd and almost beyond rocognir tipn It seems that QrlRwi- straierin a pBe wmannityjt w a1middle agQdandalrapstdestiue Ihvtigation brought outthe Ic- ormtitiontat hi had been tJtrir r Tied twice aLa had era- qntldren nnda young 1fid1 peudanv upon him 1tt bouse a in which be and lila faaiiljijertt- eUiporary1 livJn wasan oltI out lfpuse on thy land of Mr Ro SS3 IITbeliqu f 5aj never enqrLtq4ltQ biw41t ifIld d tip ppe1ktiows nqn cIt4iamiIZ nqved n1c Inthehos iJrrtl a few quilts which were used fbr pallets anope Solitary chair i His body wag found by his- and fft t be Ororer ytg- hejdanjnquestyesterOy Ltb- anon t Enterprise 1 iit i I1JpprluIkeEInC fnviirutorc andaslced Cuta of eolith medieioe that jd4 not hre iilutQc t 4asa pOpulardrugght OntaricNrtYsShe was dissappoit d and Waie4 to know What coot prcpcJ llpjf9nldrec Kuapnd Jsatd o berfhat Icoaldfr6elj fecowwad CHsmbeelaln ConghUfemetijr aisd lfaal ate Citild take a bottle ofIhrm4dyaodiaf ter givjag Itutlaiirirlil o- ffeake1fhcltiditotudILworthi bnitiitytobrizig the bekeknT fytould r r n dtbeprlcepa tqursespf bday otGO Ue 1Irbat5k ia ocrmpany with af ri Ea cough madjcine and advised hibuy a bottle Cf CkaIb4rldn- ough liempdy Icood dfr tkatireiry good recomniendatiqn fortkeredy die remedyoweit pIts rreat Iipiiirii- nd iwetensiv safe In a large nwr e the personal recominen4sioa pt eople yfhphave been cure1l hriitils- Is Mir far Hale bj fcaydon Jtb4rMi t I t r fl4tk1When death oeM Iroll1 Ii seyerei4ook adv- ea roabp that I hd smffw with forears wrissP H urlai t Ni C Dr 14 ei UhPill nyu- JIjlIS l 18 1sctrbsM Bess- 1ls e a i 1hPtoe s r i t bft u1lblrea 1Jd 0111ivYf 1p 1S4 W tltrdJrj L cgz a11 i1 I0 4 Tf I tJ h fljl t II Jjt narmon WBurtofi I ll1Ian r J tmfiIO nQ r o Aft irMD BALMERS CiLRi6lr t ornaaraittuPP1l N S FnnwriErDKY t rQtJqIREpTORY1 n urIi count ar ofWaah iaty52flhlU iauthwetof Lex J 1teIO4le1rom Loi1avhhI on id to1iMaflck It LouIs + hlIe nd NtlhvlUf- tif l v ttitLfn farthtug and ltfiCUlqral d- itiWtTo banks thcgraph andteephOn taea SPoffice wllts lumlJr ykriU Population 1100 pop IAtlon Cf o1BtT 15600 eIeattrTo 1r Confrd a ion IftwRoaidlci 1ty f tjgjlature f n v tiD 1 opoiy State I3enftte Ran R ltathelJ1 3ari3pba11BcUlitfy I t CQQPIRGTRL fUij tftcr o rHjo Court b lnonrbq Jo brrrcircuIt ldbm t jbIJIar1JIB1 I CEPattOnJ e W SwoeneY ComtnonTrfcalth AJttbrney pj mIJ 1t roli4 fottldlcslonorU t T W staui i UMITRLYOOUHTS sYt tA I QsftterT5 tw h 1 lnp7Tj1113an thrit tt bbUNUOuit ar- UIa P 4yneaChmOuth tB itlteyh5o t 6zitrCl i l Ir 43 ICNA our tbrtltt It w R 8 nb Jtititt11ejJKB Po 1 tl J tw l11 TliD I rrrb bepuiftll 1 ey Ob i Byzotl crbke EdMIster5 hfIlJfOol aOUJ 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every the ffo ftUjaonaay j Kulaufa of HOUOF Meeti every second intifouitb 1016fdaY lifbaoa monthtCIK Marias MiCAhirEaJtlcetfl every odStetJ 91R MMicTK tfxwit TRIER N 24in bttsIevery Wednesday night In wIgti ian1 McElroy Unit beFtaudN TIME TABLE the fttriialiflui Departnre of Trains her pe4lSilh t an AlI pi 1iqIf Ift H jk Crftls5T4 ss has Si L Wooaiawh 6032 27 Yf BirTy ffimrtr 3 25 as i Bards VIL G23 5 tIt 1knzareth ttgo3 t JIf limue i 6 J u 1iIatj645 8M eCaueSprlngiG 53405 I3Ot0 u U45rgjgQod if rw11Ii ldsVnl 10 iu I jfpr t ttoIo tfkj kjtir they ql j XL MET JJSEAE S fathA HU f+ cbt4nipst UI 01 59t 7 f 5lLf JZ vl fQ1I18Ii 8 EY CURtlttnlnbk iftthub IJ MIPj tPini i i tL t7tt J i j1trj t ii trI r ft j JtrtMt ite- i A o r J i I 1L4Jtj I EWs1 Iit Dtd1J i j1jId iLi I t jrs l 7e and Best To Be op the New York 6i k W of we ere trf HE is only afew dairs off only Week from next Tuelty anu of the candidates jre iin and ballots ara brtiilngj Hhted This promises to bq unapr the quietest elections for cc unty offi that the county lasever for years A ide from the rsQd thertJ be only four capo ate fir county officers the Re ublic ns having failed to man nomina ons for any except tie Rapre htaiive Jailer Sherra and As- S sor The indications re that it be a bad year for Ihe floater d from the present indications that worthy will hava small op rtunitv to exert his pull at the candidates leg By the way managers of a certE in primiry election in Trimble co inly I note have set the e ample for holding an election thjtt if follow would cause anee ed reforcu Tie resula ion provide tnateacli candidate fore fits name can bo placed on official ballot sbaUl take a solemn oath that he nil not eit by himself 01 othurs use- rmit or to be used in his behalf spirituous vinox or malt ors or any coin of the realm furthur provides tfcat after he been elected be s balI swear before in open cbu t that he pearsdO the face 0 i to be a plaq lo ah4 ItabkthQf Joaieris gri bfcom bhn yerand it will we rk provfd canata fY Ipi o an4 worim but wiU We dont thinlr t BOARD Tliere is io oe- lari entire new Bbafd of l f r tiQ pd bear appeilrng ffI ft r fl91 oeG- iin fwi qpi dtl W- 4rCO1e1 Ttor au- g t ii a2tiiii l 1 1mc good blfll StJtttCJt1l frJltr r IjwRtbl fj f 4 rIri u k1ki j1J iH i t lj 1 1t It J taadies ltj1oI 1 Suitilld Skirts We haye dred to excel 11 fbrj irf pur c hues in these lin es A LOOK TllROllGH- WiU Cqtivihce4 ybM that our j Have Ben Groaned With Success s 4 M Childrens Shoess J = We are still showing the Il and H c GODI NS SHOES Why Because they are The newest toes and shapes now in stock EVER PAIR GUARANTEED Tfnra HavetheSewest CDRESSFound Market TIIE FAMOUS ONYX HOSIERY WILLNOT FA- DEUrJDeRWR LSD In any these can suit you aoH Tnere ElediiTonVTThej01ectiqn magistrates apolimcalAvay atqDeyt siopuptn cktokbejr iE ljBUEnblieoftbe ffIM Cloaks ffbrts Ladles JSIGLER BROS tjiebe8t of course be declared elected after tho formality of balloting on election day will have been gopejthroush with BRAIN FOOD NONSENSE Another iidicuous food fad bas been branded by the most jompeteut authofitre Tbey hav0 Ndispelled the silly notion ihatonkhind of food is needed for brain another lor muscles and stulanotbar for bOnes A correctyaiet will not only nour ish a particular part of the body but It will sustain every other pant Yet however gobdl yo- to6may be its nutriment Is destroyed by indigestion or dYs- pepsia You must prepare for their appearance or piovpht theif coming by taking regular doses or Greens August Flower the fauorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy aciiou purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant ii vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remiedies at all druggists Get Gieenfc Special Almanac Bowling Alley SolfrRiurton Wtiarton who estlab isbbd and have been operatiW a bowling alley at BardstcvNh for some time past have sold fneir iutns to a stici cop pany com posed of Badstown menfor 76C The Bowling will be known Association as the B ctmpanyIi Messrs W A Fawqgtt James Yew llW H IJays aod Morgan Yewetl and George Beam are the principle stockholders of the company Mr Wharton who has managed the resort has returned to Springfield He Jas made rnany friends durfngbis stay harp jybo regret hiS departura Tbereaie Jlrl1p1 ants foY the position of cbpdueti ipg the bowling 1l1 eyI namely Joe 6dman Spauldihgj Jams Yewpll a id tbeIt rtvtrWeektto dt ffpne th3- jqr ma In thftOJeanUm Mfr Joe 1t fWiUbe1t1 dhargePf tb- eokvs hIt r4s0 t dard r1Je liofleynr TaS- fC4rTpwfJj4 lPPI11tCSiJ tJ NOW IS THE TIME It 01 or JJ lL L THIS IS THE PLACE To Your Fall Purchases Our Goods Are The I NEWEST AND BEST t At Prices in reach 0fALL J YO URS TRULY j MACKVILLEF- rom our Regular Correspondent C A Tiricken solda farm of 105 acres to Dr Joseph Damaree at 45an acre possession given at once At the sale of 0 A Brick n personal property and block sold as folows One weanling colt at 35 ona twoyearold tilly at 70 one hackney staUibn at 100 milch cows from 27 to 40 hogs at 5c corn in the field at 276 lper barrel The public is most cordially invited attend the Sunday School rally at the Methodist church in Mackville on the second Sunday afternoon in Novenc t mnsietpeakrSunday Schoolwork Sam Peter and his wife and mother of Bardst6wn are at this writing in our cnrounnity visiting relatives and frienda Mrs Mary Hikerson is suffering from a tt oke of paralysis C A Brictten and family and Felix Graves will leave tne tatter part of this mouth for Liar rissonville to live We regret ksaog Such an estimable family luifltoui vicluity but wish thm homeI year ofjRopey Stowartsville for 75 W M Harmon bought a bunch of cAlves otdierenpariIes 1250 t18 per head W P Hatohett sold fourhor ses to Mirris of Danville for 200 rat Smith Bought a bunch of 75 lb Ehpatsof Jesse Smith at iOOLouis Ynnkey bought a calf of IL1is for16 GilJipsie sold a seveu year ojij mare tCJ Arpn Murphy lor 65 People BcfIey4jii it has been cynically sad that anything gajf be sqli by advertising now a days Tbjs p nof so Many hal meats havh fceefl advertised but drily pudPerry Davi ajikjlef h6pth- e5p of itv peara a et 39gy ita poptlstrijv U greater ttian 1 Rn4 bas d not oo 7bat any body q but upon What the FendTdbe eJI JSbm one PaidUilJer very Xiphb4 L J a i AN OIL BOOM The OH Fields fit the Eas tern End of the County to be Developed WORK TO BEGIN IMMEDIATELY Washington county is to be nghC up at the head of the procession with an oil boom and what is more important the boom will be based on nometbing substantial for the oil has jal ready been fund and the field only needs the application of capital and labor to develop It These latter requisites have been nr vided and a company iith all necessary machinery will be on the grounds in a few days to begin work The discovery ofoil in this particuar part of Washington county dates back five or six years A well was being sunk in tbe farm of MrJ S Coyle in the PottsVille neighborhood The well was being bored lnan endeavor to strike water but at a depth of eigntyfeet a strong flow of oil was struck and the wortr ceased Oil rose in the well several feet but not enough lo fin from the top News of the strike soon became noised ahroad and it was not long before agents Appeared on the scene and began make propositions to develop the find Mr Coyle the owner of thejand oh which the well was sunk and other adjacent prqperty owners were induced to lease the oil privileges to these development lt companies for at term of five years but unfortu uately no time was specified in the contracts when the work of developing should begin and the result was that the development by that particular company nevdr materialized It was after wards pn jcctured that the agents represented the Standard Oil Go and they liad carried out the policy applied in so wanT idcali ties by that great cprporatlon that of putting a stop tothe opening Qf nawwelll The old llease fi have recently expired and iheivofkdt upeninff toe Deld Js 1niVc hinds The IsIce C kejll ofl Mi OoIraiw3 firsbrghttoq- A notlcektn a fa aalt Vwayvbf a i I 4 an r r Iff 1 j W 0 I from i11 tr ff If you want your to be welt dressed buy hima = They are BES We cJX P ORRS Shirts and Work Coats the 1 J We are Sole Agents for theon both Mr wexthlv Now York man interested in Oil1 by Hon C C McUhOtja of this place who met Mr Djrefobr at Asheville N C recenWv during the conv6n tfoo of Railroad Gomnaissioqers The was It once inter estod anjB sent a reprflsentativj here to uvestige A chemical analyse was made of a sam pIp taken irom the well and it Was ascertai led that the fluid was of a very superior quality oj lubri cating oil In the meantime Mr McChord and V 0 Reed hail secured lleases on about 2000 acres of land in tbe vicinity of the oil well and they hav einer nd into a contract with the firm of McInnlsS crc IOU well drillI ers who are backed by Mr Tre foot and who expect to have alli Mclnnis has visited the and says that he is finding oil in paying quantities Tbe quality of the fluid i known to be good for even in its cue state it makes a very good lubrii cant and the farmers in the neighborhood Of the well have fur some time been using it in oiling their wagon end machinery Mr Mclnnjs aye that be is authorized to spehd f75000 of necessary in thedt velopment of the oil field The work means a good thing for Washington county Let it goon U hair was falling out and turning gray very fist But your Hair Vigor Ito ped the faJUng and reto d the natural coJortMfEZ Benomme Its impossible for ypii not to look old with thescolor of seventy years in your haIry Perhaps you your lfnot- ue Ayers Hair Vigor In lei than a baye all thC f SLte irfettk AILdrjjii f tee ese dalher andy will xrIsv- ea bQi hInn rudgtYet5e Ra la Qee Addreet weu T aE t r iL4 1 7tri f ideawake bastntSi nd iJ I +through1 tbs Cfr iffiiOtTICBttS irnI tEEF1Rroabi tifMir sLtiuyer8J f LBcei t 4 ilrJ r 5 11 i experienced J M4 Make to to l Mens Clothingg and HlSH ART CLOTHINGtj needs no introdjuctiori gpoIl dressers See what Af e i i- nTe NW YdkeOvercoafs rt i TeiI Sell ErnroYis Sho BOYS CLOTHING Mlilboy PERFECTION 6tT1 havethe ANN SROfl 3FOkhlrna1so I FOR THE WORKINGMAN SWEET Overalls Heavy See Celebrated V JO Patapsco Sfioej town Lines Trefootla capitalist alfewMI farmI GrayM- y iaregrayliaIr innfhyoir- aVhaIrwi1I dkifchcoforo1yqut tJIt ShoesT- he tQ- Sprlngflelds aiisftwing T wlbISatT U From oar R jrajat Coreapendent Mr W L Gibbs has fe utaed home after a few days Visit relatives and friends in Shelby and Spencer counties Mr Kent Rogers spenti the day wit h his parents last Sunday at Penwitk Mr Will Shirley ofthis place visited his many friends near Holland last wrick Miss Addie Jones has bee visiting her relatives vYanrd n Anderson county this Week Mis Nora Mcllvoy ofthi place was the pleasant gfees s of Mr Ivan Carey of1ttthai Springs it weekSMr Johr Hale and family Vmoved roraithis place to theirl elIturned home after a weeks visit with tier sister Mrsj NCi at Pen wioJrwMr T 3 Miller has ldlgf acres of land 16 Mr Ect ierkiris for 2oan acre MrWill Slmms and Miss Mamie Merritt spent 5u day with Mia LllliB Wells at Kirk land Misses Ethel Settles and Dell a Williams Biilsbbro attntle4 the ineetjng here last week We regret very locb1osethe sad t1ewsottthe death otEld EN Brjtton in theHarrodsburg Democrat t Eidsr Brittbii had many warm rri DS rpt is ylct rity andwaa ldodrpeIIi t ad IJMrvilie called t10 see blafrlqndiij here last Sunday t g A new remedy for billiousBcss isi abvr sale at iHajr on dbertsonfs drug t tore Itis called jQhfeniberlalns Li aud StetnachTableU it glue I kjifghrcJ1 i i kjj j tParsblIviUe11Uobt worDiftbr1iSaft Bborttl Be Wpe Mye4PBewarec of iub4itWe tt l KiUd by iit Train John J Grimes wiarui Orfifani wkillerf Tuesday eQiQ Hboui B ociock or a iUllfe later ttotb UyHJetiiuniTit cc d occpramH orooutgfxowu 4neartiefarmofHoo1lursul lbQdy OttbuXn14j h whenfouniawttB horribly mti H gldd ac talmoittb v d racugnt lion It seems thsvGrswassferangerin the cDOn ttYt1trIi- n middleagedaqd almost desiii ute- Inw3tigationt brpuxELt o utth ic brmatfonlthat ht ha4jbVtii itffti sTjed twice atd bad ae araL iitI renJlia young 1teda lienanL upon him 1le1 house in which he and his faiLuy1ijer tenjporarty livJid ww an pit ouc Jlouie nn thp land of Mi1 Rnsell TnpHqujie Jadl never bJeetvr qnte4Lq him jt iiiteicl si It99fl6kUOWSW0n she lamify mbved oM Intbelios witr a few quilts which yreie ued fbr J pajletsandLpne solitary chair trltfi heldri jnqueSt yesterday Lb anOn mDterplrs f I JJtJ NS e rt 4 rJtdayast cintcr iaay e J lnviirugtoreaqdasked fiiarof cough medieijie that idi4 mot hiYe il1atQCk aya populardrugght c OqtaciOi tYSf1C was dtssappon ed gtprepet d to herthat5ou1cifreIy tEcoendC- hathieflalna CougjsRineiy aisd v tht ateculd talcea batt1eoitharein ofTthnnytqbrhig tkeb1iU- i Atould rfitndthe price piLla jifc cquracpf bdajr or so U e lapgrlcit back in company with afriendineeO of a cough modjcine and advised Mr 101ntyp bottle of Chasber14nm Coiiffh ketnpdjr I conridirr tkatisTfirjt rpod recqnjmendaHQn fori he tepidy rcic reweciyowe itsdettPP vit and extensive sale In a large aavre o the personal fec6mi e Htaifc8 jot neople wbphave been cure JJW U1u t Is far Sale by Hay un A JRobfto f t if Datkasi Whfh detc Mtmti tHi near froot a s ver WHBa h aDd lvrnr iroabp thvt I had wtftofM Lth for tears wrlM1 M i tirIaii N vCu ttr e Off ills ayJ sd gay perfoct bM Ii M oMIs5 r rw1 = rLt = rHEItEWSLFIi3R I La lbJNiW LEAIR- iI 04 tVltT I i1AYE 31NADVANOE 1ir tf pRNGFELD tY t 1l It r E fDAVISQffr J ErnoKAJPsiiI I itrrr r fPtbI1 lief flQtlu5i Il eeuI4 Jdli uil5 ctz forrnfjOfl iCortlit1r t a subCUr t t matter C4tloncudd kahl1poUtlcal OIQLsjIJrIIils jf i Job wrki tyjfoaWo j twnipMbt itJ8b rtf ontA1 1yor goodsi h rtnvonrt5 made Drf liberal f A 1Is j 1IfI esolutions of respect 3 ibiti3rLCUI antsprllflO r 1 r4YHU t i ioTa5OLaooIxlea 9uttr pltrlt n c n H10OO n 1 BtfflSB AY OCTOBER 24 19fc p 1 For Cdtoy ttpaeyt W9a uthfiZCl gn qpui1ce scoiTr lA1fSj 1 ticancU rtefo 1be qBcadf Coan trAt r1iOt pC Watchlzijton county NIvernbRrIIectjqlUPl l 4 For m astrat Wfl are tmofiprlzMl to announce JAMES L MUDDV As a candidate for Magistrate in the aederictOWfl prlngaeIdp 9 stricter ilovembar election tool ct VV9f5ierIff We rAthqr1ed to finnotince BYKON CROAKS as A Candidate for he jofflceaf Sheriff WMhldgtpn county Novflrober elec tion loot DspJfttN Sidney Os bpurneEd Mastera Richard Isham VVV-e Ve are aulfaprl eu toinnoance 049lqI4I l candidate Qr top Betijocratlc 60 ninatlou for Repre entati ve from V aJIngton CountY November eleo j 191V f The trial of paleb Powers is tieatirfg ft close ancl the chance re that tIre cst will be gient J 10 thcflury before the end of the i W8el Snch lI the time limit ne Vfpts sought to be develr iJ6d bj ne defodse ftt ihe close aukthy wirb ibttiPojvers left Frapkfpri ohe sholthg to i htti n1ftecp t Ji n to- FraiTortandttit trve hot was noi tfredttoiri his office It is the pinion that tna State bat somd haV strnjzhtened its case the accused since the former trial v e t l reiilent Roosevelts action 4in eptortHittini the oegro Booker Vatdinner Hn the White Hpehas causpd a storm f comment throughout tile country inpst of which ii un ravorabbj Mr Roosevelt is certattily independent and orig nal butthere is suchii thing as ting tot rash in his public acts The s cheVf executive blfthe Atneri tail popecan pot afford to go Jr f g lnsr joerttment j r9a phmo ttowing tfiecry dlf fifaj at the Cemple TIi aVer Yfr fLoiiisviils 1Idesicfa iftrnoQn qmatir iJ8 trrer irawpled UfJ and ouiten ttteip5tireu JPrabk McDonald WB Sobadlj i but Lb Y r K fri aipifffln tfpOUL1f1 AljnfeGlohir the fiveve- astetdauhteroS1 old B Barren oy oCuny left Jboinie last riday mrmngJo tieps ioo in ihe npi h1bbrhood1ttnd has nn- lbesnstttndjne y r n Di i entsc UC- h as bien mudB in The 1IthkpolVt whereIajouscau6oiarnet1i TiispIIO Emulsioni oJ Cod Liver Qiljs the nieahs oT lifej and ehjoynijefntpflife thousands men woriien and fhildren h tlaJe6 efafS itre stores 1af Whendd A 1i iaburden i1ifThiurd- When en yoif fiehifrbrings ritandft thetp1umpnessf health Bright r Jt jis t e thjn edge otIi- fQcIIButi when you liate it and canrdi geti i t 4bofiv Entutsfon of Cod lVei Oiii1feefoodgiat maker y4 fFrRett your stomach IllotttlIttendfd A3i BOWNE ChniIstaI b 5ztball drunlstf LP 1 4 t dYouHaveiI1va hecaIntf J IMIas been madounder his ip soV1 supervision since Its Inthcy All w no one to deceive youIn thIsrAll CountcrfeUsanti Ju tos firood are but Experiments that trifle M ith and endanger the health of Infouts and Children Eiperienco agulnst Experiment WhatisASTORIA43ast- orla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil aregone Drops aid Soothli g Byrnpj It is Pleasant Wrrs cozit4iu5 neither Opium Morphine nor other Na cot suVbtancOiIts agOJs Its u rant e It destroys W9 and allays Feverishncss It cures Dlarrhooa and yina Fi Colic It relieves Toethhiff Troriblcs cures COnStipatiOnl and Flatulency It assirtilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels gli Ing Jiealthy and natural sleep Tbe Children PanaoeaJTho JUpthers Friend GENUINE CASTQTRIA ALWAYS rf BearaeofVVV4Y- H 1Iie KM YOllito AlwaysBoup In Use For Over 3O Years Ct1VUVuliilds pireos bWO h IThe kidnapped She was t wing fron school In co 3 lenIJl1dlen Mr Warren stales that he fill offer a reward Tar the capture o tt4abluctor and the return of tfoq child He notfid the pol OP f Looi v 1e and all nitias in la Una to b cuiie lookou fjt v vi U Jif man who is su pec ed- Mr Warren a fwrmer 0V Green cDunty and is in fa sood ciriiuustances The p ti pie iOlht ana he surround sections are con derably wor ed up over the dissapearance of tbe cmld Hodgeovlie Si ec al onlu dLu u flY ot HeU turd rt It you have ever heard the eweet t ned Stager Piano tou will appreciate this To reachlho highest standard of excellence has ilwuys been the aim in the maui fac oreO r tho Celebrated St cer Piano nly tbo best material is used insuring eat durability Every piano fully guarantjecd IheStcgerfactortet thoroughly equi ipcd with tho boat and most improved mm bin ry located at Stcger are amons iargestin the west- IdUoCinsparchasetB will find It poflt able to write for full des rilltive catal rue which will be mailed free npon lip llca tioi STEOBR Co Established H79 Chicago Hi 20 THE WIDOW TAX In BIlndanBO Wife Death Corta the Wldo rcr One Hundred Pta Becoming a widow or a widower Is a iujieli more scrlona business than get ting married among some of the tlbca In the Philippines In Mindanao oar pro10ngcl14repcullug rlave an Jnstltuton there torthey WJIow tnx chnhnloau the I Itf Upon the death of the wife tbe- lvhlowcr nut pay a certain sum of mODel or Its equivalent in goods tbills tcPUlttnldgqlnfotfpoft thest natives the tax generally la Ipald tnPltteJ of common stone chi ua t yvhlch used tinlire tnuph by na tives as a Uicdlum of exchange It Is obnKldered the proper thing foft thb be rcaved ofle to pay 100 of these pbtcsto ibis fathfefinlaw for permission to look fibont him for a successor to tin de ceased helpmate It the husband dies the wido v at once becomes the property of her par entarfahlw nod so remains for lit un less some relative comes forward and produces the necessary number ol din nero plates The natural result ol this Is that married people nre nil ext ewe ly solicitous for the health of end other In slctnleps the Invalid is iedt lous Iy attended by the partner of his or her Joys and sorrows the well p rson perhaps being moved mare bj the thought of those hundred plates than byreal l affectionVjpVflrco is unknown among thesi peo Jplef but a man way have as uany itiJag he Pleases It will be seen JUtI1se of nn epidemic hl li Xjf Wi4tiRVavny his wives a m riled al nyJUJd bo in dire extremltj In bgot Z death of a much married ianfiJPal Uts w uie into a snia for they either have e oug- hVVtO render future work on their f inaecessarybrtbey receive enough p1aictrow the families of the w dosto setup crockery storeV DWARFING AN OAK TREE The Japanese TrICk liT Vblcb It 1 AceornpIItecdfrV The Cbabo Illba a dwarf Japanese pine tree was recently sold for 1200 ItIs six feel high and nlkgdl to Uc 8yeDl1Iott iU has long been supi osed neseIgnrdhow said tha 1s a luipleprocp s and lint any out can do the trl loTl c fol Vowing dlrecrionK are given for p oduc ag a mluiatcrc flak tree Take an orarwi and scoop ottt the julp IM1 tlaj fiitcrlor with a rich molcl Uid plant an licornla the center of jtnlng ibv bpl6 Invtbu rind for It to rput1trongti Put U hi a sunny place ind ivate11trqnentIy Soon after lu artotsfikvnppenrctl the roots JlglnJ ktI11p tIJ trI ircfully ani keei ihein shaved ipchegIghtaWiftHtralnlatnro oaV Wlnju the otf sense to grow the orangd akin r liotuil ue iiiu ueu wvcr uuu II1UU dod in a flowerpot The Japanese dwarf all kinds of tr and make them live to a great age Some of these dwarfs like the Chabo tUba are well known and their own vrs hove documentary evidence attest ing their great age Tlie older thy are the more valuable of course they nre In Japan certain famflles follow the calling trade art or what you will of growing dwarf trees from genera ttow to generation and you can buy a miniature oak 500 years old from a de scendant of the man who first planted the acorn Not only forest trees but fruit trees and flowering shrubs aro dwarfed by these clever gardeners Swlmmtnnr No man can ever hope to be a strong swimmer unless he cultivates the pow er of endurance In the water says a professionalVIt costs me no more exertion to swim for an hour than It does to walk for the same period of timeVIn swimming a man should time his stroke with his breathing He should take but one stroke to each breath In this way the muscles of the bodywork In conjunction with the lungs and no energy Is wasted In salt water which of course Is more buoyant than fresh water a maD who has trained himself In this way should have no difficulty In keeping afloat say he were shipwrecked until sheer weakness from hunger and thirst trould force him to sue cuwbPhllrdelpbla fleord Dnljra Cmpconatoa Employee The late Augustin Daly bad in his employment a inca who always ad dressed him a note periodically asking for an advance of money This note was Invariably answered by a most abusive letter In almost Insulting terms und threatening Instant discharge It the offense was ever repeated and closing a checlr for the money At regular intervals of about three montbzs the man Invariably made the easis request with the same result always however getting a check In closLC And thus It continued until Sir Dslye death New York Times Wart A simple remedy toe warts la a dram of salicylic acid with an ounce of col iodlnci lu a bottle which has ft tiny brush run through the cork Apply this mixture to the warts twice day and la a few days they will dry up and tall off Ladles Howe JournalL Hoorcnnt uI trust Brudder Epbm said tire pastor you Is still walkln in de straight on narrer patbr Tze sorry to say pabsun replied Uncle Epbm deeply penitent Tze backslode a good deal lately Chicago Tribune Knot on Tree In the barks of pur forest trees are contained n multitude of Intent buds which are developed and grow under certain favorable conditions Some trees possess this property in a remarkable degree and often when the other parts an killed down by frost the property of pushing out these latent buds into growth preserves the life of the plant These buds having oner begun to grow adhere to the woody layer at their base and push out their points through the back toward the lightVThe buds then untold nod develop leaves whirl elaborate tbt sap carried up the small shoot Once elaborated It descends by the bark when it reaches tbe base or Inner bark Here It is ar rested so to peak and deposited be tween the outside and Inner layer of burl as can be learned on examining specimens onjthe trees In the woods almost anywhere VMnnz TaxciV In the matter of taxation the Isle of Man Id unique There Is no Income tax no succession duties chargeable against the estates of deceased persons no highway or turnpike tolls Roods are maintained by the revenue from tw- osourcesa small tax upon every wheel and shod hoot and a levy upon every male Inhabitant who must give a days work on the road or its equivalent In cash There are no stamp duties on receipts checks promissory notes etc In fact stnmp are used only for post age London Standard Constipation Doesyour head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation dyspepsial5c nant yor mowezhecr bcarV br en r 9KINGHAM Uhwniagi3ps NATURES 1IISTAKEB J fiOMETHAt TOMEN CONSIDER REMARKABLE VALUEVllbFI Paradoxical am It Majr Appear tIeki Perfection of a Hr cloun Stone Largely Due to Some tnpetect1oo- In His Making by Katare Paradoxical nslt may appear the perfection of a geni Is largely due to some imi erfectlou In Its make Some lIttle mistake made In the laboratory of natvce prpdvicya a defective stone iMch J8 jttft410ttlt30lf from the lap q IttlieTrilnfripalMftBt white and Of llttlq caluone Is of a rtclj dfetxf reitt and if without oth er flaw tiian Us Cplor sells for 300 a VP1rups ns much tisVitH ol ole bjkThe reason of the rich t6rr1 l the emerald its value l4tjil naipre In making the stone put oioOniV6b oxide of thromlum Just as Jfic sometimes gets too much sap vrtVaiilflthe biscuits The standard of rfcctioti in the laboratory of nature Is tlie cplorlesa emerald and her deep greeii pnea ajji some of her failures falljje wWck vertheless delight 1U Iij b v lUllCh they may dls- Igqtn t1 t9 CQilbU3T n ton o- fokPfChIfliUrn toCtbc price which halt a grain of It Klves to a cheap and common crystal When nature makes mistakes In man ufacturing diamonds the results are equally remarkable Her standard for diamond Is a pure white stone but sometimes a foreign substance gets Into the crucible ddtbe result Is u red or blue diamond A line white brilliant of one carat can be bought for 125 but a blue stone of that size would be cheap at 3500 A red diamond is of even greater value a red stone of fifteen grains having been sold for 5000 Yet the little particle of foreign material which nature tarelessly let rail into the mixture when she was making that stone down in the heart of some prime val volcano Is of less value than a grain of common salt and only got there by mistakeVNature manufactures In her labotto- ry a material called spinel You can buy a block of spUicl as large as you cnn carry for a few dollars Sometimes In making spinel sninll quantities of chromic acid get IntO the material and color Ita deep red The pieces ored nature rejects as spoiled itt tho making and throws them in the dust bin from which men dig them out and call them rubies A ruby of thirtytwo carats recently sold for 52000 Yet the material of the cheap spied and the valuable ruby are practically tho otlchromicby mistakeVWhen nature starts out to manufac turn opals she endeavors to make them without any cracks In them In this she seldom succeeds coming nearest to perfection in the Mexican opals which have few cracks In them and therefore little luster The fiery glow of the orl entalpajand the play of light in the depths of that exquisite stone are duo entirely to the numberless cracks which seam the surface of the gem1 It must give nature a poor opinion of mankind when she sees him selling tbeI Mexican opals which are nearly per fect for 12 cents a carat and Ilaylng 25 a carat for her failures the cracked tire opal of tile east Not only In gems but In many otherI things does nature make rnlstakcsand failures the results of which are ly valued by man The chunk shellii shell much like the conch shell of these shores is one of the commonest shells on the beaches of India and millions of them are gathered and burned for the lime that Is In them Yet In a tern pie near Kandy Ceylon are two chank shells which hold the place of honor id a shrine covered with gold and no amount of money could buy them from their guardian priests Their Value consists in the fact that nature was not quite herself the morning she fabricat ed these slfells and gave a right hand ed twist to them Instead of a left hand ed one such ns has been given to all other chank shells so tar as man knows since the beginning Baron Rothschild once paid tsOO ft dozen for some Schl6ss Johannlsbcr wine and itVii Admitted that taking everything Into consideration It was not an exorbitant price Yet the Wine of the same year from the rlncyard dl rectly adjoining the JohannUberg vlue yard on the same bank of the Rhine a vineyard whose soil It to all appear nnces the same only brought 5 n dozen And there Is no special secret about the manufacture of Jobannlsberg wine or about the variety of grape used its great value conies from a little joke of nature In the soil of the Tohnnnlsberg vineyard there Is an Infinitesimal amount orn certain salt which Is found In the soil of no other vineyard The ndmlxtuta Is Blight that no chemist has ever been able to Imitate It yet it is worth many thou sands a year to the awner of the vineyard When Gold Look Oreea Gold can be beaten out so thin that It allows light to pass through It which case though it still appears brilliant yellow by reflected light it Is green as viewed by transmission that by the light that passes through It This curious effect can easily be ob served by laying a piece of gold leaf upon a plate of glass and holding It between the eye and the light when the gold will appear semitransparent and Of a leek green color And There Are Other Waggs Old man Blowitt has a re markable mtmory hasnt he Naggs Wonderful Why he actual ly remembers a lot of things that never happened Chicago UccprdHeraldl Hl AbilityV And bow is my old school rlentl Blrasoii getting on said the man who bad returned to his native ctyaZteran long absence l Oh hes doing first rateCBut be was such a bright boy we altt ways expected be would display espe clal ability Well I dont know that be hasntm displayed especial abilityiI Defer hear him mentioned in cons nection with any of your electionsouXo thats Just the point Hehas shown cblllty to go ahead quietly andtbuild up a business He doesnt have j to run for office Washington Starc Critical Sift You dont love me as much as you did or you Would have stayed Ion gerlaatnlgbtBeBdt yota Insisted on my goingw ThnotGreatness ta tb ta1 the v common ungsthemOlltre ILlii Jutia i ii = ualove to love aiwfc IJecfceR a A COLUMBUSSTATU- Er Story of a Brass Poaniftrii- Traniforrn tloa of Oarabrlnnn A story Is tcld oln brass fbunder who was one day visited by a friend 1octlDJr i agent fOr one ot the cities ot Control America The agent asked what It would cost to cast a statue of Christopher Columbus for tthe publlfc square uf the thy The amount walj far In excess of the sum which the mAJi lint at his disposal He was about leaving In despair of being able to se yore the statue when the brass founder said Come back in the junk yard and let us see what can be found there lie went back and the brass founder showed him a colossal statue of Gam brtmis recently removed from the front of a large brewing establishment Under his feet rested a beer keg in his hand was a large and overflowing schooner ills berd was long and shah ry and nboiit hfe brows was wreathed a garlatrd of bifley and hops Why tmVWiH never do said the commhATon ierchl1ntUI want a stut ue of Columbus Walt until I have touched this ow up Come back In about a week and see whtrt you think of it If it suits you you can have it for the amount you have at your disposal As soon ns the visitor bad gone the brass founder set two men at work on the figure ot Garubninus They re movied the boer keg from under his right foot and placed theie nn anchpi and a cbtl of rope from his hand they removed the goblet and substituted a globe with the continents traced n it from his brow they took the7eahi of barley and bops and substituted a wreath of laurel and then proceeded to trim up his whiskers The finishing touch consisted In putting at the base of the statue Crlstoforo Colombo When the commission merchant came be was delighted with the figure anti purchasing it shipped It to the Contra American city where it adorns the public square and is looked upon with veneration by the citizens of that town New York Times FIRES CAUSED BY NAILS Particularly Guarded Asrdlnit hr Firm That Handle Cotton Speaking of insurance matters said a listener I suppose the plain old fashioned nail has caused more fires In the big establishments where machinery Is used In many and com plicated ways than any other little thing In existence The only thing needed Is for It to come In contact with some other hard material with suffi dent force to caustfa spark and heat generation Nails have really produced a heavy per cent of the cotton tires of the country tinning recent years on account of steps taken by the owners and conductors of the larger cotton and byproduct plants at the instance of surance men the nail has not been such a prolific producer of fires A war bill been found for Instance In cotton gins cotton mills and in plant where cottonseed are put through manufacturing processes oftI extracting nails and other weighty and flinttf sflbstrfrices that may find lodg meat In these Inflammable products Gravify ftTtbe natural force used Nails and rocks And materials of this kind are heavier than cotton and Its byproducts nod they have a tendency to theIt rdf1lso that when the cotton or the cotton seed pass through the gfind in the various manufacturing processes there Is but tittle danger from fire so tar as these things are concerned New Or lean TimesDemocrat About Writing Onea Tame People who sign their letters with wild flourishes or Initials only and give no address offer one of the worst of compliments ta their correspondent by egotistically nssumiirg that their hand writing must be of such familiar Im portance to him or that they and their attains are so present to his mind that further Identification Is mnfectftary Having their signature rut from the end of n lettern4Ibesea s from Its heading pasted oh tthe envelope which Incloses a reply Is a bad compliment which many persona brIng Upon them selves by an unpardonable IjfegiblUty It is a singular fact tbataccldcjjtariiite spelling or mispronunciation txf VIes name generally constitutes n greater affront and fa prtiitt1veof tooYe an nnvance than a studied Insult vlll tiltI Year Round Hrotberlr Delli Sis will he down in a minute said her little brotherVIm so glad replied Mr De Trop She wasnt at home the last Unto 1 Called Oh yes she was but wouldnt come down How do you know shell come down this time then Cause ftold her you was another fellow Philadelphia Record The Earlleit Lena The earliest known lens Is one madp of rock crystal unearthed by Iayard at Nineveh ThlR loris the age of which Itltto be measured by thousands of years now lies In the British museum with Its surface as bright as when It left the makers hands By the side t are very recent specimens of heat which have been ruined by exposure to Londons fogs and smoke Preference Would you rather have something else tItan a piece of pie asked tire kind neighbor of little Freddie had run on errand for her wboI Yes mnanu said lFreddje Iji wud rather have two pieces Ohio State Journal How Old Spiders Live Old spiders which have neither web or the materials to make one Often hunt about to find out the webs of otb l spiders younger and weaker tItan themselves with whom they venture battle The invader generally succeeds and the younger spider Is driven out to fuake a new web and the old spider re mains In possession until a stronger Invades the web and drives It ut When titus dispossessed the spl dVr seldom ventures another attack hut tries to subsist upon the few Insects that may tail accidentally into lutches and eventually lieS of hunger The Blind Leading the Blind Little Ina had always lived in the country until her parents moved to the eat of the State Normal college loa as sent to the practice school ofI itat institution where during one hour of each day she was taught by diem bent of the senior training class When asked how she liked the school he replied love my regular teacber earty but dont much like It when Ihone frit uacljers come linliarereM- asiM4 xJ THE REPUBLIC ThoOtOOJiIl 0 ihlp of ittttl VSail 0 Union itronrand gttt Humanity with iu tests rUh1I tbe lope of tune years 5i hanging brealhlett on thy fatcl VWe what Uaiter laid thy keilV What workmen wrouslit lbrtba ttctl made iath malt e54 Mil a rope mat tfvlla 5ng Den best In what foref and what a heat shapCi the of thy hopel egrboteathmildeniOUlldIfl41hOCkt1iS Tb but the flipping of sailV And not I rent made jr tho gild In spite of nxk lad temp tts roar In Iplte olUlie lights on the shore Sail nor fear to trout the veal hearts our tope are all with Ik hearts our bopes ottr prajen our ittlti faith triumphant oer our teaiVAre ill with thee are all with tbtei LonjWlotr EXPRESSIVE PHRASES Thoe Which ParetBnerai Comlnir tS America Learn tptae FItWhat are themost expressive phrases In colloquial English Of the dozens that slip off English speaklnftongues iomktntitbetetter more characteristic o the race that Origin ed t em than thipri When forelcfiers cdme to this country they catchSjertal expressions almost Imme dlatcly afiu long before they can at tempt to speak tbe language have made them part of their vocabulary It would seem that these phrases must be the most expressive in English and that they ore peculiar to the language and fill n long felt wnnt since for signers seize so eagerly upon them Every man or Woman who lands In this country is saying Hurry upr In two months In Whatever quarter of the citv one may walk Italian or Ger maw or Jewish mothers will be dis patching their offspring on errands us c10SlDgjnpr How delightfully characteristic Ior the nation Is tbe phrase It Is not to be wondered at that the newcomers from the slow moving old world ODd thnttney have brought over nothing to eqmttlt An right rivals hurry npv not because foreign tongues lack similar Jolbright locking In other phrases of tbe same character Then too All right takes tbe place not only of Good but of Yes and I understand and of a dozen other phrases which In other languages require separate eapxsioi I1be third phrase Which aTotjq shares the popularity of the first two Isults nice This should be Interesting to purists who wish to restrict nice to its first and original meaning qf ex actNo word of ancestry sufflcjently Aristocratic to please them tats the place of nice In Its colloquial mean tog and foreigners clasp It with joy wholly Ignorant of the fact that they are outraging the feelings of anybody by so doing Other phrases besides Hurry up All right and Its nice captivate the fancy of the newly land ed but these three reign supreme New York Tribune They Were t Indlaaa It is said that when the first Chinese came jto California the Indians were very curious about them A dispute arose among some of them as to what country the strangers might hall from and whether or not tbey were Indians The Indians wise as tbe Puritans of old decided to apply the water test If tire accused swam they were witches if they drowned they were innocent tOnp day a party of Indians met a party of Chinamen approaching a lit stream Tire strangers approached rt1e bridge and started across The In too filed across and westing the Chinamen in midstream pushed two of them Into the angry spooinlng current below The test was conclu dye They could not swim They were not Indians How to Detect a Cheap Shoe It takes a rainy spell to show upi cheap shoe RaYS a shoe dealer It can be spotted by an observer on a rainy day though It may have come within an hour from the store Watch the feet of people tbe next time it rains and you can pick out the Inexpensive shoes cheap slice always slips when the pavements an wet Artificial stone pavements especially show them up1 TIll sole of a cheep common shoe matte of Imitation loather composed t IsIpressed taper and water softens it makes the wearer side along walking You cnn always tell arcbeap shoe In this wayIndianapollsNews The Greatest Barreaider The greatest surrender In the annalsl ptwflnfare was that of Meta 00 Oct tz 1870 Aa fortified place UetZr yria its vurrapndlng forts was prartl tally mprrable but bad greeralshlp pertititted hto be completely surround ed jaad cut off The surrender 4 cl uded S Held morBUaJ OBjeaeral aOQO otf cers of lower decree 8ftr 400 guns 100 mltrallkascsBeaTly 00 standards and 173000 rank aBdffle URIateietagV I supposed allixass widows attract ed the men tnt this one doesnt and shes rather pretty too I wonder why they permit her to stand around alone Well you see It was all her bus bands fault She got the divorce Chicago RecordHerald Wasted Tens So Mr Borem called on you last evening dont suppose you got a chance toopen your month JessOhi yes frequently But It didnt do any good He didnt paynny attention to my yawns Philadelphia Press atIIt Is always a matter of s surprise t others should take their Worries so much to heart also that they make so light of ouPsmart Bet e p i ft7V Tile famous Applan way mentioned by almost every Roman writer con nected the Eternal City wIth nIl parts of south Italy For many miles from Rome the space on each side was fllle pcrlaOD8l I hnOIawood in New York or PerebL JsP1 inParIVA Peculiar Word t Tile wonl habit Is bne of the most peculiar in our language It you take off the first letter yon still have abltIIf you remove the second the tbatjlbyL ndithe l ndiI IMlk tttbclai5jt t night Pat I didnt know thot beWa8 sis olck as that J 5 i MlkeNonndsMrln4tn hint but ir phe lioil dIe Jur undiiflp Vo lci always hey blamed ttitl JudRe 1 I fPrOgres8jj I ro I Of Ji r iij t WIJ jllllill tllllt1 ReM Ky tSOUTIIIffi mU1UAI Investraeiitt Compan1iYl jm Lexlnton iijpromotesl GseELROy AGENTSpringfield utraNV VJ1t J TwoCarLoadsQf ngg jjii And PheatOBS Surreys Drivig x- Wagons and other vehicles ie now have on hand and t1iete 8 more coming Come let 1i t j bnggrPricestosult i FOR EARLY FLOWING 1l You will tieeda good plow The4l nothing that equals tbegenuine OLIVEEV agentWe k it pCASh 1 THOMPSON LAKE kii SIRJNGFIELDKY cc SILLIAM fcllKLEI His Life and Work at Gen Charles H Grosvenor Presidents life long Polebd Com rade in war Lad Colleago in Congress Was n hiaalde With other great men when his eyes wart closed IB death FoiiowIr the b ro tile National Capitol nd to canton The Genere qulres a share of Jthe pro ceeds o qls book to be k M to a McKinley mofntuaent MC4 Tons every uiacriber bcomJz Bontrlb utor tatkafund MiUiooat of copies will be sold Mverybody Will boy it Orders for the asking Noqody will refuse Elegant Photogravure Por trait of President McKinleya last pic ture taken at the White House You pan eyafly and quickly clear 1000 taking ordexs Order outOt ulck Chance to proye eucces9t secure yea ly contracts and b cfime rjianac Sane 12 2 cent littflI3sY for elegant prospectus Takftfi 10 to 60 orde dallY 60000 copies win be sold this yicinity W111ekfl We SIaB The wofpIik affordsanotherI stance of thewVpy In which slang words In the course of time beoa adopted j Into current English We no wI meet with pluck and plucky as the recognized equivalents of courage Iand courageous An flty4n 5 Walter Scotts Journal shows that in 1827 the word had not yet lost Its low character lie says volume 2 Pl80 Want of that article Ily called pluck Its origin la obvious prom early times the heart heft bjpen popularly regarded as the seat of con age Now when butcher lays open 1carcass lie divides the great vessels the heatt tits hrongh the windpipe andtbelaeettogetJrer tbt heflrtnd lung lights he calls them he terms the united mass tho Pluck Notes and Queries A Victim ot Scotch Louie yhavingin the lobby of the hotel about his UI The stranger said It was a gross impo sition he could live cheaper m the be hotel in LondolsVThe hlghhnd lafldlef replied Qb nae doot sir nae deot but tine ye uo Iken tile reason Not bit of Jt replied the stranger hastily 1eVsernVLuneo1botelonly three months here Dae ye under stand me noo freen We maun uilhay In the hlelans when tIre siin VBhipetiScottish AracHoau J r Lt For KecrctJU Tired of life and the ever prseen f neceMlty of earning fcis dtilyea j 41working be hind taken a dose of j and laid down to die j JIIhim out fled saved him tosocl fr IuOh Horace moaned his wlfCr leant log over him why did you take awful stuff Laudanum Would have been less painful and so mucbsurerr Chicago Tribune The River Jordaau nortttH1 ernf apt c htdItatco and presents the jvdque spectacle Iofafver which hs tjjttr been ntiInto w kh coatatwi tOll living creature f I hpye iclarerperfect tte IJz 3op swear that you d another forget thtprse itlce makes erfect Jllchinond laatch ftp Clara R Morgan pastor of thit tjnivqrsailrBt church at Punda N T MlUeMl iheraddrtfstf at the MoiorIa idyexcrcl heW In berfotm J 1If U 1 k 1 I Y a a V1VI 1if KNIPIANtQUEthON j lit a tii aI1 5 JIfI4IIIIA M iiaV New 6 11t17tWhAt da you want llttfe boyy Is this where Mr tjpjotn Uvef- caiurir Yftr 1The UK trpjokB bat nm tl flId If 4 r bU et1kThe lt Ufifohn that Wrtct JevV 4town o a ner f to Bsorfilng YfI presotte W Writ ell a trolleycar WhatV f a18 he tire Jir tpjoam that waa ut that horrible streetcar Mccldent 1 havent heard jrf his being ia iair 1 WrectearaccluVttt Did hear st heUspraioed wstn Ikle jumplif out 0 the citr When luw Iraui run into iu A MXo iny little boy you frighten tM TVhat lips 1tlt bear bow he rust intoa druff t TStpre fora piece cI courtpldstcr to stick tbelyetrmeiiciys itoIrV No e87 fantttrinThen hes the same man lIe wontV be lien ifor nn hour or two 1 guesS 0a31se iie sioppltt tto have ono o till tecthttglrtmied that got knocked a lit njttithUIbow When he wSs Jnmpmt out o ffatigrri y know I Little boy tOil ine the wholestQr1f tthlhLgiti hear It noxrH v 1cWcj unmVbes In the hopIttla Yritu It r nibs brokeVan1 otto legu in1si lrsUhg du Ltuose la knocked kind a sldpwajrp but hos cetlln fllonft all right Jn hell be ouraBaln lii about Vtdtton Traveler V t I THE COOKBOOK ti l 1A cup of butter means sixteen epoons When we tncisure taIIttcnp wemeasurd it packed 4olid One cup of sauce means 6ae liqirid regantiless of tOO amount thickening and butter flint you 1I- H1IA irovel and dainty way of ookIa4 little new onions Is to b il them ooJijserve them on toast similar to aspara t gua11Stlrn1 Educes with ft Woodep spec until they thicken and begin to leaVe Sthe sides ot the paiL Add JIaortnC tisVBchces after taking the pot tnm ifi fire After boI1rg a ham let it cool ja ttitf Water in which It was okec1Thlb- eipst9 make It more tasty moist anti tei1d rTbe aame rate Applies to tosgw of corned beet 8ardnes broiled in a chaflag dish arf xBiee for Sunday night suppers tJK jost enouf b of tht oil to the box ttf cover the bottom of the i4M asd keep the flab from sticking Wires kq arVbrowned both sldea 1prlakl llbesV ally with lenoa Juice tad aerre set Cairrle tit- etNotJlong ago a lady wss JlTtec ft kfr ture Her subject was the 1fr reaM tbe reqiilresMmts Jid the way pnmprt1eator beaBty tftteJwneVWaaf dfVgeneroiione may say mwt My4 111Seud her maaer wit saymHImB1 and lofty She was trylsg to tfeMsat ratnattbe restive sisea ef th bs as tJK trllyollbt to fFor exsmpl jaWaHtrWe rond By thtunilie JteM tttttonce rouaday wrist twfee HtiIM 1 wrist once round say sack twice rvutt my secki Dave roMisiy wirist Here akejisuietiasd S sriH jeb frefB the aad eaee cxcbklBKl Twice toni4 1ew wss i t trouMl Hy se parklw Tte fcctwo tastily passei M MIM ether braaca of tw s Jet lwMaW AwWerts tJI a3cctriftriL to Uolt tk4 aarawk er jig a4 WsVi wakk yoo We ad- ias aloes is qtStw ii 111 diI lie ivw ow t1H- Iflt man ua aM ilass eC aa- ueEt taiMA q b tbstbNt w- WaSkaeeJcwMstaasftIia i astheeMj sunsets tafebf 1i1 fftaM JtH traifc tft a or a9J11111 tw Tbls acts updS1 r wM J tbs moralagasit eis Ns tlIoml LtUle1 Ho Jawpft 1- 2J rHEEWSLEAi3R T I7=7 u I 1iTAihHta DcVRyTbAOE a vf riJ1 JHl A riA fi f IN xbvaw Ef l qsw t SPRINGFIELD Ky J it tDAVISPff Jr ErnlIt t 1 df J T =2 tPtbl1 tlel I ceuI4 i1r- iutor j tttdrSt nrjOflifl tlil 6 e t for LII UlPeUI1hItt0 1 t t ij50tdhL nli PQUtlcal matter 119M1rIIf r i Job wnrk d uoatIotV r8tostrtcash hJIJ birtl on A1hr Ot goods h Ail ertUittg voniifcets made On liberal fi Tmv vJ il aarfi4ud resolutions of respect 3 nt pdrIino5 iIa rfl t 50 fs r ngIrate5 800 OZcun r s rlrtmqO hU h10OO 7ctrT 0 t THJBSDY OCTOBER 21 win F rCadnty jtft9tley t rWe r autbri7C4tal inflpUflCe ALOrAr4SiLl cndldite fojitbe qB5oaof Coon lyt AtboruBj Of Vai1ngton county enbA1LIeCtj0fl 1P11No rrit For flaIstratt WA aretmcborizfrii to announce JAMES L MlJPD ih a candiclata tar Magistrate In the- ideric2OWflt dBpringflelcfN9 f atrlcteJ iJovembar election tool j f1Cor Sheriff Wear 1 edt tnot1nc VMtf CROAKB4 tio mae Qfshe rltlIs a caniaate for P 1 yashLngtoncoUflty Nov 11b l elec Uon 100JV Uppjfttje Sidney Os f bourne Ed Masters Ricbard Isham r 1 Te are autfaprl eu tonnouncebt GA9IIOtIYaLs a candidate or the TJetaocratic ao nination for Repr e lati ve from YTanhlngton county November eleo t r Lijjt 1931 itcThe trial Of paleb Powers is Jfibeatii g a cjcsa and the chance Are that tleI ctts vUl be gluen 10 tbcfjur ybSfore the ettd of tbe eltvllcbl the time limit ne jjnpU sou bt to bedevel l 9pd by4te defopse ftt ihe closel t0 wreSlttVotoe s left Fran kfo- hi i OLbOYPtoi Jfft ltii nlre petItifle9 too JIBVatilfTdrtarid tne shot wa u r not trelfion his office Itisr the opiriipn that tna State hat sOrnthh1t strnzhteried its casetl the accused slnca the former triilr r l jpreSiieut Roosevelts action in eoiortiimnj the negro Booker i was1iungonuditner tn the White House has causpda storm f comment throughout te country I most of which iii un favorable MrR sevelt iis certaitjly independent and orig t nal bu ttb ere is such u thing as t I jtiugtnifrasb in his public aCt3 The cheif e jiutive of the Ameri taa jjfftpe can pot afford to go r 4 Jg iiiis puhliermtmBfltm j iiJa phoib ttiliowiog tfiecr dt fifd at the lEn pie Tueaer Yfr Louisvii1s ifes a Jt4Fncion tro tiY11 J1l tf ere 4ramjIed h upon and i6uitterh w Yiaibjurea- Praijk McDnaIdthumithat 1IjledS1D f T JWn1 dnapplff Jn rln1ctoInt 1 Tht reelsrk the fivevear o- tteudauhter oCfo3 B Warren oUencuayhlft hQjJre last F1 d4iy mormnjo tLeoii W 100 inihd nkithothoocitnd has not tenjsnel DiiceDts rc hasbcq mucl inh ijejgtoi 1ooI but iVJlUng of her where ajouscanbo1srnedlv5 v Tiisflfoslji 4f Cod Liver Oiltis the ire1S ojf life and enjoymntof1ifetct thousandsI fthildren Vhfl appetike f irs itestores it Whendo 1iaburden itl1fts epU1aen WhenmI tt tni lumpnesspf health landfi bright JTJ ljt is tie Ihiri edge otlie wedge the thidk naii fooI rI But whisi the use of fpod a eny6uliateitjandlcanTai gestit rft SCOtS EfliUtDfl of Coc 14pzer OdJstbefooathat makes yQt fFtRet yourtmiInotfiledrt wiau SOtVlNE Chem Ists New Vorl anJ drunlstsf CAS1 ah6 mdYou Rave Jjway Bought and which has beea in use for over 30 year Jiias borne the siffnatnre f f J it am tasbccn made under Jils cr v f sonjal supervision since its Infancy I grGccw All wno one to deceive youIn tMs All Counterfeits Imltatio is and JtiBtasgroodf are but bealtllotInftWts What S1iDASTORIA Cnstpria Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops ajud Soothli g ByrnpJ It is Pleasant fl contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Naot1LQ Bubstanco Its age Is Its grnarontce It destroys vifrai and nllajS everislincss It cures Diarrhoea and VIiiC- olic rIt reUeves Toethin g Troubles cures Cohstl aiOttJ and Flatulency It assir lilntes the Food regiilatekthe Stomach and Bowels gl lug healthy and natural sleep The Childreaj Pana3ea The JilptherH Friend GENUINE CAT6RIAMWAYS XP Bears tlji6 Signature of tlie KM You toeI Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years Tcn lThe uliilds piren sbj eve h HAS been kidnapped She was rning fro a school in coir pany with several other child en and it is said thai she was Drub ed up and placed on a horse bj young man and carried aw ly Mr Warren stales that he vhll offer a reward for the capture of tip abductor and the return of the child He riot fid the pol f JLouiiv 1e and all iitihs in In ijna to b cuttie iookoufji n vi U itf man Who is su peced Mr Warren H a fwrmer 0 Green CDunty and is in fat ydad circuustances The p3 lRinthtanupl thE surround sections are con derably wor ed up over the dissapparance of the ciiild Hodgeovlie Si ec al nF ndlibtii any of Ues turd n- It you bare ever heard the sweet t ned teger Piano you will appreciate this T- oehhohigbst standard of excel nee has alwuy s been the aim in the maul fac of the Celebrated St cer PIano nly m best material Is used insuring great durability Every piano fully guaranteed ihe Stcgerfactories thoroughly ecjuj ped with tho boat ana most improved ma bin ery locaWd at Stcger are amon tb largest in the west IdUndlngpnrchaseiB will find It piofit able to write for full des rilltlve catak true which be mailed free npon fipplioa tlon 8 Co Established 1579 Chicago 20 THE WIO WiAX IB Mindanao n Wire Death Cpmtm the Vidoirer One Hundred Plal ci Becoming a widow or a widower is a hijifh more scrlonq business than get ting married among some of the t iocs In the riiilippines In Mludnnno nnr rjittg in haKto often leads to a pro longed repenting at lelsnrCi for they iliave an Institution there known ni the jSl6w tnx chnbaloau fbe na lvcs lplt tpon the death of the wlfs tbe Sriaotrer nut pay a certain sum of mbnej or its equivalent in goods tb bis fntherinIaw before be can go aourt Thtfgztzz As money is a seared ai tide kmphg tbew nntlvea the tax generally la paid InpbtcBof common ston chi ttliJ Which lire touch used lby tbi na tlyes la uiedfaui of exchange It Is ctmuldered the proper thing fofttbs be 8tOhIBftlfiboot IjUn for a successor to tin de Ceased helpmate I If the bUHband dies the wldo v at opcc becomes the property of her ImrI CntaInWw nod so remains for lit leSs some relative comes forward and produces the necessary number ol din nor plates Till natural result ol this Is that married people are nil ext eme ly solicitous for the health of cad oth er In slckneps the Invalid Is Hedt lous ly attended by the partner of Ills or her Joys awl sorrows the well p rson perhaps being moved more bj the thought of those hundred plates than byrcal affection pVflrco is unknown among thes peo etbut a man tony have as uanv Veljqs aa he pleases It will be seen jC Case of an epidemic nhich fI SWU away his wives a m rrlc- d3Udtid be lu dire extremltj lig of dvath of a much m rrled tibjrpar uts fouie Into a sum for jtnne 46i they either have enough s13rornder future work on their t i1ccesrror bey reet4ve e ough- phAtc3troui tboc families of the widows to SetUp crockery store DWARFING AN OAK TREE The Japanase Trick br Which It ii AccouipllKhpd The Chabo Illba a dwarf Ini nese pine tree vas recently sold for l20O Itlis six feet high and nlkgctl to ftc 850 years old U has long been sup rased that the process by which lapincse gardeners xuccepdcd In dwarllng orest jrees wasa long and costly one It is how said thai Itis a Kiuiple process and hat any 011 do the trick TI fol o WHg dSrectionK are given for pioduc ng n luluintnrc ftik tree Take un oranju and scoop oitt tbe julp IM1 tuctfiitcrlor with a rich mold uul plant an diQrnrla tbe center of It vlng the bpI6 InVtht rind for ttoproutlbroHshi ttrtltJn a sunny plaqe nU watKrv lt 7jfeinpiitly Soon after u flzstJicqtvoflppenri the root egJn to h ITalt turpugh the orauge skin ak aahnip rknlfu and jhrtvle the ircfully nnd kecp hem Bhaved The cc ivill giow about live or 8ilIbclieg- Igh aiid Hhen stop Inl1 year it wIll D VeFvt ralrilatnrc oak Wli u the otp lease io grow ite orang akin P lionnl ue VariKiiucu uvirr uuu siuvu ded in n flowerpot The Japanese dwarf nil kinds of trees and make them live to n great age Some of these dwnrfs like the Chabo iliba are well known ned their ovn ers hove documentary evidence attest ing their great age Tire older they are the more valuable of course they nre In Japan certain famriles follow the calling trade art or what you will of growing dwarf trees from genera f to generation and you can buy a miniature oak 50O years old from a de scendant of the man who first planted the acorn Not only forest trees but fruit trees and tlowering shrubs are dwarfed by these clever gardeners Sirlmnilnff No man can ever hope to be a strong swimmer unless he cultivates the pow er of endurance In the water says a professional It costs me no more exertion to swim for an hour than it does to walk for the same period of timeSIn swimming man should time his stroke with his breathing He should take but one strokfr to each breath In this way the muscles of the bodywork In conjunction with the lungs and no energy Is wasted In salt water which of course is mote buoyant than fresh water a man who has trained himself in this way should have no difficulty In keeping afloat say lie were shipwrecked until sheer weakness from hunger and thirst yould force him to sue cnmbPhndplphla Record Daly tinpccanioaa Employee The late Augustin Daly had In lila employment a nun who always dressed him a note periodically asking for an advance of money This note was invariably answered by a most abusive letter In almost Insulting terms und threatening Instant discharge If the offense was ever repeated and In closing a check for the money At regular Intervals oft about three months the mUD Invariably made the Basic request with the same results always Lowevcr getting a check In closed And thus It Contlnued until ilr Dtvlye dtbNcw York Times Wart A simple remedy for warts is a drain of salicylic acid with na ounce of col iodlnci In a bottle which had a tiny brush run through tho cork Apply this mixture to the warts twice ft day anti In a few days they will dry up and tall off Ladles Homo JournalI Ueoreant I trust Brudder said theEpbm pastor you is still walkln in de straight on narrer path 1ze sorry to say pabsun replied Uncle Epbm deeply penitent lze backslode a good deal lately Chicago Tribune Knot on Tree In the barks of our forest trees are contained a multitude of latent buds which are developed and grow under certain favorable conditions Some trees possess this property in a remark able degree and often when the other parts are killed down by frost the property of pushing out these latent buds into growth preserves the life of the plant These buds having once begun to grow adhere to the woody layer at their base and push out their points through the back toward the bight The buds then unfold and develop leaves which elaborate tho sap carried up the small shoot Once elaborated It descends oy the bark when it reaches the basaor Inner bark there It is ar rested so to speak and deposited be tween the outside and Inner layer of bark as can be learned on examining Epcclnjeca on the trees in the woods almost anywhere Manx Taxes in the matter of taxation the Isle of Man U unique There Is no Income tax no succession duties chargeable against the estates of deceased persons no highway or turnpike tolls Roads are cinlntalned by the revenue from tw- osoureaa small tax upon every wheel and shod hoot and a levy upon every male Inhabitant who must give a days work on the road or Its equivalent In cash There are no stamp duties oc receipts checks promissory notes etc hi fact stnmP are used only for post age London Standard Constipation Doesyour headache Pain backof your eyes Bad taste in your mquth Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti dyspepstaSbe All dmgg- ltsrtyen flflJoc bcarJ brswt r CKItGHArI1- cs OVtoiitS cc NATURES IISTAKEB FI SOMEWHAT MEN CONSIDER TO feE REMARKABLE VALUE- Paradoxical ea It Mar Appear Th Perfection of a Ireclonn Stone In Lamely Due to Some ill pe tectol1 In Its 31aklnir l jr Jfatnre Paradoxical as It may appear tho perfection of a geni Is largely due to some Imperfection In Its make Some little mistake made in the laboratory of 1ntya prdus a defective ston- esdtlchj ittt1dtselr from the lap iStofys pltfeoj J Ninetynine out trYcry fibildriMlittaeraldB dug from Ot 1rihuylf Jaliiioet white and of Ilttlq valuer tait the hundredth one la of a rlcij Vd tifjgreijijt and If without oth er flawstlian Its ctflor sells for f300 a t41ftupsns mucb bs1t8 C- oloieb4The reason ot the rich cplAil ifivea the emerald Its aluel Jttlfliiiftp1J ref 1 making tile stone putI 3ntofitAroVci oxide of chromium just 88I sometimes gets too much sal chiValaihe biscuits The standard of rfcetion in the laboratory of nature is thcfyColqrless emerald and her deep green pnea c isome of her failuresI fartest wlUeax fcevertbeless delIg- htmibweveiuueh they may dlsI glijSfc nature JCpVtopkllniy a ton of oxide orcbmluifl forthe price which half a grain of It gives to a cheap and common crystaL When nature makes mistakes in man ore11elunllysometimes a foreign substance gets intoI the crucible and the resUlt Is u red or blue diamond A line white briHIant df one carat can be bought for 125 but a blue stone of that size would be heap at f3500 A red diamond Is or even grertter value a red stone of Of teen grains having been sold for 5X0 Yet the little particle of foreign material whlchnature carelessly let tall 1Mb the mixture when she was uiakinft that stone down in the heart of some rime val volcano is of less value than a grain of common salt and onlji got there by mistake I Nature manufactures in her laborato ry a material called spinel You can buy a block of spinel asjafge as you can carry for a few Wtars Sometimes in making spIneLsnmll quantities of chromic acid gey Int6 the material and color ita deep cd The pieces so ored nature Rejects as spoiled lIt tho making amithrows them In the dust bin fronxwhlcb men dig thqin out anti call them rubles A ruby of thirtytwo carats recently sold for 52000 Yet the material of the cheap spinel and the valuable ruby are practically tbo Bairne save for that small fraction otI chromic acid which got into the ruby by mlstnkett XVhen nature starts out to manufac ture opals she endeavbra to make them Ithout any cracks In them In this- s e seldom succeeds coming nearest to p tectlon In the Mexican opals which hav few cracks in them and therefore UttJ luster The fiery glow of the 011I entnl4 paland the play of light in the it depths ot that exquisite stone are duoi entirely to the numberless cracks which seam the surface of the pern1 UI must give nature a poor opinion of mankind when she sees him selling the Mcxcan opals which are nearly per fect for 12 cents a carat and nylngl 1tlli Not only In gems but in many other tqll things does nature nuike inlstakcsand res the results of which are higH ly valued by nina The chank shell a sbeW much like the conch shell Of these shores is one of the commonest shells on the beaches of India and millions of them are gathered and burned forttlie lime that is in them Yet In a temll pie near Knndy Ceylon are txvo chank shells which hold theplace of honor Ifl a shrine covered wrth gold and no amount of money cout buy them from their guardian prlestsTleir Valuo consists in the fact that nature was not quite herself the morning she fsbrlcat ed these shells and gave a right band ed twist to them instead of a left banded one such as has been given fo nil other chank shells so far as man knows since the beginning Baron Rothschild once paid 9800 ft dozen for some Schl6ss Johannisber Wine and it Is admitted that taking everything Into consideration It was not an exorbitant price Yet tbe Wine of tbe same year from tbejlneyard dlIrectly adjoining the Jcbno berg vine yard on the same bank of the Rhine a Vineyard yrbosg soil it to all appear ances the same only brought 5 n dozen And there is no special secret about tbe manufacture of Johannlsberg wine or about the variety of grape used Its great value comes from n little joke of nature In the soil of the Johannlsberg vineyard there is an Infinitesimal amount ota certain salt which is found In the soil of no other vineyard The admixture Is slight that no chemist has ever been able to Imitate It yet It is worth many thou sands a year to the owner of the vineyard When Gold Look Oreea Gold can be beaten out so thin that it allows light to pass through it in which case though it still appears brilliant yellow by reflected light it is green as viewed by transmission that in by the light that passes through It This curious effect can easily be ob jterved by laying a piece of gold leaf upon a plate of glass and holding it be ween the eye and tbe light when the gold will appear semltrausparent and of a leek green color And There Are Other Wages Old titan Blowltt has a re markable mimory hasnt he Naggs Wonderful Why he actual ly remembers a lot of things that never happened Chicago UecprdHerald Ilia Ability And bow is my old school friend Bimson getting on said the man who bad returned to his native cjtyaftera long absencehOh hes doing flrtt rate But be was such a bright boy we altt ways expected he would display espe cial abIlitySWell I dont know that be bdantm displayed especial flbllitymII never hear him mentioned In connection with any of your elections No thutn just the point He base shown ability to go ahead quietly andtbuild up a business He doesnt have to run for ofllce WuhlDitonStiir Crltfoal asYou dont love me at much as you did or you would have stayed Ion ger isatnightsteBdt yon Insisted on my going inotii Greatnesa ur fo ta1 the common things df life fingtrar niJ aniong them OHVe elrtnerr liL 4rie h t tlove olocMuG ricclter 1 1A COLUMBUS STATUE Tb Story of a Eras FoandAr Transformation of Oaiabrlnnn A story Is tcld otn brass fbunder who was one day visited by a friend acting a agent fOr one ot the cIties of Central America The agent asked what It would cost to cast a statue Of Christopher Columbus for the publih square ur the city The amount wak tar In excess of the sum which the mail Hart at bis disposal He was about tearIng in despair of being able to 8e Jfure the statue when the brass founder Come beck In the junk yard and let us see What can be found there He went back and the brass founder showed him a colossal statue of Gam brtmis recently removed from the front of a large brewing establishment Under his teet rested a beer keg In his hand was a large and overflowing schooner his beard was long and shaggy and nboiit his brows was wreathed a giuatrd of biey and hops Wb1 tfl4Ihi never do said the- rommti1O merchant I want a sjut ue f COlumbus 1Vaf tratll I have touched this one up Come backIn about a week and see wlnft you think of It If It suits you yoti can have it for tbe amount you have at your disposal As soon ns tIle visitor had gone the brass foundyr set two men at work on the figure Jot viiuuuriiiuB They hiovcd tbar beer keg from under his- hprInl1rrom his brow they took thqwxiAtli of barley and hops and substituted a wreath of laurel and then proceeded to trim up his whiskers The finishing touch consisted In putting at the base of the statue Crlstoforo Colombo When the commission merchant came he was delighted with the figure and purchitsluglt shipped It to the Central American city where it adorns the public square and is looked upon with veneration hy the citizens of that town New York Times FIRES CAUSED BY NAILS Particularly Oaarded Atralnst by Firm That Handle Cotton Speaking of insurance matters said a listener I suppose the plain old fashioned nail has caused more fires In tbe big establishments where machinery Is used in many and com plicated ways than any other little thing In existence The only thing needed Is for It to come In contact with some other hard material with sufficient force to cause napark and heat generation Nails have really produced n heavy per cent of the cotton fires of he country During recent years on account of steps taken by tbe owners and conductors of the larger cotton and byproduct plants at the instance of surance men the nail has not been such a prolific producer of fires A war has been found for instance In cotton gins cotton mills and in puthfogghiextracting nails and other weighty and flint sttstrfrice that may find lodi meat 14 these Inflammable products Gravity fc tbf natural force used Nails and rocks jmd materials of this kind 1prtheIfi biiom and are finally extracted so that when the cotton or the cotton seed pashas through the gInd In the Vflrioui manufacturing processes there Is but little danger from fire so tat as hese things are concerned New leant TimesDemocrat About Writing Ones Name People who sign their letters with wild flourishes or Initials only anti give no address offer one of the worst of compliments to their correspondent by egotistically assumiirg that their handwriting must be of such familiar Im portance to him or that they and their attains arc so present to his mrad that further Identification Is Ttmteewary Having their signature rut from tbe end of a letter anti Ib4t31re fi from Its heading pasted on tthe envelope which Incloses a reply Is a bud Compliment which many persons brine Upon them selves by an unpardonable legibility t Is a singular fact thaticcldegtnr spelling or mlspronunzfarion of pes name generally coaatitntvs a greater affront and fa proetIveof tnore an florence tlian a utudled Insult All the Year Round Ibotbf1711el Sis will he dOn in a minute Mid her little brother Im so glad repjled Mr De Trop She wasnt at home the last time 1 tailed Oh yes she was but wouldnt come downHow do you know shell come down this time then Cause Itold her you was another fellow Philadelphia Record The Earliest Lens The earliest known lens Is one made of rock crystal unearthed by Ijiyard at Nineveh This Ions the age of which In to be measured by thousands of years now lies In the British museum with Its surface as bright as when It left the makers hands By the side of It are very recent specimens of lens which have been ruined by exposure to Londons togs and smoke Ola Preference Would you nuhcr have something else than a piece of pie asked the kind neighbor of little Freddie hind run an errand for her WhoI Yes mnanu Raid Kreddje Is wud ruther have two pieces Ohio State Journal How OI4 Spider Live Old spiders which have neither web non the materials to make one often hunt about to find out the webs of oth er spiders younger and weaker tItan themselves with whom they venture battle The Invader generally succeeds end the younger spider Is driven out to make a new web and the old spider re mains in possession until a stronger fulder Invades the web and drives It out When titus dispossessed tbe Bpi dVr seldom ventures another attack but tries to subsist upon the few Insects that may fall accidentally Into Its clutches and eventually dies of hunger The Blind Leading sac Blind Little Inn had always lived In the country until her parents moved to the eat of tbe State Normal college lea was sent to the practice school orI ikal institution where during one of each day she was taught by ourI bern of the senior training class When asked how she liked the school she replied love my regular teacher dearly but dont much like It when Ihone tale uncUera come In Harpers IHTHE REPUBLIC lrhotcoan shIp of stitil Sill 0 Union tToarvad grt tl Humanity with IU leiti Itliill tbe lopeiof futvrt years It nneng breathlett on thy fate We whit Waiter laid thy l nat worknwn wroif thy ot steel Wle made earS sell ud rope In1U iVw what hawaer best In whit forjte and what 4 brat Were chapel the anchors ol thy 5tgr botch sudden soiled and bock lli tbe wire and the rock but the Capping of the sail And not I rent made by the pic In plte of roes ted tempis roar Inplte of lljhti ontb short Sail nor Stir to bruit the seal hearts our bopes are all with that our hopea our prayers our tttiI faith triumphant oer our fears Are all with thee are all with tbeI Longfellow EXPRESSIVEPHRASES- Ike Which lr re lKnern Comtmf t America Learn tqUse First What are tbemost expressive phrases In colloquial English Of the dozens that slip off English speaking tongues in the course of a day some must be totter spited for their purpose and luore characteristic of the race that originated them than others When foreigners come to tItle country they catch certain expressions almost mimic diately and long before they can at tempt to speak the language have made them part of their vocabulary It would seem that these phrases must be the most expressive In English and that they are peculiar to the language and fill a long felt want since for signers setev 80 eagerly upon them Every man or Woman who lands in this coLntry is saying Hurry upi In two mouths In whatever quarter of the city onvmay walk Italian or Germ er Jewish mothers Will be die patching their offspring on errands us closlogIcharacteritlcIfrom Hfinajow moving old world find tbot they hOve brought over nothing to eqratf It All right rivals hurry upVt not because foreign tongues lack similar expressions but because there is a jol- ty hall fellow well met air about Alt right lacking In other phrases of the same character Then too All right takes tbe place not only of Good but of Yes and I understand and of 0 dozen other phrases which In o ber languages require separate expressions The third phrase Which aTba shared the popularity of the first two Is Its nice This should be Interesting to purists who wish to restrict nice to Its first and original meaning of act No word of ancestry sufficiently Aristocratic to please them taJ s the place of nice In Its colloquial mean Ing and foreigners clasp It with joy wholly ignorant of the fact that they are outraging the feelings of anybody by so doing Other phrases besides Hurry up All right and Its nice captivate the fancy of the newly land ed but these three reign supreme New York Tribune ITJaq Were Not ladlauaa that when the first Chinese came jto California the Indians were very curious about them A dispute arose among some of them as to what country the strangers might halt from whether or not they were Indians 1nnd Indians wise as tbe Puritans of decided to apply the water test the accused swam they were witches If they drowned they were Innocent One dRY a party of Indians met a party of Chinamen approaching a lit stream The strangers approached rtle bridge and started across The In too tiled across nod wetting the Chinamen In midstream pushed two of them into the angry spoomlng etirreht below The frst was conclu tIc They could not swim They were not Indians Slow to Detect a Cheap Shoe It takes a rainy spelt to show up a cheap shoe nays a shoe dealer It cnn be spotted by an observer on a rainy day though It may have come within an hour from the store Watch the feet of people the next time it rains and you can iiickout the Inexpensive shoes A cheap slice always slips when the pavements an wet Artificial stone pavements especially show them up The sole of a cheap common nboe Is made of Imitation leather composed of pressed taper and water softens Tffchd makes the wearer side along While walking You can always tell arcbeap shoe in this way Indianapolis News The OftSnrreader The greatest surrender in tbe annals pf warfare was that of Meta on Oct- t1 1870 As a fortified place MetZr WIth JU vnrropndlng forts was prartl tMHy 4mpre nable but bid gveeralsblp prtHltteil ft to be completely surround edjjadcutofT The sumaderJbiclnded 3 neW marsUafe flO eaersJf 0000 otf cers of lower derroe erWO gnda 100 mltrallifaseiveBriy 00 standards and lT3QQ0nkznd1eU1terestag II supposed animss widows attract ed the men but this one doesnt and hes rather pretty too I wonder why they permit her to stand around alone Well you see It was all her bus bands fault She got the divorce Chicago UecordHerald Wasted TessSo Mr Borem alled on you halt evening dont suppose you got chance to1 open your mouth JesaOb yes frequently But it didnt do any good He didnt pay any attention to my yawns Philadelphia Press lIt Is always a matter of surprise that should take their worries so much to heart also that they make so light of outfIBuUtrt Bet fwW pa i nmf The fatuous Applan way mentioned by almost every Roman writer con nected the Ktcrual City with all parts of south Italy For many miles from Rome the space on each side was flllM With scpulciers many of them of per sans distinguished in history To havo 1a1equlalebtl wood In New York or Pereln Cbl11spl In Paris A Peculiar Wor4 Tile word habit Is one of the most peculiar in our language It you tako the first letter you still have fa bitIorr you remove the second the worl bit is still on hand Dtcapftntc that by removing the b and it is still ItJ word Tale off the and you fipit the old habit not t totally destroy ed Kflenr Oft Pat And how is the wlf t Sflfce MikeSure hud 1 had the doctor i4jj night t V pat1 didnt know thot she ivas so nIck as tbotvMike No and 8M didnt neeuVbim butts phielrnd lfc ur l1nc1iidiPwo l always boy blamed ttitl JndRe t fProgre8sJ t 1 T ill lJ I IP 1Iei IIhiirlt 1e jlij SDlltllHIN ntlJllA- IInvestraciit Compaint romoteBJII Or L xlntonr Ay 0 W McELROy AGENTSpringfield Ky ILtJ rIWO JI Two Car Loads tfBuiSf r s4p i 1 DrivingWagonsnow have on hand and tfisiire s iMimore Lyou out with a new btigf Prices to suit ti FOR EARLY PLOWING A1A- 1You W iwin jteeifa good plow TherttL nothing that equals the genuine OLIVE CHILLED forwhich we ate thi sole ag ntitk We also keep the genuine palrs v 1 I i t We keep FEED and SEEDS idp CASH for grain I THOMPSON LAKs- MlNQFieLD 1KY v ir SILtlAM fcIlKLET His Life andork sy Gen Charles H Grosvenor Presidents life long Ftiend CornS rade in war and Colleage in Oongress Was near bislslde with othet great men when his eyes wart closed ia death Followi the bier to tIle National Capitol and to Canton The Geneire requires a share of Jthe pro coeds o ala book to be dfrVted to a McKInlev monument Ifwlfe Tons every uDacrU er bcmneseontrIh- utor tatkjefnnd Million of copies will be sold Mverybody Will buy it I Orders for the asking Noqody will refuse Elegant Photogravure Por trait of President McKinleya last pIe ture taken at the White Rouse You can eyofly and quickly clew 1000 taking ordeas Order Outfit nIck Chance to prove BnccessLsecnre rear ly contracts and bJJme manager Sane 12 2 cent thnII for elegant prospectus TakiafC 10 to 60 orders daIlY 60006 copies will be sold in this vicinity WIukek Wan Slang The wophak affords nuother stance of the vpy In which slang Words In the course of time become adopted Into current English We now the1recognizedcourng Walter Scotts Journal showsthat in 827 the word had not yet lost its low character lie says volume Z page t 80 Want of that article blackguard Ijr called pluck Its origin Is obvlouslr njpOpularlynjj 1theand l1DtkBo together thq unlteil Lesrtatid lung lights he calls them Had he terms the united mass itho pluck Notes and Queries A Victim of Scotch Louie A highland hotel keeper was one day having a squabble with an Englishnlan In the lobby of the hotel about Ills billS The stranger saId It was a gross Impo sition he could live cheaper in the best hotel In London The hlghHnd landlehf replied Ohr nae doot sir nae elect but tine ye ken Ute reason Not bit oIt replied the stranger hatilySWeel then replied the host sye- aem5J lo be sensible bit callant ill Luneo1botelonly three months here Dae ye under stand me moo ircenl We maun mak hay In the hlelans when esuD Bhlpea for its tines seldom she dlst j Scottish Ancrioau JTired J J j DeceMlof earning ills dally tread j tIlworking b bad taken a dose of to dieand laid down 1Ij him out and saved him to socletr Oh Horace moaned his WlfCr lean tag over him why did you take that awful stuff Laudanum would have been lees painful arid so much surer 1 Chicago Tribune rtIIThe Jordan Is the Descender nor lug Its course it tails over 4 00 teeti At no point Js it ttaTigablc even by it 4ttdt2tcelot a r ver which has never been nAy lwi cotFExp zLqetL HerTh lave I bpye pckre l f r you my dear Is perfect tWe Shc Ahd wfll yon swear that yot Mve never loved another Sc Ah darling you forget that rac lice makes perfect JUchniond DlI uatchI Clara Br Iorgan pstoro t ftjnlvcrsnitBt church nt Nunda N 1f dMlfeft iherafldroatf at the MefDorjal dlyexerclWHi heW In lieriowR j 1iI ti IIIE Irf r rUatlltN Ii I i r o l 9 a a ll NI iNtQU stINi lafl tJ n fey M aA MffiRIa ad New hiltJt J WhAt do you want lIttle boyr Is this where Mr tJpJobnMveifc tnaam IYeL- biTh iAU tlpjohn that runs Us 1iCoRfThe MA trefohn that West town town Ol a tfplley csr1b1AerhingY tpfesmise ke wet s a trolley carf Whafr ItIshethe Mr pjotbatwu i that horrible streetcar accident 1 havent heard mf his being lanay trect car 0cIdeflt i- I DIJth at hee1IDedWsan kle Jumpln out b the cdr when tlivj train run Into Itr i No iny little boy you frjfchten What hasr pldnt hear tidv he raa intoa 1Mtstqre forn piece fl courtplastcr to Dir fXotI vHeiNo ties u Names John U tipiohB Iint ItT IYes thats lila name Then hes the same man He wont tuv tJ1ifor uu hour ur two I guesl epeles iOppl1t to live Clhto liii teetiitbttiied that got knocked ii tlbW1oose When lie wile Jnmpin out tlaTTcrri y know ilttIt iwy tell uie the whole8tQrtff 1thiniiii bcai It bOW Wej1onm hes In the hoepltfli with ijTojir ribs brukoVan abe begs In sling iii tile nose la ku6ekad kind skhws hut JrlgejUn along all 7 right tn b n1Je out nhHIn about Ar docLfortelflny t lnailmBosLouq i THE COOKBOOK c if t t Ste A cup of butter meaDS sixteen taw spoons When we measure butter 18Jfcup we measure1 it packed solid One cup of sauce means 6ae cup ttliquid regardless oif Jibe amount ofi thickening and better dint you now fA hovel and dainty way o cookie 1little new onIons is to I9ll theta and serve them ob toast suallar to aspara gusCStir aliBiuees with a wpod a spoon until theythlcken and begin to leave thesldes of the pan Add flivorfng tic schcesafter taking the pot frew tftf flre 1 After bl1JDg a ham let it cool Ja tin water in which It was cooked Thli helps to make It more tasty molt and tender The same misapplies to toagui oCoraedbeeIS Sardines broiled In a cbaflag tIIe li art nice for Sunday night suppers Vs just enough of the oil la the box td cover the bottom of the AM hid keep tile fish from sticking Whea Mla browned on both sides prinltle bw1 aflywlthlemojulcedeervehet r Carried Fwtker i Not long ago aIady was givlag ft tefr ifure Her subject was the 1j ure and tberujBlrmeats id tH way ef ihekereeWMdtsUe and her maHer was trtlMtiiff if and lofty aba was tryip4i 4eMwi atratft the reative slice ef tie bsM they really bogbt to fee For exampl saMl aW tWIeerroad my thuinbiie keM It ifHone roUnd siy wrist j twice MMdMy wrist once round toy ek twice rpu 4 mr seek ouee roH4I1Mi U reHeJJaHeCt aail irtjJetP frep the adienee excllmeit iicroe4 1ew wdtat 1lt ipu 4 Byr park The fcctwrr iatUly PMM MI Wa other beach tC tka bjeetlm4l Aece 4aaNctriMto Unit tte stMvwik at tv tor toA 114wkkh yw teke HIs MIS is lldW tdiIf wtrot wsiweEI tMtWlit wwIApt tq llase Ie walr a ls sfii t t1eggssts tiktmi ltffkM Jtet waU fth B or tkirty btt1bSI acts MfMcfaftr wWIa the mernlagasIt KitMaMt iM etomaehLadWsEoaJQutUL WY r 7w w r w r INNEWSLADEA J cOc7 4 gii J iBURTON I E DENTIST E tft EXTRACTED 4 J 1 IHOUTj PAIN I tO CE E k stiTITdf tt SPRI qFIELDKy t7 rnr J5 in4WorkStrt13 1I FIrstsS t 1 i niIORDs1dAd ENYISrFi9 j44l J j f i OFFJOB KraEKART Batumi at ftrrawHHitly locate J t tt 1UIQFULD 1 Y i4 r r p Et1J H tATONI for 5r 4 lp i Q FICEi etL lff Opera HOUM t irf 1 D t SJl SMOCK J SPJIIffGFELD KY t 10tpFFICEsrDrt Rineharts feerbScesroyer Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to2pw dpFGRIGSTTQRNEY AT LAW dre lOffice 9VerPeople8 Battk and t SPRINGFIELD KY JNOYl O EN and fh lmliSbllrg nolier kills ti WrUisbqr ui Kylive isnolU iiing ad we SQ etc JS1lJ licit iie patronage of the isjj- l J l ublf 1 IffI i 1 irkl Iprairi taken n exdliinRe for salja J1 1our1iTI b eTash Sat TjriLYoufWi1 be shOaite4nt hr fIever uflicient rAitttrJ Wni j esjiaStheandj his as DustyJl y JOJIN C BURNS Prop sold n a J PEOPLE KNEW HIM d 1TH susPIastr Is Pains Mujpd ergeWaahtDgton made snsoldflon The indevzy barrel of flour mUle tharkcli ttbS t MotmtVnont Bay raised u to quality or weight NpnhUonfigfe4Z1tatioa of it or substitute forIt tIjr A plaster is th1betjormofbxteruhtdiLMc fdt and i tofIthntIt contrast tutheY8aJr I odds lime offcithe liver and kidncmJ influenza or grip t9xt4ruftIrare 1 by Bcnisons Plaster j Do aoi wne thitrBtlladoami O1M fgood3ensonrt 1erioyXotlth plaster k M go dIs In compeUtlo with the bestknoW r aEr 1sters ic f Europe ad Imenca Bennirecelye 1ttmJNl For aale by li druggiata or ire will preOayposUge On any number ordered in the tJUnited States on receipt of 2t veadr few ab1uy lIsoTo1maopq CliatI NX bo LtH i Sftefiu cii8Sa1of1 f i1tRaofw i fuif JBy virtue f taxes Goethe State ci as +XentuckY a9Qcot pty pfWashlntto Iwlll as Sheriff ofeMr sale at the G our house door lhSpripgfleld on f MONDAtOCTOBER gsHjpl iflbout 1 otjlockpmj tHe following te property orob much thereof ft wilLs Batigfy tbe amount of tax and COBB 1oir tS v urPottvIfle6r fheEears1899Ji 1900 jind 1901i tmount of taxes and cqatfl 30 he Pott8vI1leCokbdMary Etiejans up irs for the 1886f tb 1901 inclttafve unounb of taxes and eoHt8109 ft 3 POWELI atv I 81 f1fo Whfngt 9 Co rKelly Shop Dtdrictr S G aa des rpp biij land for yeara i898 1899J 1900 Ibead 1901 taxas antljpsts 28 1 iu JRo CROAK D S W 0g1 j ericst ftimmnf fivaviUs 1LookWth horrb cn Skiiff fi jitIons ULqhe8 mples i1e3 Tonj hytIc lad Jr will any onc itHopaeBu- estI AlfltsM I1qiifi face Eczerusor ttIRl1eu191b h bor 1L1t cures sote ttt hppd b tinds Chilblains Jlibl for PIes 2p leyv J lj Robertsons drujsiole r t 1 w as R1e4mV1 1t 1J l sMy bdy 2 yenr5oIdb ii a Be codwhichretdea tojpId totiny inent until we tied Foleyjsj Tar Ie was cbinptdtbly nsejig one bbttltj1 i ff1anJ bulFofeyBf Th i jir E EiE f iEEi E EiEiEi EiEiE EififofoE E 1 i UJTeWNIi ja 3 3 3 33333 3 a 3 33 a 33 b 1If t JGrigsby l Grigs by fits pi acseflr L rigstirselISewth M bines latest in fall millinerr at Man field iigsby fQr watches clocks eWcrry t Fresh Bsh and oysters every lFridayl at JA BBaderfs pjtty new styles of d essgd Ki ts and antis at Mansfields brjIfjrst class seed wheat for sale Thompson Lakes t i liaise stodk pretty nsw styles pfiadiesfcicaks at Ma sfle1dsr Otie hCurtjgle Aprily to Joira C Sia suderi HT a Ladles ohces that fit well wear well aud look well at Mans eJds Fresh brend baked daily op gale Five cents per0iftf or sik es for a 4uart er JA tihader Gnpsby tests yq rrYfree h The house and lot near the b lonting t J A Hen jeinlutLakefrrMansfield is showing a very rAe and attrac Ve ine of tailor mad lsui ts bleffat t kirts waists fine dress goods and cloaks The public sale of Mr George t1tiWeststoclr farpaiDg im emeats tools place Tqesday ThStle was weL attended d pricea madi Wirof household goo Is tUd other pprsonal t1 property ontast FclurdyIWiU1lhlS family to L uisvlllc- rtty 1IMrGlD hartoatle rNBr te agent fold for Osca Priiry I firth near j Tekas ioA Rbertir Young and D qbban ugher Thlfarm coji tains 100 abes and for 200Ii l r George M Shaur ty haJbeen appointed on vlhc locall Board of Pension Examinees plaop bac been vaeat- t singe resignation df Irp w Wal several months ago G torigsby The llecturb by Itey jFather i enna which was ancpu ced take pllftce at the Qper House onrJpst Tuesday nightwas called on account o Feather Me Kepna being unexpectedly call tlb New York fev S If Stiles th iiew pastor of the Methodist church here tbis week and will holdI toes at ih chuich 01 next of Stmday Mi yStiess famiiy will join him here in s d days and tney will go to tyusekepingl IJSince purchasing my fa stook goods J have decidcd t move dy ftom Springfield anctjiere e I will offer my store house c of new fall goods during the onths of Pjpluber No ember JDecembe at very reduced prices all must be sold by 1002 J Mao Qeld jj A1M-r QB Thompson ipcon ai mplatin bavlgacombinatipn le ofnorses and other live stpck dome timein the hecr tutJ1i e Mr Thooipsonl9 a good manager o a public gale nd tt su feeds in getting tbls one it wilf be a odone G There was a bowling cohtest the local alleys on JIS hursa day tiwht or rathor a game toe affairsbeitig t6o one ied to called a content We wert q1d 10 obtain tbe score of the ames owjpg to ttie fact that e recer Jadft b the jng iibidt flgyres were wiped 9ff fie hoard aU evidence pf the crUDe destroyed The rcstoVnff team numbars 6 meflrst cIJ ss owLersandtleyrh1t up a fast p gt0 TKhrgiiest wrA wd njade by Fujtyn fQf airdtown o had 217 to his credit tri one 2am 2 I bpoA bladki atid white selttfr djog bout one 8 ettf tlc yvfiih scar 00 lett bonlae Jost1ab iit ep V thtJan offlqe pJAt my farm on pII roaji ia red h if9 j ooessn all hoin Owner can hay samja by claiming property andj paying for this notice G W Cl ZeentsIM Gigby 1 fias slashes to tt vcrYone I Ime E 1 me1aye SOnMyesterdavQther M trrT Scott where he 1a4 fcQpte jh0 ev arI befvreto spepd ilie night pni0diate caiipeof hiRdeath sv- traLyiswithua which he was i ken 5usttwqlve hours before died Bfs had bern in itailing lJg1 yullvbItbe fferer from Bvlebts disease or similar ailpent wtjicn had thoroughly undermined robust cons tjtuttoner There were few more populfer mep than Lige May Big hearted and generous tUR fault of he bad a way ot m iking acquain of tan cea and fiietda that few on possessed rHt had been a trav eiling salesman a good part of his file arid bad a largecircle of friends thr6u hoat the sta e e tvas born in Taylor neaiflyl 48 rs ago and wa a son of the He e of Mr James Mayds inhJs ILud early iboy hood his parents moved into this county and Lige M yes but grew ubi here and had made Springfield and Washington county his honje e very since For quite a nunibwr of years he was in the qS Injernal Reve Service as Gauger andwas We various times stationed at srentqpoinis throughout the dir ate in about the Ner1822 he rrie Miss Mollie Robelts09J f who with their two children Miss llie apd lIttle charles survive As The ffujneril will take place As from the Presbyterian church on Uay morning WGridiyaf IFor RentannA house garden and cow pos fpjjreot 41miJes from Ied f Spriogiield on tbe C8hVr MCreeMays and St Rose Tirnpflre tieRaterenItWallsto torR rit tre House ffitli lot containing 2 i res off grotnd situated ouithe ttq Bloomfield pike 2f miles Iron wn Good house with all Dec cessary ou buildings For terms and further pa St- iculars apply tp or address Mrs Emtha IJJrsey- 8prlrigfield Ky Mat MOORJSSV1LLE Frbov Our Spociat CovresPoent HQn Jt re OMeare aadrested tba voters at Mooresviie last Saturday y r Sorghum fcaklng is the order theday l Messrs D M BobliUacd Will oaiUy are boih very llow with to pboid fever da The following seal estnta transfers wore made last week SanxTipfle farm toJSidGrifsoy Fred Cheatbam a farm to Sam Tingle Tho Grigsby a farm to te R Grsby Jeroine Trent a farm toJ N Bodine Raigntly ov and Kovalty farm lor William wi Cneatham Pricey ucknpvnCu Protracted meeting closed at H J theWhursdjiy night Oije iby1itLl r cu sticlwele baptisea ill Mdpresville ppnd lest Friday 0 large crowd avenirigbetori da Tbe folloMing were bapiisea Misses Ne iia Werrjtt Texie or uroi Lida Vijgin Martha ray EmilTno Coulter and Mrsw Malissa eekly Messrs J alIes Carey dGrigsby Henry toy 1P lly TolD Matttngly and Ernest P Gray ofw 0 Mr James Gribbiiis and wife ere of Taylqr county visited his norIsco attt t4ipiacei last week or ofMissig Mr Spsan Parrish near Klaple Hill thweek 13Jin3tIiiOsnqouncedbiIi stabejiqjbhis and Bru b Grove reginct t Wp wish hi n Success vA Ntf Jenkins of Hardm cpvn fy wag terQ last week looking i for Shorthorn calves t f ti to tiand iIft KIAd Yul Ha Always UIUghfT kSignature of tJ puL jW 44F h i i ERe N A 1I Dr W 0 Qrigsby has returned from a visit tjvfrienda in Illinois Mrs PiC Cleaver entertained tl encbre on last Tuesday afternoont Mrs 0 H fltfelson and Miss Lizzie B 8ley left thse week for a visit to the Buffalo exposition eMrs Chasp Gitee nt Louisville was SIthe IMrvisited vea here llat weefc Quite a nntfiber of local Masons are Louisville this week attending a etlncf the Grand Lodge of Ma Mr Will Wharton has relurntd urtbnIHamilton Rcberteon has retuned from Cbl6rttdo wheVe has been infori etayitg siderably benefi d by bin trip Mr and Mrs John Riney of Louis e were called here tbls week by aeriBos Iftrtqsa of Mn tames finey of thst Rose neighborhood WULISBUR From our ftajfular Corespendect Mr Ellis Warner theonly son Mr and Mrs Green Warner tthis placo died of typhoid fever last Tnursday The funeral services were conducted at the Christian church at thisplace of which he was a member byElcifr Couch and tberemains were interred at the Fairyiew cemeteiy was twenty two years of age everything was dune for him tnei of edic uttentiOr pjbutwisdom deenteJ it bestt take him yofromyoung man worthy of esteem j fc id respect and had many friends throughout this country extend to the bereaved para ents OUI he irifelt sympathy 1nd seat their torn and oleedins BeirgfPause blooming youth as you pass by you are now once was I roIPiepare in death and follow me Thd residence oflJobnMclivoy isasdewtroyedbyrc samorning saewe a1 Mrs Susan Meritt basreturn Thfrcrnf e Dr B rnetLnear Sparro b Mrs Sallie Howard who hasp1 n visiting ft lends near Law th c burg last unday retUn dIth this place to have ber eyes aed by Dr V7 W Hyattre heMrVrt spent lait Thursday with DrW W Hyatt Mr RuelE Foster of Spring field passed through thlt1WO ndry morning enroute to Tablow Mr Lttslia Baxter and Miss of Scrogham were mairleJ home ofi Elder J At Simms last Wednesday Elder j A Simrtis has beenIce called to Lone Rd2 Nelson oounty to hold a revival at the Christian churches r It An Ordinance thThehiwnaumThat a brick pavement be made on the south side of West Main Street beeiunine ntti point where tire paime t- rmicaeatthe now northwest corbcorNtier of the Curry r sidence now stnedtdthnerryWaters fronting and abuttinWereon tott poiut where the harbingusroetjlCatholic huryh Said improve uients to b colrpletod within 30 taysOrdinance In the eVenteiiber yebtbdiners Jail jor refuse to cotnplw ith the requirements of this ordiranre tile B yrd of iTrhs toest thavementsthe respective property onc andaid expeustt sbalbe almey propertheto satisfy the itw thp respective improyements o hare tofpfe set out IJ i A R SHUtTZ Chm B T R THOMPSON Clk J r TIDtIHGI4TOWN f From our Regular Correspondint Miss Mary H milton is iicLbu o isville this week to bi present at her brothers wedojjig hA t takes place Wednesday IlIDit MrS Annie Carney rettirped her bomeMpnday after a visit ber father J A Symplon Drv oHawLOlisvill aftera liw AaiJs ijST yet1j guest of Miss Mary 1tamI t I t l lII i g w Elocution Lierary Academic ItndCulle1e Courser 5 Normal Commereialand Busin SssDeptrtraeiit Coner I the usuall Li erary Degrees Prices ra di rate Opens Swmber P 1901 HJ GREEN WELt Pres iSSgSSSSSSSJi S SSSS = relatives Dr Sim hel e Thompson Sunday visittdIII wfordslIIigfewudays Mr Patterson ol tioretto iis visittDg Henry and Arthur Caskey Miss Cecil of Kansas is visit g Miss Li hs Matiingly Mjssos Piety and Fannie B Smith of yoUr town visited I friends hers Sunday Miss Josic Stewart and Mack Wbeatley ot near h Jevere marrield Tuesday rnormnfc cvBornAu berry October 1qa girlabGeorge Clements Forrest e oil and Torn Grundy were visit iug friends here SundaytMi 8tieSnaunty and Thos Mudd were in Lebanon Saturday Mrs Jane Ross has returned m a visit to her laughter Mrs Sweeney Yankey Jr leTerrlbkAt noou yesterday Wil Mau n aged about tenty three shot and killed bis ung wife Ermine at their h lme near the factory of Mr Jie Hay don for whom the young m io worked The sad affair occured about follqws The coupe were rlteddinneri when a troublesome do cime up and stood in the door wajYMr Maupin who bad often threatened to kill he hound se reached afierbis nflr Pill led back the hammer and put his finger on thettrigger His wife t between bfni and the door yoyLeidame timertakinghold of the gut tempting to pull it from bim daqgerous weapon ready for deadly work went off the dtt1lstr1iinhere and poughing its wty througbe flopr nod in a very fevv minute was dead At the time she Shachedr arms thei eigHt upntbs old child which received a painful hu yertMaupin is an in1u trious quiet citizen aud the calamity ha al most made him insane Oply ai few imoments before an eapove the hacforywas in the room where the little family were quetlv eating their meal and chminjt happily When the klrriblenoonepresent except himself IiiS wife ahd child but his conduct ood the p ausable story which ba to4 at once of how the ap palling tragedy tool place imp pressed everyone wiifc the belief at it was an accident and that s stafehienv was truerLeb saourJh In Memory of GilbertceGarripbeJI How heavily p4te wordsthe as gone1 fall uponi our hearts 01nilingeyesi el the baby arms around o1 r t oCcki ahirperse know little filberts biyby t nds will gatner no flow rs for or his gentle footsteps be music to our ears and while we understand not only his he been ken across those waves that moan beyond our mortal shore a t we feel that his short life has lit its impress on us and hat is Oh9C1lrejli1 some time some wb re be nads clear His ys his little dresses he wore empty baby buggy the va ant chair and the memory Off the babv smiles and sighs are l wejiave now but bytbes9 b e my be anchored at tile cross a Sympathizing Christ who will enable us t tread thi p weary eaBth content to clasp him on the other shore Mother sister and brothers prepare to rrieei little Gilbert in a better f righter orld buyeand to his little baby brother andpister I catand Lillys be good t atkyriu wilt QjijetittlCGilbert in the sweet bye and bye 1J V tL A untLucy Oct 16th 19OJ Foft ALE First clasA farm f tff tuvn pikecoajrenierit td chVrcb es and schools Fur particulars l pply to W K wfurks at lurnbtfr yard 1 aukoltig a a4rneie J P 0 was only gn enlisted mar Uncle Sams navy but his moss w ate called him the Swell because whenever lie went ashore lie carried su lrn jmafelt hiLt lie passed hlinuclf off to n Japanese coal iuer ban na the pay IISrniIHIpuhn 14 ton What is ny y all oft he nskjptl the dealer who offered a getierous connnls t sloiu Ia1e thc price sixteen dollars a ton and hnvo thoilsaiid toua ready for doliVtfy uj the eiirlfiftat illOS slblo hmir tomorrow im niin be all1l1I The nierchaut opened Vine und a hen thoroughly Warmed tip the Sailor kroiiiarke l looking Iiidolehtly at hisj atcb By the bye Im expected to vtelt the cluli onlElTt and is prohj le that 1jVnny need zr little more money than I lUte in my iKKket Per linps you had betteradvahVpmetnree flr four thousand doililrs biheiLt r course tie Rdt w3iat heVnnted Next mornIng the v s ejs Wfns sur lounded Vlth scorice of haVpes Indon ith coat and It wttB nil the offlerB could do to 1iitent thp Japs fromlafr ioadiug theIr cargoes The dealer liar ed say nothing forjie had entered into h conspiracy to defraud the govern ment he pocketed his loss 1n a- tQceNew York Pressl IN y They Never Speak A coolness growing out of the fol lowing conversation has sprung up be tween Jongs and Smith nlgntkra jlittle social gathering at the Goodman m 4AIcqueried Smith ve 2ryt e must have either a great deal of money or a preat deul l of genius You dont tejl iuesul Andyou ay yoii were there Ycas iYou were invited were youvv llQr course wAnUtpbeplepty Qt raoijey or a great deal of geu Iujj2 Precisely Well Jones I am very glad to hear uhnee bexxjnie rich nil of a sudden nd nil five iwunds London An sw era nenKona For n Divorce The JJruBee soniptluios divorce their wives for apparently the most trivial causes Thus a mail named Soleiman taln had a wife Isbnkyeh The woman frequently worked for us and on peveral o basloug I hall to complain at talked ttoo much and worked too little At length Iwus obliged to tell Soleiman that owing to his wifes laziness I could employ her no longer ortly afterward IWilt to England OUlpy return after a couple of months absence iiwns surprised tc find that fcoleiman had divorced Isbak b andtyidl already marriedl another woman On inquiring from him the cause of this lie replied Your honor told me that yoij would not employ my wife agalh so I thought would get rill of her null marry another woluau whom you would employ Black woods Magazine Coaling aBrltlHh Vliltnr Abig Britishbattleship coming here to attend a patriotic function of som- eiidon the luvluitlou of our govern fnent ran short of coal and Uncle Sam host agreed to her bunkers free of charge This courtesy was dunn through the medium of a Jersey City merchant who supplied fine furnace coal worth from WJtn 7 h ton and presented his Jilt to the English cap faIn Send It to the navy depart iheot said the latter nnd to Washing n It went to lkr returned Uy the next ail with a memorandum attached ying that ail nor had been made In thg charge the government lOU tract calling for coal at ftt a ton Acid at nit the smart Jerseyite ever rc i hed New York Press titt ItelnMt When Adelina Pattr Visited Madrid qnetlm0ln company with her husband Slguor Nlcollni who tttotight himself a tenor IngOr there was Rtf effort to eu hge the noted artist for an especial easi fl The opera director askedii How much will you fhargctii It you nd your honored thls occasion formic siPITen thousand francs And how much If you thc slgnor madame Ten thousand fraucs Cntherino le Medial Catherine dc4 Medici of France was tall flignifled woman of striking per spnal appehrance Her manner was of ten cold and repulsive her language haughty She was trover popular or well liked Her features were regular and the chief merit of her Countenance was a tuB blacli eye that seemed to fascinate those on whom she looked 1 Jfcnjtle Talk Hello Where are you golngT cried the llorffls the fleet footed stag dashed y him Ohrc Juerirnrpllnfr for my health panted the taJ Why do you ask My friend the tiger Invited rue to particfpate n a stag dinner party to day antH was wondering If you were the party Philadelphia Press L A Ie rlllin AYnslilnnri Pliny tho OreAtr could see things In1 otrlttringt t nit In the soap will be freed and take for better effect And onlynfter that did women know how to wnsh r 8 lc i the Bpeciflc gravity of gold 19DO that Is It weighs nineteen nttd a half tipies asixmcbnlIS owa bulk of yru r Th ddtIUfaMniallealillity of lits xqetnttltd equaled brbo oThei By adctlllty Is meant this property of air owing itself q1tcl drawn out Into a iwire and l r tJI111H1tyt Its ptciiierly- i1iIltefiigat without splItting rti l The bamtnlr j t r S jiJ ji 1 1ll1g1 the Iargestand bist atsortrnet of tMerchandise veorSrowl1i 11 Sngtt II Ourstock great l ofui k i 4I4 s peryd Meltqnettst60ctIo 15O per ydSoleJls1tg J125 per ydPrureIla6Octo 115O WaJstrCloth25 to 75c i BroadCc5thtItoI75 Sackiigarnets and F1annellet s ingret atiariety OC OUR ChpA DEPARTMENT is M 1 complete 1134J tket Aitjomobiles Plush Cas iisses Jackets Cbllft L 7 1rCfls and Infints Wraps q i11 t W MENs JUTS i FJom O 0 11 0 1EN S OVEUOQATS J From 356 ta 15 BOYS SUITS r 1 SfKOOi to 12 50- BOYSOYEttOAS f 125O to 800 CIIILJYS 5IJrl t atoS54Xa CHILDS OYEKCQAtf S15QtoOO t s We lead thtpaIl infertt Wornnanct ChiL ilISelby o Co for Women Stat Shot en n Misses Biidds Shoe foe CJiild eii prew1IIIImore su fetjal wear We have the f famous makes BOruqhHays Ctj1 fPontiac aftd O E shoe iifor wm nWOlEl ffif f Bros Shcie for Women iicJ CbJ1ren We r1invite vour special l attention tQ our Shoe stocks 4 4 We guarantee satisf ttionlI r Dooc fail ee onj Gent ttd Ladies bubsling r in nderwear biris Glovec id t e If yuuneed anything in Ctslpets Oil Clt Linolieum1ugs 0 r Art i SqU1rfJ dortIailtto Spe o rlliner We will make spJc al price tPGASI 9YIRb j li CunniDghain S Diiniii I i J r u u jtj J i j jijj ijj Special Aitentioao I g ct Has beetx giiyen TEt 1 fBOYSOLOTllING If Wbaudlci THB rAr4STf 1r Lt We lrlAlt IJolpoint li to sell 1 1 tIt1iCi ii e ftl at gies satisfaciiuuatpricesi that Iplrhle j i 31O SHODDY GODS 14 I QIfown here jrjJ EWe ae selling ii rS i wo TKNE3SUIX iSAt II5dajicE2OO that WELL MADEFuI1 IIneof youngJi1ensfi 3 fine Suits Good Knee Pants 35and SOcteL l V t it L E iBESTLffcOfd BOySHOES f To be found Seo4i LittIl G eQtS r IcSHOEs I McChtd A Robeftli tiT yjA J t = f t t ftfMid 1IDt ID QJ1 t J Ir HayeYoulnjBuiMMWBofi r IfSofleiiieinberThat- he ttJtl T Sriif fttfdt1 nibCoat 2It Haa nike line o aiJ kinds pi building Materj4i anditls rnc3te han JSsibla thatthey can suityou In pies and tI might beW Jltpf gettheLr przces eve 0L u if you ortt Iriteridto fiuy frdnri fhrT TYou will find them lWays a cmmo dating Thy are alsO doing cQntr ctl f n worknd tffyQ do not waptith1ooT i i t after the hu1dingr of your hose Q4r l 1C cselftMYWWdqf i you Thit have just abdut completed theiibuild- l t1ngcnLeb4oiStsdare jusi g L1It fjjj Pr 1 ting opened P for businessp io t j I IIste11 dWtotIr pepl7y4 l iIaboutfts bJ ll htt s f1fofyqtus tf L TT TIIT TiTh1NEWSLEA1YR T rfasL II fDfiOltfoHIj f TBEW EXTRACTED lv11o iir PAIN I irci1agaa Block up stain ipWGF1ELD KY- A11 J flitatlVVork Strictly 1 i rltoeJass iiiiiir I HH HOR P DENT S1JtI Ola ak atBUlLDn- t Q inINGkrD1X t D t t 4tAMPTON i OFFICE s 1 Oi H81H q Lfi ID S1 SIO I s KYSEKINGFiELD i l oI1neI3ftI for te Poffieoyr Peoples Deposit jBaok Otece hours 12 to pm = J1WiFCRIGSBY l tTr9RNeYATLAW 11 Oator Peoples Bank J t JPRIKGFIELD KV 11 tH PEOPLE KNEW M L i IPl ttr ig Pains 5Misr adenhola1iOBt fed vnry barrel at ilouxuln the xanketnt b Mei1l W BhIngton Mount WiwWwataday qUestiOD oI1 KlMeailOTtiaa Plaster sells on its epB Z Vtf B iTtrrwbera Anthe bnyervttts to himitigiitAtm Glit 9f jpabsUtnte for it- A11sThs aetiorznoteIternalr rn ll 1aH Baton fa tho best plaster eL P phieiMrsd rUggIstsanda multitude r cppZe aWleaQnwriberhave settled Mt Yarn ttGitit theysay ni1ilsItroubles bl dpIltigatoN46 laTe1s4 T Tan tyJttmMoab flatter IJi et usaa tat BeU im Capei Ufuataatfcriw ar ujfester U M good M nBMKIm eoMpetitIo tth thtt besttnown rwtEaio a AmeriCa Bens- onaOrMghtaoriwifl1JiMeIniI ghut4IJan 1tkcJ eteelptct26ceachr CL of ik PirR f bflrUi of taxes due the State of- Ken4kyafld tconnty pf Washington rILLsh offer fOrs le at the OofertlHitweaoor Spr14fie1dnb M ODLYOCTOBER281 1901 atabojil oclock pnvi the ol owlngp property dfeipmuoh the ept JWVH1 Batiifylhe amount of taxarid costs t01Pattoville biitrlofrDebo Boswell Ji for the years 1899 1900 and 1901 J It t OI fjaxesandcOtlEe tQ A It 4otIe1iIeColored4arfZdeleniie1s Amount of taxes and cost 81095IH B POWBLL JL Sheriff of Washington Co Kelly sbqt plstttct S G Hardest ly on land tot yeaiil8 8 18991900 4lpl ides and cOsts128- t 0 t birttdk CROiX D 8 w o etl1f i t Look with horror oo Skin Eruptions Bloichels Sores Simplest They dont have them nor witlVny one liodseack l 7 lens AniWaSalve It gltfrifies tbdl ftjpc ematr SaltRheum- yinitSbsfbni it It cures sore f lips chapped bands chilblainsl EInfallible7 for Piles 25c at Hay dfah ct Robrtsons drug sidre Women sWell as Men Are Made Miserable by 4Kid e Trouble R f1roub1ep reys upon tin rhlhll tit l gkbThsenathbttSbn Iutyigbtt ahd cheerfulness sotfA 5d odIuppear when the kta 1es are put of order or diseased Kidney trouble has r become so prevalent I tbatlt snotuacomrnc fiora child to be born atl1lct withVeak kid 0 neys Ifthe hlldurlh ates too SIren if the wine scald the flesh or If when the ecbuaife When it should be able to teatrol Ihe passage Itlis yet afflicted with WWeti Hpon fLtM cacttk4itfIcultyIkId y trouble ar4the first Hf should e to Wras the treatment off llltMe kDprnt organs this unpleasant cg1s1sdofto adiseasedconditionof the 4fk ad dder and ottiahabU as M tfeflcl oppose Wemea a1 well men aremade mls rUc with kidney an bladder trouble remedytr f Sold lsbyj OeM fM dollarIyybaveawnpf t iffMfIMIk tell kJRCabwtit JAclUfKlg idlhy df thd tybucMifc of tisVlmbniay letters Tedelved i reII ilsercure ln wrItJnbt Kitme c Uo 1Knan6n N U life an4 t 1 tItI 1 I I st fIEiI t Ms EE ef I j ABOUT TOWNs 3 33H3 3 3 a 3 Gficsby jGrigbyfitS glasses Origsby sells Sewing Machines y 7Grigsby for watches clccksj and jewelry Fresh fish and oysters every Friday at J A Sbaders First class seed wheat for sale i Thompson Lakes I orDJOn October 20 torand Mrs S J Smoclfj a bo j One Curtis and Reed pha ton for sale Apply to John 0 Shadert I A nesr line of pattern and ready to wear hats at Williams rsjBttt Hitch vour horse at table near tbd depot Psce 4vecl Fresh bread baked pailyIon ale Five cents per loaf or six loaves for a quarter J A Shader r Grigsby tests your eyes frae tMrChBsed of T J Hord 50 acre of bis farm near town at 3250 per lIcre In order 10 reduce stock I willJ sell prom now ou at greatly J reduced prices Mrs atev Williams Mr J R Barber hasrri hencedI uiiding on the south sido of Main street text to the 0era bHmGrigsb for fine watch re air I lngIDont forget the ladleiof thetChristian church will erve dinner on Monday next court ay at Bat bes building a hoodat dinner for25 l Next Monday will be the opot nlng day oT the Ocober term f Circuit Court It will also be County court day and al bigc crowd is exported Mr james Riney an old and pec ed citizen of the St Rose neighborhood died at his liome paralysis on last Thursday and was buried on Friday f The Dixie Belles Concert com any should draw a crowded t house at the Opera iJouse6n Thursday his evening Tbe company is one of tbe best in its ine on lb eroad TAKEN upOn my place lack sow weighing abou 250 ounds Owner can pet sane j by paying for feed and tnis adJ vertisement C R GRUN YfHon Frank Ptake andIWallace are announced to speak at the Court House here on Mon day nxV in the interest ut the emocratic party and o the political issue of the day There is a lively race on for the office of Police Judge lor tbe own of Springfield Jude W H Baker the present incumbent is being opposed by OatI Pat 1andfriends and the contest will likely be close Mr M L Searcy has sold bis arm near town known as tbe Ita Brown farm td William M Durrelt of Nelson county for 16143 or 46 per acre The farm contains 851 acres and is one of the best in the county The transaction was mad by H C Wharton tbe local real estate gent Mr Searcy has owned the farm only since the first ofs last January having paid Mr Brown 17000 for iu Invitations are out ann uning the approaching mart age of Mr Thos William Simms and and Miss Lillte Olements to take plate at St Rose chi ch on Tuesday Nov 12 Bothif these young people trs well an 4 pop plarlv known throughout the county Miss Clements is the daughterof Mr and Mrs RW Clements white Mr gjni ml is a son of MrB0n9 Smmn Miss PearJ Adams and Dr S A Thompson both wel known lmarriodl sr1IYteKp1o HQq Thq bride t is bn C1oInhyrfl l tJcI JU Hu r HJm fJf sou has recently moved t9 Louis yUle and has graduated In mOth cine at that place Grigsby the Spectacle fitter The Bardstown Hotel will change bands about December 1st Mr James Kurtz ba9 sold bis good will and personal prop erty to Mr John Smith of Wash ington county The lease of the building will be transferred Mr Smith iis the present jailer of Vfcihington cointyBardstowna- cord Mr Smith and his family will be grealy missed from this cbm muYiity where they have many friends The Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association beldits semi annual meeting at Bardstown last week It was Welt attended and the proceed ings were interesting The fol owing teachers from Washington county attended Supt J W Bush Misses Jennie Redding Ella Duncan Pearl and bathe Carrico Sarah Ross HettteRudd and TessieJOarrico The next meeting of the Association wil e held el Lebanon in April There is considerable alarm felt throughout the cbmrautmity about the prevalence of that dangerous disease scarlot fever There are quite a number of cases in town but fortunately all one or two exceptions areI of a mild type LaU the little J daughter of Mr and Mrs Char- e Robertson is dangerously ill of the mlady Scarl tina which- is a mild form of s aJ let tever as broken out in severel famil es of children The Board of Health has issued a warning to the people to tatre all possible precaution against the spre ad of he contagion A good sign of the progress nd prosoeriiy of the town is the large number of new homes that are being constructed about own Mrs J L Wharton has plans for the erection of a nice residence on a lot recently pur of C EL Nelson adjoinibp Mr A C McElroys dwelling Mr Hubert Glaybrooke will suonI begin the building of a dwelling on East Main next to JaWhartons property Mr T W Simins is building a small house to rent on West MaID Mr John C Shader has several small tenement houses under wav and other persons are contemplating building AuctionSde Assignee ofF E Elder I willi at the Store in Springfield on Monday October 28 1901 cffer for sale to the highest bidder a jargo stock of Merchandise con sisting of Dry Goods Clothing and Notions The stock will first be offered as a whole and if me price Ii not tifaetory the goods wilt then be put up by the piece and sold the safe to con tinue from day to day until the stock is closed out R H MtJLLtCAN Assignee of F E Elder Notice All parties having claims against the estate of Robert putty deceased will please i resent them tome for settle pent ISAAC CtrBRY Oct 22 1901 Admr LotDo A block and white setter dog about one yearole witb a scar on lett shoulder lost about ten davs ago Inquire at this office and get Ij rewardTaken Up At mv farm on the Bar towD road a red heifer weighing aboutt 700 pounds witb only one mall horn Owner can have same by claiming property and paying for this notice G W Clements Grigsby has glasses to fit everyone J Odiera of Frostburg Mdwrltes- I had a Very bad attack of kidney complaint and tried Foleys Kidney CUre whiab gave me immediate relief fcndI was perfectly cured after taking JajtejAfter exposure 01 when you feet a ftpld comming on take A doeo of Pol yLU9nay wad Tr Jt never faija to itopfr ool4 If jaken in time Wood Wimsatt 0qReform Behoof Jrnntyiowni W Va Oct i8tb IDOl Aftertryina all other adterllsed cough medioinefl we have decided ton e Foles Honey and Tap Refprmsohlool IJJJuuttJUly ati F ERONAL i r LoulsfylliF R Neale went to Louisville on- businessyesterday Mr and Mn 8 B Thompson are in Louisville this week Rev and Mrs R E C Lawion were in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs W M Hagan returned from a southern trip last week Mrs 0 AGreen went to Louisville Monday to attend the Grand Opera Mr John R Barber made a business J i trip to Louisville the first of the Week J Mrs E L Davison Jr left Wed nesdayto visit her parents at Gentry vile IudjBoaiephaveAmerican Exposition f Mr J W Tucker and family have moved to the McGill farm just below town recently purchased by MrtTucker IMrsaCruseofllOwensboro are visiting the family of Mr CL Price LETTER LIST Mst of letters remaining uncalled i for in the Springfield Ky Postoffio for the week ending October 231001sao Cowan Mattie CookaeytW 0 Couverae sHenryT B HousefjJ A HamlltoncJohn King J Mary E Logan Harry PattonIW BRolleto1pa cJG A Miller When calling for these lettersE please say Adv rt1s dff WAWatersPMo MOORESVILLEt Prom Our Special Correspondent Weare having delightful weatbBr at present Since our last report there basS been born lathe wife of Jess Pile a1OIb girl nMrof Simms spent last Sunday at Mr Jeff Smiths Mr Bert Thompson was in our village last Saturday look rag after bis interest in thea Jailers race J R Moore sold a black eldJmg to E G Boblet for 90rJas M Wall bought a seven months old male calf from Louis i Hamilton for 22 50 Wm Ingram has removed to the farm of Jan 1 Royalty Mr A C Taylor departed this life October 17th of cancer ofE the s omach His remains were 1interredthe following day Ho leaves a wife and several children besides a mother brothers and a host of friends to mourn his untimely death vJRwere in Mooresville last Friday MarioQ Boblett has retuinedb from Louisville where he bad an operation performed on his eyess He Is somewhat improvedrGeorge Mullican the hustling clerk ilt W S Goods we are glad to report is very much Improved He was threatened with typhoid fever Mr Logan Sheban has purchased of D L Humphrey his arm for 900 Possession given February 1st 1002 Mr Elijah Keigbtly died iu Louisville October 19tb His i remains were interred at Chap T Un Fork cemetery the following day He was a brother of Mri Gabe Kvigbtley of this place lrhS Mooresville base ball club s and Coney Neck club played a match game of bAllat the Mooreville park There was a large crowd present Tbe score stood 2 to 1 in favor of Coney Neck It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of Mr Dave Boblett who departed this life October 21st at 7 am after a short Ulaness of typhoid fever He leaves a wife and five little children betides a gfriendshis death This makes Ihe fifth descendant of Majoi Boblit that has passed away since January f 1st 1901It Mrs Nora Bpolft is glowing mproviug She has typhoid aq has all Mrs Ollie Bddle ian pf Maple Hill who is vAry HI j FOR SALE First alas armL of 190 acres near railroad and turn pike convenient to church es and schools For particulars apply to W K Mrs at lumber JardJIcui s4 mOsloP1I IURERERCAUGIIT Sol Duncan Arrested at This Place roaMulder- Commnted in Lou isvillei Detective George Hunter 3 Louisville came here on last oftt Ienplrroi Ie toanawer fora murder n in that oIDuncan but while living here be went by the name of Dee Dorsey Duncan had been at l this place for nearly three years and had been in the employ of Mr SC McGill thewel known farmer living near town Mr fu McGill says that be was a well behaved negro arid one of the t3t farm hands he ever em ployed About a year ago he Alice Ray and they were a living together at the time of the arrest Duncan killed another egrojoe Mitchell by name on October 81 1898 at the stables of tbe jjpplegate Transfer 60 in Louisville He was a short time before the killing tbe head teamster at the Applegate He was discharged and Mitchell was appointed in his place Duncan it is claimed pn tered the stables it a rage and hot Mitchell several times Toe wounds were uicklv fatal Dun an escaped and though tbe police bunted for him no tiace wes secured A week ago Gov Beqkham at a the solicitation of the authorities ffered a reward of 100 for the- apture of Duncan Marshal John Grace of this place says that during the color d fur here last month a negro from Louisville pointed Duncan ut to him and Stated that pthought him to bo the man wanted in Louisville for murder Mr Grace wrote to tbe Louis ville detectives asking for Information The reply was that 0uchmurder but that he Dad never heeD indicted and that there was o reward for bis capture It i tprobable that those shrewd t officers of a great Metropolitan police force after being putHon bcstled about and caused a reward to be offered and then came J fter tbe man and are probably bv now fingering tbe reward and arn busy tailing the reporters of the city papers bow smooth they were in making an important capture iit Ohaa RWesBmar EvaiiBtown III write8My boy 21 years old bada se anvIHoney and Tar He was completely cured before usoing one bottle j ake none butFoleysf f P0LIN Prom our Regular Core9p nden Mn Malinda and Mary Crow t have returned from a pleasant 3 isit to relations TU tipencr county OhI M of llrroiI1 urg is visiting here this weekii Mr Coleman Hardesty and- isters Miss OiUe and Lida have to their home in Blin dinsville Ill Mrs Eliza Parash spent last week with her daughter Mrs W M JTJ was here last week Mrs Marian Hardin of Bloomfield spent several days with her daughter Mrs Hunter Bush T J Trent of Mackyhle was in our village last Monday and iit uesdayt4Miss Willie Leniy of Woodlawn yisited frierds here last week- t nd somebody looks sad since t he went borne Mr A 0 Taylor died last It Thursday of cancer ot the stow ach and was buried at Mfc Zion Friday of The Turkey Crop Now t at tho season of tbe sere and yellow lleaf ISat hand and the festivities of tha fall nd winter seasons draw on apace visions of good things anda good choer gspebially at Thanks iVing begin to a Ute the b indi of tbe people It has long tj been recognized as an established rule that on such occasions no feast complete indeed hardly tolerable withaut roast turkey In this connection iit is quite interesting to be informvd tbat l the tuikoy prpp this year Is con sir eralilyijpove the average in quantity and qualitY and ther8t moi plenty to supplY every j tabLe hi th lnd Dealers wp prepirinjf for the slaughter i11d the stock will soon begiuto UpVft Prjpef foMiie birda qa Jonh- Jfr8 not ftkely to e ctfed Jhe 6 lji cent marltowinK tq tDe dcresed t productnyi thf fefr ffttl tb J s large surplus of cold storage stock left oer from last reSrfJ Shpmebti tothp ekstern mr Lcets lagrt year exceeded by near Iy IOC 000 packages the shipments of the year hefora and itI is estimated that there are nw in co d storage in Boston alone 0001 tlo 40000 packages whirr the holders are trying to dipoe- f i f at aciuil cost Winchester Sun roRtsivtw From our Regular Correspondent Our little town all at once lies leaped into notice as one of tl 6ellbasbuild a business houe in th Lure we are informed We already have two stores two blacksmith shops one sawmill and grist mill Mr George Smith is builchne handsome cottage on Main street where hfe can overlook the a tiful valley below and cans ee the winding stream of Cart wrights Creek until lost ami the tall sycamores in the distanc0 Mr Clay Gardner tha judas trious blacksmith is topping off another elevation with a lovely dwellingIf just could prevail on Dr Smock or Dr Polin to come out here and practice for we think there are many love sick folLies round here your most inferior correspond nt included Mr John Mediey has moved back from Louisville and taken house on Elizabeth street Miss Maggie Hamilton and Garland entertained many of heir young irienes in an elegant manner Miss Carry Smith entertained everal young lladies and gentle men atthe residence of Mr Mai in Hamilton in a way that was leasing to every one and which will remain fresb in theu memory for a long time to come Miss Della Smith 01 Fredricks town yisiped her aunt Mrs Wat Brian tbe largest part of last week Jacces O Brian and James Nallv tinrshed up a larg contract of wire fence for JohnTuck er returned home last Saturday Those wishing a good fence will do well to call on the pair of ims Tbe Bar stown nine who came over to beat tbe nine here went back witL their collors trailing 8 or 30 degrees below zero last Sunday evening Mrs Grundy is whispering t low and sweet that another wedding will be celebrated in the near future The following real estate changes took place around the town recently J E Smith sold his farm containing 96 acres to Lee Smith at 30 an acre and bought the home farm from his fatter containing 135 acros a 85 and hen sold to his brother George 5 acres at 20 an acre allllqld Want Equal Rights T he Womens Equal Rights Association which had its clue ing sessions at Covington las Friday took steps which will probably result in a request being made to the authorities of Central University that that insti tution be thrown open for the- urpose of higher education for womenOld Central University at Richmond was operated on this basis but when the institution was removed to Danville and consolidated with Centre College was found that fire rules of the later institution wbjchnave this time been uniformly pp posed to coeducation should take precedence With two or three exceptions this rule has been consistantly maintained is extremljr doubtful whether the request of the Association will met with favor The Synod f the Southern church however already has under consideration plans for tbe establishment in Kentucky of a College for the higber education of women These plans are expected to ma terialisse within tbQ next year od the Synod is already cpu sidering the question ofasutt le location toy such nn institu inu How a Woman Arrived In the Klondike Justatdusk aha made a la4I OUkoAtdirectlyi f j 1r1tent8ootJugi ttiei iir that s1Y W1 pfto of a ttett lQr tefl d b AiI ifgoSiQ Ji llencotlouthiii i 1thnt tb- UjOD V IdZ jra j ot 4 J i i d i WE STILL LEMU17lrf 0 1We enjoyjthe distinction of carry tl c ingthe largeJt nd best assortwfehtV Merchandis WWshown 11 Spr1 r13i etOur stock of Dre TiuU3 great variety of Foreifenuand Domestict Fabrics in Storm SergesOc Ito I per W H tSoleiJs160ctoI50 Waist Cloth 25 to l5c t Broad Cloth to I7L Sacking F1ar r1 nels anti RaineIIetes In great i varletyiCi j OUR CLOA DEPARPME1Tiis j ttg complete hi4 JBcfiets Automobilesr ilft Plush Gates Slisses Jackets Chilfm drena and Infants WrI BSV r4 MENIsUiTs From S3OQQ 17 I I MENS QVRO11 From 30 to j Or SJITS v i tIQII1300 th S1 iOYSOVEitYATSI 8250 to 18JVl fr OHILDS SJI14 QHILDS 600 to hl11II 15OThOQ t We lead them all in Mart WomnanC1Chi1 J drens ShOes showing the fanow Ing C leb rate makes Manss Fine Shoes for Men Drew Selby Co for Women Star Shoe CO 1fat j Misses Budds ShQcs for Children arid fur iIollowingi t We guarantee satisfaction V Dont fail to see our Gents and Ladies Furnishings in Underwear Shirts Gloves Hosiery 0 Ityw need anything in Carpts Oil Cllth Ltnolieum Rugs or Art Square doct fail to see our line We will makaspoial l prices jo GASH SutERii J Cunninghain punqanJ Have You AnjJnfflingilo DoffIf SeerntierThat oto The SprWiel4lt f1tO Has articeiiViapf allkirys f bliilfdiRQ i Material and ills1 moreiHah1 pdsibi 1 that they cn suit you In 1ices and 1 mignf be Well totget thiri ptide eve if youdont intend to bv toM teimi You w1tJ fifntl then dlwaWacdomm ttFf dating They ate aIsot dotht cdntrac i t t work ana if1 you o not wiKtit 1odk after the bailnl i of your hptYi your r plselfhave lust about ccthrpfetedth ituHd 1ff ing on Lebanon 5th arifl i rjustitft t t ting open2p1or busJni8 1 rt I Dont listen to wha pher pedl1te S1jjj ia sabout us butcall ands d for yourself r f fTs 1 r i ii i f I f t j S1lendJa Iy equippedi Boarding School Full corps of r excellent Teachers TJptodatfc work done miApt Music I Elocution LIterary Academic and College Cu1e 14NorwalJ Commercial and Businew Depart meat Confer K the usualjerary Degrees Pnccs moderate Open Sept raher 1901 IIriL GREENWEi rPree I i SSS SSSSSS5J SSSSSSSSS SSS SS their good fortune They were goiog up town but I told them it was not Tight to leave me atone the first night in a strangti place and that it they would fewafn in caup I would pay enough for them to drink and have their celebration their O wh tents TOthis they agreed and QUGOI them wont to town and shortly ipturne stating that whJskey j Canadian caae goods was ten dollars ivcjuart I sent him back and Ipqrchnqcd a couple ot bot leitb they dvfvttk wilhpo V Ibecqmu bgisterbus ithe i we to my araack aid tkiug my guitar which 1 had caTreaovcr lithe saa mit1 we at on the ground ProLthdtbq tittl tOut stovo ap- all 01l dlnB1tiglng the songs lO fi WfEroJllla ICelloy in tNovembarTilPlrWp ol 8 Msg 0 Iitle j e c ftJ Historic Property BoMifrt 1 Mr John Weisfger pti cSaTk lthe PltiDiEtitniamleD1ftilbt property YtavjW5This historic two9k5yoW6 hpus was where UK r01ID remu neqt owner performwl the Irsi surgioal operation iai tN worW successfully rempTiiif movarka tumor M lcatis ciauoaot jtemptt a ftthd tOr bi sd prwv Ihie pdiriyeknown that cWpsvd pV 3peilr sought the famou urge at this plaijc aftd WM sueehfltjoparated upon ft aserioss w ttEnt The pr ptriy l aax cendfi In Barr Girt pwd thi ijeholLim cia1 lJtft wa 4 purs9anttoproctediS la VSTb irsiltutedby At oraef Wa i Price for its salea a tHAi imlot thepi1eeedssiiufl- gheirsDanville 1MI Xeftr I T i r i r ii fT1i MYSTERIOUS iI rd r caze bardtown Thai Has Never Been Solved J Stivet y lye yerifg Carn TLUChitatldr ou tei utft LQlHmlbe Li kt R Ui- Mt h street as a taiorhoi13- airtho1umew 3uik t single YlnlrU about Urty years was tra l yednls aistnt bv tnei JlttBulhirLi a cofrl3 man jt hvasViWdyiti bs p bits and iniiei eva l1nhMttics H pHti i LJth uP trrUJ D irdiiinedi Pl if att tkc i1aIH ii sumltcro l curniyo i rYardplu C s1rJJ totnofVIj J1 hd alwayf ii1ffid tl10 tu0 tltt1i aipdlJieadv t 1 r Lusncs tXflf4f lLzrnrng b f lr n Jtriji d Ontorwt fay1r20 1826 Jnmc- J Jound uj on w tig i his shop 1nI vlt ttj upon as 1ii 1 ntrhed6prt wa tt touy closed litut lucked Looking in tiiehey hole hd fa w thpj e W4S n key in- v 1Ii siid UaVine no iy thai would li iCJ W joutdBdi loudly upon the tllpor bud d rtotJrrtany response I 4 lromr 3vn Splhen came to 1le 1lrntat soai win tAvs wioi a de1idllipasser byI id to d him iheslate of affdirsIi c Viih help jf Cities bjn Iforced liet df or oluon m dtepped within A lrtrnohAr1 f4tn te visihlwi nn lbrdmr a1igto 1rkiC rom eVov was 0CQdLtd boli Ij n14eiitediiini Burke fnsr tltt visiblei anywhere but aside jCr ralhafdrcMuioV di nothing wtf4Va 3fcoVi0 ni was lonf- i U ir qv wftztwtndow opet rgmnpo lbeIsirec Jhe luwE ilI ii of rcij s a1zSdspv epvl inclieshe y always war ftttbJLas3nof tie jeir Ii the cnrnfof tbe rooV stetciuaIinostitse ire lengll as a Sidb tabl across wb ic vws piled rols of coth tift r th of los Te eods o IItnttDner Iro mi he doiir to th of the room were dab bdwi h blood and the hint was plef tiCuy sprinted Witt ik stajn in Uiesaine directiot It was plain that a terrible strug te betwjeen iwo arael rae biuning h3erance don utid rontinuinsioiihe inner room Gong uround tfe end of tb taoie jjiey disj ovpred the bloo sme jLtlbqdy cf uman Tying o t t IteiloorqIt was teat of Burkt dead which slibwedino tes thaiv niftysix stab woundss most w ihetn trivVal l Beside ibe body lay a pair of tuiroKsShears the 1onditidnol which proved lhat j t e mUr red to tft hsd used then odrett4i43i6L1fle l hW fr t tn4 ir ia them Upon the foot iy as ATtJajTger far Iftr et that attY 3 apon evf seen by tthe rt ilo v baforje or afLeiaPd it a5 iJi dsahtedt the hiltytnc it cxnld easily bfe seen that l5s was the weapon ed in coenfrait ting the crime With furthei investigation djficullies wert mot it1Nota cents worth ol pToperty wasvtriissingi Notbfcaj bad baen dkt bed except tb rolls ofcjoh had baen slightly jj Stled outof place by tb6 sttjg Xlo between the two men Tbf small iatHer trunk of Burke wticlr had been besi o his be- ckiithbaenbrokibpe1atd the contents scatttru o ft tbe rm butasfaraseverk o aiO i had been carried away Nuwod hdeeIt lrlJoVo 1hat tel9 wa- anyibirig of value io tbc trul If wxcepVtbewpaiing apparell oi 4ts owutir It was pith that rob tery waa nut thfo moiveali hough the vviedPow vas open Kc bnu passing 4bo jtreets 0 nocuieJivngin Uhe njciirhborbond had ebdliatarbed dating th J vtJJrf arn8ii1k F i aFined greatlylediioij njici the circulation healthy and vigoroas For then alt refuse matter is 5ystejntx v fermetitationvpuld takeplaccrth tl pd b coiire pol Inted and the consti ttition Eo yrcakoned that a simplo aauJady ntightrcsuit seriously health active circulation means good digestion atia Strong liealthjf nerves Aablocd ipunfiftr antI tonic SS S has no equal ltis thesaEest and best tifmedy for old peple and children 14casieontanarominera1s but ijiaade escluahely of roots and herbs thorolghlyn1ufetIettua1ly sss p u ri ieSrAtth 54i1ni time t builds ciebihitated rates the eritiresvs maunezfbIood writetlUon mr haud and face for littlewbtteendcropoUed The dbctors d11 ni ro good r =wjtboUotbenetit ebiiaZrJiayecurdhr at Cencer e tt bjt oeo =tad Jrlaada UiJitr MM b theeg r GtdaerVi II 0 tIe uL7i1roMtoIofOn sad s ppptre4 writPhYi1IIt1W edcerec tofU k nigni The weapon which the nsqasioIud l1L bean d i1u vas 0f unusual feiz1 and ourfc0 and lio one w IS PVlT foo diboCould or would say that he nad ever seen itb9Jr2 ThB murderer ot Burke was ever f undLO clue as to his iLIentitM vas ever discovered the motive for the crime con d uev r bj cnjottI lired if hehad an ne uy it was tint known Trie uiurdete left beh nd bimth t pvidncetiat le did not less his preset eof m nd after fiomccittin be aead The wash basin in IBurkes roAm show d that the murderer hud washed the blood stains from hs hand and clothing and blood drupsi oto the floor showed tin t the murderer received a wound from iuriies shaars After qalting the room thassasin locked the tbe door behind him taking lh1 tey with him The murder has alwaysTSnained mystery but many conjectured that Burks ttada readly enemy who hid dogged Dim to his Retttuckv loma and found revenge Stan Urd Remarkable Twins The Coleman twins Sidney Lcd Smithfrom Anderiorti ioutity spent the day Here Wed a sday They look as much like as onellabbit dodd another and are world beaiers They nar red sisters the wedding dug a ouble o tP the same ninijter porfotmirig the Caej nooy Each had ihreo ch Urenj the first child being a on botbj eing born the sine hour 6f the ianaaday and in the same h usa The se ond cild of each is a irl both rnaithtbOir appjar a ce Jn the world the same day he third child of each fs atso a girl they jjiopi bemg ornon the sa me day Telepathy teems to exist botwren tbe tvrb brother S nje time since Sth was t home in a field and when fee wet t to bis dinner he told ihb women that Sid who was t4n mites awa with a thresher mus liae hurt hs foot for he had felt a shock tt 10 oclock Sure ecdftgh that afternoor Sid came hbtie with tbreerjcasbed toes The twins are twentw eight jears aid ard rceSh exactly the sameHarro- ds1iurg Democra- tirhi si ffarih frmraolng cough t le a dose of FoleyaHon ahd Tar The Bareness will be re iSvyd and a warm gratetal feeHn and healing of the parts affected will be experienced Wood Wimsatu lIr7omcn Dtnnut Ii Prlnce Deptlstry Is now rtnncccptcd and often flourishing orofosslon of women W Frnucc la ii cOuntry town of SclnectAlarnc rionr lilcli am stay lag writes u fcofrospbndent of The stuilnstir tJazeltr a qualified young lady dentlBtenf Jys ibe monopoly of tooth drrtwlnjr a dentists busl hiss In piDvluciarKiauce consisting little else reach country folk OtI of the vrcalthlcrsort rarely If ever in dulge ttla setolr false teeth When they lose thefr ottntliey get on its best lbuy can without But an aching tooth which interferes Mrlth business must co and the cost or extraction Is within he reach of allr1vo francs is the modest teeS toY If consultation of the young ladyjflsfnamed and she Is said to be cfrem ly dexterous in handling tIc forceps But then Frenchwomen ore the 1st dexterous creatures in the world let them put their hand to Uie1U Imfit demcnt on Rice Tbrorrltiir- At it pretty coimtryiweddlng the pins zas qdd lifwu were beautifully decorat ed with hydrJingcns which the exten sive fir eIff of the brides home fur nisbcJln unusual profusion The altar arranged tftone end of tile parlor was beautifully decorated and bowered with tlie srttoe blooms mingled with ftrns arili uVergreens Bunches of the bloHSoihsfStCKxt large jars and vases in the spacious hall and banked the great fireplace Wben the newly wed ded prffr started awziyln tbe late after noon tlie guests lined the way from the Iiotisoto tbe entrance gate of the grounds every one provided with by Irangins ncd through this lane of pcJt lug floors the bridal carriage was driven il was n poetic nnd pic rturesqtecuang j from the nsuftl rice shower fiown nod flog tb Mafcfi At d recent at home In Paris a well known tlety woman flfJpenred Iii a blue RrSy gown trimmed tvlltrblue chiffon And rlbbpu Her qpij badrn tiny gray cape of the samethttMlas liergowuAncLnblne safneoiazr and ribbon attached to it Th dolfgle was Uny and fluffy dna4 Itffbts mistress arms lookod like a iitti The Wbole comblaatlua bad evidently b eri care rfulJy studlsd I ri1IttMtit SCh OOL OF DOMESTIC ARTS Chit ttb tntcrprUe Ortr Which Mile lee1det give the worla rt new evidence of their progres Blvd css A week hence they will open the School of Domestic Arts mid Science This school to use lniplc terms will teach cookery sewing dressmnk lug nllllnery and nursing Its cunIc uluir will be so broad iaa to embrace most of the essentials pf good housi wife y iIf brIde to be dehsely ignorant of dom stlc economy wishes to become h wori by helpmate of H man struggling upw ird In the world she cancel n weB MISS ISABEL tfDTfcUlD t ron deil training at This Institution It a w fe who has been accustomed to do tbltgs bj rule of thumb Or taste of tongue wishes the fullness and einct ties of scientific knowledge Ihe can he icci immodated l If tileouns wouuin for ed to mate her own living aht3 to iractice any of the domestic fcrtSi she may start as an expert by a proper cou b of preparation and reap the ef res ondlng reward of dollars and blest ing TJO director of the school will be Mis Isabel D Bullard a recognized lea er In this Work She will also act as nstructor In cookery Miss Hewl ett Connor who was instructor in ing dressmaking and millinery at tIlt institute will hold the same tloi with the new school These two teachers will haye assistance as need ed Chicago RccordHerald Most Skilled ttustnlvrorker G ronlmo the Apache chtef at the IcdJan cou rress has executed another dcs gn for his daughter Bright Eyes to coriiplttc in beadwork All the magnificent beadwork made by the squaws and princesses of the Indian congress has been designed by Ge onlmo For two dtlys and nights he ins been working on n design that ISIMarvelous He has laid out the Tern pIe of Music exterior find Interior vie y He has mapped out the sur rou idlngs of and all the Incidents lend lag up to the assassination of Presl Oett McKinley The design shows the president and the assassin the shots the revolver the Mllburn reel diEcc the deathbed scene etc II has been Sent to Geronlmos datghter Princess Bright Eyes who is it Fort Silk She will work It In beads It Is estimated that It will take over 3OOftX0 beads and about two years work to finish the beautiful difficult piece andI eronlmo says he is going to to be government when finished His daughter Is the most skilled beadwork pit or Jdsince she began the art eneral Manager Cummins of tbe In dirn congress expects to have Princess Br ght Eyes here at the congress Birf fnlo Express The Codti bf Slnnnr i Itooks of manners and etiquette seem rather to the fore Just now but al the ugh they may be very well In their wry they very seldom meet the un to oseea emergencies of awkwardness onrronted1otrcduced Into cedes of manners Is that we ought to do td dtbers not exactly as we would iisb them to do to ourselves bu as they actually do Home iwople an very fussy and punctilious over tbir eugngements antI appointments TI ey write two or three little notes where one would suffice and expect an swers to them nil Presumably they fit d life long enough tb net In this way to card every one We should not find It so ourselrtfs tior would our other friends care to adopt the plan but to w rd those who show by example that tb y expect it we cnn without much tr ubli shoe pleasure by o willing reI spDnse while with those who seem to like everything settled briefly we should try to avoid tiresome detail Some friends are excited If guests are in the least late others are npr ready It they arrive to the minute and there ar dozens of other IItle indlvlduali tics which kind feeling as well as good manners Should lead us to observe PllHWelpbla Ledger Wbtnen and Athletic Dreis writer In a ladles journal has been tadrig totask the athletic woman who dt ns short skirts The spirit of uri Y se freedom at sports she says lit asserting itself strou fl In the matter of dress I thin when say that the athletic dress of women Is being abus ec flint am alinply stating a fact wtikh has become painfully apparent to all right minded people We need oily look nt 5oii1of the wheelwomen vlio ride over Our roods and through ot r streets to See bow far and to what a vulgar extent this abuse has be 1Ic erled That women are at a serlotl dl advantage fit ftny outdoor exercla w A their long skirts no one can deny F r n vomun to be comfortable at her athletics she tuust have n skirt shorter tlan that which she wears on the streets or In the house And no one will for a moment criticise a woman for wearing a dress which will give her freedom of movement But this does hut mean that she should Jon a gar ent scant as t6 leave her limbs ex p Seth It is sad enough wbeu we see n iry yonng gfrl In these abbreviated hlotle skirts but at iiiis wo call 8t1 tiibnte It to a youthful Indiscretion B at nothing Is more pitiable than such an exhibition froto it womatr old ci ought to ktootv beU r fevettTBbrVfd bi condemned Is the cpstoffi whlcii lnginl ternpon tlrs when they really haven thought biuthMtrs There Ioir- laie excise for a womaiftoyippfeftr iIn ogft1net beatast q d collett gow inH tt fu ild g 1 j The oigtiie ot Knrito At the international congress of purses hMd tn nlorpnc bf later est transpired especially he fact that the newly elected president and vice president are tjvp American women who distinguished themselves 1n The SpanlshAmeiIcan war Dr Anita McGee of Washington and Dr Laura A Hughes of Boston Other Officers elected are Assistant vice presidents Miss Jean Walton of Nerv York Miss Mary Dryer of New York Dr isabel l Elliott Cown of Iowa Miss M E Dryer of Manila Miss McEray of the United States service In the Phlllpptns Annie Robbins of Santa Mesa Miss Elizabeth Porteous of Gnult Out Miss Mary Msselback of Newark N J and Miss Yosabella Water of New York8 recording secretary Miss Lola l Boston corresponding sec re- WIlSOrOf treasurer Mrs George Louis Chtrrh6town W Va Over 200 members w iiyittendance Lady Fcnwick coming froth London with a delegation of sixteen professional nurses The Mntlbce Girls Inflnenee It Is k mistake to suppose that I ever complained of the Influence bf the young girl In the dress clricle It Is to Ibel that I attributed the facftbat most nndIfashi ned as to believe that the test toimanyIyoung ladles Is whether the details of sayiladles and gentlemen are present I put forward this suggestion with diffi dence for I am convinced that It will not be received with approval Never theless I lmve always kept this test well before me In writing plays and I InconvenientIlyTall Mall Gazette A Qneena Coronation Robe The coronation robes of Queen Ade lalde consort of William IV Which InIMorayshlre were recent rtsent according to a persistent ru mor for some time to Windsor at Queen Alexandras request The ques tion naturally arises Are Queen Alex andrds coronation robes to be fashioned on the lines of Qucen Adelaides The robes are of black velvet with wing sleeves edged with gold trim ming Queen Adelaide had presented them to the Duchess of Gordon who was then mistress of the robes she be ing a Miss Brodie of Brodlfc before she married the then lordof Hurtly Spme Fashion In Mourn Injr For deep mourning there Is no doubt that crnpe Is still universally worn Widows gowns which ire 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 inourn big fabric Capes have been the pre lung mourning outdoor garment for some time and these are very elabo rntely trimmed with crape for deep grief either with Bouncings or pipings high collars Wool poplins trimmed wfth rouleaux of craie are very well worn especially with bodices opening over an undervest and collar band of era Paris Is threatened with a pearl fam The pearl necklace has become so fashionable not only with till lair Iari slehue but all the world over that pearls are learN and rarer Americans the Parisian Jewelers say are especial ly keen peon hunters A necklace which fifteen years vgo was worth 52000 will today sell for from 0000 to Interest In tapestry has been revived and couch cushions with tapestry coy ers are included In the seasons collec tlcjn and atc something of a relief from the silk and sntln and embroidered lin ens that have held sway for some time The Gibson sofa pillows in etching tints are as popular as ever Traveling bottles for medicines per fumes or spirits were never more en ticing than this season They are shown In unusual variety the bottles gilt or surer topped and handsomely cased In round leather boxes Many handsome pewter trophies In the shape of loving cups Jugs mugs tankards etc are provided for the season of sports the Individual decora tlou adapting them to use as prizes In golfing or yachting A REMARKABLE WOMAN The Terrible Experieneecof a TaI ented Vurklh Prince A rtniarkablc woman Is Princess Hnlric Husem daughter of the late Mabmoud Pasha lIen Ayad one of the most Influential nobles of Tunis The princess was brought up as are most Turkish girls bidden from the world and married at fifteen n man of her parents choosing Her husband All Nourl hey was a Turkish consul goner al He Is of Swedish descent which may probably account for his enlight cited Ideas and his hatred of tyranny antI the somewhat crooked policy of his Imperial despotic master The sultan did not approve of All Noun Keys enlightened Banner of looking at things and endeavored to lure him back to Turkey where he could deal with him more conveniently than at a distances Having had con lld erable experience of Turkish prisons All Nourl Boy then consul at Hotter dam refused to return and sent his res ignation to the sultan who In uluco of accepting It sentenced him to 101 years ImprIsonment- After many adventures and hairbreadth escapes the princess with her maid and two little children succeeded in Joining her husband at Athens nod from there Journeyed to London She is now endrnvoriilg by lectures nod writings to siroiise In the hearts of English and European women sympathy for aDd Interest In Turkish women The princess father had in his harem from 400 to 500 slaves and the present sultan Abdul Hamld chose a wife tram limon them These were the ear ly surroundings of the princess She knew all the ins and outs of the lives of the Turkish women of rank their hab its customs and occupations their suf ferings and aspirations often ruthless ly quenched by severe punishments and death European women have been permit toni to Visit tie haretus and have writ ten accouijts of thelf rlslts but they only saw what they were permitted to see and till reftl life behind the veil was hidden from them The priiices IS probably Hie first Turkish Woman 5f rank to load1 a life ot freedorit und Independence fll she doei SUe doetjot enrJEuropean ostume hilt tier ChIldren nnd husband do iTheoufdoof costump of Turkish worn1 en wbfltCvr1ip1 dUffrlnp i of the same mOtelmI to Ihe edge of- 1tjIch is fastened n thick black yell thefagaNew1Yor ics e In rkttft bf the Needle All manner f arguments are being put forward itide slllyseason correspondence 1inrit a dozen daily and wCely pbpesrm ttiewpoe ot cajoling or frightening Wbinilii back into becoming the excellent housewives wlrlchourgrnutImotbers are said toi have been But the cleverest argument In favor of a return to the vanishing ddincstlcltlcs is put Torwnrd byiltt French lady In the columns of a Part slant contemporary Turning fron housewifery in general to the art ojthejieedle site says ft cannot be denied that a pretty hand wielding this delicate weapon a pretty figure bending over a piece of work a pair of brlglit eyes thoughtful ly attentively considering the article In hand bave a charm of their own The attitude of calm serenity and Innocence is moreover n delightful piece of co coJ1aasttoImestlcated woman back to the for silken worktable surely this vision of herself ought to do so It Is certainly more attractive than the woman on her wheel or on her automobile as she maybe seen all orer Prince Westminster Gazette Iomen Voters In Anitrnlln ISThe Womans Sphere a monthly which comes from Melbourne Austin lla finds that tile possession of the ballot is an advantage to women says ItI Ieratl Is already very evident that n will secure for Australian wo men beneficent legislation that In spite of many years persistent efforts they have not been able to obtain their own separate state The federal fran chlse is a certainty The pnbllcscrvlco bill as sent frwin the house of repre gehtatlves nearly trebles the minimum salary to be paid to women in the postal department and Senator DobIsops dlvprce bill will go far equalizing the divorce law for men anti women Wllhclmlnaa Wfcltv Gown The young queen Of Holland Is tank ing white 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 Wjlljelmlna appeared at break 10wl11Ofvooh Ifer wedding gown was whiteI silver mid very mngnlficpnt white velvet dress site wore when mak- Ing her public entry Into Amsterdam It was trimmed with sable with an ermine mantle Neweet nlhl Fnncy A chnnge from the multitude of Jew eled rings that everybody Wears Is fancy for plain broad gold ones tbeI cent of stones or tooling with a date in simple squnre figures One woman wimp does cot consider sentiment old fashioned wears three the first with the year of her engagcntenttbe second with the year of her marriage and the j third with that of tire birth of her sonyoung AN IOWA SUFFRAGIST The Woman Wlio In to Lend the Movement ThU Winter Mrs Evelyn II Beldcn cf Sioux City will have charge of the equal suffrage movement In the Iowacoming legislature Mrs BtMdcn Is president of thIlcvn Equal Suffrage association uQII was In charge of the legislative work in the state two years ago At that titan the bill passed the sen tHe by a vote of 21 to 2J but because nototlILlS BBLDEX votes of the required constitutional ma jority In the house tin committee re jwrted the bill for passage but a mi nority report was Introduced This was defeated by a vote of 48 to 47 but when the original bill cnme up for adoption the friends of the measure were not able to muster all their former strength and lost by a vote of 50 to 43 Encouraged by the splendid showing made In legislature at the last see sion the 8un rngJnts have been waging an active cami ilgn nod declare that their prospects for victory this winter are very bright A number of the mew bets of the legislature who voted against nuasure in the twenty eighth general assembly have been tie fiated for renouilnntlon and it Is said that the suffragists were wore or less responsible for the result Coor tl8 Llrlnpr The problem of how the baehelorglrl or the unattached woman of any age sluill llye and move nUll have her being is one of those which remains to be lttlitl For the business woman ou n good salary the average bonrdlug house has no attractions but the Urst class boarding lurff charges such exorbi tant prices tur what received that she rebels A womans hotel such ns hn1 been tried In Boston and New York lit mod erate prices would meet the demand of many but there Is a certain class of women special teachers professional women and builneso women holding responsible and lucrative positions desire more of the privacy of vhoI plflceIkeeping offers perhaps the most feasi ble solution in this manner two or nlro women may secure Independence find comfort At moderate expenditure Those who have tried It assert that the cooperative plan with the compan icnshlp of two or more congenial wo nan companions bnirn broadening ef ttctonettch and that the Indlvldr Expenditure small compared the comfort obtan 1Iiiipd6 l 1n1cacdmy sore cull aching lancing abetting pains then rob l1av htiood poison or the beltilbng of a deadly caocr Dont experiment flit take fiontnc blood balm made enpe ially bears malignant blood troubles iflft tncie named above and itching scAby cma tr I llood humors etc Heals Yery solo aid i ops all aches and pains Try It cts oat oe dollar at druggists Tro tmcttt reeby writing to DrOlllamflOOMUljellt vtlantaOa Describe troublel ald frett edlc1t advice gien Medicine ilmtib icdical adviccstsnt at once prep lid b p rgaoteJ ly Dr Xillam over vcafe ego Tnousatds bavebeencurdJD1lnf titter doctors and patent med IDes ban iterly failed Botanic blood balm rfvs life vigor and ttrendth to the blood malt lag ii pure cud rich IN THE NURSERY She aiotbvrs Serfon Problem In Ilearloff Her Children Young motherahre prone to err on the side of ove strlctness In the maO ngemcnt of th little ones The days of extreme seferlty It is true have passed away and children are not as a hundred years ago they were In fear of their parents Time rod the sllpuer and similar Instruments of physical torture hove disappeared front the homes of well bred people and loving mothers do not stow think It their duty to break the will of a little chUd But punishment still plays too large n part In the nursery A sensitive child tony be woundedl In spirit by undue rigor us deeply formerly be was hurt In body by blows Children must indeed be restrained from tioingvmttg nnd shown how to tlorlght but prohibition nUll penalty should be Iept much In the background and example and 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 soy Go1 better to lead than to drive Every mother knows that In her family there Tare marked oppoaitos and diversities of temperament and tJlspo sltion One child must be held back another spurred on One Is subject to Impulses ot fury 1s vehement easily roused and easily soothvd Another la slow to anger but sullen antI morose requiring to bt shown the value of self control from tIne very start When mothers clubs meet they dis cuss mn yot problems which every household meets and 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 and well who retains her childrens confidence who sets them an example of courage truth and devotion to principle Is doing for them what no whipping find scolding and doI unselfish benutyIt of altruism and behave to them with perfect courtesy The father who Is uniformly graclqas in his bearing at horne will have sons who are neither brusque nor boorish Time mother who Is always gentle loving and serene will have no loud tones nor quarrels In her 1domalnFrchnn e to Vote Is reported saying about the education of boys anti girls We all aspired to the prizes but the girls not only aspire Hut they perspire and gpnerally get thereTlwrec- ent report of Dean Crow of Northwest ern university shows that while per cent of male students were marked poor only 20 per cent of female students were so marked during the first semester During the second half or the year the markings were fz per cent the men ns against 5 percent of the This would seem to IndicateIot only a higher grade of scholarship better staying qualities Jn toe fernl nine makeup Time question ofttlmes presents Itself to the Inquiring mind as tor how long P1YIthetax for the education of girls and yet excuse them from the common duties 1uIcntextra girls ought not to be represented or misrepresented by Inferior men A Rlnsr In Lloa of Don Being cut by a king has Its c mpn sntlons Rrjane the Idol of the Paris singe met lidward VII king of Groat Britain Ireland atul other places too numerous to mention Kejnno smiled and bowed to tile majesty but Edward looked dreamily before him ns If be bad seen no one not to speak of so charming n frlend Rejauv A few boutshant the actress recplv ed a jiHssngo nt her hotel It was from king who explained that rea son he lied not siluU d her When they met was that his circumstances bail changed nail be was bound band nUll root by etiquette or words to that fect The message was accompanied by a sapphire ring Uejnne has SPOilt of humor and didnt mind In nII Icnst neclplln n Jewel trolUU who wouldnt bow fo her lint site confided lu all ParisNcw York Coin meicla1 Adrectlser A BUter nrlrf The sisters of Japan take theN broth erV wlucatlons more seriously than the sisters of Yale and Harvard dOI young man from In inn went to Nail rlofainlnntlonH The student failed to and returne to InpncL Shortly imsSt the professor received a letter from t the young mans sister saying that she could not bent the disgrace of her brothers fhlltin rind WitS going to kill icrself She ndvlsetl rite professor to do the vnme thing professor wrote to her begging hvr to her mjnd and not carry out ChnnJeI purpose Ill reply he received n letter from the brother saying that his slsjter ma dead Finger Crdirdtd With tiltig- Ulugs for the finger grow larger and more valuable every daybut fewer pro wcjrft althoHgh ieOiie cram as many OS1sllletiny one wearing a ring on thefimet oh middle finger gives a fashionable mind ed woman quite a shock very large dlfimondfl are chosen to lathe a hoop ring wnltn Is the favorite jjpe for U5mottipntniid It naYbeHl r found tlmat to tve r lydlnmonds the tlilrittltfgpr with Jnrgernby em ofald or fchpiihlre on the little finger prmducm a good effect t J t f a LXIGTOI IWlESTIFNtg JEANQN BRANCH A A Mafi3r 1 lOVA GROWTHI a J tPatti 631Th1iilfay1tiO i mmnt 2OOO by The reversing Lexingru the plan Investment CCmpttnydoes businest1jf J1t in rancebas t tdie Live Inmurnce Comaniesy h1ie tims t1h A few Oftheir inetnbers il KffWepayaeniallr sthot1ofj tIfor every oneedChved fromtftem pay tmembete there dotlt lt rhc Lexington Itlvestmwt Co Un tuen4yei11ther I vestmentCos I plan ofltt 1Bcan e it pays jrorcttfoney J it f I ecausfe itfter the third jnmnetit thctartnberis eligible to t tra cash Jtcertifici itsopons regu1arord fOur strength hke Iifeimmsuratmce lies in etaznet JfInsurehip No mejdical examination r U1redii r f T SCOTT MAtES A A p Loq1Agent atSprrngfle1d- m i I BUSINESS DUCATi tri a abjolulely necessary to to the young man or young vromau who would would win iuccoin in life This being conceded it Is of first imp rtanco to get your training at the school thai stands in the front rAnk ICteachersIC r SHORTND1ELEGAPHY ta f you fi BRYANT ough Steeper Texas ll ak nglbe E ttOJ1I ffrlt Yr the uhLJf t Memphis to Te Ljibed nigh j leeper is because theGotton Belt t II thrpugh Sleeper while no F line t tSIdesS1feps hc8mtraln cany CaIe Cm dud cifc I I dF7et CIicno de7id hi I 1IIIht F Jr whe fOJfw r the uxttoit naossua I trIpr w If fto t I I l1 JJ f l j 19 LtlMStrT1rsifite I 2 Bottle Peat Sufferers Does your Skin Itch or Burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you companyDoScabsHair or Scalp Hare you Eczema Sore anti Cracked Rash form the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples BonePains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores symptoolsPoisons in the biood To cure to stay cured take B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and toIthe skin to become clear and the breath sweet BB B isju the rem edy you have been loo ig for thoroughly tested for jean Our readers Are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at toper large bottle SIerca bottle To ufferert may testit a trial bottle AddresBLOODDescribe your trouble and free persoi k The bfct Magazines and Nev spmpers published in tte country ofieubd at re duccd rates jrt NE W L ER subscriBers = WITH NtLKltDJrn Louisville roar daily 275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Home anti Farm Ii40 Fa mers Home Journal 1 76 CommorcialTribune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Silver Knight lM St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17f Century Magaajne 45G list Nicholas y fi50 Southern Florist arid Gacfionr mi Mayflower 130- HapersMajioaine itOO HorptcrSWeektl 4 2q Harpers Barar 45l- arpers Honoil lablo 0 2S 5IMcClnres Magazine 180 Review of Reviews t t 3 New York Weekly a nun 125 The Arena lOO MqOlln Mathio 12Q 2 W I badarnrlnlng sore oh roV leg 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TticeiWeek CoierJoirft11 j DFMOfcrlATIC IN 1HM ITICI Pnltilshed ev ty Wednesday and it A uiday 104 papers one yejjr for =r Tire TwzCgAKIt omntian7orxjsi fo the eqnalof many dailies atd the auperlot of all ojtbar papers It rrlnta mofp fcal fflaws morb goodv61as faatttr mpre good WednesdaylaidaieentsV Samplecopree free onsappllcatlo Write to I tlJRiflitiAL CS BY A PECML RRAGEEll YOU 01rrTHEr PL1VS Ec1a t fl1Et4a it ivItEMQILk COIJRIERSJIUNAI folk beiesap t rprity 1olrhifs Is iSr ca8subRcrtfitlbni on b AiLaiiberipticfis 1tmder cnnbi5 than ftflVc iniitt b ilbut tliroitgh tk Nw lLnriqtflen llsdrs bht an4pfltf qnIokT vurd by lanntSLarpe tba t oat tea nc Hff fcls iIJS tho frorld Voo3 WJnwatt I i Al1 i yThonas W4Ikr b PiOl1LL WaxkU dative 6 tS CUUL IL WhO ba I5aec jcticiQg oksun Iii Esiuis i tora ttidiedjS I3orne11Lhat tg H1u s FLt L3r1htr ntt o i r ILuus t ouiI3 4FdtItr fl ft1J svifkf LtIUtS ILs IIiE fot 1Twitg1iitUte Q Va1ker- Yfl JI PiIIMV4erotiii Id isaIaicrdsc ti tfertUli t z E 1reliEesz 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biitl nen or landoo dygUint djihter dai iigdeitIi on ttie tiring lioo no ytctir eciiei bcLpe crovd aid appUudeB by ui admirlng peo p o out thq Sttdfast mil vhO filers up tht Task heaven jp fijloitd him to do aid tririiugh jny dUll so trow tstorm ttt d gtiie fl IUp aud heaUh clintf ti it lbiL c l1ed to lay it dottny F AUno OI 0tirtBtient en 1iir4rni1 rbu ever before v theirt yks i1flflS LLih LvUIy saying Be Lflo1HthT11l tht deai i I ILgiiatGti jk CIOJVr ot giuy Lii WEkr sebs 1i1i1enr chiliiren abouL him AbtieIiur ot uii d it Jt tli se 2I Qf1tJVt ertt aiif- r J l ViLj krc3 w hise a iiiu it jinn days Wi1O3Igbt tttt 1iPfffUep1Oy tub LL3 JI ti U AFIDai rf WiiO lijd o t e property b l3giIigLO MiAnnaLhrndoii tiritr pipCirSjrI g ii QJO4fJ fiI ie etlro s of a duse pi m r Cbttirrh luw become suck a common 4ziicetlzL f JperHJu cnlicely free fsoin t1L ieju litsg toiiiplaifit is seldom met ftilli Hi tonay to epcak of Catarrh jaijothiiij jn rq erJgs than a btii cold JflttiftIftcij tije iiose t rI Ic t i con plctcdaad 7 ilVY if not nt first it itUi1C3 I i e i qiicc1jconimlinRted by Li Ioil sUoitp n tie1oiri tbroii p6ri3Mtjie7Meiii te gcuertil circuatfpi 3CRmcd to all flriTcn ilet and pprays are isatis slcry riAAJBhpppSatiiig because tlicvdo ac reacU i he srat ot the trdiihlei S S S dc It tf sc ihc blood of the poispu atri lii froVij thfc sjstcni ol catar h il 3rtit JonS iiI tliuscur sthproUghly n11iIcj the worst ase rit5 lvcUng ci raaIT tc sri- iii unilnl r iift all tlie tlLsarr eu wlifcl U to tluit dbnse atur Ui =h ntskfr life p bifut nd unentiumblc I used I meiIcine1recfbtdb I III21 pbik atq eitd mffcertett W nnmbcrm of friends Intf willioaf r8tr S Jt Id ttie stirjtectd mttm me taking eighteen 4LbOttit injroplnlon 8 8 S U the only medl ehHSov la UMtitiU elept s pena nent cure I y SSS is the only purely veg purifierknpwn estf o5all blood mecti dnr nnrl tnnli If ypu JjSive Cttfarrltdonfwnittiritilit becofeiesf decjHsealcd olid chronic but be rjittaitoiice ustf of S5cSaud send icrouf book on Bfood and 8km rDiseaaea l TJte 6urphyslciil9 about yourcasc tM5wFl SZCJtCCGATLAMThU I SofiSe Reasons Why Yob Od- cUIEU HMtS 01n- cqualedby any oUt- ereisderrdlethe soft specially prepared cepoUt satcr- A heytodied oil HARWEFSAn cotf you1iarnis Never burls tle leatber Erncnc fncrcniitl cUrs bstSerlce t1tcUeskept rpift breaking OiL3 sold in nil iocalIti t j giiap4Oi1Xonp- ftje fi half jfcis onneptel With hesuicideaS neai as we r eiIaLtii uceuunfc ol pre e itOfthtokHthauhis old a vii lastJappfoScuiujf uudjKh 9b4flC8 to earuirig 1Jiig J- obsfauj1y yere Slipilflg gr d uaily away Whilaihfe was cJn vhat addicted to 44Qk and it dme1ies jt theibest of lnm rde was Luvrit 0 ei trouble Hwibaniuduymiinc1severaI 7hO SI lifmeay tiVeuoMced that hei ct el viry queer ai d to a few ii li imaied that Le was going tu1 ti tifis ke iv v TuasJnv BaorniDfj itt his hrjnV- ftq tjld oueot the m racers uf iii family that he was gains to lujlih mslf bJtthev pii4 lit I no le ttii ItEM he auuld dare to pujit i to exEcution bat aite several bOurm lie lapatd tiJtc uncousjuiL njjss and a jihydicirti ws smii 109 ed but the unforttmaie ra in was bojpnd the power of u u ill it iia said uiut b foft la lied he rallied sulficieuilv to U It those around biin that the dr was morphine ana that he h id purchased in Lebanon Monday rb6 bottle con ainiug the r phine was found but there w is no label uj on it to stov hai it cou tamed Thc nat inent of he dviug man that he purchased the drug in tubs city granting lie UTdde 3 ull a s ittftnrilt nod it was true bears Upon iti fucu ilie certaiutv hat it was not purchas ed uteitnvr of the drug siorc as theism is a penally attKcnfd Srliipg poisons withiui a laDt aud besides they woulJ Loistli sUjh siuif to an irresuonsiolii persjnr YoiVQl wa oiorethuQ 50 yea fag Ho was bora near Brad furdsville in this county ud e n red theOnion army when a roerolavfiPplBt marJe a brac sold err iiidl served with Wood fords cavalry Wfile he vt nBver seeking tribe he w s known iu b feirles an1 was aroxious to xo and light when wa declared auint iSp tin Best the lucojni Jrotri bib farm hedrfv ar pensiou br hisj vicas ia tin ciyh war Yowflis wise wha su VHes1 him is a sifter of Oh pi PuIce Nat W lUors Hi Thrbe children ais survive hni twa boyf and ona daughter who iis theyjf pfe AI CleiiKnls iCkS tiitn uf ibis ny Core iitr Lia vsv itO rtMnrii y 4Lidiiy uO Ui p iiiurMn hnlJ ue irjU3J l ferd bt Inu tint PJrTan nrtt n d a airvcldQ ii lit tnt lTanLe iMilslei d with U1tudat IIikflJ Million Falcon WJO vjjiiA N D JEVELS liCJfl3 t1Wi uul ihivt is tieorder of a woruc a ijfetrnr njet tclty pJirayorapro worUnd EVIMI n RptftWfct of tIi jjc ais rahltin iiia di ti s ItffJUtYii ris t uc ti urchs tii UiII f fo a rik lvr he Mli to g he ic ad gjmi thti le h ffrtMt iii t t1 le1en ZI4 lI f ularusol D Js eels tn SyiAJp it1Ii Iy couSdmpti n in iiiailv MIj e an oed o ffft vl uijj i paonrhia ti1 ts njJ Jjivo t4 lieutJ jfistM o frosn ih f st m ft is tin a ct ni bu 15 50 Uifa cure for roj iis ird all birthjaI trnht s catt rget Dr G G i r ns lt rhidi t iirbrtsiin Ot rten S- I4ttflt1e JJnck ofcc should never be negJee tdd It mean kidney disorder ybic If allowed cmm too lung may reiul Brl htB dfIbIg9 diabetes or other ious aivt otton fatal coaaplainte Oh ra KJLdufy rure makes the kid leys well Vcod Wnneatt VVlfen ydtthA Oi1 eppn1td itwi 3oarf di fdull after ci4 iiiCpffnrtY bnoAT that you need Ofiiizilin tout anc lJivi Pri w 15 5iita Sam h frA Jit HaYpou d RebJrtfiou 4e n64C ct qs- 3iSi IOPOf Awfbl Experience with Indians in early days bt Nelson lbunty Ih 1791 hVu brpt hej s Hora tnd Jngae Hart and their brot er jhlHvc unwed Louiii Mitt m s t tUd in NeUorl county rot far frum Salt lliveir A iradinji iibaiion was stuthistfed an3 a bitsk business cUi id ow with Le Indl ius who appeared to be very fridndly Durng the ye- a4fv othor einigrams anived tjiid e1ednear lhU4r If the settlors unf rufaiv soM a knoicf whiskey tii tt Ind tan ho cairiei it avsywith them lo thtir camp The reX dav Thesettenaeiit was atacked by ibont oue haudrod Indians The cELarts were sharing sheep when attacked At tbe tiist tire Iron jho iioiaos one of lnem fell dead and tte other mortally wounded The wounded man rant the fabi got his b otter wvifeanj the r ito iufaiis i to the cabjn barred the door an i fell deaM T ne t vo Mrs Har were now left to defeud tnem selves anSi heir babies aeainst t e bojdthirsiy s iviges They had a iifle in their noose bp1 could find no ballets One t l ihem tinning a musket ball oil nt 10 two with her tenth ruuuiidi one pice down hir iifle utm uutiuig the gun through a smal1 apertiirr in the wail tutd t at an Ii dun who was si tng in a log uear the cabin A tin crack of therifk hft sprang high iu the air nd fell deadT The In dians tried to brelc the door aper but f iiliiitf thy nred set eal shuts iIto it But it was mane of thick puncheons and arid tve balls would not pen- etahrit A a last resort they sprung on tp of Ihy cabin and kindled a tire but one ot the beroic women climbed into the loft and threw water on the fire until she put it out Again the Indians tired the roof and tuis time ihere was no waer in the houte Sill remaining io the Iifi the brave womun called for the eggs winch had been cot lecUd sn he house these sh broke and tr rjA on thw tir Ill 4 was PX in uished At thi niomert a ball ended th 11fU the bravo woman Ru hing iou the cabin t e lodi ins cxptuj eU tae remiiniog woman HticJ the children iud after robbibg the station uf what llipy deSired llo luildi gs verf tired ani burnt t the ground It was found thai uln T et tiers had been murder d about the panie time The Indians then left for ti eiv set llement ifaking Mrs rlart with hew News of tie aim k soon reached the nearby settlements and a company was organised and st rted ate the blobdlnirst and thfiyintr xya ei On the road two drunken Indians wore captured wno reported to the men ihat Mrs Hart and the children were at the Indiau camp nut far away Taking the cap lives with them the mon hurried on to attempt the rescue of Ili Unfortunate women tied children Alien cmisultaiiou it was de cideJ to olfer time Indian piiu- r in exchange for the white ijP tic itdijc thy CiLLIJ- h 1uti uI ii nitvliis f tiiCuo poi covMiM iIvith futis four Uc wftj UftiiiKio yfi jnn canj irnl t tftt iresiuM Jff pt isuiif r Thfc nuji sitrt rrtiiitifl IclnI iri Hart aid nietiiii and Uiiiy aii ibio ds ttKMj frouj jittj it iun io uviri sfiirii IIi t IT I IiokitSlf jiilK ut s r fOVflt d LL W Wine of Cardui iis the guardian of womans IxJulth and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the triale of prefmnuy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy npd jjjBventing Hooding and inls canlage It gently leadsl her through the dangerous period known ns thp change of li- feWEorAWcures lyucorrhcea falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every iurni It valuable in every trying period of a womans life It reinforces nervous system ticta dirtctry on the gout tal organs and iis the finest tonic foi women Known Ask you druggist for a 81 bottle of Vine of Cawlui BfttosTlllis Ala July Sin uslix Yiuc of Cardui and iliei- fora s BlactDrauKhttuid I ttldlflortct Mrcisdy Sevenil la dle5 bets thc niemcrnM lathcir imcrsr cI t1o I luavo thres gira roaz4pt bfradur ing I tOg6tUHdEiOdttJ1I g Kentucky SyaDdard 1Hows This We offhr Ono Htl dOT DoIltfWReward roiniry cthC ilitiUrh thnt jtSvhnoXrbe cuicti by HaU gatprrhq re r F J CllISNUY C0Prunn Toledo O Yo the itndcrsitjndcJ1 hate known F J Olionpy forthfl last 15 y arn Ic lieve niuipoiTocllr lionoiable innll litters transactions financially ttblo to carry out any obligation uiado by their linn WKST TTOAX Vhoiesnle DruRKlBta Toledo WALDISO KJNNAN k JIARVIN Whole salt Druggists T51 do O Halls IMtarrh Cure is taken inlornallj acting dirsntlv upon tho iilood and mu cous Kiirfacos of nyatem Pricei 75c 1per bottle Sold bv all UrngKista Tea timeulals tree S Aln nlls crown Point N V writes My wife auiffere froujkid fleX trouble for years She wan in dnced to try Foleys Kidney Cure and in less than a week after aha began using it she was greatly improved aid three bottles cured her Wood Wiaieatt All Litim ln Ierll- 1t just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes AI ford Bt of Welfare Tex otlipijpneAs and a lame back had made life a burden I could ut eat orsleep and felt almost too worn out to work when began to use Elec Inc Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like trip can eat anything bay gained in sireugth ana enjoy hard wrkThfy give vigorous htsalt ana new life to weaL sickly ruLd wn people Try ihem Oily 50c at Havdoa Robrtuin di ug st ir- eASquawManS L ovc W A lirazer wbobecause his virile languate and fine won painting hits boon called th America DKipliny contributes to 1the November Delineator tht best story tlut has ever coSb from his pen It is called The OffcdPting of Nichemous unf tells how a Squaw Man is caileo back to his desire f r culture bv some cultured neighbors only tt have his ap rotut S qu nched b 4 rebuff The rmih4abi t s reit of the story is inc eusn by ilustrations nMiliLc 1191 Tbe latest selling article have in my store write drug gist C T Smith of Dais Kv is Dr Kings New Dicovr lor Consumption Coughs aoo folds because it always cures In my six year oftIe it ha- uevar failed I rae Lrton tt tto ssiye sufferers from ThrOat nnd Lung dtseds who could ge no help from doctors or ainy othor remdy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it aud Hadon Robertson fnarauieo sati action or lefnnd once Trial bottles reo Regu lai szes 50c and One Bottle if Remicks Pepsin B ood Tonic xiII make you fairly sparkle with new life ald vigor Ior sale by Haydn Robertson Perhaps You Wonder if the tormcntitijf old that n rde last winter enc lonn niiscrj will he as bud thi year Cortainly not if you take Allens Fung Balsam when tickling and rawness diuiouiicv thq prisouce of the oldt n Miy Jn iu e ct the ooa to svoar itself out Tak mba ri rlit ronidv ii tiniL AUons Luiig itIruI fees frem cpuiui for Siile or rude Iicrcc iLtii Scit- tS iiu rig ti OttO 12 iIJ 54 n wer Hub r threshiig rig tractiotraad one Potty 1Lti en tutu Co sawmill W J De Huuiu Perry vilie Kv rl- JO 4t When suffering frjju racking cough take a dose ot Follys lionoy md Tsr The aorenesB will be relieved and a warm grateful feeling anti ncadn of the parts affecte wi bo experienced Wood Winisati The ICH Out An oUl oolirctl vuiinn was takli on tlc 3t1er ilay over tlu death lur bs1by as she wee coin frum lcui to the whlmn wus tu to her to tle ccnxtcry A wliitV ivbiinn tiho knew tier hnpiirued to be passing and sold sywjm1btticaJI Wlilcli one of your ohlldtdu in dead Aunt KlizaT The 0t In the bearsc tnoaocd the negress Atehlson Globe Tieeu Oxygen forms oiicHfthof the atmos phone eightninths of the waters and tiiAliiK all together one lialf of nil the materials of tIlt globe fur ns tliey are known As carbou istlio banls of all the organic substances of the world oxygen the supporter of life and combustion represents Its living epcr gles It Is easy enough to smile when jon trend upon rose leaves but try It wbeu each step leases blood prints upon the thorns Some of the lines In your facd may curve dowmvnrd then CASirOFMA Iha K1nYQ RvoA1ajs Bought sears tbq HOURGLASSESr TfhBy Bare Not Gone Out of Sfrlcj br ft ipMBT Shot Most people think that hourglasses weit out of style years ago said a ckrk in a Twentythird street store a19Og with perukes nud knee brefcjiies but as a luntter p fact we have liore calls for them today than we baYejhad at any time within last ten years That title renewed popularity of the hourglass augurs Its universal accept ance as a timepiece by coming gen eration I am not prepared to say but if such a renaissance frere to become assured it would be no more surpris lug titan spuiebf other recent fads based on a revival of lost customs Any way a brief study of tire bourglass will do nobody harm There are thou sands In thIs generation who have not slightest Idea what an hourglass looks like and It wont hurt thrum to broaden their education a little along certain lines Of the hourglasses sold at present the three minute glass Is in the lead This glass used almost exclusively to measure time In boiling eggs and its usefulness naturally places its sales a little In advance of tub more sent mental varieties Next come the five ten and fifteen minute and full hour glasses which are bought chiefly by musicians for piano practice and by lodges and secret societies sand used in an hourglass is the very finest that the world affords The western coast of Itnly furnishes most of It as It huts done for ages past The cost of hourglasses is regnlated by the ornamentation of the frames A glass set in a plain rosewood case can be bought forfl while a mnhpgany frame comes to 150 of 5 Of course the price can be brought up still higher fancy carving and decoration Swell lodges sometimes go to this extra ex pensi but most puoplb are satisfied with the cheaper grades New York Sun THE POULTRY YARD Gravel or cohrse sand Is as much necde as ordinary food All clilckfMisjwant or health growth tia good conditious Is plain unjirltIot food Even when the fowls have an unlim ICed range It Is a good plan to feed them every evening One of the first things to learn about poultry Is that they must be kept clean anti free from vermin Peafowls ate handsome and subsist with the least care of any kind of fowls They are prolific layers and a good protection against hawks Itjmw bone contains every part of an white yolk and such Therefore it should be kept constantly before lay ing liens In the granulated form One of the best ways of remOving lice front fowls is to make them do it them selves by having a lot of dry earth where they can dust themselves when ever they feel like it The comb is always an iadei to the condition of bird When the comb Is white or very pale or very black Roinithlng Is wrong A healthy fowl dhows a bright scarlet color in the comb Slnve to a Pillow There is In this clty n young man who tfpops on n pillow that one foot siiuare and oifly tour Inches thick a pillow that resembles a pancake He hoe 1Ii0tI it over since he was a baby When nt the nge of twelve he entered St Pauls school lie tyok it nil the way to New Hamptihrc with Him iiiul yhcnlic entered Harvard he took It to Cambridge also Starting on his wed thug journey he curried itt in his suit case When be went abroad tutu pil low went along And now when be la tvtMityiii hu more uttnchpd to tlic tiny thing than omar and will take It on the brUiiNt trips tvip of a day join to New York or on trips over nght to the country houses of ills friends He says that he has not once slept on anything but this pillow slimed he wns seven year old PhlladflplUa Itecord 8ndnei Bxplnln In Liverpool recently a sentimental young lady was on tlleCuuard steaui Full viiiay when site saw a young girl sitting on a trunk In an attitude of ut ter dejection and despair Poor thing thought the romantic lady Shells probably alone nod a stranger tIer pale cheeks mid great sad eyes toil eta broken heart a yearning for sympathy So she wont ovpr to traveler to win her court dcncc Crossed iu love she asked sympa Inca lea Xo replied the girl with a sigh eibijMfd lutlic Scrvla and nn awfully rougb passage too TitBits DIJnl Want It nt the Pple lirtve my opinion of you naroas kelly reujaiUetl hit lawyer lelt yuii mall Ueep It hotly retorted tue client The laht one had of SOil cost at live dollars Philadelphia Itecord 500 Worth Free FREE HOME TREATMENT Eczema Old Sores and Malignant Ulccrg Scrofula Varicose Ulcers Fistula positively cured Alsa all sltln dlfcaxe such pimples oa cucanatlagtrotii3c5Se ran pomlttvely be cured with Banner titans Gerinlcide Soap We guarantee to cura may of the above di caai with the use of our teat alone or tre will refund your money The most marvelous remedy and comUve power of the ace The action is atich to cause lmine bate improretacnt and irillcure Iu from threii to five weeks worst cases Bo tnother should be without a cake of Ilannermsni Oerraicide Soap For diseaaiof thepelviq region which cauae tf many reflex cficcu of head stomach ant heart and In fact ffrsnge the whole system the ofwijii Oteet Letcoerehea and derangcmeny or the Gcnitorrtnary onrani thIs soap has tfevie town to fail It tHU cure For babjroyH tedred skin It no equal lad mak4ci the skin soft and white preventing null ih the rJUltner thoe We sire full instruction with our fry trial tteattnent and furnUh enough soarKlrce to d nionstfite to bcjond alt qucctlon that cnn be cured You can trait yuH l iti lie privacy your own bwtijc irltfaont the oance of Viiftlnjr the doctor andthe know otycurneimibborasad f4 Here one of a few of tbot e tltrt4nlil we are receiving every day Itr William Bannemian- I hive been troubled tnth eczeiiia for the pMtthree year I Have tried eTcrytblna but cohH get no relief I was recommended tou e your soap which I did arid bai cured rac en tirely I tantidt ptnlse enonrh and highly recommend it to anyone troubled with eczema Very Scott Blussoufg Pa Tiago Co For piles Internal external pr other rectal dlMis out lunposUorV is unequalled never to cure the worst ctws of pile in from Ix to otght eppiltatloni we also furnish a free trial treatment of this wonderful remedy and when full ircatraent U taken we have never known it to TODAY Ifyon want to get weft quickly write to the Bannerraaa IifitUtttc to Clark St Chlcv go Ill Send ten cents fa stumps for pent age and ve Wilt stud you free a full trial trentmtpt limb from cur laboratory We chargtfjypti nothing for the trial treatment and wntiryrtf find that we have retnedtei that ate honest have the nerit claimed ior hem jmd rlacore you the low price we ehar e for ad ditlptial treatment wilt amount to nothing compared to what you will receive rcturm Address or call t iflBANNERMAM 1l5TlTjT- hi73cIi ap ulcero falling beta mucous patchqaoore mouth scabs and scales preslst antpimples eating sores swelling sota lips dry sore dull aching lancing1 shooting pains then you here blood poison or the beginnlhgj of a deadly cauwr Uont experiment iTut take JBontac blood balm made especially tpeure alf malignant blood troubles Jite Abase numednbovo upd itchlnj scaby et zma p blood humors etc Heals every jore ai- mcops all aches not pains Try U costs but o e dollar at druggists Trer tWcnt freeby writing to Dr Uillam 300 Miti hell 8t Atlanta O a Describe trouble aid free medical advice given Medicine nd fre medical advice sent at mice prep id b b r iotai by Dr Oillam over tea rs cgo Thousands have been cur many after doctors und patent medicines ha l uterly failed Botanic blood balm giTs vigor end itrendth to the blood mak ing fl pure aud rich DEEP SEA CHERENTS MYSTERIES OF THE OCEAN YHf HAVE PUZZLED THE SCIENTISTS A Theory as to the Origin and Csaa of the Golf end Other Stresvrasv Are They the Product of Immense Sab1 marine Geyser For more than a century scientists and philosophers have been rnlnly try lag to discover the origin end cause ot the mysterious current in the Atlantic ocean called the gulf stream Whys tailed is not apparent as nothing the gulf of Mexico ia In composition There loire been many theories Xvblcn have been abandoned some perfectly absurd aUdi as Its being caused by the earth In its revolntiou on Its axis for If It had tbe now r to drew this stream at the rate of tire tulles an hour from tile coastof Florida it would draw all the water from east coasts of North and South America at the eSun velocity The prevailing theory is thai northeast trade winds drive a cur rent Into the Carlbbedn sea and aided by the feeble equatorial stream heap up water m the gulf of Mexico thoute rushing around the south of Florida from the source of the gulf stream But there Is no such n heap ing of the waters in that gulf The waters there are sluggIsh and there Is no perceptible current leading toward the gulf Htrenm or anywhere else This theory has been accepted for want of a better but those who favor it are not entirely satisfied with it The gulf stream Is au Independent body of water having no connection with tbe water around or behind the point where it emerges It warmer and of n deeper blue than surrounding sens nud gushes forth from the start log pirfnt off Cape Sable at the rate of from flvete six kuots nu hour with u temperature of about 00 degrees lessening gradually as It proceeds on Us Journey of thousands of miles across the Atlantic ocean warming the west era shores of Europe Jlavlng tile fallacy of the ones concerning the gull stream we will turn our attention to the great Ta clfic current Identical In all respects with its sister current of tile Atlantic and concerning which there are no the ones to ccatend with It starts spontaneously from a spot a few miles from the south end of tie island of Formosa In the Banshee channel following the coast of For mama northeasterly past anti through koochoo islands skirting the coast of Japan thence turns eastward ou Its long journey across the wide Paeltic warming the coast of America from Puget sound to Mexico Its dark blue waters are In striking contrast to tbe surrounding seas giving It the name of Murra Suar or black water It is an Independent stream where no combina tion of winds or currents can possibly cause mighty rush of warm blue water with a velocity of from five to six knots irn hour from start III Its characteristics of beat evict end direction it resembles gull stream In every particular and origin of the two streams must be the same whatever they way be which I shall endeavor to show later on There Is another ocean current similar In all respects to the other two with the ex ception that It runs fn an Exactly op posite direction Starting tram the vi natty of the south enU of tlfe Island of Madagascar It runs wmlbwiratorlY around the Cape of Good Hope where It disappears aff Cape Lagullas As a current pVobably part of It Is diverted Into a steady set of the eastern current caused by the prevailing westerly Iwiuda in that region scientists eo far ns I aware haVe attempted td account for this current Having qow proved beyond refutation that till tie orioa ndvan tcd as to the cause of ocean currenta nn groundless It remains to be proved what the true cause It must hi ndinlttrd that ihLcurrpnta linvy a sliiilliir origin as they ore Idoti tioul in every respecttls tngnnls color heat and velocity springing forth In the same manner siontaneoualy from the earth In some mysterious wrtyv Tlirre in no place on the surface oftthe canli wlitif the water bo hented to furnish the heat Cahill lush In tlleVe stroll that giwh forth trout the donths of tho aoa cdiUeqaently the foroos must be pnbtcrranean and can only be nivouutiil for by large bodies of clear blue water from the ocean forcing Its way Intolhc depths of the earth under Its crust where It bnrroAvs a channel of Its own to the surface ngnln having rorviviHl Its warmth on tho way by contact with liitPrpal beat of the Imvcf regions of eurth forced on by coutlnual pressure front behind Thar then are orltlces In enrths cnist cnnnoi be denied also what bo comes of ih vast volrJtnn of water Hint cannot iu foinputpil which Is constant ly niunlnjf nt tho rate of from four to six knots nu hour from tile Atlantic oct nn thrruph tho strait of Gibraltar into the ditcrrnntnu aea Tho nU mm us tIrorsi too are continually lowing Iu nnd yet the sea remains nt the same level EvaporatIon cannot account for It for what Is evaporated Is forniPil Into clouds and Is prrVjpltnt cd agimin Into tho Sea by the medium uf storms anti frequent raIns The rntor wino cntoi1 the earth Trottr tlio cccan thfougli these apertures orf ill Inline ns It gushes forth In these three mighty current Slid cnnnnt bit dlBoovcrwl by BpuridJngs twuseijuentljr 1hce three mighty currents are noth ing more or less then Immense geysersi Captain B F 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