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a position to Che tnteirnil Revesud Service Hb kM applied for a position as orekeepeigaUifer Under Mr rafttlrn new Collector of In tMrmal Revenue for this district1 McMillan has strong in dorsemems from itbe Ipading RspubliCiH of this county and Mr Craft would do the popular rtliing sod at the same time rej cor hize old Wash n gton co o n ty rd alms by giving Me MoMillihf application favbrable considerav on BW HOTEL AUhongh Springfield is rather shorV hoteitaccommodatiohs just at resent and may possibly re 3j in that condition for several months yet the prospects ace that the cpming spring or sum mer wjllrfnark the completion of wo fine modern hotels which ie now under contemplation The work of teaiing awav the Old Wlls property bo the cornor reparatory to the erection 61 the new hotel by Mrv John K arber has already begun and ibis building will be rushed with pvQssible baste Mr P 0 leayer ha also begun the Clearing awayof ihe ruins of the Spnngfield Hotel and con templates building on tie site next spring The absence of ood hotel in a town is always a drawback and gi ve the paeea while oh other band a first class hotel lsa standing advertisement for the place as businessand pro reasivecerter SpringQeld has lays baen very well provided with hoteraccpramodations until the recebt burning of the Hpnng field HotPl and since thied al though the boarding bouses have done tbVdest tbafcould baldono i der the circumstances the town hasfelt the abseoce of a hutel to its disadvantage Yrf oo SOON You mntnt 1 holler till you are out of the woods Mdon crow Ho soon dobt copnt your savings until the winters over or some such Adage ofd or modern will fit the case of the local coallcon turner this fall A lew weeks ago the good tie f3 was spread thafc he price of coal this wintr- n Springfield wouldVbe away down ID that the rigors of the south wind would have no terrofs Vbr th6 coal burner with small means Tbe railroads hacr m fde a sweeping reduction bishipping rates for coal which woBldmean a cor responding re d action in the selliDg price of that urlicltt on 0be localmarket Threduction in rates came alright and is still in force for hat matter The price of coal also dropped tbreu or four cents per bushbl for tba time biag But the Mpoines cf the poor coal bmuef was destmled to be abort lived O7ber compiicalions Iandi circumstances untorseen sprun Tip and vro ked together to bring disaster to the hopts the ptfor From thirteen ceuts U HjiBlQiuas price in the decline tiisrt Have gradually bee wltittQtU low sixte centt j th reftil price demarfd d The i6dutt6n intbe jTicfght rEt 5jilretands bat there harbe6o cbrrespoudiflg irure iithJOffarvl price ot coal at 111 minesoTf jiic count of labor troubles andptber tbingsso it i said We rejvdfo thelonisville papers everyday or so recently of the shipent from Pitlsburg down the Ohido some odd millions of bu h6U filth the accompanying of a fa in the price bat it hasnt toucbfer us neither the coal nor thefal at any rate bat the winter vp ingxyet and hereslhopingi that ere the touch of the wintry blists the cud may be tempered likewise the touch of e cjal dealer fT oon RECORD Thi county treasurer has caned for re deinpiioB 2500 more ot county bonds whichwlll be paid offjaftd the inteseft stopped Since the elcptfSri B1 L Litaey as cqujjty Judge and T BoOlt Mavfealas Uounlv Attorney and the pr spnt board of makisfcrat who pom pose tba Fiscal r Court four year ago the county his paid off 3600 of hooded iadebtedja ss besideHneetfng the current ex peases and ming repUira atid improvements to bridge and btner property Tbis is aRObd record J f rr f Notice All persons owing accounts to the htm of Waters Brownare hereby notified that if the same are not paid on or before jfaqii iry 25th 1902 that suit wilLbe brought for the collestton of rsame The accounts 4fe in thfc hands of W T ConiFtock Con stable Wr A WATERS Surviving Partuer TS4AYE Administrator ofJ Brown itfbMEtf ANID JE 97EDS Jewels handy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels fcirm jtheMverage womn Even fhe gaeatestof all jeweirjbdalih is oten ruined in tba streniiobs eff orts to make or save money to purchase them Ifa womdnwiU risk her health to get the boveV ad gems then IP her for tit her self against the insiduousj con sequences of colds coughs and bronchial affections by thje eg ular use of Dr Boschees German Syrup It will promptly Arrest consumption in its early stages and neal the affected lungs and paoncbiai tubes rnd drivfe the dread cisease from the system It is not cntea11 but it IB a certain cure for coughs f cod Is tnd all bronchial tronblest You can gevDr GG ciraens spe cial remidies at Havdon Robertson Gel Greens Special Almanac HOIS VIlll WeoffMr One Hundred Dollanj Rowan fouuiy caseof Catairh that ctinnot be cnntf byilHallsCatbrrhG ire v F J CHENEY COt rnps Toledo We the pnderslfined have known F J Cheney fpr tto last ISyearerand be hove him ijerfocUy honorable in all bue- Incss transactions and financially able tto trry out any obligation jmade by their firm WElT TTUAX Whaieaale jfrugRtsts Toledo O WAUJIFO KWAJ A MJA vir l Whole isle DrugleteTedOO ilallV Catarrh Cure Ic taken lntarnaUj acting directly tipou the uloodj and mil ou urfc ttof thoj yBtm rlee 7cl ppflrbpitle Snld by nil Druggist Tej meulattlie tree A cold cough pr la grippe can be nipped In the bads with a dose of Tory Honey andTar Bswari of pabBtUutee W odWtmiL ro BeaetltteXou- D j 8 iityhelli Fuliford Mdt Daring a long il neat tvraa trXuWed mth bad ors aud was tdvlsad to UyD eWitts Wit li Hazel Satve aud lid so with wonderful resulss 1 was perfect 7 cared It iirtbe deit satyc on theme ket Sure leurerfw plies orei burnr Beware of Countifeits Haypon RoberteopI j jtavtd ftCraye Ilrknh l i know I wonld jng ag have beeh n my gaave wrnef Mrf H H TJewman of jDscatur Ala if IthaBTno bcen F iBl9Ctriov Bitters Far time years I suffered untotclgda from the worst forfti of Indi s tionWaterbrash Stomach Bud Buwel Dyspepsia Bull Ibis ex cellfint medicine h1 dupe Jiie u f world of good Since usiag i J cfn et hearjiiv arid hlavejirAl d85tonnds P04 Jhdige8tio n Ijots oj Appetite iSlomarb is Uyer andkidney troubles KU c jbricBitUM swe a poitiv guaf i renledcijre Only 50p tr Haj t don and berfcv n s Nciih borljtii N4tS PettiCk Fogarty n iged citi zen died at Lebanon Friday oft complication of diseases bcnpolsr which were jclosed at Dan ille n Account of scarU b fever scare have reopened W P Wai ontalks of starting a new paper AbLexJDgton and oiLy move his plant from Har rodsburg to that place Mr B T Con wa v local Post Master at Lebanon ib seeking endorsements fur reappoiutment io the oflice He will doubtless ifit it W T Hawkins who has ben Deputy Collector at Lebanon under Mr Sapp willbe succeed edTby Mr George Nell of Aduir county The new Board of Couucslm at Lebanon has elected Ark Thompson heif of Police and J M Thompson and Wihiam Yoweil flight officers Prelideot Milton H Smith of the b N railroad Judge Richards and others foilmed fa bunting party that recently bagged loi of birds inJVarioa county The mitrnnouiaI market In Lebanon la on the boom Ac cording to the Enterprise twelve Lebanon girls have been joined in wedlock and they say that several other weddings are on the tapis Mrs Lillian England the youofc wife of Mr George Eng Iahd and daughter of Mr W It Spalding died at the home of her father in Lebanon bbe was a young woman of many excellent qualities and had many frIends She was a sister to Mrs Bell Cleaver of this place The marriace of Mr John A Burton of Lebanon and Miss Frances Johnson of Lawrence burg has boon announced for December 19tb Mr Burton was elected sheriff of Marion county at the recent election by the largest majority ever received by any one in the county 0 Miss Beulah lylquntjuy daugb tirof Charles C Mouritjpy one ol Anderson countys prosperous ftirmersi and a teacher of the primary department in tbe graded schools was severely burned by the Dreniature light tog of coal pil with which she was starting a fire in the fire place A mass meeting of citizens of Marion county will b e held at Lebanon on Saturdav next to discuss the managamebt of the turnpikes and county roads and lo adopt measures that will in sure the early introduction of rural free delivery A good idea and one that the citizens of Washington county would do well to adopt S B Agee a well dessed youog man who has ben solid ting aid for some invalid which did not really exUt was arrested a tew days ago by Chietpf Police Smith aud locked up Agee was given a trial Tuesday and held under his own recognizance in 300 We undet stand ho has vamoosed the ranrh11 says the Harrodsljurg Sayings A matrimonial wave seems to hav swept over Nelson county It caifght the following Joseph Norris and Mrs Man Arvinol New Haven George Burba of Balltown and IIss Ruth Hintpn fetbsethaui Moses Hagan of WJf HPpe and Miss Bethini Bftirajd of Holy Crpss Jas Atbtha VOne of my daughters hid a terrible case of asthma We tried almost everything tbiwlthOit re lief We then tried Ayer8 Cherry Pectoral and three and onerfeaff bottLes cured herEmma Jan Efltwnlnger Ltngitille O Ayers Cherry Pectoral certaln1ycurCSmyCSof asthm2And CTicu ro cithis harsenes weak lungs whoopin ugh croup winte aughs night cou and hard colds ijk1IScW Mde UenratIQtCIark3Vjtle Teun arid Miisrlyl mie tHjfrsl of FaIr- field VV- An t fetempttbf wreck a train betWntiCb and Greens burg wak made last week The Scene theattemrpt Was alongi the range of Muldraughs Hill and tbe mantier in which the attempt rae made was hy piac log a i ait across the track The ugineerdiscbvered the obstrnc lion in linie to prevent the acci deni Oji the night following the alteropi to wreck tfio train a party hrfyled afulisade of stones into the Coving train Mrs i3hri tina Huhieri X pretty JLtf year old girl was ar rested pj charge of bigamy pro ferrod hy her first husband and lodged Jtf jail at Richmond The girl waS raarued to hef1st husbandjn January 1900 and soon afterward she says he de r seined hjr She received a letter sh9 ftHyB from her Husbands brotherp saying that the former f Was deadi an acting upon this jj ioformafiODVshe married again l Husband No 1 nowlufns up and demahdk tLat the girl be pro s tcuted1cTbJatholicsSprinfrfield and Lebanon will ceiebratf at the Ifttter city some time in January oext the exact j date we have not learned the occappiii b ing the fiftieth anniSverskry bf the ordination to thetpriesthpod of ReV PS JePrian jp u r tafejs9 last 4th irty five oriiin forty years Father DePrain balmada htg Ibdme aVooc or theb other of tim above named pbces and is Joved by the peopjf of the coup tlBs pD Nelson W hingtpn and Marion as few priests haveii been since the days pftsaioUyFlaget Tub iPerryyille correspondent of tim Danville Adyocate grows suddenly ogtomistic abput his j ton fHe says oil men from t Pennj lvania and elsewhere visited the oil fieTdL of Mr S DaBottom last week It has leaked out that propositions to lease wOre made and it is probable that deals will be closed and j operations begun at an early dates Then 1toD Iwo expect to shortly secure a National Park t make this i3oyies Capital and connect all the small towns bvj electric railways Now is the i time to get in on the ground floor viii wNbtlcoNotice ishereby given to those having claims against P EiElder that they may tiresent saoae properly proven to me iti Springfield on or before Pebru ary I5th 1902 H MULLIGANI lit Assignee ot P E Elders BRAIN POQD NONSENSE Another ridiculous food fad basfbeen branded by the mot c6pete6t authorities They bve dispelled the silly flQtioo t ihatone kind of food is needed for brain aoptlior for muscles and still another lot bones A correct diet winaot pnl r nour jf jab a particnlar part of the body but it will sustain every other t part Yet however good your ood may be Its nutriment is destroyed by hidigestfbn or dys pepsia you patfst prepare for their appearance or piovetit ttheir coming by taking regular doses of Greens AugostPlower the fauorTte medicine of thell healthy niillibns A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy actiou purifies the blood and makes you feell buoyanc and vigorous You can get Dr Gi G Grve6iis reliable remedies at all druggist Get Greens Special Aitnanac The Pz1deT Ireei jiau y soldiers In the Last Wr wroite to say that for 6crfttcb Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore feet and Stiff JalnE Bnck lens Arnica Salve isilbeth this wirld Same sar Barns bpils Ulcei Skin Eruptiousiid Pile tt cure or no payr Only 2pc j Aiydon ty Eobertsonls glrag stOro I O W Ly ob WjnceeMBr lu walfeft lo e tte life of my bo tli Foleyi HonsXand Tar Heliadtoeni braftou croup And the Oral dose feaVe hIM relief W continued Its usefind jjjjopB brought b onto danger WoUWIatt FoIcIPMICy Tat i WahjntonIJLer Klyjin or- There Tteznlar Cprrpspondeut a re fiiiyeral feat uVia rdnakuall as to bei notable about line present Congress Oie- theeadthg0neti4s fthO tlmost ientire Absence of partisan senti lnunt among Senators and Rep resehtatiWs Of course this will ftovlasir Next year there vil1ij i be ipngra 7sioBal catnpaJgn andithis scsslo b Gongf ess will ifufnlsh Both sides witn much o Ilieircani t argh inateriah CoII sequentiy the leadfers wili ibe Hretp see that tjie spirit bf Ofpartisanship is soon aroused and kepf alivfe Ahbilrer notable ifeature is teat only tw pdlitical parties are tOW rspfesented Ina Congress allerf the pppulistjr and silver republicatiscjformailygqne into either the Republican or penSocraticrranks There isroi d man in th Spnate wlp beslongs to neittier par y and seems to be wanted by Inei her Wellihgto of Mary landj whose term will not expire S until March 3rd 1903 lill another notable feature i ijhatm is no sign ot the slightest flLt over a single one of the i elective offices of the iiouse Tnese things tend to make the assembling of Congress much leas interesting than usualbThe President shpciked several jif enators by tellihgthem tbatn the recent order of tlie War De partmentsaying thatprombtlpn the army would be made spine yon tko records ot the bfilcers y tolllcg them that tile order meant precisely what it said and would be ontorced to thettetter a long as he remained att the head of thegoyerament and a hat outside recommendations no matter by whom made would not even ba cons1deredtSecretary Knots annual resport is receiving much attentpn more than Is usually giyen such documents because what he says bout the tariff on Cpban sugar t and tobacco i regardd as a g certain indication of the Frost dents attitude toward that tm portant question There isnd nncertjiinty about Secretary Roots language as may be seen by the following taken from bin report Our present duty to d Cuba can he performedbvktIia making of such arecIprooal4arIc arrangement with her asPrei detit McKinley urged in bikriast ods IP his qu rym natp Buffalofon the fifth of eptj embcjr A reasonable reduction iasour duties onO bansugur and tobacco in exchange for tbitltf j compensatory reductions ofn Cubau duties upon American products will answer tfepurt pose and I strongly urgtliat t uch ao arrangemeut bepromptly t mtlde It would involve no sact rifice but would be as advanta geoua to tin as to Cuba The market for American products in a country with such a pppul 1 ion such wealth andpnrchasibg power asCuba with prpspority j would speedily a quire made certain by the advantage of prea rential duties would contribue j far more to our prosperity thau t the portion of ourpresentduties which we vpiildxb8 required to cbncedeV jj Sonata S e cart is one of the prominent men in Congress who tjots the aglIation foi Con gressional leKislatipn for ihe suppression of anarchy is entire ly Unnecessary ond is Willing to speak his inoughts 3e said There wilt be any number of bills introduced at the comings seb5iotfi all directed to the sup breaslpn of anarchy But I think hattborouEfh enforcenient of the4 existing naturalization aws will effectnaliy prevent evil effects pT anarchy The patera lization laws do not need jpm9nd 1 inouis they only require en forceaent i It is BO new thing to say that Mr VTuChinose minister to the jilnited Statep ia about as slick las they mike them hue hawRs not slick enough to et hUsujrr 3igeehoh that Congress pstpot Ir eni ctmehtof the Cbinlie exL elusion law until December jOO in drder to see wba would happen endorsed by thosejio are working lor VenactiB utiat ldnce JfcepresentativQ Kabn1O California said j I n iIceliai milster WuSufrKe ibat 44ahouldI5 Chinese exclxjsion IItr4 wbjcla expires in May bt fW I r I rt lIjicxt attrthtgh tlweOleMae PII A fa- bayars AUvi sMy a hjnfse to coniaiQtbihiscyUQtry rlbeifeeah that date ajidJup to Det ctcDetiDext when Congress w lV convene again t j seje what thd ieffecb will be He tates th tfthe cahjnct oj he J United States in lnetfbulbbnsVltiihs i China had seea of llate ndseri dCared ine ohsJi and jtha fby continued ijaaipncy toward that c UBtr wial1vinn- uch thui trade Tireiippposil fa notpractidal The4 Chin aaian ar0 not given to spnttmen The wiU buy ofjour Ijeenesycdropjt ifors bofore th y will buy from us p ovidetiVouj competittrssfean f 0ff0ptheg b Is at alowier rite They willbuv vKere they ban gdt the gootls the cneapest aadtt without rejraVd to qualityi But J1ttlosurpj1se wa clsed in Wa8hingrourbytheextrap1rain6Vy oth3uct of the ChiiieSe Minist6r iiipallinir on tlte President totalk against the refen ctmeii of ttie r Chinee exclusion lawljaud the opjnian4 trebly expressje thai iiothinV but the ers iaopii c larityoJ Mr Wu paeventekitsfe a ttirig unpreasanily for bfm Pbe c President must haVe fee n as o surprised as anyone else but be treated the Chinese o Minister courteously winch was more than many tbink he 3e seved Jt is a matter with k which he had not the slightest to meddle He contd i so disposed have filed a diplo it1c proton Against tb e reen ip actmentof the law wiVhj decree di tatiy Hay on behalf of 113 gov romen but that is all that he a had an legitimate right toidp f The Cuban delegavibn that t came to Washington to jpresQni d he claims of the CuJan for tariff concessions on their sugar nd tobacco believe tt it theiE- gfight is already want puithat pinion is n At shared by some very shrewd men The1 Iriond hip of the administrai ionfaa n great belp but the qppo iltian to those coticessjon issJtrobg and fe a by no means ready to concede tv hat they wilt bemae1by Con r ross acd they certaipy will not be until after a long and haid fight I Suspects bandcI Yesterday eveniug ut oclockw Cbjef qf Police Wraith aVresteif th B Agee Agee came here bout four vyeeks ago and having ab visible mean6f support thfe police froth the first lodaed ohw aim with suspiciofl Then c im Iaiota hOgan o come in tp m Police headquarters that rather good lookiLg weU dressedjman cf about thirty was daily appear ing at various homes asking eip for WiUiahi Haley a ick a poy who was 1fMr Hpltzcirs womites from High fIdgethpfl- oneytO beusetrft send him lu aliforola Fronr the flescrip lion the offlee s knew it wa Agee and he was arrested H0 of said that he had coUected 18 or j 510 Wednesday but had sutit Ha ev by Charlie Holta jlaw Thief Smith telephoned to High Bridge and found that np due was sik at Holtzcl and fQund that Ag6 Pd paid t his board here with it pat t of tne money Cha Jie Holtzclaw A who Is wanted in Jessamine is thpusLttobelati accompfica of Ageeas Lewasseenhere with him but the officers did not land him Wben arrested Agec gave n his nanieas SbellYandl oiiarl0ss 1 ton WVaVas lila borne He h was4jplacad in jaiL The pollca t believe that Afcefe is a yerv bad i citizen sail ay that bef mlgtjtbe the adv nce guard ot a gang and was sent ahettd to loOnte i soft thinga and get earifags and had be not been arrested a safe cracking ojr Bprooj lhor kind of robbery might have iukelu lace hero scon At htstriaithjs afternoon Agef was held under his o nrec7al flhe at ISdO Harr sbuTK Dempcratv if 1a 4Jfl UT I wish to say thtt 11ct15 that Iow- my life to oJoI Dyspepckttr wrLte 11 CChretoimakof flafieId- Fortbree7ears IutroiI4 UWidjrspfepi ao thai I cecld boh oUiitiff an wystooaclr Miny tite- j caC 1tiabeto ietahi amoi1410fO ou my stomaifi IiHaiIy jicd tbbd DOCtec1ICJ I tnot1e r Xodci1DrsfepeI I tik adr it3 L5C lCZH JO 4tfrIi j1irstCOIjtjd t4aJI Nts oe food K all qpbl- HaydOfl4 Rberto- aj JP1 JOne i1- arLi1 ilia interesiin ardsbxntheatrtefian cpmelefy Vnar the H herdsvifle piue aVd i iif rir r of Mrs Cecilia Barber p ies JhI ls oLthkoJ buryinggropnds n tii piIeouck andanynojaBle n the settlwfjen jr l fnrraaiipn olf tins plfac ac bailed ithere Tiie old vr u alto vin a sao stale of Begti ctj sre WerrUn ih bar weeds of vardus fcB sL 4dr Qt foe lombstbnes ftavl Tsui 6m th ip jacsaarM lieitered amidst the lr1dfgrov1 Among those who lie tiu t tBere ae Gin SanbiL Iieinbers of ijj WicIl fflattt Carpenter familitf ni tfthe f i f prowiincsinhe P fli Ihistorg of Nelgpn ouny tPbe Qc4Iitvcnntaih d ecnaioso thWihtone of the moit iBtretijc IJi the bid cemetery This faqi adie1erefr rn tieisidofWgl nd ierefor many Vea- rsii lionprrJ of t1eou1It T- riginil head 6t th la Dq bokt f Wigbtand the tobsorf marking his frrv hrooifcVt the fact that he QJCC in itiluf V ged 60 ears ijrotabyetibove bad a residenc4ear resent Laucaier IltiIUr her 1a Ii there and the rbiiris of ththoujl fre yetviIble The Wlgnt1ii Uyin this wet fon of ii8fcStale i r1uI ard To rripare TiiifieeyjB Vi Tffeseaspjore lII3gturkc- trodbeo d Tbiniisiivjn n ile demand cpo ittues lojjjf1kftr Chrstmds Tlie farmer aboJlrf ever send Bfs turkdvsjoroarlr 4 ilPttl lie hasp uaed thm tipisr v i bout tu divs iu4 ted i hr9eor four thuc a daysi mxtureofTdur pouiQ4rrI0k meal two pouna pf roUtidiibVis apd aftmlf ji pou of IijS e tiJ i ijam e at eacji meal except trird fi hen un ui1aLce ocorisakI- eashotiidh Frerlt- vater gaveI and sord kI ttt grqen ftod jyalfbe nee ssaiyy A single turffeyj alne in COOfl ilt not thrve rPdtiseV8rt iIL yad trgei1ir and tny w4j oredntentd Two or thie pounds adde toi icJutkwill anpou nt pla a onsiderAtc s6m in mohey for a kt wbTie the xtra quality will pi bletbeIarntrtiuroglier pjice pg ourct Ex Nipped in the tfiiil JiihrPerkins uf SIID1i1k lastFridy frustrated a u4iipt Dpwald JordeQ ia breVk ail lhtlkerJiad iatitaalioi thattea tenpt Jbi ma ud ar hc1tcic pitder cell thcisaw uliich lLa5it I mde put of cprset Itsjilj 71k saw wft top dntl tar anise as the j lr M a ailist lNBirpFp jt loca leTbat without fueetu neg iV irby Dtsapptare Tr on life seine abtus tUWtltfli V iir some taninas for Jto d WrMiX Perkin bcju suspiclous btQcfr ft the banahasl in two aiHkibtiBtf IeI ile ctIh piotauiatidt tCd futlCdr tliis icthIA uJy Iaddin Isil Jorlii s knwu t I4tseus this cbrfnty lisis ba i ijsiI i W SKeTby vHo1 fora w ti i elMtrir ei WiLi he9n st4n a frhDieid Uerr ntyllJe nihtorlca hQ hc tse VLI i11 couNy It I544 13 excalleap aaE tiim fur frtAndnrsiawc 7 I entrerrJl fez ie with a4jcl- iIalcrlui trusbaWttk1- dtedic lut Oht Cer ttala- atet iciC iiiitil IVQSVnS uei Ont1tM1cI CORfkV JiiiWs irkaiPd11eISt 0 set I gitbtI ccts1T cisoI flCI 44 OneMi- iCogi 9ireauds kui ite ret Sekeoisgh ct4 fl nIe 0ataidIptrob1eI or in t4HIcq3tt 4iiutIpicaiettifke never fzitIe tc itll Ihc citiUjrc it1T Um Rl Poley s Kidney Cirre g3ku kiiocs bZadcr rih1 rv zhr 1Pfl1 fliiq1L1uf1t4lMl4 1 A4JCpIEkD KY L DAVI0Mfr eiy d4tt r bn1e Di ttpriaI4i Da S ceu for f I 1ortto 4 poUticat mfttter o ii4te oAIrUn Job work s4Urateibrt caib iVbi po9Jofgood s11IN trCt3 rnde on 1ttnra tintt4c a4jeIuUOD of reset tspm Hii iUUdrTh e1eDwtr Oe I tt ttUHOAT DcE1BER ft = = d Rusev1tS Af4c CogcPss as tread 4bM b1 on Iue ay Tn ftfiCM e Ii bug and treats of ablii tffsnrs ia 6 vigorous roan tereractevistic bfMry Robse 4atribUIo tOth31- 81t1et M1Culey tte Lrei- r iijiLs snatchy and sug 4 l tila 8 that shall re 4toe ifc number of anarchist rtyIejruintorcIgn shores and tfef M k 0rn Id be anarchist Oo th qaes tionpf jh trusts tot rfjtdiM i c6fls6rVtiVC fle ric i iki i publVcUy arid nov erfcmeat supervaion vuld rtj iitava pi8 of the objections and givsi r tfriiltig ajjfttnsTtbe linger oY vercapittthzjttionv Atj ih6Ji etiuie he ctils jltenlioti fo iba ImportanfcoofnoldiB tubiug the present prosperiLv arthe eouutiM in aCt mptig In ajwtrM tegisiationf A eaer4al t psiottof tUfi turiff is opposed for th6vsnetjBa pnI but ne gess cipocitiy And jiba aboli ifon pf unn cessitry duties A neir Tables QRlcwiv to have j Mlfge commerce is recora irendfltfjiU is the readoption of tha Ctnnaajj exclusion law Atotfntfntenl of tie inlersiite dommeVce law ir aIdin order llvii dt4rirainatton jitr raes my tig prevoaJieyl An ightho ri JiW fraLl 0o erbti3fint employ si iifrtf ptonfyntledy an3 alsp reform iu thtmaii r tlonlawiri tEner Vr ia s vong eicpfessicn in favor Af civil service and the recpmr nditoiiC is made tbat be- rt i v Spf Iic4r to the Dbcrict of Cojnn- ibitt A n increase in the tiayyj btth Ii1p utd men is uigedp t nstauit training is recommpnd f atid he in porJahce of keep r li g fneavmy efdtileij and of this iDli tia and the naval t i Among kii new hI1ito1Toe1 a1 the opening of the Nafi nai Con V gfdJJR 1U9 oaes projficloj for Ftjdefalbujaiuga at LawrencE baig Lebanon Klijjbethtowj arid Bird t av for Bolargin Ihe lmfjdIjgiitThthuwLdaird fo- t1 IIuhctbf rryvi1lo f r Lat k i vVILLJBURth y 1tsr Corr pou1iii- tFiJf 9J vf cg tiuc1i4itqIii gesot Mj4 w Gbb o Tithkgi Dr W F1att an witi hay e rtfracI froru a viJ tlVOi nr BIiimi1t1a COkI t 0 its biy wit iPhLfl tarj 1POriiCh of iFi pTu 4jB in Dan l tiv 6nl olishtess las fpnday r J 0rr Nov Mel coy of tii i fs tit in yqSit tuwzi liL biirdi fSt lIhbLdife n t1do ivisi Lhlr bito r Iq lii IIsy k iii 1tLJOh d4JflsPf 1ercr COuntvsitp yIreturn d tt i tWO fljOIlh res Ji f 1 4 rgrit WLh Anfrahai- P4p114e Ma- ji ri- Moore o f r2a wk wir 4tt I lEera e da t n T4Ljr jf torn b The Kind You Have Always Bought and vrliicli has heea in use for over 30 years has borne tlip Signature oT anti has TJCGU matlounder Ills pfar 9w tonal supervisiozi Ince Itsinfany Allowno ono to deceive yoii in tlpsi All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstasgood arerlHit Bxperimciits tlmt trifle writlv and endanger the healtliof Infanta and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA CastOriii is a harmless substi iito for Castor Oilftatrgorlci Drops and Soothing Syrup It Pleasant JfIt Contains neither Opium niorpTifno nor other IfarcOtto substance Its aje is its guarantee It destroys Wonb iuiti aUay Poverisliness It enres i3iarrIia and Wi4 Colic It relieves TPcotliing Troubles cures Gonstipat o t flnd Flatnlency It ossimilatos tlie Food regrtUites iho Qtomach and Bowels giving licalUiy and natural ftlecp The Childrens Pahaoca The Brothers Frie d CE1flJ N CASTO RIA ALWAYS Beard tlii Signaturevof Be Kind You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years nrr un NURVTPCT ItW vi1o the iteAsmbt guest of- tMtssNur Mollvo TUantsgiv ihg t Mr NP ChealuaTJ Closed a vary suco sjfal schoiul tfcBru h GfoVeUj ft Saturday MissJ innie CJooUsey of Chap Ku visited her aunt Mrs J Q Burns lat week QscarCuri y and Buel Foster of your towiv paicj our village a Visit4stSupdav E Well ipf this place attend ed county cari at Harrod burg last d We re sdrry t say thit Mrs Sue Cbeathiiaaisno batter ai this writug Sie has been 4uUe ill fojon1I tttI Tne mannfactnrera of Banner Salve hiving HlAiayB beleived that no doctor or edfrlfte can caro meyery bat never1 having haorS wh re Banner Eatv faiiad to cure uloers aereistet ter eczema or pjles as a mattar o curiosity would like to know ij there soctrcaeea If so they will gladly refand tbo money Wood Wimeatt MOO11LL From our Secular lorrsspondent NlJLs Mariv J Weakly i quite 111 at ih writing Dr J N BrlonaD and Will Duiicatj bave glflO o lllmois on aligiutil MrJs May Moore Miss Ida Pierc of IndiHiia Mr Geu Milburaalid itother of Marion cpuiity yMted Mr and Mrs JohI3rhiUS last week i Mri Gao KeighMv will ship a car load of corn lo Early Times at90 c ots per bu nel delivered Hr Brown iJtiuioger is very 1ow ih tspbii fey4r IMs Olie Parrish of Polio Misses Ntt Bpblitt Maggie HOME CHILD Does your horse feel his SoatsFtween the grainfed arid the grassrfed hqrsel The first strong and lull of ginger the second flabby weak and tired lout before he begins The feeding makes the difference 1lj Children arcnot alike either One is rosy brighfeeyed fullI ifiof life and laughter another isi pale weak arvd dull Thefeed ing again s responsible Sickly cliildreii need specia s feeding They dont feel their t oats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richncssio their il diet It is like grain to the Korsc1 The child gets new nppettfe and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is more tTian food Jt is iv strong medicine It1 rouses up dull childrenl1pub5 new flesh on thin j5ifles4Trd red blood into pale jpriesf It makes children grow Scotts EmUlsion makes ordi nary food do Ifc duty This pidrore xepremt t EmukJon aiid li on Uie jrraer of veiIbotUB kti Iorlrts urpe- i SCOTT BOWNR 4o9PcatSt w Sork r oc and iUiStL- and DessiG Wpakly spent Thankipgiving with Misses Ea ella and Nancy Ellis Bro Adbin 6n preached at New Elope Baptist church last Sunday in the absence of Bro Sialljngs Your correspondent made a business trip last Saturday to Bardstown Early Times Groan brier and Wood lawn He made asucqesstul trip Mr Chas Butler has Denied the farm of Mrs J W Boolitt for next year A much needed rain Iqli last Monday conseqtfently the to bacco meii are busy stripping tbejrcrdps C Marks Green are busy saw firg ou Mrs Sharps farT They ate husllers andTve bespealrfor tht a good income on their in vstmeotS Cbas Replbgie Atwater J3 was in a very bad maps He LC8 suffer eda great deal wltb my kidheys and was requested to try Foley Kidney Cure I did add in four days I was able 30 go to work now i aminearly Well Wood add Wimaatt rORCSTVIEHf From our Regular Correspondent Mies i erena Nurian o Bards town was visiting the Misses Blanford last week- The Misses Carrico eritahain ed last Wednesday night Tbe Miss Blanford on Friday nigh und Sundav night thecrpwd was at Mrs Smiths where they were entertained by the younc folks of the family in a lovely manrer John Me3ley bought iof Cole Smock the farm knovVn as the Cad Mnore farm for 1600 He will move after the Christmas holidays Ry Mudd has rented the house and will move us soon as Mr Medley gets out We ktow Ray and ire glad he is coming so near Mrs Lloyd WeHinglon is very sick at tniswrUing bu as she under the treatment of Pr Smock of your town there are great hopes of her speedy recovery Henry Hamilton a son of Mr Len HdmiUon who has seen at itn ing tchool at Elleodale Daviess county is at hcnie clan gerrusly Mck We lerirjn that pre ofhis feet will have to be amputated the trouble bern caused by the fever settjiug in his limbs Mrs Fanny Smith vidow of the late John Smith d4f at the home of her soc in liw Mr Feilaer Smith last Thiuisdty morning at 1 oclock in tbe 78th year of her age Se leave tour children Mr Josejib SorUi of rear Fr derlckstown Willam Smtth of near St RASe Mr Watt OBryitn of this p late and Mrsv Fielder Smith of pjar St Catherine She had been a hmnibero1eyer since iiercbildbiotf ever Keeping the Gross ot Christ in view Shef ras ajcostj jsttmable wnrqotl a thorough Christian a kind parent a Lood neighbor in j6ved by all who new her ALter a beautiful a Holemn servce ai St Rose church Fh flay in orn iBg at 10 pfc Iqpk her rVgjafns were Jbwerei in the raye beside her busbar id toe5 t and when abrjelsatrupn pfet shill sound may both of them arise and receive 2 golden crown a j life beyordj tkles- Wpr9 fa hopes J- ree delivery rut here U ouj h some one cr two are kickin about it wia do not see why Why is Watt OBryan likia the V4ieelsof the Tectrfcl ght plantt Becauseheis ever nn lJe move Mottle Free to Sufferers Does your Skin Itch or Burn Die tresVmg Eruptions oa the Skin o you feel ashamed to be seen lH company DoScaba and Scales tormonthcSkin Hair or Scalp Hayc you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin PricklitfirPalttrffiheSkin Boils Pimples Bone Pain Swol len Joints Falling Hair All Hun Down Skin Pale O1dores Eating SoresT Ulcers All these are symp toms of Eczema ntid Imoaritles pnd Poisons an the bioodY Tocuret stay cured talce B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood purcand rich B B wiflcaua the sores to heal itching of eczema to stppf orever the skin to become xtear and the breath sweet BiBB IRJU he remedy you have tccn loo g fpr thoroughly tested forSOyea Our readers are advised to try B B B For aaleby drdggistsatSl per ltgbctle sir lartje bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with eaclrbottle Toiufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free ocrso- nTpptopa cojd aftej exposure or- wan you feel a cold cominlnpr on iskea dose of FoevB Honey arid Tarv 14never falls jo stop a 9oldf taken iri time Wood Witnodte YAbbEY Hill From onr Regular Corespendent As there has not been any thing of importance happened in this vicinity for some time It has not been beard from but I will write a few items Mr Edt gumdlv of Lebanon was bexe last week Mrs Susan Goatlay has sol3 her farm or 83 acres to Sam Tingle for 1550 and has bought of JpeBevang a farm for 650 Mr Everhart Hundley and son of Danville spent last week with Dudd Sbeban whera they took the sport of bird hunting Fritz Dorsey is inotir midst again George Tucker has his new house almost complnted and it will be a nice structure Mrs Jelson Lyddaneand Miss Masrgi0 Goatley spent Thanks giving eve with Miss Louise Settles near Booker where thev were en ertaiued with an eleg n supper Missea Cillian and Josephine Sheban spent lastSaturday with Mrs Lulu Siiehan- Mr Benedict J mes and wife and Miss Lulu ONeal and Mr Tom Edelen visited friends at Maud Sundu Afternoon Mr Marks saw mill is doinj a nig basin ss Emerson Halrow bouchi Mrs Susan Goatle s lobaccoat ici per pound The farmers round lie are late about gaihHrlng corn an stripping tDb cco Tipi Hundey was here from Bloomfield trw first of last week Iftomanee of the Corinthian Coltamni In the winter a young girl had dletlf In Corinth Some time afterward her maid gathered together various trluF kots and playthings which the girl Jored and brought them to the gJrlH grave There she placed them m a basket near the monument and put a large square tile upon the basket fo prevent tbe wind from overturning It It happened that under the basket wiVa root of an acanthus plant spring came the acanthus sprouted but Its shoots were not able to pierce r the basket and accordingly they grew around it having the basket In their midst Suchiof the long leaves as grew up against the Tour protruding corners of the tile on the top of the basket curled round under these corner and formed pretty rolutes Knlllmachos the sculptor walking wii Im EJmediately 1formon tot of It and surrounded by the leaves rfnd stalks qf acanthus wouldt be a comely heading for columns chltecture He from this Idwi formed the beautiful Corinthian style of cap tel such nt least Js the story as the architect Vltruvlus told It 1000 years ago vTooSInch Apaihr CouldoikH company was once barn etormlug through Virginia It was rt Petersburg and the play was The Chimney Curn r All through the dlenccsat In dlstresrslng silence neither laughing nor rbeddlng a tear although The Chimney Corner abounds wKn humor and pathos and the company then producing it was of great merit for those times Couldock appeared o pay no attention to the apathy of his audience until just at the close of the performanc The concluding lines of the pliiy are somewhat to this effect You Johb ore happy and so are yon Ellen nm I and so are we all Let us hope that our friends the public share our bupplness But to the surprise of everybody Couldock Jell Into a towering passion when be reached these lines and In thundering tones he shld You Jrfhn are happy and so are you Ellen Ro nni I and cb are Tve all except the fools that have been sitting like etpugbton bottles In front of the footlights to nlghtt SIj t A JGOU Story A well known Scotch meenlster1 tooknn golf and despite treat practice could not Succeed li passing the tyro stage His lmnle exclamations ot kTuttutr Oh dear nowt viiIwelH and the like wry plain evl dances Of a perturbed spirit One day when the perspiration flow ed freely from Iis lofty brow and his lionest countepnhcO shone with a lus ter and radiance which alas were not flue to calmness of poul but rather th heat ef thc sun nut his laborious of forts to move the pbstlnate gutta percha from Its station on the tee ho was tempted to Indulge In strong lan guage Pear dear but Ill imvc to rio It not Ill U nnlf b r0QIO BaW at last with a despairing look at exclalnajottof his attempts vtfa natbd meenlstryl answer4 tEeptheiV wWi a sigh The Haered Boa The boor Iuz or tfe 4re8prrectlpn boneIs at the Ibwoif tatremlty ofibe spinal column TJwfJewlsh riibs taugbt that It waiuptlbr ahd from it na tram a seedi the Kainnn- Ibbdy would spring at iuo resurrection There Is A aewhA ridltiott that the Emperor Hadrian qoefttkmed n rabbi as to the existence of this bone and ttras nvlnced by the production of onO by the JeTylsB tftoch f Various attempts were made to destroy ft It was cast into a furnace and canto forth uucnnsumed It was stOoped In boiling jvaterbut remained unspftened iiwali emltton with a hammer and tb taut ifier was broken Sonic trace of ih former reverence for the bone is found In the modern name r Crab aii4 Lobsters There are runny curious points about crabs and lobsters Every one of either genus Is provided with a bs claw for crushing and a small claw adapted b Its shape for cutting as scissors do With these two clnwsj they tear the food they capture Into fragments arid feed themselves lltcr ally from band to mouth But there Is every reason to suppose that the claws are Intended quite as much ifpr flghtuigns for eating purposes Inas much as such powevful bands are hot needed for devouring the soft food they prefer Power of Exprc lon Our Innguagfi bus a wonderful power of espresBlhn On onfr occasion we iarel told a doctor of divinity rang the hangs on He that hath ears to bear let him hear He that Is accesslbit to auricular vibration said the doctor let him not close the gates of his tym pana Then again we have that old fash lobed saying The mere the morrier delightfully translated In tote way Multitudinous assemblages are the most provocative of cachlnnatoryhl larity A Pzional Impre lpn Did Nbah btrty take two o each kind oKauiranlJu d6 ark wit Ini7 Bald Mr Erastup PiniiJey Data what tinstans said Mifis Miami BrcTn Well coUrse Noah was runnln de boat hut would er spectod dpt lod sr laid man extra supply o pork an chickens Washington Star The company manners of hey Iran band and eons are one of the greatest trials in a womana life and that of tier iJanjehtera hOe greatest cotnfori The Glvhsof LlmcrlcU If naked Whore are the prettiest girls In the world I will Immediately reply In Limerick Ireland There Ore a freshness of face Instrousness of eyes healthfulness of color and corn plexion about the Limerick girls en masse that carry off the sweepstakes trophy The girla of Cork and of tbq lakesin fact of the country nil the way down from Dublin are somewhat of the Limerick order In form they constitute a happy medium between the rotund English maids across one channel and the sylphlike Parisian demoiselles beyond the other But the Llnierich face Is the perfec tion of female beauty a human ceram ic without a blemish Tile Limerick girl Is also the highest example of ex quislte wit and Ingenuousness an ex traordinary assimilation to be sure mother words while she not insen sible of her sparkle of words she seems like one who has nercr looked frequently Into a mirror She has regular and sometimes very pretty teeth and if her nose Is often Inclined to rdtrousst and tuefels an Irish ex presslon of mouth these but add piquancy ta her other beautiful tea turesr Argonaut FortrjIn Tnzewcll county III lying along the Mackinaw river whlcli consists of a continuous tscrlcs of abrupt and deep ravines Not n foot of tve tract could be cultivated The ridges are full of fox dens wolves are occasionally found And turkey buz zards hovr over It In Large floCk Even poop familiar wIUi the territory have been lost Iff the dense forest Except for a few giant oaks the wo has no commercial value Tile tract is known ua the IAJSI forty because no one knows who owns it For years It has been used for trading purposes and many un wary persoiisfroma distance have ad vanced money upon It and taken mOrt gages In various sums only to receive a questionable title to a worthless piece of land On the Tazewell county taxbooks the Forty appears with owner unknown The land Is watered by Innumerable springs and the Mackinaw river which winds Its way through flees Venom For nh nmn l Drt Tcrc t medical man bf much re pute in Vienna advocates as an effec tire remedy for rheumatism the satu ratlns of tie patients body with IVe venSm of becs For the purpose1 he ex tracts the venom treasuring it up In quajtitlt and applying It artiticially In the way of punctures lie founds this treatment on his discovery that rheumatic patients do apt suffer from rt bees sting to anything like the same degree as other people He found tht the tumefaction or swelling that Al lows the stinging of a bee does not ap pear In the rheumatic patient unless the has been stung several times while In some cnscs the stinging Is hardly felt When the patient suffers himself t9be stung repeatedly his Imihunlty ngamstthe poison of the bee becpnies complete and he feels no pain whatso ever Wlfot is more begets cured of ills rheumatism London Gume The Joke on DeS men Tom and Bon worked side by sldje for thirty years In a grocery store where there jvpre a great mapy innrcaBdhable people to satisfy B th Jiad grown old and finally one night Tom become violently Illi A doctor was called who after his arrival told Tom tlmt he coijild not recover Torn Jthougnt about it for awhile and then said Wont it be a great Joke oh Bent wont haver to go to work to roorrowx t u Betf 1vlll have to turn put ns usual rfjjd ijp ttheeame old unrea ionable coniyJatiiwAtchlson Globe Getting ArBsna It f LocaliI am wiltlnga short notIce about the appolntmenojjf our towns man Lakwlt to the p fon of town auditor I reilly cant sa that he lass any fitness fur the placcjtend yet on personal grounds t prefer A assocldte hisnanie with the iBtiaeltinBOBlo complimentary way Editor In Chief Why cant y speak fif him as ii man of rare good ndgr mont J Uih sure there iff no one our neqiialntarce In tvhom gsd jud nt teeo rarQ ItIchngia DlsiAjchu wILNlnetyfilne women out of every hundhsd OrMrythe Ortransijltcljen and this Iff a mistake Afai- pops French cook t bnowaiever think uptliet the pan and Instead of behis dry nod tasteless whien it Is served is richly tin vored and as sweet and juicy as piie TOtrid care to have it Zoo s fiall the flno flavoring of thd turkey the juices df the dressing arid J ll the daintier touches flow down toward the breast of the fowl and when the whjteat 4s served ydufgj the lull benefitofet cry flavor added during the processes of preparing apd baking the turkey in addition 0 th4l s tlnctivp taste of the fowl itself inconvenlentTlni dwkwardt Not at iUlt Is justtfasy tor cook a turkey jjb this way M In nuy other way and thQ result ls iShnitely more satlsfacr ti 3 It Is no trouble to arrange the p1afle1C you will find that Jt will look quite as well as It would if bilked In theusual way and certainly It will taste much better thap It would If you baked the breast until It was dry andilflftVprlesa rNewjOrlcaiJs TimeaDeiiidcriti v Snail Ar Queer Creaturein Tbe snail ftouud nverywhere 332 Bpedes belngknown serving In France as an Importan ltem of diet and In this country an attractive Inhabitant of the fernery Some qf the large tropical snails as bullrnaa form nests of leaves their eggs being as large as a pigeonspThe snail r Is extremely skillful in mending its ftliell and spme curIous ex perlments may be tried with tKem Thus I have iqcn a helix of a yellow species attached to another shell Of a reddish lido by cuttlngoff the top whirr of the latter when the snail will pro eed to weld the two shells together and occupy both using the addition as R door and possibly wondering at this sudden extension of Its house In the winter some of the snails hi bernate or lie dormant until warm weathers Just ttthe snakes do in Call fornia A snail of the Philippine Is lands has a faculty bf throwing off its tail when seized This Is also true of a West Indian variety stenophua Spldcts Webs The webs of those epldcrswhlclrspl snares out of doors as the geometrical garden spider are formed of two sorts of silk one of which Is used for the main cables and the radiating threads the other for tIre concentric threads The latter are thickly studded with minute globules of a viscous substance which retains the fly gnat or moth that may blunder against them while the former are quite dry and harmless A third kind of silk Is produced by the busy little spinner when some such large Insect as a wasp has become en tapgled in the web and threatens to break the delicate structure In Its strug gles This takes the form of an envel oping mass which Is suddenly produced and which effectually prevents any further gyatloiis on the part pf the captured Insect Cdrnhlll Magazine A Giant Tree SNear Dakar in lower Senegal is an enormous baobab tree whose trunk measures fully seventyfive feet in cir cumference at the base The fruit oi the buobab which grows abundantly In Senegal Is called monkey bread It Is used by the natives for curdling milk and rs a specific for certain die eases Decoctions of the dried leaves are also used as medicine Prom the bark strong cords ant made asd the gum that exudes from It Is employed as a salve The root of the young boo lath Is sometimes eaten by the natives A Household SaxUlbaff A sandbag is a very useful thing to have In the bouse Dry the sand thor oughly In the oven and then make a flannel bag about eight Inches squar Fill It with the sand sew up the open lug carefully and cover the bag with cotton or linen This will prevent shin sand from sifting out and will allow of the bag being quickly heated when re quired by placing It In the oven Sand holds heat a long time and Is softer tn the feet of an Invalid than the ordinary hOt water bottle I This Artichoke The artichoke has nothing to do with art or the choking of It The artiohokp Is an innocent vegetable known to the Arabians as the ardlschanklor earth thorn The Jerusalem artichoke was never seen near Jerusalem Its first name Is a corruption of the Italian gi rasole which mOans turning to the san It Is a species of sunflower bearing a tuber like that of n potato Tried to Improve A little girl u ho nrde frequent use of the word guess was corrected fur and told to say presume instead A lady friend noticing the admirable net of the little girls apron asked something In regard to the pattern Mamma dont cut my dresses aa aprons by a pattern said the small lady She Just looks at me au prarn 8ume5 J Well Forged JookleyrI understand theres consid erable talk now In naval circles about some orders that were forged very skillfully 4 Coakley Aha Another scandal JoakleyrOh no They were orders for sonic eibt Inch guns Excbaiiffc lit Got lu the AVnr Jlmson youwiy your wlfethrewtbe poker at n stray dog and hit yo9Ia stead Jester Yes bnt it was my faulty 1 had no buslnjss standing behind bar when she tlirevOhilqtnte Journal It Got There usE the Sans abel Such a Joke on Ir GaybpyJ We were out on the balcony between ithe dances and lie got thc teercof his dress coat alt over red paint from one faintedVpost ft Mabrl IsV Why2 Maud Because youe haveered palUtf- pH over the back of your walstrHarl- oiri Life i The Smrtll Hors AJpLratton Grahdinn Now WilHr bat ave ithey olng to do with yon when you grow up What Js your ambition Little AVillio puttlnr down bis Dead wood picfcferid llketo have people tremble Jlk pCDleaves at the very mention of jyy ame Bo8toft Qhrls than Keglslef Clirnp Toefblrtamlj Cine of the inost curious plants hi thi tworid Is the toothbrush plant ft sjie deof crgeper whlcl grows In Jflmal ca By cutthig jisplecQof the Btenr and raying thti vSfc thd pdllvciiuake A tobthbrush taIrQ Nhtnro is the good fnlrrt human na ture the t nd jntnro fnnjl llfr i irlQ for IrcHiJn tI tin lus made Jt for the fotf London fifttik I r IPowerful 1pgresive rauce Reteted SOUTHERN nLJAt ii iTOstment Coiipuny jOf Lexlnton KyM 4 Prornotesf f G W OELROT AGENT J A i f Two Ca Loads AnU JIidttons Surreysf Drisiiig Wagons and other vehicles iv now haveltiii hand and there 1 more comingLoineiet usfit you out with aT new buggy Prices to suit v r EOR EARLY FLOWINQ i r You will need a good plow TH6rei nothing that equals tlie geniiine OLIVER CHILLED fr which we are the so1egets We also keep the genuine repiirs r r vf We kep-4FEED aiid SEEESi nd p CASH for grain THOMPSON JP LAKBj SPRlfilGFIELD KY Ileea ot Fine Discrimination Morella has some other odd thIng for example the sweetmeat staAds uri der the portales or Arcades where friendly bees and wasps devoured the candles and were hot cared off asked an old woman sitting behind a large eland loaded with jcandled fnit dulces of all sOrts sugar plums and molasses candy Wqat these bees stln a felhotvr Oh no senor dont b afraid They tire muy Intcllgentes and icon tell a cus tomer right oft But would they sting pJthlef for In stance i Certainly senor j They are very In telligent Poor things They do ro harm and Are much company They TOUst live I watched these winged IhsectB with i all their panoply of wir ready aiil was fascinated Then I asked another question But would not a More llan bee Ming aYankeel r Not If he were a cm stonier cabal leror Mexican Cor Boston Herald safe ccnp tttoin Bridget the prefty young maid of alt work employed in a Boston family conflddd to her mistress when iakUigj service that she had lately become en gaged to bp married Sh e stated how ever that she and Tim vould have to wait two years and In the meantime sho wished to be earning money When Tim made his first call- one evening the family rema Iced that they had never known ru gu1 a iin The sound of Bridgets voice rose now and then from the kitchen but Tims words were apparently few and far between Tim Is not much of i talker fs he- Bridget said1 the ml tress of the house the next mornli tehouid scarcely have known there was any one with yohlast pvcnlng Hell talk more when irrotve been en gaged a while longer limjihinking inaam srld little Bridget Hes too bashful yet to do anything but eat maam when hes wld inor Touths Companion Saw the Jolie A prominent Bostoplqullnqulred of a London shopkeeper for flares XValks In London The shopkeeper nfte muih aedreb fou dlt 0 hIs aIe1ycs but In two volumes Ab sai1thieBostonI a oii have your Rare parted Iti tfie middle Over here 1 What queried the EnglishmaT blankly passing his hahds over nl hair The next day the Bostot Ian cnlled fo another book Tm so glad youtreturiied1 said tb Ensllslmmn4 vant o tellyQul Jet that Jolje i Cnrca The following fs n Chinese joke babyInal squalling At last flhyslciaq was calledin He odoilnisterW a bolus of th soothing Virtues of wlilch he hiid a high opinion ajyl offered to pass tse night to the house to olscrve the sf fects of jis remedy Afterafeif hearing no noise be exclaimed Ooodl- I The child is cprcdf Ye4H replJ d the attendant the child liasflndeed step pod crying but the mother has begun to mourn flisileveS 1That must bo a prctiy bad toothache to cwehl yomsface Hce tbatWhy dont you roe a dentist did call on your frlhdDr Pul kin yesterday and expcrlep ed great relief ijYon must be mistaken Pullera has beenjoat of toxvnforn wseki t iihvr l felt eli ved wbee I found ihut oUt rlj5cchnt gev The rearing of worms Jlnd mamifac tore of silk were compact Iyl brpken up in America by the revolui too IJttle white lies frequer fly ascii coca 6e Mjineblg black ones hicago News cASTORIAIj a tTt Ysi Rays A1iys Iiu 1Beire the lhateof II 4 UM4AI ai GBis Life andWorks tScY IcThn Charles H 3ro jiorr v Presidents lifelong Palendj iCoii C radein war and Colleag m Oo gresf near hia aide with otber great jnanwhen his eyes w ri9 dosed im heath rgllowcd the bier to the atldnal Capitol and to Canton Ibw Jenerel requires a share ot thftpro eeds of ale book to be devoted toav vfcliitijey monument Ymadj TIB avery subscriber becomes a conkik itortoihr and MHHbw of copt vlU be Bold MyBrybody wjll tmyUt Jrderaior the aSking iNoqodly will etasa Elegant Photpgravnre jor rait of President McClnlfijs IMC fie are taken atthe While House Tom aneyfilysnd quickly cirr 1119 tking ordcis Order oatfit quick nance to proye ancceaa aecore rwr I contracts and becomp manager I an 12 2 cent stamps fwr elegaat tt rospectna Taking 10 to orders iyr 50000 copies will Joe ioaln bis vicinity to write fcc oar COnfidentIal letter tforo atplyisg for pateptit mmr be Trortb KOMy We pizsnptlyobtaln 043 andPoreiga PATENTSSntADE MAflKorrctxri N TIRE attorne7a fee Send odei ckatc or phot aa Tre eadanj IMMEDIATE FREE resort off patemuSmty Wa girs the best legal BcrrJco and ace ssL a chrgaszrmodrste Tryus p Opt US Patent OfleeWasldigosjLC 4 SEEDjN4t1kHS ar Sb4taS4WSsY the UrfMt utHtlmtmtel 5 West PtoM OMM 4 =54ag ias4au thsbsit er lile New CMj M Nrtjr Its Shied with isfosat1ee yei 555 bout descdptiol aowfsg ccci cslivM- larahlcroP Bs4dssktsIsvtlbksci1cles eicb witeSts by aghoiIHs jeacli bect a div Fees Market Ger dtida Forage Cro Fsrthti e rss gas Discuss St WsflmsI It 7 PrWftOft STWW CO SEEDSMEN LfMWUcKT 0 SBptghteaed IbeSeese Referrlpg to the rmat HVnley regHt ta awrlter In a LOndon Journal Mi of the American women who wera present In large numbers to Set th contest beiweta th tl lver ltjr v t Pennsylvania naiL Leaudet feyorK AVbat alce gr clpat frank aotf fr tg creatures tbe Ai erkaB weiarot Tbey took Jo OenVey ae ttatsrs of brightness that we INiVjt beta wfilK 4ont alt this sralioaMmelieuler it Iwas teh1gbtfn Me 5I5 p45k udgrOan and blue and yftsw tetMtluE bravely wntler the mimueir MHL IwH vllualljf rl illwiesk ibriL best In either felack er wMvtv bul eM klctivcly gonfrraf iWiif HMVnl proved exceedingly zO5QIee as dulled 3sssdi3r e I4lE 31 Cb5I At tbejs S5 MrssIAT8 M bisthrolet his jss4 41s4 Is DaW More thsw iet ehib1p asP eel 15 llOlf sttblisL tbs ber- exertisse While Mit ya t uS l ifou ded a IHtVr MlMMt ffr r Iii biey foiL a Dvb eolteted ct es taa ti ciie t ebib- i4rii DeiWla i a issal 1 bs iors seve beies tOS ft- chMks sbscity idetrtlCS8ieEc Ned at KIngsSen buyt tursed many tboprtwJ oriiiockss 9 wm i bU drrn into nOd end usvful ltne sf thehJrftJehtniire LxIl mt UTRACTEO INjIjI 0 6j I mtnmm 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OrderIJill Mans I YLtTIN BIB FROM I E ROJENBUR6ER CO j 204f102fhtnNEW YpFM CITY I Th Largest Clothing t I imnufacturers In America QUit EAT PGAIN OFFER I 1 119 0UI IttIs2irtre1 t eftra drttMr kUck Bint Brtt rwI of 0fonl ths e ndllaed wItkr ttffT w1 Pt lln I 1Iitztri1 gwt- tHGUsrorlrdciIred kae la place of timMera double brest bbIC id CkleckUlv tUck or Tht Solti arsede op d rofr qytariwIIlIk f lo to Ttif Sell fCellar LilPeati have Patent VaUtBaad tied of the cloth and extra hUe wltlnack talc Ulndlj aKativ If urff or aaU for aitv r fiee ardtrlotMod Port K oey Order BogiUr4 Letter Ire ff 1 IlIIiiIIdatJ 7 ac amps fr- 1ss1stirtope sl9Staeeecscblaoks etc pay Ezprcat thrall Atot i IfDdaliI Dyspepsia Cure Dioests what you et IJ0 ntbCltantsandItgIvesInstantrellefandne Jails to cure ItAllows you to eat- alt I Sn1ossandmostsensiLhm OMaV af t r TerytbliMg else failed ijt v4aal1ds4reagaftereatiiStrfematlofloffM on tb stora nt fO fth- t birtyiiida a wfM ttI J fr iv 17HUMhoyaaJ pIerjOIIWU8k WlJtsfJ otII Pdherriaa lIfkaFc 7 l eg dItt V XIft T W rf M4iMsEw f f E kBOUT TOWN fM4 9M Mi SM ii un t Fhe hundred cordsof wood for u1e Marit and Green Spring fitld KY iAJ uge line ofuew furson I ntrIrgobertlOn nALManfie1dare requVsted to1of 1 41hsodear1leftcotiveniencchii Bargain In CJoAka 0 Taifofjf i made Suisi Sirst MiUineryi j1 JFurs etc lctQ ufeat MansJ fleld sl V p 1ehi t corsets hosiery dry JgdsI QjQt to close put very hap at Mans fields V n ComeiaatdjetaJiuat your Jowp price Am closingi Qui ati chcosti Mrs Kate Wiliiams JTbe J adies ojt ibe Presbyterian vChurcbwho have contributed artidlesbffancy work etc for tbebazar are risq nested to bring or eud them in riot later than Mpnday ate ooo1 Mrs James Riney living on tttfiegMahtbn road l51 koJ St Rose will have a public SaO of i stock dtc on December 21st The farm wii1 alspbe rentFdon the samiiday tbhigbTesfcbidder Brother Anthony msnager ofi St Rose farm sold a flue lotolan heavy cattle last week to Montn Fox There were 20 dandfJ heyavOragd 1400 oouods Tho i pricH was 90pefbuQdrcclc THe small pox whieh hastpreJ vailed np around Mackvilla and Pen wick is now Almost eradicat edTheiehayebeenjionewcases for some time and nearly all of tuboseaffectedcharged as urediThe cases were all1 ofta very mild form ancse were cunfin er1 to negroes Rev W Ezra Sutherland Kill preaoh his farewell sermon at Ht3bconsecutive years as pastor and during tb ttime tbere has been fifty additions to the church and tbechurchoousehss beed nicely repaired Rer Sutherland win wdrkviortue1 State Board for tfie yeari 19021 ItThe Louisville papersannounc c fiedSunday ofE Gray Boyden in the 35th year of his age Mr Boydeui well and kindly re njfembered m Springfield He was egprjjpyed in the News Leader offiuft for more than two veare arid duriiijr hisstayattbis oIl who will regret toit arof his death Rev C M Humphrey pastor oIfJille and Rev 8 t Siles pastor ofhA Methodist church Springfield will hod a pro racted mpletincr a Texas begin ilng on iSatunav niht Decem pr 8th There will be services iayand pgbt continuing about jjiwb weeks The lecture of Dr Homer T Wilson at tIe Opera House on 188ft Friday eVening7 was net We J attended as it should have been Dr Wilson was in happiest inood ard bis lecture on A me icas Uncrowned Queen was d ligbt funv entertaini og and his tribute to the American woman was an eloquent effort 5Dr Wilson in his two appear ances heralias become quie a favorite with the Springfield People Last Notice op TAXPAYERS All persons vebo are indebted to me or my deputies for taxes are herhby- notofied that 4f tthey do noffceSr- lo T on or before December 23rd County Courtday that their property will be advertised sold to satisfy such claims H B POWELL Sheriff VfC4 Notice to Bondholdersi t Notice s hereby given tthai Turnpike Bonds NoV iQ iBtl 35 issued by Washington C fKYbn February 15 1803 are for redemption and will be First Nationall Bank in SpringfieldJbo December 10 1901J which date Interest wjllceaeef this fBQJbeitt FOPSIe WJGr1Jib1 tO eatazo uoflWflcLDD JG IJtlltV1 ra v4eaIb3 iLI4PtM aOri1VOt1S Elder bfoyd RefslSrss j t t rgoIi niJJ a young wan but ic nsideted- e t of theablest young ministers tle Christian Obt4rc1i-i For e patar be iak been iqgt arge of thb con rleXation atJ1tb 1s taudSpringIld Dur1 op Elder loYis1avJ9i this mrnuniityzw rI Ji wilFregret to e hintlave Mr lovdlislusct Hand of the npnie n issioni ary Board of the Christian Citrch at d is uncertain wh ro he nNetsonn E1fe r4IOld bag also teen in- twgeof the churbat Urn place where he has made many friends His tesignatnas pus tJ ltor of this church will also burn forth coming much U the regret of thhisResolutions of Respect thWjieiiwho has been one ofl the Direc tors of this The Peoples Deposit Bank of Springfield lEyi since its organization departed tthis lift outb 231 day of November JJ atQI1RESOLVED by thd Directors of said Bank that w recognize in dishimatuand integrity That he was an 1active1tt institution anj much of its suebj ss id daeio his jidyice and ced unse1 That our associations business int rcburse with hini was most pteasaqt brThatweaud deplore his lossija this tnbtiov ovtiOnanThaton our record and a copy pre nted to the family ftOE5Ai TUMKY WF HALL CommitteeS CTo It bn cIinis wio b as theconttact wih Hon C C IMcChord andlovhorsTo sink sev aral oilells on the farms of J S Covle and oher ciiiaens of ihoeasternpirt 6f fki county was here last week OoU Mclnnis who Mr McChord visited the eld and arranged foe the build- ingi of derricks and e cpicis to beijin operaijons jmoiediaklv Tbe machinery for drilline ibe wellsl cas been purchased and Sl or tthe road here The first well will besunk in tb iimmediate vicinity of t eol1 lIiin which il was struck several years ago The parties represented hy Col Mclnnis have plenty of capital and the purpose nofv is to spend as much as 75000 iu the work f developing that particular oilfield Over 2000 acres have been leased and if oil is struck in one o ners Will be sunk in the same vicmity The finding of oil in Washiqgton county will be a big thing rrthe community and i tstof these men will be crowned wito success Dr Talhams lInventfon Mr Lytle KayshOJeturne1 visitsamong friends and relatives out in the Polin an4 WHsburg neighbpchoods tsljls of a new invention teat bis old friend and niwarhas jus completedt Dr Tath SQI who iis a first class mechanic has just finished the rabdel of an improved breechloading cannon designed for use either on naval vessels or in the aKHlerv of the army Dr Tatha 3 dignedraconstructed the f GOOd and With the aid of scarcely any tool other than a pocket kn fe He was fo4three weeks working on the design nnd it almostJconstant to fashion the model Them ca nre cannon is ttbput eighteen inc oes long and the barrtjl l is cut put ofu piec6 of poplar timber that bad been sawed for more than 50 years LTbebreecb and brech pin is cut out of a piepe of well seasoned 10 U5 t w odiThrW Lcels that fiupppift gun carriage are carvedfout of sojidl ivoqd atjd are e f moeit10 tI1eirgeni s com pJete mannefjn winch tbjB breech of tbe ifun is cODI sttoctecT ugd fitted tha fcgiyes the invention alue The arrdii tc ment fbrthe loading and finn ol the iiew gun is said to be per fet yet simple1 ftqd practicall Dr Tatham is preparing the noc CessaTjjf pagers idnd willsend 1 F fn tt1I1t1t1tIt It g LsTALKNO Children Xhera are th upgso t ScbII4ruu iin cbool1 who S ought to wear glasS4fe Eyes it which are weak naturally lt become Avprae nndei th- etfstrain t N of cdasumt studY eJ BTeadaohe aquiatinff thtt = pyelide1hod1g the book = to the face re8U i JCJOSO of overwork reh Ireqaeotlyfall be = jj J actors ylInatilityjoupon tfbe blackboard fj ltoeyelfot ver pupil In c the sohciola should betgnmIned ntJeast once a 1aYutinnotfforddifferent In the matter BY li= Sfr illgatteqUoil to 1Jigbtll defects nOW their school- t y rkwmnot pniy be light J ened fatft the 1ecclstlyof lel wearing glaasba conseantl- yinaftaryearainaybenvoid od If yoar child aowaeisrna u ahquldTiave Ie without J lay A stitch inltime saves nine Ii leililtlei Springfield Ky p f u n m t hi hsKe application for patent Be en hopes to interest some of biVfiYends in an effort tobin his invention to the attentlouoJ e War Department Death of Mrs W L Smith Mrs Mollie SimnXs Smith Avife of William Smith a well liown citizen of the county dhd her home bear Simm on Iatht thdayafterr I hiceased was a most estimable woman and bad a large circle off friends She was a dauphter of the late John Sinims Hood from her youth up was much admired lor her many admirable qualities and beautiful cbaiactar She became the wife of Mr Smih be lavoraligbt cbIdren besides a btrea ed husband are left to grieve erthe loss of a loving mother faithful wife The funeral topic place on Tuesday morning at StD lIio cs church and the burial in the cemetery of the cburchf XrnasBfizarpTne Progressive Church Workers Society will open its bazaj of faqcvjwork dolls andj useful articles for Xmas boliJav preen i next Moadav When you are looting kr preootfq T yountf or old you are invited to examine them On exhibition 4n trip lecture room of the Presby tenan cburohuDni soldl lSTaken Up On my place on Springfield aad Perryville pike half mile jfrom Texas a biacK sow weigh jing about 275 pjunds Halt of one char white Owner can get s idamebytylngthib advertisement JIM BEGLEY Texas Kv Better Than Ever Those who have not beard the records tbe Columbia Phbnugraph Company Is now supplying have no conception of the changes and im provements that bare recenll Jieen made The Qraphopbone in the meantime has been correspondingly improved Machines and record which were thought to be almost prfect a few years ago ar tar c one in those times of unfaltering progress Jlend 85 with your order to Columbia Phonograph Co No 110 E Baltimore St Baltimore and goods will be shipped C O D for the balanae IptS Public Sole I will on Thursday Pcceraber 19 1901 at 10 ooLocira m on my farm six miles ecstdf Sprinjr ffield on the Sprinefiela and Perry villa ptka pelt to tbe high eand best bidder the following Wopertv Ttn first class mUte colts 9 mares and one horse We 4year old mules well brotte 2 ccs anil one calf two mare oner year Ijug colt 31 hpadofshwep I sow andS pigs 200 barrels of comi1 b02gYt 1 road i wagon mpwair and rake one two horsewagon braudnaw and other farming impiomciLts household and kitcneij furniturai 1taTerms All sums over f5 on credit of Vselve months with in terout from date ne otiablu and payable in Peoples Deposit Bankj AU sums under 5Casb SR L Arnold Foils A Deadly Attack i at2oqlphysiehlIis ther uwrite JNL Atistin off Win chrtsler jnd BnVwascompieteiv i cured by PJ Kings NQW Lire JilItlbeV woak IJwondeJs in stomach apd liyer trpubies Cure coBStipation sick headache xkat Haydon 4 Robertson druPtoret IALN tLiJ1h hHllnS In pEbBLNAL- i fyteaW O Reed was Bardatowna eifl y SSri Mw S T NOd was in Xouilvillp Mart week ta tfM Oiundy wagiaIanyOlo the rJ6rflit flbe week V j Sites tydia Duncan bda returned from avJslt tQt inc In dincjiliJatf Bardsto4iaitedrs of theS eek Miea Boater Rnrrpdsburg viaited noralsterMriiU RR bItEs here atioek t P y r Henryited cobuiy vf GrundYfor ITnantsgilving r KtMr HO RodnaiWvisiting her state r Mrs I H fri man has returned to Louvilie WiJ Jailer John i Smith arid J have JDovod to Bardetown where ardstonIBCtl pethanksgivlngat r8 8 R Gray nearton Sbenffelect Bjron Croaks and wrfe ave moved to Springfield from FrederickatoWn and will tthhompsonroad Mrs I H Thurman and children jleft this week for HenderaqnylUe N c to join Mr Thorman who has been at that place for several weeks enjoying the healthful climate Mr and Mrs W T Stiles are here at tho home of Rev S T SUle811r Stiles rePfeSents ED foptualIsbinking of making Hprlncfleld hla Mourn 5r ThonapsOn and James Waters went taJCaylor county tait week on a bIrdVhuntinf expedition Mr Thompson returned home ManS day but Mr Waters j mained ioVer aahdinaaldoonTertIngal16l Mrs Q a WbartoIf entertained the Ladles Afternoon l Sstmembers of the club there were aev e ral visitors pcgpent Lunch waa served dud a delfghtf Ju afternoon waa enjoyedjy all of the guests The club prize was won by Miffs KateISWharton add Miss Annie MoChord was awarded the visitors prizetIMrs Clifton Ai treen gave a ouarm Jr buffet luncheon Friday afternoon rom two to four oolock The house as beautifully decorated with Dottedi diningroomcarnations in vases and tbe table was spread with handsome Battenberg lace and held candelabra with pink shades and vases of pink carnations Those who assisted the nuateaa in re ceiving were Mrs James O McElroy Mrs Har al1d F SBesleyMisses Robinson Harrison Thomas Birmingham Howard Edinondt- lmpsou and Mra Elliott Lebanon Mrs Moore Harrpdsbnrg Mesdames W O McCbordE L Davison A H JklcCbord GO Wharton wor Mc lElroy C R McEroy W E Selec mn J H Lampton FredHagan B D Lake J G Mansfield Sidney Green WilsonGreen T S Mayas JIhV Mayea Howard Nelson Palmer McElroy A D Mark S B Tbomp csonNt Campbell MIsses McCbordi Leachman Gray Kimberlin MoElr y Lee Thompson aud Boeleyl A Mill on V6tc CQuld hardly express tht batik a of Homer Hall ol West Point Ja Listen why A se hndsattUd on his lung 1cold most obstlnme cough physicians said he bad consumption but eculd not bep tim Wbeu al thought be was doomed bobagan tto useDr King New Discoveay for cotasuapiun Iandmy life and j now way 217l ppuuds J spo i ivbly guarren uidd for Couirbs Colds aod Lung troublee Pjice 50c 10 too Trial bottles at Huyponaod Rob ortou Makes Weak Women Strong I have taken your Remicks Pepsins Blood Tonic I kho it to be the best tonic evorusod O1tenough Mrs O D Pickering Obey Ill For saje by Hay do n and RbertsooS bb7tradverIUsers Jor FoleXa Honey and Tar and sjexdide lungs Wood Wimsatt Editor Lynch of Dally Post Phl JlpBbnrg N J has teste tbejinerit of Folsya Honty and Tar w1ti this suit I hava us da gr atJi1Y ip t ntramapleg in my bonaa for cpids nyYCJotthe kirid Jhave ever oiled and J can Jiot eay tobmuch ojJij WocjdlKim att I YaarXe oT a iold l pu can naves be quite eafisfieo f In1theIaill j litltheelPonotj win barn oj appendicje At t firtsign a CTorap take PerVy DayldIf Painkiller itt waJra avreetehed wat aud relelf cornea irt once Thelie tyf onC Painkiller Perry payi 25 antI 50 tents l 5P WIII iSBEWMAKER SSROOTS S HENMAXER beslje and seCraie TVo 1nd70 Kill WOUNDED MAN MAY RECOVeR gateIchutChHHCOtJ scene of usetio sbootirg affray oOlaslDd1o afterrootiCerge Sbewmaker wasshot and badly kerIBothparticulars of the aflair Iha owjngtcoIJIlctng side having a different Version iofthe Circumstances as they are supposed to have occurred The only eye witness beside the two principals in te affray were John Shewinaker a brother toe wounded boy and a youqg man by the name of Montgomery who was wjth George and Jiihn Sbewmaker when they encotni e red Leslie Tne cause of the disagreement between the two young men could not be learned btond the fact that tbettj was an old grudge which had existed r some time The story told y the friends of Leslie Shetw maker io ty the effect that he WEB attacked by Gorge and John tshewmaker and the Montgomery boy and that the latter two were folding him and George wa to beat him with a rock when he tired the shots The other side however denies this account and say that George- hewmsker was totally unarmed and that Leslie shot him after a1 few hot Words had been ex hangeiLa The wound received by Shewmaber was thought youngc to be of a fatal nature but up to e time ot goifag t pnessl e was jimoroving wiinf chatices 1avora ble to his recovery The ban entered the abdomen low clown and to the side It Vas extraced Iby Drs McChord and Cox and jthe fact tbit no complkatioqe have set in is considered avor able Sbewmaker the shoo st has not yet been captured Deputy hefiff A C Kimball went out tto arrest the young man but failed to locate him Heis thought to be in hiding iin the neighborhood probably awaiting the result of she bullet wound Welcome as 8uu htnc after a long storm is tlia feeling of relief when an obstinata pitiless cold lyAlIenuBallam g used If throatacha anti sole Jungs by this remedy can quite realize haw bet eelingia There is no opium in the Balsam its good effect is radical and llastifig Take a bottle home today In JVIcmbriam Mis8 Lea Shirley ddat her home near TatLam Springs dn last Tuesday morning Nov dSB1 wtb that dreaded disease cpB sumption She was twentysix years of age and was a member of Ibo Christian church at Antioch Miss LeJa was a oung lady lloved and rftspected hy all who new her in this tad adjoining counties Silo bad a host of friends She leaves a ather and mother and two brothers to mourn ncr loss Her Jnneril services werecouductud by Eld David Cirnpbellfthe Willie burg Christian church onTlianks giving day at one oclock The pall bearers wore Misses Laura Lay Maggie Moore Rena Sir MnyrniMerritt t1IIheFairview t1 sympathy to the beg ved patent and direct them t the At mightyi Oue for comfort and consolation as He is our Con fortur iu time of troublp Mr J1PSocadrtfirst of last March Weepnot dear parentsto i arejwaitingj aAFriend Health and Beajnty A poor compaction is uaaclly th result of a torpid liver or kregula j alral isjlSnatuisj are yrorjd famous for renaedyjirg tbi8j tver1andpot pHUHayd n Robertson K i1p iWfi r IJfWE IILL LEADS 1 itf WeenW the dfetinction of eafty 1 c assortmertjWVeveslQwrijriSprjntfirdOur stoc of Drtuur great vanity of Foreign and DditieiUri l FabrIcs ii st rrrSerges 50c to 1 ir it ct yd Meltinetts 60o to SL5O per 1 i V Puur160cI 1 Wi Broiidcr th Ito J7S Sacking Flan i y nasaofl noellet great variety 1IOUK ClOAK IEGAilTMEKT r cdmplet linr 34 Jackets Atitpmpbiles itPlush tapes Misses Jackets Cliii- drens rJln 1 Iflfiints Wraps ai t 1 MENS SUIJ1S JromS3tOo S- 1MENS OVERGO trsl FlOn 3 O th415T- 3OYS f J T SUITS S3OOtoS12O4ROYS OVERCOATh25O SA-00 f J t IHIJJDS SUiTS 65o tQ j5ciJ CHILD S OVERCOAT C Sl50tfjg o r t t We Jeid thpm SlJ in Men Women dhi i cJrens Shoes SiOWl tht01I0WI0 cq1brfedI 4makes JJIanss Fine Shoes for Men Drew t Selby i po for Women t Star Shoe CplV fcc n Misses Biidds Shqea for Children andfar Iijiore suiistantijil wear we have the fbUowlng famous ijnakes DOruchHays fprC meiij W Pontiac4ndrC IS Shpes for viotcpj WoUSt 4vspecial attention our stock We guarantee satisfaction 1 c tPurnishitgsin1drauY thing in Jarpetfi Oil Clotli Linoileunij lagior Vrt- SqaarH Jd01i fail o see our hue We wiiriirake special prices to CASH BDYBBa diluulilgilaffi PUllOkffj C i Hav6lL Any BuiMinT6t If So RemebetTht The Sp lnqIit4di I tomtwittt- Has f a nice line of all kinds of building fTjMateiriaI that Ifoekcan suit you in p rices4 and mightb 3 well to get their prices tfe e if youdont intend to buy froW them You wil find them always ac Grrifnjo dating They are also dbmgi ontfjic work fnd if you do not war tc J ioit after the building of ypurhouse y iuraself tne p will do this for oyr They I have jus t abouf rnpJetettT th rbJiII r ing on I ebanon St and are just fi ting opened upfor busineis A i J Dont fsten toWht othepeopoatl fcrwaboutI wtjdj WiiWw wjahiii SSALEI t rlJ r t 11PA1I1TS tfi New before wasAucli a LARG i1 = S rQOKof lenJnndBoIJ I PATSFsav sown iile itic our att i1 Slaughti ied Pricei I t c i 44f iI m epnn Rductow k I I ONNETRO13SEU jc f IISOME UDDSilRDERDSittJt i r t Kift f 5 Vle wdlaIso offer entire skik of S bverall Pants ahdotstO1t Prices g DontFafltCaII toiib1e tOhf p goodhere ni rl iOURSiRb1o4 tR Vs t J i r Ifi t e5St 45EVIZLrS KITChtH Fund Fr rolka f i- 1be Muae ta Ppn4- t mi proa1jpMy auut jteIb IlJLses t M41ttI3any prsonaI Otrtiett K WiU flud one enry HiHHilx la the I I t414 Ow IkiI Ii HMlk lVrt by fcer flha etOn41 ftttttrcav of the dW uot ju ibowt tie iaiterAK w or 4ipris or wI wtrUI- ut sbebipb4 tb4I wtqi Lr battue trfU jprret te cwr f w davk jf f4iIr quiet In iR11 kC1- ckMtenff fsfa thnt hi wouM fdlst BjieH nUlfc and I uuu ofUjw 1II of PluUuey ifjad been la JJr Jlocwevelff gjjrv wp put In hk place Mrs viilt tMjratelf wHJ ItaYe u general ftKbfSt tlate Jj the servants e maer 4iw upprvls Ipu of the trp4r1114 tbeJirJIct1ouof the I ve4ue4 tti Va1 ft6IIMf1w ir kltckea that Is tbss lit te4 pikkUt liquse Viftdi oA4fr tlee riilIy diulog iiitrjv ju the north 4Iu4I Of tw IwBeuieUL The 4t ite wrs used ils rf fl the Id AbgaII Ad a Mrs ijiW tt wa cenfrxl pfijrt t ffof niMWnit In whtefc Is now the jfLUf i a tgiituiee brick veQ and l iug eU ksre tIII tlieze but the i fc Jtu4tt uuiler the shadow of the tront parch a nd aust have been ir pWf for work At Its best Thai flJI4J413 the rtoi w by Mrs r rtilK IHHI K ciipced to Its pr sont jr fgriiKytt J re arc WQ kUclicna a mnll one n wtst end the main one lending t f It wh1cb is about forty tert long WufyfivQtrd Both ropnis hnve cI JiMt ijoors While the nro iascaM to the height of six or teetv with white tllfts Thps- eiif re siuipHed with every modern IIPB appllaifcc V atijy south side ol the large TMiiiitgrcdttiojoded range cdvfaIuj ft tlw entlr val1 nnd vrovldet jkinpbericss baking and wamiln In the tciMer of thcr60ih la a ilpsrtabfc aiid suspended from the r ijj Directly over Ifjs a maminotb 4r swing on which tire hanRlni wklns uitiifiilsv brass kettles nnd 4I1lig hiurtiIsbtd glass rrcn tbe iorth side of the room j e i closets wncblnpT from colling I j oft Their MJiper part ore sheLved hUed with tinware and crockery lkefojner la divided Into flour t and cereal bins with tIer tOfl4 aantajTor sugaU1t sp1eaiid o l K p on te sqnt v side are Uift sinks pifauctB tot dghwnsbtng while nortL underiieatb the blgwiiit f with their ground gloss panes jip side tthles tht uortifeisl coriier of the family i t1 vvhlch Is fufiUshriil on a BinalU In the Banle limutuf tis the mr tiie la the rttiiriUwjiltcrt where the t ItZei dining room Is sent up t Jintlers jmntry Wea Ae All lgbt euieu aje alt right Theyre goodc ri4 li forjniost ofAtis Thered no of being a professional worlds cylon woman hater that just keep t r y fronj ihtf notion that wouiep are i tjiilte as spleUdrdas men They i Vriievze splcwilder when they are t r of tlie right hiffrt materials Pex- j joifu wjtsklug hov tine is to find paragons of friends By being a iSrtm obWtlfA TbaL eny Isnt It out a lot oflUtltf messensers of 1eeds of sweet friendly thoughts 4hrng motives nud It these little j pgers dont come hack with their i txta bulgtig with the same gifts nilss my guess Its a sort of east i uf bread upon the waters If you r vr throw out any lines baited with I an yuipatby and wohranly good TotflJ never catch so niach ns n t oow of affection But dont stand jjxtf let a man say Its just like a 4ei There Is a principle at stake 1ij forltr Jump Into the arena and 4 f i It put Dont hurt him Just re Jjlirt good pimira Telegram Was WrUlBK Dotv Utlngs forfemlntue desks must be hInts nowadays Tbe finest dies Is used as well as delft sevres other costly Imported wires The fit uiouablt black Flemish oak desks t the moment are fitted with snow Me writing pads mounted In chins t the stationery sod wax must 920 vrhlte fa be correct The penbold t M china are so easily broken that ruW those of pearl are subatr JjvStblnp andl gray paper is used tcrrdlriary note situ correspondence for more formal fetlera1 white y PJInI L1ld piper Is employed fiewcst sheets are ltpost square i iare very terge thla being dcuiaiid i thftfemlalne cliiroRranhy of the i JiMnT the envplojie lIs objon t il targe and fastens with a square 1RES AND l ULCERIrcsiM 4 TJcers never becomb chronic 3 the blood is ia poor condiLioni is sMtWMkaiid tinable to lhrow ofl t ixAii that accumulate in ilL The 0 oil jiiuttibe relieved of the unhealthy cr firowgh the sore and great danger 5wouid follow should it heal baton jloodbMju iinadepure and healthy c i laUJHipurities eliminatedfrom the Bys SSvbeginstheciirebyfirstcleans aid invigorating the blood buildiujS faa gestial health and c 4 opitimitT DKAfft s ernattee TI SYSTEM ithistai been accotnplfecdihe dis 4c gradually ceases and the sore o ai heals Itisthietendencyof theseol d I tent sores to grow wOtse aid worse vtvrehtuallytodestfeytheboiies Local nihon while soethifl and to tome tvtepaiuannotreechthee tieub1e S4oeaiidsonstt a iaweaitiy liopeleyoiir condithos t lUiouth yout MsiitttMai ai aji Wekca- ryii U will briu rdkfwb ietHB 4etiut Jt8aMjb itlMri pare bfe od nq7 to keri the aW 4 aMttiiii bimto disised body I 5 bsit Lock Bor scWiois afc Siat t uy Jes irosa the kSMM t irao solid sore icrsfvt hysWHr e sed I iad to tripi to hot rdn MEci Ibrcnape bl 4 pvuct bx wreenUnM to poonottt ntncr to roil be dimio s itbtr ts4rctiev If your 4bmsieltehei horcayItdiucnidlinyordJN f4 J hccoii ebnkid for our fie book n4ISS Mr im await yoiz cs We asfotthiaIF4ti1 11 UWIc s tA B3T IIP 1HATE CleRWI PItt It Pl4 ts SVea are dsy3 o rcortls ndpftheatr- eoolL gaidattta o loctioii and thorougteoaJ ati care h ts recorda o beat cxceptit- snsaPIietcr owitc alwayj thabo t alwava fca leader is today tetter thoit cwn It Maia to the cUn bt aevor ste a tk tia tricks jt marches t Tie poopK not oy want to be cand bul curtd 1tid Bensons Blaster does it CoBphs c5Ws lumbago astlmt brbnchitii liver an kidney corapWats j a4 oth rillf appro chalJobyancxtcrawl tfimedy yieliio J3eu ns asiaodoea to heat Neither B lLwlon Strengthening or Capsicum plasters or to ba compared with Benfcraa leopla Ho have oaca tested the medtsofh3enir Blaster have se fcirany olhor ixternal remody Mono than 6 p ian3 and drug gist and thousand times as wany nbiu piofessional riwnu are talldj Bensonn Planters ow of tttef home remedies that can bq t istwlc Tiftrfivc luhcst a rrlqliave baea made to It to cosnpatitipn h tho best known plostenrof Eropa si I Ainerlrexi Dotter proof of its merits ia iaconcciviblOi Bo sure to get the tcntzlw- rsaob7aItdruggist5 orwewill pro aypostagb vi any number ordered in thtf jJnLtodtatson rcMptnf 25c each Se b ry Johnson Mffe Chemists SJt RICHEST FRENCHWOMAN VCae Recel ea iefiithuAdttoauI or twrtc at 8OO eet Five million dollars lisa been added toJlic fortune jot the Duchesse dtlzcS- by the will of her granduneic the Due do KurbouueI tra iler fortnuc wjis large before this bequest flwl sht is vow considered the richest womaii i e cccjirsnii OOZES Pjjnncfe When CSeueral Boulnnser was TnTtbe height pf hIM ftjory It was the wealth trf flic Duchcsse dUzes that cijaliUnl hlui to inalutalu his political llowiiig AVomena RIght Po tnK6tntup s u Purls FieUchvoftKUs clubs have invented a new and curious method of advertising the tvrpngs of theIr sex A short time ago stamps were placed ou tale in different qunrivrs of Paris lestluid to be sold at the sonic Jirlce and nt the snintvtluib us the onll wiry government poHtise stamps The lub stninp shows tlu figure of n stal wnrt iJinnlcarrylnri1 nu escutcheon on wlifch appears thL legend Ulghts of Women The stomps are almost the facsimile of the oj lcial stamp wltfithe exp ion tint ou the olticlal stamp a hlgureI Of a woman bears a scroll wonlSi Rights of Man The worn cns clubs considering the otHcial motto Invidious and harmful to tliffr Interests seize tile ociiiidnn to assert their cause by proposing that etery letter mailed benceforth from Purls to vihe provinces or abroad shall hear both stamps wtien sent tiy fcyiupnthlzeM with the feminine doctrine In this jway they hope to carry everywhere their protest against the sellishnesa of JiueqOhlcngo American The WeddtlHR Dnntinrtn The arrangement of the bouquets of the bride and her attcndnnts is as much la subject of study uowndoys ns Color scheme and the general details In most Instances the florist left tocar ry out some effectIve design after the bride has selected the filossoms but ot caslonnlly the bride dicldes just howi the flowers shall be arraug At n re cent weddtng The bride suggwtcd the arrangement of the botftjuets anti they attracted annsuai atieutlotr says th i Philadelphia Dnlly Telcgiaph The brides was composed of a mitral macs of llllei of the valley rirrtbtlr heaves encircled by white rows filtuy slQa was feRtponed around this bios jsoms which appeared io ds from n cloud of piist Narrow whiu satin rib boo In a varied arrniigetiniu of laid loops tied the blQftsrmiri The maid of honors Iwnquet was of white chrysanthemums urrnngvdln n central mass with trairug sprays of thesame flower and festoons of white iLlusiOn The bridesmaids mrrktl Iwcls baskets filled with white cbryBanthe iiiums nod trolling ferns Oues De arrxt toei WhosaysitlitR Is nobn self eonsolou Introspective age A wbmnnN new Irntkro1Tered rlzc a iv 1reks ilgo for the best essay on My Dearest Enc my The essays were punieruua tine spuri nod analytical desrrlblng every foible and slUng and touching lightly on the virtues of enemny ihftcribed Tie were besides the prize winning rtsay eight which got honorable men lout Tjhfr wrltgrs of ftve of these JjaC described herself or himself slrh bad described her mirror The Hollowing bit of subtlety won the prlzi- Mr Drarert Puernr are the kind contrail h pale and lrk atul am colorless and and thin witty and cipridouu ham Bippant and tolutllc talks cannotlistenrobe one mIght tare teem raried It K but hadnt ought to Sbe haunts me we doej nci ine she goes before and never get there boptht you do not yetbow wtahjordidI She ia my idea o myself GKtis Ford Gtrla In cboosliig Christmas gifts reraern her that to sprnc friends comfort ineaua 3 great deal One woman last year re JolMd exceedIngly in a wadded silk mrWU Jacket which Santa Chums lirougbt IUT A kimono also light de to many persous and bedroom 6llplk rs rtf yuroV fur Hued Port suck name nt the Ophor liinwii every cold mornlngj it is pafc In vhooslng for girls froiuv theli oarly jRnua on ta uppjy xqmiKnperlliious ur ttcle of tIrtw j ilK MQckhigs ji modish belt biiclvlct doves ntt any nil tlturs fdt Lmnzmdiimtt movehI vteI- wtsirisml to aByjaTty going girl 1sig lov Jier tmn situ shliitnrs r ri ftvi fc iife iiunmfjtpf tthe bolt film 1 StUf JibErhl hIko Japsuese g iethat wlmrB lie becotiiliiiily around the throat nniitir ibe oventii rJoaU atd to mifuL a raftjp ballrootu pr a pilt of carriot ail uy era il ioiera Bwuf BLQMANI- resliI5I4 the iiIisdti WGaos- Iitlrsge AaeietiIote1- 1ev OiJhila Rrovb0 has been neieetid to tIlL 4jithillcy pf tVisconmmlil onm tiUTage missocla ilon isjr In many rpt4ls a brilliant woman Born near Knhuuazoo MIcb tier early edUKitloa was obtained at home mid at Cedar Perk seminary Schoolcnift After spenilinj a year at Mount Holyoke JKUilunr South Hnclley Mass site was gnuluated front OtFMIlJt BltOttH Antioeli college id 1800 After aj couise luuuology at 3tt Lawrericej university she was ordained by the Universal church In laEt and nfterf live years of preaehlug In Massnehuj settK veiii to JlnVine to pmUli In the IJuI versjliM vhurcli The Haclnt TlmA was cpniluHii by her for many yiijic 4 anti slit is flue of the prbmours of I NPV England Suffrage nsso Jatlon UK llrst ever otgaulzed in Hie Unite States fn 1S82 she Qrglnl7e Vls ronAlu nssocla tion and has been Its president fpr n iiDinlKrr of years J clone Entertainment A derRhilly original entertainment was given other day at a tMmtitlfni suburban home thai could lie eople with prouYDy thoKe interested In plniir ning affaIrs for churcliand charitable ptirposcK V A jiplustem ten wa wording on the InvItAtions which were hearted by a clever little pen jiud Ink sketch of n eat the spiuaterk solnie Thfe guests were Invited to come at three oclock In the jrfternoon and to appear In the costume of tlie traditlonnl spIn seer Time majority or the guests wore curls aUii nil of them Old tlmu gowns They carried reticules and quaint heath bajra confalnlng jsprigsi of fennel and sweet Slag root and peppermint drops In response to n request in Invlta tlou each one told jj stony of her court hip nnA why her lovtjr was rejected The gliPKt telling the best story receiv ed Us a prize n Hue picture with a cat for he xtibject A guessing match was the feature qf eutertalumeiit Out d prize wits nwirded to contestant giving the grtatest t number of correct answers o j a series or eat questlbns The quefe tlons nod answers wtre an follows Library cat catalogitei aspiring rat catamount tree cat caialpn near relation d aikln water nit cntiiniLu dangerous cattcafustrophei Imrlxr cat dioitMotJ spicy cmBtipi eats fii vorlte plant catnip muskal cat cut guti Plttsburg Dlspalih Progressive Krenobrrorueo j Thewoineii of himrt hnve Inltintrd ai movement which in espectpd to Intluj Vlice future Hertfon Their watchi word is efreiiKe of Jroporty IV tlirrliiul ijml lllierty they purr Msetosupport by Influence anti mon ey candidates who will uphold tjibir platform An Influential committee tins bjeu foriiied under the IrnderMlilp of itw wife of Admiral de Cuverville anti icrultlni is Jutively prot rmllug ftc women distinctly disclaim any ehriui plonship of ftMnliilsni or that they n re sieklng to ohluln lijiposuHilc HIjeqUH or ridIculous wjualitUS They nHI jder voje speciaL ntteniluu to of better clasx who do hot take lbs tifour tile to vote anti contrmplute excluding from their drawing rooms nil who jire unable to prove thai they hnveexerc1a eel the rijrhi of franelilse proclamation now being clrculnted rpjecta aoclallsm and lUiernnllsui de mnnds ifcoenltlon of the right of Kreneli mothers to rfiooRe W iwnliera of their children hud winds up with this referente to recentt legislntioii We derfiiethat nfl consclencis maybe tree Frvncli soil lunctloinvrUs and jlrlwis monks iitid 4iuii nlsn ijave cotscJe1ces and we demand liberty for them Fntnin Cradle Songs Perbaps the best itowu cradle song In Ktisltsnsppakirtg countries is Ijucy Ijirwnfs flock a by unity on the Treetop though Kugene Kleldsr lilld verses and the soiif of Robert sStevctistm nrHllk ly to lie as geiieiiifly nhloLT4d by nnbtliergenerailoiu Tar they hnve liWn Imperinaiieiilly coupled with tines thai Ke nut wifflrlcutly filmple flowing or ruuslinl ipe liken upuy ihe fople Un lo lyjPp My Fttitiy Paritmig tamiitiriy ktmvt as- Kum lV iullaby is I1tIiiIis1 tno t coiiiiiionly snng in Aui11ba of any late soiig of similar clKintd- linrnnbylR Now the May Is jvi- UioftgU generally ifftsorla reel with iymn oolltTtlons In fnrf a inihaimy1otihy setoml mute am omj oserSS cet find iowtSIr Arthur S Sitll wia Oli flush Thee My HaliyMs itnotb tt perfect cradle thelo ly Lrit Uiu 6icof this character lately proluced lii the Dream music In Hu nper dhick8 Hansel und Gretel Which sooner or later Is sure to be detached from work llstflf and absdrbed Into the ranks of nffecllonatt udd cradle songs in a floni Nursery Tlhe rutiii iiiirvi ry lu Ol yiy shimrg is hi auvrry its though It did t ecu lain Tour sunill royal dfsnppoln mentp llmtjs girls H Is a very hong ultra cry papered wlih lilstbrlcal scehvs placed very low upon walls hat the chlldrin con Jlhs s frotii one to tile other touching each with au Inquiring lliigfr There nre giiv rnessis Hint uuj e forllfetw little Iussl nswioKe itjotlier Is Allccfof rlcas daughter of die rlticcsa Alice of KitgUin ftnd whed they go to drive hearts t liua shin intHtlnie thyy arc KenletJ iu b handsome carriage behind tluj Tlnest pair of white ponies lu the czirV w Ftpbles tiLts chlldreu speak English ypry wijlU and fof a jtime It looked as iKpugb tbe czvrina would be eoiu unpopular because of teadi ieigthieth lier nattvVfpngue befqrwtliey had learued Russian hot on b ing re mo tratedkT lU by the czar she fe push Ilul ifciy JeuVri Enflksii then P2e2ai IjI1i f rw w rr iocicIs5beiuand porlooklag I fworst klad of a aa fyS binailon L Eureka Harness OI1no- too1ymskesthobarniuasd4ite horse lock better but satkM the katmiergoft eadtntIktteputttIn eon dmon to U t twlcs as loac It ordlnarUy would Ittlwyke I5lAIiDAkDO4LCO Glye Your Horsed L chance t itueir mothers native land la that way Philadelphia Times t Women Who Wear Badges Indeed 4he American clubwbtnarr Without a badge Is an anomaly One Mrs William Tod Helmuth of New Vork wears ho less than fifty of tlitse glittering emblems jvhlle the merest JUejuber of a country clutfc counts at least one badge among her terrestrial treasUreS The badge movement bei gan ten yearn ago When eiiibable Inughterfl of Uncle Sam organized na tional societies each socltty aspired to qn appropriate symboL This more the mightier seemed to be an been tlve with this lualvtdual member for average Amencau clubwoman ppsj sessesTand wears proper occaslons a BclntHlnting Jutle row of decora tions Oneof the most prominent club wbnien In touiitry confessed Id hnv hug Jujlued a ted patriotic organlza lion solely fo Mhef ake of wearing Its aKractlvp emblem Bcitha DmuarU Kuobe In Wolnaus name Companion Miss Roosevelt Debut Miss Alice Rouscrelts debut will be ou Ian3 at nlnrgeball at the White House The young tpnux of the town taro angling already for Invitations to what will be naturally the smartest debutante affair of the winter Miss lsnlK lle Hapner Mrs Roosevelts sot clhl secretary and one of the most pop ular young women In society Is grow hug even more popular anti iaemmmhn- iriissed with the number of med mIx Ions to gain her good will It Is said time previous Invitation lists at White House will be entirely disregard ed Jn making up the lists for Invlta lions this year and dint any one coril corning whose social standing there is slightest question will nut receive the coveted cards j Lull Lhninnn Otneronllr For sonic reason notion prevails that nil grratsingiuBrarc m rctnary During the last suuuner Siiiie LchI inaiU punnittidjher vacation to lie Ip terruiitwl to extent of singing ut tin Moyart festival a wBalzburjr amidf aptmmntuee there yas tIre foahire of festival As tut iiiaiiiK iiuut hind sport no expetmse Ato proiure timeI Ist urtlsts available a uo4l deal 06 mouiy liad bifu KH ut anil ihicnmuiit tee wax confronted with the possibility of a deficit When Mihel hminns cheek for her four performances was presenied to her and slit lenrmrt the state of affairs site not oUly lecllu eel to trke It but added an well check of tier own for 5000 marks to lund Mother and Son wiw a liandsdnip boy In the car one evening amf he was accompnfnled by pretiiest mother have Keen for mauya lay Time boy was well bred to a legriC and every fimRwuget In the oar knew iHfort1 hehad b nn there five minutes nail liked lilm for It this mother was quite unconcerned and evi dently cou Ulere l hits good manners as the only snshLle Ones hut could tell her that she might took city over before finding his equal In breeding She will take comfort with that son as long as sIte lives because site bus tauglil him to regard others before self a rnjy lesson Indeid Betty Bradeen in Boston Trawler The Irish board of agriculture will try to persuade the women of the country districts that It is to thelr ad vantage to obtain all possible trnln lug In domentlc KCteuce Miss Char lotte OConnor Eccles hue undertaken work of Interesting women giv lug lectures on hyglene food cloth tug and how labor may be lightened Miss Gertrude Faze has been acting as governor of Ukiahoma She is ate no mpher In the office of Jovernor JeiiklnH The governor has been ub nent in Indian Territory slid his pri vate sicninry Fw1Lt Weuner was culled to Ijiwton on territoriaL bust ness titus pavingMiss Fazvllu charge of the oUice r Mrs Wu wife of the Chinese mln Ister at Washington has lately re turned from n visit to China She reports a show hut iMTtvptlble change of sentiment In favor of letting worn ens feet grow to a natural size Miss Urlon Could east her vote at n ceut elenlou in TarrytownN Yt oil the question of providing n high service filter reservoir to Improve the city water Wlss Palit a native Hindu stood at heath of B candidates for dei grecs nt Calcutta University this yea lu a list of a thy lisa nd slime Chiron odd Utr Work Mile Clllrou an old teacher conducts In Inrls n TencherK Aid society on thot AVCUUI de Itoute During this past eight years she tins found work tot 20UO imtMiiproyiHl teachers Milt Chi ron finds positions for them ta teach when she eon but many of them are so pour that they are jrlnd to have lnr get them any work which will Insure them Khelter nnO food They go out hs snlMiwothuft uurseglrls or house tierv anta lu France as in America the overcrowdedItime In heir own youth takes lu young leaclitrs when they have tio where to go Mp thoni to redeciu their ptxJpeMy from the pawnltfokiT and asslstrt them with nioupy ito fnrmts Hr Hhiuler mpans permit Site is de ncrihud ns ail iscpllcnt womau fulUot simple luman klhduefis The Fire oClpck Tea Thr popularity thei clork tea Is huh itimitihshwd nndtiuggiwlous for dulu ties for this favorite function iitv al ways welcome Oriental cnudles are In pst1Hi demand nnd they come mncnd In dainty lltfle oriental etraxv iKiRkets which make serviceable little mtjrta clcs wheu the onfctlonpry huts been 4isposil of Fig paste with various nui flavors such an almoutl pistachio arid filbert Isa ileliclous oriental sweet meat and nougntK an iuoljy good Chinese variviy of jrauge very sjnall eid evehiess hrproytits au acceptitbie ctltHtiooi to tLc at INTELLIGENT HORSES A Pair its flew York TfcktKmerr When Dinner Time CaV A pair of lutelllgent horses attracted time attention of a large crowd on Nas son street nt float one day reVentlyr Tbey were attached to a beavllyHoadl ed left wagon coming down the steep grade between cedar street end Maid en lane find were holding back the wagon with a noticeable effort AVIjen they wets half way down the whistles blew f6r 12 oclock Suddenly norm drew In to the curb mid began to plant their hind feet well forward to stop wagon says the New York jSuu Time driver made no effort to check theta stud their bard work at ouoe nt 4rdcted notice Pedestrians looked at horses and then at the driver Who had a broad grin on his face 1y hard work the jvagou was stopped The jlrlver sdt still and watched his Sill hiafir One of them Inrtuedlntely begun rubbing his head against the neck of the other and with tiods and pushes Succeeded In rbbliing his bridle off Then the other horse took his turn at rubbing find his bridle came off Fully persons intel watched this and when It was complete the drlypr got doVn from bit seat and swung a bag of oats over the nose of each nn hmal Tilt driver wks patient and proud of his tenth He petted them and talk ed to them and when they were through he drove off whistling Talk about laboring nina drop ping his shovel at the souqd of tile noon Awhistle said one iuah that bents Anything ever saw No one hereafter nepd try to convince me of the fiitellbrncr of horse The ice wagon team settles It A A Boys Drr m I Ipotc mult hart ft too much Tsnkgling 4iy For iSlet dinner was quite too tired to play ir1lute to take a nap Ctt Then Strange 1Twlly felt like UklBgoo Tbinktgivln day ffAndfunnr dreamt mire rime out tod at dlijnt icreatn Though ett like It Iwill QuerrhtiW tttml back qute as cold know If real lc cream vr But when one berth to speak held mr breath everything about the torn naa Hilt is death 0h monster listen to frlenJI herd what he althl led then another began monster dread Fortwtnt dsp toil twenty days Were bread Norheee baron nor glue Were almost deidl Today ire four watched you eat He his bead Wt you eat enoueb swear keep us tout Ten solid years do declare maybe morel watched you eat but ire still Thin as For not one tingle single crumb Fell the Tbent up and since that dream Vet wondrrrd whether It would Ss drtp Hie mIte a rrumb orlwo Thoajrh mother tayai oughtnt to Elizabeth Jamison in liall and Goffli e Mnde by Bor Charlie C Butt aged fifteen of NP noiivlllp O aid his brother secured an old barrel n piece of stovepipe n ham FOR OnDUlS met and smi nails and the above eo guile wits lire result of their Ingenuity arrangement jof the tracks anti wheels Is a clever cue Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Wolf In DlifrnUe Once upon a time a wolf who was going after the farmers cjjlckens toot the advice of a fox and disguised him self la sheeps clothing For said the fox If the dogs see you they will take you for a harmless lamb and let you pass When fhe disguised wolf was nettr the chicken house he beard the dogV bark and saw them running toward him atthe top of ibelr speed thou fool sold the wolf for now the dogs think that 1oui a lamb and shave nofvar of me will change my mind get out of this IncuiubtTlng clothing and make a winning fighmtt But before be could get the gdrnipnt off the dogs were upon bfm and took hie life Mnrmdht is easier to change your mind than your clothing 8 Theyd Ue Twlnoer Little Marys best friends were a brother anti sister named Louis anti Louise Out day Mary was told her playmates were twins Site looked In credulous for a time then with a shrug said Well maybe they are but If Ixnila were a girl or Louise u boy theyd be enough sight twinner An Importnnf Question One of tIle questions which are pro rented to every nina who applies for n sifuatlon lu the Batik of Englaml Is U w do you spend your Suudays Drat Vn on Time Oh conic ubWy I sy exclaimed the Brltlnher You taust admit were Qhrad qf you inn grits many wyse In one great particular t admit you are said the Yaukce And that Ist Time lts8 oclock In London and Ifsonly 3 here rblladclphla Record Juvenile nn ontnti Mr Vlso Johnny can you tell me why the little hand on my watch goes faster than the hip one Johnny after mature reflection Papa Isnt It for same reason tliut J baye to run when I go walking with you Exchange Not Nvglcclrd Dobbs You ought to do Boraethlng forthat cold of yours A neglected coltli ofteu leads to serious comieqweiKwi Iobbs This one Is not nexlecipd Your or five IJundred of nijj friends are looking after It New Attraction TownsI see Oaymanjiail to par MWKoy 25000 for brcaW of proni- fke Browne Tei naaJiow hei trying 10 mrry a r for btr money PhUailV ibiPye 1 Work tiff a Germaa Woman Has A toasacd Art lit aaa Critic opyflapbaelsSlstlne j laid th lr brushes down In despair And what painters have failed to dp with tIle brush one woman has nceom pushed with hjer needle I Dresj1enhitishap a creation tills picture n second tline he spent be veen live amid six years on her work Itoni the begin ulng slit bail unusual dllflculth to sur mount and when tbd great undertak ing waq finished and noted artists came and looked they would not accept the word of thpr artist uptll they hail ex amined boil sides of the canvas and recognized that every square Inch o the work was unmistakably done b ttjtthet6 be tiandoned Not a hnisbful of paint haiVtpUched the picture riloselh idilo of various colors stItches ol various lengths had wrought the mar Tel There js uq sug e rtlou of tapcijti or Uolclln work It Is nmlle painting not w avhig both In final tone and t x rcs4lons of faces and ftrtltt reproductlbh of the draperies The soulful eyes of mother and tjje startletl look of the child are so ad mlrnbly copied thai one feels the full message of the spiritual truth while tin texture and color 6f the robes lea v exhJiitionnot closed iefome inimit f this work was publicly acknowledged The king and qUeen of Saxony came to view the picture and complimented the embroid erer Frohr Germany the pletnrewas taken to St Petersburg where a large sum Was offered tot It The owner declined to seij mid carried her treasure to Lou don 4here It jvds exhlbUea at Marl borough House before the Prince and Princess of Valcs FrotH London It was taken to the Paris exposition and deceived the gold medal from the Inter national Jury ladles Home Journal Women InternatiOnal AssoCiation From out of the west cornea the news thai soqleiy women of the larpe clties are folloVng the lead of Chicagofltis and unjtlug their forces or the establishment 0f yu International nsspcln lion pt woinpns athletic clubs In pnch of the cltipsjntertiited is to be formed a club modeled after the splendidly equipped Womans Athletic chub of Cblcago with a memlterKliIp made up Of tin eelect of the community Mem bershlp In oily ont of associated clubff wilt be recognized as a mark of high social stauillng will be ac cepted as n passport between cit ies New York wilt probably have the finest building of ant of the ehuhst says MrsL Pauline hyatt oftijcCiiielgo AVopiensj club In Philadelphia Cio cinnati anti Cleveland also women are enthusiastic have seen some London women corresponded with others concerning International plan and will go over there to fiplp thorn In Paris too they are inter ested Cultured Girl wFnrmer The cultured daughter of a dlstinr gulshed diplomat has taken to farm tug She Is Miss Frederica Banford whosO father was once minister to Bel glum During jslifetlme his wife and daughters Were entertained at every European court Ijtow Miss Frederica Is tHIIngf the soil at a little place on outskirts of Der by Conn where she raises Chickens and garden stuff and herself brings tl e produce to market With her mother and slsfef Wilhelmina she lives at the old homestead In Derby front which she goes out to her farm early every morning She is an accomplished art ist and musician but she prefers to earn a living for herself and mother by working out in the fields beneath the blue sky The farm was purchased and presented to her by Seth Low nlayor elect of New York city aad an old friend of bet father A Charitable DuchecaV The name of this Duchess of jfont rosc Is a household word for nil tint is charitable and philanthropic In Scot land Her home Is Buchanan castle at Glasgow Many stories are old of her popurarlty with the people of her home city At a bazaar recently she was selling photographs and was hego1 lntinja tljiil with ri woman font per tralrof hersplf The price site asked was shinftigs but the limit of the wouldbe purchasers purse was half ff crown You can have my husband sold the duchess for jialf a crown If you like Looking first at duke who was standing close by and then at the photograph the woman said Half a crown wana gl for hint Its your bonnie self want Time duke promptly paid the other half Crowtn the outspoken woman got this photograph v 500 Worth Frtt FREE HOME TREATMeNT fcipratt Old Seres aa3 HaUgwuit iBeersIAI o all akin diseases soch M plinple oa cmauadugfroimgcrd1eje5mans GermIdde Soap We guarantee t auybftheabove dIZeaaeSWItII the of otr soap alone or we wilt refund year money most tnarreloos remedy and cnrattve power of the age The action Is as to cause disteimapineemneut and will mis In from thrie- to See weeks the worst cases To mother Should be without a take of Bannenaano Onaiddc Soap For diseoaeaof the pelvic reHon which cause snirany reflex effecUof th5 bead stomach and heart and In fact de non the whole the outcome of which is Cteet Lencprrelioja sad derangement of the OeoitQTMnanr onrana this soap hasnertt known to tall It wrflcnre Poe baby rash and ted skin It has so eijnal and makes the slda soft and white preventing rash in summer time Tcgive full imstroctlonswkh our free trial treatment and furnish enough soup free to demonstrate to yen beyond nil question that intimenoysace rlathmr thq doeto and the knowt edgeofyourneiKh sad felcedi Mere is one of a few of the thooaada of tee tlm nlals we are receIving every days lilr XVllllam Bannerman Ii have been troubled with eaeetat Jar the post three years I have tried everylhiar bet could set no relief I was recomtaeixled to Tour ems which I did and it hot cured roc eu lItsb I cauaotpralso It eu0uh and bigim- lyracoesdtt to enrosetroebkmlwitheczessu Scott kJeabuiT PLTts FofpBea Internal external or other cla dbea cs oursoippoettory unOue1le4 seer faCing to cure the worst es otsio fro six trdght appUeattoo JTe aim fcratsk p free trial treatmeatof tbtowondecful Tcmedy and when full Jrentawat fe takes we jMtrt never known t a I tzyz roDsy If you waM welt milckly write to avaensum XaMtate 7 to73 Clfc Ckka ra ten cents fa atisaps peat ass a4irta yen fret trial trtkteMrt frMh from our Ipbefatcry We ckiree yea tiatklBc for lbs trial tre tM t sad w1r yea thatwe brre remedies that arc boheet imavethc tuerltchalmed fortheen ain will cnrcypu1he lownrlcft we cliarge fared CUkMbl treatment will amount to cbthltrg cotiparedtowbat you will rccdrtin reIns Ad4ecs or caD r MiN1R INSTITU- T17T3kekSL I CimieI3kt br A1iaUiUlt iiiYiiTif EANWf MANC A OtAMS a VSTN WePaidSeptember IMCIt Mayh900 72ItNi4Thetexingten YhvrstentCsn do bicshie slifea Is aciaiy rCvcrsingstheplau tleak11eLive Insurance f iiumil I HTheLezington IYetCnt guarat py Se lta theta dollarsor ev ry one redelved frOunthem The Lexington Imtvestmne t Co I an preeiit ever allrvestment e 1 Bcauie1tpaysmoresoneyS2 Because after the thWiYsie tl saw is e1gib te i4raeyinconie which Increases his paylaenta In tht atIanertificateis killedS3 Because it zedecina its coupons In a regular coecittle order se g o called numeral drawings ox9ottery fcat ataclm to it b pbkli 4 Because after three years if the eirtf skate i ot kiJle tW kW irDbtaifla paid up certiKcaU and ctaae paying e 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