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Itpread the colamns widetthe TocaPe what Im seeking Thepteat Intide Ab here tlItbOOun u tAndy1wlbeWirtdfed horse Ami who tate watod pewsj II UK bot tkfekootboMe- Wb r w Mi te sit and dream A watGM4Mtiacti daftcing JMl hV8iiiiIfty beam Ohi IvtWn in Hfoi wotk hoi8 AN dnavmists iweet WhMi MeNvry cnrtt boetueiw JUtau prtnt 1neet Aa PPetFrotlle hilt dr tlM old beet It wakeoi Yet the weariness It itillsmKatbaBiel S Old In RocheB- teloxpYau r WORK Th6 well drillers 8orre busy a workon the JS09yle near Stew arts which is destined toIknown as the Washingtoo county oil fields The drill has been in operaion for several days 31d- aioScsfrom thirty to forty feet perday when doing full work Indications are favorable so it is idfoigood strike and the 5T H wiU ba suatt to a depth of several hundred feet if necessary bhewould be a great thin for this community Lieut W 0 Reed who has just returned from a tri roagh Whayne connty sawa tfeit the oil boom and excitement bats ti n is something re nwbabla rrbw people hay rea faith In the outlook and everybody has money Compa lilies with all kinds of caital have been organised and have begun spending money in trying for a strike Experts who have Oked over the field are of the opinion that the indications are as good for an oil strike in the eastern part of this county as in other points in the State where ir has been found in paying qualities Jt OOD RECORD Kir CiQ Price the tax collector for the town of Springfield has made t a record in collecting the town t tttaxes for the past year Out of the entire assessment be has sue ceeded in collecting to date allI ut Itan insignificant amount on property and all but a few dol lJars of the poll tax As the town owing to increased expenses willI Itneed every cent of revenue from Istaxes amd licenses it is fortunate tnat tie taxes can be collected so elosely tT1 VRNPIZCSWe publish a communication this week rom a taxpayer on the subject of the turnpiltita of the countyi the roadsare sho visg the effects amarkedllot of work is need in some parts of the county inmediately to pat the roads in shape for travel this Summer The turnpike problem is a serious one for eon sideratioa and should be given attention by citizens as well as county oficers Notice to Credif p All pen onn havitg claims Against the estate or Nancy G Garvev decd will rreveot them properly prove before 019 at Mackville KF1 on or before February Let 1902 THOSL KEY Trustee c4 ajet for heirs of tiNancyG Garyey a CM Wren Eqetai Llafe Burnt brai M ud cutet are extreme ly palnf aa4 if glepted often re- rsntla blood eioalijr Ciolbrce ire especially liable to sneh mishaf areedpIeqselfd Draws nt ike fire top the 11ioGebf41etke d acare- ot as iw ewcl plle g liiicV1a aiCk 5ihIee-J sll4IpM8l t1L twa d- cB4SL Iat J + VAbbBYHIbU i lrJm Our Ria1ar eottespODdedI It seems thit new la very scarCH in our neifrhbpthoutl but will try t9t jot down a fe itemR Jf Mrs Suaan Goatlsy had a aae on tUe 18 hEyeUiug sol faith well Frank Oaymvedth So d rfarm HvEtv TAtuta S9 move hw ElvagjBlPinksiynf a m t Pt kflley has 6e1dhiBfrm Mr Derringer Price UQ known Batter BaUard has moved to the Motfat Idie Mn Mim hda yalu ible cor tto die from mating btuut on shock odder Jetson Lyddre and mother w Te vffeii injf in Bardstown Sat urday atd Sunday P1tsemsi ropiaoeslyall frt zen oot Mr Geoge Tutcr has his new home completed and has oved Charlie Trent has moved to the bouse vacated byMr Tbcker3M1 Edwardsr has movud iu Lnehbohbod Mr Pat Kellev isgotog vi have a aSe un the 29b Mr Sam Tucker and wife visited Mr D d Sbehan oLd wife Hcrbine should be uses toehrich add purify the bleod it crifes all form of dsordera it U eaoecfally useful in fevers skin eruptions boils pimplts scrofula salt rheum and e very form of blood impurities It i safe and effectuall cure Price 6meentx Hay4oa and Robertson The properties of Ballards Snow uaeiUi1nessold i illic j tf tktfje kre children that it Is not n ded Price 25 and 50 ecnts Haydon ind Robert son FId WT tilve lath ttiriiing anuiUuct went of a dicnv ry thut will DretqlIpn then IIrt is made by Editur 0 H Downey of lb rabn ro Ind I wih to fctat he writes hat Dr Kin us Netr Discuverv for Consumption Is tne must irif4Iite rpmedy hn I tfl ave ever seen for Cough cod and Grip Is invaluable V ueope irh wet luups H iv iioS ti4 wonderful raedcin noi cne ned drrad Pneumonia Consumptin It rei lei is in stan and cure eertaiu Ha don adKobetsm gua untee ry 0cerd5 flQO r eqte Audgiye trial boiilei tree Crow with a brokeOxoart- Do oimils or birds griee for their dei arted friends Tnnt ll1le or them dd iill proven in the casalnf apt crow belonging to Mr W F Monfort the pho ad02wee nlmogr inseiiarablo friehd rrs1yhours at a tm in the street orIiin he yad About the Jattr part of 0 rO or th djg WitS aeI cidenta y killed and m soomr tuan he was misea the crn puton m urDingt c tSrekIt hid itself away in the cpI shed and refused tbe comfort dnVavue Previous to theI deith of it cmipiaioi IbM crow was always in a jolly moid and whnever aiiy aiembrs of thH Liwocidy asll trying t J talk Nw alt rIthis is cbtnged The cow bus been out of too coal shed batu halt dozan tim s in three miaUis and Its grief seems inieuse lRecordI Salesmen Wanted Iam in need ora few re jabl ereriretic men to tact as InV asisisnls fort sale of DUscjrv stock Pre vidus experience not necessarr Live active mon can earn goo ElI wages For terms nddress gic jicg full tame sgj and rererencIIW Y C Columbia Tenn sThCouk 1t4 rtICIie 1I4 1Ib1cts4Utea IsI PULLIAM orn our biauIsr Oiretdtez1t As I see nothing jn the ifews I eader from otir vicinity I WUI contribute a tow lidos Business is proaptfrpus as usuul Foster KeeliagOo eport the meTchondisd businesi AS flourisbing The outlook fol ne wheat crop fer the yeai 19051 ib discouraging to say tbfe J44at1l 0911i1I tmshel fta d att grainsimpor- bnalby i rit high Hogs cannot be found at any price owing tu the scarcity of them COAS caitioipn to goJd f26 to 30 tTliefolluwingtarms h ardrecobt1yl M DtTerrell sold a farm of ninety Meres totWm Deacon for lC50 Joseph paton bought a farm of Mr D Terrell consUtms of 40 acres rice fSOO Luther Terrel- lbOuhtof M D Terrell 80 acres fqr S750 M D Terrell pur chared a farm of George Ciitr singer coissisting of 16 acres fort 30ootGfOr2e Cutsicgef- loiigbt 12Thi acrt of John Col in fur 5an acre John Hit lUrd built 41 acres from Geti Trent Price J600 Gebrge Trent purchased sa acres Iron Randal Hill fur 400 White the iint iosc value of land in this part oftet county is not worth ast much now as it was ten veara auo the rtpproxinlite value iis more thac aoubled- Acotrdinsr to current rendrt there will be several weddings iin ths nar tutu re La t 8andy at thq home of th bride in Henderson countv jlfcv Sims administered the triraoniil rites to Mr Ezra Terrell ad Sarah H Rdman 1fwe consider tie cost of the necessaries of Jif ir loo KB al if ttho o who contempate rriirri minv are Rernallv in love or aradead game t Tile Secret et a Ia the ConsUth in keeping all the main orgais ot ihp body in heahhv regular action and in uicki dptrnYine dfadlydis rA nerms Kieitric Bitters regu Stomach Liver and Kid nftjB purify the hlood and glove a spleudid anpette They work wonders in curing Kidne Troubles Female Cuffipamis Kcrvons Disaes CpnKtiDution Dyspepsia and Malaria Vie orQi health and strength al way follow their USA Only 50c guaranteed by Haydon and Rob ertson druggis s Iw ysiuwiT- onight Not if you hue a Ctu h alliough with Aliens Lung Balsam which will reline the pain in the chest the irritation of the throat and the hard breathing Since It contain no opium this remedy may be given frtelyi children and to the molt delicate adults A Fraud Order ffttued The Pjt offiia Department his finlh dissaproved the bord redrtntption pi in of th Loiin on Rqal Estate and Saving CjmTAny and on Saturday the usual fraud order ws iaiued orbtdiQI he d llVdrv of mall addressed to thi com pan v or ihi- oftlces in theIr official capacity The pr i js dispatch anrouuciop the orderzaslhe n Kwl Esat t atl tijivlegs Goupanv hue branches iu Louisville Frankfort Georgetown Ckivingtor Bowling GreJeo Ashland Leb anon Bud Richmond Ky Tlje company V mill is to be hold by ihn postmaster of Loxiopma and iac i as cano be re u reed icei TheIcompanv atintf a tciflma to awrd prifea by kii orcbanc It is uid to hive received letters by the hundreds Mr tipibk was sliwn this die patch at d ad it wa news to him thut the department iliadI mada a final decision but be was nut surprised11a says tne planibusiness arb iclr willxii course ibeaoaudoaed under iha abiir e putliaed coniohdation Lesing toin Leader Whbsoeyerhae suffered lou ilts knowe bpw paiuful and trcBWesoro theyrc Tublert Buckeye Pile Oin- lmedtsgiiarated tto care pile pile ceits iIa bottlei Tpbct75ce3i I faido idEobcrsw THE T1JNIFL QURSTIOLI A Few Suggestions RJa tiva 14 thijr Mmnaleorrtent from a Cltli ndMAPLE HrLi fer Jatif 21 IDdltor N ESLiDEas4f yout iowgpcv in your Valuabife jjournal iI Would like to mhke a feic ngge tIt Ms id regard to ouritarHlptke roads itt out county MJ J aftjtareP Retting isi tjear tunlcleht to put our plkesifl good con li Hodt of Ctinrse ie 5airdo eo rtwork on nomj af bar roa4 tbeittle minev we bav than wd caD ort other froth the fact mettle is much baudlrr O tofee on othen But let tthat be as It tis I bflievft that every Huckster that travels utroads ought to M nKde pfcy a license it to be applied to our pikes If be runs a ate horse wagon his lax or license ahoUld be at least IO per year aftd fot wo homes tio and fdr a three and fur horse team in proper don for they ruin Ike roads From one year to aaotner in wet weather they put on the sMmn heavy loads and put In enough horses to pull it and bay do the rciadas much harm rs the rest of the travel f baleive each traction engine ou htto be taxed a t 6 or fBO per year for ihe leastii iWiiass o flfnli1f in And again every traveling saesman ought to be txed Every JA11 surrey and wagon ought to be taxtd 11 per year i moan the buggies surreys aod wagons b loogitgto parties living in the county Now no doubt some are ready to say that I ram on the extreme but my fellow count men this money will all be expended in our county and will go out in circulation among our own BgogeHnd iit to for a noble and gdtf puifpWj for what can we do without our roads and if our roads go down Sour lands goes down in proportion for all who travel our roads know well and good that if they should buy a new buggyor natron now and run them ovei our roads in their pres nt condition for two years hey are about worn out especi ally our buggies whrroin if we ad our roads in proper Ihj p the rep lire on our buggies and wagons would bo a mere trifle to what they now are I have written this to offend no one and hope when our Fiscal fourt meets they will do all in their power to fill on some plan by which our road system can be improved npt n not throwing jinv reflection upon our County officers or road overseers for I belies so far as I Mm able to know tbjat every dollar is spent on our roads Ms judicibualy Asi could be I knOw most of our newly elected Magistrates sod I know tht m to fee men tna will l believe have the interest of our countys affair at heart and do all in their power to better our countvs condition and as far as onr County Judge and County attorney are concerned there is use in me commenting upon them for all who know thes know them be gentlemen high standing We hope to hear ffon others who are for better roads Respectfully OLD FOXY TAX PAY n A GOOD THING German Syrup is the specal prescription of Dr A Boschee a celebrated German Physician and is acknowledged 10 b moo I he most fortunate discoveries in Medicine It quick v cures Coughs Cold and all Lung troubles of the severest natureS rempvipgt as iit does the cause of the affection and leaving the parts e a strong and healthy condition ItIs not an expert minal medicine but has stood the test of years giving tion ilit every case sa11sfac1 raqidly increasing sale every saason confirms Two rsillien bottlesi sold anno all 7 Bos bees German Syrup was introduced In the United States in 1865ahd is now sold in eveiy town and villsgcl in the civilized world Tnree doss will relieve any Qr dinaryii cough Price 75 eutHJ Get Greens Special AlwahaCf KdipDifs whitt ye cats J 0 0I MACKV1LL IUHfflpeclat Cutrespchieat S D qpbeasold bunch tifilL of tear Cornlshville at 4Iper head James Button sold 5000 Ibof o DfW P Hatch tt our tIJp tar illvefymaa sad trader bought of 8 C Bowles a No 1 high step pjejn jfiHcr olA stare vf I5Qi autr 1ttIl qpe toSEW BJt tIO ot Will M ak4 fII1taliCf bought tair 1ai1rKiart- ies i r p several kid of lakHt ad horsts al liberal prices Blair Arnold Marlatlf thoat- tavrlmK OlbeWO Heory Graves mai Son sold 6XXlboftooaccQto the Coitinen talComp ny ofjonrtowm at 7c Hearj Hidkef BOB sold 8000 lbs of tobacco to the same fit in atGJc Miss Laura Btatt began a subtscript ion school At tier home near MadkViile last Blodday With a full attendance nwour mast substantial peope Mr A J Tumay and Mrs Lizzie Davis on the sick list but hope to see them up soon UM child iIs yt orth Millions tfa my fays Mrs Mry Bird of HarrisrqS i 4 hxWlot ztr by- cronp hid I not purchated qottle of One MinUte Cotfjli Care One M1ut ute CougH Care ts tt Sure are for coughs cfoup deC throat lflg trouble AH absofdfe ide Oollrli cure whrCll acts llalfaedKteij Site Yonageft BHhd a tae H wltH cdtlf afety The little ones like ifaetttfle and reateraber HoV trfUM U dIthem Every family shOuld Wye a bottle of One Minute CcfagM Cdfe handy At this season ospeciallr if may be needed suddenly ay fl6h and Robertaiiipet Live TstsfIlaGofistipatioH ad health neterfTO together DeWitt4 jfrffli Af Riseu promote easy action of the bowelk without dlitmti Wsvc been troubled with ooatttVuets nfne years says J O Ofeea1 Dpaaw have tried mcny remedies bUt LIttle Early Risers fcive best results Hay doA and Robertson Money in Hogs No other product on ihp fartiI returns the farmer quickly as does a lot of bogs It comes in at a tire when there is no other produce rady foiI market Every farmer ahDuld keep hogs and read one lInt class s wine paper and we know of none better suited to the wants of the farmer who grows pork for market than Blooded I Stock Oxford PA It is a firslclass swine paper Seed ataap or s sample t OC6iPAT ISBAHE DEAD Til old Taylorvlllc Mer cheat Expires vty till ekpcctcdly at Chtcafo News reached here Tuesday byway of Springfield that Mr Pat McShane had died suddenly at bis home to Chicago last Thursday Hij uncle Mr Hugh OGara was telegraphed for at Springfield where be was visit lug No particulars were giver but the telegram annonnced his death and baclic Mr OGara hurry bcfme to the fuderal Mr McSbaoe was a widelyl known arid mdoh esteemed as BeIbertI for many years and laid s ooall fortune About Ive Ters ago be retired from business ard went to Chicago tQ life wIthll his brother and uncle but his ownership of the McSbaae bubioess biock end Mveral pieces of property in town He visited here last October and looked to be in as good healh as usuall Mr McShane was a bachelor probably lifts five yetrs ofage IIHepriest In GUicago and with whom e lived another brother who is merchant inwatown near Chi cago and a sister in Ireaod Some cousiqs live in Spring field These are his only rela lives ae rrathe Courie C- aleatflCiOUrler n ftntilnLtiativet Est nKtcr ILatt cure c M tm 7 = T IWhltIILu r v thne this week nostly to the PhUlipirie riffbiI4 which writ 1rbiblyroatlOdsir of business for eotHWeekj sad to she biii provtdlig far a epartatst of dopiietft Tberiis w opposUioo fsf the MW d epsrtutt bal sew opposUIos seetias to tub ep errcr dav to thaieclSH s of the bill fllcfecI wureaus flew uwJer eitard sl1 3Coaid eotly irawk- eI41midi1a Aaisa M tkbj1Lbe fitTePE8 TK ff Hous spent cearlf alibI 4he wefc jcthit UrsTtMcjr Del tncyppprtaliotlID which itpUHdt ad as usual the debate aY red any old thug that the members wanted to talk about from the cording of Prince Beery and the approprlattpn df 40000f carried in the bill for his official entertainments and the sending of a special embassy tlo Ming Edwards i of nation whicB was not mentioned in the bill to trivial prio tat ties of ieml Ers However n0jabers of the House caff not be1 blamed for taking when they get an p1 portunity the present tales do otgive them maRYITne 1st bmian ca laL qtlestiorJ h kasport of the Canal Commission favor of purchasing the Panama canaft if jBverythfng is for the time Upin tbes ai to spek and nobody is satisfied but the members ot tll j Panama lobby Unless the situation is cleared up pretty soon there will be no canal legislation and that ouTd add to tbe satlsffftctipri of tne P nnul lobby Rapresentative Wiley Of Aial bama thinksdefatb taeOalirpfutfi iishnferit tbat fits toe crtme of train robbery and hda introduced bill in the House itfovldlug death pr life long iuprigorimeni t for tbusq found gttUty otthlold iing tip attraiti for prptfusof r robbery Secretary Wilson sent a lelter to Congress asking for as emrir getftfy lund of f4000tf tocorftfnfte the micorcopic insp etion of meats intended lot expfort and Stating that the funds Bpayalt able for tbe tirpn1Tht1oa continue tbe March 1 Hcf calls the itfetrtiM OfCbngrtffsr to the cpfcrififercfai InjuryI the stopping of tk in spection would dor tbeOaitedf StatesjThe Senate by its efyoiria Adopting Spmtor Mftcbeirs re asking the Secrelairy ofI War for full particular coWcera llag the government traaspbrt service indirectly exUttdftM ai 1nyitationbXten bit ng abort ftctaf all rfa the transport seVvice tocelde1 out in open with asyJiwtsiBt i their possessiotfj Osce more the otlHe cosistit tee gui the election rIudu t badelj fepofWd a bill for tfte elec tion of United Stats Seiators by direct vote of the people ItI ui1 be easy enough to get the bill passed by the Botfse bat there is tfothirtg in slight to mdiJcate that the Senate will bange its pTikttfce of snlitherin thf blllby preventing its beirig voted Upon4If thejfe wert sosae method of forcing a record vote upon measures4 In AVblch theI people afe in erested thisand other billsmight fare dif ertnlt ly in Congrtot Accordiajf to Delegate Hpdey z 4ckIbavt l C ItiySika- WoIAyr CMnY iswa1eeJ 5 e =II IiIs- 4titIItIl O efT SIlII5f AyriiCkKryPtctor wont ctW hcvtjwe ftcvw said it W6iik It wont cure dyspepfi I we never cltlined k But r1tWe d Igor 1 wt btea Myinert fVtf BWCe jt lI tt lJ l AtUoo n a Ihof ifFhsziidfrtjIja1 J Itnri Nmte1 Baalti trot Arr 1iInU Ahro fup their eln tf l sTlhiaJj Rout r h1flrd 1iiInlttS f Mr1oy1 otKr fifj1f tettei rttAd te4 1f rktitf it pie f ttil wrf 4 TffiinMlf tekftf sW tIIjEJdVates advio IaMM fi v HiH ojftiMtl fa icMMiit oesIi1ImL T 1 f f W tii 4tt J oHW otlitt II6 IsaIC1isg Mft1 A t th IiIolI tifit eAt Jr pi t Chiaeee attotliifaiifr V t i tl t iOtt1SCeyttCtIHQt0 Lt4afctD ttbiCkgtgt J Abeaifdf tlrlwr 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i Does ypurnorle feel his tmi u oats1 Ahataidlflcrencc bc veeif Cue fgramfcd and tha fasVfSifiorcrl xThc firstr v4je trdhgait vfull cf ginger thej second flabb weak and tired outS before he begins The fedijn4es the differeucef ChjlcUeii arc ilotslike either One is rosbrghteycd 1tU- fli5fe arc1 1iighter a tbr it pa1eweakddd11 Thefecd uig again is responsible SIclcly eh3df eiiTic I speciiil rfecdiiig The d6ntHfcctieir oathcotts imuskii dth rht rchncst t- 1ktaItSis jike grain to tIt 1i4rc a lic child gets j3ew appttcand strong digstiozi SScotts Kinulsion isi lilprc a strong rcuscs tp duliis i1drdpiVDpvuicshcri thir nj4 blood into pale iv ifinsfecs diildren grow col sVEnVuisiQn makes ordi z9Ii ii4 Ic c- oxtL4 i raflcp IreN451ctrISt 2Zcw ia sa1LLng c gthcsmd13oOf Proiio5- Il for11incra1 tp h rrtrc I1 Ap itecI Rdy fOLCthsllP- iI1iOr Ottt tutiiachDiarth Cownsions 5Fcveris- tttLOS9OSLJ3E1 rasLzu SsgnhLut ef Yon1e5ccfl- OP WIAR kixiv c i M tcrk of brain fVbrivu as mjnunJeos eUrnal rfiiiieirinc hTv aid laire Te Hiii i ts cithc ith i1ii fy jtriu ieot eitlesof ICvn- Isylc iH lu ioiers of iv iI3t StUj VVIh m Llukrinu Jo rldtigr twis 3Hnforr To1 n i l ino Lwii Crtilj vrre- ii fui 1flfl 1i8tLrnly r siiurti b tug th1datt ou 5MhrfTlTrt church t 13 Ira a Stun EklOn wn c uu lb cf tex ngdo d J7tt iJ e SexenhViliey now tizijjlii t1 wa cuu titUecl- t upls f years Iatr the ratIIJipiiSt je tilers me at 11t thoi town Cvrcei rv is no diUt MLjd trees newedog ul rtiicd a uieetiu ouse s wRi cjtllid m h a das SarrruVi rm ft WHS tb yriv- hulr Iween 1767 und 1793 ic tlu W4S laid off by a Mr W11d tiiided in 1ror lf is tie B iz bfth Tb Bap pd prospr er soya fil i obuild a tin v ciucli vr nh lown The 6M 1i nf ri r hou e rem fced tnitugJirVil thettYi tic whrn wrt s jtl to jjacob EtioL v io 7iV d tuc loirs to Mii d hius If gui rr opfr epf lb net fcS e iQ ililj fofwo In trme hn j ul it ms Slack a hghfy fcsptf1u1zei who lived IIAUJ oy VrV andieared a hrge i vy n widow twn yeais ano 5 rd h pipperbv to Dr Hivdin 4 lljTltt banJsoraa n3od rrr tOri nW Today back 01 r J tnt flsfdeoce can bo sees tjiesa tttfir his one Ts 118 ftVQj a state ol fine I SjVtP pr flllifivi and thrilii tI m Jtiiiiost sbal Wit trkttflI ief of ttruirgles wartare IO- I41Pteys a priva ion sor r1d gsap6iru tnoci piit tlf1 n1th anv uccc t f th noble iVuee Hf Keotuclcy az Ne flsor astratonihers in trcutttig uasal catarrah vrillg t the beet result rrotn Elys Fiqusd Cram Ifcisani PrCcc includhg sLsg tubc 5cent S Id by drug sjsa or wailed jf R Bros 56 Warren UBV1 Mf wr Ely BroIod two botII t CHOI yojir Llqaid Crenni tUam to aicuStoanjrWiu Lambcrtou he has usrd tvo bottles giving him wot uct TulUid satif factory roknlts i5Lo W DffPhrnz1isti M i r n huuMhul iiaiaUcen thjajyn itt sadness andorrovv IrI ijuuttfMfSjrrap i the pieat cure fprv Ji IOWS aib aH pulmotiBv all muhls rri 2SaudSO dints HayS dioberJ St I1OrhcandDwaifs l4 Is stf sslblo thai ibis ip of pffoy negro whictjl fcuryivesfH ly fn the r c sses oftUy inrrSr ArJca miy evVn Jiatis OiOitijjread Eujope in IfudtIil4ms Jfni did iien the ct clUHpn is imfristabje t titgiyes rjee o nvostpf Ihe UWhicotIlcqi Is fli 5neaoqp ainr5tI1 ripOo Wt I atii Uiv nrottni s tr iiuy 4 1at I1oe- utehe3uflFLU1b111L fir jd I CASIATor the Kind Yoii Have Always Bought Bears theI I jrIin he For Over Thirty Yrsc- ASTORIA rwr ccyryun n nountuo ofuatirg tluir h nifsit holes ua o rna tieir mi chi viou nes jui rjruriuibh good nature ail fc6O3 ttj stiget that it rfs itne racelixe this w icli icp red mot of 1W t4u i l 3 of Ptut hard Celt iitadi- iz u tafib pIe 1 aU4S St enotjraratribat Thej lhcarfxofthe llonso f Tfstcan ir bjir bltci cope a co ding lo be trcalitieoi tbc rectve If beir fifisb depredaio6s on t o tvrant tmvesot their occasi 4 ihtftj nft tha ormaiz ue cbiidoiifi ir pvpti f ihv nrp ronciii tSJb tnill jif isots h oofi left exuoteJ whorn it cti- heiaiiIy ttr4n they will return atd lav beliinri them in the r nisntl vii aioris gifts of me it aid produns f the chase ucli skins or iMry I hav 6 pn j fltim d bine of tluj fnresi tMproifi vbai tji n airwitlf Drast raly sI a tn ir clii d en und put in tir ICPS pgw bitis Hj IIkP ure aic i aaeiigs n fdctLrr ri in e e ildr tj tb y have sol io tha dwars rube IPsui csilec jons if pyymios1 vhib uuc ca r Jy aUriberIiLL v tx nib ir m time tS lLui irdiv ii4s of ordiaary statue tdt i feaiurta nol siiontly rtcrrbli ttJC cf ibt p3jfl3 y1 I vrtrs troubled for about seven years with ray stomach arid iu bed half my tliae says Dmaick Oiii crvilje Ind I spit about 1000 and ticvei could bet auything to h Ip mo till I tried KOdal Dy pepaia Cure I have taken a few bottlas and hm well entirely You dort llva by what y v eat but what you digest aud assimilate If yourstomrch docsnt digest your foo l you uie reajly starvihff Kodol Dyspepf ia Cure does the tniicb york by diffssting llic jood You donU have to diet Eat nfl you want Kodol DyfcyrpsiO Ctuc curas ali Somcoh troubles Baydoh and Ko crtaor Many of the blotclK8 ji Mple id oher affections of the skiii are can by the faiLure of the liver and kid nevs tocasf oil impuritle which r main in the sy teii H rhiue wit stimulate the HVJ and kidneys auf cluse the JvPteni of n iirmuritte 0eifii avubn Robertson i Sfteriff Sale FOR TAXES Bv Virtnn of taxes das the Stat of KcPtuCky nnd the county of Waah ington vill offer for saFu at itie SprinRflcdonI At about locldclr pm the followlnpr property or so much thereof as wi ulcy the amoont of tax uatl costs jtbwit SPRINGFIELD No 8 Brown R O Bro on Und v for years 1003 and iOOl amount of tax and cost 825 POTTSVIIJUB DISTRICT Kltnberlhi W nch resident for years and 1901 amonrt T of taxes and cost 18 Ly noli Andrew non residerft on land for yoara 1900 and 1901 amount of tajes nag costs 970 R ly Sallie colored on land for t years 9 1899 l 00 and 1901 r amopnt of tlas and costs 9 0 ispaldlnpl red non rosIJent on land foVyear 1930 amount of taxes and costs i s 25 tIL B POWElvLExS W Q jcLtbogcaulnsLaxative rtecdr s T n euud in one ay LITTWE ii JHC EARTHS MOTION A tlttis Experiment by Vlilcli It r Slay Be De uorintrnted l ucarlyIfludplace It Hoorj of the room VhitU tIs oat esppfiedL to shabltiK or jarring from the street Bprikiklc over the surfavA i1t the WaXcr a coating of lycopodhira i oVtlor a tvbiK sUbBtallcb Which Is Boae nSo3 lisqd by ldcalli innliin their1 toilet rnnd whIch can lp purchased of any tlugglst Next upon tIle surface of thlsj coatliis cf Uhlto povtler make with povlcrwl charcoal u straight litsick llsit Kiy tin inch or two In length TnInp tiude this little black mark tin the hurfacP of the contonts of the bov Jay deWu anon the hoot clue to tin lioxvl a stick or owe other stialgh cbject so that It will He exactly paral lel with the charcoal innrk If the line luipjions to b piirsillol with n crack In tin floor or with auy Btntloiiary object In the rom this vill serve sis well Leave the bowl tthillrttnrlred for n few hours niid thon obscrvt tlii post tloti of the block murk with refemiif to tin object vhs parallel Wlllh It will be found to hove movrd about nlnl to have shifted Its position Iron east to West that Is to wty in the dire tlon opposite to that of ti uiovinniMii of the cnVtfi upon Its axis flu earth In simplv lcvdlvlhft tIcs carried the wa let and everythUig else In the tioyvi around With It but the powder upon the Burfnce tins bpott left behlhd lit The line will always he found to Jinrp moved from east to west which Is perf ftly good proof that every hi n cist contained In the bowl bus moved thc other way txlttrS forti filrt Int wIll one kindly PItY me I need IL If you age My link terrta tb think Pet cats were mails to squeeze t LOV13 I try to bear It patiently Of course ought to know The reason am almost choked la that she loveS tne so how to LooK For BlrclH Go alone and youll see uiofo cause you wont be talking and you may listen to iiothrtij but birds Go In the early morning or Iu the evening Birds restat noon Voar old clothes and overshoes or boots for then you may go every WIlc1tuITake a notebook and pencil so lhltt you may write down your impression pn the spOt Make a list rf nil the birds you sec and your nest tramp will be more ex citing When yoh see an unknown bird dont fall to see what shape Us bill Is hula differ more than noses Sketcn bills Thats Mu only way to see To arouse a birds curiosity kiss your hand Ihe dullest bird will crane Its neck Move slowly Quick movements ex cite things If the ulto wll ponnit it 4Ir down KoiTitwhere and keep prefectiy ttill for half an hour Ito Uvltr witlu then you way sit bird bifoie Ue sees j hInt nhout What you see Dont feelt di counigftl titter your Vvalk if you dot w nnuli h wtlU was good for you Amerlctiu Uoy Wlub Tliiit lungIJan lub iil the yvii violinIst Who receives SlODt on hour for play Inc tells how boys ruav nrccd should like to tell them how to size cwd They must Uarn to wish A wish that hurts anil hurts that is the wish that comes true And the whole world unit poverty and no friemlr and health cannot stop It If they wsb they will work Wishing end work jug will make the world right over for them The boy who would like to size ceed he cannot eiuveed but tin bor who wishes tn succeed till he cannot at or sleep or do anything but work for wihhiiig he bus success Frncrn Sonp Onlibles Many Ihurestlng experiments can be made with soup bubliles bluwu from a mixture of warm water castile soap and glue It Is not generally known however that bubbles canbe frozen though this Is very easily done Klow a buible of incxlcniic size and carry It to Uie lojof or put out of an open window on a winter day The bubble will freeze Instantly retaining lIz phnpp lint forming most beautiful crystals if you try this lltilo espejl joenl on n clear duy yhfii ihere ls lit via wind you wilt be delighted with tho r iultyouiiK Americjj is iag cr tinu rea ton thftt iHstlvjTlRbiM m n fr ni brute and no psrou who In devoid ofj Imagination cai know extremes of happiness or mSeery happiness great jly depends oa the faculty for forget tlnij flgiIi1i Early Tnctc Ocr baby Eeems to have a natural taste for the pianoIndeed Yes he gnawed half the polish oft one lee Motherhood Nasal GATARRH InfllllU stages Elys Cream Balm clcantet eootbw and heals the diseased nembncc It sod drives away a In the bead Cream Biuxsx Is placed Into tOtrU39readz ever the menbrana and U bsobcd Relief mcdlatoandaenrofollcnTs Itiahc drying deei potptodice8nottii Ijngc Size cents JiiDiagi tsorbyraMi TrWStzciocent 1LfIIztoTllIma wauettvwdtk OPtliA HOUJE I JYIUNDAY Ill O FEBRUARY 3rd IDAVIS AUSBY- BROSS Sd1f1O PRO1CTION UNCLE TdMS CABIN TJitcUT Ms a never crows old Tncro ratia hrorjrt Isaie uiirvtjSviIilr7Wuch log und sv It Kpcalii the unlversa lancuago of the heart It reflects like a prism tbo lonr r toost phases httmah emotion Itls orqthdtt a play it Is moral classic Itturgusa for two of the greatpst hojncs that can engage tho mind burnan Ilbertfrabd ImmortalIty of the emit It Is so pun tfrat Ha touch fllono Is chastening Like theklsaiof child It veryInaoccncoIt Is unique fWho does not cherish la memory boma sweet angelic child who seemed to touch ibis earth dnjy as a transient visitor vrho passed away with tljo dew of childhoods morning too good too purr for us Was there ever a like Eva Ye but bet name vrltMn on eravo itIsscenery Is expotleht In the Hvor otto sees the floating jcaltcn lea olawly moving down stream Ono cab see In the splendid parepitetlVo ol this sccneJ several miles up the frczca ricer and the undulating bnor clcd hills on either ride lie like sentinels In the soggy winter day The plantation represents typical Southern hone with itipnasslons Ito log cabins had its cottonfield It Is the sunny sunny South 9 t Is a warm mellow beautiful scene x last scene Ir this mas pouresquc drama i fC Scats now on sale Store Utidlclne flot4I Ica Gods lady missfanary In Duraa tome time ago nvo the following account ol how she vas the innocent cause of the Ttorship joi medicine Lotties having Loon ii iltutcd in ono of her lours GhciTisc upon a village where ehoicra ws iaIliijc llavlus with JJCT a juaii thy ofa rumors pn tiller shci vcit from hojse house nduilHisterHig the renaedy lo those iittaekcd und left a iiuuiLrr cf Loitlcato LuiiecJ afar sIJ3 llal50t rotininr to the IIlage eote icorths euLsicly else vrrs tnt ly tbo licnd man cf in txiumunity vvLo tuocrcil nil dolijjwl IIT by thin IntilUJpeiiie TwulHT wo have over to your r1gopdOvoijojod nt thIs nowa sLo tvs ctii dueled lo tbo house of tier tfohuaut who tfpti ng n r in showed her the hiilT llottlus tolouinly arpiv td in n rov upon the iof nid loriio thorn the vhoo POIIIV Jmrjctliaty lirostrntrd tlipuiselvrs in worship XVtUrliis Jet the SerVrn Many people wept thetacelvbs out iicctlleFsljy Their conscience Is a ty rant AJ exajrgeiuted seisc cf duty says lie London Doeor leads uiany n person tp nOXIOUS ceaseles activity to bo constantly doing something over punctual never kiltS n second of time scorn toirest Sufli tire In unconscious nerve tension They say they have no time to rest they have so much to do not thinking they are rapidly uufittlny themselves fr probably what would have bepti their host and greatest work in often year1 Self control of nerve force is the great lesson of health aud therefore of life Itself To understand how to relax Is to understand how to strengthen nerves Hearty laughter la a rource of relaxation us are nteo all high thoughts aa those of hope beau ty trust or love Idinxatlou Is found diversion What lie Barber Pole Represent The barbers oflonjt ago were barber Burgeons tint the rapid advance of sur gical so elite titus caused them to fall from tliLlr high suite The gilt knob at the rad of the barber pole of today represents a brass basin which but a few decades since was actually nended from ihe pole The basin had notch in It to fit the throat nud was used in lathering the customer preparatory to shaving hint The pole reiJresoiitH the stuff livid by the patient WIll came to the barber surgeoji to be hut The two spiral stripes painted around itt signify two bandages our for twisiting aroUud the arm previous to the of phlebotumy or blood let tin tlu other for binding when tile operation waaj completed Elanz Servants Servants In the Isle of Man who re fuse to complete the period of service for whliMr they art engaged are liable to curious punishment Iu a case be fore the magistrate at Peel recently William Corlett n farm laborer was charjred with refusing to carry out his engijjicruent It was stated that the penalty provided by a statute of is that tht servant Is to be kept in prison rind allowed one oalcc pad a cpp of wut r per day until he returns to service Corlett was spared this pun Lsiimcnl an the magistrate was saIls tied lltut had not engaged to serve a Btultcd Purled The Front End A yoinp couple had been merited by n Qua tier and titter the ceremony he remarked to the husband Frlejlrti thou art at the end of thy troublp6n A fev weeks after the man came to the gotd minister boiling over with rnje lialng found his wife to he a regular viseu sod said thuught yon told me I was at the end of my troubles So lid friend but did not say which end replied the Quakes Thi Talipot Palm of Cerlori- Tli talipot pnlm of Ceylonj has gl irndtlc fanllko leaves which whenCe ly expanded form o nearly coaiplctc clrcliy t lilrtccti feet In diameter Wrgo fans made of them are carrlc before people of rank among the Cingalese They f re also commonly itsedj an sun brelins null tents are rande by neatly Joining them together They tire used as h StiJislLtute for paer b lug written upon with n stylus Some of the sa crud Ii0ols ot the Cingalese are x Toscd f strips of them i iiIPE AMONG TflB LoWL A yqunp man In u railway cflrrlnpe rns maUliifr fun cf a ladys hat to an elderly gentleman in tnp sent with him Yes Raid the elderly gent thats my wife nlid told ber if Bhe wore tbat bonnet fome fool would make fur of jt i The young man was fillent for the rvuitilnder of the Journey Travel Travel frequently Improves tin hu ninn bfins und It does the crime TuiUcrude whisky which utter a sea returns home ripened and then there Is the cise of cottonseed kjrncls tshioh go nbrcad rein this United Btittis and iouie home again ns tin bcst juallty of olive oil Mexican Mascots teed br Gamblers Hnbfaal gamblers are perhnpa tht most superstitious persons In tbo world They Invariably carry little portable ftinseots In tltlr pockets auJ it woi be impossihlp to persuade them to ei ter Into a tiflle ofcLanep If by carat inadvertence their icasccts were ni1 with tlieui Lumps of lead eos snake rattles IdekS of hair eni of bone hairpins a pile of theitt tliii would be shown if tle playcis Iu tystiff poker game weir required to n veal their mascots And each nmnlet has a cry coi ncctcd with It A bullet for Inatnme which one man entries was extra flfrom the brain of n vomnn who killnl herself on his account A gold hairpin that Is the mascot of a broker itll fioru a ladys hair In d theater aisle lit picked it up and returned It and tho acquaintance begun thus Informally culminated in n marriage A la vyer of Wlsshhiekon has for a mascot a coin that woe given him by h murderer on the day the man was hanged The mascot cntilo ie could be continued thus Indefinitely Philadelphia UecorJ 3apr oj nod the Stnrlf Once when Joining shooting pnrt In Englantl tile Oeriiinn emperor peued to seen magpie Oy r1ht over los herl IhirnJug round to obe I tile Cnnilrldge who was xvith the part his iiiajt tty said have just seen miiRpIe Now Im not n particular t superstitious klan of n mm but dont like to tumble cross these vrntp f lairds dont Indeed The duke laushed nnd nWl111rr ly Doe your majesty know our o sayIng concerning tbe superstlro ibjiutmhtrples pne for sorrow for mirth three for n xvcddltn four tsi lifith Your mnjwty must look ro1 nI for a second or othird or a fourth mi pie Oh Indeed thoughtfully np th knirer A fourth magpie means birth dots It But supposing there it a llfth magpie what then IIf you see a fifthinnjrple answered the duke very solemnly It mectw twins Patti Itfnsons For Snpcea This la the Vny that Adeilna Oatti it saId to have at one time eummcd her good poirts in Accounting for success on the opomtle stage not beautiful but nm pretty thnfs outS a in tolerably graceful that two SI am an efTeejive dresser thin tlnce I have n way with me that piquant thats four like my publi for my public like me because them and never tire of pleasing them fliats live liave a good voice thats six know how 10 slug well njy own way thats seven tl nhvays know my music that gives comfort to my audi once thats eight net fairly well with the roles slug that may count as nine The Indian Child In tepee life the Indian chjld Is unique It is glxeu nothing1 to play with except the toads that hop about the tepee doors It las no plajmatcs except those of Its own rolntldn ajud It receives but few caresses rout Ita par eats The Bijuqw mother is Iu the habit of putting her baby tb bed ttidsirk they sleep in little sacks then she goes away to a dance er something of that nature leaving the child t6 Itt t own resources If It cries no ono conies to sooth It So crying has come to bo almost unknown nuiottj these children iCrcca Cheese Tim grecu color pf certain binds of Itnjmn lieese Is duo to the mjtkjiav lag beoii kfcpt standing In copper res sos The riillk takes np qnnntjtles of copper aurf It Is custonniry to catlmnto tht degree 4fvUvltr tttiaihcd J y ill wt- f 4 9i4v 1 s it t- a OT V i b miiK oy UOQ me pradndi nirppptap ance of the brightness of the higlijr polished metallic Burfacc Yoanr Oli Men A writer in The C Riulll apclares hat In the early part of last century n inrtn was man at rvcary sb fir middle nirrd man at thirty nnd old rft flfty At thf present time he la a boy up to aotit thirtyfive n young mail np to fifty nhd la hardly resartlrd ha old until he has cxcfedid Dnvldy maxi mum of life by six or stiven year Vonuao Coctein The Maoris cf New Zouland cook their potato a nod other veptMahles In volcanic lum There dre a few cot canoes in hew Zenlnndi and srfujie of the Maoris live up in the jnpuntajn3 near them They uiaLA volcitnijes do several useful tiling for thtm but the queerest Is the cooking lies Career Bhe You know Clara was ambitious to lance a ctreer Mamma And matrimony interferes with a caroer Sin4 Yes hut she madptiplier mlra1 that she d esnt want any career that matrimony Interferes with Puck Each In fits Own FbI54 Pnpa See that spider myhoy Bpjn nlns hilt vrfb Is It not wonderful Do you reflect that try as he may no mnn coull spin that web Johnny What of See me spin this top Do you refleet try ashe may spider could splathls top Hnrd Lock JA Whats the trouble Crcpsus You eccnras ifyoti were Itt b rt1lueki Cwsus Hard cnongh Think of Ul There f upend n small fortune oji my daughter studyfug medicine dud she marries her first patlehtf Some folks never git over tbetCblia ways Ye kin always depend on It that theyre In m1chefuybentheyref- iuletPhuludelpbla Record The hardest thing on earth Is ionct pleheed when you arvi dlsappohjtcd AtChison Globe To StnkV Glnna Opaque I If you vrnnt to Hhut ftTtlio view frptfl any window you tnzi sha It very ctyeap ly by dissolving in n little LOj wntpr as much epspui wilts us the water w nit over Iho wtutfoV while nod whets dry you wlll have a very good Imitation tf wound giasa Thrf Dhbr Spoon A pretty addition to the babys jpifr Bunal belonsjnss the nnrsery spqozilIt la so called becansf flue bowl isI etched with n scene from oneof Moth w Gooses rllyinfcs the mpsf popular lliterature for little folks f Ckunagers otchopitull askid an Irish nnrse which lie cpnsicl ered the most danserous of the many cases then Jn the hospital Thpt Btir saldPa cd to n case iof aurglcul JDStrumenta lying on the table A Hopelenii t winks Jinks never ices njoue V j Blinks Noir be urtisuaHjr tbVbutt or if KevrTork Herald f V tIflCnhItT Is y1ogt ssce Clean blooi means a dtan fckin J beauty without it ttscanjtiCimdy Pathaix beep itvclcanrib s ttirringpuriliCT from thtf body Kegin tothaj tn bauW pimples blolchna blnckbesul jsatl iD icluVbiiidu complcsion hi taking tkseerctsuheauty or t centi AU drug titts salirHctiotr cttrantee lC l25c W 100 MEN WOMENCHILDE HORSES PONIES 11065 adDOKEYS11 tr m IABGEST COMRANY IN TIlE WORLD perhaps taxed the skill of artist dad tha mechanic more thah ny other Spectacle bf which thft stago can boast Indecdlttsnqtflat teryto say tkatthbBea1tthh1GatcS4Jars depleted by this joqmjanjtl ooaoit the most en trauclns spectacles etefbtxa the scene opensx with pnas of clouds through a rift of jrhlch is seen a passing fitrap of angels rlBgtrBcle ThIn to heaven Alorgo gloria otirideWa splendor Is brightly UwlnltUng t front cdsdIzperserevcalthgUncloTomw1thaagvl escort beforo the golden gates oattthefdde of which poised upon magnificent pillars Inlaid yitiipearl and MBtanaonselBcntnelstrltli expanded wings jphango follows chaiisfc Nuinerons anoels appear fronrjiut tho Ceecy clouls which now surround the sc ieltke aluAtt of Clary Jn tfie deep center snaflen movcmeno of the clouds Is seen and like a moinlvg star like the rounded by whispering angels little Eva wiUj becltontngTiand saojtks down pponTJncla while the beautiful gatci slowly open tothocrw Aclty tnttlies hcyqnd Itlsa8plrodiSSght see Xhirtas the Interval of this eTquliltes peeJ tocle the meltow minors of an invisible choir il ttlgUy upon the ear and upon a picture of the InuglnaUoa thatoae a 73athtqcsi1lmesaklE jSeseFM Seat oOe Aoinission 35o Galkrya260 SS se iI at Tlnydon Robertsons Drug cut IIviaidS hisurac cIr1 vtstiet CoyjLexton My C V7 IiI6ELP or the alisprb hot tfasuefpolnh thefn61iatvof Tom tnaicurtalndesceBai 7 p1E11UU llaas Suitfor rn1 IDY BUYINQ DiNCT FROM il RtISENI3IIRCER CO 2204E1021hBt IJEWYORKCfTYSj Th Largest Clothing ManufactUrers in AmerJca OLIR GREATBARGAIN OFFEf 9Qj13075 suita1 terorBeeli ThtM Cltten 4f nadi ttUtk Blot Dirk Brova or Oifard ltank and lined with ftiaty wsI Plaid Its lags cat czthi last with itora cellar trifdeilrad cas kisS In pIscc St CUtrr doable brtait CbueUlla black w huts ba ird tluaged Past eSc atj Order rBetUUrod Letter Utoeji Cotrf luadid f so satifact ry Stud acstapa rrMtnplai taps meaian CMvrUf blinks etc s5oSTSesSiltrsadseIfAll Cauliatrti triaa ytlthatbicksstet tbbes workaaoihlp cut DsubIU Ilrratted Sim j ttg ar 8iO Eabridec Sattr CItor ro to je IUioot StlUf l llar All Pints tiMt P teifi Wiht ltasdsWeicad pIecNf lbs ctotb end iitra bttJW suIt medly IIII- SUlargirimallJsCStS Bolojrnn s Leruilne Tower Bologna lets two great square toV ers the Ajgq bleJUSi and was erected in11O9n9tstyal the Garlscridawbldi1 wiTaljtlUt oneyeac Iat rand wits original much bllgirer and Is tendered peculiar by Its de cided Inclination to oaeside It is now only J5S feet high the width bfJ one sdq ffs 23 feet tbq walls alt the base are 0 feet 0 IncbeatiOck TrQlle higher tip they aft 4 feet inphesl IW obscuzebutItgrUceitn1pfy tnelll anti both were fprretreat in trou Ulous times Some Ed jibe original In thfltlon wiiStO jmko1t1eanbtit tht era contend hat either ttegroun4ha settled 01 there wits tv defect fn tao engineering This tinlqiae reUc was 00 llittle thought of bjr ne 9 Qtts later p38 Ressors thatIt was sold ial2QOfor 220t lire something less than4J 7 Pr1eers-3tSeAtpaunwba4Ii4tITheut BefTefen n Jury4lm itliiL eeEtyrrBupropVcotirt tCe tfier daTiriiili M u Uelia4 crer erved on aJury Jbefort In a deep rlcblbrbgue b r Hed5 Indado 01 hove Twq8 on it Mti l jcryr Qt1flbeyaDt4QJ1k Jerpey M4cp5bdoirtst c shipwreck twcsate1n 1tt4 4 4lbertlit- t I- tnrLtretanlH4ih nouu tidirnuuhl7 4c Iut tht I855lIr15 th IIOJ reftitcd to pay cur fees on totno t clH nlcllltj of the Jaw Inaad Ol btbtS isened iv t iwrxF He TTMt5e3Wffc 0 w 1T f ENEWSLE 7 I RJJ IfUll ltTON 4 Afi ItEENTDENIST fI TEEtH EXTRACTED 7 t t AN III p- L4MTHOU1 ryituflgan Blook tip ta1ra m Sale I S8PRTN1FILDJ1Yt uiIDefttal 1lWodt Strictly Flrstc1a s Jiist 4 RHI4 tH JN ISTGFFJCEIUSElttHt BV1LtmI1 i iu te1OcataL78PUIaFlj4D1KY b 4Lt J DRHLAMPtONf F O IdOrcrIoU and j DR1SS J Sf CKab gplnNOFIELUKY ijFICEDr Rtnenarts forIffii Peop1aThPpiZ thIBtnkfflcebor12tOPrLf I t i wf F QJ t9SBY ATTORNEY AT LAWS Owe over Peoples Brink Jw SPRINGFJKUT cy Iaiei i 9V er jjdrk Weakensre Your Kidneys that 1 U KI rs1 e impire iood- he I All thojbteedjn your boffypassts through yo kldii ib veD threemirnftos rJJ1ckld s1rcYI1 has f s b1oodptiesthoyUui ter out the aGtebF itniiuritiesinthftbloot f Utheyare3ckoout hadbf dattJte fall to 4th1rWork I ahsach inil rhea mitiSm ctfrne frtz cess of uric acid in tfee blood due neglected kidney trouble t KldneySrpuble causes quick or unsteady oeart t beatsjand makesozfee1 as though ing hey had heiri rbttblertfecausa the h ahfe Itioverworking In pum ing thick kidney tyM3ond blood thr9ugheInsand arteries ern it used to be considered that only urliabFtvcuble were to be haced to the ysf cut now rnoderasclence proves that nearly feegmii V thbivRd the extraordinary elf ect Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is iCoon realized 1tstndsfhe highest for its J vopierfulcures of the most distressing cases ind is sold on Its merits oft Jby all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar dz llj1 m e3 You may have sample bottle by mall of freevMso pamphlet telling yo to ffad i iputUyou have kidney br bl t troubte Mention this paper when vTit rKUmrs Gfl Blnghamton l Y Unri tl1WovrompUy obtaIn Vs and Forefg l PATENTS CtTIREf f orp1nLO dwe eond Ml IMMEDIATE ii FRE ep rtbn patentabUit Wo gIve be btbt C5 urviCo and Md Cur flchgartoderstc Trycs SWIFT Be 0O 01 hIOpp USPatett Offoe rashngton DJ KoclolTttyspepsia Cur Digests what you eatnT3iis preparation contains all of theIJgestants andlgestS alltinds ol foOd1tglycs Instant l and neve Tails to cur lt 110ws you to eatalV the food yoawanti The mostsenitIviytc 5to1icbs ao tkejT thqdaitds4of t1M 1tIc bi beef ted aftereverything eTui1ed It titevents formation o fgaspri tuo fit om ctffTIieyBgaU distress aftereatlnfc fDf1Jn ece PJesf totab 4 It ypt l 13udoyougooI IIt Rt a1ctCo1pbl Kt be botUo cr au 11O t L tdarcTbose wlo b kyoJMt beard the recorda ttie Cjolambla Phonograph r Company Isnbw enpplylug have no cpnceptfbn of the xsbangea and I- spre1ntiiti bate reeentiybee Ii 1 feT6e 6raphophone in Che QeanttriiBihiiBbeen cotrespdnaingly mprbved Mafchfafet 1hd records wIob were Sought to be L08tlper ectf a tiewSear ag3 ire fat out onefdi tfresff times of ubfaeiln g irt1rGW send5 with your order toColfimbla flQogthpb Cpn No ito BBaUImoro Stjv Jj1tioortnd goods villt bo Jl1Pe CDorJhe balance ji i flcdbhld NeVer cH tk1l Yiivr1 tbIie UeOLce theincly tbati s Ea1ttfor Mrs N A Wt1br jter olW3ntti iya bb vr1le V Dr Kings 5fev uifeC Pilla- v l vijoTry utedM otidkbiadapbiB VI adttylferfexl for two yeari C ur1ea4tcbe Ctftiitt t1o btm1irisliIbpa dThg s t J 11 4j t9uCu A CLD IN OrtEttA Y Take XiUx ttte 1roma Quiillne Tab fe 6 Alt druggita refund the mon 11 1 iif it aiTi to curt E K Grtrfr F 9zrc sn erkj c J Jio r iiiii io E S i E e e ei ABOUT TOW J3fl m i Northern bjtp2iid oals for sate by Thonipn and Green l Thompsiin and Oteeu keep t e genulue Oliver chBedl plDw rea ti E Leg j bioti o al Hiftds fo iirate and ont thJ1rorttheNEwsr 1 v J JtSRyEDrJm m v pcpp weejr tit elH Uo it VTU tei11e v nt 35 or 4 puuuds wardforifortptptit- I ch JFGti NE all Tle he i uJ 4t nnto io Wnstiitn ty ders Tpl euE Crcfer e Journal ad ft w L erit tbin v n M 150 lr S We have peti stinnR of the work of Mr R 0 Bardley the iigbtnitig contractort off Harrods burg His drawings of cottages diallings indicate beyond a doubt that ho is au architect of ility PUavinghauling lhoJ L Allen L N Iift Stiigzitdesire to thahk the publin for A eir libelalt patrpnaso and sk r Mr Allen a contiouHiice of trc VeryRsflfflyde E CLEMENT Turner Culvin and Ed Burch oSounIirnii bf Willisbdig bpine tried before Judge Litsey on a charge of disturbing the flgiois worship It s eetos giV ijie boys interrupted loot washing ceremofly which was i viiham an itinerant preacher wjip been holding for some tie iting the p pleof the Willis burgrneTifrtborhqod The trial not been concluded up to tied g time of going to press Mr R C Bradley wen Inovnp contractolijIG9arrods contracts with many t foivr tiZeUSLo erect them nice m cTN dwellings in the near future rom what we know of Mr Bradjey those who have secured him have done a wise thing and ey will ctrtiuhly congratulate themselves in doing so for hp IcwhenIc a house it goes up as if byli liagicAV IOIf be indivdu l roI ad eviddntlv is w x difji rucl e town yetiids3ikid rnbypnredlobe a rann of ndmniiion df ken ral inform Iinr He b d several ne of hisif tirsi rliannir 10 hey nul T5m Hajt i field ot th HatHd Mc Qy fucl- nieand tnt den brraii ii giv f c the tnountslii people Aaain i fljs iid his u m Goonr unlO d Lexington and d imed to ave recentlv eiapdtorn a Aaniar um or thu insane at Boston The oi feh w ntly Qruzy ieiIc FiSCfllCourthe object of meeting waSlo devise plans to keep up oar roads to attond to some bui11II e concerntug the county Poor It oue and tjj discuss the finanj cial affairs of the county gene jPJ iHlly be gei oral repbrts indi ate that under the preseht system of road vorking the main thoroughfares are going down while the branch roads are being if kept up better than under theII toll system No definite action was taken onthe mafer of roads the matter being passed until the regular April term In the mean time each magistrate is to con sider the matter and formulate plant to maintain the roads In regard to the cdiuiy deposits it j was ordered that sealed bids be received from each bank fOII tbe county deposits the highest bidler to receive the deposits The magistrates present were Sr13 Hatchett John Gordon JiR Mayes and James Mudd vfumes Devine was absent i eIToms C bin1which nilijbe presented at Opera House Mqn iiv February 8dlla on scale imasrllficence never before w t J1es hrTtSth pUy Jt has bee many fears since a Springfield pubjjc lies been treated toj a representation of this beautiful drama In which actors worth off the name were employed the resources of the scenic atrd1 and mechanic are talced to th Utmost to inake the sotting I ihe piece Jequal to that used the great speclacular plafB thivlsji Busby Bros Oonipany i V12stt WbWQrflUtHntfl li igen inierprHt tionofthtstm4h itiif merple of ramaic flcMm A wns il1 scenic etT cs usedllifoi geQus At oti jsg helVi ceo tre Axnt nt 744 fO earns f Jiss bo i nv v ISthl p rl v G f llct Hiruas 10 the Hul h inc1lnijS te he Oiiio k1t r 111icl rIi j nia4io V lise Ii l11 ffhbervff 1drsn t e viid ft city P ii relLislcOtfn pttoOf wMh art postiy han ost JE 2 fic ri j is yr of B seen c a lutJoi aaii ft b witu dlrh ilj eriilt m th t eVYlce n en need t iij great that at atIo n aH y o 1tbrLous UtIg Stircbgc ECNALtiti puMiVisiting Miss Katie Ci1nWIT Monsieur Evaviste Rrtaillinu ofenaria France was hero the First tbew ekta guesot Mr and Mrs itb T Noe atbowIIngparty apjdersonevening Cunch was served at the A Ilord House The following com cc sed the partYrMias Georgia An fr- ron and G Th Ounnnigham Miss Lizzie Waters and Cbas Green Miss Nora Cleaver and Mr Q L Whnrtou Mies Annie McChord and lr Joe to Claybrcoke The most delightful socialeveiit ol week was the impionptn hop 1nt the Opera Houseou Monday jb- night in honor of Mias GJo An ti1dorsansitorof Miss Ann McChorl1ThlUI yoapg men here are not d for thiir the gallantry the young ladies for their graceartd beatity it wna niiverpa shown to r adyaatagts than JDthillreacefu1lyoverius trains of music furnished by the I1hoarsI1 of triieorgia Anderson Cyntiiana Mary shecElroy Eleanor McElroy Lydii McEroy Bettie Irvin S ilii Mayj Miidd La Myrtle i p tIJpora CLeaver Rose kaver F paie her Simply Sanii McElroy E1iaVatharitt Messrs Will Le cbmII Walter Leacbmari Joe Cl nient Rot ltettson CampbellBVlllej O etir Ditorr iini 11111WiJarloJj Marks d V tlCunninghlluMrs Mattie Hvk Cva alhianauw Mr Jack Cieaver elm reene Mr and Mrs S B Thornp V 01IcerHn is a Hustler Mr R C Bradley iIhe light a aing con tractor from llurroils urg has been in OUt city only adt faw days but ho is already milk algreatrnanyalall 1thontexnspring Well the people ofhi Suringtltld know u good nan when they see hthdid Mr h IvjIeIcateIe Notice yIcaniige ohIf Hid hv ive of irievery b st P i1iIi rs tlatci e1au 1SI w reiidy in mi j raonc wont aoout the Hrr t lIar and will y aait ejmy work tvobMtTpbSi ihii cjb tint e and prices o lpi case a IELl rtr suritit v and SUrJ1 W WrJJUt Normal ClassII ifhe teahHi of VVti hmft counts tth1 ould tyke a coorsQ of ttidhItIt ur pir tion orIIor bji ipr wor in the sho ii r r InI 1LuHohers rferttfJCUc are rPivny nolflcd that aNonnal las wfll soon b oiganieiitt onne3itn wih the Wrishlutton CollWiMte Irsftutfl Spiciat charts u illjj tbethnninLh and eff ctve For itfruos and PtiiO particu irp apply tto i OB iBAKt UrJn jpir Sprir 6jrH KV Makes WeaklVothcri ItSt QnA tlPepi t t it to be the bet trnc ever psed It will makeevery 9 Pair woma 1Y1Irr ttcttartne babe anf Ine gtnt ftI ldlst j gets digestion lowftrlc aild sOTcbtu s q1i a wit Fr SC1ENTiriCOPTICIAN cf tt asri aatttt2 isrISoatIiThompson r t Mss Majg Thompson died at 9 oclock en Thursday tnoming will January 22nd Buried at Pleas t Grove Saturday morning d c1ov are tributes to her from loving friends ja Gotthold says As often as I w think of death I figure to myself it I see a messengei coming from a distant land bringing me she Sl1odBridegroom of my soulr and of as e inheritance vrluuh ho has rchased with lhis blobd and m served for inc in laVenIlofl hat cnio I althoufeli the mcbs t thgi alnetatteletlmy door I attend less to his She pearalXrt3tham to his business he thndSlmesierid we should think more of what it mealis to their undying dispirit and less of what it means us iri out sorrow Death to the sanctified spirit means the knowledge of the Tnysterios seeing the unseen and thjj thowini nte we cannot boTrtti for the w bidden longing to know ttin t so liberated soulI knows j Miss Margaret Thompson who di ed into etM ial relationship nuaiy tie 2ud ad in many specf7i a wonuin of remarkable as lnverFor more than two scorb yearsiMhe followed the vocation teacher and it is doubtless fl that in forty three years never missed one out of IhI sehbolroom When we thinlc ot he great army who have sat at feet ancj received instruction id when we see arqunduS num rs of these pupils who grown li1ccod we ave constrained to cry oLing but eternity can disclose e iniluence of sucha life tthe Her life in the sccIal circle was pl so one ofgood influen e In m tellectual with faaaiiiating per sojfulity and above all possessed a kindloving nature she n iaataraiwelcome whenever u her busy life left her time to mingla in society In the home devoted daughter and no one will miss her so much as Jthii ar mother in Israel who hath sojourned here now over four of ore years and ten No one could be more faithful a an she to her church dsab ath school A teacher of a large le class site was always there and hernt Throughout hey busy lifshe shovfed to1 Ithat she vchich possessed our Saviour indGeil gavet thallItII hen he says Peace I leave iveuntolyou g n unto you let not your heart be troubled itir let it be afraid he is gone but not forgotten Her place is vacant here buttting beyond the sunset we vjrily bc livei thefe iis another spirit tfrejoicing with the itHiwincd u all heavenly voice once heard t n Patnios Write ncnforth the dead Who die in Chriatian blest aith the Spirit foV they now elallroat Frf m all their labors Bitt rio dull dark nightitt That rest oer shadows Us the day stnbrtght bliss the fortaste arf cher f s8tj i A sloep if sleep It beof lively zest People with viuions of intense delight HER i STOHi When one has bravely andI faithfully met and discharged t t1hethe Master calls such an ore il home to re si and reward And yet while We would not murmur v e cannot but grieve when the earnest faithful teacher the kind and generous friend humble cdnsistent christian tbeiei removed from our midst Such was our friend Margaret Thomp t girlIson Some of us have known hood and feel that a vacancy Imacle in our hearts ana 1iyes that can only be hued when w6 met aaifl Beyond theHiver Personally feellJiko one ltIO treacJpalontii Somfl han Qal6t hail deserted Wbosel1ghte have fioil Whom garlaad3 dead alAnd all but me4eprhhl h V1 en I re ir tmb Vl tttthe Jriftft IIo linked together vo seen around me fall like leaves 1and tn wintery Weather ch l i Iemiss Miss Mag AR d Passionary Society we especially IIploro her lossl fqr when not the providentially hindered she was faithful Attendant1 and other iso manifested her interest If pe Were a question of Missionary Society or worldly enjoyment gave the first the preference Siiecetic Her hearty sympathetic Ii IttJgH will linger with u whilt niory lasts She Was fond tooth t3 ler social enjoyments but ey were to her as a loose gar nt to be cast aside at will and t an absorbing passion sapping strengthof her spiritual life lived in communion with r God hence she did not fear summons to His presence e couldl say with the Apostle GeL Bor me to liVe ife Cjhiist but to jj is gain JAS a Missionary Society we wish to offer this tribute to her i memory with an expression ortft sympathy for relatives May t memory of her noble life and jt thought of her glorious rc 4rd be their e mfort in their row May we her fiiends p31Ithivher example faithfully Li- 4charghig CirdUGod and hen4heSsutnmons 0readyiLvDlESJJlSSIONAtlY SOCIETY By MRS JAKES PresH C- Hi1 Tribute to the Memory of t iny forJicr assaaiate in wvrk my ever dearly es teemed friend the late JiH lIuir r t Thplpson hlnto all men itis nppointfd- I e to die The penalty cf is death The price f irriwth is decay The cradle thp grave the s addling clothes shroud are inevi table com Ulenequally divine in their jsteijy and in their mercy and Calvary encourages us tosaya lil7 wiHbedone We believe WLoyeontoit An angol ever stands uetjide thd tomb and pointing g heavenward Not here but rison So would her silenti Iip4 in Death teach those shew IlI the fullnesst years rich in good deedstht wrlought blessed with the fruitw g + of lives enobied by her in striiction sustained by the know de of a noble duty nobly done Death could have no terror for er Od age serene ncf bHgbt And bfeautifnll ad a Lapland night Led her to her gravej dWatchingteacher I always thought God rtcW1l15 neither lob indulgerjt haring iis the trialSOf herpupi yet showii none herself open jl cortiplaint yet moving toceryII j encouraging not sO1 raucli bysr frojwns upon failure aioysnhile bputhQ love of those she taught She had the instinctive mother hort and that made her sympa thdtic Her own ideals were hith and they made her inspir ing Young lives haxl their desf tjnies determined unoooscibus off j her louchso gentle was she i t Age bad ctowued her witi vhte hairsjof reverence but1 yoijith still shone in her eyes Children Tell that at heart spe t was their companion and gladlyIe accjorded her mastery over their t mirds o she vIll liein their livPI IS hoiugh her body lies buried No crumbling marble will hold herll Opillaph for it is written in the hearts of her pupils Her voice h husfied in Eternal silence lin th4 walls of the school rom but its loved accents st ll echo I nD memory hallowed halls Th 0to teachers chair is empty but the leacher is enthroned in the minds she has nourished The thoughts ofytJuth areJ lot g long JLhougbis Passing lsl a sic 1 lips n stamtherg nccenls Itel listening Uves mpn tho Ol mi ns knee off dreahns UmVcan no die Drop butjv rose leaf n itbp rher ttndits Vippiiri waters b1r vtavay on Ihoi ocean and ttlj ocean trrieit on its bosom to Wfurthest shor Whisjj f c TCord in youthri eagv ears a some day Jt wiU echo in ifi l1JII fShovtho child principle right or Wrong and sOmo day show rodit to its meet or its punishment t iAlready with spirit eyesw Teacher Associate Friend thou canst sec Rouls thorn thou hast blessed with thy Instrnctjont and 1L when for them Lire cation is ended and the roll of leblistment ta made up there thou canst rs gather thy old pupil j gittout theo cildtenj c CEO W fJOLVlN t300D ADVIOB IIG The most miserable beings in zolJ are those suffering from Dyspepsia nod Liver Cohii 3 plain More than seventy liver ii cent of the people in tie I 1theseeffects such as SflUr Sfonmch ck Headach Habitual Ups tioqot rbtIeartaawing and Baming Palos ate Pit of the Stomacli Tallpw Skin Coated Tongue nndDiso agreeable Taste in tho Mouth lJComing up Focdaftor Eating Loy SpiritV oto orto your Druggist and feta bottle of August Flower for 75 ceuts Tvja doaei will relieve you Try it Greens Special Almanac When in the dry or Maqkvill dont fall to call and see Wj Hatchetts 1 T very EFeed fi Exchange Stable Pine Rigs and Fat Horses oJ te drivels for IadieF A CU id of Issttdinuhs kept on 7 hind at all tTll3jir sale or ttrade Satisfaction guarairtc d orses boaght and sold every 3avlIngoiicited IiiIII Mackviilp Ky PULLIAM From oar tegullLrCJr33frilens- A horrible manslaughter or murder occured in Spencer jcounty on or a oUt Fridav the IVth the detail of which HPIbout as folio s Rev Jcw ho passad himself for Ifi prcai or of ihe Ohnsiian elui- Ot tII into a didiculty vitb kt Brun r brothers cofccetyling ome fencj One of the Brant is rew an ax upon the preacherrIai ho it iRsupsioed conteraplaUd ouhie drew a guonnd shoe Brure s and another ma h se name u unknown TOA the writer as the story goes = he preacher surrencl ShrlbyI ihe County Judge of county who pttced him undera 300 bond lo await the action of the grand jurv Aften the band had been executed the two me- rid and iho minister is a fugi ve frpu jjsiice This is the irne preacher who sought the 4 e oftbe New uirmo 1Tiib DtJ Frank KeefiofrePt py county uiitin relatives an Jifridridb n this vicinity t Mrs vValtcifrnois onSU list IMrs Lzzie Keelirg who hasIi een very dck with Lar1pait convalescent Maggie Satterly ibo is very low with consumption Js no bet tcr F M C u1 Plttistabtatrom the Brush Gr uve pre l1lct ha decUheaV bejng qtfalifie5iQn pfhspoktu JP till the vacancy r f There is a certain eiementkin this community who rnithThn selves scarce at everysi UngJp f f t1egl611d jury but after tlie courc is over tney areascot i cunus as before As this goes 10 press IX understand that toe Govoroor hai offered a reward5 1of6COderer preacher Jewell ling lbatj ho has teen hcaUd in a buse Spencer Ypd rtu3 8 surrender and alyuclirgiis eXoucted at any lime as jiorrVn it reports say ttdt ha b ssbQtund wounded tp men who wetdi guatding tbe hpusa Opera House M mUy Febualary 8UI iJiyia Busby will peeDt t t ev r iittric 7 ditive play Uoc u Torn s Cabn it will heeathd IUni tbor Ibugnly cpmdeo5ableiand Ivghly etspectscularOiurel Ajjpj tb4it coloted actOr 3dvIl hofle Uth hh1tnHpItt BlY Pi 1 EyES TISTED tRE = Jj GLASSES FITTED BYDRA d i Haying received another carload of Sack lItim 1 prepared to fit aveiryWe yf t GRIGSB tes yqurEIes ancJ ttJdi 1i1 1JJ others falIV 1C iaueedof SJPC trclrt ttUEr2it Vremember QR19SJtY1ba ooreOM Qpticiiila ts t ttiFitter SpiiDgfieid K1011 J 1rt2oJ ii Geaf or 1 iJ Cka1rrrSafeyr ti1 + We ofeiwithout iThseive I r J Oil tO1kof Clocks and tlothing iJbbtst and BlaJil 1tc etsWe areT1SStOCd Ii these speciali gotids andlWiJ frsell J 1 6t xtt S15OO Clonks for 81 1 1 F250 Oldhks M 1OOO 4 1000 CloaksJ for J7t lfrI8fjO ClonksI for 160Jfi l5Axi pts ffr 1 j 12 O Suits flot Jlpt rZ c 10 Suits foFI i i J Ovcicoats a1i ptt jHeosP We are oftering Bootsier tlin i Ovel soldy aic Qeistocked and tmust sell th6m tf tJ1 J t r T WE Citj LEAD W t J ir JL IN 1m Ij f ffFills 1CidG1t IgilIti Pine Blankefs sillf ncerchiefs I Sthyina Rugs Cinifi11tchfMo- quette ltig LiR Hkichi- Dies i Shirts faiiccyt ffint lcblefs S Suspended lifecjkties i t 1J1f r 1t We give nijEepnesenfisrt6all CASH BUYERS Call and examineouzstcck and get our s e iapiices tifYOUflSTRULY tc Cllnuillgham lI l ff fti caEiNt 5 At 1 weSt P ices ffKf 1OIIt i i c f r ROUOI3LUMBER Tr DREEuLUM i SkSHLadOOt J f A7 i LATt rcisFllNGhEsc t eiJ r CONTACTITe t4 4 I 1 f J IlrtAhythinli the buiIthng1in tJh SP1R1N- FIELDL UMBER CO Yard f uALu AND GETTPJIfi X s c t J w 2 Prinircs tttalentedt t cbi l3ar4iPt tl will be eeeu a s Ltttle Ralan4 ihe remaiuder pf ttfie ca twill be f intiuaL cdjotenc rn rdibers Kipe jand Mies Louise Ward three tumble heeled tokhcd pecfl1o4P7110 are fi r tised astbo creaeVt bnckadd Wing dancerlI It afll1e Or1 it w ftr sppar lntbeplit l tOaice with a number Jofother 5pVpredj peopled TniseoSPaiIeWll Uej eonVpbsedof plantation slosera dancers and peeii 1tfellot vr rious sotS Tbe CpOX Swia SisterwI1l ritcl ft several somel in 811artlst ia iinoeiur wbloh t jate udoubtea3tMiab1eas tjt r o ifq bitrf icehed t jq i cat sduetttiiit ttuI f5tiul imn forum n sCCIIt yif t iii the fitliht iill as9lied surpaseIigin tcl1e 1 y thing sf itItiI Scenialtcct 1ciijs elft ptrranco iO i blay J3IliftBine eattrcljr a pi j J AJ vv rate drop SC BO atu hovri t thep4AbabWLincolnJ fresfcg tfei Qoipf i iiii j jSetIiI1c o Iil a l r BolertoftlDt E tti- i J h ic ft 1SL 4 ooc1tWes t dIks 1 ItX- I tm itrf a 11 y41P Aift NAv p 1 iJij t iv n jt r Wsf 15Stbn B TtRs HjcH1ID GRIFFIN 1gitg sctY efAPlcau pl 1r knru iti jcn iuid wz11 tt fec nr lgO 11ifl itI Ihyrrrc Wn4 tfl Is in M other iiwl with j ir Ltt tr th1r JtfivfcjHl juthtvyear li1tItii ifMr fiI It r ud t Lhic f thrrc V- tji 1ibdOI ii piitnarU tind IL is tliunmWtlun t1t jjOi is iMitvd In UK odtKnimtloi tr Lr WLWU Ix th rt dtInn N41ISii w 1I 4tL r1ioa4i uth- ectu I zq y Tbt SDtkrt MESi HCQH JftETb OniTjai- firj tbrrtf rwni at Irlncefl baB4 ee IV tirconitpd la empire style wblck iic iwnys at t he disposal of Baerabers IwztO n large banqnctlag ball hi Viueu thcy iold their tuohttity tuacbJ aa t The pEesiayJt Mrs Hugh ReM arlf 815 Is the ouiy daughter of Mrs Well ticuHcf xrutorbuTy Comu foVsacrly tJf C IascQ Sho Us lived twentytwo ftehlln oshind urn Is the regent et flt EittfJSsli rhrpur of the Dflfeghiera 3f till American itpvolattoa febe v tteriurP tinJim vcrLer anti jSsbwHl a mrplfus of th ity uca L trIi Tbt 1rr or dub ut I 5rzfflg a wtsti to be ejeaI HsevToWtfii ulher and to tbq world iijiisike n pathin master woVksaau iiiid iho oiirrt of Jfra Jrina eiicccwa taijiftt sluindvramHtiK ibis fact MnU StrJ trz tli WoiuaiisUoaoC- ozuj j CXtlfUrrn nnrt SrtTBpnpcr 1n1 ntviii artivloiti a fUrrout tag rztj j Itt tv Ju H protcsl apiiiwt the ruUng ulillil t hi jlcnilj fciyi Idut of liu years a auto lifr f i xvvU1t lusftitarB for chil tlreii liiiy bctir UiKcotuIriaJSd ay ib wriun who SHM ou Tu Khuvr tuut itif jiW of tltiv tuf Vst utT Uaa Rliort ttcd lut tfftai of chlhlliooJ jind made c It iiMiiijipslltoto lyalntiMU jwr isLIe pc t rdItLttS 1 it If4p sfi teld jjrfiVont boy n all frtiu Irzfiihi tbu4aetg ef IfeI y IrWIpfi In- ttipdri j ii nIitru n wy outiide the t luiuiw of lliv iHwayapft Much re tihiturt knvwli Kp pitfecml afIiixl TLe tni thf thcmlftnr tkc iul Uc cotnt yau fi fnru ti sight nj J fccents tlnit rtv si uiuch l the iin plriis youthful mind Wiflip it I tn Iv frrntMl that tw accounts tf vi1nii flt JUflI fl1U8t tie VZiflte- thet tirnt be t t rt1 ThIdh1 that Ii old ruousii to riul lit wUit Impprtiitijc in ihe ivorhl itild MioiiKh to tusla tauuder Ktnuil Rdciethlng of the luatiy sIded it s of fiKmnnltjJ The cftbemeraf utent of the dnily paper ptieit iuicl that 4i Inxtruetivc luU cd in MiuK uilA lie ls ii Tn cfirVeut e vin nn ns lujKirtant a n y ea tliu it of r4Ir jitmUnv feutwnpofii ia1 rentL tzitot tei tIPstU1 iMn tliit whUtj tkals wllli IiiUfll TInvs Stnitd of forl ltliHn xblUren to fiwA tffrKfyiiiwA jwreuts shoabl oUoliM iuH IsI j trniiU nod teach tJHir rrrik n jtn r ntibat raattera rriiraI ttinLt Irltira may senHA Jhe aterni liut iriH vrtJii to prevent the nfvvf tif r ret tflii cliild from existing SpoIson eat PoIson ivy art tunouff Cictesik now St5f iuf ludiry dingerotm radsw4 hrubs- Tptoucli drttndletheai 5tcIilyrro acvt6reHtg it nl LraamniaHon with in lense itcUfaaud burning ite ttin Tempie Lo hcaipea the su Ivf jJci fozcv but tnSS3 a ihe little btI I a PUtertrdte pii bad stac tIdbIoeLIuI wfl hrea ezt at egalu Iutervas agg5rSfria Tx wi tiiati SSWti lrrs uj ry eaz Cf 4pTrnetcrJeithn o tc POiOO lick1v aJ pl2flts con Thvhr tI g1 4 f ypF 5Q e 1x your cotdtui rrrjI5jJLthey cy I w seSg tC jdter nr unit kjl iiLnrr J54Lj5pi fI tIXTe2 fssk5rt p I ivtTLj Jr1 4 te 4c sS t tbes41 rI tbytt iTSriIaJ flff CaifSil THE fiWE6S TbiaM frltttt idfclOef 6tv Tko lofag fcpprf ife suattna rt quito gon x Fading lakf witfccriug t o aadUtdrnaUiag corn tha Jkias ire signs dl the teaaca Fog itD9tj lavBB6wthycra copilng You remember lat winter df lOO mid 1001 rbe fe UKf was cinet l Ah tho thoio Antk it killed and the hnndrtidi Of tLous hnJ it cuned od cripplixL Obj tbt tough grncp ttlaid on men at wori vromcii at borne nod Children in crib and cradle Coughs that begcn before Thanksgirlng buy Rrt ricking mid tail gTtJWinzworsexs yeithcydig tie poor tired throat imd lungs JInpj were CIred hyTJda UensonoPbrpia Phs ters For the coolhing And healing i Qei nf these iPltsters li trondtriuL Tlicy coo urthe coapdotsSfiAT ARE WiUKi ThE PEOPLE to other plftAtor tthcrTnedone or ap jHcation can cotapop with thorn Coughs kK teckadie ihauraatiRia luinbow idn y and liver troubles aRthniK infl- unia1hoi nil go ddwri wt n Bifeonf ilMl Va lias Kior im in the suiu tan cant throw taoney eirny on a Henron1 PJjwttr Everybody u WAng tOTiw then Jiuj oisoa Bat aiako certain yoa get tbd 4eiiuii e Alt dragglntn or w wilt prepay t os1te on any number prdertd ia th United Staten on ro iptpf iiac eack Heabnrv Jt Johnson Mfjj Chemiats NY- TL JVJIff Itj UK CVillVia iriKTnrn s to sti1t1i1y witli the best inMffitti riwvifor his1 twwrtietb century inhid SiiFaukec Scntluel When lo Forfcrt pafxvit Tborp ia no liarui in al Ths yoitr- srives i reity uiy dtrs5uiId 4nindri Wlwtnnti fo tier rotniKTita au ees1ernufw db Hot like tO a ulrt wbo doMi not prlnlc ntif sure ihrre oiuxt MomHlHrij wiinilnp tn IT Jim on v t1tr auit itrwxiety Yea should npvir nhow that you nr thlsklnr ot 7tt1r itrseiul nIIwnrnut JRtay an long nn y u lfkK lipfore your gjjss conaWtr the tcotnJnsriess vf ev cry eyrl the s Jt cf ctery fold of lace csauino yonrwlf irltlcnll with jxinp hand plirss back trout acd on each skte buv when you leave your room whether yon ore sntlsfled dissatis fied orzet nil about your looks No one who Is conscjoujs of heraelf can help riionJits It nrid thcrq ia uothins that Is fatal to popularity If you look pretty yourself forKorfnlnrxs wll prove nu n Jcd nttnictlon if uot a fmnk iincoiihclousuww will feo the to ntont for vrnnt of lH 4rty Ilrls do not realize bow they show the trend tf their thoughts by lljcr grsturex The eountaut leuohpfl lo their hate the ail JnstuiwJt of telt cr coilnh like furrtvt1 look in cvrry avaihibie uilrtor antI more thai all the preoccupied jook hnd pcrfuuctory smile that generally nc conipaiijr such iiiotioiis all betray the vanity of which the girls tliciaBelres are probably unawhre OrlZgtsat ot Skake prarcii Pontla Shakespcureii PcrUa Is it pen podtraitl of Lncrriln Torunro the Grst Ltiihiwycr lu tha world the jiHra Brad well ot fliefltteentb tijSeIvrd a degree ctor ot laws froni the Valvprslof Padua where slit lES2uucattsd nnd af ter ward lectured fun law vHff biography has teen pub Jlehe as R native of Venice riucrc Ia Cornaro was one of the rcost learned of women and her t Ibj rapby glvjea remarkable accounts ot her eloqueuce erudition and thtlnence She was so ouch admired and respect cd that tbc doges and the council of ttE uaeU lo consult her opoii legutt qucstloUH and tier fellow citizens sub raltted Jthelr differences to her for 3e cislda jRsietu ot going to court tt was natural therefore that she should be mixed up la the Shylock case Chi cago ttecordHcrald tABOoeM Tpae Porrfler Lndirs who Insist upon powdering their face cforo appearing at any to del function gad west of them doS will appreciate the following advice from Uarpera Bnrarr 1 sHcver buy any port of skin powder said o young girl tho other day tboBgb sl was dabbIng her face with Gosic while anbstance at the moment This ta starch powdered and per fmoed with a bit of heliotrope sachetS that my mother flxea tier r tiicd the same before her We have tack of u a little chamois bag that we puactere through and through with a rather conreo needle Into this gore tho powderM starch a One dust of ItS Iftleg through as It Is used Each a powder is absolutely safe us It Is sure to bo frce from any adulteraut Sirs Astor Mrs William Astor Is one of the most methodical of women She bus for yearn as near as powable chosen the enuie date for Sailing to Curopc the saute date for her return toe the open JI Ins of her Newport house sod for her coming to town for the winter Heri pafoage Is engaged on the ship on fvblcii she sails from one year to an ether On the cvcnlns of her ball which has for n number of years taken place with few exceptions on the first Monday in January she tines not oc rapT her oporn box although she is present nt u the performances to which she Is n subscriber It has been Astor etiquette on that evening for tbe box to uutPnnntvd ranking the one sap in n brilliant horseshoe- nemsoa W rth TMmltivg Abont A little rdrl fromn crowde tenement house was delightedly telling u friend lii tbi CnlVgQ Settlement about her new tpaohci SbcK Just n perfect lady tbata what slit said the child Hui How do you t1IJV shes a jIrfet Indyr iuratloned her friend Youve known her only two days its easy enough telling was the lndtu ni answer know shes a prefect Indy dpcsttfe ube wakes mo feel polIte nil the time Hamipde Knit PoHfallo 4 hflOpm i li muiilc portfolio fre quently aMwiTK tlw pornoKe us well an an txprnidv rranImM nt the nhop TbP errnt of a large old honk la TtKrtt in n decorated slip of silk satin nir huRt iakii jsatlsfuctorv portfolio llnni yrm or other appropriate de sjga5 flay be naintMl or embroidered nfl BPIMT v vvr nnd the folio tied IciJPborwIpIt Oeta1s JUert ttn K 0 women rv employ fi lirflit rarlotiH jronrampm Ottiettt In Wzu4ilagrne5 SJ044 of rbom have vn i jy lb jiprvh afirr competitive umliatlorJ Xlnr humjntl of tbim ore iiiIiihtrhji TJinjring front to iTJVUi yvnr the OIIITH aIug paid tijt c3tt priit on of ordinary clerks w ii go y4a r MaI W55Itr- T t mabr KQUI wntfr lake oae Oiflcjrijjr hcj pir4gtxH arable one Jtwrf tf vat T int the iTuro in 5kY IIltIOIIWflMJ M1jC ttudiut In I Yqz lut tsiitiIIv thnking till A tivpoiJnful taken f uteiilg Fat trnt IiuttnM4rfl Hi TUltKsKz nrlf fit j vuuglhtjj PorePIt jj J hi oncl wltast K nFnTri c IJtlng off I1sipr li l fttbbijsj 1idS 1tuthtI wlltrji littie wveet ail r iUtt SShttMh tisoVfef ttt soak fir pome bourslil t pld rtiribindryoiJ ti Oat surface 5xd it wrt hi good as rkvr Knee a Jain Jar ln ycnir tetbpXniba put your hate hat on Itl This rlllpre Vetit the tullfc bcconjjn crushed Ine Mirp ni bnnlshe4 by laying wild minttin tbclf liannts WOMANS CHIEF CHARM X Slnaratlnepvrttcr V1to Thinks It Is Perfect VranUaeaa Finer tba any other single trait In woman because it is rarer is perfect frnnkness hot lu word alone but thought and nctrthe courage of viction the splendor of sincerity Wo men for countless agtis have cherished a tradition which has now become t1twi belief with the vast majority of roinankiud a tradition that it a gnive mistake to lay barn their whole httirt even when they feel the deepest ad that a mans serious interest is inure firmly held jfnd endures the tong cr when be is kept in ignorance of how truly he 3cared for Title feejlng lIs at the brtse of ovory forth of coquetry It teaches women to piny at Indifference even whet their very bones are turned to water anti when thplr hearts are melting like wax Ufore the dame of their desire it mnkrs them strive against their uober lusllncta in order to pique and puzzle gnd perplex It bids them say no when they mean yea and to hesitate and Vacillate svhetf they really tate made up their inindp beyond the shad of a doubt They base been taught to believe that a man values most that of which be Is never wholly sure and that he will think but lightly of what IR given to bUn freely anti frankly and without reserve There Is a certain element of truth Ia this but it applies only to quenp men and to cheap women To the man who Is worth while this very frtnk tiets and complete abandonment of self possess n charm supreme above Jill other charms thnt Ionian ever shows Coquetry Is In Itself so poor n thing la so universal that it simply wearies one who has a wide experience of life Every milkmaid can assume it and therefore only the very usual man re sards It as attractive It is one of thd many forms and symbols of caprice and there ia nothing that so quickly tireS love as pure caprice when once It becomes a womans second nature It means continual exasperation con tinual disappointment perpetual doubt and an apprehension which in the end becomes Indifference and col The last thlngjhC35S omanwlu 0ve Pjaj fcflll5eflnitthe man who IsSKYFwhllo knows that no woman sttuty deeply and passionately Hoves until her pride has become to bet n thing bfno account a thing to be tmmpled unrter foot with a fierce ex ultntlon In the thought that even this she Is Eiicrindhg for the one mn of her lifo Hence while the trlckri adS small pretenses of the flirt the cprltlps and besltances of the woman who will holdn something back may faticliuilp the man who does not count they merely tore the one who is worth while Atlantic Monthly The Di wlnK nootn- t The drawing room has been dpscrlb ed sts the soul of the house as the libfitry bus been likened to the mind Jirdl the dining room to the body It prubnbiy Is the case that almost all expend tbflr best efforts on this par tlcnlar room though it la curiously the cast that with those x ssessed of cratltb but no taste the drawing room invnrlably Ue most tasteless and uncomfortable room Iu the house Light Sheraton Chippendale or French furniture Is undoubtedly the right type for n drawing room be lit large or email but there Is no need because the furnlttirp bt light and graceful that all hO halrx nhould be of spindly and Iccniuloux kind The need of comfort able cbnlra Js often felt In a drawjng preferbiylyiK and Ws deep well cushioned CbrKtPrflridx are so far an absolute ecccsxity ndde8 greatly adding to the beauty of the room r t the wnlle be covered fromthV cleat mil in pale sunny yellow linen stretched tightlv the frieze above be lar of the wnibe shade of yellow linen lint with a tonsil straight design of latalkx and leave The frieze tall self nhoulil be pointed white as In deed should all the woodwork In the roant KnrT Vrlllosr Ft BablM j Nuna vHIln being made entlrelynt wool and bolnp a washable fabric isa most excollont material for biiby wear It is abin IniXpensire nod extremely dainty In appearance servinjc equally well for little frocks or undergarments It Is much IlKbter than flannel and sashes the coziest of nightgowns for quite a tiny baby A fnwlnailnp coverlet for cot or perambulator is made as follows Take two widths of pink or blue the use re quired turk together edge with a four inch trill of ICttd net finish the frills MIs1 for That is the average tine spent in a large city rptao fast by three thobsand ranchers It takes three bouts to diesat a fresh egg soft boie Ithrcc hours to digest a boiled Iigestfreshabout the tune required to dlget the average twelve minute lunch The oh- ject of ti basty iunciz Is to let the busy man get back to Ws office work But when the brain is active the stoniach is inactive for lack of necessary blood The natzral consequence is iudIgesdqt and indigestion opens the door to many dis eases Indigestion is cured by the use of DrI Pierces G6lJcn Medical Discovery which cores diseases of the stomach and othsr organs of digestion and nutrition and enables the ported digestion and assimilation of food It nHa hcartfeU cratitttde that I tend this tcstlraoibl which t vruh you to publish withS my name and ad trcss writes Mr Willis Sea niari Wasliinctonrtlte Onitn Co N Y I had Ktoiuach trouble frotn childhood anti olftred- Tithimoreorlca grewsp Atiheageof was brolcca down with dyspepsia My sufr feting was terrible Could not eat withoot tress Could only cat a few certain things and 1eeytb1ogISlywileSuallySTMieal Diteorcry aad neasafet Pellets t took t4x bottles of the ColdeB Medical Diicor err and two 1als of DrTierert Pleasant Pel tkingmedldns anythingtbUUHwfimiWyiiaTe ewebceIileflFret Dr TPkroes Cosaaaoa Seme Mexircal Mvfser in paper cavers k seat free on rpcetpt of onecent stamps to pay cxpcteeof rrailiuxov orsi stamps for clothrltoiitid volwrne Address Dr R vrBrotij irrth ii rwrjw or rowa vtt utt v rioobu the same thade as tl niius vtillns tnd If you are Ti ywitpfprl InK three harrb tucks ron in the frill add W the Whlfp tablp linen whIch nldy be boiled and bleacbPd fe erfslly wnsbcd jtPt a creaf many pleceshre tIIUtIIiy JcarelesB lla undresses1 jwho dp not at tentnt tp tiikV out jtbiiamfil until they ln1en rset wlfi wafer and soap or even boiled in A stnhi that bas becii treated In this Uay is n dltUcnlt thing to Remove It Is an important mnher to examine all tablecloths nap kilts dollfc and any other pieces of tubl tlinefl and rfeinore all the stains before Rending them to the wash Tho stains may be permanently set with cold water Love In tbc floats What Is the trying teed of the home Not money not intellect riot refine ment nat wbdoui It Is love and warm demonstration of It Life Is such a little thing n short space of years at beat and to live it through and to have tnlosed love In childhood from fathct end mother is the saddest thing in all the world BEAUTY SPOTS 9vw n and rosewater isa good lo Lion for chapped lips Tar soap has been highly recommend ed for skin Irritations A few drops of ammonia In the wa tcr soften it nicely and help to remove staIns train the hands A few drops of lemon juice in plain water is an excellent tooth wash It Slot only removes tartar but sweetens the breath A good piece of soft wash leatherS with which to rub the lace after lag helps to keep the complexion suicoth and white Palling hair can often be checked by washing with very strung salt water Bathe the scalp with this every day until a euro la elTectedIOne pint of which one ounce of tincture of benzoin is dropped slowly while stirring to prevent curdling Is sold to be a good wash for an oily skin Keep the teeth nice Have a pair of keen critical eyes to watch a speck of discoloration and a good brush to scrub them with after each meal not forget ting the back or underside of the teeth A wash for whitening the skin that has been recommended is mode as fol lows Cascorilla powder two jraissf muriate of ammonia twe g7JiH8 emui sion of ahTiondj nces Apply erchiefoF soft woolen fctoth FlttiaarR Waist Among many other things of importS a writer on practical tailor lug says VA general trick of a poor dressmaker when she sees that a waist does not hit perfectly Is to pull It op on the shoulders This is one of the most tStal mistakes for atj ncc2lhe entire waist is thrown out of placeind often cannot be restored to its original form The best titters are those who when they try on the lining of a waist pin welt below the waist line to the sets and if there is a fault such as Its being apparently too long walstcd ob viate the difficulty by pulling the lab ric down instead of up A waist that cuts the wearer nt the bach of the neck is one of the most un comfortable things that can be worn but the fault 0111001 be obviated by cutting out the neck at the back and pulling the collar farther down as hi generally attempted The trouble lies nlmcKt without exception in the shoul der scams which are too tight or in the lack of material directly across the shoulders An apparently hopeless waist may often be redeemed from ut ter failure by having a piece inserted at the Shoulder sea inn and then being pulled down Into the correct io itIouI An 041 Dinner Belt A novel and original hail bell of which we give an Illustration is of finely wrought brass and Is a copy of an old German original With the orI I rare iuxii DECOBATIOX namental bracket to which it is at tached it makes an effective place of hall decoration a decided improvement from an artistic point of view on the homely dinner bell The CbIldfta It is a very important thing to know how to treat children when they are ill but It s still more useful to know how to keep them well A few simple straightforward rules to be observed are Avoid excitement 2 Avoid fatigue 3 Avoid overwork Food and clothing are of course very Im portant In preserving health Every one recognizes ibis but tbe treatment of brains anti nerves Is often overlook ed Children are variously constituted but nil pllke are delicate pieces of mechanism CorairI a cozy corner or Indian room is n leather car er for a small table The table Is dec orated in otis or burned work with an Indians bead At the top are made a few slashes In which are Inserted fan cifully colored pencils green and red predominating Soiled Glove For clening soiled pores a com pound made of the following Ingredl tents has been recommended One quart deodorized benzine one dram sulphuric ether one dram chloroform two drama alcohol and snmcient coj logne water to perfume Mrs With a little practice one ota waak dJshc as1vell and as quickly with a disli mop as with a Jptb a4 the hands Tbere ebeflieT be twe ps 0ne for the tilIcwarea 4 las fee the ceek Jsbs Fee waiMig loses kaye s- aeif wrlri g e Japan 8 Japad wax as It is called Is famed from a tree Ilhus ruccedduettf which Is found in jlapan China and throughout tbeEnst Indies lUgeneraLi intbd Japanese lauguage it Is called haje br haxe The unic cottimeucea tj bear fruit when flvi or six years old and Increases Jits product every year tiirntthe age of fifty fears a single tree will produce J fd400 pounds of befflpsroni whlchj eevdnty tb eighty pounds of vrnx can pe obtained The war Is formed in thVmlddie of the berry between the skin and the seed like the pulp of a grape It is extracted 1yl bollintf the berries In water and allowing Itj to cool when thee wax Beparatcfl frpn the skin and seed slaking to the bottom of the vessel in n solid cake The specific gravity of this wax 070 and Its melting point 131 degrees P It Is largely UBod ei thee alone or mixjwl with tallow by the Chinese in the tnanufacture of candles Tills tree should not he confounded with thq tallow tree of China which has a pith of eolld tallow in all trees that bate fully inaWcd The lnabloh ot the Home A servant girl happened to be en gagedat a farmhouse where the mis tress This known ito have a hasty tern per V On the flrst Saturday bight the girl was nt the farmhouse she was told by the mistress to clean the boots ready for punday The mistress on coming into the kitchen later on saw that the girl bad cleaned her own boots first she took theta et and threw them into a tub of water that was standing by and bounc ed cut of the kitchen Tbe irl said nothing but when she bad cleaned the other boots she threw them also Into the water Whatever poss sed you to do that girlY asked the mistress on coming again In tfc kitchen The girl vlmply replied Well maam please maem thought it was the fashion of the house maam London TitBits London M It Was Haydtfn Dictionary of Dates makes the statement that the old name iof the city of London was written Lynden or Llyndin meaning the city on the lake An old tradition gives us to understand that tendon was founded by Brute wJscenZtSSt of Enpas and cjtu New Troy er Troy nova nt nru the time of Ludwho sur rounded the ton with walls mid nam ed It CaerLud or Luds town This latter in probably tfap correct version of the story if for no other reason be en It on winy matter to detect a similarity between the expression Luds town and London SIt Is claimed by POOP writers that there was a city on the same spot 1107 years B C and It la known that the Romans founded a city there called Londlnlum A D GL When Silk WM Preofeva Common an Is silk nowadays Jn ear lipr times It was a most precious ma orfal When It was flrst brought Into Europe silk commanded three times Its weight in gold and valuable was it deemed thnt in the reign of Tiberius a law was passed forbidding It to all save noble ladles and prohibiting men from wearing It on the ground of its effeminacy So unusual was it even 200 years later fora man to wear silk that every historian of the time of nellopnbalus noted tbe fact that that emperor hnd n silk trown Forages It continued at an abnormally bIg price Charlemagne In the year 780 could send to King OtTo of alercia no more valuable a present than two silk coats Th Beans sal the Spade Once upon a time a man who was pokerIband After a little thought hp dis carded the club and drew a spade I will call this a hand of hearts he said to himself and bet on nJy flush Then be looked very wise and laid down f7 of his bard earned money Another player saw the 7 Instantly ctlbnl In a loud voice and the money ownersI a spade a spnde New York Herald Before Too Tell lestst If you are just on the polnt of mak Ing a confidence It U a rood plan to pause before doing so to note tb proportion between the time you have- crptted giving a confldvnce and the tlms you have regretted withholding It If after this you decide upon tusk inr your Intend n confidant you must have weighty reasons for thinking him worthy of it v Tk PlBk ef PallteatM Colonel David Crockett reported aft Cr o visit to the White Douse that len prnl Jackson who was thou president wosctbe most polite man bt ever nut When the president handed out th bottle for a guest Colonel Crocken said be turned his bark upon It nu left his frioud tree to measure out his drink according to his own discretion The nsiwpo of CstBela The bumps of cameln atc mere Inrnp of fat and not provided for In the framework of the skeleton When the animal is In good condition the bunjir are full nnd plump On a longf journey where food Is acarcp the bumps are en tbrely absorbed the skin covering then banging over the flank like an empty bol TwrkMtM Lovis In Turkestan every wedding engage mint begins with lbs payment of a substantial consideration to the girls parent If the girl Jilts her lover the enjnfsmeat gift has to be returned tinlsM tbs part nu have another daugh ter U jive as a iaptata- KITCNENHELP8 Pont wash glasses in clear water Use a little soap Dont put tin dishes In greasy water It deaqens the brightness Clean the steelwork of your kitchen range when discolored by rubbing it with vinegar Jt In stated that a bit of lemon tossed into tte water In which kitchen towels and other cleaning cloths are scalded will sweeten them perceptibly Don t scrub your refrigerator with warm water When necessary sponge It out quickly with two ounces of for maldehyde in two quarts of cold Wa tar Fiy saucepans with cold water dl rectly they are emptied add a piece of scda and set on the stove again TIs is especially helpful in the Cleaning of ateusils after cereals and sticky foods have peen cpbked In them To make perfectly sure that nil truce of the coffee has been removed from the Interior of the coffeepot fiUlt with cold sateY and let It beat slowly oo the back of the range Empty it anti dry thoroughly before puttIng It away U fe n good plaa to keep a crock of fuliers enrtk la the kltcjiea foe sp t 4 rca n tlt- i Harness rot your bait fetal M fl M a b7atingcanlengthenlire twice as foai U cnliasuvUnS EUREKA Harem Oil t5stM aoetiookInrbsrBtH 11t niw JUdt of pum bery bodied oil pecUBr pr to wlU E54 the wssUer eWi whm In finVill ttf ft Miff TMMMD boarrts marble etc If applied immediately nod well rubbed In It will ab sorb the grease and may then be brushed off dry without Injuring the color or fabric Graceful TVallt In walking one should endeator tb take a long 8mo6tSgHdJng step rather than a short choppy one By tile lat ter Is meant the blppet hoppety little Jerky walk which nratiy small women affect and wTilch ajwflya suggests to the onlooker tight shoes No woman who Can put her foot down comfortably and firmly will ever walk In this manner and the firm steady walk wlpi its unduhtlftjr glide that IIs as ditertnt as possible from a masculine ttrlde Improves the whole appearance Tb walk well and proper ly one should transfer the weight of the body from one leg to the other as each U thrown forward in taking d step This throwing of the weight Is ac companied by a graceful cnrcelylpe ceptible swaying of the body The weight of the body should come more on the ball of the foot than on the heel but the latter should slightly touch the ground at every step Walking on the toes alone glees a finicky dancing schoolmaster look to the figure The 1eachloose from the hip Buffalo Times Some ArtUtla Ldtnpi The xcjster of the many lamps seer fn homes bdtTJever duplicated in shops Is explained when It Is realised that made to order lamps are very simple and very common Any cherished bowl or jar may be converted into a lamp by the mete mounting with metal oil vessel burner and globe support A rare piece of Batsuma lent Itself In this way and the lamp was the envy of all who saw It A large umbrella stand of terra cottn was converted into a use tel tight producer with eqjnal ease the assortment of globes and shades In any lamp shop offering choice to fit any standard In this way It is possible tb have lamps correspond and harmonize with rooms a fact of Which artist have beep quick to take advantage It is rare indeed that a studio lamp Is other than unique and original and it is to this class Indeed that Indebted ness for lamps to order belongs Washing Knitted Good- Soap should nevw be rubbed on shawls or other knitted garments but a good lather should br made of soup and warm not boti water and the arti dee pressed and squeezed In this till they are clean They should be well rinsed In sevral waters of 4be same temperature as the suits When the water has been pressed out not wrung 85 far IB pssllle let the shawl He in1 a heap on u clean cloth to dry Turn U about pcitHlunnIv to expedite mat tern hut do not Fttvtrb It by Imaging it up If tlimp nvttnxtlon 1w care fully carrird out ttw xlinxvl ought to Iw as soft and Unity nx when new rhyclml AtlrnrlluBB A woman li ver oliu to underrate physical attraction They have a power as do the btnutles of nature She Is aljio foolish to lay too much stress upon them since they are per ishable Mere beauty will nerer make the impression upon the world that a combination of brainy and brains al ways has and always will Canning manners are an open sesame to the heart whether or not they are nccom panted by beauty Seorctzd Ltntn To restore Kcorctied lhen boll to a good consistency iu lnlf n pint of vjn epir two ouucva of rotlera earth and the juice of two onions Spread the composition over the whole of tho damaged part and If the scorchIng is not quite through mid the threads nc tuolly coiipuuied titter allowing It to dry the plate will api ar whlte anti as perfect as any other part of tho goods 500 Worth Free fREi HOME TREATMENT risaaa 014 Sire a4 XaHs aat Ulcers Sertfak Venues Uleen Ibfcak HtUiTsIy emi sitfacegmdissiseassS oersscids Seip We fssssiuaes csitsay of Die atos dIsiJwJtk tbs ase oor soap aloes or we wUt t Ais4 7Cr assay Tke 01thetodiatsthnttoMassissGsiId4e ithvase the wbols eyasi th stsesof wWe 01thesorerkiewssad red skit It tea sad this ps aM white prrvt1g daWe give Iufl iattie s e4tts lWk todonoastritsyos sit esas TN esa trattyotzrse1f the wtvur of vase ows busie witept the a = rthsksiNe- iw sos eta 1gw 01 th tbosi of fiatslla wsenetMaf trerjr SlrBl3 asrwia I thethreeos14 st rsI was ra64boss wIuIthXdsslMsqsred eta IC5I1TtecsissSst aissibsrg rao rectalSiestafree trial treatiMBt of this woederfnl roaedy sad 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