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wontdonbgomonrnIngq1tiit J Away put in the country retneftineralB are fow ndthe people keep apprised of lltjrt thlnga thtjlr neighbors do J sre and there some queer old fellow May not banker to rut downj3jh tools the farmer has thusstfembye away to town Chicago Record Herald 1P mand Tennecse Boa rd of- AKENUPTheXentucky ire IfJprwntJrs thas been i d hfl4th reqUire men s In fire protction of the town as asked haveibeen s compiled with andfw v he insurance men have m their turn notified theTown Trustees- hatthe m t rrof teductidni in tafeetfrup This means provided there ianp hitchi Tthat Springfield will be gjv ai lewt and cheaper rate of fire insurance a consum atibndeyoutly tobe wished and long cherished hope realized ythe property holders ofthe- dWn Itiis Dot inon lust wiat ithe duction wUlamount to but according to an estimate given some time ago byan insurance man the rate under the ne- wcliulsbuJd amount to a re duction of about 40 par cent AI calculation of the amount of there insurance premiums paid an nually in Springfield Which Was made previous to the recent 25 r t1raiSk on certain risks laced the figures at 6000 A reduction of 40 per cent on this Jv f fmount would mean a saving of 2400 annually to the property iAr iolderdfthQ jton The tax JI1t10 l i ayersfofthe own are paying ittexesrlie water works thatthey may be given fire protection and Ipw intt surance rates The form r we have all right and the latter we insurancecmake goodji AI f 0 f i e FOPPEDThe State Bbard Jof Health at the instance of ithe Jocal authorities knocked out anegro excursion from Louis vile which was headed this way onlast Sunday and the motley crowd was sidetracked and un loaded at Bardstdwn It was a rettyJtough dealflor our neigh O1S bit they should also enter- u protest next time and thus get protection When it was ad yertasedihat a negro excursion fromLouisville was to bear down on this place a few enterprising citizens of this town having in mind the disorder which usually follows these excursions to tha town petitioned tq the State Bowrdfof Health to head it off lf possible urging the necessity oj rotecingthe place against the danger of Infection from small IiJbi Which isiknowh to prevail 4nl amongtprotest bad its effect and the company agreed not to carrythe4rowd ai Y nf arerthan lliw iTbrf U r t the- train with its load to Arrive was the cause of great dissapointmentI and indignationi among the local l ffpmitpl IM0 colored population who were spectin friends anwho ii sembled iinjowrftfo cpmeT them i WarmLl f t r rj OMMENDABLE The faith- fulnessLL arid patriotism shown b the old soldiers of his plaee who compose thojj local MjQst pfv the G Aj1 s RticTmrnQndab1erAlthough the handof death its well as th circumstances bas haa the ffect of thinning out the ranks f the old veteran Of thei great trugglebeweenthestfftes the ipyaityoi the remaining few in coinemoratmg the day set aside fib departed cemrades is just sJ inarked as ever The observance of Decoration Day in Kentucky has never been as remarkable for Its enthusiastic observance as n northern states and as the years go on there is naturally 1683 mterestlv n the occasion 4 + fromthe general publiCj but it- S1cSO with ttie Old veterans themselves As the declining y ars come on Ito tjtose old patriots tHe memory of those days of slbtiigglV is apparently strengthened and the desire top tribute to those departed comrades grows stronger The cjelebrationhere on last Saturday was a creditable one The little handful veterans enter 6 lthe arrangements for observing the occasion with an en thusfasmthatinspired others to help and the result was a fitting celebration it Thereis natur INDIGNANT deal of indignation among local citizens over the turn taken in the effort to get rural mail delivery routes established at this place As stated in this paper last week ap plicatipns trom this pjajee have bean ignored and routes recommended in Marion county one of which comes almost to the very doors of Springfield A protest signed by several hundred citi zens of the town and county has been forwarded to Congressman Dave Sinith It occurs to us however that the protest whtle it is all right and proper has been filed in the wrong quarter Theoriginal petition and appli jcationsVere sent to Congrcss man Smith and there so far as anyone is informed came to an untimely end It looks a little queer that if the application from this place had been tiledre gularly with the Department that a representative of the mail ruralroute department would be sent to the next county and never come here to investigate Washington the whole push in this matter We dont say that he is not but we donlt believe Uncle Sam will endorse any plan that tends towards playing favorites Other steps have been taken however to get recognition and a letter re ceiv d the other day from Sen ator Deboe by W F Neikirk states that he has placed the claims of Washington county before the First Assistant Post- Master General Rural Delivery Department so it is to be hoped that somethin will come of the claims it ALDWELL Th e inany yl friends ofilr Fred P CaHwell who mrulo his home at willIapIbeImarriedFrancis Fuller of Montgom ery Alu Mr Caldwell has been practicing law in Louisville since leaving pringfield rtVi11 rbls We olt r tfllnulred Dollars Howard lot aLIyni iitit rh tit am not be cuielby l1alP rrh C trie F J CHENIV CO Prups Toledo O We the un4eniined have known F J Thoney for the Iast415 years andIe hove hiuv perfoctly honotnblo in nit bus Incsa transactions mid financially able to car ouVnny obligation made by thelrJlrik A WEST Whnlesnlo flrugg1st- To1odoO WAIDIKO KI NAN t MARVIN Whole L8111e Druggists Toledo 0 Jlalls Catarrh Cure is taken IntouiallT acting directly upon the blond and mu 750riiieiialt1sstrnt Stops Tbc Coufth and WOrks oil tfheCoId LLXttiVeBrOmOQU1ninCiabl t cur colttiin eh e ay NpCnre No Pay C25 cents J IlulercstinS Relics I Mrs Myrtle Dragoo of Deats 1 ville thjis county has a gun that 1 was br ugh tt from Ireland overiIv a centu y ago by her grand hth r Ambrose Walkerrllhe old weajpnn which is a unique affair iis a musket of the flint locks pitlerni and about five feet in i earth The stock is of black anut nicely finished and ex lends tIe entire length of the i barrel The stockis fitted oh with ciamps and can be removed Ptll gut shoots a ininnie ball ndyafjsjdedwith an iron ramrod iwith a cup in the nd In loading the gun tbe ball was placed in this recepticle and rammed down upop the charge l uf powder Sometime ago the t old weapon was loaned to par ties whp removed the raw rod ana lost it Mrs Dragoo also has a gourd which was brought from Ireland with the gun and WAS used as a bullet pouch The gourd holds about a quart atd is nicely varnished and perfectly soundinevery way- Nodoubttheseojd relics figured in many a bout with the Indians and it iis probable I that they werealso used with tailing effect by some Irish patriot in tbe rebellion of 68 Standard WANTED Wewbuld like to ask through the columns of your paper if there iiany person who nas used Greans AugUst Flower for tnecprepf Indigestiou Dyspep sia and Liver troubles that has not been curedand we also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermeniation of food habitua costiveness nervous dyspepsia beadajhe deSpJ- ndfeelirlf1ePhssne3Sin ffat any Hubble connecied wili the liverrlIhis uiedi stumcrOJ sold for years in countries and we wsh tojc rrnspond with you and send ycu one of our books free of cost If you never Tried August Flo Jer iry one botlln first Vfe have never knojn of its failing Iso smuHtiiin more onousisihe trailer wnh vou Ak vbir dust druHgists Makes Weak Women StronA Imseiakm bur Remicks Pepsiu Bloou Tontc I know itto be the bat tonic ever used It will nake every weak woman strong icannot praise it enoujri Mrs 0 D Pickering Iney Ilk For sale by Haydon iThc finest Fabric made by human skill is coarsccom pared Vi h the liniu of the bowels When the tender membranes are irri tated we nave griping pains diorrnao and cholera morbus Whatever be the cause of he trouble take Perfy Davis Painkilldr according to instructions on each bottle Travellers in all clio mates carry Painkiller in their grip sacks Large bottles 25 and So cents Lightnings Victims in a Year Prom J700 to bOO persons are are killejd annually by lightning in the United States according to estimjates made by Alfred J Henry of the Juited t States Weather Bureau In 1900 the bureau received reports of 718 of fatal Jightning strokes In thd same year according to the reports collected by the Weather Bureau 973 persqns were more or less seriously injured by lighping The loss of life from lightning is greatest in the Ohip Valley and the middle Atlantic States If density of population only be considered it is greatest in the upper Missouri valley ajnd in themiddle Rocky MountairegionOf cases reported in 1900 291 persons were killed in theopen 57 under trees 158 in houses and 56 in barns The circumstances attending the death ofj the remaining 152 were not reported This seems to dispose af the old superstition that the safest place to be during a thunderstorm is the open and the most dangerous under tree New Sun fork If the stomach performs its function actively md regularly the food of which isJ he receptacle is transfrm ed into b ood of nourishing quality whlchfn niches vigor end Warmth to the whole body Herbine gives tone promote4dJgesetion an4dssunhlation 9 U Y4onRoberts nIL COLYVINTERSMITH An incident of the Life eICoItDick Wlutersmlth A comrade of Col Winter mith who died so suddenly in Louisville last week a relates a story which i he says went the rounds of the whole Confederate army at the time and caused much laughter Soon after Gen John Q Brecketi enridge who was apintimate jo friend of Col Wintersmith be f came Secretary of War of the Confederacy Col Wintersmith was sent to Richmond on some busiuess He decided to make the most capital advantage out of his acquaintance with the distinguished officer who was Secretary of War He calledat the War Department and was re ceiv avery cordially by General Breckenridge Now said Gen Brecken idge If there is anything I can do fpr you while you are Richmond you must tell me Iwill certainly do it VThereseral replied Col1 Wintersmith It is this If you should see me on the street while I am here please speak to me as if I were your oldest and most intimate friend If I am on the other side of the street call to me and ask me to wait until you can get across to speak to me You un derstand General let everybody see that you think a great deal of me a Gen Breckenridge promised to be very effusive in his greeting The next day Col Winter smith was walking down the street with a number of officers of the Army of Northern Virginia some of them of greater rank than he when he saw Gen Breckenridge apprpaching on the other side ofthe street In a moment Gen Breckenridge spied him and remembering his promise of the day before step ped to the curbing ahd waved his hand and shouted Hello there Dick how are you1 Col Wintersmith reply w only a cool nod but the officers with whom eIwqS walking paused in amazement at the Secretary of War peaking so cordially to a young officer who they beleived to be nobody in particular But they were still more astonished when they be held Gen Bre kenridge running across the street i Wait a minute there Dick he cried J want to see you a minute Aint got time now Breck see me some other day Too busy now ahd ColiVinter7 smith passed along with his as tounded officer friends leaving the Secretary of War standing in the middle of the streett My goodness exclaimed one man dont you know who that is Sure answered CoL Win tersmith thats John Breck enridge I h vent time to be- fooling with fellows likej him H During the rest of his stay at the Confederate capital Col Win tersmith enjoyed the reputation 5being a most distinguished l soldier Saved From an awful tae Everybody said I had con sumption writes Mrs A M Sheilas ot Chambersburg Pa I was so low after six months byIHay lever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvellous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for conaumpttonused it and am completely cured For desperate throat and lung diseases it is thesafestcure in the world and iisinfallable for Coughs andI colds and bronchiat affections Guaraneed bottles 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle at Haydon t Robertsons Mothers who would keep their chit dren in good health should Avatch for the first sympwraa of worms and re rmove them with Whites Cream Vermi fure Price 25 cents at Haydon and RObertsons- Chronic bronchial trouble and stunt iner coughs can be cured and rel by JToieys Honey and Tar Sld b WoodRolrrtsonI Drug Co i A Sure Weather Prophet Mr G W Dawson of Nelson ille predicted that a frost would allin this county on the lightioff the 27thof this month firm was his heleif in the premi ses that hit delayed planting ibis garden until after that date As feather prophet Mr Dawson is entitled toa place at the hedd of the clusitS everybody in Nelson coarfty is aware of the fact that a considerable frost I visited this part of the copnfyJJ nthe night specified by ihp above named gentleraeul i It J was not a killer however and of course no damage was done It is interesting to cote upon what grounds he based his f prediction On whatever date in February the first thundorof the year is heard dn a corresponding date gj the following Maya frost will tat According to Mr Dawson the firsfthunder of the year made itself heard in thif section on the 27th of lat last February and in consequence frost fell Tnursday night Mr Dawson who is somewhat ad vanred in vears and has male a close study of nature asserts that the thunder sign can al ways be relied on Readers of the Standard would do well tocut this out paste it inVtheV hats and refer to it at the proper seasdnsi Standard IV j Virutent CaReer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by a druggist GI W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had suffered with weal good doctors pronouncrd incUr able cancer They beleivjed his case hopeless till he usedElsc tric Bttecs and applied Buckiens i Arnica Salve which treatmentt completely cured him When Elictric Bitters arE used to ex pel billions Kidney and micro be poison at the same time this salve exerts its matchless hat log power blood diseases skit eruptions ulcers sores vanish Bitters 50 and Salve 25 cents at4 Haydon Robertson Men Will be Boys In the excitement of a lively exercise like boat racingor ball playing they will strain their muscles and go home limping and sore Then they are glad that they have Perry Davis Pain killer on hand to sooth the quivering nerves to penetrate the muscles with warmth and healing power It has relieved the paiu of tVO g enerations of American people Large bofttes 25 and cents VV On the first iudiction of Kidney trouble IItopit by taking Foleys Kid ney cure Sold by WoodRobertson Drug CoILobanoniocals From the EnterpriseV VofLast Saturday Ralph Brady j death He was returning home oeartheto the raiL The cowcatcher OfI a passing freighTpushed him offr badly bruising his head and one hand The trainmen and Yooff the Blair boys carried him back to the station where he was cared for Bert Wolford brotherin lay of Captain Albertson of the National Cemetery fell from a freight rain near the three mile bridge Tuesday night He3 was picked up Wednesday morn ing by section hands and brought to Elizabeth Hospi atDrMcChord says his head is severe ly bruised and that be haS re ceived injuries in the breast ofa Gray Hair I have used Ayers Htlr Vigor for over thirty years It hasP kept my scalp free from dandruff and has prevented my hair from turnj ing gryMrs F A Soule Billings Mont There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Ha Vigorit is a hair foOd nota dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black Vtook dead and JifelessB- utgraduallytlYe i dldcblbr comes backall the rich dark color it used toiaveV The hair stops faIlingtooV labsItie Miruft1Ik 011t1you a iotUe JJe sure and gtye thonaae of7ournearestexpressoWco Address J CAYER co Lowell IUI dat ggrol ypeh chances are small for his recovery Wol i geIhasVfr family ii Chicago audis a painter by trade In our llstiisfme we made men tiqtT of the rumor to the effect t that Chester Green vthe drum mer who was arrested here a few weeks wojild bring suit agaitist d1e CltV Saturday the suit was filed n thy Circuit Clerks Office n the petition Chief of Police Jr At Thompson the Fidelity and Deppsit Company of Mary land which company is oti Mr TEprnpsons bdndjStation keeper a F Wilon and his bondsman t Mr John Rubel are made de fendants The suit was filed by Clore Clayton atOri3e7V Cincinnati and the amount aued for is 5000VA party composed of Messrs A P Carter W T Madden i Ralph and Chits Boldrick ah4I 3udge John R Thonfas had a rather close call last Saturday just after dark They were re- turningi the river and the heavy fro which felt whilo they were tthere had swqllen Coney creek almost past forcing Just a3 they were about midstream on of the traces broke and the current was very strong the water coming up to tbe beiof wagon With CharlleBoldricks prayers and the assistance of tho driver they sucfceeded in getting out of the rater aua reaching town safeyV CAUTI6N This s not a entlelpprdbutl wbe ilue think bOWl liable yon arenot to purchase fo75 cents the only remedy universally and a remedy that haSjhailthe largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for ftbe cere and treatment of consumption and Tbrpat and Lung trpubies w4thbut losing its girektvou 4ait3 all those 5be thankful we called oUrat tentionVto Boscheesi JGerman Syrup There are so many or dlnarycough remidiepmade by druggists and others hat are cheap and good for 1ighitVVCOdE perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and bespecially for Consumption where tnere isi difficult expectoration 4tid cough ing during the nights aqd morn ing there is nothing Hko Ger man Syrup Sold bVI air drug gist tin the ciyil zed wbtld G G Green Woodbcfry N J If you are trouble t vrithtthat most uucomfortable disease called piles dont neglect it Dent let thecomt plaint get a firm hold Ewy day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence at oncetb tfse Tablers Backeye ointment therelefis imme diate and cure infallible PriceSQ c in bottles tubes 75 Haydou Robertson centsfjJ Happy tube la Old Town We felt erYhapptu writes R N BeviJU Old Towti when Bncklene Arnica Sal7eWlioUy cured our daughter of a bad case of scald head I1 delights alt who use it for Cut Corns Burns Bruises Boil Ulcers Eruptiops Only 25ca Bavdbti and Robertsons drhisrs ore t Mink Don A young son of Mr Lee Har- ned of Boston expeiieaced barrel of fun Pne day hjs week 3in terminating a denOf minks which his dog discovered in a small cavOLiGood dog Tray ac once proceeded to deal outt destruction to the aggregation and soon succeeded ip killing allI butone of the young minks This one was captured and taken to the house Just for the sake of experiment it was placed with a lot of ypung kittens When oldI mother cat came sher viewed th situation fpr a few minutes th n ii in ha charitable way dlshedM out dinher for the mink just like that she gave to fthe kittens Same quality same quantity and- same variety Ever since the orphaned mink has been with the kittens old Mrs Catjhijs beer very kind to itNelson Record 0FlIthy Temples in IndsV 13 Icred cows of ten defile Indiap temples but worse retrsabodt polluted with constipation Dij not permitit Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Lif Pills and avoid unloTd mis cry rbeyi give lively livers arJive bowels flap appetite Ontv 25 cents ot Httydon oiRobertsnn y= Found JUyini BemTdi TvackjThe body of BertWolford who died early yesterday morning atV fJebanon was brought to Newt Albahjy last evening and taken + tathofhpmQ of R 0 Whitten in to the Silver Grove suburb ThQ circumstances concerning Mr Wolfprds death are unknown V i He left New Albauy with the in tedtion of going to Lebanon Ky to visit Mrs James AlbertBpq Early Thursday morning ha was jfoundb the section hands IV ngebeside the L N tracks threo miles Irolf Lebanon and iS f 4 taken toabosptalin that city to be called for Me never regainedr i consciousness It iis supposed that ho fe1Ur9f1lf fthe pl atform while passing from i one poach to another although nothing dofinito is known about ittVUIS heai was badly crushed and three ribs were brok uonetpf which penetrated his lungs HeYa natiyeof New Albany tforty six years old and had livea tbere the greater part of his life He1as a member of Mjrtle Lodge KnilnsofJeeonvjlIeV A fevp years ago he fell from the tHird stojy of a house on Main streqt between Pearl and BankV striking on the paved alley be low and although badly buftthe fully recovered Timesr f lucre tiug to Asflmai sfftnn Daniel Bantaof Oliterville Iowa rite4 I have b asthma for three prioui ycarft and haVe tried all the cbu ghjand aslhrna medicines in thev market and have jeceived tr arment from pnysicians inYorlc arid other ities but got very little benefit until I tried Poleys nDeyapd Tar- wliichgave ae immediate relief I will T2VCr be without itan thee house oJ Siuc5clyrecommendtto all sold by Wood CRoberUoaDrug Co T save nieudirig avoid breaking1 and to avoid suffering prey nt coughs and cOrds by the timely ueoft BalI1iardvHprehoundSyrnp It is a safe Iand swift remedy for all bronchial ailments Price 25 and 50 cents Sold by Haydon and VRObtsoUV The Volcanos D eadIy Work from the tall ot Pompeii to the Destruction of SfrSierre by Prol ChaH rorrig 11 D Moafc intensely Interesting book Over published Comp tIIhrillinc and accurate account of the greatest disaster that eyer befell tb t human racegreater even thaa Pompejf Tells how Martinique one of the nost beautIful islands mth world was suddenly tranifomed Intp a veritable hellAbout 5Obpage profusely 1I1tl9trftedwItJiphotogrp before and after disaster Practically only frlartinlque book in the field for everyone now inelsta on hav1nVProf jMbrrfss book and no oiher Best ajjthpr1 largest book best lilseV rated scientifically accurate PriceSI jmousMost liberal terms Outnt ten cjDont Ibse a minute Send for outtst ImniedJately and begia1 work Tfc cljanc of a lifetime jfor ViaklIJgV raonoy t Olark ana Co 222S4taSt Philadelphia Pa 4 Special Reduced Rates to the WeiSt Thpspecial rates made for the Iirperial Council me tinfr Nobles pf the Mystic Shrine iii San Btrancisco JurielOth to KCb c iAt O fT W meeting atPortliwr June iOth to 20ih BP O B Gran4 Lodge meeting t SaltILake pity August 12 tpiii and the Knights of Phythlaimost ing tiiSan Francisco Auy 12 to f22 Apply through Qbloriido 14 and Utah via the Denver M Bi W Grange Snd Rio Grin Ws4i l Tee scenic Line of ts Wo1Hjr AJfa passing the most famous poiNsiII in the RockV mount ins Yt 1rr shouldsee that your ticket reads via this route in prir to OrmakeyourtrlpWore te For rites date of tile and free desenjptiyp literature aJ1bilyour nearest ticket acent orftdSv dressVS K Hooper GOP Jc Tv A Dehve Colorado Slasy women fail to digest tkeir food and so become pale and stltoir thin and weak while the brilktBes 1f y freshne as ind beaUly of the skim aMl tcotnple bon departs eidy4 tfiki bXVlakit Herblhe after tach tsll tiiT dcst vbityou have eaten PrLiV50c at aydon and Robertsees 1 VI AWiy The fpllowlnglettcrfrom IttltIWats 0f Salem lQ11i ia ir etiT i IhaYe been troubledwith MtM jtdisease for the last five yearaI iNit flesh and never felt well andciecsssd witmileading physiciaav aa4triM sU remedies sugcste4 Tritk t WII Firiallyjl tried FolTilKM yCw less tn4ntwo bottles cared Me MI rWf iJ T r I AIDE Tw Iii NEWSLEADER LiD EVEIYlB1ADA r- EARtU Tr ADr O E l3PRIHGFIELD IE L ErnTuftAITsUJli- t DAvIoNJr l i 1RtleJccs c ntsporocaI or b ntion ad 5 CCflth for efor hiflrst C11SubseiIaenUerUon CitUs onCand14A and polltJcalmatter- ctn Pt1 Job o cJS done at low rates hut cash musv bSpiiid opdelivery of good vAiUi rtStag contraCts made on literal t j vimw rle and resolutions of respects tntsporlIne I 1 r r my Magistrates 250 nityOmceraH 500 i District Omcc irt KOO Er THURSDAY JUNE 5t 19 2 f For Crcat Clerk f vW are authorized to announce the ukme of I 0F BOSIvEY 9 a candidate for the office of Clerk Jr the Washington Circuit c n tIsubject to the action of the Detto ctatloparty ThftBritishBoer war in South Africas which ithas cpstomany thousands of human lives and inllUons o thoney sat 1astat an end Peace terms pave been feigneclJ and there is ygeneral re j ioicirigespecially in England The terofpac as officially announced areaboiit as folloyps rtBtirihersagreato lay down their arms handover aU lot the munitions of war and cknOw ledge King EJdward as their su preme sovereign Among the remaining terms it is provided that alBurghers on declaring piri acceptanee of ttfe position ofsubjects to King Edward will be brought back to their homes assobnas means of tnsp rta fipnjcanbe provided and means of sustanance a suredNo spe cialta5t Mil be imposed on land ed property in the Transvaal or Orange River colony to defray the expenses of the war and tfp Great Britian will give the burg f here 3000000 pounds for re Sstocking their farms f Notwithstanding prosper ustimes the JaD troubles are becoming serious The strikof Chicago teamsters was again markedby riots yesterday About itwenty policemen and strikers were injured and fifty arrests made Thirteen hundred drivers arid their helpers employed by the State street department store J p joined the strikers The quarantine of Kentucky against Indiana t On account Of tKetsmallpox situation in that statfe has been suspended for ten p jiyspIia promise of the Indiana Iauthorities to make an active ff sffight against the spread of the iSiseass r 1 TnVQonrb of Appeals iis today hearingfarguments in theV Jim JjSbwafd appeal for a new triaL IKA decision will be rendered at I vthat term which1 ends June 22 theSti4ck of ping from ffrmlytied ropcs submits to tijeAbonds WIth a smite He thatJaijebeiiig knotted Put the same man in the woods and let Indian captor bind 4 W9n1f1struggIeWhen the storoacfi is diseased ther raxe5bonds being worea very hour about the organs dependent on the stomach etcTbefollyi tothe fastening of thesVbonda with no dforttfl escape until the pain they cause arouses fear Di1 Pierce Golden MedicalDiscovery tares diseases of ihe stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Itcures diseases of heart liver lungs kid SjiCS aad other organs whenthese difr theirorigin wuidlyISJuars of Thomas Tucker Co W Va Box Wubothered with kidney trouble and i my whole system waS out of order had noappetite A iricaa of mine told me to try trHerce Golden Medical Discovery J did so and thefirst bottle restored my appetite I took andsomeBcWCron DrPierces Pleasant Pellets cleans Hie clogged system from impiiriil it iiWrolroiW 1i r zUmwro jV t J1 I Ji IJi1 if Y r3y WiIIisbur f WRGibbsattencled county q court in Harrddsdurg last Mon yJsMiss Cora Trent of Kirkland sl vjsitiug her sisters ut this plucie this week Dr Mark Sutherland of Jlpse Hill jainily visited relatives her flast week Quite a number of people aitended the Decoration at ths place last Saturday Miss Electra Cooksey and her brother of Botland visited at Mr1 J C Burns last week Hartford Smith and wife of this place are visiting relatives near Frankfort this wee It Mesrs 0 Black and Alvin Taylor of Harrodsburg paid our town a visit last Saturday D Mr Era tus Brown wife and children of Lexington are visit ing Mrs Rosa Hughes this week Mr Herbert Dbaum a dwife- of Cornishville wJre the plfeasant Quests of T J Miller and wife last Saturday and Sunday Mr T J Miller and wife of this place and Herbert Debaum and wife of CornIsh vme spent last Sunday at Tatbara Springs oMlss sAileen Brown Ora Hatcholt of Mackville and Laura Lay of Gornishville wer the guests of Miss Nora McIlvoy last iundaySMisses Ethel Bradshaw und Stella Hambric of Harrodsburg passed through our town enroute to Beechland to visit Miss Mary Denoney on last Saturday On last Saturday May 31 at 2 o lock the Death Angel visited our raid taQd Jtook fromthe home o R D and Bettie Riley their Eldest son Thomas R He was 20 years of age and had been a sufferer of that dreaded disease consumption r quite a while After our friend learned and realized his condition he fully trusted in the Supreme Being and confessed his sins Just two Weeks before his death he join ed the Baptist ohurch at Freedo m and was baptised the following day He leaves a young widov having been married three years Thomas Rijey was a devoted hus band a kind and dutiful sop a loving companion to all who knew himrphe funeral services were conducted by Elders Sum ers aud Simras at the Hillsboro christiah church on Sunday eve piWi Th remains were ufler red iitEairvlw cemetery We extend our heartfelt sympathy HO th e bereaved friends Being impossible to have the Decoration on the day named by the President of our union for that purpose the good people yt this vicinity fixed the 31st top that occasion The appearance of the morning did not bid lair a pretty day The misty clouas would gather and look as though we should be swept from exi t anceby a watersjoutbut itdid not appear o effect he determination of the people They began to assemble qtabout 12 ocloc and continued to pour in until there was not hitching room within three fourths of a mile of the church Never was such a crowd seen in Willisburg before The chucch was crowded to iits ut most capacity but the people who occupied u were hardly missed from the enormous crowd which had gatoered either in the ceme tery or churchyard There were a number of interesting address es delivered by the most interesting spsakew of Mho day Afteivatii had performed thejr duties in the services pfthe day next was to gaze upon the pretty women Every neighboring town was represented and you could almost hear the old bach elms think as hey would puss bv Aint she pretty After much ccmver injfj thong the judges it was decided that Misses Aileen Brown Ethell Rogers and Mayme Snodgrass were decidedly the prettiest girls on tbe ground CHAPLIN t MissEva Sutherjajd visited Miss Docta Godby asr week Miss Mary vEddleman visited viiss Rosarnd Thomasst week J3 Misg Willie1M rp4f Lxj1g ton is visiting relditftres atjthis place Mr Wallace Wolfordj a young man Of our community died May I 19 He died of consumption Miss Lulu Cocandolpher has tefefjred home from Normandy where she was engaged in the millinery business The protracted meeting at the Christian church herer has closed neetingIwithIMisseELulu Murphy iud Nell lie Oneathani andMt Robert iithedand and Bn Duncan have returned front th Bards TOWn high school td spend their vacatiop I note whin you had to say about MrT JMilef sflling 52 hogs that brought him the nile hum oTll 233 which mode nn average of 1340 for oacl hut MrD B SuthersimV sold 80 hogs last moitthztt broqgnt jttt him 1113 making an average of 13 91 for each hog Ho is no v feeding90 hogs that he expects to ship about the 15th of July and he tells y6nr corryspmilont that they will bVtiqualJjy s good as the others and ho surely nn derstands feeding h gfi profit POIiN M VCrouchandvife spent Sunday with K J Croiiclv The recent rains tire belating farmers in replapting corn- Ice rem suppers seem to be the day There was one at the Polinschoolhou se Saturday evening the pr ocecils to bwr3now stove As we have seen n thing in your columns from our village for some time we will endeavor to jot doWn a foW lines though we scarce know how to proceed Rev Fizer filled his appointment at Mt Zion Sunday The fourth quarterly meeting will be held t that place the 7th and Bib of June also the new Baptist church at Brush Grove will be dajTIOn Thursday the fifth of June the ladies of Mt Zion church will serve ice cream and sherbet with cake at the home ot Zaek Crow of iPolin commencing promptly at 4 oclock in the afternoon and serve until 9 oclock the proceeds are to pay the deficiency on painting Mt Zion church ralham Sings Ben CrcAv visited friends near Pulliam Sunday Henry Wqlls called oui his best girl at Fenydck Sunday Your Pulliam correspondent paid oUt town a visit last week Mrs W H Willham of the Sharps vicinity is very ill at this writing We1 attended the funeral of Thomas Riley at Willisbuag on Sunday evening Several people from our town attended the decoration irC1ii lisburglasb Sunday JRbu ich ef cattle to Dall Ltiwson of Cornishville at 4 cents dtoyfct thlt parents hero Bill Smith soUla horse to Hemson Coulter r for Jjvio and bought a nice 4 yearold stallion from Thomas anil Green forl Som of our farmers hav dis covered a new species of viper snake which has a yellow stripe around its neck Thoy seem to be very angry ivhon disturb If scene of the grand jury men had been in our vicinity on last Sa urduy morning they would surely do some close searching for dynamiters Mr N Keeling bought u buggy of vie hoi d Hoberusou for J D KHMing sold ksurry tb John Wihte for i4o niui DSck If ays bought a ylgfIYof Thompson iid Green cot 50 J B Ainibticng hadl a nice young horse tto commu suicide a few weeks ago by hanging itself with a grape vine The cause of the horrible deed is not known but it iik thought the horse wus mentally unbalancedl Some of our citizans c1uiito know if the road oyers MK ire done away with on the dirfcroudsi as ontbe pikes ie Editor please aaswpr this queitMon alejtoUWitolroadsment for work done the saue as heretofore Order books art furnished and can be secured Ht the cbunty Judges office Ell I Aia ttii lJ1l N I By Horay S Winthrop ypyright lOU by tio S S Miriurn Company 3S10 Everybody saw when old General Ain worth dicll tiud It was found that luji dlclous stotU spipulation hud pInco- ihnlly wiped out his entire fortune Itlm Kvau Alnsworth should establish biii 11r as a florist Several of their it rtvcv afguud wljo hail suddenly f iti ihenisulvoa compollct Jo car- ntc r own living huLl followed this on so aud the sep resented Innova lirs Jloraner the Alnsworth con scriatories laid been fiuuoiis- tt Iciscly because everybody teal sr intttcd a florists shop Ehnn Alas voith ddolded against it It was all vtr well nit first he argued when yJsur shop Is a noyclty and people iou lit Jlowerw In tine name of sweet clint Ity but lie Knew little about flow ers not enough to make the business an ndepeudent success On the other hand his amateur photographs had pili eel distinction at various cxhibl tiors Very sensibly he decided to de tl i this talent ana so he secured a poi tlon as operator in an obeure gal hr wlure bo auld gala eiIIIrcllcc- wit skylight work Two months later Kvr n Ains worth was practically for git tuby his old associates For tins Evan was thankful for the dare days following ills fathers death l been made more gloomy by the re ma led visits of self constituted ad vsiirs who failed to appreciate the iifi that there are sonic men wino wot Id rather earn less money Inde pon Icntly Iban dependent updn bor jf weti capital for the success of a huziirdous venture It cut Iiiin u little ut Irst as one by one his friends drop pod ouVbut In the end he regretted only Evelyn Hope with whom there had been an understanding 11n t the time 6C tlie crash 7 A mstrong nope her father had been one of the first to suggest tine liar st shot and when Evan had ex plaiued his view of the matter and had declined the proffered aid Mr Hope had stormed through the house declaring that Eraiifrns headstrong youngster aud that the rising genera tioi was going to the IOKS Then ho hat promptly 2j Iyn to Europe fn dare of an elderly a tow you take care Evelyn ho hall said to her when tl steamer was Fil TIIEX SUE rAnflUitD BOTH OOTSTJIETCUE- it to sail and remember that your European vacation is going to be cut short the moment I hear that she has entered into communication with young AInsworth A letter which Evan had sent to her been returned unppened with a curt note from Armstrong Hope Inti niajlng that he desired nil further communication between AInsworth and till Hopo family to cease absolutely nnq HBSuring Evanthathe bad taken steps to see that this desire would be crppd out Evan instead of assuming a mourn ful ar went Industriously tc work and within two years advanced him self in his profession that he was en gad as chief operator In the most fashionable establishment in town Two years of hard study supplement ed by none too luxurious living the first year had wrought marvelous changes1 in his appearance and none whocom tncptcd on the excellence of his photo Kruphs realized that the artist was a nun who at one time had been wel coined to their homes He was too projid to remind his old associates of liiq existence and they In turn had quie forgotten mute u chief onerntor lit was supposed to esejclso geilfral supervision over the wOIk and one aftornoou going into the dii rk from lie found a young de veldper bending over some plates Ur Aw jh ho cnlfftl wish you would no this negative Mr Inc son tou it while you were at jltin h and it doesnt seem to be quite firstJl plate and Uf Id it rptb the ruby light Then he ave artrf for there was Eve theIthan his life Pulling hlmsiif tojroth rllt In voil Imck to tit operator with a iribis remarl lint let the glass slip friri hit Imud cfoci tho othtr Hitv ur My fault be szfhl nisAiir i tin pticnitors pro Ills aKi gv Tli Hm slipped nut of mv lfti b5tI own Ktairs and tell Miss HenjJorson to write tho slUe to come agilnu XCo dajBJaterEyelyn Hope again asceaded to the operating room null note I with satirfaction that the opera tor rjis nor thi one sie had seen on her first vjwt As lie turned to recelvi her she gave a ry of surprise Evan site grspitf Is it r fclly yduV Then impislvcy slit went tor WAr both hands outstrrtclie- dvVTre a coaYossion to mikc he said Ss hu looked into the tender eyes shy ly tiijiunied to his smashed your last picture on purpose so that you wpud have to enrao down and jose agate to me Sh0 gave n happy laugh Then you s1iLQ10isd asUoil earnestly I A o8dHnarted an = or in PtlCrwords men with good sound hearts are rgt very numerouV Tlie increasingi fromheartdaily rftron iclcd by the press isnroof Fk IL1of the alarm ing preva lence of this dangerous complaint a ah as no one c a orete just hen a fatalC UapseJ A Kreamqr will occur the treglecting a very risky tterIf yu are l inleftaiuunicriag spe pitation unable to lie on side shouldbegin Miles Dr Heart Cure J A Kreamcrof tnssayspossible fnr me 16 lie down and I cohjd Ineither sleet nor zest My decline wu he1s5soonMilesHeartcandidly believe it saved my life iDr Miles Remedies are aold by all druggists on guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i ialC no reppirteti To Iiave smashed the skylight if it hnd been necessary Cant you realize that Ive bqen hungry rOt a sight of yoqr face tof the last two years Well slit returned with a tiny pout you might at least have writ tica1 t But didsinel assured her J wrote and your father sent back the letter warning me that nay letter sent to Europo would uot reach you In spite of that I wrote half a dozen times but received no word in reply What did you say r she inquired 1half curiously half bashfully- I cant toll you here he answered Youre here to give me a negative She smiled rjOguisuJyiJ Take two plates she suggested and as he look ed a little iiftzcd she placed her hands on his shoulders You stupid boy she finished dont you realize that twonegatives maUfi an afljrniatlve Aud you will marry meT he asked incredulously I refused two dukes and a Count This with seeming irrelevance To marry a photpgrapherji assist antShe stoodon tiptoe till their lips met To marry the man I love she cor rected Mammy Maryi Mema e In the cburse of her career says n writer In durrent Literature Mammy Mary had met many distinguished per sons but her own importance as nurse for three generations In the family pf General John B Ciordou of Georgia kept her from being overwhelmed by the honor When Mrs Cleveland during the see ond term of her husbands presidency visited the Gordons at the governors mansion In Atlanta she expressed a desire to see n genuine old negro maw my So the carriage was hitched up and Mammy Mary was sejit for at Sutherland tine Gordon country place which sine preferred to the noise and excitement of official life When the coachman drew up he found her sUiok In her evening pipe Not a step would she stir She done say said the unsuccessful envoy on his return to town ulat she don want to see no presidents she done see nough presidents Mrs Cleveland lauchcd heartily when she heard this Then she proposed to go to the mountain since Mohammed refused to budge and the next day She drove out to Sutherland I am surprised Mummy Mary said Mrs Gordon before Introducing the dis tinguished guest that you sent such a message You have never been im polite before An dal nigger done toll what say Well he never did have no sense an no manhahs Cose spccted hed say Izc sorry Ize dsposed Overreached Hliuielf- Therpls no man more pleasantly situ ted than the country cdltbr call ed who pas a well equipped printing office in a good town with a fair share of the county printing a good circula IldVeI1tlsing own editorlalsin type but he takes an honest pride in being able to do these things lIe willing to give eury man his due but Insists on his on rights aud dares to maintain them Sin h an editor was Colonel IfliX of Boomtown A customer whom be kiley as a close fisted man came In one day to geta hundred sale bills tic had or tIered the day before The editjr hand ed hip the bills neatly tied in a puck age The customer untlrd the string laid the bills on tine Imposing Slon land proceeded to cotlnt them uf Editor Blis watched tine count Wlient It was concluded thero proved to be j six over and above the hundred Wjtb ijillstprrthrew them Into the olUvi stove hud BinilitiKly bowed his crestfallen patron out Youths Companion jon of Klcld Yarns r nerfriends once prlntrdln his famous col llimn of Sharps and Flats Pr William F Poole till veteran bibllcjilifli Ic now In San FrnnciBeout tendltiU tInt niettlng of till National Librariji nn asKodatlon While the train bearing till excurRloulstK was en route tlnrongLiArizonn a stop of twenty win utes vas made one evening for Riippei ct a rude eating house and here Dr posit an exciting expirhnce with tarantula The vennnujus reptile at tucked the ll ndly old gentleman with singular voracity and but for tine fjlgh ttppljed hoots whkh Mr poor worene rlous Injuries would have been infil tod upon our friends person Mr rtml mid our public librarian hearlngiDr Ipolefi cries for help ran to rescue rItt1Ccccc1dpfl his gUn unU dlspaUhVd the JlOi pant tuonster Tie tarantula wfigjjirfl ei jiouuds Pr Pooh ttisk tit xkltj to pan Hraliclseo and will hiive It tanned pp he can utilize It Cor the binding ofvj one of his favorite books I T114 J ikfJWe 1 i i fag ffctet rCifrE vft 11i g Call pnd a w i4 4l1li9 oj You is near at and nfd 4 iF br we have i M x + jrft t1ftIe a i I i1 ICY fI t lMf Mt acr f t 1Pf I t l kDVspepsia what you eat This preparation contains all of the cured after everything else failed Itprevents formation ofgas on the stem eatingDietlugunnecessary It cant gHIPreparedonhybyEfL The H bottle contains tines the 1hI ile llaptlMm of Dell Bells were solemnly baptized like children a custom which Js Btlll exi tttnt in the Roman church This la probably not a primitive practice and cannot be traced further back than tin reign of 1t Is first dIs tlnctly mentioned In the time of Pope John XIII OSS when he gave his own name to the great bell of the Lat eranchurch Sleldan gives an accountt ot the ceremonial to be observed First of all the bells must be so hung that the bishop may be able to walk round them When he has chanted a few psalms In a low voice hel mingles water and salt and consecrates them dili gently sprinkling the bell with the mixture both inside and out Ttini lie wipes It ran nut vfh loly Ilcscribes It tine Igure of tine cross praying the while that when the bell Is Hwung up und sounded faith and char ity may abound among men all the snares of the devil hall lightning winds storms may be rendered vein and all unseasonable weather ho sot toned After he has wiped off that cross of oil from the rim be forms en other crosses on it but only one of them within The bell Is censed more psalms are sung and prayers are put up for Its welfare After this feasts and banquetlngs are celebrated just as at a wedding Gentlemans Magazine Word and Their Origin Th dictionary tells us of the origin 9f things familiar and In its pages we may learn that the bayonet was first made at Bayonne In France that damask and the damson caiqo origi puny from Damascus that coffee first came to Europe from Kaffa and copper took Its name from Cypress thatcani dy vuts list exported from Candia lId that tobacco was so called from tin is Inndof Tobacco the home of Dp Foes imaginary hero that gin was vn In vented at Geneva or early In its history became in Important factor In the commerce of that city that tdnuitula was once a notorious pest In tine nglon about Taranta that the magnetic prop ertywas first noticed In Iron ore dug In rtne neighborhood of Magnesia that parchment was Iltst uiadfe ut Terga anus cambric lit Cambray muslin at MousselJtie calico at Calicut gauze at Gaza dimity at Hamletta that mill ners rst plied thelj trade In Milan and that mantuas wereinvented in tbe Ital Inn city of the Bnmff name Jmmneio Theaters The theaters of la pan are generally wood agU inexpensive buildings Their interior are somewhat similar to ours but not nearly bo club ornt ly fitilshed There nry Uo heats provided for the auditors fousequciit they sit on the tlocF The xtages re baytMjistcad ThiIr musical liiiwtVjuiieuta co Klst prlicifilly nf n kind of tro bett cn iMandoiln ajul a hanjo with a uietrlIIthi ami fcolni other lining nouiicia tistniiiiit for tticbinpaiii merit Tin tauxr has u kind tit iitiin dniiii stir nUll hut very little yurlatluii Thefr eimnairnsttitx urruf Jung iluni tion and an cetKRilly Utiriirj lilt day lhelplavjLJUC1 aliucmi invnriulilv tail edy The aclinlwiuii foi lHnmaII Scveiitccnfli Century Napkin ln1lullsliedthehow to wait on n table proper and how to fold nlJ kinds of tableVfiaplilus In all klndn of shapei The slinjifn were folded bands nUll In tthe foruw ru double null twisted shell single shell double melon single melon cockVhen andclilekeiifi two cliirkens pigeon a basket partridge pheasant two pens in a pie hiije two rabbits suck tag pig dog with a collar pikercarp turbot mltcV turkey torjolse thebpty cross and the Lorraine cross t LaxatIve Brcmo Quinine Tab ts J H druggists refii nd the money Jjl Vl itocure E W GrOve Dlgecjt what you Mitt i lift we cull niffrd Ltbu hOiIftI1j k rf n i iil Ob 1 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e1ectin trfiaqd which rwt cptuWMi i Mpikift stock that lor variety a d b tT oti yrm ff rrHas never nKu pH sedli Swi iii fjfltff tf nnly ask th ljthe ftlndj call iiL Wtf ttPthemselves i 1 k rSi I Mat5Aii rsf u4gbjOerl S i J icrmQzedesIr stmp1J to igt btnret = tf t pared to FIT YOT Q Tin tbe V y i styles Tb CIOthIsg IIO1 mens wear Ottr stocc isfrt saist tudateLneveryrpitS t bl We wlshto 1Mpoe i tILI uor piifithm rtt thsttheyitrs irirf GOOD VALUES 1 j J 1 tt g Y IIn every Department ft L Sc I Awl whe you b1t Ws It t lwil1g ta dollars iIiorth for varv osrj tspend and that mesa Ji I ye Iue l 1 IWe Gay Rat fan3 ffirI i iiT- iIa IgS hi aS9u1 Laxative BromoQIet- b sd7k 0P x t iiii1t1iZf if r i5ijt l ii 7 7 rw I z rmts XTRACTED vttioaT PAllI I Q71EI1D D 1 Work Strictly + iuHi4i iu cj jri1isrtI f o t4 J f ttl ftjJ a tr i yoCa I INGIELDXi MBtTON t F1c ttIwW f Sa 1 SIOOK IOl f uGFItljLD KY I IIa 01 J IrBii for ovrtP opIss Deposit t 7r U AJth Fdil BY AI- I ATPY LAW 4IJ It rPeopkis Bank if IPRINGFJEtiD KY r t SUN BiQS f t WORWS a pgressp j l rSb0uiS IJr fMuum Menagerie l f and Trained Animall Exhibition t I II5TiIfST llrOBRfl rlit l iJ IttinjltIi Seaau pi uitii alu rt lU 111J7 ijKKi etfutlun imt III ItUliit 1 =rri xlhoat ly Itt tnnn lv in UiJC1SrH HI tlhpnJII y 4LtPtinr ran t TM eIJI r idmimtun SPR ING F b D Ii 1DIAYirJ1rIr ti61r I t f iaFastiioaedShow J siaerIa ito ttlppod rorn ecS p6rls X4aravai Spetacu1r P- pciic Wild Beat ljii lftv enting more new excl- ufiive features than all other shows ceaibbwd Onepf the leadlnjgamuse Jf ttiiterprtge8 bf America Sun BrkerV Ii sJ1 fof thefMWorid The GrandFicCuresque STREET PAKApEf t Jfakessy1 ceat12rnon jAy UJNE j6 t D fletr awayiropa jfemtlcTerwl neMed In this country Twoi iBCes afternoon and vwilif One ticket admits to the AnimalXxpoeftoaJ very lowest rates on all lines of travel J pIsdr wTth ftko popular i tit IL J ij rtbIkMv s 7 A ARTNS ANY TWENTY I COLLAR MAOK llv upto date m r vsrshr or two rs nt bY Mall 1u c isTa zml iics Co we WTYL n IiiiHJi jflF WN J mnnt Local Happenings of Interest Tke Freshest and Latest iT I All About You r ir Friends Ii aiid Acquaintances i itt C i t our Java coffee isguarantee Tryit II 11 Gooc country sornhurn Cu lTV TaID1s I- in IS sFreshcandiesi a Ijirge assort mentat CHert1ejnsi tPnrafearanielrayrupapSnt cents a gallon at Curry Tapps Itus fiJI YQur next flour order- wilt Obelisk Curry Tapp 1 hThpson und Green tep the- plowAdDUinemliv htLed re mrs ja Jt lTce coollsooa water with ice real d r it 4l1at leins cbufectionery Hettjj ci1 s p aii l ti s fiinnerPhOfl W Iave rJ6wwarafcgfI 1ii J NtrBrhgI and Shoulders Highest mark price p ldqu rf Tappt I The ladies of the Pleasant I t tJraVu church cleared 8645 at1 their county court day dinner iastTyeekr 55 1 TAKEN UP Asow weighing about 175 pounds Owner caa gett saineby callihg at Jarboe Gampbelissmill I I Ligift bread graham and rye breadrbakea dail atC Hertleinl He also keeps the freshest and besfecakcis ane piesiaiReyz Baut Price the well I lm9wn eyangilistLwill be at the t J lq i j1 Pl QnQ week from next Sunday to be inl series offievivSCViios i m IJ VwsteuMJL4Ijii twork dom Laundry csilledfoi and delivered IhJuiG iriS1 T i The pngfSeli flw11 edJ held fqtfdiV llit yir frr Ut sJpteii iliJ Strii tlifPrspetsure tit the fair raj1 l year IIft CaIflAPowers anii old citizen of the county was doat dared a lunatic by a jury in the t rtderrt He is 80 years old 11 Kent gars name appeared on the sheriffs delinquentl list llast week by an error Mr Rogers had pafdhis taxes all right He had been listed twice which caused the error My property near theL N Dep ti dSprifigfi la onsis lug warehouse and scales is tnj the handsof G C Wharton foi- sa1 rio4ent t1 r rf 1 f iZ P J A MUDD j Mr Chas D Robertson of the drug firm of Haydon Robert son has sold out his interest tql his partner Miv 0 J Haydon and the latter will continue the business Mji Robertson has bed jntQe drug business in Springfield for fifteen years He has not yet decided what he will do Circuit Court adjourned from Friday of last week until Tues day when some cases on the civil docket were taken up The case of Leslie Shewmaker charged with murder was called yester day but on mot on of defense wascontinueduntil the next erm of court Mrs Estelle Bard Simpson who was recently shot by l1ErI husband Robert Simpson in Louisville is a daughter of Jack jailITaylorsville charged with an attempted assault on a woman in Spencer county Bard it will be remembered after having escaped from the Taylorsville jjail was arrested at this placeS and returned to that r trial i A copy of the RingTurn iPhiua college paper published Ia Washington and Lee Univer sity received here gives an acr count pfr therteleciioniiby thE students of Mr A Marshal Duncan as editorinchief of the Southern Collegian another college paper of that place Marshal stands high in his col lleg ind classes He will soon beat home for the vacation buti gxpects to return next year lJOPIG81 iftftftftftnftftnnftl = Decoration Day was observed here with appropriate services both oil Friday and Saturday On Friday here was the usual big gathering at Rock Bridge and on Saturday the graves of the solUierat St Rose and at Springfieldj were decorated A brass band was in attendance and speeches were made by W F Grigsbyia he1iMeJey and others In the of A R Carotherscare agaiuttheLouisville Nash villa rdilroad the jury returned verdict far the plaintiff andI fixed the pain gfs at 5000 This is a stfit for damage for injuries receijved in the Gap inthe Knob wreck At a former trial ofthis cake the plaintiff was awarded 5000 but when taken to the Oourp Qf AppealsJthe find lug of the lower court was re versed Nelson Recordv The jury in the trial of Jessie JrerrellonclBe Spmtt f01 horse stealing returned a verdicti last Thursday ijtight giving the ac cused a sentence of fwo years in 1the penitentiary The case Was hard fought and attracted a good deal of interest The attorneys for the defan ants will probably take the caSe to the Court Of Ap SprattIthe county jail The Methodist distrct con ference Lebanon district will beheld in Bard tow 1 June 1115 Bishop H tJ Morrison will pre side The seventeen ministers hi the district and other visiting ministers are expected to be pres eat besidestlie regular lay delegation frou different parts of delegatesJkin bkmrsjv Andr v LyreIDr B Hpfiisjird Dr s Smjck AiNrnaUvf J urkvi Shristir Jto clcaIJIttJl Mr TIiL3flht1t1jkil lyus erdiy inoft4iinghN homo Ifoar ii wt ijjf tv lt iiineuls knuidf to tpld1 igtsjxini in Iii jij iir T f iti pluoPI1uo Vs favor hj I iixL iri ioanties JSeTva a L Jf irs lpnRiflKnrhfir of this place id the father of Mr J Smith proprietor of the P rtown hotel Three other d yen and his wife survive him Nelson Recprd In letter writ en to friends at this place Rev Wm Stallings who recently moved with his ttamily to Oarrard county to as ume charge of the pastorate of ithe Baptist church afe the Forks aCCQuntroffamily received at the hands of placeRevfound their new home ready for occupancy with pantry and store ooms stocked with enough pro visions tollast the family a year Members pf the congregation had assembled to give the new pJst rand his family a hearty reception Family rIon Mri W T Snyder of California who was born and reared in this county is here for a visit to relatives iM onyder left Ken tucky tweiityfour years ago to seek bis fortnu in the far West Re is novvju prosperous citizen of San Fntnciscb The visit of Mr SIPUIM to his Idhom0was made Ue becai91 lor a family reunion rat day st cok at the home A r 1es A Snyder one df iot rs who lives in Andersci t un There were eight brt II iJnd sisters with their umies present They aIL i urn exceptionof Mr W Kryder reside fn aI1dAnderJson Mrs Jthn Ha esty Messrs John Jatnji A Alfred T Kand T Snyder and Mrs M A Burg The last mentioned is the oldest of the family being 76 years of age while Mr W T Snyder is the ypuogest being 56 years They re children of the late Jacob Snyder wholived in the northern part of Washington t f Farm For Sale Two hundred and forty acres one mile north of Fairfield Nelson jcourity Ky Will price low to cash buyer Address E D READI 61 West Chestnut iSt 4t Louisville Ky I rFFCNAL1lpee was jn Louisvile one dAy last wc19SMiss Bettie IrvineJeaves t6dayfor Dan ville to visit friends IMlsrelatives Georgetown It fdstowni tMiss LI dm Duncan left yesterfay for Danville to visit relatives I 4MissDuncan v ere in Louisville last week Miss Li Hie ColIn of Bardstpwn Is visiting h sr sister Mrs Dudley Tapp Mr a dMrs Henry Edelen of Bardstowp were here the first of the weekI PittsburgKyoffice Me and ftfrs G D Robertson and Miss Mary Haydon Were In Louisville Inst week DrW GrJgsbvIeft last Friday ifor Blandjnsvllle III where he ex pects td locate Miss Rena B Yankey who has been attending school at Lexington this winter is zit home Mr andiMrs ArvinNoe of Louis ville are at the home of SC Van Arsdaln for a visit Miss Rnty Lampton 1ho has been teaching school near Louisville is at home fbr the vacation Rev Gj W Swope pastor of the Bhptlst Qhurch at this place is here to reside permanently Miss Mary Lewis who has been at tending school at Bowling Green is at home for the summer I Mr Will McCJhord of Letanqn has gone to Vitham Springs to act as clerk at the hotel there this season travelingiuMattingly Moore Distilling Cot of Bardstown Mr and Mrs George Oheshier audI Russel Ohesheir have returned froth a delightfnlTislt toMIddlesboro and the Cumberland mountains Mr and Mrs R N Wathan and lit tie daughter Virginia were visiting the family of Mrs Thomas H Logsdon near St Marys last week Mrs C Fa Bosley and Miss Lizzie Bosley entertained at their home in the countryon Tuesday night in honor of Miss Fredda Minton Quite a Crowd of youu people from town at tondid I ireuit estrcay E P5SC V 3u i5Tr rllI1 c l IlIif fd rI tittIllilllJt pl i ttt II PI l yj Jt tl d1ilU iItrri t Th u IIU 16 VJiklgi Ig Ill iuiOji iji ji on iu0uui TM lii1i t ibe maoh nebdcIA Welcome Visitor The first show of the season j will visit thiii place on Monday June 16 Surely this item of news will please the young folks the children and the older ones also Sun Bros Worlds Pregressiv sta1dingrecord performance in one big ring in the good old styie Sun Bras run their show sirictly on busi ness and moral principles Nothing is permitted to appear that will mar the pleasure of the skeptically inclined Neither are the usual army of fakirs often seen following in the wake of shows allowed to follow the organization The long standing reputation of Sun Bros throughout America and the Dominion of CanadaShall not be jeopardized by allowing any catch penny af fair to be connected with their show Fifty great celebrated artists will appear at every per formance Fully two and one half hours of enjoyment is afforded Let all attend Afternoon at 2 olock Evenings at 8 oclock LETTER LIST List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Ky Potoffice for the week ending June 5th 1902 W A Pike V J Patton Kobert OakleyjLillie Thorn pkins M S Music Foreuce Martin Jim Mayes C K Micior Geo C Feouer V When calling for these letters please sy Advertised W A Waters PM Spring ever Spring fever Is another name for billiousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and inactiye bowels mean a poisoned system If neglected serious illness may follow such symptoms DeWitts Little Ear y Risers remove all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleanse the system of im purities Safe pills Never gripe Jlhave take DeWitts Little Early Rig for torpid liver every spring fpr r writes R B Everly Moundsyjlle Icrs Va and they do me mote good Robertson anything I ever tried Haydon rj How To Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a JMHMH a foy by taking- an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION ft is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going prop erlyso that the patient is able fto digest and absorbhis ordinary food which he could not do be ffore and that is the way the gain jis made A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking Seolr fIOOISIOD You will find it lust as useful in summer as jn winter and If you are thriving upon it dont stop because the weather is warm soc 100 all druggists SCOTT tc chemists Nm Captured Wolf The wolf is captured at Jast A real live wolfr too He was caught near Sjt Marv i Friday night bv Mr Ken Hussell The ltoes on i5 right fore foot were caught in thE trap and verp al most ma shed off when eleased Tne news of the papture spread rapidly andwith an unreason ably short time a large number of the citizens had gathered to rejoice over the catch It was jput in a box and brought to Lebanon Saturday and left at the coal yards of Crume Bros wbe it was on exhibition1 untilt sday The farmers in the St Marys vicinity made a standS ingoffer Jf5 re ward for every- wolfeaught iin that neighborhood and on Monday morningS I Ir Sam McElroy paid sel the reward Among thos those who helped ao pnv for this prowler were Mess sjolm Wadfi Sam jinl TayJor Aneli thurSFtsi15r Po lieav 1Vn pl dc in lli Mr j t1 CI In 0 tier in I jfl ISU1 ity h rt a h iriJ P HW 1flj Ir duI n l ttr tl tbh i5spo t v o tc I tt Ca tI u ttLi11- 10rb o e 1J 11 g s P te re ii1I II tn IP1 5J 9i f Ii s4a lltt 9i trl r Lln s lE SIi4l IILtnteQt lVhIl on xt tittUJu here proved 10I havB t i90diu Iit sprir tt1fOIit to rhe Zoolocicil Gardh we woud lIge it ho turned loose jin the presence of the doirs that that have been in captiyrty lor several weeks The must be getting wolf hungry by this lime Marion Falcon Real Friend suffered from dyspedsia and indigestion for fifteen years writes IT Sturdervaut of Merry Oaks N 0 After I had tried niany doctors and medicineto noayailoneof ciy friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave me immediate releif I can eat aJ digcfIltionKodol Dont t ry to cure stomach trouble by dieting Tha only further weakens the system You peed wholesome strengthening food Kodol cn ddles you to assimilate what you cat by digesting it without the stomachs aid Haydoit and Robertson Sliadcrs Specials Base Balls bats and mitts allow pricesSPumpkin seeds and butter- bean and several kinds of pole beans for sale- Watermelon seeds all kinds in bulk We have a full line of seines and fishing tackle- Remember ve still have fresh fish on Friday JOSEPH A SUADER Ready To Yelld I used DeWttts Witcji Raid Salve for piles and found it a certain cure sayT K Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations unnecessary to ouro piles They always yield to De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Cures skin diseases all kinds of wouuds Accepc no counter feis Haydon Robertson oJeys lflll1ey and TateRS Iuz2s aud stops the cotixb BPQKE RAILROAD RECORDS TrAin In Colombo Travels FJftee Mil r In Nlue Bllnutc fAll pre iousLor for faSt nlnning t raUVnrtr uij1fiis ri s ttatrthan tennilIes wit gtrmm rlng doWn among the things that were Vhcm the Denver Qhkngo spvcjoi train of the Burlington route recently covered l4S miles at tho rate of 086 miles an hour mndewlthnhoavy to AVrhy Colo thetriluhc1uglin charge of Conductor Ji H Burns and Engineer OConnell speedotforty EJanEEB OCONKELIi Otis the speed was Increased to fifty nine miles an hour Hyde and Iama were passed at the rate of sixtyfive miles an hour and when the train was passing Eckley the speed wqs seventy five miles fConductor Burns in his report says was in the observation car from Eckley to Wray On my left were Mr Arthur Johnson of Denver Sir Wells lAtley of Los Angeles and Mr Bush traffic manager of the Colorado Midland We passed Ecklcy at 756 p an hands holding watches corroborat ing It seemed so short when the whis tie wits blown that the comment was made by Mr Johnson Oh well be Is not doing so much as we thought he might Mr Johnson believed we lied reached Robb n distance of six and onetenth miles from Eckley I re malned silent for a few seconds dis appointed he wind had gone down and on account of the heavy smoke pouring over the train I did not know Just where wfe were but with asecond thought the train having dashed over a deItime no I wont nt otice to the plat fnn t rrd r nlJami oll crved at tin tiiiii f uf rctvn liiy watch which V iS jlKiviUKUvf minutes strong alter t Il LeI2stmns1- ii fellow liis iinrilfin oms1oo re- nnrlablc lo li iruf itii yottt Isvouth jMJjyn vriUT whoso word should tI atlii ljixlid Two robins were try iaz to HUh iluir Kttle otto to fly It stUhiiruil iover griafa distance foirtsi III pbiiid My llttlu oy tllild It iul lolil him to put it on tut riot of our sldi porrh Then lit jiid wntchcd to see what the old birds would do They u tered about the yard for awhile end then flew off We waited for them to re turn but they did not and Ihad Just made up my mind that they bad de sorted the young one when I Saw them coming accompanied by a third one They flew directly to the roof ot the porch and I saw that one of theni had a piece of twine in its bill And what do you suppose they did next If I had not seen it I never would have believed it Two of them caught bold of the twine one at each end and the little one caught the mid die of it In his bill Then they flew ort the porch the third robin flying under the little one and supporting it on his back Minneapolis Journal They Were Dlicreet In the coprse of an interview CardI- nal Manning a short time before bis death referred t his boyhood days as follows Well if you want me to talk nonsense I will say that It is fl long way bact to remember for I iun eighty three but I spent toy chlldboocl at Tot tcridge A boy at Coombe Bank ChrIs- topher Wadswortb late blsbop of Ljn coin and Charles Wadsworth bfshbn of SL Andrews were my playfellows I frankly admit I was very mischle Tho two Wndsworths and I con ceived the wicked intention of robbing the vinery The door was always kept locked and thorp was nothing for it but to enter through the roof These was a dinner party that day but tbcre wertf no grapes This Is probably the only case on record where three future J1sb ops were grtllty of larceny Were wo punished No wi wort dtpcnvt We tm nnrxplvcs tip Ill wftro foralvni Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having EUREKA HARNESS OIL by any otherunequaled leather soft preparedKeeps A heavy bodied o- ilHARNESS An excellent preservative Reduces cost of your harness Never burns the leather its Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OILs in all ocaUties1lLDtlt4Ct11red Standard Oil CompanY I FRANK W SIMMS BENF SIMMS JOHN FISIMMS FRANK W SIMMS S CO Livery Feed and Sale Stable New and Stylish Rigs nnd good fiorses I Special outfits for travelling men Give Iiis t trial Comfortable stalls and good tieat ment for boarding horses PHONE 75 SPRINGFIELD KY a i Weinvite YDuhinspecliofte i2t J GOODSSpring j shades Whie Qoods jin alllthe n wjtweaves Waist Qoodsin SllkSf Silkw Ginghams Madras and i Mercerized rtEffects fIt- o i We arriow pre pared to show a complete stock vof letOTHING W The largest and 7 most attraefiye1 weV have ever S shQwiiarid tc LOW E lIN PRICE t Than you AaI i find elsewheretj ff Li 4 ui cKtyL sopnedoutlarge rStocIof 1 R Gi r k CORSETSTFel f I est WhijePrnkanU Bluej 1- a i r2 r IJ Li hiM Iil1tcbLlJir p pc rt U fh lJ Jlli t pn LaJ1iaJt epc lltt t11 Ut it t iIh I lJJi5q 1I1J1e 1 q tiI ffLjt l ClutLt Jrc Li 1tc 14 I21 illtbvjr 11 kofi2 t trt t tf I Itii r cic5S7I JI l X a 4iII 1 l ti to tjJd LttP J v Jfi is Cj J X l111r j r f to Ua if V i W L4 A i t i 7 t 1i i t Vu stilltxted i s13ociui u wvOD IMSh t1tYtrsti Always giving sjiecidl hlprices Tbarikinjj ydd for past favorsiand sblicitiogacottiDijaiion of yqurpatronage we remain Yours Truly CuunllgMffl Duqan t SPECIAL NOTICE f REBHT STTMPSO- nJuly 4thW vill give to the two persons r collecting the most Rebate Stamps choice of a fine polished Rocker or a handsome Bank i quet Lamp EXTRA J t Here are tljie Stores that want urCashfTrade arid willj give you Rebate Stamps f r J GRUNDY ICL YBROOKB McINTIRE r f f IA complete IID dry goods for iSpringSand sUDP1earr 4 No trouble to show gpqdsv Iy u JOHN C SHADER V S V- r The grocer who appreeiatsyoartrade We eep eyerythiBg 5 v VVOODifedBEfeTSON DRUG GaVW v fiIDiugsandl ToitArtic14Wb got etu1 i J A 1c b v 11G D1R ER SON SON Jlr i LtiHv sa Hardware eyeryJthipBl6rthQFarmerarid Builder Also GrocirSM t l l 1IJOHN Y MAYES JP- uruiture and UnderuIeiugal1 new Sbbdsprompt and c rjiftil attention at all jme3lI if 1i v Ittcs ii t N B Ask f9rQne of ouHsgpplerjrienJife lfurnst ahPECLEMENTSS 1 UpholsterI t S for Doors and windows fumished gsIv J put up Also d f scREEN DOOBS and WINDOWS Make a specifllty oftaking maaqre lYlrnents furnishing and hanfiinfir ld1tsiz shades Keepon hand samples Headcjuarter at present J Y Mm t Furniture tore I ujfe l3 iw S Mothcrewhpwtfrld keep their chit dren in good health should AntchJor tile first symptoms of Worm and remove then With Whites Cream Vcrml fuire Price 25 cents at Haydon and Robertsons Kodol Dysp w4 orDIg Mtt what yO Mitr iijd sahmendizig aTold bceatIn1 a nd tonvo1dJfterlngpreYetIt s i and colds bythe timely mejM Bia U 4 ardsBcrehOundSyrnp It Iatsand swift Remedy for all b o cldMl allmtente Price 25jAIktO caia Sol4 by Haydon and Xobcrton I r ft s f w r Tr1i r t Satunders Phillips q4 Tetsaki bytba nmei rIt iUenrv Walc Pm gcdiders MrQnr fJbiHJjipf I Olil iIs modeUit uf er i Io xOttMrljjiior whom Mt I PbiI1I1wrked In the EtmeV JW Mr PbllUps va made tf wiiN MSin of the property 1ter yl t awaTjtator pi thft property 4 rtw Rcrdw bar into the bull jrther than haein iliel s t2up1V Jfi liIhiwasn all alone job liiA nte jtpa friend recently For dysiwouldiC0 a soul cThi HQtm partner a boy who had been Jalsa accused of pWder but neatly became a iustiflnblt hoHBicide when he laid both hl1s on Tils accuser He Wasii devil ota boy in some YJs A dare devil and absent mtaded to Che last degre2 H wasjooltepder when the owLer wwftiaiakiqf an honest effort to Vv1op the ofppercV He heav i4 vi seven fdot drill down f sihVftover a hundred feet deep ojeday merely saying Here Vyrn2 are to the men below Toey flattened nemselves IgiUsL the W Ulind wailed pbpdy hurt jButT the miners tarIed to quickly1 eome out of thesbaft and1 my partner bo thought bjmselr and toOkacross Ute kills t Be fore tbiehe went up t9V the tninevriQ6 day and seated SbiQ1pn an empty ore car The custom was to pull an empty up the incline by the weight of tneloaftled car going down The incline was so steep thatit was hard to hold the cars even wfth this cheek We had two cars go plumb througn the wilL ripping and roaring taking out a piece vfru square before they leaped fort thd round while 1 was there TueBian ijelow signalled witha ig v hen he had coupled on his J VtV Well the Juclineoiatl3sk QIy partner if it was all Tiftftb audlet ergo responded Jhei Thaywent The incline of toe treitle was a hundred feet above tile ground in places amiover that perilous railway the boy flew a hundred miles an hour f fTbetncline man jammed on his Vbreakand yelled for help The loose book on line end cffthe cable tore out eve yth1D it caught Ties and splinters were flying in the air and the rockingcar omiug like rneteor lTlie wner of the mine stood 4V near ttte mill watcning ber come rAvery powerful fellow hapi pened to be near the incline man and tne two put ah their weight ontbelevpr But it woffld haveiben of no us iif the hook not caught in a bend of the trestle QCQheld faivwjjtcond beTAciuigliteqed out Thai 4 ave leU1 ttietr hatlce and tby htld Tiejiap on th iiext Jairlytl level place iTne owntrotr the tuitm the boy tto COWedOPVhlflkICjilljipwJtJld tdIeV tluii to the uiiil a11a do 1Uitabitof iti My partiier J ofJe carJJ caoiu duwu oa the sidjOf acJ atlai Jdir His flr JivwerQnoL disturbed Vui n asked whyfte did ih h q didnt dSe just anted to That endeared him to the heart 6ftthe mine owcer vho was Vtlieoriginthe Ufatman by thejnamejjriTpnesiVand nnthiu g mpitVJtsaidor oias about it No good health unless the kidneys are souud Fu1ey s Ki ncy Cure make the KidneYs tiglitA Sold hySVood Robrtsot1DrugCoV Tens Yearla Bed a IAVVGra3V P Qaksfelle Ind 1write jtor ten years I was con fitted Mth ntyfrvjcouldnot moepart f the time I t consulted the very besf medical Skill available but could get no relcif until Fpleys Xidiiy Cure wis recDmmended to tne It has been a godiepud to me For sale by Wood Robertson Drug Co Your Vacation If ioJfzue Sgoiy in mice an uiiii tin siiiiimr1whj noi abe a THV uon erii friend Rockyff1ci 1i n wintaras ufSlVdIt tI t UCL TRI Grand n dl fiR G rIncnfW stel nhal uubish t1 ed fllittle btolc which sill pJi fr i you whete togo whit OAer- bit0 to tak acampcrnfos- ha1IJII1f1 l WJIj tOsilalJr1 w tirtto jet them Acupywm ie mailed 4IJplld4tjUrj ru RPSJwcnd PXeurion rut toa1t 2i hhIIVOUiS on Jhv ftni Brtp Miv15tol t 0J ing the r kidney IrrigHlaritiesare often tucd yby ex Ssr a 1IV drlnicing ieirig1 overjicated AtteNto udhgfpbsrtson Drug Oo I i tv 8 DS AgetableteparaffonfcrAs siinilating UcFoodandBeguIa ung theStoinachs andBowels oT Promotes DigestionCheerfut ness adRestConlains ne1L1- rOpiumforphiie nor Gh ral KOT tNARC OTIC 9f lJEL sr SJIt nmr PlfIIEnj Apcrfccl leraedy for Conslipa BonSQurStomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulspns Fcverish ness ndLoss OF SLEEP TacSinuto Signature of tdi4 NEW YORK llDCCTcOPY OPWRAPPR t 1 I III I II A TELLING f t SHOT B T 1 ANNE ALLEN i iCopyrfcht l00by theV 8 S McGlnro Company tie e IeH 11 dont see what you want gun ifor said Tom crossly Tom was clean Jug bis goflf sticks and it always makca him cross Margaret lay In the haul mock and tvatched him l dont see what you want a gun for be repeatedIT9 shoot withJBhe explained Yotfro getting very sporty he re marked scowling at his inidiron Youre getting very slarigy was her quick rrcsppnsc I wasnt lead yos nilfic be went on niter a pause during which he pushed backbite cap and left a streak of dirt on his forehead I cant let you hare nthe bocauso Its too heavyV fl would ndt have thought of asking suchujfavor she said Mr Gresham is going to send me oneVGresJiam That long eared English man His airs are not long and bell a Canadian 0b of course If you aire willing to ecptVIf xou sac mo my golf sticks That is very different VYesJ lub hit noi go gun go nn hit Then om was angry he1begunFlippantl BaW Margaret I WISh gOOtl1eh3ly wishes are evidently nothing to you he said rising and standing very straight and tall beside the hammock Shedld not contradict himWhat fire you going tp shoot he demanded TgeoriSAnd they call you tender heartedIIClay Tills laconically I toward the house Xou would look better without tha smooch Margaret called after him He looked around tnquirlnplr Tliat it streak on ycur forehead Sjie e3 plaiued It really is not a Wt becom ingHe walked toward the porch of the old inn without raising hlshand to his face but It must have been a struggle Then she knew ho was provoked After was well in the house she scrambled out of the hammock Sli nan AXKIiB TUICfED SHE rIhad seen the i prosstmm put a leather t1SCOJl the horse block ami lt sure It Was her UllIThere were several people in tin of flee when she went in and Tomsj cousin Mabel a silly thing with yellow balr mid a lisp cried Oh Margarcth are you really going shooting What doth Uncle ToriitnayT- DncleToin was Toms father an tOldibltOldi ttcbcdltwoo fedf my dear Miss Caldwcll dont point it er Margaret took the tfffending un and svent uPtoll JJOQDlA little later eha t f CASTORLk For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the f Signature of 1 i Use SFOrVOVOr- VTbirtyh Year- sCASIORIA flt IfTfl 1tJiIUII Olli vi IIl uuv saw Tom with his clean clubs starting for the links Ills taco was nice and clean too looked so handsome thatt she was sorry she had quarreled with him She wits Just going to tell him that she would go along when she heard MabelV voiceMOh Tom wait a minute And n as she got iearerUDId you know Margareths gun hath come Sheth tho pleathed1 Then Tom glanced up at the window and looked so black ha the girl leaned out calling inlchlevous ly Pretty Tommy lie turned on his heel and walked away with Mabel That afternoon Mr Suydenlmm over In the cottagp lent Margaret his pigeon Jray and colored boy ii You cant hurt Ute trap he said and Kastus can look out for him selftSo Rnstus set the nil up away overI on the short when no oiiosqps It was the hour whtii all tho wouioii wera taking napq anil tho IVttp children had goat tV11I their huurse to tho viiihuge for ice froam And Mariant stariod lij to shoot clay pigeons She had shota few clam shells TjefonjT but she knew this would stillIThe gun was a little beauy4lIght enough for iher to lift easily sitid firm gotIphislictter shoot wLilt Ioys high up Miss Margjjtt hosxigKosUil and liick cdngahuiVReady she culipd In a loiul linn voice Tlicj dlsUHkp objwt r from behind the jhelttr aul sciiJ Myny Into the air Sftc folhv tlll its curse with her111tr okthe VnIshe dint speni to tiul tio ii4iit time to tire nlHllb prt n UhlulIsl1at tered lo tho Kn uul Uastus hiH1 uopeul Up niriln 1tIt grin as IlIlcrdlIlr 1wi iui ylng and Hhllcijnl a j r socoml till llll TUiVKtl to sUiOj VitlKltlt full and also tf uivo Kiiy1 ojy 1 fonts IVVdls id oINi itsV npvr Icon tu Vli Il it 111 t lloWilld Itlst HlOliKhrKlW tvi r uuuiluig iBlpngJio T iiixl ljl lIt rtIwn r or pinj trt sif Y4liiuUyiatshn cbuii do hivniiijiMc IQi faster triageI nIIdovn slovont in mast iingracoful henp C prItoishot inyri uiiiiui ruti to Inugli is sh roa lf Valllid not shootout of jhat Lid Tlon ovoryflilng turn cd lihiU inl cht felt no uiorc pain Tho iHJit tuba slip hoard was Tom talking ill strange voice and In nI IWost WI1I lip wag sayluig my own littlu girl She thought ho Will speaking jtp Maliel She hud suspect cd Some 1uy the pniii In her ankle and the tlioiii ht of losIng Tom inon ncvor are tlu snmo voul frioiids to you after they are marrIed wlvos socin to make n litTerIsIVa ill liroiiKht a lila tmnoh fHJIte hers and his voice soundod more nil Hftal Oh Inrsarot lit said Look OIKB your eyes sivoetiicsirt And she elicited her eyes to liml that lie lund been tallsing to her all tho tlmeWolIshe shehadWhere Is my gtuuiT TOOl sajd Confound the gun Ami Ira lie seemed annoyed about soinn thliig tod- Itnstusj and Margaret wore the oniy c1ieerfulJoies Uastus said You done lilt de pigeon Miss MargYct In a comforting tone Tomns still on his knges beside Margarett The Litter exclaimed IvI ankle pains me quite a bit but If you will cmilObbled her ceutiy and she smiled sweetly at Mabel over his nice broad shoulder llloinfLetsaid Mabel bit lieu lip ri licav7tInmguithurlI Then ns Tom lifted her in hit ujdonso much obligedrwill you carry my gun i JVThen 1tlonplattormWhy on tiptoo queried Dulle flSonsn Lt Vakc the audjcnce r lied the tJMfcSt n ffJHll vJYd 7 l LILt rurVI t tlt1 ll upi j ieilju l f libQi i i 4 Ji I VICiftSVV lllof MitehuihllLV 1 Duid- Aiiultliigi tiuliin 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Insolvent Hall Snorraan VInsolvent Hardin John VVSVVVi Insolvent James Insolv nt Kinder John InsolventV Kinder JVVSVSSVV VIiusolvent iKayri Juts L VVSSVSVVInolenti LewisJn VtVVVIflSOheflt rattinglyJas 1 Inraolvent Montgomery 1V Insoiventt Nicks Wmj Insolvent Richardson ShtriiLeft County tShirleyRtJf Left State jLU rtrniciai fcnrl A ball of beoswax introduced into tha shell of a living frepli water mussel hnsl rcsultetl in produciiig jtho most remark able artificial pearl insistence ItIS about aiu Ipcji a d a haIin length oval in form and pink InI r and is he property of the f isonian insti lit Tli hall oft was placed near tho hiw f the valve which b eing kopt uhfresh t5ter wsis earftulhvV tihrtl Till Irritat 11 f tIho wax vausti ill molUjsk to pro d itself by con ting the foreign object with uuuotIrn thug of pearl stuff tII Ill Kauomitor JIS that which Is used u lining tU IIIlnJIirJIre of Its shell- iIII IH uso till result Wa au onrtrmouj litnrt vhifr to prossure huovor tli1 visjIiairiost ii Iiorlonl lt and lornnniovji In fpriu At th tdzt tVytiiis5rlua mussel was taken out d tin tiuik mill oponod and iiirl rotniiiil Tho vnx nfterwardi Iioitrauhoti I ishrll to cnuk This lOIumerIt tt 111lIt T Iii tlirt of n onllniry bhoet lIotIonISiti rViJhII1flh IetUjc IiIiV wall slio sild wlJtntI lvaHRho pnl hfF Iciskct rrut of her protty ciiin wiU a tlinnphtrul uir to ot sonio hlttpeeV Ytillu puiit1 lie uilulrltetlnan Heres Viry iti is too lv tf Uijiiiiilmy VlV IT yoxni hItI1 lIRJrl von Oh tif 111 Iiit Its too bad it a 101 hliiidish toput tltt tiN Llt 1ui xar sroon would horrible in it t H ilniiiuht nhut thore not being iifv IIlIhnn Uiiov A IiiSshiI tiiniftt away tho market iiVVZ isl IIT lt 1II tear ir CliSllIICiIIIIWllt Ii ilt5I5 Til t VicrfPllpriin riI till IllllSnnCO 6hIIr vVi jihvnyn IRk foolish q Irr vlllt lit object throw th ii trliiifV 1n rlhd tilt old saltt ch IBIIirsfand Ill tliiory of sols nilsIitVl s 1111 tru vthAU the IIII ii ii niil to keep the ocea u from Klip iiK wily Iu the tog SeeeBaltimore tV5 TIe Citnarj Iin Utlle Pier The canary Is ahviys rugarlel ns a small ester just uathvplg Is notorious for its gluttony People with small np petlted urn cfrcn vlttod tor not opting more than eirjush to feed a canary and this leI n mUll who was n tiny ent er to watch the yellow blrdnnd report weighed24iown weight in u month that Is it ate nitheV more than its own weight on an average every day Anyone who watch es tho little bird will notice that it Is aJ ways eating Now says the investlga or a pig tVtsir wit Its owu weight ev en lay tlittoa nslt Is llcncc he hecitSWett3V They OcneraHy StlcU IIcwrtt rtJit his Jilted tjjar Boston 5 lil Jewett Jidnt think he could do It Hewitt Vliy iotV JerettIt Isnt easy o get rid pf a cold New York Times Tile Milk Ifthis milk sterilized asked the cranky hushjind VSC rupnod his wife but itstra ler qured Boston Post t = CASTOR iA tTheii tt Ears tii1Vf Signattra of I W fn Insolvent yilvu lji i t liitvtji 1 l OVED j v 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Left connty N-otlfonntdSbewinak yenRynn= == L AN INTERNATIONAL TOWN iPccnllarlllcM uf XoirnleK on the Mex lean Borde Line rIt would be Incorrect to date n letter from either Nogales Ariz or Nogales Mex alone for the town belongs so bothjIs the most completely and curiously lInternational plao e that can be conceiv of There is no separation of the led parts visible Us you look down on town from the hIlls and the lift and the ordinarj tratBc of the place flow back and forth wIth no one ap parently to say them nay However Iit must not be supposed that there Ir 1Cree trade nqross the thoroughfare InternatlQUil tternational In the middle of the street whcrv the Calle Elms or main business street crosses Jhe International ave nbouttf this are always one or two guards ijn civilian dress who pay no attention to empty handed passersby hut will strip any carriage or any person who otTers to cross with a burden that might contain dutiable material Oc casionally on the Mexican side one sees a Mexican soldier In uniform but tbecuirtcl near ly Is too small to hold uioiv ths small detachment and iiiltlitr iohlijn roiinlfMmcu cus- tomst irtmrdx jtivover iu vldiice alone the Tin1 Aincrlwns vp apart from one nroioi In IidlIcul hotiRcs of nil giijdtM most of wliIh itt very mntt and sonu of which art quite lint tdl- Uust have Lrcri vastly Their stntsrun up tlli ntvx ttf lilt niotiit ii glen In Vuli tii ioi U situ In l CltJbhow eri 0rVvV o rd drawirs of wi t tV Iknottll1lurlcthcrcrom tin IilIq on dcnlieys bickK d thj town r voat run up to1ViC lgIierVdluvtVVtiIitV OLD FASHIONED What has bocorao of the old Cash ioned child that made fuuus V What has lieconio of the old fashion d man who hung his Icdfje swcrd In a cois jIctoiiH laceVWhat has bpppme of the old fhshinn l18trlouaman cd w IWlIitVhat has Lt cuio of the old fashion cd father who took n whip and held hoilrt to heart talks with his sun out In the barn What has bocouie of the old faslilou loInI appear oa toe streets with tier husbaua unless she bad hold of his arm Atchl eori Globe JeRerion iii an Inrentor Not many people know that Thomas Jefferson was a great Inventor His in everydayleggedfoldingnil camp stools of that kind today The stool be had uiario for his own use was his constant eomiutiuii 01 occasions pf outings Tho rechaIr was bis Invention Ve 4lV rd n light wagon iII is devf ed byj him i ril Us1 lie rJjTft Jp j rii j IVU 4 fnp- ni i fLWti als VV 01 nrricu tuntl- t i wiecelvcdu gold tried al In France in 1700 Jefferson never benefited financially by hIs Inventions butbelleved they should be for the use of efcry one without costSt Louis PostDispatch Be Gave fits Adilreaa Harry Furniss told ogood story of a distinguished but Irritable Scotch lecturer The gentleman had occasion to speak rln a small town in one of the lowland counties anti It chanced that be met with a more than usually loqua clout chairman This genius actually spoke for a whole hour l troduCoI r lag the lecturer He Igentlemant us his address tonight The lecturer came forward Yon want my address Ill give It to you 322 Rob Roy Crescent Edinburgh and IlghtrWomnn Dow Wheat Came to Earth A classic account of the distribution of wheat over the primeval world shows that Ceres having taught her favorite Triptolemus the art of agri culture auld the science of breadmak lug gave him her chariot a celestial vehicle and that in It he traveled night and day distributing this alitabI bread grain among all nations of the earth Uud on Dli Bretjurea JHJh well my dear observed he to his wife you will Und that there area treat many worse men in the world than am tutu you be so cynical John IBoHerald wife reproachfully Syra A Liberal E4netloR WlseumHonesuiyV now did you learn anything while you were in col legeGnu1uateUmmweIL learned hov to state my lIgnorance ta scientific terms I Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetterand Acne I Belong to tbat class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions thatt JnownEdIseasesof poor digestion jnactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination ate fl taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids N Vjfthatscribable itching and burning andu i0m cheerfully endorse your SOBthe yellow watery discharge fonus as a cure for OEcxtma XVTJI troubled into crusts and sores or little brownwith It for 25 a1tid trIed many and white Scabs that d rmeei withno ot but attar NtheFciTcrack and bleed or give it ascaly fishy appearance again the eruptions may T consist of innumerabTe blackheads and pimples pr hard red bumps upon M skisdiseasesblemishes SS S eradicates all poisonous accumu latibns antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores t ie blood to its wonted purity and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the impuri ties pass off through the natural channels and relieve the skin S S S is Ue ply guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier It contains no Arsenic Potask or other harmful mineral r Write us about case and our will advise without cuWehave 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