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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y J t i t1d1I- L l NSEIt 0 t ilS2ftr JHL1 t t J t i i hJ 0d t I t I Ji41yj w SPSVl IX No 33 i SPRINGFIJ3LD WASIEINGTQN10MJNTY KENTUOKY nGiY19 f 1 f i4I A YEAS 1If4 f it p1l M WPao d h IQU DIRECTORY I r J SPRINGFIELD county seat oft Wauagton County 52 miles south i u4 ot Jbexington S9 ml1srrom ItiVvflle on Banlstcrwiltbrancbo 1I mlrville and Nashville railroad irr J a fanning and agricultaral d iS tr Two Banks telegraph and tIII1 jiae express office flour mills yards Population 1100 population CONHtr 15000 f l Jtcpresentatlve Congress Hon J 5 iL Smith Hodffenville Ky i KeprescntatiTe inKeutucky Legis t latttre Ron G A Bphoriey Jteprescatativclin State Senate Hon 4 X J5P year CarapbellsvUIe Ky ZCuityCIRCUIT COURT 1ti+ Circtt ortbegins en the fourt- hLov in Ffcbrnairy May and Octo iEattestn Judge 4WH SweeneyConimonwealth At 6ra Y r MCatapbeli oierlc-i TfsA Medley Master Coinfu iiss I441cra1J i j 11w it QUARTERLY COURT QtarterIyCourt U held on thefthird 4auday in eich monthSB ifsy gU t Ir COUNTY COURT fi lv County Court meets the fourthP fondayhi each mouth y BL1LitseyJudge WF Booker Cquntv Clerjk T S Mayes County Attz1eyt George CatettJaikr 4ByrouCroake Sheriff j1 i RicHUfd Isham fcjfSHdncV Osborne RMuf1ian ieptit3ei EdaJers LaTamcr Moor 1o1 tifJRuya1tyAPr T fP gBryanD lU r Jit Robert Noe Treasurer S M Muqtgomery corun s CITYCOURgJames RNoePolice udkcI JolihGrace Marsia1i i W D ClaybrookiCit Att r v jUSTlCBCpDitT b- JusticeourtsV are ficld hi January pjiJ uly l and Octoberfca 4J CWUIh DireCtory i BAPSTC1WRPii Rev George W Swope Pastor ir4- 1ceeverySunday atli a in and 30 bTMeetingonwednesdaY night at73 0 METHODIST cHURCH Rev SP Sl tespstorSfrvi 9 onthe First and Third Sundays iii ach mouth at 11 a in and 730 p 111In Sundiiy atlO i frkVd y bbpVevery Prayer meetinff every Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHURCH ff tRltP F Hennessav Past r 6crtand 10 oclockYic s everr SundayaI 8 a mf Services at St Roge same hjurs iBRISTIA CHURCH t R viiF Lloyd Pastor Servicesp iecoRd ahdfourth Sunday eachll 1ionlh 63 fi9raternaIOrders 1II ftIcZfpDpS Sprinyigfleid lodge Nc 50 meets secondfQUdayin each 4I inkfltl fP Va hmstoaR ochapter No57c ibeet9eveiy third Monday 1Springfield Council No 52 meets on eyery itqurth Monday itoiCHTS oJ TJW MACASBES Meets Seyerj firat Wednesday in each month J QR M BIACK HAWK TRISB No b4 Wets every Wednesday uight in wiefram McKlrdy Ball rind IS TIME TABLE Iniralait Denrtuft ol TraIns f t 431djp UjIM- 1S40 Ar eld Uv 1120 of 15 VlleyHlll 5 tU 38 12 03 Booker u 5 47147 S1L54 1 lroakeso Ml 6- 8jis j tor ssfeis i 11 21Early Ttmts 1115 Banutown 6233 55 1r50Nssareth 6 80 3 08 4830 i 8auels41 3 84 i9M DetrvilIc6 45 S 50 irtO H Cane Sprig f 634 05 18 OOHeb 659415 952Waarnt 70100 I43ZeMtewaunct71O5 00 liItlkenlsWe 7 20 JS I1MrI 7 pSSonthFark79r 8 riSewth LbnisTllle 750 5 55 b LyLoBlavlUftArSrS61U x UMPM A V 4 feets1 1justii 5IlXjSl T HilrJj orJHUKoHcfor me I certain j Jy pelUyi it wiU dolor ptber cheer 1I fsHy rt iii e d it tQ all who vrisb abaii4stbsiitifs1and long hair ei Pf6KrTOJer t yiVRIAc LO m KB DAY fJU lt xaiixc Brciao Quinhie Ta f41t Sriigg1ss cftndtie onel n Jre JE W GrovsIgi JltGtJtoouoborP c25c o I f i free jw as ses Q il i- 00 IrfAj ROIJINP br TALK I 1I LSe v f Anqi l Time Growler r never like the springtime the weathers most top brgbt tlY gotno chance fer hpwHn1 r grpwlln lefaprlgbt The winter time is better but the will not stay But thank the Lord toe summer iff a J slzzin onthe way Fer its th en Im hard to beats In growlin at the heat In sayin watermelons pit only fitter sweet Jest Wnz born fer grp ililt no matter how it goes i To pick the world to pieces an a thorn with every rose Tiiesanshinois toq blindin thc win tar toocol An the thunder too my tbinkin Is too reckless in itsroll OhlmniiBhty hardtb beat Findin fault with cold an beat The worlds a peach I reckon but its only bitter sweet t a fiery heavenly cbariotshonld come fpr metoday Pdwanttjthlbp at stations lakfn Ice inoii the wayeAn lahdineafelnglory haint got any doubt Id growl about the climate till the tg saints turned me outnThen where every growler goes Where we meetoqr friends and foeHQd growl about the weather till theyii drowned me with the hose FL Stanton In Atlanta Constitution REPAIRS People1TEEDED jlM who have occasion to do t much driving about the streets of the town are beginning to ask what the town trustees mean by- flowing a the 0 streets to get in such n bad condition when a little work ould prevent it ThEre are chuck holes along Main treet that must be given a wide berth by driver who has any re ard fin the safely of his vehi j le and of the dozen or so cross- ngson Main street there is notione over which a buggy can be driven at any speed without a spring There is nof excuse for this condition of af fiairsor so can easily fill up the holp in the sheet and fix the crossings 1owith some degree of safety not ito say pleasure There has j een more or less complaint recently of the burden of local taxation It has been preached tandtaxes are necessary that we mayS hare good public improvements The taxes are with tis and the way to keep down complaint is to let the tax payer see some of theb nefitsLets at least have passable streets especially when it will cost only a little at tention and a small outlay u1YPHOID This is the season j of the year in which ty hoid fever is generally prevalent and quite a number of cases have already appeared in Spring eld and in the county The Kentucky Board f Health in atcircular urges the necessity ofb ev ry precaution being taken to rbecomer ftbe times According to scientific investigation the most common sourc of typhoid infec tion is the watOr supply Old wells are especi illy fine breeding places for the germs of typhoid fever and it has been the history re that the great majority of fever y epidemics are directly traceable to impure water The public and private wells in and about Springfield have doubtless been responsible for a good deal of the typlioid from which the community has suffered in the past The water works system it is thought will hI time provide pure water although at present the water furnished from that source is decidedly off in taste and odor however free it may be fspm typhoid or other disease germs t tuARMERS The farmer IIs A f about the only fellow who will not consent to get up a trust in these days of greatxnn bines and monopolies and 8sa nsequencebe misses great opportunities A late report from tile Department of Agriculture- discloses the following astound ing facts The farmers ofAirier poundsbof tobacco which jon an average brings them 5 cents p r pound l vjjich amounts to 135000000 only The Government then places a tar of 12 cents on each pound and draws out of it the splendid sum of 84 0000 whiczlij is i OpOjpOO more than twice what the farmers ge t The manufacturer gets the next pull atat and f6rjstemmingit flavor jngjtand putting iit iinto tie plug he gets 3 per pdundbicha- mounts to 301000 000 which is nearly four times what the far mergets You see the manu facturers stand together arid the fool farmers stand apart OR ifusT T h e OKLAHOMA fever has struck Washington county and a nu m berofventiirsome citizetns have determined to turn tlteir faces westward to the great new coun try where towns spring up al most within night and wh9re opportunity smiles invitingly on very hand to all comers with a desire to grow with the country In our local column appear the ames of some of the young men who left this week for the land f promise and others are making ready to follow These young men unlike a party from here who made the trip several weeks ago start without a re urn ticket and say they are de termined to try their hand out Heres hoping they mayall make fortune and return to their old home to enjoy it FARM FOR SALE I will at the Court House door in Springfield on MONDAY AUGUST 25th t being County Court Day offag for sale to the highest bidder the arm known as the Kelty farm situated seven miles from Spring eld on St Rose aud Loretto unqnkp ontf r ors of lIar din ereuk iitiu eoit in bout 88 acres of land 11ii it a good five room house and other improvements including good fences Terms One half cash tile balance to be paid in one two and years Lien notes bearing ixper cent interest from date will be required to secure the deferred payments For further particulars addres F KNEISEL 2513 Cane Run Road- LouisilJe Ky 200 Revrare The loaders ofthls paper will be pleased know thatcbeae is at least one dread5d disase that science oas beau able to cures in all Its stages and that catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dlser e requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directlv on the blood and mucous surface of the sys tern thereby destroying the foundation ol he disease aid giving the patient strength y building up the constitution and there by ussietinK nature in doing its work Tb- roprietors have so much faith In iU euro ive powers that they OtTer one hun r 1IoUnrs for any case that it falls to cuoe Band for list of testimonials y ddnjii F1 CHENEY ToledO 0 Sold bydruggista 5 oonts UlsFarn1lFiarc the best IISuspQcls Arrested arrestrewith breaking into the postoffice at Riloys Station The office was broken into und robbed on Wednesday night of a quantity 01 staihps and fifteen dollars in money The negroes were about twenty five yedrs old and had in their possessionsome money and a lot of clothing and razors and knives They refused to give their names Both were taken to Lebanon and lodged in jail await the action of the toI melt authorities Danville vocat4S Physician healed Dr George Ewing a prominent phy sician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years writes his personal exper ience with Foleys Kidney Cure For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and en largmentpf prostate gland 1 used everything known to the ptofession withont releif until I commenced to use Folejrs Kidned Cnre After tak ipylnrer bottles I was entirely re lieved and cured prejcribe itnev- dailyin myprctlceand heartily re commend its use to all physicians for such troubles4 I have preset ibed it in huudredsof cases with perfect sue cess Soldl Jjy Wood Drug1 Co i tBad Mian s Last Sunday evening George Shawgot few drinks ahead aid for aslight provocaticmiattgmpt1 ed to put ah end to Mr3 iEhoch Morris Young Morris is an einjl ploye of the Electric LigIfCo and isiudustrionsand f tive to busness Shaw who haj been here only a short time wnsi employed as an assistant to machinist who as doing some r j1vO kat the Electric i htp1anI He is a large burly fellow and is able to handle two such men a3 young Morris When he became jOMorrisjO draggedhim to a large open well and shoved him in The welt has about 25 feet of water in iand had some timber across the top It was to some of these timbers that Morris held to until his assailant got away when he climed out of his intended wateryi grave Shaw waived examination Monday morning and was held to await the action of thai grand jury under a bond of 15j He iis now boarding with Jaile Madden Lebanon Falcon fihatters all Records Twice in hospFAGulLege Verbena Ala palaravast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 rumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured btmdeufIam v maiion cofquers Aches JcTlla Pains Best salve in the World 25c at C J Haydons Drug Stpre WANTED Wevouldlikbrougbth- coluuns ofVupaper if there is any person who nasC used Greans August Flower fOJJ tne cure of Indigestion pyspep t Si lucI Liver troubles that ha t not been rured aud wett mfan tneir results suijb 1s souij JPhdIbabidYpqpsi bejidaobe ciespo jfeelings slewplessnoss in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medi clue ht4 been sold for years in all civtllved countrus ard we wsh to correspond with voq and und youtine of our bcIk free of cost if you never tried Aug ust Flower try one bottln firstE We hive never kno7n of its t fhihng Is so something more urious is the matter with you sk yon r cildest druggistsl The egro Excursion A monster negro excursion r 8passedLebanon The negro excursion is a permanent institution in the great republic Storms may devastate the land carrying wreck and ruin in their wake drouths may make barren theC fertile places and cyclones may transfer our liomesand other belongings to another place butI the excursion runs on The negro excursion is uot a coldt waether affair It is a warm It weather flight of dark hued heat loving beings and so it comes inf August In that most glorious period of all the yeas when thejj Luscious melon reaches its highest state of perfection and the fields are laden with roasting ears when fried chicken wander about un fried and baked potatoes raw In that season when cream is more creamy and fare When red lemonade is at picnics and girls congregate in large and beautiful bunches and spending money 1letterConstipation impaired digestion and a torpid liver are the most common ailments tUa arc respousible for that listless tirdd fagged out feeling that makes the summer a drdad ed period to so mauy people Her 1esto at CJ Haydonsi1 I had diabetesi in its worst loris writes Marion Lee ot Dunfceth Ind I tried eight peysieiatis without r FoleyIby do Drug Joss Look at her IWhence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complexion smilins face Shs looks good fee it good Here s her secret She uses Dr Kings New tAle Pills all orgatis ac tive digestion ooltlo heady aches nq chance fol tblues Try them yourself Oniy 25- catOJ HaydoDs dra store SIt RACING AT CRAB ORCHARD Revivallof Its Brilliant Ante c EeIIuthR ord Fjw turfmen appreciated the- facttbat the revival of racing at Crab Or had mpant there abiJ- iitationi of the second oldest racetrack in America Cmb Orchard Ys second al6ne toi tHe old Ken tucky Association course in Lex ington irt point ota Qandis- ijust as rich it the tradUion of racing in ante bellom days in stories of clastcon tests wageHr- over the course and In Its list of famous men wbo were Identified with the association and who raced on that historic ground It is more than half a century since raping vas seen atCrab Orchar t with the exception of a sporadic attempt made to revive the sport made in 1872 It is1fty six years sine0 last the rich planters of the entire south the courtly old racing men of that early day the beaux andIi belles of the Bluegrass gathered at this Newport ot Kentucky this Saratoga of the ScJuthwest Crab Orchard ttoo has the distinction of being the most unique race track ih Aojerica That is to say the CrabOrchard of old At the present time there is ia new hall mile track fresh in its appointments witb a new grandstand capable of holding 800 or 1000 pQople But the old Grab Or chard coarse was a full mile iin iengt and circles around a mountain which was a table laud at the cp The spectators could not sep the horse for more than onethirdof the dis ante and when they had passed the stand and disappeared round the turn wasthe time of the su preme excitement and in the few brief seconds which inter rened before thugain appear ed7ortffeirnw ugt 1e stretch lor the money which would be won when the wre was passed In that brief space when the horses had passed from view ithete was more betting more daring wagers and more reckless chance taking than had everbeen seen in any place up to that time when the question- of time was taken into consider aLlan On the edge of the table land high abova the riders and their horses the patrol judge ode arid on more than ohe occa 100 his report of fouls at the half or Hye eights pole cnanged thousands of dollars Trom one side to tthe other Befor the war the meeting at Crab Orchard was one of the chief events in tho sporting and racing world The Hoffman House Green Meyers House Carson and Harris House stakes were annual everJs as imlorlant to horsemen in those days as the great stakes run offeast and west rn these more moderntimes Such famous turfmen as Jobn Jake and Adam Harper of Long fellow fame Lord Robert A Alexander founder of the famous Woodburo stud Tom Burford who slew Judge Elotud Scott and Williao Bur ford General Aba Burford who maintained that horses bad souls Dan Swi gart who founded Elmendori the Kentucky breeding place of multiuiillinnure B Uagsin bredIJ W Hunt Reynolds who bred and raced Falsetto James Shy wbo a the age of 90 raced a horse to victory John MClay Lost Hair tMJ U My hair came out by the hand ful And the gray hairs began to creep in I tried Ayers Hair Vigor and it stoppcdThe hair from corn ingotiiand restored the color MrsM D Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure in offering such a prepara VigorItsuch satisfactioni The hair becomesthicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using such tin old and reliable preparation JIMitoWt is1sf- s1i0 dranriu cannot UpplT you send us one dollar and we will fzpr M yoaabottte BcaureandelTCWJBam of yoarx kddresi1J Qfia of tbelleadingspirits of the Eastern Jockey Club STBrane J WKuest ibe owner ofr Terra Cottajf W Tisdali who t ned forcD y Hj Jackso PIQW the proprietor of the famous Belle Meftdestudjant oaPtTo 0 Moore who for a decide utn trolled the greatest stahletofr 4horsesPerhaps one of the most un que features of tHe Crab Or cnard Bourse Is the old natural ampitheater wTiete tho cattle and other stock rinps were con ducted at the lairs which were held at the same Undo with racing In the bottom of a great hollow where xtwo giant ash trees stood the Judges standi was erected and the slock was shown in front ot tbem All around on tho slopes leading up in every direction seats were cutinjthei earth and planked tverlfor the spectatorst conven iience The signs of the old pjacfe still remain rR L Mc Clore iin Danville advocate All Weir Saved untOldriseryJ B Johnson Broughton Ga that often I was unable to wprk Then when everything else fail edt was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption My wife suff ied In tensly from Asthma till it cured her and all our experience goes to show It is the best crobp medi ci ne in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for throat and lung diseases Guar 100IHaydfor digestive weakuessnervbuaness pains in the side flatulence dizziness wakefulness headache and other an noying accompanients costiyness Herbine is a prompt add unequelled remedy Price 50 cents C JHaydpa Ne4IoILee Hughes a voting negro of Bdfgin made a dastardly attempt to assault Mrs Maggie Sargent at her home near that place several nights ago and after a desperate struggle with the women was frightened away ere he accomplished his heinous purpose Mrs Sargent is the widow of Elijah Sargent who was killed by his brotherin law Wm Boss as detailed in the Democrat at the time and she has been making her home east of Burgin ce then with her mother in llaw Mrs Adam Bos J A few nights ago the negro went to the house about three oclock inthe morning aud crept inside without disturbing any one the Presencebeing awakened by some one having hold of her S e spring upin the bed and began screaming and striking the negro with her hands The screams aroused Mrs Boss who immediately joked her daughter in law and the negro realizing the sit ation grabbed both women and drag g d both women across tile room to the window when he reteased his grip oi them and boundei through the windowASsQgn as he released his lhbld on Mrs Boss she picked up a double barrelled gun which was lying near the window and opened fire op hindi but owing to the dark aod her excited stale she did not hit him The negro fled to oYlecounty but will be arrested and returned here for trial Mrs Sargent says he had hisj fiice smeared with flour7prob Ilr br the purpose ef concealing his identity but she identified l him neverthessI Later Sheriff McDowell of Bjpyle county Arrested Hughes ad brought him here Wednesx djiThdlodgedbithirijal1 He will be given an examining trial to rnorrowHarrOdsburg Oem i CemmptlM ThrcateMtj I vas troubled with a hackingr cough for a year atid IJ1adconsnmp tidnsys O Uoger 211 Maple gt Champaign III 1 tried a great maui Teniijie and I was tiuder the careof physicians for several months I used one bottle of Fojcys Honey and Tar 4 I CV4JI4 me and I have ti t been troubled sltfftf Sold by Wo J DrPR91 l ffyi itlWill cnre Briht5IeeW- ill care Diibetes tr Will cufe stone in Bla ader Wilt curfrKiduey and Blad4erfliseM C o SS L I f t the food iOYALIMSSPS58NWi more defciow Md t I 1 s Kufcitluz LTbe Harrddsburg cofrespohd entof the Lexington Herald sends the following to that papr which sounds Iika pipe story The Knklnxin the Perr vilfe to send out notices t6 many citizens A man named Cplder Who received must leave the country instead of being aiarmed has bought a repeatihg rifle aud has written and posted a number of notices defying the night raiders and inviting them to carry out their tthreat against him He tolls them thit he cowardly to undertake to ex ecute it jQof the best men in that community was heard to Itter an oath on the street and lie has received a warqing riot to repeat the offense The men who were5whipped a fewnights agoand warned to leave und r a penalty ol death are still in the neighborhood Theybayo forti tied their homes and are awaiting a second call from the regu- latorsl and btoqdwill flow if the attack is made A Summer Trip Unsurpassed on thb Cent in nt The trip lo Salt Lake City or to the Pacific coast via tbatpomi over the Denver RIo Grande and the Rio Grande Western is the most beautiful in America Nb European trip of equalleDgtb olin compare with Illin grandeur of scenery or wealth of novel lln Wrest Then Salt Lake City it sell is a most quaint and pictur esque pjace all worth Uj 8 oiirney 7ItHbrmah temples tabernacle thblDoffice9an church institutions its hot sul pher sprinjes within the city jim its its delightful temperature sunny climate and its Great Salt Lake deader and denser than theReffKeain Palestine are but a few features ot Salt Lake City s countless attractions They are parks drives canons and beaatiful optlying mountains and lake resjrtis Imagine if you can a bath in salt water a mile abovesea level and in- wateriri whicVyou ctfiinot sink Inquire of your nc arest ticket agent for tow tourist rates to Salt Lake City or write for in formation and copy of Sale Lake City tbecity pf the Saints to S K Hooper general passen ger agent Beaver Colorado 1O6 Years Old Mrs Mary Bell probably the oldest woman in Kentucky and one of the oldest in the United States is dead at her home near Duunvilie Casey county at the advanced age of 106 years Her death was due to the infirmities of age though until a year ago she was abler to be around the house Stieflhad a wonderful with great vividness of jtnind incii dents of the war 1812 and of the etcltinfir times in the pioneer day p Kentucky Mrs Bell was born during the administration of GeorgQ Washington and- liyedduring the administration of ery President ofthe United States from Waghfngton to Roosevelt Shpo liyed in the three jrjtrbries She was a relation of Sheriff T J1 Bell of Casey county Was it BshpJ- A good many people hers ire of theopinidn that HW1Tracy is none other than the boY George Bishop grown to a aiaQ who was sent away from her1 some years ago Ho was liviig with his step father Allen sv LL t Nasal 1asiMsMi clsMh fimck11s t clt set 310 SWNNLlY ct 5 N6TtI I tM il neighborhoodcontinue beIknostbeyaratoo oryanacouldrecall JCA1AIII EI1Cr1II3IIi ItC8llaa4I1rlTtlIWlf mfIecbfaMI11MsiINiX- LY agewho is still herer and was the most incorrifabl lad ever known ind no otiewsesysa able to conquer him At tht time there was no place m this state for a youth of his character jed- a number of 14dM ltdthemselves in his behalf raited the money and sent his in charge of JaMes Lit ey to the Iowa Orphans home He ran away from that instilutioa aMum her of times and was caught and brought back but eventually made his escape arid nothing has since ben heard of hiii unless he be Trady In the sc count of his desperate doings be was spoken of as J3aviage and the published pictures lttieoutlaw have a strikuHTtee blence to theJEKJy who was teat from here to Iowa Tracy escapades thrilled thewhdleBtiea In escaping frpm the statepen itentiary bean Merrill kkpart ner killed thre guards Tracy afterwards killed Merrill CooIniwhis own life rather thanbcap tured after beinl1tat liberfyiorer two months defying tbe o oert and miiitla of two state Han rodsburg Herald 2 OAUTXONh This is not a gentle wont Irak when you think how liable you are not to purOb53e for 75 ee te be only remedy VMirenaUr jond a ramedy that has bd the largest sale of aurv jUlieta in reoandand Throat and LanQoib4eg l1IMpepilbrittall be thankful we called your attention to Bbscbeeg GerLs- Syrup There are so tasyor dinry cough remMie made by druggists and otKert that are cheap arid good for light colds CongbBronchitis for Consumption where tperelc moqiluging there is notbiag like Gsr man Syrup Sold by allli r tgsstsintho civilized world G G Grean Woodbiar r K Y ent dIi Shelbyj49Londpn Florence Ait273Q Germantown Aiagmat 27 Ol lstoWIJepteJBbft8J Elus bethtown Seber94rSpringfield Septeatber 101 Glasgow September JMJ Ewing September1113- Borse CoveY September 1710 Louisville ep 1ber 2227- Hartford October 14 freHy Ktntiyct There is OM Mto 6ttlie delegation JKentiekf vJUk to the Salt Lake reaikw BOW whirling tbroBgh th weaip Ite way to Salt Lake CitywoJa os a more roll ubcr miiwio jibMi just attewUBg the gatberi CIftbeartlered eeTJd te Mrs Kale Percy CaMLtba Ky who go to 4Ut1kdto wed ber sweeibeart of tWrty five yean ago Mrs Jaiis a Iremairka e womap HerlatbtrwM it4Iof Coviuftoi Mrs Gala wM ed ncatedat Naxaretk Jir whiok betook a full coaiyeMLjaeiieiaay and surgery at tbe Gti I College of Sargery sir bead died fcNirtee jeern afo since ws she hM Ea 11CI her afairs sad- steallforiiis a c Miklai Jt v Thirty yean lCo Jtfre Oaim was uatttecMrtaUf w4i4 bjr a swthwtw alter mMJ4 vpdbl Wl and s JM fNMot walikus IM u d- LsedyllCo H I M true to hi Ltcy e ==tiy reM w d a sale wkiui MrOib wU his M Owsis klker will s rie4sedMd lswrB 4el bs t- IilI tseM 1qs I PsIkist sit bst- tliiEni it s asIt t MItIMtort isr rvss caqps a a wU I r r IFI = rj= THE NEWSLEADER pJ3LIED EvJKY TXUAIOAY i stAt YEAR IN ADVANCE 1f PIHGFIELQG i f 2 ali1K x DAvISON J t FL1SU f L jqat 11otIqcs iqcen the Srst uwertlt o A for tt tack Bujjseqwnt InserOqm CAlls pacnI1M tis afcui political matt- erpuuai Ll t nAT jr work Is doiee at 1w rtebut Cash ifi Zii bIW oa Jejfv rypfKood AfrendlBgcontnicimad on liberal S rr4ji t Obituaries and resolutions of respect 3 l Lpfll LNNOUjjMZNT5 ti L vcwuy Magl1tratJ 250 c JMrety OMcers 500 District Offlces KUO j 7TfflJASDA AUGUSTS 1W2 J for Gtrcalt C1erk- WaoMLorzed to announce to 3 same ofz i i u F BOSI IY is a candidate for the office of Clerk i r tie Washington Circuit Court 1 bjeet to the notion of the Demo 1 j r cratIa party 1 rt l H Although it has been repeated iy given out that hostilities in f i the Philippines had eased ihe war goesmerrily on A news ifeiSisays thatit is believed at Manila that Gen Onaffee will jfydrgeiy increase the American forces in Mindanao andwii l issue Moros pan f ultimatum to the hostile things are coming around r Ljjust ns his friends predicted thjeyywould for Charlie VJcChord i aiihis race for Railroad Com misslotier Allen K Smith and J oppo1ft netitsi have withdrawn and unless J 0 i all signs fail it will be Meahord flrtthe rest nowhere j A President Chas M Schwab of tifetl S Steel Corporation has t Broken down trying to earn his million dollars aryear salary and SasTgone tc Europe to try to get hissJiatterednerVCS restored I tj 7 Undervvater Fraltw The most consplcucw examples ol plants whose fruits ripen only untLi- wnter tire furnfshcil by the species Yalllsnerla siiIrallstpIantK found most sly lu tho south qf Europe but also Jcl elsewhere In aquariums s The male flower is short uWT iuslgnlfl cant while the ifemalp growi on a very long dam of corkscrew shape and has Bomethjnff of the appearance oro snowdrop It floats ou the surface of the water until the fertill tiou by means Of flu tolJe Is complete The Epiral then contracts and the fruit is 4I withdrawn under the water to ripen Notable epecfinend otunderwnterrlp lJyltltiiierfa known popularly as the uwater soldler Of martlie plants certam riettes ot seaweeuV notably the tedl pfllbO ripen under water Pearsons Weekly j c The Xt raronl of Tfnplca A century ago ther were 80000 laz ron1tt1nNnptcsNe1therdJsease lipr want bas diminished their number Their children die nta irulrnte ibut there are mane hospitals for the survivors and neither hoard nor lodg lug costs them much wlat a ma lture nee they are turned loose into t itlit world to become lazzaroni in their turhjllke tuclc unknown fathers and mothers fWhat fS3 Iazzaronfcln it may be jacked According 0 polletta he isa bf lug who jives hojv he can without fworking tf he puts nis hand to box vest labor he is no lloHgcr a lazzarone It may be doubted whether the lax zarone will ever become extinct The PrcntiJtatIou scheme will not oust hlnot make him change Us habits i He Is more thau halt what bi cUm te tbakcs hint National Jlcvlcw iT j L 4 c 7 f MRiLS ADAMS 01 Galrerten Texas Indwlabluitngit4ba F seven years with weakness and Mar mjdown pains and having tried sev i eral doctors and different remedies with no success your Wine of Cardul l eWalthe only thing which helped ate f and eventually cured me It seemed to etrengtheaIA By tired women Mrs AdamsI 1nervous Women who have IcliSoroered menace falling of the 01UteseYou can cure Jourselfat home with I thisjrreat women remedy Wine of Srduh Wine of Cardni use Lcured thousands of cases which 1BOtinftito have 100 bottles Jar Tat liver or bowel diloc hr Thedforda BlackDraught t 1llO4iIdbeI5CtI PpJlItiratwe M4ii iivthC rld zvnr 11i a V V t News ifol TheGouny I ftsppsnliifmiit th t y uity Rp1e as Reported by our Correspondents HM M M MM i M H MOORfiSVILLk Jimmie Mann losttwo yalu blecowsiasLweek r Prospects forjmgood corkcrop arejyery javorableTigpresentC K re1turpvilie iis pndingafewd Ys with relativeahfere JastiIMSeveral of our boys and rlqi attended a social at Mn Cooksies near Botland last Saturday night Hubert Virgin lost a valuable horse byeating clover and cobs on which Paris Green had been spilled The infant child of Mr and Mrs Elijah Farris died August 16th and was buried the follow ing day Mr J Mv Wall delivered about 175 bushels of wheat to Harry Thompson Springfield aj 75c per bushel SOurbase ball quite well They will play several match games in the fnearMiss Ora Violette of Lebanon after spending a week with her sister Mrs Annie MV Payne re turned home last Saturday Messrs Walter and Jerome Wells Claud Cheathara and Lafe Harlow of WHHsburgr were over to see their friends last Saturday MrS H Weakley made an assignment last week for the benefit of his creditors F Grgsby is named as assIgnee Wt P Royalty iis closing out lt1J W 0 Ellis who generally measures out all the1 grain that is threshed in this neighborhood reports the following number of bushels he has measured this season wheat 8182 oats 1100 Rye 300 orchard grass 88 barley 6 all within a radius of- tt lc omnesfr 1foresl View Al Wlieatiey sold to Fonzy Medley n row and 9 pigs for 36 Richard Blandford bought of Oscar Auberry a sow and 5 pigs for22Weare very sorry to learn that James O Bryan lost his val uable mare last Sunday morning Vat OBryan bought oi John Cambron his buggy and harness for 40 and sold the buggy for 36 retaining t harness We are informed that Sam Whayne and Miss Agnes John- sOn eloped last Sunday with the intention of getting married Nothing more has been heard off them at this writing John OBryan is working a section on the Lebanon and S T ROSQ pike He isi making one of the bet jobs we have ever seen He is so nice and pleasant with his hands that they are on time every mprning and make the gravel fly Mrs George Riney and Miss Florence Warren after severaltf weeks stay here among relatives and friends boarded the train at Lebanon for their home in Davis county They were most delightfully entertained at their fri ndsbouseAt the rain is most beautifully falling and we do be ThomasIl Ithe fcrowqingtham and lofyje on Palmer Grundys fine cornand mashing it in tie mud and ruining nis fine watermelons BOO CR Mr Love Settles bas been on tile sick list i gfastA series of meetings is in pro byEJderBurns Miss Nettie Yates and her spentfeweck a Mr George Golvin and Miss triptonoon i i Miss Ltila Thujeraan of Louis vine has returned home after a delightful visit to her friend IMissiI iingil rgwnsOphelia Yates JfL J Miss Bettie Cummings and tha1tieBronthe charming guests of Miss JenneXates last week Quite a crOwd of ypung peo pIe attended the moonlight fete given by Miss Electra Cooksey pfvBptland All reportahenjoy abletiDief Pleasant drove J So Yankey was in Louis Allle SaturdayI Mrs Dayid Fitzgeraid iis quite illat this writing J B Kelley and Wm Jones were in Perryville MondayI Bev Brown Springfield was here with relatives Monday Walter Ttayborne of Louis villeis visiting J Thompsons Miss Naomi Brown is the guest of Mrs Harry Brown qf Lebanon Mr and Mrs N P Thompson Returned Saturday rom a trip 10 Louisville Miss Caroline Jones will lleava for Midway here she will enter college Marshal Duncan of Spring ffield spent last week with 1isv uncle Thomas Duncan Mrs Huston Parks of Perry Viije was herewith herson Baron Parks last week Mrs Will Merritt has returned after a two weeks visit to rela lives in Bloomfield B B Leachman By rOil Parkst Steve Thompson and NtiThompson attended the fair at Dauville U Miss Naomi West one of Dan villes most beautiful young lladies is the guest of Miss Liz zie May Gregory Mrs Thomas Graham of Louis ville and May Lampton of Springfield have b en visi ing at N P Thom pons Miss Lizzie May Gregory and Harry Reed were guests at the home of Sam Humphrey If Bloomfield Sunday ofLexitJwith the parents of Mrs Carter Mr and Mrg J SYankey Dudley Shehan of Valley Hill has rented the Will Hays turn for tbe following year Will and Ed Duncan have rented the farm 01 Rod Neall for 600 Steve Thompson left Tuesday for Oklahoma Steve isa young man of tine business quaJUtica tions and will doubtless make a success in his now home Ivan Crow has bought the huckster wagon of Crow andi Brawley of Polin He will run the wagon between Ithis place and Louisville once every week The rain Monday was of great benefit to the scorched and burning crops as there has been a drouth here nearly the whole season A full corn crop is not expected while tobacco is in a far worse condition that it has beun for y ars- Peasant Grove laud seems to have a partiality as to demand at present Several prospective buyers from different parts of the state witn the object of lo catinghave been here during the past two weeks SJ far 091 yet no deals have been completed although several places here are for sale The members of thu Ladles Aid society called a meeting at the burch last Thfursday after noon to consider the question whether to invest the surplus ofi the society in new benches forth church or build a new fence around the graveyard The proceeds were voted tc go for the benches When starting for Bloom Hedl Thursday Mrs Will Hays met with what might have been a seriousaccident A telephonewire which had been torn loose from the pole caught in the surrey overtur ing it with the occupants Mr Hays and three oflabuggy nodamage were red incurj C W Oderand Co have sold their stock of dry goods fr cerI ies hardware nnd good WIUtoJ Elbridge Pinkslon and WJill Clemens oJjyalley Hill Poses sion giv6 December 12 lf02 j Mr Pinkston who will hae chaY orthir ton is a wen1 knoym business man of this see tion ati4w11 make aSUbC is ot hls now enterprise Mr Ode r has purchased a place near Hillsbojjp known as the Jot C1 ra ort which premises he will erect a store and reenter t e mercantile business 0 Valley HflliI Mrs Charlie Lewis is back in bed and dangerously ill Clifton Tatum was in Louis- vmelast week buying goodst viIl Some are tobadeo w ghileothersping Jim Layer of Louisville is upending the summer at this placed Mr Frank Seay andl wife visited their daughter near Beech landl Saturday and Sundays Howard Tatum bought a ofDrMary Sheilds bought a farm fromNate Weekley Weekley ought 50 acres from Fred Cheatham fir 1000 and Cheat hum bought farm near Fen wick PULLAWI LIeryi convalescent D Frank Hardin and Ada Gorken wero married by Rev Thomas Bird They stole a march onlthe old folks who objected to the union On Wednesday evening last Iho house and contents belong iing to Mr McGirknear Fairview church Wits destroyed by tire As the property au insured iit is a great loss to Mr McGirk RevO 0 Allen is conducting revival at Fairview church Rev Burns has just closed a series of meetings at Chaplit oik Rev Terrell will begin urrieetingnt Prices Chapel NoJay night Aug 12 assisted by ro Pike of Luwrenceburg On Aug 9th the Baptist Methodist and Christian churches hell a Sunday school picnic at Chaplin Fork church Prof Green well of the CoEducational Institute delivered an interest ing address reviewing The his tory of Sunday schoolsntc and ha declared That at the dawn of the 21st contury the Millenium would he ushered in Prof Greenwell was followed by Rev Fiser of the Methodist church and Rev Burns of the Baptist church After speaking was over the ladies spread a delicious dinner and there un der the canopy of the blue sky amid grand forest treesalluresqnt partook of the sumpt uous feast such ns a king might have admired Then after the sun had crossed his fneridiun old and young amused themselves by conversation croquet and a hotly contested game of ball We received a letler from J E Prather of Maroa and he said that the NEWSLEADER is their most welcome visitor and that every issue bristles with entertaining matter from Washington county their Old Ken tucky Home Hoping the NEWS LEADEU a pleasant berth iin every home in Washington cou nty I remain yours OTTO TtNWIGKk Mrs T P Kelley is very sick at this writing- J N Cull and frife wero at Willis burg Sunday Miss Susie Spalding is visiting Miss Hattie Natty this week Elmer Anderson has gone to Winchester to see his best girl Add Bowles bought of Will Barker a nIce young mare Ic sioo Messr Steve Rogers ondTom- iarmonJ spent Sunday with Sam fettles Mrs Ella Buff of Rose Hill f pent Sunday with T J Nail and family Mr and Mrs John McAlister famUyofIs John KeljeybUnd Joe Smith made a flying trip to Fred jCnckstown Sunday Will Harmon and sister have returned from Boyle c9untYi where they have been visiting rolatives rh rewasaniinlerestihggame of baUplaveJ here between our SaturdavThcstorestood oFofLhehome 1 T ere will beai iccreamsu1 per at J D Barkers on Friday 1 II J jIIts as beneficial In winter If you run down It will uinplcIsend for free acpvorii evening Apgust22 for the ben e tit of the Mackville New Bap tist church Every one is in vitpd to attend Hours from opi One of the most enjoyable occasions of tthe season was a social iiven by Miss Pearl FenWick on l ast Saturday evening Those IndMyrtleMinnieand Lulu Barker Lena and Verna Rogers Mattie Beg lley Sue and Ada Fenwick Sfcit tie Nally Susie Spalding Lena Cecil Mary and Ztlpah die MessrsrWalter Warren and Rosio AndersonI Walston John Kelley Lon and Will Barker C milus ami George Gillispie Arthur Thompson Walter Folvy John Clark Edd Bowl Shannon Thompson Steve ABeiley Sam Roe Ed Shewrauker ElyinYaste George land Stanley Fenwick Theb and L v Fenwick t Mackville DrH W W Hyat cold an y year old horse lo W SfGibbs for 100 Blake Arnold bought a unchi of 55 pound shoats of John Elmliota 6 12pJ T Watts sold a bunch of 100 pound hogs at 7 1 2 cts tto partiesr m ar TexasiJohn Sallee sold an 195 acre arm to Mayes and Lester lor 2200 possession given Spt 15 Miss Pauline Burdette ofBry anlsville Garrard cSuhty was visiting at the home ofj J N Arfnold in town last vveelf Reuben Bottom bouaht a bunci of 100 lb Logs of Bill Novell Rose Hill at 7 cents and sold a sow anti ilfiveMisses Sadie of Fu Worth TexT and Chat Mayes of Louisville who h en visiting in our icinity havEirreturned homer Scyl r Bowles and Will Ray borne in compar y with Miss Ida Thompson and Doe Sweenev spent last Saturday at Hgh Emma Cox one of our most popular yourg ladies after a pleasant visit to friends al Camp bellsville and Bradfordsville has returned home W P Hatchett bought four mules ages ranging from two to ihres different parties at 75 to 110 per head one 7 year old horse of Robert Milton for 50 also one of T S Kelley for 350 and sold Walter T rhune of Har Io sburg 4 to and three yearf old horses at 50 apiec Gartwri hls Greek Mrs Walter Smith is on the sick list at this writing Mrs Joe N Carrico entertained a crowd of old people Tves day v Mr John Blandford sold his horse to Will Blandford for 10525 b1 ary and Jessie Carrico entertained someof their many friends Tuesday evening Mr Tom Wheatley sold his buggy to Rob Riney for 05 Success Mrs to TomIhasI been sick fore some time weI learn is improving Miss Lillian Orkies gave a social last Thvrsdav in honor tfI Miss Florence WarrenIMrs Sara wick isvisiung her son Walter Smith of this placeiQuite an interesting game of croquet was played at J B Car ricos last Sunday evening Miss Mary B Carricoland Mr Mock came out winners Miss Flora jce Warrenwho Ibis been visiting friends and rela tiyesvofthis place returned to herhome ip Davis county last Saturday m ch to the regret of her young friends which she gained while here Messrs J e Blandford Kent Blandford and Jonu Cumbron left for oklahoma M ndiy to try their luck They Iave our sincere wishes for their succors Misses Nora and Julia Smuh ca termini da large crowd of young people Sunday evunhig in a charming manner iffL1IIIleelLaxativeIIMIr ut I WI l iWijiWiwijj jiWi jtjitji jWBcOiJ tVi y 1bfhe11- I 1 I t j I ifiJOur Itt vehicles market jg Call and make and be ready for jsf v I SEEING1 rI1UrEq itiYou must isj near at hand and 1 F 615 we have grass seeds of aJI kinds x I f Jlf I We make aSpecialtyt of Seed l 2 j t f1 1 IiI 1f fmm lflf lffIftMI IftMffo foT f fI f f Iof fo fo pfmom ESTATEi For by GG G WHARTON Agent ftollowinghi Washington conuij a Also haven y charge several pieces of town Fall description of any of this property famished on demand LIST OF FARMS 20 acre farm goi lindfirstclaa improvements of vity kind near Price er acre 330 acre farm 3 miles from near the plkt u at class improvements of ever k id Price 4tper acre 285 acre farm 6 n from Spring fluid fairly good 1 good barn and good oatbnik farm well fwitced and watereu rice 30 per ucr 14o acre farm 1J n from Spring eld good improver ts well fenced and watered not uu J1c but near pike Prloe 825 230 acre farm miles for Spring fluid on the pike good JImprovements of every kind well i ced and well watered Price 840 150 acre farmS ji from Spring fleldon tbe pike ml small house and Jam large Ito co moitly in grass price s50 per acre 200 acre farm 2 mili from Hpringv Held onttie pike plain tomforUihle iouse on he tarn ucl watered und enced price 30 per acre 105 Acre farm 3 miles from Spring field J mile from pike farm some out of repair but first clash land price 30 per acre 240 acre farm 6 miles from Spring field on the pike small boa e and barn farm well fenced good deal of ttimber land lays well price 25 per acre 170 acre farm 10 mile from Spring field good land fairly good improve ritantfl price S3700 200 acre farm 7j miles from SprInt field on pike firstclass improvements of every kind good In ii well watered price S45 per acre 150 acres of land 6 miles from Springfield no improvements 60 cores of creek bottom price 30 per acre 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on pike good land firstclass lImprovements lays well mostly in grass price 84250 per acre e2 acres of land 7 miles from Spring field on county rOd smalf house good tobacco barn price 60 acres of land 5 miles from Sprlng field on Pleasant Run small house and barn good well lays welll price 830 per acre 185 acre farm 8 miles trout Spring field good house and barn soDie timber well fericprt and watered price 60 acre farm 7 wiles from Spring field on the pike good small house and barnmofltly in gruas well fenced prlco 2000 70 acre farm 4 mllfa from Spring field on the plkeJgood house and barn 10 acres creck bottom good well and milk house farm mostly in grass price 1500 Miss Gladyg saldold 1C my suit Is not agreeable to you Jr so frankly but do not 1 beg of you tell me that old old story that you will always look upon me an a brother Sir replied the loycly maiden her eye ilt up with the deathless flame of a pure young hearts devotion u do not love you well enough for a brother but I have no objection tt taking you OA husband Pecnllar Jap1 Dlaeaae The Japanese llki the Chinese are subject to a peculiar disease called Uakke In which the ttlelltlstbevJc tim of an lucreacJng lethargy and Aveakncss and a slow degeneration c the nervous system It Is said to I I dueI to eating rlcewblchlstheJtn- Ptoaofthec untry and be awe Uoiated If not cured by a chance of diet London H6spltaL A Tiresome a Story TVhats the matter with you 7 Ive just been asking old Jorkins for his daughter And he cut up TOugh eh 7V He did After be had said Yerf he insisted upon telling me the story of his life skid Jt took a full bourn CleveAnd Plain Denier r trr Z iidStice caq toseilthem j close figures house is noir nIII ofsomeofth llatesildiqb 1i biest on the f Any Style and aUf Pricc1 a selection Spifrngw i ftiremember Nprtheri Oa1sl IRMiR t REAL Sprincfleld SprIng- field arnfarnl 30pemacre Moneybags enD IInIIrT Reversed 9iti JW SOUTURN MUTUAL f 1ft i U ilvesfment Comittiifl Of Lexington Ky I G1 W MCELROY t i r AENTr c J c lflsnrinleldKy ijl= N t I t tI Ja = EMENT J Pricesotii j t D R ESSD Lr rT V 4RL- ATH 7 ASEiahd OORS andSHINQLES CONTRACTINGn- ythingn f 1 the building efat the SPRING I ELD LUMBER CO s Yard y 0 GALL 0D GET PRIORS fvpend the Summer at ASIYiLLECha- rmingly L Situated in the beautiful rl f ntaiPRgpn of Western North Cao Lia Icnown s ihp Land oi theHky Easily rea fted by the Southeiti Railway Clear Bracihg Atmosphere t Good cII1Pcrature Magnificent Scenery l A delighiful retreat from the intense heat of the Summer- Land of theICSkycook free on Receipt off two Gent stamp for postage j v f 0HHjungerford I PA- t oulivmEKy All AJu P A S4StlLouisJlo fl fif Speijcerj GIMg Kfc Louis Mo TC NORTHERN JMCMICAN Through Sleeplw cars fr LMISVIIkL Sleeping cars runriiig to Northern Michigan resorts from Loufivilla over Pennsylvania Short Lines und G R I Railway The fEishlnjR Llnr will gstabliflhed June 22 1902 lear lag Louisville 4 p m dally arriving Petoskey Traverse City Bay View Harbor Springs and Mackahaw City next morning Mackfnae Island at noon Meals on dining cars For special Infonna Uon addre sQJI ling ertv DJP A LoaIy1lieXVS tpekwaki aM 4MV41 laxative BromoQuinlne Tablets CUrt old in cue ay IfoCur fNo Pay U6 Missouri acic B Aay Affords prospector lhealth or pIe sure seeker defcidtdlr better wtiiChtor9ChkkJM orIJahHud the Nortbwestt Strouiiand Deji veria oMMctioa rttRlOGrHclnYSt Extrelely L Exctrimittii iliti 1t thesilwiiit rIIOII tfas to Colorado Utah srI PacikaCoast Resorts AUi tnuns equipped wUhekctiic 1 JiiiaIPullmanJ a curieservice O iT had operatiiijf thioagh Pullrn n standard Sleepers St Louis to srfu Francisco via Sc iIc Culo ado uhd Bait Lkt the vi ar TOiiuS Personally eop4eted SIJIyrrrruesduv Louis 6i30 pm vf dh aJayi anq Friday frctn Kaesae Giij through XJdlprjadQ aTifl Utsu to ihe Puific Coat An Ideal Route During the Four se asoBs Stopovers viThet morning and evenlHg tialaa4 St I Louis to transact business or visit the Worlds Fair Site Handsome descriptive literature will be mailed free Frinforaeatei ilow rrpflaWcnfoJeaddress L T GMatewzA H C T KyriA5tLeeIaNot T1OLIUCtkTMfl t J frsiiittisvIIkwUismt Jlf71 Cr r Take fho Sleef Car wWdC wtM leave Loaisvllte 4P w lIt lWMjrl vauia Short Liae yl Indiaaaydto nnd Lbfan f ort over VM j UtlirOugkL aotte yk G mJt Jbto Kalamuo0 theevaMMdpw OM traItTM tkrotth oar will iMnr Luuli villa dally at 4 pa bsaIIJOJiR6f2j larria1 sCxtaord adkeissdoforrNbt on Uc St ClairTl r and Canada G 4d Uito from CHH g erly D K A I ouiiyWieXy THE NEWSLBADE Yw L aDiLURTON DENTDIENTIT e Jl i S 1ETH EXTRACTED WHOUT PAIN J1I zokHa mekUtPh rtPItINGJlElxy i T1 Denial Workr Strictly Firstclmti t0 bOFI JHLAMPTONSi 1 j r oF ICEIVApera Ueiwe R Sl SMOCK I i1 4PMINGFIKLD KY I pFFKEJr Rinebarfs lor IMt joBoes over Peoples Deposit Bik OMcbou 12to2p m Sf Jt W F ORIOSBY IATTORNEYATLAW OAe ov r Peoples Bank SPRlMiFIELD KY I 10 JEXAS A NEW FAST TRAIN Bttartwa sH LMfe s4 XSMM City aM KLAHOMA CITY WICHITA MNISON SIiIAIDALLAS fORT WORmq JU4 friM al potota U l zu i4tha focU VMtlTkte ftrala U new Urowckevt and to z aa4 e tka Me K cqalpmeot prcylded wHk fecrk Urku asci all other modem noIellRM River Divifticinc I7 sfrMjuw kowa to stederm earbulI4ig Md railroading bu beeR ewployed t Ia et Waaen1a Cafe bnatIn Cars vdr tIte aaageeat of Fred HarrcT riicraMaa sa to rata aud aU lIet11 of J troutewill be ekeerfufly aar ntn net WI w I AeIO MURRAY Gen Agent 4O7WaInutSncinnatiO J Notice tof nfHirties desiring a good safe ihv stnieijt for small sums WiiV excellent rate of interest write jf usJor particulars A resident 1i solicitor wanted Pennsylvanial Improvemept and Investment o 703 Baer Building Reading 11n v Ftr rapsqu irio bites or stints ofrl j animals 4C reptiles apply Bal lards Snow Kineaieiit L counteracts ttbefiotsoni suld les thr nllam lon and heals tne flcwh Prica 25 and 60 cents at C J Haydoua drug store 1ForSalet I hi qkory l7 tobiicco sticks Apply at my Jmil 6 miles frdm Springfield ar t on ithe Bardstown road For jflpirticulars address 1 J H DEVINE 28Jt7 Springfield Ky Lumber for Sale a fY i1I lhle frpm 20000 to IL 80 IQOEefof oak lumber for sal Will saw it any size to r v sui kpurcn ser HUGH STILES Tt ffe Vii f 4i Springfield Ky lIEK8ER60IlHTY LAHpS LTJ t yQffen the best iinvestment to f i ieiat now We ca tell you why We can show you the mney in Them We cat sell you wfiat you want and at bottom jprices We have little i arid big farms small payments pricedWrJtend see us for the time is ripe rjJ J W GRUME Co L Taylorsville Ky ttt I TMyrIadc Jt lii with joy I tell you what Kodo 4l CMe I was troubled with my i atoiHieli for several moBtfas Upon 4 j eladvise4 to use Kodol Idles r stt Aer tcaasottel theg9od it has dyspepsiaWtlwtlHthadd I lJ rii4Jrim to use Ko4pl Words of grktitn4e mere a it Gco w r JTrrVMalowa Health and streugth- e4ISIllSdUdbO4ydcperl4onL l Ihestbm achmntsermalaotivityof the dlest recqnti fffitc4tA tt4ccsreiall stomach and r nm4 trl difiTCiion dyspepsia f JCp44 IiMsiy good food Take a is e after m4 k C J Haydon t 1m yi vre Ilt rTOWN7 n i iI lil i liiiiliili Klllat ItrtThe FshtHnd Latest All About Y urscir Friends and Acquaintances Ilit 1A fine line of CurryTappF i Seed Ryfor sale ThOrnps n Green t If you want a first class tea we haveit Curry appI FonSLEA complete butchers outfit Apply toDr HnHor l r I have 15 good stock ewes for sale G R CLEMENTS 8 Vre have the finest stock of green and roasted coffee on the market Curry Tapp A istrong man struck the town on Tuesduy and amused crowds on the streets by an ex hibition of muscular strength You can always find a full and fresh stock of Rudolph and Browns fine candies at Curry A Tapps LOST Between my home and the Wood Drug Store a gold watch fob Suitable reward for its return ALFRED CHESHIEB BULLS FqBBALE Iii a v e two fine ifpllecr Angus bulls for sale two arid threesyearsfnld- l 3 ROBY I Simms Ky jtLpST rrdStrayedfrpm my place a 2Ly ear old brown mare mule about 4 hands high Reward for its return to James Hughes Bloomfield Ky LosTAt Frederickstown on last Sunday a silver spoon with the1letter ML engrave on it Finder will leave at this office and receive reward A big game of baseball is scheduledfor this afternoon at Simms pirk between a nin com posed of Lebanon andy Camp bellsville players and tbeming Stars of this place f The Lebanon Base Ball team came ovrTuesdayand played tbe Cy lonmt of this place The result was a victory for LeL anbtfby scbreof16to This is the first game the Lebanons have won here this season and the visitors were almost tickled to death Prof Gordon of Boston will race his motor cycle against a thoroughbred race horse in a series of races best two out of three at the Nelson County Fair It has long been amuch disputed question which was the fastest a motor cycle or a running horse and the result of these matches will go a long way towards settling the questIon STRAYED From my place one Southdown buck sheep with ring in one ear aud ear flaps over When last heard from hew s on the old Kimberlain place now owned by Charlie Brady Any information gladly received b r J C WALKER Simms Ky Great interest is being mani fested in the antomobile races that are to come off during the Nelson County Fair CarlFisher of Boston one of the entries drove his machine a mile last season in 54 scconds andclaims that it is laster than ever before It will truly be u thrilling sight to see these machines weighing over two thousand pounds each being guided around the Bards town track by tieir drivers at a faster rate of speed than is attained by expresed trains Mr George Russell of this county and Miss Exie Cook of TayloTSville were married at Bard town Saturday The groomnis a well to do farmer of Maple Bill being the youngest of the Russell Bros well known farmers and stock traders The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs James Cook of Tayl rsv1lleSh has been teaching school 1 at Chaplin and attended the Teachers Institute at Bardstown last week At the cl9SeottheinstituWMrBussellwastherEJ home They decided tosurprise their friends by getting married A reception w sheldat ihe SaturdayevenmgMr fownehousekeeping at once iorj2J timers Attention I will be in Springfield on County court day Monday Aug 25 and want to buy your mule colts horse colts and broke mules W O TERHUNE Jhey All Want It The NEWSLEADER Has sub scribers from Canada to Texas and from New York to San Fran cisco and even in the Philippines All classes and conditions of men take it and enjoy reading iits columns The letter published below shows that neither prison bars nor the restraining walls of asylums can head us off The letter explains itself and is as follows Lakeland Ky Aug 17 1902 E LDavison Jr Editor of NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky Dear Sir lam at present a patient in the Central Asylum Kentucky My opportunities for earning money are- limited but formerly claiming Washington county mv home I would greatly appreciate the favor if you would send me the weekly NEWSLEADER care of Dr Furnish LaKeland Ky and oblige Yours Truly J F Sansbury Washington Collegiate In stitute Next session of school opens Sept I Thorough instruction in all branches from the primary to the highest grades This is an important year io those who wish their boys and girls to take a good stand in the graded school to be established next year A full years instruction may mean an advance of one or two years when the grading is made A full corps of teachers to be employed To the people of Springfield and Washington county we extend our thanks for past favors and respectfully re quest their patronage for the cpming year For further par ticnlar address O U VNT A M piingfluhl Ky LETTER LIST List of letters remaining an called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week endiug August 28 1902 Pearl Austin EdnaL Ardid Mary Bose R 0 Cunningham Malise Dowlan Bdttie Durrett MissWill Elliott care of John R Long Mrs Ed Edelen Mrs Edd Edeleq Mrs Alice Gordon Mrs Bettie Graves Ambrose Haggin Mrs Belle King J W Johnson Mrs Dan B Jones Rca Langford Mrs Evylin McChord Miss Rare Malkin Mr and MrsI Ray Nally John E Nally K J Oliver 2 Joe Orkies Dr W W Porter M B Russell 0 G Sprouse 2 Miss Ida Smallwood J R Simms W H Sargent Jno A Simpson Porter Weekley Miss Lucy Wheatley Maggie Walker eel Miss E EJ Wells H W Waller Mrs Lee Yeager Persons calling for these letters will please say advertised and give date of listSWAWatersPMT- HURMAN HOUSE to be SoldIThe property belonging to the Thurman heirs and now occupied by Mr P C Cleaver will be sold publicly at Court House door at 13G oclock pm county court day This is desirable residence property on Mam street and ought to find many bidder NoticeS Theundersigned firm having dissolved partnership all per sops owing us accounts are ur gently requested to call and set tIe same HAYDON ROBERTSON any persons In this community ares suffering frpm kidueytronble who coald Avoid fatal results by using Vol eye KIndey Cure Sold by Wood Dnig1 Co- Piles ire not only iu and of them selves very painful and annoying but often greatly aggravate and even cause Othergrayc and painful affect ions neglectedis a great boon to sufferer as it will cure them PriceSO ceBts in bottles Tubes 7S cents Sold by C J Haydpn JIJl L 3 LYo 1tL Inr H HOfl- DDLrTIsTOFFIQJE RniEHAiiT Buiu Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY P R cFJAL Miss Llllie Anderson of Danville Is visiting Miss Udia McEiroy MissWood of Lebanon lias been the guest of Misa Jennie McCabe MrBuford Nelklrkleft Monday for Oklahoma a prospecting tour 3dS McCabe and CW Hagan have returned from French Lick Miss Lldl McChprd of Louisville visited relatives here last week Miss Gertrue Shader is visiting Miss Fannie Smith at xbrdstbwn i Miss Sarah Pontrich of Louisville is a guest at the home ofJ F Greene Mr J C Durrett and family of Bloomfield vUrteixelatives here last week Miss Laura McChord has returned from a visit to friends at Lawrence burg DJnwlddle Lampion has returned from a visit to relatives in Grayson county Miss Evelyn Hickerson and little brother of Louisville are visiting Mrs J L Allen Mr rthur Russell of Bardatown visited the family of his brother E M Russell here this week Miss Josephine Averitt who has been the guestof Miss Mary Lewis has returned to Lebanon Messrs R H Mullican and J S Claybrooke took in the ice cream supper at Willlsburg Tuesday Miss Phelps of Louisville after a visit to the home of Mr and Mrs Dudley Tapp has returned home Clarence Woerts who has been employed for several months by Conrad Hcrtlein has returned to Louisville Mrs RoBards who has been visiting at the home of her son Dr RoBards of this place left Monday for her home at Hendersonvllle N C Judge W E Selecman accompanied by Misses Lucy Selecman Ruby Lampton and Sadie Mayes left Tuesday for a trip to Old Point Comfort typhoid fever patients about IThe are rapidly improving The two Bhultz boys are much better and Dudley Robertson Isbut Jailer George Catlett Is improving Col John I McElrpy EJmmett McElroy n F Sutton HM Grundy and Charles M McChord left Tuesday for apleasure trip to Niagara Falls Old Point Comfort and other points East Messrs CharlieGreene and Steve Thompson left Tuesday mornipg for Oklahoma to locate They go first to Oklahoma City and will endeavor to get into business at that place These young men are well equipped to make their way in a new country and their many friends here wish them abundant success FINE WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM FOR SALE On Monday August 25 1902 I will offer at public sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky a fine farm of 800 acres About two miles from Texas Ky known as the Sam Montgomery farin This farm is ono good road convenient to schools and churches is well watered and in a good state of cultivation About 50 acres is in fine timber about 50 acres in cultivation and the remainder in grass Therein a good dwelling house and all necessarv outbuildings and a large barn suitable for either stock or tobacco Parties desir ing a good farm for tobacco or stock raising would do well to call and examine this farm be fore purchasing elsewhere Terms easy and made known on day of stile For further in formation apply to me at Texas or to T D English Danville Ky LLOYD M TURNER 3iwabrooi Easily Gowa Any one may raise mushrooms in his cellar or even In his attic with very sat Isfactory results He should have a bed which zany consist of a shallow box and this should be filled With a dark rich loam to the depth of say eight Inches It should be In a dark place and a lamp place also ls beneficial but if he uses an attic the room may be kept dark by heavy curtains and the earth damp by frequent watering An average temperature of from to 70 degrees should be maintained Almost nil seeds men sell the spawn bricks and when the bed Is prepared the spawn should be broken Into fine surface particles and Just covered with the earth Notwithstanding the populdr belief mushrooms do not come up In a night but they do In four or five nights and when once up their growth Is very rapid Exchange All Ke Same During an encampment the nation al guard of Pennsylvania at Mount Gretna several years ago a party of of ficers went out for a stroll and happening to pass a farmhouse near the encampment grounds one of them sug gested stopping In for a glass of milk On going Inside the yard they were met by the farmers daughter who brought forth a can of buttermilk and some tumblers saying This Is the only kind of milk w8 lave After each of the party had taken a drink one ot them remarked By George thats fine Cant you let us have some more The lass replied sOhyestakeaJ1 you want We feed It to the pigs anyway Philadelphia JCuaes I a 11Ze Stuiut In every town and village may be had the Mica Axle Grease makes ytfur horses gladl Am Idol With ptMHomd ETC It Is a curIous tact and one scarcely known outside of Russia and there hardly ever mentioned that the fa mous Orlott diamond was once the tight eye of the great idol Serringfcdui in tle temple of Brahma This pre clous gem was stolen at About the beginning of the eighteenth centuryby a French soldier who had made a pre tenseof being converted to the Hindoo religion in order to gala the confidence of the priests and admission to the temple The Frenchman first sold the diamond for 2000 On the next turn it wile bought by a banker of Constan tinople for 120QO The banker kept ii until 1774 and then sold it to the Rus sian empress for 00000 and a life pen sion The gem has been in the Russian royal family ever since As It is now set in the imperial scepter of Russia it presents a flattened rose cut surface and weighs exactly 104Yz carats Vanity Tickled During tIle early excesses jf the Frerfch revolution a rabble of men and women were rioting in tbo streets ot Paris Lafayette appeared and ordered a young artillery officer to open fire upon them with two cannon The of ficer begged the general to let him try first to persuade them to withdraws It fis useless to appeal to their rca son said the general Certainly answered the officer and it is not to their reason but to thelr vanity I would appeal The officer rode up to the front of the mob doffed his cocked hat pointed to the guns and said Gentlemen will have the kindness to retire for I am ordered to shootdown the rabble Tho street was cleared at once for nono could brook the idea of being classed with the scum of the city WliT H Waant Imprened the following story is told of a garrulous victim of the Johnstown flood of 1880 who when be reached paradise ascended a cloud that served within the pearly gates as a rostrum and un dertook to thrill his new made ac quaintances among the shades with an account of the disaster through which ho had passed He was interrupted by a gray bearded old man in the groupUA mere backetfultfi mere bucketful the old fello plpe Dont waste so much time talking of a small affair like that The Johnstown man resented this and hunted up St Peter of whom he asked Who is that old codger who teems to think our flood such a trifling matter That said St Peter Why fhaf Noah A Church In Wale Vrexham parish church is known as one of the sevea wonders of Wales It dates as a structure from the fifteenth century and is cathedrallike In its pro portions A chained Bible now kept under lock and key is among the curl ous relics and beside It Is a handsomely bound visitors book sent by the students of Yale university United States for the use of Yale students vis iting the church In the churchyard the tombstone of Elibu Yale with Its quaint epitaph The soldiers chapel which is enteredthrouih an exquisite arch has a beautiful memorial win dow to the Welsh fnsileen who have fallen In battle Womt Stay Retained This notice appears on a Flushing steamboat Passengers should obtain a receipt for all provisions taken on board this boat and are requested to retain the same Easier said than done It reminds us of the old Limerick There was a young man of Oatend Who mid hed hold out till the end But when half way over From Ostend to Dover He did what he didnt Intend London Globe An Expreulve ScTtteer A Cleveland lawyer tells the follow lag story of an argument made by a rural barrister before a justice in a country court in Ohio Tim case was one in which the plaintiff sought to recover damages from a railroad corn puny for the hilling of a cow During the course of his argument the coun try lawyer used this expressive sentence If tho train had been run ns1l should have been ran or if the bell had been rung as it should have been rangJbr if the whistle had been blown as it should hare been blew both of which they did neither the cow would not have been Injured when she was killed Scene druggists shop in a small Scotch village which as usual with druggists shops similarly situated la the general emporium for aU sorts of therchandise Cycling tourist enters and purchases a cigar after lighting which he attempts to draw tle proprietor into conversation but tho latter seems reticent The tourist after passing some remarks on the weather asked Dont you feel trade dull at tunes In this lit tle village chemist Oh well replied the druggist I canna complain But excuse me mate ter I dlnna dlloo smoklh In toy shop Indeedl said the tourist That Is strange You sell tobacco ind cigars and still dont permit smoking in your shop It is really rather funny Ou man was the reply there naethlng funny ftboot Jt I sell arse nic butt dlnna allod ye to commit sui cide In my shop Skipped the jpeUbi An Irishman applied for and ob tamed a situation on some railway works Whafs your name my man asked the timekeeper v Patrick cahill was the reply t1ntscratchedt Indade an 01 dont know sorr Bl never sbpelt It an me father tw never shpelt It either Faith an 01 rdont think It was ever intended to bk shpelt ntnlt Put It don without Spelling sorr London THBlta STEEPLE CLIMBING It Ii Dark aa Well ac a Daafferawi Bailaeji Steeple climbing la in truth dark business says the Boston Transcript for it is the custom of experts to mhkc the first ascent nndplacotbe rigging at night Then when the townspeople wake they are amazed at finding the the steeple conquered The man who makes a success of steeple climbing must be determined persistent and ingenious He must solve many a practical problem in hoisting great bodies aloft He must know how to fasten a hook over the top of a sky scraping chimney He must have tile nerve to paint a steeple that sways like a pendulum at the slender top He nijist Ite able to tent down build UpgUal paint place electric wires and do manyauother task that would be a problem on the solid earth There are many ways of getting up a steeple nod when nil others fall the man will tie a rope round it and then with a colt on his brick walk round and round it until the entire steeply is covered with rope and he has probably been round It fully 300 times But a steeple is not thom st difficult height to climb Straight tall chim neys are the hardest of all There a man has to work with might and main to lift himself inch by inch front the ground to the top Sometimes the top Is 300 feet high When if Is reached a hook is plated over the edge a put ley Js mado fast the swinging chair is hauled up and work begins When the chair is near the top it is easier to work because the ropes are short but when they lengthen as the grounds approached there Is a tend ency to swing and the wind gives safety depends upon the hook and until he has raised himself almost to the top It is impossible for him to see whether or not the hook has been properly adjusted More than once a steeple climber has seenwhen within ten feet of tho top that corro aba of the iron and the collection of Boot have so thickened the wall that the hook Is merely balancing on the top so that the slightest pull in the wrong direction would drag it off Again the bricks are often loose at the top antI the hook is likely to tear them away One of the natural difficulties to con quer is the swaying of all high stee plea and chimneys In a gale a stee plo point will sway a foot and a half Usually it sways from seven to nine inches Painting it means reaching for a spot on the right side and finding it on the left and when making a dive for It on the left to see it sway back to the right Yet in spUe of the con stant danger a born steeple climber exults in hlsVork and Is at home only when high above the world JSo can stand triumphant at any height if be can have two and a half square inches to bear his weight A Celebrated Goat On April 28 1772 there died at Mile End a celebrated goat She had been twice round the world somewhat of a feat in those days once on the discov cry ship Dolphin under Captain Wai Us and once on the Endeavour under Captain Cook She was admitted to the privileges of an inpensioner of Greenwich hospital by warrant of the lords of the admiralty but before she could avail herself of the honor she ted Dr Johnson wrote a couplet which the distinguished animal for some time wore round her neckLon don Opinion What Uigators Eat SZore than once curious things have been found in the stomach of a shark but never has such an extraordinary collection been found as was discovered recently lathe stowchof an al Ugator1 This alligator was killed in the Su dim and was more than twelve feet In length In its stomach were dIscov- ered eightyfive stones several birds claws two human finger nails and three hoofs of a donkey to one of which apiece of rope was attached Its Erect DIngYes it was like going fromt the frying pan Into thfire You know Dr HIchargo cured my chronic rheu plfl Dong Well then whats the matter I was paralyzed by the bUlBalU mere Herald But She i Different Yes said Henpeck I married hex because I thought her the most over tempered woman I had ever met And now you know that she Isnt WoJJernot exactly Shes very even tempered always mad about wmethlng Catholic Standard and Times Faanr to Her la bto really a humorist He certainly Is replied the sweet young thing He actually asked me to marry hlmNew York Times Wlteae WetKtr W rds The man whose words carry the most welghtjs naturally th man who weighs his words Philadelphia nee ord Stem In SttTlnjr- TThe only good plan for saving is to maki it an Invariable rule to deposit souicthlng each week or each month says a bank president Having thus put the money aside it should be con sidered out of reach and on do account to be drawn upon except in case of sickness loss of employment or death It is surprising how money will pile up when such a system as this la followed every one who possesses any Income ut all would adopt the practice and nick to It no matter how small the deposits might be poverty would be wel nigh abolished Why He Didnt Get Her Prospective Fatherinlaw Do you ever gamble or smoke sir Prospective Son lnlaw llo sir Prospective FatheritilawDo you ever drink sir- Prospective BonInlaw absentmlnd edly Well I dont care if tdo sir Smart Set Lion eoff e Lisa CIeIIM1COftI5Y51tI2S1- Tb e1e4 pIskaIe hew It frwk sad I Public Sale ofl4styStokWe will offer for sale SaturdayS August 3Q1WV A complete line Livery Stock consisting tf Horses Buggies Wagons Surries Har ness etc The sale list include tome number one livery horses among which is an extra nice team qf Black Mares t T RMSSumsJ1nderlcasb For amounts ol10 atd over fourmonthsjI WHARTON TAPP Springfield Ky IWe Invite Your Inspection of our elegant Stock of NEW Spring Dress Goods Ip all OODSiishades Whie Goods in all w weaves Waist Goods in Ginghams Madras and Mercerized Effects 4We arenow pre p recto show a IstOckI t The largest and f most Attractive we have ever shown aridL- OWERfflPRICEl Than you will findrlIseWhere opened of I GOFSETS The shapes White and Dontfail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curtain and Rug Depart ment it is now more complete tHan ever beforeIIn Shoes We showing ViciXid PaiEenCiilf Patent Kid Velour Calf pox Calf Ac made on all last from the plainest to the most extreme Call and them We Guarantee to Suit you fiWe still extend special invitation to cash buyers Always giving special cash prices Thanking you tot past favors and soliciting continuation of your patrona we remain Yours Truly Gtainghamfi Buncan 8 FRANK W SI MS BEN F SIMMS JOHNFSIMMS FRANK W SlMMS S CO Livery i M and Sale Stable and Stylish Rigs and good Horse Spfccial outfits for travelling men Gtvea a trial Comfortable stalls and good tntment for Boarding horses PHONE 75 SPRINGFfELDKY Mendtzg PIretJSometimes an uipbrella that feegbM to shop tiny cracks aad p1sbe4 sybe mended at home Open tM um brella and bold IfHP the flAt Mend the holes on the Insldo With btecknUlc courtplaster cut slightly largerthu the hQles Sun nmbrcllas and parasols are more effectively mended In this way than umbrellas which goaaettaae require a repetition oj the aeMIC after being thoroughly wet rladityi Do yoU believe palmistrt Boil Ida A sweet little amateur ilfit held my band fw bait am boat U10 othercvenlnff and told pe that WH going to fall in love la ateovt twerfty minutes and ask ta ltSy to ho pins and be accepted and the wkol thing eanietruo before IgotoltGt tho chair IAel1Y ii psWj marry Maggie Sbrewfe lrenvy him but suppbs mosey talka- dGneyUel1 tad that itrieoY- en talk toe Barker And faicy tiat alimony will have something ay ht long t Usf ou t aIlarg e H Stock latest r in Pink BlueI J t examine a I a New i to l I t 1 1 re PICKINGS FROM FICTION 0Women love tile lie thi tarw pride but never aa MOttttrfcr tkThe Conqueror Stander is Ute cIo st artec Utet ether people tUafcm Yabssu- The GLants Gte It to ci euyte unfttftm guIfrom a ilHIl wlMM MM 0s altar youTwestysIx and O1 1 It the jeatesce Thy Nk sfcatt bel 1Ui1tOt TIa4 ot Bf at a emt yet her ughters bays thsil deepest biee tbstThW1w I lagReed Tile ftfcon taMt tMhtbr jMt 1aite eMf Ksbubs St eovMkt a M swnWs k tr UN halt if M wt strrfcr 7- era iscy W1tiIt ftk iuathitksl see Iwo sad ties alway ks i a eeesin aei t p1Iythe lt th v7 a Nq t4De eiut oa stete wfitt bt allany a man bate died fern bavin too much 0 bravery but common sense neter iilled pobodyLhe Black Ct Club J tif 7 TTT r Tw J 1 7ij 1 Fine Howies i A recent dispatch from Lx iIton ICys3S A company t compoIcdO r seraF poailnenV r br1r ttV Vy ia partnership IIitilritdaughters ql mVt Imp andCleopatrn1 extltotjiitf11 the estate of the latoDRo Hkrfless of Chlllicolho O and S- l p Lancaster of Bardstow Kyel Jfl1le Wi bank ron of this cOn pany may not be big enough to reacti theo two exqueens it is likely bai if any of the noted mui imiin naires like WO Whi 4nevJiJ Bj Bag iDt S Brown t l t securecfbesetlwV world it witI beat prices never before paid fore American bredC broOd mates Capt Brown t an particular has a great fondness ifqiIoipdueina measure tb s trainer Peter Wimmers strong tl idmiratiui tor her he baodling t tfaewcoal black ludy luring the i closing 1a s of herbrillant rue iVf ingcareeri Like Miss Woodford and the immortal Firenzi they t k V may never throw a perOrmerh j fwprtuytbe rink in their class on i the turf bjut there is hardly a breeder at least in Kentucky l j t j tfiStwouljcl not give a fair share pthe studmatrons he now owu jUst tpsajr ltie owns Imp andl to Cleopatraf JaM Ir hi AaI t s with my coat off aud caught this i retehedco d tays ihe sufferer He faced not pay a heavy pen 1tv if ht I follow bis ajctof folly with an act o T wiwloin Spak theftet ih hot water with a few tcaspoottfiills of Perry pAyiBPainkfllecinit Take a tea- sspoonful of PaitiVilkr in Kbt sweetened water at bed time and be t anlc- fL1Lfor so simple and speedy a way t t break up acId T1ILre is but on PalukillSjrlerry Davis PUes are rotony in and of them i selves very pahirulauci annoying but ptietPgeeqtly aggravate and ever i auscoihcrr crave and painful affec tioaVahiMi aM therefoe not bs n fleeted TablerR Buckeye Cintmeu j a grear to suffTers as it who luttt mJ JfriceSOjcentssIa bottle Tubi75 ce1ifs1t Sold by C1 Hiydot 1 ReilefFbr Atapuereitt Fo yJ1ouey and Ta2ff rd jlnn1t djatefeleit o asthma sufferers jdtnFE won tslages and tf taken time win 1r efft a ctu3oIJ b v HWwl Trn t i r sancSt Apecijil iroiij Bowling Green Tsays JOAn M drone of rn t the wealthiest aria jnpst popular youngof the city was ilate rtqis afternoon adjudged to Tbeot t Sunsou4d mind He was sent to the Westeg Lunatic Asylum ttiHopkirisvilie His family atctempted to induce hinT to go to a natairjnm In Cmdinnati but he declinedland had to be sent to the public institution Mr Gerard iis a son of Miv Frank l i Gerdne of thebes knv iIIl tMasbnsTin the state and is himself a Mason He married a prpmihenti ojpd wealthy Danville woman and the entire commu 4 iiityig shocked as a result of i hisment4i condition 1rh young irian is a member of one of one of the old6st under taking firms in the state His trouble is attributed to excessiye work hei having attended to 7 thirty six funerals in thirty one days It is believed a few weeks conrtnnieritand relierrom- tbetslralh of business will re 4 storiehipa to Sis normal mental ondition His case is aver- mild ne 7 T lNir JGerard with his wife and child visited at the home of Mr- and Mrs A G McElroy of Ihfs place two we M e Gerard isa re at1VlJfIm Me 11 fEIroy I tI j f I wrote to Doctor b Pierce who sent me 1 a very kind letter J and advis dme5 Thousands of weak and sick women can trace the beginning of a new life of J perfect health to that letter written to Dr Pierce Sick aad ailing women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter fret All correspondence held as itricUy private and sacredly coafidential Address Dr JL V Kerce Jtate Nt Y DrPiaedtePrtscription cures weak and aching backs headachtsj nenu- oaa 6 aad otbervromanly ailments by Cttrit tbe ybflunlydiSMKs which cause STa Ute tfriut of toeo I became very WahwtOIl T wt tand ached so that I could 4o work aU t1 was obliged to take to fijy bed Tkltit t tcWpcto uriaate and the palna la aMoflM a1os Bsbeaiablc I wrote to fl1 Dr Pierce who Mat a very Idmd letter aad 4tieei to take hU Favorite vecxipkoii t Mil CoMoi Medical Di overy I toofcabc 4 battl of e ch aadama well nemaa noW I knitsttJlaOrie PZtcnptIOII JM1iwt f wtmtn Hmgtckwo9 well Accept t Mb iWif tbe medkiae which woirlui wonders for weak womea Dr Pierce Pleaant Pellets are tile moUaiaWe laxatir lot fi niwor I t CHELSEAS NOTED BUNS at Xeatfaa ek Vied qaFrlhT te Vlalt MM Haam J However religious observances may change In England the eating of hot Uke1yPoparticular haa considerably declined since the days when Sirs Hands kept the Chelsea Bun House at the corner f Jews row now Plmllco Toad So many people were in the habit of flock ag ther oh Good Friday Iin order to at hot cress bunsthat bn one occasion 60000 persons assembled there and 250 Trai taken ia the day for buns alone After thjs the Inhabitants of Chelsea protested against the noise andI disturbance this Ctlsedand Mrs Hands fearing to be restrained by the law issued In 1793 a quaint procfama lou stating Low desirous theretbre f testifying her regard and obedience o those laws by which she is Tiapplly protected she IU determiifed though much to betlloss not to sellcross buns u that day to any person whatever but Uhelsea buns as usual This MIS Heeds was something of a character in her own wajr The rqyal family and many of the arhitocrAcj nscd to visit her in tile morning and Queen Charlotte even presented her with a silver halt gallon mug contain ing 5 guineas The houserernilued hi the possession of her famlir for sOme time as Sir Richard Phillip vpritlng a fcw years before Its destruction men1 ions After admitting that for ppward ssedthe1hOUse 1af1tofUo four igeucra tlons of tll snmenWlJy1 delicate i4I11vorer betp successfully Imltated When j was clOsed the BnrrHousoj lIn In popularity though as late as 1S30 2iiOOO buns were sold on Good Friday albncrLondon Chronicle i l l POWERFUL VOICES oe llUleirie Sirleker Who Aatc datrd tbe Patnoa Stouter The question has often been asked WbotltCit most loud voiced man of history The answer usually Is that It was Stentor of whom Homer ays his voice was as loud as that ot flfty other men combined and from which we get the phrase stentorian voiced lint we have record of two historic uliriekers anterior to Homer We read where Simeon and LevI ought ngalnst the twelve men of the city of Barton nnd tblLevl beheaded one man with his own sword In chaptei 33 verse 41 of the book referred to the story Is related in the following wordtoI 4And the sons of Jacob seeing thatI they could not prevail over the twelve Simeon gave a loud and tremendous 4hrekt ajbd the eleven remaining men srerc stunned by tbe awful shriek In chapter 39 same book verse 10 AP find the following account of the of the sons of Jacob with the inhabitants of the city otGanshit as though the battle was both in the front and in the rear and that thoI warriors on the wall were throwing spears and hurling stones upon the ons of Jacob What next occurred as related in chapter and verse above cited Is recorded la these words Aid Judah seeing that the men of Gnash were getting too heavy for themd gave a piercing and tremendous shriek and all the men of Gaash were terrified at Judahs cry and men fell from the wall at the sound of his pow- erfUl shriek and all those that were as well as those within the It were greatfy afraid of their lives LtvlnK Indelible tolc If thesuell of the Purpura laplllps be broken there is seen on the bdck of the animal just under the skin a slender whitish1 Teln which contains a yellow liquor When this liquor is applied to linenI with a small brush and exposed to the sun it becomes sacccsslvely green blue and purple and finally set tIcs Into a brilliant unchangeable crIm sot Housewives of New England have growing abundantly on the seaside rocks in their neighborhoods little living bottles of indelible ink nit to be excelled In beauty or durability by any manufactured product since neither add nor alcohol will affect this juice of the whelk SMxznagiag John John she said softly have you been saying anything about me to mother lately JNo replied JohnWht do you aikr Because she said this morning that shtt believed you were on the eve of proposing to me Now I dp not wish you to 8p eaktb mother when you have Speaktowith mpthcr And John saHTie l rould tTJ1 e b The Living Church quotes this from I naectteiti womans diary dated iTPO wMhtfd roast pork for dinner and Dr S who carved held up a rib- owha fork awl said Here ladles Is ryttttMother Eve wasmnde of Yes sdtfl Ulster Patfyj and tV from ver ranch the same kind of critter NATURAL HISTORY Camels are the only animals that tnnDot swim A seal has been known to remain irentyfive minutes under water The starfish has no nose but cuj smell with the whole of Its under side The greyhound which can cover A mile In 11n2q Is the fastest of quad rupeds y Nearly all bottom sea fishes have the powtr of changing color at will like wiiameleons A sea anemone taken from the Firth of Forth in 1828 lived and nourished In captivity until 1887 Horses giraffes and ostriches have the largest eyes of land creatures cut tlefish of sea beasts Grizzly cubs born In captivity are al most Impossible to raise 1tt twenty three born at Cincinnati only bne lived The Esklmo dpg will eat almost any of the dried fruits The sour or acid fruits as the orange lemon lime shad dock etc as well as the sour plums and the bitter olives are rarelyjcafeu To protect Itself from the win rthej orang4 utang crooks Its armssjOyerits bead The hair on the prang tij 7 er arm points downwnrd while pnpthe lower arm U points Upward ttie appar nt purpcro being to shed the rftln like n thr ten Pin checks flushed wHB tlieMff glow of health anj a purcctjmptejtifn mkeralIflieu beautiful fJrtiine impirfs sre rth arid vitality ioth system andihe rosy hue ofheayh to tthecbeks Price eeutsat C1- HaydoxS Dlfczy Then your liver isnt acting well Yqusiiffer from bilious AyersPillsFor 00 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small ddses cure All diist Wantyotulraouitacbe or beard a beiuUf al I brownorrieb black Thou I BUCXINGHAHSDYEQ E1 DtLy r VALPARAISO AMUSEMENT tf Usaday IaUae Great Gala Day Fez nipt and Poor Alike I AU around the edge of Valparaiso Il bay is a string of little towns so close together that you cannot readily dig cover where one leaves off and the next begins The most pretentious ef these IsWintl dpi Mare which Is a very popular setjsldj resort During the summeV season tram December to February It is n gay place A short distance froithe town Is the caneha or race traclin connection with which are golf links cricket and polo English6xthtf races are over by the 1st of Decem her but cricket golf and tenniS go on all summon Tennis tournaments are held lasting for several weeks Most ofl these sports with the exception of tennis which goes on all tbe time take place on Sunday Sunday is the great gala day when all the popula floe rich and poor alike turn out to have a good time The common people find their boll day sport in getting gloriously drunk If you walk along the street on Sun surIfeet The little wineshops do a rush- Ing business and there is always large crowd about the door watching and loudly applauding the dancing of the cueca which goes on all day This is a sort of national dance performed to the accompaniment Of the guitar The dance is quaint and rath er pretty if the dancers are sober but in its ordinary environment it is tar from inviting During a good season at Vina del Mar one has an excellent opportunity of seeing the aristocratic Chileans of Santiago In January Santiago is very warm and the society people come down to tbe coast during the hot weather The ladles are many of them quite handsome They all dress gorgeously and have very bad manners They stroll along tbp hotel piaz Ba and If they see anything that arouses their curiosity In any of tbe rooms they stop and look on serenely regardless of the occupant They never make their appearance until 10 or 11 oclock in the morning when they go down to the beach for a mnrn Ing dip After the 11 oclock break fast they disappear until 4 oclock when they all come out in gowns that would rival Solomon in all his glory They either drive on tbe beach and irall their skirts and embroidered chit lonsthrough the sand or stroll up and down tbe long platform of the railroad station watching the trains pass These exciting diversions occupy them until dl finer Sometimes there are tonlydance they only walk around and exI hiblt their gowns Indianapolis News DrBffitorea old and Sometimes it seems as if have everything except NewImiddle aged man or woman when the apothecary shop had a dis 181ltotbing181 rioUSi things with Latin labels The only thing that was tit all attractive for the women was the case of fancy soaps and perfumes with face powders and cosmetics and for tbe men the case of cigars The soda fountain made the first innovation It was no such proton tlous affair as now dominates the cor ner drugstore however It stood mod estly on one end of tbe counter There were five or six kinds of sirups and no ice cream or hot drinks Later candy i found a place In the apothecarys then came stationery and now there are allj aorta of bricabrac New York Press Missed a Good Dinner A doctor living in a certain country town was notoriously fond of good liv ing He bad accepted an invitation to dine with friends but as he climbed their steps he smelt venison cooking in the kitchen next door Thk neighbors being Also his friends he resolved to drop in on them uuex pectedly to partake of the venison They pressed him to share their In formal dlnnej but when he refused both soup and fish his host began toI apologize for the simple Tbe doctor then c tareIwas waiting for the had smelt as he came In Oh that venison said his enterI tame we were roasting to oblige our neighbors who have a dinner party next doorLondon Answers A Mountain Cl libber At u reception of the Authors club in NewYork the guest of honor was Sir Martin Conway the explorer and mountain climber One man who did not know tho guest asked another Who is here tonight Sir Martin Conway Conway Who is he I cant placo aim cii mountain climber wh yes But what is he doing In New York Merely ttntt cling from climb to climb flutter In tbe West Indies Every pound of butter Urn t goes to the j West Indies Is colorcd a brilliant red The darkles ovrthere wont have any other color They like red butter just as they adore red shirts upd red tics or the red label on a tomato tin Grocers say that if a black and white label should be placed on tinned toma toes there would be no sale at all- 1lneegsA toal- rTnerearcf tineht your iicr- neda atouic Dontgjye piirgat thatgrlpeand weaken DcVittsLitir 0 tJEarly Risers cxpeilpoLout fron ttnef systenv it4 4LftohIie to the I1vWSeott 531 rniiland Ave JiiJItPl i iEitove carried 4Je Wqtts Little r1tl 1tkeri vitli in- cforaeyeyalydnw6urd notb Without them Purely vegetable They nejrer gripe r distress pJHaydou i Po1eIi Kfrfry Cth catka kldocrs and ttadrtfctac n Uk Amy Other Man The following story Is told In refeiu ence to Mr Lowells second marriage At the time when rumors of the event became current among Ms friends one of them a stanch admirer ottbe first Mrs Lowell and a firm believeriS h r husbands permanent wldowerhood took It upon ierself to deny the gossip every time It net her Finally how ertrainthatheriaitb was shaken She wrottt frankly to Mr Lowell that she had heard the reports and persistently denied jthem but now began to beggedf mnqIDear Mddam Yours7 like any other nan They pont like Ualp Theres d queer thing about Italian laborers said a contractor who em ploys a great many of tb muond that Is that they absolutely refuse to work in tbe rain Stop a minute and think DIdyou ever see a gangof them work Ing in the streets digging trencher ot doing any other manual labor in the rain Well you never did and proba bly never will Just as soon as a shower sets In no matter how slight they will scramble for cover if the rain continues they will soon complain of feeling sick and knock off for the day One fellow will have a sore throat an other will be doubled up with pains iin his stomach and others will suddenly acquire severe ailments of all sorts It Is useless to attempt to do anything with them and pretty soon they will all g trooping home Philadelphia Record ONE COWSKIN An Instance of German Military Thrift ansi Tied Tapelini An Instance of military thrift ami of need tape system vliich Is ict r icullnr to Germany conuo froiu the russlan ir r office In 1800 the guards were LiYukfasting hurriedly They had tba previous day fought tim battle of Soor and had accomplished altogether a nine days march This was not the era of canned meats and Jo each regi ment bad been allotted a certain nuin jer of cattle which had been killed skinned and cooke but while the men were still eating scouts came In with the news that the Austrians yerc near at hand The men got Into marching order and In a few minutes were In rapid advance toward the enemy The Grena dier guards conspicuous always for their dispatch hurried to such purpose that they failed to secure the skin of a cow which had been made over to them for rations When the official who responsi ble for the value Xf the hide came to ask forlt it had to be reported miss- Ing Inquiries were set on fUt evi dence was collected find a voluminous correspondence lastln fourteen or fit teen months failed to account for the skinThere had been a cov She had been made ocr to the gun s She bad a hide The hide was ernment prop erty representing a sum fixed by otn olnl tariff The government must be credited with that sum The hide was not forthcoming Who should he re sponslliln fcr Its Cash value was ntlast decided that the colonel ttt regiment should be hcldjiccuurt aLit nud n year UlHll half nfter tj conclusion of the seven weeks war he was requested by the war olllci to rCililt the sun bf S thalers the prli oie cow kln lost lby the Orenadli Iorl iards When the stun was paid was nt lust officially dropped IrLOWER FRAGRANCE 1A Slj tcrlon Sympathy Between lbe Essence and the Dloom One of the leading mnnufacturcraof perfumery declares that he Is quite ccr TbeIsoul and It exists when the flower it self has perished This is not a poet tactI11Iot a dead thing This seems to be a curious statement to make but It Is a fact that when certain conditions are fulfilled a part of the life of a dower never seems to die Although the fragrance of flowers dead years ago may have undergone all sorts of manufacturing processes to extract It nnd to fix It yet It never dies When the flowers of the kind it 1was extracted from bloom it exhibits a nnrvelous sympathy joniquils At the end of the year the smell of the perfume Is constant hut In spring a change appears In Miy i lien the jonquils are iii full flower the colorless liquid has Its scent exult ed to a surprisingly high degree- When tho flowers are In bloom the bottled essence Is very perceptibly stronger In odor As the flowers droop does the perfume lose Its potency In 180 agreement This mysterious sym between flower ind essence never dies but ever responds to the prop er seasons Penrsons Weekly A Miraculous Featlilt seemed that nothing short mylittledaughter death says City Marshall A W Malcolm CherokceKonII When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts 1otthe best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronounced curable A friend advised Mais Nervineand after giving it a few days shi bcga to improve and final ly fully r covered She is now past five years of ate and the very picture of health Sold by nIl Dructtats Dr Milas Medical Co Elkhiri Ind Trtf Tftat Jnuit Staae TIieTre a vee that grows In MexicO called the VulJol or stone tree It Is of enormous proportions both in cir cumference and height It has a number of brunches spreading out widely and carrying leaves of a yellowish green 4 lor ThQ wood is extremely fine and easily worked In ii green stats It IffTiot ilveu to either warping or eplktlng The most remarkable thing about It is that afteri uelug cut the wood gets gradually harder and In the course of a few years it is Absolutely petrified wbether left In the open air or burled In the ground From this timber houses can be built that would In a few years become completely fire proof and would last as long as though built of stone The Hairpin In Surgery The hairpin as a surgical Instrument Is treated quite seriously by a physi cian who writing In a technical jour nal names fifteen Different ways in which it may be used In an emergenc to ease pain or even to save ute For example it might serve as a probe as- a surgical needle In place ot a drain age tube to remove foreign bodies to compress a blood vessel or to close a wound SOne hair of a woman can draw moro than a hundred pair of oxen wrotd old Jumes Howell almost three centu ries ngolimay be that some of the virtue of the hair goes into the pin Iflindy to Take KohL Be told me it would probably be n fitter fight said tbe man who had just been to see a lawyer But ho convinced himself of the Justice wife of your cause suggested his- Well no not right away replied the prospective litigant He first con vinced himself that I had money enough to make the fight Chicago Post iDefore the Ark Noahs ark Is generally supposed to be the earliest sblp of which we bavo record but then exist paintings of Egyptian telJ immensely older than the date 2SW B C usually assigned to the ark being Indeed probably be tween seventy and eighty centuries old Moreover there arc now in existence In Egypt boats which were built about the period the ark was constructed Saw a fled Bargain Minister to new janitor John I pect to exchange pulpits with Dr Smith next Sunda- yJohnWell 3ir It youll take my ad vice you wont do It Ive seen Dr Smiths pulpit and Its the most worji out piece of furniture In town chrea go News Exclusiveness to Be Maintained Ping Are Mrs Do Styles entertain ments very exclusive Pong Well I shouldsay so She has just made application to have the con versation of her guests copyrighted Baltimore Herald Health la so necessary to all the du ties as well as pleasures of life that the crime of squandering it Is equal to lit fMy A Jnpaacse nero I recall to mind story of an officer In the Japanese emperors army which was besieging a fortress Its number wits small and a relieving army was oo gnp It was of Immense mo ov that hiy should know how long the fortress could hold out If It must capitulate for want of supplies within a week they could stay and win tho campaign for the emperor A young Japanese nobleman Volunteered to goi Into the fortress and ascertain how long it could bold out He dIsguised himself and In passing learned that it had food and water for only two days more As hew lf going out with this pre dons Information he wan detected and the enemy raid to him We are going to crucify you but we will let you off on one condition that you go to the wall and tell your people that we have supplies for a week He said Very well and went to the wall His wife and children in the besiegers camp saw him his friends were there also and ho held up both his hands and said to them There are supplies for but two days Con tinue the siege and you will take the place IHe died by a hundred spear points but he had done his doty to his gen eralSir Edward Arnold IOut of One Clay years ago before the days of IMnny a nobleman and his wife their infant were traveling across Salisbury plain As the story is told In Mr A P Russells Character istics they were overtaken by a severe storm and took refuge In a lone shepherds hut iThe child had taken cold before they could find shelter and the nurse began Iat once to undress It by tbe warm cottage ire As she pulled off one rich silken garment after another tbe shepherd and his wife looked on In awed silence At last the process of undressing was completed and the little naked baby was being warmed by the fire There It sat with all Its splendid outer busks peeled off Its little body beginning to glow In the but by the fire The shop herd dr w a long breath and exclaimed Why Its just like one of ours IBoar and Evnrt one hiter birthday annlver sarles Senator Hoar wrote to William M Evarts and congratulated him upon his length of years In his reply tho aged lawyer said it brought to wiJoIsome matter of trifling importance and when she had reached the end of the thirteenth page awakened to the fact that she had been rather diffuse and added Please excuse my longevity Tip eaNotto Blame The talented young authoress was al most in tears In that review of my historical novel In this mornings paper she said you made a typograpTilcal error and called it a hysterical novel That wasnt a typographical error madam said the literary editor with treaty exeC1rro Tribune The Milk Is this mill sterilized asked the cranky busand ritVil JiV wife Mml its wart ttss3st-Necessary precaution Dont neplect a cold It U worse than tmpleasaut It iittdjulgcrrru By usinj One Miiiutp tochCnre cay can cure it at once Allayn iuflamr Hon clearer the bid Jsoothes tiijd strengthens the mucous membrane Cures cough croup throat and Jllug trotjbles Ahrolutely cafe Actsfms mediately Children like iLi j Haydon i ComffliasiODers Sale wJLflHmatbN oniccTr cbuirr KT John MiHIgdon Aaiinr cPIff V sE4utyEJlenGreenweflcDrj By virue of a judgement an Torder QircuitCQurtthereof 1902 in theabove styled cause I BbalLproceed too1TerfotaJe at the CourtHouse door In Springfield Ky on MONbAY AUGUST 25 1902 Atl oclock p m v thereabouts being County Court Ity to the high est bidder at public Auction upon a credi of 12 months the fp lowing de scribeil property towiA parcel of land lying in Washington county Kyj and thus bounded Beginning tt astone iii W Fields line in lane near brain corner 1 to lot Na 1 thence with Ii of lot Nu 1 S 70JJr4 N 616710 poles stone corner 2 to lot No 2 in line ui iNplftnence S 3 E 24 poles tP a stone corner 3 to lot No2 thence S 70 34 W poles to stone corner 4 to lot No 2 in W Kelteys line thence S iJE 34 poles to fallen Honey ZiOci ii ee on Station Run corner 5 to S J Kelty thence S 1 14 W 43 12 to sugar and fallen ash trees corner to John Kelt j thence S 85 1 2 E 5330 poles to Beech tree near a fence corner 7 to SJKelty thence N 12 W cz 4 poles toa pin oak corner 8 Mrs Graves thence N 83 E 0 poles to strke corner 9 to Mrs Graves thence N 23 34 E 61 12 tostone corner 10 toW Fields and Mrs Graves thence N 71W 24 2 poles to stone corner 11 to Vf Fields thence N 13 12 W 44 i jes to the be ginning containing 121 acres 2 roods polesFor price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must ex gute bonds bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paid and haying the force and effect of a judgment and with a lien retained upon the land to Secure he payment of said purchase money and interest Bidders will be requir ed to comply promptly with these these terms W F KEIEtRK Speciali l Commissioner LOST OPPORTUNITIES Dont Waite Your thj Vie It Oettlnar an Lcation How the handicapped millionaire en vies boys in school or college and would give half hIs wealth for the chance to lay a foundation wliTch they are think ing of spurning II any an embar rassed man in put e tongs to re live boyhood that viy correct the mistakes of his you w much mpre be could mate of we of his post lion if he had itedbfs mind when young Eo verythlng at a disadvantage Em of documents speeches and bcoUa Ilk because be does not know luv udy He must employ u literary tl rrj to save blm twit from blunders rammar errors In history and Lie r r or In politi cill economy Hff Is d to petty ex II dcits tohhp hlH unce- Oh what apt o see splendid ability made n do t okof medioc rity A man ur uiu t parts feel ing that be laiv nature intended to slilne as a Uv Icr Is pitiable when Coiupclled to Io iL rrcrk of an Interior and plod nlonj In obscurity The eager unrest th that chafes at restraining schca s antI longs to rush to action mstkSoc with countless careers natrys tbeold prov erb will ring mock in memory He that will not 3 he may When he would r vall have nay What are Invcstu n bnrds and Ftocks ii houses rI tanls couipared with Iui stment ru education In a broad uccp culture which will enrich the life and be a perpetual blessing to Qnes friends To rob oneself of the means of en joyment which cdr on and culture monIperIder misfortune to be cheerful under discouragements trali4indf tribulations which overwhelm a riillow mind and an empty heart Success POULTRY POINTERS Fowls willnot thrive with close pen ning or crowding bout onefoot ice on the roost should be allowed fo jucb adult fowl A handsome appearance is worthier 2 cents a pound on poultry In selling Calcareous matter for shells and gravel to aid trituration in the gizzard are indispensable Ground or crushed bone Is so valua ble for their health that It should ways ibe kept before them The morning weal may be made more palatable and stimulating by adding cut onions with salt and pepper r Carelessness In the little details nec essary to good management will soOn show Jn tbe condition of the fowls Clean pleasant and suitable quarter with wholesome ntrltious food Lave much to do in u inclining ttie flavor and quality of Loth the eggs and the flesh of fowls A good way tto t a fresh egg is by the air bubble ii large end Tbe smaller the air ItJ the fresher the egg A fresh tj suet be eXamined closely to see the bubble- HN0 Intnl mace There is one thin uiarchlsts will not consent to one tb they rebel against at reast ins lUd sometimes in act end that is av idys assumption to rule another ther itbo czar king nobility ort aocrat majority says William M Snr lnTheAtlaritlc They are disagreed out many things There are individual anarchists and socialist or communist anarchists bel- Ievers In private property und believ ers In common property but all allo believe In self rule nnd they are as much opposed to democratic state spdaUsui as to state socialism r apy kind They believe that power Intoxicates the bear of men and are not wIlting to allow it In any form No master high or low they say after William Morris Leji life shape itself Mind your own busi ness No Interference suchls their demand His Slide Threateiei While picnicking last month my year old boy was poisoned by rbme wed or plaut says W tt UlbBle of SIcnx City la He rubbed the pal sou from his hands into hiS yes and for awhile we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally a neighbor Vecpmmended peWi itS WitcB Haze Salye Thefirst application heled- iimandin a few days he was aswell as ever For skin diseases cuts burns calds wounds insect bites PeVitts Witch Hazel Halveis sure cure Re prccuneIterfeltv i TP1lsibwe1s iI = retes etiough bile f to make the Iot ul1tUethe liver Lex their natur1 functJens J 1lagltatlonlcausedbyeathartIcSJ etJ ria Increasing doses tonttal the results tusd1 lauretljJ trouble works permanent jj FIFTY CUreII 1TS i rl 1tQAN I qIANTFit ArebstreacItv4by theCo on left ich iiae runs wo trainskday Ito Thphi to Texass without changes x jiese t sit s ci cc reachi tidirectiormake closebqnnec o foralpansotTexasOMho andlndlanTerritory N f Tz 9 AnATLIvLLC WACS sson It you weaL to a gbod borne t e In Texas where bljrcrop are apissraised and wbere people prosper 4 pwrite foracopy of ouvhand ome booklets vHomesln tBe South west and Through T w with a Camera Sent freeCuh asy 4abOdWhOiiatixioustobet rhie CtIIISI w4p5LAsTMPIt k k Louisville Hsnderson nneic1t4 Lois 5RihVbyf c tt1jr Homeseeker Ekciiif ftztVI y A Te jii LOWRAT ElSk t T i TO THE t I WEST iis- tf I b1 Tickets on Sie First end l TKidT- uesdeys ia MARCH APRILantMAY4i19O2 t lyAlso Low Colonist One Way Lat t iha Northwest end California oTni rFor Further InformtEsCEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN i AfentiL JlubbiiigList Tli best 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