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CITY COURT ltil3aMeii It Woe Police TIg4 tJ 1 johH Grace Marskall il1f lasMooktCitjAttbmV tj5l JUSTICE C UiT t PfJKi1Jly Iln of 4r DIrc1jryp3 f IPTITCiIURCB rRcvt GeOrgeW wopePtOr4 Ser4b Aka h Yt U aJ n 7 J P i iis4ay Scl1oolat830PruyerII f1i iWt t Thl1 kt t 73Q I METHODIST HUXcHU JttToIP es asf r ervcej 8tkeJinta dT1 8 slncc fc tLaM173I p Sun F- llckolJV t Sunday at 10 amInP Y9 every Wednesdayj 1igJtt7 tlititlt t1l f 1iCA HOLIC CHURCH criXey lpr aT vlo beearTt i servIces at St Rose same hour 40 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wikevj icoWamlloartH Sunday iuch Iil ah f t r of b H tu 1 j itU i J k LODGK gtel l dgeh Xo 50 setI SecOnd JKoaday In each lUli rfVj ai 5v JitHiit0 tnapter NoS7 an tl d il6id prfSprLgeld CHI1CUtio meets or is yryfoiitkMop4ayI coTVery Jrmt Wedaeiiay iaeach month T f4i Q R MBwatHAWx TRIBE No a seets cvey Wednesday ulgbtlnt- V1KJ Mc1toy Rail rti jwiNTlliB TABLE irrirtUH lifitliWir Triiis f a t 4 pI r tiu oAL4pringaeh1h 4v 5001 15Vhheyj11 cI1 1303 Booker 411 41 1154 Uroskei5 t4 118 U87 IW odlawB 6c32118ff Jlt1 Erly Times tl22- 1115Bsrdstown 232 l5 1 101 WMawth 8A0808 liUM iehs 141831 IS Derkvl11e 649850 J1tH 0841 StKiacH 653406 lawIeb H CIS 9 52C1iat7 04 400 43 Jet110500s rae Ij fIIt 727- t IesPMk730li M sebk LniUe 110 5 I f 5I Lvi LdsvtW Ar 8 1110j vr f 9 1 1 It irwas1res 3Ut4 feet 4aLhicbes Iha kirtk Wkit yeI SilrTiSffrlMiieWior me I certain j w 1 rpehIefRl reia 4 it to M who wtsb r t beautiful a4 tt1Riit strerrt iCt ISIiNUIuIy t 1rJb t et Agicw Mists 1t a1 ja Yleyw Hcne tt Tac1e re Qsverc CaStL of l JICI wI od 11eytr1 S bt tltttt e4 SPRINGFIELD iTirFHIR ic Vi rr iStEPTEMBER7 101 TO 181t 11 tJtt1 4 tt t rh tfi m Dayi54 y PeGIY vbivA i it +rDNSi EACH DAY Excursion rates from Louisville Bowling Green and intermediatepoin l t KlMA A I r u v NewrrCHitry wrltteu iy a firMer rWacklmtM Cumty Maio Cobb Caddo Co Okla Aug 28 EdiUjr NEWSLEADER Spring field Ky V Dear Sir I have had a number oflinquir ies about this countr3r recently o pwple Jfi about i3pvringfield d wiltedw write you a few facts abouj the country This county Is a part of Wichitaw Kiqwai Comanqh and Apace Indian Reservation opened for settlement Aug 6 1901 Caddo county liesi on b th sides fthA Wictiitawti and is drained by Illnvcreelswith wide expanse yichriver and creek bottom nasThe county has It popu lat ion of 26171 and has thre Tns of over 2000 people an eight towns of over 1500 people Alll of the country districts and hket tinejpublic school ci1iti s The tax rate for this jieto is 3 8v4 pn 100 This rate will decr aseasthea ld is taken p itamj askedwnat is the chance brasnian Withqut much monev irst in this I will meption the dian lands These lands were allowed to ibhe Iiaibefoiths country was opened for settle men andx take i6e best river and bpftbinseek Theselari4scan leased from the Indiana tII or 50 cents an acre pr year for a term of fie years It is necessary to put about 275 orth of mprovem nts roij these ands which stay on the land when the leaseexpires Expense securing a lease iis yeiy About 500 will start man light at farming on 160 aeres oj the best and in the country Next will inention the territorial behoof lands These lands arefleased at annual rental of2q to 85 er 100 acres All of this lland now leased but leases can be for from 200to 500 rding to loi ation land etcI his iis another good chance for mat with limiied means Last and bes of all are the iomesteuds whicH can be bougnt ior5CO to 2500 fot 160 acres These are the homesteads giveti by the United States and arenow for safr by the counties Some of these places have fine im- provement and the prices on ihemaie rapidly advancing You can purchase the relenquish menis on the homesteads and file on them at the United States Land office and have then six months to get on the farm in A man can come in here now and purchase a reljnquishmentI go back home and finish up all bus ness natters andge t back on his arm inside ot stx months in ust about the right time to plant epring crojjs This is the stl cbatce Ibir any irian ag20b will start htm in very good shape to farm 160 acras of virgin land Climate here iis delightfull Temperature gets quite high at- ome tUne but there is always a tine breeze blowing on tbe plains Rainfall has been ab undant thisi tY ear nd corn oats cottonand kaffir corn are making fine crops A Jargeareaof ysatThe k vegetables Peaches weigh olio half of a pound each Water melpqs have been brought into the town which weighed 52 t pounds Fine tish are caUghl t ut of the river lam not much Ytt tell them that fish have ben chught that weighed 64 t siThiswasofi weighed ini the Matn street in town in the presence of dozens of people This town is situated on the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad 14 miles west of Anad arpo the county se at and one half mile from the Wasrnta river When Icame here there were about 50 people aud 4 business houses Now there 25 business houses and 500 people A fine public graded Bchb6la buildings iin course of construction and will hp ready for the coming tterm 1urroII1r11ngI of the best business points in the county A co ton gin has just been completed at a cor of 5000 Sdonet into buslnesswill find this a good location Lwill be glad to Ijaye j any person who is looking for a j location to writ me and I will do the best I can to give them a fair estimate of the country I yconsiderI have ever seen for a tnanoJL ltnoderatemeanstolocate grow up with the country Johu Hardesty and his two sons have Claims near town and t amh pJeasediviththecountryt IwiUnQt write any more I am afraid I will take up toot much space Kindest regards to all my old friends Yours Truly THOMAS B dCALLlSTER WANTEDIVfa would like to ask through tbe columns tit your paper if there is tiny person who uas used Greens August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion lyspep sia and L1vertroub1esthat has alsoni6antnstomach iev mentation of foodi habituall ooauvtness nervous despondiany trouble connected with the stomiich 6r ivfci This medii clue has 6ea sod for years inI all civUv i countries and we wish 10 t orr si ond withvou arid send you one x our books free of cost If you never tried Aujs ust Flow er try cne bottle first We hive nvpr knovn of its failing is so something more orious i1m matter jwiih you Ask you r oldest druggists INorapidly cflate than surgery but it should niot be uled except when ab solntcly iaietsary Incases of piles ibr era Jnple itJfl seldom needed De Witts iritchHaz6l Salve cures quick ly anllpermanently Unequelledfpr cuts b uras bruises skin diseases Ac cept no cOantefetta 1 was so troub led wlltk breeding piles that I lost much plood and stt n tsaYa J C Phfllibsiof tariflil DeWitts Witch Hazel Halve cored me in i alort time Sootns awl heals CJHaydou Takje life as it comes audmakc the1 nlost faUr circnmstauces but for a bad cough or cold take Ba Hards HO re 251aud hquridw Synip the best remedy ior I t wLebanon LOcalS From the Falcon W W Mcfclroy sold this week toSH Abeilo Missouri i his tine jack BJlly Goebel twp years I old for 500ii fi j Mr Thomas H Graves has been appointed Deputy Sheriff to thaucceeddrt gned He took the oath ofI le Tuesday j Daimon Carrico bought two mules this week from Toutig Bros at Springfield for 200 and t sold them to Leo Wadeof Boyle county for 210 tc4It Mr J Arthur Snjith of thiss city was elected on the Board of Grand DirectorSat the Y M 1 convention in Louisville this week and Editor John J Barry of the New Hayenj Echo Was 1 elected a I Supreme Delegate to t attend the cdnVention in Omaha in October Cards will be out jin n few days a nouncing the marriage of Miss I Margaret Maude Moffat and Mr I Towles Terrell WalkerTbeceremony will take place at the econd Presbyterian church one morning of September 17 at 10 oclock Dr A S Moffat father of the bride assisted by her brother Rev Lacy will ofii ciate Austin Birch a coon ninc- earsold It was in the police courC Tuesday charged with anattempt to use a razor on another coon of similar age Presiding Judge EcL England said the lad seemedo O know his business and finedt 50 An appeal will bi- aken During a drunken row on Railroad street Saturday about noon Richard Sc ttcolored shot andII badly wounded Annie Cooper colored Scott was arrested andI held over uuder a bond ofilOO n default of which he was sent jjail Its a pity tthata gatlin1t gun could not have been turned on aria the whole bunch exter mi nated Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him W urn and a son riding for llifa 18 miles to Jeet Dr Kings New Discoyerv for consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown i of Leesvnle led endured deaths a ouies fioui asthma but this wonderful m dicitf3 tfayw instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly mprvatouscures Coughs Pneumonia Bronchitis Grip prove its matchless merit for alt throat and ung troubIei l Guaranteed bottles 50b and 1 at fHaydotisTIle fJyest rabpls tmade by human skill li coarse eon pared with the Itningyof bowel Whcn this tender membrane is irritated we haye grlpiufr pains cholera morbus and dlorrhoe Whatever isI the cauve of the troub etake Perry Davis Painkiller according to the direction on each bottle Trayelers in alt climates carry Paiukiller iu the grips Large bottles 25 aud 50 cents Tablets Buckeye Ointmenr ii not a pancrea bnt is recpmmended for blind bleeding or prbtrudiriig1 piles and it Will cure tbe most obstinate cases Tubes 75 cents at Haydons Avoidaerious results jof kidney or bladder disorders by taking foLey Kidney Cure Ieath Iisup der all circnmstalices but un usually so when it invades a tfprae Already suffering under similar afflictions of recent oC cjjirrence When thegrlm eapV ef carried away the spirit oif at5 good Christian wife and ipother Mrs Thomas R Fhelpk last Saturday evening it causecT j additional mpuruingi in two aIr re dy grief stricken homo and alfo tothe hearts of Co Pbelps two daughters who wereihar away Colorado in search otr toratidh of health Deceased succumbed to disease vvhljph was ihe lingering effect of grip and which baffled the skin of physiH clanst The funeral services were conducted by Rev Dr GajloJ kner aft4iiclfre e mains were interred in jpring Hill cemetery andwere alfendj ed bya large concourse of friends of the famIy whose sympathy goes out to the bereft o sbI good and noblel a womanHaPp rodsburg Democrat Mr IPhelps was known inthQ county having lived at Willis burg for several years A Summer Trip Unsur passed on Ihe Continent r The trip to Salt Lakeupity or o the Pacific coast via tbatpoint over the Denver Rio Grange and the Rio Grande Western 19 the most beauiifnlin America Nc European triP o equi4engtb Jgefrofi t ptct1ese tabernaclet tithing bffices ap churqh institutions its hot 8u pher springs within thecity lim iits its delightful temperature sunny climate and its Great Salt Lukedeader and denser than the Red Kea in Palestine tire nut a few features oeSalt Lakepitys countless attractions There are parks dnves carioris nnd beaattful outlying mountains and llake resorts Imagine Ifsyou can a bath in salt water a mile above sea level apd Jin water in which you cunnot sink Inquire of your nrarest ticketI a BgentWalt Lake City or Write forin formation and copy of Sale LaKe City the city of theSaints to B K Hooper generalasentger agent Denver GoloradoJ II i Ftrgois KoblB let Ulwant all the world to onoW writes Rev 0 J Budlonh of Asbaway R L what a thorough ly good and reliable medicine I und in Electric Bitters They cured me of jaundice and litifer troubles that had paused me gieat sUffering for many years For a gehufne all around cnre thevexce auy thing I eversaw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidnoy and Stomach trouble Pont fall td try ihemi Only 50 cents Satisfaction is gua anie d by OJ Hay don t N burg T 4DailyfPoet writes HI have used zaiy ki4soi ed1cIneT- It r oighvandIa my1aIIy bi ueverauythIso P1av F951ey Qrinnchinpra1 f it I ry Dastardly Deef VA few days ago Mr G F Van Arsdale who lives tbree miles from town w tintohis pas ture to catch his mare to drive to town On leading her to water lie noticed that she dipped her Heart into the pool nearly np to her eyes before she was able to swallow When he reached the barDthe mare made strenuous efforts to eat hay but was unable to do so He then opened her iqputliandTOis horrified to find thait some scoundrel had cut her tooguiaQUtatthe root Some days cbeforeBeared at the house with th tongue in its mouth but it wa thought hehad gotten itat tbtt slaughterhouse a tulle away1 It is cbelieydnine days before the plight of the poojt beastwas dis ovredas the wound had nearly healed and it is also believed that Iin alt that time the mare had not eaten anything being unable Ic- ushthe grassiinto its throat When she saw the hay she near ly went wild and would grab a bnncho it and make desperate efforts to swallow it bpt could not Its hunger was appeased by pushing the hay down its monthi to a pointi wliere it could bswallowed Mr VanArsdale lis one ofthe best men lathe conn tyandif he has an enemy on ethheis not aware ofitIIhad refused 150 for themare Harrodsberg Herald lot QMBfi rtr L15t i I was treated for three yearS by good doctors writes W A Greer iMcbonnelsville O for P1109 andFistula butwnenall failed Bucklsns Arnica Saiye cured mein ttwo weekoCures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions SaU Rheum Piles or no pay 25 centsat Haydons drug store Take Care eKe StllUdl The man or woman whose digestion ia perfect and whose stomach perform e iiverycleauses parifiea and sweeteha tne and cures positively and per maueetly all stomach troubleS IndigeV tion and dyspepsia It is the wonder fnl reconstructive tonic that is utah lJug so main rIck peplecl1iui4I by convejriag to tqeir bodies ail tbe nourishmentln lood thej eat Rev J H Holiday Holliday Miss writes Kodol lsthe best remedy I ever nsed for dyr oepsia and stomach troMblec Iwasjflven up by physi ciatis Kodol saved my life Take it after meal9 CJHaydon RedKcet Rates Is tth West Oomme nclngSsptl and daily there after until October 31 1002 the Wis c o risl Cebtral By will sell Settlers tickets from Chicago to points in Moe tana Idabo Qregoh Washington and BrlttohOolamblaat greatly reduced rates For detailed information In qulro ofncarest ticket agent or ad dresaT b Campbell DP A818 Pike Building Cincinnati 0 ot Jaaj 0 Pond Genf Passanger Agent Ml waakee VIsI To Break Will MiE Ljj aster of Leb anon thq only surviving brother of the late S P Lancaster is here for the purpose of institu tnjg llegal proceeding to break the will of S Lancaster The attorneys who formerly repre s PfiLancaster were in consultation 9Jlititjf orenpqn considering a prop oiicioo which the Recordjearrts ia about to be maderto the credit ors by Mr R B Lancaster The si umierstand kethatsuit tobieakthewill l and if sue cessful he isto Qthetile credito8 of SVP Lancaster The estate of S P Lancaster is estimated tobe worth IS5000 So if the will is cohtested and broken there would be about 128000 for distribution among the oldcreditors Plies old debts are thought to amount to about 50000 Under the pres ent proposed plan Mr Lancaster would be represented in Jfche contest by Mr E jrMcDermott the well known Louisville attor neT while the creditors would be represented niem pbersas by Messrs John W Lewis and W QMcCborc of St rjngia9ld The fight for the 10bySbyOheQcouldThe above te however the substance of fche plan npoi whicht thefight will be inaugerated Nelson Record rrtlHlutl Tuu Raving citressrn pains in head back and stomach and be ingl without appetite I began to use DrIKfngs New Life Pills Writes WP Wbiteliead of Ken dalr lexand sood feltlik a new man Infallable in atom achand liver troubled Only 25c aHaydons draff store Ihiirtai SMmcr CtM Dontleta cold ouSumnielcoldsare urean4 tfneglecfei t mavrlingeralpng for months A long siege like this Will pull down the strongest constitu lou One Mlnnte C ngh Core will break up the attacks itonCe1 Safe cOupscolasi pttlung1 troubles The childrenHkc it OT Haydon iI1 wHlkIoIn the excitement of a lirely eacer ctse like boat raciug or ball playing they will strain their muscles and go home limping and sore Then they are glad to nave Painkiller to rub on their achiIuglIrnbs to penetrate the jnuclei with warmth and healing yower It has releived tbepaTn o two generations of Ancestors I arge bottles 25 and 50 cents JKcnucky Fair Dates B idstowDSeptmber26E- IiZDbethtoWDtSepteIJlber912 Springfieli September 3jpJ8 Glasgow September 36 Ewingi September 1113 Horse Cove September 1720 LouisyiQe Septernber2227 Kentucky ttt Fair Louisville Ky Aug 25 Now that the entries for the liv stock shows are beginning to came in everything points tto sentuckyStataFa1rv Louisville in September beir the biggest thing of its kindti the South not excepting th e C arleslQnjNC fair of llast Winter One of the greatest cards the fair will have is the famous Tebo byGCasey is is millionaire who is a lover of fine stock and has an ambition to own the finest short horns in the world Be is not sparing his dollars to do Itoat In the herd of fifteen he wire send to Louisville he will Imp Choice Goes the prize win nor at the Highland Show Aberdeen Scot land When this bull won the rizeat that show after winning ttjemafl over Half Sick U J tst AyJ la tt111 er 14 SIKe sn I have Ukea tt tvwy spring M a blodpr1fTla sdseiT ItttJ lnl IcIMJ S To J0aes WkWtt Kaw If you feel run down arc JCisily tfred if ycxir nerves are wpak and yoir blood is tliyt theft tJint- Qtake the odpklstnd ltd family medlclnie i AyerYStriiiriUt Its t regular new kfr1a perfect bipod builder tUuM jIliIt Aoo I = 4 Britten he dhrelin the king Hw itra1gbtwyboughtb T G Ro binli aolfora ladfor fr000 a h OaMifor10OOO In the same berdl thnlm i Cicely the faBons kWPI1R tscfyalt sbqwat yrhich t Pdl1eeJtof1W pins the ribbo was zidMrdbIdsbihtsriIDA fUOq for her CotOaH1i i ceded beritf fflatotfpjbfg r herd of world bttfers albled her upby payilg 3ocxJra4 000more q BOLildRoberta l IaItprjzeL br 1lLeatenI iifether three yet old ihritoo prfzes at Kaftg loilr sihjirtte c tbeOiryoCssey r t icthemiIi wUlsoaethinj WItSaltiniore al b GoaralamousBf ofits splendid Jerseys IB coapih titIan the BelraoBt iowhe0tLcrlBronI toheWlkul5 abtheadendi tocnmpetition until frmjfcftt to twenty Miercs of iWtfcorM andf Jersejsyvill ex terMtl I make the wEow the rittteverbeld south of the Qifto river EEibufh is known too to u i totrairtbatl of Berkshire hogs will ha sat- Thishere wjil bFI k alL IaJr recortistlo section of thf UaiUd 1 StJ1a lia1d ftta ptfbrGeorge McKatrpw tjflfJtV one of tbeotItlOl sfc p yinhtdowns and Oifordiown tIM grounds s Plans arr Vmr wwir to klW peDlfor tsgyt 1iPuiItt tpremium teckIi hsai VMiid o State Otele City otTsIMJLucas Conntr FriaJ J Cbesy hs Mk that a inIoip rtJir ftWr Cli MT O dcthg busisess Is ikesTa ssesu4 sad stile afor Mftt G4rMlttteMkUl wi1payLeef Sir ssk salevery case fciitwk tst aibs j- yb theusk of Ri5SCM FzNkJsrSworn Itmy presence tkkiMkdajc Sf wt riiMrV 1890 AWGkflWMW ljssa1 tH1and acts directly oaflihwf f MI urf5ce tJte9 ree F7 Ckwy Ji it iJ 0a l balt 71 tf ialls Ily Pins aeehsbt o T r AtilutuIs IneffectiyeiyeredLeiil a ispi polntmeat butyou cNtw t fUfft train and break the flwJ et thc stomach a8d bOwels JMlfUH WJi Theyleansec L PtridattKaIIMb1 Jt Tgi Mj I bue enfoys tkcplenaMt elects They areitOHictotiit Jirftc kW mt less torpid liver a 4 pr evcMawrC iHayda JitOO- 1 ti rrliut WtI r ii The Standara poJMepoi 1 uable and interaittef ewrwliKi Vikaburt863duringThbvthe sdf lfce fwrc iuki r G Mt The paper Ife puWksU4 iiw reverse side pf will yipr ffkljl that the edito ccitsI 14111iIt that time Meit of ibe accounts ottkieie ojis pliiiis i1idiy at the tioae JfmftT a CPt ibJiaPKWa taken poMHeiiolm flt tar Logan wbo d Oled a prirV takeoharge Thp vae otis editio of tae rZISi fupItwM daed tqt 1861 aad ectti1 lbs Dtt Ppaper wpiiDWboii ttMifp- a found Tnlk tho5tstaa-flnQa4b7 U- dwu p t 9n Jt ijlRnaWts ia from the 1ooci lfa1t L jt1WskAeij 4 4 A YKARIN ADVANCE IP1NIELDbKY j L L DAVISON Jr J iIrti k tL I butiis MoeIl1ecsspcrv qt1awtte + C ik M c dtAatei MA powtc1mttr i Mipec1k Jtfc pkti close at low rats but cash W fftii oa delivery of goods Mirtlslig comtraots made on liberal rfQMtwrfec ILI Tesolutibos of respect 8 ASHOUNCXJOtK- TStM4r MsIstrtea J 330- MHrtrOe 500 ridi1COOTSOMDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1M2 For Circuit ieri7T W aN amtlaoiJzed to announce the I u EOSLEY Iiaa MMaU fOribtt office of Clerk ertH WiabfBgtoJi Circuit Court wibjeetto the action of the porno ratks party t tKt Pelee is again On the ram f pftge dealing out death and de struction Tile latest reports from Saturdays eruption state c that the loss of life on the Island piof Martinique was atleast 1600 The gendarmes of the island rive the number of killed as being kioocand the injured 1500 The Iih The village of Morne Rouge was destroyed uta few minutes and 4every inhabitant was killed A jgreftt part of the village of1 AjouDa Bbqillon was destroyedl Ii A large portion of the isandha been devastated and the inhabi tente are clamoring tobe taken Wy c t That the next best thing to knowing Ute law Is knowing where io1ndlt was illustrated once when Judge Sim E Baldwin of fhe Yale Daw lln an examination on corpora teon asked hIs class a question which extfefflely difficult A certain complex Btte of facts was given and the question ended with A client comes to you arid states the above cise What would you advise Him to r4rgre tawt answer bonded In was1sWili advise him to come around at ei V4i ck the next morning In flur woutaiookltup IAiow at scleDceiiid the Voltalc current continued tke lecturer was the Voltsniul Its dev dlscovefyotII wF paratively recentachI ence AsUllt small Ladividnal hoisted him j self to a chair 1nderenr of the half Bfold On there fprofessori What abonttbe1erUerj discoveries of JJIoah i I dont understand J9U sir k Then brush up Didnt Noob make the arc light on Mount AraratlBal imoro l ews 4 Oae of Carran WltticliatB I ran siys a writer In the Green BUg once tad as colleague in a case k a remarkably tall and slender nan who Md originally Intended to take orders When the Judge observed that the case Involved a question In ecclesl usticalIaw Cnrran said can refer four lordship to the high authority be hind me who was once Intended forth church though In ray opinion hols wt fitter for the steeple H1eci Opportaaltr Xjtoe1 V VOpportuitty knocks at every mans 4 door said the 11fe I know re sponded tho impecunious Individual ut1it when It knocked at my door I thought It was the installment man and wig Jrai T to DpenrI hlladelphla Eecwd TLeI Ckaged Bnt before we were married she complained you used to give me beau t1tlpreseuts Ifr Yes but a dollar looked like a dime then mIracl4iUmoroNewu and nowera dime looks like = i TJJEDFORDSw i GREAT bKTHE MEDICINE TMteds Blac2Praugiit has JMTM doctoa bills for more than ixtjrTears For the common lam oniptdnte chills and fever bilious likeeempmb1aC regvlateiBdneyspariesI f1 boireli of foul accumulations It indigestionsour rfceuutic pains sideache back constipationdarrkes narat8Idugfta25Mtkf for 1100 Never aoxpt abstite Insist en having the ChMtanoogaIsa ft jDPMthcbsg = easarIk kM d fvais ewry sg tI hue a husks M hr sw l we haM1I hsuIyt4thad rhut1k I ANsPNL1ALq I jftttfrtt 6i WHliiiifii W6i m iI1Iti News Ei n1flie rCountyJ L Happelilns tieCOll I as Reported by our correspondentsI Tf MH NtluUUIQftnftQ Q M GHflPLIIN J 7 L MissLillian Weayejc of Louis illeis visiting friends at this place Mr Reuben Morrlsisthei guest of relatives at Lexington PuRvQ the Christian church at this viplacemeeting near Richmond Ky and- si now conducting a meeting at Prospect near Louisville D B Suther1nclwasinBibOm field Saturday buying wheat He b ugh 1000 bushels Miss Lillian Murphy has re turnedhomeafterquiteaJengthyvisit Miss Ada Duncan attended the ifa r at ShelbyvifleDTfieschool began here ton day with Miss Nannie Huston as teacher She has taughtseveral successful schools here William Stileso fiodgenville was the guest of Bland Rush Thursday The Rush Bros were stormed at Bachelors Hall near here Friday avening by ia crowd of yomng folks chaperoned by Mr and Mrs P R McMackinr Mr and Mrs D B Sutherland and Mr and Mrs Will Roby All present enjoyed themselves byr delightful music rendered by the Holt band after which i they allI fared sumptuously on ater melons cantaloupes lemonade cakes and candy prepared byI thehosts It seems that the Brothers hid been warned of their coming and fully prepared to entertain Those present were Mr and Mrs DB Suther land Mr and Mrs Will Robyj Mr and Mrs P R McMackin Misses Lillian Murphy Lizzie Sutherland Ada Duncan Cora clSutherlandRag 1 and Aria Sutherlandj otMessrsSutherland Nat Holt Noel Rush James Sutherland John Holt Bland Rush Ed Oheatham Willi and James Rush MOORES7ILLE Several of our people took 1a theNelson county fair this week W P Royalty is on the sick inlistwlhestockWeakley is going like hot cakes Several of our young folks took in the ice cream supper at Hard sty Schoolhouse last Sat urday nightk i Miss Lula Merritt of Willis burg visited the Misses Yates last week Jas I Royalty sold a tract c faland containing 127 acres to MrEJep Cox of Chaplin for 3350 per acre itbeinga part of th late H B Mooore farm He 0alsobushels corn at 85 cents per SbushelW S Good has had his house painted and remodeled is now a handsome structuredIt is rumored that Mr J W Bush has sold his farm to the Grigsby boys for 3 500 Poss essfon given January 1st 1903 Last Saturday was a great day in Mooresyille MrD L Humphrey had a colt show the season was given for the best mare colt which was awarded to Mr John Arnold of Polin and U for the best horse colt was awarded to W S Goodo of Mooresville Sixteen colts were shown Then we had a match game of baseball between Willis burg and Mooresville which stood 29 to 10 in favor of Moores ville The return game will be I played in the near future Ed Crouch made a home run tho only one made in the game erl1 p w9qIaY ebltoxport a wedding or two this month V i Stark Bros Nurseries are the Statesjasthenrepr sented m this county by W Oi Ellis MooresvilleVKy Talham Sprlnjis I qIHey 91ri has losdja series of meetmgsittflockbride Rev Vnrlrwiil hnlh a 1 cai f P me Ung near Pulifanf rllhe two weeks MU 11l v jI meetihgalTfthtmtwillt f ffirstl BobertBrOn gh Wli oefiom J N Ooulr or13 T riJr l who recentlyl bougi 4 hJ toh he ntinaccOfQrIt ko J i t tcco CovahHisvfcmity t week viewing the growing f crop of tobacco tfhavf FFnewbylli1Lnpfl4L Sthtrplefe JMiaawesWiUstarttlfortj tember Be has two daughtea whoVjh ave been there for some time each one having a claim of IGO acres unimproyejd land Several in this tjommtinity areMt 1111JSpfini i f I t etcaib Illinois lust week Mr James Stines of Gravel S wth is visiting friends here this week V I rI4cT 3drtSeveral fronitthis vwinity av tended the Baptist Association at Bethel Jast Thursday ant F trldayA large crowd attended the oldtfolks meeting at Kockbrjdge last Satin farand Sunday4diV if ii WItLISBURGI Mr T JMjlleriiasgone to Hot Springs Ark forth beue fit of hisheaith Miss Oda Sonnet ot LoujsvUle iai visiting at the home of Mrs Same Sutherland Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs at tended the Shelbyville fair lost v eekt Mrs W P Cbeatham arid sis telt Miss Nancy Cheatijam visit ed friends at Perryvifle on lasJi Saturday and Sunday The Coney Neck Base Ball ub and the Willisburg team playud base ball at Mooresville i last Saturday eveoinj Scorr stood 27 to 10 in favor Of the Coney Nedk teahj The Cqrnisliville and Willis burg base bellf teams Will play a tso his place on next Saturday evening Elders Swope of Springtield nd Campbell of Texas conducted the Sunday School convention att Bockbridge on last Sunday morn g which was enjoyed bv all ho attended Mr Sebe CQ key of the Gleni Creek neighborhood who has j been very ill is thought to beim roving at this vrit ngIEldJ A Bimms filled his reg ular appointment at Love Ridge jlast Sunday mornillgiErastus Yates of Booker paidI our town a call lust Saturday nd bought a buggy for 125 ofII D Wells Death again has visited our m bidstandlloved friend Mis Ophelia GillisJ pie iScrug s Wife of Richard eruggs who departed this life on last Friday at her home neuijBeechland She was sick only a few days She realized her con liitionb Isetter23 yenrs old and had baen mareI n 1edsistant member of the Christian church at this place A husband a Dlndfriends are left to mourn her JPSS Her remains wore brought lo this place and after a very im pressive sermon by Eld J A SimE1her remains were deposited in the Ft rview cemetery the following day We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives Peace to her ashes PULLAM rAs I attempt to write to you this morningwe are blessed I a by entle rain which is much need ed The farmers are busily en gaged in cuttin g anV lid using their tobacco crop most of which is very good Mr tMoss of Springfield passed through this region lastwaek miking ii vestigations relative to the pros l ent toba co crop jj There is an very fine belt o burfey jiobacco beginning east of Tatham stud ex tendinWtheSaifjjtitor for d on Caplin nverr Most IIJ tfhft hknockt IUH10ti aLd thus stve exuenses by sell jagi their toaccpat home j sold hs arm lJjwcvr atJi a acre I I IE PDe man soIrlticowatidli to Wm TjJrrellPfd SS 1i r trellalsb bought iI cow and calft 9i J Chas Cpujter for 840 + 3I I I Good Itock hogs are bringing f9tt 4obeba1 c p6rIPIu r 1a Burlarsattempted Jo rob WsiJJ1 ksolwsom meansfailed toIaccom their4Jrilibco S t2duedbYRii thy nigHt SpmeWt2 treclaimed and nineteen weret tvj Trrejba a1Pad fare weilrto Greens Ctfapaif on latt g friBroTell1011 our circuit for four years and is with reluctance that we give rhimI1 graatu1any fQlkSae atiect- Led with this disease called scarlet fever It lyxs invaded the pub lie schools in this section of the c am lh4S iatrepdT dascdh IWin Burns who hasbeen with WHoplHiam1 a Norm ay ky tis 11ttMr W F Booker WHS at Tatimm Springs Friday MrLevi i Ruby of KkomO Ind is mwI hisratner4WRubY TitrmaS Burns ofMuroa 15 tvisitingAsi is time to hedivsomereci la ions r will close i Forest View Building seems tobeon a boom as wecan hear the bane of the h lcliet in ever direction The hurry of ihe carpenter everyf morning and returning at night tens that a great deall of york ite being done To narr the jobs would monopolize too much of your valuable space We are told that Mr Richard Thpatro and Miss D illy Corbey were quietly barrio vt Bt Rose church last Sunday opening Mr Dornonick Boo aman 90 years old walked one day list week from the residence of his n n arSgrjngfield to Mr Pius NaliyXand returned in the ever iing making a distance of ten mlles He iis we land lively still retaining his full powers of mind andgives promise pf living several years yet We have been iuformed that a lady nearly seventy years of age has been to the graveyard steal jug our lowers digging them u by the roots and carrying them off We know of few things that are so low downuhless tits- uti old roguish hPftrrooting down in the grave yard and devouring the dead bodies Looking over a box of old relics recently we found U frag ment of an account book kept in the year 1806 The front und ack are gone We cant say who kept the book but we think it was Mr Dudley Robertson from seeing his name at different places We tiud the follow- ingi names in it and knowing that many of heir relatives are ving and hoping tlmtjt will be some satisfaction lu them IIill give a fow Thomas Cbenuult t i John Roctrland Joseph Knot Daniel Mock father of the late Reuben Mock John W Hu ndley George Kregtir Matthew Walton James Jackson Edward Gathers William Kedger Thomas Yates Joh Reed henry Mudd VYill iamt McElruv Joseph RagChas Milton W W Hay Benedict Spalding A tliuiiy Rugsdale Thomas Gather Ltenjmin Piles Will Moore Philip Harbour t William Walker John Calbou Fleming Rober sot Jesse Hoad Jacob Saay grandfather to the Heays S Mock of lhispartot thecpuuty Dan Mock who kepttl the first boarding house sr hotel in Springfield POLIW vi It is only forllack Ortimhthat I postpone writing rtinci my last there have beer rcuiiythings transpired v i Scarlet fever has visited Our little village Tim childfen of F M Strange have been danger usiy ill but aro improving fnow Several others are affliuteUwitb the same d1 sease Gburiieii Hardety and ire ave VefuVned to Jj5u1svijlle after aweekfvtsib to hslparents7lWi T H rdesty Mrs Maggiei Ir1Jund j 5i idaugijterrtlss Encrof f Nicholas v1l1espenl two days iiiistv tek with hernefceMr8 2HckilQrpw Miss Lillian WeiVer ftF Bouis f ville is the guest otMist ElY or Neale of Maple miR Lillian de I 11- UOhT t if AlT if OrrJifweighttrengihen and lungs andput ou in con tlition for next winter wouldbegin fo take it ItISend forfresampe and try Cherniath4o94i5ye and zoo nil drngglrt J res l1S as rnilineri for Qrneivaq r iafivt i Mrs Ophelia Scruggs died at er home nea1Aiireirdnjg t2 9 aftega brief iitneslt Zack Grow SQldjto ruretmnleslfdrlilOO 3woThe ladhis ofHardesty School otie Om It rertqd criISaturday evening Tho proceeds were to purchase seats fop the house f AjReFizer preached his aSt s eOntM1 Zion last Sunday JY1eJlleturn soonI SIGN YOUR LETTERS SInny People Write Letter and lor- gtttheSInflturA iaranypeoiihwrlte Jforgtttfo tfu11hlapNu IeiiILcome tj us every dny with such letter luJto lhope that they mJt1 JjiCl ro ire lia wyiterit fomi tiilics we can iiu s thut not Often Of course cub a xUil preeutiw of such iliitturs ure lir lit to our uttiistiou so the total uuuib r must be Very large It the name of the writer li on tbe tr1le 4rfre1ueuets cnunot bis traced to tho writers c6rfaliTllusIuoss In ililjrcjty brought luu leter uiSlus thy hislgnutilibill to pay for certain goods orderid It Jcmu from a village n the Interior thofpostmaster of the place with the Ire quest that he ascertain the name of the writer If possible He tailed to do so and the matter rested for solu- time Ono day we received a letiu from the same town asking us as to ftletterthe writer had sent the firm i ney for an order of goods and bad i hvd ii reply It turned out to be the person we were in search of and the mlstdlu was explained But this was nn ex ceptlonal case Chicago Inter Ocean Premature Anxiety A long time ago when trains trav eled more slowly than they do now and wny trains were more common two high railway officials got on a train at Philadelphia intending fo ride out about thirty miles said old rail firoadsay to ouch other and the train which iistoppedthem a good deal A man recently land dj got aboard a few milesl out and added to their annoyance by his persistence in askinmthe name of every station that the train stopped nt After they had po Iltely answered his questions tot a dozen stations or so one of them be came angry and said to him See here my friend If youll kind ly tell me whererypure going Ill see thePThe Immigrant reached down to a capacious pocket and pulled up a tick fitachedbPbliadelphta Tho Old Surf Bath It Is not so many years ago when 1Iurt bathing of a very primitive kindl prevailed at the eastern end ef Long Island and for aught I know at other points Every Saturday morning or afternoon as the tide wlljed through out the rfummer big farm wagons trun died down to the beach and were swung around abreast oC the line tif breakers Old nshhcusea served tho purpose of modern bathing pavilions and the sea costumes were those of last years village street A long rope was drwn from under the seats and hitched to the wheel and then sone sturdy exwhaler or life crew man In red flannel shirt and old trousers tied hI thiougthe e lifeline and wading out kept it as tat itfas clrcuuiKtnnccR permitted while women mid children hung to It IiiI ledum wullovrod and shrieked rC tUboutllugif That Hear Oile Or tin sruirgtt jind west uji fitnuigizie tanto be one at least of the functions of the fore legs In the cricket On ae outer side of lia tibia d small ovftl eiuitv may be seen in which Jhe rtroi g armature wJilch covers the of pbodybriuious condition making thus u so t of window or drymheud Conunujn eating with this Inside the log ate the ends of n nerve nnd it can hardly Ue doubted therefore that tfn whole atparatus constitutes un auditory OIUDI All He Wanted to Know ily dear be said softly Well she returned with sonic perfty cTiieiiknow ylotWtaitaltr she asked Will you Cold me up usa model to third pyourcago Post ArtlflcUl 1dDrrjThe tratle Of artificial flymaklng the lightest fingered business in the worldf tand It Is not one man or woman out ofOO0 Who Di learai to tie Hies These iyers are remarkable for the beauty and delicacy of their hanils c4udeaJwlthttthgh0fr5tbfltc5Dladiybd5eD DUeewatiac ltHe Heros a ejory of a surgeon wh fJamputated his ow thUmb pdertt IsnWt She Ob 1 dont know roHeWbatt landted f She But iio doubt heput himself unJJ Idcr the influence of etbvt flrat Pblja delpbla EKM L jjQ i wiVi WiItWi 4J1 1- 43ifrJ j mfIJR1 VO v f z tiijt 4i Pof i r I cfI4t 7T2T f1f bq thVi GQr bIO aS 5 i 7 1 t I 3 make a ie Y for a ITi 1 r l 0 t tt must is at 1J ii 3 we of allI f 4 f1ftu4il t t f f 3 IWo f 1M IPj 7 llfU JU if j 3f ifit vi a ti f mt If RE1L t sForl Ji I b I G C Agentt f itI have In my charge for salt tb t wfo flfst tlBimAt t1 lbTIat1d j Washington connti ilso liave h m t is property furnished on dettnd LIST OF FARMS acre farm gool litad flrH claM jimprovements of evtry kind near Springfield Price r q cacr 330 acre farm 3 miles Ir mlrln l and good outbnU11i far wtll 145 acre farm from rglfield good imp ovenl wehtuj td nnd watered not pu l ke bi iuripike Price 825 t11 230 acre farml I J miles for 1 Yrinjri IIo watered Price 40 150 acre farm 81 n i from Sprin field on the pike gooJ smalh u and barn large jtobnoco baru i4iiu ostly In grass price S50 per neroI200 acre farm 2 mat from orhig raeld on the pike plnlii comtkruible thouse on the farm wlI watered and fenced price 30 per acre 105 acre farm 3 miles from Spring field i mile from pike farm some put of repair bat first clnfcH land price fSO Iper acre 240 acre farm 6 miles from Spring eld on the pike small bbao and arnj farm well fenced good deal imberlandt lays well price 325 pet acre 170 acre farm 10 milea from Spring field good land fairly good improve price 3700 200 acre farm 7 miles from Spring field on pike flrstciasB improvements of every kind good land well watered price 45 per acre 160 aCres of land 5 mlles fjota Springfield np improvements 60 acres of creek bottomprJce 30 per IaCta 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on good land firstclass Improvements lays well mostly In grass priee 64260 per acre I92 acres of land 7 miles from Sprint t field on county road small bouse good tobacco barn price i a good w lays well price 8 30 per dcre 185 acre farm 8 miles from Spring eld good house find barn some well feuved and watered t price 30 per acre 00 acre farm 7J mifs from Spring ffield on the tPlke f ud small hoorc a IInd2000 70 acre farm 4Imi ea from Sprlng field on the pike good house and barn 10 acres crh k bottom goodI well and milk hous farm mostly inf grass price 1600 135 acre farm 0 mJltfl from Spring field on the pike nice new fran house 6 rooms good Dew bar n good t 200 acre farm 7 miles froth Springfield on pike good six room jbouseji good stock barn hind good tobacco born 30 acrei bottom land Pce eracre 240 acre farm2 miles from Spring rteld on the pike good house and barn farm welt fenced and watered Price 1U a re farm fltn land good 1m prpvements wen atered and fenced price 35 per acre lot Jgoae4 urj J1 by g6oj doctors writes WAt Greer McCoQBelville 0 tor1 JPiles and Fistula but waen all Idled Bucklsn Arnica Saiy eicured ire in two week Cures harosl Bruises Jots Corns Sores Erupticns Saiy Rbeu Piles Or no pat 25 c tsatt fHaydoodr ff f j h I r L1L j iIIIdwe can afford to sell tthem close figuresrOiir lioul il i a fiU ofsorneofthe- lnest laf Sfaia e1iiion the market4 An l D i ii1eyu any a11 and selectibu and reaP Spring EEpING TIME i Yu yiemember near hantfind Ihave grass seeds kinds fJitMI4i MKeAecialf ifSOfttte SedOatst THOMPSON G1f1q n mf PlRINOFIELD K- YiS4E i ESTkThr WIIRTON iroperty 1011provements tlnJf1field 41Plrlacre ImprpvuIef mente pike SprlneI gooIsterns S26rperacre fIgstcre0 kttVrtJl a iSI r MIItUt jI II t1ivercej h t s44- eSOUTIIRN U L 4W 411 WfJ MUIUALit 11 I 9ItVI HJV sCouhIhrIy41t44dh f1Jl1f j r 1pth6l4 kkrn 11itb 3itIt w i1I O1UW4JIICELRQY l ffA 1 AGENTtt t4iWl K h j1t Spnnfifpn ri t N7s fml 7 r l MENT2YLtt1 f f f OLJGHJ LUMBER t i mCI t iASH and DOORSuj 1ii LATH and SPJfNnie t Frd i cj CONTRACTING j tAnythingr the building line atthSpJdE- LD 1 LUMBER COs Yard f4 Itt 1t l O AWAH1 GET PR1CES10 rt il Ie Spendthe Summer att ASHEVILLE J Charmingly situated in the beautiful Mountain Region of Western North Carolina known as the t and6HheSkyifi Easily reached by the Southern Railway t Clear Bra6ing Atmosphere Good Temperature Magnificent Scenery A delightful retreat from the iintense heat of the Summer Iland of thel Sky book free on receipt df Jwb centt stamp for postage r IbjHBungerlor IPt A ICyIIGU AllfeDi AG P A St Louis Mo- B B bpencer Gen Mgr St Luuii Md JO NQTIINMkI6A Tkr11i Ske cof LsIvIUc r Sleeping cats ruaNi NrUNd Michigan resorts frost LevIi4 v rPenyv Jtaiho p B I Railway The FIhta tlJwill beeitabltshe tt2i 1H- vtnlIoul ils 1 Ji4l fiLS4 p jIetOkeyTraveraeOlt BAy THMT Harbor lICla 4 iick MW dfty M t JiblcK ckl a 1sia d at n toonpectlliRfonBatba adiraM O HMac TtyD P A LwuVrM Kr JJI autd wiks j 4xttyie tsjtln lna Woqrtir PA it r 1 TheM S rl Paciijc Wi 4 Affords prospecto haltn itr pleasure seeicOr dcidh14jhj rtMrhiaMistoiats Ite Ectiltk uIQ1lrf 4UL j1Jbilte NorthweL Fjst4rau dki1kSt Loiiis LhrOug Ku ig Oiy Pflj3 Itnd i 1 Il CIh CtvIii the D vr t1tKfGtl l By sceoc Lint of the Wrm EItreWJ IiIIIduauff tlje 80rot 10 JJolordo Dab iCt stEt Qrta ta equippedI with ktiitUIrcricjss t JPuHmnil SJ4osri q1 C a la cur v envies 0rlmItttf itbroi PIi ia Standard S Mp rc t Lo4fer ban Franqispo vi eKlc Q1JJ r doMnd aI tjf llHiv Mfc PersonallyPuIIwin coiKiuc t rjPu4fLou1G3PaiirFastlrorgh ti I t1ty s ttMeiJUItHe Padle 54 An idealI f finlDiring the FuirSaoae st8atuwed west boind the Missouri atik JRj Wtw StLvimit thWor1dM Y4Ire wllbot1ffora4iuhuwtCaunewaaria rafoMead4rcssIIGKatlMrP41 jnta Ht LiIisix- p 5rifJH 4 0 1Q kiL1ftig rJI J trntiltwse Iw T tw4qIf Cuo4rFrWive toetiYw YIiIA Short V ijTiMii vk j t aisdLo5seetovr VJei YyltGLXsiaaeo5 tft=ate- al T tbus aeJt1 sad Q to m cjWr r a t CadA G n Izo jv B- rI D5P A XOisYlPt y r w I 1 i I W iFTH r CQjfj y N4 T1 PA1fb i4I I 4 OwiOgs JINek MiJPt PJUNGFiiLD KY- Dwrial I ojAU Work Strictly PirstclascI i 3 1 tLff LAMPTON jI OFFICE lh eIHe1ILJcr JJD4SS JSlOOIJ 0fj t srJtI GFIELDKY ft I oIqLDr Rinebltrta MreiloiM over Peoples Deposit Bwik tcehour12to2j pm =s s I ifr FGR1GSBY 1 ATTONNEYAT LAW I Qe oyez Ponplas Bank jSPR1MUJXLD KYf j D r I 1EV 5and 1 i Jt t 1L FAST lljAONA CITY j i WICIIiIIA L HNISON Ita JsiII roRTwoRl I Ja TMII tria Ii sew tluagu a 1per10rk4 Mgkt M4 all seisys1ees it oUaerJHderahJ jR Rlvsr mvllR1Do te Infji11 1vtm = by 81ntn l at L D IlIRRUT Gen Agenti t 40 uJ 11t CircinnatiO red long 1r = br1 NoliceSj PartTe J sl desiring goodS Irre rives Ifeht for smallsuins yiih excellent rate of interest wri I us for paticulars A resident years s1icitor waned Pen ylvanio feet iiDroyenientand In vestmentXp t day 703T Bajer Building Reading burg Perin to h 1 ForSaIe I hayefoivsale 20000 hickoryr Sobiccqp sticks Apply at my wilt mill 6 iniles from Springfield pn the JBardstown road For the particulars address Y t LHDEviNi 286t f Springfieid Ky ber SPEH g fODRTYllRDS I Wasil 7 inyestrnentr to when be found now Wecni tell yott why We can show you the money in them We cnsely riwJ1at you want and at Thboprice ur1nd JcOpeJWrite I tEIi room t tt 1eOrSI jIIhave for sale t ray farm situaWltbC ted fiyljilei from Springfield Granand5amwitb 2 enroplkSprinprov meuts The farm contains 190 acresfand willbe sold in cit as publoltwotractsporfrirther information address mentof WILLA TJlOMPSON Valt will281tnevening b 0the0rarmforSajcJ Sociali OJeWI Jth ar will W pk PR the e1sc n banquet phys1Mof Booj1d The atmcop ki f tileMofJUd witic4 social 0dw1flnt house large buM ybl water FarIn Mr jt r1it Vov further chai IztiCwItr drCe storeSSSc Jt L MOO RB t d Ittii1JtqWQ Kyf1 I reopened i nTOWNI i Uiii iiiliii4lili aiiiu ILcl MappRlT Itert i Fr liMt awl Lattst ii AllAlMutY urMir Friends and AcquaiMtaiice u IA fine line offancy Curry gocer Tapp = lesjth Seed Rye for sale Thompson Greek If you want a first class tea we have it Curry Tai J01L dis free the first day ofthe irandschooJ free the third day f a- We have the thiest stock of theforl marFet Tapp Luther Burns was in Louis ville last week and boughtfthe heirs interest in the Anthony Booker property You cad always find a full and resh S robk of Rudolph and Browns fine candles at Curry Tappfj The ladies 6fth Christian church willserve dinner in the septSIi4rjs frtn containing 412ajacres Situ a ted neat Mooresvlle to Tames irfJes Grigsby Pricei 8 850 citizen of the county should make ifc a pointl to attend hoprcngfild fair rie VrYeefc atid thus encourag w home en v terprise 0MMr QWhartnthbreal es E agent has sola to Mr John obiti th farm of T J N lly tuated on Little Beech The Imco1ith3 215 acres and t price paid was 5000 P ftJoe game of base ball plavreci re on lasti liur day betwefett uiieOoming Stars of this plaFet resultrcleeltjeom tto score of 17 tp lor J i TherawilibeikcangregationjiL Lfleetingigchurch11 ocl6cki Business btlJ11 portance will come up lor con sideratfoh Losy OB STRAYED A ctark long slim hound do with taiIand white spotj oni 8astSani NallyyeMaIq re JCy J T eSTRAYED A bay mare four J old 15l hands h igh hindl whit Last seei i on Sun at Beech Bridge on Willis road Reward illl returned DR S J SMOCK1 Sprii igfieldj K r t tpJThe indications arc that there be a high class e hibition of SllSpringfield fair next week Remember the date four days his beginning Wednesilay Septem 10th D w brillcohingtonstiItoseeusinesspC in Louisville 8iV We t theketin ththeW 1 SMITH who elocal Mayonic lodge basbe lssed of Jofln R Barber tbefOJ n Main stareet adjoining the on a House together with all ovements The mason made all arrangements to in at once the erection of a Mr business house and lodger ho Mr day hools opened here Monday Th a good attendance Prof wo ts High School was opened3cha a goodly number of pupils 1esII lld O W Stallings as ybi cipa and Miss Lizzie Leefel assistant have charge of the imu c free school and the em x ll Th pupils is large me crx Thephysicians of Spring field ten give a banquet on Mon iday uext Sept 8 in hone r of D physicians of the county iAmeeting will be held a tthe tht House IbeThe ent is tendered by the local Jes icians to their profes sionall iin ers of the j hefordalShe FI Theo Mddrug afJobnHermanJoMudd fneGlenntbeb1lSli1essand wiili un cr1 tOPIGSJ f p II t firm Jam of Wood oth of tbese young men are husdors and have many friends and we predict for them success and smooth sailing Brick workc on the new hotelI W alLop has been completed the framing for thereof is up and the handsome structure willl be pushed to completion It will be a credit to the town The HarrisParkinson Stock Coi opens a weeks engagement atthe Opera House on Monds y Evening next ThiS company made a fine impression when sbuwing hereabouta year ago and they lave greatly improved their company since and have a number of new plays and special ties which they will put on The- sbowis attracting crowded houses at Bardstown this week Thompson Yankey Co of this place bought of Thomas J Miller of WillisTburg last week for the Louisville market 141 hogs at 6 50 per hundred The hogs brought a total of 1776 12 and as some ambitioas school l boy will likely want this for problem we will refrain from giving the average weight per Hog Mr Miller is the largest feeder of hogs io Washington county He has led and sold to Thompson Yankev 8f Co since ay 333 hogs that brought him iua total of43l112tIn response to an invitation Rev Stri kland of Alabama ar i1erivedhere last Saturday and preached at tho Presbyterian church on Sunday and on Mon day evening Rev StickJnndI made a fine imp people of Springfteld and there ia eagiven a call to the pulpit which hasbeea vacant for some time Mr Strickland jis an exce1tet preacher and a gen tleman of the rrhigbesttype and the church here would lae fortuna e to e Cure his services as pastor- S telegram was received here Sunday mornimg announcing the leath of W D Ragsdale at San vntohit lPx S cu Sunday at pW The d ecea 11S a M mtarionars ago marrited Miss May Claybrooke a dau ghter of Ion R Claybrooke t iff this ounty Pa oticu1arsnot received beyond tthe fact that r Ragsdale was sick only a few days The room ins have been shipped to tel anon for burial and the funeral will take ace at that point tod iy at 11 oclock Beside the w ife four all children survive Mr A BT MoChord hlSsold interest in the firm ex f Me Chord fc Robertson to Cl taricLu Robertson who wRfli other W K Robertsoox will ntinue at the same stand The re is nc w closed fox the Pur of invoicing the stock nd new firm will have naUte rs shape to open the store fi r fap trade Mr Mcidoor d retires from the fir m ball n in business in Spri ugfield a numberof years and retires ao count of bad health Mrs Arthur Mudd Dead Mrs Ida May Mudd wife of Arthur Mudd died at the n e of her parents 1 fcr and 0smorning bf consr nnjailon deceased us a lovel j young nan of many sterling traits of racter She had been marriedI ithan a year and the fie voted ing husband bastt tflf heart t sympathy of the en fije com nity in his sad bere1 Bremen it e funeral took place Bhiesday rning at St Rose an illl large Iwd of sorrowing fr tends Ltr ided the last sad rite eath at barTon rA dispatch from D SoanrU to Louisville Times sa ps Irs J Ann Hood a geti aov t vtwo and one oj tl ne wedith i and most prominc ltwomen this section died si aflflerilyati r home here at 5 pc kadk Mon y morning of hea fcCfaJhtre leaves two daugl t1I61B Miss lot ie Hood of this city and rs 1 Shelby Irvine 4stf IBkh mono I Ky Mrs Hood was an a1uxt ofMr e Shelbyof the Uew Hill ighborhood this cc muty KiI a41re M Ag O1H HORD p NTIsTToFyjcgn1fluIAuT Buuxm formaneritly located SPRINGFIELD KY FECNALMIss Llllle Coivin has returned Bardstown tott Mr Buel Poster and pother were la Tatbam Sunday AB Campbell was j1 Louisville the first of the weeknthee Fannie Smith of Bardstown yjgited friends here last week lMtssKeliey of Lebanon iIs visiting th Misses Medley of this place Jim Cbeabier came in off the road this week for a visit to his parents IMrs Arthur Russell of Bardstown visited jrelativer here the first qf the w eekefromran in An derson county Mrs Jennie TalbCtt left Monday 1for a valHober son Mr Sam Jones who lives at Parsons Kim Misa Lillian VanOleave of Ijonls ylliB who has been visiting her cousin MrsM K Marks has returned home HM Noe has returned from a trip to Dakota where be taint In the in tereBtOfthe Milwaukee Harvesting Machine Co 0tJudge W E Selecman and Misses Lucy Seleoman Sadie Mayes and Ruby Lampton have returned from an eastern trip IMr A D Young and wife 0i theJfamilies of Ri J andM V Crouch near Wiillabnrg rMisses Lillie Gormen Mary OMally Kitty Smith Mary Lee Slmms and if George Popo frsm Louisville spent Saturday at Tatham Rev JW Carter who with his wife have been at the home of J S for a couple of weeks left yei- erdayto attend the conference at Condon Mr Thomas Medley the successful attorney of Springfield was in town on Sunday His business was ih no 1fay connected with the law Bards town Record Messrs John I MoEiroy H M Grundy O M McCbord Emmet Mc Ehoy and RobH Sutton have return d from a sight seeing trip to Oldi Point Comfort New York Washington and other points of Interest- IARRlSPARKNSON J t STOCK CO At The Opera House All Nextt Week The Harris Parkinson Stock Co which played here fast season and mdde sucha good iimpres sion comes again for a weeks engagement opening Monday nignt Sept 8th in their scenic production of Lost m Egypt Mr Harris has had a new set f scenery painted for their bit which is jibe prettiest he has ever carried Tuesday night will be a new bill which has neVer before been produced at popular prices A True Kentuckian and no true Kentuckian should fail to see rt The company comes stronger better this season than ever be fore They hay an entire new lline of specialties which will be introduced between the acts making a continued performance Seats will go on sale this morn iing at the snal place so vou had better buy early in order to get good ones y PUB C ALE I will offer for sale to the high est bidder on Saturdays Sept 27 on the premises my house and oclockIpl Hue has seven rooms 5 below and 2 above front and back porch good milk cellar never failing well of good water besides hydrant m front yard outbuildingsWill stock of buggies and harness One saw and six pigs 1 first class milk cow Terms made known op day of day of sale 4 4t S M KARKICK Suit Filed Suit was filed yesterday after noon in the Circuit Court by Mr R B Ofbreakthelate S P Lancaster All the devises are made party to the suit The petitioner alleges that at the time he made the will S P Lancaster was not of sound mind Han E J McDermott tof Louisville has been retained tas attorney for the contestant t and the case vill be fjughttda 9xdecutorofthewUI some of the best legal talent to assist him in defending it and it iis expected thatnearly all of olir legal for e will beon one side or the oVer of the controversy The case will attract great Iin tterest throughout the country JRecord t PIIBLIOSALE1H f FiWFarm and Valuable Race Stock As executor of the lateSt P Lancaster will sell at public butery tothe highest and best bidder at fche dwelling tjouse pn the Nichol farm of said Lancas ron i WEDNESDAY SEPT 10 190 6251acresoraardstowtf on mileI Lancaster pike The place has on itp good dwelling house two good barns and isi well located and in every way a desirable farm The farm will be offered for sale in three separate parcels and then as a whole and which ver way it brings the most money will be accepted It will be offered in parcels as follows One parcel containing about lib acres one parcel containing about 227 acres one parcel coil taining about280 acres Eacjh parcelof land thus sold adjoins the pike i Good liberal terms made known on day of sale The sale will commenc promp ly at 10 Qclocka m H pubii9LsaletQ Courthouse Square Il Berets town Ky on Monday OMIt day Sept 8 1902 at 2 oclock p m the following borough bred race stock of tjhe late S P Lancaster viz A Chestnut Stallion three years old by Imp Wagnertidam 8LinnieIdalpLindof Sallie Lewis by Glencpe He is a full brother to the great race mare Cleophus Andl also a great mare Lucy Lewis by Spendthrift damDeS drop by Engineer and a splendid colt by her side by Imp Likely Lucy Lewis is the dam KingLewisOBryan and KUrush Terms of sale made known at time bt sale MAT W HALSTEAJJ Executor of S P iLncastjer = PUBLIC SALE r At my farm three miles north of Springfieldon TUESDAY SEPT 80 1902 beginning at 1 oclock pm j will offer for sale to the highestt bidder the following personal property One fat cow 2 lpng yearling steers 2 etra good milch cows 2 weanlingvheifers one mule colt one mafre some hogs buggy and harness andI household and kitchen furniture- I will also at the same time ud place offer forrerit my faring consisting of 80acres40 for corn 12 for rye and 12 for wheat t Terms of sale Sums of 5 andI under cash in hand over that amount a credit of 12 months with 6per cent interest will be allowed f MRS M A HENNESY REPORT OF THEe TREASURER tt- OF SPRINGFIELD RECEIPTS Recd from former Treasurer 2 15 DuO First National Bank 90 64 IFI 51nesTaxes and Tithes on levy 190r Ill it Taxes and Tithes on levy 1902 1J500 00 80Ii Tp 11 1 310 94 DISBURSEMENTS lQ Paid for repairing stresta II 03 Equipments salaries etc depaztcbent J 1Jrej J178 14 Paid Springfield Water L dmaPaid Court and Jailers fee w t Paid Salaries and Commission 22 Paid Poun rent printing re bated licenses otb05 184 37 Paid bank overdraft 90 64 19pi1anceon Total11o1E 4 I4B CAIN Treas Notice I have secured the hitching and feeding privilege at the Springfield Pair September 10 18 Your patronage solicited Hitch 10 cents feed 25 cenjss GEORGE COLviir my1placelaabout H hands high Sieward for its return to James Hughes Bloomfield Ky The EGGS the coJfee roaster uses to glaze iiiscoee with would wu Mfctkiitklndot sl neI11I1r1akthe 1 0LionkM oaxillBf of ttbrage eggs glue etc Itls coNpureun- adaherated IreM wrong and of delightful Uv r ad aroma Sonife Reasons Why You SheuM buitt iR flu4eqvaledtoaera hard leather soft specially prepared teps out water A heavy bodied oi- lHARNESS excellent preservative 811 cost of your harness burns the leather its efficiency is increased ecures best service titches kept from breaking OILs in all Localities 0Mnuttnred bT t SdaH Gil CePauT- l PIKE AND rlll L LUNGII How i You Mar Ka llr Tell Them Apart tor Their Marking Ill the mtwkellunge the upperJiplfor cheek and gill cover is scaled the lower half being naked The pike has a gui cover scaled like the lunges but the entire cheek Is scaled The eastern and grass pickerel have cheek and gill covers scaled all over Hence If only the upper half of the fishs cheek Is scaled it is a lunge If the entire cheek and half the gill coverl show scales the specimen Is a great northern pike Young musk llunge are distinctly spottedwith blackish on a greenish or grayish ground The mature fish showa less distinct markings although they usually are discernible In the region of the taU I have however seen big old fish upon which the eye could Meet no spot the general color being gray IIsh green with a few dim reflections Again I have seen fine fish of auonde script tint as like bat of an old dry rubber boot as anything I can think of The young and old of the great northern pike have the sides marked with oval whitish or yellowish spots several shades lighter than the ground cWor hence a fish with spots darker than the ground color SB lunge f with llighter spots a northern p1keEdwyu- andyaln Outing The Oldeit BrltUh Game In one form or another football the oldest British game has existed for centuries Some see lit in the game harpaston played by thel Greeks the name of which they saby derivation suggests that the ball might be seized and carried Into goal No trace of the game as now understood Iis fannd putside of Britain but in Eng land I has flourished for ceI turles- Shrove Tuesday in olden times was the great annual fpotball day wjien the fun was fast and urlqus shops and houses being cldscd for fcirr of damage and both sexes and all ages taking part Fltzstephen In his History of Lon don 11751 makes the earliest mention of tile game in England He tells us of young men of the city annually Ing into the fields after dinner to play at the well known game of ball on Shrove Tuesday Traditions of Chester and Derby bear this out where it was longl the custom to do the same Ches ters first ball being the head of a Dane Pearsons Weekly I 0Vbat He Wanted to Know It may not be generally known but a certain prominent resident belongs to a family in which his one of twen tyfour brothers and sisters sixteen of whom are pow living There were two mothers in the family the first haying eleven children and the second thir teen The man in question belongs to the second group One of his sisters grew to maturity married had sevoff children and died before he was born He was an uncle before birth and a greatuncle at five years of age It is said that when the latter event came to pass and the youngster was inform ed that he was now really and truly a greatunclo be who had been an uncle Cor five long years cocked his features Into an expression of sadness andre plied That maybe all right but when am I going to be a granpa Ann Ar bar Times An Insinuation It was a warni Sunday morning in church Fans were fluttering hymn alp flopping handkerchiefs mopping streaming faces and the minister bought his audience a little lax in at tention Finally he led up to a rebuke for Its lackof consideration for sacred end Important things Said he People are prone to attend to the unirnpdrtantHhlngsof life And he gave a few examples to Il lustrate his idea Presently be made his pertinent application Now said he you are attentive to your own comfort this morning to Jie sinful neglect of the holy word Tajie no thought for the hentoN he said dramatically for you may be dead tomorrow Detroit Fr e Press 0Iu5ueuce of Cueai It a Scottish scientist Is to bo be Hjvedir the people of those countries tit whIch chess Is most frequently played are Invariably more civilized than those who inhabit countries hi which little attention is paid to this great game Tho best chess players In the world he points out were to be found In Spain during the period of Its splendor and In Italy during the renaissance whereas today there are few persons In tfioso countries who care for the game Noty Flab Many fish can produce musical sounds The red gurnard has earned the name of seacock tram tho crowing noise which it makes while another species is called the piper Others nob ably two species of ophldlum have sound producing apparatus consisting of small movable hones which can be made to produce a sharp rattll The curious drumming made by the Med Iterrqrieon fish known as the malgre cati be heard from a depth of thirty fathoms ThCDc Market Basket Every bee curries his market basket around his hind legs Any one exam ining the body of a bee through a ml j croscope will observo that on the hind legs of a bee there la u fringe of stiff hairs on the surface tho hairs npI proaching each other ut the tips sans to form a sort of cage This tii the bens basket iihere1s uotlJ more expensive than experience and nothing of thIeh there is more sold Atchison Gipbc I There are 25000 pores in thehand k Ulan dl i3psI rDfewf what you ut Return of Jhe Peoples FMorites t arrsPrkgo Biggstoot Ce L t ONE SOLID WEEK GGQMMENGINGMONDllY8EPL tJ i JMHONDAY NIGHT it t r EpSpecialties y I i f1i r songs ybe- weeiit the acts Seats now on sale atususk place Prices 10 20 80 Cents it T1t Weli InviteI to Inspection I h Of our elegant Stdckof NEW GOODS Spring Dress Goods in all the new shades Whie Goods Jh all the new weaves Wait Goo s In Silks Silkl I Ginghams 0EffectsMadras and Mercerized ff t J We arenow Pre c paredtoshowacomplete 5 of CLOTHiNG1 The largest and c most attractive S we have ever shown and LOWER 1IH PRICE Than you wj1- lfindelsewhere ust ppened bu a large Stock lOSETSThe latest incWhite Pink fail to visit our Wall Paper IIDonJt Guriainand Rug Depart is now more complete than In Shesw are showing Vici Kid Patent Calf Patent Kid V lour Calf Box Calf a made on all last from the plainest to the most extreme and examine them We Guarantee to Suit you byeraAlwayspast favors and soliciting continuation of yocrpatroc we remain Yours Trulys CnnningMnil Duncall FRANK W SIMMS BEN P SIMMS JOHN FJSriors FRANK W SIMMS SCO tiverYJ Feed and Sale Stable New and Stylish Rigs and good Hor c peciall outfits for travelling men Give isa trial Comfortable stalls and good tret lent for boarding horsesIr tf 75 SPRINGFIELD K i t COitEChack a opportunity cujoy Atchison Globe Tfc Work mt Earr The leadUnglaUy was IB tearan4t- he morning paper lay crumpl at feet What the mittesT1 tlM Mjtf asked Thl horrid critter sbeeMed- uLe me see Where WMt bas Sftldr There she rcjpltod pela ac I tM dreadtul paragrapll It sajri mj act Ingwas excelteat twit tkat tf ftwii didnt Seem to fit me at aWIj know htwaa 1t tbyso04tei- 1 o anofwTke mn dksi heard hlme llt1 DoaIIdi an nounced the small brother 9VeiiwhatoIltr uitbaster deJlantly Ob nothia towA aMirtr tht Knall brother 1 was o IfiWiiW maytmq its becaiI ot the W7 7- aW but it uln rir7 nk1etf 1WD1 Chicago Poit t I of 6 r f 1 shapes and Blue i c v s GalJ a PHONE to 1 d er te m h t l 1 4 It Te Predict a sa 9y placing twoiNa bammslikt wde dlItuM tics kmd f tttv this i r1 e ai4i by Ii imlItI1 aim led w- tk i other Mt wltk a tapt ittt iald that t storm caR r rItwelve hrs abta4 Uuttotk a t dedeM ftI Ii t ThdL I WeUhea thi1gOe- 4keartISaTW15 I cant e tS1rTIMl1tIMftt d 0 IDk1 IiI Lttis fJWr llpatL fIf = pIaJHJ NI the Ant Wpt ot wt tie Chicago via 1biake was madeia 18tt The abipiOMBt cdnalattd of gay jt1lJbtbua i 1 i Is rv 7W r r The Day Of fakilsItoThere was neverItine 16 the history of tlieStat wbea ih r0 were so manyfaki ioi yaQderin around trYIngto swindle farmers andOt1erpeOplep oat of their znythrnE I a llY Ie ys an excharIge You can scarcely pick up a paj rV but what you rendpf this an pr that buying a gold bivk jIo of th Btoirir pronounced type I xoVjg Bla this timeand a new ft iiext tithe Each fellow ukches them anew trick and omS caat learn themall without i iotti t busted f People are inclined to do theirc delingswith fCfu enersu Thy will send their money off to a mailorder house or give It to ooe fakir wandering through the Country when the same IjoodsJ could be bought for less iifc6ney righ at home In one casejyou have the wojd of your home dealer and you know he iwiU mae matters right In the Bother case you have the slick ugi coated promise of a stran i 4ger whom you will neyer see again and who never wants fo c see you Home merchants are compelled to sell the best eoods but tiieir honor arid reputation t are at stoke Mail order houses selLsecbndi of all goods and the purchaser is sometimes glad tp vget anythirlg never complaining iwhen he fails to find a scarcity jof kinship or complexion between the sample or description such nthe goodsits lf human nature ant until Taurnan nature changes1home merchants will be deprived of trade that belongs to them and the general public win be hard jip for the benefit of the dear Ipeopie in other States 1uttIrSeveral years ago my lungs were obadIyTtttflzmmorales writes A M Ake or Wood rnd l took treatment with Jeyeral- physicians without any benefit I tnctfsUtted to take Foleys Honeyand TaraicItrny lungs are now assoupd- a Uet I recommend at in the advanced stages of lung trouble Jfyouard tronbled with odorous breath heart burn flatnency head aehe acidity pains after eating loss of appetitdierta t melancholyl or low fC1osesrc v cup rant force to remove these Dis orders Prlpe SO cehts Sold by CJHaydoh IWhites Cream is Svtonic Improves he difftfrfion and assimilation of food traflgtbenfnff the nervons systcic angftestoriag them to tne health andylgor ai4 elasticity of spirits natural It childhood Pdce25centsat Hay doss drugstore r Essay 01 tkeMiMth 4r exchahge tells of a boy wpms compelled by his tee her tOwntean essay on the mouth Iianthis whatQe wrote JTbe mouth is the front door fthe face rtheanatomyThe becloftois the isthi andtLchestfoJpI the politician would be a wander eronthfceof theeahanc t dislioneredgrJveIt 3 hopeItcounter when attached to a maiden arid tobacco friend when attached to a man Ifc puts some men ort ilItipa bthetohgte Witbout it rattied summerdse half his atlarctions k UTLO h This Is not a gentle word buo yirfiQUf Uu think huJhuhle Jpu arjiiipi to purchas fur 75 cent ihd pjiy remedy universally aWlirdtnedy that has had the intnlami tTfUtriHit of consumption aiiii Th roar ajd Lung troubles withuiit Josing Mis Ire popu llanE all these years you win bt ihankful we call d your at lnifiOJvto fioschees Germau Syi uvir Tht re aTO many ordinary ctnu rfemidieSmade Ity acugLctsand others that ar cheap aofl twod fur light cold CQughsBr VrrCoditHcuiL expectoration and cough ip dQriqg the nights aud morn JAI42 ri there is nothing lika Gef fn4u Syrup Sold by all drug g33t ia r ctvilizad w rid G Gr r Woodburv NY f Jt CNdaet4st- I had kfdrief trouble for years Sheljion9U no iepaae t t tried Foleys Kidney Cure and the rery first dose gayejme relief I and I am now cured I cannot say too Vt1JfliCb f Foleys Kiduey Cure1 j r1r 7J1CZf11f Your Tongue f its coated your stomachs Jbad your liver is out of rder Ayers Pills will clean our tongue cure your dys psia make your liver right asy to take easy to operate 25c 11 dCJ tt1taa mouataebeor beard a 1 nrrfrh blck Then IIJ P1WKINHAMS DYE for the rsl1 en or iBNt hAT stheExecutive Ueadjiv bManyjoausethey must eventually succeed to some extent This does nut follow Sonic men carry on great enterprises with little apparent effort Their success Is due to skill In selecting eflicient exec t setlveiiManytrying to supplement the work of 1m competent heads of departments slm ply because he does noV know hoW to choose the right meuAman of corn mAndlng ability does not worry hinif self over details IJe makes out his lprosrainme and then selects men who c matis a sign of weakness for the head of a concern to bpther about little de t saThBfcht the business sagacity the nblli ty to select and to manage men whp cat do things efficiently BzanycltIel orrcmnln ut lnrAi but the business goes on like clockwork simply becars they knowhow to select Tneif who Kav4 cGlcIently dp the work assigned to them It Is a great art to duplicate oneself in1j another and mnltlply oneself many times by selecting those who arc yast ly nuperior to ourselves but who did not happen to have had our oppprjtunl ty to do the thing tbemse1veSUc cess A Carefel Old tadr An old lady applied at a registry of fice for a maid I want a little girl between eight een and twentytwo years of age Wh9 fIstondotlOushrooms Fond of mushrooms inquired th- engcntfhnt IS something I ncvpr inquire tibout from1 ray applicants I dont understand 4WelL I iini very fond of mushrooms yself and jfliere fire1 so many mis takes made The Idea came ta nie sev eral years ago aiid It was a dlspeiisa ion of Providence that it did or I lihouldmaid eat a portion of nit mushrooms rought to my house before any areaserved to mt1 ajwuys require Ittreplied the old lady I have lost two excellent maids from toadstools dur ing the last five years Ilndot course I could not think of taking the risk of e flatingto test ThernIoaidoa CiobeiMarjory ProviloIBaby Marjory has been having her first experience of rural sights and sounds of green things growing of flowers biding in the grass of cows in the pasture of horses in the stable he was delighted with all but one of them says a writer lathe Philadelphia oTelegraph tThedog that keeps watch and ward over the far She respected sector in his own place but that place is at a distance She did not want him or his kind to approach near enough for timate acquaintance egavjag tthethe village Marjory hesitated a little Why Marjory exclaimed the lady n an injured tone of voice dont you want to go with me Sea replied the little majd Iwant to go but pease dont let any dogs happen to mel Oldcit Inn In England In the village of Norto St Philip 1s the George inn It claims to be the oldest licensed village alehouse land the license dating from inEngI appearance is eminently picturesque each story overhanging that beneath while the front Is broken by bay windows a porch and a flight of stone Steps leading to a doorway in the wall At the back aromore quaint doors and windows a turret built against the wall and inclosing an outside stair lein the yard still remains a portion of the old gallery which in tile middle ages was found in so many hostelries Most of the front is tim bared Each gable is surmounted by a curious chimney A curious feature of the interior is the upper floor which is of plaster Tke Girl and Her Play Once upon a time there werea young lady and a young gentleman playingi a two handed game of euchre 1 offer you a solitaire diamond said the young man as ho played the floe of that suit The best 1 can do Is to give you my heart the young woman answered as the played Then your whole hand goes wt- tthosaicL Yes Charles dear she replied Moral There la such a thing as playinffinto the other players hand cWJtqrk Herald Uoauta Gormana The ancient Greeks and Romans drank wine freely at their feasts Wine was their beverage Indeed Bacchus held high carnival among them and tha Bomanvwould gorge himself with 1YttIlztIat table and eat and drink to his fill agato Got 1C Tact Is said tbeitpne man I mar ried because 1 was lonely as much as for any other reason To put it tersely I mArried for sympathy 100hnro Tbc Caal Klna Nodd What do iryou menu by saying babyToddd iiitDo you thini you can give m laughter the surroundings to which ehe is accustomed asked the pareit JWell answered the oungmf I BeejClarpbelsboa tired of tho ccigbborlxxxL Washington Star Armor plate iIs now tued in the con ittruction of modern bank vaults Tha J material Ia said tQ give virtually molt prootretHttnce ujfc tr AAAAAAAAAAAA4I SyLUELL 1 AThROP DECLARED Fi0F CWthr t YnYTVynmVY VV l 3Coteau2Prairie3TVJldThlRlappeared on the bulletin board as tht Jockeys who hail ridden the first eat of the running race wheeled thelr orses and rUling before the judges and waved thelt hauds InsIgnaL olblarestling swearing sweating betting men Gold clinked against silver bills were waved in air everywhere rose cries of Two to ouer orTea to five pBoanokeVBuckskin Jones a saloon keeper ethed to be the only taker for the los g side He had staked a smalMcr une on Cotcau Queen and bet against Roanoke frtiyT- hejockeyswereleadlng their mounts to and fro retting the animals taouths and rubbing their limbs Many hands wInningj are whose slender refined beauty In some subtle way suggested the Gibson picture pf American women She eemed proudly conscious of her trl uniph Her nostrils dilated and the pupils of her eyes widened Beside Roanoke stood her Jockey dnnd her owner Jim Harcourt a lean cut lithe young ranchman Men z dBAHPEQ THE nana jLBU OF TllE SHBIEKCfO CHUJD pressed about them paying the hom ge the American Is so eager to rentier o his god Success A grim faced thin lipped man stood quletiybeslde Roanoke passing his band admiringly over her glistening anks and slender limbs Whatll you take for her he asked iin an undertone Not for Sale replied Htircourt Ill give you 2000 It she wins murmured the grim man without mov ling a muscle of his face Two thousand dollars Jim thought rapidly bta neat cottage on tlt ranch where he could take Jessie in spite of the disapproval Qf her stern ld father Judge Osborne Jut the cat ion of the natural horseman waitstrong He puffed his cigar a hi silence while the grim man watched1 him closely and murmured carelessly Ill see you after the race The Dakota sun beat down merci llessly on the grand stand where gath red the shoddy aristocracy of a boom own upon the fringe of farm wagons outside the Inclosure where occupants craned their necks to see the races without money and without price and upon a single Indian tepee standing near the course he last was odciu pled by Shunka LJ Who had set lup his household gods lnluding squdw papoose dogs cats and pQnles with- In the Inclosure thinking to while away the tedium of his abundant sure i by the excitement of the races The last strain of Just One Girl dies away there Is a burrr of drum and the first heat of the pacing race is on But Merest In this event Is mild Anxietyand cash are centered on the second heat of the running race the next on the programme At last the hideous goggle eyed blankets are removed and the sunlight glances on shining flank bridle and stirrup Jim Harcourt standing beside the Osborne carriage in which sits Jessie 4ainty patrician and lovely enough to turn the head of any man tlfciband of Budt Roanokes jockey whom already mounted Fear anger ex ultation are plainly written upon his low browed dissolute face as he rends With a sinister smile he tears the paper In bits Jim whispers to Jessie I am of fered 2000 for Roanokq if he wins You know what that means for us dearer Jessies face flushes You know he will win but will that help matters Nothing will Wake fn timer feel differently about it and cannot disobey him There Is the usual friction of start- Ing but now they are off Roanoke forges steadily ahead But sec Sonic thing happens She rears whoels Coteau Queen gains Again Roanoke plunges and roars Great bends ot ByI afbreast nhend fnrgeg Coteau Queen her slender body nil Iron nnd tire Shes under the wire Hurrah for Coteau Queen Is the try of Buckskin Jones anti his satellites The infuriated men gather moni the Judges jftajwl They id Iir to j tear ft down and with Ikivi crUs or derlll ort ts mmslcd the iiiu if Pijoey who barely iKivtxs Ih handling through the Inter UoJ1 y Buckskin Jones What Jim Ilarc urt Biul to h Jockey Js lujta matter at L when qifc tLird heat Is called Hfil ha disappeared and Jim Is iiioui Rounoke Win her anti the two ttbnurulgd yo urn whispers he of tIemy- oke f Tts A shouts Dot ul u your friends JIui Wovi irt t r money pa that mareof yoi vi You too dont you see thty fe ithangcjl riders cries dnpiticr J cnVrlagIwllhpmtQt tact ubpvc It V Rpanokc retsnorids to the magic of his ouchandl vblce JTbey are one lpjsth4 two lengths ahead They are ulujO home The two thousand will Li its i IIBut what fs that In the course A papoosea tiny dusky bit of human theteItentedly In the dusty course The horses are forging almost hesitateItre main defeat for hlui if he rescue it but tbereIsoulyone thing to do The crowd takes In the situation and ThenIuIfbyu1tul second Roauokep hoofs thunder bure1lJrQnia back again In the saddle Earth anil Itky reel before him The shouts of the people renoir him like the faroCTl echo of another world He is dimly conscious of the tiny brown body tlghtI Irpressedagainst him but Roanoke never swerves Coieau Queens driver fs slashing her mfiomeFasterliider the wire like a flash The race Is won Pandemonium reigns Every one shouts as in a common voice Bravo Bravo Hurrah for Jim and the kid i after all an carryln extra an every pounds a foot InnIWqn racel the bet mare in South Dako tnl PlaSoule the papooses mother dustyt11rtngsounding a dominant note of color Though anxious to recover her baby she is too timid to assert herself pproacblngJimthrory with outstretched hand Mydaughterselling Roanoke Dont be in a hurry at1dinnerOfJust then from the bulletin board declareds But Jim handing the papoose back to Its eager mother nllthcr sees tIn words nor hears the exclamations of jofjj i Very Helpful A provInCl rClefmnn during his sermon caught sight of a member ot his congregation wearing a verj1 1wor ned look Suddenly the mans fad brightened and during tie remainder of tile service his appearance beto betted a perfect freedom from care I am pleased to think William remarked the clergyman utter the serv iceht1nt my words helped you somewhat this morning I noticed during my discourse that your face lit up and the sunshine of smiles chased the clouls of worry away Now what portion of my sermon appealed so strongly to you eh Tp tell the truth sl replied WIl1 lHum I wasnt payln so much attention to your preachln ns Jotijht to hey done I was balanclr vp the weeks cash In my mind amid found myself two and three pence s rt I worried and worried about 11 t money but couldnt tit It in nohow Then happened to catch a word or two of what you said about the preparations that man made for his prodigal son anti it camtrJnto mymind like a flash of llghtnln that Id spent two and three peijce for a new horse whip to give my boy Jim a thunderln good hldlu Its wonderful as you say islr what a ttelp n chance word may be Good mpruln slrLondon TitBits flaying a Cigar In Italy Some people who rave about Italy says a man who has just made a tour ot the ountry may grave Italy on their hearts us deep as they please and perhaps in her art her sky ber atmosphere of history and radiance they find sufficient reason but I admlt that all these were for me spoiled the Italy rubbed off every time I went into n store to buy a cigar or one of the tiny objects that pass for cigars In that country You pay for your clgarV then Iyou look about the shop for the light that Js always to bi found in America Failing to find it you try to ask for a match Failing to make yourself un derstood you begin tp gesticulate male lug imaginary scratches pnyour trou sera and holding your fingers before the end of the cigar Thfcn the storckeeper begins 10 comprehend r light dawns over his face He pnssesyon out a box of wax matches with a colored plctur out the top But as you proceed to pocket it and go out he In turn bcglnn to talk and hold up his fingers So you pay hInt to get u light Indeed it is oci long ipay pay 1MyeW York Tilt une Economical h Whyte Browne is very economical isnt he Black Browne Well Ill tell you fhcuIany ctcad of Iuhl one will go to work to makf one by straightening out n Mark Twains CousinG C Clemens of Topeka Ztaflrtflc no ted constitu tional lawyer who bears so striking arcs- cmblancc t o Mark Twain Samuel B jClemens that ManicIis a man of deep intellect and wide experience He is con sidered one of th foremost lawyers in this country In are MileMedical Personal experience and obser vation have thoroughly satisfied me that aDr Mile1 Nerii contains truCsjnerit I IinTendedk i IrNonnanWaltnipSup PresBank t fere1 FatemnaiSociety ChIcago I D YStz MS Sosnrc invaluable for headache and all pain tkai been a great spffrer hqm headachtuntil lleuned of thc efficacy oDrMilesPai1 PIlls NwIaIwas carry them and prevent recurrWif at piUwbeajkesymuplouis Sold by all DruggIst Jc 5c per Hex 111 Co Elrtart Ind ffWR75r j mmacclrJeatIniewcasesstandard of manly or womanly excellence and choose by it In most tases people become engaged as the result pfpropinquity rather than because of any peep prferenceAifd hapPens that the uponjthe maternity just as thoughtlessly as she entered on the marriage relation because no one has warned her of the dangers she facesThousands of j women iinvalids for become lack of knowledge ofJ themselves It is tbthii 1aJfebody- ofwonien thatDr Pierces FavOrite P re a c rI u tlon stitlcuresInfiammationand ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well tny first child was torn writes MrsI of Fa weettga PiedenickCoVia 1ftAfttt th was very poor I Vras so pad with pain down bade hardly move without great suJferlng got me a bottle of Dr Pierres Fa vorite Prescription and a nat of his Pleasant ldleWwhicb I used as directed Iu fourdaya I was rfly relieycd and now after usinstthe medicine tnreu months i seem enureiy weUI cant see why it Is tJfat there are many suffering women when there is such an easy be cured ikUOW your medicines are the lellin the IDr Pierctfs Pleasant Pellets the vorite blaxlaxative One Pellet 1 JfavrI British navy there was practically no distlnc tlon Uiwceu the merchantman and thfe inaiio aiv In the rate times of peace nieorwr trHled as uierclnnitmcn while merehnhfiaeri uhvay wrnt ann ul ns hi ttniitpf war thetrn4etbit the WIt ilp nud From the tine of couquesjt and probably eaiiur clown to dajs ofs Elizabeth this Vii the ordlunryi praf tlcc KUzabeth hired out shlrs bf the navy fpr all sorts of purjxjscH froin piracy to slave trading laklup her share if the profits ivUeir thi1 yenta was successful and disclaiming Jail rc sponsibility when It tasinteHenry III who may be dc erlbed us the originator of the navy us n special fighting force hired out ships spe daily built for the navy In times of peace land even allowed then Itobc taken away from their appointed sta- tIons provided that the hirers deposited due security for the return of the gui with their tackle and nil equipment in a proper state of efficiency Tb prac flee ceased after the repulse bf tht Spanish armada when the ghtlng ship as such became distinct fr0m the trader London Globe tqveTheto a heater for a rtouiA seems to be ot about the same age as the article to which the name Is now applied for while t word as a name had an tydsteiico in early Lhigliph it Was Used In a different sense Both Lord Bacon and Woodward used it us referring to a house or artificially warmed and particularly hpthousc for plants Bacon also used the word as a verb In the way of keen Ing warm In a house or room as to stove orange trees and myrtles tt qUQte tram his writings Peps use the verb in a nautical sense as heating for the purpose of making pliable as stovcj bolt ropes But all these definitions are gbsoic now such disuse dating from the time when Dr Franklin made his dlscaver lcs and applications The French word etuvc It may be added describes a hothouse or bathing room and h parallel In meaning with theearly Eng lish wdrd Plokpocketa Anil Pingo Artful as vays of the Heathen Chinee are the dodges of the expert picker of pockets The other bight young lady who hud been to the tlinn uudIgrasped her purse firmly Suddenlyi she felt a Hhnrp prick us from a pin on Iinpulscleti snatched her handl out almost us quick ly returning It but she wus tbo IUe In tIll few seconds that had jelnpmli anoiher hand hind been there hud the purse WitS gone Sloiiifylng am afraid Bobby sjild h3 moier Unit when tell your father what punllIhHave you got to tell him asked Bobby earnestly Oh yes I shall tell him immediate ly after dinner tacedccpenWell mother said he give hlUl11 tt ml1Ipatch IA Short Cut to Sleet Doctor said he Im n victim Insomnia caut sletp It tllt9S th least noise smli as a eaton the gar dCII wall for instance Ilhs pqvier will be effectjve re cowpoundIlnCII dOlorItake It Cit It to thq cat Iii u little milky Family Doc or Putting Him Off hit prcjo ed on hts way home fri JIwanthimt sUIIulntioHbyrtuthersccl11sentIY tnthl3several yeuwv I Ucyond Hii Limit Husbanilftpxsimlnlng railway ticket Why acctrCIng to the announcement gforWlfe vfll why complain of that Its good deal more otn guarantee hi that llufr than you can give Rich mond DlSpitch titgenaa UtHujrllmr uz cf Vrsiepa xrho amp tatedfl ovvii ift rl ouderful Isnt U She Oh 1 dwat kuqw e What JUltt tbink of his nee antI the awful pain ut rnasiliave flufr fercd unIddeihIa Press I INFAMYSSUQCESS Bit ef BHCcsmeer History Ceaaeeteti ITbeTacon Sthewestern hemisphere was built toy an old reprobate ilhrf Who was a torlous pirate In his day and 0 Immunity for himself by betraying noI comrades into the hands of the tlnightYtl pfulnIgen j When the governor c nrral raised his1 eyes and saw the cloiid figure before him he renched for the belL ttiOp yOur exceileneyi cried the straiiscr 1 am here qnya desperate J enterprise 1 have come to deliver into j your hands every pirate on the Cuban coast upon one comilon a pardon for myself You shall have it ijas the anSwer But who are yoni I am Marti and 1 rely upon the promise you have given me Preparatory to this Interview Marti had appointed a irkzvous for the different bands to which he conducted the Spanish force and every pirate was captured and righteously garroted onlypnfdonedthe sale of fish Jn II ma which made him a rich and thus c1iently respected citizen who ended his days in the odor of sanctlty Army and Navy Journal The orldc Greatest Choir Russia boasts of tim world greatest Chohr It is In the cathedral of Alex ander Nevskt in St Petersburg and is attached to a content erected In hnor of the patron saint of Russhii Its mem ers are all monks chosen from the best voices in all the Russian manes terles When a fine singer appears among the novitiates he is sent to the monastery of Alexander Nevskl where he Is trained as carefully as an opera singer and remains there doing noth iing except assisting at the Dlu cat mass in the morning aiul vespers in the afternoon until be becomes aged when be retires on a pension Some of the Tplces are of maryclous strength and sweetness and it Is said tlntsome members of the chofr cin shatter a thin glass Into frngusiiuts by singing iinto it so powerful are the vibrations of their tones The monks ore all vege tariahs They never eat m tThe-e rules of the church forbid them to shave and their hair Is ivorii like a womans The JcTrCiii The bay of JfopkA iounds in me1 dunn or jellyfish often growIng as large as two feet In diameter and weighing fifty and sixty poundii S of them shine at night wltha p iwnlsh 8light and are known ns ncetJIuca night lanterns brUit natives The jellyfish sometimes wake ml rutlous to greargroups sotheesebge aiid thick as to impcdtt tLetinvjutfou of vessels like the Ctting points In the Sargasso s lot U tropics Tnshoals of medusa us jey nr rrlel may be so dense that lli ce o rhntr plunged in among theta WilT tli held upright as if stuck in the in 4 aid ordinary rowboats cannot foi tIir- e way through them Their irii tJQ have never beefr exprn4curegular and occur t no prjtIeuLr season of the year aid under oPn1ticular influences nWhat lInThe following gi1k theimengot- I the names of the priyclpai bland clans in Scotland f3IcInioi the son of the Fiwttv HcDoiiiiil the soupf Brpwn iiycsl- McDoutall the sou of Black Eyes McOnnechy or Duncan the sOn of Brown Head eMcGreg9rth tSon pf a Greek man aSIcCuithbert the KOJ of the Arpfi ifruld i fp t 0 McKay Dot tao Prophet fCampbelsCameron Crooked Nose Stewart His Stay or Support t A1 orrecflon When President administra tion in Venezuela was overturned that official who report said lied accumu f1lated great wealth while In office went 1tt Paris He was strolling in a bonle yard in the Trench capital when a passing pedestrian arrested the pace ot his companion art flld See tIman He stole 3 X JOOO when liis goTcrnment waa overthrown Onlcfc as a flash Senor Blanco turned Beg pardon sir hesafell i0IIYLirs 5 fte kea1Thig Is thll your writing asked tl overawrlttC1Uat eetermrwltemoteAWelt she certainly knoWs bow to handle apen sz1dthei merchant Her diction is absolutely perfect Yes I suppose her onsallright replied Meeker with a deep 1II1gh bus its nothing when compared with her contradlctlonl Chicago News Ro sb Dlanoadi There is a popna notion to the ef l9tta Eyen 1 that condition they revry bright with a peculiar aduuiahtine luster as it is called whlcr no other subr rstance possesses Ho J ser the etude transparentiOno cannot see thovtmlt That Was What oor Him Mrs Homeielgh C n is One thing about our girlfrtfae ue always self possessed tapa Homelelgb grhulyYesthet are too self possessed I wish theyd get somq one else to possess theme Stray Stories Ulctorlo Trees Lltchfleld Conn has mOre historic trees than any other town In New Eng land Among others two elms planted by John C calhoun a sycn more said to be one of the thbrtecn planted by Oliver Wplcort signer of the Declaration of Independence an4 unwed after the thirteen original col onies an elm which itt red as a Whip ping post In colOnial juiys and a wil IiJow tree which grewc from a walking stick stuck In the ground by Colonel Talmadge the American officer Who Ith captured Major Andrethe British spy r Editorial Room Wit The reporter had just comelA from a 1urdcrcliSc It was a ralrijrday and be had to rosa a plowed field on foot I see observed this chief editOr Jpojking with displeasnro aV hidlargo and muddy boots yon have brought the scene of tho murder with jrou Yes answered the reporter apoThS l geticolly Ive got to bsjv a Wr1tLondon t h It fVTtt7tke P l1s1J I bowels but ruaraclooMno4becursd until acarenes enouga nile to maKe ins ute thefc natef fpiictlesii 3 bj bycatharticsconUtmuat toattaln hitff pIp mittfng Fevers by fotof to tM Mt rfm ltrouble works permanent cure i T AISj4HQA ANI1N1IAN TBR I Arebireats4 tIteIII runs wo trainsday mo M DipbjS oTexas without cit4ngeNle a elher reack o rm e cIO e nnec o illilldjreCt Texas as f s6bdomeinrezasraised and where people prosper acopyofoiirtSandsomnebooklets west aCsmera Thrpuf TiwSeat treetiWauy conditionI ntn5t jLqisv11eLO4ji f1 rji 1 tt4 Homese kers Ex16J ftt H j SAT f LOW RATEsi H f 1 iic TKB J WET iI Mi j Thirdtcysin WXvu 4IAlso One BLatM tK NorthwMt end ACi rot 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