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JatncR NueVPplice Judge John Grace Marshal iW D Cla brookeJlCityr Attorn 0 + i l STUTJustice Co rts are held in January iHfirtjl October J DIretrIt CJttirck 4 y if dIURRev George W Swope Pastor Ser- AiCH eferihltd 1atU1 and73O- 1Mdip Sa t8J PriLre Neel1 lon WeiHLe4aT night at 740 lMETHODIST CHURCH Rev L P Stiles Pastor Service J OB the Fust and Third SuayIa each Sun mozt11amaPmday ScliopVeyery 1SandayJatlO ahuj PrayenUaseetiag every AVednevlay night o4 rtn V TP CATHOLlb canRCH IRev FJ ienuSaV Pastor 8er y1ceV ySiEnday at S and 10 oclock aWlSiVlktStRosamehOUr XJHRISMAN CHURCH Jtcv H F Lloyd Pastor Services eoad aadjottrth Sunday il1eJch Math Frattmml Orders r ti i uv t- KAIONIC LODCB Springfield lodge ti50eeri Mcoad Mbuday in each 1itrWijROCtiapter No 57 jiee every third Monday riBgfield Coancil 80 S2 meets on gyyfourtkMonday jCihcwra of TJIK MACAOEKS Meeta very Srst Wednesday in each month OJtjnJUC RAwK RlBR No fjM tJ evry Wednesday night in- vriJCiraaitj cElrey Halt r L 1j1f TDlE TABLE aAtflYaI aJt rrTrains 43 j444j P 41 1 rjJprIQgflcld iiv 5301 j t Viiller Hill 54ri i6 121N Beokar 5471 1- 75MltlhM CJOkea 58 11 37 WooJLIV1J 6 JU 1127 Kilrh TinJ 4a2 1115 13rtdOnI 4zurimih I1W3IJ t hatb 3 DMivllie 6458 atI j111 CaStIriac 6 63 e obbi 5Y4U Ctmat TOM 90 waJ e 710500 790 u 727 i asrk 80 I s aLMkDJe 7 50V 53 I i W1IIIweAr 8 58a4IPI r t 7 rreajMt4 feet iriMlM fe hHHrtlii What Avers 1jr fOf m I certain ykrIoferotk4r Icheer- d II litwho vrUfyi 1 J I aDd Jec hair allli rj r pf T 1kl1 op MArHwt I a rJf knj c 0 l 1J fvery aevere cane pa MiiioU wMfe rood rwnlU i as e er J Uabstitt I IIIIII II 1 1I ii iAiHillili1 ii H rH Ii iiiJjiiiiiilililiaIi jj 1 IIROUNDt OFr TiK 1 I M MM Ir MM 4 A Tribute to Kansasi f iWritten for the NEWS LEADER Theres a fleck of ummelSUDSb- ineLfkeasaftertbof rain PhIllag1I thePrthwith gladneoI ATit li U aonf the grain TherWl joy amqig the farmers Tb y can eap as well as sow In tbe land of air and sunshine Where the western winds blow There are seasons of depression jTliereareaeasonsfranghitwlthae3ttherei aBO5t Bnfficienpy of air yet ia iJriU 4Wliackipientybow Ladth wl Life is always worth the living Where thwe ttrn cattle grow ChM liTht r the calveis a bleating 1CBMkJUMi Jo wing pf the ltllneeSib shepherd on the hilltops 0rlBlot the ntoetyiilne Awd it seems as if the sunshine SettlHK all the earth aglow- sever hiBes robot of Kansas Where the western winds blow JJtsijhaf ayoee and the coyote viMireithei prune dog hJaway Lad the rabbits are as plenty Athe flowers which bloom In May Wev to yoaire paying tribut- opieiwthmyfiowi wa U TowMdthe state of our adoption WhOre the western cattle grow BA THOMPSON Hntcblnspn Kansas X owryPAfltsPeriodicallytbere something new and novel as an attraction at the county fairs The gptrons imagine they are tiredof the old order of exhibl tions ot live stock and farm jprodncts and the fair managers set atiput to find something novel and up to date to meet this real or imaginary demand for a haI gefrnm the old order of things The old fashioned coun tr f fairs of twenty fiveand thirty years ago are still spoken of with pride bythe older generation as having been far and away better than the later day fairs In those davs even this demand for something new sprungupi and little later the trotting horse came into favor and for several years trotting races was the leading feature of the county fair and the jbtd time riog shows formed only a side attraction The period of trotting racing al though a big thing while it lasted soon lost in popularfavor on ac count of the gambling feature it del ed and the attendant crooked methods of the prof ss ional hojse racers After the trotting races were cutoutof the annual program the various fair managers fell back to the old fait and such tit lias ibeen since with an occasional spasmodic attempt at putting in new and novel attractions The latest new feature at some of tile fairs this year ia the appearance of automobiles on the racing card Automobile races autobike and races between horse and auto bike have been pulled off after hayingbeen extensively adver tised as the principal attraction at the fair As a not ltv these marHine faces possibly attracted other1Visefor being capableof producing any sensation akin to that ex p rlencetlby1le onlookeiMt ft real genuibe Kentucky horse race the autos are not by any meanS ini it There is nothing about a race bweenthese me chanicnl contrivnuTies that can bompur iJl Lhe o4citement of a struggle betAcn tlie flesh and blood and bone and muscle and courage of a Kentucky thorpugh bred The latter is the real Ark tide while the former is but a cheap imitation iialERONYMUS Several ofI the older members of air pmny were ttO Other day telling of experiences past years of the Springfield fair when one of the number told of an incident that caused some trouble for the fair managers It was about 2Q years ago when on the eve of the regular fair meet ing the sectary received a rom munication from an individual asking for charges for the privilege of exhibiting arid operating at the coining fair his attraction known as the Great Hieronyj- aia No other explanation aocompftnied 1application a4 con1jectureGreat Hieronymus Being little bit suspicious the gecfetary answeredi the communication naming as bethought an exorbitant sum for the privilege think ing to shut off the aoplicant with isysteriousattra Uon How eVer byrelurn mail came an ac ceptance of the proposition nq compariied by a large payment on ihaamount demanded The fair opened in aetim and thjo stranger with his Hieroymus was e ly on ihe scenes The Vnys r ions attraction it soon developed was one of the mot elaborate gambling devices on the wheel of fortune order that had ever J eniseenjin ithis part of the country Andjs a feature ot the meeting itwas a gigantic success from thetart Prom the first tzrn of the wheel dol lars began to roll into the coffers of the operators Thfe fair offl cialopn saw thatthey wen for iti but tho operator insisted on his contract Extravigant reports were circulated as to the amount of good dollars carried away by the Hteronymus but that a killing was made there iiid doubt The next grand jury in the county indicted promptly the Fairassociation for permit ing gambling on itsprem ises and it took nearly all of the privilege money to satisfy the costs and fine that resulted BZ3 helpresentton county will be exceedingly fortunate in securing Free Rural mail routes Three roues men tion of which have been made heretofore have already been accepted and will be put in oper ation ina shorttime and a spe ial agentis iero now for the pur pose of investigating a third route which will be established also There are few counties ti t t tVt hvp fared so well as h8hngHIIn rural route service and the farmer citizens who are directly benefited should count themselves lucky JODD PLACE Springfield for the past year has been a good place for the carpenter and the brickmason and the day laborer who is not afraid of work and the outlook is good for continued active demand for thatclass of workmen Although the winter is approaching there appears to be very little letup in the building operations Besides the two new hotels under construction the new Masonic bullRing will be constructed this fall and plans and specifications are being considered now Sev eral new dwelling houses are also being planned and work will soon begin on them WANTEDa We would lIke to ask through tbdcoluii ns Of your paper if wbonasIsia and Jjiver trbubles that has not been ultdandwe also mean tneir eults such as sour stomach furnienlation of foad habitual COStIlUOSs1nervous dyspeysia beavlvohe ckspond feeliigs ilefiplssne3s in fact any rrouble cunnncted with the stomach or livr This mudi cioe has been od for years in all cjvilivtd countries and we wisb toe rrtJ pond with you arid send you one of our books free of cost It you never tried Aug ust Flower ry cue bottle first We hive ii ver kno 7n of fts failing Is so something more tonAskyour 1 Boys YiUdRfdeJorL1fej With family around expecting him fQ uie and a spif riding for lira 18 miles to get Dr Klngg CQug New piscoyervforchnsumpttoDf o9lt of Leesviiie Lid endured ddiths agonieK fiotn asthma but this wonderful medicic tave ihlcitantl relief And soon cured hlmHe writes ulnowsleepi soundly every nightV Like marvelous uresolOcDsumdllonCoadstCO1K Grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and unglrtubles GnariMt Kl bottles 50c and 1 at JI ydoosdrug storey I 1tftrWftI t theSavable the winner of Futurity a Js2ciiia p oductIRawing been bred wd iasB Haggins ie fame feoDql Paso He nvas od- IUa tfsfii as a yearling in New lat IlU 19 1901 tiAfl g York J f ag6knocked55O w s Pat Junn for t Kyarh jpgton1Wf tll n handSeltwasj staited untiLtheLouisvjlle meetc ing where he won apurse race His next start was at Washing I tdolt Park where be won the Ver nal Stakes He was afterwards beaten by his stable companion Early and again was beaten intthQ Hyde Park Stales won by Dick Welles John A Draket then bought the colt together d with Allen paying abut20000E for the pair He was shipped east and given through prep lorthe Futurity Savablels a large colt about 16 hands high Heis a bay colt and was sired by Salvator His t dam is Steathfi wer a sister of the noted rack horse Strathmeth a Salvator is now in the stud at J B Baggins Flemdorf Farm near Lexiugton The Futurity winner is theI first winner of a big stake that the famous son of Prince Char ley has sired He had almost been accounted a failure as a sire Beware et the lwIfeaNo profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but should not be used except when absolutely neassary Leases of piles for example its seldom needed DelWitts Witch Hazel Salve curjs qnick alrandcuts burus bruises skin diseases Accept tio coqntefeits l was so troub led with bleeding pHe that I lost much blood ana strength says J C Phillips of PaT Ill DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve cored me ina short time SoOthit and heals C J Haydou e Take life as it omes aud make the most of all circnmstauces but foi a bad cough or cold take Ballards Hore hound Sjrup the best remedy for quick relief ahd sure cure Price 25 au cents Hat den New Jets ey Ctitecs TesflialtMT Lynch Editorof thePhlllips burg N J Daily Post writeHIhave used many kihdscf medicines for coughs and colds in my family but never anything so good as foleys b Honey jnd Tar I cannot say to ranch ifi praise of it Vow qf Venieanco The Morganfield Sun prints the following account of a remarkable iitincident at the funeral of Henry Payne who was shot by his cousin Samuel Houston in Union county last week r Mrs Mollie Moses the only is surviving sister of the deceased sat byand without any motional demonstrations saw the grave filled Just as Undertaker WalhIler finished placing the flowers ti on the grave she raised her hand and pointing over the moundi iit saidMy brother your murder shall be avenged If nct by thetlt courts then by my own righty hand so help me God There was not a quiver in her voice and those who heard her utter the words were deeply impressed with the firm determl nation manifested BardstowVs New flterseb The erection of the barrel fac tory here is assured A lotoIi lI- Iwblch thebuitdng iis to be erec w ted was purchased from Mr B s J Hubbard near the depot an4 the work has already begun Mr GreggWooten has the con tract to put up the buildings ana the necessary material to bjb used has been purchased Mr JohnE Newman whois one of the promoters of the enterprise says that he thinks everything will be ready to begin the manu fact re of barrels by October 1 The enterprise will be known as the Distillers Cooperage Corn pany and aiti lesotiiricorpora 5 toji were filed yesterday At 4 4 yThomaifMoore Leslie Samuels Treasurer and John E Newman Secretary and General Manager TOPS TIlE C VI- Iadrks tksCIl LaiativeBrpmoQuiaine Tablet car- eIuot day No cure 0- pay tIt YtMi Qkl Wilt was Mkrierel by ISIt MiNys GucrrHiis On SiltBlveHn Ballittcouo Kyjies a rouph and rupsed sec ttOtit ifloicn as Pufcchtaans Hills 0o ie c1i thltf isolated spot baa rodb and hill W trv t9V vt iJq 1FPor thickets i J tegt3 tobehoicI This is sfJpg ftl Pal ragged bu red jjjpst to the clouds and nd witb adense forest growth L TtfAdetl by narrow rOads spem joglv Uftdlng too where iis tbe har5ctoPtsectlon The whoHlonel Jtract seenis to be iyenup othJ tV bPPPrwil the tlieowlthl mcdCtl1O the fox and other wild birMniid animals The cries of th4 nigh birds break the gloomv silerice of this desolate region arid thi shadowy t thickets stretch awayi in every sirectioneffect nporf the feelings These wild and desolate hilts c were tbe rehdevous for the gu- s errlila bauds of Siie M ndy One Arm Berry Klaripn and Magru der during the civil war and they always returned to their t biding places in these Kills after raid and murder when they would divide the spoils with each member of the gang Nenr their camp was a cave of consld erable size thatsent forth a rip pling sparkling stream ot water- swhich supplied the inhabitants oj these lonely hills It is related thai one July eve o rung in 1865 a beautiful young girl of about sixteen years of ge went to the springwith ipitcher for water Sbeset the ii the vessel down in a crevice be tween two immense stones which hang to the bluff near the spring t nd wandered up the hillside in search of wild berries Gather IlD5 the fruit aShe wandered along the trail she at last came suddenly upon the guerrillas seated in front of their hiding place Parluiisjit being discov redIn their secluded retreat one of the guerrillas who was much the worse for liquor raised his gun and before he could be prevented fired at tbe innocent girl killing her instantly Her to body was carrie4 by members of the band back to the spring where it was found by relatives who went in search of her The remains were removed sod were 1urledhill not fat froth where she was killed The pitcher was left just where the dead girl had set it and to this diy the vessel Is said to remain in tha same place and is said that no living hand has 28 touched it since tnedeath of the girl Although it is near the public oaj A strange superstitioph said to he attached clier There is an indescribable c influence surrounding it that pre vents it being toucbed It is said that hundreds of people ave gone to the spot with the determination of lifting the pitcher but when they approach astrange repugnance comes over them and they hurriedly their departure without carrying out the objectof their isit Oqe night a bully in their nei at gliborhood while und t ithe influence of whiskey ma4e a bet with some of DS friends that he could go and bring bacl tbe pit har He left his companion utnoon returned pate as a jcdrpse nd empty harded Boys heremarkediloperson can ay hands on that pitcher and I thouldof L 1 inc Mother t My mother was troubljki 4 yplast1pshe tried Aytfs CUcrry tL bl and was speedily curca wlT Ndu niarttr ilJ li your cough orj hot t YOU hve hd rJeiJ Cherry PectohiMk t J best thing you c ti4 1 Its tOo risHy it s until youon don If you arfc ccughjng j t today Rfit a ibpiilc ofdCherry P ctoraIatlonce J OMIIII JMftM1f MIMIt 11 It II an Jonaoo I t the whole world He refused t helwohdNumbers of lUopIe have yonu 1altthe sive feel LingsStandard l v Foitui FiTKi a leiu 1 yif Hating distr 9siDJtpainsin boitU ue DrKlngis New Life Pills writes W Wbitehead of Ken n I du1rTex and soon felt like a w man Infallable in stotu SrineacbTano store atHaydonsdi rIttDont let a cold run at this seasotr SuntmercoldB are the hartbst kind to ciireiand if neglected niavlinjreralonff Jfor ii thisIpull n the strongest constltn tion One Minnte CeYigh Cure Wit break up the attacks atonceSafc ure4 acts at once Cures tco1dand iungf troubles The children likc it1 3IHa don a Summer Trip Unsur passed on the ContiHont The irlp ortopomtoverand the Rio Grande Western is he most beautiful iin America No European tripof equatlengtb can compare with it in grandeur of scenery or wealth of novel lIn terest Then Salt Lake City it elt is a most quaint and pictuf l esqUe place andjweil worth tbe urne y Its Mprman temples l tabernacle tithng offices anit church institutions its hOG suV pher springs within the city urn I its its delightful temperaiure sunny climate and its Great is Salt Lake deader and denser than tbe Red Sea in Palestine are but a few features of Salt Lakie Citys countless attractions There are parks drives canons y and beaattful outlying mountains and lake resorts Imagine iftc- v ou can a bath in salty water a mile above sea level and in water in which you cannot sidkvInquire of your Ofar stticket tootaltlformation and copy of Sale Lake City tbe city of the Saints S K Hooper general passen ger agent Denver Colorado Tobacco Statistics see The total sales of leaf tobacco on the Louisville markets rom lana aotowereg J23564 hhds agaitst 125978 the hhds sold during corresponding period llast year The rejections from January 1st to close of Aug bo uit were 29651 hhds agaitist 186 hbds rejected duri jg nor responding periok last year Of the total sales this ysar 92 578 hds were Burley and 80968 dcl anhcsi wilosehad sold of the 1002 crop 118166 hhds against 184897 hhds of 1900 crop sold to close of August last alJ year The total receipts at this 1896 market January 1 to August 81 Jjt 1904 were 98 244 hnds against 103617 hbd received during and correspondingp riod last year su Total stocks hold In this 1Darket free gold August 81 1902 were 20367 hhdUa against 19875 bhds hhds held close of August last yearT Stocks increased in this market during August 1069 bhds LcFa1mershe NoticehOAll persons haying claims against George W Russell Icdde to xIprovJ e undersigned Administrator fig said Russell or to John W heewisshSpringfield stemberistprJomtodminiS a to triTaiblersl anea bnt is recommended for blind e4ingo protruding piles and It ill pure tbe most obstinate cats7 ub4175 ceuts at aVdo sbecAvoidbiKll1qeyOuret If on are Jroublcd with odorous breajth heart burii flatnency hed anaehe acidity pains after eating fiM f aopetito persistant melancholy or thwpirItsae1l of Herbiac will glyeyoa the rc vi cuperant force Ca remove these eCs orders Price cehte Sold by C JwBEaydoh of KiM Rir PuwsttII dwhs RoMMakes tfce food utore aid YttttIle 1 Il wwiwi feIIC IState Pair Louisville Ky September 10 Sure enough novelties are to vaLStale Fair Association att the an Qhurchill Downs grounds jnSep tember1 this statement being na c6 thpnzed by Secretary M W Neal who says that no oid things 1suchider d jrj o Etithb1ITbet1Vt pt Aco J collision be Jay wbercc 5 of at least jia 28 there will be WbH I tween railroad engine i j 200000 pounds each engines of course akoco2- damned they are capable of greatt 4speed and will clashgwhile birig Ingll t U1rateof no less than forty 1793 miles an hour she A special track will be cOf1priJ Rtracted a spur being necessary1 at from the Southern railroad to John the engines into the f ir grounds They will each have a fireman many and an engineer whQ will cause make the iron fiotJstersto go thrqugk these some evolutions then the tire tise bosfilled and the throttles thrown open engineers and firemen will rand leap for sa ety and let the public 5his witness what most unfortunate lydoes often occnr in railroad men fe This however will be a may wreck only ofmetalCale will small e taken to lOOp people away than from dangerous ground yet there more chance of witnessing a thrjl or ling explosion if boilers burst 18d and certainly a wreck rags The executive committee of for the State Fair Acsociatlon met tolb- esteruay afternoon and decided Mr upon two special fair days one ing Kentucky Day when the mO- governor and his staff will be in Gr attendance and the other Louis ile day when tne mayor with the board not omitting council im en and aldermen are supposed is tbbq in jWhGraham SelfPrJteet Demand that you be on the alert to that you get Painkiller Perry Davis yhe y6u a8k for it some deall pareEwxnethiukelseciklnied Toodremedy which has been tire worlds Jadbb doctor for 60 yearri It never falls to lpg stop dlorrhoe griping pains in the stomach or bpwcts ilentry Larg Kurttlesferreda 8ta te of Onlo City of Toledo some theFakCbeoeIju1cessenior partner qtttepnn of Chenev Go This business In the dtyiof Tolerta county yeatIKurllery case of catarrh that cannofbe cured period the ash of Halls Catarrh cure t Frank JChepey Sworn obeforemlan zubcrlbolInpresence thts 6th day of DecembcrAD A WGlcosoa N P sEAL j stomach EarlZslliclanseacts directly on the blood and mueons putnirfacoofP J Cheney company Toledo O oue by all druggists 75 ott are ilaFamlbt PilUuro the best i iiess G J Louisville rplxefiiht As long as Mayor Grainger of liouivilepewilinotevery ize fight which is shortly to cleauBies pulled off in tbat city itis np stom Gov Beckham The moral maueety tIc4icentfril are to prize Iugshtingstatute againstit This contest the tweOn two brutes inhuman Rev witapei atute A fight foro prize is a eyer b trqubizebe The fact that it is limited twenty rounds isbecause the- anagers are thoroughly Jsat them be CTIknocn simply a subterfuge toxall It athxfng match jas Mayor Grainfarm r does in an inter iew It is andf prize fight just as m1tchas a iaittl ild tiger is a place where they li1 privJdccti1erating i i lugo1enwtaltto good Jnoralff SliPl ina e fice of ChrlstianitYtnc1a ever TholatiolBeckhwa sbd d 1fQp iad it he Jtil1 bewiU receive the paUditggltj the beat people all over Ken will eky irrespective of party D- oNE d Un Kews er UUNO I Je f =Bar Old Papers Mrs Ben Pash of Samuels Depot possesses some rare and i ihablerelics Among th1Iil 13 eight dollar bill ContfaftiiW money This imprinted oeX edingTy coarse paper about four inches in length and ia dated at nnapolisnMd ApriHO 794 She also possesses shill f exchange issued by UteMilx- poting Company ofiCiiicin natiy January SO 1817 Srsigned by Platt c Arm tro r nd the atnoiinit cents Porhajia the ostllDll1e feiln ol the ibtis copy otie tCr Gaiett dated at Le t1XY aturay Aucst il It is a httle four pS f Columns to the f Xyellow Piper r ner an uIII p piabitahntedoAcOars fifteen shillings tf V Bradford was tIre erand the paper contu advertisements whici interesting reading ia days One of theadver rnents reads as folloTysi Scotch and rappe snuff made sold by Edmund Purcell at snuff mill Bairdstown ia Nelson county Whejre gentle stOrOkeeperiand others be supplied by thelaiiEior quantities on lower teoaV at Philadelphia or BeltiSpacked in kegs bladders papers of pnndorhaU ppuad and 94 papars Clean limem wiltbe taken in paymemt snuff at the mill 13inffe had by the quantities mt Jdhn Mayans store inter ton Another advertise n was inserted by Benjaiaea ysonJ Clerk of the Gomrjt cf Quarter Sessions for NelixMi County It is a noiicepf C M Chancery and Jolla PhipjMt the camplainant and John ite defendant Jacob Yodtr Batdst own advertises that he theRollingpossession until he is oustedrby due process of ia v The oihifr ties involved were Samuel ing and Jacob Meyers f heaperisi addressed toM Yoder in ink and the wrii is still tegible 4 r Mrs Push who was aMfca tn discovered the relics re to while pverhauliB old papers discovered iilli residence she now bccipie house is over cne hundred rs old and has beeit in tbS tz family for nearly tbat Bardstown SltaBdard AsaddlisauIIJ iiYlr mecUcineis a dis otuHCiistratband hOW 9 D Witte Litjejr y Risers ieAer appeillt the system of all jaNdja44 t matter and do it osgemttiftaj r enpoys the pkftsaut eJect Tk sy atomic to the liver Cure WlliiiHK itorpid liver and prevcatfcAcr Ilaydon TaleCirtSfsI4a- e f man or woman weIO- rfect iift4o and whose atemack yevfefii functlbjtiai aeyer aick Koei parifiea aad sweclcW tM ach uactitspoo1 tYc1yItpr J alHttomach UrotiMe liiiittr atid dyspepsia It itkimttrreco nslrnctive took thatji jwifc o many sick people iwill a g by conveying to tttr iiM a L nourlskmel1tiJlJhe1eMuJi J BHol1idayof feUayliii s Kbdol is the beot liaiW i I psed fordyrpepsia sad iiiiiiiih lec Ii was fyta nf r ffcjil Kodol saved ifssaifterjpiealf Cr Hayt t1 t kckrs and KItr i kickCrsaR the Jwmjurf as hard to get ak f wittl M kickers in Ute towm Omttw there are tbe kkkior ow our long ecred friaaj whilei in iowa thMiiir i XlO lCk who sajeiles tib 4wttbosPi jo Jar b 1 y a1Upa to CQW nay be toid faf brf walle D l3utflothlflg ftuaL jid l tojrapf a town kick Calhoun Star wf w w 1w J r Tilt NE rHDAYiiLtau zvxY il A YEAS IN ADVANCE L fIHGFrE KY e E L DAWSON Jr 1TOAK f ifL =centS r- i k aUbSeqflIIBtat t t ntspijEas J i Job work Is done at low rates but asb be aWoa elerY rgoOds AI ert1 coatracta ta eolU r l rtIs Jqh4aBilresolutIonso Jes i r LX1NlZMENT eaaLya1strtes 1259 uty p 50 t OHrlotOllees h iroott MUIWDAY SEPTEMBER 4 WQ2 i 1 I 1or Cfrcaft Clerk t I r W are atborIzedfo announce the aaof I r orBoSrE is sfcaadldate for the office ro Clerk el tae Washington Circuit Court t tjietto the action of the Demo raMc party v The Goebel Monument Com mission at its meeting in Frank hoSttonofai design MJ Arthur1 3ojetel who attended the meet 1irig tiyorediin indefinitei post Mement and intimated that ilie remains of Gqv Gbebel ought sometime be removed from Frankfort The commis t JSion was almost unanimous inje opposing further delay I J Pierprnib Morganis report led toi have proposed a plan for the settlement of the great min sucfLce sfiil l yf OnZe SauceedAs a change from the tomato sauqo sunlly nedwlth breaded lamb chopB rran onion sauce made In this iway Slice two tir It very small thrhaI eatous and cook them In water a fewBKHnentB anddraln Put them In to Just enough boiling water to cover add a little salt and cook until tender tCk together twp tablespoonfuls each It S Br aud butter aad when perfectly waoeth add onehalt pint ot soDthree or four tablespoonfuls of cream and saltspopnfnl each of salt and igar flEd a dash of When daVghacolIt had been C90kedNeWYork oitzic WHCRPAIN MoST HURTS r Extreme fieniitiveneia of the Pittktoa4 Dental Jfervea- rI0 i IWhlchj art bjf the human body is viVA sharp dp ulUon must be drawn here betwei Irritation and pain irri itacrumb frtheduced violent irritation and prolonged coughing which often results In actual pain So top nt fly or speck of dust in Vthe eye set1ip violent irritation and inflammation followed by acute pain rot the surface of the body the finger tips and the end of the tongue are most VensIUve For Instance a burn on the uagct8is much more painful than one en the back would be while neon tho tongue would be more painful still IDeep wounds are not painful its ii nile saye as regards the surface in jUry Of pains pot caused by external iqjuries neuralgia of the fifth nerve I QfthcJthBlreqU lltly driven pe pWtnttd tor the Jima bQlngt and suffereraliave been lao rnij to cut and even burn flie flesh Vjn desperate attempts to relle Cit The rupture jbt the branches of pe dental drawusnisoCj1usesvi agony so intense that it has been stated I that no hulian being could endure It Ii f rmqre ithan two seconds at a time BcMsbns WeeklyVA 4 Trndluc on the ICIffer A recent traveler on theljiigiar writes I was anxious to buy some fruit from a natiVe woman who came down to the ship and to this end I produced a handful of PCfSwWchI had brought out from England I first showed her five then six seven and eight vbjt she pushed them all aside fo a most unceremonious manner anythingil T1 tbe produced a three penny r Apiece width she ot once Acccptedj rjytog incfn returtijiiflttwrce as1 much as coppersr I badagrcatiin tappctfed Jo hun about half a dozen jptsbda water bottles for which I Jthesame number of eggs I atlKard found that any white glass bottlerliad this purchasing over Nigeria The natives powerem to Bids where hey are nielted and made into rings about three or four 1 Inches in diameter to be worn either as armlets or ankletd I lJut bark of a Dir ft 8trangely enough barjclngrriwhiclr f theV14tT to not one of Its natural BOandsTat ait No wild dogs barjc and wbntJs ttit a leag time from their human ni im they seem to lose the faculty Is1IftiI a number of dogs turned lloost j pi JasTa Pernandez lIsland were found 4Iukktythreyears to have complete rUlo habit but to be able tb rc p 10n the other hand u olfi pp1ac well gsItones readily hini fa bwk It almbst s ms ira If tbejMMM were dlaTcreutlated from tlif t Vasd ye1pimg natural tof1jl t wt caidd ia order to eomuiunlc j wt awa and serve his puriiosi H l ObePVi1gtbIt the linbit coo aateI WIin 1Id aIkfn 50 hJj er doafnrd Ly j pfhermI I 0 st whQ e L 1 L iIfHfir Hti ai H iiiEi5iifiW iftiN ii Wi = ic tiNewsrromitC County iJ L JI iIL IIiI 3 WMMMM W 4 OOM M WJ HI jq ckvjIeV John Sweeney sold a bunch of 800 poiiid cattle toiarrt Rijey 14 centst Mrs Bird Campbell and two children of Stanford baveVVor the past wo weeks been visiting re1 voaUVmu woflityMiss Ruth Williams of Camp bellsvilla has b een the guest of Miss Emma Cox for the past esekt Edfeurtotfdf Indlanapplislnd has beea visiting heresuRobert Bowles one of OUt prosperous young men left for Marion Ohio to accept a position in a foundry V Berry Shewraaker sold four steers averaging 800 pounds to John Peters atJQ each WVP Hatch eit solrjifyear ling mure mules to J M Elder of tmearTexaE at 65 each and bought a 5 year old harness iso of Josh Clark o Rose HiJl JorHI Quite a nunJber Of oujr p oph- endedVaft tfldedicatio1 of th new church at Battle Sanday HhIIsJoroV The farmers are about through cutting t bcca1oundhCl e and the crop is verb good Mr Will Miller and wjfe qf Danville areS visiting the latter s p scarensJjeachman and are als attend Ing the Vf1airV 0VHenrfjiigerald Mr Decatur Dragfoo d wife attended the Bardstowp fairtasteek They also visitVPV friends at Fairfield while in Nelson county Mrs Emma Leachman who 0sbeehweeks we are sorry to sIs no b tterIMrs Nancy Dudgeon is spend in ofgudgeonnear Sim ins tMissy for Lexington to attend school at that pi a c Miss Liz e May Gragory also left Mon day to nter scbool at Paris MrslEraraa Coulter was called the bdside of her sister Mrs Henry Scott last week at Taylors lle who is dangerously ill with drbpseyj vZack Leaphraah bought 8 hogs om Dudley Sutherland for 18 VS4rsto Thorn pson Yn key for 8420 Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald void a calf to Jobn Brown for 16 PIJLLIAM This beautiful day I shall at tempt to contribute my partto the readers of the NEWSLEADER apart pfr which contribution will be read with joy and a parit with madness As the lesult of an extended c urthip Thomas Wagoner and iss Lillian Murphy were united fimsjSundThomas SallIe and family started for Blat dinsvjl1e Ill on Sunday lastV The widows of an adjacent ommunity are contemplating1 hoidiug a widows convention At this convention all old maids areto be made honorarv memoi hers and it present indications coun this meeting will be large Attended as there are more widows in the regipn of Pulliam and Tatnam to the square mile JhBnan erglobeVMrs John H Scottwho has been ill lor a long time died in Louisville Mouday Inst and was hurled at Willisburg Tuesday Mr John Shields who was in lhis 80th year pased away la9- twek1for years ho had lived an almost secfuded life It will be remembered that Mr Shields i tlVsthemanwbodug at Sutherlands Mill and also the jsine at Careys Mill both It1this counjy On Sunday nighttSep 8f ousewaslrobbed takiig one sidO HaDda half ofj meat made their escaTfelll immedfai ely took steps to capture tie parties and QH makr tlaljng inquiries of Mr 00 Foster learted that on Monday morting early two men attempted to sell the meat to Mr Foster As hhe eats sltoTre Wheretliey said ITre mea and were also recog edV It is to I eregreited hat the young men will thus briqg disgrace upon themselves andS sorrow up n an honorable and mother tjWrious parties abtut5OC rth of wheat Butter and eggs are bringing good prices Let me sugges thatovery far er who is int Y ted in his farming interested in his community and who de sir zeesbscribe forthe county paper It htl los wiJh the news of your connty people it reports all marriages births deaths reports of meett ings conventions and in I will keep yoi reliably informed upon all current events of the da yVRev A J Simms filled his reg ul tharundayVThe Scarlet fevfer is raging in bur community and greatly reo tarded the progress of our school George Kayshas a banne crop of tobacco in the Tatham SprupgsVflejghborhyJ MOORESVILLE IfTherescarlet feverJn this community Lulu three year tld child of Mr Dee Crowe died Sept 8 of 4rletfevercWe extend congratu rations to our frienl W F Grigsby and his lovely bride and hupe God will shower blessings m on them in their future life We ttdok in the Nelson county fairlast Saturday There was a largesrowLi out to shthe auto mobile races in the afternoon and everything was quiet Tobacco cutting is going on it7 rapid rate this week HMrLouisville are visiting relatives here and in Casey counjy his WeekV Squire Gordon was in our tnidot last Moday receiving wgik on tltupikesV Miss Chdtsey Menar of Ljuis ville ts visiting 9iss Lola Wall lthis week and will attend the Washington cOunty fair and also visit relatives in Springfield Mr John Gribbens has sold his farm to Matt Truax containing 87 acres at2825 per acre full possession given De em 25 fV1it alty J M VVall amdtV P Royal tr will open up the corner btore iin the near fu ure They attioodmen andwish them much success WIIiIsb4r DrW W HvatLnudwire off jMackville visited relatives here l IVastMiss Lulu Trent of Kirkland who has been teaching school at Hickory Grove is uitle home off her sisttfr Mrs Steve C lvin ill with malarial fever Ve hope ishe may lucover yooo Mr A D Young and family of Springfield are visiting friends and relatives near placeV tbiiI Mr Minor Sutherland and 1apJeHillThe Mackville and Willisburg base bail teams played at this place last Saturday evening Scores stood 3 to 1in favor of the Mack ville boys Misses No a Mclfvoy and Em- Sutton attended tho progress at the B tJeelinglnIt ut Cornishvile last The protracted meeting will begiIiat thE JlttillSIt will be conducted by Elders Waldenand Campbell and Lan master Everyboily is invited to attend anQto take an active part both in the services and sIngingV jMr JaMiss Lillian Walls of pAritioch lastIweekIIt MriJohu Henry Scotts re remains ware bruit to tijiB place ftrhuriai She lived tear IsihanlicesiwereSirn Mrs Scott was a dau terWllrs Bud Couffer AVU Uyes near tusjflce uhlf IJ q l eighborhbodWeregret at thiS writing that Gertie the little infant of Mr and Mrs Pred Grider died last Sunday ev cniug We extend our symt pitt1y to the bereaved parents ep not for your little Tile Lord giveth and he taeth away CANARYf IWedeath of Mr George Goode a well known and respecfodcitiprn of East Tea thMrhave returned from a weeks visit to friends and relatives in Boyle county Miss Maggie Yastehas re tu flrnedfr priendspeWehigl13i qttbisplaceM feep acewLogan Harmon oi Wirislow Ind visited his brother Mr J T Harmon this weak Mr and Mrs West Perkins a Vfttendednew Union church at Battld last S undayV Quito a crowd attended the surprise birthday dinner at Mr J mrrating his 56th birthday A sumptuous dinner was served to ffrom 60 to 70 people The rowd gathered while Mr Har mon had gone to riieet one of his brothers at Springfield who arrived on the noon train and the reader can imagine what a sUr- prise greeted on their return Among those present were Mr and Mrs J L Harmon of Win low Ind Mr aWl Mrs Bob Clark Mrs Elizabeth Wyfard and granddaughter Miss Lottie Voford ChaplinVr arid Mrs J W Crane Mr ah d Mrs E M armon BrumfielJ Mr and Mrs Tom Harmon Aliceton Mr and Mrs C R Harmon Leb anon Arch Harmon Stewart Misses Nora Bont and Cather ine Harmon Springfield andI many other and old folks w irhichdoes tot permit me to mention t uaT aT ii wiitL call n uui1 to Mr SIUUIT VtijV TJ culllt a pel exnVrn JIIIIIIn A yprJIrnn- VIXTr Sji IJt account of the ct HIwiI izeIiItIV1re8n fityruusthat ttiio nil till fitions the us apcf iHTfuniM fius rv cutuniau Tin cojt or proriii4 and plitnting oiriK eltoti Is uiul r per lWK In PointgJqblnrs vii8 thro vu from his wheell thla morning but be pluckily arose and rcmonnted Indeed Well thats a case of mans trot knowing when hes well off Richmond Dispatchc Aptly TermedV A farmer In u hood dlstrlctwatehlng- bid mortgaged bouse cud barn fall over and lout down the river remarked Tujit represents my floating Indebted nesi SIGHTS OF OLD PANAMAh City Once a Beautiful Any De SFollowinglis a full dress and ceremonious affair After dinner comes the promenade along the esplanade a charming walk urouiul the old battery overlooking the prison pays the Catholic World Our way borders the sea behind us lies tile city with Its Moorish towers Its lIountIAccon to our left is the little Indian liniiikt of La ben at the month of the Rio Grande and the green hills of the Andes the distance along tho horizon occninvard stretches the bay AYhat words describer It A study color the of the ItltiUIIIK I fr any ancient towers of San Ainistnsliia sole landmark of the once ben tIIul city of old Panama Ihe story of this beautiful city old raIr delighted our childhood Its houses of aromatic wood hung with costly pcstrk adorned with paintings and Hculpturcs that a king might envy Its magnificent churches with their s vices of sllvef and gold their fres of pearls and precious stones its pleasure gardens Its broad driveways chief of which was the kings high way over which the royal rses o the treasures to Puerto and SpnlnIsplenthtd Ie11UcMorgan and his buccf 1bloagainst white led to the destruction pf the flower of Spanish chivalry and the capture of Panama go pass tho glo rica of the worldt iTito EgipHan mmes eccormng ucnclint nutborltles were mostly mad tedtrQArnbl1rM r frllojv who keeps grinding Iis rtre to tnrke bis point 55V I t Srflf I lk I- 01 fWIl LA1ThIf you knew istrengthen and kings and put you in con dition for next winter you would begin to take it now Send for fre Sample and try itSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4945 Pearl Street imcwYork a see and Jioo druggists l S REE EPTEO For SaleVbV CLC CJYHBTONR Agent rhave in my charge for eale the flowing list of farms mostly located Iu Washington county Also have y charge neveral pieces of town operty Full description pf any of property furnished on demand VVLIST OF FARMS acre farmIlood land flretclas iImproverueats of every kind near Sprincfleid Price 50 IovementaI acreiSpringdelelf and good outbuildings farm barnii nced and watered PriceV3o pe re 145 acre farm 13J miles from Spring Held good improvements well fenced and watered not on pike but near pike Price 25 VA230 acre farm J miles for spring- field on tbe pike good improvements every kind well fenced and well watered Price 40 SprIngfleldonand barn largo itobacco barn farn ostly in grassmrlce S50 per acre 200 aero farm miles from Springfield on the pikes plain comfortable house on the farm well watered and1 fenced price 30 per acre 105 acre farm 3 mile from Spring ft 3eidof repair but first class land price 30 p eracreV240 acre iarm 0 miles from Spring field on the pike small boue andl barn farm well fenced good deal of Umber land lays well price 82 a cret170 acre farm 10 miles from Spring ffieldgood land fairly good improve mentp price S3700 200 acre farm 7i miles from Spring field on pike firstclass improvements of every kind good land well wateredI price f45 per acre 160 acres of land 5 miles from Springfield noV improvements 50 acres of creek bottom price 30 per acre 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on pike gopd land firstclass ntlt lays well mostly in grass priee 84250 per aret92 acres of land 7 miles from SprlnJ field on county road small bouse good tobacco barn price Q20CO SpringBe7I bouttand bars good well lays well price 930 per acre 185 acre farm 8 miles from Spring someItimoer well fenced and watered t price 3operacroV 60 acre farm 7J miles from Spring eld on the pike gpod small house and barn raofltly fn gy3thVwe1l fenced ricttOOOV 70 acre farm 4J miles from Springfield on the pike ood hoUseS barn 10 acres ureek bottom good welt milk bouse farm mostly in rant price 1500 135 acre farm 0 miles trom dpnng field on the pike nice new frame house 6 rooms good new barn good tenant house on place two good Pncogsp per acre 200 acre farm 7 miles from Sprint field on pike good six room house good stock hare and good tobacco barn SO acres bottomiafldV Price 5I per aero 240 acre farm 2 miles from Spring rteld on the pike godd house and barn farm well fenced and watered Price 25 per acre lv l Ii ao re farm fine land good im p tdiovemOntsprlco 35 parjicnn TIIEDFORDSV 8PCf1BAllfiJII THE GREAT fAMilY HEDlcfNE Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors bills for more than sixty years For the common fam ily ailments such as CQ1sti indigestion hardcothsbowelcom plaints chills andfeverf bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and regVulatesthe liver assists digestion stimulates action of the kidneys bloodnnmfpurgesthob indigestionOur chillsriiotimatiache kidncrtroudesCQxlstipation- dihabiliousnesspiles hard toldsand headache Every drugV gist hasThedfords BlackUraugbt in 2cent packages and in mam moth she for 81O Never accept ajrobstitnte Insist on bavingthbV ChattanoogaMedicme J1ackDrasjutSiI geed tertmy ami evwyiWn Kavfc firfewiewyeslhaiskbumeefetasdhswIthMdIrv1 DMaiht AJGRCEN Wewara La e JV f HiAiijiijiijiWiiiWtiiWi 4W Wi w W4t0ri r iJj We 17i ruqDu1e5 I1 2 i r nq I fbV J ttJpBp IE J and njr 1 2 iiiA C near at 1jS iAfe i We of all J E e i S Q 4 t r t1 t n Old Doctor Tell a Secret of Hl Profeuton Never tell a patient that there is nothing thejnatter v him said the bid doctor who was revealing the se m patleIt who sends for another doctor Olve him some thin t If It is only flavor t water If the dixcutu is only nary cure the iharmless dose and your patient well In the profession we evH placebos and more won derful cures are effected by hicebos than the world wets uf So nItI when p jtake certain sorts of tuedlcli tout tellt him he must Agree with Ului led give him the medicine It ne rds it In a disguised form There are thousuutis of pat Io who uirpnu ot take quinine u wl11a you tthat they have never t ten tli Ir tlives while at the sa Im9 t ity I Baking large dose lIt 1V ii ci fir nlne is hard sgulsi r If administered In a pi e pati to ij h l tin patient Is apt to recu iilii a J4tululuct pill by Its appearance to8vet bite into the pill and tm tipover your ruse To obviate 1V fculty druggists nol vspllL of nine made hi odd t ten an oalors t 8ter are a favorite form for use lirs where an sntlqalnlue crank irrs tu t medicated In giving n placebo t is r 111tlentl b6 k rIObt ot be taken at a time and that at stated pinemhoance with which yon emround It New York AND J ICanalICt platnThe birch grows farther north than any other tree Next comes the SI berlan larch and then the fir The dark spot In the center of a bean blossom Is the nearest approach to black that occurs In any flower Sunflowers may be trr isplanted quite easily It the work te on S minI day or In the cool of the cvcolng Preserve a green lawu In the center of the garden however small This is torIpurposes of VreUefIb 1taIpresence often betrayed by its sweet scent merely but a largo bed of mi gnonette should be in every garden Dissolve fresh lime in water allow sediment to settle and saturate earth in which small white worms have That uit Is never too late to set out roses is a true word about gardening Bututhe earlier the better so long tho frost Is out of the ground liamaxim no less wor Iiy of A Spiny Slonater For sheer ferocity c appearance un redeemed by any miler facial attn butes a lizard celled after Moloch hon l Australian reptile Is covered with spines that as It has n put nature ueertafnhowA given area But unlike Its tutelary Vfledhimself absorblngandplaced in a shallow dish was observed Ajkclcmt Trades Calstu Seven weretradesland so strict were their role that to isbnte eases the penalty ot death was inflicted for Infringing theau Each ttana work was strictly defined and even the number of hours that he wuIallowed to work wast stated to the charter of autos Later exactly the same stata of affairs ez lste4 In Pompeii and have been discovered stating specific ap pbintments of officials to trades The most powerful of these appears to have been that of the guild I f Dey oaghter pass a law saI4 H a gry Higgins nursing hli leg tar aIltl people ter call delr logs s tMK prlate names Wots de matter iwwr SatWtt Busty Rhoad Why a woman don de tea sal aH yUllHdtJc1o alit called Pldo and Fldo dldnt do a He was a big brindle bulir Qblcagg JiidWe ban afford ti sal figures house iis full ofVOftheItitest and vehicles on the market toStyleanl ny Price CallandVmakea readyibr Spi 1 SEEDING TIME g- jl You is grass seeds kinds iI Spepialti jtfNorthern Sf 0ai f JJPf THOMPSON GREENI IiI PLACEBO PRESCRIPTIONS IIakeimagination prescriptions VIounces rwhatttlI Ujnlnc PressIFLOWER TREEi Ethusdependence Xneat V1fldeed tblottlng h1aIgu1ldor Inscriptions U10riaj Fishermens Deeptimh tmcI UOthiffiat close Ourf wSw nobVbiest selection must remember handand have We lllakoa getmi 1 0 l 1 414 Insmarce 5 11J i Reversed I11 VSOUTHERN MUIUAV 1 t w Ivestment Companyj ifit Of Lexington My t tlJ G WI McELROY f l AGENT t i i Yr J 4Springfieid ny 4 iii 1 7C i CI lt Prios1iAcI f I j DRESSED TJMIR IiSAHandD4JRLAriiansHINGLEs CONTRACTINGny- thingin r the buiding Hh at thefSPRINGI ELD LUMBER OOs Yard V GALL AND fiST PRJCE r = Spend the Sunrinier at VASEVJLJE Charmingly situated in the autw1 I puntain Region of Western North tSmroUnil ij known as the v Larid 01 tne SkY asily tea llie by the Soutnern Railway- Clear Bracing Atmosphere Good Temperature Magnificent Scenery delightfulretreatfrath the iintense heat of the Summer 1ookrreeonre stamp for postage c l OHHungerfordIPA LouisvIIlc ty f UA leD AtVG4P AV 6t IOUIF IMO- H fcjpencer tren Ugr Si Louis Mov TC NORfVCRN mWWW Tkrwilr Steeptog Sfirk LstsvMl Sleeping cars ronnlntftp Northern Michigan resorts from dQtiTJUe over Pennsylvania ShorfLIflf a and tl R Railway The Ispisbiag this will be 9iUbliib d June 22 102 teav ing LouisVille 4 p dally VJlYliIC Petoskey Traverse City Bay VMW wCltYnextnoob Meals oa dialog ftFspecial iaforBiatoBaddr spMBac rty to P A LoalevllIe It rVVVT4JVali d V3 1 tiM eN Laxative BrompQulnine Tabletsf can e lio 7 j ihe MiSS Uffhdfie laI Affor4s h v L Jrp1eisrtudW18Ms oir Kips orjloCo1itn t t e NortbweVTw o Piisi trmlis cialrrcl M Si VLoi CityPtS and Pellerla MIK CVwith the 4RyScenk ItreOlLrII lAin durinff the surasieh MO UM W PttflcCoastAUVtuIfl l I i4ctiigitsehMPullmani la uOpt iieepersSf ban FraHdsco via 8ecrado ajid tIt Lake 1 SVrouldPererneally C MV1lmIThUnistVS1sT U ptIndLou iJkt iirthloughOor totheAii tcai outerIVtD a4rsallowedthe MlsSOUti3ac1SC 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Noticee f P4Utfies desirjng a good safer iinvestment fo4 small siims viUr excellent ratevof interest wri e jas for particulars A resideiit fftolicitor uranied Pennsylvaftia tCinprovement and Investment i1o 703 Baer Building Retding Penn 1IpcER UKifiANb S f J Offer the Let iinvestment tog be cwind now We can tell you w1i7We can show you the inonejr in then WeconsellI you what you want and it- bottom prices We have little and Wg farms small payments p 1r01 largelow and high priced Write us your wants or come 1 and se uS prthe time Is ripe i W GRUME Co Taylorsville Ey tJP2rmF r SIo I hiyeifpr sale my farm situa- tedtv9 miles Jrom Springfield 11nd a quarter of a mile from v ltey1 on tin Bloomfield tpike well watered and good im- prcweeutI The farm contains 190 cres and will be sold in one taLs to suit purchaser lIrfnrther information address t WIE ABD THOMPSON t ralyHi1lKyn I t jfLrFarm for Saler IHxveif or sale my firmsitua ion the Springfield und Bloomfield pike tm the Celscn iidei of hrh er two miles froi Maud uiid live miles east t1l 5tfDO field The farm con- itiufw 107 acres of land with good 4x room dwelling house large sety of water Farm aslyI1 gras For furtberI- i MOOREiJb2 i4Ifyjejare t1ett Wed with odorous e4 Writ RItNtRC7 headksirt leJMi weMky pat after eatiBf loss I afiiuti melaaeholv u HNri iri 7 tM44a teafc a fent lMs ifHerliiacwiM fttreyoa the re upsts Miforoct4 rissieve tbe e ors t j iIc U byC3I 1S- SS II TOWN wWWHii HtiiHQiiii6HHW Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest AH About Yourself Friends nd Acquaintances 1 I IrI IPearl in Ammonia takes the blue ribbon forwashing clQthes milk yessefs scouring and geni eral household purposes Buy it For sole by John C Shades LosT OR STRAXED rA dark red long slimlIunddogwith ipgtaii and whitQ spot pri itsS breast jReward returned tp f v SamNally Mclntire Ey The regular annual fair hop wiil be given by the young men of the town on next Friday eve ning The fair hop Is always a pleasant social occasion and the one this year promises to be up to the nsnal standard I lf There will be a protracted meeting to begin at the Metho dist church this place on next Sunday t The regularr pastorS Rev 8P Stiles will he dlbv Rev J T jMnrison These ministers have been conducting successful meetings at Pleasant Run aud at Mat Chapel An jaggregatlon called the Great Southern Medicine Co struck the town Monday cind has taker possession ota pr tion of olirslJreets Crowds are entertained every night by an open air free show while ihe cio tors proceed to skin the crowds oufcbf any small change by sejlibg their feurea11s Mrs Head wife of Mr Frank Head a farmer of the county died on last Sunday evening of wasldevoted mother and wife She leaves besides Ner husband six small cbildren to mourns her deatli Tire funeral took placet fr w the Baptist church of ibis place on Tuesday mo ning Tho ladies of the Pleaeant l Grove church laso week shipped to Dr les aunders in Breath etfr county a tOOx containing clothing and many useful arti cles to be given to lthe poor peo ple Jfthe mountains amos r whomDr Saunders has br a llaboring for spine time in mis sionary work The cause is a worthy one and the church ladies- bavedone a good work Afe a congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church held last Sunday Rev C A trick land of Alabama who preached here the Sunday before and who made such a fine impression was liven a formal call by the church The members of the congregation were unanimously jflti favor of calling Mr Strick land and the sum of 100 extra was voted to be sent to him to cover the expense of moving bis family and belongings A salary of900 per year and parsonage- is offered Rev Strickland and he has accepted He will prob ably be in Springfield with his family and in time to preach on the third Sabbath in this month The question of church repairs was also discussed at the meeting last Sunday and another meeting will be held next Sunday to consider ttat and other business The arrisParkinson Stock Company opened a weeks engagement the Opera House here on Monday night with that strong play entitled Lost in Egypt They have full houses so far and the chances arerthatj standing room only may be the order at the performance during the balance of the week Mr Robert Harris is a fine ronantjc actor and he has about him a strong company of clever people as a support The specialties be iween the acts are a fine feature and as an entire chanue of pro gramme is given each night this should prove a diawing card On Saturday night the play known as the James Boys in Mis sburi which has never been seen here will beproduced The performances are all up to the high tindar l set by the Harri Pat shoVedhereprices cf admission everybody should attend GrljsbCoe lpheI Wr W Fred Grigsby and Miss Lula Cokehdolphejr were married yesterday afternoon at four a oclock at the home of the bride at Chaplin The wedding waS a quiet home nffairf only a few in timate friends and relatives being present The ceremony TOPICS i i Iwas performed by Rev J T J r The bride 4s one oft e most attractive asr well as one of the most popular young ladiesi of the neighborhood She is a daughter of M James Coken dolpherand has many admirers Mr Grigsby is thewell known young attorney of this place He is a young man who by his abili ty and fine character is rapidly making for himself an enviable position in the esteem of his fellow man Mr and Mrs Griggby will at once gQto housekeeping in the Casey cot tagepn lower Main street The UEWSLBADEE joins the many friends of the young ouple in extending congratulations The Fair Opens The Fortieth annual meeting of the Washington County Fair Association opened yesterday with a good first day crbW The morning was given up fo the exhibition of fancy articles by the ladies and of country produce fruits etc The display was good and the entries large- To judge from thelarge number of good horses on the grounds the exhibition of stock this year will be the best for several years Among the horse ownersfrom other counties who are here with strings we noted C T Sandidge L Cj James R E Goddard Houtchins Bros T O Phillips besides anumber of others who have from one to three candidates for the ribbons The weather is all that could be desiredand the indications are that the crowd will be a record breaking one Friday will be school childrens day when nil children attending the public schools will be admitted free of charge Special Agent H G Ris ng of the Rural Mail Service was here Monday and inspected a low route in this untyoThe r jute I id c t it follows Leaving Spiagi Ita run ing out the Perryville pike to Texas thence to Jensonton thence on the pike ad ing from Texas in the d jotion of Mackville to a point near Jes sie Whitehouses home thence on cross pike to intercept tbe Springfield and Mackville turnpike at W T McMillans place thence in said pike to Spring field The rte will be about 24 miles londwi1 Ivery like ly be recommended Agent Rising also held an examination of applicants for carrier Mr George Neikirk was the only applicant to take the examina tion Mrs George Dead Mrs Minnie George one of the Oldest lladies of the county died on last Wednesday at the home of her soninlaw C W Noe this place where she was on a visit Mrs George had been making her home with the family of her brother inlaw P C W Peterson at Texas for a number of years She was the mother of seven children all of whom are dead Per husband J H George was a well known citizen of the town who died here quite a number of yea s ago One of her daughters wag the first wife of Mr Chas WNcie and another was the wife of lIi r James Wat ers There are eight grand children of Irs George now live ing The funerall took place Friday from the Baptist church and the remains were buried at Cemetery Hill PUBblC SALE I will offer for sale to4he high 271on271 SIHSI porch good milk cellar never failing well of good water be sides hydrant In front yard Good stables and all outbuildings Will also offer some furniture stock of buggies arid harness One sow and six pigs 1 first class milk cow Terms made jmpwixOn dayof day of sale 4t S fcKARKiqK K M DyipiaW 01 jDENTIEj OFKICJC RINKHAKT BUILDII t wmanntly located SPRINGFIELD KY FEPeCNALL t r Lebancjrl3ester9Y Ed MRuBsell wasln Bardetown JSunday Miss Mary Brown has returned home from Pittsburgh Miss uale Popa aben to Louis yille on a visit Miss Mary Gilkcrson of Lebanon Is visiting relatives here Miss Hattje Curry hss gone to Dan ville to attend odhool Scott McOabe is going to Jasper md to attend schoo- lMIssHarcourtof Lebanon fa visit ing friends here this week Mr Will Daisy of Lebanon is at the home of OW Noe this week Will Robertson left Sunday to at tend schoqlTat St Marys College Quite a anmber of young men rod the excursion to Louisville Sunday Mrs E I Davison has returned from a visit to her parents at India polis Pat Tobin of Pawnee III is shaking hands with his many friends her this week Erastus Burton and young Mr Har risare here this week enroute to Cen tre College Mrad Mrs Buster of Mercer county are visitng their daughter Mrs J BRoBards Mr and Mrs L M VanArsdale of Harrodsburg are visiting relatives here this weekSMiss Margaret Russell has gone to Bardstown to accept a position as stenographer Mart Yarberry of Columbia who has been visiting the family oZ J L Allen has returned home Jailer George Cattlet is able io be out again after a long and severe ill ness of typhoid fever MissEliza Yankey of Lexington has been visiting the family of her brother J S Yankey of this place Messrs Perry and Ed Hancock of Oane Valley are guests of Mr and Mrs Joe A Hardiu in the county this week Mr and Mrs Th mas Parrott of West LonQville Davien county are btro t tin week attending t hu iItir and visiting relatives Ben and Will Medley Jeorge Rob ertson Wuthan Imms and Mike Simms all Springflttld boys have gone t Notre Dame college Mr and Mrs B J Edelenand dan ghter and Miss Beadle Hnndiv and Benedict Baker of Birmingham Ala are visiting relatives here Mr Oscar Waters formerly of this place now an valued employe of the L N Railroad at Pittsburg Ky vhdted relatives here lat week Messrs Charles Greene and Steve Thompson who went to Oklahoma a couple of week ago have returned having decided to try old WashingtOn county a while longer The say jobs donLgrow on trees out in the bloom ing West by any means Resolutions Springfield Ky Sept 8 1902 Springfield Ledge No 50 F Ir N It having pleased the Almighty Father to call our brother Clarence J Hawkins from the scene of his earthly labors to the rest that remains for his people thereforeresolved That in his death we have lost Ii worthy and respected brother and our Lodge a true efficient and useful among na a comparative stranger but a little more than a year ago he by his gentlemanly dEport- ment genial good humor and honest straightforward manliness made many waam friends in the community and greatly ehdeared himself to his brath renWe prized him for his many good qualities his sterling honesty and in tegrity ofoharacter and for his genial courtesy of manner and kindness of heartWhile we sorrowed to see him stricken down upon the threshold of young manhood in all the pride of youth and strength and with br ght prospects for the future yet we feel dIall things well we in submission bow to bis holy will Resolved that to the family mourn his loss we extend Our deep and tender sympathy their affliction and express out appreciation of the loss they have sustained Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the mIflntj of this lodge and our Secretary send acopyot the same to the family of our d ceased SprlngfteldIH M ORUND- W Ai WATHJCS Committee Oooniji for Life H I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McConnelsyilfe 0 for Piles and FistulaI but wnen all failed Bucklsn sjArmc i Salve cured me in ttwo week Cures Burns Bruiser Out Corns Sores Eruptions Salt Rheum Piles or up pay 25 cents at tluvdons drugstore Fofeys floaty TarlMIc Jusajfl jfOlJNDDfAD efa fml M rier wi t Jll1illver receivedhereMQnt40yof abermittlivingon miles nqrth west of here inNelson cotmty was found dead lying In IsbeUevj4toJack and Henson Shields two brothers owned a large trait of land in what is known asC The Bend on Chaplin river in this rougluissums of money were realized which is supposed to haye been kept around the house Uensori Shields and his family occppied the house near the center of the farm Jack who was never married was about seventy years old and occupied a cabin in a lonely spot near a cliff overlooking Chaplin river The evening before his death he was about the farm as usual Some members of the family found the old man dead Hisj feet were outside the door He had evidently been attacked while sitting in the door as Was his custom Rafter his days work was over Spots of blood and other evidence showed that a death struggle had taken place There is no clew LAHOSALE As agent and attorney in fact of the heirs of the late Franklin Graves I will on THURSDAY SEPT 25 1902 At the llate refcidence of said Franklin Graves about the hour of 2 oclockp m offer for sale at public auction the land owned by said Franklin Graves at the time of his death containing about 3QO acres The land will be sold in parcels or altogether so as to snit purchasers and to realize the best price The land is susceptable of being divided with two or more desirable grain and stock farms with dwelling on each The lands are situated three miles south west of Mackville and within oqe half mile ofthePerryville turnpike The land is in a good state of cultivation is well watered and has on it comfort able dwellingsand an abundance of good timber This is a good opportunity to secure a good Washington county farm PUBLIC SALE At my farm three miles north fo Springfield on TUESDAY SEPT 30 1902 beginning at 1 oclock p m r will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following personal property One fat cow 2 long yearling steers 2 extra good milch cows 2 weanling heifers one mule colt one mare some pegs bulGY and harness and household and kitchen furniture I will also at the same time and place offer for rent my farm cO- nsisting of 80 acres 10 for corn 12 for rye andjl2 for wheat Terms of saleSums of 5 arid under cash in hand over that amount a credit of 12 months with 6 per cent interest will be allowed MRS M A HENNESS MonkeyFaced Owl- There is on exhibition at Grigsby Cos warehouse a very peculiar and rare specimen of tho owl family The head and face closely resemble those of a monkey hence ih name The bird was shot and wounded by Mr Burr Coleman who cap tured it after a vicious struggle and brought it to town and gave it to Grigsby Co The owl is as large as the horned species and when molested makes a peculiar hissing noise similar to the sound made by an enraged viper It is very vicious and is ready for a fight at any time This species of owl is rare in this part of the country but iis found more frequently in the Southern States being quite common in Cuba and adjacent islands Since he bird has been in captivity iit las attractedcon siderable attention NelsonRecord I SorneReasonsS Why You SMI MW en Htfrfng iMllESSOLsequal enaera bard 1ather soft speciaUy prepared eeps out waterfA heavy bodied oi- LHARNESS Hveeducescost lever burns the lleather its iffidenoy is increased iecures best service ititches kept from breaking OILbIs sold in all Localities JlU1utae Stdrd Compay Farm for Sale Containing 178 25acres in onehalf mile from Botiaud pna good turnpike road ma1l2 story briOlt house with four good rooms two halls and lafge cellar good new barn and other outbuildings About 60 acres of timber With about 100000 feet of goodi white oak Plenty of good spring watei all over farm about 20 acres in orchard of aH kinds otfrnit pare of which is bearing Thi8isone of the best grain and stock farms in neigh borhood Reason for selling going to Oklahoma Price f25 an acre on good time OTIS PORTER 86 4t Botland Kr fl GULF STREAM MARKS rho Oonne of the Flow ThroaKli the Ocean Flalnlr Indicate Isperceptlblyboring sea this blueness forming one of the standard references of the nan tical novelists The depth of color Is due to the high percentage ot snIt con tamed as comparedirlth the cold green water of higher latitudes observation having shown that the more salt held in solution by sea water the more tensely blue Is its color Thus even In extratropical latitudes we sometime = observe water of a beautiful blue cor or as for instance In the Mediterra nean and In other nearly landlocked basins where the Influx Tit fresher wa tar being more or less impeded the percentage salt contained is raised by evaporation above thuverage says MagazineJ u temperature due to the fact that its high velocity enables It to reach the middle latitudes with very little JosS of heat Upon entering its limits the temperature of the sea water frequent ly shows a rise of ten degrees anti even fifteen degrees It was this fact that gave to the stream In the later years of the eighteenth century and the ear her years of the nineteenth an impor tance in the minds of navigators that it no longer possesses In those days the chronometer invented by Harri son in 1705 was still an experiment Instruments were crude and nautical tables often at fault The result was that the determina tion of the longitude was largely a matter of guesswork a vessel aster a voyage from the channel to America often being out of her reckoning by degrees instead of by minutes Thejdea Ben1amlnFraltkjlnthat ing the temperature of the surf ace Cra qatryintofix his position to within a few miles was hailed with delight The method was published in 1700 by Jonathan Williams Ina work lengthily entitled Thermbmetr cal Navigation Being a series of cxperl ojenta and observations tending to pttfve that by ascertaining the relative hen of the sea water from time to time the passage of a ship through the PIt stream and from deep water into soundligs may be dlscdvereU in fume to avoill danger In this work he makes a patriotic comparison of the gulf stream to a streak af red white and blue painted upon the Surface of the sea for the guidance of American navigators Dot Be I Seooad CIa Mam You can hanDy imagine a boy say Lug I am going to be a second class- man I dont want to be first class and get the good jobs the high pay Second class jobu are good enough for me Such a boy would be regarded as lacking in goooj sense if not in san ity You can get to be a second clad man however by not trying to be a first class one Thousiihda do that all the time so that se41tond class men are a drug on the xnaret remarks Success Second class things are only wanted when first class omf be hadYou wear first class clothes if you can pay for them eat first class butter first class meat and first class bread or It you dont you wish you wuld Second class men are no more wanted than any other second class commodity They are taken and used when thq better article Is scarce or is too high priced for the occasion For work that really amounts t j anything first class men are wanted The Home oIE IWIurThe Bank of England generally con tams sufficient gold in sixteen pound bars to make 20000000 sovereIgns The bank which stands in three par Uhes covers three acres of ground and as the current price of land In the iidnlty works onrat jEl000OOb an acre it teensy to form an Idea of the money value of Englands wealth The ratable valuo la about 1000 a week The bank employs about 1000 peopl ltpays a quarter of a million a year la wages and 35000 a year in pensions There are 25000000 worth of notest in circulation which have been handed over the banks counterLoadon Globe In Java y wativesao not glue coffeewith- a cheap and impure coating They have tOo high a regard for h althas well ai for the naturally delicious flavor of their pOpular berry The very Americas roasters who glaze their package cpeei do mot dare to tojch or glue their high priced Mochas an4 Jaraf Why Ufin CLa a lassvirg1aassr lulUraW ltjal U JUST PURE CttfM w1 Retnruoof tie Peoples FtJorite llarrsParkiflsoll Bigi Stockt Co ONE SOLID WEEK 60MMENGIM MONDAY 8EPTc8 T f MONDAY NIGHT r 6U LQST IN EGYPTSpecialties and iUiistrated songs 1b tweentheacts Seats now on sale atiusukf place Prices 10 20 SOiCents liWeourlpspeI ection y Of our elegant Stpckpf NEW GOODS f Spring Dress Goods in all the new shades Whie Goods in all the new SilkvEffects We ar rbw pre pared tprshow a IstockI The largest arid most attraqtive we haveavers- hown and LOWE1NPRIaEo Than you will find efsevi here ust opened out large Stock CS CORSETk The latest shapes WhitePlnkandBlue Dont fail to visit our Wall Paper Carpet Lace Curiain and RugDepai4f ment it is now more complete than- ev e before f JSSL Iii Shoeswe are showing Vici Kid PntC1fPatent Kid Velour Calf Box Calf Ac made all last from the plaineltfoth most extreme Call and examine them We Guaralitee to Suit you buyersAiwaysgivingpa favors and soliciting continuation of yourptroMf cveremainYqurs Truly Cuinlngtai fillufloall J FRANK W SIMMS BEN P SIMMS JdHNFSIMMf FRANK W SIMMS S CO c iivory Food aqdaleSStable New and Stylish Rigs andgood U IeSpecial outfits for travelling tejqi Give ia sa trial JojpafQ table stalls and good tywit ment for boarding horses PHONE75 SPRINGFIELD KY ISot3iag Wasted J Scottiali fanner when going to market It was Observed alWays took Allen with him in bb trap The reason was never knoiyn uuttl one daY l4e took a friend with him on a drive Every place the farmer stopped lie put the nosebag on hit bone and th a the has was w trained that what drf d taw the horses bag the han weald ftek 4j 50 there was nothing wa ted fMM aOniWeeklyS Coed JiatuDont trust toO far to ypS tee tentlonfVsald Uncle Jbti1 wOeta yoh hai kill back ot can Ooei ia teatk Q8 satlsflea de aa what bg em but dey U de relBattea o a iMWf of ckolr Mtwlc WaMH Stari f Aalhh i CMrf Ig tiereany ktedjfceat that aevec kM ass button cm it Priced a lfr of ac3sISItBewu 1i Tei lra coat p J tH ike laMutaHe000 reply K PatrtoMwB ti not tW met h et a treat flac afariedi b t j wcS the cooitfMt tais wMW iu ka 1 j al of F= i in 1 on rfttf r toitt WM tartlc the Casa4h I dont know what the tmU aid the hostess ia a toss tf1INat Balance sMy nuta mm 7SM aivnaoei1 11s saeas way t Mit t c Ttata OsaMhr a ty Q i 4ttill 0aem is i 11 G t War U JiTwIIJssr 4f f fThe 1its ad l fI7WhM two Miprtet 0 n Dieea ea other er o MM St them alweJNi My brtow thai i u parat Lets eatw 4 f tuMa1I3lDit Jt 1101 lS air1tyIi MalL ISUrBSL t il5asea r IiJ Nev- qiaan S a peaas iiaut a wo oft anawrl aye 5beat lid eLaaao e and tort r it makei tbem far matter than onj tWoff ejee jrt mvlA usyLos4os Tit c 4S I T r sump GopdEtyfe tIP ywpte mto atonf ta jrariare 17Ia r JU bytlae irainafal dayi 1 f drWtby 1om ofc thtf wo4k dt airy twi aN M1a ku X014bySTb ori us piiy 44tI jb L na ai=wkairaJtbe ky ll r TW Iftf Mrtfa ke ttiM 41UI asdadoia a r goo44y i sHkuaer ffatclaM where Ispo ns oI lined j Osc jMpI coektaita crab Ji sohiyc- iiTbe Wav1hWapMae deerte ibYTi wi Tattler Llta Lc1sto5FromthtcrTh kid niDfl playe at 8pri irfn T 1 JSt Friday and won by a ijeor ftf2a bIB Monday ih- 4jecoq4 qina frpm Bpringlieldj qime ovcr here and defeated a j club fcade up qf bag and Ut Iti DaYs by the score of 10 to 5 toJesoDj one of Le1onsoldest citizens died at his home on Main street last girI biUty in the 79thyeariQjFhis ar Will Shack colored who soime time ago made his escape from the caprA red afterwards by Chief IR givenJI laIt TJpunty jjail where he will be held i anif irr Ho fs charged wtth breaking into LaQaratthodepot1ast3u1y bet3tdaughter Woods n and Bessie SItdiIi Greensburg who have been recently bitten by a mad dog have 0 recently visited the home of Mr Charles rystf lorj aall theoasest except onex the Js tone adhered to wounds Mr Cecil says aftor1lt service of 25 iirrJiiia which the stone hjis ad ered to hundreds of yjonnds that not one Oas ever ben fol 6lqWed by hydrop pbfa which is 4 splendid recam endation of Ithe wprJth of his mid stone y George Nelson who has been igiving Station House Keeper Wtispn so much trouble receni ly made hisfiscape again on lastE Saturday morning He went to theiUytiry stable of Cruam Bro houIind He ry Wilson concealed under a 1h of straw The brtgo to prison After a lit ei QV ever he Was persuaded go 1along with the officers who didI i not wishi tOuseay harshmeat stIij heyrefusei ta into ofrheofficerf again used no yioabut sent for Chief Thompson Idior exhausted his patience in trying to gettbe fellow to go in to the cell iPinaUy aftferjisten ing to a round of abuse he usedI bhiDIIiie Still remained stubborn Asaalast resort the tfficers over ow red him puthim in chtins andin1 cast him bj main stiength inot his cell where hewas left unt3j p yesterday when he was turned OJton cpudiiipn tlmt he leave cortictWkireaznVerznifuge is speSeBr ially thechilds fonic improves be rat iieffioniand assimilation of food ft HgtlpninB the n rvons systcic ti4 BnetoingyigOraudeiattcity of spirits qatpral1 itto childhood Price 25 ee tat H y dons drug store fre1lhrr llt Bjrseatrjr is prevalent every where iu xl IncitndIsdue tb11iasmic poisons and begins abruptly w tioflaraation 7ofthe mucous littirig 1 tf the large boyeltn America the41ilieasc furJquot result as seriously as in the ins lCJPerry Davis Painkiller tropI dr best remedy known axd the miitef oifncieisiucUrE jieisire or tJOglSeveral years 350 rax lungs were ofobidlyaffaectcdtkat IjdMt Jnd I took treatment with Beyeraj i fihysician without iiybcncfittottica started to take Honeygrataiidray Ilnu 3 are now as sound crai recoaiaieud iti In he the HyAMtAgjjiycsofliiagtrothjle J t f4V S NTFor CoM resiiTiin j j frIjt Igricultural apprppriaions biH to tbhOrI1dsp4IrfmenLj isQb 5 to IsIm df 1270 000 for the dl strUfuT Lt4osi ot eqa otIie JodividUaloJ b thdelIjtbUevp oNp dto the nibers ofcc ai T tthe liirgt and wott taM t7 il Pt k Ifr13 fr iiLt1i DIzZy ten your liver isnt acting well You uffer from billow liverMPor MSI constipation Ayer s the Standard Family Pill mall doses cureAJidtst L I brown WaD7 or rich black OIt3eh eujsii IJXKINGHAMS DYEtI1c rsv1I elllOnso Drn PI4u CeNiia ersI = th hoetodustrythisogdepartment and vpIl ba the ii3Stl obtainable For purposes of diatributipn tho c untry habs n divided into seven districts ai each will be sent only seeds suitable to that localitybu Twt Tbhfi moIiare now fully undewtood First t trying process 9a delusion that pro benefitIecdnd science common set se aud ex prrience proclaim Elys Cream Bal1oube Instant relief and fihalj certain cure It cleanses the dJseasen mci inhebranesanduever makes the patic sneete Price 50 cents Soldbydrugr stli or mailed by Eijr 13rol S6 V ren Street NY CCAUTiOh This is not a gentle word buo w ben on think how Jliable fou are not to purchasefor7 eri the only remedy universally and a remedy that has had the rgtsVsaIo f any medicine inailthe world sicoe1808 for the cu d treatment 0f consumption d Throat add Lung troubles lIleatpopuJaritvaUUIopij thankful we called your at teution to Boschees German yrup There are FO many aInary cough remidies qadte by druffgists and others that aye cheapjvid qodr light ccldsi perhsmav but for sevens Coughs B VIfurdifficult expectoration and cough g during the nights o mornI in errfgatif G G Grten SVOQ1urV WY ExGoYeriwr Knotts House Biirued hnndsompcoln Procter Knptt situated just out t t destroyedIbyfire Saturday at noon The fire originated in the kitchen from the flue and although eve y effort was made tto save the building the flames c nJdrtlPflje checked Nearl eyorytning in the house Vlbcl contained Reveral ttQcIaAnci tdollar worth of fine nnUng and rare buc aiac collected by Mr Knott dur ng Ws pnbliclife was saved alIthougn it was badly damaged i j IIIoueate was saved but in remoAing tfromt mauy the books were badly injure he lloss on the residence wi3 l be I out lRrwini covered it ia lbough t insurance ttors CcadaptII bletIfi I had kidney trWbte for years Mrs JRaymond Conner of RhelI n Wash ajjd the doctors could uot lpme 45vetl Fpleys Kidney Ctlrc d the xe y first dose gave me relief and I amnoycured I cannot y ch for Foleys Kidney Cure tgI Reduced Rates to the Westil Commencing Sept 1 and dally there after until October 31 1902 the Wisj ninCebtralIty kets from Ubicago wUjs to lSettlersl na Jdabb Otogob Washington and itish Columbia at greBtly reduced l oi For detailed information in I qalro of nearest ticket agent tdreildIng Cincinnati 0 or Jas QO j Gen Passanger Agent ftjjjwu iSi beSWjEflt=fa Net So V 1tt1icci9zice9uYlelu lWr eel Coot jf miniirs Q i1 66 iralned to Jcep fQl undfr gjt rircumstaiices there ins1j it r tcVk cause when somcTgood swimmer j j owns nut in 4uottilugit an urm or a leg or maybe oulyn ni j fndgiodImmeronirnreven without the use of thaftrorett od BWlmmera drown often asaur ulttIcrump If such fatalities we nun zed they would be moaftippperly bassed55 of nerve This comg fypm the act at every one Js ta light In citilciboodtfear the water andi comes as a own man and a swimmer to fearhamp The Average opinion is that man irho njjacked when swim mlng In deej Walter is as good nei drawacul Therefore wh n a swimmerhfeeiyKlejgor arm begin to cramp heJlit ghtened In most cases entirely opt j huilt He loses hIs bead beginshiji splash anti paw and struggle and then goes down What the swimmer should rememberrrtthat be can keep afloat with very ry little effort If ho will turn on Ills ck and keep his chest Inflated itlsh t e simple matter of floating which erery awimmer knows and finds very w y If tie swimmer nvlU keep cool d ifloa the craipplng Ihab will fre te otijr relax after a little and heirutlIIJWjqHf as well as everOutlng w p JJHwey as Tsi r Nn iA1AlA1AAALiqAlAAAILAAAArAA SENT BY PRYIUCE nEEDICopyrIght by A a JUchardaorr r ttJnr Innn1hMlltthcwsfor io Jpbaonlythencverotfrom that He thought for tirtj spakb for her unit acted for her and after a year or two she wouldnt lhave- Ojtodnr tn onoof his socks wJhutttrst nsklng him bow much yard sfix should take It Even when the husband slonlaUybroko a dish mid was pjut on a diettatead and lifter for a week wltti tho Wlthoughtre tieextra and didnt tako up any of his valuable time Ono day when lIe was down In the potato patch she felt that her timed come and she lay down on the- ngeand closed her eyes and djied vbenbecatni anitzincheadstonQ above Han nahs grave It was tho general talk rtlil1tho would hot marry again His buthmonths hadv passed when he called or Aunt Sarah Weldon one day and mId wonllerlngu uGoSsettled tho question I want to see tIt you agree with me I dont believe PrqvKteaefe has aeyththg to do with second wife bluntly repHed Almt Sa al ra fwaysram pqornionmust lnsis 0hovWblie Qt ediTed I am going to ask Jmr to be tnY1YIe she tsnt eighteen years o1dl l exclalwed Aunt Sarah LknoWi but you See I can bo a fa theraaweU as a husband to her Proijileuce seems to bair had a hand in oer father losing his farm and her HE IUD TO GET OUTDOOES TO AVOID ThE RAIN or rlthtIbe iovetl MilIenred tor i sometWultor notjWeli what have I got to do with was asked Why I sort o thought Id find out andMrsJacksonthought my getting married was all right I dont wont everybody saying that I didnt Ta9IrAuntireckopj but you and Providence yonneedntBut you stand youthinkpointing out theway for me2Jf he uisJBtei Well Jacob she TepU ed after n moments thoughts TU go as far as to m that mysterlIem That Batisiiedi Jacob Matthews Ho went tatltbAfter coupVt Qfr hours the y were made to see tiabapd of Pit aIreiheadcd humble lo theInnipthat she was too humble and docile r much JlBrc his lost Hannah but pt apsb a box an the ear might calf out a spark of temper just enough to re TiltIeforo a Justice Qt the peace and till enteredhe tlubotillkltehcnemir in the yard all the curtains dlslwsjT dont llku arid nowrexplained the bride as be atood with oqen mouth Ilrione wn pulling his hair juid scratching hih brkhnteppedoh1ing pin and the dJaliptui at him and ifte had thefralh begInnIngothad toveg his un wifes ethoIlehndbeentnken urstothinkrnhighetookisfieldVhenlime WDSnohercarsofisnilosetbutitsln1esandltbrokenc1Hr downoliostilieiuudbosstthoJwifeashisviiatzuuited i tablehich1i0l lare tie laid flusubor4Ilnntlonf wIfmusttwojwss lt ceuar on pread ana water She mast also expect to go withgut tea or sugar Or shoes the rest of the year to make ARuttierhumble and spiritless and In due lime the cellar door was locked against Tier Jacob set oil to work feeling that darkness and hunger were perhaps better than a box on the ear althought the box would come later and as he anInstrumentMeanwhile the bride crawled through the cellar window wHhpnt much trou ble but not until she had opened the spigots of the vinegar kind Cider Liar rels upset the soft Soap and smashed the Jar of pickled peaches Whcrt she got out she filled rip the well with the chairs from the house broke nit the table and the rest of tie dishes with an ax nnd as n sort of farewell went around and smashed out every pane of glass In every window Thtn Ishe made a bundle of her trousscan gave the eat a last kick mid departed for her fathers house Jacob came 4p to dinner In due time wondering ff the prisoner would knockiOip the cellar floor end ask forgiveness When he saw the ruin wrought he staggeredv outdoorsandsat dovnoa the grass t6 get his brcjith aid he was fishing for It whim Aunt Sarah Weldou drove past Vlthhcr oil white horse and called out XcSi Jacob Ill go as far as to say hnl piSDvIdcnce w rks In mysterious ways and if them ways ire Jejfky and obbly and full of coUc weve got to grin and uc u1t nail be thankful wc wasnt drowned in the cistern when we Vtls lest UTvbennted 3Ieale When you take up a residence In the whoIare waited upon by the pollee who ask you how many beggars may call at your house every morning aud rotceive a dole Your answer fNrCC t and only the number of beggars men tioned dare show up I had my brother with me at the house and our answers to the police differed somewhat Two weeks after their call a messenger came on ah errand and inquired tor Jones Which Jones5 1 asked j SenorN he riplled I know that there ore two of you the Jpnesyou nldtheem and the Jones I want Is not the first Then as Im theone who said eight beggars m44tt come around you dont want me 4It caijijoc lie It Is the Iwontfeed acus Nt u ofcniJoncs I want t IbrrR he is not In just now Can you leavtjTJurniefiKtise with me f5i senor Tell you him when ho 1tJrh es that If he dontwauttofeeda usaedqneofeni hecangiNtobiMes andbehanged4ohimJt luatliiK For H altbs Snke We all eat more thn we recjuirp arId this dally repeated sj erllultyltuda to jtodgliicss In a prhnltlw state of sucioty mbals woi more lrrv guljr and tiit iinotinL if d tiilllcd more with the fltoit rcqienc In obtaliiiji it Now wp eat loctiUKt A Is n luc tltimc Too many o as eat not by rule but to rtplotloa vhje j rointly allo us oat njraihtitfor Tif un really hungry Lay after iir a little more ii taltcii than Isusetl iul this excess either dis turbs the liter or teases tilt stomach or ircnlatlat lun bypeculcMic blood lead to torpor or KOinetfmen put by out of hiums vay for the iliuc lut much ttthi distress of the ijsitlent hit r onIn tlK form of fat Thus wo never hUt uj uptionuidty of striking u proper liaLMticc between intake asi output unless V4 follow the wise iiinx Inis of the church mid fast once a wcel not mere abstaining nan the inure toothsome delicacies but fasting hon estly oven to cmiitlnoss aud dlseorn tCrtIOIUJOI1 Hof iltaL Out Dnrehtts The liouelioll blesKcJl with noble laughters ought to lie a bapipy one Most parents target turnover to Im hue them with love of mince viiich Is liivlroratliiR niul twJltliful lvu Jiieni not only noWc teiehlugK but noble touchers tilitI nyc tlicut thlleJp whIch alone KotxtriDLs done inorc than nil other liJtxJeueo5 th beii of wild miltl lair natnre YoU uuu hop tize lluii rlpiitljr In liuU clueD diurch foul UUCSH yaH Impel ui In the Mveot tffM whieli the great giver s1rIIoi furth from the LaWI your iiiitlx Intnl Yon cnnnot lead them fnitlinlly to those narrow ax hewn lnr Ittirt whllp tin Jizuro altars jn heaven remain for yon with out InSllhItIOnxIltus liullt jmt fl butt liy tin imkflown Clod Ituskin- i rymes Laid UU wit tjnurreledfor babtIEasily It was trtnsTBro9klyn Life Ilia Firm Belief Willie Pup what la tho difference etveeulirmness and oteJliiacy Father Merely a matter of sex my son CUIcago News A Miraculous FeatUIt secjntd that nothing short of a miraclt could saw my little daiigiiterritom an untimely death saya City iarshall A EL lmofGht okeeKU1 Whcri Jvo years odd she was bit w5fh btomadi ana bowel tOtthlc nd derpite the efforts 1ofi hiphy ans we could proc r grew grhdJaily vjbrjc a was pronounced in curable A i endjdJ j nr T n iI 4 i 14U j rt elfl3Ji lud s sn hcg1tQ Jt1J t ly t1wCQccJ f Sheis now i 4illpus live yrs of age andTlhe veictruf health tts idiby2t3r Iatso t ct otiCvnt3rtiit 1 CHULWIHDSre tie dreaa of those whose lungs aic weakn Some fortunate people ems southwardtandes andthemajority of people tins s impossible IbuSintions hold them fast Weak lungs stfOngby Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery It cures the obstinate stops flamed heals the the co UghffI oq age and restores the lost flesh td the emaciated body M ama railroad agent writes I Staples Esq or OzageCoXmL yenta work urtin a wpnn room and- steantnz Sat Ire air queuUy into the oid gave me broucMOs wiilch became c Ieaeachr air but oiti2ziateiy for toe a dead also aofadvised- me to try Dr Fierce medicines I commenced taking Out Golden Medical Discovery and by the time I had taken the lint bottle Ins bet mycongac haeasitybytheUtt1meritorious jmedicines will oiler the customer a substitute as being n just as good as the Discovery You aMedic1ever pubhithrdftt b1r sending stamps to pay expense of mailing only send ax onecent stamps for book in papei covers or 31 stamps for clpthbotind voK ume to DrRV Picrcc Buffalo N Y 6 CLOCKS OF THE PAST forizeythiloderngiTuedeFretichl eoiescentury It was only used to designate u bell which was struck at certain pe nods of time indicated by the hour SuiulInlH tothcsur11ngtlme t that the long granite pillars which ve call obelisks were used1 by the Egypr ustiansat least for some astronomical obser rations of the iriovcmerit of tile sun Clepsydras or water clocks and sand locks in order The Sow ploftime Iforular Influenced tho talawslull the water runs out faster than when it bs nearly empty Candle clicks 1Indlcatlngtheir t1entlpn is nttributc to Altre1j the Grout but this method is even l more susceptible to error than the pre 1018 ones Jewelers nevleILeA Cant Stand ItgThe leg has Its owii woes to which It falls heir fronithe legaiclcs of exer else Grooms and cavalry officers are Inclined to have bowlegs and to toe In parrot fashion a6 is admlrejd Jn Japan und in Indian land Priests magistrates and all who wear skirts drag their legs in walking Instead or raising themns do soldiers and cor rect pedestrians Dancers of ballet who have worked hard at pointing have nil Internal deviation of tut bones from rectitude known as o ion Scrubwomen who pass much r their lives on their knees have a swelling of the knee Joluts Dentists leg Is a result of overstrain fatigue and prol6nged muscular Contraction Another Instance of muscular trademarks Is found among file cutters They overexert the right hand In their work with the hammer The hand and wrist final ly weaken and shrivel The pressure of the chisel against their thumb stun hivthe growth of that member and bends It backward A Cool Clilneae Thief The cool Impudence of Chinese thieves Is proverbial A writer gives a case In point The courthouse at Singapore boasted very valuable clock suspend ed from the witH directly Opposite the bench Out day during the session ot the supreme court a particularly mct k looking Chinaman entered carrying a laddcrl Hemoving lila hat anti bowing to the bench with Utmost gravity bo proceeded to remove the clock with liiUtlucKsllUo expedition Tucklug the clock umler one arm null the ladder under the other be passed out unchal lenged ccrIOlie Jirescut regarding him as u coolie sent to remove the clock for till purpose of cleaning JL Several days piissed nail the clock not Pfrcdpartment The P W D knew nothing whatever about Ituud neither clock nor coollo was ever heard of again Pata Trouble Pat had Come over to America with the expectation of finding money lying around loose only waiting for someone to pick it up Of course this was long ago flat had soon become thisII lusionized and was IWUYS glad to get hold of odd Jobs wucb would net him keepbodycoming tired of the strugglp ho de I DdusIAfter watching him curiously for a few mluUtes he asked Whats up Pat Wbat are you try Ing to dol Troyiu to choke mesclf av coors was Pats answer Choke yourself You cant do it that way Youll have to put the rope around your neci Sure aril thrlcdj hdt but 1 couldnt Breathe New York Times On Sro Groand A well known I artist overheard a countryman and his wife ridiculing his picture which represerited a far it scene Ho was indignant that heat last Interposed with the runrk That painting li valued at nOOi Allow me to ask It you are fuufcr wlthivork of 1rtr bt very famfilor Vlthurf repil the farmer tbut j know soniQtbl about nature young man When yov make a cow that gets up from t1t ground by putjlng her fore feet fir tI you do something that nature never did London Answers A Deep Tkrmat Miss Kutt I see Miss Gadsby htp iiiewgown acheapIilooklng affair Miss KuttRather Its oft the sami I4ccta yoar aeW one Ohio Stats f JournalJ AE1EAou NEWI THAT WHICH GREW AROUND YORK iff THE VEAR1679- PflreRt37 the XHactoa Fruit WM Hare AbvaOaat Maahattan Iaaa TJkaa Aaytniujr El e Except Bai Barbados Rkmft Books of travel usually contain a vast amount of matter that is unim portant and a good deal that Is untrue besidesl Ii ota little tl rt is uninterest big and the old travelers who wrote about their voyages to New York fur nialibd few exceptlonx to the rule Tantalizing therefore W the diary Ot1 an observer who visited these shores in 11J70 who hada reportorial instinct for the iraportari he true and the In teresting whose Journeys covered the entuHS territory now known as the Qredter New Yort who wrote fully and graphically uf skl he saW and whose observations have all come down to us with the ext ivou ot sole thir ty pages describing New York city at the time of his visit Exactfy that which wonld now be most valuable Is losfbut from wb remains iye can tn a good deal wuut the NeW York those days Jaspar Dankers is the writer whose Impressions of NeW York hare thus been lost to the world and in what s been preserved f his writings the chief thing that tore m its attention up on the reader Is the magnitude of the peach crop in these parts during he ydar of lila visit He was a religious enthusioEt the leader of the Labadlsts sect that flourished briefly on three co ntinents toward tIt close of the sev enteenth century and his voyage com panion was a minister of the same sect a But there is little of this in his diary against o great deal of what they ate jmfl drank and on occasions when they went to the little church In the rt where the custom house is now e fact is mentioned with some apolo es one service being attended in or r to avoW scandal and for other rea ns others booause my com panlonls Is endeavoring to learn the lan griage But on the verY day of tleirJnrr1val In New York Sept 23 JGT9 we begin hear of the eatrMcs and drinkables especially the peax es of pfbnahisand offered us some of tbt fruit of lh e country very fine poaches aDd full grown apples which filled oVr Tiecrsj with thankfulness to Jod This trait wascxceedlngly fair and pOlt and easant to the taste vmch better than that In Holland or i uwher though believe bur long faslng and cnivluo for food made It so greeabli Aftci king a glassof miuhlra wo i rocmi e As we walkid long wo nluIdifferent gardens trees full t apples of various kinds uil so lailrn with peaches and other fruit that cu mth- doubt whether thei Xere more Icavrs or fruit on them hutq nevt r seen lit Europe in the best smews icli au overfiowmg abcudanr Wh ve liii ishcd our tour anc had fjvci our guides severn letttr to drlkw w returned to his fatherinlaw Ui r nlLtl us In the evening Atb injlkv which refreshed us much W haiKso many peaches set before thnt ve were timid about y theii tiou w e experienced L effr fo them fAnd the next dry Sunday tun reo ord opens with this wus surprised ci waking tnwd my comrade had already drcf ed him self and breakfasted upon pro So It went every uy Tc a th end of tiu week they crossed c firry for less than half a cent apletxJ to Long Island where the people made them very welcome sharing with us bountifully whatever they lied whether It was milk elder fruit or to bacco and especial first and most of nil miserable rum which had been rought tram Barbados and ivbhdils railed by the Dutch TillldevU These people are very fond of it and most of them extravagantly so although It IsI cry dear and ban n bad taste Bpt on Long It mil as elsewhere the peaches were as good as the rum wtas bad s It is impossible to tell how many peach trees we passed all laden with Ifrult to breaking down and many ofI ithem actually broken down We come ito a place surrounded with sucb trees from which so uuuiy had fallen oil tthat the ground couhl not be discerned and you could not put your foot down without trampling them and notwitla standing such large quantities bit fallen off the trees still were as toll as they could benrThe bog- sotheranbnalsmostiy aod feed on thfiax The peaches in Harlem were qeplen tlful and still more delicious When they went up to the north end of Man hattan island we find thlaicticc Before we left Harlem we did not tfmlt suppblng oyrselvce wJUjpoflcheaj which grew In an orchard nl nat road The whole ground wu c6vered with them and wltt aijplea lying upon the new grain wlttk which tlieordlnld- was planted Tht aitches wrrt iie most delicious uV A yet eaten But they netsl not have taken tbe precaution mcntiuiuHl for even after crossing Spuyte Uuyvtl they fpund more peaehest1ullr We came to n rod which was ea Urely covered with luacbcs Wo asked the boy wby they left them lie there and did not let thr hogs eat tbepi He answered Wo not know what to do wfth tbemt o are so many The bogs aroBatl t1j with them and will not eat any m From this we may judge of the qj jitlty of themV H H N in New 1 aJc Mall and Express It is a sblf tiess trick to send for a doctor when you have a boll Atchigou Globe OLD FASHIONED What has become of the old ash loned man who dressed tp to serve op the Jury j What has become of the old ash toned woman who thought goth toac- lrcos was sinful ncSpeaking of old fashioned things what has become of the child who minded its mother What has become of the little old sclioolglrlwlose1n114s were so short and stumpy they wore called pigtails What his become of the old fash loned woman who used to say to her children Yeull drive me distracted What has become of the old task ioned jnan who accor mg to the neigh bora could lie as fast as a horse could hon What has become at the oM fMht wMrillcIir robein hlsiwagon t Wb t bias becoatf ttke M ta4 loed wgawn who jwed to My thatiIlittle bird came mad fold her aIIk hea Jf et ipAtcDlon Globe IDontTJDiiibut ucuJar acUon Cj not baecur the1IYSC secretes eQOlh bile to make the unUle I w nuraler andF lIvtr c Chilk F MalarIaf BWouJ R 1MeF trouble W r sptrmaMflCUft 1 PiETY CTXTS ROTTL1 p I 1fA8L4HQ il tt llllArebisIreacPs4btI1e o k ICkiiFt Ii Texaslldirec ormake close I ftaiparts o1Texasci1Iai- nd1udianTerritorY IiIiit a kaiarireaa where crops are ii raiaedandwberep Iepropr write for acopy oroSTvfcandsorae- boolcleu Homes U South weatasdThroughT swilk 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