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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wT7 r Tw t L i tt THE t NEWSLEADER f f 1lit 1 t J l te f J f k I i tI c tI lJ fr t 7 u Swfei Vol IX No 39 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OOUNTYi KENTUCKY OCTOBER 2 1902 r 4f 1 iiligdf fr Iuth s 4UGJIELD eeaaty seat of ctj S IUM8Oldk 5llt 5 6k from 1 j w4 tQWH Wm ch pi 1 LultirMit aad XaAhrUlc- railroad in a fiMX a4 MtkaiUwral district T1Tipaih I Weenpk PAd teIekoneS TaiCmfriM ee uls18If1berjwAjp lti 1100 pojmlation of jimrtylMM IJSiiuUtitiTg ia Ctagrets Hon D JL JdavUkXy titatl 1Keatiickt LeKis G DeytuS- Rtat1Ye t hi State 8e atHoa t4LPcyr piIsI11ey tt 1 DI KtT 1It r Ilr cmcUIr COTIS lIt C1kiteil the loarth Ji rflI Ii1k a t Octo J tIz tagjr x osea1 i 4 IT seltlt ovil Te A Medley4 Master ComH1ia J r QUARTER14YCOURT 9dIY oart iii lit4 l lJl ttiidnl4 lay IN tack month JSII I J J1ll COUNTY COURT CaaatyCoart meets joa4the fourth 4 dya tack ith 1 f j ILitseyJi4gett Jle k r CAaty erc4 t TiSJilye1 County Attorney G eCatlett Jailer i Byre Creake Sheriff b bXICkLrd lafaae SidhMy Osborae 1 1 RHAlillican Deputies 44aa J James F Moore County Surveyor IIJI Royalty Assessor t p OBryin Deputy i ebrtNoeTeasurer tf 11 1Jf J M M iierl Coroner 4 tITYCOURT- Jzii1LMoe l Police dgcri 4 John Grace Marshal W D 5laybrookii City Attorney t JUSTICE COUXT 4 Jiwtke Courts are held iii January hipJatta4Octoberr f CkiiicH DIrctlpI 1BAFIIST CHURCH np Swope Pattor Ser i AIidyatw1I aflaad 730 P mt S 84ay School at 8raycrcKtttiicWWedaeft y Bight at 730 IIKTBODIST CHURCH T IP Stiiw Pastor Services tPittlta 5Third Suudaysln each a tii atll a 0 and 7 30 p m Sun 4iyifcfceiia every Sunday at 10 am 4 j rrItIRg every Wedsesday r s t1ILIC CUURCR i oruF HeaaessaT Pastor 8eroE vk4rySaHday attd and 10 oc1ocks aSjjE 8 nric iiatSt Rose samehours f yiV CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev tF Lloyd Pastor Services i ad fourth Sanday in ucbIj r tv4 PXISBTTtAWOHURCH ai tsvr G A8trieilUUltlj torttI PNhaCJ veey Sadyat 11aL- c 1r4aehool every iqrat W a w Prayer meetIng jiwrrbuu 1Bc jtt 7 oclock r 4 tctt ft iasl Orders dgeJJLaoucIocSpeingtIeid 0 7f JU iSjaij eti sciijj1rMouday in eacht iittifjj I V Wwtt M 1t O Chapter No 57 eetBCr ry third Monday i geIdCenncU No 2 meets onJ iAI JewtklHdaYIctKioclns ofTHB CARK Meets j frstwednsy Js each month MN TIME TABLE f I141i ii Trails c2 r 0 IPIL II rIw4wArpr1sgaeIdLv5al2ow1lI 18 W Bonkr 47147j t illiiffCNaIIeInjnW i w 41S21S 11 W Bwljr Ttoes 13 3 S5 Jl KJUtiwa I SJ55 M JairMk 888806 I t 413n- 4it Wt t tIiIe 1443W Uc 86 t BsMt CM415 t aeat1 74 80 tJont 71 50 0 i h Tiil 7 J irikvJi ic2SJf 7S7 0WW k 731 I 911 15M i I 4vLvvlUAr4New11IP iI 1 1tbjJIk1 davery much on the iJ1 etII Jhkla1l1 IiMfs bot IitMe tpc a it qL il = aM Hf Myr iM1 lcWI k ujy beJtkI = Price JO cfo C wiNW N ii 1t 111 R lluND Or TAILIiRIJI t1g gg g JMM MMMg MM i Mary And Me The antosiobile asheiy j1 t AJaunti1yaakinbebidJ d enough FU5M iry Jiiae an nie Fur I kIn drlye with jes one hand An Mary wpnt complain A hoes an baggy fills the bib Far me and Mary Jane Therre building wireless telegraphs Fur use across the oea I doatbellave theyll be much good To Mary Jane an me Id rather wbtoperln her ear A walking down the llane Tb ae new Inventions aint mash as To me an Mary Jane JGIftotric lights te bein hung J From chandalierandtree- TbeydoB t1111nyloogfe f want nrMryJanean ing Fur ae wB strolled In years gone by JTheenough Fur me an Mary Jane Washington Star HE STATE 5AmrKeu m twclcys State Pair which yas held in Louisville last week was i largely attended by Wash ington county people and all enjoyed the exhibition In point of attendance the fair was a decided success and the fact hat the pebple of the State will turn out fOr the event gives assurance that tbe State Fair win be a flnancial success and a regular annuali occasion for the exhibition of fine live stock and products of Kentucky soil As compared with last year the 1902 fair was an improvement in some respects while in others it was not Some classes of live stock were better represented last year than this owing to better premiums being offered in those classes The exhibits this year however included a greater vaiiety and probably the aggregate amount of the premiums wa much llarger An encouraging feature was tt e in teresf shown by visitors from a1 arts of the State This inters and the larg attendance wu doubtless due to the liberal and intelligent advertising done by the management and the prates and inducements offered by the railroads They do say that the amount spent in advertising the fair waS a neat um but the results show that it was a paying investment After year or two of success the State Fair should become a per manent attraction that will need very little advertising and it will provided the character of the exhibits are kept up to the high standard already set A TTV S TO LOUISVILLE A good JK deal of discussion has been indulged in pro and con as to the advantages of having Louis ille as a place for holding the State Fair There is one thing that may as well be set down in he beginning when making cal lations about Louisville and that ia the Louisville people can not be figured on as factor in at alrulethe champion bull nor the prize hog nor the gig mtic pumpkin andthey simply will npt turnout tpsee such attritions It has been argtjeattmtsoJong as Louis yule peopledo not attend why not have the fair at Lexington or Owensbor or some other town where the people do care and will attend Louisville how ever has advantages that will probably offset the shortcomings O3rpeopIe in not lending their presence to the exhibition In the first place the businessmen and the corporation want the people from the country Jo come in for obvious reasons and they ire willing and do offer material inducements Ho that end inhe way of a guarantee fund for each fair Louisville too is the most accessable point in the tate and of course is belter jrJBparedto accommodate the crowds who at ftendAs the State Fair becomes ore an mQrfta great annual ventof importance there will likely be other towns to bid fort but it is not likely that Louisi Vill wiil belleit when lit comes jto a matter of dollars and cehte la the way of inducements j fiSTAXBlSttQIiwllrs i 1 is Iociddly- on i the advance and losap jpear toibe in demand j twithI standing the fact that new housesj are being built right along sPheac that property cJqntinusTtoadvanceinthiscom raunity must be a surprise to the local pessimistswbo a short time ago were predicting alt kindsof disasters and declines Jni values as soon as the recent school tax iwasYoted The fact is the pros pect of getting a graded school at this place is one of the chief causes for the advance in real estate We lave as yet heard no one moving out of the district oh account ofthe tubuden oLtaxation but on the contrary new families are seeking homes here that they may receive the advantages of the town the prospect of tffgo6dschojpl includ ed aud not among the least Of these VCE FACTORY There has been some talk among local business men about organizing with local capital Or inducing some one outsidewith botb capital and experience in suh mat ters to build an ice factory in Springfield Some ialculations have beeh made audit has beer demonstrated that such a manu factory could be built and operated here at comparittvely mall expenseTho calculation has been made to operate it in con nection with the electric light and water plant The chief expenses of an ice plant are tho water ard the steam power The water from the waterworks resevoir could be used and by in creasing the capacity of the same strew power can be utilized for both plants A smllice plant to supply the local demand and a few neighboring towns would without doubt be a paying insti tution for the promoters as well pron aicrrot1 thing for the t h11 IIiU c t4 CT ALES The sale season is on and the usual number of sales of stock farming iaple ments and soforth is announced by our farmer friends These periodical sales are general y brought about because of changes in ownership of farms and the consequent moving of the occupants to other localities but a good many farmers have adopted the plan of having a public sale occasionally simply to sell off surplus stock and to turn in to money articles that would not otherwise be utilized The public sale is a good thing in other ways It establishes a market value of live stock and products and frequentlvaffords a farmer chance to buy something he really needs at a bargain LECTION The November Jt election iin this county and in nearly all of the counties of the state this year promises to be a very small affair There is only one office to be voted in this countythat of congressman forthe Fourth district and Dave Smith the present Democratic repre senlative is the only candidate The same form of balloting and other red tape of a regular alec tion will have to bo gone through with hower the same as if there were a dozep officers to be elected WANTED Wwould like to ask through tLecolutius uf your paper If there is a iy person who nits used Greon August Flower for tne cure of Indigestion Dyspep 1notl mfan tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of fojdll neryousljyspepsia any trouble connected with II eI stomach or liver This medi doe has been sold for years in all civlllved countries andwe Isendl of cost If you never tried A ug flrstWefailing Is so something more youAsk1 d iIiisI Was He a Giant In Holy Writ we are told that there were giants in those days Just what country they inhabi ted we do not know nor do e know when they became extinct but that they did flourish in some countries in the dim past has been established by abundant proof Some Of these giants evidently found their way to Kentucky and died here but how many centuries ago is hard to determine Sheriff W E Cummings exhibited to us Wednesday the lower jawbone of a human being who must have been of extraordinary size The jawbone was recently sent to hun by lion Chas A Nelson from Eddyville It was unearth ed there by the workmen while quarritfg rock for a new cell house for the Eddyville peniten tiary and was found tventyo e feet below the surface of the earth How many long centuries it has remained there who can tell Trees with a diameter of three feet were growing on the ground above it The bone is very large and will slip over the jawbone of the largest map who can be foundin this county Some seem to think it belonged to an Indian Chief of huge statute or to some giant whb lived moved and had his being in some prehistoric age The relic is in a splendid state of preservation and all the teeth with the exception of the four front ones are perfectly soun4 Mr Cummings also exhibied to us q specimen of pottery taken from where the jaw bone was founds made by prehistoric people the making of hich now is a lost art Grason Gazette Goes Like Hot Gaits Tut lustcst pelhuir amcle I have iI my sLore1wri e druggist T Smith of Davis K i Dr Kinds NewDiscovery for Conurn ption Coughs und Colds hec usi It urw ysclrefn my six YIfS or sales iit never hUB tailed have known it to save suffer from Throat and Lung disease who could get no help f om docnrs or any otner remedy M nets rely on it best phvaiciP ans prescribe it and CJ Haydon rug store gnarrntee satisfaction or refund price Trial bottles free Rex sizpf50c and 1 fcZeiTtaes IIt Mr Owen Dnnn of Benton Ferry W Va ttritea I have had kidnertrouble for years and iit became so bad I had to get np at least a dozen times 4 a night I never received any pcrmanca benefit from any medicine until JMgied FoLeys Kiduey Care After twfT ot ties I am cured Sold by C Haydon No danger of consumption if yon use Folcys Honey aud Tar to cure that stubborn cough Sold by Haydon Indian Point In cutting and removing 700 cedar posts from an almost in accessible cliff perhaps 500 feet high Mr M B Yocom former ly of Kirkwood has done what few men would dare attempt and in doing so has invaded one of the most picturesque and interesting spots jqJbhQ State Pho site is Indian Point in Ander son county and in one of ihe wildest cliff regions along Ken tucky river It lies in a point between Gilbert and Claylick Cree sand as its slope faces the East is a traditional camping ground of the Red Man In fact on its most rugged peak at the very edge of a towering preci pice hundreds of feet above a winding valley and safe from a attack on almost all sides have for years lain the remains of ai stone wall or breast works be hind which the Indians fought prefbistorichave taken refuge when close pressed by their enemies It iia certain that this rude fort has weathered the storms and changes of more than a centuryJ since the white pioneers made tQIYears ago so Mr Yocom tells us a rumor gained credencetbati Ia wealth of gold layed burled near the fortification and although several blasts were Shot in an effort to locate the treasure no trace of it was ever found Finally the Point was leftto the wilds of nature until Mri Yocomhi upon the plan of buying ihe cedar trees theoafld trimming them intoi poets and then after dragging them to the edge of cliff plunging them over into the valley from wbich they are easily hauled It is a tremendous fall and nil interest ing sight to watch the timbers as they roll and plunge over and- over often tearing up small trees in their downward flight Harrodsburg Democrat Out of Deaths Ins when death seemed very near from a severe souiach ana liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham NC DrJIngs New Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect beaUb Best pills on earth and only 25c at C J Hayd on s drug store set tfwe tkM 1055 W W Baker of Plainview Neb says My vr ife suffered from mug trouble for fifteen years She tried a number efidoetors and spent over 1000 without selief She became very km and lost all hopo A friend recommended Foley Honey and Tar aud thanks to this great remedy it sayed her life She eujojs better health thau she has known in ten years Refuse substitu tea For sale by Haydon Commencing Sept and daily there after until October 31 1902 the Wisconsin Central Ry will sell Settlers tickets from Chicago to points in Moo tans Idabo Oregon Washington and British Columbia at greatly redpced rates For detailed Information in quire of nearest ticket agent or ad dress T D Campbell D P A 218Pike Building Cincinnati 0 or Jan 0 Pond Gen Pawanger Agent MI wauke Vila Operated On sunday Surgeons perlormed a second operation on the President cut ting into the small cavity in his leg and exposing the bone which was found to be slightly affected The operation was performed by LungDrYork specialist was called in for consultation It iis said that astoit is believed that the operation will hasten his complete recovery TIle worst fora Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol the new dicoyery which is making so many sick pecpie well and strong by digesting what they eat by transforming their foods into rich red blood that makas you feel good allover Mrs Cronfill of Troy L T says For a number of years was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which TeM into worse form Finally I was uduced to nyc Kodoll and after nseing four bottlcs I am cnred I heartily recommend Kodol to sufferers from in digestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after each meal It digests what you eat UJ Haydon Opposed to Primary Taking due notice whence came the kicks against its arti qlea touching a primary The Glasgow Times is in no wise constrained to expunge from the record its recent observation that those opposed ton demo cratic state primary are Politicians with grievance who hope to find their opportu nity for revenge in the skulldug gary of a convention Politicians with aspirations who are weak before the people butstrong in convention methods Politicians posing as lightning rods and dark horses Politicians with slates in their pockets Politicians who run for one Office and divide it or trade it for another in convention Politicians who will be out of called business whenever a primary is A very small minority that is honestly and conscientiously op pcsed to a Glasgow IJimes Tough4I tiitl of Aver Cbtrrr Pectartl and mfrtftn4tey thttfef tlldl M w tke luus k never distp relata J EarlyFlaky IrdafesvO AyersCheriy Pcctor1 won t cure rheumatism we never said it would dyspepsiaVe It will cure coughs1 and colds of all kinds We first said this 9yer ago since weve SixtyyearsII Tkm turtle mr9LJM tmsjili gdk I I pSSa tetek etft ast s ies I AI I t UNCLE JIMMIE Celebrated Ills 104th HrtMa Recently Large Crowd Presentt jMr James Culver who resides on the Beech Fork river is the oldest man fn Nelsoncounty and protiably in Kentucky Uncle Jimmy as be is familiarly call ed recently celebrated his 104th birthday and many of his numer Otis descendants were with Him on this interesting occasiout Mr Culver has dwelt in the same locality all his life nnd notwithstanding his great age is inI full possession of all his faculties as well as the most perfect health His physical strength is something marvellous and he is still able to perform a very good days work He is very active and aside from his silvery hair he givfs no indication of his great age Mr Culver or Uncle Jimmy is a descendant of a family well known In the anals ofKentuckys ea lv history many of them be ing distinguished as scouts and Indian fighters Uncle Jimmies father fought m the Revolutionary war and when peace was de clared cama to this state ani as sisted in erecting Lyons Fort one of the earliest strongholds of the dark and bloody ground Here he remained with his fam ily for a short time wheq he built for himself an ndependent dwelling in close proximity to the fort In this log cabin Uncle Jimmy was born and has resided on the same spot ever since For year after Un le Jimmie birth this section was overrun with Indians and he can relate many interesting stories of thril ling adventures that happened in those days Not far from Mr Culvers residence is a locality fcnown as Pine Lick This plaice possesses many wild and picturesque features and has a wide reputation It is an old deerlick and here the pioneer hunters would repair to secure their supply of venison O one occasion at this place Uncle Jimmy witnessed a terrible tight between one Gilkey and a tre cD erous Indian who had professed friendship for the whites In the struggle Gilkey entirely severed the head from his adversary which was afterwards placed fid the forks of a tree near the Lick The treeis still standing and the locality surrounding it is known as Indian Head Near the Culver home was the distil lery of John Ritchie who was the original discoverer of the sour mash method of making whiskey UncleJimmy as a lad was a requent visitor at the distillery and was always treated to a toddy Ritchie quit the making of whiskey in 1816 In antebalium days Uncle Jimmy officiated in the capa city of what was known as patrol riding over a large scope of terri tory The duties of this sing ular official was to visit in turu the plantations of slave holding farmersand sec that none of the negroes went out on foraging expeditions If a patrol chanced to discover a slave abroad after dark without a permit from his master ho was strung up by the thumbs and a stipulated number of lashes inflicted upon nis bareback and he was taken bak home a sadder if wiser man Mr Culver has been twice ar ned His sdcond wife is still living a comparatively young woman Tfie old gentleman has Qver to hundred descendents scattered over different parts of the county One of his sons JohnCulver cast his first vote for James Buchanan for president l Uncle Jimmy has now1living three brothers and two sisters all over seventy five years cld and in full enjoyment of health and reason In point of health the Culver family is almost with- Out parallel none off them ever having seriously Ul duriag t their log lives Uncle Jinamies ey sijihtis unimpaired arid he gives himself without the aiCpf a mirror a close sbavia cn e klbe task is so well per- fOimedIt might be envied b l a professional ton serial ai list UncleJiraHDyiJs one of the most remarkable characters inI Kentucky apd his name and pe culirttirt familiar through Out the staten lie is wctiioM I IMzMakes the food more 4 1 l 4 hale and hearty and bids fair to liye to Celebrate a number vof birthdays yet Bardstown Stan dard Americas Futons Beauties Look with horror on skin Erouptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dunt have them nor will anyone who useBnck line Arnica Salve it fglprifies the face Eczema or salt Rheaoi vanish before it It cures spfe lips chapped hands ciiblaips Intalable for Piles 25cents at CJtiaydons brug store NatJKal AnJetv Mothers regard approach log winter with uneasiness children take cold so asUyNo disease COAts more little lives than croup Its attack is so snd den that the sufferer it often beyond human aid before the doctor arriv si Such cases yield readily to One gin nteCough Cure LiquiCts the mucus allays inOamatiotl removes danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis throat and lung troubles P S Mahoa Hampshire writes A bad cold rca dered nIl voiceless just before an or torical contest T intended to with diaw but tookOne Minute Cough cure It restored mir voice iu time tooin them dal OJ Hayden Beware efOlHlHCBtTer Catirrh cent alBlaft Mtrebrr As mercury will Burolydestro7 the sense of emtll and comvIetetyderaugojh whole system when ente lug it qjrongb the muccas ourfaces0 Such acticlcs shoold never be ned slrjept on prescriptions of repntable pa7 IcLtBs as the damage they will loa tenfold to the good you tan pcs sibly derive from them HallB Catarrh Cure man aotnred by FJ Ghenep C of Toledo Q contains no mercury and Is taken internally rctlng dioectly on the bloddand mucpnt sertoces of the item In buyine Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genninu Itis taken Tuhrnally- nd made in Toledo O by F I Cheney Co Testimjmiala free Bold by druggists Price 75 centsu bottle HaIls Family Pills arethe best Never ask adVlee i When you bay ea cough or cold don ask what is good for it and get some medicine with little or nq merit and perhaps dangerous Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar the greatet throat and lung remedy it cures cough and colds quickly Lebanon Locals From t he Enterprise A shooting affray occured on Main street i near Mackin and Browns livery stable Sunday af ternoon between Pres Craven and J Miller Thompson both of this city It is claimed that the trouble had its origin in some re marks that the latter made of the former s father Graven asked Thompson if he had made the remarks This question was followed by sharp bitter wordsX Craven drew a pistol which was seized by Thompson and a strug gle ensued In the contest the pistol was tifitd without injury to either man The parties to the trouble were separated by by slanders Next morning at tIle instance of friends the deplbr able affair was fixed up between tbe two men who forgave each other and shpok hands Oscar Blair of Chicago was arrested Saturday evening by a Federal officer charged with breaking into the warehouse of Mrs Blair his mother and was brought to Lebanon Sunday where be was until brought before Gonimissipa er Bolderick and tried Commis soner Bildevicif decided fterJ hearing the evidence for and against that the prisoner was irresponsible for his act ncr l eased him For some time itIwas shown Mr Blair had been suffering from mental trouble caused by an abcess near the brain and for whiclr not long ago he had undergone a dangerous Surgical operation Hismany friends deplore the unfortunate trouble He is a brother of Dep uty Sheriff Nan Blair whocawe to Lebanon with hiq We have seen the fraill infant when the faint struggle for extst t naSstrong by the itself Whitens Griea yermlfuge Price 2S cemtaatCJ i HaydOas H Fols HOney a 4Tarr oWC and iirevealB i1lt U hiIIlab titute Foc lebrH I i t BAKINO NIwdeIiciottSMdIOl 1 placedsnlerg- uard Mondavjjbenhe- was nOeseEe- da1dioitesidedxeusttcatedand Dont Monk y tlLaw elS1 Attorney JrF VawAradai was in Lexington T4t iay ak ing depositions in tW VaW Q Hester Lfliard etc- H agaiaittJvc tDeans administrator jiIothers on the qnestion otfeesto be allowed the attorneys iin tHcase Mr Dauatbrl eit1 t- which occured in Januarj pBf was worth fBOjOOO S5xtior ueys representing fheh irU1the administrator were Itowtd by Judge Saufly 3500 forth ir services Some oi the heirir W lievfng the fees were exceiiifti employed a Nicholas ville lawyer tospt aside the jjudgesient aad on the filing of the petitKWite that purpose the attorneys cons sented that the judgement pight be set uside which was done aitd v the case was referred to the Mit ter commissioner to hear proof as to the value of theiriMrripM The proof tbus far shbw8lthat the services of ithe attornya v gaged instje case wera reiiOjR ably worth from IpOOO1 to6 OThe witnesses sofar takenbliitr side of the tfitorneys employe in the case are Judge JerryB Morton and JOhn T Shelby ot Lexington au4 C R McDowell of Danville The depositionsi i of epnttYounand Alec ffum phrey and Others of Ldiivlll willbe taketr by Mr Gaittief is J morrow The old mails wiaalflfc has been in litigation ever si oe his death and it the chairs don t look out they will get al1 t1 hldflaid but thp egg Harrodsburf Herald HlsLf 1iYitf II just seemed IQ have gone airto plpccs writes Alfredfit of Welfare Texas billiousMCC and a lame back had saade life a burdent J couldnt eat or sleep anflItelt almost too worm ottt to work when I began totsEIctrid Bitters but they work wonders Now 1 sleep like attop can eat anytnmg baYs IfatMd in strength and enjoy jhard wok They give vigorous heltlia inew life tto woak sIckly nil down people Trf iheWi Osly- 5Qcefltsat C JETayd9n drag store iSr t 161wa4 Isa1way a source ofdanger dyt tr y and bowel trouble folloir its it Every person should hayeabtIk sf Paink ifer Perry Davis wMckjJwHt quickly cure these dtetressiag aUaMwi Be carefull and see ihatj atrelep er does not Paw off some MWthkia bstitqteon you a is sowetiaM coni for tfie sake of a few cents extrpcef liafgc bottles 25 aadjSO iceats j hItcr fill CtNI Fall coldJ ere liable to has jr 4MJdi winter leaving the Seeds of bfOKchitic consumption aDdpctlJOafa I Jey Honejrand Tar cum quickly as4 pre vents serious results it is oiaW reliable tried and tested sftfcaMlMirc contains no opiates aad will notcon Btipate For sale by eti V Corn buskersspnhejwrll i wire cats burns bmle seysie icrationsand external injariet 4L say kind are happUy cared bjr apftjlaff Batlards Stliit PrieL aad SOcfepts tlIiii FIHm for Sale oaaianff Tie 2 5aetiaonehalf mile from itdIagood turnpike rod wall Ii story brick house jilltt fair ife4 rooms two bUs awjflajr tliitgood new bars aid otiwr MH building About 60 aert ef ttmlrtt with about oOiLtot good white oefe P1V good spring wIt Jito etM about 20acras liAEIilIknds offriiin uwi wbIth bearing This Is et Isss4 graiL aIfOCk air D borhood Ktiuft for- goIng ttoOktoioiiia Frtoi fam ere oavjoi bs tiPolI6 4t BnllCtov r1i l haaaa iss tiaente the dlg k ths sjolcocISjM4Iitl 2-Ia w1rt w f oa IIpIitce5- Oceatll t t ci T i ii r7 T NWSLAJRi SVUD zyzy lKUMDAY if SI A YJEAJ IN ADVANCE IfKINGPiELD KY e iy f L LDAISON Jr- i fl Ii1i JbHK A3 Fusuwo fl m Ueatior to MM MtioM 10 esvtojpr J ubieqnttawtUe poUlkjalraattwCfoTe1wprk tIt E at IOWTai bait cash MW43 pdode1tvezy of goods r I rrnrR 0 9 Ilbita1 j r IIi rlHd riteolttlons of respect 3 r tMMperll it Mriso 413MgPslI t i4yOim J 500 DfMioIr e lfJ THURSbAY OCTOBER 2 1Q2- L For Crcft Clerk 1 W are aatboriied to announce the aMof1 C F JlOSLEY t Is afed dMate for the office of Clerk of tte Waifclofton Circuit Court 1tto the action of the Demo i cra4 party The Blerget of the L N mlroftd whieh has been talked pf for iso Ions has been officially announced and the details with euough figures to make a poor igng headswim as givenby the pres ditpatches are as follows JTEV Morgan Co will exercise I th irpptipon tiJll the 206000 shares of the tajkes syndicate paying i50e This stock cost the Wes tenters shout 143 JP Morgan k Go will turn this block and JOOjOOO shares additional over to a iyidicate wHch is to provide 45900000 for the purchase Thsynthcatam turn 1S to llI thei306000 shares to the Atlan ticS Coast Liae Company forI 10600000ca ltand 35OOOaOO lnf our percent fifty year colI latteral trust bonds secured by t Q6900 shares of Louisville Ad4Nashville and 5000000 of AtlantlcCoast Line Stock Mor c gmnis to retain 1000000 as his commission for Crryi through tnerdeal I President Roosevelt has je come iinterested in an endea pr tput an end to the great boal strike which is threatening the it i pjosper ty of the whole country andhas had several conferences iritfeinembersofhis cabinet on tha subject Itis a shame that Smel W cannot t e found to au- thorizeFederal Jnterferencj to putan end to these labor troubles t Uiat carvbnt result in hardships and disasteflq all concerned Argument in the Caieb Powers k case is being heard by the Court 9f Ayel sat Frankfort Cdl JOc Campbell arjguecT for sus taining tje judgment ofl the lower court while Judge J B Morton appeals for a reversal fOK his client The Scotb cucuit court seutencedPoverd for life mprisphmenb for complicity1 in the Goebel murder dJ As has been evident from the 1 jppaning bf the campaign1 Char 1ieMe herd had his opponents all beaten BO baaly for tho Demo cratic nomination for Ruilroad Qomm siorrtbatnot one of tbemSvent the jentirc route and only qneMr Croqket had the theliardihood to last until the V c sHomeThe Louisvilla horse Show which isr the oCcnsiOnTtOr Louis vvilld socfety people to turn out cr drsparade tid incithritzdly I oadifre a few b6btttiled JP openedTuasday night to a1argecrOwc September wheat Tuesday in Chicago jjmmped 7f cents over iMoodays price and closed at e 95jSBktf the highest price since the iteraealinlB6A IrwckMc fir 21 yer i iMrs Miner jra Smith of Danville IM writesr I had bronchitis for 28 ryaars aad Jtcle got relief jaiaUli II jTweiFbley Hooey and Tar itl is a ere care Contalas uo opiates Sold 7 a cA stiteiUa time saves niae audi f aiirdaMerekouiedi lyrnp afcsee fc WiaaiBtf of a cold wilt save y iirtary boors and eYe days oJ isaaand baraaiICOWgk PriCe I4j6jRydo4 u mla Mysist J g HIil H HiUi ii i5iimn tf mwro 6W WOO mmnw k News From2 The County ttt- j 0 i nsppit4ttWCsaity I Ji 1IJ rtas Reported by out Correspondents I II IJII S4 e4MWMMMMMM M tlnD ItIGtUOWNf t1 Mrs Sallie Corbett is very ill AfJhJ writing IMissCatherinjsModaMss y f occisttended c1ichjere on- Sinday t YMrs George ciemeDts of Spring field spenSundayWitbther parents et v34ie Mrs Dr Molntire returned home from Louisville the iatter part of last week Rev Father Volfz of St Rose dx liveiedan elegant sermon at Hoy Trinity Suuday Little Miss Alma tambron of Blincoe will while away pleasant hours witH friends here Our sbhbpl is progressing nicely under the good mana mentofProfTbompson Misses Edna and Annie Edelen gave a deligbtfuii social Saturday night Those present reported a good time- MissEdna Ed len and Miss PfudieNally students of St Cath erines spent Saturday aid Sun day at home Very Rev Father Buckman formerly pastor here but now of New Haven was with us the first of the week MrJF Osborne of Loogobtee Ind and son Harry of Bedford returned home after a pleasant Visit with the family of W HOs borne I Home Iorev r made unhappy by the Angel of Death On Tuesday ept2aAgne9 the littledaughter of Mr and Mrs T E Mudd took her departureJ for the bright r alms above This cherished little lilytoLly budded on earth to bloom in heayen Misses Annie and Rose Os borne delightfully entertained at their home on Tuesday even ing ofJlast week quite a number of their friends Among those present was Harry Osborne of Bedford Ind in whose honor the reception was due At 9wO they were invited to the dining room beautifully decorated with Autumn leaves and fresh cut flowers where refreshments were serve J if GartwriglUs Greek s rTbtn Wheatley sold his farm to Ben Gates for 715 Some young ladies paid Mr Matt Mocka flying visit Monday Toe MJsses Medey entertained some dtl their friends Monday in a luvelv manner Born to the wife of Tom Sirams on the 23rd of September a boy Robert Clements Simms Misses Belle and Jessie Car rico and Carrie Smith spent Suu daJ with Nora and Julia Smith Mr Silvester Smith kihoda rabid dog Sunday after a hard anyihinthingMr aurt Mrs Bud Badgeie came home Saturday from Louis vlUe where they had beon visit ih g Mentis and relatives Tom Wheatley was out with his best Kirlin his new rubber tire buggy Sunday evening Look Out girls Tom means business Mr and Mrs Bart Mattingly and Mr JohdTMcClain and wife also Mrs Minnie Mattingly spent Sunday with Walter Smith and wifeThe banns of matrimony were published Sunday fur the first time between Smith Carrico and at1StFalham Sprlngsi Emily Parrot has moved heir B rdstown Robert BrojYn is contemplating lgoing west Meril Pinkston bought a horse from Richard Pinks on for 55 Abraham Kay sold his farm fNan Scrqgham for 1600 ToSacco was damaged consid erablo through this sec iol1by liouseburning George Hendrlx was in Louis yule last week John Scott pur chs d a cow from Caleb Goffr tdrS30 Rjbbart Good let sold his farm to Joseph Durr forlQ peraero aad bought of MenU Weta farm for 11200V dO Foitirt and Rufus Foster rented Sohm Colliuss larm 91O1Cl j MerjlJPjpkston isoMjcoiw to William TerreTffor 357 Richardt Pinks oo sold acowHV same party for 3Q James Smock of JBatli afidH fMiss Lucv Curtsintftr were of1thely swapped horses last week There was 5 in volved and a dash board kicked pff to bootIThe two yearold hi1of Mr and Mrs William Smith died of scarlett fpve Sept 26 The re mains were Interred in Rnck bridge cemetery jams Goo sold a cow to John Dents for 36 ard also sold his tobacco Crop to W M Omlter li1i1ywillin Hillsboro Willie Leachrean bought a sow and 8 pius from Mrs CUak for 34 John Shewmaker and wife visited their daughter Mrs Nan nie Settles Sunday Bill Cleaver of Springfieldand Ifa Gillispie of Lebanon were in our midst Sunday Mrs Con Wilson and Mary Thompson of LUsey were lit J S Leachmans Wednesday Mrs Mary Clark bought a farm of Mrs Anne Burton of Willisburg price unknowne Richard Shewmaker andwIfe o Botland were the guess of James Settles and wife Sunday Mrs Annie Brewer of Fairfield isspending the week with her daughter Mrs Julia Lcachuun Miss Katie Ballard a charm ing young lady of Pleasant Grove attended church here on SundayMrs j Jat Brewer of Fairfield and Mrs John Leachman of this place are visiting Mrs Bertha Millerof Danville MOORESVILLE Mr Ham Moore sold a horse to Arthur MOore for 40 Miss Pearl Lynch is visiting friends in Louisville this weel Corn cutting and sorghum making is the order of the day Mr Will Payne uud w fe spent a few days in Lebanon tiis week Mr Richard Smith of New Haven hus removed to Uooker John Gribbens hits bought a farm Jor 300i and w II move here SOOti Mrs Carrie Campbell of Spring field is visiting Mrs Josic St s his week Mis Flora Wall still uoiniuuts thp charming guest of Miss Uha sey Meuur in LoUIS liU Mr laude Saylor uf Louis yule spe tSutardav find Sunday suh Miss Ljuise SeiiUv Ululland Hurdesty hsre urned frtiiif louisvillM vlnnfa ho StlL a elC with his bridiers Moortrilo and Aillisbuii will play t mulch illnn off viv bal ul this laue Saturday wven tIing CBur cr Scruggs tuid fe Mr A ill Baker uiid wifOr Willis burg visited at Mr 1 N Synchs Sunday Jus Kceland has sold his farm purjchasedShields Price unknown IJeff Settles sold ttwo hogsheads of tobacco last Wednesday in Louisville and far one he gut 18 75 per 100 and fqr tho other 3 per 100 FENWItifr Dr RM Baxter was in our village Sundayr Will Harmon is visiting rein Lives in Boyle counts W F Logsdon of Lakaianti is visiting his family here Miss Ella Adams ha returned home from Hopkinsville Mrs Billia Smith spent last eek withMrseJMSmjth r Mr and MrsJ N Cull visited her sister Mrs DeoNoe1Sun dart i i V Ji N CollwllSiri Louisvilla Wednesday oniiSrqt s Jfi Misies MargVrt ndBertha Yasta were TnCprSiifa villa last week i Mr G T Ldgsdb i sld to T J Nalty alarm oflO acres To i r J f 11Q fBorh to thfjwifeof J E Adams pu the 27td a gi11Elizabeth t Mildred 7 Miss Jennie Logsdon visited Mis5 Ida Haydpn Saturday rdJ Sunday Mrs Martin Hill has returned to Louisville after a visit to relal t yes here Adams and Herbert IWalter were in Lebanon Sunday and Monday Our home boys payed a game of ball with Ti 1c Creek boys on Saturday Sore stood 14 to 9 infavo of our ovs ROme runs were made by Joe Smith Will and Jim Harmon our home boys i HOI FROM THE FRONT A War Correspondent and His Story of n Great Rvont Neivssatbcrlng not fighting Is tho trade of the war correspondent But It is news at any personal cost find a fine unpremeditated heroism often goes with the gathering of IL One mornlnp after the siege of Paris whin the city was believed In London to lit still in the hands of the com mune Sir John Ilobiuson manager Of thp Daily News of London reached his office to find the lute Archibald Forbes lying on the floor asleep his head on a postofOce directory while the printers were hard at work on his manuscript the story of Paris In Flames a mot vivid description of the last day of the commune Forbes had telegraphed from Dover Announcing his cowing saul Sir John Robinson the printers had been wait ing and thus the country heard of those terrible days for the firSt time London was ablaze with excite went Bouverle street was Impassable through the newsboys shrieking for copies and In parliament Mr Glad stone was questioned that afternoon and could only say he hoped the story was eynpgented When Forbes wakened from his slumber amid all this turmoil what a spectacle he was JIls face was black with powder his eyes red and in flamed his clothes matted with clay and dust he was a dreadful picture He had been compelled to asslsf the communists In defend a triangular space upon which thn v detachments of the Versailles troo1 were Oring and had actually tail t the citizens how to build a barricade By nld of dummy iTispatches ad dressed to Lord OraL lie and the queen Forbes escaped from this threatening triangle and wrote all the way to Englaud being the solitary passenger on the mailboat Youths Companion The Aiiolourr Wn Still Worse A philanthropic lady visited the asylum at Kingston Canada says Brook lyn Life and displayed great Interest In the Inmates One old man particu larly gained her compassion And how loug have you been here my man she Inquired Twelve years was the answer Do they treat you wellP YesDothey feed you well 1 addressing a few more qu6B tlons to him the visitor passed on She noticed a broad end broadening smile on the fice of her attendant and on asking the cause heard with conster nation that the old man was none oth er than Dr Clark the superintendent- She hurried back to make apologies How successful she was may be gath ered from these words am very sorry Dr Clark I wlll never bosot criicd by appearnncekagaln Origin of the Caaaon It Is a curious fact that the first oafl non was cast at Venice It was called a bombard and was Invented and employed by General Plsanl Ina a7nr against the Genoese The original bombard which bears the date bf 13S0 Is still preserved and stands at the foot of Plsanls statue at the W ccnnL The bombard threw a stone 100 iwunds In weight but another Tene tutu general Francisco Barde Im proved It until be was able to hanflla n charge of reck and bowlders weigh ing 3000 pounds It prove4 disastrous to him however for one day during the siege of Zara while he was oper utlng his terrible engine ho mras hoilei by It over the walls anti Qltiatlj killed The Llpart Iiiudi From the Llparl islands of mytholo SY the abode of olas the ruler ol the winds and the scene of his meetI- ng with Ulysses to the Llparl Island of today Is a very far cry Indeed There are no hotels and the islands are almost unknown to tourists while tho 13000 Inhabitants are almost In a state of primitive and patriarchal aim plicity Theytendcr their services vol untarily as guides and refuse payment regarding all visitors as their guests The donkey is the only means Of loco motion Houses are unknown In tile Island CounterbaiaOiG Mr BrownDarlintf your butcHtl gives you short weightor your moa- eyMrsBrOWnBUtCOiiu1d5s the long wait you civ him tor WjIllustrated Bits A J For a new actressTshe adopted an original way of drawing attention to herself Attempted suicide Diamonds stolen Breach of promise case1 Nothing of the kind She simply learned bow to act andactedAJi1 wers oPJtort aectlI iliss Lily Rafter tho proposal fdoirjt think youd better see papa to jt3tbeenlierewIthherJIlL Uiealmr II TJie ladBcemeat- Th Sister I JaY becoma engaged ttoFrcd r 1 1biBOth WJiatey induced yeu to do that tI The Sister Why reJb conml 4 t itIaferofheeee 4 J Sa REAL tSTITE i c- lf gent lh velumy charge for sate the follawjng list ot farms mostly located in Washington county Also bayou my charge several pieces of towh property Fail description of any of bi8property fornI8hedoq demand LIST OF FAM4 2Cpacrel rnh good hn5dfltstPlas improvements of every kind near SprJnuOeld Price 50 per acre s30l re farm Smiles from Spring fleid near the pike first class im proyenjents every kirid Price 40 per acre 425 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield fairly good house good barn and good optbnildings farm well lenced and watered Price S30 per acre 145 acre farm J ruilesjrom Springfield good improvements well fenced and watered not on pike but near pike Price 825 230 acre farm l3miles for Spring field 0n the pike good improvements of every kind well fenced and well watered Price 40 150 acre farm 31 miles from Spring field on the pike good small house and barn large tobacco barn farm mostly in grass price O per acre 200iacrc farm 2 miles from Spring Held on the pike plain comfortable house on the farm well watered and fenced price 30 per acre 105 acre farm 3 miles from Spring field 3 mile from pike farm somo out of repair but first class land pric 30 ger acre 240 acre farm 6 miles Worn Spring field on the pike small house and barn farm well fenced good deal of tiaiber land lays well price 25 per acre 170 acre farm 10 miles from Spring field good land fairly good improve mentff price 3700 200 acre farm 7J miles from Spring field on pike firstclass improvements of every kind good land well watered price 45 per acre 160 acres of land 5 miles from Springfield no improvements 50 acres of creek bottom price 830 per acre 275 acre farm 5 miles from Bards town on pike good landjflrstclasa improvements JaYJ wejl mostly in grass priee 4250 per acre 92 acres of lan7 mllesfrom Spring field on county road small house good Itob Cco barn price 2000 60 acres of land 5 miles from Springfield on Pleasant Run small house and barn good well lays well price 30 per acre 185 acre farm 8 miles from Spring field good house and barn some timber well fenced and watered price 30 per acre Springfieldand barn mostly In grass welt fenced price 82000 70 acre farm 41j miles from Spring field on the pike goCd house ant barn 10 acres creek bottom good well anu milk house farm mostly in grass price 1600 dprlncfieldDouse 6 rooms good new barnj good tenant house pn place two gocd cisterns Price 830 per acre 200 acre farm 7 miIPS from Spring field on pike good six room boos good stock barn and good tobacco iarn 30 acres bottom land Price 25 per acre 24dacre larm 2 miles from Spring bid on the pike good house and barn arm well fenced and watered Price 25 per acre Al tin lain flu lund good im provements well watered and fenced price 35 fI acre 9J acre farm 3J inilca from Spring leld nttarBloomtiek1 piE Good lousu and barn2 wtiis uood out alidingB of every kind will fenced nd mostly In grass Price 25 per cre LFEINTHEi HWEST a of ung g yur cu lOItfliflt ihe If irli sthero ifn is worth iv me 1ti the einni mitr of his JuttXH y Ciiirii1 sll ti VIitioq ire found in great varsity dijd laud will never e as low priced ignin as it is ijow For farn npr ruit raising and grazing no piirtion of ou O Mntry lJI It rrigaiipn make tliO ftirmei independent where jriijii on pracifed and the fin st iirigab e parts of out 6 uiny ar in Mon tail and WiIunittu The tyowns and cities tire Ill growing rapdly id the NiftiVPSt Let me know yi i vu want and we yill irs 0 hli you There ore aUjsorJ f fuosund kindsOc land ii jtie Norjhwes tern Sutethro h which the Northern Pacific runs Dont wait umil it s toojlatq to fip Low etilcrs1Rvt uC in affect during ptMnbHr aiHt October ISnte Jto me wlire you want to pp nnd will tell you what it w111 cost J HA s FEE Gn s Atwntv Nordhern P if Vt Bt Paul Mimi 1sIjf JttiMU iWj wa u y s- I i rt V il tli liijjWijjliijj ftF Ii ij 1itIIi i FWeP41 tc 13 f giesI 4 1 IL r r c I i 1 J 0 rn0 rJ8rJ= bI f t JPI iJf bityhjcIes fhematSrtIOQfigIfles knytSty1eaudayP1c iS aSs SEEDING TIMEI lL IrK WWJf A K j You must remember is near at hand 2 v D have grass seeds all kinds f We make a Specialty of Northern Seeds qatL 5e IITHOMPSON GR EN If lit f31SPINGFIELDKym ft fm m ft f m1 Men or oak Timbers of oak the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oak are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the soundest materials Childhood the time to lay the foundation fora sturdy con stitution that will last for jrears Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the groying powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti- tutiont Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Stroct New York 5Oo and SlOOt all druKglsts I Itoyal noad to Weal When a certain lat shah o Porsla became temporarily ibnrra ti for money I bad quite n unique ictnd of tilling his purse llie would go tat the market where after examining the shops he would select ode and turning to the would sayY Will you take men ns a partfaerMu your business for t day The of fer was of course caserly accepted The shah would take his seat neUr the shop entrance and say to his courtier whom be always took with him on these occasions Now Im salesman Wholl buy The Inrtrr not daring to refuse the offers of lie royal wer chant set about clearing the shop of Its contents paying somlctlmcs 30 for goods that were not worth to No one was allowed to bent down prices or to leave the place without making purchases When everything was sold the shah had a list of the cost price of each article made and loyally shared with the ftltopkeeper the amount of the profit rvllzed Her BeMtlmeBtB It is related ot a clergyman who was tho father of a chnrmlui and beauti ful daughter that one day while pre paring his Sunday sermon he was suddenly called away from his desk on a mission of mercy The sentence at which he left ofT was this I never see a young man of splendid physique nnd the promise of a glorious manhood al most realized but my heart Is filled with rapture and delight Ills daughter happening to enter tho study saw the wrmon and read words Sitting down she wrote miiii r neatb 9My sell ud pops ixact lyl i Aaxlana n flight The children liitl4rreled and Willie had struck Tl Instead of returning the blow T imle turned and ran down the hall Where are you olnjj Tommle asked his mother Kitchen answerctl Tommie tersely What t rrt You said If any y was mean me to beep coals or fro on his held and Im goln for tb vaals Chicago PostSThe Word IKble The word Bible furnishes a striking instance of n words rise from veri low to high estate To the bulk of English speaking folk It now meant the book of books In Caaucers day spelltoundo us Tit iz dip word Bible straight home we liml It as bublos but nnothcr name for the papyrus reed of Egypt National Review A Serien of Fali rA coroners jury In Vrulaud delivered the following vcr on the sudden death of merchant who bad recently tailed In business Ve the jury fluJ trout the new doc tors Statement that the decedsdcame to his death from heart failure super induced by business failure which was ca lSlclbySPcCulation failure which was the result of failure to see far eilugl1ahehdt eai the Other Side Hear the other side Do fbeHne too fully any man versio ru neighbor will come and search blm out Likewise It i eople form a liaetT- judgilest of tGu wait ptIeatJy till they hear the athr side Pie1ibly lUicy will not Meed to hear It from yes llt se Jt aiwat saTisliNwr aiJt I f nM I t Jiiiid wt can afford to sell I 5 Our fill of some of the latest on the i J O t and of 1 = keep A c proprietor t f CEMENTfl AtBowstPri s ROUOH LUMBER I4f t tSDRESSED LUMB E R1 SASII and DOORS r lt Irssl LATH andSHJNEs oII A4 J t7r CONTRAGTn4Ai tiPJi FELDLUMBERCOsYaid JInIfi f CALL AND GET PRTeQ t t1 TC fORTIltRN IHICHIOAN I Tctrjfc Steeping cars frd Louisville hepnp 1t running to Northern ll iL rcurt Triin Lonlaville- vtr P iIhJli Mort LlnPfl and G I Rrflway Hie Fialfng Liiic wi i t nMiHhpJ Jine52l9fe leav iitf Louiviilc 4 p m dully arriving I ostey Traverse City Bay yiew firlor Springs and MacJcJthaw City Jtt morning Mackinac Island at Ji n Meals on dining cars For sp cial information address 0 HHag ryDP A Lojaisvllle Ky A Qnec Tranimctloii Sir Arthur Sullivan discovered at i ate Carlo 6ne time that certain rae u nrant proprietors had a way of meg iltnj their charges with the apPear nfw a1t1 standing of their customera Vhen Iuching alone Sir Arthur was parttcJlrvliit tho prices were Uuv ihiy there sat ut the table adjoin liS his own a wealthy Russian noble iiinn Upon asliing for his but the c iniKiHor found that the prices wOre exorbitantly high He entfo5 the proprietor and demanded on explana tion The man an Italian recognized ilr Arthttr aaan InOuentJatcU nfndwas u his Uh j Jp1ninedj cashier Going over the items td whiCh taken rr1iexception was the said The convert I take blmoir dl rectly and the butter I charge hint to the grand duke He not notice it The Idea or charging to the grand duke an Item against whose extortionate price another r customer proested- rlwaysetmnck tlic great composer aadecidedly humorous way p gettloc out of the difficulty r w MiM Ida M Snyder Treer i ibe JIreeId7a EM z Art CIIIIh- 1tW w pay ass MEnWai their IwMn we HtIW MY meet hippy WlyU e4sMddiukriaed it they wNW HMrvc rsiik IcIlMthat thC4stiu Tthc Mt maay csrksy sic GrMit Wthiv wiltktad- v1s l skuiWIe CarMad JhM hrft WttA niijM ami M I Ht1tMcl have cv y NMM to k Mm fee a M ps4sip mcwisksLOnly InHC 49 1ViMol U tM sMutoul iwctidM SMl wseoitai toaiiaiff toaio focwose It earN tyR LaIiiiI- OUM wilti d o1ta 51 Iskil4isa approeciq wiuil- oed WilDSfj r =birt eisgi Iif ItJNi- Uy 4aI Iesib 1tOhiSN- thatilsbsia ftlLfor ree 411 b tOJWU ci WI EFCAR 5LlE The Misstirj Pacifi IjjAfforia lrOSJee1UjhiJt wpleastrie 1r JdItet ti- tVtth hirt ri hall Grult 8utJte Nor bwst l iHf u 11 dJt lr m Louis fiuurtbI 1ajmj rhl3nd btntstjttjiir GrndiRscenIc Extreuiely Lw EzcinA1jji11 ji iColorud6otPacillcCoastReSorts i fiicuciKilsi l 4teiPuIlmayr iiIt4tOpri1tHStndard IperSA t i1Jtban 11runcioc via 5cealcC radii Ilud sii Lake tb4 par enrdcttdPuIlmhtperyeryTucdav ndiltiItLu613qUI1 4rIds rremKjyihru g1 lluradOund UtaJt the Paificeoast1 An t sJi Ideal Route t IVIID ing tJj FoutSiasoaiSfenallowed west bound pass rreriiYfci the Missouri Pacific JRj betwet traiasatLouis vWttHandsome descriptive Iiteraturet b m Utd ee1l r iafqr Irtnate one way and round rifMrjfolaers atcroaaiiItrc Aestiiress RT GXat IH C T9wnsend rlUtJJeTe i1z4i SikesM na Spend the Summer at itASBtYILE po t i1iJ Charmingly audthjbe- iutif t l Mouian Rqi rof Western Jhrttcc lktotftfl 1lrr I94 tr IJ nd lle l EliJ rre eii1 SvtherRI JIa Mf Clear BracbiSGood Tethji Mi M ghificcntvieg f 1repset heIttr-I I i a4fi Tfr t4t tpm p iIL l ir f I 0 rdcP 1 f Lli 1a I RBLtWSSS 4 a k rTc 7 r TT vii irw 7 i I I TiiifflJitiJ flStDNTDINTITt IN EXTRACTED Jr FINI kpt f- IItirINGP1YLD y M DI Work Strictly 17 1rIt 1Ml 1o1 7 iJ HLAMPTON 4TL OFFICIS M j S l siic 1UUf1XLDXL oJP1CtDr Rineb rts lor 1 a44 over People1 Deposit Oot feoar 12 to 2p IwiFGRIGSBY NEYAT LAW ATirIO Tlt Bank 1PWO1tD 1ttrrSI lltiJL 3fi enty Cpuxt day in IOcWer qa Monday Oct 27 as forlNife to the highest bid teryay residence in Springfield tttuUed on Doctor Street4nd the traifiSftd i The house contains 10 woSad lft itt good repair TIt F fground good cisterAf barn tfnd allcut h1g JIS ote know If o J i tNnv nimitl l V lUISLIC SALB AtRKyviewStock rQJYQi mil HiBastjof JLebanon I will sell tffibidderoha iTOBER 16 3902 the following stock andv jbplies STwenty yearling calves 6 red r cows 4 County emojer yearling colt1CtyMethbr s cTcliBg colt ltOJambetta Wilkes yearling ctj4ambettWi1kesekIing ajjuckhhg cot 2 County Member 2 year old colte 1 Avo bro tw IJC1 4Vhig clas- sbnes l Fpalriof oung work I inuic3 I yearling mule JK thorough bred fweanlciUfttrl h neJoobedtMufha ttflfldS all in v La- rmi14iiTi OpfcT D English will be the auctioneer tejweiye inpnihs with negotiable jutte At the sameHime illbffe f9ft tyfakWs Rayj Y1e1 c tLFOSTER RAY FRO4fITiebanorKyL I Sale f Land and Stock tI wiljUon Tuesday OotoberJ4 1902 Coffer for sale my farm und stock to the highest and bes bidder said farm lies 7 miles Jactti of Springfield and bnetnulf nilefrom Beechland and Lincoln Tan Huriipike farm consists of 104 a res good dwelling house st ck bari and otuerbuildings abptttSOl l acres in grass 20 acres in timber and about 80 acres of fine tobacco landt is well watereil and fenced Also offer lor salxi 8 cows 2 yearling heifers L yoarling steer 2 calves 1 bay ar0 sorrel mare one 3 Yrro c gelding one mare and I coltj lp shots farming implc iMnts Terms made known on day of 1 aleFor fur her information cldrea MjNBsy1ktr Tliy t Ky- 4 t P NctrCreditors 1othTis herebfgiven to the I xeditoraof HV Weakly that 1 W4S tsrday October 25 t g tiafciay office to receive- fhff1 agaiust the estate of the rid at1ytf yeriaed as required by- oitbavarcwwithint three months thereafter shall be LeiB4toi have waived his right to any part of the assigned estate W P GRIGSBY j I Assignee of S H Weakly Notice J4 UZTKK mOP ALiXANDRS I1KJ1NJ axavpr iTbi u tsrs AMxa4er MI lw IUI1I1ft Pc uet1iWagws uitsm1i 1b slId by r4 a Wj dLIflur SprluId Xy oa IMyO- i4sb St at s Pfat tWrWJa uaM a Mite 11kNa psrb i st k IIIh wet wJj4iaf4J5 1 ProII ay poaa fwi wek or qaif tpas wim at WlflIabuitiroad Iii l i JnrtfMtod Ie4iDtOJU rycov rf i J 01WBGE T CLEMENTS TONLc1 nihNliiHwG6 1QiiiiHiiWii6iHW ppn1isoT Interest Frwhtst and Latest i nAtYurlr ErIIdi ad Acshitswc- Il 11iii11 Pore county3rgiThin f pv sale at C W Hagan s fjt i New fall wraps and coatslfor lladies at Mansfields f AJullline of picklingpices- can be found t O WHagan Queen Quality shoeildtlim- all Found cn1y t JGMans fields All kinds of produce and sold Cash ifpr f bOughtL C W 3fegan J FOR SALE At my store near Canary 5000 white oak clapI boards A CANARY 4 All of t latest styles in hit and winter hats on display at MansfleldsS Now if you want a pure cider vinegar you carLyet itat 25 cts peir quart QfW Hagan j Revl G A Mayers Gallion O l i1reh tthec- hurch imJl the second Sjnday inI tbinonhL ftlWni o ito i ito C Htn for nyb1ng1 yo1J1may need in the grocery Jine His stock iis complete and prices frightl Thesale of nyc slock and other personal property of MrsV SnAt eMytwhch took place on Tuesday passed off well everything bringiiQ 1good priceMi4 Wv B Spearas the auctioneer CfLadies 7 and 8 have on exhibctibfI3 the grandest display of Imported PatternHasrer shown In Cern tral Kentucky f rfTHE MISSES PAUL Milliners = T Lebanon Ky The eight months old d1QrI 1es31Mrty died Monday and was buried on Tuesday afternoon Revi T iiu ij Strickland of the Presbyterian churcbofilciitedat r the funera servicesj i S1frGC Wharton the real estate agent sold llast week to Mr J T GribbenslMrsLoUA Noes farm two miles north of Springfield consisting of 104 acres for 8000 Mr Gribbens is well known citizen ofthe Modresyilleneighbbrhood t Mrs Mansfield trimmers have all been to the city and have studied the latest styles and effects in hats and are pre pared to do work that is bound to please LadiRs are invited to call at Mansfields and indicate what they want and they will be suitedSThe protracted meeting Which has been going on a t tbe Methodist churck for about ten days closed with the service Monday night Rev J T Newsom who has been doing the preaching left Tuesday tor Clay City Ille where he has been appointed as regular pastor of the Methodist church Mr Jeff Settles went to Louis ville and sold a crop of tobacco at about the tnp price that has teien received for any one crop from this co mty in a good While He sold one hogshead at 1825 per 100 and the other g1 780i1 The tobacco was grown on a littls lesS than two acres of ground and yielded aletrecord jLii J0 5Mrs73 years and one of the oldest resi dents of the town died here last longilleases The deceased was the mother of Charlie and John H Moore of this place and was well known throughout the county Tho funeral took place at St DOminic church pn Tuesday morning and the burial was at St Roee cemetery I Tfie public Sale of the residence and other personal prop erty of YrSM Karrickon lllattended and arliqies sold well A1 tkHeersS M Campbell and R E Wbayne conducted the 1oTh residence property aid10tlofthti put up and fter lIvely bithhngI was knocker off to JdJtB JOPIG811 1II Thur1JIaMrs N R Walker who will occupy V r Pickling season is on Now dont forget tbato WfHagan carries a full line of Hienzes heyarelthAuctioneer SiiM Campbell reports the Franklin Graves salo on the 25th as being well attended and biddhigliyely One tract oflandcontainlng 95f acres with no improvements sold foi1175 per acre and the home tractcon- tainlngl6Oacresbrought 19i75 per acre Stock sold well and corn brought Gl90 and 191 per barrel in the heap Mr D PA Rowland Jr r pre Renting the wellknown concern of L E Hays Co will be with us for the purpose bf displaying Fall and Winter Woolens etc The elegant and extensive lines lit domestic and imported fabrics that have been made to especial order for this firm is one that will surely pay you to inspect The tailoring Inn of L E Ilajjs fc eo is one of the best known in the country and we feel posi tlve that a trial will c nviuceyou- to that end Remember the date Tuesday October 7th Grundy Claybrobke Mclntre Convention The county convention of Democrats to instruct delegates to represent Washington county in the district convention to nominate a candidate for Rail road Commissioner at Frankfort yesterday met at the Court House here on Monday The convention was called to order by Thos A Medley and on motion W5E SeleCman was made chairman and G A Do honey secretary Delegates were instructed to cast the votes of Washington county for C C McChord for Railroad Commi3s ioner and to use all honorable means for his nomination The following gentlemen as well as all other good Democrats were lamed as delegates W D Clay Brooke I H T unnan W H Milburti T bcoi Mzn Matt Wycoff Thad Cheatham J M Wall Goddard Grundy T D Graham Harry Wright A Dohoney and RD Riley Sale Dates Claimed t Below isa list of sales to beheld by persons who have adver tised the fact either in this paper or byhand bills printed by us Oct HP C Cleaver dwelling- house and business hope in Sprjngfield Oct 14Mrst Nannie R Walker farm and stock sale this county Oct 15 Fitgeral41stock Oct 15=Mattie Boyle near Yal1 fey stock grain etc Oct 16Foster Ray Rayview Stock Farm and live stock Marion county Oct 21 Cunningham Adams stock grain etc ihis county Oct 27Mrs Nannie Simms residence in Springfield Nov IH O Gardiner house and mill property 4 miles from Loretto i tI rft rSoIec Onyplace n arVallejr Hill Ky on October 15atone oclock sliarpoue short ir r cow rind calf two graded heifers one- Jerseycow one stack of oati 10 barrels of old corn 15 Head s of sheep one buggy two side saddles household and kitchen iurniture 4 jf2t MATTIE BOYLE Notice Owing to the withdrawal of Wr J R Whartoairom the firm- of1baion5Maye s it beco- mesnsthatallgld accounts due thatfirnt be settled and pari tes oWing same will please call on ikhe undersigned and pay WHARTON TAEP A MAYES There are ihonsattds of pieep1efsof frinK utoldJo ute from jries be cauieof the popular impression that they cauoot ibe cured Tabkrt Buck eyePlW Ointment will cure them and thepatent will remain cured irice SOi fabottles fabca 75icehts Baydoa v STOPS TUB CSUN- dWrk 1Ie C1h tiMtlYe BrooQhsicI Tablets care luone day iNo cure np pay HI 1111 HORD DTTISniFCRIuuAWr 1AnnaDentSPRINGFIELD KY EISCNALS Mr J Walter Brown was In town yeiterday Mi Sadie Mayes is visiting Mils May Bodine near Maud Mrs C R Mciplroyhaa been spead lug several days at Tatbam Rev S P Stiles is attending conference at Colombia this week Mr T Scott Mayes and family returned Monday from Tatham Springs Mr Ed McEim and Bobble Sbnltz have retained from a trip to Cannel ton Ind Mrs W T MoEbroy and daughters Misses Eleanor and Mary were in LouIsville last week Mr and Mrs Thomas Martin of Louisville are visiting at the home of W H Leachman in town Messrs J S and Ni I Buster of Mercer county visited the family of Dr J B RoBards last week W D Claybrooke went to Frankfort yesterday to attend the Railroad Commissioners convention Messrs E B Browne and R A McEIroy spent last week in Louis ville visiting Mr E L DavIson and taking in the State Fair Mrs John Walker of CampbellsvlUe and Mrs F F Gholston of Paducah are visiting the family of their brother Charles McWhortor of this place Headquarters for country pro duce of all kinds Also a full line of fruits C W Hagan Salo of Town Property Qn Saturday Oct 11 1 will at public outcry sell to the highest bidder my dwelling hous in Springfield now occupied by Mk L Searcy and will also sell on same day my business house now occupied by Ed M Rus sels jewelry store and others Terms made known onday of sale PO CLEAYER Shooting in Ghurch A special from Harrodsburg says Sheriff Geooee Jhinn left for Coruihvillei witi a warrant for the arrest of William Vo aw charged with shooting at Bud Daniels there Sunday The wit nesses say that five shots were fired nplr a church door Women and children were badly fright ened but no one was wounded Daniels was in a position where witb1loutstance of u statement by County Judge Roach who issued the warrant fqr Votiws arrest CAUTION This is not a gentle word buo when oU think how liable you are not to purchase for 75 cents he only remedy universally and aratnedy that has hadthe largestuale of any medicine in the world slnce 888for the cure and treatment of consumption and Throat and Lung troubes l pqpulritybe thankful we Called your at t utioD to Boscbees German Syrup There are PQ many or dinary cough remidies made by druggists and others that are heap and good for light colds COUghSjBrotlcbitis j lug during expectoration the nights and cougbI irg there is nothirg lika druggsstsinthJG G Green Woodburv N Y QUEEN QUALTY FOR LADIES WEAR I THE BEST SHOE ON THE MARKET For sale byI JJ 6 MANSFIELD Springfield KVy LMk iitFrir Billionsnesaand liver disorders at thLs season may be prevented by clean iwgr the Bystem With DeWitt Liftfe- boweliIreasonS j Jot the tonic properties glvctone j strength to the pUudi Q J Ha- ydonOjiNtCOur j irJui cIN aud Oriup HER BOND OF LOVE By EDWARDDECItEftT S tpiMht jgolbll 4 SB IIon The Bondlady every one called her tolegalrecordedGretchen The Bondlady was a money lender pettyoenderball for their appearance In court Her Jtohad she been known to take less than 1G per cent Int restj Naturally tho worldly goods ot the Bondlady had increased wonderfully andVet shevwore allcocAmong the dwellers of the squalid court in which she lived the Bond llady was reputed to bo worth a million haIrdoaenhuddred goldpleces towed away had one of her customers poUtrcalfound for them loopholes of escape In the legal dragnet But to her one morning came a court officer with fc formidable document that being Interpreted ordered her to produce the bodies of a dozen men for whom she bad entered ban Unable to keep abreast with printed news the Bond lady was naturally startled A crusade against Illegal voters had been begun The men captured were the Bbndladyp usual style of patrons They were vouched for by ward leaders Receiving cash interest she had gladly gone Into the deal But now a city official high in authority was arrested accused of wholesale bribery and perjury Ie was released omball and fled The lesser offenders went too It was a great day for the newspa per It was a bad day for the Bond lady Naturally there was no one to give her sympathy She went into tfie courtyard and sat on a bench heedless passersby who gazed curiously at her As she sat groaning and muttering she noticed on the next bench a rag ged dirty little girl her head In her hands weeping bitterly It was not the tears it was not the cUrt It was not the rags that drew the Bondladys attention She bad grown callous to such things There was a touch of na tore that made them kin The youngsters hair was rethe most fiery shade of red The Bondladys hair was of the same shade The Bondlady felt It had been the color of her hair that made her what IF 8KB A SEAT TEX XJTTLB WAIT she was The world had scoffed at her she had vowed the world owed her a living From being sensitive she had grown harder and harder tIn now she had no feeling for aught that was human She loved only her glittering gold her dingy houses The probable loss of much of her wealth had made her wish she could weep she whose tear spring had run dry long ago And here was a little red haired girl the Image of herself In the days lang sync whose tears came In rivulets tears enough for both More than likely It was her hair that made her weep The Bondlady remembered- t had brought tears to her own eyes years ago She took a sent beside the yttle waif and put a coarse luind upon her back with something like gentleness Whats th matter youngster The little one raised her pinched dirty tear stained face every thing Then she cried again Presently between sobs Aunt Jane said I was a hoodoo told me toget outsaJd redheads wasnt wasnt any good I knew ttr The Boudlady Was pleased with her insight The waif looked up surprised Why youre a redhead too aint you The Bondlady nodded She hadnt even glanced in the glass for years and yet a wpmanl But she bad not been allowed to forget she hid red hairSThe touch of nature that made them kin seemed to Indicate a closer rela tlonshipSTwo former clients passed Didnt know th Bondlady bad a kid said one Hlven help m was tho Done too fervent response So yer itgoln Iback tf yer aunt asked the Bondlady No maaml An where are ye golnr Dont know More tears seemed about to sow but she wiped them away and her eyed gave a gleam of trope Unless youd take me maam IIIm too poor remonstrated the Hondlady Hard enough t feed one mouth Oh maamI can helpIm a work er I am 1 wont be any trouble and and I know youll be good to me cause you have red hair Youll take me wontyou maaznT- She was far very far from being pretty but in spite of tears in spite lof dirt there was jsomethlng irresist ible about her as she now looked im ploringly hopefully into tho coarse face of the BondJad- yWellwemfgbt fry ltbut The little girl Would listen to no iubuts Childish glee took possession itt lierSb seemed like another being Lef s go home tight nowl she ex iulait ed taking her half reluctant ben cfactresa by the hands My names Ruth she added The Bondlady was literally carried a a Tin spite of herselfawayI from tho scene of her labors back to what tWo called home Its very dirty sali iM Uttje girl fuefuHy ASO are ye retorted the Boodlady Ruth took the hint cheerfully Wheres the seen maam Soft Harness Tee a sak s uJsuaIM U Poft U cuma wfre Rar YOUCQIeIwica as ioa ywos EUREKA 11011ask porlooklng liar s flks nsw Mad of pore heaT7 bodied on = rw wJa- trf sverywh csaaiJ MI4SbISTMIIANkcI t TJoapT Like tears soap seemed a dim recollection Soapyes yed bet ter get some soap ye need soap An4 she counted out five pennies IBondladyThere8 some big sticks of peppermint We dont eat candy here Ruth showed her temperament was quite as sunny as her hair swallowing her disappointment instead of the pep permint Then having used tho soap ppon herself she attacked the floor Her cleanliness was contagious Next morning the Bondlady used soap too Still more surprising she bought Ruth a stick of peppermint The Bondlady ceased to ply her un pleasant trade merely because of her ill luck for the money sense was still strong in her While the court was taking away her hereinbefore men tIoned dwellings she found consola tion in the Uttering gold concealed in an old chest of drawers One day Ruth saw her with a stockingful of coin After that she would no longer listen to pleas of poverty herentreat lea for goodies and pretty things to wear became quite as Irresistible as had been her plea in the courtyard Slowly but surely the kinship due to that fiery touch of nature grew into love Then one day in early spring Ruth asked the Bondlady How much money haT you got mother- I dont know exactly But how much about About But why do ye want t1 know Ruth Because I thought if you onjy had enough to get away from here to get out into one of the new parts to start a little store She was talking business The Bond Jjadys ears opened Thats not a bad plan Ruth 4il go count my mousy Ill think about it Not long sincethe two former clients of the Bondlady who had seen her and Ruth in the courtyard haying been as signed by the political masters to light labor with a street paving gang in the suburbs stopped for refreshments at a neat little corner grocery A bright faced red haired lass waited on them Behind the counter was a woman with hair of the same shade She wore glasses and was reading a newspaper upsldo down Mother and daughter were dean as the little shop so dean that the dirt stained political serfs were awed into silence till they ret- Urned to the pavementY Blessd If it Isnt th Bondlady aDd her kidSWen must ahejpcd em both sure enough Incomplete Show Clever things that children say Are not usually worth repeating if they are of the sort that an adult could invent But a real childs point of view is in imitable and often delightful as in this story which Dean Hole repeats in his Ebbk of reminiscences Then and Now When wo restored the western front of our cathedral in Rochester at a Colt of many thousand pounds we had a great celebration and a splendid congress of distinguished people The archbishop and bishops the lord lieutenant the high sheriff our memo ber of parliament the mayor the ad1 mlral of the dockyard the general of the district all marched in state A little boy who watched from a neighboring window was asked what ho thought of the spectacle He frank ly replied that be did not like it very muck He remarked that there waS not a single elephant and bo thought they might have had a kangaroo l 7OIUril7- One Girl Jack tried to kiss me last night AnotherWhat In the world did you dot Qb I was up In arms in it minute Smart Set A Definition Little Clarence Pa what IIS experi ence Mr Callipers Experience my sons Is tho headaches you acquire from butt lag against te world Fuck The Old Time FIddler On the low hills that Hedge in the swamp Stretches of the Ills nois Kankpkee iu the Valley of Indians Eost River in the Wisconsin woodlands and in the Kentucky Blue Grass pasture3 are found the homes of the old time fiddlers There are no fid dlers in this middle vest country The young fIddlers are aliyiolin ists save the nark This lad of pr lie pasture and forest was prolific fiddlers Their race is nearing its end and when ty is fairly run a regret will linger in the hearts of those who knew these ancient players like that felt when the last strain of one of their pathetic melodies passes from fiddle and bow There are enough of them left IhoweVer to make Up goodly gath fatofwlikMtle sw gici and other tWaqs ace not MIod- rIikUonOIN is pact ijicoMed M e tII We Invite Your Inspection of S10Ck4Wey 1 ffl our great variety of Dress Goods W 54inch all wool checks at 4fe 18inchall wo1 figured bik good 4Ocre Cr tlSinch all wool veneitions bile apd J andcejors 506 38inch all wool Zebulins black and ft colors 60c 38inch all QrshBtk 8kiiif50e 56inch Meltons blk and colors 1 to f Q 1 0O 52inch Wooll Corduroys SJ150 allwool Hop Sacki gs b18c 11511552inch andcolorsl25 1 4t Snow Flake Knickerbocker 125 vj 52inch Pebble Cheviots blk oySlA great variety of Waist flojths ftoni- l 1 l icio 125 per yard lOOp lce Outings 5c to 20c vr 50 prices MarinelJetts Jic to 121v 5 Largest stock of Mens and Womens tunderwear arid Furnishings eVer Goods for t PLLI7ft4DWJNTES ever shown Jin Springfield Our stock of small notions is complete See our new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist 4 Sets Belt Pins MetaLChatelain Bags Beaded Chat l inBagsCushionCovers etc t We still lead in finei Shoes with Manns 5 J for men and Drew SelbYCo tt Shoes for Women and Star ShoiuJ CoT Shoes for Children Ifyohave fiever seen them caIl and see them V l We are showing an elegant line of Cloaks in New Markets Monta Carro 34 Jackets etc MEHS AND JOYS SUITE AND OYERCOAK t Mens sill wool Suits 5 5 Mens Prince Charles Overcoats I TV Youths Wool Suits Youths Raglan Overcoats Childrens Wool three ipiece SqitSsgl j OhUdr ens Wool two piece Suits 2 T Children s Vester Suits 150 Special Bargains in Mens Coats arid yljestsand Odd Pants I Wt still bOast ot OtI OAREPand JiijG sad up EOLSTEBY DEPARTMENT If you need snytbigii this line dont fail to yisit us r We are giving the Bine Rebate Stamps to cwfk buyers Ddntfallio call for them They are vaiub1il CimningMm fi DJfnoaDr PRANK W SIMkS BEN F SIMMS QBNFI nom FRANK W SIMMS S CDC Livery Food and Me StaMi lvt nndgoodHpneLSpI a trial Comfortable stalls nd good tfe ment for hoarding horses v PHONE 75 SPRINGFILDJr1 7 Jl OCTOBER l f 5P i 1 OCLOCK PM r PUBLIC S1LETHURM1 JTZQS1L i ti L H Thurmatt having sold his farm knows am tIOll fJlace wUwill on SId farm on 01 WednesdayS Ictoto ljfi t fei beginning at 1 ocloch pm Offer for iilflo thtkifkMt W c q all of our persoiial jsropterty consiatUit of jgfa 9 Good YeaHing Mar Mules t g IJ 19 Head of Nice Yearling Steer f 3 High Qrad Angus Bull Clv sf And some High Grade Angus Cows t 0 rhree farm mares a splendid lot of brood ows sa d ptir iieiidl some thoroughbred Chester Whites also lot of Wtd lp ir t- about 250 bbls of corn ia crib a few looC JMrtHip imfb jinJ ts c 0 TniMs OF JiAi U A q d r cash Sus o 5Agood security bearing 0 pSlfat and this Ii aixIihs r THUNWH SS5 Io PtLRi5- eringsWice a year in diffeitent parts of their home states whtm they meetto engage in the hopor t u01df1ddlerscontes u Thww contests smack of the western soil They are ClUar to th prarte country aid to apart s1of Kentucky and WiscoBln The oW nowhe dfd mvMi who cooopvtt fof priiMM this H Unf have BO new rauiJc Their tttitec in ttie malm have ben uiMled down to them from t fatto o from 5S rw- b 515ri4 olhi 1r swelled onr tW AU4t mounUint and HfVltii If iittiiic btlcHM1 ii NaflIroWL Thi IYI it all the iiiiii vMsfttfi quail eaAft Wf ou pIpiLOsobsr wIHome O Lrc i a EaHySJIIe b= m t it WT c i w 7 J j 7 r = = ioooooooooooooooooooooooor o g 0 O flJRa 10 g aANNiVtSARy 4gg 0 jJS41r A a HIWSE g f 0 OJf CepjTishtltOIIiitACRotraey o o ol- OOttOOQOOOOOOOObOOOOOOOO Yinfrci the door dosqnj behind hlnV r se went over to the library table 1IIV ont a drafvcrv looSE from It a mmfjl calendar sighed softly then ii1l the last day of the month She aUiVd thoughtfully at the mark as EUtv uaoV1It arid turned back tiu moihs that had gone since the first or111 year it made her think or- t tr they were married It wns r Aainy yeas ago She mid the cal iw aside and fished out raotbor S ftIiIlqUlnther until that first yeara lay In her hauL Chnt sisUc her sigh ug1 jfor on the dates In that Iztti ycpj calendar there were nopeucll iar3 jtplndlciate the evening she had siHijihlone That was before baby came1 ontbebnd become a little lloriyn the literary vorld Society hndI vnottfieu tazivb1ui under culture upw5thad He was going to be a butl j lion some day lie saId She I Jt f would rcret marrylpg such i spiritless little lioness She wept dis mallyHensed to ask lfeiIt seemed years ago osrto go out with him to be lionized But there was the baby so she iliad rct sedBut babies do not always need close attention Nurse well take caitrof fcer but now litHievor asked SJfci laid the little calendars face downward With th moutotslgbt Bbe ifpuKl pity him It did seem hard ttjvwrite nil day with a thousand i things to annoy him He was cn tlileJTto his recreation the recreation or listening to those could appre ciate bis work She fit her own in ybnUy fo say bright things andv she hatod the heroine dud the hero She nttheehd1ortliefrom the tousle of their two Jmndred oddiplIseexl11tence Ajnd tonight she w sto be alone gatuShe went into the kitchen orl theJjttle flat and dismissed the girl threeyenz01diJBl place with the child on her knee Nawwe will finish the story of the fairy princess and the wicked giant lh fId turning over tholeaves of the i 8t book r Tie child nodded vigorously wr Jliit tbjj prtnc sdJdnofget hurt wb B ae fell from the castle wall Edith you remember thatthe mothI eIiureddPfe mamma tans if she Is hurt 4 yoati ef9d the youngster ja7cryTWhy Edith 7 Taus you Is the prbacess He No indeed I am no princess Mttk She sighed to think of other L m nxv onro HXB AKP OK oPDmI days when she irap a queen a onfctrnJntbe first row Five IX7 If WJWtJie Hi so many years ago VMaiaBH yoU is the princess Isnt j toulIilel1ttleg1rlwas on the verge of tears i Tiewpeoplein the fiat across the IjaH Were beginning to move about The aether listened The child sat with gufruded forefinger PreSently the k fiotlt iieard some one playing The fin firs rippled up and down the keYirr then struck up a march from a comic opera The execution was not perfecttbut the time was excellent The moth sfeet itched for movement Then fb mnslc cbxrjred to a gavot then to I a skirt 4ancc Suddenly Itstopped The mother sighed For a moment she baj ben beck In the old days Tfafiwlskcf gauzy skirts was In tier ears the smearymaktunJox stood be fore ber eyes the okrJIfe and fun she had nown from girlhood came buck f If you iilnt ff princess youre a fnley arcnwlthe child tenaciously o1BLIHD FOLD zr11 1s woman Blidfoad- eice and s1ie loses allcbnfi s in herself Hertep slow es1tatlpgn nd uncertain Her hands raised to ward the ini L lJIblows lCh trte mlt oman aetkske means of health she is ofted ike1a woniiPbllndfo1d She has 1r coafidencejhe cannot tell what her efort wllHlefdl toSbe turns now to this side awl then to the other in uncer 4aiaty aad doubt The sick woman who uses Dr Pierces ayprite Prescription may do so with abe3ue confidence It Invites open eyed investigation There need Jxi no hesitattoa in following the hundreds of yftrtbefettads off women who have found a useefUittrreguJarjtyItItealsiuftc1nmitiIrs MUaM si rWkk a tttde 1lo you for send r wwaderiul medicine IIftf tkee it thalaeome poor suf iig r IeTces rtedldnes wrift tstE ot CfeenJ ring Fur 4PwMJU1 Msry1a had uf fcm everlyln m female weakness and had to headrs tMIcnC taking Dr Piirces Favor iII and had not takes two bot tlCStj JWKabk to be around again and do my woFk Iadi Staveas tSL ans ouc of his Coipoilnd Estvacts1 avtWed id several NlsQrJtU Pkasatiti lisabsadbiJioaueI i a tryx Dome people uaeasio tuuiK so tVos I nJUIi fniry Do you want to e n fully luumnm Edith The child shouted with delight tJurogndand see She flew Into her drrIDgroom opened old trunks pulled out old slip baHpt tlnery IIIChlInd Heap box slit handled tender Ned It liiRcrlbed Neat She unused What had ever bo heIdrunk so rind slit hud beggedblm to give It up Th Icllshe was too deadly YcspfjctableL he said Ir She found the makeup paint bardte work but to half an hour she crept softly Ip to tie library behind t echnd Deeding over the sleepy Lend she clasped the wee hands and awoke the baby with a kiss v YotJmYDlamma7ThC child turned half tcntrcnii8yotlwy mamma Yes dear I am a fairy mamma Inow IThe player next doortruck up aIdouble shuffle The little woman broke into the step with a toss of her head ItJValiludlcrquSot course He would have thought her crazy but the baby enjoyed It and watched her with dancing eyvs keeping tremulous time WIth Its little feet The mother danced on The days of yore had come back She was before the glaring lights Presently she stopped out of breath In her cars rang the echo of the Old tUne applause She laughed hystery ically and kissed the child Tears rolled on the grease paint You aint my mamma YOUB little girl fairy My mammas a great big jfairy thfi child said The little worn an laughed again She wished no If he was present he would not under stand He had changed so much since the days he used to hang around the stage door for Jicr to appear The music in the adjoining flat trailed away Into silence Then a wo mans voice humming lightly came across the hall and again silence tjfrnlngouttheThe mother stood like one transfixed In the center of the library The laughter died on her lips She looked down at her beruffled skirts ybch had suddenly turned flimsy an4 taw dry Then a hard dry laugh rose In her throat Xes that was the4way thyy all dropped from her th6 illusions Other youth and her love The child lay on the great leather ruc b1 king sleepily at her faIry mamma The long lasses drooped IIand n happy smile crept round the baby mouth She was In fairyland In flungIt the dimpled band in hers This at least was her own something real something tangible and lasting the blessed mother love And so he found them three hours later when ho returned with the smiles of fair women still dazzling his eyes and their fairer words still ringing lit his ones Ho bent over her with a frown btt when he saw the tiny furrows which the tears had made thro eyessottenedble and picked up the calendars His brow was puckered as he studied the queer pencil marks until he found the iast oiiE Then he remembered the day He turned abruptly toward the graceful figure crouched by the baby form their two bands tightly clasped Awlst passed before his eyes and when It was igone he no longer saw the fair flattering faces of the ballroom He was back at the stage door of the theater waiting for her JShe started suddenly and found hers lt In her husbands arms He was smiling Into her eyes the sort of smile that carried her back to that first year Whatsort of a game Is this Bess be nsked jShefiushed under the rouge and sfiinimered 31 was the baby and 1 have been taking a hip to fairyland And the prince came along just In time to wake tip the princess he mur mured with a low laugh that made her think more nnd more of that first year And when she looked Into his pered flunghersmilingly f Im so glad I waited for the prince And lie looking across the table at the scattered calendars understood mlIr the Bnliy blllconntrywheresucb Ananias Absalom Judas etenecommon a clergyman who has a cIr- cuIt In Lehlgh county was called to of ficiate at a christening When be ar rived at the woodmans cabin the wife seemed to be in charge of affairs The baby was In white and a few of the neighbors members of the same con gregatlou bad been Invited and were seated under the trees When the babe was brought out by the parents the clergyman asked With what name shall I christen the child Klas promptly answered the wife slightlya name In the Bible said the wife I guess not said the preacher mildly Oh yes Its In the Bible coolly answered the wife Ananias Is in the Bible Tbs Is a Uttle Jxfr and we only want to call Win Nine without the nnaewTcrk Times Crime of rlfflitenlni Clilldren The custom of securing the obedi bugbearof a civiIm community and any one guilty of i iojuKht to be punished In way wtircb he or she will remem mostIThe Imairlitatlon of u Little child Is a thing far mbre delicate and sensitive thdn Its body and outbe whole more lerlousilijnrylute been jhlilcted on the human race through superstition Is incalculable and there pntctlcally no superstition whlpir Vnulij affect a grown person f whose liiiiglimtlon had been untainted by terrors ot the unseen In childhood When n child Is brought pp among peopk who tell weird stories otapiiritlous atwi portents It Is unusual ffir IttQ gain a perfect balance of mind In after life AMick lit Name Being Informed that he was to bo tajen befora Judge whose name was Justicei 4 Geprgia negro exclaimed heigln1Jl1k gonel4tIanta Cojwtitutlon r epokeaIn aaow 4 MANOWAR HAWKS Featkered niskTrajTaea That Do Their FUblnir I iae AirIThe manpwar hawk la a somewhat large bhrd and an expert fisher bu rbi does most of lila fishing in thtTalr When the booby bhrd comes home from abroad he finds the manowar hawk layln for him and however persist ently he may seek to Escape by dashing flight with much screeching and screaming he finds thajt before he can safely set foot on the land he must dis gorge a fish or two which the swift pursuer adroitly catches In the afrItseems however to b generally un derstood a modus xrvendi between jthe fisher and the pirate birds that then contentious wer only on the wing and that once on land they should dwell peaceful In their sepa rate damping grounds Tbebooblesbre aw ward anti un wieldy on land and ma r be easily capture They rarely seek to escape when a man approaches but accustomed to meet the demands of their familiar emYlthc manowar hawk by dIsgor ing a fish In the air they frequently sort to the same process and lay at the feet of the Intruding strangerwhat stock of fish they have available The manowar hawks turned this practice te their own advantage by following after any iman who might appear among the nesting birds circling In the air Just overhead ready to pick up the fish which the frightened boobies might give up as a penCe offering The manrowjar hiiWjks were generally ea ger for anything and wopld hover closely rend to tnkefm the hand n man whtever hetnght toss In the ilIrOn one occasion one of these swiftly snatched a n t bookwhlc for a moment on the grpuud nnd birlISI away dropping it how rer on Magazine It to be neither fish nojr rttCenturyI inn Particular Want su1jectman In Eden On a large leaf susr peuded In the room were ijamed cer tain gifts with which God had blessed man Among these was mentioned the giving of a wife The pastor in some remarks to the children tried to show that man needed company If saul he you had a dog at home or a playful kitten or a beautiful song bird would that be all you would agreed that It would not What more would you want he asked expecting that they would an swer father mother brothers or HI- Nters After a pause a little fellow about three years old with a thin soft voice spoke up A wife The school broke Into laughter the pastor maintained his gravity with difficulty and the superintendent dis appeared to vent his feelings where he would not be observedNew York Times Cheese as Food People should know and value bet ter cheese as food said a physician the other they In discussing the diet question It Is true that freshly made domestic cheese Is hard to digest but nothing is so easily digested as any of the imported cheeses and nothing Iff more nutritious Weight for weight Roquefort Brie Camembert and Swiss cheeses are more nutritious than the best beef or steak They are more easily digested and they give the same sort of nourishment that Is derived from fresh meat so that in the time of a meat famine the well cured and well aged Imported cheeses are the best sub stltute that can be found for beef and as consumed the best of cheese iIs cheaper A twentyfive cent Brie checse for Instance will feed aIpersons and nourish them better than dollars worth of beef Two ounces otI these cheeses bavethe same food value as a pound of the Jest prituo beef j Not the Example Be expected The master of a Glasgow school was presiding over the reading lesson when the child whoso turn it was to read came across the word Circling What is a hirellrig asked the teacher The boy thought for a moment or two and then replied tl dont know The question was next propounded toI the entire class witha like The master then explained the menn ing of the word as lucidly as he could and at the conclusion f hIs explanation repeated the question Please sir replied the boy ad dressed ydure a hireling youre pajd to teach usSeottish meIICanI lsouPThere that long ago a man named Ramsay of Banff Scotland havlngj boiled down a white snake and accidentally swal lowed a drop of the soup against which he bad been warned as poison ous found himself en owed with the power of seeing through the people lie met This unusual opportunity for diagnosis established this reputation and fortune as a physician A Ilttlo Too Plain She He didnt succeed In convincing her after all his argument HeNo he merely niiide bet madNBut his explanation jvas cleariYes and thats whc e he made his mistake He told her was as plain as the nose on her face Phlladel RecordIpha t Wife Knew Flzein Alderman who is planning a polit teal dinner to his wlteVe will have a half dozen lobsters Wife Interrupting Yes but we can only seat five IJpplncbtts IIHtponraBTeibent All the worlds oBtasc Yes and most of usjdo nothing else but push 8cc1ryI n lnuullolll4 News On Its Own UerltM A young man who tj itt his summer vacation on n Maine xttln sis that new Instances of the thijif anti iiievil ness of his landlady rare coitJinty thrusting themselves upoii his atten tion One day a wagon loaiiof uupsjected relatives descended on the fari and the mistress was on site ufltnvard frankly said put to iit to provide enough food for dinner SLe ought forward among other 1hlng an apple pie which seemed to thd boarder far Inferior tpthe1 pies flic 1tsunlly iniade But wnen she served t isbe spoke her repuatioii as a plei inker They dp say at tho qociablcs that nobodys pies quite couie up to flute sheimarkedwlth d Jucainlnff smile llalld apple pies are Jlitll you might call my spMJaltyi JlefteznIJeena- sked for thejeclpe bift 0elfem its Xulct1hehuur3j1eybadpie flaky of crust and iJusdoi lo the taste t Why Jiunt M rft1iS ifc joii gest of the party a bo tittwfW irIiiiim than the other and you havent said a word about It fHis aunt looked at hint without so much as a twinkle In Ijer eyes This one will go dpwn without pralslng I cAo1tsh said gravely The Necessity of M7tter7 To be coiifeiJt mutter darkness and Ignorance is Indeed unmanly and therefore we think that to love light and find knpwledge must be always right Yct nit in all matters before anyISbnrelight may Is good and light Is good yet man perished seeking knowledge and the moths perish m seeking light and if we who are crushed before the moth will not accepts mystery as Is needful to us we shall parish tnlike manner None but the proud will mourn over this for we may always know more If we choose by working on but the pleasure is I think to humble people in knowing that the Journey is endless the treasure inex hausUblcLamps of Architecture Ruskln Conversations I Whats the matter dear Nothing Yes there is No tliat Is nothing tP you Come tell me v I was thinking couldnt you eatIyour breakfast once wlthbutvreadlng the paper C You know I have to hurry Thercgvas time Nbjv now I scarcely ever ecu your face obJectImorning and the ad vertisements on Monday morning New Yor Herald NceJQil Too Apparently TeacherpXow what do you under stand by brain work Boy Vuen a man works with hto head Teacher Correct And what is man ual labor Hoy When a man works with his blwdsiTeacher Thats right To which of these classes do I belling when teach you What do I use most in teaching you BoyA sQapl Grandma Object Lesson IYI11Y my said the little girls grandmother You mustnt make so much fuss when you have your hair combed When was a little girl I had my hair combed three or tour times every day YestsaId the child pointing atthe poor little gray knot on the back of the good old ladys head and see what youve got for IUChlcnco Rec ordHerald Kiuex An old sea captain under the 1m pression that he was shying a good thing asked a lady rissenger wby men never kiss one al her while dIes waste a world of lilsses on feminine faces Because the lady replied the men have something better IP kiss and the Avomen havent TIle Inevitable Do as telf you Tommys mamma cried its about time ypu realized the futility of struggling against the inevitable Do you know what that means Xesm replied Tommy It means theres no use oyour washln my handsariXface cause theyll only get dirty again tils Tate The landlady was speaking IMr Barnstorme bow do yon like your eggs The tragedians taco relaxed Into anI joythe cried Until that mistakenIIn a Close I1ace How do you manage to live wltiihi your Income Briggs Dont you feel cramped Cramped did you say Why I have got to go out and borrow 10 ery tIm want to stretch myself Stuart Set When People llango IPeoph knight when they are amused when they think people expect them to be amused and when they dont want to be rude nUll dont know what else to daLos Angeles H caIiL A ScloUrl7 Slllkuiald lie overtoOk her ou the roadside xvhjle vaiuh ring for his health in the IturkHhlrcs At last he wild have found a typical mllUtnuliI of old Xvw England Set her big eunboiinvt her dress up to her shoe ttopsi her plain but noat cnJI Ico uuil the very pall itself It Is a morning tot adventure and I will speak to her lc quickened his walk nnd was soon near her Fine morning this morning he said1 I would like to help you carry the pall There was no reply but be felt the roguish smile that he knew was hid under the sunbonnct So he kept ou doing all the talking uhtll they reached the lane Into which she was about turn toI Can 1 go with you he asked She turned and faced him No sir you innS not nor do I de sire your attentions It Is bad enough to have a grown nina splitting his In finitives but when he shows his Ig norance of the proper1 use of should and would and then caps the climax by using can tot may I think It Is only my duty to tell him that the summer school is In session about ten miles from hereNew York Times Witty Member of Parliament Charles James lox once made re marks on government gunpowder In the house of commons which Adams another member thought offensive to the ministry and the two met as even wise men did In time days to xhoot one another Fox refused to fire de daring he hud no quarrel but Adaius aimed and shot slightly wouudlughls adversary When It was over the two shook hands and Fox wait happy enough to say Youd have killed m- eAdamsif It had not been government ppwdcrl V Other men there hnve been who would pot sit through a speech for the govr erumciits sake much less fight a ducL Whats going somebody asked n member of parliament when a minister had got up to speak The MJP but tying on mIll I am The story jre calte one of Lord Ersklnc who was stopped in tke lobby with question Whos up Wlhdham said Er shine anti thjTethcr asked What he J1tty1wrer Your Tongue If its coated your stomach fs bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys rightEasy2c AHIlr IHa beaDUfulbrowu I BUCKINGHAMS DYE tqhs rs I 3crIO COH RIGHTS QF NAVAJO WOMAN vVShe Alone of 3lll Indian Squaw Ea jof Independence The Naviijo woman who has made her tribe the most far otfs of all Hy lag Indian races by means of her great and excellent invention the aaJoblanket occupies a social7 position of propertyipwiid much of the Wealth Of the tribe and her children belong to her alone A woman may have jhuudrcds of sheep when she Quarries and not one J rcouies the property of her husband Descent is traced through the female line It Is a survival of the primitive inatrlarvhatc Thp Navajo woman has no perm dent home The progress ottltp tribe has been greatly impeded by its dark sUI rst1tioiL that every death is caused by Chhide the devil and that evil spirits linger about the dead body The louse Is never occupied again The Corpse is buried in the floor and the house pulled down over it and a Na vajo would freeze before he would make a fire upon the logs of one of these deserted heaps So the Navajo hogan is a poor temporary affair a mere circular hut of logs and stones with n hole in the roof for the allIIn blanket for the door smokeI summer tlut Navajo woman loves to move into ubrush wickiup made of gronsowood boughs There site wts up her loom in tIle hadow of rocks and Vlvw In HHoiii nh nil simuuer CMK o lm r Ocftu Slncfleds Fur lienS RtIf Rlndle Ikrt were mON rtnnerous thou they ure a great many people would be luttrr oft Whtii one Is tired sid cross restless out of sorts he or she ought to steep alone and not coiBmunlcate hy proximity the nail adies that affect hlni The brute crea tures when sick gp away by them selves till they die or get over their troubles and this instinct a great many human beings have Those that have it best If Indulged in It not to the slightest degree of neglect how ever Where two children In a family must share the same room in a great many enact they would be better off to have two single beds rather than one wide double bed We can share a great many things with those we love but solitude clings to us from birth to death We conic into the world alone we must go out of it alone and we live hi It alone in a certain important sense and to get and keep our bear ings we must sometimes be left alone It is good that we should be Family Doctor The Odor of Death A London physician of large practice asserts that owing to hIs extremely sensitive sense of smell he can foretell the coming of death fortyeight hours He says that when a patient comes within two days of death a peculiar earthy smell Is emitted from the body When the fatal disease Is slow In its appearlancegalloping kind the doctor says he re- ceIves much shorter warning He at tributes the smell to mortification which begins within the body before life Is extinct Dogs are thought to have this sense for hunting hounds hate been observed to begin a mournful baying a day or two before their masters died Jn k Cadei Monument At HeathfleldfciUvEngland Is a farm on which still stand the remains of an old stone houscthat is said once to have been the home of the notorious Jack Cade Whether or not Cede ever nccuratetldltermlned fact that he was killed In that neigh borhood On the main road not far front the rums of the house staflfes a won uiuent with this inscription Xear this spot was slain the notorious rebel Jock Cade by Alexander Iden Esq sheriff of Kent D 1450 His body was carried to London and his bead fixed upon London bridge This Is the success of all rebels and this fortune uhauceth ever to traitors HIa Sympathies Too Strong You might think said Meandering Mike dntl dont know how to work It you do lady dats a mistake Im a wonderfulll handy man at a lot o thIngsC Thon why dont you get employ ment Its me principles dat keeps we from tollowln me Industrious Incline tions Every time deres a strike de dared i goes on a sympathetic strike to help along do catiie An dereu a strike somewhere or another purty near all de time Washington Star Quiet place There are queer nooks and corners In England yet A country parson went to preach in an old remote parish one Sunday Time aged sexton In taking him to the place Insinuatingly said hope yer rlvrcnce wont mind preachln from thCChancel Ye see this ls a quiet place and Ive got a duck sittln on fourteen eggs in the pulpit DUnt Care to Kno- wrLfranivq got new conundrum io3ytm lfttow why 4 am like a mule withasore head Grofat No I know you are but arej9hicagoTribune 1i Spilled Milk iDo cow kick de milk over kase she nlntgot sense en folks stun roun en cry bout It kase dry In de same fix ez de cow Atlanta Constitution The muscles otft birds wing ate twenty times shore powerful proper tlonateiy speaking than those of a mans urn Scheme Tbat Failed Tom teaskgiyioid you be sorry to hearth tlniI1 going to marry Edytb Mayme Indeed I should Tom Why J aiayme Qecaose I really like Edytb Chicago News Ttoere are two aids to every que tloa jmd lt s surprising how witch tMNH teUMtthtr WirJteti31i tlJlJIG9bejf T7I Crmioe Kept OoJ FriAiri There was once a woman la Albany prudent and cautious about the HJera trite read by her children wh appealed to Bl hop Doaue lot advice and instruction In the matter They con sidered and discusrrd many juvenile books the bishop HHur pprovtag or condemning them as tiiey came up for Judgment until finally Robuason Cfti see was named forlDToOh yes replied lhi tflshop ItIUa quite a harmless narrative and luis pleased boys for ages Besides you know there is sow rotison to believe Robinson Crusoe WIK an Episcopali an And the bishops eyes twinkled rludeeUr exclaimed Tommys mother Why I never kiiev than Yes continued the bishop JOIt will remember that be kept good Fri day How It Ilnjitieaed It was kinder fruny that Is ovef lookln the seriousness of It said the landlord of the Pettyv e tavernYou see Miss Babrlella tanks who bnF not meanIn any dFr pect to tier you onIrthatIc approached the railroad crossing and a brakeman waved a red flag at her to warn hex of the danger Shf thought he was tryl to flirt with her and advanced towaru Llm with a smile and a caboose that was backin up struck her good and plenty Luckily no bones were broken and the first thing she said when she recovered eon sclousuess was Oh this Is so sudden Smart Set Hedgehog Hedgehogs are very strong in the wa tar swimming with ease against a rapid stream and with their muscular claws they turn up the nests bf trout or salmon and make a goodly haul therefrom They will breast a very rapid stream and cold water as near the freezing point as may be seems to have no terror for them The eggs of the salmonlda are n welcome prey to nearly every animal ttt will fact wa ter Aquatic birds rats both house and water hedgehog beetles and their laryoe the so called fresh water shrimp are deadly rt Her Privilege Husband Whats wrong with that house we looked at yesterday WifeIts too big Husband Well the one WP vlIt today then 4WifoIVa too small Husband Soy whnl sort of a lotn- doyouwant Wife Sir I dont propose to cwu myself Boston Post A Cruel Dth Norah said her mlhtrcss r ntp chicken smothered In unlonB fi tl evening If yes want It klt In an criiJ n way as that mem r plied tL 51 nant kltchenmaid I hey to o i yersllf ChIcagOTr t ie Helpl i How many servants do yoi asks the first matron I didnt keep twentytwo 1Inrconfesses the worried house r Baltimore American A Mana W4rd The greatest liar o iartb hJIiiie truth to his doctor The most lrrulpl man alive is tempt to Ue to Ii us sessor San FraaclMco Bulletin A Cinnabar Mine A very curious old maine with many romantic assodotloub in that at Quilt dlo in the United States of Colombia where cinnabar the ere of mercury has been wrought from the time of the earliest Spanish explorers almost 200 years ago at u ot 10000 feet above the sea Its locality is further remarkable as being one of the wet test places on the globe It Is excep tional for the rain to cease throughout the greater part of the year laexpeplIT tnrmemt Yes said the soprano In the choir loft religion is absolutely free ned without price And yet grumbled the basso pro fundo It is considered quite the thins to make a cloak pt tlit cheap mate rial Baltimore Xe Too Much Clara Didnt you find Charlie Cas tletontoo fresh MaudI should say so I didnt mint his kissing me but II tthought It was tao much when be asked me to be his wit Life Soon as Poalble- Dmer Walter bring me a napkin Walter In a moment sir give yoa the first one that Is vzicautBostns- TransCript Sure Te t dont know whether ahe ings vt notP You would It heard her Puck ThirtyDays Was My LIf Limits Agony From Inherit t ed Heari Dis l Dr Mils Heart Cure CurdH One person in every four ku a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart Ahttl extra lcoithisof sudden death Dr Mile HeartCwe ill tone up the hearts acU scmricitk bIeo0 and improve the droilitioa rMrtrbnbleberaa with catarrh aadllbave always supposed It caused theteevMel haY experienced wijh ray teart IhsA UM sisal symptoms of sleeplessae Iostapet14eCon- stipationpalpitatf h off the hWtiEM-of i breath and paia around the HUt sad Hder left arm y ether uaerei iatsoaew- ay and IzupposeAu was SB tefctrite tendency At tltee 1 iwas insy4Isuffered severely aad btaejwiithat ray doctors saidTcould JM Hvi tkbty dayAt this time I had Bet steyt ew two hours a aiekt oa accouat e MrvewMM The least exercise such walklae s twotld brine oa paJpitatfoa a4 Irtttrtag E the heart so jHqrcn thwsal4CSup lrui rest ettrvt i1i1W t Pills cared me of OUtJ aM batzymptotur disappeaisd uwtk istofDr Miles New Heart Care 1 a ii- letter health titan I have WM ki 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