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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t J LL t Sl i 1 1c 1 i N A I I Jt r r Iisst1i i f ti J H t fi 1 i Nt S LI1DIER Jfq io r fi J 4j Itt r it I 1 Jof tJ1ht Q aii w I i t t i fjBferief VolIXl No 40 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON 0 IVUNTY ENTUOKY OCTOBER 9 1902 T tr 1OOAAB1- Ir r f IJJllRTONCOIBc GOI1 s Im a all kiMto tit Faaeral PHONE 53 WRECTORY L uGFIr4D ca yeato TI ta Cty i jpUes oulfa J0t ijc ni 4 miles frosJscdtowu branch ol i1e a1road1u z M grf6ttiiralI district T ltl crairit an telephone r ufhttr iU4 lumber fttIvttMlliDp population of 11it11ew loAtiiCeiiC Bon 3lll J LavilkxytM fMMHUtlT IB Kentucky K G A D fcpa y e F J jriisiLveiateSenteiHo rcpe1IsvIi1e CY to t ty DlntWY a R tpcUITtQURT 5toa eC JUct togiMs W the fourth sMI tz M1nd Octop C4 Patbeen34ge iwX 8 weettcy Coim wealth At J A r- i rr l kt iqjSU 1 I i ftMA Hediey Master Commiss 1r NIl SS j 1 t iUARTRlY couxrr i oolelttbe third lt fiti jDLltHY Judge i 44fi COUNTY gU 1JICeMtrX tirt meet1 on the fourth LL1yTsdge tj4 Cnty Clerk TrKaye Cowaty Attorney iSG ecatiatTaikrS t tPyreIskamq jj 9 berae Ji = ifa Deputies fW M Fi iJaWre CoUnty Snrvevbr J Xy iIiiAssciiOr fItTp c1t YtcgnLu = 1lTcItru 3atge7jrj COCOCtcJijl F I CITY COURT ItcP144 judgewJe1HIeeKarSal a tC Attotney Pt uf 1uICiOUkTdiIstCarts ate held in Janua7e tilt1 Jl4tobe S r J1Jr Directory 5 s5AIST CIIL1CRtLJIfft ftirjc W Bwope Pastor1 + JraU umand730 f aitVwiay School at 83O Prayer h 4 MHHt W 4ae laT night at 730 t gpr SS t illtTMODlST CHURCH 4il jllii s Pastor Services i M pEiTh1rdSsu4ays fa each lWjullfamand 7dO f tn Sunf 1ieryI Sunday at 10 ain I Ymytr aeetlllg cvery Wedsesday aIcltt f CAT f tlCCHUX nJdf sRtet5HiA CftCJk7 atlas 10 ocloc armhoursi t i rj +CHRISTIAN CHURCH xeyii Fl yi Pastor Services SL jourth Sunday in Ccb iU i V 13BTrBMAN CHURCH fcsjT O A Stridtkusd pastor J p PraeLaSg fVery vaJy at 11 a m aIit i par Saday ebool every 1 kaiaYM li am Prayer aaeetiag Trry TliM iiy vM g ati oclock Ote011 ttjnJsc ap tiIoxtcf4tkD9R Sj ingtlcid lodge- Xstf 5Ot coad Moaday 1I each MNllhjl ffskuitbtif O Chapter Nc Si- U4ect every third Wpu lay Srlflfield Ceaircil NVS meets on r H4aY a KMCHTM Twt JACA Meets r =fWTidJI t Ml V TOPS TABLE b jX IKfts ernailst t 7iIf Ps falljr4 Aru 1eW 1r RI- al iII I r547lS434I5- tiiLj3355 WISW i1l 4i4 rls JI IJt iSqi i si 7 1Panhk JMIi1j8 4 aasmes u 44IzIH a1IIsI t 4 41i bswwhttI7 11 iibr wdUe i1 t SSoutbark 4LabIl5 II oatk I IOLv LoutoTUliviAr P8 110 licit rat fiH6i1iiliiliiliiiiiH HW fifi 4 Hfi A ROLIiND Of T1114 lft l MM Tkt Ukids it fall Reddening the snaiach leaf IfprthijrnjBtormsare brtwlng All the year faff toan tOrjrief In a BpteDdld ruin Gold and pirple rase and green woodlaaflNJngLlk i Thrown aside In dying i Oer the hilltop all folorn mfatsdriftlngIll His gode head is lifting oniids of dI9PplninufJI are heardJT- Theyohng quail wakes his call Echo answers back tbeblrd rom tlje fields of fall TItheLr ELLJNGt The fall season is nearly always marked bv a large number of lland sales After he crops tre all made nihousI d or otherwise disposed of the farmer iis then better prepared move or to make a change if fhinge contemplated than nunihrof l fall in Washington county ap ears to be greater than usualI and there seems to be a good many inquiries fof rmscoming I from outside The truth is farm inghasinthe past few years proven to be about the most profitable business that one can- tEngage in and asa consequence new men are entering the fieldb Renters and tenants are becpm ing farm owners paying for arms from the money raadea WYeilrfago by tilling the soil Prices of farm lands are going np Qwing to Jthe improved condi tions and Washington county farms are appreciably hgher i than they were one and two and i tl1re9 yea sago J HE OLD HOME Speaiangf of fIselling farms some of our Washington farmers mayo through the same experience as that of u map up about Wit a estel who is sppken of as fol lows by the Sun A farmer got t the notion into hiahead that he f anted to sell his farm Some time ago heconcluded he wants ed to sell so he toldi his agent to s il if possible A hundred ollars isnt to b3 picked ptt veEy day so the agent let him elf out a little used some print ers inkperhaps consequently the other day he brought a man to the farm sold it to him fort he price asked and a forfeit ipayment was clDade In two ours after the purchaser lertc the seller began to have a queer feeling in his head The though- tsri1c him thathe wasnowlivI ing on another mans farm or would be in a tery few days Inc our hours he Egan to wonder what he would do or where he wouldgo He doeant say whether he slept any that night or not but he was astir so bright and early next morning that he was on the road to town by sunrise where he paid the agent his 100 and the man who thought beC had bought the farm another 100 to release him from the bargain Itcost this man 200 to find oat there is no place like the old homesteidi HANGES We understandI that there sire changes and improvements m the program for the next Wash ington copnty fair The success of the fair this year ina financial way as well as otherwise has in- Spired the management to new efforts tpar ls inapt ovements The preminm list will be thoroughly revised it h understood and improvement made on the grounds the most important ISHalitot ter display of articles entered in certain classeswhich have hereto fore ben shown only on the first day and then repabved There will likely be some changes made in the board of directors of the association and so ne new mem bars taken inas several blocks of stock have we und rstand re cently changel hands a IH DUCA TiQNAir The FoUrth Coigre3sionaL Educational tttbHt 18 and an interasting program t MM MMMMMMMY i t ehas been arranged for the ses sion There willibe teachers here from nitI over the dIstrict and this will be a good opportu nityfor the people of Springfield to show their hiispitality by f tbiOwIngoei h f doors and inviting the viwitors to t eirL hpiries for the si brt time they are here The meeting will doubtless be both entertaining tandall others who desire to attendE Goes Like Cues t The fastest hag article IHOI Have in my storp writes drUg- gist P T Smith f Davis KyI is DrKirigtei Nev Discoveryi for ConsusptUfi o4il s anti pdsJJ hecausu it alwu isi cure1n my six yeuts of sales iit never has failed 1 bave khw it to save suffer from Thnjat nnd Lung disease who cuulget no help t from doctors or any other remedy M theisrely nit jbtst physicit aus prescribe arid C JHaydon rug s ure gnarrntpe satisfaction or refund price Tnl bottles free Regsizes 50c andj 1 doZes Tines 4 lft Mr Owen Dnun of Benton Ferry W Vat writes I have had kldnevtrduble for years and it became so bad f hadtto at least timesget tip a dozen a night I never received any permane from any medicine until I tried Poleys Kidney Carei Xftec two hot ties I am cured Sqlcj by C Haydonh Lancaster Will Case A sabpoeaa wasj issued tOdayr by R Ci Cherry Examiner in the case on aopeall from the or der probating thejpaper purport ing ta he the will 1of the late S B Lancaster for Celia Mudd colored to whom the ancastert t bome was b qutled The witll 0555 refused 10fJestityQft the- grouud that she was a residnt of the county and hat the con- c t hil helllIpo irn ier committed ihu IJsi u j forl twenty four hours and fined her five dollars Col W H Willet wac uUo as witness aid like wise refused to answer questions of attorneys and vas committed o jail twenty fpur hours and fled five dollars The examiner later suspend 0d the judgements until Satur day week and in the meantimef f he question will be submitted to Judge Samuel E Jones for determination of the rrght to re quire witnesses to testify For contestant B B Lancaster are attorneys E J McDer moLt of Louisville John S Kel ley Fulton Fulton for the con tes tees John W Lewis Springfiell Frank Strauss ofI Louisville Halfctead Yewell l Jno Wickliffe and EuH Brown Standard l Beware oT OIulm6at Ier Catarrh containing Mercury As mercury will aurilydestror the tent of smell and completely deraogethe whole system when eutsi lag troy the muccng outfaces Such articles should never be six ept on prescriptions of repntable 1jvrI1I rfs the damage It w jlltloatenfol to the goal yo n can pea l slbly derive frvm them flaJs Catarrh Cure manufaitured hf F J Chenep C of Toledo O contams no mercury and Is taken hi tern ally rci dl ccUy on the blood jUd mucous Hjlaces of thse1ezn In buying Halls Cat 1J1 Cure be sure you get ganulne Una taken lutdrnally ul made in Toledo 9by F J Cheney Co Testimonials fne Sold by dragit tPrfce 75 cents a bottle Halls Famllv Pills are the best Death Ojr A Monk Phi lt Orr1lnl a monk atGeth semani Ahb y rfell from way door at tha institution Tuesdays d fractur iii his skull causing his deathMn few hours Mr Doran waswell known in Bards town wh tot a number f years h jwnecl Und operated tne o1dwtart niill which until recently stood on tho eastern outskirts of Lh town Mr Do Iran lived at St Catherines for a number of yearsj but during the past 15 vears badl been at 6etb asedfVHis remains were interrel Wed neiaayintbe cemeterv Ht GethsemaniS lCornbuakets sprained wrists barb wire cnts burns bruise seyere lacer alloasand extcraaj Injuries of any kind are happily Brtd by applying kBall rds Sn vr tenement Price aust5Q Ydon t Died At Lebanon 1 Mr Ben ONenl died of old agej at his homejn ths city Saturday lt the ago of 97 years He was j devout Catholic and his fun ralws conducted by Very Rev J A Hbgarty with aReqincin j Mass at St Agus ines church oni allArlIllsAgustines cemetery Mr ONea was born October 18 1805 neas cOunttyi j Powell who died during the firso year of i ha cholera Shortly at er in 1833 he married Mrs Eli enora Molohon Lanham who died several years ago It was ac the time of his second marriage that he removed to his farm two t miles from this city whore he hascontinuousllresided until hdc came to this city last Jaiinaay a He leaves five children by biso second marriage the oldest uff whom is 66 and the youngest ThQY are Mrs Mary E Statena Mrs John R Johnson Mrs Abtj bie Lanham and Messrs Franc and Joseph B ONeal all pt thincounty There are 4birtyseven grandchildren and fortv three j great grandchildren living Mr ONeal has furnished as muchs history for Kentucky as almost any other man He was always highly respected was active innbusiness affairs from earlymaufifj noud aud his advice was sought j y hisjfriends At the age of 12 j years he carried the U S Mail from Springfield to Bardstown on horseback Besides his farm j e was iuterested in a distillery and was the most extensive wagon r of liis day Before the rail oad was built he ran sevoralJ J wagons between tbm place and j Louis ille and hauled material of all kinds between many otherjj places He delighted lo tell off his many experiences during thes pioneei days and his stores j wer always of unusUj iinter i t He encountered many dimJ cult ies and had many narrow es aprs Upon cue occasion he Was tbrown from a loaded wagon arid the wheel passed over his neck Physicians said hisnecka was bl olen and death would re suit within a few minutes HisI coffin was selected and his fun eral was arranged but neither j was used for he recovered soon j and was as active as ever He remembered Abe Lincoln and heI was present at the marriage oftj Thos Lincoln to Nancy BanJtsE His eyesight failed him about j hve years ago since which time ji he has gradually gone down unItil death came to his relief Lebanon Fa1coniii 51ArnercasLook with horror on skin l Erouptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dynt have them nor will any one who useBuck ine Arnica Salve it glorifies ii the face Eczema or salt Rheuni vanish before it It cures sore lips chappnd bands chilblains Intailable for Piles 25cents at ii CJHaydons brug store tNatar Atxletv Mothers regard approach lug winter with uneasiness children take cold so easily No disease costs more little lives than croup Its attack iv so snd lien that the sufferer iis often beyond humab aid before the doctor rr1veajj Such cases yield readily to One Min nte Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays iuflatnatioti removes danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately lCures coujtbs colds grip brpnchltlo throat and lung troubles F S Mahon Hampshire writes A bad cold ren jJ dered nif voiceless just before an or t rical contest I intended to with haw but took One Minute Cough cure It restored my voice lu tune tpMin the medal O S Hayden Fjarm for Sale Containing 178 25 acrs in onrhalf mile from Botlaud on I gocd turnpike road small 2 story brick house witb flurofld ltwo halls and larecelLar good new barn anil other outbuildings About 60 acre of timber with ahout 100000 feet of good white oak Plenty Of good spring watei all oyerfarm about 20acres in orchard of all kinds of fruit pare of which is bering This lis one pf the best strain and stock farms m neigh borhood Reason forT selling going to Oklahoma Price 125 an acre on good time OTIS PORTER 38 4t Botlaid Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 1 I Old tine Times UIst ryfa Remarkiiile Old- CHaracter AMASSES f lUT LIvES TIE UfE Of VAQAWW IEV ry community has j sec centric cUaracfer and in this re- pect Washington county is no exception to the rule for there has lived in this county fryears ne of the most peculiar as wells one of the most remarkable men it falls to the lot of a com mun ity to number among its citizenship For as long back as forty years the people of this and some neighboring counties have be m familiar with the sight qf little driedup man who speaks ur language with difficulty but whose natural shrewdness iis evident to all with whom be has ny dealings This old cbarkc er is known to many only as ld Fine Times His real ame is an uncertain item but as ear as it can be written in Eng lish it is Marie Attention and it appears that way on the asses org books and in the County Clerks pfflce Old Pine Times camejto this country from his ative country Spain about forty ve yeara ago and made his way from New York to this neighbor hood He wasi a tinker or clockmaker by trade and tramp ed about the country going from house to house seeking work at mending clocks find watches and stopping at various places where he could beg a bite to eat or a place to sleep For years heed that kind of life and bydint of saving and working at odd jobs it is said he amassed a con ble sum of money or by some iit is reported that he brought money with him from the old country At any rate not many years ago it became noised about that Fine Times who had been looked upon as a kind ofvagaborid was rich He bought a farm containing 240 acres of land near St Rose this county arid was reported to have money and bonds in the bank The old man has always given the county assessor trouble and he has tried every way to avoid paying taxes on his possessions- and has succeeded quite well as he delinquent list published every year wilt show Among the names returned as delinquent is that of Marie Attention 15000 property not found Several years ago the assessor of Wash ington counter made a particular y close search for some of Fine Times money and succeeded in locating 1500 in cash besides some securities in a Lebanon bank Since that time however he old man has been successful in hiding his wealth and pays taxes on nothing although he is said to be worth from 80000 to 50 Odo and is known to collect interest government and o her bonds and securities About ten years ago a woman with her husbajhd and a girl her sister camerrom Spain and went to live with the old man The womffn and the girl the old fellow says are his nelces He deeded the farm to the girl whose name is Laurehtia Fortaned and sent her to S Catherines school for several years These people still live on the farm The roans name is given as Manuel Maora ja Marie Attention or old Fine Time is now 82 ycasold and still looks and live like a vaga bond i M Hairr M7baIr was filling but ywy fast kail I wai greatly alarmed I them td Ayfcr HaIr VJtran 4 ayhaiistoppedfaUingAtOaCeMrs O The troubleis yoiirhiir does not have lifeenough Actpromptly SaVe your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor Jf the gray hirs are beginning tb afew rsHfr VJW iirill rtttore color every tIie s a Mm1f cIi1W r7tSs 1IeWe JI less Milm a mae f L DIco1Aft11 Ti Edwards Expensive Joke Albert Edward prince of Walvls ourhrtpV ne tnost popu lar roah iu Eni JHnl This pop ulariiy is due Ithi7kvof snorts and ail nvtily traitsIY whi hareparlicuJarlycomllend able in the t i esof Uu verIg i Brilisher As a yuuth hijs audac ity and appreciation of a joke either as a petpetraturof victim r were well knownr One of his early escapades resulted m her majesty tbe queen footing a bill r rl broken crockery and wrecked furnitare which be young prince caused in tbe bouse of one of the jesiSer members of the nobility A rather elderly countess whose quick temper and sharp tongue drove away even her servants from hpr advertised for a footman flhe prince tJ whose ears tilusoilthe peculiarities of the old Jadi had coma resolved to l teach her a lesson He therefore presented himself in disguise at her llad vsnips house andapplied for the position of footman The icountesshas just finished her br akast and pushing her J chair pack from the tab e in stracted the seryant to bring he fore her the applicant Tbe prince iwas therefore ushered jpr to the room Tbe countess 4ook edhimj over from his feet up J Apparently pleased with the appearance of the prince sbe saId Let me see you walk Albert Edward did as com manded and walked backward and forward several tiraesacrpSB the floor from oiie end of tbei room tb the other nw walking briskly at the request of the old lady apd then pacing slowly as she wished to obtain points on this score Thii performance oVEr the countess ordered him to trot The dining room still the theater of action tbe prince trotted around it several times When this ekerciscf was completed be gain come to a standstill near the head of the table where the countess was seated Her lady ship seemed pleased and was juston the point ot asking the younjtf man some questions aboti hims lf when be shouted Now see me gallop Grasping corner of the table cloth firmly in ono hand the prinde rushed around tbe room pulling the crockery off on the floor in a heap knocking over the furniture and finally winding her jadysbip in the folds of the cot Hetben bolted for tbe door leaving the countess spot tering and shouting and the ser vants running about in a die- ttracted way to lIQera ethelr mistress and quiet her rage In the hubbub and confusion the prtnce escaped The next day a check from the keeper ot l the privy purse settled the amount of the damagrsand like wise established the identity of l the mischief maker i Olt Of DtitllS IllS when death seemed very near from a severe soraach and Il liver trouble that I had suffered with foryears writes P Muse Durham NO DrKinga New Life Pjlls saved ray life and ovec perfect health Best pUtson earth and oatY25c at OrHayd ortsidrugstorpt t Dc went ftm- Mnltitudcs are singing the praises of Kpdol the newdlJcoycry whicl is making so many sick people w lI and iftrotiffbydiffeiitinff what thev eat by transforming their food lntOith jred blood that makas you feell Coodall over Mrs CinfitlofTroyL T Rays Forb number bf yc3rn 1av troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which grcf into worse form Finally I was iuduced to use Kodol and after neeing four bottles I am cnred r heartily recommend Kodol 8 offerers from in dlgtBtlon and djfpcpf la Take a doe after eachiaeal It diets what you ealt 0l J Hayden leeoTircd fyttk aii Heiriig Messrs Ely Brosj 1 commented using your Cream Balm about two yeAfs ago forcatarrh Mr voice isonetihat thick and jay bearin was dnli My hearing fas been fully re stored and my speeca has become quite oletr I am a teacher in out town Jj Q Drown GrangerO- ocommentli needed Trial sUe lecntstFUil size Ask your drrijrgeHt4 Wma1l IL ElyBros6Warrcnt N Yp Welhave teen the frau infant whe 1thefafntstrong by the ne ef WhHf CreamiiVermifHge prIce fc centBjitC HaJjrdonV l ItMakes the food more defickms and wfMMMii1 I Ia pa a un fff ffffffH IiI 0JI ifW ti iMew Timely leiwrks I f Ii tthe Subject ly five J1- 8I WH IIi Jeel1itere I= li i Ji tMJ IiM ii EDrroR EWSLEADER- A young matlsh jlldpic outI the place in which be prefers toa live and the woritbe prefers ip do and then go there and4 get at it and stick tolL When heisJ wondering why success does nol4 come to him he should askhimI self the questiaui What am I pompetent to do1 If he finds himself incompetent as will be the general rule tbdnhe should stir himself to b comec petant Iforihere iis plenty of room in fevery landfor competeutnin We read in history there was atime when it was believed money grew on 1reesiti the United States but eyenEierpont Morgan Has not discovered that particular species of timber and there is no use for others to look for it since he hits itailed to lo cate it Itis a great saying that a young man ghould jroW up with a new country 5bitung man who has the right lortb stuff in him will grow up to ffic require monte for success in the country in which he is The biggest fortunes are made where the biggest industries aref and one should prefer to measure himself with these rather than to seek to Use a currant expression iancafcy bingThe young man who is seekingtaD easy thing baslreadyai1e4 for he its lazy and the only thing at which alazy man can succeed isI failure There are great opportunitie in the west as is th ease everyv where an J very otten a young man does not take himself seriously until he plunges into new envirpnmentsand gets out of tbe old ruts of ball games cigarette smoking and buggy ridiag It very often takes sucti a plungerJ to awaken a young man and show l ihim life is a business that needs ones entire attention Jt isteven iiisessary foroie to feef the cIua1 pangs of hunger before he will shakO himself and feel His strength If a young man would succeed let Him first bu ilda strong Cbr1s1i tlinnboodfor as there Is qothing nationally itambrtall but liberty there 1 nothing in iividI ualiy eternal butcharacter Let him determine todo and dare and be something and then get at his work All the obstacle in the world cannot conqrtery a a youngaianthuseqlljppedJ The writer of this has beenjit dreamer with you J LeVuVstop dreaming and go to fork Yr speetaoreamIos5 W W Baker of PJaitview Neft says iMy wifesuffercd from lURK tronble for fifteen years She tried a number if doctors and spen trover 1000 without telief She becaiaever lo and lost all hopo A friend recommead di l oley8 Honey and Tar aud ibank toI this great remedy if sayed her lIfe She eujoya better health thtshe4iask- nowuIu ten years Refuse eubsiittt ten For sate by Hkydoq Tkt SIMBH Setsei Is full of dangers pHriiculrlyfortb clildreu who not JtnOnlug the danger of eating unripe fruit indulge them selves wlththe usual gripiug pains in Ihestomaph and botweis as a co M4 quence Mothers should fiaveon hand at nfl times a bottle of Perrr Drnvti ainkiller which will at once raUeye the sufferer It Is a safe 8iipktrem ledyaudsbould be in every idse Iarge Wttles 2Sand50centsr GootiWW Iowabas a lav which provide for the confiniBjr Of bafcUual drunkards iibunMYlUL It is popularly knowija Jfce cjl I rlawald itrvMfoVeMii is repot edto be liaYiuf a EI der ol effect XWay men whoj If r years C tBI tq tfte habiVpt ttlDtdruQtr git1riy 1i f rmtd and cm4lmorft useful citizensi If StMte St IiNG t jj P has the desired effe OiTliia lit might well oejtriM 1iosistates he isaMlHyli rik the proper place wiyimrller people who ira habitual drmik ards purely nozti1itver an habitual drimkart IhuuRh drumkards lijfjO t 4 nSane people alwiindignant wbentheyareMct Qr being mentally uabalMni It a sojourn of few mcmtlwrm an iinsane asylum will drtIdrunkard it will be w41W- Sargetheasylusat OSSMlSSh veHold Joper law J dQSa- lcL evey wbere Harrp4bWfJS Hfr Ii r L 100 00000 bottles of I nrT Xky iPainkiller sold iia 6G years Jiist thInk Nearly enOugh pl Wt 4 W n4to reach atouud tM wedls WhM- ptberreinelycan boastofee1 Aria drh of service to humanity M ctirft komachand bowel coMptofartc iMl the many other aileieats emtUaUr occucingin the most car fkl ba PeirjDafIIIc 1Jt Fall cold i are iiabletohiip alt wliiter leaving the s 4c lW Mti JysIouvents serious recalls It Mx4U liablcrIdaud testadsalea turs coutainfi no opiates ao4 will et tipatctFor she byjIn anaemia and ibt weimi 4i ill meats the digestion weakviirt mmtii ingof toraa atnaftir SI4 fistic TMiacoadiWoa caa befeiiTirtU by Jatkiqg acoane of Hftfrwe PriM 50 qents at Haydeas i iJlf s1rtkLsSAt the carieri fidaigh- steeet TLxiIIi1Fr- iday nigft Pick ilaio and lusiantly kilIedry rw oi There beiogso eye witiie4kO the deed the Jeaiis of uthe is unkaowB TMf Wwtogethrthatt eveaifefr j tlM7 didnoteeatobeoooWand H na sooonspttkerotbiS drink helrU aor Wood Tipee o ting his glassJ om DM co M r Muontima e1i1f rsysr loaded with bag csctethe entire lye loads irkiek wis emptied in Woos tdk alplace not larger that M han dAdar NrffalpinSII 4tcl- Tw7 MII cbaditioabf tkc Uyer aaiuIThe ills of life mtit bM liMk iS4sidn OKthoae irhe IJUIISSJe You can regiiUteyem 14re MI Wey fltk Berweetand bao1allCTelri vsi at C J Haydoas r Nsvrasi When you baye a oo fii jec cM pkbatie god fec R i i1smsmedicine wltk Ktile oc 0 a perhaps ckpgeroas Ask fit +HOYl and Tar tke jprtjat iS aRd jung remedy it cares coi- uc3ldsquicklya t l Vvtt- K ftAil e lftWI Gol Jrf CP I t his speech atS4 LcM a Mt Kenticky BI411 s ol1liUi TNyt- he JIfollowing b Mitthrt Ib 3WhteTrJWil K took wikfMrMr beisIW her mttraal affair the bi- ways been liberty lovwf psi pie shQ has iMkcrifiodaJiJ 1 c dom she bai bee ksv son sto die wheosrit i4IIJI 1 ne4ed a oidiw1 ha Ineeda to thefront wI daj w e to Wia ISsourt lAb tbe io 4 Yr PreIttSwhoarerepIL l11 JllW QlentioIk with MIIII1PL to crown this reM a iv r 19 whichwrs to ourirtwi- Ut t ocM join yes a hanitnooseIu dti I ay caan s f1 Ru1 verythhs 1OpIong Weart1PI wr ambiti Ba adA iEi14iit- we ar OoISf k aI 01 thisSVokT Boaey and Tr carts coWs A- kYY lind prevents putsaool Ta aowub Hayd w i- ci2 7 T 7r j EWStEADERi PuLaB TJIY THUMDXT i YAtt A IN ADVANCf RIKGFIILP XV J rL ThAzsON IIi tttiot i i = t t II Qatta ImLpr1Ia4 9 OMHMftlM Md prtWe l J JMriIh t I bt esi R Jb et tARt m1s s Mb1 kSSk 4 7vr riI e 8t frpect 3 1tI CJJiIetrf 120- 0j i lf j k Ii ou SfiUMDAY OCTOBER 9 1Iif FIr C1rcit Clerk j SW riJktb Drized totaB 1BC8 the 1aiaq 4 a r Oi1IEY tali il lJfor tbe office of Clerk i Cttb ITiHitaftom Circnll Court i iMii Ute action of the Demo iM ej7 t Tb situation in the heat coal 5strike lrowing more serious eichdy The action of tb- S overaor of Penp ylv nia inorf ier1ai the entire State Guard to th t trike region has made the i dnera more than ever determin Yf dan thotifh itis disapproved tjemiiners tjliink it wiUhelp theii in the end The region is riquietwthnoTnen returning to aiiTveryJitUe cval being ship 1ced i President Roosevelt is finf ev ry endeavor to bring about an agreement between the Jikikera and employers Hehas mide a proposition to John Hit ctieli representing the miners V pmsiMttnglo immediately ap I point a commission to inyesti Sg1 te the coal strike situation 11a tho miners president Avill l secure the imniediate return i of tLe workmen tothc mines jir MiU drtimetp consldtr trditiTonjiijiJit The beliefCat ticikeiCs headquarters in Wilks t barreisthata negative anwser Will be given book Out For Them iff or yaars an4 years tbelocal newi pprsbsye been telling cf how peo fe haY been fleeced and swindled by bnyIg daDd ares of Strangers a How era baye beenable tb get- HMjl0riM article shoddy made 4djn J owyM represented The 5S warBlBfE to their readers and an rx Sere of thee harpers seems to- ykiye badas much effect as a bullet 1fHaan air lunalah 1taseel plate t W hvV Htot e conclusion that j tlMMi is Mach troth ia BarnnmB like to WkwplHifcYid Thiti lttomtod the tet1 rasge fSSwr who visited the community t yratCo and thoroughly canvassed jfJIM farmers selling several stove Those ivno purchased stoves atthat time have now an opportttnlty of payl j the fiddler or dancing to the j aaslc XTarinerrWlthln a few milea SaBdwich and very well known boklboegat of the stoyei or at leasts wMl ftllr1hI8 poaseaalon a yN rce Th price agreed upon was jJfW Yeaeatf boy a largerand bstttt f veory toar hardware dealers for 1 part ettke deal was that ike farmer wa to beallowed 840 for jhisold Btoveaad ateo he was to boardc tbb h rp ra wkoKave him coupons Ikat were tto apply on the purchase toveThese op1ejvfrrctpftke i Mver consIder a deal doted untflyoa 4mpnt ybormaiLe upon paper TnIii farmer did singing a contract a jiewppcsedbnt which no turns tip jitbebaptjof a note for 70 with In Skret lv day ago a man pro Mated klfflMlt at the farmers house Sjj at reqed kim to take up the teispre ritibi hfatelf to beth jwrekaeer a daiilIsnQcenCone of the jtotCv In tie deal made5at the time t frttie delivery off the stove fSG waS e ikyiUtMMtp be paid and out of the HOttY faloil rs for board were also 4e bekk i The fellow with the aateiieelitfee Uekaew nothing otithe intcOnieefkw1tCa It aoeptanythlngt but the face of the Taite wtdiaterest which he bought TMikoer of the nqte threatens 10 tkri colt aa4 our farmer friend eays Jk wiIiBotpaytr Wpat the outco i c 44bsrealns to be seen Tberoiji aiKorallw this deal which sbunld Iot ke permitted to escape the memory Jt lfawc alga a piece of paper StMPsgs4 tarn the Joct loose pfM iM bkrpera tad buy your goods 5111th hose Mrohciit wb baStrepu fUitt Ia and from wb lpl YOUj JNitotTsdrsit if the ware y0p1 iMted ta Wt M repreaentedj Dow iir jiOfe IU Reporter 1IW e M4 r Und that WashfngtOB MIT bs IIvaadbY g ntl re Mt wko sathoe thonld be care- i1 isfsr21yars- Xri Mp Iwlth JiCasvnIe 4 utriIa ih bcoechltLVkr8- y ar o4ftW I aad7ar It- tj 1i urs5 CuiD cpiat bHdsW5 t JIIIII stl r iMMKk jUiil4i glB l ttawiiWKHHaBii News From TheGountyH- sppNIs 1 IIt AR1 tiie Comity i Mie- a II 11 Reported by our Correspondents MMMJIjMa pajfjfjefJBgaMUM a MbORESIIiLE t sevral took tn the excuision avuii1a SSS MjJ Bt Smith removed ywkk4iit MonddtW 5f t I Wi1Iisif la1rn is- iaitinj It 1ativaherecThere asnOqiectibneldat Fairview schoolhouse last Saturc Jay Vllf Alex Yates sold JSmnSet Settle a tract of landat1 16 per acre t Emerson Barlow arid Turner Derringer both have typhoid jii fever Mr Wallace Say has sold his lw farm toSH Weekley and pur- echased a farm of Mr JDBar low for 1925 Brastas Yates sold abayma eI o Bram Curlsinger for Si5 a suckling mule cult to John Yates for 13750 i tTheret ojIball at Mooresville park last aturday as the WiliisburR boys failed to show up JB Williams and Jan Tobin i appraised the property of Mrs rdaY1TheywiIlsoonhave I Felix Mudd sod to Alex Mcc Mackin a mare mute colt tor 72 and bought a horse colt from Mrs Susan Goatley for 51 Mr JesseMann is delivering l stoneto J N Arnold at Maud to lie used in the foundation of his new buildirigs he is erecting there i ioesi View We have but little news to communicate this week yet we ie wHhnKito cbntnbute what we hvyur interesting columns yT Damon Carrico left us last Tuesday and oved to Lebanon Eugene Hillls spending sever ar days in Louisville this week to ihe delight of some young lady f1iendIRobert Osbourne who has been visiting his parents for several days returned to his home in U uisville a few days ago Mr Clay Gardner will leave in few days to elect a home inj C icag9iu whirh he will move to about the first of January Joe Blanford and MlsJ Julia omith two among our favorite Qungpeople were published for the first time at St Rose Church last Sunday The young men cf the com jnunity haveentered u combine or trust as they call it to cut all the cornJn the neighborhood oinAlu to Omega frotn the beginning to the end femith Carried and Miss Ma lisse Dolin were published for the second time at St Rose church last Sunday Mr Carrico Is a very worthy young man while amongheof our land Last Sunday was pI1Jlrmation day at St Rose The procession was beautiful the service was grand the music was divine The large church was crowded several seemed to think that there were about 500 people present After early Mass we attended thePresbyterian church at Springfield and by so doing were deprived of the evenings rdce at St Rose which we would have Jiked very much to have attended d PULLIiM 1Ellenhrtertyphoid foyer Corn cutting aid wheat sow ing are in order here Wheat is one dollar per bushel Jr B dud E Mitchell sold 85 acres offJland toGeo Trent and Dud MHbufn Prce750ji The IbfaJtcbildfWthSmjthd- ied Friday last 4ndwu filter red in Fairyiew Cemetery Satur day cThose who have not gone to Illinois from t ispartoC the pointy are talking of mltoIt Casey county Wm Terrell bought of Dr rlatchett17 head ut fat cattle at cents per pou ndl Hogs are 6Iptvtw and to salisf the deatand 11mpoi J8 4 t A serious accident happened lliaai Scott last Saturday e fIxing a ting leree Otf his i 6 ebor kicked stud r 4jpIIL dunged the hookof the ingLi reeln his foot Inflicting ajri ugly wound t The citizens in this secjipnbe twe Tathain and Pulliata were a1dltoborbood The people ofthntc- ommuQIty have a fedrtess of grievances and when i Circuit court meets again they should make use of itjThe following account t which seems to be authentic itells of the profitable business of several counterfeiters Near Waterford n Spencer county oheiElonzo Ward formerly of this con ty but ho tipw resides in Spencer was arrested one day last weeit charg d with counterfeiting The de tecUvwason ihe look put and happened up on Ward as he was sitting on thq floor coitiiug the circulating medium After watch ing him until he had randfe seven ty four dollars h inadej Unovo his presence placed Wnrd under arrest and he ii5 riow Inqar erit ed in prison It se ms iha one Lambert who hadwtri par ing his respects to Watiilover the objection of ih father became angry and divnJged the counterfeit business to ar detective with above results I mders and that Ward has im plicated six other menlbut has not yet given their names WhIe Lou Ward lived in thjs part of the country he was np 4r cnars e d with any crime and was of mediocre iusellect and generalii rest e ted a Io rMnckvllle ti W B Hatcliett sold a hunch of 1000 Ilb ste rs to Deij Hiatt u 412 cents Mrs Mollie Wycdff our pop ular milliner has returned from Louisville LC Young bobht r a bunch of 97 pound shoats of hIram Prather at 61 2 cer3tsi Calvin She sTnaker bought a bunch of 1200 puund steersof HenrysHilton at 5 cents Leon Crouch who has been in business at DeKulb III for some timu has returned hoiije W W Malherly solaa small farm uf 4 acres to Henlry Isliain for 300 Possession ClinstraHs D S Yanc y sold a hiirse mult cult for 50 and a mare raulu con for 65 to Walter Pet hune of Hafrodsburg James Overstreet anJ mother f5a Loo Wright of Brad fords yule weir visiting last week tic family of Wilbur Peterjs W P Hatchettboupta pair or 4y earold fipsu mulps to Mr James Kyler for210 also a two yr olu clt fnrw ajjd plug horse for 20 Miss Leslie Sno l jnijj i andsis tel of Cornishville two chai ming young ladies and Dan Yutes at tended the ball game here last Saturduy afternoon Dud on the 251 airier home ne r town Syl ia Webb in h r ninth year of typhoid fever In t rment the followiii day at Stwartsvilie Married rat wek at the brides home near town Willie Ray borne and Miss D je Sweeney Rvv E P Crouch fojftciatiii We wish them much happiness Died on the lust at her home near town Mrs Ren Peers in the 65th year of her nef Item morage or th lungs Funeral Services were co tldu ted ot the thirdat tthe Methodist church in town by Rev Vaughn of Has rodsbut after whiich the re ains wero interlailiin Peters cemetery tf NWI F S Anderson st1ct u mule CT Logdon for 30 j Mrs Lucindar Cocajnougher of Illinois is visiting relutiye here Mr T J Nally 5s attending theG A R at Washington t iiy Quite a dumber of j people at tended church att vour town on Sunday Miss Addie Llgi tlon has re turned home aftr visit to rela tives here Miss iVliMne BJIIUOJ visited Miss Sethie AncWititl Saturday and Sunday IJj Mrs Fonzy mithof your TrfiNally own4 tis visiting her nVother Mrs Mrs Sam Settles imid Jamie spent Sunday with th mfly of IT P Kelley J iIi Mr R Ai Thompson of FredI enbkstown spenl llie ftrgt pfthe week with hfep heremo 1heV t Rev TKKaY preached t8large congregation per or11asJI SuodaytiSoriaing and iiipht J i Misses Margaret and Nann e Jne ttham ot Willisburg wove in o neighborhood Saturday last Miss Appie Kelley and Harlan White have returned tbDepatur after a visltjto h0r parents ereI Our home boys played agarae of ball with Ticlg Ore k Scores stood 16to12 jin Tav rofuur home boys Mr and Mrs Dee ghewmaker Mr and Mr Davis Settles Mrs Mary Hnghes MO Ed and Pete E hew lJulfert speirt Suaday with Ir and Mrp RobertShewmaker Hardesty School lioaso CJ Seay bought a mare from i hn Curry Price 85 The farmsrs in this vicinity liav begun sowing heat Bro Fizer tilled his regular ap pbintment at Mttziou Srinlovv Mrs W JS Y Goodlet visited laivesrcar Mackville Satiin clay and Sunday i Robert Gfrny and sIster Ull e jretaihopssome cattlje from Keihtly and loyalty Price not given Mi Dan Ntalet has purchased I farm in Mississippi and will rui v there the first of January Mis Ariuie Bro n of Spencer coiny splint SH u day and Sub y with Misses Martha and Ida rray of EardestyBchoolhouse PUBblCSAbEOF blVE U STOCK I will Have a public sale ofr ive stockl at my fur u five miles norihwest of Spiiigfield near the Hloortifield roaii on THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 Beginning at 9 oclock a m the following property will be sold the highest bidder Eight jwork mules 7 broodmares 2 young mates by MlJod Chief 3 race mares one byLon Bow Qut pf Morgana one by Harry O Fallon dam by Long BOW out of Cup B arer dam by Long Bow race horse by Pun ster dam tty Harry OFallon two 3yearol4 jacks a number ofr mich coWs heifers and young steers one 18 montHs old Rose of Sharon Shorthorn bull one 2 year old jennet 20 head of sheep SOl fut hogs will also oriel my fine saddle and harness stal- lionI Fan y Boy Terms Hogs cnshutilr stoclt cash for pales under 10 Over that amount a note due und ner gpjtiable In12months ut FirstS National bank bearing 6por cent intejrestJOHN W KELLKY S M AucttozsierColj 1SAn Old IKclc Amoui the ninny l4 iru0rLl s possessed by duffi If this plato none ctpsJvs n OrE notice than one i the p sessiont of MrJ W SianucrsL fl Is a patchwork quilt and vasiuade by Mr Jsitntner mother nearly a century ajgis ho iltte n is on the cfrder of a tiepatch and 1s set togetli r w ilv whie good Tho whte squares arr quil ed in several designs namely One la represent a wi elanothlr a Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable byS Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis sourtges and lessens ambition beauty vigor p SW sQondisappearwhen I neys are out of order ciiirttg or diseased ft Kidney trouble his become so prevalent Vf II that It Is not uncommon for a child tobe born afflicted with weak kid fey lfthechiid urine Ales Joo often if the urine scalds the flesh or Jff when the chMd roaches adage when it should be awe to withbedwettintofthcdtfjICUllylskldJey treatmeS1tofhe3elmpdz1arit thoddnmosi peope suppose 1 When as well as men are made nib arabic wit lddn eiyThetofLsjiby drugrtts in ceaf lad baei UM You may flftYllliiilaaebotds by free also pasnpIt tell se of lag al aWirt It lacliMtag ma yof he 1ItHiiiIwIIofttmolal iJitWaoreoe KhMerCoBIhsamtn this peper REAL ESTE ForSa1ebv GL Q IBA lOH Agenr II have In my Charge fofr sale the list of tams mostlyt located in Washington coUnty Also have In my charge neveral pieces of town property Full description ofany of lie property furnished on demand LIST Ot1 FARMS acre farm go dlaodt flrstclaa mprbyimenta df every kind near Springfield Price 50 per acre 330 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield ndar the pike first class Im trbvementfl of every kind Price 48 Per acre t 285 acre farrii6 miles from Springfield fairly good house good barn and good outbuildings farm well fenced and watered Price 80 per acre 14ff acre farm jl miles from Springfield good improvements well fenced and watered n tonplke but near plke Price 826k 230 acre farm 1l miles for Springfield on ihe pike good improvements of every kind Well fenced and well watered PriceTjMo 150 acre farm 8 miles from Spring field qn the pike good small house and barn large tobacco barn fans rabstly in grass price 50per acre 200 nero farm miles from Spring Held on the pi1 hlliln comfortable house on the farm welltwatered aod fenced price 30 per acre 240 jucro farm 6miles from Spring field un the pikt small house aod barnfarui well fenced good deal of limber land lays well price 825 per acre f 170 acre farm 10 miles from Spring ul good land fairly good Improve iiieiit price 3700 200 steno farmVj miles prom Spring field on pike firstclass improvements of every kind good land well wateredt price 845 per acre 150 acres of land 4 miles from Springfield up improvements 50 ceres of creek bottom price 30 per acre J 275 acre farni 5 miles from Bards town on pike good land firstclass improvements lays well mostly in grasspriee 4250 per acre 60 acres of lahd 5 miles from Spring field on Pleatfant Ron small bouas and barn good well lays well price 830 pet acre 185 acre farm 8 miles from SprIng- field good house and b4rn some timber well fenced and watered price 30 per acre 70 acre farnj 4i miles from Springfield on the pike good house and barn 10 acres creek bottom good well and milk house farm mostly in grass price 1500 135 acre faring nines rroin Spring fieldon the pike nice new frame house 6 rooms r flood new barn good tenant house on place two good cisterns Price 930 per acre 240 acre tarm 2 miles from Spring Held on the pike good house and ban farm well fenced and watered Price S25per acre U5 acre larm fine land good im provements well watered and fenced price 35 per acre Lt ig with three leaves andI another in straight rows Take iltit a4whijilo the needlework is of iheVerv best Mr Simmers wears a pair of boots which he purchased in 1867 They are un ike thso which are made now being ofa superior quality in every respflCi Record There arc thousands ot people suf fering untold torture from piles be cause of the ptpjlar impression that they caunot be cured TabiersBurb eye Pile Ointtaeut will cure them and the patient wlllremaip cured Price 501 inbottles tubes 75 cent Haydon LIFE IN THE I NORTH WEST If you bav any Idea of chang lug your thcationzo into the Northwest where life is worth livIDgiIt is the ciomingjempire of this Country Climate and elevation ire found in great variety and land will never be as llow priced igain as It is now For fuming inlit riMng and grazing no portion of fjur Country equals it Irrigation makes the farmer fin- dependent where irrigation Is practiced and the finest irrigabe parts of our Country are in Mon taaa anrJ4iWa hington The towns and Cities are all growing rapidly in the North WPS Let me know what you Want and we wil rvt6t help you Tfherearpal sos ifr places and kinds of latd i i Ua North tern fifatef through fthfcbtbe North rnPztclflo ru Dint WI1U1til ithst4otlito tt go Low iettlars Rates art in effect during Sptomb r and October Wntij to ne whre v1lltetl10uw1at CJAS CiBBB Get 0swa Aeentp Northern Pacific RSLPil MilD wne kiderys- Whenifa re fat cted life is in danger sai Dr Aberncthy tberreat IjMsUtk fbyjrfclan FdleytlCldney cure makes wound kidneys For sale by Hairdo I I4fk I i IjiljiWljljWWiiYiYii ii M1 YiYiwYi wA if fi e I IrII i i r dosefigures rhouseit raiidajote AHJ IIauanLnrJ IfoizirgII jg You must remember is near at arid ii r ij n IB grass of all 0r IIIW6 make aSpecialtyI of Northern SeelS Oatst ofJ 54ia4 THOMPSON GRBEN1t 1SPRINGF1ELDrkYLLgl 0 ffttHOf i Men or oak Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays to use the stu tt hMen ofoak are men In riggediealtfi men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials thildhodis the tinieto lay the foundation far a sturdy con stitution that will last foryearS Scotts Emulsion is the right stiff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the grow of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy consti tution Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York 5Oo and 100 nil druUJ8t FAThOF HINDOO GIRLS pual Rnjpoota Co ft Their Ihi vli ten to De nrdercc CnpuelsMmonk iptte l ms Blouary rprfc In Xc tjsl w ary of Hindoo f inlly llfo r marks tLt It Is vury dliealt for parents to makC ad vantagcoifs matches for their daugh ters The Hindoos therefore find a means of rlddlug tliomselrcs of too many daughters ky them It is a well knOWs rt that Hindoos of high birth those who arc celled rnjpoots caused their daughters to be put to death after their birth by men specially engaged to do so This crim inal custom had become so general that In IS40 In the vii lages of the Allans Ld district there were only three girls under twelve years of age and three years later In fDetobeen put to death The English government has very naturally passed e laws against this abominable crii but to evade them the Hindoos allov their girls to live until the qge of twelve after which they do away with them by ad ministering poison In small doses artIapd some minute Inquiries It trapsplrea that in many bunII s ally between fourteen and fifteen1I jeoix and that not according to own choice but by the will of their parents which js decisive An Indian family of good rank could not keep an unmarried daur ler It would not only be a puLLi shame but also a vi e against nell glon To procure Jni lmnda for thOBe Who have not jlroudy found them there ate a numr r Brahmans old and decrepit called Mqlln Brahmans frLi so about with the one Object of going through the ceremony of the eve steps1 with as many young girls as they can uon receipt of a litterIward leave the courrv and perhaps never see them agaiu Fall Mall Ga rettc UNTINQHHbNOCEROS 1 Tie icniiur at a D iThiao on the Bank of Ue Xlle iI waaft dasblng along confident that the rhino must be tAt ahead when Zo jwanji wjhlstled I could see nothing till he pointed out the brute lying quite close to me The un beating on her mud caked hide made it blend so pcr ectly with the red earth and yellowish grass that I should hro walked right up without seeing her She sprang to her feet We both fired She made a short dash tow1rd u but tbbught bot ter of It and rushed down a small slope on to a flat bed of short reeds Here she turnedagaIn add drflcd us Again the heaVygnns mart She pu xound qnd rOund several tiauv staggered re stoplowevcrcracked and In a wild chorus of thank lul yells she toppled over rose again spun round and Dually subsided Into thegrflss We went up quite close to finish her She fought bard to rise and haveu last charge hut the little pencil lIke bullet again sped on Its sad errand find the game old relic of prehistoric times breathed her last We were sad men as we gazed upon her grotesque nilssnnpcn form Somehow one feels uch a blatant upstart la the presence of the pachydrrma WheW one thinks of the unbroken line that tales back ua clianged into the unthinkable ages of the pastEwurt Grogan in Ontlng 1i t SFr24r1f t jiid we can afford to sell them S dui i TOW rfull of some tf the latest fbifest yehiQles on the maMket Wit1tJt 0 ih Jiand have seeds J kinds I right ngpoVers mirderlng wventythree nn u j1f T cEMENt u t isIILJROU GH LUMBBRiC DRESSED LUMBE- RAsHandDocRs a t 6 f b aI C aj5a LTH arldSHINGLJEr fi It 5SaIy J F fhing in the btirdin gI neat tHtS Ng i E0 LUMBER Cs Yard i J t CALLAND GET PRIt E51T t j t=T TtcASSS 1l wJJ J 1 t lMi t BElNP SIMMS JOBNfihJAfjC 1t1 J taW 4fr FRJkNK SlMMShC0r4 h1vory Feed aM Sale SMIt iS atjSNew and Btylisli Rigs an l goi Hqrte pecial outfits for travelling men driY0dS8 i trial Comfortable atalls ndod tiyi ient for hoarding horses cS rHONET75 sINGLD xt k i 1fSr x M Snyder TrtaOrerOfthe Ulyn East nd AttftaK f1fwOfriCft wtJd pay IMrc tkMl R Ie thdrhqlth t would have ro Mm wiVes mothers and daughters tat W4key would observe results they WeaH dfthat the doctors prescription V ai1perform the nuny cures they are jrft credit for 4i coniulthi with mvdrutbtMadv- iMd HcHrus Vfne of 6r ufw4 JoN Iltcknrau tt sadie tee an4 have every rewon tI hank htai far anew lifeopcncduptemawItherekealliWino I l mezutruaifuhctions and is a moat aa Ltodishing tonic for women It nracaitysupreesed toofrequentirrgs ulsrandpaurful menstruation Mhng of the womb whites and flooding beipfuIwlieitapproaching womw- hood durlDiJanC7after child birt8 Itfze quenily brings a dear baby tohomes Allch1tggrof Citlui tWI NE CARDalc tine or uc ai HHnn Th0 r larkable Instinct of the znudr fish to roll himself In a ball of mud whcu the dry season approaches Is at wbiiiJerful provision of nature Intend ed 6olil It would scemr to preyent thc extinction of the species The mostIn tcrcgttn tact about tills flsli Is that It Livnthcs my means of its gills w eplI pleaulfiluugsdorll1g of mqnt IIi the mud cocoon Changed VJ vr lies dreadfully disagreeable ailboorish 1 utftottmy dean H edtQlMi jutieIsnolonger UoVll that SWhy sincei he has beceaie fa e we hove decided to onsl4et kteJS1libtfuils eccentric aM Chicago Post RekUTe IpsIs 1 uAnd you really thin that tin tfrtM loal boss of yourjrty k a gr t c innn than Henry Olayr Well aMwertd tljit cmiM K S t wout xact1TTH bithi hai a great diet weep l H k the people with whoa I 4adIgtMwiMM at peseeutW1hla1tO l j SS L niiiuts aaJ GrYt44 Pleatsthat to a pine tretrgrow tratgbt srA-PlAnt that curves atMt pseAls bec lIrtWIt take the onebJ HIt Some flower stalks rOry cvrimvty guided by the traTltattaat iaait TIMi tItefeISwith Its compact te1e4 ftw rk e bntas the fioweofesstheM ifcbii Iclcfce to the top aM brifN tIN ai tube Into a roughly borkoaitai paaklaa where It shows bmB bright ealiga crown to attract tfMt Jiit Jh r vlBits of 41cblIt dcfiaaa rJattUteM jtlpiv rhe flowers aw j iiiTgV rghtposifton b1Hgr TttWand they Increai aUtkhMf wM cular bend tbelr fMM Mli iright position i attaJJHC t JdXacOne aYIt said Tarjstlit hM 1lem101sceJ We waa Tlac 1snotllkeraeic4tath y Workhe reaaarkwl fa ak OIjeiast- oot f Walieetfl UUt Pardon Ibarp jMkft fftt stein is not Goetkeibt iJdNo matter j bar eH seitse et these authers bat I pirssdtili fvpklt better titan ttoMwb Hew by hart t il 2 UWhat cwklJnyr i Ckeerfui P t1 t1 l1Jl 1Jil1ithinkilipell IPa t rObyKWrtrlL caa Jed oal Xoei4 IIfJR ihundred cases like yeses s tayariably k5I LAaWJYtwe di jiW UJMtreste4 nIsetyss cuss rae of them Wky as ryou camt dJk yiM try t Th1bs- kiiabi abo t std rsVv it WexIebasaerb4isaeirps seJs5bsi- J i StpIM5Lrbeeevatoi perattteobssy1 erf U bItIllacdiM bird makes I ISLILtints the pole Jm1 lb bsp fe- etreasaidwrebo tI SeSlitheiIY a4E tIit aeaaa y aaAkl- iar1 M h 4ttj td- rjsrwi5 It afiilit rnas Osbisnine W as usunaajt Partlaad Orttjoala p i r i F w iiiiU1TI J IOINT PINTIST V PAIN II d i waxi+Itl1 Work stricti- f dII il1 W LAliPiN ittOFFICE Ja S S8 iiQrJJLD Y i uz4Dr RiHbrt foz- a4Ir muss orPopi DepOit 94 as3boiirs12to2p I cfiIY- iJt TLAW1v A1OftN BV OJiDLD KY S 14lkshI1iU om CcHimlT Court day in Ocb st MwMlay Oct 27 oI4fte to tiJf bIgheIt bid dcry rtiMeaco in Sprin 4eld p iteitt on Doctor strtet arid the eQf 1J9 aie ti r ThecrIbPPuier tiiro good ciMera barn a da111I1t bttikU Tirabiiade knowri 1en4liL I 11rJ t1xPi IWiII 1 J 1J J W a f V u1SvAt RayyiCfstct Furm two iotLebanon I ill sell to btcWr iOuTBIB If 1802 tMfoUo1Viagk mniw Twtv 7ear1inga1v tE LC tCQanty Me tyir1ing r cplltw t1fye uck1ig- J colt 1 Gainfcta WftKtiartarHair cOJt 1 Gambetta WilMswbkling c iiiackL1Bg e4IV Coenty Member 2 yarKkl colte v broo4 r 4ilbc1 thes i Jtr1 Jf young Work muks i vearlingraq1e 15 tiioroughbred ewes a nice lolfof hognd pigB a fine lo pfbttled r haoy Vncallmy f r of ipitaTt Capt T D English will be l the auctioneer eriJwBlbretmonths with i negotiable wife 8J t At tIe IfTnieI willoffe Joi alfBy4armknowua8 Bariw vieW F8TER RAy H f 4fl1ffASIY non fiI JJIIiwvu ijSale of Land and Stock I i willp j TiaBday October 14 S02t3fyVJ Salle my larmTiud stock to tb highest and best bidder said faring lies 7 mi ey HOtth pi SpcijHjfieid and onetialf wtefro if ecblandand Lincoln nt tnjike arm consIstof 10i acre good dwelling house a ibclc btraand other buildings abottibacreYnlgras8 20 acre iin t ttMawlabout SO acres of jt cep kind is wen wateredd aind fosI Also offer for saje 1cows i jr1i g 4eife 1 jrtarliHf steer 2 calves 1 bay I wrtrfSojHjipr el ware one 8 yMir ottt geldimg one mife antic colt lOsbottkr farming imple A H tal T re Aade known on day of MItt For iarihec iafprmation J r Mr n Walker tt J MJ Ky tr P4HIcCeditorstji Now kfcereby given to the cre 1 Mk1y thkt 1 f11lioa Miiray October 25- 1gOiM4LMmyj ocet receive 44isi agaibsi the estate Pi tlje ld iT We1dJanany cretij1iflgi to present hw i ci4yrjId a required bj wI ato1otWitbin three t months thereafter shall be IeecPd9vc wived his rights i1nypr ftbe aMigned estate WFgmGSBYjfo it Assignee uf S H Weakly 4 f NroticC i t nwiigtotb withdrawal ol- i fI JR WIitrton front the firm 6f W6tion i4 aywitbecomesi i t ii tijitHtaU old accountst I tbt b be sMt1 iawl pin jipasscihl I AY Ti 6 ttiUfi rEDp aT es lL1 ss Last ulW I izWUIN 5 at Beech h roi I- ntumII =W rcoYei- f t J 4Si ir CL t f lJllrm b zt l 3IdS at t t J IrnM1P11bJo lilHTQWNaC iii i mimiil Local IIaII of interestt1 rit t ami t tII Ail AbtYornItirids aad qaItaci Go to OWRagsnf 5or f sflryPure bi A iice I JratCJr I i NewahIwrsps and eoatsfo ladies Mansfields tA lull line of pickling spices lctnb Jtdnd at1 w H gaQ8 i pCorrect lo prjces J14tl4 d shoeslCdthemaUi fields ii All kinds Of produce boughtf nd sold Gash if referred iC WHagan Just iil liewpattelJlSandi r ready tolwearsatMrs Kate ti Williams i MirEA Cox the photogra her wilibe iiirdreensburg next weekfrom the J8th to the i7th J j FOR KALU At my store near pfbAll of thejatest styles irf fall andwmor hats on at a iciJ 1 dim Now iiiiQuiaila puici1er iinegaryoucangetit at 25 cts per gallon r1ft CWEagan q J 1T1nBtpMg ilpr anything you may wjHl3ikttp grocery line His ioclc is complete 4 ftg v I v 1i i4IPickliril sewson is on Now doQfeforgettUat C WH gan LsWhitethe bH I YnndCOtllw 1 strdaytoa1tend the ceremony the unveiling of the soldiers monument at that glace t i Dan Spalding died at the home of his brother Joe Spald ing Wednef ayVmprningat about oclock after a long iilne8SWof typhoid TfeveiJ The deceas as 18 years of age and a son ytt JblrMartin Spalding pf Lebanon e had been In Springfield for bout a year employed dn the cigar manujlctiiix of hiijbrother He was a young man who bad made many friends during his life in this place His remains were taken to Lebanon yesterday and the funeral will take t place from vSt Agustines Catholic church that place thig morning Mr Welsh Jones aged 60 years nda I lyell known citizen nf the Pleasant Grove neighborhood died at his home on last Sunday after a long Illness pf Brights isease The deceased was a native of Mercer county where he was formeny 4 known as a wealthy and influentialacitizen He moved rlth his family to this ounty about eight years ago son and five daughters survive him The deceased was an old soldier and served with distinc tion in the Confederate army during the late war His re mains were taken to Harrods bvrg for burial and tbe funeral jwas largely attended byold atnay comrades and other friends and acquaintances of the de ceasedV The excursion train that left here Sunday mprningjpr Louis yule was the scene Pf a shooting Scrape between r two negrqesjtisl i befpre the tram reached Bards dwn kWill Richards a little yellow CQmwhQCBnie here i hoit timenKoanjwhfbas1ee working in a local birber shoj shot and badly wounded Boh Clayton anpther negro who ha been with tIe gang telephon linemen who have been makin repairs on the telephones line about town There are conflict ing reports as to the history 61f he occurrence Some say that the two men were scuffling when the pistol bwas in the hands of Richards was dis charged accidentally1 and the ball struck Clayton m the1 mouth Others who wefe witnesses appear to think that the shooting was done intentionally Richards succeeded in dodging the officers o lthe train andI rent on into Louisville It ii 1Midthe excursion as far as Barms owa which is his hoie lTbej ttHod earn was taken ito 1epherdaviilc where ftQ I5 t eporta he was doing well the uTo1iG8i 1 r riiett extractedISuit Brought oredIwas killed by a Louisyiile Nashville train at the crdssirig on the BIoomfl ld roadjustt below tow on August 4th lat has sued the railroad company for damages The suit has been fflE4by Messrs John WLexvas and L H Thurman as uttorneys and 25000 is the amount named 1in the petition and sought to be recovered to compensate fori the loss of her husband by the plaia tiff The circumstances of the accident are still fresh in the mLnofthe peopleof thidplace Ilughes was a veil to dp and respectedColored man jiving in the lower part of the coun1t4Je started down the road ofc the aft rnoa of August 4th tiviiig a horse in a break cart with Eliza Eden a colored woman on thesetwith him While cross ing the railroad track the train came upon them and sirnck the cart throwing Hughes violently against a pile of rocks dashing his brains out The Edelbn wo man saw the train in time to get outof the cart before it ha l gone onto the track l liMJTS Arena Petcp Dead Mrsv Arena Peter an old and h1h1y respected lady of bel M icftville nei hbornood died suddenly on Wednesday after- n4onOct 1st of hemmorage ot thie lungs Mrs Peter was alone inj her home when she died she having been attending to her household duties and had just finished serving dinner to a num b4r of work hands on herlarm Rev Hobbs and Mrs Oceneth Per called at the house at abputothree oclock in the after nbdn and found the old lady lyingdeadon the floor of her room The deceased was a woman ot fine character ajd enjoyed the esteem ol her many friends and acquaintances She was possessed of quite a large estate and managed herown business affairs in a Capable ihinner Sbnvrhe wjidowof andLivas69 years olu ir J B eter the well known live stock man is her only living child ler other two children varEow dead were Mrs Salle Yan sey the flrsb wife of Mr J S 5Tankey and Mr Frank Peter tvhojdied about twelve years ago eaviag a son and a widow who is now Irs Harry Brown ot Leb anOn Mrs Peter was a Miss Shewmaker daughter ofithe late Uriah Shewmaker The funeral sermon was preached by Rev W F IVauglin of Harrodsburglat the Methodist church at Mackviile The in terment was at Peters cemetery near the latter townf Sale Dates Cl Imod Below is a list of sales to beheld by persons who have adver tised the fact either in this paper or by hand bills printed by us Oct 11P C Cleaver dwelling Chouse and business house in Springfield Oct l4Mrs Nannie fy Walker farm and stock sale this county Oct 15Mhurman iitzSld stock graine Oct 15Mattie Boy efelr Val ley stock graiq etc pet 16 Foster Ray Rayview Stock Farm and livestock Marion county Oct 18Edelen Simms live stock grain i etc at Tommy McElroy farm Oct 21Cunningham Adams stvk tgrain etc tthis county Oct 28John W Kelly live stock Jivefgram etc Oct 27Mrs Tanniej Simms residence in S ringfieid Nov in U Gardiner house and miirproperty 4 miles from Loretto j FOIsi On iny place near y4lley Hill Ky on October 15 jatojne oclock Sbrpioiie shorthorn cow and calf two traded heifers one Jersey cow J one stack of oaU 10 barrels of oldcoixL1 head of sheepi ont feuggy t tsideaddles hpusehold atjd kitchen iurniturei 2ti SlAaJTliiBoyLE I I H ILHORD DISTiOnICE BBU o no tArrnaBentlylocted SPRINE1F1ILD t F PONAL rMrAOMfElroy was in Bardb YtIbMrs J L Wbartpn has returned frrm a visit to Louisville Mr Ben F Simms was In Louisville the first of the week a I H TburD1 attended the Hone Show at Louisville last week 0Mr8 Charles b Gates of Louisville Ik visiting relatives here this week IJ Ji McCabej is in Lexington this week attendingjthe trotting meeting Mr F P Ban beny of Louisville is here this wee shaking hands with old friends Mrs Settle Nichols has gone to Bardstown to make her home with hdr son Dr Tfadmas Nichols QMessrs Matt Wakefield and Lud McKay pf Bar town were visitors at be W M bur ett home Sunday MI8nd Mrs John tf Greene were in Perry ville tie first of the week to visit friends and to attend the cele bration OhIcagoIsexpocted guest of daughter Mrs G d Wharton herI Rev and Mrs J W Carter wero here last attend the funeral of Mrs grandmother Mr Arena weelto Mrs Joe and Mrs John Durrett of Ncison county visited at the home ofJdr and Mrs W M Durrett last wek Mr Frank n Noe and wife left KyIa coal mining cOn nyIRev t W M Stalllngs formerly ofI this place now pastor of Three Forks Baptist chare in Garrard county Is visiting relatives here this week jMr Gruudy who is threatened with typhoid is noI better and a trained nurse from Louisville is attending hiJIlI Mr Oscar Curry is down with a severe attack of fever but is getting alongI as well as could be expectedj Mrs Cr R Grundy who has been quite s ck with fever is improving r John Sh ck McElroy Jr is convalescing from aspell of fever Miss Carrie Edelen who has been quite sCKia much better Notice The undersigned will on the first Tuesdajy in November 1902 apply to the Honorable Board of Commission ers for a parole from the Penitentiary where I ain now confined under sentence of two years being charged with horse stealing nod convicted in the Washington Circuit Court in May 1902 BEN SPRATT For Rent 0Fourpleted situ4tedou Doctor street Apply to John G Shader ti Lost i 0On October 2 between Beech land anq Brents store a small tobacco sa kcontaining from 18 to 5 he finder will be re warded and will do a kind act to a poor man by leaving iit at Trents store or notify me at Willisburg 0Jou REDDICK Sale of1TpWn Property On Saturday Oct 11 1 will at public out ry sell to the highest bidder my duelling house in Springfield now occupied by M L Searcv and will also sell on same day my business House now occupied by Ed M Russels- jewelry stjore and others t Terms made known on day of sale PC CLEAVER QJEEtN QUALITY FOR I LADmSWEAR I I THiSESTSHQEt For sale by 1 I IGlIAp r 3RI LUi rSpHn 1 1 t t 1KOKD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT i A sleek looking man drfvibgafine team fi tto jchples will call on you with a JUopking i n I Range and use aU the talk arid strategy tpossible to sell you a Range If you watt yaRange aliweask is that you cometo Iour store andif we cannot show you a i 1 tbetter Range for Jess money then youicati buy from them We Have the RangeiV that knocks them out and it is larger ardLbetter andlast of all we can sell itcheaper J4 i r l iiitjH up your hom and guarantee itin V ftveW particular Cone andsee white f 4 G r fhayeNandi also see pur line Of Heaters and 1 G 0Cook toves Beware Beware of the i G Range Peddler 0McELROY SHIJLTZ r Aeoodleokiac bon 4poorlook Ing liorneii fSsi0fn4bfaco Eureka Harness Oil BAdIMharesIithISOftftfld MloatIrLhwn1I5TAMAKD OIL CO Your Horse a Chance The magistrates of the county met Tuesday and Wednesday for the regular term ftbe Fis cal Court Claims against the county were received and pass ed on The usual number of claims from physicians for giv ing nipdical aid to the poor people of the County verepresented and sqme pf the claims were cut down aid almost cutout by the court thereby causing long and vigorous protests from the doctors A large dumber of claims were passed onTbeel- ection of a Keeper ofilie county poor house resulted in choosing Mf Moland Derr the pre e incumbent for the posi tion for another term Mr Frank Keene was elected poorhouse commissioner LANDSrttC I will offer for sale to the highest bidder County Court day Monday Oct 27 1902 at 2 oclock at the Court rouse door the property of the heirs of Mrs W R Thompson consisting of 60 acres qf land llocated three miles from Springfield on county road oneturtbmiles from Willisburg pike good four room house small barn farm well fenced and 4in good state of cultivation Terms icash Remainder in I and 2 years For further particulars call on G C Wharton At the same time and place I will offer for sajje the house and lot of Mrs Nannie Simms loca ted on Doctor street in Spring field Ky LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending October 19027 Miss Vizzella Baker Miss Katherine Bowman 0KBaker Mrs M G Baskin M W Blain t Miss Fannie Crockett S E Davis Mrs Lulie Edelen Mr and Mrs Richard Filletreau Miss Hattie Gumassur Mrs Ida Goatley MrGeoHill Mrs Flora Hamilton Mrs Lou Hustar Mr Willie Johnson Mrs Mary Lee Mrs Lizzie McCl in Mrs Jas McGuire Ike Nealls Miss JouiePolk2 Mr A Robinson Mrs Cal Summers s ThompsonW Mrs Kate Willett Persons calling for these letter tfll please say advertised and give date of list Wl A Waters P M PUBLIC SALE G 41 C GShlG n Tom McElroy place 2i miles GvilG SATURDAY t OCTOBER 18 Beginning at10 ocloekapJG seUto the highest bidder the following MULES 7 large Nsork mulesGcG from 4 to 7 yearsokl 7 two year old cotton mjles all rbroken 11 yearling ul s coltijHOlimed horse two familymares G hi foal to jack one mare Dutch witfrfsuckling colt by ContyMember mare by Pancosfc mare by Sutherland G G4vearG nCAand calves 2 yearling steers1 one Shorthorn yearling bull about 15 yearling heifers and 15 2yearolds G SOw and 6 shoats about 500 n barrels corn in crib some clover seed one large riclt of clover ayAlJ sorts of farpiing im plements iincluding Deering GtorsG nticlesJoGcasbn of 6 months will be given Negotiable I note bearing 6 per cent G interest required n EDELEN SIMMS Whayne Campbell Auctioneers PUBLIC SALE t AfeJlGG At the farm known as the GSprIngfield G turnpike we will offer for sale to the highest bidder on Tuesday October 21 beginning at 10 oclock a m the following prop erty n Four brood mares two 2year i old broke mules 3 yearling horse = mules one mule colt one pont 23 head of sheep 6 good milch cows 5 heifers 4 yearling steers ffve steer calves 3 weanling heifers Shorthorn bull 8 sows and pigs 200 barrels of corn shucked in field 400 shocks of fodder and about4 tons of clover J5 bay one fmlck binder one mower grain drill wagon and other farming implements j Terms of sale Sums of under 10 cash Over that amount a negotiable noto for 15 mouths bearing 0 per c6nt interest re j quired CUNNINGHAM 1ADAMS S M Campbell Auctioneer jj Headquarters for country proo duoe of all kinds Also a fullii line of fruits 0 WHagan ToTeachers and Trustees The Fourth Congressional District Educational Association i convenes in Springfield Friday and Saturday October 17 apd 18 1902 Please come and bring a well filled unqh basket for Fri day as dinner will be served in the hall on that day The honor of our county is at stake and we desire a full attendance The trustees of other counties have given the teachers this day and we feel confident that the trus tees of this tiounty will be equallyas magnanimous There should not be anab nt teacher in the county YoursTruly J W BUSH Snpt ull Coffee atln ICROWNED KINGXsr elElaHAIpM8 x psls 0Lion King of Coff Pit fc uy me It for QLNot glwd 11th say 0cHp axiOM cOlUi YSf lOWia Wk 1 a e iWe Invite YHirlnspectkmI l IMMENSE STOP t SJ We call ypur jesgecialt attention our great variety of Drefes Goods 1 f xJ 4 jnehaU wool checks at 40c J ftinch all wool figured bifc goods 438 inch all wool venitians hlk and and colors 50 f v i 38dnoh all wooll ibalines black thtf V1SI l I56inch 5150 Meltons bIk and colors Ito 52inch Wool CorduroysSI50 4 52inch all wool Hop Sackings bI8ek iti = and colors 8125 i 54inch Snow Flake KnickerbOcker 8125 V t 524nchPeblikQheviotsb1k onljJl t A great varietjf of Waist Cloths JTbrnw I2ic to 325 per yard 100 peices Outings 5c to 20c 50 peices ManrielJetts Tie to 12tirJ Largest stock of JMens and W6mjenr I Underwear and Furnishing Goods I f trF1iLL l INT R ever shown in Springfield Our stock f ofsmall notions is eamplete See our new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist bets Belt Pfris Metal Chat lain Bags Baaed Chat lain Bags Cushion Covers etc I still lead in fine Shoes with Manns forVmeiV and Drew Selby 001 iiWe Shoes for Women and Star SheCQf Shoes for Children If you have never Seen them call and siML them r Weare sh wing an elegant line of Cloaks Jn N ew Markets Monta Carlot 34 Jackels etc lENS AMD BOISS ftfB AND JYERCOAtS T v Mens all woo S1J ts 5fMens Prince Charles Over ats 6 v YorithsWpol Suits Youths RaglaxiOvercota2Q ChUdrensvvoQl three piece Sluts 3tChildren1 Wool two piece Suits Sa Children sVester Suits 150 Special Bargains J1 MensCoatr a Vestsjn M Odd Pants if I We still boast of oni CARPETand RUG iiUPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT If you need J aoythipK 11 this lipe dont fail to visit us We are giving the JBlue Rebate Stamps to oack j buyers Dont fall to call for them They are valuaWt f I Cullnillghajll fi Duncan j iiijiijWwwwijjijiYnlwAiwWt 1f I fine Bluegrass Earn- sFOHSKLE I t We have for vsale more than fifty farms of various sizes andfofmost any price suitable to the purchase T iese S farms are well located and moet ot tbeiri are well improved Soi o1 3 them are fine bluegrass farms aMl + 3 contain several hundred acrti 1JG will take pleasure in fiirni5lilng iinfoa mation to prospective buyers ij writing he careful to give prffe a character pf iarm desired IINelsou Real Estate cJ t BARDTOWN KY mM OCTOBER I1- I OCLOCu PM- LIii rrnUB t TJ4U MAN ff F1TZGER7LD t1 Wii viLIl Thurman having sold his rcakHpwii M Place we will on said farm on Wednes4ay3Otole t 1 f 14 fi i beBipninjr at 1 ocloch pmt bfftr for ialtp t4bLlI I otr personal property coesistluof t 4 91Goocl Yearliinsrr Wuli 491ead of Nice YearlIng Steers 3WghGrado Angus BulhQatvss iJAome 111gb Grade AnO c lThJeE yLitares a spiedi lo 9Cb =InS O5 thoroughbred CetI1r WhiWa L ayabout50 9911 of COf1I Iaerib a fw esii TEIMSO5 sJEIlI avi4 IJI over flo ltk oi csritvmoatbiTHUJ o l La i rRt6I M i cMIl JUMfeUii tiktit dif f tidSitardyfrt17l r t MrtDAY MORNnjpv H oclock it otmlf Mitfc ti K jjivotiona1 Eier ises rtYt yrcPiUif 1tFro ForLh Con reEslona- 1DishtctO MBniidburyi Shep J1 erdsviliebfe f TrYashington cqutfy od4ity ot SpriagfiedT Scott 1Ia7lS R sponse presidentI 0Cr wordc i Enrojitnent of members DAY AFTERNOON 130 Principles Above party W8ford SilpprEatflPVflIe Pipe r Our Heritage and Our HcMoses E Wood Horse ciilartssL C HubbartL Vhe Education Demanded by t MdiKrii Life Joel H Pile iDs l1rr Gieeral Discussion 20 minutes fiwic Wfett Gonslitutes a Prepara tict toTeacbO B Grant Sf leSow canxSVe secure the needed ic11 lifgislation during the c HXt1 General Assemby Supt S j Gr McElrdy Lebanon Ipapils Keadfrig Circlei sWH Strange Munfordville fere of the Teacher Charles E cGlure IrvinKtbnf luDAYEVENNG8OC1OCktU RectationMiss Rose Cl aVer sgiBgfield Music SSdressr Chancellor J J3g- Kirkiandl Vanderbilt Upfyersity Mtiic t ATURDAY MORNING 930 4USi ghilosopl y of History Chas aridwell Solitude Caper Philosophy of Hit Efi Olcott Elizabethtown ConsoidaUoni of Rural Dis trtsandTransportaLion of the ilsW B tArno1d Superin tetidenl Meade Cou uty Schools general Discussion lled by J It cSjleL5tchfield Nus i Phi Reward of the Teacher Mi e Lizzie Gr bam Greensburgrro h4J1j qu1a iJg a FinanciaIinvest mtat George W P k4ebrtaon unction jjjMiosic k wliScellaneous Business Adornment 4tSPringtiehl opens wiHe her has pitble dooraudiJs youwe1 feornej Stlcome undake thts ItI record bfealiiujj meeting Tiirsuaj rate yf one and one tnirijare have beeu ai ran zed With tue railroads uurt8iertlfict Cro your home agent Drop usa posjJJso that Vc nfivy arrange f rV rent rtai sentt Address J W Bush or j P Grigsjby ISprtn fleld Ky f Very Rspectiully t JV busH Chairman W F iuGSBY t w IF HTriBS Cmmtteegu Program 4ig i l itIkPrkes- iLsFridatyM vnl0Ifiune leceived a dispatch from iMr PhUlp JSindtg of Yortc Pa Jto buy iie two best t air of mules 11 fin vKenCucky Mr Teruune cc JRiijrM hint thattiey wonld cost a Ipileof i money The aiswe as to buy dew Hliiey cost j2000 Mr T in coiiipany i It Ie tfn t affllctio l for a woman to save kz face dfiguired by pimples or any form of eruptive disease It makes tier morbid and sessitive and robs her ofsocial ajm eat Disfiguring crup Uo are caUSed by iinpir blood and are entirely cared by the great blood p rifyim medicinebr Fierce Golden Medical Discovery It removes Train the fefeei the poisonous impurities which l awe disease ItperfedIy and pernian UyaV scrofuloaa sores eczema tetter boUf Dimple dother eruptive diseases waMo are cawed by the bloods v iatpority It iacmiel the action of ti the MoodmakiHjj gland and thus in 0 cmiia tbf vffr PC pure rich blood ucsbeoyiitaii4aba1fmyfacejyaeiy Adewa eT ii4 West Math Street BatUecreek Isy a with doe MJ Jt Titto1JIten fee u but re eired so benefit At list I read one pryour J rt n n Ui ai P n aad obtained a bottle iirees Golden Medical DUcoverr Be 7lfcW k4 tea oat bottle of tills medicine If aekae ad alter takSri three bottles e Wrelrctit d r can welt recomtaead- Br MenefTMdM Medical Discovery to any asliilrly icted J XJIc asls xtotTre for wtbstitatipa is to 4 t rvsmit jlitr Mikr to make the little 5ofe prp Id by the tale of less jner lisffsiis aniieiafes Hegauu you lose Ttewtsbre accept no aabstittite for kdkl DieeoTeryJI Bstfplci Conmoa State Medical JiMMr a book cooUjnlf 1008 pages AgtoMApiay Sos Aai ooeceatstampi lefrtTiiiiof gf4fa JlaPllrcOftor31atunP for the vol4 BM boiIIId in clotii Address Dt LV BdaJoiN Z-I T Dizzy Then ybur liver lsnt acting well YoixsufferfrohIlious- hess constipation Ayirs Pills act directly on theliver For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses curelldM rtybebtibruwnorrlchbIackt flVorthowIuninuIIli r j r r r with Jake Brown wnt to Lx ington a d bought Beard 0ir Frofhers pair of preraium mules at 425 aud then went to Dan yiile and purchased from GjentKy Bros thpir blue Jih onpar atj tlje same price The first typ weighed 2780 pounds and the others 2 679 They were shipc ped In acar by themscves whicli cost 100 and the telegraphing ndexpenseof Mr K amoujt eseenJbntlLh vania man 965 TheSkinkcr Roat The St I onia Republic recently of feredaj rfieofj60 In gold for the best poem on the Skinker Road which to be the fain thoroughfare fto St LboiBsjWqrj Fair Mr HeniyClevo land Wood won the prize over82O corn petitbra and has hot only secured the cash prize but many complimentary letters some of which moBt literary people would value moro highly than the gold Here Is what the Poet Laureateof HaVrodBburg POLLY wrofeI I Ahl Poily do you mind the When Dobbin bore a double load And you and I were on the way To Blngin up the SkInk r ROad Tour bonnet caught a briar sprat Tbatpnlled and your balrawry Ifreed youtnJiy awkward way And tberel t dont binsh1ont tell wb Ahl that was manru yenrago UowtInedoea fly when hearts beat true Your cheeks were redaft roses blow Your ryes like diamonds mil de r dew How scenes have changed and faces passed rood hearts groxratill that Wit love beat hff Our heads crowned with snows at last Lifes patb trod With halting feet fVe once again the winding ways We trayeltothe great Worlds Fair Whatl this spot of other ysf And blushing sweetheaTt I declare Henry Cleveland Wood No danger of consumption if yon nse Foleys Honey aud Tar to cure that stubborn cough Sold by Haydbn Reb Goddards Horses Hon W J Bryan recently tookl a drive behind It E G6li dards tine spin of sorrels af Bur gin Mr jGoddard has refused 2400 forthe span Rebs tine 3 year old jRed Lea mare Mary cipturad the premium at the Louisville fair in the roadster ring any age andl also the prize in the three year old harnass mare ring This males18 tirrt and tv second the pretty Mary has won this season Reb God dardhas one ot the Quest stables ofr fine horses in Kentucky as his premiums and saes showHar rod burg Democrat An tcmbnrraiilntr Moment Thfe author of Collections nud Rcc olloctions relates a personal expert cncebf having said a thing one would rather have left unsaid Ercn utter the lapse of twenty years be adds the TCcoHectioii of the sensations of the moment turns him hot with chagrin A remarkably pompous clergyman a diocesan Inspector of schools once showed me a theme on a Scriptural subject written by a girl who was trying to pass from the rank of a pupil teacher to the rank of schoolmistress The theme was full of absurd inls takes ovcrvbJcb the Inspector laughed uproariouslyWell do you thhik of that tie Inquired when I handed back the paper Oh said I In perfectly good faith the mistakes arc bad enough but the writing Js far worse It really Is a disgrace The writing What my writing taidthe Inspector 4fI copied the theme Wt myself A Story of Cervantes Cervantes once gave a proof that his generosity was fully equal to his genius In the early part of his fie he was for some time a slave In Algiers and there he devised a plan to free himself and thirteen of his fellow sufferers One of them traitorously revealed the design and they were all brought be fore the dey of Algiers who promised them their lives ob condition that they revealed the contriver of the ploL II was that person at once cried Cervantes Save my companions and let me perish alone Tlie1 dey struck by his Intrepidity spared hIs life allowed him to be ran somed and pcrmltttH him to go home Cllhgrn joSHs Ml aery Abbe sighed IfiwasI happier when I was poor 4 Well they answered coldly it is always possible for a man to become poor gulniBut somehow the Idea did not seem to impress him favorably Chicago Post The YleWJI81 tjfTMt man 1s extremely suspicious u he thinks every one he sees Is a OdY ekirScter and natu toii It INi nature I suppose Not at all He wears smok4spee clewBaltImbre Herald iiLMe yJJ Miss De Pink wearnyriiilk ItI must need cleaning Its hmf two of three Jiourx Olng that Idst lioilrI Strny Stories JACKS VARN By H IiDAWE8 Copyright by H L aIill About fifteen years a omy chum Bill an me landed In Nq vYork with fifteen mouths pay Jn our pockets We had been mprcn half way round the world In the ship Hooghly an sailorlike we proceeded to color the town with red lead frbmj keel to truck The flrst day wuz Sa rdiiy an I guess our logbook showed that we did our full duty In the pafntln bizness Sunday mornln we spruced up In some bran new togs an laid our course uptown to see the rich folks the pretty gals an the dandies parad In In their fine clothes At last we fetched up in front of n big church mi stood there a spell Us tenln to the music that was playln Inside 1 sez to Bill loots go In an see what its like an hear the music dont think se B IJUthit they want the likes of us Id there This ere appears to be sort of saltation shop but I heerd the preacher at the Bethel say once that salvation wuz free We might hall 4m an praps theyll let us come aboard A gospel man met usj at the gang wtn101d A QOSPEIi HAY PttOTEti US SEAT Beaton the main deck atiout amidships Talk about cds In a trnnge garret Twant ngthln to u3 two Johnny haul tauts stowed alway in a high toned New York church with swell people all round rlggcq up In fine tog gery I cast my eyes about an finally IWell the music pilot about two pints starboard bow Hevwuz actln kinder oneasyllkc as II he waut dead sure how she was heajdin but at last begot his hennas an let her went FIrst there was sotue birds atwit tarts up aloft somowLcres ou the main skysl yard an there they chased stayancrosstrees siugln like bird store let loose Then they wui gone an Bill sez to me Suthin ekecrcd them birds away Jack an I iwispercd buck Maybo the cook shook the tablecloth overboard an theyre i tter the crumbs Theyll be back agin right Then the music pilot kind of cast his eye aloft give her a couple of spokes an we heard n light breeze acoiniu out of the souwest gdntldan softliki Sez I to Bill Light llrceze an passln clouds an Bill sea JAyc aye Jack The pilot laid back Ian took things easy turned over his chart jest takin a tqlllPlainAye hes got nfl the iags on her now ryals skysls an moon scrapers An atunsls addetl Bill Then the music chap got frisky as jf be wuz settin na Lot galley stove an it beguuto breeze up a leetle stroll ger He pulled out some wind Jam m rs on the port hIt an she gave u roll an he fetched up ngln the Ice rail I knowed q smoky souwester wnz acomln for I beerd the thunder rolllif way off like It wuz ijlgh hull down to the wlndard It kcjpt brclz Ill more an more the tbunderj wuz gittin louder an louder an I could almost hear the ole man holler All bands aloft an take in sail She eased up a bIt when the fly In kite an light sails vruz stowed away an tlit old gal wuz njuklu good weath er of it under lower Ijopsls an staysl She wuz Jest abliin Ian carried a bone In her teeth like uCunarder You ouplitiT beera that music tune Even if tWiit scre bIn hard enuf to blow yer hair off wp could follcr that ere tune all the same an it didnt seem to make no Ufrunce how sIte wuz wentberln th squnl pr how much theta birds screeched that music pilot held that iuye tuIlanby through It all He yankedout some more wind Jam rncrs on the lee si4e an the thnisdur rolled an moaned st all the furies wuz loose lin the devil chasm cm the old packet vuzjulgh ou her beam ends an she rolled I calkiluted to see that chap pitch overboard lUll by she eased up a tit an Bill nudgrc me with his elbow an says Jad theyvp got her hove to under a goosi wlnginnln topsl art shefi mnkln good weather of it That wur my idea but I wuz especlin to see the whole out t all1bandaThe the music pllofcast hIs weathbr eye on the chart Jgive her the lower topsls an swung her pn her ourse jHe begun puucniu them wind Jammtiis back ngUi as Ir tic bad no more use for rem an it hi gun to moderate We could hear he thunder dylu away In the nothcbst kinder mutter in on cuttluV as It didnt want to leave The birds come back an we could hear em peep In agiu up on the yardArms Thonjt died out a flat calm an even thje birds begun to quIet down till thieri wuz only oue lee tie cuss leftatwlttjerlnqn thu cud o- the Jlbboom He gIve a tiny squeak an wuz gone h DiP th rlcjliot stowed away hli chartsjan ivent7 below an that part ot the show Wlz over IBillan mejaw tl LgospcI mail when goluf out an J naked him what that tune wu all where1t hailed from 4 He said Bbjsvht bats one of the grandest tunes n natn ever listened to an If thcrc nuy jsou In him q alf that tune will ttudit The name of Ir Is The LostCbbrdL t1Sez 1lki IinoTTltt hauged sight be- tfterHef fetched jicr through It an yqrnlI street a pieces sayln1 hothiu but I wuz doln a big thlnkin XLatmuqlchadmndeaquccr teeUu verm anfornknowid it I wuz Jthlnkln of hoAe an the ol4f folks I remembered what my mother j said jest before Iwent off to sea4that she wiz igoln to pray for night dad he laid his should r nsez Youye meeveryI to come to my boy when to ah Ill leave the shed window un locked foi you eyry night 11 wuz i In kIn of all those things an finally 1 sez to muulm goln Koine to see t14 folks Bill coughed queer r like an sz Som I An we went Well toys I aint much on music beiu only an old sailor but thIS I say If you ever lose your bearlns an your stecrlii tear glts all tangled up jest glt agooI musIc pilot to play that ere tune on a big full rigged organ an If It dont 4t soundins of your wayward soul its cause you aint got anyl Tbl gu Better Left Cnaald Under the caption The Art of Put tlu Thngs au English author has given soine very amusing examples of ofItblmoto escap from a conversational dun culty wa s made by an east end curate who cul Ivated the friendship of me chnnics One d ly a carpenter came to him and said I have brought my boys likeness as you saidVyoud like to have It iIHow good of yon to remember RI said thejcurate What a capital like ness Howlsjie reJefuber Why sir dont you said the carpbnter Hes deadr Oh jies of course I know that replied thp curate I mean hows the man tfcajt took the photograph 1A story Is told of a young laborer who Oaf b8 way to his days work called a the registrars office to regis ter his lathers death When the om 1cmi asked the date of the event the son repledHe t dpad yet but hell bo dead before light so I thought It would save mij another Journey If you would put It down now Oh iut that wont do at all said the registrar Perhaps yOur father wilt live till tomorrow Wcll I dont know sir The doc tor say as he wont and he known what h + has given him ITic Woman With o Baby Cblvjalry will not idle so long as there Remains the wojnan wIth the baby remarked the philosopher Thisj nonsense about the pretty girl always getting a seat In a car is merr twaddl Just look through any car you hri In and you will see the pretty girl wljth the modish gown standing and th dressmakers errand girl with the long box will be seated The prettiest girl In New York doesnt stand the ghost of a chance If she enters a car by the side of a woman with a baby Makes no difference what Jiort of a woman she Is either That Laby Is her passport to a seat In Madison avenue car the other day two young women who looked as If they would have been more at home Ina hansom entered tie car and not n seat was offered At the next cross lug a miserable look woman hobbled in She was fat nd ugly and dirty but she carried babya red faced squint eyed babj too tmmediJ nte13ja gentleman arose from his seat that but he grasped her el bow and steadied her when the car started off ftlU bet those two stunning girls up In front didnt see the beauty of the thing Tbeyrwlll probably add their llttl grumble to the general uproar nboct the selfishness of mauNew York Herald A JUirncoIoua Spring The holy well from which Holy well north Wales gets Its name has been famous throughout the whole country fur centuries The legend runs that St Winifred lived near the spring endowed it with the power of re Moving all ailments and ever since his tory hogan to be writ In Wales hosts of people most of them Roman Oath ulicf imvo Journeyed from all parts inj tao hope of being cured of their ref spuctlvo maladies The spring is sur rounded by a small chapel which h supposed to have been built by Mar caret mother pf King Henry Tbfl candidate for curl enters and kneels on a stone ledge beside the water and thin according to the cherished legend whatever ailed him once thereafter ails him nomore Anyone who visits tlioUttlc chapel at almost nay time In the year will find It full of tbo 1 lame the bait and the blind most them people of the poorer classes nail the villagers of Bolywell tell of eud less miraculous cures that have taken place before their astonished eyes KINGS AND QUEENS The kJng of England who could not speak the language ofhis kingdom was George In the battle of Bosworth Field 148 a king was killed Richard III ami king was crowned Henry VII The motto Dicu et Mon Droit WII first assumed by Edward Ill of Eng land when he took the title of king Of France wasIassumed In England in 151 7 by Jlcnfy VIII The title before that was your grace or your highness for the king or queen William IV was at the time when bo succeeded to tbt throne the first Wil liam of Hanover the second William of Ireland and the third William jrf Scotland tonssuqJeIthe title be king of Ireland The tljlo king of Great Britalp was assumed by James VI of Scotland when he becatuo Tames I of England Richard I was the first to call him king of England Every king frqm Il1elt to Hcary II called hlmsdlf of the English The title was i s sumed by Egbert tbo first icing af England In 828 King of France was a title borne y the monnrchs of England for 432 yeais and when Elizabeth became queen bf lranceassertIng a queen sIte would be king The Spendthrift Once upon a time there wasa spend thrift who made his father very un happy through his profligate habits f My son said the parent you spend very penny that you get ajid twwnlesmakeJ e lings make pounds It you do riot Change youj 1fallfs ot always spcijd ing to hobjts of judicious saving I will not spare thcirod i Tbeadmoilton bad no goodeffectn- the youth and he continued to spchd thS pennies bafbro ihey could ac4u inutnto 1utoshllUns His 1e8polte no more about t ie matter but he applied tthe rod most ylgoronaly to Wm until he howled with pain LMorat He wiKt cpiwda tb pennies wUl stke poMlsNew York Upr aidt I lJ DUMAS ON SNAkeS I carcer1UcBt ofe IItpajaloaii Preach Author When M dq yiliemessant Was found trig Le Grand Journal he wrote toDur mas asking for his assistance Dumas at once prepared a romance In six volume In the pieantime the editor asked him for some articles or cnuse rIejwblch were to Ibe published Imme oUately Iliaye the very thIng cried Dumas I was just about to start on a whole series about snakes OJ- isnakcs1Yes I have the entire subject at my fingers ends 1 spent hqlf my lifevstudylng them Theres not a cpul who knows anything about the dear interesting little creatures You will find It will be a great success this article ThQ editor half con vinced agreed to accept thIs article on snakes saying to himself After all Dumas Is very likely to bit on something effective If you want a little cash iti advance you can draw on me f have plenty said Dumas for lithe first time in my life I confess but- tstUlI really lave enough They parted ami thu editor returned to his ollivc On Arriving there he found Alexanders secretary waiting for him with the following paper ready signed Received the surri of napoleon on account of oiy story A hearty squeeze pf the hand AD The next day the secretary arrived with the first teu1ll ton and a letter which ran My DKT TrlendrBe kind enough to hand the brarcr the sum of 9 napoleonsV A D Tbe very saute evening came a din patch front Havre thI napoheonsthoifoahd thuika A D An hour hiter canje another My Dear rayl should have said not tiara Aou are my best friend Tho fcuilleton Is on the roadA DUMAs The llnn of this capital story Is no less rharK itilrftii The feuiUotou ar rived by p6rton the following day ands ftjis W ctintain exactly tour lines pf 1iiits ct n poaitlou two at flip riniiinx and two at th eild t lcr Titus It rant I copy from my good rlud Dr Revoil the following pniticH tins about snakes Then came n loit iwicty on that subject all copied out Lt nis ivn neat handwriting find cloBiff by this originall remark In my next I will deal with the boa con strictor the most curious of all the snakcsBlack and White BIRD DOGS Some of the Almo t Hamna Work TIee Clever Canines Perform floodIng denotes that a dog is follow ing a trail toward the birds by then foot scent as a man In an analogous manner might follow a flock of sheep by watching their tracks Drawing denotes that a dog Is approaching birds by a scent in the air as a man might follow a flock of sheep by tbe long line of dust hovering over and around the trail Drawing Is con sidered a much superior manner to reading It is commonly marked by greater accuracy quickness of execu tlon and dash of manner Pointing Is the stop which the dog makes when he has definitely located the birds or when he thinks he has done so It is the preliminary pause to accurately determine the whereabouts of the hidden birds before he springs to capture If be misjudges and springs in the wrong direction all his pVln and labor come to nothing In his training he iis encouraged to point but is prohibited springing so that after a time he makes his point and holds It stanchly If by any act willful or otherwise he alarms tbe birds and they take wing It is called a flush If the dog when going up wind oh game flushes the birds commits an error If uu dcr certain circumstances be flushes when going down the wind the error may be excused on the ground that be ing up wind of them It was impossible to scent tljtni and therefore Impossible to know o their presence Outing A Unman Paradox One often hears an amusing para dox such as a brass tin whistle going around a square a home whitewashed terra cotta and an awfully nice thing But it is not a common occur rence to come across a black white man and yet this phenomenon fsto be seen almost any day in New York The gentleman Is said to be a colored minister in the city and although in the distance he bears the outward emblance of a white manmore espe daily on account of his pallid features and gray white hair he is unmlstak ably pf the colored race and what is not the east remarkable is that In consonance with his paradoxical ap pearance he is wont to relish hot ice cream puflsrNew York Times Mnlclnic n Mirror Here is the method used In the manu facture1 of a mirror After the glass has been carefully polished on both sides it Is laid on a firm table usually of stone with upturned edges and one or more sheets of tin foil are laid upon the plate Quicksilver Is then spread over it and at once forms an amalgam with the tin making a re fleeting surface COLLISION WITH A COMET WoelIcollision with a comet or some huge meteor still the fact that such d con tingency lsj3B8ble Is sufficient ground for discussion on the subject and Imagining Companionrbe what the result might torI at a velocity of eighteen miles a see ond while the sun with all Its attend ant planets la tahig hurried on toward the great fiery constellation of Hercu les at a far greater velocIty The very fact that small meteors exist proves the possibility ot the existence In space of meteors of inconceivable magnitude Even great black dead worlds may lie In our path like breakers in the path of a shp jflf ty isilesa second lis not an unusual vcl cHytor heavenly bodies and some are known to move at a speed even In excess of a hundred miles a BtconJ five Jiundred times the JlPeldo a rUle ball Small meteorites Which reach the earth at a velocity of from twenty tfl thirty miles a second are Instantly consumed by the friction generated with the atmosphere Largo meteors however occasionally reach the earth escaping destruction from then slao but refbuad to have their surfaces fused from heat generated by tIle passage through the atmosphere Although it Is not probable still it Ut possible that thp earth may some time encounter stkli a shower of small tears perhaps Ui the form of a comet that the heat pif combustion from fric thou with our ntuvspberc aud tho volSsonous gases thereby generated mIght destroy all ternMtrtal life i t Ancient Llaktnlc Reds The ancients did not have lightning rods csstructcd as ours are but they had llglitnai conductors wblca shows that they knew low to protect themselves ffoui till dnngcr that lies in a thunderstorm liven sO tong ago as the tenth century HghniJ waa dlvert ed from fields hy ip in them long stick or ipoleS outtoj twblctiIwere Jlance heads It Is said Celtic ipldiers used to try tot make thcmseves safe from the stroke dur lug a storm by lyuig on the ground with their naked swontii p udted poInt Upward beside them There wg long ago on the shore of the Atliittlc fva u sti l old known as DuMii castle ou tLfL hest tower J of WIili lucre waS uu iron rod that was iIiIIJ means of tolling when a Btorni Vw apiroachlng In summer A soldier vi 1 always stationed near the od vwLtn the sea had a threatening llook and TUB his drty to frequently t put the Iron point of javelin close to the rod watching fir JTJ spark that wjoulS tell him It was bate to warn the fishermen by ringing a big bell Their Teeth Betrar Them I There is only one feature of an aC- tor which will give him away when disguised In a perfect makeup re- market a young actor and that tea tare Is the teeth Let a man do what be will to his face let him cover It With all kinds paint heard whisk ers and what not bu iic teeth will disclose his Indubitable ludentity di rectly he opens his mouth to speak a line or to emit a laugh- I myself when sitting in the front of a hduse watching other peoples per formances have freqmuly been puz zling myself as to the Identity of a cleverly made up player but no sooner has the said player disclosed his Ivories than I have at once spotted him provided of course be has chanced to be a man whose face I know moder ately well Strangely enough hardly any one Is aware of this curious truth but It remains an undeniablefact nit the same liaising the Wlnd It Seems incredible tit Is nevertheless a fact that as Ue as the 1814 an old woman named Bessie lie of Pomona in the Orkney i theII sbld favorable winds to seamen at small price of slxpein vessel For many years witches wwe supposed to sell the wind The Finlahders and Lat landers made quitS a trade by selling winds Tbe old woman after being well paid by the credulous sailors used to knit three mur fll knots The buyer was told he would haven good gale when he untied ttli lint knot the Becond knot would lug a Irons Wind and the third n tre tempest Irish Times A Sand Tree raistu We are nccnstoinev rrgard and as utterly barren but V ants u tSve to the coast nnnds of Ii la hat lecn enumerated by nntur its whci csti 1tthirhq Her Neighbor I QUit understand your dislike for lIra Nexdore said M oodar She seems a nice quiet aie loving siman Think sol replle s wife Yes She certain pears to bo arbusy little bpily Youve got tbe1 r In the wrong place Philadelphia I ss Instinct of norm IWIVrablai horses iiiai eat remurkUe courage In battle It is said that when a horse of this breed finds himself wounded and perceives that be will not be able to bear bill rider much longer he quickly ntt s from the conflict bearing his in r to a place of safety while he has still sufficient strength But on the otberbautl If the rider Is wounded and falls to the ground the faithful animal remains beside him unmindful of danger neighing until assb4ro Is brought Plenty of Color That Mrs Wadhams to wbom you introduced me the other evening minds me very much of u portrait by Rembraedt Is that so Which nntT Oh any old MH They aU look when you get closo t t hem as if the paint bud been throwi on by the handfuL Chicago Herald A Serone Temperament Mike sqld Plodding Pete dont you wish you was rich Kind o answered Meandering Mike Course I couldtit eat any more dan I does but Id be saved de trouble o sayln much obliged of ten Washington Stay Tlu luiti a fcooJ time todoyi unless you fortat tomorrow and If you forgvt tomorrow it will punish you when It oday Atchtsou Globe5 SonirurHcro v rid tin hi- flI are hlJ 4PIlRlies but no ttIriJilni tlJ LI rv where they are leally5JGrasp of Grip Pros trated lie Miles NervineIDr Btilltpi My Shattered iNrves and- t Gave Men Appetite i Of the millions of people who today snfferr from nervous or heart weakness PIarge peii centap trace the caueclirect11 to deadlyfLaGrlppe It is a t nn dUea eand j a direct attack upon the nerves putting an 1lflyt left OIwith a shattered llen01ll syateaiwith afrequeatkeadadlcsyou should streecthen the weakened screen with Dr Milsi7 Nerrihc It will aado aU that grip has does bringback appetite rest and restore tae Berves to their Bsmil actiyftyo I want to 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