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Bjeuth rft r dLitsey3udge iW Booker CoUn it Clerk tTJSilayef County Attorney GeorgeCakett JaUr Byron CroaVe Sheriff l Jtichurd Isharn t R Ifl4aey Olbornet Deputlei v1JJ 1 fOO 21 lrvetTi4esjIgcweJ ssevsor1 T P OBryanDeptlty i1etrt oe Treasurer t f I ritH1erJ copr ti tcITukT I i h taa1tNO porce Judge aGcebnkalA w1 oahcLiyJAori3ey- a J i l TronlC CUi l 3e4Ciar held in January P4itiOctober toftt DIrectory y iSiST CHURCH Atpc4ei3U icffutor Pastor Ser- A1eeYecT Suaduy atli amaad7 730 fy muSii School mt 830 Prayer MeeHare We4aesday Uightat130 c 4 ILni r 1UJTXODISTj4DWardPatOr Servk t 8t tt a hirdSt1 ul yv eacb t1IaUl an 73opai Sun 4ayflehoal erery Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeug every Wednesday Bgktril 1 tA fl1OLIC CHURCH evP t Kea Por Ler 4 vkHWiTSictay at8 and 100clo- cloJ am MrIceatSLRote same hUUfal 2 5f yrJkj CHIUSTIAN CHURCH Z2cvi F IOPast SUyf iSd4yo b ch c 4aeAth J iPUiBYTiltrANJOHUKCH JterX Str1cklaJidputor x eachll r Vvery SblIday atjl am J5a1ay tcirPtever JaI 1r 10 aa Prayer weetthg iy rif y eveitIg at 7 oclock EtjiOrjcrsII Joiu L G SprlngScid lodge wo sitw icoii4 Mondayn each a U W witoaR 0 Chafer Ndj 57 uiet crery third CoAdarr p JbfeWCMiRcU No2 meets on eEirkt1I4Iw i MACAmMcCt1- I t Jlcctalr4 4I t 7 ltjl H Ie t Px AX MrIgI4La3ILOwMYaIyIlll41Ie 4147 IIu OM M I lUWdlewl 6 Ie jlllL1 stVTls lIt I 111arEi- I t I Iis 410141IKM DMVS I50 J QMe sc-I = 3f TIJII = filiit wti1 et irffa rhot44- 1e iltU8dLSSkIb MJPlVip x l r nr ROi D r trlfi ALU7 t lie rn lS WM4M tbegehe tred I the maple treea are red WJl epyIkeprayJI l Ta the silesce athft abadew f fthc vw1tt1yhasteaIg taU eotI tbed arudhaT1to flAyr days we love tbe beat 9 tall Thea the hocseboldgratberB early and 4tb firelight IMP aai gUwji ro1tUeJ hearth ia itt brigMtaeM wears tile glory of the rote iLer1igPl HiitK aw et j Aad the oOfsj1Htaj keyboard fox the babyfe paiteriug feet If tlwralmiropaiwKje cottilHbai 4ft the root and OBtbe eavea If tbecbill wind sweep the meadow bare wiri dJt ill4IRbeav If ifee Mowflakmi come luke fairlen r abed In NeG t IUc we 6 ljf crowif the cioser clpfer whers the cheery kiadred be f Wheat geldearod ha fiuled wbea thc maple leave are deal When the empty aett k ctlaflag te be branches overhead la the vilaaee and tkelb dow of the harrylsckterfall Come the dear days come the horns fa the year the best of alL MargaretSaap0r TTENbANCB The attend gI4db ance at he various achool- wtIiiyeatii hoticably larger than at the game time otyear Iors v eral years Not only is there an iDcrease in thehumber of child Felt from town to attead the local schools but more children from QtIufl the country are coining to school The farmer boy who has heretofore been kept atI home to do the work on the fat ni because of hard times and llow prices for everything lsnow given chance at an education because of the tactthatbetter times have truck the agricul tural element and th farnxexvcan hpw a ort the hired man tdjtlake the place of bis boy whoJ is sent to school to be better fitted for any waikinlife he may chpos fFhe number of Hew families x- ctly veto town isiilspac countable fpa parofthein creasedattetidance at school r 4 m T s tradeicbOolIiteSei i distncit are taking sps toward the establishing of the school Thefirstthing tovbe doae now that the tex has been voted is tom ke att assessment of the tax Ablejprpperty in the district and wprkhasf already begun on that After the assessment is made it Oaithenbedeterminedjustwhat9rate evq4h tieveral plans hslieen d s Me lasit 1b Destm a11of raising the amount needed to purchase or build a school i build ing suitable for he school lPio bably thebcst and n ost practi cable plan proposed ir thabf issuing bonds to tbeatDOumt deeded and toprpvide asfnldng fund Irom the taxes collected to pay the interest and tp re iiiis the bonds at maturityTbe bond issue wouldliavajtp be sub mitted to a vote of the taxpay ers dftbedistrictOratfund- co be started for the building expenses by levying at once the full llmjt of the rate of tax voted and applying the amount cpllectF eieach yarabove the running expenses of the school tithe building lund None of these plans havezntured yet but 11tt be brought lip and discuseed later I e ij1 1 real estate ZoLsLThe s week by which Mr4ljj1R Barber be comes owner of the old Springf field Hotel lot probably settles for a time atjeaitthe question as towhethet Springfield iis to have joeve first class hotel or two in favor of the former jprppositipn The buying of this property froth Mr Searcy by Mr Barber who lathe owner of the flue nswI Hotel Walton now nearingcoa ptetioh of course stops opera tions on the other hotel begun some time ago by Mr Searcy and precludes the possibility of a hotel1 pa that particularlocst- ioo and asthere appears tto btno other available site or for that matter np one Inthe le1dA now with an inclination to be cotne a hotel builder the chances are tIlt town will have osly poe iilii s4 VhoteL ed with the sitvatiotil iit ite evident that SpringfteW liitbejrpfl j DutIUofr r c itprotitotabl foitlie proprie6tof either The new hotel erected yYI Barberis a magnificenit bnlliil rand would docre itt town of more pretentions than thlf Wi- UL l1 ldtheiMwbMelshoith be a fiQancial nuccess both to ite Owner Mr Barber and to t e lessee Mr 8 B Thompson i hp ill to manage thehotej It seem that iit would certainlyt be Jbstterv s ito haVe ones enterprise start ana beva success thin toj 1have wo i tott ll11f rf vai hi tit bmttfi7r j a ToYDDINGS2AS can be seen j i from seVeral amibunce I ment in four local colpnimsXJcto boris to be a mont1rngwe44isi j for Springfield eyellpfher weiricoown youngr foUcs Having ma Ie kndiiirh thelr iktenViPnii ibf embarkiifg btt the nlatrimbmial sea this month while Uievlroct fgdd7i LEADER arises to offercongra u flftlbns a3d to wi hr iiiese young- peopleaOhand rfn8alltbe haupiness possible T ILie iii Cd The fastest eliiiig article I have in my store writes drug gist C T Smith of tpavls KyM is Dr Kinds New lscoveryfor CJonsump ipn Coughs ndLCkilds because Hj always uresIn my six yearsotsa1s if neir h- stiieiJ 3itj c v Jctvow Pr it tp saye uner tma JO La diseases who could get no help jfrom doctors or nrb bW remedy Mothers rely on it best phvsicii prsi1hIt4 RjndicJtHaydon v yi n nIt saifnciion or refund erie Tr i oa lt free Reg sizes 50o and 1 AWKT1s ISMr J3wen Dnoa of Beaton Ferry W Va write IhaTeha kidne trouble for years audit bec3eobad I had to getnp at least a doien tTme a Qight Ineverrecclveaaay permaaei foydlcJe uatil 1 tdelilj Fol ys Kidney tore 4ftefe bet tlesll am cored SoldOty C tlay4osj Foteys HOney aBdt care eoWf and prevent fmc 1i Ta e apvab stitute F9C fllbT 1 oa KrH YHNaIton was shot arid killed jji his- sbedropm atj hrs jMiee in that citrat 120 oclock SstarJays mprtdng by WobuglarsH- is son Asa China was aeriollarC ly wounded in fight with theI two burglars Thjgy made their escape from tbe window by which they had entered the houje The Lexington police are At work Ona else which may result in the rrestQftb robberstt IFp I salIi res Ina bnehsIroWl Bptland oo a good turnpike rQad1olIIall itoiybickhuue tf ittrfpiirr goodbI rooms two balls ibdiargecellarfj good newbar tol other out bnildiags About 60 acres of timber wjih abot i 100000 feet ofrt good spring wateji a1 orer farm about 20 acres in orchard of all knds of fruit pal of which is bearing This isfone of the best lo grain anaLtoitk fjirms in neighrlIi seJItnagolnJto it 4BOO one tki d jcash baliMice on seTSH y ea time Vi t PPWlER864t t I 4N4V- t f MothersTregard iing wh taIWith aneatinesv hlldrea take cold ae eatlTy No disease cota more little Hyesthaat croup IVB attacklasoind t ettJbeyoaihSackcase kl4IreiUUly to One Mia ate Coagh COre ijiqaifesthe mucus allays lalaaiatle removes danger Abcohrtely safe Acta immeaiatelr bresckltli1krOtMakep 14ue41 1twithsdtaw ht took One Minute Cewgh cmare thelJIMcILi r fto 1It ttytyMji iH Asceitlff IN besares rfcdi Believing the prscydOn1 of that tbe world will GOBI to an end before tBe jnonth of Octobert J18 le d 1 0band of Second Adv rtiits whi reside in great numbers near the borders osuueiaaana I Bradford counties Pennsylvania are now Tttsily engaged prepar iing forJthe event faitbiturned oat oa the hillside deserted their furms and hcwe and Joined thd camp ottheSecond AdVentists Others Ilave refused to work or garner their crops believiHgt Jt would b wOn JI1JiIw of tbproximity of the worlds end Some of the Ajlventists spead all day in camp prayinr awl lis tening to the exhortations fcf theirlleaders and return at thh1J to their homes A few ofthemorowangIneb lievers are makjn robes of as cention Ofher farmers alarm ed at the rapid spread of the prophecy are endeavoring to dis suade the Adventists from the belief hilt so far their efforts have rnetwiU rebuke and In sOme cases the wQuld be pacifiersi have been driven out of oaap In anaebac1 HWt wotHans il pent the 4Igesiouisweaktke aiajc tagof color Sash and strength ofd of food it Imperfect so that the patient U weak wan aad nervoti and djcpefH tic Tilt condition can corrected by taking a coarse of Herblae Price 50 cent at Hardoai Happinee ieiettdf very much ea the conditiea of t e jiyndidOyq5 Tile ill of life auk b t little iatjtrea lion onth9sewk4ft5digtatioM is gctod Toucan regHtateyoqr livcr and kidI seys with perbiae and enjoy health and buoy itprice50ds at C J Haydoaf j Merer atkstviee When you have a cough or cold dots ask what it stead for it and get tone medicine with little or no merit and perhaps dangerouv Ask for Foleri HoacyaadTar the greatest throat and mar remedylt cures coughs and cold quickly oil Trial far Killing Sttarf etr A dispatch from Colorado Springs Gal says After two i days spest in securisg jjury the trialJof Robt R Taylor for the murder jf Frank Shader is pio ceediar iIB the El Paso District Gotru Following the opsBlsg argBBuats of the couRiel several h witseseesi were xamied for the il defuse and the protebMtiutt Jadge ire Hsrrit sesior eouassl ftr the defeat admitted that Taylor had killed Shade but aid ke scediai seif defense I Tne story which we shall tell aid Judge Harris will be on1- Of a siaas disbosor actiated passion whick aimed attke nn doing of a wosiajl Every at tempt way made to pit tkat wife awar for Sbaders oade sire and lading it was isipussi ble to secure hie ends while de feadaol lived his life waappetly threatened One witne steiL lid that Shader was shot do ws without warning cia without n effort ta protect himself t Letters found taders trunk presumably wrUt Bby Mrs Tajf lor were ruled outs evidsec4 t or the prosecutipii The steW will furnish eyidnkce alleging t mutual infatuation to meet thf charge that Shads r toBglU Mrs Taylors utdolng I Tkcwmtfins IKlUtudcsI f Kodol the aew idifcorery which tp waking to many sick people weltalld bytamisformnlng blood that atakd you feel good all qrer Mrs CrpnfiU oITroTVl fayJpor a number of year Iaa troabWd with iiodigectiba anddyspepatawhi grit Into worse foia Finally J ww iudaeed to awe KodoriWafter nselHg par bottles I am eared I kead- IoameadKodoUofeicafrou i ia drgeftioa aHddpcflIa Take ado after eachraeal it dijfetu what ypM O J HaydoBiT its Wt lH I i YtiiilyJfMiTaftght a f0e that tss laItlle Wwir part of year back aieaat kUaey trituVie Batb tf- oaotstne yeti kneW 4tnievIaitlfaeifreM ft51t iit roptreaeat with Perry Ot cfo wmF eA It ear ltekt 1 dyt WIUHr fkwtiJj TS0 bet O PmT Dsylt r i i1 LA j i tiSlavery jays IALI fS4MML IOfmLI iAHitt l In som0 reminiscences abt fefe early daVs ofSpringfield M Il L Davison Sri has written slome tr ting incidents and experiekcee of the adventurous ta a k iifi t188 I JUS40 AK g theirfcweLnotice Jie incIdentbelow whichi iYes a Hinelgbt iinto edapofslai wry and how slaves were treated aii4 dealt with by slave Downers IitracIqis jTir quote1rom 5lr lavisons 1 tallJiisjuf were Ini the habit of playing Jan old distilierythatvwas 93u5Ictf not far from our hnse hiding tntbO1 mash tbs aid killing rats One morn it g Horace Gaitb r was about to- Jiitep 1ntomasti tub t5 hide j when he saw a runawiiy tnegrb cteuchld1i citi He hat out j jreafeiBg and calling runs afray negluf and eallrill uJi- lijtehiU i The overseersaw us tI1ukdownk 4he distillery with a Wg stick ii hl hand LadI spjfra led the negro out As he walked up the lull towards us we would take twosteps warm r hIm while he was taking pie towards us Seeing that b y WasgdingJbp bring ijim to the nPttte weIran up and alarmedI wjem at tim house by telling them that there was a runaway uegrocamingip This broughtt piVail of the mUywhtte and black The overseef broughtt the negro up inI frbiit of thes puget sent btie of the ne ro women up into the garret for some handcuffs and chains that Major Tom Waters had left there when tie moved away He put the cuffs on bis wrists and chain ea l and locked him to a limb of a tree in thVyard and said he knewt the owner and thathe was going to town to look him up A riiaj away negro was the greatest bugaboo to all the boys and girtt In the country We would ra hrlmeet a wild Indian or a hyena th the wood than a runaway negro VTe had been taught that thy would keep us in a cave and cutoff a limb at a time and cook l Itlwhenever they became hungry keeping usajive as 1long as pos sibleWeboys ted in the houaaippkjng at him Outo the windows1 kndia the course of an hoiir or to theoyerseecssis back with nki owner andl two men z They unlocked the chain and took him to the carriageL ho Wyswen t looked throaghl ecracks of the carrIag lqtiw toileeWftlttthe1 were goin foPWith Mim They strlppesd hiin of jwidlexaminedr him alLovet mad him open biB mouth and examined his teeth After awhile they brought him out with his handcuffs atidi clfain Themen got oa their horses one of thetn leading the negro by the chain thg negro walKing towards town The overseer told Us that the owner had sold him to a negro trader and that thet were going ti take him to Bards t own where Hunter and Jrfurphy keptjvhat was called negro pens They dealt largely in egroes and had agents buying them both tandwouldhouse and pens enclosed by aII t MY Lungs Jbw l wkbskdcsgkKyfdeidssiidII Arer ckerryPsai 4kc- wM meprmpdy kaats N kS lU Ytti forgoi to buy a bvt tie of Ayers Cherry Ptc torat wiin your cpldjlrtt crneoasoyw1e4itrlS IoOt Eveii now wifti alL your fctttLcoufktng it yoL4Tccsf years to fill baci oo s Ikt4 I i t- J j5 Very tall fehce and keep them all until they got a sufficient flumberto march them down ro- th Souiherffmarkeli IOt ifDHtis ins Fhen death seed Ver- ynearjrosrs severe fomach aritf tIbluffeejlwjt DrK1ngsNeLirePills tJlertect pnrons earth Hayddrug4store v We have aeen the frail infant wise the faint struggle for existence a eted almosteaded resusticafed and made Strong by the ateofJ White t Cream Vermifuge Pke9c ceat8aVCit JHaydonV Jiv j5aNcrhaNtii Fall cbldi se liable to htaf on a1tIw trebinlthee da of brotic1SlliI coasaaiptipaaad a uaipaia Vploys clprervstsreliable irledaHltestad safe andwtre c Btda oopiates aqd will not con tupate JPor sale byHaydon tfAllciwl Dynamiter Arrea ISftdA speblslfrom Harrddsbsrg says Areport from Brooklyn t bridge this morning states that the oficera arrested a ian irJ ariJoI hpOdlastSuadsyalght rWud il e cosfess i haTlng Djimthe gasg aid dirttgedL the names of those impfieatid1 with j him saying that thcrowdwas j constituted of sOt mOre thai hilt do eallot wbow resided iia that itnmediate vicinity Mrs1 Rue the gate keepEitf Wife who was Injured by the ex 18ctbelag collected as usuJlV J t twere T Iuf RICH tTer Catarrhc I III Msrei4iy- A mercury winur1ydastroytba SUM of sm naBdcompletetyderBg tile whole system whea eatwlng it twreriy the muccageurfac s Sack artlojes should Deter be lused bc ept on prescrliUoDS ol repntable pbyatcUu as the damage the w doa tenfold to the good yo ti can pJsibly deriTe fro them HaJ Catarrh Cure aanufaot rji UijriPjf vCaeaep Ca of Toledo O contaIns no mercury an 1laII thebIodaadmCoojg Ja buylag HaUs Catarrh Cure be snre j yofl lat4nailygu5dmads 4CoSold botURallif t tmktrIrre iUhlOUts5und liyer1 di orderi at this seacoa may be prevented by clean ing the y teai with DcWitts LtttkEEajly liliera They move the bowels geatly bat cdpioatly and by reason ot the tonic properties give tone aisd streagth to the glaudsOJ Haydoai A stltchlnt u vett e and a doe of BallaraaHorehpaad 8ather b ria lagof a coW rUI aate you aiaajf weary k9nnaRi ere a Yq PriCeSaudso t J AVal1tLig The largesV wanui logeyer grown In Eastrn Kentucky was floated out bfBeaver creek Floyd f county and floated down the BigS l1dytothe Oincinnattmar 48000Itteen feet in chrcumference arid over 1205feettall It ostiooutJ 1000 to get it to markefc The t tree was known yaU JiB the mammoth walnut of Floyd co1n t 1a Jl Jt LOOk with horror foh Rkin Erouptiois BlotchesSores Pimples They dunt have theni nor will any one who us Buck glorifieshefacet vanish before h I cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains A Iritailabie for Plies 9entsatw OJtfaydbn8brukstor 4tbbI Record rrJCeftft4hogshacltobacco was sold to day rettIPlaitefs1 warehouse for breaking alt records for the1eiseason ThE hpgsheid w 926 pouodt gras smdwa pack e ed by A L Powers It vrae purchased by the Amarkaa To ceo PAtIIrer Verne ittsippoiBtBie r expri that ffiShoihn4lid iiotrig a t till higher pnwr Itw tkw ifest b1fultcojldson t4ieitis yeAr Tiwee r C 1ItffIfY twr bc fMi if 5rniHj t g IiMi wu M ke lsW fo d more HelicitBit and I fu wIIJt JDanville WatcrWIrks The City Council held a spec ial meeting Monday evening tP ittesd ttp important buttome ness connected with the city it nances Itkasbeen underttppdI for sobte time that exterisiye im pfovements were badly needed I topla the water works phjnt fn grit class condition aidthic subjedtwas taken under oossider ti 1iwitb the result thtthe council ad pt dI ordinancet calling for a vote on the propos- itiOtitojeiuethnds to the extent Qf 20DOO to carry out projected plans One of the pvrpoeee ml this issue and addition ta the I uiphl crease in tHe demand for water cpasequent to the extiwlosol- ihe Louisville Sbuthera to this place and theestabiishment of a J division end hire Other needed jimprovements are Increased liter lugj capacity the preseat titeriag plant beingi insulScient tp Alter thoroughly the water supply of tthe city consumed preewut The ordinance will be published in full in the AdvitesSissue Advocate Ir ieMI5fWj W Baker of Pkiovtew Neb eayv Ky wifeBaffetcd frpja langrfewable fifte n ears She tried a aaaiher ef doctors and spen trover without relief She banseery IpMasd lost allhopo AfriewC recbatpeiidea Foley Honey and Tar aad ihaake to i great dt it ayed her life Sbeeojoya better heaiith than eke hsk- newnin tea years Reiierntbat1tit f1 ta1ci r Hay oo fSCorn hnskersapraiiled wrist barbwire cats burnsbrula seyere lacer aY1kBallarasSabir Liaeaiemi Price 2 50 cents at HaVdoasr fasMH Wits fir lJly Witter- j t A chief characteristic ol the ew waistsiahd bodices ti the eep shoulder effect achieved either by the shapisgof the gsa mettt or the dts oaitio of the trimmer I fhtskirts will remain cloSe Ittisg about the lips aMaaTl the Decided lereat the J1jdge is indicated by tbe newest I designs Quitei the sraarteft coat to te worn with walkiag skfrts1 ibe loose Norfolk with stitched traps and b lIt of the material The Empire deiigis ire bel g well receive tfofclBJobri purpofl eg VelveLcosturnes are certaia to enjoy the pdpalarityccor dto hem llat season Stat seasis are retaisedl is i many of the latest skirts as i ap pear also In COStS Following the Revival of nan embroideryV sta HackVmgs1 etc sreHsed to esibeilish gowns ofl CIail kindsSThe use of the logl hairei plait and mixed goods i oe of the feAtures of the ssasss Among heavy t0xtrsdmstrlils- here is perhaps Bojthiig pore opularl than ZibeliaN t tn trimaiBga the teedesoy is toward simple effects Tfce atmaud for braid decorations is I unprecidetited Dtlor for j Noveaiber i nIt JI ccd I jIunwrj Hecan get well here with the helpW liens nag Balm taken frteaeatir hen cowgkIag aB4 1ictali t reath after zercUe erre aejfctvea lmthat serioas p4Li47 treahje kf ot far away AUcae L ag Bakfia ISW ee from any formof opla wIkcJWfttiCr Fl Roberta oH of the4 t1S Wbtk prospercws farsi r citizens related to the wrltr the following iacwesitp wkkk proves that while the okbiriiconstantly makes raids cIa the faraer core crop sostetians hey chiage tbelr taiiiee and t It ssryieept grai V mmbec of years a tMi have been payT Wlosethatgrasing purposes The pesky I p inecl8ttotally issfaoyei a i aMld f1lrJ Mr Boberfc sef 1 were millions of thSthem measuring three awlJaeJc inched long Abcm4lwoieles agaaocko1bsekiiIrethat viflited his farmrstorisaiif evening They perfefd andTvow be saylrliefSoMi ffrcely besiea rra ssMeajpar having faymSsiiei ojtiskg esai evein meal for tbe swAs Eobertg is very m c4i piea e4 te be rid oft eit aad HissUe to Iithe blackbird wUla1iibe a weic M Tieitor Ii- kk itnt Lebaaoa Xtrterpris LcbHe n Ce elf r Diy1 it Mooiay wae OM of kvKsti CJouity Co art iav wolMwp t herein quite awhile MwI5 ltdiaCtHf W wllil erwaslJeal for wfae t swvisaT ltbertar wortf K crowd WIll li tow mi s deal of bwiaeeeinw tNMssi iipar BtsfclmmU all eMa ft i dmys Wei ees Oel X LWhayse the aicrteaeer reyecltf the followis sties of soek OM cow aM calf MMS icymM 20eact1oseagMboreV4tWIpsir sita 1 OcI t1ti head 2 SPWS Hiic pif eek IIfor hoes 100 po a4s eaek at ts1OhIM iO heM it butcfcer eeAOe at 48 fr e 2rippeii41B45host yea- rIIwgheifeat25 OMSOWMi seven pigs 1725 oei11asrs whJehit isfaali saw serrioe s the battle ot rr1npiCeL Whayse was theOMeywM- tipfleer iis the fleM KIliIMibe was unequal to the taekef disposiag of all ta6Oekftlthough Jhe Worked hari fresa tji uilo 4op uilli WtiJt eaooLXabsi r WirllKai is aotei forgseM thug Fw llclli ieeie OIL am exteMire soaie In 7H pwrUef tfcejworiA 11 M lfti orij aeces H caslii afarsi M eas sraO4ie tfc writer be e serTei JMmy ottS11tImpcse4fssi B sSsp s Weeds Work what w Iia man Uiiak of a farst osi i fro5 lQ to 160 stw ww ployei lara wArItIO1wJs ir fee ttll hottsa a farsiltejsl taires three sooi 111 J1 aeIfFTbatisthesoeasea M Shersiam eoekl ISM JIit6 in CeatrsJ Ksi5lisstore theO es year ke sejUi 1IpN 1IIiIaMjbeeTee Ifa tioa honHck toridj farsi becoild oi BMk tiMetr emit itwot1an t Mr SberssM te iww 7W ke- PQIrTvPi a Of pk lthe Wv MP0 IT4 0 ai eitker Of IIIL pBmca1IeW to wWeh DM psews aay s as Mei4 bilteess b he hst idea tiL 1- bypwt J aJtr hvitIe I hr jrii heavy ace eyy I t U r tbe Ant gaA the sise ef Ute farts aa4 slsis o v Baoihingis wiesa ej HJa efctire UttJe Mat whISk d pithgreater gieatt tsM f wIUi a oMry L t 11 tt r p I TMIa I 4IfoiL The vbsawar M ajat wfl efe a kM t ale poor IIf HWvisc ttM rts a- silv JOB RDIVKS i r TiHi4AikRsUwn I 1 l A YEAR IN ADVAPfQJE PWIMGF1ELDKYi T nAVISOvJ r1 JlMwaJ PIacI 11 fv Uh f t IorVMiMM e4ieM li CMts p r iT iItIMI11 qgaaiji t t11MttaprMIt M wrie Is MM at tow ibV ek rlte1SJj pii1iBTra YHUai aLr l1y A t urxetrxcwcaxn j C4yMaftIrtu Htfj 0tIeenI CN cof1iTI THURSDAY OCT01IR 9 IN l FOr7C1rcIt Cerks Ware aHtkorfxed to anaoBBce tile aU1UrQSLZT- k 1iiA1i4fW Ikt eflfce of 1I1 itttk WaMtO tlrctitCHr EIi t PAri1 jtRoQMT t offered a abhitlpa of tbestrik problems iAfwd qo By proposing to r pOfltCOfl1Lfl ssibn to arbi teal the differences between the 44 r Vsupers aad operators and the D prospect looked bright for a set 4 tleqlentHPJateneaysthata tbtIikiitUtiOflWiththet 0p5from Wj1ksbrr that the prevailing sentiment ffSm w among the miners seemed to + peacaxkprppaeitiojii advanced bvihe opf eratolrg tot a settlementtby arbi traliinf president Jitchelltis stud S brief statement of promise 4lS 1 tIabe4iinersositionlSibeidejiaedxas soon astwe are 10 ppssesekmfcofihk lull meaning III of tKp proposition of the ppbr tfo fil4Ffom Washingtbnit was 4teSihat Mitchell might visit beapiti1 supposedly for the porppeeqf consulting with th Peik1entn the possible per srnelofthe arbitration commis Ssionjropoed i by the operator salSi a thatjie could see no obstacle tp a speedy resumption of work by tiiieriS rtff PaGrKSiMQFSTOCK I wt115a3e5a j pub1c Mlf of live stock at my fnri five miles rfthe l3lbomfieid road on- t THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 z Beginningat9 oclock a m the O1IWifljMPtY will be aOlld to the Kighest bidder j Eighit Work mule l brod tharesj 2Vonhg mares by Blood- Chiefr3Tntce mares one by Long GBonI Hairy OFallorf dam ltbyr Long Bbw put tdupBerpti damt y LtI X ttovr race horse by Pnn rostr1ari8year4ilaa6kl s a number of mich cowjf 7 heifers and young steerofle1 IS montno1d Rose 4of Shrohr Shorthorn bull one r 2year old jeniietj 50 head of sheVp 30 fa hogs will also offer IlmyfihOlio Fbcy Boy5 t fTermHogs cash other stockI cash tor sales un lor ltnOv r I thatinunt a note due and rie gorab112imontbs ajb First Niti ift bank baarins 6 p centlnfeSest fla 4W t 4 jiiPmiy W KELLEY SbIp1ilI21CjiE3h1Lyne1Auctioneejj L I rTcf t Go Jhm B Carlilc DeadrASpeciaMrbmrLebarion says NewrIchehero r jt night 0 JBj 50rOc1ookforb1mbig presentmorrow QflittJmece M1s Nettleaake Sbortljjbefore hereached his 1itfandpfrm hisI i11lMt1CoLQtliie bforomoi nrraJealthyIHrch1lt atko1Bb1kzk JltllD8WijklR riiax3Z5 G C iiiiiwell kabwi ia- Pi 1iIS Hjtiy jduS friiLofEomJ w wijo5fthiiPi I f l w It NCW8FOflj1ScUI4It ir 11 Happ1IhI VAjttk ijIt Ia R rt yrCrf tL ti 9 t 7 I MOORESVILLE Q9 q cuttingwfl4jJnd up5tii5iiJ we k aThereoftjrbeatfaown j fca tbr IC lhwei WillL 1u hMrjO4h LMnM ty St1ll ptb Shelby unWI visiting her siser Mrs 1jrGB b1it1 af t Misses JPlora Wall andJP arl Lyncti will reiurn from Louis viitethis week r Several from here attended theale of Jas Marshall at Strmgtown lastSun ayr Yr Alex Yates sold the re m seainderi aJlfor 25 per acre Mr John A Tucker hasaol big frm to Everett Oroake and Jeff Settles at an average of 3Q p eracrepJep Cox has rexrzove4 to the fh h1juhw f hiaJiewhouse jeThei Mrs W B Barlow 4ied October OtbI was three months old andDeVer it r5wasinferred the following day Death visited the home of Mr atidIrs Nate Outsihget Thurs day October9 and took therefrom the only child five months oldI Interment the following daykit- tM Zion cemetery Services were conducted by Rev Pfzer Well we had the first boit up11 r at Fairview schoolhouse St Friday night Owing to evtral other attractionsin our midst a small crowd was in attendance al though aieat little sum was realized which wilr go towards procuring fuel for the schobl l this winter J Hillsber News is scarce 1J S Leachman spent Sunday at HF Reeds R viJ A Sims is conducting a series of meetings at this place MrHF Reeand Miss Lizzie gera1d wereat Mrs Sallie ndyaSundav11 Mr William Castile and d lrughtCoulterand wtfe t MLssIda3odby of Chaplin is the pleasant guestSof her step mother Mrs Annie Godby Mrs Annii Brown has return ei home toFairfieldaftet severall days visit with friend and rela tivesi here Mrs Pearl Sutlierlandv has r eaturned to hier liome at Wxyside after a Visit to her father Mr brgeThe ladies aid society met Thursday wrthrs Minniei Reed and a very pleasant diijrt was fepent by all Married at the rehnceqf J 5thYryrt1eJJftheirs ft s t r PI easaHt II rave1 1W If Trent is iin Louisville 01 business this week a Miss Mary Gilkereon is viiii ting Miss Naomi Brown j I Urtinbasben in LQUIS ll wiDe for the past two eaks Byon Parks and Leo Vani AiiedsIe1ere in Louisville last week tiDA1hecChaa Oder hal purchased a uponbielin agtheGeorge Settles ofShakertown has rawted the shop of J Nr Kelly where he will begin wjork Moaday next Mr N P Thompson returned frooWalbington DCSaturday where he attended the TOir union ofthe grdiny PIJ lJil I rer jtWm SRA1i bought a yowfe stalflpn of Bllsha White torjti 1WaScott who hasjtbe rcripple for severalldaYIi Jbett4 iIAsr of etlngt is UK ciidnctitth Flat bvRev CbIlCuapbe1 0og cholera is raging in the Tathaw cowmuiityI fand seviBral hog have died DtveDrrinsprrtf horse ratt wr with hi a arid Derringer tl itX d singerous1y tneetingcoqaf Il 11beginl MoUseWhile it isnofekactly rikht to aprttemptter 1 shall take the privilegO this one time A i old maid not far from here rsaythat she sat thua ti re 1onment was lauding one Uptr grove a bachelor Jfifty y ars old aud whom providence had bles U with about 8PQ buy els of s foweeCprQpose4tocurO a helpmeoti rhe old maid afteii digosLingthiiT story sat days are come the winds huyej ut on their pitlfujmoin andl amt still alone Then iherey srest g ontbe above she said The age of Mr Upter rove is not o ctthnable other things ieing qua1 but if i weet taters IifI the only qualification he possess i esjieican ring 9ffasdLwj- uno2 tilUthe nex market AU flHySOf Mercer county relates a strange jtory concern iing an attack made upon him on S turday night by ttwo nnknown 1prUessupp sed to bo hie vest Mr Hays was cumjng Jrom vBlopmfieid asd near Scruggs Pondihe vvasordgi led to trive up his uipnoy Heidrewihts knife aud c t one of the parties sav eral times four ql which cOts he says eu ered thosWinach1 when they bagged tor tnerc M circi abouttheaffairan4 has written m l1etter to MtP CFoatr iyln g to find out sometbiog concerning the troubje Mr Hays is a g ICentlemanword and his knife and clothes ha woreicorrober 1 eb1i sta1a mont From current report it seemlt at withn 48 hours death will unv jl the myjitery v FoMu oateiy for Washington county thocrinenoot ba laid O ittispeOp3eLwIiiIaurg E D Wells was ifi Cornisbvills llast weekIMrs W W Hyalt of Mackvill paid our town a call last week i toIiMrs Motch Hialt is reported to be better after a fesj days ill ness T Mrs Carrie Dur ett and daui er of Blbodneld visited friendsI t this place last SJuuday Mr Van Bos ton of Lawreuce urg visited friends at thia plug e and Mack ilJeJst weokiMiss Rico A m tturned home after an extended t OripMrs Ezra Jonws and children and Miss Ethel J nW r Holland tJomoIllast week Quite a number 6ff our citizen atlotided tho calibration of sodiu sat LeryiI1e battletJeld astWednsdavL MJW f L Sear and Mrs i Allis McElroy of your Iowa were t Ishel family last week hOtSJeIt1Springsimproved In health Harry Greenwood spent Sat urday and Sunda last ut this place Harry i a student of the Crawford college jBardslown tbejPIel a In and May Cll Gibbs were the tb last whT hd Ithe honor Ibe stored on them asjlhe best puf lers No prze vetc offred MrsJ1mesGrahllmM yoShepherdilviJf4 dUd wife of Puiliaoit George Suth MreidneVPerki Sutherland and wflfe Dr JTSutherland Mrs Marv Hugh ai 1rTiJJiJll Si tl1ifvtacupaidal dWlo Mr l ofjMrSharp DeighiOEf Kin It has beep 18 years since Jfr Shrp and flIiy left t srIoily r 7 their many friendsI 11tbispliOOd eer 8pectt lycalhog They left thuthIs I their hqiB Saturday morning Mr Sharp leaves on sterIthircou t MrsJauThi Giaha4bWkrs Sharp lleavj l es her father Dr J T Suthsrj laud two brothers and one sister r i J Miller of this place Loag thapjiJberetnLu I duWewbohebudabaj erne in the homes of thestireli tbeirlt jheavenly reiirifbn be as happyis e wish of your writer f MclNTIRE i j rr 25Toinilv to Mr John Barbers placefi r Ballard eold to Joe Blatl rdfonrshoatt42Oi heed W fleMaron1and pigs of Cleveland dill tc 19 3onnny Medley bought five shoats of Bill Jones at 7 cOts ij tpoundjWaregladci lO see Mr TwlJM anoKeen back after bisi tripto Loufsvillei Viff3s Lossie ani Mary Rpt SundayII Ben Simms bought oMiewm t Sansburf2wsnlng steer catW 4sat15 each MLssMarylimmsofLouIpvII ispr is visiting her eoustu MitfMltta B ill of this place IChas Alclntire and WIe of y our thy were visitinir refatlt a in this section last Sunday after no6hi placebuti i his fathers family accompanied cib anTJoseph Hi don is making prep atations to move t tAuisvil lie fm media ly after his salearbich s tovbOct 22 Mr B wlinp ndwife of New Haven visited tbellasers grandbaparents Mr and Mrs ProdHilL the first of ttNe week MrBallard bought of v4tll M Ibuddalso bought nf Lewis Saafbury a eifer Und bunch of shoal Iice not given It Is rumored that C has Naily has bought a part of a tarknown as the Johnson farm So ltack out The next thing will be wedding I expect Smith Carrico aLd Min Ma lissa Cowling wore marr1dit on Tuesday at three oclock atSt R ttoseto give an account of the partic u thlarsE Hill sold a horse muleto Eddie Mont Buckler also ahorse m tiIeto Mr Sharp for 540 a fin mair mule to Sam Tlionaa of Calvary for f86 Robert Mcln ire soldl to sAme party two year ling mules for f 100 each and oniweanling at iSO Mr Tatham t Beechland was gatheringup mules in this neighborhood ttll Saturday Rnbtrt Mclntire alsa sold to Hamilton Barber horse mule for 8883 1 Til nrMtmu Mn DasliTJie Idea of MraJ nt karlM ao lety ptratioai Why b t IftheIwsMr Dtia Yes akta entirely toot ward Ibt ought to hang back until people bare forgotten it Now la jour call Bay dear It wai yoargrsadfatbir Wbo trai a peddlerl 11 D The ether Algal I took snap o1utier iota and dreamed somethlog rpullgoing uiDIIIthrough me MM wbeiil awoke found my wfe hat gone through my pockets f guesstl she II sharp enpugh Chicago News Ikfaat Pradtsrr Visitor to little Freddytef e 1NowIw 0tathectt Nw Y r TlIB J1 jjiJ 11J rItoldhis daughtenJiJs s mag Yes but hcwas o pitlTe l cjsati Coiniatrclal Tribune v itSIU WISTCN arew vi t Welltre aeber aaIDvi1 leTRIbe proud brudlth- edswortertime Lbs ttsat1 verd1 jthat Jncf hIulH blade Wiwe d4 10114raw it DHalei i4IquliedPeatkZKIiWSTS 1 t galtaUl fcfagoi TeaokerrWke aagryl what BBoald you dot t1f3eluny TklckafekKaeek tkfl tt k felle5dow sit Jail bead aad tiH ti e sit 1Q8 Thats tbe only safe S- aysaJdge vw 1z f S rcr lr uIts aktyeiTe itIWIL HcCMwil w t relcT1ik7tWHtltatI tkat 1jo ad wi sew it LsMplis4eWi d It t 4 a r Jf PEAL f 16vAj TOKAItiII In Washington county Alsol have In QttoIproperty Pall description of any of property famished on demandjX 5b f0fff r tTV LIST QF FARMS 1lrstclsabipjrice 50 per acre iSpriMEfleld farm 3 miles from Spring5L thV4pIke first clay im rio eQ 8of every kind Price 4jjr acre u 965 acre farm 8 miles from Spring ldJftrly good house good barD d good baltballdings farm well fenced and watered Price spet- ear 3 i 1 V batse1plJ Iitgdgood 8pringldonj l 1ovemenbJ1every fenced and weJ watered Price 40J ISOjacreJarflsrSj mites from Spring ld on the pego1srial1 boue rand barn large tobacco trmo v IOaCrCfarzfl Springfdmf9rtabltbn ed price 30 fer acre j f Sprfbgfteldonbam farm well fenced good deal of timber laod fays wellt prfce 026 per acre 8FlngfteldineiJtiv price7 3700 SpHng1de jot woliwaterecice fromSpdogfteJd ptt276lacre farm 6 miles from Bards firstclasshmprovementa grass price 4250 per acre 60 acres of land 6 Ille from Sprlng BeW on PJeasant RQnlsmall bouse pricESO SprlllJtgood and barn aOl redjprlfSpringeldg and rn 10 acres creek bottom good well and milk bouse farm mostly in Krasa price 1600 Springidframe nooae 6roomsj good new barn good tenant boose on place two good cisterns Price f30 peracre 240 acre farm 2 miles from Spring J rteldt on the pike good house and barn PrlceIper acre 4f acre Jara fine landj goodlm fencedprice There are thousand ot people saf fering untold torture from pile be u c of the popalar jtiipreHslonx tLtry cautjot be cured Tabicrs Burk fye Pile Oinhneit wllt curc then and e patient wilfretnaln curcd Price 50 inbott le tubc75 cents Haydon jLIFE IN THE- NORTHWEST = ic IIJIt h Ia reHIII Y0iF5tiL0l 0 iiI Jt tIu forih oStrhJ if rtwp VIU V Iist1e cuinii emfittv of thiS Country GliuimeTii df lv fl lot e found th tfriilt viWt3 anil nd will ii vfii ht nv IMA price rrf injiji it is Il 1 lFor fHrmiifgf rutt ralsingi and grazing no iijrnun of our C ntry equils t rigat1on makes the tarmerIn dop ndeht +where irrigation is uracficedi and tho finest irrigabe arts of out Country are in MOn IILa and Washington They and dities Jire all growing pldly tteNIrtbwest Levme know wtistyuu want sd we wUltrV10 help yon here are allsoris of places and ind8 bf land in the NOtthwsjj ftern States tlsrotigh1which thej NQrlbern Pacific rus Duu- ut until it istoo Uto to go po Kettlers Rates are laI Itect during Sepember and 3jjjDher WrithtotrLe1zer uanttogohd1wiIItelIy 4 liaitwItlcsti RBAI Pill 2as njlacinj 1 thejare aftd1IfIs1 n tctat rerI DltAbentetbyt6e euf l l ixtdneyrcialelb1aardoa1jrr 1gft- t i a q H H1 Lar to crtJtli jfbbQta cegk 1q14 JJ HaydonS I mdj I ttftk a SaM Is- J t ii- LiJ Wiwwwwii wW w c tJ WeLIItesp l b c f 1 bvffrWSiiajit311n I thetgqtrltflP fIVsome the 1nttaiob AnyjgtYI6 ii tJallrandnake af selection and bii ead for tt TI1VEI y wh tit 1Yoirmust remember Isnealit hand and o i li Wjjkt iWr J S d GREEN v t ISPRINGFIELD ly1 t- le mM I t IDF m If M I1 I IcolltMo 01 Jimbersi of oak keep theoi4 homesteadTstanding through the years Itpays to use the TI btstuff5Ii Men of oak are men rugged liealth men whose bodies afe madeof the sound est materials t Ghlljdhdod is theflto lay the foundation foe a stuMycni stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion stuff Scott jEmulsion stimulatesrf the growing powersof children prmfotution sedfor f rnple SCOTT A OWN Chemists YorkIOcmnd IOO nlldrttBeista ODD CLASSIFICATION n W7 cUJ t lP3 WII DesLgaIti In 4xteIn Mexico the bllllrr of railriidI tllbtoDyr 1jrallll otl ictlce sTljIc Js eJqitecullar c usilflcatlon of yarions aril ties and the different rates of customs duties A case recently occurreirblcn severely taxed the Ingenuity of the station agent alttoiih tc finally sect cccdcd In meeUngn1LsuLrements- The tptm was jOTerrun wtkutranipv and thecoancU determjaed ihat step musibe token ttp rid thecTryprtbeuj It was finally decided to rewind them tip and ship them out of the county It would be too eriipnViarta purchase tickets sojthey Ojncludwi to hire stockj cars slid ship their tramps as freight The eArl were procufedi1 and by the aid of the police the tramps were gath ered but then the quesUoji aroseas to bow the shipment sfcb W Mjie natd on the bill of lading The teria person1 raUtd Dot be used aslt would coafllct with ta state layr relative to proper accommodations for the travellrijc public and It would also belIn vlbtlon af the coailMCSyi uencertrsubjulieI tI1el1VotiWbthe dispatcher rnigbVordEstbacar aide tracked along the Une V C But fortunately there Jpa fclJtpma lav whlch exempts certain Jilnda of curiosities Jfrbni duty and so after trampawwbilledwe abtofprishablejBaclosftleJ iinflttasLM r I CiW nlfh It is said that a Uiirvitt Aa s was Tliltfng ParlH ble baoctM- wq eXeae4atititr Mr WH PPjt llJt itb Irman tapect lug of counie fa recdre a chalknce for a dwL inMead of thto J IprocetdlBf the antuat tursed- aod looked for an tmt at Ida 4 pulkibacki tIfeflow tetilag a r ss the Moor breaklBC t Ihoaeajpf t adse ta tiff j places 1 1 Af fta few weeks rtke FreAcfi i kid Idtl1 r offid frOg the Ihddeat e sceT r what aad hap cbaReegetobiEi aadbsg ke reeip1at ec the dtal leate tke AMsrieaa was fenaltteA trIecteapeU lie eapt1y chose a basebaB aad IMC ia e44 pitcher threw wlOaa acewacy which resvltei ts the Frenchani gvttIig ahK IIJtketO1ITberea l tkese wk invekedSjWltk- rMt sleep asa tkese wj sljie w tkW Jel Tkrce tkowaaa of Mrwlat reMdeats slumber IB U cr41e thq eanaPbgss tfcatceme Meh yeaVirefla Ute caaitawYiKew Yerk sia trMJthe aysat skeiaadabe diaa sja te speed the wicker atM aieere ta Now terk harbor 4 dMea eat dtetricta a mos wife aa4 hte few errix er efghfor more chiMrea aiesthi aiila coon and OM wbe gee aboai tie tikitaay a iltTlee fer siriaker aad repose 0 Wafefctefioft rt1tc West 8kI wWi Ute Turksthe Orttts the Asejrrtaae sad th drya URiM Jive sear a Wibsrs Ma- C OI7 of Iriifiu Is a qaeer littte selsa cd hoteiun tin1 top popc of a ten a4 c1esliea Wk1y ud we can afforcHo sclt l close figures i 1or s of iVJCbiejst J xW aMayPrri Sprig SEEDING J THOMPSON istheright 1 MENrI e J t Jii t EAt Lowest PriCeS ROUGH LUMBER DFESSEDLUMBE f StSH land DpO RS LAT Hand MII N QLEST i CONTRACTING t Aijthing1n the building Ine at the spi1thl ir r f FELDLUMBERCOsYardGALL PRI E i 11 t 1j f 1Rt tt Jr i i1 citStils BENF SItMS f y Sii 1 r t i IPR PtjNrL W SIMMS gGy fj iMJffliY Eeed and Safe siN- ew pd Stylish Rigs and good Hoiiet SptciaL outfits for traTelling men Give is- lul tiidls Comfortable stalls nd goodltreat ment for boarding hordes J i s55PHOE5E j n I I MiM Ida WU 5isrII Treab nv SI e JIneIdp LaM aitf wesit wr mere MUea ie- eMelth Mw1IMrC wm aIiire =wew E W tW the H a vesru they arc cI jwuuHing wWi wvfr1MfJ hivt cvtryrMM is Wiak MM fsr ajsw 1k peeptmireIsr4ksse- idaIikwiraeeiuie to e reMe Wise ofCantai Iss refula4or s tile Bisarthul fsactiou iwi M aetaetoaiiki cteie farws ea Jt ewes = =t dOOd1iiIilkoM iiwiaf tnjpncr slier chiU biitk a 1olife It fN neatly brings aHear bf ytdkooMS th4e been bWafor A- uruitttvei LW kotttes ot WM lNECARDllt A GREAT ART tfct ear Ability te 3e1t X4M- I Ezeeetty Hvntte Many mea totetakenly thlalk tbat1fI cause they week hard aa4 trj hint- keyIteTQit1Ill7l succeed to Hoaao xtCDt This does not feUeW jjoroc men carry s1 great eaterprlses vrfta pparefit efferfc Tbck s cce s la Uu to skill it seiectiac e4cisst fxee atjfrek ds Maay a ialttes iaa breaks 4 w It ttfiizc sep1eaeat tile nrtc ia 0aipetiBt keadc of 4epartMMtsst t4y because ke dee aetr blew hew o r1btMeL XI iiMai gabttwy ieea aetwefry kldhi 55jtCTet1L UtIkSdtiliic- griMei Iaa4 tkeaaetects mek wke ii slay IOtI tile letter jwleei A II a lpie BkB es fy teiled eC k COM M Utker abowt Ittttf 4e aUx It sWirs Mtke fctefet W te skt tile IMefMsi Miaekyr 1M aktt tiiIt sritct a 4fte a mif will- et dtkI llelltlf MHoy jkead of icNW efaeirpi Sfsul 1ttthuetWr e esf YkijT avHr IC tat bosee u bnsIsie ees on like clockwork sftsfly because they kaow kow to iIlect sees who can Mkiedtiy 4k tke work aaeMd toj tfcew If J I aStara a4 iiew blat Iatls4ssrly 4ys K tke Called eatirf Military acaaVvy at Ifest Fit the taea who stood kick te tile uiiiirtir class were called 14M1 aad the int lave tiII1CSH tke Hst fiHHhMiM always beta wade aaaLsaSs- by bering a star placed after The men who are lIeN srfcMM4t adwho stand imurest tke etker read eI1IIit daM are kaowa as 1WI SM Xk4 dM JpatiGf1dpats t esmpaxstheiriI- Is aadt ektile pla if ttLsSome years ago af igraduaUpg class kgralrtkaf ke wsaid be in the laMwrtar siessadwishing te stare Us parsatstke eka grin qC seelac kiss cit 1 m nh1M 1 jW IIsire I Hall be kwMHM lltlnUlhg that tfce krwSsiid beaMer stood at Kene In reply lie received a kt4cetMuatuig him c ayeilBcUte asesaie t that his ptieati troald M y es tatcommeQcemeat and as a rewid hr ihIs imssertalHy slsitsjilial eMefcjt be Best tart eg ctlte siesjr mti V a cUsapatr thelmmesr ss ist iii ttogulshed iaeif after keJelll academy aad earatd tke ttHe IMMV- tal in tke senrlee e1 kis eiH3Nw hYew YerkTriMM HEMET HIS MAtCH iThe stss Cet s t 04- se lfr 4 a arWe sr met ltfIIlsad cememkithe roads eta thai ws ajt s t 1 moot amiable wepai earn SI5- ndj a pcr1eetreart l f1ij vaLap JM ered tteme Old quisa 3 Issest syeak to me W1I iklhis 1saM ht Mtiveralfur caree M ir lila etty Mliwrr WaJtIJ tot Iewbi iasW lid f ilIP1N drive ep rDf rftst Jsesi s4Shas soastklNC mplMMist t ssky t j Iew 1 we are all ajiCI wrecks we alt are so 111 IiItItt esebiss a es sskiWJpedaecea4MS 4lnt thst7stMts sI1tYMtI KaJWit fjIII arsd MaM ur t klle u jRU 1I 1JII J b4 ow IIoW wen kat kfeke IeiresSyse ItWhy 5qir seat g lag tot tbe Iria J a w lidsa i- is c- 1JIriM WMe use Wi fail 10 ntUtr 1 wsmfcate huewe yy Thepro1d sq lse il besiy St sd wII6rIiL s halt bta wikal lisa Md tea ywr ier sal di r of altkiat aayiW fwQw It we wh NUI Ud ol tbt peer aav suck a hiser fenl if ekteriy gentlemea waat to Mcer compUs oU fbi aUrer kated lady gojakooljta 5Nw DLJtBUITONJ DETtfl14kT I 1 PUT I J l aa 1Ip 4i XQjLb ni- I M itit Wick ttrictly 0 r bIiI Hv LAWTON j OflO ItI S I lEE i zaYI1iDUJus ie 4ISl1u Pteyks PepMit 11t fWFOR1GSBY Ton YAT LAW KIeV k I lpWnPWD XY iNuarr SI LIwu1 cM CJotwtY eat i4y iia 0 sir op MwMkyvOet w r for tk10 IU hickest JaWI i 4Ji IJii SprigWd lIMWaH the 4occdQi Q rjsik1i iik good repair 1 Tterf tM two cre of growMl f aMieilMniarR K 4 allovt PiMilp heWa known a r L i Nri NuiT 8iR1 ectfertN r Notiot Ik hereby giv p to the creiitpMof S H Weakly that I will oa Saturday October 25 t 41VO2at at My oceto receive lt 2kisM Rgaiust the estate of tbs mU a 1L Weakly aMaR1 r cvdtRor failing to present his ekiaii venied as required by 4Mw OB that day or witUm three oitlw lhereitfter shall be l 1deevd to hive waiyed his rjeLt opypart of Uieufc 5gucd estate W P GRIG1ZcAssignee of S H Weakly IUILI4kSAL Ia order to cloeo up partner ship bwii we will nt the old j Tpatrny cElroy place 2 tuilas l eM SpriBgfield on the Perry ig f UW pike 011a f SATURDAY OCTOBER 1JI p4atIOockt znrfjMw fe the highest bidder thf trkllewiDg + M1JJJES7 large work mules r if5 4 to 7 years old 7 two 5t year ipW ii isleel1brpV i 11 yearling mules extra good one iswre siule colt AHQItSDIOB8 3y ar old cum iis iMd1borM two family mares- U fosito jck one mvre Prntih with suckling cdt byII b fCo1aty Mewber mate bys iN8o Mare lutherlndI likkckrneas iisro combined I 4jcAAbLy jO1S43- s ATMG Teii h dol cows I pasi lTii 2 yearling steer a OM Shorthorn yearling bulla ii j I y arliag heifers and Th 21ar4Lg0w H f floatsJ about 500 J IwuTMls oort li drIb IQIP clover s sei Oo large rick of clover l f H Jy AU aortsroi farmiiigiai A 111iclMtBC Deeng tiPJ swerSj eehL 4f jpteiw wiifott ar to 1SC051t0 rneior TimMsn eI vnder 110 a w at KWit a credit fl4 auibegivo Ntii jbe ft besriag per ent 4a lIb2 1 i t O lA eers G f DUAL1 TY iit I IJIIIl1 LADIES WEAR I iI ei IITaHOETNE iI flKT MW J IiLIiISMiasM1Ky LStJIsSvut4 jads QuL csr- Isiss 457 Xe care so psy w 1t TW r IIiIPPuI1euRlI th rrItd t1Mgaasuw Nwa1oatLJ3s l4sCoftect eeadTdw i Yime7 at x4s1rJlll- aaa QMML Q alitr ekOSIIIiNI i k Ox i1 Y84a jet irlyou wt if ygpe jet Jd Ie i4spi at1w P nd- rate1 M1MJ iIl aas r Ail of tlMiifitefft yiin4udwipter bftts + oa diste i at Manaernst Bay P 4 Meycs otGalUon 0 will prMck at theBacburc1i HxtSBdit t Heftiqiwrker ferRed Kebte tamp coo at Wood IciCamp HUdr1C ore A sure cure for iadigiitioa tdkiiiE rbKm Gr Shadera g rifr etqr The best grad 8 adali waygfrseh i YoucantlwayIndnedIte it baVr stamps at John C Shaders alto at Grundy Claybrooke and j McIatireV We call attention to the adver ttol Brosan- i 1 his 1M1ue TteV have an at ji tiYlin of tall goods at their tore I i 6 J RObert Son are doimg WSIMM at th4ldStahdn with hardware groceries farm ing implements and rebate straps l The ladies oL the Methodist will serVO dinner on next county court day at the Barber bli at g A good dinner for 25 cento The Red Rebate people are going to give two extras gout Christii an A tine banqueVlamp and a nice rocker Whowill l etthernSSay bpyaatake y ourlaundr 7 to iuS Hagan he represents 9thv 4laon SUam Launay4gootf orktaaraeed Os it Cc W Hga sStoreS Mr John R Barber is laving concrete sidewalks laid around the ew not Waltom Cont tractor Roberts of Harrodsburg dqlntlw wQrkI i Dont abuse the inner man t always eat the best the best is cheapest nd Ihave a big tock nfl myti Mr John O1 Sbader ani will give joa Rbatet- amIa For cleaning dyeing altering d esiig mes woaens nd chi clothing anPUI Mrs Herman ScbJenkGwork at reasonable prices Th0purest rugt the best ae Iectun jij of stationary nd finest toUet articIoli arp WOQd 4 Campbells drug store Also headquarters foj rebato sUmp j goods V Mr Joha Y M ayes extends a jinapectj line No trouble to shoW goods aid when you buy wfe glvere- atetampLt The saleof thn larK and per sonal property of Jrt NannielB Walker which look place Tue- sdayvwellttnd 4 and stock an4vohec Jtrttcjes said welL The tbaYl i bought bj ifr 3e ct r Prsgop for 12500 Ret4J D Ward hasbeOn as sigMdby the Methodist confer ence to the charge of the Meth o dist church at this place and at Plcrit nt RoaRevSJ P Stiles BradIwife have mad many iriarids in Spria4ieldwho will regret to hfe them l veIttt JG Mansfield Eas bought of Wilttrd Tbotpsoa Jiis fam a 4r Valley Bill coniatmg of about iacres of kd with co- o4mroaT price paM k K profonmet secret u neither tMp rolsaMr 1101 tbe seller oovld ftc iacticed to divalge the firtf irPlbUcatioa Jf Tbe slwtssi g kpvM oai Mtijij WtA ccpiod by M L Stmrcy WMf saM at pvblic auction o- i l1f Sturdy aftwaooii by its 1OwDerP tEoFrOs Ii lillj I i cy wag the p rcha er at 2501 1M bttsinesiii hoiise on MainS IlWging to Mr Qleaver WM jHititp bat WM withdrawn atfiMO thattielngthe highest offtr If jou want to fall inpfi real bargains and a choke seljection of everything we 2iaye- Olaybrooke them Llya Grundn and Mclntire jwid will1 give you re bate stamps tooIJohn Albert Boblet otthe- Mopresville neighborhood has filed Uitin the Washington Cir 9ainstMarycharging abandonnient The couple have lived together for tMrentyseven years and hive a number of grown childrep andJ several grandchildren The indications are that the Fourth Congressional Teachers Aseociatibn which aeets here on Friday ahds Sjiturday ofi thisJ week will bring together large number of teachers taming as they will from iQiteen coontipsI f There has been some difficulty in securing accommodations butt is thought thai quarters can be secured for all who come from a distance i Thecored Methodist church of Springfield is undergoing retpairs and the members are work ing hard to have the church readybyThanksgivangMany improvements ard under way and when completed willj be a very handsome church The ew pastor who was assigned here Sept 14 is pushing the work and the members have col lections of various descriptions to be reported Nov 15 A real estate deal of consider i able importance took place last week when the old Sprirti ield Hotel lot again changed hands Mr M L Searcy who had all ready begun work on a new hotel to be erected on the prou rty sold to John R Barber all ot the lot except about 35 feat on the eastern end It is said thati Mr Searcy received the house and 10011 Willisburs street known as tlmurril1 hVort aJcottage on est Marattbtvuttund f200Q for the lot The sale stops wo kon the other hotel most effectually ii October Viddhifai October will witness the nitv ing in marriage of severa of Springfield s most ixipular y ung tolksi On Tuesday the 21st at the home of the brides father Mr JaraesB Hays of this coUnty Mis Martha B Rays and M r I Robert Mitchell Graham of St Loujs wilt be married fciiss Hays ilit a popular young jady aud has a wide circle of fri nds both in this and adjoining c unJ tiesMr Graham is by birth and family connection a Wash ingtoa connty boy his mojbher behigaThomp8on a sister to lrN P Thompson of this county4H has been loq ted for some time in St Louis where he holdsi a responsible jposition with a mercantile house The ypung couple will make heir horns in St LouisIAtcJSt Josephs church i- nBardonpn J Wednesday th- e22ndMtsJeelia Ed len dI Mr A BamiltonRobejt will be married iNS Edelen is the cKarmmi f ughurofMr HnTYI Edejen the prominent djaitill r of Bardstown and has manyilela tives and friends in thisp tcci Mr rR6berteon is a popblar young man of this place and lsa Ion otMrand Mrs G Pj fab rtson They expect to make their home In oprtngfield Invitations are out fromJMr and Mrs W T McBhoy toj the marriageof their dabghtdf El eanor Pto Mr Hugh Phillips McChordat the McElroy hpme on the e eniiig pi Wednesday October 29 The ridetobeis one of S ri d- cQt1daughters while Mr a clever young business nian who istbllocal manager of the Csiberlsnd Telephone k 1e CtjMr4101mf t TXATZDFromy plnceft 600kmB4bkck rc1LJtsee4 sir weekr ago at B ecb briife oft WiUlsbvrg road In r atlct diBgtpi iite r oh will M1ewad ry1 JIORGE T Ciiu- iw I i cw w I r ftp HHHORD DTiTOKFICJC BUILDI farmunently located SPBINGFIKLD KY IE N MIw Mary Lewis has returned I froK NMhvllle f Mr Busb Van Arsdale of Harrodc fearg was bereMondayS Mr W D Olaybrooke was in BloomfieW oa Saaday last J WS Clement of Louisville was here the first of the week Mrs John JT Lewis and Miss Had fleBrowa were in Oinolnnati last week Miss Louise Watben of Lebanon vtaitftd the Misses Medley at this place this week Dr Richard RoBards of Gravel Switch WEB here last week to Visit hit brother family Rev G JL Strickland and Mr K S May are in Lexington this week to attend a meeting of Synod Miss Mary Gilkerson of Lebanon it thePJe8lantMr Dillard Tapp formerly of this PackingCowas here to spend Sunday The aany friends in this county of Mr E N Bandly of Lebanon will be glad to learn that he ie convalescing from a very severe attack of typhoid ever Messrs TkosNally NN P Thomp son John G HoweltBen Edward Tbov HIckey and J Haydon who attended the G A R encampment at Washington city have returned home All reports pleasant time Mr and Mrs Pernim Bohn of Louis yule were herethe first of the week o vIt R SnulfeB family Ms Bohn formerly worked wIth Mr Shnltzjat this place The young C11TMayesMcElroy Mr E So Mayes JrM and Miss Zana McElroy of this place were married yesterday evening at six oclock at the borne of Dr aDd U rs H D Rodmtn in Lou isville Mrs Rodman being an aunt of the bride The cere mony was performed by Rev R Eo G lawson formerl Pastor of the Springfield Presbyterian church but now located as Hen veryquietand rela ives being present he bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs R Hardin McElroy of this county and is pne of the prettiest and most attractive yourig women of the community and ore who has friends and ad mirers by the score Mr Mayes is a member ot the livery firm of Wharton Tapp Mayes and is a hustling business man as well haracterIMrs Mayes are expected here tonight and will bbard for the present at the Mayes home The NEWSLEADER joins with many friends in offering congratulations NotIce- The undersigned will on the first Tuesday in November 1902I apply to the Honorable Board of Commissioners for a parole fromI the Penitentiary where lam now confined under a sentence of two years being charged with Horse stealing and convicted in the Washington Circuit Court in May 1902 JESSE TERRELL POP Rent Four room cottage just com pleted situated on Doctor street Apply to John 0 Shader U With a Rock =Mu Hartti ties trm tile Effects tf a TerrtWc Ifcw H tile Head JMN KNfTT 5IILtIYtAUIJM- I cai5liTI MVWR AS tIN f L 5xtbIKfT auIIMfJtC AttUT CIArS iA K IJoh Hardin a negro jrho o year had been a familiar char acter about Springfield died yesterday morning from injuries received about the lhead bn last Saturday evening at about 6 oclock and John Knott and EdI injaUWitthem There has as yet been no ex amining trial held and as the one or two witnesses to the pnbli4ationtragedy are clifflcoltto obtsin accuracyFrom tamable however it appears that the difficulty which Resulted so fatally to the negroarose over a crap gfcme Pour white men Kaott and Canter the two men under arrest and Bill Stigall andEd Jones wer together fn the alley back of Mrs Mollie Mayes house One story iis that the white men were on their way to tie railroad turntable which is a kind JJf favorite spot for crap games and that Hardinper sisted in following them for some reason The negro iit is said was warned to go back butrefused when the white men or some of them at least attacked him Knott it is said struck him with a rock hUe Canter used a knife The negroes head was broken in and he slightly cut about the face Several pieces of the brokeu skull were taken out by the doctors and the man was conscious and survived three days He made an antfmortem statement but the ature of it has not been given out The particulars are given for what they ar j worth and it is possible that the trial will bring out a differ ent state of case Knott and Canter were arrest ed immediately after the affray and were out on bond until yes terday after the announcement of thu mans death when they were put in jail and the charge of murder placed against them John Knott is well known and come of a prominent family in the county He has a wife and several children Ed or Shar py Canter is hardly 21 years old and a son of Mrs Kate Can ter of this plaee Judge Litsey up to tie hour of going to press had not set a time for the exam ining trial LAND SALE I will offer for sale to the highest bidder County Court day Monday Oct 27 1902 t2 oclock at the Court House door the property of the heirs of Mm W 3v Thbmpsonconshtting of 60acres of lland located three miles from Springfield on county road onefourth miles from Williaburg pike good four room house small barn farm well fenced and iin good state of cultivation Terms icash Remainder iia I and 2 years For further particulars call on G 0 Wharton At thesame time and place I will offer for sale the house and lot of Mrs Nannie Simms loca ted on Doctor street in Spring field Ky rTh6SeFr MorningsiiSuggest Winter Clothing Let us sug gest the place for purchasing ItWIe have earnestly endeavored to makeIour stock more complete than verIbefore There is no Use TELLINGYOQ herethat ye have SUCCEEDED thd1that our prices are right caIIonut and closely inspect our Stock getourprices and be your own Ijudge That is all we 4 tjll HIGH ARfr LQTHIRG lM Each suit positively guaranteed t thinkM g otdt you cant affordto puss them 1 vs P L I Hopingto3 i be favored with a liberal i share ofydtir patronage we reryiain 4ROBERrON BROS L L a Ir T Satt Dates Claimed Below Jsr a list otsales to ba heldfey Arsons who fiaye adver tised tlae4fact either in thIs paper or by hand bills printed byus Oct 187EdeIen Simms live stock j grain etc at Tommy McElroy1 farm Oct 8 George Mullican ad ministrator for M A V Baricw- deceased f on itJIplerments household furni ture and cattle Sale at i pm Oct 21 Cunningham Adams stock grainetcw fits county Oct 22Joo Et Hjgdon seven miles southwest tof Springfleldi live stock graui farming jmple mentis etc Sale begins atel0amSOct 28JohnWKel1y1IvestoO- cL tc 24 Robert Parrotti live Lstockgrl etc adminisIfor Mrs ArenaPete live stock giain farming im plements etc at jthe Peters hOm Stead neai Mackville beginning at lOoclockarnS Dct 25 Walker Lancaster on the streets of Springfield farming implements3and household furniture Sale- at 1pm Oct 27Mrs Nannie Simms residencem Springfield t Nov 1 HO Gardiner hbuse and mill property 4 miles from Loretto Bruce Norman + The Above lis a 1kelieofRevTobJ T Brown author of Bruce Nor It Ignota society novel nor one from the oveaworked historical field UIie a novel with a purpose sad yetwitb a loftier purpose than the average purpose novel Its purpose IltO teach Jesaona of industry perseyer once unswerving integrity loftljtea and purity pf life thought and aim The one Jewon which the book Incol catesisI that true success iisto be sought aind found in unselfishness lit the utter sacrifice of self for the good of others The plot fsa aseinatlago- UC I and many interesting characters play parts In th4 story baf Brace Norman the hero Is the central igr ore who amid all tbe ops aad dowse of fortune maintain IsObtnsewitIj UBfalt rlng stop and keeps his eye fixed upon the star of right It lea safe book toputInto the haads pf the young bacaose of the Ioftin 98 ofJits reHgooa teaching and Ita lessoiMof moral heroismS v BRUCE NORMANByJohnPBron Size 6Jx 8 inches 24 pp bowad- in cloth Gold embossed Price 1 Louisville Kentucky Jobs Tj Brown Publishing Oo xne riasterer i thought you were working on old Kayi new boise The Painter So r was but we had 5 row an he said hed put the rest of the paint on himself The PlasrerMd did het The Painter Yes ia least thats wkere he put most of it 0 Is the most common 1letter L 900 letters e occurs 1S1tJmes1D Eagllih 184 times In Bfencb 145 la Spanish I781n German Moat people put In a lifetime plan ning for some great pleasure and die before they get around to it Atchlso Globe la Lapse Tim When two married mel who haveat seen each other tOIl 8O tliid meet one of them always gay before tkey t separate Jets seefcow e1dJs ydar oldcrt cow And then after Jbe gett tb nnaiverhft adds It attonUhlJe l Isnt It lipw time does lyrosecvllle Haks JournaL A ttaivKeep yer temper lieJdie IfeTSt quarrel wi an angry peraoaepec1a1Iy I womait Mind ye a soft aMWec aye best Ifs commaaied aai ferby It make them far xaadder tliai ely thing else ye coald isj tI TMiuTlt 8Jt UohaCoffeeoo Eet JMwr = taJ=Lism CSUh t f1B 8 WelnyTc J9WIlismtlwi tfOURIMMENSE SIflGLiI I We al yor especi1 aUentiith j our great va frGoodA i 54inch alT woolcheeki 4Oe r J 84n h all JJL gtredMk goods4O6c 88iu bmfMci l k and Iora6Oe t to J HO ff 38inrh allJ I wooiZib nee black awl t colors60cil Sinch All jrfo SJia A Sk u 50 jt J e T 1 obiinchtMeltonsvblk nd oloJllJI W 4 15O r 1i i 52inchWoo1CordurfO ys15O 52incb all woolilop Sckings bIC I t and co1oii25pI f t 1 cc 54 inpl1i SnoW Flake Knkerbocker 1It l t t 4 42incn PbbiilieVio ti bk QDlril i A great variety of W tQIl1i fit12i t lrpe r t iOOpeiceOuthgsto2Oc t to W peic Flitnn1kttl 7kc t2 = M A r t5 i i w Largest stock fMe1its and Womzti r tUnderwear fi Furnishing Gb1for i iIJ Wl r LLNDLINTSRi i i rJ everthowif iin Springf wldii Our stpclc 1of small notions is coiTiplet Ses ourrr new rBMts GdlfGlov Shjnt Wait L Sets Bt Fins4stalChat1ain B1s i I Beaded Chatelainl Bagi CtistpnrCovers aca tb tI i We liff lead imf 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kr 4UtII 1iJIiUe c1Gnl- Ja7 tiprtMTkt karma ita naaniag aid 11asaabdLapcudwItb Ifa- kerasIskraad atrwiK fUi trainer seest IM esel Trt4 awakt aid alert sIkerwIs he isay aUe a botch of itWiirthbia 11cb4seseVd C t 1 ttf t n a traTeWYHUa tJMted racy Mtfoa the wend toaatkority far tfc atuiat sac teed la onll TMaai tt haM ttc m fariaa rrhere Is asCa Mrt M Ut world he says Mwkir7a petaa er While 11iiCjky Iiat 8itt- bad use rMnky ite uaIrTss TktMtlvM could aet iiierstamdl ktoi aid i fjawd te recogalse the pic lures IM 4rir aa Jkt tegpu Tk fI tftt etjtH Mfealty kt Dlaty my an HitSiaMply pvided withI kaadrcda of FMlMHl mt tlif Pset If lMtoad of tk cra larlaiprt o laRt id keta aid shoes the foot from ialaacy were aBewed a tfH aaa aat wal icTtlafweat it may be qUe tmlcktsettkar faadtoaa besides these of bee aol a4iviIs1a1ag the welKht et the k4y Certaia at least it is sea valaky aerial bom without t anaf have auiaaccd to use a 1f 1i5iTPI11tk aid evii5 avii iwPtlIMall Gazette 0M4 M M a War Kiir8i d Wl jYoa told is0 jw fatbi weddfg preaeBf would ksA ckcck Tr Iar ffwrML WiskE ariiwe tuiIfMI 1N1CW aj Tribes TkEYDNIK EAWAmR Csetse ud W Pljseaa uXetse X1R It eu ill1 klIsreeldiit as OUeUe fMtaaBM tH Brtkra ortln X tfce MfBUteeat IslaM of New Britata in ttMIteWtoeli1 a atatiMM at a place called Ka LtJM tkM farthest at fradijjig l7tH w HIe1 lIid aid iJkid bStttIe Wtk Is Ie I ftmad- ytoBty ribl to tady fefrdHf fia te1 rTMBltyv Tarntv ef Mfaral varIeties aH fIt MwJJ1iisagi were teati cFeatS 1eCU l wkl4oscka toM frqBato tH raUlaty JPraaly 4waa wkkk lay ktwi a y fceaw 1YdItaUeaJaIMiMW kay tw a4y IM diaajirkil tfe kaVy ftit tt the littorali wail titi kfaitt tAiBJaaig t4fWM These p e r i4a krpea I the haul if aaHira PIiiiti bIrd 1era14ol nk eag e titer a watt tmaen pC by 1calMMit I aftj m3rpltt 4 r half a atiIi pI aaa1talmiNs Ijh aret aclckbor was a German pi jj 4 i r rJvvLcIJI= tlaC T lag MM Oy waB Wb n111f tItetMiraNWIlatleM is keidaM plt e 7 tewa from the ftreat Iktbe1 taMarglB ae the water awl iriak iritk a BOeat BjyiBat The karboc at bit apot klat alawef kaalodcecl Qtie water ae imoeth ag gjlIiiC 4 wIth st Ute aiatat ripe tfce fcirfl irajr s aaUed te driak wltbeat wettiaf their yhMUg My aelgkbor wfcbhid ved Buayyaara da New Britain toY aw that this Vriakiair of sea water was eealMtlt both cockatooa aadpiceona ank aid that Il some ecc4ne the t keackea weiald be Uae with them the cockatoos pot only Drinking but bath lag aid apparently jorIst them elvM greatly D riB the aext aIr poatka especially wbea the feather Was cilia and rainy I frequently no ticed plgeosa lid cockatoos come to the aalt water to drink t At ntI thought that aa fresh water In many places bubbled up tkroBgk the sand at low tide the birds were not really drinking the sea water but by watching closely I distinctly paw them walk across these tiny run Bete without making any attempt to drlak1hentoo the whole Iot the Giuelle penlnsubi Is cut up py count isis streams olI water and run falls What1caUIHsea water Another pecullarlpr of the t New Britain and New Ireland pigeon IIa its fondness for the chili pepper berry During three months of the i year when these befr1esare ripe the birds crops are full of them and often their lash la sa pungent and smells so strongly of he chlllas to be quIte un eatable Chambers JournaL- Irda IB Indlam Levcadi All primitive people ngard the bird as specially wise and favored Living la tkealr he Is regarded as exercising control over atmospheric phenomena and knowing so well his own migra tory seasons the Indians observe his flights as foreboding or good to themselves The Huron believe that the dove carries the souls of the departed hence Tke Dakotas say the storm bird dwells so high aa to be out of human vision and carries a fresh water lake on his back so Jthat when he plumes himself It reins when be winks his bright eyes it lightens when he taps his wings tkaader rolls The Alaskans hold much the same Idea about the thunder blrdc rqlghtybriLTwairriora ff appareatpreasons The kingfisher Is anxious to server his broth cisa i Ryaltr aJ refuIty- WliM I w tkeCeE aerr dl4 not Intro 4ci swearing into Kngland but he kwtfctwftk Wta a very forcible oath b1tftec aBi ke combined cwlUlltthetoter rWa aspect ef the eyeBwhich always JlGlWJiiia a time the rulers ot England with peesibly here and there an excep ta awre with great frequency and Tcr It I related that even Queen BM whose auburn locks did not belle a B ry ttaaper would break into a a ifer K expletive that would rattle tkf tyil WlJ owa and frighten th- esio1d1 aaLToyal attea4anta from aWk of iplseaUc yeeorseL- ondTier r TWO CASES OE TilPHUS Je7f4if TitrkMk Peeler amA a MedIed PreierI5tleM rlir O f yaa la his book The Sub Iii aaaJItt People says that a Turk ItptwHwIVerydoctor considered the case hopeless but prescribed for the patient and took his leave The next day in passing by he inquired of a servant at itbe door If hia jnaster was dead iDeadr waa the reply lNo he la much better The doctor hastened upstairs to ob thin the solution of the miracle Why said the convalescent 9 was consumed with thirst and I drank a pailful of the Juice of pickled cabbage Won ertulr quoth the doctor and out came the tablets on which ho made this inscription Cored of phus fever Mehemed Agb4 an uphol pickledjcabbagel Soon after the doctor was called to anoth patient a yaghllkgfe or dealer in embroidered handkerchiefs who was suffering from the same malady He forthwith prescribed a pailful of pie kled cabbage Juice t OB calling the next day o congratu- Late his patient on his rrecovery he was astonished to be told that the man was dead In bin bewilderment atj these ph- eaoena be came to the sa4 conclusIon and duly noted It In his memoranda that although In cases of jyphus fever pickled cabbage Juice Is an efficient remedy It Is not to be uie4unless the patient be by profession an upholster A Poor Compliment People dont often insult you when they mean to be gracious said an art ist the other day Insults are the up- i ations of nature and udt mere mat ters of words But I wanu exper cnce that made me laugh hud yet Irri tated me Somebody take one of your snow- t scenes for a spring landscape quired an amiable friend it No replied the hrtlsUthls was not a matter of professloiial pride A tradesman sent me a bill fin which unlnteutlally charged me 0nly aboutbeI third of what owed hlmf Thought he stood a better chance uptcdtheNow bold on Billy and let me tell the story Well that was the second time he hId sent a bill top less than I wed and I wrote blip at note calling his attention to the error This morn tag I got a letter from him in which he thanked me for my honesty A man zany thank you for your courtesy or for ybur kindness but when he thanks you for being hop est It Is an Insult One might as well praise a man for not beating his wife The Soli Wn Net Congenial It was Aunt Bebeccasi first Visit to her niece a city girl wba had married a Jew years before and jbeguu house keeping ina pretty towii In southern Michigan piyrtk sb aidJookingjoutofsth yesi1haveaftMw M fceTgolng to waste Wkydt- yes BtaBt peach treesfxher e kflBI Iiallr In this clIaiat Io aBBty replied the young wife the sell Iii r llhave tried It Te reaieaker those cajinied peackM yes aBt BM year before lastVTheT- wsre te Meet I ever aW7 tIl 1MsItbeisLatheyard j yss er Thl ness thlni biYerPiJlsj you j atetJlIvei 11bra11 ImeW n e HOME1CkCADET8T- hTe r Sew MaaatWeIt Pelat aid BV Paag of Noitalai The new mtfh at West Point has one outth1firstsuffer the pangs of homesickness Ho has entered uplri a course of liscIu pllne quite uuIIi4anything In IBexIporlence Every act of his dally lift Is feNt ted by an Inflexible systemj He iirs no friend at hand the wordI sympathy isetUiB to be unknown lltyI1butlR1Yllp Life at West Point j j It Is a common sight font jeadetVcor pral going Into the room of a plebe Ito find him seated at his table pen In himtstaring blankly at the paper or the wulL The cadet corral takes In the scene before him ITomeslck mister he asks Yes sirr replies the plebe looking shamefitced Sure sign a new mans homesick when hes caught at study table writS lug his resignation rejoins the cor poral composedly The plebe wbnderlng how It Is that the cadett corporal Is such a mind read er flushes looks at the sheet before him and slowly tears It up corporalTpathy he roes on Dont get down In the mouth been through ttie mistIve myself Its tough on you youve been here ja little whilel theres no in dueewnt11n earth that could make you1 leave of your own choice Braco upr Homesickness bits em all at first I Then the corporal glances about and falls at once Into the brusque tone of the Instructor See here mister be remarks policing is one of the most Important duties of the soldier Your shoe brush Is out of place Havent I told you where it belongs And you cap Is on your bed Now mister So he goes on with a list of cr1m i clsms whMi at once reduce life to a practical level The plebe has enough tInglmober letterpp more I IIPICKINGS FROM FICTION I Its a great thing to to of some use in the worjd Brlntoi EliotIIf not sure of the merit quote them as anothers Myra of the Pines The woman who makes a doormat of herself will always be trodden upon Fables For the Elite Those who have not been imposed upon are a thiefs equal with a thIefs- dlscernmentTbeFooL If a man is obliged to make a fool of himself it is best he should afford amusement to others while doing io The Minority No man Should ever try to be artless He too clumsy It is like trying to do miniature painting with a white wash brushThe Riddle of LiteiWhen once a woman has the folly to plead for herself in that moment she murders love and every tear she sheds thereafter becomes another clod upon his Brave Margaret Tudor A woman is all heart and sentiment and while her fortress is a strong one yet she expects to be conquered and once she Surrenders she loves no one more than her conquerorBuell Hampton IA Change Sled tome Over Him There are some things in this world for which not even the most profound rural philosopher can account to his own satisfaction j I never saw an animal move so slowly before In all my Ute cried an exasperated traveler In a New Hump shire stage behind which the clouds of a rapidly rising storm were growing blacker every moment Cant the horse go any faster You had an cellent one ten years ago when I used to spend the summer here Thats the curou thing about it said the driver gazing first at his steed and then at th uneasy pnsscu er in mildly speculative way This boss the very same Identical hbsq that I drove that summer dont know what in tunkets got Into him IIo seems to have lost his animation Youths CompunlonI Ilia Free Will Offering Wimte that 5 kept out of my sal ary torU demanded the employee of the state Institution Thats your voluntary contribution for campaign purposes blandly re plied the superintendent uBJ1tlt Isnt a voluntary contribu tion Youlve no right to hold It out on me That wasnt In the bargain Ij never beard anything about it before It Is a gouge and wont stand Itr IBut you have to pay It 3ou know your Jbb Does it go1Yyes roluutaryChlcnf True Sympathy TomiWhy so melancholy old man JackMJss Jones rejected me last rTomr others JackYes of course but somehow II cant help tooling sorry for the poor girt Chicago News t ITop Much Promised father forglrV Jier for run nintc off and getting married Yes tin old man wild that h WOuld fingive and forget tbemIudianapolis NPWK AithItMI shi niyy has no know dr of raidlelm tSie dresxniaLvr who tiIUS1 ld Itx Jigs a lot of natluuce ifstfleMIlug Makes ck Eadiu so t Jw iinezueiirsoffc Vesf siu advised him to practice rconoiny unit be started in by setting her an mutation dlamona Detroit Proe Press RusSians who are relijgiotia do not sal pigeons because bit tkeVraaBctlty cea f faTed pa thtf dove ia the ItriftarM oat is nifle tais ak atge stI iertiandOreSi J lSEA 1OwasAs PETsI Tla WtCr Lftt Croateree Xem eIaeuSThe queerest ptsTn the world are kept in a beautifuifqw 0f clear flash ing round glass tanks on an upper floor of a large aquarliinj As jou ap glow4iglittlelug and mingling df ful tritlc weeds and shining stones Thbn when you atfirstjusthandsome growIof the flowers lolt likp dainty pink nOd white and yellow apd purple and nimdtikepetalsOtherspure white and peret Theso flowers bl1relyIllgemost large enough to tIUn Kiiutcr flowIcngitlfiilv for all at oucii you wijU see juui move Its petals tllen you will e nijither anti iinotun do It Slowly tlu tnU untold or contract with 11ltth Jitrkht uiovun ents R inetime- stvi1iii1u tlu water like Kimkcs- whichItUs iIIfhI1J viI have disappeared Thiwe tl ti yen aro really not flow fcru at nil hey nri living creatures kiiowii as tl a lUieuioiies- llorI marc years a scientist has tendwl and fed them und the little animated lower nctutlly have come to kttv hltu Wheii be feeds them he putd a llttl lilt of IlBh on the end of a lour pouto l stick and puts it care full down Ito the wpter until it Is near the nnomone It did not take long for the beautiful things to understand It nud whi miH at first they used to withdraw their petals and shut up tightly wh u the stick approached now they twine jmicefully and stretch tljclr dainty arms out as far ns they ca uo In ord rto reach it London Answers LONDON CAB ERVICE Why It INlbS flout and the Cheapest In the VqrtU M eryone knows either from ex perience or hearBryvthat the cab serv ice In London Is the best and cheap est in the world but few of us know why So when I was cover there I made it a point to find out The woman who occupied the other seat in the hansom looked as If she would like to heart the result of his Investigations It Is mainly due he continued to the tact that licenses to drive cabs and buses through the Lon appUitory proofs of his honesty when tiles his application at Scotland Yard and his references are carefully veil fled Then he undergoes such a rigid examination as to his knowledge of UttleImanageI anIthe would be Jehu as he threads his way through the jqm Probably 20 percent of the applicants come to grief during this test as the slightest infraction of the rules of the road or the exercise of bad judgment in con trolling or guiding his horse means absolute failure If successful the 1mIIlay and told that an attempt to make excessive charges means the forfeiture of his license The result is comparn live safety to the passengers in cabs and a reasonable certainly that there iwill be no attempt upon the cabbys part to overcharge his tarcNew York Tribune RHINOCEROS HUNTING j3Th KllltuK of Dig Bblao OB the flanks of tho Nile thatIrhino must be far nothlngtUlIpointed out brute lying quite close tome The sun beating on bor mud caked hide made It blend so per fectly with the red earth and yellowish grate that I should have walked right up without seeing h rSbe sprang to aJshort dash toward us but thought better of It and rushed down a small slope on to a flat bed of short reeds Here she turned again and defied us Again then heavy guns roared She spun round and round several times staggered covered and dashed off only to stop however under the next treeThe 303a cracked and In a wild chorus of thank full yells she toppled over rose again spun round and finally subsided Into th0 grass We went up quite close to finish her She fought hard to rise and have a last charge but the little pencil like bullet aJ1ln lIp cl on Its sad errand and the game old r0Hc of prehistoric times breathed her last We were sad m nwe gazed upon her grotesque misshapen form Somehow one feels suh a blatant upstart In the presence of jtne pachyderms when one thinks of the unbroken line that dates back un changed Into the unthinkable ages of 1th pastEwart Grogan In OutlnJ Pats Tremble tat bad come over to America with the expectation of finding money lylngl around loose only waiting for some waslloItghailonlzed and was Mways glad to get hold of odd Jobs which would net him a lllttle something jto help him keep body and soul together Finally coming tired of the struggle be de cided to end It all and was very indus triously tying a rope around his waist when his landlord happened in on him1 After watching him curiously for a few minutes he askdi- Jr4Vhat s upFU Whatar you try of Trbyla to choke meself av cooroe- rwfs Pats answer Choke yourself You cant 4o it that way YouU have to put the rope around your neck Sure an I thrtedjthot but 1 couldnt breathe JJew York Times ICIua ed view lIea dreadfully disagreeable and boorish Tut tat myijear He use to be but he la no longer Howlathatr jOVhy since he baa become famous rflf have decided to consider him only delightfully eccentricl and original Chicago rOIlt1 4 Relative Importance tthepoUttalbofotlain than Henry WtII aziswired the candidate wont exactly ywy hes greater but he lIIIa gn Fftieal inore influence with j c fplr tyfa wjorn I am doing jltustncsti Bt present Washingtoii 1fr I Tkc UeaLamaa Ierqliatel Strange anduureaoueaNelw hA aateed to the eadmaaa his lull fknH of emoluments He was well tUle his work end jnever iiNec J 5pfs ldull season From the towns he reP celved ppulfry bit lder i1J f monasteries fish andTgaaw The Ab bar de SaintGennaln save him every year a pigs head llil aye de iatat Martin five jToayeaot Lwud and five bot ties of wlncv Cakes were baked for him on the eve pf Epiphany For each leper 1 tn the Tcomtnunlty horexa ted rkavea knows why a tax at Christmas tlrnc Los flUes de Jole wcr MH vassals It was his privilege to seize Jn the market place aRD1l1cb cOrn as bti could carry away In his hands ydt the peasants thus frt cly robbed BuluJf ed uf1nurnnjr crosdlngthyjiu Ivea Ifrltk fer J ypr iiI he lujtssed He bud the power to sae Trom death any woman on her way to the scaffold provided heWer able and willing to marry her He was the first oilUialcallwl to4he body of a suicide nUtlx stand on the dead mans breast he clu tI aX his own everything he could kchW1tIVth point of hIs long sword Agnes Rep pller in Harpers Magazine i AU Slrliilni i Holman P Days rue Tree Bal IQB tells in verse a number of sIn rica that actually happened down in Maine and are remembered thereto day by old narrators One relates to Barney McGaUldrle n landlord oi that state at whose bols famous men liked to stay that they might enJoy a merry Joke Barney was always l yalto his friends At one tine a new net dealer came to town ntid tried to secure the landlords lia I have always bought meat ot Jed HaskcH said Barney and I guess wont change But said the other old Haskell doesnt know his business Hodont even know how to cut meat Well drawled Barney Ive al ways found that ile knows enough about it to cut sirloin1 steak clear to the horn and thats good enough for me The PenjrulnB Bump of Locality On shore the pen nl an awkward eIJhuntedI erally try to run away lnafi uprlght position hut just as thje hunter thinks ho lisa got one the Iir llesdowu onlte white belly and paddies along over the snow very quickly the hard smooth quills sUpping over the snow crystals almost without friction Aren lknbhj j characteristic of the penguin JInt Ta human eyes one ice floe is iirrrfsely r like another batnndir that Vtxjf of similar Ilee floes I hurt seen a p nguln of the larger species Curt its muter on a floe after diving and swimming for a full mile under water Lesliei An Infallible limit Brlggs My wife hiis land a wonder ful cure She has recovered hor voice after belngunable to utter a word for nearly six months Grjggs You dontiij an lU How didl It come aboutMBrlggs In the most nnexpectrd way We happened to call ut a nclshlwrai where they were playing cartln W thought we might as well take a hand What was the result In less than fivi minutes my wile was asking In a strong clear v6lce Vhafa truiipsr Boston Transcript Bteriilty unconventional preacbrc utrIAn to give his hearers a vivid re 41fItike out drop of water and thou take one hop a day actual the country 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