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L yy i 0 J1ITI ttit N isit1OIER Lr t D t 1 + i iifj f jSrd r SeriesusV0L IX No 43 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTiBEB 510 1902 100 AYEA1S 11e r J p = JIIIUNDERTAKERSI AND EMBALMJERS O iI aJklll ot 1tPHONE 53 t QUI DIRECTORY pxGFI1tD county seat of Wagii c eIf outk 4ef JtCI 1fromnt B rittowi branch ofV j4Ii111e ad akvil1etai1rOtl in jciingl a1t agTIcItltbtraI dIstricta 1wo Banks ietecrapk aad telepkbae feMVexprwM0 ec Jour raillsf lumber 1 japi Ff Vtkni 1100 population of I M t3risoo epeative In Congress Hon D II iIItk Bodltef1vlle ICy Rtprettatatire la Kentucky Lejru lature flon G A DakoayJjeepreiintatlrc in State Senate Hon- PnryearCaiPbel3SVillex R fc KT I Cty Directory iCIRCUIT COuRTCo CircHltCoart begins en the fourth Moudxr In February May and Octos kfr i Jii Pattern IudgerWH Sweeney Commonwealth Ati tener i rCapU Clerk The A Medley Master CommUs eir QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Cowrt is keld on the third iin iCoHdayJoSwiei month p Bl Utser Judge v COUNTY COURT 1 Coonty Court meets on the fourth Monday la eah meutb BL 1tseyTndge Wf P Booker County Clerk T S Majet County Attorney l George Catiett Jailer Byron Croake Sieriflr Richard Isham fSidneyRH Mullican i Deputkst0 XdMasfers James FMoote Count Surveyor TI y or T fOBryan Deputr t Rebett Koe Treasurer J Knt Coronet I CITY COURT James ce Judge JohnGrace Marshal W D Claybrooke City Attorney l t JUSTICCOUTr JnstIceiC6urt4are held in January riijuijnjlOctober Ghiirch lrectty aIBA pTIITll 4t present ito regumr Pastor Aicea everr UndaYat II nm and 730 t ym Sunday School at 830 Prayer ICeetinron iWednesday night at 73O METHODIST CHURtH R TJVpVard Pastor Service OKtkel it aRdjTJhirdSuudajs in eacbj meatb atll am and 730p m Su- ngyhO1 every Sunday at 10 ain Prayer meetlisg every Wednesdaj IChtI CAjTHOLiIC CHURCH a Rev PFHeaQessaT Pastor Se View n8cfS day Sand 10 oclock a i Scrvicea at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ret H SLioyd Pastor Services 4 on4jndourth Sunday 10 each umtk PEMBYTEBIAN CHURCH XyG A Strickland puton preehln Z W rjr Sunday at 11 am amd at 7 pm Sunday wshool eVery saday a 1Q am Prayer meeting very Thaeidy eyaalHg at7 o clock Fr trft Order irvSOXliitipCB Springlleid 1oiz e rNoiSo iaee second Mpuday in each k1 l nul y Wamhin jiton R O Chapter No 57j msvweverV third iJonday SprinitfieldCouncll Noc2 meets oi every tpnrtk MpHaiy KsiCKTi of TMf MACA KKS Meets I iierecTLliidN1 M1Jt TA EE 1 ttTttIIS 1 i 42J 44 e4 Px L1I PK iL4 altMUlle1clLT 5 ami Ji qVsiley Hill I n U 3eerl- Li 4 47 s1- ssusWs4sWsbll2 5 t M 1- 8nl7 iJBu GIIsI flaHwwsI141Wisiwt fIS 1808 M l43 M Dsvlliefl 4 s IS cAMSPriiIc I5- 41Nb6s 81 51 I 1M 7044 II 1 JhiiIIJC 7 10- 5syUle73H urNi iasmostkLsWWs7Sark730 0CIIJI if ji BOUND A T u ft8An Of TJ1LI ztIi t tattlers lrllllt Bile Weather MBB and clouds and skies of June And flowers of Juno together Ye cannot rivet for onehoartOctobers bright blue weather 4 pWhenBeiated tnnftlesB vagrant And golden rod Ir dying fast And lanes with grapes are fragrant When gentians roll their fringes tight To save them for the morning And chestnuts fall from gatlnburrnI Without a sound of warning on the ground rediapples lie In piles like jewels sbinftigf And redder still on old stone walls Are leaves of woodbine twining When comrades Beek country Haunts JJy twos and twos together iin And count like mtoers hour by hour of Octobers bright blue weathero suns and skies and flowers of June Count all your boasts together Love Jovetb best ofall the yearCOdojerVLright blue weatherGHelen Bunt Jackson ISHING Probably by next P L spring ivhen the fishuig opens j Spriugfield will have one of the finest fishing so sin this section The res of the Water Works is an ideal place for fish to thrie and multiply and it has been well stocked with severalAarieties of game fish which on v need a lit tle time to grow and to develop size and strength sp as to put up hal fight against being cap l tured that iis w delight to the heart of all true anglers No fishing is allowed at the Water- Works lake now but it is likely hpt in the spring a fishing club Will be organized and the mem bership limited to a fJBw good citizens who will for tie privi lege of fishing contribute to at und to provide a watchman at s he place to take care of boats and to keep an eye out for anyE Due who attempts to trespass PL the fishing grounds The laVf will doubtless prove a popular place next summer vrTTJNTiNGi Although the JLJ open ftson for quail shoot ing will nod be on for about three weeks ret there are al- eady some bunters in the fields These hunters are of course hunting rabbits It has been observed in thy past few years however that these rabbit ihunters are dangerous to tthe life and safety of the birds The temptation is much too great and a rabbit hunter is a dangerous factor in the field for few can resist taking a crack at a covey of birds should they stumble upon them in the course i RabDitjBirdSj every should make iit a point to help enforce the game law and to re port any fellow caught Killing out of season The grand jury is in session now and if a few of jh and ePothunwrswere finfd it might provconvictedI and a warning to the others T URAL ROUTES The author ities that beat Washing ton or elsewhere appear mon strous slow about getting into operation those free rural mail routes which havd been promis ed for this county and unless some improvement is made over the present rate of progress it maybe a long time yet befere the resident of the back district iDay enjoy the privilege of hav tiring his mail delivered to his door Owing to the large number ofr these new routes which are to be put in ppei ation ahd also to tjjjhe great amount of government red taJ e to be dealt out develop ments are necessarily slow Cfcncrressman Dave Smith whoI wasinSptngJ5eidla6t week gave It as his opinion tlt would Januarvusbefore the Washmgtou Ount routes will be put inpp rat j4k There are loW routes laid oiif for this county and in that respect tne residents have fared I weU Ii Q TREmsThe town trustees p are contemplating soma frtreet imprpvemeati for the town r AITPf which it isneedless toy will ifilla long felt want Thfe finan Ices for such purposes aie some w what limited it is ldbut it is- o t he intention pf the trustees to repair the streets aslmuch as- ractittble i with the funds avail tVat fr TTEW ENTERPRISE I Spring jLfield is to have another manufacturing con errIn the shape of anew cigar factory t Mr J Charles Greene hs bought t of J Walter Brown vhe outfit I brapdsgoodwill etp Qt the Trafalgar Cigar to of Lexing ton and will open the business this place for the manufacture the Trafalgar Don jfuah and ther well known brands of that company The Trafalgar Co was organized in Springfield and its igars are well known Mr I reene is a popular and capable young business man and should t o well The more of sjich manq factoring concerns thatj are start el in a townjthe better it is for I the town so all such should be encouraged Bythe way what the town needs bad among I other things is a united efforts among the citizens to ncourage and to induce the locating in the f town of as many manjjfacturies t as possible Anything that i gives honest employment to labor is a town builder and town I builders are what we wiint Goes LIke Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes drug gist C T Smith of Davis Ky is DrKings NewDisC v ry for Consumption Coughsj and Colds because it always ctfresIn my e sIx years of sales it never has failed I have known it to save suffers froth Throat rand Lung Mi pases woo coaia get no help lOaaIu I PP remedy Mu I1 ii it tii j ans prescribe it alia vJJi Ion drugstore gnarrntee tis1ac ion or refund price Trial bottles fee Regsires 50c anxt ltIa dozen Times a ulgjit l Mr OwenDnnn of Ben iton Ferry W Va writes I have had kidnevtrbuble for years and it became sp bad I had to get np at least a dozen times a uiphtj I neverreccived aiiy permanen benefit from any medicinci until I tried Foleys Kiduey Care After two bot ties I am cured Sold bvC Haydon MARRIED AT BARD TOWN The Wedding of Miss Cecelia Cdelenand Mr Uamilion Robertson was a notablpMair autifullln appointment was y bIen dinpthe lives jBe Cecelia Edelen and Mr Robertson which oc at St Josephs cburqh Wednesday Oct 22 at bigh noon Rev OConnell assisted by five Domincian priests prestsofflcia- ted Messrs Tbm Moors Puul Rod man Pius Whelan oflBardstown and John Snaiding Iof Sritg field were ie usher The bide was pharmin rly govvnftl n a blue SUit and car rid brid rose nd white chry sarHh nnms The music upon tlis occasion was tteautifuiIhnraniSt Miss Ann Blincoe beiug aiy assisted by Mrs John Newtnun on tlie violin iind Mr John Cooney on the con et Immedialb I after the cere mony Mr l d Mrs Robertson were driveo New Eaven where II they toox tlkstrain for an exteni sive eostern trip Upon their reVuru thev iL maketneir home in jThedaugltr off Mr Henry Ed len cftbis place and isa charming ajnd popular young lady Mr Robertson is a prominent and nterprisin r young man of Springfield Among the dutofjtown Rue ts present ai the wedding vr ref Mrs George Rob rtsor Miss Mattie Robertson j Mr LJurV Jjpjbertson and wHeJMr Llovd l Hkylclpn and wife Mrs Charles HkyHp Miss Bertha Ha don Mrs Jein Simms ijoti family Mr Gab fgeMedleyj and danger ters Misai grtradeiSbadef Mn Louis Kare anti thers froc Springfield Batd town Stat dardif i Kehtuckyls Crop Report 4 Comi nissipneri NallsStatetI1 f t report for the month of Octobe j is as fc ilciws western part of the state llhel during September from a conditnn of extreme drouth the orstt in forty years as stated by uChrljtiant correspondent to one f pier teous rainfall too much in som localities Late cornll and ttbacco and the pastures Ii r2vived and very much improve Some farmers lost their peas filom thefixcessive mOisturer fter hey werecnt and before they could be stacked In thatll stctior ther was some injury ton tobjccp from frost but the condi tion ot this crop gained seyelJr pointsjin the first crop division during the month Preparation of tbejgrpund for fall seeding was mkde easy by the trequent rains find the prospect iis for altt most die average area for wheatjj and rye t In thesecond crop I divisioni a seyerej drouth In tIb southernh part was only broken after the first or September Crops were badly damaged and the rainsa When they came were of more benefif in making fall seeding t practicable than in the growth of corp tobacco sorghum etc come several re IntPiisection rotting in the shocksand fodder molding Chinch bugs are reported plentia fuli in porn in Washington counb ty and farmers are delaying sowa ing wheat on accoun of them Early frost has killed the stock peas ip Allen county and corn fodder and sorghum tvcre injur ed This was also true in several other counties of this division Thej third crop divirion incluz ding jthe Bluegrass countiesa proper and those ad jar en t has fared pretty well except along he northern border crops gedrally did fairly welt Tobacco will make 77 pr cent of an average as indicated by correspon dentsjand the quality bids to bef an improvement on that of last year It was mostly housed before the 1st of October in goad condition A complaint of tofkiiccojbeing damaged in b rns comeilrom Trimble county It may be safely thd that the Bur ley crop will be saved without mate ial damage provided there is not a long spell of wet foggy weather to house burn In the mount insectionthe season has bean generally favor able for corn and such fore cTopas are grown in that part of the state Salesmen Wanted after our interests in TOfIIOOk and adjacent coun ti or commission Address the HARVEY OIL Co Cleveland Ohio Iln maemia aud most womans ail nientt the digestion is weak the mak ing of color flesh and strength out of fpod i i imperfect so that the patient iM weuk wan and nervous and dyspep tic This conditiOn can be corrected bfrta ing course of Herbine Price 5d cents at Haydons Out of Deaths Jaws when death seemed very near from a severe owach anu liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durum NC Or Kings tfew Life Pills saver v io and gaVe perfect health Bc pills oh eartli and only 2c auCJ Hayd on s drug store Wd have seen the frail infant when the f lint struggle for existence seemed al nost ended resusticated ann made stro g by the use of Whites Cream Ver lifugc Price 25 centu at CJ Hay ons Old Relics M t J Wes Uobardshis in his poshtssion ujuiir of andirons mace in Washington City in 3752 thai have been in the family 10 ove a century and being a lover of curios he prizes them very highly These od fashioned irpna weigh twenty pounds each andj have mouli d into them 13 sins representing the 38 state which are plaiply visible yet not vithstandingtheir long usago and upporting thousands o backlogs both in Virginia ante in Kentucky during and the Revolutionary daysHat rod sburg Democrat t I C huskers sprained wrist barb wir cuts burns bruise severe lacer aliens and external injuries ofany- nkin are happ ycnledby uppiyinjf fiallards Snow Linement Price 2is anq cents tHavdonS- IREtUIY1f rIMorcAfcoHt that Report of High waymen who Attempted to Rob Allei Hayes 4 r Many rumors tr4 afloat con cettpiinKthe Allen Hayes holdup One is a welt toowri citizen who lives just ovet Iheitne 0 Wash ington county has died from wounds inflicted by Hays and aqd that he made aj dying decla ratlun to the effect that he an an other man whom hnamed were ihehighwaynien Hayes lives ear Cornishville this county One night two weeks ago he was returning from Wellington conn ty and was confronted by two men who demanded his money Ome of the robbers caught the horse and the other attempted tq turn the buggy over Hayes jumped out ofthe vehicle and the fellow tried to encircle him with his arms andHayes stabbed im twice He backed away crying He has put me At this the other let tro the horse nd camc atHays nd was stab bed five or six tunes He re treated and fearing that Hays would follow bimj he halloed You have cut me all to pieces for Gods sake donft cut me again Hays then got in his buggy and drove home leaving his assail nts in the road Iris said he a pocket book that day qctUd the woujdbe robbers before be went to work on them tha he did nol care forhis money but he did not intend they should take his new purse Foi a week or more it has been generally known itnat two citi eus of Washington county were t their homes near Willisnurg suffering from knife wouuds Another rumor is that before ying the highwayman stated that he and his companion after being wounded agreed to give out that they had fallen out ought and cut one another People from that section who were here yesterday while ac quainted with all the details used to mention names While we Know the names of the alleged highwaymen we refrain put ting them in tvpe preferring to wait for later developments Harrpdsbufg Herald Qitizens from the Willtsburs heignborhuod deny any know ledge if any one being at that place wounded Brouchltls for 28 years Mrs Minerva Hmith of Danvill Ill writes I had bronchitis for 2S years and neAer cpt relief until I used Foleys Houey and Tar It is 4 sure cure Contains no opiates Sol byHaydojn Look out For fever BiUiousuess and liver disorders a this season may be prevented by clea iug the system with DeWitts I lttl Early Risers They move thqbowe gently but copiously and by reaso ot the tonic properties give tone au strength to the glands 0 J Haydon Brutal Assaulti Mi Ben Vaujarsdall who move from this county to Lincoln core ty was assaulted by three roll bers Tuesday night and is iyiJ at deahsdoor from his woun de had just caleb his supper an was seated at the heart hstou conversing with ihis family whej some one at the jfrontgate calle him He wen to the door an saw three men in the road On Iof them sked if his was wbejr Mr Vanarsdall lived Receiv ing an affirmative reply one J them said he wished to sprak I Bad Coughs I had a bad cough for six weeks and could find no relief until I tried Aycrjs Cherry Pecto 1ral Only onefourthf of the bottle cured HawnNewington Ont Neglected colds always lead to somethingserious- They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia onsumptioniw eAyersCherry Pecttftal just as soon 1as your cough begins A few doses will cure you then Tkmitmt cMe JUKrtfiwi CosMlt your doetr It he sys tekerktkea do M k 7I If tSII7SrSOtto uka thes dt tms JC Mi knows IMY5 tt wHh klw A JIH phndI the road He declined and stepped back as one of the men grab bd at him another at the same time striking him a fearful blow on the forehead He sank sense less to the ground and the marIauders went through his pockets getting 40 After Ij ing uncon 1 iscious r nearly an hour thea wounded man relov red sufar ciently to crawl t16 the porcha where his family were apprised 6f htscondition by hearing him groan Bloodhounds were put on the track of the scoundrels and led the officers to the house of a tenant onthe farm but thea ma has not enarrested Mr Vanarsdall is a model citizen in I every respect Heis the father in law of Circuit Clerk Casey Alin who in company with John 3 Ross drove the twonty miles to the Vanarsdall home on hearing i of in the affair Late reports say grave fears are entertained as to the recovery of the wounded man Still later reports last nightsay that four men have been arrested Harrodsb r g Herald Beware r lufmeat for Catarrh tlcontalnlnA bAsof smell and comoletelj derange the wholel S system when ontojing it i rciuy the t buccnQ eurfaces Such articles should never be used gxept on prescriptions of repatable RbyaicLtns as the damage the vi d tenfold to the good yo u can lYarsibly derive from them RaJa Catarrh Cure manu faotured liyo F J ChencjCo of Toledo 0 contains mercury and i taken internally dioectly on theC blood and mucous serCaces of ih system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure youUi et the genuine Itis taken internally ufl made in Toledo 6 by F J Cheney oCoSold by dr s Price 75 cents a bfittlo Halls Family Pills arc the best t The worst f rmVMnltitudcs are singing the praises t of Kodol the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and strong by digesting vhat the eat by transforming their food into rich red blood that makss you feel good allu over Mrs Cronfill of Troy I T tayst For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which greAt into worse form Finally I was i iuduced to uwe Kodol and after nseing four bottles I am cnred I heartily recommend Kodol to sufferers frou in digestion and dyspepsia Take a dostafter each meal It digests what yqu eatj J Haydon Wretched Billionaire The story is told of a owner ef SeT eral railroads who was unable to buy relief from the nerve twisting agony of neuralgia It is au unlikely tale The sick man must have known thatr Perry Davis Painkiller would help him at once as it hash lped so many thousands of sufferers in the past 60 years There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis i I 0 lifct titt s IiI Ut- s fli uthic SALEjO VALUABLE L Washington County Land i o t As administrator with the will atnexed of Fletcher WilsOn will on i Taesday November 181902b t the brick residence ut1earm Qffet for sale to the highest rid best bidder at public outcry the lands belonging to Fletcher Wlson at the time of his death situated on Cartrjghts Creek on Springfield and Lebanon t rnt pike 4 miles from Springfield nd five triles from Lebanon and known as the Peter Brown farm n the whole farm therer are o 365 Acres roods and 25 polss Itwill be offered first as awholb nd then two tracts The frs tract contains 207 acres and thesecprid tract contains 158 acres 8 roods and 25 poles With the flrst tract there will be from 45 to 50 acres of rich Cartnght Ore k bottom land With the secpnd tract there will be from 65 tfo 75 l acres of this bottom land On he first tract there is a good rlck residence with all rneces arv outbuildings Onthe secondE tract there urn two residences with all necessary outbuildings sil Taken as a whole or in sepa ate tracts there is hardly o finers farm in Washington conntyl The land is located pu Cartrignt reek and on the best turnpike 5nshort ride of either Springnejd r Lebanon and will grow any thing that any land m Washing ton county will grow tTERMSiJl be sPld on the following j erms One third cash in haad January 1 1903 when posses i sion will be given and the mainder in three equall instalreti eats due and payable in one wG and three years bearing In terest trom January 1 1903 said interest to be due and payable annually until the purchase price is paid off and satisfiedii with a stipulation to the effect hat if Briy installment inter est or principal is not paid at maturity the whole of the then unpaid purchase money and in ter st immediately becbmesvdue and payable and the payment of all of same to be secured by lien retained upon the land The purchaser or purchasers will be required to gire bond withap prove4 security on the date of sale for the performance of bis cjjafract January lt 1903 and10nc January 1 1903 uponh making the payment of l8tbe purcbse rice and executing notes for he remainder as before set out lis personal sacurity wiUbe re eased For further informa ion call on OE address C A WILSON Administrator with will annexed of Fletctiep WilsOn LebanonK- yfH Thul man ittor ey Springfield Ky t Nataral juletv Mothers vega rd approachingw1ute- ith uneasiness children take cold sc shy N6disease coats more little res than croup Iis tttaclis so snd that the sufferer is often beyond n aid before the doctor arrives sew ield readily 10QnEt Min hCure Liquifiestha mucus r 0 Vamatioh removes danger 52rsafe Acts Immedialely txf Ptbs colds grip bronchitis itOw ungtxoubIeflF SsMahon ampahircivrltes if 4fldiren red nig TQicelesfj jmtrbefoie aaor neal contest I intend d1o with aw but took One MInute Cough cure restored my voicela time to Jain the Maf OJ Hayden pDaltClaU coldi ire liable to hanp on alt tar leaving the seeds of brouchltis- sumption and pneumonia Foloys icy and Tar cures quickly and pre tB serious results jtis old and tabletried aud test d gafe and sur ontainsjio opiate and Trill not con iipate For sale byiHaydOn Youni FarmcpsTiilhf ItksI yesterday afternoon bear Atoka between Gib Good and Ben Jones 6n one hana And Al x Goode on the other JQib Go64e was seriously cut by his cousin J Alex The trouble grewtQut 0 an argument in which iBerfJpnof arid Gib 0pode accused Atex of tetlinfigieir buggy 4hip Tbt ipartles are Mil proaiinent ipr tnert of the Awn neighborhood AlyocateI BTjUtst Orchard The largest apple orchard iin the World is soon td be planted ii- iinlJaclede county Mis ouri short distance from the zhIn linapnthe Frisco ixijilrpad The land has already been pnr t ch sedbya syndicate capital wed at f1000000 and promotedr y residents oDes Moines la A and assistedby the Frisco Tail road One of the difeclbrs of the new enterprise is a Kansas Oityt man W11Jai O C rrollwhochas r had much experience in fruitin the Ozark region of Miissonri Mr Carroll was in K ansas Gityf afewdays ago n company With Gol E Johnson dud otheJomi ials oi the Frisco system vrhelargest orchard fin tbe world today is in the Oar t mountains said lir Cirfoll It has 2300 acres plantod i12t fruit treea My companyhtf purcdased 5000 acres VearLgb F anon Missouri We will plantr evpry acre of it in fruit tries l When the apple trees are anV bearing which will be abput six years from iow we will hays the large orchard in the world t Do you not XPect to receivejbony returns from your JlVe tiJv ment before six years have pixs ed was askedJ YEs wewillptanfc SSOacrtfe in peich trees These will yield t withini about three years if tile easons are tavorablerhe peach crop isvnot so sure as flieV apple crop and that is why we decided to plant most of hft 000 acresin apple trees While the apple trees are growingthat is during the next three or four years wewilli plant small fruits and grain be fv ween the rows of apple trees By the plan our big farmwill4 yielda good revenue before we gather the first crop of apples y Mr Carroll saidthe 5000 acre hat will be converted into ari V apple orchard are now covered with foresttiees We have let the contract for clearing the land If continued Mr Carroll II Horticulturigtf i have found out tbatland which is productive of fruit trees is also good for fruit trees When everyou see healthy virgin forett that is an indictaion that the 8qifff and drainage will produce good crops of fruit We intend to plant lIflytrees to the Johnathsins and acrWwill W planted orchards in haVe ixty trees planted to nacre Tile capital stock of th new company will be 1000000 Inv order jto assistthe promoters of tJ the enterpisethecFriliCO1t Ur way Company has agreSed ftp build 9 spur track five mile beg Ii running from the niilins n ar Lebanon thrpugh the orchard i New York Herald t NeveralkadylK When you have a cough or cold loa ask whatis gopd for itkatl get MW e medicine with little ormo Itaa 4 perhaps iaugeroas Ask fat 7ejHoney and Tar the greafert threat and lung remedy itcaneot fctM aA colds quickly J A switch in timc saves nine sad dose pf Salkrds Horebond ifnJithe bifinningr of a col4 willavtyGI f many weary hours aid even lIa1i aistreaslngafld harassidycow k Price S aid OcentsC J Ba4on The Dltferc A few we ks af6 Iim a towm ot a thousand mile f1wee i burg a preacbey ao4 a rcHat each whipped hit wife Md rtry body in that town did all they could ito keep the iMtltc Mp leaking our Ttw Mxt wi k a poor untutored n gro prodfb7l their example and lMT plrt his bettor half fi WM laid 25 and tvefltw1Ijhard libor Wa asde t tiUMk space to apply the mtl Mrt frin from dlvulgiii UM aems eotthe townrAn rtoii jHftwsV J V Ikft 1 kt CfHUMTi Is chOked with Mt the l thi ih e andoroes out Wa 1i c tnaiMtet- ubeaare clogt wttk IIflame of life fiieker treatment with ABtM ru i brings pti1UW IonstopI1ItSuI0ka4iM i chstud Qi I30 M 1- eoi4swhil Ifs1iket- caumptIos 7 t TuopJ l qJPsepRLaI1 JJG 7U 1iooI Jt ojioG J JIII c JUINlWSUADRt fc SPING1IELDKV- ti t 1 14 1t L DAIIS 0N Jrlt l gpITUE T03USHIR j i pcriq5i ii ii iiiUsjDn caadldalea and political matter tten p rlit i1v Jote work Is done at low rates but cash i jBst bo paidonl delivery of goods It pAert1sI g coatracts made on liberal PpT rnQ v Wv ttaarle and resolutions of respect 3 4 J nU tcrl1ae uomwzsENTs CismityilaKistrates 1350- it ountyOMcera 500 1 DlstrlptOfflcea ItIXJ + TfiUBSDAY OCTOBERS 0 1102It r f V i 7or Gtrcatt Clerk j We are authorized to a1noun the y vataeof t UF BOSIEY V iliiii acandldate for the office of Clerk ofr the Washington Circuit Court wibjecttx the action of the Demo i crattep rty j GQV eckham has secured an opinion from Judge W SPryor holding that under the Constitu t l tion lie iis eligible to reeleetion This opinion is indorsed by Captt WT Ellis fO merGov J Pr ctorKnottJJudge James H r 1 Jlazeingg and Mr Lewis tic j t i7 Qubttn Gov Beckham in a few I weeks will formally announce ij his candidecy and begin an ac t tWo campaign Opposing guber f tutorial candidates will doubt L less take issu with these gentle q men but iit looks very much asj ji iflthe governor has the easy sideI of the streett l The complexion of the popula thin of our new possessions is in JS clunge of Teing rapidly changed A news item says number of Old World countries are suffer Ing from ravages pt cholera and I the plague and deaths of tens of thousands of eop1e are re ported The cases of cholera iii the Philippines since March 5ij 2J aggregate 75000 with almost 6760Q deaths The condition of iBruce Head Uo young man who was shot to Sjast Weejf by Drl3uiican con tin t st91improceaIthough slowly All motives jprv lie shooting continue to e 5eja1j0usly guarded i biboth sides Application for r k biiilkfbr rI Duncanf waitsi on I rB eads being jlelared put of qatlgetrtr4 affair has attract 4spiead interest i Vbit er Republican fight ii q L ttllo vSoiaer t judicial tbeensetttdby the withdrawal of ifadguf Tfv ZjxVIbrrow naG WShadpanHrom the race for i1 Otrcuit Jbdef bbth agreeing to v snlllorVOV Wad4ie a 4V inbcliit for the iibminn tion f Thegclt coal jstrikei ii now ay thiig6f tti 6 past Ninety per citrpf ttid collieries around nowJ nf r rn operatior Worlci 11 uin s VaS suspended iea W inorder that thernhi jifirt may elebrate Mitchell Day 1 t t t C f J A Pun tiiv J i r tLrit Hays the jovial and P ItI ocb who collects for theoernWen it tax ontwhisL lttriuttontst Was laying a tax on r teri of Rolling Fork nqt jJl g jje wjiena startling exper iis J a eJbefelL lirm atseye ell Clfi y ioripus pppl foi bass He I r1 isw uted it Ivil to himself t iinadaf jr ifc striigafci l andIdl liiid tii sileude w He hud only til ps more stee bank to get J iJtidras passing curefally and t giue lly when fvr precautions JS wake he took hold of a protrud jcjng sycamore root to swing hirn seif jast the dangerous spottJf when suddenly thfr tre ch 9i jUpt broke and he waspreclpi i tated in the water Ibjwas cool With remarkable presence of 1Imind he held up his minnow atoickot ando kept thOrn from fr 1l Kctiingr wet and himself scramblj adQatwItbsu b haste and dex terjtY as to udriedouti witji in an hour and a halfTnet spfih unfortunately terrorized tuo ughh and even their curiousiby- iivifcigate the unasual phe l5o CoUld not induce them r iirm to the spot ReeOrd tf 1Lr4rt4er CrI bIg1le rns1 g News From The County t I 1 IIII- Happenings Among the County People l as Reported byour Correspondents fCINWIGK Miss Jennie Settles pent Sat urday amd Sunday with MisJJ Jessie Noel Mr Bob Shewmaker Spant last week with her sister at Tablow j wallistonJohn Kelley made a flyi g trip toI Tablow last Sunday Miss Verna Rogers spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Bob Mcllyoy jMrsW To Logsdon and Myrt tsited the family of JN Smiht Sunday Quite k number of our people attended a party at Willisburg Saturday nighii Revs P F Humphrey hued iis regular appoint ent last Saturday Talhanf Springst Mark Dedman sold threo cows o William Terrell for 3O34 and 35 per head f Mrs J A Carotners wasy pifri fully injured last week n 5kjcritjlis place by the horse whichshe was driving becoming iith tened and upsetting tbeJiiiihicle W N Kelibgsoldi 4 cows to Wiljiajtn Terrel Co Price un known Thom Reed and wife of Qwington are visiting friends this week t John Foster bought a calf from J P Johnson for 850 William Jenkins was pamully hurt last week Be was attempting to ride a voung horse and the horse ran away with himrTn Widowers Association is tube hld in this comncuniiy some time in the near future All widowers ard especially old ones are invited to attend If you come by rail LicksVilqt t wilt bo the nearest station and you will tind ready conveyances to the grounds Therod re Breeding bought of Mrs Beltie Armstrong 8 acres Of land for 200 J Wand Levi Satterly sold a nice hutch of steers to Henry Graham Co Price unknown Born to the wife of Johnny CAulett an egirl Mrs Isiah Prather is on the sck list forest View rvlr Robert rowe of Marion egamiltat St Rose church last Tuesday Arthur Smith and Miss Maud Smith married at St Rose ojj last Wednesday Carricrattended a dance over in Mario county last Monday night Miss Mary Rose Wheatley ha returned home after a protracted stay with her aunt Mrs Piuj Nally 1 Wntt O Bryan made a flyij trip to Louisville the first of t week A mission was begun at Rose last Sunday morning oclock and will emit throughout the week will be three services andypm Wo feel that al Th tend will be ben- elitteMenoiffli Timbers of oak keep they homestead standing thro theyears It pays to use right stuffS J i Men of oaku are me rugged healthmen WJ soJisest materials Childhood is the time to thefo Nation for a sturdy stitution thatwilllastloryea Scotts Emulsion is the rig stuffIScotts Emulsion stimulatel the growingwersdchildren helps them build g firm foundation fora sturdy constv tUtl0 flC d fortrlle OOTTk BQWNB Clwmlst J 4Q 41f P rl MIMork500 JUKI 900 wHdriMvUte Mr Frank Carrico who hasn been confined to his bed for several days is much improved Fletcher Carrico has turned his baok on Bantown and iis t now rambling around the famous Pond of J3earwallow IF Carricos large and beauti ful pet coon in the quiet Hours of last Sunday night stole but and committed suicide by hanging himself over a cross beam in an old outhousje And hpw the only remaining pot in the com munity is Alex Hamiltons beau tiful red fox which we hjinoe wIll be too cunning to commi such a crime The peopluout here aie look ing forward to the starting of fee delivery and taikingfof what paper they will take irfhecounty paper should be first and here we stand ready tc f eceive your subscribtion Lethe first trip brinsrypu all the good old NEWS LEADER 1 watch The kidneys Wbcu they are affected life is in 4atff rllsivs Dr Abernethji the great nfljsh physician Foies Kidney C reinakes sound kidneys For sale jliyHadoj I Scheme That FaUejfl Tom teasIngly Would yop be sorry to bear that I am going to marry Edyth r Mayme Indeed I should TomWbyIMaymeBecause I really like Edyth Chicago NewslThere are two sides to every ques tion Sand Its surprising how much there Is to the other sideI ben you hear It fairly presentedfcf Atchison Globe Soap Like tears soap Seemed a dim recollection Soapye yed bet ter get some soap ye neied soap And she counted out fire pennies Rut brought back one of them The Boqdlady put it In her purser Theres some big sticks of pepper mint We dout eat candy herel Ruth showed her tempera tent was quite as sunny as her hair swallowing her disappointment Instead otthe pep permint Then having used the soap ppon herself she attacked thje floor Her cleanliness was contagious Next morning the Bondlady used soap too Stili more surprising she bought Ruth a stick of peppermint Tile Bondludy ceased to pjy her un pleasant trade merely because of her ill luck to the money senscj was still strong In her While the ourt was taking awnj her hereinbefore men tioned dwellings she found consola tion In the glittering gold concealed in an old chest of drawers One day Ruth saw her with a stockingful of coin After that she would u6 longer listen to pleas of poverty hr entreat ies for goodies and pretty things to wear became quite as irresistible as had been her plea in the courtyard Slowly but surely the kinship due to that fiery touch of nature grew Into love Then one day In early spring Ruth asked the Boudlady low much niGiuy have you got uother I dont know exactly But how much about About But why do yie want fknow Ruth- Because thought if you only1id enough to get away from hire to out into one of the new parts to stunS n little 6u Ci MOO M esl LAFE 11N THE NORTHWEST Ifyoi have UDV irleaofwang- iLf you c location ro int th iv N rthy st wuuro ify Is worth iinsi IIije the coming empire of this Citjiitrj Climate adelevation are found sn great variety andJ Iud will nevei bw as low pricedI agtin as it is now For firming fruit riicgand grazing n pariiuu lorf nur O nintry Pqu its it Irrigatjon makes the farmer in dependjEnt whne irrigation is praCic d and ttnj finest irrigabe partS of oui Country are iuCMoDI taua and Washington TheJ iiAns and clues are sill growing rapidly in tie Nortiwesu Let m e kopw what von Want adw will tfv to hIp you Ljre a re all sorts of places and kinds oT land i Jlhe Northwes tern States throughshich the Northern Pacific runs Dont wait until it is too Uteto 40 Low JSettlers Rvies ar in effect during Srpembfr and Oct fer Wm to we where ym ant to gO end will tell you what itjWill cost r CHAS S FEE Ginr ras Ant Northern Pacific Ry SI Paul Mnr Happipeas depeuds very murh on the condition of the liver and kiaueyr Tbe ills of life make bnt little impres sion on those whose dhjesticn is good You jcau regulate your liver aud kid nevs with Herbine And enjoy health and buovaricv of spirits Price 5dcts at C J Haydons Ferslf uoms In Peralai i rrll sti ki Turkey and throughout rilernlly mod- wat rtr UMnt lIown and In evr r women und girls may be sdhtt li Lreak on their way to the common lls Just as in old Bible times Tl carry their pitchers on their shou rs and bring water for the househ uses of tHe day The well is tie lernl clearing house for news Another common sight in Persian towns Is the tea seller He carries a big brass teapot in either hand the oue full of hot water the other of tea lila cups are in a tray which is fastened to his belt Lie cries in a singsong tone Hot tea Sweet ten Tea of crimson color His tea is prepared with herbs and hasa deli clous Hiyiny odor Wine is carried about in becfSklns which plumped out to their original form by the fluid with in present n startling appearance to the novice It is one of the impossible things for the western barbarian to at- taIn admission to the Persian royal harem but the nlfjo for photographs has pcuutrntpd oven that sequestered latelyIbeen admitted for the purpose iof pho tographing the royal infants Ndw York Tribune Character In Iaugiiter Clearly a persons character is shown by the manner In which he laughs or rather by the sound which he makes it Is maintained by a European psychologist The following according to him arc unerring Indications TboseWho Inugh In A or who snake sound like A are frank loyal and foiid of bustle und movement and are generally of a versatile character- Those who laugh In E are phleg matic and melancholy Those who laugh ris most chil dren do are timid irresolute can ld jnffcctlomite and ever ready to work for to ibcrs Thou who lauui in 0 nro KT cuss lIlI ud Irrahl11T vho laiii1 II F lire nisatr Iu Bingo II Ito tiring my ivlfe 11 1lio allIti ri luiii ht- Wlnt riiv T huts tItt hut cio me a favor old umn iu t lit her wcrfr her now Inss itnnt wlIIl my wife to si It j jst iiw t Rill u grlinlj Why thats whatwe rcoeg for Eye Did Not C ose For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing moje necessary to health youifwhen you went to bed there is n affection of ihe nerves plainly present If your heart is weak or there Is an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will brineonseriousvine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves sb that sleep may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great blood and heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and im proves the circulation Some time ago was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart would seemingly stop belting and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night In ten months was ill Icould get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure 4tn drug store in Lawrence pediclntFran loit Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and iu tthree days have derived moretenent gotfromthink ererybody ought to know of the veious power contained in your remedies H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky I All druggists sell lad guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad w DUMAS ON SNAKES tjA Cbsrncter1stlc roIoftbe Imp cnnlona French Author foundjIngnuts asking for his assistance Dumas at once prepared a romiuce In sir vol umes In the meunUfce the editor asked him for sonic articles or cause lies which were to be published immediately I have the very thing cried Dumslit i was just nltout to start on a whole series about snakes On snakeYes J have the entire sub Ject at my fliigers endi spent half my life Btudylng them Theres not a eoul who knowsV anything about the dear Interesting little Creatures You will find 4t will be a tacat success this article The editor half convinced agreed to accept this article on snakes saying to Jiimself After all Dumas is very likely to hit on something effective If you want a little cashIn advance you can draw on me I have plenty said Dumas for the first time in my life I confess but still I really have enough They P1rtedand the editor returned to his office On arriving tlicre he found Alexanders secretary waiting for him with the following paper ready signed Received the sym of napoleons on iaccount of my story A hearty squeeze of the hand A D The next day tile secretary arrived with the first fenilleton and a letter which ran My Dear Friend Be jklnd enough to hand the bearer the suu1 of napoleons AD The very same evening came a dispatch from Havre On receipt of this please send nape Icons to my lodgings at FrascatL A thousand thanks X D Jen hour later came another My Dear BoyI should have said not naps You are my best friend The feuftleton Is on the road A DUMAS The finale of this capital story Is less characteristic The feuilleton rived by post on the following day and was found to contain exactly four lines of Dumas composition two at the beginning and twp at the end of the paper Thus It ran I copy from my good friend Dr Revoll the following particulars about snakes Chen came a long essay on that subject all copied out In his own neat handwriting and closed by this original remark In my next I will deal with the boa con strictor the mOt curious of all the snakes Brack and White BIRD DOGS Some of the Almoit Hnman Work These Clever Canine Perform Reading denotes that a dog Is follow ing a trail toward the birds by their 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 ap proaching birds by a scent in the air as a man might follow a flock of sheep by the long line of dust hovering over and around the trail Drawing Is considered a much superior manner to roading It ncommonly marked by greater accuracy quickness of execution and dash of manner Pointing Is the stop which the dog makes when lie has definitely nt d the birds or when be thinks hasJot done so It Is the preliminary pause to accurately determine the whereabouts of the hidden birds before he springs to capture It he misjudges and springs In the wrong direction all his pains and labor come to nothing In his training he is encouraged to point but is prohibited springing so that after 11 time he makes his point and holds itt stanchly If by any act willful or otherwise he alarms The birds and they take wing It Is called a push If the dogj 3wbetthe birds he commits an error If uii det certain circumstances he 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 thesis and therefore Impossible to ktiow of their presence Outing Hnnittn ParadoxfOtto often bears 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 is to be seen almost any day In New York The gentleman Is said to be u minister in the city dud colordIIII the distance he bears the scinblance of a white man more espe emily on account of his pallid features and gray white halrt he Is unmistak ably of the colored race and what is not the least remarkable Is that consonance with his paradoxical ap pearance he Is wont to relish hot Ic cream putfsNew York Times Sinking a Mirror Here is the method used In the manu facture of a mirror After the glass has been carefully polished oiv both sides it is laid on a firm table usually of stone with upturned edges and one jor more sheets of tin foil are laid upon the plate Quicksilver Is then sprdad over it and at once forms an amalgam with the tin making a re fleeting surface Scheme For nidlacr Ke- A woman who is both careless and forgetful had been chided so severei for leaving trunks and bureau drawers unlocked In a boarding house that sh set herself to cultivate the habit locking It up But what to do with the keys after she had locked up puzzled her sorely She bad no pockets to put them In and her purse was crammed full of miscellany She tried putting them In the frpnt of her corsage but they made an uncomfortable and un sightly bunch there Then she took to hldin5thew la out of the way but she always for got where she had put them and she spent nough time In searching for then to have written a book or per formed some other orkor value to the world The other day she hit upon what at first seemed ito hr mi Inspired scheme She pttt the keys with y prudence in her little braty tteakettle md then lest she should forget where she hud hidden them note and stuck It on her pjncusblop saying Kyrsare lathe tcakettleNew york Press One Kind of Frlpndnhln NntarnJlr OueGIrlaetrId to tlss me lust night Another What In itbe world did you dd1OhI was up In arms In u minute Smart Set I fleIirttIour lJItjip headaches you acquire from butt- Ing against tee world Puck k T i Ii tiwitiwOitidiU itiOjitithtiitiiti kt4j iJ t j j we B11H B q pJ f f Ii f I diSif J iidwe llauies hserow vehicles marketr 4tc- 5Auy Sty 3 Call make a selection and readyforrhJ5 T SEEDING DIME i if1 2Jt g You remember is at handlildi r j t T e have of all kinds irr i diUJ tI1ifJ Jf0Wee make a SSpecialty ofNorthern Seed Oats t 2fa 1 THOMPSQNGREEN T i 1 SPRINGFIELD KY Je OO Ot tft f f t tt t f t f m m Could Not Pass the Examination 1IhOUSejIvalued for her execntlvu ability but her judgment so v htn most csI that her mistress has come to defend greatly mattersi upon her opinion In certain Do you think Jr s would be a good man for us to u up Into the mountains with us this summer Aunt Caline she asked one day referring to a handsome young darky wile had been for six weeks In her umi oj Aunt Caline folded her arms zntl as turned her most judku aspect Missy Kate she said firmly dons watch dat boy eber since ie hytr rn done test him WhI tested hJr In de case ob de sprli d Ifoun ou dat when It come to f dat boy vus all take old an m llttl rstMissy Kate an dot pore sisii ob character In my oplIi When Mark Two as be mur career as a bum j bets rr he 1his day arranged whIm woii nc qulntance that she J sin bo and start the applause hen ho silJuIj stroke his mnstachf Tbeltcrstarted off so well that uo did lat ttli- lly such help however for he 4htt- he audience tram the first ry rul by when not saying anything vortliy particular notice o happ r1 t1I pull his mustache ai Isanxk ui In the box at once le into applause Mark was but bn uy by the misadventuro ud ever r Jward carefully avrled empla such help to success =Question XOOB Yes Ir said th nian with a frayed c lar that lil Is worth f 800 a foot and only a year ago I could have bought it for a song jBut you couldnt sing eh cackled the funny man The man with the r td collar eyed him distantly and bghtlly and replied In cold cutting tones Oh could sing but I couldnt get thi right notes And the funny man looked ns crushed as an overripe strawl rrry at the bottom of the basket ange MtiHt Slave Thought Her Miss Clnm1 declare was never to Insulted In my life Oh how hate IhlDI Misa AugitWhom Miss Clara Thnt ig snip of a Dashuwny Miss AnglerWhat he done Miss CiarriWhy lu isketl me this afternoon if thought there was much yeJrsIIPat Trouble lot had come over to America with the expecttlon of finding money lying around loose only waiting for some ooneto pick It up Of course this was long ago Pat had soon become disH Unionized andwaIuys glad to get hold of odd jobs wlmb woull net him a little something to help him keep body and soul together Finally be conilns tired of the struggle he rtr elded to end It oil nail was very trlously tying a md bl aist when his landlon d In on him After watching curiously for a few minutes he n up Pill mt are you try IIhats answer to choke sell av cOOl yourself ou cant do It 1that way Youll ha o put the rope around your neck IeSure an I flirted t but 1 couldnt breathe New Yorl mes 1 Didnt Vonck For m filmieSt Have you got a ng that will cure rheumatism i ired the tomer Why er said the druggist Iinii Ing along behind 4he counter towards the medicine we have soy erol er remedies that ore highly w recornmeuded Tforrheunuatlsm rhl cajo Tribune i Ulilch nu ire wo flnvfs of uri frogmen thundered the orator pans for a reply Some of tis are married came the dnswer from the last row pf Heats New York oiin i Some Coffees tire a cheap coating v If glazing helps coffee f why arent the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed als- oLion Coffeei- s not glazed It is per fectly pure and hasa delicious flavor Thd4ptsnrsml 1uatt7 saSSuHass rro 9 ifjJlJcan afford to sfell them atfclose Otu l i ffull pf qiiir nf the latesti ui4 siiolp1 blest on the i fs 1uda4 rtqjl and be i t must nedr grass seeds fi sjielves Glazed 1wIth k CEMENT y At Lowest Prices J l LOUGH LUMBER- DRESSEDLUMBr co J EH ti SH and DOORS H LATH and SHINGLE 1 CV t CONTRACTING 1 1Y ling in the buildIng naatthe SPRING HLD LUMBER COus Yard h CELL IND GET P ICES AK rc w SIMM s BEN P StIMS JPBNE SIMMS FRNK Wt SlMMS GO Livery Feed M Sale sStabe5- New a and Stylish Rigs ndgoodHors s Sptcial outfits for travelling men GivevuB a trial ComfortaWe stalls nd good treat inent for hoarding horses PHONE 75 SPRINGFIELDirKY Miss Ida M Snyder Trwwnrer of the Brooklyn East End Art Clab If women would pay more attentiae to their health we would have ofC happy wives mothers end daughtsrs end II they would observe results they Would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the TaLly cures theyare given credit for In consulting with my druggist he ad vised rlcEIrccs Wine of CardulandTh d fords BlickDraught and 101 took It u4 have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me vritfcrestored health and it only lookihree months to cure me Wine of Cardul isaregalatoro the menstrual functions and is a most istontshing tonic for women It cures scanty suppressed too frequ nt trig ular and painful menstruation failing of the womb whites and flooding It is helpful yrben apprpachinff woman hood durin- gltrtcYafter ciiii- bmrthand in Itfre tQhomesthatdrtitts have f100 bottlfis of Wine of Carai WINECARDWPreCbftueerZ4T5 I confess I cant understand what your babys saying It Is a queer uinguage Isnt tT Pflladelpflerfleason I nut why did you encourage him tit you didnt want him to propose Because justnt that Hline Jhtro wasnt any one else to eucourageV Chlthgo PostIA man fifty years old bps trailed ISOOO miles eaten nina npd n halC tons of meat nnd fish uhdi eggs land vegetables and drunk 7000 gallons 6C fluid v- Jlo ISxcnBe Tail Tinted H was a new gun ydur hclnorwpr tested the prisoner ansi t did nott kuow It was loaded Rut nrgu J the judgO the dealer han Just told tw that you dh not ipny for the weapon VThat has that to do wltfr tT payr9rll1deller he And Jhe Judge tried tp loot oji nucbt- 1kO the pictures ot SolQP1on pr- couldBalUmOle merkUl r i CnrlMC a Daelftt iiC It Is said that a Harvard man WM was visiting Paris in some Innocent way offended a club member whe prompUyl slapped his face the French recelveaLlcl11ilepgq proccediug the Harvard man turned and looked for an Instant at hIs ad versary then quick as a flash pulled back his strong right hand and sent the fellow rolling across the floor breaking the bones of his B9 eln two places After a few weeks when the French man had sufficiently recovered from the lucldjent to discover what had hap pened be leaned a formal challenge ta his American offender tp fight a duel and being be recipient of the chal ledge the American was permitted ta select the weapons He prempitlychose a baseball and being an oId pitcher thretv with an accuracy whlch resulted In the Frenchmans getting another wound on the nose curing him entirely of the love for dueling norr New TerSe Sleep New Yprk a city of InfinlU variety There Aije those who hav beth with outsleen and those who aleepwIthOBt beds Three thousand at keg wintey residents slumber In the cradles of the canal barges that come eacbyear from the cnqlsot New York state tioc- the great lakes and Lake ChatnpIaJaXa 4pend the winter months moored la New York harbor Inith tenement districts man Us wife aid kis four or six or eight or more children keiotna single room and oatf who roec about tbiei cy finds mifny a dftvjjce for slumber and repose OB Washlngtt street on the west side where the Turks tjhe Greeks the Assyriaasp- nthetEst15na livenear nelghborate a colonyi f Irish Is tqueerlltttp eirioa tal botelionthe top flqqrbrii tenenient Loslle Weekly zzte 1I1ertIMrs fiash The idea of Mrs Kisi having Society aspIrations Wky ht r fath er was a peddler Mr DashYes sbec entirely toe foe wnrd She ought to haag txek satll people have forgotten It Now Iocase my dear it was your raodfather Who was a peddler fc True Drea The other night I took a nap MtlM ofit and dreamed ametbiac Hall was going through tatfl I 2 Did the drettta com inMl Yes TphenlT awoliitf iM y wile had gone through my pockets Tges tew la sharp enoughCkicas NeWt IIttPrdigy Victor to little W7rLetI M what you have learned la jest icWti Now can ya tell ttsrsesbetween 3 andC1- FreddThaths vr withy JL bee ltk ir Inthect aa a thee iti tjfttot yni New Yor Times ztemeeMee Wereyou otive aiei i4is toldt the pILl rosin yq WtaOti t iIldaug t rTrle 1t lie was DttfttI tI CoaeceI ob o1 1 IRJMB1RTOPtIDENTJ j h f TEETH EXTRACTED Tr1Ti1OUT PAI14II 1 i r O fio rH gwi Block up stairs JSPBIglEl KY r A11 Dental Work Strictly vFjrstclass 2 git t febAMPTbN Lte I OF1CEwf Inftpera House iiiiioW DRiSS1JJSIOGKJ 3PKIKGFIELD KY f OFFICDriRinbart for mer offices oVer Peoples Deposit Baok Office hours 12 to 2 p m t f itJ W F GR1GSBY ATTORNey AT LAW l Yom ov fPeoples Bank i SPRJiOFIELD KY ni h rxoj RcnlLLDSInTE L l For Sale t v- fa HOTOH Agent 1 l t I have in my charge for saotLin a Mt following list of farms mostly located IuWaahfnatoirijonnty Also have rtand I2 1 I my charge Beyeral pieces of town property Fall description of any of frtiiis property rnilb edo demand I 11LISfOF FARMS f24O acre farm good land first clas J provimenta of every kind ne- arI Sprincfleld Price 50 pexaorewi 33 facre farm 3 mI1OBfom Spring I jield tear the pikehflrflt lil ssbnbprr vement of every kind ricei t per acre j285 acre farm miles from Springa pi fleJdifairly good housej good barn t and good outbuildings farm welli i l fenced and watered Prlce30 per acre t J45 acre farn 14 miles from Sjirltip at Dv J good improvements well tenet 1 on Andwalpred not on pike bat near pike irlce 825 5 W arre ftrm li miles for Spring tI field po the pike good Improveinenls of every kind welt fenced and well1e watered Price 40 f I 150 ncre farm 3i miles from Spring QeJion the pike good small bon 8so and Jbfirri large tpbncco barn r rmS Vl tnostly in grassj price 50 per acre f V6o6acrd farm 2 miles from8prlng field on the pike plain comfortable bouse on the farm well watered an daci i fenced price 30 per acre r t 240 acrA farm Smiles from Spring field tberl small bone and Lt pbarl cTrr i timberland lays welt price 823 per tina4ii r t 170 acre tarmimnes from Spring ifleld good landtf fairly good improve t njent I price S3700J dt- 8JO acre farm TJTniles from Siring se fleldVjn pike firstclass mpruTiiiunts in of every kind good land well Wvilernl price 345 per acre ISO aCres of land 6 miles from f L Springfield no improvoment theerf s of creek bottom price S30 prl lare the 275 acrfarm 5 mIles From Bards i town on pJt tj jropil tH firstclass impto mtH lay w mostly in 5 graSs price S4250peracreC 60 acres of land 5 miles from Spring field on Pleasant Run small houe r and barn good well lays well price 30peracre v 186 acre farm Smiles train Spring field good house and barnsomep 2 timber well fenced and waterel price 30 per acre t 70 acre farm 41 miles from Sprint IfieIdon the plkd good house audT Imt fO acres creek bottom good vella t housei farm mostly in grus price lpJOt ge f e 135 acre farm 9 miles troui Spring field on the pike nice new frame Jioase BrO good new barn good tenant hoUse on place two gocdis cistern Prica 830 per acre f 2O acre tarm2 mJI s from Srlng ithfield on the pike good house and barn farirfweHJenced and watered pricehe fS pef acre tan 42cr61lafmJ fine land good im proV riiu t8Jvl1wat re and fenced ties price 35 per acre jhE 4QIIE1J QUALfTYst FORk UADlES WEAE bo 1CI JJI ly L j f I th I H S ST SHOE itiIiPrsa1eiy tv V j reJ IAISFIELDI t Springfield K oI s W ffJ WN W OOfi iiil ii ii i LocI Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest All About Yourself Friends 1I I and Acquaintances A full Jineof pattern and readytowear hats at Mrs Kate Williams IISay boys late your laundry tot Jim Hagan he represents thie- ebanon Steam Laundry good ork guaranteed Office atS Hagans Store For cleaning dyeing altering and pressing mens womens and childrens clothing call 0 Mrs Herman Sctimenk Goc work atreasonable pricesL In order to close out my Ilarge stock of millinery early wi sell frOth now on at greatly reI duced prices Mrs Kate Williams The numberof tbe ca hllis 90 A iYDne ot 3hermcate call us up Mr B W Neikirk one of the hustlirg young farmers of the county presented the editor with monster turnip of his own rais Ofga half pounds and measures 23 inches in circumferencem Mr WI S Y Goodlet of the Polin neighlxrhood and who Iis one of tho most substantialllciti1an zeris loftheth blood poison Mr oodlet received a slight scratch ptl the nd last Friday and blood poison set in and fatal results e feared at this writingde The sale of the personal prop erty live stock etc df Mrs Arena Peter deceased took place her late home near Mackville last Thursday and was we IIof attended A Ur e amcjunt of property was sold at good prices e1MrtwtatemMessrsnof Jessamine county for T and Jj Y Mayes the old Mayes g farm three miles from town The farm contains g02acres C afcd the price paid was 45 per re Clem Cutsinger Sam Hay oyd Cheatham and Smitii 1n Cr of the county were vie is of too much county courtE day booze on Monday and were landed in jail at various times Sringquently released after satisfy g a small fine for their misbe haviOr T Mr G C WJaarton sold for 0 heirs of MrsWm Thompson Thompson faim consistinjr tl- of 60 acres located one and dne half miles from Springfield for P 77 Mrt W Thompson be 0 1me the purchaser Tne farm was sold at public auction on the strfeetson Monday G Mr Joe Rlanford and Miss Julia Smith two wellknown and pular young neople of the county were marr on listt Wednesday at St E o e church i he bride is the daughter of J Rich Smith a popular farmer while Mr Blanford is lerer tyticraiser Mr F M Martin of this place tigentwould be valuable addition tbe equipmenljjof every house ld It is kiewn as the Puri Water StilT and by 1ts use water may b1 rd of all impuri such as typhoid germs an dhmade absolutely pure and althful The still is on exhi tion at W od Campbells drug Ore by Mr Allen Sutton and Miss Berth Button bo h of the Hills ro community came in town Wednesday at nOon and were manned at th6 photograph gHIeryof E A Cox Rev W Ezra Sutherland performing the ceremony The newly wedded couple took the train immediate after the ceremony for Illi nol0 where they will make their C future xhome Objections from Uei weddinff Notice fe1Iesv moved to the house of Mrs ll eyarycanbeldund by all wanting IDldonlt feVi U1kG EaayAfaHMw Httto piNs fftg it jourt tiThDaySalos town on Monday last and the livestock market was quire active therebeing agood beal of stock of all rinds offered Prices werrajIttle off from ast month specially on cattle thesunply being a little ahead of the demand Auctioneer SM Camp bell makes the following report 620dfaau old mara25 one pair aged mules 90 a bay mare 75mare 11160 cow 2510 shoats ajt 519 IP theraged cow 20 cov 207a sov and pigs 2175 2 calves vt 725 each calf 1375 one mute 40I ome and buggy 5450 14 2 yearold steers withdrswn atI 25 per hundred Court Opens The regular term of the Wash ington Circuit Court penod here Monday Judge Oharles P toattesonthe Commonwealth igainst Leslie Shewmaker charg dwitn the murder of George Shew and 11announcedd promises to be ahardl fought llegal battle The defense en gageias attorneys hasI JohnW Lewis W C MoChord and ft H Thnrman Cdmmon weal th Attorney H Sweeney ing related to the defendant tuclinedandvthe prosecution is being conducted by County Attorney tt T Si Mayes John A Fqlton of Bardstcwn and Syl rester Russell Lebanon The entire day jth Tlauuesdayi fort to secure a jury but only evet men were selected The eltii man was found yes terday tirpingstands as follows George Smith E opmithA Cox J F Pettus JfohnW Ja penesF Bosley Frank Gray Arthur Eddleman and H Scott The fallowing compose the grand jury E S Mayes fore ii Tujnijis J rive iTns R XJlaybroOiiv W dl yjIJlOS of Brown Merritt Hungate tihos Etit Wilson E E Wakefield C R FilleatreauHV A Clements iib blmithf The petit grand jury js made up of the following citizens Frank Gray G H Royalty H gr Scott JM Wall jPalmer 1 ifooatleyson John Nail y J T Hjarmon F Bosley J N Hiattj John at Dennis W A Armstrong John Keeling W B Hatchjett H Nelson J L Whartocj W B Spears RobtParrott JjC En sor C Do Robertsou W B RddM T Kimberlin C N CboperC The Sick The condition of Mr H Mi irundy who is suffering with Lda typhoid fever is slowly t mprov ing and no serious corapl cations have Arisen in TMissTphoidalthough tier condition is not a considered dangerous RMrsbeen sick for about five reeks igt no better and she is thought toe in u critical condition ai present SareD sClairrCdi LBeloL ttIsedpaper ort by hand billsnprinted us IINov lH C Gardin Ihuse and mill property 4 miles from or gvJewelry OM Wisetnan Soni Lead ing Jeweler ef Louisvillie have just gotten out a new catalogue embracing everything in thj Jewelry line If you want a hand some article suitable for hrimaspresent at moss reason able price write for a caljalogiu f 12 W MarketSt Louis ille Tv 43tf r Theare thoutatds oi people sot ring untold torture from piles be jeyj e Pile Ointmeut wilt cure hem and patient will remain cured Price h inbottles tubes 75 cents Haydon For Rent tFour room CottagE jtt cor- nletesituated on DoctO street pply to Jolm 0 Sbadettf H fl11 HOIII DENTIsrrOFEIOEfliNgnT BSiuiiv 1 rmanent1y located 2i SPRINGFIELD KY f EERSONAL Mris Mary ANoeIs vlsltmc relalye in Loul 1Henrying retatives here B 1Mr8iQLonfsvlllePennsylvania Railroad Co Miss IjnaKimberlln who has been viBiling Miss Nancy Williams at- araownbasreturnedB home 1 R6v W Ezra Sutherland of Ander son County is here this week as a wit ness in the Shewmaker murder trial Mr and Mra George Cheshier and family have moved to Louisville The many friends of the family will learn is with regret Misses JTulia and Agnes Stocker and Messrs too Bapkhurst and Earl Rob of Bardstowjvupent Sundry at this jllac f and at St Cath io e Mr S M KarriCk moved witb Mil family this week to Bloomfiuld where they go to take charge of the Hotel Wickbam recently purchased by Mr K EarricirMr R B Bl nford formerly of this place but now with the wholesale dry 1 goods house of J M Robinson Nor n Co of Louisville was huro last week to attend the marriage of hl brother to Miss Smith Thou Ben D Spaldfnc of Lebanon f was in town Monday shaking hands with friends Mr Spolding will ban candidate fortho office of Common wealth Attorney for this district Wilt n the time comes f6r annonncemonts to be made Smallpox in Nelson A dispatch from Lebanon in the Courier Journal says The people the lower eod of is county are greatly exctiedI over the appearance in the neigh i borhood of several cass of Small pox Tte families affected live in Nelson ouniy just over e Marion county line dod lies of Nelson as well IlrJrJ Dr J N McCormack of State Board of Health have oeen notified but no aClion ha been uenqNews lids just rt cIid here that three new cae hav thvelif ed in the lust day or two rile ople are greatly alarmed andC are Anxious that the authorities Lake immediate xctun to sup presc Ihe spread of the dismast The worst form Multitudes arc singing the praises t Kodol the newlicoverytviiih is akiug so many sick peupli wt11 and strong by dietiig what theuea by transforming ihetr food into rich red ood tHat makos you feel good all over Mrs Cronfill ofTrovI T jaysIl Fora number of j ears I was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which into worse form Finally I was iuduced to use Kodol and after tiseing ur bottles I am cured I heartily recommend Kodol to sufferers fro ii in dgestion and dyspepsia Take a dos ttercatt4U Haydon ThomasThomas Mrs Nannie J Thomas andI ofejhaplinf s residence liNeilof Mrs Margaret y by Judge Daujjherty M 1iThomas is a progressive farmerS and is well and favorably known Nelson and adjoining counties he bride is a popular lulyphe newly married couple have hdst of friends wh WIS Inis happiness and pmsperityl S ecord = jJ you you w A 10 f 4 H A sloe in map driving ji tine taath J of miii call on1 you Vtth a Cooking Rtxnte use the talk mid stratogy possible to sell you a Rauga If you Want t ft T aRangeall we ask that yoU home to l ouV store and if we cannot show you a t boater Range for less money then you t buy from them We have the Range that krocks them out and it is larger ahd bertcrandl last of all we can sellit pat it pin your home and guarantee i itIin every come and see what i we hatind also See our line of Heaters and Cook Btovos Beware Beware of the Range Peddler v SHULTZ McEIroyMcChord One of the home wed dings that haa cvei occufed in wlis that which unit ed two of the top rls trios pop ular young peoplelat the home of the brides parents Mr and jMrs W T McElroV on last eve ningSthe parties being jrHugli Phillips VfcChord tand Miss Eleanor Denison Mc lrov The improvised alter in the spacious parlor wa beantifnUy decorated with Whi e chrsanthe murns and Southern smilax the same decorations being also no ticeable throughout the house The happy youu couple en tpredthe parlor t6 te strains of Mendelssohn Wedding March played by Mrs Clifton Green The briUo MS beautiful iP i lace and ribbons and carrying a bbquot of Bride ross The maid of honor Miss Maijy McElroy a sistor of the bride was gowned inpink Paris raujslin trimmed in dream lace ard carried a buncji of pink roses Miss Ad dfe Lisle of Lebanori and Miss wera ribbon girls Mr Percy Johnston of Lebanon was she grooms best man The marriage ceremony which was lieautiful and ifupiiessive win pronouncod by Rev GA Strick land pf the church An enjoyable feature pf the pro gram was the solo 1Oh Promise Me sung by Miss Laura Mo Chord After the thesues s decorated with ut flowers The brides table Occupied thel center of the roqm and was decorated with pinli ribbons sus ponded from the arid attached to the tablel andby pinlcJ I groom and Mr Johntson M1issListe und Mri Winchester PhilHps of Lebanon and Miss Lewis and Mr George Colvhi were Boated at the center taljlo The gjiests were seaUd at four refreshment tables and were srv4tl with nrf elegant two course lunch t 1lhe bride was th6 recipient off miiny beautiful and useful pros nts Of china cut gjhss pictures rl table a id household u itnd money The brido is a gtjnoral favor ite among the young people of eld and to tthe oxtent i htl v j Ueing possessed l of that winning + ersonahi ty that zualrs friends nd admirers ofalli Tim groom a son of Mr arid Mrs John iMcChord of Lebanon and isjyoungman of good business G NTLElVIEN H ife Inslti iiie is some you gcvt when die CLOTHING Insurance is something you et while you Iiveif buy IIGUltC- 0P7z1iite4jgO3 DRD THEISE SUFFICIENT rIrIO till cheaper partieular 1McELROY pretticjst Springfield contracting whitePlis MaryLewis Presbytjorian cerbjnony diringi chandelier rHlallpartyMissM3Eloy elscjwhero ticqiiaintaiifo Ujghr IIAt lothing t jl IIUGU i Copyrighted ieqja j Uriel it Costs yiiV DOrl1noreth t1n t other Iri and Wt will fttIIve plain the guintil l yours jrUrl t ROBERON BISIS J i promise and has friends by the score He is local manager for the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co After theitreturn from a shoit wedding trip the happy couple will reside in Springfield Jack Rabbit Race A great deal has been said about the jack rabbit race at the Kentucky1 Trntiinii Association track Friday October 31 for the benetit of wo Lexington hospi tas and it eeems to be meetirg with popuhir favor Gen G nctry who has charge oMhe itiir has just received ten rabbits from Oklahoma Tuev are very tint specimens beinir selected from a large uuraber especially for iou Gantry They will used for the raciuir Friday wer Gen Gentry iis exeycisiing his beagles every lave them in the pinK of condi lioi MJ tl31s H is beag I1s in be til his Blue Grass Bagla and Kmderirurteu Ken es which he will enter in the rack The first nice 0 the progrdm 4aFourcteen entries have bu r tfp to the present time There will be racing 91thI ine beagle hounds and couiing with the gnuhounds The Iriquos Club has coirsented to lIP present onIhorseback and Stxous Bend ha donated its services for the oceasiof Hamilton College ha mide the first order of tick ets which Will bt av out 150 The iijopey received wii doInited to th to h spirtLh A thegobd Samaritan a room will bearralJgedIIJC1 b cil Iiflun ters Kftt At S Jo3fepis similar one will be called Hun tRlS Howe The rooms willS be decorated with horns and oe made a typical hunters para di5eDanvilie Advocate ThoTwoVonrevaIsSome of bokmaking of which the read lug public never hears are exem lihed in trio case of Booth Tar hingtons new novel The Two Vatirevals ihe advance for which has almost demandIthe publishers McClure lips Co In tho first cover of the book requires cream leif Witt the making 9ff the first 25000 the cream leaf market begaii to run short Agents were sent out to col ect it By the time 35000 copies werd completed there wasno high grade cream leaf in Amer ua Germany was appealed to by fable but there is a shortage of cream teat there also and sev 6ral thousand copies of the book had to be sedt but stamped with white leaf Then there was dim j EcpertI i rare High class gilt is scarce The put Ushers put outthe books to ort gilder after another uutil now there ire live gilding slxops busy Jwjih The Two Vanrvavals and two binderies at work uti itIthe supply is suit 5000 the orders From Illinois lieEtLitori trimore for thq paper if you bave room for such Well corn husk na tig will soon bo in order and a great amount will be husked toooThe corn in this vicinity is esUc thuatcidaMyThere was much corncut up thIJu fullI nd will bo shredded Thl farmers dldj a great deal of plowtto tougI t 30HN NWHITE rIu anaemiaaud nlost womans allumen the digestion is weak the ulak be iti2 Ilor floh anti strength out ofw food 15 imperfect sp that the patient Itl- is weak wan andi frvousanddyspcpgl tic This conditoii can be corrected v jy taking counrfi of Herbine Vrlce 5pceugat Haydtna nSTOP8TI1OIJ6H and Works 68 tliQCoIbs fTax tiv jBrom6 Qulftiue Tablets cure uidaf ftr n339o JSA L ajr We Inyite Your tnsPftiOl1 of OUR IMMENSE STO f We call1 ymiiespecial atte onjo our great variety of Dress GQds rjj 4Oc84neIiII I g ds 4Oc 8Inchall wool Temtiaas blk andtj and colors 50c wgto colors1 i60c 4J ft38inchall wool Sharfti Skin 50c r i X 56inclt Meltons blfc and color SI to vuEWCorduroysJ 52inch all wool Hop Sackings blistckrS andcoloJs154inch Snow Jlake K ickeibocker SL51e t 52inch Pebble Gbeyiots blk only S i 4A great variety of jWai t Clotl ths from j I24c to Jv25 per yiiixlv j J 100 peices Outings 56 to 2QcJ 50 peices Mannelletts Tic to 2p T Largest stock of1JIens and rWornensSr c VI Underwear anti Furnishing Goods for J F7LLND TER t evershown In Springfield1 OursocK of small notions is complete See our newS Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist sets Belt PinsMetaIGhate lain Bags i Beaded Chatelain Bags Cushion Covers etc 1 We still lead in fine Shoes with Manns7 i for men andtDrewSelby Co ShoEs for Women arci Star Shoe Co Shoes for Children If you have never seen them call and see c them We are showing an elegant lirie of 1 Cloaks in New MarKets MontaCaros l 34 Jackets etc MENS AND BOYS SUITS AND OVER 0 ATS Mens all wool Suits 5 Mens Prince Charies Overcoats 6 Youths Wool Suits youths Raglan Overcoats J Chlldrens Wool three piece Suits 3 t L4l Childrens Wool two piece Suits 2 1JChitdrens Vester Suitg 150 Special Bargains in Mens Coats and Vests and A uPHL0d Pants Tr td this line dont fail 10 visit us We are giving the Blue Rebalte Stamps to cask Ibuyers Ddat fall to call for them ffhey are yaluablt Cunningham Ohioan I i idI ljiiitjitjhtiit tiOjijjijjiJJ tiwwiji Ylwwt I Fine Bluegrass Firms I 4Wet farms of various sizes and for most 8IYfl 5 price suitable to the purchaser These i farms are well located and most di fJ them are well improve Some of tt2 them are fine bluegrass farms and 1contain several hundreft acfes We fri jwIll take pleasur IJl furnishing Inf9 k mation to prospective buyers Whenf writing be careful tp give price and fi 5 character Qf farm desiredjf S I Heist r R alEstath Adllcy- BIUDSTOWNKY IjI t f O t t t t t t t ttHt t ft If a man maUcti a prediction people forgot it If It does not come tru0 but will not let them forget H It it come iieAtcblson Globe I t Her Opportunity Mrs Weed said Mr jBInkfr 9 ked your daughter to marry mo and Hbt rvarred me to you U Im sure thats very dndof Suslbj ut llcn she always IvaVa dpyfui rl Really Mr Sinks I hatht- eught of marrying again at IDJ time life but since you Insist suppose we ake the wedding day the 2dth of ibli- onthNew York Press liiie Umoreila Con cieace A correspondent contributes another the series of umbrella myths Dnr g a smart shower a genUcman wHo waa unprovided hurriedly overtook an acquaintance whom bo cbancpd to see some distance ahead qf him carrying an breJla Inteqdlng to ask If So might Tcrmlttod to share Its shelter Ho as almost up to luau when suddenly e other arncd around nntiwlth a nIlty Ipok thrust It Into his hiinds and anishedLO don Globe JI rCflk Spot caseyDldb1benr about poor Flan ery2 dassIdy Sorra tboWord Casey Sure taut big stamo hammer the foundry dropped doI1onb13 hist an klJteO him i CasaldyWell Qim not jfinrjM for ba always bad a ir ki dafIf Itclpi1Ja PKS un anro around A wen known artist overheard J1dfcol1thlsplctqre scene He was B6 Indignant that h tt r last iThatAJlbTT me toask it you are familiar with works of rU c Not very familiar with art rpWethe farmer but I know omethintn ont nat jioutuakotground tiy putting her foro feet rst a you do Bomcthlng that naisra jievcr1 41dlLi ndpu Answers Itun s i ra ro effect tiATainess i1t f1tC ODIJ ceu Ci1l QC i Iutr t s t r n pi t It Stllics f dofiotbiclk rough rJface to chafe t and cat The harntu lotcol ecR too n weD twice ailoncbyitt tne ofEureka lJ QiI Sotd iDn atl suit uasw ot I LfbwtoH Lecals i from xh 15tifcerprl eIf j jfohk Twirdi Joyce Ta 3 ItfNltoA atfrjs residehcpia tibuisviler- liootey Kuneral seVuices were ooicffd at Sk Louis Bert rands ckurcb Wednesday after which r kte jfualnsere interred in Gave Hill cemetery Deceased i ssa Brst cousin of Tom Sam i dMike Mackin of this county t DrJ IK McGary and Dr R B RoBardshave been licenced r Adprrtfctlce meklcme in Marion i county Dr McGary is the locall phy iitaqt St Marys College W It ards formerly of Dan yuLe has located aty Gravel Switch DrGG Thornton of Gruyerwitch will movetqLeb I jinou in a short time The barn on the pienusts of c jVlr L D Ray iin this city1was completely iestroyed by lire at 830 dclock Wednesday morning Several small houses fin the neighborhoud were slightly damaged Along with thebarn y were burned a young colt belong Jot ing 6 Mr T M Etes for which iiVec iUypaid 200 about S200 worth of seedsand tovo small calve all 4ha property of Mr 0 Es swbo resides on the place The barn was insured for 300 I Nu other insurance Origin of fire unknown i t Caloryt anda half rasidence 7 situated in Guinea just below t 1thedeiot wap completely destroy eL by tire last sunday evening between 8 and 9 o lockTha property belonged to Mandy Hu jbard colored The fire started rroma rnioglamp that sat withoui a chimney too close to the dry shinglesi of the roof On several other occasions it is sal a firewasnarrWlyaverl d in the same building from the t same cause This time all were i t away from hpme Loss 300 or 400 withJo insurance ll PIacinHimt Tne hero of thdhistoi ical nuvei- iinipod mto the sixteenth chapt jr and the presenqeof the heroine HH right leg vas braced by f spliu s one arm hung iiy liug atjdiis head wJt s bandaged vol nniinonsl- yIji t What has happened Eric sbred the heroine J1Fear nI sweet rouidtn mumbled jb hero But two hours agonie Jasset upon in yonder street by six lustyvl Ufstlamel1 with bludgeons And wlut did you do my brave Lnght lil drew thy trusty blade and ha Tilt omf J And 1icllthem lo v tthe scurvy knavo i Nol They gave it to in uch wise uS thou eest and left me n a coVner b edirg- whilLVthey loiiered off carrying mjpjvvbrJ and purse ihorilin rancouslv urcnnnotbe pxcluimed ihe damosel her eyes growing argr with su prise vJt can riot be I Sarely tliMy did not wors thee iLn they did 110 may 1 eat myJiatM iThen get thee gaLe This story ends right 1IIV and entire JY You are nbicutt p t for a v historicaK iioyil lbut for ii pare V Jii the PH1 c do letW D N V H ini November LipjiiucuU r- JJ Oack T jios i The three cases f r back tais rtgainst the local baiihs which hd teen appealed fom he Marion County Clerk to the rir cuLt were tried out jthe latter 1 f Mothorf Qfrf There exists often a very beautiful j companionship between the mother and j her daughter The intimacy is frank X free and sympathetic But some day the mother feels as if gomethin had cii11ed this intimacy The child is jilentaulstdtand seems to shun her mother instead of seeking her Tliis changevery often occurs when the young girl is crossing the bor der line of woman hood Sheismor MIcae bid nervous fear ful as she enters upon this new exf perience The use of Dr Pierces iavorite v Prescription at r such a time will LJ- j1o more than re X store the normal balanceofmind and body It will establish the wom anly function upon t a basis of sound health as vrell asr eiuipcove the appe tite nourish the nerves and promote tie general physical Twp years RiO rny daughter health began i to ftilw wrftes ttr Tan IkIl of urodhend bethotichtofjwej When abe began to complain she e fife 1 quite tout weighediothe picture fEOod ea1l1lU 8W about the of fourteen then illj wasbutwstkeoniycb1dIhadndIInustsa Doc Jtor that fee your ravortte Prwcrlption1 y lftBher woaw have been in her grave to 4ay IHs the had tsUen onehalf bottle the Mwal kacttoa was establUhed and trt ought another use ito two bottlea in all and Mir costpletely recovered Since then she is as Welt u aa be0 fSense Medical Adviser freeIi stamps pay foC lr4IhuHo1tA lr Jftr y jj di iIfI = iTrTT lili Liver Pills Thats wh yea needsome thing to cure your bilious gooddjgestloQ Hver pills They cure con siipatibn and bi1iQun Gently laxative i4t t f lAn or rich lilacft I t 1nUIttIiIIIIIO flVcforthoUjtjUUU1Jrn UIL WhiskersNH 1 r or c Hul court llast week Jutfge Patteson affirmed the judgement of the lower court Thelower courts judgement assessed the bank at 20000 worth of tax s of which amount about 15000 goes to Marion county In its opinion the court held that the Fiscal I Courts orders of attempted com promise and settlement were in valid because th se orders at tempted to create an exemption from taxation and further be cause the Fiscal Court had no power to make an assessment The cases were very strenuously tough the banks contended that because of the doubt and confu sion existing at the time of the compromise as to what were tleir legal liabilities for county taxes they should not now be compelled to assess their prop ertyfrthe years covered by the compromise The cases will be carried to the Court of Appeals Theredore Roosevelt On The Presidency Before his nomination for Vice President Theredore Roosevelt wroto expressly forthe Youths Companion an article on The Presidency It will be published in thr number for November etb this being one of the remafhinr weekly isenesof 1902 sent free from the time of subscription to every new subscriber who at once sends 175 for the Compapions 1903 volume When tnis article on the Presidency is written no one could have foreseen or dreamed even that its author would so soon be called on to take up the duties of the great office For this reason alone what Mr Roosevelt has to say possesses extraodindry interest and will be eagerly awaited by persons pf all shades of political opinion A twenty eight page prospectus of the 1903 volume of the Youths Companion nnd sample copies of the paper will be sent free to nnyjaddress V THE YOUTffiS COMPANION 144Berkley St Boston Mass Folejrs Honey and Tar cures colds and prevents pncmonia fTaite sub Ititute For sale by Hayden Ameri casFmpns Beauties Look with horror on irouptlonp Blotches RkinI Pimples They dunt have nor will anyone who use themI 15ns Arnica Salve it the face Eczema or salt vanish before it It CUi RhenmI ps chapped bards chillainsI Infailable for Piles 25cents atl CJUaydoDs brut stortIDr Wo P Harvey In a conversation on a train Dr1Hitrvtythatduringdedicated over 100 churches and that he hadnever dedicated one that was in debt at the time The first church be dedicated Was at MI Hebro in Garrard county He attendsall the Baptist associations and does good his1panoralso Harrodsbjrg D mocralif Dr Harvey is a brot er of Mrs aneroftFijpm for Sale 001 t iiiiir 178 2 5 n VIHi uii uf fi2 Botttiilci fl foti to lipjif roadIall 2 o btifu Imuse vviMi fnur uKl tiipm IH h lis ii ie Cll Ulod nevy h ira iml other iut QfItm1fr wHhju 100000 etif good while ok Pluuty 41 tarI1tJOJsiiifnJs u fui x jjTiA whcuta fcj iiir Thi is on of ihe hcbt r v fti toic fain In niti lorOQi Reasou foil suliu f going lo Okjwiorua pri14500 o tt ii d cjili i 4 On seven vas time Oils POUTBK 36 4t 130 laud lLJ =Lawrenceburg wants aterii 4etbirgosition Issue bonds to iIeI amount of 20000 fqr the put pose of building a water wtpus yyslem Perhaps no ciiy inJIIH stale ias stitrered hum such tlio astrous tires in the last en v1eras uawrenceburg andherl ssdfe- vvjthin that period will amounjt nuarfy l000OgO It Urprud ijuwl that the vote will carry a d within a year Lawrencobprg ivi own avhfle plant aod havaihojcoii ueqyfen t reduction iii jnsuractf 11 eenqkiMl pmg1sbawvely po j F rjotejouV r fEICKSIOEHOESESI THE ANIMALS ARE EASILY tAUGHT AND QUICK TO LCAIthL TCnn Without JSIucV Trouble BcN Hade to Slcnnl ISoV to Sliake nnttds ul YeaVnndi own at 4 tiie Word of There are so many things that a horse can be taught to do jiysSuc EbIChtseIccfas ing however will furnish the key Tak uirt In your hand and stand tag abreast of a horses near shoul der prick him lightly on This resembles the bite of titibrClstto drlve ou the nuisance he down his nose to his breast accept as Yes nnd Iniiueatelre- ward him by feeding him a lump of sugar or some other trine thai he likes Repeat the operation till ue brings down his head at the slightest move ment of your band toward his breast By degrees you can simple downward hand which is less onlook er but equally SUbStituln Standing in the prick him lightly with a oc his neck lie will at bend which Is accepted as No thu reward him as before Repeat this until he shakes his bead at the lest upward movement of the band This signal as he learns his lesson mor perfectly can be gradually lessened until It Is very slight Indeed jTo say Yes or No Is a very simple tricc and yet there is none that shows tQ better ad vantage Of course when 4 horse has thoroughly learned to obey the signals you can ask him some questions and then1y t1pmotiau of tour hand make him tiny Yes or o as you please To tenth ii horse to shake bands tat ten n short strap to one ford foot below the fetlock Then standing in front of the horse Iud having the strap In your hand say Shake minds1and Imme dlately pull up bis foot anil take It In yourband Then still hold ing the foot reward and caress him exactly as you would If he had given It to you of his ownaccord Keep repenting the oper ation being careful to rewdrd him only while his foot is In your hajnd He will very soon learn to give fou his foot the moment you reach your hand o ward It To teach a horse to He down atn word of command first select a good smooth piece of greensward where he will not hurt himself Harness him with a surcingle and bridle and strap up his off fore foot A co mon breech ing strap is best fOr this the short loop around his foot between the fet lock and the hoof and the long one around bis forearm Fateiione end of a strap to the near tote foot below the fetlock pass the ojther end up through the surcingle and take it In your right hand and tkejbrldle rein In your left hand Push him slightly and thp moment he steps piill sharply on thb strap i This of course will bring him to his knees If he Js a horse ot any spirit lit will generally fight very pertina clously before be goes down but bay lug the use of only bis two hind legs he soon becomes wearied arid rests with his knees on the ground Now pull his head toward yOu and he will fall over the other way I Hold him down for some minutes meanwhile speaking to him very sooth ligly Peed him lumps of sugar In fact make as mucbas possible of him While In this posittonryThen releasa him and repeat the kjsson lie soon teams to lie down vciy readily nnd hen you can omit strapping his off fore foot Later you cdn also abandon the use of the strap abd surcingle by taking his near foot In your band Then you can accomplish the purpose by simply touching tlje near fore Jeg your hand and Unallj bya mo 1Vlt11 of your hand toward his leg You should always accompany the jsiKUil by tin command Lie down jjBy degrees he learns Its meaning and Jaholsemust be cool wide awake and alert otherwise lie may mike a botch otit nnd injure the borsf or nlmself or both iags jn English trnyulerf1 who has visited every uati ii In the Is authority Tor the Ktatement thajt one Cood Is uni veisnl throughout all countries There is tint a part of the world he says IIwlllre you cannot jgjt an egg While In western China hojwcver ho at first hail some ditlicultyj in getting even etpzi The natives coqld not understand him and refused to recognize the pie tures he drew us pictures of eggs The way got out of the difficulty he adds was that ijquatted down on my lutunchis flnppjnl my wlnga and cookodoodicilood unjtll the entire na tion graspeii what panted anti was simply provided jlth hundreds of eggs PoBilblHtlei lof tho Feet It instead of the Cramping Imprison meat of boots and shoes the foot from Infancy were allowed a fret and nat ural development may be questioned whether under suclil conditions it mffeht not be rendered capable of performing other functions besides those of loco motion and HUfUahiing hit weight of the body Certain at least It is that somt 1 unlucky mortals butt without arms have mtinauud to use a kiiifej fork spoon pen iplntbrush and even a violin bowPiill Mall Gazette t Gnnil Hlx Word Mortified lirldej room You told me your father vv iiig prrxent would be at ihfck fT fi ii tisniiv lridi viil Isnt lliOIBI1Khlilp Ihi4ii t Trilttino Con r ztitSir ivv i v irr nurchcr KlvR JU t fr c r CYMrs ii i it irutlijr 117 dear the lor iJve him fur hls Ii1itai s Jlonuulo In idUiuntlnf tJie value imv its medicinal qUI JtcS iv uj uipralijed aadthw joii Li Jlcr of solution jita vcso Ip i Seen crcr ivh ii it fiTi rv vitart of the thbrn v ItHMaty late in lit trthtClrh ca uaiuiuuiw cntemi hito a wt v of drugs balm rsd oicr U mcnts As the pciantluintsi7 js pcnrTve Jc 3 jrcv fni ly JJBV nucicnt vrltrt jar eorjvtrtinjr hiiai nJ brII1 7 Osully Ch clT LaIn rorcioys f body vciVin d nail luxs ver iia drloil iiuicijiT ed RinI t1ill 2t of ell HLijito ro their natural cojulittan henct limaitiii lOll muminy Numerous tilt lana a emadito the practice In ahclcnffliterature and In en old play rMd uq Crigel are the dl rcctions Make muinmy of my flesb and stll me to tae apothecaries lli ri w ISEA FLOWERS AS PETS The Queer Little Creature ICnoirn as AncntoncM- The queerest pets in the world are kept In a beautiful row of lear flash lug round glass trinks ou an upper floor of a large aquirluin An yoiap proach tile tanks you behold glowing little groups of color and artistic blend Jngand mingling of fantastic weeds youpj particularlyiIng all over the little rockeries Some of the flowers look like dainty pink anti white and yellow andpurple and crimson dahlias Others look almost like daisies with lacelike petals Others 4ook like little star flowers allj pure white and perfect These flowers are of all sizes from tiny ones barely large enough to see to great ones al most large enough to fill a saucer I But If you will watch these fiow ore for a few minutes you will jump suddenly for all at once you will see ijue woe its petals Then you will see iniotlierand another do It Slowly the petals unfold or contract With little jerking movements sometimes twining in the water like snakes Tap smartly on the table on which the tanks stand and like lightning all the petals will have disappeared These sea flowers are really not flow eS at all They are living creatures known as sea anemones For many years a scientist baa tended and fed them and the little animated flowers actually have come to know him When he feeds tbcm he puts a little bit of fish on tile end of a long pointed stick and puts it carefully down into the water until It is near the anemone It did not take long for the beirutlful things to understand It and whereas at first they used to withdraw their petals and shut up tightly when the stick approached now they twine gracefully and stretch theyIcan go London Answers LONDON CAB SERVICE Why It In the Best nnil the Cheapest In the Vorld Everyone knows either from ex perience or hearsay that the cab serv ice In London is the best and cheapest In the world but few of us know why So when I was over there I made Jt a point to find out The woman who occupied the other scat the hansom looked as if she would like to hear the result of his Investigations It is mainly due he continued to the fact that licenses to drive cabs and buses through the London streets are hard to get An appli cant must furnish the most tsatlsfac tory proofs of his honesty when he files his application at Scotland Yard and his references are carefully yen fied Then he undergoes such a rigid examination as to his knowledge of streets and localises that but little more than half the candidates manage to pull through It Thi so who do are then tested as to their ability to drive through the crowded ihoroughfares the test being a practk one with Inspector at police whog himself an expert driver seated the side of the would be Jehu as lie threads his way through the Jam Probably 20 per cent 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 applicant Js Impressed with the Im portance of returning all articles left In his cab to headquarters without do lay and told that an attempt to mall excessive charges means the forfeiture of his license The result Is compara tive safety to the passengers In cubs and a reasonable certainly that theta will he no attempt upon the cabbys part to overcharge his nreNew tork Tribune Thr Work or Cn Tho lending lady vss iu tears cutl the morplug paper lay crumpled eti feetWhat la the matter the manager Ubked This horrid critic she sobbed Itt iii see Where What has he said There she replied pointing to the dreadful paragraph It cays tny acti tug was excellent but that my gown didnt sects to fit me at oil Just knew that was written by scaie spiteful womnanChiemtgo RecordHerald ani10UIIWell what of it demanded tile sls tel dr inly- Oh j not hln uiiich auswtri tbi small brother was only tlrikln iiiaybo ItF because of tin way vop hlmtChltauiiztnmca t lru lies dreadfully J disagreeable ai h b butI1utfutl I How is that Why since he has become famous we have decided to consider him onlj delight fully eccentric and orlginal rChicago Post Relntlve Imiiorfano And you really think that the pal grcnrrUllon las a great deal more Influence with toe peofple with whom nm do ng business at present lVnshlnl me Iuisierer tliought you wfT- OKdklug on old Kays new ltoUSd1 The Painter So was but we had o low an he said hed put the Vest of tile paint on himself The Plasterer And did he The Painter Yes at least thjits- w cre lie put most of It 4 Is the most Common letter In letters e occura 137 times In English 184 times Id French 145 In Spanish 178 In GCrmnn Blnnntngbefore they get around toit Atehison Globe ff Onion Sauce f As a change train the tomato sauce 1t1suuhly served with breaded InniH eJiaps try an onion sauce made Itij this flrvy Slice two or If very small three oflJuna and cook them In water for 4muomi snnd drain nut them c vt ui boiling water to cfaver tcjiulcijXttdf ioUrtiul butter and wheiir per vtly rnruthmiud onehalf pint of ock Itrce or four tl1bTespoontUls ot cfrin nni1fsunrUhe oiilou la tender press it througbt ii colaudcr and add the water In Nthl tltl1qb eu cooked New yorlt PJost i TWP CASES OFiVPHUS 1 1 Story a TnrUIiih Doctor and II Modified irciierlptlon Mr Dcanyailin lila book The Sul tan anil Ills rcopUVBavs that a T rkI Ish plijrtfclan wan ttijcd to visit a man who was very ill of typjms feveiv Thrdoctorj considered the case hopeless butprfiscrlhed for the patient and took byliehis master was dead Deidy was there Iy No he la much better The doctor hastened upstairs to ob- taIn the solution of thd miracle W rsuld the otmll scent I was consumed with thirst and I drank a pallfiil of the Juice of pickled cab bageV Wonderful quoth the doctor and out iuine the tablets on which ho madcj tills InscriptionfCured of phus fever Mehemeil iAgha an uphol stercr by cnnklug a pailful of pickled cabbage juice Soon after the doctor was called to another patient a yng Ukgec ordealer In embroidered handkerchief s who was suffering from the me malady He forthwith prescribed a pailful of pie kled cabbajTC juice Od calling the next day to conjjratu KlatQhls patient on his recovery he was nstoiiished to be told that the man was deaf L iihla bewilderment at these phe nomena he came to the safe conclusion and duly noted It iIp his memorandu thnjt although in casjjs of typhus fever plcfvled cabbage Julte Is an caiclent remedy it Is natto tie used unless the pntiicnt be by profession an upholsterer r IAdont Poor acted Compliment insult you when to be gracious said an art jist the other day Insults are the cre ons ill ntureand not mere mat tors of words But I had an experl en e that made mQ laugh bud yet Irrl talied me jSomebody take one of your snow scenes for a spring landscape In qtivil an amiable friend INo replied the artist this was not a matter of professional pride A tradesman sent me a bill in which he unlnfentially charged me only about a third of what I owed him Thought he stood a better chance of getting 1tI suppose Interrupted the facetious friend 1INow hold on Billy nnd let me tell the story Well t iat was the second IIowed and I wrote him a note calling his attention to the error This morn lUg I got a letter from him In which thanked me for my honesty A litC may thank you for your conitesy beIOne might as praise a lPaqor not beating his wife The Sot WnsJ Not ConRculal It was Aunt KeOeccas first visit to laer niece a city girl who had married a few years before and begun house keeping in a pretty town In southern Michigan Myrtle she said lookiiig out of the kitchen window one morning you have a fine patch of ground here that seems to be going to waste Why dont you plant peach trees They grow beautifully In Uiisj climate aunty replied the young wife Ithe soil Is too poor I have tried it You remember those canned peaches you sent me year before last They Iwere the finest I ever sawfiner than any that grow bOre Well I saved the stones and without saying anything to Hubert about jt I planted theta out there In tlu ynrd but not one of them over canto upnot a sinule one RHINOOZ OS HUNTING triw tiIuc oj o RIc Ulilno on the I l rnkn pf tho Nile I ws lr hfigalonji confident that the uiio must far ahead when Zo wiuiji jted t could see nothing till be ijurxl oct ihe brute lying quIte clo to ui Tlae sun beating on her mul cikfil h made It blend so per fcctiy with tbo rfdearth and yellowish grass itt s oiilcl have walked tight liP wl hout eeolilg her She Sprang to her fort Wo bd h fired She mode a short dash toward us but thought better of It anti rushed down a small slope on to1 lint bed of short reeds Here she turned again and defied us Again the heavy guns roared She spun round and round several times staggered re covered mill dashed ot only to sop however under the next tree The 303s cracked uiitl Inn wild chojrns of thank ful yells She toppled over rose again spun round anjl finally subsided into the grass We went up quite close to finish her Site fought hard to rise and have n last change but the little pencil like bullet again sped on its sad errand and the game old relic of prehistoric times breathed her last Wo were sad men as wi ipA upon liar grotesne misshapen fyiiu Somehow one feels such a blitvnr upstart Iu the presence ofFrhangetl iao the nrlhlnkable ages pf Ito puht LVnfrt Grogrn In Outing iYou cant Ijave a good time today r unless you forget tomorrow and It punJsbtRomewhern lii tli WMld th n ate OOrofM on fopiKPr pennies but no Ixwlj iiprifurmti Iufv where thn ate DO YOUGET UP WITH A LAME BACK KIdney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonde- rfultj A Ii cures made by Dr Mil lSwampRootl t It Is the great medical triumph of the nine yintteenth century dls covered after years of byIeml 4 n nt kidney and blad der specialist and is curinglametroublesworsttormDr Kilmefa Swamp oot Is not rec ommended everything but if you have kidney liver orjbladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you needlt has been tested pdvatcjpracUceamIChascr Uef and hasproved so successful In arrangementhnbwho have nof already tried it may have a sample bottle sept free by mail also a book telling morerabout SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in thlPapcr and KW tobrKUmerCOjBlng hamton N Y The spoRootdoTlarslzeurelOld 7 w w The Reiamans Pe Blsitefe Strange and unreasonable laws juar anteed to the headsman his full share of emoluments He was well palttor lfsworkand never suffered from a dull1 season Prom thetowDShore calved poultry and toddeitroI1 the monasteries fish and game The Ail baye de1 SaintGermain pave him eVti yeara pigs head the Ab rde saint Martin five loaves of bread and five hot ties of wine Cakes were baked for him on the eye of Epiphany For each lepjer In the community he pxatedbbavmn knows whya tax atr Christmastimer Les Shies dctjolc wererlilf vrssalsi It was his nrlvllegeto seize in the market place as much corn as he could carry away in his bands and lthe peasants thus freely robbed submitted without a murmur crossing themselves wlthfer nr as ut passed He had the power to save from death any woman on bet way to the scaffold provldedhe were able and willlngto marry her He was the first oflicial ClUed v bodyat a suicide and standing the dead mans breast he cfaimrr as his own everything he could t ucIW1t1 the point of his long sword Agnes Rep pller In Harpers Magazine All SlrlolT Holman F Days Hue Tree Balj thukqs tells In Terse a number of sto Tles that actually happened down In MaIne and are remembered there day by old narrators One relates to Barney JIcGauldric a lir llord of that Wte at whose house imous men liked to stay that they might enjoy a merry joke Barney was always loyal 16 his friends At one time a new meat dealer came to ton and tried tI cure the landlords trails II have always bought meat of Jed said Barney and I gass- i wont change But said the other old Hnskell doesnt know his business He doesnt even know how to cut meat Well drawled Barney Ive al ways found that he knows enough about it to cut sirloin steak clear to tire horn and thats good enough for nSe The Penguins Burnt of Locality On shore the penguin an awkward creature Water Is Its element When bunted on the ice floes the birds generally try to run away In an upright position but Just as tIe hunter thinks he has got one the bird down on its white belly and paddles along over the snow very quickly the hard smooth quills slipping over the snow crystals almost without friction A remarkable characteristic of the penguin fis lila bump of locality Bolt on shore and In the water he never loges his tonyI To human eyes one ice fide Is precisely like another but under that nof of similar ice floes I have seen d pMiguin of the larger species find its mate on n floe after diving nnd swimming for a full mile under water Leslies Air Infnlllblf Icsnlt- Brlggs My wife hat had a wonder ful cure She has recov red her voice after being unable to utter a word for nearly six months Griggs You dpnt m trjlt flaw did It come about Brigg In the most tmxpectcil wiy We happened to call at a nei liors where they were playing cards Tti thought we might as well take 0 maid What was the result In lless tlain live minutes my wife vv asking In a strong clear voice lats that j Boston Transcript Etcrnljy An Unconventional Ieacher in took to give his hearers a vlvM e ceptlon of eternity This is tiw a he did it It a little rsrrow tr u dip its in the Atlvntic OCn il one op of wt and thiiilt e me hopi lay across the country und put that drop In the Pacific ocean arid then hop back to the Atlantic one hop day until the Atlantic was dry as bone it wouldnt be pupln hades KINGS AND JEENS The king of England who could not speak the language of his kingdom was George In the battle ofBosworlh Field 141 11kinglie motto DIeu et Mon Drolt was first assumed by Edward of Eng1 land when he took the title of king of Franoc Your majesty as a royal title was assumed In England 1527 by Henry VIII The title bet jat was your grace or your hlghu a for the king or queen William IV was at the time when ho succeeded to the throne the first Wil liam of Hanover the second William of Ireland and the third William of VIII was the first to assume the title of king of Ireland The tltlpj king f Great Britain was assumed Lyii James VI of Scotland whenbe became Tames I of England Richard L was the drat to call him self king of England Every king front William to Huirjr II called himself king of the English The title was as sumed by Egbert the first king if England In 828 King of Fran u title J jrue by the monarchs of EtI Iud for 432 years and when Ellzj thhccamequeen of England she wns king of Franco asserting that li could riot be a qvron she would be ing Tho Sp ilthrlfit Once upon a tlmi lucre was a spendthrift who made father very un happy through his jQlgate habits My son said he parent you spend every penny Mint you get and It must cease li inber that the pennies make shll s and the sun links make pouiu tIf you do not change your habits r always spend Ing to habits of Judicious saving I will not spare the rodI The admonition had rio gdod effect or youth and be continued to spend Ithe pennies before they could actju Into shlllulgs t His father spoke no more about the mattpr but he applied the tad most vigorously to him Uiiilhe howled with pain MoraL He who spends the pennies will get the pounds New York Her aid anatlnc Oi uc Jonaoan The remarkable luytiuct of the mud fish to roll blmseU In abalf of mud when the dry scnson appbncheslis a wonderful provlsii of natyre Intend ed solely It would eem to prevent the extinction of the species The most in teresting fact about this fish Is that it breathes my means of its gills when In its native element and bj means cf lungs during Its voluntary impriSon- ment In the mud cocoon Helping nisi Cinder Charley I told 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