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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i v r r w tJ r I f r THE NEWSLEA fftJ j4 e Nit 7 = zk t New Seriei Yol IX No 44SPRlN 4FIELD WASH GTtNQpNT KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 1902 t 1O 1 YEAir tt J IMBURTONOUNDERTAKERS 7AI4Q EMBALMERS t I Carry in stock all klus of Funeral J H1jpU PHONE 53 r OUR DIRECTORY 1 S2RINGFIELD county seatoi y7skipgton C M1t52 miles Louth- ift lot exiBRtdnV 59 miles from y Co isvillepn Bowfl bunch oi Jiisviile and Nashville railroad in u1tural districtfaratajrna ajfr tr 0Baflkste1egrap1 and telephone Ues expresioffice flour mills lumber jarrts pbpiati9flhlOOi population of Bounty 15000 iRepresentative in Congress Horn V L Smith Hoaienville Ky Representative Kentucky LeKts lature Hon G A Pohoney Reprcscctativc in State Senate Hon gIPuiycar Campbe1lsville KT County Directory CIRCUfT COURTS JcircaItC6art begins on thefcgrth Mondav in February May bV v U zt Pattest n Judge Y H Sweenej Commonwealth At tRey F 1P1pI O1rrk eaicv Master Qommiss i p Jiarlerly Court is held on the third toriday in each monthtB LLitaeY Judge 1j COUNTY C RTEj l County Court meets on the fourth t 1hL vlondayi in each mouth rLibetj Judg W FBooker County ClerkJ TS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett JailertCroake SheriffByrop aid1 sRichtr4Iham V RTH 1Oiootuett Deputiesl jin Ed i JarnEsFttQrcr County Surveyor jl iVRoyaltyVAsseasdr rPOiBryan Dcputti A W ertNoK r asurcr I ySl CoronerMontgomery 4vt T 4 V r J CITY FgVRT f JatneV R yfoefoiice Judge JohtfGrace Mh i wn CIarookeCity4ttorey s l JUSTIC C UiTJ i held in Jauarylice Courts are l i Er 13hyad October I F Directory BAPTIST CHURCH At rtesentno rguhr Pastor Ser AicevcrySundafiit1I aim and 730 pmJMSunday School at 8 0 Prayer Mieeting oh Wednesday night at 730 i F METHOpIST CHURCHsiJevi JI Ward Pastor Service oathViirslEarid ThirZi Sundays In each jnouth atll am and 730 p m Sunday t School every Sunday at ID am Prayer meeting every Wednesda nightqfv 4 THOtlC CHURCHu Rev PF HennewaT Pastor Ser vt iii ver181iliaay at S and lOocloci a nii Services atSt Roee same hours r mRisSAN CHURCH cutiI1oyPstOrl Service- secndaiid fourth glt day in 3Chf 1o1tE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 5StHdkhand paaior PreachIn i very JinBday at 11tand at Tpm Sunday school every Smndiy aV 10 am Prayer revery Thvirsday evenipg at 7 meotinI FratcrnJOrdei iIMASONIC Lppca Spring fleid p Ho mett econdMpU iayXl each- 4Iiio jthr WMhmjtpji O Chapter No 57 msiweyery third Monday SprinKfieldpouncil J No S3 meets ererv fourth o rft vJtViCErr3 of Tun MAEABE Meets vtWedneadav In each month- IJti1idl i TiM TABLE tl c r Tt u1 2 u 41IPJti 18 40 Arpdnge1dLv 530 120 1- 11t11VUey1UU 5 flit 8- GiNeekr47I47J iL54ilrokei 8MI58- It i 8Weedlaw 08 a lisT rlyTiO6122211 I JrWwM e JB 3 55 iLl KM r tk 180108 H i l 641884 M DiaisviU I 44 860j 05IJ tCl mcHt 7I4W 11 1si4sIswsZsct71hSWI fkFarkj a 8ost LoaIvWT 51 I yLosyihI Ar rit I ShockingD ath rest C MiisfleMS Sail Cili ly Drswiliii at Harvard qclt TO IllS REU tNfWS AW TRKlfcS ULSPJHWi f TM TOY KEN Thesadi and startling news re ceived here on last Friday even ing that Ernest 0 Mansfield son of Mr and Mrs J G Mansfield of this place and one of the most promising young men who ever 1lived in Springfield was accident ally drowned while rowing on the river near Harvard college where he had been attending the laV school The news was first received by Mr Joe Mansfield I e1lfploved I him was communicated to the mother and father at this plac- eIA press dispatch from Cam bridge Mass in Saturdays Cour ier Journal gave the firsbpartic ulars of the sad affair The telegram in part is as follows An overturned shell was found i by memhere of the third Newell I graded crew this afternoon on Charles river and subsequent in quiries developed the fact that the last person seen in the shell was Ernest C Mansfield of the IIlirVioId law school M nsfleld havtraces oI the local police have l ho was drowned by the capsizing of his1 boat At the NewI ell boathouse all that could be learned of the missing man wasI that he had gone out in the shell shortly after 4 oclock for a spin on the river Half an hour later the Newell crew noticed the up- urned shell about a quarter of a mile above the Stillman infirmary but did not stop to investi gate They reported their dis covery to the janitor of the boat house on their return and he went out and found the boat stranded on the off shore Yhei he number of the boat was look dup on the register iu which everybody taking out a single sell is required to sign a receipt it was found to have been taken by Mansfieldl His locker wa opened and his street clothes found inside Inquiries were discoveredtfhis rooms and had not gone to Memorial where he boarded Mansfield came from Spring field Ky and Was in his second year at the Harvard Ilaw school and was an editor of the Harvard ijaw Review an office which it Ogives only to the very best cholar The sad intelligence was a terrible shock to the parents and Virs Mansfield has iheen pros trated since the nev was first broken to her Thu first dispatches from the scene of the- nfortunate affair left a faint hope that theyoung man might yet urn up as it seems that no one had Been a witness to the capsiz ing of the boat Later word how ever indicated that the students and college officials were insti gating a vigorous search for theJ body and that all hope of Ernest Mansfield ever nppaaring again alive bad been abandoned Monday morning a telegram was re ceivetl announcing the finding of the body and itt was ordered shipped to this place immediately for burial Ernest C Mansfield had lived atihis place since he was a boy about6 years qld he being thia eldest child eff Mr and Mrs J poresNedand his aims and ambitions were toward a high plane After receiving some instruction in the schools here he entered Centrall University at Hichmohd and graduated t that place withi high boners At the beginning 01last years session he together with his brother Joe en tered Harvard college andi Ibeanthelaw course Durjng the summer vacation just past Ernest had secured a position in an eastern town with a laudable desire to earn something to enable him to assist in defraying the expenSe of his college course iis safe to say that there were e young men known to thiSj community whose ambitions In l his life were as high or who 4S r gave as much proinise of a future full of usefulness and distinction The remains were sh ippedf rora Boston on Tuesday arid are ex pected here today The burial wilj take plate herb but the funeral arrangements have not all been made at this writing The deceased was 26 years old Brilliant of mind and vigorous of body he was well quipped to rise superior to all obstacles andI earn for himself ananeof whic anyone might be proud Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wrrcl4and the sums causes are inakibg human wrecks of throat and lung tronh los But since the disjcovery off Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption Coughs and Cods even the worst castis can be cured and hopeless resignation lic n longer necessary Mrs Lnis Cragrg of Dorcheister Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr KiD iiNew Dis coverv This franu remedy is guaranteed fOr all tirdat and lung diseases by C 3 Haydon Druggist Price 25c50cand SLCO Triul bottle fiee HOIStTllJSJ- Wei offer One Hundred Dollars Rowan foi any case of Catairh tl at cannot be coied by Halls Catarrh Oie FJENBY 0 Prups Toledo Oatorrh We the undersigned hajve known F beflieve him perfectly houora1e in bus Jnesatrnnsacttons and financially abi their lira AI1 aowtzatLmade b WESTtt TTCAX Wholesale DrS5rsr Toledo ALDINOW KINNAN tt MARVIN Wholesale Dru giats Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is takn internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Hystenj Price 76c per bottle Testimonials rent tree Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the ltfeat Physicians Prescribe It Many broad minded physicians prescribe Foleys HOhey and Tar as they have never found so safeand reliable a remedy for throat and atd lung ubles as this great medicine Sold r VoClf t CampoV rdrnt fOi 4a1 Containing 178 2 5 acres in onehalf mile from Bdtlaud on a eotid turnpike road smi 2I story bnck house with fou od rooms two halls and large cellar good new barn and other outbuildings About 60 acres of timber with about l0000 feet of good white uk Plenty of good spring watei aqoer farm about 20 acres in orchard of ail knds of fruit part oiwhich is bearing This is ont 101 the best grain and tock farm in neighborhood Reasoc fbr selling going to Oklahoma Price 4500 one third cash balance on seven years time OTIS PORTER 36 4t Holland K The Mellow Hazy Days By Bishop Spa lng Oglorioufl autumn woods whose myriad hues Upligbt the tade of earth with richer glow Than may be seen when springs sweet flowers blowIAnd wear the jewelad crown of pearly dews How tender pnrn the thoughts that you Infude Into the soul bringing the long ago Wltballltainemoryotjoyandwoe- Until the vision tho whple subdues So soon the mellow hazy days shall j die Tb frost shall the many tinted leaveIAnd bowling blasts with all their glory fiyIjcdeathI Outstretched trembling hands to the dark sky f Which gives no sign however much he grievea +We Could Hardly Gett Up P H Dully of Ashlejj Illwrites This is to certify that I haiikenrtwo bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure and it has helped me more than any other medicine I tried majiy advertised medicines but none of them gave in a any relief My druggist recommcnd edFolejfa Kidney Cure and it curedJl me Before eomnfencingi it 1 watt in iuch a shape that I doul hardly get ho when once down Soldby Wood Campbelll Salcsrrieir Wanted stsiniIj i Address the HARVEY OIL Coo n Cleveland Ohio Lebanon Locals From The Falcon fessrs Noel Jeffries ofr Frankfort were here last weQk and bought 180 tIne cattle from Messrs a B Bottom W C Rogers Henry Miller and others at an averageof 45 per head J The committee appointedby the pity ctuncil bought the horse for the hook and ladder wagon ofI 1the tire department Saturday The purchase was made from Mir Clem Spaldin at 125 A stable has been erected at the rear of the city hall where the horse will be kept except when it is to the fire wagon Or being uspd to haul rock on the streets It is no unusual sight now to seethe department on practice1 par ade DavisMcElroy the young man who has been employed at the Merkley flour mill had a narrow escape from a fatal injury Sat Urday morning After starting the machinery he climbed up to put ona belt as usual but in get ting down he lost his balance and fell in some cogs below For tunately the only injury he sus tamed was the lossof the end of his thumb on his left hand The wound was dressed by Dr Toni Cleaver bud is doing nicely at presentSBob Fieece age 16 years diedI at Raywick ofter a long illness The immediate cause of thee death was typhoid fever bot hey has been a sufferer from rheuma mQC4i 4tfiars He was also affected wiTO eedm7Wheneverhe would bleed profusly for 3 or 4days until he would look like he didnt have a drop of blood in his body He was a devout Ca h olic and his funeral was conduct ed from that church at Raywick this morning will Investigate A remarkable case comp to light at Eiizabetn W Va An old man ibere by the name of W G Roberts has lIbng suffered with incurably cancer Every bcvly believed his ctehop less until lie used EIPCITIC Buterk and applied Bucklenfe Arnica Salve The treatment cured him completely Now everybody who knows of it is investigating Electric Bitters It exerts a mighty poer to expel biliousness Kidney and Liver troubles and its a powerful topic for run down systPtns Dont fail to try it Only 50 cents Uatisfactiun guaranteed by 03 Haydon t Aniiong Moments Some ot the most anxious moment of a mother life are those when the little ones of the household have the croup There is no other medicine to effective in thisi terrible malady as Folevspoucy aiut Tar It is a house hold favorite for throat and lung troubles and as it contains no opiates and other poisons it ean be safely given Sold by Wood Campbell Three Editors A drummer from Cincinnati was standing in front of a Main street store last wetik talking to the proprietor when Clarence Alcock passed Who is that asked the traveling man iT ntj is our editor answered the merchant Soon Mr Baird cameJ along Who s that again questioned the xjntlonan from Cincinnati and received the re plyuHels our editor In a short while Mr Barrickma opIeared And who iSlhat Our editor responded the busi ness rnan for the third time The irutmer looked puzzled for soy l era minutes and then asked ewtmany papers were published in TayiorsviHe When told but one dnilyJNoWell I consider a weekly paper having three editors a good prop osition and I want to subscribe the travelling man as he started on the ron forlhe office of the Courier v Mofal Fwjlow the drum ers example and voull get till the news Tay lorsvllle Court r Cnred ofplite aftertMr 0 ETaney of Gene a Obiv had the pilesfor jeare D ciori and dotlerc could dp imnollasUngl gbod4 DeWitts Witc Hazel Salve wrcd hIm permanently Invaluable fo t uts burns bruises sprains imallacerafiqaS tetter salt rheum and ther attin diseases Lokforthe aMe DelVitt oo the packager Antt thii s aYe cheap woi thless conrni 0 JHaydom v t A Hung Jury rIIS The Cply Result In the Shew f maker Murder Trial AU JURY HOPEUSSLY IAfter a legal battle lasting Ine TIya week Jin the circuit coirt at this place in which ev jry point was nard fought by th j attorneys foif each side the in the case pf Leslie Shew Jt1fY charged with the murde George Shewmaker were unable to agre cpa verdict nC wore dismissed The case wa giyed to the jury at about 3 o pock Saturday afternoon and after being out several hours and hopelessly tied up the court dismissed then The case excited more interest than any case on the criminal docketof the Washington circuit court for years has done on ac count of the large family connection of both of the defendant and the young man who was killed There were over fifty witnesses examined and ever ybi t of evidence that could in anyway have any bearihg on the case Was brought out The killing lotyoung George ShawmaherV son of Mr Harry Shewmaker by Leslie Shewmnker a distant relative occurred near the Hull boro church this county in Dec mber of last year and the par ticulars of the tragedy are Joubtless stillfresh in the minds of inn ei n ffoQ NEWS LEADER There hi existingill feeling between the twi young men for some time previous to the fatal encounter on that Sunday afternoon in December Leslie Shewmaker together it seems with some other boys were on the road near Hillsboro church on the afternoon mentioned when George Shewmaker rode by on horseback on his way to call on a voung girl1of the vicinity He- W 8 accosted by Leslie Shew maker and sonae referencefinade to previous difficulty A hot retort came back from George and thetwo young men came to gether Leslie having a knife in his hand and George arming himself with a large rock which he picked up The other young men attempted to interfere but before auything could be done Leslie Shewmaker had drawn a pistol and shot his opponent in flicting a wound from which he died in a few days The slayer was at large for some time but gavebondThe line of defense carried f1outac cused was that the deceased had made threats against his slayer and numerous witnesses were introduced to prove suchI threats Six speeches were made in the case Attorneys Lewis Thurman ard McChord for the defense while Messrs Fulton Russell and Mayes for the Common wealth The jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal and tIctise upforof court One Mlnntfl Cough Cure is the Only harm less couch cure thatIgives quick relief Cures Conghs colds coup bronchitis whooping cough pneumouia asthma Lagrippe aid all throat Ch jsl aud Lung tronb lee I pot soaked byrrinsnys Gr trude BFcnuer Muncie Irid and eofl Uracted a severe cotigh rfailed rapid ly lost 48 Ibs My druggist recom mended One Minute Cough curelfl1- eftt bottle brought relief SeA era cured ue I am back tom void Weight IfSpoands One Minntc Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieves the cough draws oat inflamatlon aud urCRcrQupAq ideal remedy for childreu CJ Haydnn Pollcemans Testimony JJ N Patterson night poUccman of Nashua 4a writeft Last winter I had a bad cold 6n my lungs aua tried coughJedicintfvo phystcians without getting any EoleysIjoneyLottie ct redme JI consider It the gretacst cough and lung medicine in theworll Sold by WoodCamp beU Foley Honey anjd Tar always stops iecpugjh and hjeajs the lungs De fine substitutes Sold by Wood J4nd Cambpell v The Jessamine Blood hounds Trainer W G Mullikin statedi upon the witness stand in the re cent trial of the bridge gate dynamiters that out of 61 trials o the dogs in trailing criminals there had been 47 arrests and convictions due to the success off the hounds and that they had successfully trailed nine out of the remaining 14 bjit there were no convictions because of the lack of other evidence There were only three failures of the hounds out of the 61 trials find these were due to intervening rains and too promiscuous tramp ring about the scene of the crime before the dogs reached the spot theesceat Since Mullikin statement his j dogs acted satisfactorily in trail Ing the Card well store robbers tlt is reported that the reason no arrests were made in this case was that it was discovered that lone of the boys treed in thewidow womans house in Washington county was a con nection of the family and on thatI account no arrests wore made This is a wonderful record for these two valuable dogs andI leads one to ponder the question as to whether or not the next legislature should enact a law authorizing search warrants and warrantS of arrest to bemade on the evidence of bloodhounds Harrodsburg Democrat A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on tha leg ot J n Orner FranK hn Grove ill eveloped a stubborn ulc l9 doc- Lor ilen BucKlens Arhica Salve cur Its just as good for Burns Piles Scalds and Skin Eruptions 25c cents at Havdon rug store Thuksglylng IDinner Heavy eating is usually the fit1rtl cause of indigestion Kepeated at tacks weaken the mucous membrane lining the stomach exposes the ner ves of the stomach producing a swell l ing after eatinv heartburn headache soar risings and finally catarrh ofii the stomhch Kodol relieves the in hamation and protects the nerves and ures tne catarrh Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia stomach troubles by cleansing and sweetening theI glands of the stomach C J fiajdon SKETCHES Of Noted Places IIR Vicliltyif Bardsfown The barn in which Qughtrill the noted guerrila chieftan re c wed his mortal wound l still stands on the farm now owned by Mr W L Heady about one mile west of Wakefleld station in Spencer county It is an old fashioned structure and is atyp ical stock barn of the ante hel lum days Toe interior contains but one department commonly called the cuttingigpom because all the feedJr the stock was prepared there The room is about thirty feet square 1tithI loft over iL The south shed was used asan entrance and was open at each end the farmr wagons were always Kept there The remaining side was used for t stock Quantrill and his men were occupying this barn wheni Terrells men ame up and at tacked them In the sharp sklrImish which followed Quantrill received i a wound in the lungs t which prostrated him lie wase captured and taken to the large old fashioned farm house of Mru Jas B Wakefleld who owned the t Bad coughs f J I had a bad cough for tiE weeks and could find no reliefsuntil IItricd Ayers Cherry Pecto ral Only onefourth of the bottle cured me L Hawri Newlngton Outt Neglected colds alwaystleadto something They run into chrontclbronchitis pneumonia consumptionDont Pectoral ii Ayers Cherry just as soon as your cough begins A few doses willl cure you then nrt IIcII Afldi- Cosllt year deater u Jt js 1ft 40 SI MIA U w 7eso I tbse t are ii as ue J IfaJojco Ci Ju w place The wounded euerilla was given medlca attenfcloa and kind pursing by Mi Wikefietd and family and also by JudVe Johuatiiun Davis who ojerted fthe adjoining rmandatw9 jse home Quantrill Whet In the neighborhood frequently quar tere f his men Qdantr U enter tamed a hitrh regard for Judge flDavis and never allowed iisr men to take tne slightest advan tige of him while stopping at his hume Judge PlIviw s all ways a truef rlend of the guerrlhi- and remained faithful to him to the end As aj Mason Judge DavIs jecetved a secret iron QuantrlllwMchihe was never at liberty to disclose ATter being nursed at the Wakcf1f dhoape stead for several days QnantrillI was removea under guard ta- Louisvillewbere he dieStari dard While tMktu Of the clock travelsl tic apoitnd the flW Perry Davit Painkiller will tigbfpenLacroea the cheat and hence banish the fear of pneumonia Just a little cold does not become a misery thatching a until roses bloomlf yoahave recbttrse to this tierer failing remedy aefe Ii but onePainkillerv Parry tfayis PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE lj Washington County JaII d As administrator with the will annexed of Fletcher Wilson I will Tjesiay Niveiiilcr 18 ftp at the brick residence on ti farm offer for sale to th h1gbe st and best bidder at public outcry plh lands belopgiqg to Fletcht Wilson aYlBfctSLA of bis deat situated on CartrighCtneeko Springfield and Lebanon pike 4 miles from Spripgfteid and five Dfiles from Lebanon and known as the Peter Brown farm In the whole farm there are 365 Acres Broods and 25 poles JtwrU be offered first asa whole Jdtheh in two tracts The firIRtracl con tai us 207 acres and thesecond tract contains 158 acres 3 roods and 25 poles With the first tract there will be frpm 45 to50 acres of rich Cartright Creak bottom land With tile second tract there will be from 6b to 75 acres of this bottom land Qn the first tract there is a good brick resdence with all nece san outbuildings On the second tract there are two residences With all necessary outbuildings Taken as a whole orinsepa rate tracts there is hardly p finer farm in Washington comity The land is lecated on C rtrigbt Ureek and on the host turnpike In Washington county within v short ride of either Springfield or Lebanon and will grow any thing that atay land in Washington county will grow TERMS OP SALE The land will be sold on the JIqllowins terms One third cash in haad January 1 1903 when posses sion will be given and the remainder in three equal instal l mea ta due and payable Tnjpne wc and three years bearing Ina terest from January i903j said interest to be due and payable p anDually until the purchase fice is paid off and satisfiedb wlithi tip latiRDto theeffe- cthaiiyinstillmentof inrestitor pieqiM 1tno f paidtat maturity the whole of the then DpaI purchase money and inAterest immadiately becomes due and payable and the payment of all of tiamfr to be secured bylien retained upon the land The t purchaser or putchasers will be wtthaptroveds llefor tile performance or his S contract January 11908 and on anuaryl 19D3 upoii hia making he payjmentof f l84tb purchase price and executing notes for he remainder as before setout hiS personal sacuriiy willbe re leased For furjther inforhji tion call on or address CA WiLSOirt AdpalB j istrator w1will annexed of Flejjcher Wilson LebanOn Ky flt Tkim kf tttorn y SpringfietKv tq Foltys Honey aa iTar foe wbe id coldsrehIabt t fe aad sure Iot tJfool bel1 0 HEOWL IIEUAaII ri AOY4I4 p o ItiiIt POWDEtl Tt TibeOhI t 7ffERgJsttt MakInZ ftad CUJm p1 A pretty Hfeliko dlmplc can bemad to anpear on n ladys cheek by meanV of ii specially designed knife wlthjt ycry small and very sharp blade a daintily tiny keen edged silvered scoop itnd a very fin needle I A Email straight Inctalon to first made In the flesh The little scoop If1 then used to remOTe a email porUpn orthe underlying fat while the sewliK gether with the needle the edges of the nit cciniplotrs the operation In a day- or two the stitches are taken out with In a week t lie jwound being usually en tlrely healed leaving the becoming lit tle depression Inthesurfnce of the skin flint te called a dimple It js not pften that a woman desires the rijuipval of a naturaj dimple jbut occasionally u man wbo considers the murk to be a badge Of effeminacy dsJcsto get rid of it Instead of rer moving the superfluous fat from be neath the surface a small portion of the skin is cut away The edges bf the dimple are dhiwn together wlthft stltchesh Inclslou beats and tho der presslon dlsaiijiears Fighting Lizard The ring necked IlzardotheMlsona ledeserts is not a were devourer of weak llnis He Is always radytofigbt whether he Is chnllcnppd by ajabtber or cornered by a man When Jjtft 1Mtt f k Jawskeverything which oppoes hlmndSi Ifierce and sudden Is hIs impossible to face It without fllncbJnk t r By iing two of these1Izardsloosy by the sm the hack anti allowlif their beads to Jah they stradJf 50 escape one zany he atoCombats such as must occur ev jthe desperate lizar world Forgetting that they were captives they woplu seize upon each other and vent their thwarted rage to the utmost in a tlgltt rbifbbnt fqr timely interference would doubtless lead to the death of one or the otheif Such bull dog pugnady Is nitbcr nnlookedforJa lizards but n student lot character could easily read In the set Jaw and pouched threat of this species the signs of fighting blood Country Life H America Billiard Tersuu What are the principal shote1nbflh- andS asked the fahr young dtoiel of the wise young man Tile klse tM follow the bank and the drawVh replied How lorelyr she exctajffled It Is almost like a courtship First the lover gets a Iliss then he follows the girl all about and tbenV And then Interrupts the man wht aspires to pessimism and the tkey get married and he goes to the bakk hnd draws for that Is hIs cue unless he wises to he frozen For the beoe t fit of the unsuspecting render adds the Baltimore American we willstate1tat cue and frozen also are bliyard terms There are still more than might bff worked Into the little jeud Pritit W4 d1rtJpot spate prevents carrying the th M to the bitter end AllDt4tH Yon may have comparative comfort until laughter reeding mlud or ncr votts excitement bringain a fit of coughing Which racksyja uptliyoar bones ache Do not suffer jfeedTcflsly ven when a cold ouyoiir lunges seems to have you fast iin its jwwer Aliens t tung Balm will loosenl the mwyHU llay the inflamation health acSbif throat and overcame the enemy covi letelyS 1 Herbine sweetens the brethvv tighten the eyes and cicada the complexion wlthouVthe slightest ill whatever and easara the Mat n unil bloom of health Price SO ctsfc Sold by J Harden s v ThT YOtf GOT NOriQliB i Or are yoU apt satisfied with ueOooyouhave pyyoffiraMt to make a change Them tsadvantage of the Low Itiyuikl Tri HomeseBkers or OttWij ettlers Rites o5er d bytSu Louisville HildroitLouis Rail T c The Worlds air1J t To the We it sni Soe4rt Tickets on sate First sad Thw4 Tuesdays m cla bU itjt f and includiBf ApriLvl 1OI Atk us for rates te iL trvlnratlL IAgirtf Louisvill- eIevctr7tecQa J Ii litSyrip sthm a t upsciic Soc aU th- ehoahd mf trOubles Price 25 and 50 ceo 1t Sold at adtaa THE NEWSLEADER JWIiL UD JYKB THUDL- i1AYiAItINADVAIOE SPRINGFIELD KY 7 c EvL OAVfSON Jr7 Li IJe jj = rLlxR 17 rMl or H4Mfs Alices 10 cento porfl 1 W ieqeHt IU51tlOBicM on capdMates and political matter y pr1ki 4 J k work a doa afelow rates bit cash HMtbe rMe iallvery of goods AiTtrtMac eaatnurU mane on liberal 3ISiiatiea aad r olutlons of respect 8a atoi PerI4a4i umOt7NnsDNTS 9ccMy IilranOewityOMcera i 500 I OMrfet Offices THURSDAY OCTOBERS 0 102d rClrcEft Citykt We are authorized to announce theb aet Tft if aicaBitdata for the office of Clerk Mfce W iIgton c ltCourte J sjfrfcttaj Ike action of the Demo erattc party T Democrats were decidedly Oti top at the election on Tuesdays According to the summary in the Goiiri Journal the indica- ttfonsV are that the four Demo cratic nominees for Appellate judge Nunn Settle Barkers and laynter were el ct dbys handsome majorities and the lemocyats elected ten fthe eleven Congressmen and reduced rhe majority of Representative Boreing in the Eleventh district F The results in the socalled doubtful districts were sur prising to Democrats and RepW nicans alike Rbeawinningin theh Thiciibiaoout 1000 and Kehoe in the Ninth by about 2000 I- nithe Second appellate district which was considered closel Judge Settle claims his majority will not fall below 1 800 Judges Paynter has scored a record breaking majority in the Sixth II appellate district 259 precincts p W l outs of 289 with th ypt p Lewis courif5eii5 tEedf giving 4i him n iSa3ority of 3880 In ijuisville Barker and Sherley how tip with large majorities t ICVdistricts the majorities exceed Jthoseofpxeviqusyearsinevery v Instance whee there was nV thing like a fight by the Reput i can cand dates 4STI e result of the election Tuesday indicates that the Re pullicanqw111 control the next House Figures Obtainable make the complexion of the House as Ifollowsj Rebublicans 195 Demo crats 178 Independents 3 SEleven dstiictsarelft in doubt The face of the returnSjindicate ttbe ree4ectton of Gov Odellin New York by from 6000 to 9000 The Democrats concede that Indiana w nt Republican by over 25000 majority The Leg j islature is safoJy Republican i insuring Senator Fairbanks re ielectionl J nST LETTER LIST List of letters reinjiming un caljed for in tneSpringtieUj K- 4Postoftie y for th wesk en lug Nov mblr 6 1902 MgCharle DOnolue Jutries Benedict tyii Blanford G K Button 1r4 itIrt1It Glascoc 1 Mr Fitzpa kIrr SMi Melvan Glisby MiiS Lizzie lieachinHn Mr Lund Caster JVfra Uitlie Macen t jiliss MatneMcIlVpy tfMiso BelU Mays t Mrs R T Mathews Mr LS Meyers r Mrs Ada Palderf- f r r DavId iDPark r R6bl SimPson gfLroyPmith Slaughter Shuck v t JudySquire jgf1 r MissMary AQqmpsonI1 7 Miss Sue Tavlorstastr i Win L Miller Jtr 1 Liubi Wright i St4llL Pl If Person cUing rtb61etoor tfiU pleaie say advertised and live dtte of listSW A Waters P M ILi 4S55S HHHHiNlii ginW iM hl aifiti HMra W tWti ii W ini 6 i 4k News From The County 1t I 1 Peopletr Correspondents 1 IIi MitAggDnRatt AftnnnnnnnftnnnftntoJ L r WillisburJ1v w S pitbs bought uo m les rom John Bell of Bardsown L uncti n for 160 each he sold one southein mare to Jim McKee Bloomfield r85 Born to the wife of TLMiller on last Thursday fig 10 lb boy Mr Wm Reynolds visited friends at Polin last Sunday The threeyear old daughter of Mr J1nd Mrs Thomas Colvin died at their home on last Satur ay night of diphtheria She was the only child and had beenil sunshine of tnis happy home u weep not lond parents for your loved one she is St rest he remains were interred atC WUHsburg cemetery on Sunday after a very impressive l sermon by Rev J A Sims The spelling contest was he dI at this place on last SaturdayI night between the White dalI- chool ani the Willisburg school The White Hall numbered 26 Willisburg 17 White Hall won Ihehonor of the contest ithI Miss Callie Busby best speller and Mr Charlie Hungate b peller for Willisburg having spelled 50 minutes against three off White Halle best spellersI M W lIyat and W P CheatIi ham judges Prof George Wy coff teacher of White Hall school and Prof C C Gibbs and Mrs Scrogham teachers of the Willishurg seboolOMrs Mqndyof Harrodsburg spent last week at the home of er nephew W S Gibbs Ed D Wens spent last Sunday at PolinPMiss Clara Shepherd of Hhep herdsvjlle paid our town a visit ast week Miss Ethel Rogers of Fen wick- pent last Friday with Miss Margaret Cheaihara MissRe y of this 4aS in your town on tlSi jjur tfTjiTess last Saturday Nat Thompson and sister Miss Besie and Miss Davis VanArs dale of Beechland attended the spelling contest at this place Saturday night Mr Lester Gibbs was in Har rodsburar on business last Mon day rrNWIGK Mr and Mrs T J NallV era Samuels last week Joe Smith was at hO1 e Sun daySMr and Mrs P Walton we e in Texas Sunday Mr JJ N Cull was called to the bedside of his sister Mrs Dee Noel who is yen ill Mrs Diana Smith visited rela tires in Springfield Saturday and Sunday Miss Roxie Cecil is very sic with pneumonia vlr and Mrs J M Jane spent Sunday with Mr B jn 8pludiuKJMr and Mrs Taylor Harmon jpeufc Sunday with O R Hurmon aiSimmsS Elmer Anderson has returned r om uoon Hollow where he has been in the revenue business Miss Ella Payne and Mr Herman Odloff of Texas were married at Louisville Friday Miss Irene Nally of Samuels is visiting MissHattie Nally i tents Eight cents a pound i what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh Shewas thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ingrregular doses had gained twelvf pounds in weight befo e tbelJcjfiie was finished Eight Scents a poundS cfteap forsuch valuable ma V7 fi tenal Some pay more some jiess sPeget nothing for their money You get you- rr sworthwhen you buy ScOtt Emulsion kWefree SCOTT BOWNE CHEUISTS 4o fearl Streeti New Yorkt 5oc afli zooali huggists t t J- I x Mr Johu Barker and Miss Nellie MeMillan were mar ned at Bethlehem Thursday Rev R Purdom officiating last Herbert week WItend the ding wedtt Ed Shewmaker was in our villiage Saturday and Sunday r LIFE IN THE U- NORTHWEST tIfof chang log your location ppint the North west where life is worth living r It is the coming em pi re of ibis Country Climate anI elevation are found in great variety and land will never be asjjow priced again as it is now FJor farming fruit raising and grazing no tf our 0 ubtijy Pqu ils it- rrigation makes tne farmer in dependent where iii ignton is practiced and this 6m si iirigahe parts of OU CJuntrv hire in Mon IHUH and Waehmijin The towns and cities are Mil gniwing rapidly in tho Norttyresi Let me know whit you wan ndwe will try toj help you Th re are al sons of places und kinds of land ia the Northnes tern States througi J hich tb Northern Pacific runs Dont wait until it is too lojc to yo LON Settlers Rte ar in effect during Srpetnbr and- ctober Write ioi re whereI you wan to go tnd ikiitteii you what it will cst CHAS 4 FEEIGPU Pi Ant Northern acific Ry St Paut Minn 1 0 to overyjjo tion much izre Is to the otker side when you hear It fairly presented Atchison Globe THE PIANO TUNER Why He Lett In a l nrry After Pin lulilns Ole Job A lady stepped Intjo a piano ware- room recently to engage a tuner but before doing so Insisted upon the strongest assurance that the tuner wns re Epouslble She was sb determined that the manager became curious to know the reason for her disbelief In the re liability of tuners She gave her ex perience with the last tuner she had and this is the story as she told it lie had finished tuning the piano when he looked up and said Your Instrument was In awful con dition You ought to have seat for me soonerIt was tuned only three months ago Then the titan who did It certainly didnt know his business No No maam He had better be do- Ing street cleaning than tuning pianos Why my dear madam a drllcate In strument like a piano needs fingers equally delicate to handle It combined with an ear of unerring accuracy The Individual who attempted to tune this Instrument last evidently possessed neither of these Ill fact am free to say he did It more harm titan good he did May I ask who It was whq so abused your Instrument ult was yourself Madam you are wrong never tuned a nlnuoln ths house before Probably not but you tunwl that strument nevertheless or made a butch of it In attempting to do so It longs to Mrs Jones who sent It here while she Is out ef town She told me you always had tuned It and to send fcr you wbi n But the unhappy man tied with such haste as to make his coattails u good substitute for a dull table Phlladel plila MusicianI DlflloaltleB of Our Lainruaee A Frenchman ijaine to England to learn English aud the following sentence was given him The roygh cough and hiccough plough me through The teacher toll him the first wdrd was pronounced ruff He thereupon said this Tho run cuff and hlccuff fluff Ole thruff No no the second word is pro nounced koffII Then said the frenchman It must be the roff iCoff and blccoff plopr me throff The third fourth and fifth words were explained with the same result- S which the reader may repeat for him self London Express Top Much Mrs Marryat Mamma is talking ofI closing her liousc and coming to live with us Do you think you could sup port both of us Mr Marryat My dear I can support- yoo very nicely now but Im afraid your mother would be Insupportable Catholic Standard and Times Added Attraction uNo Indped sliiltl the rnifty agent to the bride and idegroniii Our vain pany does not prohibit kissing on the platfomiM l besides r would illl your attention t6 tli i tact that hivi more and longer tunnels thnn ib other railway u the wmldHaftl more Aniericnni Xo fninpnrlHan That New Virk girl wusnwtuinljd when I asked Ilk It KIPWUH trout R s ton ullIbet she tvasnt half mud as the Boston girl wboiu askinl if she was from Newt orkLite Forest coveraSJ per cent bf IlURstu nefesThforesttoereryj Inhabitant of R- ussiAj5jjjjL l CI HISTORIC STAGECOACH Preserved In the Poatal llnienm at the National Capital One of the most Interesting relics of obsolete postal service to be seen at the museum In Washington says the Washington Post is an old time Rocky Mountain combination passenger and mall coach built In 18C8 This was amoijgithe first of Its kind to carry the malls in Montana the route of this par ticular coach being from Helena to Bozeman the trjp consuming a week The residents along the same section now receive four mails dally The coach was donated to the museum by S S Huntley general manager of the Yellowstone Park Transportation com pany It was captured by Indians In 1877 and recaptured after a hot pursuit by General Howard Many distinguished persons have traveled In It among them being General Garficld fore be was president President Ar thur on a visit to Montana In 1883 and General Sherman on a tour of In spection In 1877 The Jatter was a pas senger when the coach made the dis tance from Fort Ellis to Helena 108 miles In eight hours six horses being the team with frequent relays Tblb antiquated affair on wheels Isl the simon pure typical stagecoach of the Beadle dupe novel The James brothers and the Fords may have en riched themselves by looting this Iden tical relic of the west There are a front and rear boot the former under the drivers seat being the repository of Uncle Sams mail bags the rear boot serving to parry baggage Heavy leather springs and Iron tires to the wheels half an Inch thick enabled the vehicle to withstand the rough usage to which It was subjected With a ca pacity Inside for nine people others riding on top and beside the driver with slots In the sides of the coach through which rifles could bo aimed Jt seemed evident that a knight of the road had to be of reckless mold to tackle one of these once a week ex presses POULTRY POINTERS Never give poultry water In the morn- Ing before feeding All the stimulants breeding fowls need is vbolesome food and drink In proper quantities To fatten the cockerels rapidly con fine them In close quarters and feed cornmeal cooked milk qUlcklLohgfirst batched fatten quickest In a broodI Fowls seldom tbo milk The- yiaretri1t1Thh grain or meat hut milk In any form is iilatirble and roosting poles slioiId be on a level with each other This will pre vent the fowls all trying to roost on the top perch A fowl or animal In which au excel lence is constitutional Is apt to transt mlt all this excellence in all the de veloped power amV beauty to Its progf euy In selecting Tor breeding the pullet should be at least a year younger than tl1stJNlgthi A String to It Bridget nod Norah Murphy fniii from Ellis Island had set out to make their return calls on their cousins the McGoollgans at service In an aris tocratic part of the city Upon arriv lug at the house Instead of being ron frontftjby the usual bell knot nothing but a stingy mean apology of a Knob In the shape of a little black button met them Bridget got hold of the but ton and gave It a pull but her fingers slipped before there was any audible ring from within Again and again slid tried with the same result until she turned the job over to Sonic Then the latter yanked and twisted without success until both stood on the land- Ing gazing helplessly ut each other Then light canto unto Bridget Ill tell you phwat It is she said Theyre pinyin th joke on us tar greenhorns an th devils arewllhr houldln th sbtrlngl New York T one The Dine of tlie Sapphi The blue of the sapphire is pure or spread over the whole sub stance of tile stone Sotnvtlincs It is mixed with black which gives It an inky appearance soiuetlnifs with rod which although iwuwrceittlrtie by day light yet by artificial light gives nn amethystine appearance Two sap phires which by daylight may n of the same hue often differ extrvuu1 in color at night If the stone be held In an ordinary pair of forceps an InchIbeneath the surface of very clear ter the parts of the stone colon uncolored will be distinctly np liwlI This remark applies to all other gems ItenlUtlc The Landscape Painter Dont you know IJm quite a realist The Animal Painter sarcostlcaJty Well well Whod have thought t7 The Landscape PainterFact t assure ydu always smoke when Itn painting a hazy atmosphere Mrs Rubba Painful CnaeIthis morning doctor Doctor Suffering terribly Mrs Rubba What with only a slight throat affection DoctorYes but ebo cant speak Chicago News Tho Limit Worthless HusbandGoing to leave Ime are you Moll Didnt you take me for better or worst Long Suffering WifeYes but you are absolutely the worst didnt take you for that Jhlcago Tribune THE FIRST WOMANfAn Old Knmern how She Was CreatedIThe last section Of a Finger of the Moon Reddened by the Setting Sun in the Sanscrit work culled the Surging of the Ocean of Time contains a legend conetiiIu vuitu creation which Is COVOJI credited throughout India thi sili tails somewhat as follows At iltu beginning of time Twasbtrl the Vulcun of Hindoo mythology created the world But when he wished to create a woman be found he had em nlo ed all his materials in the creation a utiiu mere old nut remain 9nt Kad DysppsIa 0Pimbs ii1t yu s + m netsasatrij- plell ju5 jfjpro ound meditation He rovjStM UUself ttp do nfl follows He took tIe lightness of the leaf and the gll1nce of the fain the gayety t the suns rays and tears of the mist It1IIpen xvck and the softness of the down on thp tl roat of tie swallow the harshness jof the diamond the sweet tigertheithe chatter pf the Jay and the cooing of ihe tfirtle dove He melted nIl this and formed a woman Then he mane dayslattrsnii theran 1y lor the crentiire you cave me poisons niy existence She chatters without r3st she takes all my time Bh4 laments for nothing alkali and is alwoiys 111I And Twashtrl received the woman again But eight days latci the mtin cam agaln tp tie god and said spUtaryslqceuiember she danced Before my staging frgmthewith me tlungto miii And Twashtri ThreedaysagainMy do not under stind exactly how but Im sure the wpman pauses me more annoyance than pleasure I beg of you relieve me ot herI Jut TT asht cried Go your way and do your bestl liTeWithNeither can you live without her replied Tjwnsbtri nwnynunnur1hg neitherllveliers W iekly Sure of Applause That tie theatricall claque is not confined to playhouses was demonstrated eyond all shadow of doubt to the tortheSchools The irresponsive bit of femininity vir whom the amateur conch work ed rejoiced In the name of Sarah When Sarah began to talk all her vocal organs took joyful holiday and retired in favor of her nose In vain the teacher begged and Implored Sarah istlll clung to her monotone Then tbe teacher threatened trytothen hpw will you feel Oh theyll applaud me Miss Brown returned Sarah easily My mother is goln to give my little broth Ic beginIchis UK New Yprk Times A Alcainre of Distance j A northern sportsman went alligator lill nt Uv iiMr vrort1 a penal wiril the uninitiated he got lost It was near night and he was at a loss what to do Presently he met a man riding a tow says the Indianapolis Journal Can you tell me how far it is to Miami Waal I reckon its about two whoops the nina answered TwowhatThe to tithe this as chal lenging his vpraclty for he looked questioningly bt the palmettos and prickly pears beside the path then gan to scratch la head Praps hit may be a smltch fur ler he admitted but I low hit aint worn two whoop an a holler A Long Felt Want have herJsaid the long haired theorist as he wits ushered into the presence of the railway magnate plilns for a device that will warn the engineer when any one is crossing the trakt Cant use it replied the busy ot flcljil1 What we want Is something that will warn the person who Is cross ing the track when the engineer hap pens along that way Chicago News Out Soon to lie Miss Ascum Wasnt that Mr Bonds I s iw you walking with last evening Miss Coy Yes Miss AscumHes a lauded free holder pf the county isnt he Miss Coy blush1ngWeh1erhu- istt quite landed yet Philadelphia Press Fitted For Polities fWbat makes you think he wouldbo a politicsFHO that sound wltand mean nothing than any other man I ever knew Chicago Post Nipped In the Dad iOh Alfred Isnt it too bad Just as wphnc1 everything so nicely arranged ar our elopement father has gone- uid sauctloued the match Harpers Mjonthly Few things are necessary for the wants of this life but it takes an in fibRe number to satisfy the demands of opinion Noise In Your Cbeat The doctor hears some curious noises When he plates the stcthoxropongnliidt your chest When the lungs are In a bpalthy condition the medical gentle uian hears a pleasant breezy sound1 sjft In tone as you draw In the breath and expel It Should the Instrument convey to bis ear a gurgling or bobbling sound be makes a mental note of tie tact that you are In what Is known as the moist stage of bronchitis In tie dry stage of the same complaint tue sound la a whistling wheezy one thcoackllngstethoscope It Ig qot unlike the sound that can be heard when your finger ind thumb have touched a sticky sub tance andi you first place them gether and then part them holding J hem close fo your ear Doctors occasionally hear a dripping ound and that Indicates that air and yater bavq got iiito some part of the best wherip they have no right to be Blow across a bottle and you will pro rice a sound Which Is actually to be lieard In your chest It caused In pusslngfiver 1 gwsr Nw jliii jljiiiWi iiijjjti j1iw hJ tl Ji u Wi i4t liWe BuyBuie5i 5 y t I a I b t eI1C r L oai 1 f 1iiiidfirires nowfti1Lofoin nobbiesty1OadftilyPFIOeY Calland make a selection and iltea rafffliaKliTOfiTg I i t SEEDING flME i Ffr f i g You must remember is near at hard and 3 ri WXB have grass seeds of iiJl kinds L 0 E I We make a Specialty of Northern Seedd Oats trsrrI 5 i L THOMPSONGREENSSPRINGFIELE- YKYqfptf Otf t Ot 9 m FACTS CONCERNING SLEEP Even a Midday Nap Better Than tbe Noon Steal The scholar and professional man like the anxious housewife Is aVt to carry his cares to bed and Insomnia becomeS a curse Men 1 women who are busied in getting and gaining th merchant the banker all alike fall to secure that self control which can manage the mind as noll asleep as sleep should be purely a physiological repose similar to tin rrst of animals who go to sleep with the darkness and awake with the litbt Some one has said thnt sleep jLe hunger and thirst rcpu ting a dimi notion of energy throughout the rtirCIbody I hardly think if can be true but in my judgment t rather gests tue diminution the energy If the brain and he is a wise man who takes the hint when bruit fag FU In of an evening and goes comfortably and properly to bed Of course V Us or the only time for Uvp Men and women who isis busy uid stoil just a few minutes Ittore tr- the ouday luncheon stitch ilh nip and indeed It uoarlv rf that the noonday no i worih far mpre than the noond meal f irdigestive processes are surely hLrduring the periods of mental ahtand It is the exceptional person in tiis busy world of ours who is not oalhil upon to use all his br and bnvr la make a living It hs ueen my I to advise mothers to la whulti Ifrom every cumbti care even if sleep tails to wooed it t about twenty minute try day Li d solute peace and quietness dhirt the mind from all auxihics and lug all tb muscles A habit tl s uinil Is e ly acquiretl and we iii it iv e tCWt icurasthc women whose serves make life hideous to their fatal lies if a word like this spoken from considerable experience were heeded Pilgrim JA great many horses are fed on the streets from catbags drawn up over their noses nod wabbling about In a manner which must make it very un comfortable to eat ones dinner In that wjiy The Boston i ild tells of bright horse down illPIt Alley which had nearly reached the bottom of his hag It wabbled awfully but the oats were sweet and he was hun gry In front of him stood Ji wagon and tilt wagon had a wheel Happy thought lie walked to the wheel rested life canvas the top of It and flnlshjd his dilL ro the last oat In couiforfrlile leIIlGIo fashion and with winkle In his eye If that wits not irhuuph of mind over matter what Wilt I- tfliy to Keep Tonnft One of the secrets of keeping young vlfjoioiis and supple Jointed is to con tliup to pnirtltv the activities of youth UIII to refuse to allow the mind to fttidVn thf muscles tiy Its HULgestloil of age llmltutloiiH It men like Peter Cooper and Wllllnm B Qladitone who kept up till vtvllzlng exercises of ro busi mnnliooTl when far Into the efjrliticx liailjutitiiiHiiftl at forty tp thc thonulit of approiidilir age how ihoA tliHr valiiabli rU WouM remalmd umloiif nts At y Somehow girl m blue I ont help wlsl i had accepted him Why dear us the girl tar gray Why lit swore r hedf never be happy again tutu raid lie Is AhM coma illl the girl In gray refliHtlrHy ifiatters are now you rant tif sure II he iHUt but If youd tiinrrUd hli ni could make sure of ItChlcau u t Depend on iriuntanceB- 8h ho you rptniu marriage ai a necessity or a luxury nt Well wheh n man marries a crosH eyed girl who wiya silly things whose iiosi turn up nt the end and whose father Is worth alionit 2000000 I should Buy It was u nwesslty Chi cago iteeordIlerultiS Matter For Wonder Mrs Peek iwho returned from Nlagaraf1 stood sptHjchhssr Mr Vcfc Wonderful wonclerfuli To UunselfHII wonder how Niagara did ItDetrolt Frf Prefcs rIn JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure cpating They ilavetoo higha regardor health as pwell as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The very Amerlcau roasters who glaze their package coffees do not farelQ touch or glaze their high priced Mochas andjavsis Why ILIon uoneedultrateL Is Mvulaeer Cott- Zka It mM vdMct IMWM w orm wMr ifcwkMM l iI5 close fi I1 CEMENTAt Lowest Prices r r 5r 4Xp SJSHandiDOORS I LA HS and SHINGLES OT jt ling irihe builCtingline at the SPRi TLD LUMfiERCQs Yard CAL AND GETPRJSs f F YNXW SiMiENStMMS JOHN E SIMM5 FRANK W8IMMS S CO uver Feed iad Sale Stable New and Stylish Riand good Horses Special outfits for travelling men Give us a trial ConifprtablQ stalls nd good treatjinent for boarding IicnsesS f PHONE 75 SPRINGFIELD EY Miss SnY4arTreaaarer UatiBNeId7R Ctek 6etheIrwives motitn and dasghters iM it they would okicnre rciuIU they w IIW find that the dpctofj procrfeiloM de iwt perform the aaay cures thtytrt jivM credit for WhvIsedMcElruWIM U tekkaah1ew erearidh i m Wine of Cardui isareffolatorol the menstrual functions andla a mOlt IItonishingltoniefor iromeav J6 cares toofeqnentirregUlarafldpalnfillinensthxation of the womb1whitesand flooding islieipful j wiles approaclun wOman ehi1dbirtliquehlly brings a Hear baby to homes AUdruggistsof Vanhi WiNE CARDUI cJJtIJal Put n pinch of bicarbonate of soda in the water when boiling salmon This tiiakea lIt a beautiful red color When roasting fowls put them into an intensely hpt oven until carefully browned after that cook slowly bast Ing frequently When rnVrtta being e made from roast seal lamb beef be cbl ken use 1hetJrownctrfpplngs the at has been lw ure l off Before baking a blueflah the creole cooks pour over It a sauce bjade from fresh or canned tomatoes fn which garlic is chopped It is then baked un til the Scab of the fisu flakes admitting kthe sauce For a quick cake beat until thke tour eggs add four tnulcsiiorinfuls of sugnr halt a cupful of flaw n llttfe cinnamon and lempfi rind bcait well and spread bn n baking pa nilfitftTlB i quick oven and cut at qn Cooking tenchcta s illcnts for pancakes elt l like should be mixed before the butter la needed Thl 1tlcy explain gives tthe lour chali to swell and the better Is better M- iortwe t Ii 4 SCORN BREAD T Feni ReeelleetlaM at tJae Pam sI tkeHeeemke cad n 9l m1tf With good meal and a eMk feltawtet the lessons and tradAloM et Ute rid regime delicious thread IMJ bitaked of Indian meaL But Kf MT IT doubts whether It can be Wke4 U wIU In a stove as in an open Ireilace r L the fattera 1Tbens4cn Jacks necdenly a well gree4 frylac pan JLut skill Is required tt1tna thea That Is done by pitchlng tkeai wit of the pan into the fair ad Kkipy thee medownfiapontbteraI Tbf com ponemaybeceekeIiaaaNie rrange The hoecake was orifiaagy MrttHt 4rablril 4 t rbottomr or batter tile appliances ewithrlllMtttlClbly adapted t6 i JWe wish jup tC Virginia bellum sryl aaf i Mg tk c tgsh- aeInItahIeIrelaesab1eckcook in a giaftep ss irttti a Nd bandanna IMP saM aetd alt hay a half acre salst W4 za lethmM iwA an old time gftrdMi Ilk with 1MMer ries and goewbcrriM ky N Pus J rants v d all tlM wdtewj takte Jeie tables r When MM If boN eW flsM lsmm and gardeas aad kKdnps iitrtM rf4l and the boat tod bostaM k iyeaMedi- ala scsliH we inirt teM mM aa a frequent twith a gynrrf j seat in the cMey eeesqr ThMltHt we snail wsJlt WIN bt ths sst tfcrfrfr petite the TefftctMWMJM w jississeH when wt co k tt tM ikn Mtta aa4 six eggs forbrMkfast saM eMiRm a wliole wiksaee fcetwfMUiiah INrt alasltwOsiMbakrtsjdwalls aad oftm trey let thaa te biiback the dige ttMi aa4 4s M spsIy of a youth tha a et a ttiM tkata past and n ear eaa Mtan BMHKMkT Dtopatch Vwttta ta eJDOH Jtlift VM srsitt far wla 4e HHI th4s tkw7frwbaia I wearytag zjuiistW- e41 Iri riamhir saM tha wWtMf is ml 1r PSMwIBella eaatrair tclM t saaa at the pboa Miaeteee 8f ttI44 th rtnUlM wm ysts ie sdva tMt w cannot taltraii aajr Da4 uiss enrtho wirelpeee UsmuMu 1 Ovla P6dat 1M Mft I s IYwt vi ataeIiiYi a 1 wrest tavaeif aa tsai Usal t TTt l kOR JMJ BURTON = ll ENT DENTIStT f TEfTH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I HgMi Bteck up talrs pINGF1LDKY All Dtntml Work Strictly J Firtc1a y pt J H LAMPTON OFFICE kOsI Ueube M8JSIOCK 8PKINGFIELD KY OFKEOB Dr RiI1 bart s for mtir AoM over Peoples Deposit Jilk OMot boar 12 to 2pm- WFGRIGSBYl s rATTORNEY AT LAW h QOee ov rPeoples Bank gFJUNOFIBLD KY REAL ESTATE For Sale bv G1 0 IHAtTQAgent 4 LJ yeloBlY charge for BaJe the followiNg Ito fwrmt rne9tiy located fcf Wjuhlngtoa op Bty Also have In y chart several pIeces of town j Aproperty Fan description of any off 1thisproperty farnUhed OB demand- LTsTOFFABMS- co acre fane good land firstck JmproveBieBts of every kind near V Sprin ield Price 50 per acre t 33J acre farmS miles from Spring Mid near the pike first class Ini royemenU of avery kind Price Iper acre 3S5 acre farm 8 miles from Spring i y feld faIre good house good barns and good ontboildings farm well fenced and watered Price 30 per 115 acre fara 1J mflea friapring 1 ield good improTJements well fenced aNd watered not on pike but near pike Price t2li I t 230 acre farm 13 miles for Spring field on the pike good Iznrovernent of every kindLweiI fenced and wel watered Price 440 150 acre farm 81 miles Jrom Jpriog geld o1tbn pike good small ho e and barn large tobacco barn tara Hioetly In graM price 50 per acre 200 acre farm 2 miles from Sprlng4 Meld on the pike plajri comfortable boose on the firm well watered and t eoced price 30 per acre 240 acre farm 6 miles from Spring Iehi911 the pike small bon e and batBjtfarm well fenced gdod deal of tlHiber land Iay8tdl price 825 per jacre 170 acre farm 10 miles from Springfield gdland fairly good J Improve inentir price S3700 OOcreIarrn74 miles from Spring field on pike flrstclaaa improvement of every kind good land well watered prIce45 per acre lip acres of land 5 milts from SpringflSld no improveinenla 60 seres ol creek bottom price 30 per acre wZl6 acrelarm 5 mllen irom Bards f tows oiipikegOOd lHti1 flrstclasa l provemeBU lays well mostly In grase prlee 84260 per acre fremSprln9AeW ad barn good well lays Well prlie 30 per acre 4 185 acre farm 8 mIles from Spring fl9l4i good house and barn some tiraberj well fenced and watered price fJW per aero I 70 acre tam 41 miles from Spring SeW OB the pike good house and barn 10 acres creek bottom good te well and 1ilk house farm mostly tn T graw price 1630 a Iii acre farm 9 miles trop Spring Acid on thee pike nice nOw frame koase 8 rooms good pew barn good tat boase on place j two goc4 elsteraa Price 30 peracre 240 acre tarn 2 miles from Spring J IUU OB tile pike good house and barn farm well fenced and watered Price fX per acre 435 acre farm fine land good im provemeats well watered and fenced priceJSS per acre- t v QUiEi QUALITY JI ILFOR- II LADIESWEAR f ltHeBEST SHOE J ON THE IMAPiKET t FtHl tt1 JJ4JAMSFIELP pria K t f TOWN I r I NNiiWitN HQ H6 Hfit Local Happening oT Interest The Freshest and Latest I elf Friends ItAIIAbOutYour itances oj Mo IM II II j Koberteon Brc sba4just received their fine stock of Zeiglor Shoes A lull line of pattern ban- dreadytarhats at Mrs Kate Williams For Latest Styles in Ladies shoes call on Robertson Bros and ask for Zeigler FOR SALE 20 good feedipg hogs weighing about 110 pounds A C Canary Say boys lake your laundry to Jim Hagan he represents the Lebanon Steam Laundry good work guaranteed Office at C W flagans Store For cleaning dyeing altering and pressing mens womens and childrens clothing call on Mrs Herman Schmenk Good work at reasonable prices V In order to close out my large stock of millinery early will sell from now on at greatly reduced prices Mrs Kate Williams The number of the telephone call for the NEWS ADER office is 90 Anyone having news or other business matters to commu mcate call us up Col R E Whayne reports the sale of a house and lot black smith shop end mill of H C Gart diner at Gasburg Saturday to Dr Wright Price 400 Work has begun on the new Office to be used by the sheriff It will adjoin the old Clerks office building in the Cop t House ChlM ydwi11beoickof Mollie Mayes is sick with scar let fever but is getting along as well as could be expected No further spread of the disease is anticipated Auctioneer 8 M Campbell re ports good attendance at the sale of household goods farming implements etc of Jamb Steel on last Saturday Everything sold well The grand jury is still in seas ion and judging from the large number of witnesses being examined there will be quite a num ber of indictments returned at this session Plans have been accepted and work will begin immediately on the new Masonic building on Mainstreet The building will be 01 brick and stone and will be two stories high The auction sale of the goods oi the store of S H Weakley1 at Mooresville will be continued every Saturday afternoon until all goods are disposed of This is a rare chance for bargains Mr W S Y Uoodle whom we reported last w k as being quite ill with blood oisoning is no better and his ondition is thought to be quite critical Mr Good let iis ouc of the ountys most substantial citizens The Town Trustess are having vitrified brick guttering put in on the south side of Main street for about a square The improve ment isi a good one and should be extended Contractor R6r birds of Harnxlsburg is doing the work At he close of the Shewmaker trial last Saturday court adjourned until yesterday consequently very little business has been transacted sine our last issue Several small cases on the criminal docket were disposed of yes terday Tuesday was probably the quietest election ever held in this county and if the number of votes cast in the three pro cincts in Sprirgfield be taken asI a criterion the totall number cf votes for the entire county counted on that day was about the smallest ever Only 184 votes were cast in toe tbrne voting precincts in Springfield and Mr candijdateher i j The service formally install ing Rev L A Strickland ast pastor of the Springfield Pres byterian church took place en last Sunday Rev Dr Mbffett of Lebanon and Rev W TI Overstreet of Perryville weie present and conducted the ser TOp a8iI I preaChinglt delivering the charge This election law istill a Chinese puzzle to many of the election officers as well as sotjoe voters At a certain voting precinct in this county on last Tuesday the officers after the pjolls closed sealed up the ballot book and locked it up in the ox while one of the officers put the ballots in fcfs pocket and took them home with him and burned them in his kitchen stove He after wards explained thatjtjbe reason he did not burn thm at the polls Was because thjere was no fire on the place 1An informal reunion of the McElroy brothers and sisters was held atthe homeof Mr and Mrs A C McElnfy on last Thursday all of the tjeu children being present as follows Messrs Charles R Hugh Anthony CJJ John I and Williapa T Mrs Mary Hughes Mrs Sarah Grundy Mrs Mattie McDowell Mrs Lizzie McDdwell Mrs Emmett Field A delightfull dinner was served byj the hostess Mrs A C McElroy and Mr Hugh McElroy ma4e the occa sion a golden one in more res pects than one by placing undezi the plate of each me i brothers and sistersjfifty dollars in gold Mr Adloff a young man from the state of Texas apd Miss Elli Payne of the Fenyrick neigh borhood were parties to a roman tic marriage last week The young people had never seen each other but had become en B8 d jnarried through correspondence TKcTytraiig man arrived here on Jast Thursday and bv appointment his fiance met him in Springfield For fear of being intercepted tilei young couple decided to drive to Valley Hill where theyi boarded the afternoon train and went to Louisville yjhere they were married Saturday even ine the happy pair returned to tisi place and the following da ont tmid In vi rl llf Vjome of the brides pile its itlci where they were probably forgiven Mr Adloff who is a young Ger man says that he likes Kent ky so well that he willI pr ably locate her- eErnest Mansfields bast Letter The last letter written by Er nest Mansfield to his mother which was penned oh the same afternoon of his fatal boat ride was received after the telegram announcing the terrible news of his death by drownng The letter is full of Ipve and af fection for the mother and speaks of his own hopes andambitions for the future in a cheerful way showing be beleived that life held for him bright prospects After writing of his mothers devotion and sa rifices for her children Ernest writes 4The remaining days of your life I pray to God will be to realize what you have so long dreamed of and expected It is all I can do to be patient long enough to exert eVqry effort to make it possible I am healthy andvigorous now rand I can think and reasou more clearly than ever before My nervousness his left me and f feela man Keep cheerful an live in the ihope you are surejito realize Your devoted son E nestIThe remains will reach here oifthe noon train Thursday and the funeral will take place on Friday morning atpO oclock from the Presbyterian church Notice Misses Vina and ISlla Weakly have moved to the hcmse of Mrs Mary Noe on Main treet where hey can be round by all wanting dressmaidntf und other sewing done Jewelry C M Wiseman SOt Lead ing Jewelers ef Louikville have catalogue1jJeelry line If you ant a hind sonic article suitable reasonI Christmas present at most able price writ fqr b catalogu 132 W MarketSt Louisville Ky 43 tf jir STOPS THE COUGH I JILaxativcJI ua n day No cur no pay r H HHORD DENTISTOFFICE BiSEHABT BUltDIV fnnuunently located SPRINGFIELD KY Memorial To Mrs L C11Grundy Ms Lucy J Grundy nee Miss Lucy J Davison died at her home at this place Nov Jt 1902 at 415 p mShe was born at Springfield December 13 1856 She was received into the Presbyterian church at an early age on profess ion of faith in the Lord Jesus She leaves a husband Mr G R Grundy a daughter Miss Annie D and one son Pal mer She was a daughter of Mr E L Davison of Louisville and a sister to Mrs Chas D Gates and Mr M S Davi son and MrE L Davison Jr A host of devoted relatives and friends mourn her absence from the earthly home even though we know the joys of the heavenly home are hers forever Her beautiful life and purity of heart rendered her the acknowledged favorite wher ever known Her life was action not speculation not debating but doing She endured hersuf ferings and patiently waited for the Master whom she loved so well to call her toher heavenly rest Her Christianity was the distinction of her religion and guaranty oJ her triumph Her title was clear to all spiritual blessings because God being her God in Christ all things are hers Having His free grant of them tin the word of promise and trusting to His faithfulness she set out to walk wjth her divine Friend and Father to enjoy His loving presence nil the way to heaven Every day she sought for more knowledge and for more experience of His abundant love in his beloved son and walk rmAWJ7j wMxjiis my Whatever blessing strengtnShBtory or comfort she stood in need of she looked to God for it The supreme principle upon w hicb sheolived was to adhere through good reportor ill through temptation and prosperity and adver sitv to the will of God Her in farIfluence as a mother was reaching It was her greatest recompense to see her children coming up useful in the world The Cross of Christ was the pledge to her that the deepest suffering may be the condition of the highest blessing the sign not of Gods displeasure but of His widest and most compas sionate love But she is gone jrom us and our hearts are bleed lug yet through our tears we see the finger of God In the presence of a large concourse of sad and sympathizing relatives and friends she was laid to re st May the God of love watch oyer the afflicted husband and children guide them by his spirit and sus tain them by His power Blessed assurance she is not dead but liveth PASTOR TRIBUTE PROM HER CHURCH SOCIETY When with the eye of taitb we fol low the servant of God over the Jordan of death Into the promised l in regj imagination we feel the glories of that city Oar eyes are dazzled by the brightness lot its glory oar ears are itained to catch the heavenly muriel our feet are eager to tread those golden streets our hands would fain grasp those of our Redeemer and feel tbo works of his love for us We r w31- jjII qRUTO THE WlBESSUFFIGIENTS Asteek looking man driving a fiqeUam pmles will call on you with a Cooking Range and use all the talk and strategy t- pbssble to sell you a RaU eIfYOU want a Range all we ask is that you come to dur store and if we cannot show you a better Range for less money then you buy from them We have the Range that nocks them out und it is larger and lItbettr and last of all we can sell it cheaper put V up in your home and guarantee it in every partieular Come and see what we have and also see our line of Heaters and pook Stoves Beware eware of the Range Peddler MCELROY SHULTZ feat like laying to the Angel porter Let me pass in also But no not yet have we completad our work Oar beloyed Christian friend Lucy J Grondy las completed her task has patiently endured to the end and has beard th0 joyful summons Well done goOd andfaithfulBervant enter tbon intojthe jjoy of thy Lord1 We would not call her back although when we turn our eyes back to the desolated home the empty church pew the vacancy jn our circle we are filled with sado ss Modest and difQdentlfrom childhood yet with a toady principal and conscientious faithfulness abS could ever be found at the poet of duty As a Society asaociatad with her in church work we submit the following resolutions Whereas God has summoned opr beloved associate resolved That we realize we have lost an act- Ive efficient worker one who bad the interest of the church on her heart Doe whom we loved for her personal character That we bow our humble submis non to Fathers will and pray Him to raise up others to carry on the work she bad to lay down That we rejoice in the fact that she foundher chief happiness in Gods service So may it be with us Thatweeitead our heartfelt sym pathy to her mlIyand friends and would remind them that though ab sent in person yet the sweet influ once of her life is still with them drawiogj them to her alt her God Nearer myGod to tbee Een though it be a croa That leadetb me to a loving heavenly Father in this virCbi sojjqsj He alone can help Good by dear friend rest in thy b6d of flowers Thineih eternal gain the loss Is ounMrs E S Mayes r Mr A H MeChord Mrs i L Janes Committee rpERQONAL Dr Miles Saunders is bore this week for a short visit to friends Miss Fannie Smith of Bardstown was the guest of friends here this weekJudge and Mrs Q R McDowell of Danville were here the first of the weekICol and Mrs Nicholas McLow of Danville visited relatires here the first of the week Mrs Mary t Hagan and Mrs R N Watben spent last Thursday with Mrs Will Clarkson- Mn PolinSansbnry of Louisville is rislalng the family of Mr and Mrs R N Watben this week Mr M S Davison of Louisville was here Sunday and Monday called by the death df his sister Mrs C R GroodyI andIfield of Bardstawn visited at the home of W M Durrett Sunday Mrs Chas D Gates left this morn lug for her home In Lonlvvitle She was accompanied by Miss AnnIe D Grundy who will remain in tbljcity avisitMr McElroy who has been spending abouttwo weeks with rela tives here left yesterday for Battle Creek Mich to join Mrs McElroy who is at a sanatarlnm at that place i Winter Weather I IIs sure to come so dont let I find you unprepared but call on us and get pne of our II MONTE GflRLOGOflT8T- hov nrn the Correct Thing We are alo Showing e a beautiful linejo- fChildrens Coats cJ Yoi will find our Prces 1lijo our Styles ALVAf8C mE TIyo +1IsIFru1f ROBERTSON BROS j Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY Sam Spalding Plaintiff Against Equity George Logan c Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1902 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1902 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the fol lowing described property towIt- A certain tract or parcel of Ian lying and being in Washington coun ty Ky on the waters of Pleasant Run and bounded as follows towit Beginning at a stone in the line oi the late James Mayes deceased thence with the same N S E 141 poles to a stone on a branch thence doWn said branch 874 E 634 poles to a stone fence passing Montgomerys corner a beech tree thence S 81 W 9 poles to the branch thence S 57 E 6 pqles to the center of PleasantRun thence up same S 26i E 17 poles thence N W 32 poles to a stone thence N 76 W 36 poles tb the beginning containing six and one half acres For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approve security or sureties must execut bond bearing leif interest from date of sale until paid and having thc force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to compl promptly with these terms W F NEIKIRK Special C W C 0 Commissioners SaieT r WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY Etta Boblett Plaintiff EquityWBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1902 in the above cause for the sum of 600 with Intereat at the rate of six per centum per annum from the J5th day of January 1900 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House doOr in Springfield Ky on MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1902 at 2 oclock pm thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon 4 credi of six and 12 months the following described property towlt A certain tract or parcel of land situated in Washington county Ky and thus bounded towit On the north by the lands of W G Boblitt on the east by the land of said W G Boblitt and N Smith on the south by the lands of said Smith and Tucker Cheessr on the west by the lands of P G Barlow supposed to contain 60 acres more or less Amount of debt and interest to be made 102 90 Amount of cost to be made 39 90 Total amount to be made 742 80 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M 0 W C C W F QBIGSBY Atty Spelling Match THE NEWS LEADER The spelling battle between the White Hall and Willisburg schools Saturday night Nov 1st was one of the most interesting We ever attended The pupils of both schools spelled exceedingly well and reflected credit on their teachers Prof Geo F Wycoff of WhiteHall and Mrs Scrogham of the Willisburg school But after a heated con telt the pupils of White Hall won Judging from the way the White Hall pupils spelled aiidstore trained we predict a brightfuture- for their youthful protesspr A FRIEND There is probably no disease more thanpueSjTable lilt c perseverance makes the complete Price 50 cts in bottles curtt fles 75 centSlcl by OJJIiujdotiIt W A Herran df PiticKArK writ aI j I wish to report that Foley Kidnox Cure nas cured a terrible cs of his nsy and bladder treubla that two dot tors had given n PSdld by Wood Campbelljj 4vLThamssIsLrl t i W Invite Your InSPectioli of U Ayu IMMENSf STOCK We call your especial atteiiibn tO W our great varijty of Dress Good m 54incli all wool checks at 4Cfc w 88inch all woo figured blk goods 40c 38incll all wool Tenitiaus blk and ffi 2 and CQlprs 50c m 38juhall wool Zibalines black and fo colors 60c figy 56inch Meltons blk and QooriSI folJ SL5O 152iuch Wool Corduroys SI 50 Mc l 52inch all wool lop Sackings black ft M54inch125lJ 52inch PebMe Gheviots Hit bnlyTI X A great variety of Waist Cloths from S L24c to 125 per yard i 100 peices Outings 5c to 2Qc 50 peices Mannellett 7c to 2iv v c Woththic1 S GQodsfor17tLL NDMlINTER ever shown ih Springfield Our of small notions JS complete See it new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt ouriiSets Belt Piris Metal Chatelain Ba Beaded Ghatelain Bags Cushion Covers eteFaWe stilt lead in fine Shoes with Manns for men and Drew Selby Qo Shoes for Women and Star Shoe COn ShOes for Children If you have neVer seen them call and see them t We are showing an elegarft line of Cloaks in New Markets Monta Carlps t 34 Jackets etc q lENS AND BOYtsUIn AND OYERffATS r Mens all wool ifS5 j Mens Prince Charles Overcoats 6 thS Wool Suits Youths Ragan Overcoats Children nol three piece Suits 3 Childrens Woo t o piece Suits 2 Children s Vester Sui1oSpecial Bargains n Men oat E1d Vests andf Odd Pants L We stll boast of Our CARPET and RUG aPHOLSTERYJDEPARTMBNT If YQuneed anything i dont fail to visit us We Ictbisline are giving the Blue Rebate Stamps to cask buyers Dont fall to call for them They are yaiuabla Cunningham Duncan ijjijjijjjijjititi iiiiiw lw4iwWiWi iIIWijlwQ I Fine Bluegrass Farms if i FOR S7LB IWe have for sale more than fifty 1i H farms qf Various sizes and for most any If price sUItabletothe purchaser These jf farms are well located and most otE them are well imp ved SOmeof jg them are fine bluegrass farms and j contain several hundred acres We fTIf will take pleasure in furnishing itifpr t3mation to prospective buyer When j writing be carefull to give price and character of farm idesire- df 1 Nelson Rea1Etatel Agency BARDSTOWN KY 3qtIITake DeWItta Little Early Risers Jns Before going to bed Yoti will find on he morrcw You are rid of your aorrow That s aU nsteuough said These famous pills do cot gripe but moye the bqweis gently apd cJisily clcansinff the liver Tu ir tonic eff ect uives strength td the glands pre Ye i tlng a jrctnrn of thWdis6rdcr G J Haydon s v RushviUc Jnd Messrs Ely Bros I hays been a great sufferer frotn catarrh and hay levf and ttie4 IS ny things hut found tio porminentreUei unt1triedC- ream Ebs Balm 8 years ago and we have been fast friend ever ahice RevR Jl Bently Messrs I ir BoF1u enclosed SO cents for which sehdjffltyour Cream Balm I find yonr Iep edjplthe quickest arid most permanent 1oico1d1nthei- Iea1 Yours Truly Dill Potter tGn Mgr Arizona Gold Miniuff dQi aaU fresacutsor wounds fctyhcis bn ihfchiimin ibject4 pron animal BallarcU Snow Llnement la =xce teat while for cornbuskers spralne ristv bar wire cuts and sores on working frprses it caaaot b4 too hilly commeiiskd Price 5 sad 50 ccifs Bold by J Hajfdon ltoodlCeiiJJIf want warm jfulchlcl eii barn because bioi 1rJteaiotIi tIres lived Inthe boRe flies the Nt tstactIon ot the rabid tiaiIc portance the mere ce1es idyN w rork World He Wat if sIr COnvasaerDoat letrnI 4iss Busy MerchantI wont how the cUemu TribuneJ c u JiIIc t01 r I RMer 111 ya aclGlrk From twelve on an Increasing per e itage of the children rlJJtuJt1dl the MM that self Is necessary iu hiJoUe fjwl give morelImpersonal Jlfcountsd Girls more frequently than boys quolathe humr of the refined adul personal erlepcesotten describe oc OMioa oC their own timidity This Is jffbbably due to the different home training a girl relves She Is cttiaoally drilled to be a lady which In most cases means todrop her natu trilllnstlnctsant to Imitate the adults of her environment About twelve she roses the fearlessness she has hitherto shared with her brothers and becomes good prey for their scaring schemes This seems to develop the boys teas3I ins abilities for while before almost t all ttheir1 tricks were on their own sets PflOis to frighten some girl or to make Jt rjjlook ridiculous A boy of tnfelve t plustrzUesmixed clauses gives further material j I for smiles The best Joke I saw played was putting a bunch of fire crackers bya lady that were not lit and they scared herCentnrlw A ScorethTwenty Is a score because It represents thn whole man teuj fingers and ten toes Ktymologlcally H means acut orwi1rkln wry rmrlt times beyondfwcnfyVi to cut a notch In n stick and begin again nud so H wont on one wan ttvtoI men and on This Is why sheetcaarc still coulitrd byMbe score Now5i n if tally iFreneh tsiille cut orUlcke vUieans nil account kept by means of a i notched stick mid until the end of the Leighteenth cvntnfy such sticks were t giycn as ixilic tr receipts ncconit ThisVajcounts In tlk tttwtC the whittle ages eThe number of drinks or meals a cus- tomert had were svur4I apiitiKtbhn on what was nf1I11 tally tltko and- Vbeult reached twenty cr a1 whole uin be wan eipeoted to pay In UC English countr Inns rcSarett leitilIt fnd one across five and four of these ke twenty or a scorecip For liu SoTcreljmn Sake fhe shah of Persia wizen in France Buffered from a toothache and so aj dentist was summoned to remove the offending tooth But like lessi exalted mortals the shah when ho found him self face to face with the dentist d1It dlsnpfoperated on However his majesty declared that he did not wish the den yeSthata tooth should be extracted from each of his suit He said this with Ills eyes fixed on the ground and then suddenly looking up found to his in tense amusement that all his minis h rs and staff bid quietly slipped away except the grand vizier whom he com pnmenled upon king the duly onlifaItixful enOUgh to ndergo n little dls comfort for his sovereigns sate Then be dismissed the dentist with q present Pollofrcit iBBtrnctlona Too Far glionce meeting The first told how her t maid had locked her in the bathroom 4 and fled from the house The second iqid ofa green cook who hadp3ed a vateliJDelan The thirdIWeTl my tatsure ihas Just landed andnot kflOW how to wasb win o so I proceeded tq explain atters to her We live o lthc MthI story of an apartment house and- IIshqweaAherJiow to wash the qutside by rslttlngo the sIll and letting her teet el hang into the room Imagine my rSminutes later and found her washing the glass on the inside and sitting with lier feet hanging out Into the streetofNpwYork Times Casting SlelahbeUs A question frequently asked fa in re gard to the method producing sleigh bfijla cpntainlngJron balls larger than cth opening Iri the bells Previous to k mt dngacnst the maker of slelghbells puts an iron bpli Inside n and coe just the shape of the Inside of the ben This sand core with the Jinglet Inside is placed In the mold of the outside and thSlyupmold The hot metal burns the core soI 10S ball ltltJntlleshelt Ball valves swivel joints and many otbfer article are cast In the same manner ISiams Royal Palnc One of th most remarkable buildIngs tlnthparid is the palace of the king f of Slam It is inclosed in dazzling white wanl1a trllmfle In clrcumfer 1e1X WitJiIa these walls afe temples KpubllCoflices seraglios stable for iiDIV satrpjil elephant accommodation 1000 troops cavalry wnr elephants and an arsenal There te also a very rf fine tlieater will rt English French and lermaii coiupjiiilqs frequently pewform bof uiv the royal household The king hlnisplf iIs extmuely fond of the trinlsl THE AX oftou2heat becOtnes dulled atee1 rtby constant andmust newitworKLdulls a man as it doesau art makes hIm aIugish ofbody and dulll olmindI fBe ucoos a tonic something that Will restaftbekeenl1e8S jof mind and activity of body DrPjerct Golden Medicali J Discovery puts new life into rundownwinjeaf It strength j ens the weak stom thelolopdeffectfvcly liv e rf The whole body is built up with fteshbytheHIe Discoveryrtmy bed for four monthfrom January ist iso and comt enccd to take 3f your medicine Jannaiy S6tli writes Xis Saute Ji Sheppard o- fPopIarbIu5Mo toofceighttotUesofDr I MedfalS55V0151C Preacriptloa two vial 6f Plouan S bdttteetVUcl Extract of Smart Uniuieoll airtreaMer Wad of kowe work Your jaedldne saved any ticIroa myiravc TiMrics tb you for the benefit c bOi4eswbcn IDtpu takJ your Dont K Jfekd late trdisgi a s b Miie foe a Gad w Any snbtUtate G1dea1Ikt1It sdkMi tlMrt at cfcre beliiad eveismi aiae4for theirisco Hy which JjUaS good r mdic1neacan soowt s Bi rPescesr Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well I Appetite poor Bowels i constipated Tongue ported t5 your liver I AyersPilIs- re liver pills they cure dye pepsia biliousness 25c All druggists l l abrownityournouatcbor beaitlfnl I j BUCKINGHAM8DYEi I w ecnHew Hooketa Arm Made i pI11 poses for signaling and for decorations Ior celebrations For signals the charge consists of 12 parts of niter 2 of suN bur and 3 of charcoal The decorative therFourth of July it is composed of 122 arts of finely pnl verlzed powder 80 ofr UKer 4O of sulphur and 40 of cast trot filings The main part of the rocket is a ease made by rolling stout paper coy ered on one side with paste arpund a itpllJyolIlIgen choked oj brought tightly to gelllicr wItb twine I1he paper case thus made Is placed In a copper mold so that a conical cop per spindle will pass up through the choke and the composition Is then I poured In and packed by blows of a mallet on a copper packing tooli wade fit over the spindle The top of these is then closed with a layer of moist plaster ofjwrls one inch In thick ness perforated with a small hole for- eth passage of the flame to the upper part or pot The pot is formed of an Other paper cylinder sUpPed over and pasted to the top of the case and surmounted by a paper cone filled with tow Wa Name Obliterated In some country districts in Ireland It Jsnot unusual to see the owners naosslmplyehnlked on carts and other vehicles in order to comply with gal regulations Unfortunately thl custom lends itself to the playing of pranks on the part of bhoys malt ously inclined who sometimes rub off the lettering and thereby gets the cart xnvner Into trouble with the police A case of this kind having occurred a constabulary sergeant accosted a coun tryman whose name bad been thus wiped out unknown to him Is this cart yours my good man At coorse Is was the reply do you see any thing the matter wid 1t7 I obsarve said the pompous policeman that your name is oblltneratftd Then r wrong quoth the countryman who had never come across the long dictionary word before for me names OReilly an I dont care who knows itlLiverpool Post Peellnff a Pearl The lapidary was skimiing a pearl according to the Philadelphia Record e Had on gloves of a very delicate sort of kid and the glasses that he wore had lenses t suchgreat magnify ing power that his eyes through them looked as big as sauceraIfelseoves he Midthe hands pe persplreftjelyln this work and per pplraiion has often been known to dis eolor pearls This stone was injured atllsowIf I find that the acid has filtered through and discolored the inner skin also I may remove that as well Acm pearl you see is composed of concentric layers or skins and you can If you are a clever workman peel itstdown and down until it disappears flJohiRobert Louis StqveiiBon and every inch a man onca telegraphed to EngIland Getting Tn trim for next sea tomaIhawles trIbesIfriendship New ennuiaf bals says a writer In the Rochester PostExpress Chalmers had learned at ho other two articles were so like to do this The knife and the toma hawk were popular for purposes of barter among people who would have had no use for copies of the Encyclo puxlla BrItannica or cuts from a fash Ion magazine The telegram was congruous only to the Ignoranta Insurance Asralnnt AccidentbThe usual odds laid by an accident company are 1000 to 4 that you doanot die trout an accident In a year Supposing that the whole population of the country were Insured against ac cldents in one office each person pay IK l4 and being guaranteed 1000 in wise of death by mishap the premiums would reach the figure of 140740608 and the sum to be paid for deaths ould amount to 14908000 leaving l after the deduction of a few millions for working expenses the yery respect able profit of 130000000 London T 0itBitsTold the Truth Excited Fisherman to country hotel keeper There isnt a bit of fishing about here Every brook has a sign warning people off What do you 11promiseHotel KeeperI didnt say anything about fine fishing It you rend my ad vertlsement carefully you will see that what I said was Fishing unapproach able 1 Cockney ItIlesWhy is a crane like a well known a shellfish Because Its an oyster a hoiteraItwasriddle In question is a charade and runs as follows j 1I11r ole Is rood With mutton chops The answer jot course Is sparrow grass which the learned Dr Parr ai ways Insisted on using In preference to c the poUter asparagus Notes and Queries Patient WAIters Mary what Ilio you sitting out on that damp porch1 ror Dont you know h Its oclock George ndl are looking for the new comet ma set 111t1lcomet Isnt due for sevenIJIlI11t W tI1teiln no hurry nt Cleveland Plain Dealer fJtffj TiM heart of a mkn Is iwver at luurd IMluLLaaaart1M 1 n THE EVV LEADER TTJw r 4w s GOING DOWN 1 1 tBy NJAMESiibpiirfght ASBiclaardl + ftf 1i H K+i Going YVI The nasal elevator boy hoed down of the Nas san j Walter tanestthe abruptly and slammed Going the Of course everything was going down from the stacks he had bought last week to the holpe of his heart The stocks might rise he held them long enough The hope pt his heart was ap parently dashed bond remedy Mar Ion Willis had effected the latter ca tastrophe In a few words cutting to the point of bitterriess They had been engaged three blisifully short months and now There were moving vans at the front door The information offered by his sister goInusual filled him with dreary dismay nayRldL X thELEATHEItand Marion bad played tennis arid golf together for two Reasons He had been tempted to propose to her on the iiay itself one moonlight night but Marion was nervous and would not permit his attention to straV from haudliilg tile tiny sailboat And then he had put off th Itesomehow that spqh a moment came but once into aj muns life and he dreaded to think of the day when thejj tender anticipations would be a thing of the past Now he almost w ettTfF bad let it end injpjpx4ae nirs for tliei reality jK hfnbeyond description Tfie cause of their trouble seemed striousWalters masculine viewpoint It Wits ridiculously trivisl The cousin of his roommate at lege was playing soubrette roles in Wlththe11arrlvnl a note from hericousln In New York begging hewing to be kind to tliq kid while she wis in town Fleming read tine letter tljrough sev l times and wobdered what in tlJl1 world dear old Torn meant by belnp ki nndToptar from the theater and he had vague Ideas that theatrical folk preferred ock to together ijils mother and sisters ould go to calli of course Anyway bed take Marion the first night Even busy soubrette ought to appreciate ItS opportunity of iiieetin such a rurelj charming girl as Marion So he SlUt the kid roses exactly like those notleeIter the performance chaperoned by Mrs Fleming at whicl tIne Ilitle actress wore a very plain black with a very long train antI carried Walters roses t The next day was set aside for n drive through tie parks followed by lu tincheonkid who mad ner seen the beautiful city of Detroit before waxed enthtjsl stic but MariOn remarked that she hud an engagement and would have to lmebusy woman told liersoit next morning t breakfast thjit an actress did not require a chnleton So the little soubrette who was really a hardworking ambitious lHtlltlllIillI was likewise engaged to a young stock broker In New york dhl Detroit in Walters cripciliy for live brilliant winter days They talked of their ra spectlve llancees and each decided that luckier mortals did not breathe And when Walter hal done his duty like a man even to seeing the little aetrexa on the midI tebt train fOr Mlniie n polls be sighed rt lcd and ug II IInexthim tmiTherehim and the ijirl Who was Uavlnp town today with bitterness In her heart yet thE i4 seemed no way t4 passing tInt barrier Going down 1 yelled the elevator boy Walter hut lu hand wade a dash for the corrl oziAs the elevator door sslammel shut bb found himself race to face with Mario She was pull plam ly tired from tie exertion Incldect to ttovlng but sht looked over his bead s if her supply of self control was un limited jGoing down Oh Charlie The elevator stopped with a jerk he voice c ftrom Mrs Maddens room She was a semllnviUId and a privileged character In the assauJ j Charlie flung open the door and Tossed the halll Mrs Madden held out n letter 1uAnd I wish youd stop at Mrs Tuc ners door and ask her to come up lbbmorning Yesm murmured Charlie bpt as stewildly The dpor of the elevator shaft stood open butt the elevator had dlsap pearedv He stqred at the quivering ca bIas It was going down fast In the meant me affairs in the clew a tor had taken i sudden turn Marlons face bad gone a shade whiter as the bdropb I o the basement She raised frlghteiied yes Cairtyon4 to Flemings face I might slnjply make It worse If I It itt wont strike tUlrdSlt t down ed bte tnitlv Irto th Icntu er seat then suddenly swtln and threw himself on the lever libei IttI was no response jo his effort The shot byVsJartled seconlandingoed down iheshaft Fleming faced pleSiingI Walter WaIter if weve got to il let Im glad Its together His arms were about her and ittfr taco was hidden hison shoulder wh the nI seconcFlemingthe center of a football team The dj IntoMarlonsShe byes mel She loves mel I whispered and kissed her colorless lips When the Janitor and a score of frightened servants reached thesc a14lemlngMiss Willis has fainted Let me take her out to the air pleaseaThat afternoon he dropped Into the office pf the Nassaus t who commenced profuse apologies Fleming cut him ShortnIiwnnt to speak to you about the elevator boy Charlie Yes yesof course responded tbeI superintendent Well dismiss him once wlll have a new boy on this evening Thats just what I dont hLuterruptediot But to belied liive blmneIter of dlscliillne Confound your discipline sal Fleming good naturedly Have tl iievator overhauled It needs it but jobthntfly as tenants am quite serious an trust youll see It this way When Walker left his office the su perintendent picked up front his desk something that glittered and Jingled merrily in his pocket against giocsi a TOins His eyes were opened as Flem ing had hoped but he never saw tiTreal reason tin the cards came out for the Fleming Willis wedding Then he bcouldNnpol oDder In a translation of two folk talc asbabout Napoleon one from French and the other the Russian George Ken nan says that Napoleonder is the Rus sinn emperarItt ed It Possibly the final syllable der has been added because to the ear e peasant Napoleon seems incur plete as VAlexan would sound to us without the der The point of view of the two nation alitles differs amazingly The French peasant regards Napoleon as a great leader and conqueror aided if not dl rectly sent by God to show forth the power and glory of France thoug4ttule und combative itdinlts that the conqueror was scnt to earth by God to ill ustrteJi itorsmriUJ Sjnd pity through the cruelty of superibes il eves that he was by a guiding ar The Russian arlvs that be was created by the devil and that God thfImade bun man by Inspiring him with compassion Is This the American Wife Je D1jIThe American vrifb knows nothing of 11ll1 husbands affairs except that they of not the slightest consequence his is both epigrammatic and exactly quiteIEvwn after years of marriage hne gone by she thinks of him with un affected friendliness He is so useful ize credits him with almost all tho virtues except perhaps the virtue of being interesting and she overlooks that one detect of his with charitable toleration She sees him come and go each day with clockllke regularity RJie vaguely Jvnows what hIs profes hoi or vocation Is She thinks better of him If It Is a profession or vocation that is generally regarded as quite creditable But this Is practically all she knowu or cares about It Aliislees Just n iliaC Maud How far do you live from ere Mr Ilangnrouud Mr Ilangnrouud Oh nearly tv iolmiles Maud tlnnocftiitly If you should start now what time would you onneNew et York News Theory and Practice A chemist cxpatlnlltiK on cjicmlcal lIscience observed that snow had bee inrround to possess n considerable degrisof heat A mum present lit tills remark ob served that truly vboinlxtry was a val 1iiinlile scluiKf lull 1ol1ld like totknow wluit iiriiilici ijf Kiioxvbnlls woUkl be milllriisit liolTa teakettle InIyou not Or inusl rIlit Ob tItm Mm blict IsjIll iniilf ll ti t bat it was bout time in upJnwr The suprrli tII1 frs pieres iotm1 Ittbelr nssoclah ir 2 Women as Well as Men Made Miserable by IAre Kidney Troublet Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis Muriges and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon cf1tldizappearwhenthe kid cneys are out of order rnut Wor diseased iT1tWLt Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon f for a afflicted withweakkiT j 1 neys If tlc child urln ales too often If the rine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able to the passage it Is yet afflicted with wetting depend upon it the 1Koof the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first 9epunpleasantI t m supposeWomen men are made mls erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSyvarapRoot is soon realized It Is sold y druggists in fifty fylFZ d01larIug of Swswpitnthe thousands of testimonial letters received 4frpmsufferer cured In writing Dr Kilmer vSCor Binghamton N Y be sure and TOftiHon thu paper I I rIj t Lost Reason After t LaGrippeS aDuhtIIII qtienlt dj Spasms Df Miles Nervine Cured eI rhem Both ot1sdispeedy and permanent cureb1feel it iis my duty to let you know tineyotir medicines have cured my little girl of mnCof spasms Sbecommencedhavingthem dhenottherltrouble was epileptic fits in1 mild form e did her no good either She was so erwous she could hardly walk As I had foundItpivlnp it to my child I cave her in all ten Bloodts anhem longeozbled r tr r plcUrdl i was Insane for three months from the ama ofJlaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner f itfank you very much for good mcdiines and kind advice I loon r think 11is wdaughtersmayeArkansas Mils HANNAH BARRETT Spnngdale Ark bottleIbooklAddressDrbidb Weeping atA Wedding lIChinese marriage is all ceremony talk no levity and much crying ta MOleintiltyf of a funeral prevails After the tuccbangu of presents the ride Is dressed with much care inn a red gown brocade or silk If she pet rt lien eyelashes are painted a deep latk and she wears a heavy red yell attached to a scarlet headdress frpm whch Imitation pearls are pendent over tile forehead A feast Is spread updul table to which the blushing lbrl4els led by five other best femaFe friends They are seated at the tablet but no one eats The utmost silence prevails wbcn finally the mother leads ofln a cry the maids follow and the bride echoes in the chorus Then all the bridesmaids leave the table and the disconsolate mother takes a sent t beside the chair of state where the brIde sits The bridegroom now with four of lilt best men enterii pick up the throne on which the brld letsits and preceded by the bridegroom form in procession and walk aroundj the room or Into an adjoining parlor signifying that be Is carryinglier away his u a thrOrrflce at the happy couple a custom we have borrowed from ticYtheathen Professional Pride Newspaper men from great editors down to rural correspondents are proidit their profession although not all sit as secure as John Black for mnjiy years the chief of the London Chronicle Black supported the Melbourne ad m ministration in Lilt paper yet he never ihemlnlstersOUj j to JIm You tire only In England whOfofgcts tlint am prime minister How so my lord Inquired Black SUJ1os n that he hud been Iumh r tently disrespectful Because replied Melbourne yen are tine only man know who asks a favor cf me have no favor to ask said Black qulietly have no favor to ask any on0 In the world You are prime min Istifr of Fnuliiml but am editor of the Morning Clironlcre and would notj haiiup placea with the proudest man In Knglnnd not even mj lord wlp you Pltcli Lake TrlnldaU an island In the south At Inntlc opliosltc the mouth of the Orl noco Is famous fur Its pitch There are districts where there Is pitch ev rywimtrc The bench Is pitch and nr the rooks some of which have cin carried oil to supply Paris nud Neiw York with till pavements At Ia Brpa pineapples grow to perfection lu a brown soil which la half pitch nut het wonder ot the Isle Is the pitch lake a Inillu and half In circumference Aa It lies glittering In the sun It looks e a vast bed of monstrous mush o ms all black and of ail kinds of shape and slze some measuring mjich ns fifty feet across The splice jbcjfwcen these unlovely objects Is Illltd wIth oily Wilier In parts of the lake thb pitch a quite liquid and the ground alll round Is full of pitch and coal y stuff to a depth of hundreds of feet Geisha1Geisha girl en tertainer of Japan is by no means to saysjmeans actor gel meaning a plby or entertainment of any sort idb sha meausi a person For limfance iha means physician and so on The wbjrd really means what actor does iiilreAlytrained to ejitcrtulu by dunclhg mosinging to the sbamlscn and koto the usual musical Instrumeqts for light en t n1nments1 and they also are trained t0 converse dgrecably on topics of the d yuGcJntn on the other hand wjhlle it really means thesame thiniai geisha has now come to be applied tb artists Inn higher senseoTie Merry Wax lUutklus I dont know that you cv Cry ometnnytWisbnCantI ther but rhave seen her many times Ity the vrayisaw her kissing a man on rrarb ckf OR lQthCl1cvenlngI Butldhs Sajv my wife kissing a Jadl Wha dp you meobiby such a story aa tbitl VlsmuJiJst what I say thats all Butkinfi You actually mean It Iflj nly knew ho the rascal was IdtyifiblnDout get excited It wnsI ouof conifse Supposed youd knowI tpatOf oncej Boston Transcript r What ReSold One of the witnesses In a case In at- IllDublin court was asked Did you alajor Sluddert a bbrser NosartfDld your jfathcr sell Major Studdc citi bonfe iNo sbf Did your grand ttatherSfselt him hQnltluNosor urWellthehfamily sell iIajor StBddert anything Yes sor Vbo did thenT ilr did Or Mei what did you sell Major taddertrr I sold him ft mare sor jche counsel sit down arid the courtI tM I Cncr itefnl Queen lieu Ret majeatySeervlce was apt tq be more plentifully supplied with kicks than hupencfc EvjerybnevWhq ever did anythingiihave been left with a bad edebt ti ji books So we flrid lin unfortunu ConJey writing to frTJnbertCec Luet- or thd hail two tt juijl Uwu rorIOO for beeves for rmy and complainlnjr that unless orcjer be taken shall be undone Sir Edvjard Hastyugs after spending his life In ivr lug the queen had to pawn his wii welt nud bip her majesty vto bestow tiumetblng upon me in this my latter rv So badly was tin that beat the armada provisions that Francis Drake had tusziJw ut Plymouth ninety of rice mul the unfortunate our utter teu yeara waiting wasrl fused payment rice being an extraor lnary virtual not allowed for navy Nor did w soldiers tare better The chief u y of all Eliza beths ministers ou her view te mQJ1eyIl MutcheslIn the olden tlm England lords and ladles sometimbu invented queer amusements They were always oil the lookout for some novelty and one of the strangest they discovered was fishing by a goose line with a baited hook attached haviti en fastened to the goose tied to its u she was flung iinto the water from the boat in which ere nil the gaylords and ladles Tfien when a pike caught the bait she was sport indeed a royal battle between bird and fish and all tu time between the loud splashing wheelings and flounderlngs the onlookers in the boat vent to their feelings In cheers- nndclapplnngs and handkerchief wav- Ing But the goose was usually the victor and ended the struggle by landing its prisoner on the shore where its quack quack us it cleared itself from the line and waddled away ended the scene The lake of Mpntcith In the southwest of Perthshire was often the scene ot such angling match s The Bible and Law A Certain well known iawyer whSse wife Is almost an Invalid is telling stor which illustru he often point ed If unconscious wit of the cliriy On one occasion it seems his wife was suffering Intensely from n nerv ous lundacbe and thinking pfrhajis his voice might soothe her to shvM asked him to rend1IId to her which be did as the colored maid Wlilt bath and fwth about Jin room setting things In order for Uic ctght Presently the maid quictlywlthdrtfw lo the kitchen below where the old cook Aunt Phyllis was makiiria o lock up and depart sltljduupi 4 nadln de Bible io I1ssr iiiii1l she sick ceTtttSSt 5itt llId Us dos yo know Jf Alex ait nsyl n Bible Hes lawyer NVw ork Herald Lived Up to Her Name Apropos of the eternal domesce tlon an Englishwoman relates thlIet perlenceUI engaged a maid nuiipd Pearl and as I slmj v couldnt rsk h Pearl to fill the coal tattle or to holy istone the doorstep said 1 would rather call you bYJIJme other utltP Have you a second ornl Yes re Ill the damsel brightly my second iituii is Opal So stUck to Pearl At cu time I nil but engatrfi a maid nai d Heruiionp but upon rklnj hi Have you a ck drees white cntis rnd a 41aIf wear a livery TFrexksThe following am 0 details of the freaks of the custom house are lob In t 111tlcllmn111 l1nl con veyinl gratis Theuiv t6 the Swiss frontier 15d was charged on It As bird The St Gothard railway cf flclals however viewed It as a dog a charged 7s while ou the Eastern Swiss railway it becanio a mere pack age liable to 8d TIn ugh Baden dud WurttjHulierg the was passed free but at Stuttgart again became a dog and cost anotu r lid An Ambidextrous Artist Conrad Cook son of E W Cook R A told me that he used to hold the paper while Lqmlseer drew one animalI with his right Land mid a different animal with htaleft writes J A Man son In Sir Edwin Landscer B A This species of dexterity comes from practice no doubt and akin to the adroit manipulation of the accorn t pllshed pianist but nevertheless ex trnordlnary and several eases pre reScorded lu which Sir lEdwin fairly as tounded the onlookers by such dlspfi of manual skill A Lon Wit An Autograph admirer om ii r nte to Lowell de scribing bit aut collection and concluding with mark I wouldMe vch obliged Tine reply came Ill g with 1t ales s Rwouldiclpleuti Pray do not say htr ttirMbligedo should bo obllBeJ oblige your truly JAMES RUt LOWELL Ko Cause Fo Jnrry Elderly Fiance I ltuy you are notIiImpressed by the slUr seutlinentnuists who hold that because fyouve marrlet nce you plight not to marry again Pretty Widsw Dont let that worry ou dear Ive no such prejudice My wn dear mother was married three i UDJes and J onlyr hinne that in nfl things mar follpw tsr example Chobcd SlIm Off KnaftTlnebonus has promlijed to girtnme n rise In my salary next weelII Newltt Soiry old man but I cant llent you anything Belief that there as good flsh lln kineconsolation te theu1uimwlose bat Is gone s Felicitous StI Barber Hows the z rs1r beingI u insure sir Customer I thought wAs being- audpaperetLLoudOu a v PIckileUp ii Changed From Her Former Stte She nptos pgnsivo as sha was beIfo C MU married her iNo shes expenslv now Indian 1O npolls News t riuiip2Jbowelssea1r auth the liverseCretes enough blIs to make the 1J eectite theIr natural tuncUomis fr31 agitation caqscd bycathartics toattain Intestinesn W r r 1iver CtqllUs the e and Fever and evU fetMalarial us 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