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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r F 1i I i ic I 11 K il vjtl wcti j t2i4 I j z a j I New Serie Vol IX s0 SpRINGFIJLD WASUINGTON OT4 TKI3UCKY 2 1902 UOOA TEAB cLi in t 4 I I 1UNDTAKERS r f p 10rrr IB itock all kin s of Funeral PHONE 63 OURiIFtECTORY SPRIGFiEED county seat f t WiahiegtLI COIL 32 miles south aat of i9fnT Iroin L6uijiVeiuKb i Ia41i42 ifuT ijiLiitka nd1ephO12e i ecxpressothCC flour iiil1 mber-i COthtyr A 4Rprsfltt3ve1fl Congrc51 HOn J a Smith 1JeI1Vf11e KyIra It butuCkLe1s- I laiure Itotf G A Dohouey ate lTon t B Purjear Campbell svillc KT Gjm I ItCIRCUIT COURT 1 tl r rbbegies thefourihc iajyaOcbc t c 4 pitte ngeL cieyOoCainp 01 Ir AMedley4 Mast i com1iss 4 1 OUARRLOU1 Quarterly cJin each monthvonday COUNT2 coui County coui31is t1furth Monday In eadiiriwtV BiLit Judge WFBooker cunty1Clerk zsMaye County Attorney I jcCat1eU Sailer Byc Croake Sheriff II Richard Isham Sidney Osborna RHMulliCafls Depute 1Fasters JaraeiF Moore County Brinferor 4PrrpT F CTEryan ieputYf I 8 KxtNoe Treasurer 4uJMentgomery Coroner taf4g CITY cO1T I vtfeSJt woe Police Judge frwi ToiejrapMar5hal iy4orneY M dJiifetiee Courts Are held January 3 prlljJuly aBaOctoter Chutciz Dr ctby I cbi4 a v+ftzi 4 lgiiPtlST fl URCH juigt4At petl t 0 re tiLt Pastor18cr 1q41 VJ atfl nm and730 School at Prayet at 73 Jt t i I1uqD1r uciWardrFastOr Services patlKiEi tandThlrdSuuday In each moutSifif a iiiand73fe p mi Sun 4ay WHS Sunday at 10 am rsjerp3cctUg cv ry WednedaY 4 SII Ld 2JTBoLICCHURCH Rev PP Henae ay Pator er lcis eTert Sundayiatii andrJO p c6ck rStRO311e h0ur31 nc rI PI feMir iWf o lI74 CHRISTIAN CHURdH SeIflFI tl6ya Pastpr Services t hinday 1n acli ti71 ipJI r pHtRCII Rtricklad pastor rihet Sunday iat 11 m aAt7 ppaI Suiiaar Vqhool every ny 10 srn Prayer moetin TiryjrJHfff4 y fT taj atT oclock ir4ternavordtf8M- olcL 1ocINo 50 aieetn second Mourtay i us fclrtTjh a9tditt 4jITmiMwisrioa R Q Chapjer ljpfc 57 Monday F i44itr t 2 rneet 01t cyeryjoirthIorV1Iy 4 very Srst W tesdar In each fllonth IBLEaaIm i 4 I 124 Ari41RsIsMJt j 1tt4Iyxi1t 3 iss liIivr 4T1 ei 14 j Lw liV1y jsl 2 ui1I iki1mwI I 7 t1 3 1o rvtej 48t 1iCa 41 clsasJ I44 Uirei jer I ij r- lhfP1L I bbIat Y hi L UI5iUS At I I IIROUND 4cr 4 1 iHf1Jt ie How wilt it ber when Spring cbmes- backagaln 1 V Golden with sun andaiusical with 7jIcaWbebraveT fillsHthTo know Love death content that I may share My sorrow with the eraywprlds patient pain Jf Ifay Ifor et O foolish heartland yaiii That some days alVoif sunsn jn everywhere rc Would clasp and kissthe earthto jeake itfalr 4 I JI How will it be when Spring cornea back again Lpvein my heart so Tnanyjmqptbai natbjain Liktrioinedeaa flower that tlfe frosthaih slain IaiuafratdP testsomedeUcioua day tp he niay stir asis the flowers When Mays white magic wiid jr8 v soul and ibrain How will it be when spring conies Thact lheodOdiajSarrn int SniartSet T v fNbEPENDENTrCapti W H L Slwgeney who has been Com 5onwealtS At rney for this the Eleventh Judiciardistrict for Kepas1f twetye years Baling Ee ele t a ec1 t1tnbythe iDemocratic party in a published stateraen deflueshisvposition in regard to the doming contest for that office Cat iBweeney it jfril be nehibe red committed according the politicians stan djard the unpardonable sin at the last state election of refusing to support the Go6bel ticlteu As a onsequencd there has been a good dealI tit speculation since it CaptHSweeney wouldojea candidate to succeedjhimself as just where he is at politically In his card pap Sweeney states his posi tionaarfollows Not fishing to Heceive any of my friends in this judicial district and that they may be able tdunderstand ncy exact position in relation to tli next race for Commonwealths Attorney of bisUicia1 district Iwill not be a candida before any Pembcratic primary brj cony en tiori which may be called to Dominate o candidate for that Tpositionr I wiRbe anjindepen lut candidate fprfeelection to the position I now occupy and if the Republicans see proper to give ine their indor6em n I Will except theyihdbrsement with pVeasvire a 4 Q CAltcjE As had been pre 9 dieted hunters have found since the hunting season ihas opened birds to be even scaiccef than vrasat first indicated and some of the most successful and enthusiastic local sportstaen have after the first few days rtria iven it upthat TaGe bit2sea sphris a atlurefhlsyeiar nd that oukthe lew scattering coveys in this locality is not paid by the results Various causes are held responsible for the absence of the usual number of quail this season the principle one being the heavy sleet and severe weather of last winter which it is argued killed out many of the nld birds It is a pity that the real sportsmen of the state can not succeed in inducing thlegis lature to pass some kind of game law to more effectually protect the quail which s now about the only game bird left in Ken tucky and which is under the jprtenl conditions rapidly be coming exterminated NCONSISTENT The ofjury ina cpprt of Justice is often a source of surprise and comment from putsidera who cannot see the consistency of things In our Circuit Courfc last week there came up twb damage suits against the L railroad lh the first case th widow of a Colored man who was killed by a train a few months ago sued the company for 20000 I ages Jor the loss of her huif The other ease was that t f a farmerseeking to recpvej from the railroad company dam a 6 3 for the loss of a cow recently I rua over and killed by one of J thcompnys trains In thfej first ciuw tbii jury gave 1 ver r diet of 11000 tor thenjidow fo fcompeiwate her for theloMof J her lord and mastgrwhile inlthe I other case theiarnfer was aliftw r ej 195 for his COW hary1 headed old colored 6roTheLc arkon being told the rsltof the two trials NiggersT I reckon is wuth bout what idey wasbefoj de r bu Jpe rsJlHte cows is gone tip rt1 t tiQANIZION Mkny 0 the i n Asf tobaccol growers of nigh bc ring counties are furming or ganizations for the arinoticecl purpose of protection agnst trusts combines monopolieir- nlorgauit1osretoiormwflat is known as the Burley District Organization The farmers of Washington haye neyer agi kited the question pf for gijlng themselves into such a combine ahcl unless a very d fferent slate of affairs arises they are note like ly to take any steps in that dl Vectijm There iias beenJnow and then from various quarters aiue ahdcry against the socallc je lniquitiespf the tobacco trus jjji iJbbing theO3r farmer and committing other crimes but so fafa we can learn the Wash ington county larmer takes small stock in any such alarmaj The tobacco trust has bad a head quarters in this town for twp seasons now and last year by far the majdrity of the tofeacco grown4 in this cOunty was sold to ife agent and deliyeijed to its ware house here That the farmers were satisfied with prices receiv ed is evidenced by the fact that that they continuQ te sell to Jhe trust and to take trust prices when they still havethe same privilege they have always en joyed that of shipping to Louis villa rand taking chances ph the prices on the breakes Unless the trust gets te behaving wor se t nvards the farmer than tfT has bo fa in Miisc tui tlie tobacco men hereabouts ill not b6 frightened at the evil reports of the combine blsastrout Hajc ku Carelessness is responsible for many railway wreck and the 3iiiiiM causes are waking uman Mcrrtc ts of throat and lung tr ub ei But since the discovery of Dr Kings New Discovery Xor cousumptlon Coughs und Codb sven the worst case can be cured and hopeless resujoation 12 ncJ longer neiiessry sirs Lois Crajrg of Dorchester Mass is one of many wb saIife was saved by Dr Kines New Dis coverv This uranu remedy iis guaranteed for all ibroat and long diseases bC J Haydon Druggist Price 25e 5Oand lCO Trial bottle ftee tTh rnqvcththrive it brings andquickly a healthy condition of body wHere ifrprms can not exist Price 25 cents t C J Havdons cured of Piles after 60 yean Mr 0 Haney of Gnea Ohl Thad the ipiles for yearn Doctor and doilera eoud tlu him no lasting good DeWltti Witch Hazel Salve curt him permanently Invaluable fo cuts liurnv brumes 8prain eczema accratiouv tetter salt rheum aud Other kin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on Uic packager AU others arc cheap Voilhlei concerns O J Haydon Ijynchcdv A special fr in EliJiabethtown dated Suriddv morning Cells nf the lynching of anegfp murderer as fullowis Hurlari BucklaK who was yesterday sentencecCm life imprisontiriunttfpr thetntifder pf Robert L Reid was harigeaiby a mob about 2 oclock this morning The mob consisted of from fifty to seniemeniof 4IfromLarue county 0 acunt oft thef nUmber tthd9itle d3ficultv in gettin Buc1tcles f om thXjail tV1 w staken toth co yad14fjg wh449l di4I1 SalcsrneH Wantid i Tolookafter uriiboroits i- nrtWashington nd adacentcun coiiion3clret CloyelaBdDhlp xL 13sis Ti faiUws tUs ji- NsTi B5 band Deal Last Monday Afeisrs Kue Curry closed a deal between Messfs Jam Redford dnd J Qi Bonta rand Bros amounting in the aggregate th648OQ B thes transaction Mr Bedford selk to Bonta Bros hisrShawnee Springs farm bf 582 acres for 19470 taking in exchange their farm of 168 acres at SlSjSSt Exchange 1ade and p4 ession grVefi January 1st next TheShaVnee priDgs vpropei wr wasforme1Qw1d by od C George Thpmpspiuv and afc tbw time had ajparky thrpugh whic roamediAi largejherd of huffajo pnet of elk ant a drove ofyJ50or mpr der In itiecentgpof this large ptrk wasa berplDd feet ik diameter j encfclpsiiiby circle gf split logs set six feet the ground and reachjng top 9 feet igh with th bark su1e 9it hprd blabca4 144keptfCblTijpinpsbn took greaVpriS in his parkland wiid ahimals and when Tttvzng distinguLsiled guesW vlsitiag his jnansioh wbu1dhiwe bu nf table athlpf verifsoh ana aro slof bear ulfala Dr elk hiefttf After his tlathhTjrbrtytug li WiUiqm VapbeV who ftbn her tius ajid and hUalrBnlLvedthereifcfrsome years It ft rwardff becae the propertyof thlateiHdnaD JcT Curry and wasusuccessfujl cultivatedi byMr D N RuetasT hieparlner and mazittge It whs oiil r centlpuhascdbyJ n Relfordt Jtis one pfc thericqst and besbwatered tfarms in 3er cer4hdwhatevQc the price pel acre that Bqnta dBros paiithby haVfl e uredkOt splendid fdroi andi gr6at bargain Me edfordi gQtSilhe r C Coleman fctizn which issepartfj comiShaiv bCoIltCbiti4Ldonatusfarin Pemocrat fcv t 1tiy k1Jgate 4t i t1-verbqnlight at Eijzabptn An- oldman Ltere by the nane of W G Roberts as long 4 d ered with ipcqrible cttoc r EvjirjV bo3 y belle vedtj is caVe hopeless until he used EieCtrjc BftieVs andaiedgtiklert Arni a Slve Tbe ffeatenlcured him compiet lvllo4 bddy whiP knows j it4sIoVftkatlrg Electee Biters Iejfept R mighly pbwfer triexp4flhioUsr Deis Kidpe and itspnwerfu1 ojllc oyjun 4uwn systems ii Onlv50 lcnt SatisfacUpn guarnedbOJtJavdqp IAnx1ou MuintC tSOnIC Ot the iuot anxpus m me t ofanaohecVUfchire tnoTC vfhen tile HtUeoacsof the HoUsehold aothiIcroup JThcrc is no tber effcctivjc a Jhi terrlJbljy mahtdv FoleyHouey and Tar jt i hause hold favorite for threat ani lupg troubles and asit contains hotopiajea and other poisons sit e ri lie Ax felly gfvoq SoJ4 by Wpod 4 Campbell IHerbiq breath brightens the eyes and cltiirs the i effects 3afevcr- ural blorom 6f health Price ct SoJd by 0 r ladoii IJ VFarmeyr ShotI- rhieleisTin element of Rangier inneCrljaii fortisotspV ku1 untilsonie utb shall bo put 6n the amftteu hurte vhotjoes OutMtakill the bwists 5f tfip fiea and forest aho manrfgVs t nlke fpr lIeUqji- map therJll neVrbc lifflcni3 incidirgrr U rk u greatest IHihiji the tarea coy jfeS Jbrme faffggdf tllfl aiftj teurs i Ule tlife iis uncertain js Mft JohnKuTtahvill iCstifMj bton1 12 of hisiiLpring4 j at home Ic livi the M L- LRir j andj seldomcomes iiihlst i farnUy AsIwrt ters shOt 6qme oliis atp kaiitfl ft iew days agowhile a6 wpYlt itt his placehbrw11s shot jn the1 fa ithP3t- ractetbeshot Hebwwai everybody witli ta trudfokeY off prbift pnbitjnhi him Harrpd burg tier aid f t NoflCz4sbtMI The41ose1 iccac- cQrdinrtolawlda1l I hMttiIndothertrespaser Are ta 1isti i- BbTHEK A1TIuN Manager Accigcnfally Shoii Eugh Millerr1Burgin bo was accidentally shot thothen hutingblt tcoi the buggyto Open fcgate 1jjugi muzzles pointing back After driving through the gate the by in the buggy m some way slruck tIN hammp with his foot iujidJired qne jiarrel of the gun sending tpc 3har ethrQugh the bick of the buggy and ieyi shot itjto Millers body HisT wounds ate iiot considered vseriousi flarrudsbbrg Democrati i is 2 Many peopleare UflerinVfearulU4 rjom indigestion pr 4yspcp im wlen To3fdbriugttfrei A few dolwill do snore jfc htfeafc utomach than prolonged course of any other meA i Jejj Rr ce Scentsattt There iiobUghmodlcInIop rJis It contains no opiates or poion 1r p never fails o cure Soldby W 4 Campbellf45IFc4 j- CoIJler f Gen R D Collier of Lancts tr 4sthIytidfOiInsioi1 to Gua amala Other candidates fPrthepSsiCioWgfoJiNfajor Wopd of Mt Sterling Judge T Z Nor row of Somerset and Qapte Aip C1jdOfl itjs sdthtCollier will certainly landL tibe place having recijv d indors ments from bth Yerlces and Bi4lley factions of the Rapubl can party in tSJaieJ 3 Hg is the Uorily anQbuhced candidate so farr tbgDemoCrjicjaominatfoirj- fof glcrk pf theV shJntn Circuit Court Ofur ff Acquitted Ii 4 Th examiViibg trial of Bruner VLlitosv u N lsonville IOn charge of killing RoborttRIdlv- Grepnwethfthesarne place was heldan nhe bunty Qflqrtv tod ar1tbolden4envdiharg5c3 the ground of sal j4 fense i The 1Iing o cuat1lson vtIelas seteqlSUrI down Qie cpo gfa name of ball vThe origin jof iU jthe troublo is not known 1 seems that Grconwell jia been drinking andf had coLlared the do loose iilul hjtvpjitep i tItfetice stiake about three feet long andtlrr rncheRItlJameter and had1 broken off apiece and assaadin vihrin tifs hptjI wleh Gro1 o ILd trel sepure iftpl bu hd failed Eushx 5upon hitn with tib- Lcnifo fltM ittatin tba1cioklot 4is hearts bJodd1 whereupon yithr- ccqdefOwr4sJn fence Y4tt c erwek r ve flOttUfljaltltlIo t wiint to buijiy6uf6ftt being nar ya jihlifttetnj not nof breftiiht the sf ins Tho blt3wah fahl and GreenelJ cliqho nbt tnprning bput4 dc9p i5 Ttlcteid obort rRkUey- Oroenwelt as asnufthe Iat xrllieraijdi b6Ttfithe repmatjpn pif being adangerous inantwhUe u tier thetinflueiTceo atrOQg riqW He was about thirtyfive years o PSll J9 LZzt J Vi v t rpner jt1tv rfc i ijiojgpfMyi- NejssnIIe od is Qnty o jearolcq4 b4ke ffepvita dtpacfcitiz- ond3ar4tpwuStnjdar law abdin Thrcihoike try1ng t saiiade aiUbTherat12atL sufaifitnlej e1qt for Prry Pay Jr ainVilliy Jzagw hovitxelieye9 qtrout 1fcfch1ldhOd fc5- 1id legs a4Wi1utliy goob FAipiCIIIeI i ierHfi tof Kfet dlfEircnceiaad oiU for racr JiutojPicqer Davis t i W3sMd in lartstiwi Reir l eii M ck WMr was a N ted Gmisniltli Vj rho gun with 3whicV Drives kTheaijceIv in that celebrated duel Ws matiufacfure4 in Bards town by a celebrated guhsmlth RefTb n Mock writes a cbrespon dept It was made forif I remem Rives when he lived in Frank fortS He was Jong connected with journalism jin WaBhiqgtaa city Mtr RiveSyCrriedttal gun on his shower JrpmFranl forjLjijO theA Natjpnal C pitiit making the greatej ariol f his journeyon fo9t Vhqn Cillo- yeeied to filhitt rifles Graves Jfvwasbeslileiaidnot cO sor himself a crack shot and iheT6nly un be could lrUsexwasln ldJashi6D ed doabletrtgger4Keniucry rfle 0 Ah8i4UIJ cim off the tnQY cld1eucb 4nPe iIIsuck rjifleiin ngjon atboop4foresajdJut the malpsprjngfois broken anid Jjonlyguqsruth n pit- ybqifiatittenhad an ti istage for jBaltUnpfe A 4nesjen gjir was disoatched in hoc haSte ugpinibckad 1otiie jninspbing spu in isrqre day jn the moiiipg Uid ViII rthat gun tbe duel was fought and by it tAiley was3Jr Icilled f For the a bo ye aiinC1 a- mld bed t4H ti Pr cte Knot and inih s connecttotf he tpd uVof aivery HnQshotT which pe made wjth ffatffiatoefgu m Mr Rives 7a5 very fond 6J trtaf et shootingard as ab Ihe- with qbiIea nnmbei gf othrs fond gfucb sporcyof repairing totbe dyer sideja sgrne eclid od spot tnere to sBend tIp day fibinr iargetshoqtin q Qpone perhap thr 4thfuasce ortwo had auyif7Jmet at tbelr fayorite resort abd k gIt among them Hon James BecI who told the crovd tjiat the ffn estiifie hbt1ntbe United E3tae wtis J Procter KnottJ Whep Pfoctef arrivfe Ve fouifd he hjii a very unenVlabTerrepaTation at stake anMchifhadtb1a n taint It waaia pieceof r Jgue on Becks partS Itdid no good Itii Euott to4en or prptest Tbbt wagpDlyJthejfeiEoedjmoges ty of theq miss hoicould ot play dusa piand csci slfaatf jshe might tttkeD thrf compar yby i a iore shia id pay jPhBriais no B o qme uch jfajuejpverjs ppme load up and lotus see Vhis Kn itpCtV crack sbottrybIs hand of ox poinghrnse1t and sotia trld- o get cut of bysaIng 4 acar nerigercdI Floihtfuse nothing hilt an old fashlunedraouble trig4re- dKeuLucky rifle and he siocfr If irHcTpeaJtfierett Wer nOne this sic13oftd KthtucI iIl1I rne WitbUtufh on ljia iJeeilaM spsaye him self and Kt5 ritthibTi too i whin BecKlsaia i0d hostev- ygUn you want Xndure en ughtnVe asfi6 sttme oj4 Kentucky Mpck ibade rlfliB No dodgiogno excuse no backing out now vWPlU lpad tier up and I will lejt you see what lean dosaId KnoLt fojio know tue bullet must4 strike omebere- cl mIglitLtitbo nakj5W tffft TUijfT iTheie s the targejfe tpiwy ym bs and the hampion pf J eutubjcyj ofAmffrJca iSJbrliRin haf 2 4ffiiye lisrdAyirkH ik Yli f feftirtilt WW7 MVfeffti fIf ajeyt raykawM rnYeai iIqo W n I1 that rlcb dak toIOryOUr hrug1 tO1iaveI1 ltgray ilow ho mitt for Ayrs Hair aVigorv a1ays re storeo1or totgrayhalr SomtAieI ntakesTht 1hIr rowery heavy aid Iorsg idcits1opfaI1IriI s i eic ih that famous oldrjfie to his shoul deri It sin ira gradually to tbe horrzonzirdon b ft ftashJ v fromth1rnnreDidnt Hell you sp gefctfemeo and with ap air which wd I- cIn i dd that every time he ay Up the gun But ypu cantdo that frOth allagalhr IsiteV Gentlemen when votf beat that I will show yu But he was very careful not to re peat the experiment Tnab was gldry enough for one day Stan d id Iutciig cure rtI nly harmless cotih curthat eives uicKreii Cures Cough ciold crobpt bronchitis whodping cougnl pneamouTav asthma Xagnppq and all hroatj Chest aud Lung trou6 leg Ipot soaked bjrrrinsays Kjy trude EFcnuer iluncleind and con rapidIylost48i mended One Minute Cotigh cure The first bottle brought relief SeAeral curedrae Jsam back to my old jyeJgBt ilS pundSi One Mitintc Cough Cjare cnfii the pniegip reileTes the jponght dctyf8 out inflamation aud tcarecjcrOHp An ideal remedy for childreiz C S Hayden it 1ake Lip 0 my pface near Fenwlck a black sow weighing abAt4O pouhds Oivzier can get sanie y prving prt periy and paying for this advertisement and feed ijpi r j sWT ADAMS PenwickKy bat Ndllce T Taxpayers WtsHhigaflCouisty jYow TAXM for 1902 af Dofc i patty oSS onpeceniber 1st 1902 and ifsypur taxeJi arOi not Paid before that tIMe your prop erty wilT be sub efct to levy and sale vSee Section Np4i48 Ky Statutes tam cpmjjeliedjto settle 10 iulfon JDecfimbef 1st 1902 with the state and on Jan uirt lsfy903 with the cdunjjy IjimrnoV able Jo advance she money xtO Jpay your taxesi if ypVforciEr me tij advertise and CaUtn yourselves ardnofr me I htiVeli du fafr w a ntnt f I mean busiBe S f BYRON dKOAKE Sheriffof WasbingthtrCousty- a Al ro ithePalcdi s t i ThcoIecraphoaters have been having a bard time during she iis week Several nights ago sight poUce Wit YowIl raided a crap game on Rat Row HO landed on GeOrge Nla well in the actt of climbing put ati a window The others escape- dfutudevopemeitstfuf place IrobjWcBrdwn Bd Jim Wright ontherock pifetor 55 daVs Be p Cthi 1rial gturdaysomi cue wrote a threatening note tp Max wer iwariiirighinf of the danger l Rch hwjrj i place hiki bptlhadnoson made anpher raid Sunday and tthe trial Monday Toots kAtee and Bernar4 BTckitt ser2cb given 45 days on the rock pile AH are at work Just afterleavngSt Marjs Tped thotitig andthC south apn local tram had gained a speedbl twenty mHe an hoir Mr J P intrv biakemn cn distrain sartiitd go pack over tfieirain to the caboose Jn clmqtn 4rpm Ihe engine tOj a box car the handhold broke arjd IO fellto the roncxl by the sides ottihe trck Thecr sw 1alln4sbft ti4n and went b k for him flo- aAr tobsIdsti- ou by Dr McChoid showed o hkeMryfifrtve1 IiLe4 ulgl ag- dl44 cmntryt iayL to- thplr IfpmeItilbacm Jtuctio- p1h1lnh vkt hon e frob hobl fonaiy t lLtt- 1eicdt 2gle of Mr JeeT- hftfi l tied IIjiK Sb udertDV4In- ori66 to run acfosa tha street ia frbit 04 te tt3at4iM ejrapidly dilvilOWhhS street Q sr1peliud fell and tbs whsa4f ljjadnip5 oYrJEr drew f Other th 1 syers tli R jNevsitrptfc4ax a e ejk k cold Uthexed bht iiMUinly ok- ailir OCChOI- dsyniiL t gt ai tsh- rQarz yio- u3j5 daqastt t RWI1I r fifi MIiPiNXHEKfS NO SUBSTITUTE I broDsVstttiY Oui little city iis situated in one of the nnejstanl best farming djsiricjs in Marion county in a lovely valley surrounded bygi gantic 6npbs which form a beau tiful and picturesque Scene It is at the Junction of theNdrth and south forks which form thev grand1 old Rolling Fork so deser ylngly noted for its cleahvand limpid waters Its people are cultured enlightened and energetic r 1py As warm hearted r and generous to a fault God never made nobler men and women than cap be found here iti this earthly Eden of pun In a few short years Bradford yule has grown from a littl yil lage 6f a half dezen houses to a town with il3 large flonrisning flour ng njill three beautiful churches a nice new graded schoollbuilding with 150tp 200 pupils good dry goods and gro cery stores elej antbank build ing ra spacious operahouse waterworks electric lights and telephone But with all these improvements there is not one whiskey saloon m tha place and not one drop of tke poisovbus drug la allowed to be soldimjthe diSKict and this Gpdsepd s ay be thd cause pf this toyens jpid improvement Bradfordsyifiev WPuld be alJ right now itt she hadarailrjad second toladtown her size an the Ute The meeting closed SuBday night at Mount Chapel wifhfive addittpns to the church Rev John Brenfer ilea holding a meeting at PleVsant Yalley Mr Welter Purdy is visitinc here froth Lebanon JnctioHu Rev Bell and wife leftl her M Udayfprthier home inl ew York Miss Maud Newbol after a serious illness of several ireeks resumed her place jionr g aded5v school Monday mprnini 10s Ths Vfe oQtr One Hundred Dollars Reward foiaiiy case of Cfcturh that ofWR tbe cnj ed by Halls Catwrli ie PJENfY OPrupe Toledo Oatirli We te undersIgned kayo Jcaowi J Cheney for the lt ISyeanr eeL lbe hove him perfectly iaoaor abl in all kiss Inesa transactlQB mi laMriaUjrJtbt to carry out any obllftl iiitt bjr iheiriann WEST kOlirOAX WkoUwltJ Dr fffl3t Toledo O WALDRIO KiXtAN MzvxirWbI L sale Druglsti Te4do1O Halls Catarrh Cars ip tiaiitiiniilj T acting directly upon UM jtiftU 4f4H iii coua rorftce of tksy vjhrlef Thc per bottle1 Testlsionlala et ss- byft Druggltz Balls Family McItIi H Dulf of Aafcley Illwritot This is to certify that I kate taken irabottlepf rolysXl tjr Cure ax4 ithashelped ins mss tisoai o4hSt medicine I tried aiymedkinea mt noa at any relief My dragfi rqpcdcdFoleysKidHey Cun a k cisied- e BiIos eLouckatha ethatl ceild 1y no wke once down o1i bfW CamibelI Wa1torIdeavs sieDr 0 II WDs e C sgsMaup54rq1tkFiraIpi tl church of WI4Igtoa I lnd a fw wiomt14oac aiid psr cliawi the Harrdbrt D cratWoM G U Lwis bee i po fd oi tbe pUat food wssQw P wl idhorLS t LexittOB Desecrat y ho i chiurfe jMt rtf T ncrai ooVjw Icrewn irba teUi Wa1ta wittike iib itaMir YiS5lly but Jor the priawl IM Will boetinue ib pubite km of the paper t 4dcoi tRIiSi ti40 sore v sal 7 Wood Camp rz TUUSk DIR rtOUaUD XVXKY TEUMDAY i IAYEArINADVANOE41 rrSPftflGIiELDKY q E LIAV1SQN1Jr1 f r D170iXDU3LISXIR Locator bpisa mptlces 10 ceafe p Ii kIUb5eqBSBt1fl3ej1OE- 5f Calls caadMates and political matter j 1 perUue i Job work dose at low rates but cash Mustbe paid 6fidellTerjr of goods Ad erUsJBg contracts ide pn liberal jrne bttiiarki and resolutions of respect 3 sii HBrlI I LrNoUNlz- 3axc CEy Magistrate i 950- a nty O cen 500 tatrlrtbMees7m lrX 1 f TKURSDAYHOVEMBER 20 1902 fg i J 4trciIt G1rk rtW1aq authorized to announce the Baedf i f ar5BOSLEY i r y a aIcawkldtforibo office of jOlerK ijjtf f tie Waalnfton Circuit Court 4 i ifect to the action of the1 Demo i7 rratloparty The trustees of the new Qdm 7ixoaschOoidistrict have after r consulting with and getting the viewsof a number ofcitizen and taxpayers ofthe district decided J to at once take steps towards furthering the plans towards i establishing the graded School Sthe tax for the maintainance of lich has ulreadybeen voted A P iLion is being prepared for publication calling an electidn for the purpose of voting on the i i question of a bond issue the aproceeds from the aIeofthe J rStobe used in proyidyig a snitable building for the school X i In the opinion of all who have f given the thfrquestion consider Jt ationwhich includes several citi iif 1 2etiS f who opposed4 the voting of p Hhe school tax the issuing 1 nds Is nowthe best thing that A can be done By providing fund fl fir the school building from ifbe c A5i ri i sale of bonds the annual tax for r pchool purposes can be kept at a lowtigure whereat without the boud proceeds iit would become necessary to creator the fundfor th building from the annual tijt and thus keep the tax rate up to tlit limit at least for several voyeurs c meI other wds v the aretwo ways of raising toe amount necessary to provide school building one is ro tax Ijh people of the district the full itnit5U crtsen the onehun I andapHplyl A rnnning expenses to create a buUding lund whilel the 0 her way iis to issue bonds lor theor c ifi a aounfcne6ded for the buildint t rat1cLRE bvide for paying the inter Y lfdn tof the taiUtbe first yjio1I 7rra plHn is JIladenecrss IY by reason r of the bond ssoeJ1otarryingi itW r w i3 UiiVsiry to lIevy4he ful I liuKcor tixfor a number ol years intnderto create iiia build 1 ing lund Nvhileon the other hand it the bonds ajte yoljjd the tax rate may be fixed at the low- T fVfist possible figurer oulyjusi enough to cover the actual run j Jiingexpenses pf the 611OMand J 3i 4 t j y tOOiiihtiorestottthe bbqds- Iat the reeeut vole im the i school question there were a 0 rt ii nil or6f good Citizens opposed r i tYft to the additional tax on tthepeo t r Sple butsorge of tiiese who have r considcrjed tile bond issue propo- vi iVo i hCvEll pady declaredJn iJ fjivtr of itMHSbeihj the very testt e athmg trugq EJdo under the ciPr o cumstinc B The electiftri will iji berciijled for early in D cembti4 3ii anithebond Isiue should carry 0 iwithout trouble and wei believe f propositionV1 isi t oroughly understood r 1 J The Good Roads Convention rt tbnc a Lexington Tuesday 4c tit 2t o 4 tlg tes reoresont- inf 1 thiryJ counties in tthndauc J ri t Addresses jire being made by yatiousdistlnguisheCl guess L g from Jarge chieso nol 1 tomake l Lr tcfroaa In the couAtry If i4 some of the delegat frefiian b v eiiirjji enough t0 teUhowt4 make f f h V ds itffutIlbney Wash k1r5 ingtozounty would lke to hear iIfrom Soebc tl i d y cided to let the contract fo the monument within a short timfe lisl ofiliacomi D1 Dr Ellis DUDcanom i1V Ui the man who attempted to mur PittsIburgj l the court refusing to grant Thtim bail until his victims cpnd tion is more improved 0 M Wiseman Son Lead ingJewelers ef Lopisville have just gotten out a new catalogue- embracing everything in th Jewelry line If ypu want a handsome article suitable for a- Christmaspresenttthost eason writeforscataloguef8 ptf I TaaksI tig Diner Heavy eating Is usually the first caraseotJndJgestlon Repeated attack weaken the mucous membrane lining the Btpmach exposes the ncr yea of the stomach producinffa swell jug after eatlnp hearbura headache sour risings and Anally catarrh of the stomhch Kodol relieves the IB tarnation and protects the nerves and ures tne catarrh Kodol cures indi gestion dyspepsia stomach troubles by eleanBing atd sweetening the glands of the stomach IC JHajdon w J How te Read History Perhaps the best way to rend history Is to take up the life of some greatJlg ure that nttracts our Imagination and be drawn by that Into the study of the general stage ppon which he was only a single actoc Certamly It 1a not a f ood pIantarbEin wtth those elabo rate Documentary histories In which you cannot see the wood for the trees It is betfer to be wrong In a few of yourfncta or even contracta bias from tome partisan historian than to Jose yourself In a morass tof documents IaYSSucceu The best histories are the Vlvldest If they occasionally lead you astray you can always correct them by the moreS sober colored chronicle Macau lay may Lave been prejudiced and so may Erpude and si u dqubtedly was CArlyle so again was Glbtxsnr yst n6ae the less these ire the great kls tdrfans the historians who set you up on the peaks of time nnfl enable you to see history asit lies beneath la wide VIew and brt d masses I Texas Veracuiar1 Speaking of Texas said a young lawyer who once Mred In the Lori Star State to the New Orleans Times Democrat reminds me of a peculiar conversation r heard 1na grocery store a tel yearsagq la one of the smaller places of the state and the story will amply illustrate the Utiarltlcs of the vernacular in certain more remote parts of Texas I nat pened to be In the grotcry storein question when a little girl came ifib buy souse eggvand the tollo1ngOn versation was earrjed en between the Al9you1 aint salrt lalat the storekeeper Re plied whereupOB the little airl replied utter this fashion 1 aint ask you Is you aint yrv task you la you you Aint yo r hats the way they talk some sections ef the stats The little lissle who used the expression made herself clear and she got the eg- gsPshaat I rlfAmong NIP Persians the usual mode of punlshftif nt Is the bastinado from which men tf the klgnest rank are not exempt I Is Inflicted with very great severity frequently as to render Jhe sufferer iilnittst a crlpplr fer Ute The victim Is thrstvn upon his faTceaud each footIs passed tkrongli a loopof strong con attached to a pole which II raised horltonthilj by men who twisting It rouud tighten tbe roped sad render the feet Immovable Two xccntioner thin sblke the sole alternately with switches of the poaiegrahat tree well steeped In water te render them sup pIe A store of tkM switches ta gen erally ready for use In the pond which adjoins the courtyards bf the houses of the great The punishment trtqueatly math for an hour or until tu unfortu nate victim taint from pain Pziee of Lad I MiQrvy when president of France on one occasion extricated himself from a predicament with wonderful pre cnce of mlaL lie was betas conducted around the salon by an eminent artist when he saw a palaUog which dis nleasadi him What a daubt he ax ptcrorel Jt Is my own work Ahr said the president 1ItI out any sign of embar raiment at hit awkward militate In burcountryi tin we particularly wish to purchase tklag we always begin by running It down And true to his part he purclixsed tho offending point lug there and then SCOTTSEMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the of enjoymentmen womenand children To the men Scotts Emul sion rives the flesh and strength so necessary Irthecure of consumption and th repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For wonien Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is nditQnIcJorthespeclciI women have to bear rf To children Scotts Emul strengthforand bloodl For pale girls sic1cryborsoftsEm cr j frIejOtMMIN4OO Yarfc Qio Irr I 6untyI I Haa1ItcAaii tJI CityPpis i ll P a Rprtd ky r Carrespdsts tII bFaIE4t- V 1 it Jep Cox has erected a new- houseon his farm and will move iitf this wetlr Mrs Ann Thomas died Friday evening at live ocipclr iirteiv mentat St Rose Sundayinom ing at J10 oclock Miss Lola Wall entertained at a isociil Saturday night Tiiere wsa large crowd present and alt report an enjoyable time Mr I M Lynch and family visited in Manon coupty Sunday A number of our young people attended a soc fJat thetj Dmeoi Mr Owen Wofdrd ofiple Hilll Monday night u tA large crowd was at the auc tibn Saturday evening Et will bo allday next Saturday Walter Wells of Willisburg spent Sunday Aith Mr Ales Yates family W O Ellia is delivering fruit trees this week t 1 Mrs Nate Weekly iis on th sick list Mathew Traax and family vise ted In Spencer county last week V Ernest Beam son of Hynes Beam was serioukly shot in the face and breast last Saturday near Woodlawn by Tom Crosby another colored boy Crosby claims it was accidental through some do not believe it Beams wound was dressed by Dr J N Shehan and he iis somewhat 1m proved Dee mind Mansfield Crow visi ted their father near Botland llast Sunday Tobacco stripping 1a going on this week Turkeyware selling at 1 and8 eta per Ib- There were three car loads of stock shipped from Booker last week Huner Bush went to the city with a crop of tobacco llast week Dr J N Shehan was in Lou isville last week on professional businessThere was a social at Mr Jesse Manns last Friday night and one at Mr I M Lynchu Satur day night both were wen attended Mr E O Boblet is on the sick tist Misses fordie and Celeste Woford visited the Misses Gpatley last Sunday Corn gathering is going on aij rapid rate P G Barlow sold to R L Smith of Woodlawn last week 26 fat tings at 575 per cwt Mr NOTeDber22d Miss Atwood Violet a charming young lady of Lebanon is visiting friends and relatives here Owen Ems and Jetaon Lyddan went over to Bardstown last Saturday night to see their girls J W Bushs sale was well attended and everything sold wel1COI R E Whayne was the auctioneerWell has a weather prophet He says that as many foggy mornings a s there are in August there will be that many snos the folio wing winter so there was four foggy mornings and iif there are four snows and no more or less this winter we will have an almanac issued from here for 1904 forest View The oldest child of Mr and Mrs Oucar Green died last Thursday night Hr ag was 6 years She was buried Friday at St Rosa cemetery There wait a great gloom cast over fhe entire community last Frida t morning when it was made known haNr William BJanJtord was dead for many of bis friends hadnot heard of his sicknessi until the news reached bem of his death he was sick bnly a few days On the night before fie diedPather Volz ad ministered the last sacraments of the Catholic church or which tie had been a life long member ansi stood i at the top of the ladder He ysan upright honest neighbor turning his bacj on 0 hi1gtbtiug ood and fair ali ays pressing forward to the jmark of high calling which i alwaya found ii a true Christian gentlemen Afterbeautiful aladsdleian serricei at tit Rose Saturday orning hu reaMiM 1terj IuWiibe family lot 4 Wjlham Smith had a good string of fence1 burned one night I Ja V eek the origin of the fire 1n known 1 f CEINWIGK rvFvrmers are about through gathering corn in his vibinhyI Mr and Mrs G W Adai tt spent Sunday wihi Mr and Mrs Silas Logddbn- Miss Pearl Adams left Tues day for Louisville where she will emer college Tom Wheatly and sisipr ortstt Ruse speiit Saturday and Sun day with T J Nally Miss Annie Lgsdon visited Miss Pearl Adams Siurday and Sunday Arznal Walston and Minnie Barker visited Miss Ethel Witll ston at Lebano Satuday andV Sunday Rev Elmore or Wavside preached at this place to alargti Congregation iAnnall Wilstot boughttQf John armoH som hogs at 6 12 cts Edgar Barker vetted his aun Georgiada Anderson SaturJ T and Sunday Mr Cynthia Kelley visited her son Well in your town list weekMaggie Smith who has ben teaching school at Cecilville wat aihome Saturday and Sunday fathamI Springsi Thomas Sctt bought a farm from Charles Bishop at f50 per acre Corn is selling at 2 a barrel in this vicinity The wheat crop islookug well although Ibe fly damaged early wheat some Turkeys are going at 612 cts which isa good pcjcsaud one tau welt afford 10 raisu them at such pricesVButcher hoes are urtty scarce but cap be bought at 5 12 cts The five yeai old child of Goo Curtsitiger of thi Kirk laid vicin ityiiied last wekof brain fever The reD lupwerC interred in the Reckb rtdgfe cemetery Hisses Em ma and Anna Wells entertained friends last Tburslay night All report a good time Edear WilU am and Miss Cor del a Cornish of Sharpsville were at the home of Elder Sims Jlst week Willium Jenkins and Hurtle Foster sop toBurnsidethe first of the weukft Mm f William T Keeling died on th 7th at her tiome near Pilll lam Remain were interred Iis Prices Chapel cemetery Miss Vary E Pink onof Pul Muni visited Mia Adito Keeling on last We lue dayJ James Hedger lad 2 lorees and some pig bitteu by a nsd dogVS jvral honie have died by eating sugar cV n GirtwrItkIs Orcek rFonsy Mrdley who law been very sick with typhoid fefwr iis rapidly impraying at this writing visltlngIhr sister irs Sidney Om oroe Sunday and Monday Miss Mary Simms is spending this week with Misses Betie and Fannie Cxrricu Tom Wheatloy ard his sister Lulu were visiting atTiomiuon villa Suturday and buiday Misses Belle and Jemelar rico spent Wednesday and Thurs day with their brithr J 1n off near St Vprys The turkey walk lyen by Mr John Johnson Sunday was quke a success Leslie Lyons of Leretto won the turkey Miss Carrie Smith entertained some of her many friends Tw da eveuing All enjoyed their visit Will Blandforil tone of our most prominnt farmers of the neighborhood died last Friday morning at 4 oclock after a short 1l1neHoftypboidpneumo IilaHis funerall took pKceiti St Rot church Saturday cnorn lug a lr n ucloevr He leave a loving wife and several ctiijirei 10 mou ri his loss He ha M from his dear oneil his ilftJnd his children Whom Ike willingly toiled for Oh God how raysteri bus and how trauje are thji way to take frM us tbttpedo- eil1the l b etofbisdIyif c- VfatxesSmIth uc tr entQr1ained some othis friends at dinner Sunday1 JflPJ M slNora Smith also Messrs- KK and Will BlandfJrd and Eddie O borne Mr Lee Osborne and Miss quellytchurch coupleleftWhere they will make their fut Inranome POLIN It seems we caullo have a regular correspondance from this place I would rather hear from some other pen than mine but I will jot down a few lines We ate having lovely weather for November If farmers won t take advantage of it they are standing in their own light Corn gathering ajd toddcr shredding seem to be the order pithe day Zack Crow is haying fodder shocked this week Wheat in this locality isrJoolf inKlvell corn tis tine Zack Crow broughVfrjDm his field I ttwo ears measuring 16 and 14 inches long Will Sdott dug from his garden a aweetpotaW woighing 4 i lbs The young peoplawere nicely entertained last Thursday even ing at the home of W J Hardes ij in the form of singing Rev Sims preached Saturday night and Sunday at Hardesty Schoolhuse Mr Goodlet is thought lo be Improving of bk od poisoning J M Hawkins formerly of this neighborhood died at his home in Spdhcer tounty of blood poiso lug the 4th day of this month Interment at Mt Zion cemetery the following day Funeral services by Rev M T Chandler of Taylorsville he be lag bis pastor Mr Hawkens was brotherinlaw of Zack Crow of this place and was well known throughout the county Miss Mattie Mcllvoy paid her mother a visit yesterday it being Sunday She has almost sold out her entire stock ol millinery at Crow rawlays Evan Of ow and wife aod little sOt Toed are speeding a few days wftVhis fathers family at this plact Kent JRogers and Charlie Mc llvoy ere calling in our neighborhood lait week Madam Rumor says we will hate some weddings tnthisxneigh borbood in the near future Mr Tom Hardesty and wife are guests of his father W J Hardtsty Tom is out for aV good iiijnt 14ay tlUCQei be his r Skields passed through here Sunday enroute from Chap lin where ne viilttd relative The new Methodist church at Chaplin will be ready for dedi cation by the 551st of December Also the paIsonage will b ready for occupying Miss Nettie Yates of Boo tier- wasthe pleasant guest of Will Walls las week Also Mrsi Ika Lynck visited Mr Sam Cheat ham Mrs8alle Gray nf Hardesly Schoolhouse is visiting her grandsons Ezra and Bert Haw tins at Woodlawn UU Umr TLoaats Dont you suutlne have thought asked the kOHlful juuiijJ thing that are absolutely uuitt r abler I do mis answered tbe old poet And sometimes when nm rtkulne for a rhyme that wont tmi ua o thoughts that art hlnolutely unprlnt ablo Chlcajto Tribune TnlB f the Ydea Tlifldenl suppose you regard Eve as to blame for tempting Adam to eat the apple Not at all answered Mliii Cayenne Eve was too generous to want the ap pie all for herself and Adam was not gentleman enough to let her have It Washington Star Tb IpDalntleigb at tbe boarding house Beg pardeo Mrs Hklnner but Isnt tkSI UW same jup we bad yesterday wArmed nrflin BkinnerXe sir It Is what wan left ever rom yesterday Boston TraBacrl t I reJia Gtadya Wbw did she ever marn Itlj BtbelOk be Idhe could f liv- ewKbeitir Uka s i1V sljoligttt t9get1i a dalfor ifeayl gIuck I Wheaa wes his a weak cues adder Wi413trVwi1I and when ike kas a atreajc cssvhea Vfraqt her MX fro i It eel dias with ynti harder than a iaaa Saturday EvwilujtTo t TVCesIdsct to ofuers should 4rai tW mttsssre et your own espwtatJou 1V iL T I r jj jWjjjI1II Z IIjj1f iii it iA W ii ro I TJ r IW t Biy Buesp A J f IiIi j I r I Call and a and be ttS t 1 fc tt J co I l You f t tv B I a of lU E 1 m m t I t J e ersvsr cucU uiaa mat mjcu tby approached The old laborer didnt grumble or wear He waited on one rail for the next car As It drew near be signaled the motormanto stop THe powerwag Increased to run by aa befqrd and the old man turned aa if to get out of the way The heavy toil slipped from his grasp and tell on UH mil TbeTfao torman frantically shut off the power i when the car stopped The or aaari picked up his bundle rinl mlleo1braaSs iy as be climbed on till runt pi ajform Tbluk youre smart dont yur said the motorman Much obllged the old auant still grinning YouV tin only nfcom modotlnff motorman Vv t cen toflay New York Tribune The Wttd rfal T nil Don kit nifly writers nl ie womlwful qualities to toadsli1 rrogs null tbe various ports of tin tidies IMlny behcvrd for tuKtaucr t If a toad was Ought Into the Ut of n mob or other large and uur concotrrsc or prople silence woul mstantlv lilY vuIL A small hot fmnd In tbi rlsbt Vide of toads of the proper age was also believed Jo have powers orct the various elements Ry thniwlng this bone Into a vrswl of inlllng Water sarl Pliny it fn III ImmedlatP Iy cool It the water using In boll again until tbe bone ttsl5en rtUioyed Taflnd this bone ext tbe deml toad onVin ant bill Wlni te facts iiw cnten her nil away i It tin doneK take each bone sepan ty and drop It into boiling ymlef Uux mn the wondrous luaU Uom lie dlmovna 5trnn e i tuft A traveler sna Tbe utrungest craft t have evir itu were tbe balsas ot- 1IktI Tltlcncn In B6 n and Peru Those balsas are ml1r IIian aquatic plnnt growing In till H fsor tb lIke The nrUiclpLe on WL4Ch tbe artS ioimtructed by the Aytuurns Indians prove their Ingenuity A bale of hay naturally floats In tbe water and uc xinllng to the quantity of dried grass used In constructing tlu boat do they control tbe dlaplamuc or carrying capacity These boats art likewise lit led with a twist and sail and In some Instances carry from eight to ten persons The Indiana travel long distances over this vast Inland lake the surface of which Is on a level jylji the summit of tbe Juugfrauof tb wlra Alps Sbakespeara lUniders- The andcbronlsma and errors of Shakespeare are too well known to re Quire repetition He speaks of cannon refers to printing In the reign of Henry II of clocks In the time of Cesar makes Hector qnote Aristotle and Carl olunus refer to Cato He Introduces a billiard thlilc Into the house to Cleb patra makes Delpbas an island and gives a smcoact to Hoborala- in a letter to the Boston Transcript on the subject of misquotations a car rcspo ident say have In my scrap book three notable examples front TbniksgI ring prbcluiit ti of Ute juv ernorn of tllffvr tiii tUe Qovcroor Bell of Texas bepui With Now U the winter of o otitunt made glorious Hummer uf words pf Holy Writ nil itttenditl fanernl In the country wlilre the tl 4clnaupCfl lug rvuiurkuiiH Mv io sived friends you have loved nud ftl the demised It has been truly euld it a impossible toV solve the blogr ti pf death That Is cui iHnavet ffeiida the oulj way fur us to loknl It An u tHiIntance f iine tells me tbtt Cyrus Ilnrlelgh Wh of the well known writer of flftx m ago told her that lir hud Just v ne truiuu Quaker mtvtluK whenVS saw a woman Hjuniker rise ui tt l1h4 Quaker time say A buss a boSs my kltiKdotu for a boss Doubtless my friends tile Inspired psalmist when he penned these words meant n spirit ual boss That was all she said and she solemnly resumed her place On the high seats l In each pound package of lions now until Christmas will be found a free game amusing and at skids Oet UsCII j akl a Prte OeM at Yenir CbreeKsv i them at EVclosev lipif es Our housens now llatest aIUInob il t G blest Vehicles on the market q Wj w PricetitC 7 luake selectIon ready fIIrif SEEDING TIME 1Ihaveiwe make Specialty Nortliern Seed OatsV lHOMPSONVRENVV SPFUNGFIELDKY beelwas turyatld lftetil Games LilA Coffee inslructivesodiffer AndwecaUllflhrdtogell ffullpfsoDufffhe Stjteand CEMENT to AtLHwes Prices 111jr 1lR i ROUGHDRESSED LUBER r d SASHandDOORS t LATHS and SHIINJGLES III J 1 Anythingrin thebuiidingline at the SPRANG iEEL D L UBER cas Yard t j 1 GALL ANDGETPRIGESS C t Miss Idtx M Snyder Treasurer 0if the Brooklyn East X 4 Art Chrik If women would pay igere atteMie1s heir health we would have raori Mppy wives roothenaad daajMmriaif hYwould observe ruults they voaU lad that the doctbttpnucriptleiia de set ptrfViMAy cures they arc gives credit for qiron altlni with my drujgbt he Hvbed McBree Win ef Cartful and Thed fords Bbck4raajhtaada took it sad have every reason to k1ift tar allCw lire optntd up to me with restored hea- lleJkoaIytookthrnoMhji tocure me Wino ofQarduLgxlatorof the menstrual Junctions and is a most louidning tumu fur women It cares scantysuprestftoofrequentrreg dlar andpainful menstruationfallwir 4inrUisfterchiIdbirthquenUy brings A dear babyiohomes that have been barren for yean All druggists hjive 5100 bottles orW3a0 of Cardui WINECARDUI Witty heplr At a Loudpn dinner general Horaces Porter was once referred to by the chairman In the following ways tW 6 have here tbnlffht Peneral Horace Porter aadI call upon him t ri1 speech yho gentleman Is lIke a slot machine ilrou put lua dlnneri nut out comes a Thf vrltty general row and replied with a quick lire of satire ITlie hdlrmau has thought fit to liken me to 1iidoti machine Slay I return the compliment and say that he JJs like one alga lIv PUtBIUVOV speech AntI J ip comes our dinner t A Cluuiee to Kt MaimeUi A story 1s told of nulnnC i1dpmpedI to death In France wt cording to custom what be would ej jar for his last meat He chose mus Set wLUb though bur favorite dish always heBald caused blm a terrible Indigestion This tImes however be added grimly tbey wilt not have the chance DYIVof CWvmlry Wife dreariiyAh mel The days of chivalry are past UusboudVWhata the matter now WifeSir Walter Raleigh laid his cloakion the ground for Queen Eliza both to walk ovy but ypu get med simply because poori deaV mother Mt down on GilbooIeyrQI jut bougbV Die a botU of halrVrestorerV ilulcaheyrlut yoiuj hair aint tal1 Uig out OJlboQleylliotaJIStlU ft Qisktfcrt usln It nOWIQLwont git baM wbeMj me hate dogs l r For the fifojt atwmptiri ptibltcpsId her friend lepvonn JtJlr itI tbQpk yottsaug wftbtiQtlMl df fe llbgV- 3I dont 9nctitt il VC ep1Vthe ambltlouf youinr v1Iia4 say beset tout In TthrotttMl1 l t- iVtiO efb TfIbiint jfrl Tbetaehif t s t ReiirveVHe had tipreserve Upx siineu we bear thfs expressIon on VbanSI or In the street when a nrui tu rfaWt Vr when a buslnoxs ilian has h t11IJUaJiJidI to the wall it wuu inutv M Kttlujr t epitaph for ta pntv or nufny u fall ure A man wjtaijm rvMFfr 114J1I condemned leaky ttsseL Ou a calmV day It cnii bt iu t1t from iuf to port- otmtlt would br utterly Beiitaur Ja a torm Many taIlTmuui lack of reserve atVexiuesttlon of intrly tnrliiliHt afsoli4 lUgntlned luililt tich faIl frofa ktU fxvrve of ttnvkrN iifmiiltaL aiiVhave goiife down fmni be 1acktfcMr njcter reserve of lintltb res rT U- frrleiLsIiIi itucv It ltiVtUV114i4 1Vrtaurs of every kitaU tp ntmiWV for every emertnvv Too ttii tliHf cirort too tntt llItXII4lt recklds darinjj or too uincli reUneiVoh unknowa fat tore Icavvs awtrgbi op reserve that sUi wee14 MMf aj certain fill Biuvww A SeeteM 3UISIs4I44S4- V a recent visit I pMl 4i faVbroad I came across aaepusa 4she4 4Vsbmebody Wt a fJM waka bess tIIjt rtngmgJlngling fee taat tofanHUr yhca glasswdre Is struck and ha e dfately ahothd1 gaeat eaT ri ttefleet with his br oa 10 ii ttlMlottnd Srery ofae tIIt aaM Taatf r tJJht stop the riaetaf fuisd Mti i1nquLrigtkAtwbs see ses MiIa rlngingofsgkMrcesiSSIWV eaves a htutan Hfe frees fctwaUt c Hoif the unties orlgfaatei 1 vt c plabs but tbee peop teNk ettrtintelligent anti oot TtMr Jty 11v1j tu cherIshing absurd MtkNMk H WVMrtto be a Scotch royerstttita It seeVof my rlea4r ee M tkMW llt M INVorigin t AtMT t ca yes A gaKb ag atety to 1eW fIl Cheek James Rex that ratlwc 4cs s ks i1 honorV tIe wa 555 of tW srde sCVmireraof Mrs Cnwe a a4sd t7h-erof OJg It ta iaii that a entleBiauvtoct a ceel4eiabk sea t Oda iady at play and MIllei MIIged Is lleave town soddeaty gave Mr Fwjtk money to pay her beggtac kii ta ptVogize to bv for hi let vpM MM debt of honor la perses Fez kjat cv cry shilllpg of 4t berate iaarIg Mr Crewe often suet the sup i Md 4itu afterward and surprised ikat k tnoticed the clrcunt tau e jft e Ut delicately kIMedtbliHtMrteklut tBlw m r Mld c aM themes tlueeetHImrs at Crawf good naturedly Thee arpteUy be i1saidmend1forgetitBlackenn the eiwcka aMVthe forehead has bees fevid iitnal prevefltlve or snow ilpVIt a man makes a jlrl1I1rforget It if it does ktt esesssl- ie will net let tae f tit1t It lrne4tchiM GleV s0iiVWhy YaalhaaU lt kskwaW Rer IL isstseesIt gcUypepsrsd Lsepostwsbsr AkeavbodssdeU tzIc0gi INesecveIceiiyMjuersdSbees psnme 7OILIrJiu L VIVV i f t l auiwVIl WV1- iuJ VVV MJM BUKTOH t ji 1k1ONT NTJ- T1LUtJ xTMcTED- h VrrUT PAIN I 1 S L Mek up itaJre iq lJtDQJlELD XY rn bUl Work Strictly Firstclu t lti iJHLAMPTON8t Z jJ IEIa 0tieN li s I DL SJiSIOGK- ar 1 r RilJUiFIXiD KY- 1L t t I J it i i oli Dr Riaebart for j tj t tK Ookours12to2pzn Jw1F GRIOSEY jAnOfltNEY AT LAW tt OfP Pfp1t1 JIak k tf 1 lUMUHOFIKLD mri ry f Commissioners le J + a WASHmcTQN ciKcmr CQUKT KY RebaIt PkWK AtI iC JEqulty W Q JfeUHt Mar AcDfU By vktM aJt 1M order r f t Mte ot H WadbIHctoB Circuit Eti F QK Ti trti at the October term i tlMTMflMC mtfce bbvecaH8e i for 1 01 IIOS witb lin Hlt the JIIIfM it ipI ctRttrn per aHBa h iltta y ot lary ioo lo tw d I sbII poceid to over for MM at 4lM Ccit Hoase doot In rIIIIIX oa tJlOfD4T NOV1HBER 21802s IoeIcpJo4threaboIatbethg kighestrrf bI4 r M k B upon 4 at tHtOJJOWiDgtt Ast3sts Pct or itooe of land tc ttwrte lit Wfchfegte eoHBty KyM a4 tHtt budded toit 0l1tb8nMrth kf Wt tai of WO BobliH MM Met by the lands tit said W tr GIstd N Smith on the tooth brbhvtMMI Sailth nd Ttwker CkMMTM the west by the Istids ofJr PO BMrlt r MppoM to coBtala aer0 BMC rtec Atrt Udlltterest to be 702 96 ABK oaI cog to beade 39 00 W jS TMIMrouni to be aade 74280 lPGI the p case prlo the pu sstW nr jiarcfeasers with apveas 18M41rityer iiirellfx BtBi t boat twftrlPK legal Interest from date ef Mk VBtil paM aad baying te force I aH et of a Judgment Bidder tfiilb reqatred to comply prompt wI4JtIIeeetrisis THOS A MEr ray M OWCC FGJoyAUo C 7 is Commissioners Saleo r V WASHINGTON CIRCCITCOURTJKV A Sui pfcWiBg Plaintiff IA EquitylancJtriBy vlrtwcI of 9 Judgment and orderBt if sale ef the Washington Court rendered at tjfie October terra 5tkersef 1902 in the above cause I skairpreceed to offer for sale at the CevtrtTHoese ioer Springfiejd Ky O MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1902 tz oclock pBa or therealout beiag county courtd3yia the 01ttfkItupon a credit of six months the ful lowiBjf dMcrlbed property towiti A certain tract or parcel of Ian lylBgaBd being in Washington coun ty Kyols the water of Pleasant o ntaa d bounded as lolJows towit f lineofefibeace with the same N S E 141 poles a to a steae OB a branch thence down ila saIL branch S 74 E 834J polesto a stone feBce passing Montgomerys corner I a beech tree thence S 81 W 9 poles to the braach thence S 516 poles to the ceaterof PleasantRun thence up VMBK S2Sf Ell poles thenc N 501i jW3Ipe1e to a stone thence N 76Wf J 33 ItoUie beginning containing lxa 4e e half acres Fosf the pwrchase price the pur W goawrorpurchasera with approved ecurity or sureties must execute t bo 4 bearing legal interest from date Mof sate uatil paid and haying the1i force and effect la Judgment i j SiMerswilVi be required to complyr prwBptly with these terms t WF NEIKIRK y Special C W O O l LrikBlN THE J i NORTHWESTt Ifiuu1aaV iyideaofcban Iig io rJocal0nJfo iutu thE Northwestwhere fe lswot Jim v It is the coming empire of Ih 4 Couitry Climate ande1vi oare fonld in freat variety atJ U 4 will sever be as low priced a afi KIlt is now For farm ng tri rat inf and grazing no porttOl of our Clou n try equals it IrdgatlotiakH1ibe farmer in piHt wkere irrigation Is practiced and the nestirriabi pins ofo Cornitry re In Man ta3aJIM Ws4iingthn The fJ bIK a CiI1V3 ui11 JrowiJJt 0lSry ii the ortkeei i i1 know whit you wan a we will rf U help s Ttwt area sorts of pIIcsanii kiiMto oC tland la the NorthVes tor 3Ute thro jffe which the Wort4isra Paeilc rias Dont dMIIti it w top late to ottv Lwr NfettlerA Rates af la tfect during pieiber and OeteVefr Wncn 9htrel7e wul 4oand 1 will tell YOi twIUt OBAS zsFI1 t MU if onw i Iay Si iu- 1Q t fifii- II 1OWNLocal 58 00Mi fiQH O Happenings pT Interest PrelIetand etII All About Yourseir Friends and Acquaintances 0 wlHagaj Country hams lard and bacon r tC4W Hagan A i Qbrtson3rcsfhavejtfstj riiiceivJed their fine stock of Zeigler hoesd Telephone your orders to C W Hagan if yon want prompt 1 For Latest Styles iin Ladies shoes call on Robertson Bros and ask for Zeigler r It All kinds of country produce I bought by C W Hagan Cash if1t preferred Isi9Is fruits arid nuts Prices right l FOR SALE 20 good feeding hogsr wegbingabont 110 pounds t A C Canary We will save you money if you give u a chance Try and con yince yourself C W Hagan Pure openkettle New Or cel1tspergall t WANTEDTO rent a medium farm well watered and im proved For information inquire this office a Dont forget to call on C Wa Hagan for anything you may 1 eed in the grocery line His f prices will surprise i Say boys lake your laundry to im Hagan he represents the Lebanon Steam Laundry good work guaranteed Office at C Hagans Storell For cleaning dyeing altering and pressing mens womens nd childrens clothing call on Mrs Herman Schmenk Good work reasonable pricesjj The number of the telephone all for the NEwsLEADER office 90 Anyone having news or ther business matters to commu nicate call us tip The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will serve dinner on next county court day in the arbel building A good dinner for 25 cents and it should be well patronized The champion turnip so far this season to come under ourI Observation was brought to this mce by Mr Thomas A Grundy weighs six pounds and mea ures 23 inches aroand The auction sale of the goods f the store of S H Weakley at Mooresville will be continued very Saturday afternoon until ll goods are disposed of This a rare chance for bargainsI oppositeJbet23a childs dresS Owner can get same by c lling at the EWS LEADEl offic ind paying ferthis advertisemt Mr S H Bishop bought last week of R M ONeil his farm near Valley Hill The farm con tains 89 acres add the pnce paid was 1850 The place is well improved Mr Bishop has- rentedthe place out W J Erwin thecorn doctor Of HopkinsviiU i will be at the Hord House until Monday county court day so dont failt to lhave your corns and bunions re moyed His pr cess is painless and leaves no Iiik rsoreneK Mr Nat W Halstead1 as ad mifaistrator advertises in this issue a fine flu in belonging to the estate of S P Lancaster deceased to be sold at public sale on December 6 This is one of the most valuable farms in Nelson county Messrs Ben F and John F thepiflnestbunches of cattle ever sent out of this county o Richard Gentry of Boyle There were oi head nf feeders in the lot and they averaged about 1200 pounds rb rice paid was 5cents Mr Robert Hatchett has bought of3 Or Jones 122 acres being part of the Langform farm for 7600 ME Hatcliett now owns the entire Langford farm consisting of 245 acres which inltheH N Hopkins Sunday School jscfeoolEvangelist for Kentucky 1TOFIGS I f rohlinnd24Witb a good program The Sunday Schools Of4 Washt ington and adjoining counties are cordially invited to attend o difference of what denomination Mr J C Greene has begun the manufacture of cigars at thstjt place having bought out the plant of Spalding Bros Mr Green will soon be well equipped for tHts business and will employ It t several expert cigar makers He will continue the manufac ture of the Gen Gordon and will also introduce some new brands on the market There has been a good deal of i speculation among Democrats of the county as to the attitude of Mr F M Campell in regard to making the race for the nomina nation for the office of Circuit Clerk We havejit from good j authority that Mr Campbell will not be a candidate again for the office although he has been urged by friends to make the rae Mrs Frank Sansbury died at the hom of her father Mr John Buckman in this county on last Sunday after a short illness of consumption The deceased wastt most estimable young woman and had been married only about year She had been with her f husband in Louisville up until a f few weeks ago when she came out to visit her fahejs family where she died The funeral took place from St Dominics church on Tuesday Fred Johnson a colored man living near Mackville was shot and badly wounded by a load from a shot gun in the hands of his son Fred a boy on llast Fri day The boy had returned from hinting with the gun and on entering the house the gun was in some way discharged the contents striking Johnson in the abdomen inflicting avery dan geious wound The ounded man is still alive with a good chance tho doctors say of re coveryt Col R E Whayne the auc tioneer reports the sale of stock and personal property of J W Bushwhich took place laFNed nesday as well attended and bidding lively Horses from 70 toI 118 milch cows from 25 to 35 per head a bunch of 1200 pound steers at 4 50 per 10020 head of sheep at 3 50 per head 20 more at 192 per head sow and li piss for 38 50 4 w 17 50 brood sow 1525 l6o hundred bushels of corn at 38 cems per bushel 100 bushels at 37 cents hay in the stack at 13 to 15k per stack Farming implements sold low I B B Leachmansold to O C Crothers of Springfield Mo his 3yearold stallion Chesier Squirrel for 1000 Thi young horse has been very successful in the show ring from his coltI form to his present age He has been shown 22 times and won 19 first and 3 second pro mium Considering his breeding form and gaits he was not only one of the best in this coun ty but one of ie best in the state Washington county can ill afford butit get aioi er 01 cj1stj as good if not ibetlur v Crothers cer tainly lias a r o wiriiier ii this hort Tiu f mi toiigirir to the es tate ul iuil Fletcher WMson wrightbreekpublic suiii LyC A Wilson ad ministrator 111 Tuesday S M Campbell as auctioneer conduc SIhvelyi SI sisiting of 207 acres was first offered and knocked down at 41 per acre and the other tract containing 158 acres sold for 55 per acre The farm was then offered as a whole but no advance bid was made and the first prices stood The purchaser of this farm iis Marie Attention an old Spaniard who is arailiary known as Old Fine Times The old man announced that he desired to pay spot cash for the proper ty as sjpon as thedeedwas made farm isconsiCredoneof11rbe Washinghon H H HORD DJDN r5rpOFFICJR1XEUAHT BCILDI 11 rraanently located U SPRINGFIELD KY FERSONALJi Mr James Clements was in Louisvillejast week Miss Sallie McElroy has re from a visit to Lebanon Miss Annie McChord and J S Claybrooke spent Sunday in Lebanon Mrs John T Cray roftleft his morning for her home in Chicago Miss Laura M Chord left this week for Chicago for a Visit to friends Messrs T Scott Mayes and W D Claybrooke were in Greens burg Monday Mr W C McChord and fam ilv have moved to town to live 0 their new cottageSMiss Margaret Russell of Bardstown spent Sunday with her parents here Mr H H Claybrooke came in from Cincinnati and spenttSup- day and Mondayat home Dr Edith Grant who has been Philadelphia for some time re turned home last night v Dr J B RoBatds left yester day for Hendersontille N C to visit his lather who is sick DrJ H Parker and wife of Corbin Ky were guests of Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson this week Dr and Mrs H D Rodman Of Louisville were here last week guests of Mr and Mrs 1 H TnurmanMiss Snider and Mr Oscar Brown of Taylorsville were guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Grigsby Sunday Messrs James and Bev Browne who were called here by the death of their father have returned to IndianapolisS Mr and Mrs S B Thompson were in Louisville a couple of days last week to see about fur niture for the Hotel Walton Mr and Mrs Thomas McKee of Bloomfield were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs W MI Durrett the first of the week Mrs W L Dunn left yesjter day for her home at Asheville N t C She was accompanied as far as Louisville by her mother Mrs J G Mansfield Miss Mary Lewis etitertainedI a few friend to dinner Sunday The guests were Misses Lucy Selecman Jennie Claybrooke aid Messrs T Nichols of Bards town Hale Dean of Louisville and Dr Hord and W D Clav brookeIA WhopperII ajfarmerbrought to this office the other day a mammoth radish wtiose proportions put in the shade any of its kind we hate ever seen The raddish proper measured 17 inches in length and 16 inches circumference and weigh d hII pounds It had been allowed 10I go to seed and its branches had reached a height of six feet from the ground arid had a spreadol eight and one half feetr There were 473 pods of seed on the bush and as each nod contained eight Si X7MIN7TION P EE r v jltjnoay seem strange to some that I make no vcharge for examination lbelleve this jsthe bes method fbr conducting successful optical business I believe it will bribg me more r customers I want the people of pringfield I and vicinity to make my store their headquar t ters I want them to feel perfectly free to consult with me every time they have the least suspicion of deective eyesight 1 want to examma the eyes of every person in Wash ington county once a year In that way I cau keep in touch with you and can advise you when to wear glasses and when not to When yquneed them 1 will make a reasonable charge for furnishing them Until that time I will charge you C nothinJIseeds 3784 seeds represents the product of that one raddish As this vegetable appears to be of a giant variety these seeds when planted should produce at least 3000 raddishes thatshould weigh 15000 pounds or about eight wagon loads of raddishes Mr Tong is thinking seriously ofI starting a raddish farm next sea sqn Colored Methodist church j The reopening of Johnsons i chapel the colored Methodist church on last Sunday was attended with much interest The church building was not large enough for the great number of l people who came from Lebanon and ne surrounding towns to witness the event The services for the day Were opened with a sunrise prayer meeting followed by a class meeting at lOo lock The 11 oclock7 sermon was intro duced by a 20 minutesong given by the choir The Rev T H Tipton D D the general travel ling bookagent of the denomin j ation filled the pulpit and preach ed an interesting sermon At 3 tt oclock the choir from Lebanon j occupied the choir stand and the Rev Ward pastor of the white i Methodist church delivered an able and eloquent discourse He was assstedby presiding elder Rev J L Munell The evening l service was filled with interest and Dr Tipi preached a soul stirring sera on The members are well pleased with their church The hardwood finish new carpets and choir stand andI other improvements make the interior one of the most beautifu of colored churches Enough money was paid ID to cancel theI wifeItheir race and the colored peG ple should congratulate them eves for having a pastor with Interest and capacity Ccni aiEsicnersSalei At thecourt house door in Springfield on Monday Nov 24 county court day Lwill offer for sale to the highest bidder the farm known as the Wm R Logs don farm containing 98 acres and situated at the mouth of Pleasant Run The place has on it a good house and all necessary outbuildings 1Tha sale will be made on credit of 6 and 12 mon ths with notes bring 6 per cent interest from dateT A MEDLEY M 00 Notice to Taxpayers Notice iis hereby given to allI persons owing taxes to tile Town of Springfield that the penalty on all unpaid taxes goes on December 1st and those in ar- rearS should pay up and save costs C L PRICE Collector A Dont Wait s Igetf j I your WINTER SHOES by If BUYTHEMNOW 11- And save Doctors bill We have an elegant stock of I 1 FOOTMEMR I andi cordia1yinyiteyour iniispjection of same i ti TrulyV r I 4 ROBERTSONT S BtSS 1 1IIfilf 4IUM JI NARROW ESCAPE from Drowilig Ifari Miss Liira Ray wellknown Here A press dispatch from aural Del gives a thrilling account of experience which Miss Laura Ray had at that place recently by which she came near losing her life Miss Ray has many friends and relatives in Springfield being a niece of Messrs W G A H and Co O McChord She is also a niece of Dr W W Ray formerly of this place The account of the accident is as follows Miss Ray is starring in Camille which is being produced in the largest towns Of the Peninsula by a dramatic ompany of Cincinnati Last evening she went boating on Twilleys Lake with Mr Arthur Van a member of the company When about two miles from towii darkness overtook them Miss Ray was rowing her back being o the front of the boat and she could not see partly submerged tree a limb of which protruded from the water struck her head precipitating per into the water nan unconscious state Mr Vafrwithoutdivesting self of any clothing jumped over board and caught the sinking lady but to his horror the boat had drifted from him To swim to the shore with his inanimate burden was an impossibility He spent his energy in holding up Miss Rays head above water and crying for help After struggling in the water for ten minutes and when almost ready togive up his tsries were an swered by Henry Jackson a farmer who rescued the couple from their perilous condition Miss Ray had not regained conciousness and Mr Van was suffering from utter collapse They were put in a hack and driven hurriedly to their rooms Doctors worked over Miss Ray for several hours before she was restored to consciousness All night her condition was most alarming but a rally cam tbis morning and she was able jo be removed to Cambridge Death of bona Green On last Thursday night Novem ber 13 the 4ngel of Death visit ed the home of Mr and Mrs Os car Green and took therefrom their loving child Lona age six years Hex sweet disposition made her a great avorit among all whoTf new her Her parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the community in their bereavement Do not weep for her dear parents For shes in a brighter home There to live from grief and sorrow There to live aransomed soul Dearest sister mourn not for her Try to cheer themother dear For at judgement day youll meet her Where all isever bright and clear Written by iloving Friend ILETTER L IT remaining un called formin the Springfield Ky Potoffice for thb weeIrOnUrig November 20 1902 Rev F r Digmsns Miss Putlpnce Crooktfj Joseph Cornwall Gee Pi Ids i 1 Rev W At Froman llFluycPHa1l1 E J Jones Mrs Jannia Lbuts Miss Lillie Beats Michilangelo LOmnrYo Harry Leachman vr Mrs S N Morris Mrs Mattie Nchersqn WS Phelps V Mr and Mrs Aleck Robinson Annie Thomas Mrs JosieWetherington Mfss Lizzie Williams Persons callingl pr these letter will please say advertised and give date 6f list WA Waters PM m FoierB Honey and Tar always atrw the cough and heals the mugs Ke fugesubstitutes Sold byNpocJand Cambpelt ci WORD TO THE WISE 15 SUFFICIENT A sle6k4cxMng man driving a fine tiam of thule Will call on you With a CodlriBJi t i Range and ugballl the talk and strategy Jtpossible to sell t yOU a Range If you want 7 1Ir a Rangell we ask is bat you come to ti 1ourr store and fwe cannot show you a t r 5better Range for less money then you tJ ttLLj buyfforAtirn We have the Ranger lthat knocks them put and it iis larger anjl4v better ndllast of all we can sell it cheaper Put itup iin your h ne and gurantee i iSC in eyerypartieujac Come and soe nat 1 J we have and also see our line ojf Heaters i tand Cook tdVes Beware Beware otthe 1 Range Peddler MO rRQYSBtJIlliZt We Invite Your IInspection of f OUR IMMENSE STOCK f We call yoTlr egpeciat attention to i our great variety oi pres Goods 54inch alrw61ehecks at 40c r i8ncbaJr wool fired b1kgoods 4Ocdl lSInch all tool Yenitians blk and and cokrsOc g38inohall wool Zibalines blackand vW S colors 60q 38rinclr all wool Shark Skin 50c Q Si 56inck Meltons blk and colors SI to sX fl56r v ft k 52iucli Wool Corduroys f1501 l1 f 4 52incli aH is ool Hop Sackings l lcM V and colors 125 iimvt 54inch Sino v Make Kn ckepbboker ffi 125i Vt 53inch pebbfGheviots blk only It ffl A great variety of jWast Cloths from figMP5 100 peicest Outings 5c to 2Qc r r fc S iJO peices Elimiielletts Tic to 2Jv V V X s2 Largest jstoclc of Mens and Womens j Underwear iandv Furnishing Goods for L wF7jCfjD MINTOR l ever shown iin Springfield OUr stock of small notions is complete See our new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist 1lv BagsBeadedCoversetc J WestiiI1adiiiQ fine Shoes witH anri y for men and prew Selby Co S Shoes fojcL Women and rShoe4 fa Co Shoes for Children if you X have never Seen them call and see ft them We are shoeing an elegant linepf Iv Cloakg ihtNeW Markets Monta Carlos 34 Jackets etc lENS HO BOYS SUITS AKD OYEROATS Mens all wodi Suits 5 v iYouths1 Childrens Wool three piece Suits 3 t j Ohildrens Wool two piece Suits 2 Children s yjester Suits 150 t J peciat Bargains in Mens Coats and Vests and WoddPantsatt JjQ dIPHQLSEERy DEPARTMENT If you need nythiigi this line don t fait to visitus jbuyersCunntogliani Dulloan Co mmissioners Sale j ifj wASHmaoTN diB urr Tlmo Peter Piaintiffl f5 Against JnnH Frank ct pe erDeend JJ ij tBy virtue pt a Xudgomentancthrder of sale of the TVaBbjngfoii ircntCpatt rendered attbo October ternTthere 1902 In thejabove pan44 I ihiitprb ceod to offer for sale bqthd premtfea on the 25th day of November 1902t lpclockpmpr thereabouts to the bfgbest bidder at Public Aootlon npon a credit ofl 2 irid 3 yaarar the 10J lowing deacrlbad properly tbwlfct A certain tract parcel ot land BitttaUdin Washington copnt and Is boqtided as lollows joatbe north bZ the lands of Sam CTaaapbeH and Will 8heWmakerroatb6fionth by the Wmiabnrf Mackvlljie and th pUn tnrpplVe ioO the eat bf ihttowii of panM th rlyt on the yt byfh landS formerly owkd by Sartford PetercontaIamg 67 acres Thisi trct has IIIiP50yell111t8cn it bsiuIaE joint the 147 sore tract and has paver failingwater on Jt And hasP been 14i blue fM i for a mnmbcr of jnrIs a Very flae piece o famkiffMv For the paCiMe pice the prchas- or pnrchaaserW 1ifltt apjoYI It yor sureties t1ixecute ed- bIjSIlI egllatJrHa dM c0 until jaiW n4 baying tb fop ud eXectef aBwill tPll PAP7w- jth tbeeS45r 08A tBDf4Yi JiQWg9td f Commis ibnerc WASUINGTON CIWUIT CRT KY iJo B PEOTBS P1 AQAnwu KJSaulty t iHer PETER ct Diu By Tlrtue of d Judgiaht and prjae of a1e pf theiWashliKrton Circut Court rendered at the October tena thereof 1902 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale on tke v premises on J TUESDAYNOVXB 251902 at 1 oclock pm or thereatou to the highest bidder at public aucijoi upon a credit of one two aurfrthree J years the following describeil property 555Asituated in WaAiiictoM ctHHtty Kyr and Is bounded asJo11 wOfttae east by theoYacre tract of land 8ir eabr Arena Peter at the time of Wr atk oii the outh by the iaadsof tiriak ghewmaker om the west by tW cwMrty road on the 6rtk by the landst Saul Campbell contatnin1l7 acr 1- 1Tlfarm ii knowaastheMeiiaFtkr farm This far has oa It a reel tfwellihr house good iWnaBt Jbo eeJ fc good tobacco hare itockbra aM unecessary outbMi uctii aid M 1 riratcrtd and la hi a kstatte tijiK tivatlon having bees welt xdrf- or ieveral rears and toI have the finest tuba li it tke county as has bten sSby the- rope oil 1tfor the1astf SIS Por the putchase price t Uor rChe5A with apa tieciC1ty or MIISItbN bearing ii1 IiertstIro daI- o sale Until ut and ha Ifefcs1dgmentpr- omptlwlth 1 faTiJU he req A to c It theac term THOS A MEDLEY K C WI C C 1AIJ1IJISA L Tht tn The ommuntty was shocked at an Brly hour this morning bybthe anTiwunSoralnt iIitt Nannw HallAbeiv wife ol NJr t edward Abel had shot sit kill y d hVrsfsJf at her hom9 eight l 4il nth of here in the High dirqv wf hborhood Mrs Abel was rnalcing prqpa frations to accompany her frus band to towh and was in her k rook itf fn iroper story of the rsidetu Suddenlythe rpor- tt a pistol wars beard and Mr- tt Edward Abel ihq had just left the room rttshed into the apart meni just tn linjt to catch his dying wife in his arms When the shot wa fifed Mrs xAbelas standing just witnin rlwf c ambei door The ball pitrsd the young wpmAns I hEitand death resulted almost + insLait1y i l Prom thebest infbrka ion bb li ticiabJe tho conclusion that l Mrif Abel shot herself wjthsui cicII InTent Several years ago a horse she was driviaj ran RWYV and she fI was severelyiBJured her skull r 4eiag fractured It issaidsh Jt fever fully recovered fro thy iureirit of tkis accident ahd was i1 1 fu6Jclto periods of melancholia 4 Mpp ifeepvy Trie pistol iLh rhidh the deed was commit f tii is aibirtylwo calibre ISiniih a 2nd Wesson r Mis Abel was a beautiful 4Sunselfish disposition Except i t aiuriri the periods of despond already mentioned she was Exceptionally bright and cheerr v Jul and of a high qrderjoflntelll n g geride and the fatarwound self tV inflicted was 4hs result pi ioJuN leg 1eCIiVO4 sveral years aO I She was aged about 2 years und was a daughter of Mr X Hall f jj the SUperiniendent Of the Barfts si town Electric Plant amd a grand daughter of Oity Marshal Benftf 4 Watrell She leaves no children 4 rStanaardbV fe jljsiclus Jrescrib Its Many bread mitded pfiysieians prt ribe roieysHohyand Tar as thea r t Ha e beyer found to safe arid rdiable remedV1 for liroat and and lung troubles this great medtcipe Sold by WoodS CampbelloV i A Runaway Beyclc fifrmiriikied with an igly cuft Cbcint11 leg otB OrnerFnic t 1i1 Grovd It developed a ulcetinyielaip to dostdborn tors and remidies foryears Tnen Bncldens Aihica Salve cured Iisjust as Rood for Burns Pitt Scalds and Skm Eruptions 2oc IcantV atHaydonsdrug sfcore t sgcdJ33Years Elijah Bledsoe who was prob aby the oldest man in the world i iS did at the poorhouse on Mon cteyvnlght Formady y ars he k niadVa living matiufaciqriu 1 4 band made shuck matsjand baa kiats butvgrew to feeble to lotg toiland some days ago went over the hilts to tne poo hoase eiur He was in all probabiliiy asi id- iaa tieblaimed IoS yiears Capt P P bompsoh who is 87 and JH Bcragg who is 85 both say when they were tots Uncfe Lige a he was familiarly 1nox n was a remarUabiy old man Be Tco4ld recount1 incidents of the S V iraf off 1812 which he could hive known in no other way thanCoy observatioD Jqr ie was unableto readi When JjaFat tte stoppjedsat the hotel hex e vthe Hercer INationnV Bank now stands Sir l824tJnclelji8e oofe St him ome water for his ablutions aid wks presented with aPIeC e 4 Xf feiiver bt tnt noted Pjbnch 4 Sickness steals more savings than the feyrgUr Slowly coin by coin the VS nioaey that has peen so hardly earned I is paid out for drugs and doctors Sickness is the worst enemy of the work iag zqaa and the common cause of the VV workiug mans sickness is disease of the Iieart1lungI1Sf or kidneys Th ue of pf Pierces Golden Iv IM piKorerr will stop the stealingii the aviags by icknta ty cures dis Mwof the ItOIflCh and other organs J r lUfeition aad satritloti It cures diftK w esaes of hs5rtliver 1ung kidneys etc wlien thee cieaee are caued byft dlaU bedOrgsIsV 4 bCatVtX yns ego I b4lauLto iavi trsnb p wnitei WieCeiioUy of Wa atit 0kb k at o b1- j sdt1yquiteofto tw4 t1recdi1- r t iad bien keLedt 7 I 4b y bit witer WNSL w7 cther I Jevpeae4L1 Sy 11 bu a Loer M Lh1l 1 is tN 1roIeo yoi Yoto4 tthsL by myVsyaptee I M pWt sat Gd Idk DsIeiy ci VPIMt4 a suaecthoI Tbie aidI I base taM M aii4 a ii SDVc to Mate Iad to tb Maut sdi st a I Sonstipatibmr your headaChe Iain ck 401F your eyes IFid- aste in your mouth Its our liver I Ayers Pills rc liYcr pills They cure consU pttlofl headache dyspepsia D i Me AH 4hvgtt5 WMt ymer saotuucbo or earda bOioUtol too KTl6h bUekT flenue- IUIWGNAMS DYEh1 Oiaian 4A9Co 1 man Ife alsomet A sron Burr thit crafty consVirito wbnf he left the paradisical remat if Blehnerhasset and can e x Liarh rodsburtr and was unfavorably i impressed wltb him He often stated that he was charmed with b the distinguished Frenchman but disliked Burr jan senfcra principles BeJsoe was remark ably swift rf foot arid whi1qwlthe his master at Grab Orchard Springs l2Qf fthere was an other wealthy SoutherteKat the notelvwhOf had ezfteeV dar YthV hIm jBij oeSf was ter pitted himagaiDSt the other l arkeyiu rcafrom Ctlt Or- bhard toPerrfirillo ThemasL r whose Vgowfh sVtfteSt was to get both darkens iUncle b 4ge who haidfa horror ofgotn qai iway inde utauiong cotton delds nfi diey fy etierj v ami made the run of 80 miiesihf remarkably ahprj time atde wkstn good cpnsdlrti6ibwtu he arvfdfatPejry ville His riyal opppddead beteej Daeivil- lethPrryvflIe III btsbewas a famOuscpdfn huntet and J kdpt tbferhesttbf coon dogs He e was caredJorjwjth muchmdv Vyc l v5easby o Eyle faniflv wjo didt notknowof bIi b in in tje podcaouje Harrodsburg Herald J N Patterson night policeman qf Nasliua 1aWritea Lat winter hatfabadcoid on tty furtgIa tried Itt at Ieait a bzen adrertlaedrt ougTi Ill medicines anct had trea meijf ifrom Jtwp phjstciiiths witnout getting any benefit A Mend teco raededFqleyij t Honey and Tar and twoti1raof one bottle cuFedjne I consider It tfac rcttcough and lung iieciue ii tip or1d So1by WoOd 41 Can bellIVLJI was afflicted with catarrh couldI neither taste t or limell ami oar but Utle EJaTuIcin Balm cured it MarcGSliautz Rthway Orearii Balihrreach3dnie safelv andi the effect is sjijprUipg My vSon say thc first applica on jfave decid d re lief MrePrankfin Freeman DoyerN H Tha RaltnrlA not frrjfaf Vnr ft uBfl Uneeziogr SoidljyarugHstor mail et by EovWWdiIewSN Y VpJ AINT YOU GOT NO OME OrVare1Sjouxot SILtiUMVwitt ibonoyquIve7 Dy yqj waii t tp make a change The lake adyjanjage of thc Lqw Bouud Trrip HomeseekiD or One Wa SeUIerlTRates offeriec by the S LouisJBail way rheVVdldsFairtiie To the West and Soajhwest Icliets oh saieJPirs au Third Tuesdays raeach mupthqp to and iocluding Lr1L3i11V9QJ Ask usfor rates J L irvinGo tZrarre GeiFi P s Agi ivdy Agi LbIslkiKy Rev Ira R HIckH903 Al mairac f To say that this spfenilid work of science and art is finer and batter than ever is stating i mildly The demandior it js far beycrod all previous jars To aYtbats2hreSullS feachin g thronieli thjrty years are not based upon sound senseand uae uIniss is1u institstcithIntelll gence of toe 4uillions Prof Hicks through this gi eat Alma nac and bis famous family and scion tific journal Word and Works s doing a work for the whole people not approached 07 any otHe man dr publication A fair test will prove this 10 any reasonable person Added to the most luminous course in as tronomy for 1003 forecasts oll storms and weather are given as never before tar everyday inthe ear all charmibgly ilue trated with nearly cso hunmed engrayinga The pric of the single Almanac includiiig pos tagd and mailing is thirty cents Word Aand Works with theAlma nac is 100 a yar Wbteto Wprd andWorkv Pu irsnag Co 2idl Locust fc3tveett StVpoui Mo and prove lo yourself the Ir great value Iorsi ttiiri bibi Vrom a hard fist lathe bulietot t cold vind upon a pair of improperly lungs A few minutca exposure t cold may be thebeginning of couvum tiou Lose neither time upr courage Ebrtifjr yourself agiiu8t ulmooery troubles including consumptton with Aliens XrHBjT JffBt AIew deses will loosen tMe cough aid cnable you tcf et rid a Pbkga Curc folowi P11BL10 SALEV OF THE S P LANCASTER BrJUEGRAsSFARM- S P Lancaster iecntttrs c Plaintiffs vs Hugh Stoup c efendthitsS As Eixeeutor of the late P Lancaster by virtue of a judge ment of the Nelson Circuit Court rendered at Us October term 3 902 will on Satr4ayRecernker 6 19O2I ABOUTTHEOU1t OF 11 A 11R ai the front door of the dwelling ouse oti the Nichols farm he e inafter described sell tttpublic ftiiterytt idderhe tine IJluegrass farm- situaled fq Nelsolrcpuntyj Kr and known as the Nichols farm ituated bout ictrni1et north nsL of Bardstqwn on the Bards i Tii Wwn kncfPirfilI turnpike con taining about 625 acres and de scribed asa whole as follows Bounded or the North by the lands of John Neal John Hall and Henry Brewer arid Ike SUel bounded on the east by the land of John Magruder and Peter Plahertyj Winded on the south y the lands of Nalj Bro and trjsb Riqge urnpikeaud bound ed3ri the west by the lands of Mrs Shelby Wilkerson and Mrs AnnieiLutes Tho said laud is composed of three tract und de Icribed as followoi First traSfc or jtfaUavu tract containing about 117 acres is de scribedlasrfollow viz Bounded on the nprth by the lands of John Ifeal bounded ou the eas by the Eairfield turnpike bound JJ on tje sduth by tbe second tract h rehid scribed known as the Spalding tract bounded on he wept by lands of Mrs Shelby Vilkerson aSSecond tract known as the Spalding tract containing about 680 acres bounded as follows Bounded on the north by the ands 9f Mrs shelby TilKe5 r andsaid Ballardpr Neal tract pf land bounded on the east by the lands 0f IVJ Flaherty bounded on the south by the lands Of Nail Brosr bounded on the west by trie1 lands of Mrs Annie Lutes The third tract of land known as the Weight containing about 225 acres bounded on the north by the lands of Henry Brewe ike Steele and John Hall bound I ed on the east by the lands of John Magrudcr and Mrs Sue Magruder bounded on the south by Irish Ridge Turnpike bound I ed on the west by the Pairfield pike TERMS Sale villbemacTe on a credit of six twelve andj eighteen jnonths equal install ments Purchaser required to give bond with 9pprQyedsecurify payable to the executor of S Pi Lancaster deceased for the bet efit of said Lancastec estate for payment of purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment hearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid with lie h reserved on said property until all purchase mon ey is paid Said land will b sold first an said seveuU tracts or parcels and then be sold as iit whole and thbid will be accept d which brings fie niost money NATtWoALSPEAD Executor of S P Lancaster I LOSt Strayed from my place on the Beech one mile east of Texas on or about pet 19 a black yaar ling steer half Jersey Reward for any information leading to its recovery HAMSON ROBERTSON 455t Ttb Best Remedy For r pr From Atchisoh Run Daily Glob Thi ir the sf a4on When the woman whQ knotrs the best remedies for cooup is In domaild One of the most te r rlble things in tIlCv1d is to be aw akened in the middle of the night bye a vrhoqpfrora pne of the children riI croup reme jes are nlmost jure to brf ipet hi case of croup as a rcvolv iviIs sure to bo lost in case of bitr lcrs There used toibc an old fashioned remedy for croiipknbwnis hive syrup an3 tolu but epme modern qpthers say that Chamberlain Cough Remedy iis better ana duet not cost so much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm qujcker and gives relief in a shorter time Qive this remedy us soon as the croupy cough appears Jatd it will prevent thfe attack it neve fails and is pleasant to take Sold by C Haydon Pu ent Sound Is one oif trie rqosi Juvorid pt r Lions of our couotrj Its his tory id fascinating PS scenery wopdorfullv arand itsiodustriic and nmi u t afiai 1i litii nakiceV iiscljinatempist balin Cool and lifegtvfug It is desiTu d iq bi cpnpone r our must popu lousav ditseapprt and JodntiU turi Jr serv 1i 6 j5fLYpnderlaudlJO It era Paciific 131t4lJius an iaccounVof ttiiLO o Ltj wilIi ifetht Vestiug a6df valu i leca 1ll o1 everyripHy ijdijr and oldS Jticl Ori s 7S lee General Passeoj er Agent NorfhernPac iflc Railway St P4tl Minn Si x c4s fyi tIe irit- be surprised to learrv wjh t a fav prj d4Bd here Is aw y uplJo trn C91- n 1 ii w i= Pe MentalStrain Afffected Gen eral Health 4 1l Doctors Doses Weala ened Stomach o of DrJfi1 Nervine Cured Me b Dr Miles Rcsto aUve Nervine brings resttiland sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out ith the cares and anxieties of the sickroom ead the following 1 have nlwaysbeen healthy with the cxtt ception of a touch ofrneumatisp since my age came on up tb the time of myhusband S last illness some years ago Itassisted in nursinrmV husband for nearly three months when he departed this Jife and the mental train 1 thinkcusedzuyVtroubletASidC from extreme neijvoushess my trouble cons neuced with sor throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purjjative doses whscnn weakened me y ry much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach JitidittIesnpetiteani1 bed a greaten part of the time Within a week after the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic 1 was up about the house I continued their use Until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of other people our daughter havj ing used Restorative Ncrvne with splctdld results in a case of para ysis and a friend to whom I sent a boxtof the AntiPain Pills re ports that she has been completely cured of neuralglaby their use I know of a nurdber of others whom ourmedicinc has helped ina latge degree Ijwish you continued success MRS FRANCESjCojrFMANUaytou Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Wiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FLIGHT OF THE SNIPE It DoilalnciCpmeM From the Ancen tral aietlioil or AVoldlutr toes The flight 4f the snipe Is swift vigor Otis nudiisiinjlly for the first few yards erratic rise bloT gets undei ivny smartly flJll a usual thing goes bor Ing up wind In a style rather suggestive of a feathered corkscrew A series of elebtrlcal zigzags got bUn tot top speed whereupon his prbgresg Bteadies a lilt and lie darts away In Something shore like n strdight line As a general rule a flushed bird springs few feet into the air bangs for the fraction of a second then Uegins to twist and d dge as though the Old Boy waa at IsIs raiL It would be very teresting cb ildwe discover the original cause of the dodging Possibly sons ancient foe now icing extinct was best baffled by that mode of flight for there usually Is some such explanation for pqpuliaf actions by wild things Because tbi flight happens to be lutz zling to a gunner Is no guarantee that the bird dodges for that purpose such an explanation would imply a deal wore intelligence than the entire tribe of snipe are possess J of Snlpe of course dodged on the wing long prior to the appearance of firearms ijnd it Is extremely uullkelj that the erratic tligbt has anytbingi the nature of protective tactics agairst the devices of human foes Edwyn Sandys in Out lus VIA Plea For Leisure indivldujilB will rather helplessly re ply to a jpleal for leisure by saying What aff we going to do Competi tons hustle Mid we must do the same or starve Some will urge that the American temperament demands con stant occupation that hustling is our national trait Well I liavis ho desire to4 Insist that we go bck to stagecoach days But all of us have plenty of opportunity to tone down a Little uVbd why not try it A ria tionaL trait may be doHgerous aa well as useful may steed control If the average individual would make more leisurely juse of his leisure there would i not be ncfirly asTuauv cases of nervous prostration as tlierd sire now Put cfa the brakes a bit Take things a little easier tfcu you cats I kuov people who are hover content unless they ar doing something Such abnbrnlalde sire for Activity is not natural it an unnatural cr vfug It will be well for usnot to be so eager to gratify It Great Round World A Mimof Stcndr habits1 Itwa a very angrf man who met an ncunlntancd on the street the other day thought you told mo that was a man of steady habits wpre bis fIrst words following the usual salu tatlonI I said I required a man of absolutely steady habits and you were very positive in your assurance that the man in question vaa such n one Wellj hits be proved otherwlscVV Why nina he ta drunk nil of thy time in fact I do not think Jhe has drawn fa sober breath since he has beets with me Theh what nrc you Jumping on ue for Ypurr own atatcment bears out just wiat told you about him have known D for tlie past ttli inotftI nml inov that he has boon ilrutik during all of that period mid If tin it Isnt bblng a man of steady habits Idllkdto knowwhaHMUif1 NewYork Times For Votimln iron Unity nl Vwyi often we road foi hcaa K soil Jronehnvlng ftruso nail thrust lutahis foott or bond which frequently enlists lock jitsyVA writer BiippllM tlte following Blruplq renudy vouching for Its clll cmeys hid wrtahvlylt inlgh boifisted without much trouble and no danger ItJsl simply to utokp thoroughly ouy brulst of wound that Is Inltamed with jurnltig vrookncloth itis said fluit5 twenty mltititcs In the femukq vill take the pain out of the worst cise of Inllaiiiinatlon arising from cucn a ouat1V I IiiiNliIi flu IIiimllltj I bellev Lintt1Ie llret test ofjt trul S great iiia Js lintliit I d t mean Iy1IU1flhlIt3 c1oubtfvlj iils power eli ieltittlbi in i1ekuiikth opIniOns but a right uinlerstanuTng of all the rciationH betwdcit what be can domrfd say andJtliQ rct of the worlds sayings and doings Al greaf Inert nor only 3isow their busIness but iicunllv kiiot4 that they kiiiv jt jy they to not tlilnk uny better of lliciils 1viVa that accountrJohn Ruskin vresgg r Mr TiiisidicrJ1pjiMlt is Tartjey you may guess what Ier- ba come to say to you this evening 1Jkf i1Jit15MIts artloyles and Iyo got a bi t willy ihidgo Brown that you wont bavM1ieisvejo say iL1li1Ihai1Dl3 V Prcs f VIllav jeereBice A man with ananusually large moul a has the habit of oeutnpit ojs son occns1onicjy wldej TidstJ11ie ofU day jadmlnl if terefl a mild rebuke qcotsp VWide please prefeF istood oiihad and wbrk Life = r PHANT CtOTi Jilnc poet Ulplv the Mn Jorlty Belnsr lntlpr isiKlitF et The average terjii of lot yolephnnts life Although there Is rib precise W formation oh the point Is seventy or eighty yejjrs The clepliant Is not In full vigor and strength till thirtyfive ofli most rfiiuy wiijOi luiiiiuiti uu nip pijoxlmatjj ldea otthe nge is by the- inouut o turn itiver of the upper edge theven In young animals spnifri times tip to the age of efebt or niner ycarsj the edge IsVuitc straight Itthowever then begins to turnover and- y the tune the aiiiinal Is thirty the p geS lap over to the extent of tn Inch at nd between this age and sixty this iJncrcases to two Inches or slightly at more Extravagant Ideas are held the height of an elep1sa1itVSueh a thing as rfn elehhaut measuring tetic feet at the siiouldf doptfyuot exist Jiidia or Burma Samlersou who is ad t mElted to be the best authority on the subject says the Hirgest liiafebe ever met with measured 0 feet 10 Inches itnllest feinfole S fet 5 IncIses The majority of olppbants however are below eight fcfct iiud an animal rarely reaches nine feet the female being slightly shdhcr than the maltS 5 The carcass of ait ftepbant T feet 4 lath es tall weighed ldportions gave a total weight of 3000 pounds so an elephant welghiilg two tons should be common enough TIle skin was about three Ajr fourths of an inch thickIA Arent Speech A lawyer wlic e eloquence wan of the spread nglercort was addressing 3tlsaopponent growing teary went out side to rest irVD Is making a great spoech aid a friend totiij bored counsel j Ob yes MrV U always makes a great speech Ifyo1t or I had ocdnsioii to announce that twoaud two utah four wed be jnstfobls enough to blur It right out Not so Mr B He would say Vlf by that arithmetical rule knows as addition wo desired to strive nt tin sum of two integers added to two fn tegers we should Ond and I asseirt this boldly sir ajid without the fear of successful contraction we I repeat should find by the particular arithmet ical formula bjcfore mentioned and sir I hold myself perfectly responsible for the assertion I am about to jnakp that the sum of the twojglven Integers added tp the two other Integers would be tour Served Him Ollcbt Yes said the sad looking chap I was n gay burglar once but an accl dent pit a a end to my career You see I was a humorous chap foo You llook It said the wise guys der hs breath t got Into an art gallery one day by telling the Janitor that I was a picture taker Itook snot of them too amos which wits one of Plugugly the chats plon prizefighter of 1S45V Did they catch you asked the wise guy No replied the sad looking mail Flugiiglys portrait was next to my solar plexus and I had to drop them vail It was eucha striking likeness Of course It waa to be expected that the sad looking mail shoultf get the worst of the tight that followed Cln cludatl Commercial T bune THE CANNIBAL TRE A Wonderful flnut jToniid In the ij Foroi of Anmtrnlln One of the moSt wonderful forest trees In the world ft the cannibal tree of Australia which grows up In the shape of a huge pineapple aud stl dom attains a height of snore tha eleven feet5It has a series of broad boardlikc leaves growing In a fringe at the aptjx which reminds onte of n gigantic Central American agave Wisest standing erect these broad thick leaves bide a curious looking ar raugcuicuitl whlcb appears to perform the sam i functions zis hose of tuo pistils isis flowers Naturally tcboardlikc leaven which are fruits tiit to twelrc feet long In the sinnlloi speelmeits and ron llfteon to twenty in the larger hang to the groiuiil and are strong enough to Ear a mans weight In old nborlfjlun tijous In the anti podean wilds the hn fives worsiiii cd the cannibal tree under the statue the deyll tree the chlc part of the ctTcmony consisting of driving one of their nuinbor up the leaves of the tree to the apex The Itistmit the victim would touch the sr called ptetils ol iytylife out of tlit Intruder Early travel ers declared the tree held Its vlt tlhi until every particle of flesh ill a appeared On thus accoiuU It Is ralloil the cannibal trim coisni Jladys Wliy did she ever liarrj1 lilniV tithcl On he said he couldut vo without herVOladiS Well hf ought to get medal for life snuiiigttsclcV When a woman tins awoak case slit odds her sex to It and wins sisal wlien site Irasnstroti2 case sin subtracts her tm nini drais with yots lined tiiaiiTit flvesiiig Void fr Your conduct to hers should form the measurpqr yov own etpe tntlons r opSd have Eidney Troub le and iJoajt Know it- t 1nd Out Fill a boitior5coxpitson glass with ye water and let tand twentyfour houra sediment or fiet tnng Indicates a- nf unhealthy condi iY tion of the Sid fneys if it stahis 4iI your linen it is evidence of Md VflY trouble too A frequent dislre to pass it or pain in tr the back Is alsoi cpfnvinehig proof that theskldneys and blad der are out of order 5Vt What to Do Tfiere ts4 comfort In thV knowledge so bfea expressed that Dr KilmerJs Swamp Root the gttat kidney remedy fulfills Avary wish in curing rheumatism pain in the b ck Wdney3f liver bladder and every part qf me urinarypassage it corrects Inability pozslLiWine Qrbeer apd overcomes that unpleaaa ft- tjecsiyof bglng cdrnplI d5to go aft en mg the dr and tdgct up many tim drningthe n1ght The mild and the eats qrdlnajy effect of SwarapRoot Is sW6j W zed It atand the iiihdst for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases Ifyou need a medicine you should have Mho best Soktby druggists in5Ocandhshzi s You may have a sample bottle of this discoverykod KVT jiooreaWut It both sent absolutely free by mall a4sa Dr 101 It i UwitsRec I Commissioners sale WASIIINCITON ChltU1T eOUILT C McCbord pjaip Against i CJ5 Saritb A and Q A Benedict DTtsff By fartuo QtajuE inLad order sale ot the Wuftnfuctpn Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1902 in the above cause for thasumof300 with iterest at the ato of six per car yannnm trOts thc29tbdayof DecvUiiar 1901 until all I shdl proco d to offer for sale the C oili t House inSprlngfleld Kyon the 24th diiiyemberltki2 2 oclock pm tie thereabouts bein County conrtd to the high est bidder atrPublic vcutlon upon reditof months the following described propertyVVlC1 or sum cient thereof to pi the sums o money so ordered nade Acer tain tract of landV Vd in Washing toneountyand tus Uoutided lowit Beginning atabl ick walnut corner ti Barlow homestead TTundley a line ahenco 3 77 H7a 4 stone thcno 10B54 14 poles to a stone corne o Hundly thence S 77 12 W 180 pole 0 n beech In Mrs Sharps Unajtlienc I 14 W 201 poles fa horn bean c jr Sharps and Wai1 1ince N 77 12 83 12 pole to a ione corner said Wall thence N4E30 poles to stone corner to said Wall thence 5 1 2 E 12 polea to aetone thence 13 Wj54 pUO8 to tone corner t Calia4 iWencVs SI2E 108 poles t stone corner to said yall thence OW 115 poles tothe middle of count riad at Doe Run cornet to Neal the ip drain N3JEtJthence N4 12E 12 poiea Mo mid Io of wafer gap orner toH B More thn3e N 79 Efl6 oi tf a stone corner ta Goode am yddano thence withJLyJlfr IIHS 6 E 80 12 poles to corner ofhono- steid thence S 31 T 72 12 piles to a stbne thence 3 E52 poles to the beginning containing 180 acres 3 roodS and 2 square poles Amt of dt an- dAmtofcostBtbiV34i1 int aie aaVSSaUS Total amount to be made 33640 Foe tho purobfese price tbepnrchasj er or purnnasers with apporo vod se curfty or Btiretbs must exacute botul bearing logal inttr f Irons iota of role hntft paid arid ing iVe force and effect ota JuduMwnt BhfdPrH wiirbe required tOVV nply promptly with these thtnihVTFOS ilEDfJY IOV C C li you are bHJbus ar seek advisers rake DeVItt LittiV rrly Rtra Jus before going tViYen will find oti llcti rrcv You are rid ofyoir row Thats all jnst curV saidj i Thce famous pill co not rijSe fint moVc the bowels c Ty and easily clcanainfr the liver Tueir fnic iI1 ect ffiv i strength to Jie glaiid pr vei tiug a return of the isordir Cl J Haydon VV Stepped gal jt Stop A child of Mfs Gym T Bets a wh tettit1g his utnal Si IatiIt hail stepped back ajgatu hot stoveNjiicH 11greatnothing to pacify hi Rent rfng that sh lad bottle of Clia ri lius Pain Mi n in the J jsc she thOiyjht she rrou j try U in less than half at hour the child was asleep and ill less thah two ra well Mrs Benson is a well known Ce0at of KelfcerVa Pain Jlalm isvn aivptic lincmcrit and especially valuable focc utsr iirut hrUise For sale by tIayd- n1OU Woeth of Free If there is a piano in your Jiome we will send you without charge sovtn splendid musical composltiena two vocal and five Instrumental Three IIofand cannot ba boo t in any music j fitoro for ss that 00 With thorn we will send four I traits of great composers and four large reproduc tions of famous paintings of vmuslcni subjectsV Why We make this Offer Wc mnke this offer to rjllabla riteS and emon to unablo us to end lnforv ixtioaregardingour Librqry of tlie Vrorlds BcatMudlo wtslhi3jb8oItttj ly thobebt coliecyon j btnunental music ever published contains mord music mora llluslra tions and more biography of compo flers titan any other muSical Library It Is for general bomf uso jjnd fjv 1t1tiittyour name ano iridresa and TEN CENTS in stairpy for poatagp and wrapping xvriting kindly mention this pet Ideal JTtUMIVBRSl OC1ET Y DepfD 78 Fifth AviM New York oraBa VJ If y u have a bsici y ju need a good reliable mcdk itke Chambcr ins Oough RetneI ossin and re hcvc it nudV0 sliaV j inflarnatiu and irritation of t1ftil1 1tsiii For sj Ic by drugirbii ydon 1liic is ictaJ Jy no ducasc more distrecst g uy iupyinj tlnn piles Tabkrs Buckeye PHe Oiutmeuf is d Hv curing cases of arsstandliip of itching Jiiid blecdJlt nTe The 1cureJUtic yerscVcraiice makaLA tim 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