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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, November 27, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 new1902112701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, November 27, 1902. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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wilKWdiiVbared or bZCaODjc siLtit did uerkJi rtd t1 t ne rdo JowOrk Tkey are wlaula ysniIcketfor wbichjihey piuk a turk rI fli jve elifWe all to ied Anawthnfaeerybst tt f T 11 fl lI veobc every season and are rotTkin of en yet f j bandIj I Tiikate comes aronad each season along with Mr Snow ijiaf yomd better JU to aaeetem place of ganajbllng off vour dongb ItcLawrenceburJ 9SS MS ulli PPPP9VW5SfSSSy5 ySS 1 9BH p1jf VIX t xnv elup nr t yy Lani U7Si that to- i1co or Jess extent te success Of ar acbiexemeitc depends on ba QXitIOPSLoniv prpna to aYerlook the fact that he i1i14giY ihau1 eIwhtrfQ the b4iinga which everyone c a1iIre5 ithiat must IY1h MdI1U1t4 in life ThcLvto1 of vetting aside a day fclhanksgiving iis a beauti- LMIa1xI ij ireninderi to li who care td take heed that tbafcloMure Jp daeiio the Creator for besii s the tottdence lof which a1te abnndanironfall sides ThuS btruIb n yeaV of ab junatnt Harvest ana1 prosperity in this gat land anpV there should be no trouble to ffind pauses forI gratitude andthanks Tbsksgivingday is truly an Am Juncan tustom ndtbc first hamksfivirig according to his Jory oj ufta ft the tyyoipnttf Colony soon after thelanding of ine Pilgrims j 2fThe little la rvei of the settlers had bee- niucpeu13y gottEn in the lJi- dI MwtteSJqf the imoment peaceful arid jiverytoing looked bright md Bore promising tci tbV 1ttlf community than it had for A long- tiMe So 1 day of Thanksgiving to Goi for hi great mercies was ItrcOlt1e sthunts iR rie colony four twere 8ingldi pkut by thQ G9Yrm r who fsent Jheni fowling that- thereimight be wherewithal for aoflejoiping The game they fbisraght bacfcwit hem was1iwildturkey hence the bird whose sorereigniy on that cfayhu fro two hundred YrearSibeen Ufl1SpUted lit I or1ett lam teloci1 patrons of tbe lepJtOft crice last week by aif toll Jbrutra charge had beeq put J ion mewagefi 1be AsFi1 tl lt s1 Cn prppIe j4bduleor prices would be maftitalned and the same free linee recognized bcoidingtoS- I con met between the Town of Springfield and the telephone company any attempt nthe pprt of thellatter to violate that contract would result in steps bVinji g tkett by the town Trus i togs to witibdraw from the tele pliones company certain exClu jinive prlyijigeif of right of way The Board pf Trustees held a special meeting4 on learning of the action of the telephone peo pie and pepared to register a rck which wouldKare reached from one end 6f ihe great cprpo mtipus lines ip the other It deems tbattbe toise of the pro t tot tibcic yi lathers did TreAch tite ears of the management of ilc tefepho e company in ra far J off cityi from which the obnoxious erder had coue and immediately cnmethe r qi8fstfor an armistice The telepkone management f erwards explained that the order to cbargeX toll which had Ciused such a kick had been iftiwle through a mistake arid tha- tty woui ltake it all aSk The Irastew accepted the explanation and forth time leased bOOth iivjs but there is a suspicion a rco4 tbat the action of tte ielepbone people WM a p ffitdiUjtd bluff If adl 1n4k 1tkc9t tbey were eaticJ gent and strong aril robablj waliwi by ihw tine that the Town Trusties will stad no renigging on a con tract The Cumberland Tie phone Gp ha5 spent a good deal Pf money on their lines and about Springfield recently and the patrons are enjoying bope4thi other day was purely n error on andihatSptipJftet continue Jtoipn joy a cheap and efflcieit tefi fiprieuservice jI IQ IOty CourtD a which is almoatex ilusively a Kentucky custom seems to lose none of its popu larity asstimo progresses arid as new cnstoms andnew innovations come and go The weather is never top bad nor the season too busy for jthe farmer to take a day off and hie himself to the county seat on that one day invtbe month there to trade to horse swap and to get in touch with his brother farmer and to keep posted pri the markets and state ofaffair in general throughout the courity Springfield has justly won the reputation of hving the biggest court day of auy tpvjrn noir its size in the state jlnf ct thcreitu tnwrfw ank country towns a tliu in the state where county court days have been pronounced nuisances and laws have beN passed tare1nder their pbserv ancesinthe oldtime way almost impossible The day atthis place isfa popular one and we hope to eitr continue so It promotes friendly intercourse not only be tween farmers but also between farmer and townsman which fatter especially is a good thing forasthe townsman denendent orijthe farmer so is the latter de pendent on his town friends for many favolf Dlsat a Waa iCareleasness is responsible for many a railway wreck and ibe same causes are making human ttcksol throat and lung troub Jeii But siqce the discovery of for Kings New Discovery for consumption Coughs andColds oven the worst cases can be cured abd hopeless resignation is no lOnger necessary Mrs Luis Cropg of Bopjbestor Mass isone pf many whose life was slAved by Dr Kings New Dis coven Tbis rnU remedy is guaranteed to ii throat ana lung diseaNs hy J Haydon Druggist Pit 25c5Oc and 100 11r1s but p free Salesmen Wanted To look alter ur iatorests in Washington and djacent coun tiesi Salary or commission Address the HX JVEY OIL Co Cleveland Ohio Notice The St Rose farm is Posted aaccording to ti w rn 3 all hunter and other trpanas urs are notifieti o stay off L- BAoTffoli4mnigel ll liijcrc2t lVcrnflhigremyc- the HnhMlthytUu9on which worms thrive iibjrln5addfLufcklTfatieattny condition 2pf tody Tbere worm pai not iUt Price0 25 cents Hayd ons A d tJ Ji ii rCsra4i PflssItsIjQJMTL Mi HaBey of Geneva Obit had- the ileaf6i5O years Doctor ei1elt4o him aotastIngo4D- eWitts Witch Hazel Salyc aed him peraueutlj Invalaable f cuts brat braises tpraiat ecxema aceratloaa tetter salt d1eua4itae il dsaee I oek fer th1 mm DeWitt M tIIepadcaftei All et1tea 1 lNaP1 tide ceesu- risicH4o Kuril ieflverv tc JetGellerlp If the infortnCtjon that coin s from Washington is to be relied upon and tftere13 no reaso tb baiieve to ttie contrary the ruralist everywhere had as well jcelt ready jimi I welcome the free rural delivery ofi math Thtf officials of thio stofSce depart uaent nook hfcjJ1fam now toTIie extension Cfrural free delivery throughout tie United States ysithe rcingtoni Democrat They have m4de their estimates a5Jto hat iVwill cost to deliver letter drivety American farm or pIuiation1in Jth ipiieJy settled and thickly settled perth JtJnj t j raItherkinhithAi1 l will take aboulltittaptdan the preksnturvicobretended at the rate t of 12000 routes a year until the 700 000 square miles of terriyyetto be coVer ed have been taken care of there will be for several years an an nual deficit iapostal revexnies of from 8000dOO to 10000000 The deficit will iVis averted i disappear gradually as tlie reye thlIinpr V d poltfadhitiea Not 4liveryf 4 pf an exp rinfent The lkrnierif for whose bsnefi it wjit ld ell did not iiri all qvattera take- kindj5jo tet lf tvB tbey irfully now the advantagasofltnt new departutie There 14 anm creasing pressure for the lept b lishment otrural route and the representatives of i co ltry djs trict who can not securl foii iE thing in thiS line for hisi cn stituents runs the risk of osjng hisi popularity will Ijysitfeet A remarkabla case cnmps tp light atEijziibetn W Va An old man there by the name of W G Rpber i las llong suffered with incurable cancer Everybody believed his case hopeless until ha ugedl EiccLnc BittKrs and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve The treatment cured him compietelv Now everybody who knows of it is investigating Electric Bitters It exerts a mighty poVej r to expel billions ne Jd Kidney and Liver troubles and its a powerful tonic for rnri down systems Dont fail totry it Only 50 cents Satisfaction guaranteed by CJ Haydon LpiLij 101148 Some ot the most anxiouS moments ofa mothers 1Uc are those when the little ones of the household have the croup Thereiinot other medicine so- effectiveln tht terrible malady a FoleTB Honey and tar Itla a bouae- bold favorite for throat and lung trouble andatlt cbhtatnt no opiates and other poitdnt It can be safely given Sold 1 wo4qe Campbell Herbine sweeten the breath brightens the yesand clears the complexion wijhout the slightast ill effects batev rand eature the sat ural bloom of beaith Price SO ctv Sold by 0 J HkTdon Deputy Blind tJm ted TltcpIWilliam Blades arrived yester day afternoon having in charge H H Wright of Lebanon Junci tion whom h0 had arrested for alleged violations of the internal revenue laws The aprest of it came about jn peculiar in uer When Fred Leslie who ony a few lays ago was released frimjaM iiiure was indictadj by tj last traIl grand jury on acirgtil ecv onating a fjade oljr Mr Wright and hisi ifu irore wit nesses againbl They con duct a OIhouse at Leb anon Junci Jand both claimed that Leslie liad secured board at their hon e by pretending toj be anofficeriindthat eprQmisI d to pay them Leslie pleaded guilty td the chart e as sc J forth M the indictment and was given thirty days in jail His sentence expired Ilast week and he imnae autloritie of1rHp claims that the business wa j i house1ksale aIiJJna through a blind liger contrivance i A warrant was worn OuV and jd livered to Marshal Blades and yesterday he appeared before ttpited Sttss 1 = y with t Wright gay a cub bond for his appearance befoJSrtfae comtou JJ J sloner at 2 oclock Saturday Jaf jternoon November 12Louis vill Comnaercial fronilodigestlon or dyspepsia when tQetjungle bottle of Herbine would brine about a prompt and permanent cure A few dote trill do more for a vrak Stomach than a prolonged cue of any otWer U3ine Price 50 cut at Haydont drug store r J iTSere is no eough mcdici e so pop iilacma froley Uouey and Tar It- cwiIaini 6opiai or poison nd never failt to cure Sold by Woo A CimpTjel I Never try to coaza cough or a cold np etbe remedy that nhfailingly cou querp both paUards Horchouud Syrgvilathe great specific fQr all the throat ahd lung troubles Price 25 anO cen s 861d at Iydcna Jail Del very The jhree supposed store rob bore or freight car thieves ho- Wttrp taken up hereII bautu mbpth agu and placein 1an and heJfli only on the charge of false scapelaltFtrrJay larje tboyRh Jailer Cbatbam prbrty onereil a rewal d for thfir arresand reburn They iTe their name as Ed Fisher FjratilcPisbe and Charies Mar Ijo Some caefp jeweiryand abrtwo dozen pairs of pants were found some in their pot sjeisslon and sonein cornjabocka eViiebtly hidden by them but as nopwqer or claiaaVt appearwl for be stolen plunder nothing can be proven on tho prisoners ijMtie they we re being held on ihpj ne ohirge buy real T to wait d opemonts Tne Wilmort 1Io9d bounds were ordered here iiomathe prisoners escape vfafrdiscovaredand they arrived about 10 a m took the scent and trail at the jail but became cpof used and lost it aftei reach ijog a straw stack half smile out The prisoners utilizjd a wire surreptitiously0 given them btra trusty oat of whish they made kytounlockthe cell door Tbe only tking they loft as a souve nir for the jailerr was a rabbit font Ab they were adead qx pence to tbe county while in pfftou it is perhaps well that they got away Harrodsbufg Democrat IMP 19 a bfisi Aitad Upon that bad cold and4not wait tor it to wear itself enU Perry Davit Painkiller is a powerful ally Use it Internally with warm aweetened water Rbwe11 into the inflamed throat ank sere chest aid when v the foe hat taken flight you will understand why me and ipaamodic competlou makes lip diJTercncc in the papslazfty of ORe Painkiller Pem Davis AHwaoute atomizer IB treating nasal catarrh will pt the kit relIt roni Ely tiqttii Cream Balm Price including prayer 75 centsotd by dnt git or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warrei 8t N Y Mewrt Ely BeeI sole two bottle of yoirLiqaU Cream Balm to a cutI timer Wm Lamberton 1415 Dele chase Street New Orleani He hat atcd tWo bottles giTiagI him wonder jfal and aatlsfactory resalt Geo McDaft Pharmacist A lIemarkblWoman Mrs Snide Casileman of Har din countyis one of the most re markable women in the state Bbe is ninetythree years old and haw bad but few dayrof ill ncsidunn this extended penod Ber health is excellent and she is phylcatly as strong as WOIUB ivIfaculties and has a memory that remarkable She han otnniv erous reader is conversant with any and sverr topic anti 4tit fluent conversationalist She remembers vividly the little in Cid fitg oilier past7 life and bail otr Riiniberine hiitriotKegiri call dates Mrs Qastleman was bp n And reared fn the same iibborboodi whert Pretldanft tiuicoln attended school when bby She does not remember of having eyeraUend d school with him altbiiG6ey wire about the v naa ago l wesJgjiJy GilD FH JJafrof Ashley III writes r takernulhelped oae more than any other gi diclnel I trIed many advertised gneejil iToleyf KfcHey C reial it cure sit SWMre edflnneaelairit Iwav la 1541ka shape that I coel4 hardly ret liowheii once down Sold b Wood I- Cmpbtll1 A Siirii Thlhi As the Daavilie papers nave COMB down from thWflaming aticlei un the certaiiatV ofgetf jtiigjheSoutheri extension and are aintiplngi an om idU3siT nce pn th subject we look to the Lancaster Record fut inforr ItietjsueiEdLtprLandmumi i Danvilles time for tdrnlrfg over the right of way teMr Spencir has passed Whit 7d fear comes trout u private source but its reliable and about 9 t j101t A high moguKwho thinks Dauville the garden spot of tile earth has neon using- might and min for that trwn Now the people over there hive found they will not be able to ettbrilbi of way and as a final resort want tfaqSputHera to get trackage rigbtf frpin Burgin in Danville over itbje Q 0 then use the goner theybavi cotItd sad abt thy hop igetrfrom LtiuiVvfllV tpjrafds so curiog the dltlilofi r ibe 9tja- na SduthekHt also In twf way abos can DalvillKet bishe wants Tn PedbJe of Burgibi Harrodsburg and Lancaster are onto this and when the time cos for final settlenieB ef the matter Iit will ternifiate as the Record has rflwavs predicted the physIcal connection beIng made at Burf it and the eaten son Will run vjz bincaater Os1Iut tugLcixs Is the onlr harmless conrh cnrethat rives quick relief Cures Congh colds croup bronchitis whooping cough pneomonia asthma Lagrippe and all Throat Chest aad Iung tronb let I pot soaked by rrin says Ger trude B tenner Muncie Ind and eon tracted a severe cough I failed rapid IT lost 48 Ibs My dntggiat recom CouRbcareTheCrlt dJeightSCare cuts the phlegm relleres the congh drkvrB out infiamatiov and cure croupA ideal remedy for children c Hayden i Tikcilp Onmy pIsce near Fenwick a black sow weighing about Z4O pounds x Owner can jjet same by proving property and paying for this advertisement and feed bill W T ADAMS Penwick Ky baa NotIce Te Taxpayers ofWashrflgoa County Your Taxes for 192 are Due Penalty goes on December lat 1902 anaif your taxes arenot paid before that date your prop erty will be subject to levy and sale See Section No 4148 1if Statutes I am1 compelledto settle in full on December 1st 1902 with tbe state and on 3aa uarrlrf 1908 wllbtfaeJ cOt tam not able fto advance tlhe mo e1opay your tuus if you force me toadvertise aad colt your property you can biame yourselves ard not me I have given you fajlr warning t mean business BYRON CROAKE Sheriff of Wafcbinjrton County Smallpox afarIyTIrnea A dreary Thanksgiving is In prospect for the employe of the Early Times distillery in Nol on eounty Dear Bardstown as seven cases of small pox have broken out there and a quarantine has been ordered against all person there including four of Uncle- S m representatives V The distillery is being operat ed at is full capacity at present AIj rge ntnIiberofmett aria af footed Messrs JohnT McGin flint ganger CAWiclditfet storekeeper J Y Thompson Coughs+ Mywirshagadeepseawiervaimfertirt HtIIH et Ayers Cherry Pecten Jar also aMlt c4 her sear pHfelj X Hlnrge Maces Celt1i ProbablyyoU mew of cough medicines that re lieve little couhfraff JVgh ClJcI IKII- The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayers Cheery Pectoral rI cS Idi IiRIa 4 If hs ys 4 s 5 s N be s rtII 111 LNM meal room man and Hines Beam in charge pf the gvariJipu eare theGoyernnientfttthe rdistillery is ovvned by J H Beam IdJi WI Shaunty is the manager About two weeks aj Pjohe pf thenegrc tf empld ed left on a triptp XJouisyiire and sho tSjf after his return a case of alit pox develOped SiD then six other ca 6sJhaVe broken1 dufebut so far hrYt toigrd havebe n stricken The authitiesbfli1t son county took tiona8as the state di affairs watj learn ed land tiered a strict Pjuarati tine erifdrded IIII r JbsW ir na Btll ciredD httiitwaid foi aMy CM ot CaUirk thAt oaanot ecaI IbyRaflsCatarrb Oe FJENEY jpf Prop iT ledR Oatprrk We the undexs3 ned kave kaowa iBbfoUtveIness transactlpnsi and financiallyablel to cart out any obllgatloti isaM by their firm Wax ct rmu4z WJp AesePIstsT- oiedo01WAIiINa klMMAX t ifARTJS Who sale DrusrglftUjToledo O Halls CaarrhCBrftUitakeaJatarnanv acUnj directly i oa ibe bloodanasin cous surf sees of the ystera Price 75e Per buftl TestlMoaialafeBi free Sold bylPrKtisti iyallsf iljr Pills aretkel t A tfH w y BeieJc TerBbinated wfth sn Ugly dit on tfaa leg ot J B Orn rSrank lin Grovd Ill It delOpeil a stubborn ulcer unyielding tov doc tors and remidies fbryears frsA Buciclen o Arbica Salye cared Uajust s good for BUrns Pii Scalds and Skin Ernptfpir H5c cents Hayddnsdrug tore Scftlitdt Tbe case of the Boyll Ration al Bank against Ipr D1O Tucker hs finally been Betted by a compromise tttermPy than j hree years litigation jill parties dismissed the pending suits against each other and eac1 Jlys liii pwn cpte fiv bankknts the hom farm and the Hood farm while Dr trucker gets he crop raised pn the farm Aisyear alsto tf balance of about 800Aover andabdveifie ainpant of the bank debttMr SamT Spaldihg gets th farm of 178 acres whichvJie pnrchaedat the sale Dr Tucker will reteii possession of the farm untjtl January 1st when tat will W move his family to Diayiile and engage in the practice pf his professionl This fdaV Qne of the hardest fought legal cases over before a cxjir Iii Marion county Je QJa xiaie wag amicably settledandt1ie oect of toad feelings exists between n- flaiSi i concerned Lebanod falcon J liPjliITtItft JN attcTaeajSjekit policeman of Nashua la writes Lit W itt thadabaicoli pjijaylai aaMi trft at least a deceit adrerticetf et fk medicine and haiL trea eajt fpom two phystciaae without gettijsay henSOtAfrIeadreconiMi4dy6lyHaneyAUdTZi e bottle CrUed8ic I StU it the grelaest coaglad laagt mtAtditt Is- theworid Seldby Wood A aPZh- eU i v II you areblloua aad seek adfier Take ieWltti LttMe Eariy Risen rJus1 before going to bed v yen will indou keJNmw You are rid of year sorrow ThatsaU just esoagh said Thee faif pill do pt grrlp bat siove the bowels gently frad easily cleaaaiasr the liver Tu 4rte tce ect gIves streajrtk toihc fbuMe jire yeplting1 a rethrnef the dieerder C J HaTdoo A Desperate rmwer Mr Cyrus VierSbrpnhthere Tuesday from Vine Groveadea perate prisoner that they could find nothing strong enough iin jOe Grove to iidfa 1iiia lift nt gro bp7 by the naiae of Sallinger He waft put in the Vine Grove palabooM Jor ittttlc en and disorderlr conlictif Be broke two locks two trate chains a pab of handcitt uiI nearly tore up tht b Mi gi When hegptintooee pfDali Patteieons cIa he kgUL jdo nothing b feha lif certeiiily tbe strongest nan ever eeaij of J this eecttonEtowNwv fr plf I lem Mllt4 J Iyke 1 bidsd nss4 roel rellatfeMeckiitt MM OfnMlMr lAi kJMhevt itJa1tMI t a d irritatlom of throat awl hut TorialebydrmffUtHaydoo t THZCLDLMZ c i rs iyJI u C ok y u PeJWDgt IfIliirr fU tr1iMrMaw Annie Gnmi J Sferp ef tWis city diM at DtlcMJlril j Infirmary at six oclocktflbie iomnIng of pneumonia aiMta1l f illness of about two mokibs 1 1 Mrs Sharp was fotmerJt tan Annie Grnndy of asfehtt J county When quite tomnf rift sii married Mr Sofosaou G fifcaip f who prceededher to the yeIIabout twenty jrears ago Since her marriage Mrs Sharp kaire 7 sidedin Bardatown wrf abs Jhas a beautiful home JFrankfoJtJ 1 hiwband and one chiMarabwrifie at that place Deceased is survived bytiir children Mr John M Kxfand MrsBennet Bu YOu of I Louisville amid Mrs S OMmirot 2 this city Deceaised wasaiU r y put and consistent aiHBbw ot the Presbyterian church aM was of kindly heart and jgeatr Pus disposition eve ready a tv Willing to aidth MM tra canes Mrs 8foarpwa8a Jiightyiel ucated and acco plih l lady and powKMed rare bnUtai ialehts Since the death of her kusband she has perso1Ijttp ro Jetintended her farm it Yallr Hill one of thelarfttt ani bit iaW ashhigton covnty and ikaged fier ml estate imChiccfo ta- P aJidelMwhererRecori q Jforall freak cats or wosads eltlie on tkehu mas subject oreit aalmah Ballaris IabwLLaeaealkeace4kiit i white for corahHskerf tgrikfei wri5tv barb wire cats aid eerie H woc lagllo1HC it cet i ts U highly commended PKce aa i 50 ent Boldljy CJ Haye f T IHofKflhIe TJ J fbaJoglivfK1i fi I and always had a luppjy ofkepi curd baits shoulders aad bee I have fotind the foltowief tte best siid a fariwsets wile bo aSJJ 1 L stew days ana who WirII matt dillctca his besss fasbecoaIiviatt IUIbgt oibeeltbod11tS I tj2fjJ i5tb hag ap io 1Jtf it nlghti t ext tIIJt bm t J weJeten 40w aiL 1ip7ts i lsy1 jIi ji uIUtitrFJ OIraea 5iI1PtSi Spik1saIt thickly ovSiv iij peCf ls v1trt dw1t I Cp1 sdoiw Pi ir ti 5- SeiiigtlM b ipsit S54 allowing two pounds os tev4rygsllon of watrTMfC t u w1iW1K bd4bsIn1 4hing t tk4trisetothtpJ brijri the sees aks it rrsiiw i nirHit itt r n II J 1n 7 doyiaMa IeI tiIiatbo Mft8t dtiagi 1irGrt cbtpsln1i i Iebtia- pke c wkl a liOtbllrflSr ww eI ik1 pu 1boya1iili 7 4111 th lash aid r 7Ii aw 111 Vl to a iim kibiij rii4- 4iWLL 4 Jrbh sides and alionidesa Ql1wvParwrovSSIl Jt keM3e Hr l w t 1 ofcdl psy aaaoyag TabMsJpIIS6d1 Ui 1 al 1fti=M4O 1 J yaas r1PrWfi tt t Tu I f a 544edf ZSl N vsle by WIcp bebS V ME NEWS LUthER KEDEVEItY1IIOMDrli v ftt AXEAR IN APVAMbE iii IiISPftINGFle p V IrE01 tf IpITK L DAVISON vi U7Jai4NJiI J l eeaI orbI1inefll notices 10 cents por siiifj ei ubsequentIuSertOUt 9k Calls on candidates and political matter t cOts pe IP rt i j ifJ Job work r done at wratebnt cash ofrr i gstbotId on diYfb M1rw A1iertI8Iug coWsi Mit 1M8 inillJj 3Ituadc 13uMoniof 4et3 per line M IVII f I UUfOUNrmBNtS e1 iis ecaty ftntesuIotS50 J 1siatyOk1cors oo ct es ii THURSDAY NOVEMBZR29IVO2S a 1 e I r IJif CI tksWe are autkId r aieof U i ltcetQf J UFSLEY tt IIa adfdatTheMcaifC1f the flaistvCIrct COUri 4 i bJectTh th a tton ol the i 1 ntlc + j Thei Stata Executive Com O Uf 4 f mite Aeetingi1eldiril w arikr tort Tuesday called a primary to hcminate the Jtemocratic candii datekotbe nine state Offices to 51e filled atIhee1ectioninNOVCflS i ber 1903 The dfteas fixed b- ytrthecommittee isMay 9 next tf Immediately after the cafi was Li issued ilnrinjUnctipn ias secure id j rt fi v t Jind pencyLng a hearing an1 de4- cisicm I Jt ofthjs mattei by Circuit Judge Garifcrill no further steps can be taken by the cppmittee f toward pr paririg for p pHmaryV iI2 Thc petit mls filed iin Jcourt iJby MrChar1 iMeachm I te eJ r 4j executiy1comrtteenuiior ti r Second w fricV Whpi witn 1r J I Ban DlTRirigp voted against the c pimAtyJp1u of noralnatyoltts hepet1tibnAis 1u1It110 autjiorrty fpr callinjg a prim L tS- ry th3taid primary i 1 woJderie t tf expoosefor til jkgi cQmniitteemen would bew liable 1 p J HciV nndertne statutes f ti tS n ic President Booker prtne Home 2 i1 jjrs TobaQqp yarehouse company tJi has pj geritedfa petition tp Goyt ri Beckham signed 1by jfortjiorie JJii ti Senators t iJJEepresentatives tZ asking that an extra session of ctheEeigisIatorQ be called te de t situation iniivulilirelbuse Louisville M r Bdoker wa ac r combantecl by Bevetul lr jairs M f c1 and Uopresentatiyes i 1 it isstatat1i fIfll dk it v t Becklt ithat lma fqw day frjen iYdUwill be flled td1en 5jOin tplain f of do Bc1I 4 1e i I t hamnamon the JlFiD1 ri lfi lot astA ntesb pf the gqlJiQhpf his eligibilityl c T 1 tLosoff Pleat11I 1 When yW cant catrtik- 5 I 1 ScotCs Emi w brajVfnId y an4 bttttciv take Scottt Emtrtgon When you hiv beenliyki on a rmlkdiet tltlKf want jsomethm little more c inourbhiH take Scott S Emulsion zij 4 TjcL efjat you mist atatt-J fat SpMtsnuISiM iareat i lattetieiv j great strengthJiveK 1ayeosrpesltantr j t tissuesIotonIyIatScoft s Emofckifl increases themaW J fleshJ bIdOd andJ nerVe friWIids 1orcon vakcags for coitumptie s for eak thikkei for a- nft t who nUdIL Scott i EmdBoiilVaLI corn fortaUe food md a natural iijg ttonic wSCteS Emulsion ri bone ir flesh Wood and nerve 1 L ii you1Mkisrtthst Nt IhIh ii tIJfIPlMf crnTr nrit 9PiarISL fyr ri tI jj srr i 1c fl ififil I1UX- iiws fiifii ffi QI 1 V9ttj 1tQ Iiii111 Ltu u 1 i i T IIIlII II t jtii t1iw Jt1i Miss thrine M dleyJdays witupendingseveral Mr McIntlresfQIdyat reaericks townr f Sam BbtVbmsls al the bed sidei f Tiis motnerl rr Deermg who e learn hslck at herhome ratRylesTl Miss Tompkins of near Louis ifle a very popnlar younglady stopping with her cougos- J Mr arid Mrs Qsar Glreeni Xhij week v v Miss Mary Sims of Louisville plesand highly accomplish d younladyJ is making quite a tay witqrMI Andersoja and sjs ter aLtbehbeatitifu1 home fLast8pcday Toe Rcbert Of Bryan was returning to the bonse- I afierniilkingand wile getting pver a fence hal st his balance tfu1i tryji5gtp save the milk and felt otpe ground and some large ipfks knoeked dut several dfhis1 front ieath and ptlierwise injur edlhim spbadljy that Dr Snxock and one of Jthe dentists of Spring field wg re quibly sum monecC If Reuben Mock made the fampusgtip imentioried in your last jssue it was not made i Bardsidwn and if it was made i BardstbWH Reuben Mockdid no make Iit for he Jnever lived in tha city JETe wpsJorn had raised in pnehalf tulle ipf Spripgi9 andlived in WashdgtoQ countN- aU liis life JSeijlived or spaeof seven yearSjWeare to- lMackvilleoneat yeartat Beach land Wand the5rcmainder of Kis lifeon TthH Ifatm iccently sold R jQiyealY Mauy intres tag JncidleutsJLcouid relate pf hi lifeiihdt wou4 nodoubt be iinter estibgto ihetreaderso theKBWS LAna o killing dter bear and vTld turkes mthe very iim Uspf SpringfleldHiUtbig gLme for he has loin iIl Qutspotstu as we roue a otig where ke knl edTthts game W A Mpck Hveil- fn Baidfstpvvjnf t the time th civi war Drake o tandenlisted inthe arwy audwbirt heretur ed he again went t work 51ui tho toW land made s vgral tine gun white there We hays a rifle that Reuben made when h was 84years old It iis as goo and niceas wbeu wade and iraQldbe a frei pleaure for u to stjowJt toiauy friend t la would like to lee it G S 4c Llate9t Lebanon who died two jfars ago last August Mrs JL Goatle of jValiey fiiii now yearscpld WIA Much of Jthe S6ldeVs Home mdand J Moekpf ueaf St Rose are nis- t only4hree Treinaiuing cbillre- out p14 and he wastbe first at hi faintjyto diejn rns 136th yeal- r Gortr1ghisre k t z SIejruMattingl aud wife were Visiting JlB Carncos family Sunday Misses itjeatL JqliaBid gett enter umiied some ofthe- frieudednesdar BertjMitttngy sold 9 to Yia OliryjintB yenrihOatir the price p idve faJHdkribw Albert jVjfbgatly vho bisoeel lu Louisvjhe foisome time wit JSr unqlei Charlie Nally iaw Jhome last Monday to remain n ChriitmasfI Missea Elisand Rosette Mb Lane uaye a sociablel lust Thursday tllveltngln hopcn MUs CarrijB mjtb Av goo many wer present and allspeD pleasauU evening Miss Uarrico Smith entertain edat Mr Martin Hamiftqns home Tuesday evening aUrgel uutnber pfi young people All preseutageiftr an enjoy able time tt ILGI lf ft j jMrspabes Logscldn iis nesick lit 0 afiikLogsdcrn is tonf- rom Indianapolis sJtedyelsee biii1 sMlss AtjniG jogsdoti VtiC her rfio hr hera Fbe firsi of tke week j r Mth D ana Swii1zthd Miss Eliza spept Sunday with th fdunily of iOicW Adam tJMsses Battle and1 BogiieNally vfsiledf theVr consin 4lrs Alex xffth aJi 1by ancT Sifti ay aryLbdOn l fiiif In MKli visited relaiiwus audl- ie lr Ib ere thlHtlfof tfe week Mrtid Mrstt fal1j4Mj SuflawtjMrar4Mrs c jJB r fi Jc pint- r Da Rocen a f i DiedPiatr W4wma at Crofsiroadfc earlv in the f irofrTbusdayw4s tQerto Cull Noel wife of Dee Noel in the 23f d ser ofher age She was h Itnotvn and oved and esieemjsd fcVJnerjgreat qualities gJ hear I ndJnT9d and heimnier4ailth f charity Pprerapst mall good works land exemplary in el1 piety she lleft behind hr the emQryof a noble Christiani woman j c WftL1SBIJRJ j 1IBarrodsburgITsMishng her daughter Mrs Josephine Sutherland t this pIa 4 f Mr Lucy Giles and little daughter Myrtle have returned home rafter a few days visit in Anderson county Miss Mae Miller is spending t ia week with Mrs Lula Hiatt Jtr Mackville Nfsl Motch Efyatt and Mrs flinnijs ShQl y wee in your town fast week shpppin- gI4rRachal Crtfmes of Bards town js visiting hep sister Mrs Joe Hyatt this week V in Miss May mte B Werriithus in Teturned home aft rOieek-t visit among her pupjls at Kirk- landl Quite a nurnbero our citizens d attended GeutityCouri at Spring tield Monday eIhl Walter Wells paid a visii to Cor nishville last Sunday J by MisOhira Shepherd enter tbthome of Mr aud Mri EdChhc1- s 00 last m hUlsdny night All report a good time osDee Noel who resides near this place died on last Wednesday s1sf rrof that dreadel dieease lon uwptiou for sveral years rewo brothers und a husband anO etmcondnctetMacks40 ville aud remains interred a the6 hadd Citf tbse friind5tlWe jiiinot for herfor She is at4t 1 st A rathani Springs84 t Bin tothi1fe of Ejl Qffla y iI8 n Ed Foster sold a horse To W j H Fotc for30 t Dock gayssotdAsol1crop ofr tobacco to J D KeeHiigfer 6eis MissSallie Dgnis tjntertuineid a number of frends last a ur day night i Hugh Gr rdon hasbeen very sick with typhoid jeverbu is i improving this writing ir Quite a Jet of tobacco is being stripped jn this vicinity th 6y ar old cliitiJf T A Gordon v ussc UU d to death ianl llj kebtle ter Bailey PinksinrihCugii- 11faj a mttrom Mr HurilerxBiislifa 45 per ncre also boughta hor e frjjira Dee ShewmaUer for 100 also a wagon and ha nes for 70 ofj rodKy re has a position i M1rs If N Denis if ve y sTck sicUat this writing With typhoid v lever iGeorye Tewell aud Miss Mot He Drtscle wero majtf iedat Rod Bridge last Sunday byRe Sale VVHlie Keeling visited friends near Normandy Monday j PnX Harry SenortTscotrduct 1n wrTting sell t e Ii t4JFLf t l LGioed Wiliam Nlcihp li n ufid fcJur Jtiby I d Hudson wllJlleave soon fojn J eland where they Jjavea sitwitachjrct ii ret4htccofromEdga r Hiuk1 fltt centS alsoJ aJtEO p from m Jet1 icnLt 6 j s A v1IYOUflgaIItlLerj Duncan tudiogJtl WeekT Dtin an jn25 cellI Iriiiftt rubt jf t u5i iiL j f DtVJleyT rrelUs on theslckf- e 41listfhis writing v 1jt Wnfieldavis6u i oitli sitk ili1i t p wm Rub giy np kl f l L J iil feiIainmentEat clay Anight All report a good time- Uly5Se it lJht tn hogs head from Jj11tj11ttltiFoster at per l tDnIeRu rpSnts an theri wedding sboiji Sver Orquch bOUghia horse rfronrWf P Ryan for 50 Vuloi Pinksron sold a crop of tobaccos Mark Shewmaker for 7ctaIss sold a p ssmtohiiSpratt for 2p cents 7- iLa t kin White left Tuesday ToYlUinois where hd expects to spend hisfiure t Grantt tc6tt s abpift done stri pingjtobacco Grant says he is gingko break the record Hillsboro Little Rpyj rjiompson is very sickw5th pneumonia byReywhich has jbeeji in progress here for the pat three weeks closed Wednesday night with Bve addi tions Mr DeQitur Dragoo and wife spent Sunday with the gFReefsBMrs Kate Ernest and daughter l dayland wife1 Rev Ellmore Mr and Thoma S tSutherlanjd and Mrs Armstrong spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Barry Shew maker MaViued at Lebanon on the 12th instMr H F Reed to Missi Lizzie Fitzgerald May their lives be cjne happy dream rMr Qi W Oder of L tsey bought afarm at thiS placefrom George Villtam Price unknown WilHani Burns and TT Moore of Tatham hare yen ed a farm here fioni Jame Settles for 160 John Leachman sold a calf to Will Thompson for 12 50 Larkin Dean and family of Cornish lie have moved in the house with Mrs Mary Clark to radkn thtjir future home Mr Jtihn Homan will bugin a sinking schpoi at this place flex t Sunday much to the delight o the young peoplf j jSoRES llLLE- Since bur last thbir has been born to hevife of Cbas Butler 12Ibloy To the wife ofP WRovtltya 10 Ib girl SThe stile Qf P GSf well amended Everything broughtfairprmces Mr Harlow contcmpla es gong wes rCOIn gatherin is kill goi g onutrjhpid ra1 as tbe weather will pjermit v ftM=J now house Mr James Montgom ery hosj moved yl tho house va cateUby Mr Cox Mr1 Thos Grigjbyl has emovei to the farb Vi Mtetlbyr J W Bush he hiving moved tW C prhgnJlMri G fioWii is sulieripg with inflama tor y rlieumatisin MlrsAAytj visited r parent par Anliocli last week Mrt Jfep Ooxs parntHoftMt Eden visted him lastSunday Ther yiUba the wind up auction at S H Weakley s nex t nturdtyso if you want a bar gain it wiiX be your last chance Presl pork is being deliveredJI heria JJus week MrT J Settle had for his dinner last Friday new beans potatoestomatftes toasting ears and radishes all out of he ga denj Born on November 2to th e vjfts Qr Will Boblit a gM On oriel io to the wife ot Joe N EJays a daughter Mrpl A Benedict sold 100 acrts qfland to a Lincoln county man for 1700 casp Possession January Jst 1903 Mrs JosietSettle bought a tract of land aft The Court House door iiif Springfield last Mondnyi it being flxpart of the slate John Btibt armor 1187i 2 ZJet ft Wisemau fe fiPD Leading Jewelers pf Louisville hlve just gdtten Put a now catalogue kem biding everything irr t d rIeh lir If yuw nta JHP sgtl1C Isirjticle suitable for a hristii nas present atmos rea on able 51 iice writei for a caSlpgiip l2 MarkefcSt LctnJsvthegy 4f1 I tC4USE rMi SSGG weai clothe made toyaPl exact measV ureby STRAUSS BUGS Good TcJtora far 23 yean CHICAGOVpu lust right in them Near ly 600 patj terns to pe lect from Satisfaction piaraHtced See the- pIti1Ifl com M tha etore Of EFFECT CUNNINGHAM DUNCMJL Humor jf Doy and Girl From twelve on an increasing percentage Jf the children relinquish the Idea that self Is necessary in the joke and give more Impersonal accounts Girls more frequently than boys quote the humor of the refined adult and In personal experlenccaoften describe oc casJons of their own timidity This Is probably due to the different borne training a girl recelvsSbe Is con tinually drilled to be a lady which In most cases means to drop her natural Instincts and to imitate the adults of her cnvhronmeht About twetveshe loses the fearlessness she baa hitherto share with her brothers and becomes good prey for their scaring schemes This seems to develop the boys tens- Ing abilities for white before almost all their tricks were on their own sex now the acmeof their fun as recorded Is to rrlghtenLome girl or to make her look ridiculous A boy of twelve lustrates this tendency and by his mixed clauses gives further material for smiles The best joke I saw played was putting a bunch of flr crackers by a lady that were not lit and they scared her Century A Score Twenty is called a score because It represents the wliofe man ten fingers and ten toes Etymologically Itnieans a cut or musk In very early times beyondtwentyto cut a notch in a stick and begin again and so It went on one man two men and so on This Is Wily sheep are still counted by the score Now n tally French billle cut or nicked- f means an account kept by means of a notched stick nod until theend of the eighteenth century such sticks were given us exchequer recdpfo acconl pauled by a written document This was also the usual way of keeplug ac counts In the Inns of the middle ages The number of drinks or meals a cus toner bad were scored against him on what was called a tally sUck aQd when It reached twenty or a whole tan hewn expected to pay In ama English country Inns scores are tlll kepf on a slate four chalk marks snd one across five and four of these Ute twenty or a score For III Sovereign Sake 5The shah of Persia when in France suffered from a toothache and so a dentist was summoned to renlove the offendIng tooth flut like less exalted njortolfl the shall when he found him self fncfto face1 with the dentist discovered thAtbls toothache had dlsap pealed and so ubsbiutelr refused to be operated on However his majesty Jeclnrcdthnt he did not wjsb the den tist tp lose his time and so commanTJed that a tootb should bef extracted frbul each of his suit kesald this wjth his eyes fixed on the ground and then suddenly looking up found to his In tense amusement that all his minis ters and staff bad quietly sllppediaway except the grand vizier whom be cpm pllmenfcd upon 1t lng the only one faithful enough to undergo a little dls comfort for his sovereigns sake Then he dismissed tbe dentist with a Pien KallufTrd InstractlotiM Too Far Three own were Invliig an expcrl once meeting TlieUnu told how be r ImaJd bad lockpd Jier ni the bathroom ridtoldwatermeloli Tilt third wild Well my latest treasure has Just landed and did not know bow to wash windows tp proceeded to exploits mrtttera to her Ve live on the flftb tory of aik upartment liouse and ishowed her to wash the outside ljv sitting on sStl jind letting her fwt hang Into the roo pt Imagine my amazement when J went bark a few minutes later anti found fierVshlu the glass on InsIdelSuq Uting wlttt her feet hanging out tht8ie street Nf w York Times Cdt1s r sieilfhbcm AlquestjoQtrequentiy uskod Is lIP ro sleighbelt tbi oSciUig Jn the belts Previous to mating a cast the maker of sleigUbells corejustThis sand core with the Ringlet Inside Isplaced In the mold of the outside aDd the mpltetl metal poured Irtj which filla up the space between the corennde mold The hot m ta burns the cpr so thqbal1swivel joints dud many other nIlea- are casjin the sameniariner ia5iia Royal Palace One of the most remarknble building In the world is the pnlace flkiiig- of Slam It Is Inclosed in dazzllngly White walls ovcr a rnilelin clrcumfer pence TVlttiln Ibese iwalls arcflemples public offices seragliosf iit aUle for the sacred elephant accommodation for 1000 troops cavaIry war eleihAntS and an irisenal Tnerd Is ilso ja vex floe Ibeater yrtTQ English French aod German companies frequently pr Tbetklif 1 7 a lv iiii iti Jiliji wwIi tltW lit I 1JJIJIt1 1tt JI r aldo nowfullmarkat St71oftinjjpce and muke a serectionri and be ready fii t i 11 r1SEEPING iimi 0 i r I YOUmUStreIflCrnberSflelrat J 9rJ1 iid r tv a have grass aeeckpf all kiqdsi c L r = n e ifiaka a pecia1tyl ofNortlio r 4 IirL 15TQmrt I if THOMPSON GREEN11 II jtt a H Js pOR N QFJE1LDfy I mm mmt ftt f L 1WSJ a= flncland Oldest Alebqaie The oldest licensed village afehoose In England Is claimed to be the George Inn Iii North St Philip The license datM from 1397 Each story of the picturesque old struct rrc overhangs that beneath The front Is broken by bay windows a porch and a flight of stone steps leading to a doorway In the wall At the back are more quaint doors and windows and a tuirt built against tinS wtl1 incloses an outside stahv while In the yard still remaIns pprt of the old gallery found In to ninny hoe tclries of the middle Pgest Most of tht front Is timbered jindjHSSurloua chimney surmounts isuh gable ybb upper floor Inside is of isterl TIt Olenbelm SjinIel i It Is a traditionary iakom In the Mnrlborougu family fi acb dt to present a nicnhelm sjmfii i to the inch ess when sIte enters Kfii iKlm palnce for tin flrnt time as ins istr ss The storv fr u which this 5UI bud Its orlin Is that during tlr at lie of Itltin iieiiii n ximulfl followiii Jl the hwla of tin mat Unite throi t the duy ui tr Ittvliif him urij victory viu assr and lii diuIi the fr minis f Siiqh thtirfbllL hi in iy of tilt In chlent forthwith addji the saiild as her Tiivoritedog thIeDthey sayindfcat ng the newly waffled f lillie Eminently suited t uch other they continue Here they pause and tritch the hap- pair Rfujs like a made t nler minting of nHlnnieA corn nle He Is a vegetarian and she Is RtcnsWldQwit Judge tptroprIit Vhy nsJiotl tin Kage manager do you 111I1t upon shouting Rani at liUrvnlRtof al but two minutes AVhyTniKsited villain In tones tlmt luiljmtcd a conj n confidence in 1ue ini8iMtency of lix erformance- WHI cause till emit bf chiirucfers plain ly JnduitiM lint nm the black sheep of w amy What to Eat A GREAT AHT v r r Ban Ability to Sflet Efficient Executive JK IM- Mn nv moil mistakenly tluik thatlu lzIitit they worl hard and try hUi thiy innst eventually succeed to some ciUiit This does not follow A6me men carry oa great enterprises with little apTtarint effort Tit it success Is due to skill to Belcctlu iclcnt exec utive ucads dny a business man breaks d wil trying to supplement the work pP in competent heads of departments aim ply because hcfdodnot Jinow boi to chgdse the right men A man of com manding ability ddos dot worry him taclf oVer details He makes ont1il programme and thin selects men who can carry t out tot e letter Indeed It lltasign if wcrtkness or l6t hcadJ ot d concernto bather about little de talla It shows that he lacks the In sight the IU8luoss agaclty the abili ty to select and to manage men WhO cando things cfllclently jManyieadscf largp concerns spend little timein Yhplr oflle They ravel or1 remain at hum It iia buRn ipca on llkfc clOCk KiJy bm au8e they know bow lto iacu who can cfflclcntly do the v ntsisned to thcci 5 Theory anl rtllo e A eliiiiilxt expat in cbcmlcal scleDn otsstrY4Ml tbui mv had been found to posasena a co nibledegree of tntyman present at ob served thattruly clioiuT hty was n val ttalile Kclenee hut tilt tstud HKe to know whaiviiiniuliT nfWowballs wg ld be siiluVIent to IJ a teakettlej Papa si- tilmcYouWili tk imii u JllyopDot Qr must Il lie Oh hiivo Veen iilin Fact Mr lit wade Bnsxiwtion that It was about thne for un to propose Tp superior r suuie itien Is mere iy4otnl tile flisst ttcflusethe1rh- 5koeIsiteL IIN iiii Jf I 1 tG mesk In each pound package o Lion COffee frbmnow until Christmas will be found a fred game amusing ihd instructive 50 different kinds 4S0001JHCeffH Md a Fret OMM MYaiicGrsiscs- L And w iii frtf t Ioe I e8 Our lit rbiesflwehJ leson the 111 Il J Auy Call We 1 Stj tiiivremart NTAt 1io jt j t ROUGH tUMBBfir f t 1 f1r JtrsIt OfIf D RES ED Lj1rBt1cl t SASH Gujet G ORsN D l f t WI LATHS and SHIN b S9 OONTRACTING tptAnytlilnglnthe blllfdinglne Uh trtrPEL D L UBER dos Yard UALAIth Mmm TtfsS Ides M Snyder Trrnsnreifof the e Brooklyu East Ead ArtCtete fLlt rnro l arcakJttj 4thirhulth wouId hays happa wives waul theydSbIrvChat the pqciIieIIdsMtheberfa n rf crtixonuithi wIitml dna5ithia- vhtd McEirrcsVineojutjfldThcj fyrUs BlaekDrtught ted oltoek H have rvsrvruson to thank him for anew lit i open up to roe with revered hetlA acoaiymooktkt months to cure mt Wine ofCardsat1atorefthonujnllroal functuvif aiJd IS1IiostM tpnujblngL tonic fur women U cUres scaStyauprOsaed toobequentirreg nlaraMpainhl 9f w bi mensationtfair Womanhooddunngpregnuer ihllandJIcl ange of life It Ire quenUy bring dear baby tohomst- hDt lnf ean AU druggists hurd ylOQ JMttJei Win of CarduV T WlNEoFCAR J4j 2 rH uqnecket AreadSkyrockets are made for two p r hoses for signttiIzi nn4lo r Uieomtl6ns or cDlebratlons FotialjniaJs tbt cUfir p l l otqlfhurJtuletf li tla w c e psdobt the Fourth of Juy lt isqothioeedot122- purta o fipelf QlveJIIclp w rlt80 o ul cr 40 of sulphur and 40 tcasficoa uynBi tn 1phTbe linain pnrt of the Brocket is ft pose mntle lUv jcolllng s pjyjer soY cred on osldewlth paste trbqnja a appy1ngsldreblresurej1ie a then chpk4irpr brought tl b tly o gber w1thtwlne The pajjer disethus made islled Iri a cpppor moldsotbtaeouIci cop- Per spindle wlllimsa up through the choke and the compo l on tla thn poured in and patKed 6y tHws of m umllefe on a copper packing toil pqe ato fltjoycr the spindle The top pfthe case Is then dosed With aia r of- uholstplaster of paIsone3ak ikthlck llIss prforeed wJJbaisielor the passage of the flamcj Jot the upper part or pot Tfe pot Is fortnM Of tip other paper cylinder sllppMevMiaiMlJ i pasted to the OlHtAtt jcwt kad c J moauted bj ft paper coeetjWir1pa J l Berelna fliaUsiWhyr dlfiPshf eTIC an1 hlmZ iii1 Wi ItielOhhe 4ectdItiYevjllioutbor cfiilra Welt she ou hf tjret a tedsbtSt1Efe vingIuck j J a wiiin V9 a bass Weak cue nclds her rto It and wlnssBtSrifl ah this a itrbnj case she wbtftcts Iwf st4rqtitIt disyrltkyO tbait a tnl urtI rcnJfe WELL BROKEN JiORSEii1 jJjThe Silent Ma5 efrafl711tUMoat Maaagahp- Has it any ont ever ottc dtbot nsJ hlent man has usually tb bestiiiap ItJtttbmenottnlU much have writ broken bawcjtj Drive with them ttul yda wiikwosiii how they hmnfgr thcir JmoresNi nfahaRemeut Is ylsibUv Q sseswhere be la Wlu1trs1orillq t 8effort on the partQfUbe JliierOiw famous turfmapnt llens ias beeaet cd fcr Ws arj in ivlaS ajinV iiw tlimit othls Bpec1 wltboet inaklagt Qovfr while Lila rlr pla if ereUZiis c yeiIng anc WhJluh tqirsL tIW he do It pofftkhon bat l e1 wa9P man of few words i eaYwTP- robable t tbcf Is a MftItJtkThen horse umkretriiMteiJBlj a few things thoroughly pnJT a fw words signs or bmiiiMa Thciisi min gtT911Yr4 feW kePS 4Toconfuse his horse Time k rte Ste know them thoroughly I1IIIUIC4 stands thoaa nrMr1rr It Is a pleasure todrlve4a bessttunderstands Few plSHit CM equa1ltfthe4lse1sa ful driver There wbirf 1M pSiif rJtngf BoMI1I ue rJS iitHew Seue tWhen SMM teiwie3 ttftt as king of- tkonte ttM fr b eni wits birn avaffop- 1rl1itte 1rU riiT tl4a 3 TIM paee id1 iIC V4WSa- al3 mmlt ge f NNdt tnalso o I rIt W fIrM t1Jo80 the story pee that WO HUtiprrased the 4edre fraas ase Dearly 1Ik tJtMeet tile ps efwhich k was onsbfck JIPk1Jtjl aiibd stpl1i rTS elf iis w4jkj4 AerieaINJ cMflrJliMthe wita l feeiaber of tUWwito wlikt JIiij1te I Wwu1t41turnesataMptod by thotit c st the bIem Tie suggestion was this Ta tW Uulllpiw add U L A DtMs name 1ntort1 r tthe uH 0SmIM v ee J WIIai I 7 A iJ Wi f At bs4jzrij t 1 e1II1J ia ItIIIttIJtlbt 11fa able 71 11e ill eNr AndaeeiN 1 kaswthoughtaableClsieageTrie 1 iIaI- IrytSc ci Y = ilil siippit JI ltttMC ihlmll t aptie A111 Sh1Ysfl IppleiSNot3at auJIt liiWeM IIIiIAJ Wl ew i QgflereiiQPIe a fjriw14A Nt JWaahingtoIac titJ h iijDaiattekfc at Jkg ptrdwi Mea tat taJK f 4l5 tall tk sae siep we b ystsukp t4ariee4 Ttd r it t M OIJILwas eftar t dAf rnnct Eg H tj J Jr Iiii LrbrtIeWrs t r11 o DWat I i sihUsdSS a iIttrsEt S7 t1t f = aWJt 4 IC Iltllltul tfifil1 I DLIJIJUETOE ir pl TfDIEiXN Trt EXtRACTED r AtN j r DAlj1 I j11S DlltlaL Wk trktii t1r IMtI St51 l l o5TCAMtop t I J =OFPICIS i 4Hefl 10 TIM c Iii- ii 1 oipf JIrtl for o People pOai j d j to 4c1-ATTStYMLA W OTiri T ft PRINQFLIDoii9sT i fLtlFE r P f It I i M3I1tfIUfChfl rl t J ir CLLqt litJ cav st rQtf worth- SSs L1iii It he cfl em44troteiIus rCI u1tmaesJ4sS- atd l vstcj t lJY e d tfj 1 yJ1 1 jiive tJ1L8Jopfict t r tfiif is 11Ci For Iruiiug fiserid gruvnp f PI i 9Aftjft wintry equals it f I itgffl35 make the farmer in- prd11f e wheti irrignton JS ps1cifadDlntaC fintSlljtrigab 5 ipIrtitiUI C mrttry are in Mon r 1P aitil Whnitnn The o iwnq ilL ti I rerIgwIIlJt J1 rpdIy I t1C N1rtiwst4- i Let im It ow wiit MU wnp artl y e wH ijjrv tub rp yvu SS9L re arttatllBorj8orr lctsnd 11 Q rII l N prf b 1 l t ei IrIrh ltetji J Ifittiern PttvTfic 5r d Dt Milif Ulttl 4i tooIl tuc i iow HettleritRit arir fn ir ffeet turpg SpfflhII r t Oct 1 eIa WjrlTt O H f h i IUUan otfliO AiidJL will teti Wiit it will WSt v fro CHAR FEE 1 Gtn II4 A ritNrlI P c1ri R= t PauUMrir f MAN ARMY OFFICERS gi4 MM bet JMfwme Skewa Tk AaaaIsc 4 TlSi fMfct aM 4 Cerence sbown to dNlUldrVriter pirllUu even compatriot 1ett MMiacttoa R eteiag the dtolns T h to lIIalltJqoriBaI1l1Hll1111 go Sitliiewltthns taoobeances only- iwkif a rItp SC hgity fiMllffet- foeovi tho ghli ris olltelycoH8cldn8 off 1 the alacaai going of ladles The florsaoii clvlljaa does not appear to be irarpriBed at er 1o entbelng eon 4 t ieij taolwl Igaere by him but r t gta4IoekeUptobmasfl-aparttr Moabor of a superior race aaC MatJmes to atako bis obeteances Jrrij 4iitIy 4beycri Iiored it w1e the tctoer f unable to Me drlViuaat wizow lit Is looking 9etet UaBl e Bevel misses observe lag lje tiueaJ1d acknowledging MM MivUl ef aaotber of lila own race Xe ifctt tfcMB tR seat and stands stILT awi rect wWte the newcomer ad vaaeM sad eztkaaiee iorpaA bow- s4aM jreetlafffr aaa as lie recovers the rec JMNiU hOB the bOWe brings w kskitMr irlti s sip parAde eMck aii iriiJtB matin kto superIor has Wltiiljt seat befaca M resumes his WB74S 4 Tkere were 5treiea4ove ceremonies llYiJi3rtavarlably together slIf att ikldng theIr TJuI IINeEpa aN eae Ir ie ee tz tsetbradi ua ib 1aIM md then bold 1 uleMe before thewoii1 wk t = i1 io one a hef bsIee repa Iageont thk ltd4 net mtter tier Ihiw it dt4akNg eerkor claret or- th cMB ehaffip pjrhfcl1 seems t tjni ihe e peelaUy wfewrt tklag to Itbs ihto wU Hfc HtUfe ctveiroay Wa aMi o8eftfMtfttOt the r d tJitn preientrose to i aaooea beseWben tToa 4h SM4e the round 8ttM 6n Us wayto the door- ndbidMps 1j wRU fcfp I glln hee s1eer7 tlawto every other lSeir1 ICNGSFOM FICTION- kItheed tHl han ittie KMi tt e eihet awn 4o the talking VtJTh Cawat Whiter Way w dsetake to CelapItonlIsi wk1e IIn Lkls JeMy always seji t1t8crab the whole ESgEett X a HIB ip Ute M tef the cemtam IfI aM kMttoa of the world can get bjt 51 1Bi1a roi Wlii e tM Is r 1 I a4 Mp 11eM a s ta U nseIy j el- 1aaatius t Tao wawbwI4Ij ri liiii 1 tj lf I i 3g1vse 1lrgsta the priI tfo fjttwro fear at eights Mn ss IceaL4waty Os Mo MMMy oo d55at kty 81- jirQnritt iIwiWa oldows moor r 1w that nftb al l uiee lmmln was alS ssoch iiYNJ tU 1 r rrIstMU TOM r IL Local Happenings oT a Interest ij1 The Frcshtst and Latest i1 AtIAbeitYsiri1ffrIeitds At J e tOiaders Tffc Wbi1unF1out Jno Ncr crop new Orleans mplas HS t t Jnb C SIwiderB Mammoth Bronze Turkeys for bIiWeittf Raisins Citron Seeded Raisi i s n O1ers jz j Bia as 0fanfesiT Lemons A1p1 Jno g F3had8 tyj Eviiotd Apples Peaches Anieotn and Prunes at Jmfc G tr101t ns English nutsfIJnopL JtJo G sliaaeriiS agent for the best on ChaseJtJrth Sahbourns i PntbShreaIeitscuit FrcIGraP3Nuts Pdstum Cereal Rolled Oats Rice and Hbminjri at JohnG Spaders Mr G H Bush sold iis farm situated near M oresville last wt ekf to Mr Bailey PitikSton Tbif was1OJOOOThe4arm- IIsI one of fchebest iin that vicinity JjOSTOn be stfeeist of Springfield pn MofrcUvj a small IgoTd locket containing the picture ott baby 4rewftr will be paid for Iits retarn to the NEWS LEAP r fficeVtdackViitplace on thesecond Sunday in tcejtoberV Rev Dr W P Har yey will preach the dedicatorv rmoriSSVThere will be a box party given aI vfr Scruggs new store n rWil1iSbifrgon Friday night November28- Everybody isT- hv1tedtottend All the ladies are requested to bring a box The proceeds will be used for religious purposes The springfield Poultry Co slaughtered and sbfoped from this plaqe for the Thanksgiving trade 8800 turkeys The tur ijfeyswere all bought in Wash legion county and seven and eight cents was the price paid The fid fias bun buying again for another shipment wbich will be made in time for the Christmas piarket Vfis desirfto call attention this week to the advertisement of the Home Tobacco Warehouse p of Louisville This is now the only tobacco warehouse in Louisville that iis not in the Corn bine and although a fight is being made 6ntbem the indica- ti us are that they will come out farmerslfrieHome Company is a practical tobacco gro er or farmer and shipments made to them will receive good attention j The public sale of the farm rilandrit Mrs Arena Peter and situatedL near Mackville took the premises On Tuesday The sale was conducted by the corn- missioner and Mr S M Camp bellwas the auctioneer There ithebiddingi to finish The Home Tract Containing 147 acres was bought by Mr John Riley Sr and the price paid was f5020 per acre Tbp other trac containingi57f 7J acres was sold to DavidMathe- rVt5202f per acre j f j Monday was about the worst day the weatherman could have turned out for a court day but notwithstanding that fact a good sized crowd cameto town There II were over a hundred cattle on the market but the buyers were either not here or were too much l Vdisgpsted1with the weather to make any bids A nice bunch of about 75 hVad of cattle brought bee from raylor county were putup but were withdrawn a 138Ql per 100 The auctioneers 1had little chance and as CuL nay ne remarked It was ia m ghty wet day on the outside but a powerful dry on forthe auctioneer7 Even t1tOVWorthif 1or c swapper was off duty and lLiockey Row was deserta isVwill of M riEHasJ3 was admitted to probate in the bounty 4xmrt on Jastl Monday itTn instrument was dated Jan J9I9Qlan4 wa witnessed by WC McChord anti Ghas M McCfcord The Irs clans in TOPICK1 1 1 l1II III II tbatasuitable1monumentbe gravespt his wifehis son Wilt jam and hynself Especial bequest of 42500 is made to his daughter Lucy Brown and to Tc3oIr rown be wills f500j The rresMtiepthU estate is to be divided eojually between the six other chi tren The 3009 life insurance is tobe divided equally amongTiisj eight chileren Spec il1lciu sotf590each were also made to hia sons Beverly and YOuetV VpSM dleyWathenV The marriege of Mr Thomas A Medley to Miss Nellie Wath en of Lebanon occured at St Agnstines church that place yesterday morning at 9 oclock before a large crowd of friend and relatives The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Jt A Hogarty and the attend and1Missbrookeand George Robertsacted at ushers After ashort bridal trip Mr and Mrs Medley will return to Springfield which will be their home The bride is a daughter of Mr R N Wathen in influential citeen of Lebanon and she is oneof Mapion countys fairest daughters atid has many admjrerers Mr Medley is the Master Commissioner of the Washington Circuit Iouri and a rising young barrister The KEWSLEADER joins threir many friends iin offering congratula tions HaydpnHaydcn At St Josephs Catholic church iri Bardsown on yester duy morning Mr Leo Haydon of this place and Miss Sahib aayI den of Nelson county were mar ned the ceremony being per formed by Bev Father OOon nel The attendants were four youngm n of this place Messrs Garland Cunningham JoeCFay brooke Walter Leachman and Louis Cain The bride is the charming daughter of Mr James Hayddnl 6f thehoxs Creek neigh andliIJitre person few as promising young busi ness men in Springfield as Leo Hayden He is connected with the drugstore of G J Huydon and is popular with everybody Land Sales W B4 Spears the auctioneer reports the following real estate sales made in front of the court courtdayS house Moor on Monday county For the Commissioner in the case of Etta Boblit against W GI Boblit a tract containing 50 acres to chas Butlerl Price 28 per acre 751 The farm belonging to the esI t j tate of W R Log dn and flluatedi at the mouth of Ple asant Run w ssoldto R Pi Lanham for 1500IFor W FV NeikirK special Spaldingttract Of land contain K SIX and a half acres for the sum of 300 John C Burns was the pur chaser Pf this property Farm rfor Sale We willt offer sale on the premi sea on the Springfield and Hloom field turnpike about 7+ miles front Springfield and about one ThursIt farm known ns the Abel Thomas lrpi containing one hundred acres and has i1it a good brick dwellifag house a good tenant house and 11 necessary otiiU buildings For further information applytoVS A THOMAS Mooresville Ky To the White Citizens of We are SprlnAfieldI JYou for the help and assistance given to the members and col lectors for Johnsons Phapel wbichenabled us to cancel every debt contracted for in the beau tifying and making such other changes which were necessary H 0 WEEDEN ChapeltlA ty KZion chnrch i Springfield Ky lWDTo rent a medium 1 sized farm well watered and im proved For infdrmatioa inquire atUIiaollcet Itil t VVV IUu ID- DENTJSTOFFICE RIJUKART BCILDIV Tmanently located SPBINdFIELD KY PEflltebNAll 4Nr George Cplvia of Louisville was here Sunday inr J A RoBajrdg returned yester dv from Headers oflvIleNO Mr Gary A Wj on of Marion county was In town Saturday onlbugiiOM Mrs George Green of Louisville lfa Vjsltmg relatives here this week Mr RM Gru dy Iis able to be out typho6fvbrMiss Annie D Grnndjf returned Sat nrday from a vlsitto relativeaifl LoVi vUleiMrs Mary Bl Nee has returnEd from a visit to her daughter in White RockUtabV Mr Thomas King has returned from Berea Ky where he spent soy eralweeksatwork Miss Nancy Spaldlng of Lebanon visited her sister MM Bell Cleaver the first of the week- v MM Bessie Rodgers of Lebanon 5fJV the guest of Miss Lucy Selecmaa tbfe first of the weekt MrJA Bishop of Bardstown visited thp fami yof his son S H Bishop here this week- Mesawaustoniand Will Wake fleia Hid Will Houstoh of kelson county visited friends bejr Sunday Messrs Greefl iou aad Harry Lioderbergor of Louis villo spent sev era days here last week bunting Mr RHafrv loader is at home on a short vacation having completed ha seasons business on tbe roadV Mr Milea Mcpfie and daughter Wes Sallie of Bloom eld visited at Wi M Jarrett Sunday and Monday MrL arry Iiogsdon a former rejil dent of this couaty but now of India napoiie II visitii g relatives here Mr S M Karriclr pow tbe popular landlord of theWlcknara HoWl At Bloomfield was Ib town Monday Messrs Sam SUllivAn and Landon Bailey representing the Home To bacco Co of troniaville were in town oh Monday Hon Jobtv W Lewis went to Green county yesterday to spend Thanks giving with his mother and to take a bird buntV Mr R MasttheOnrepreaenting te Northwestern Life Insurance Co is here this week Iptbe interests of hit compIny tINotice All persons indebted to me by theItion and they will confer a favor by settling same when due SM KARKICK Tobacco Men Meet A meeting attended bya large number of growers of the county was held herd on last Monday ticbject being to protest against the metho ds adopted by the Louisville Tobacco Exchange against the Homo Tobacco Com pany The meeting organized by selecting Representative G A Dehoney Chairman and M G Leachman secretary The chair appointed W A Hutchett W A Clements JL A Burns 1L T Balding L N mtfollowing war unanimously ad optedVBe it Resolved That we the tobacco growers of Washington copnty in meeing assembled do most hearjtily censure and con demu the action of the tobacco warehouseman in Louisville in combining their business to the great detriment of the tobacoo growing interests of the state and we farther censure and condemn the action af the Louis ville TobaCCQ Exchange arefU sing admittanes to the exchange of the Home Tobacco company whose incorporators are leading farmers of the state and practi cal bacc men We ask our representative in the legislature to take such action as maybe necessary to protect the interest of khe tobacco growers of the itateVV Foleys Sphey tndiTar always steps the cough and bealc the lungs Refuse vnbstitutet Sold by Woodand ambpel1V Notice to Taxpayer Notice is hereby given to all persons owing tides to the Town pf Springfield that the penalty en all unpaid taxes goes on December 1st afad those in arrears should pay up and save costs C L PRICE Lost CollectorI Strayed from my Place on the Beecfc one mile east of Texas on yearlingforany Information lleading to its recovery HANSON ROBERTSON 45 St Adffiinistrators Sale- As administrator of Mrj Ann Thomas I will on the premises near Mporsville and about 7 miles from Springfield on THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 ll- at 10 oclock am sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following property One mare 9 years old in foal one horse about 14 years old onecow and calf threeyear old cow 6 fat shotes 1 sow and 6 21buggies21 about 200 bushels corn household find kitchen furniture etc Will also offer for sale the farm known as the Abel Thomas farm containing about 100 acres more or less and has on it a good brick house tenant house and all necessary putbuildings Terms made known on day of lale R H MULOICAN Administrator W B SPEARS Auctioneer Sj TAuksgIyIig Din er Heavy eating Jr usually the first cause of indigestIon Repeated at tacks wcakcj the mucous pembrane lining the stomach CIOOBC the ner Tel of thestoniach produciofir a swell lug after eatlnr heanburn headache soar risings and finally catarrh of the atomhch Kodol relicyes theln namatlon and protects the nerves and ures tne catarrh Kodol cures Indi gestion dyspepsia stomach troubles by cleansing ad sweetening tbe glands of the stomach CJ Haydon A PIetsres v Kovatala In Surrey county N 0 there U a mountain whose outline displays a trlklng likeness to the sphinx of Egypt It Is In the northwestern part of the state just east of the Blur RIdge range and lies prone upon the Piedmont plains At a distance of ten miles the figure Is the exact counter part of that of a gigantic lion Its body at Hgbt eugles to the precipitous rIdge andwith bead reared aloft as If In the act of rising- SysipatheU Playwright From the nature of mj play you see It ought to close with some line or significant act from the hero In perfect accord with the feelings of cheAudJeJ1ce Critic Why not let Un heave a sigh of relief tbenTltBlta The one time la a mans life whwilie Is satlsfled to take a back seat ts irkelr he goes to cmarckrPklkdelykla Sec QnL fot jit iitofrji k I WE DONT PRETEND II- To I be well her prophets but I woii14V gest that it is I aboiii f iiie you were buying II- GOtfORTS yor 1IIV ND BLANKETS J I It IIt1IIi I maijiy good filings we have I11n this lineV I 4udV dont forget your I hoielie will get tleolcTtoo if I he hasnt one ofthoseaV I jVGLEPLVVEVR BLANKETSJ I We sire sole agents for apri ldiiJ Yours Truly I 7 ROBERTSON 1 BROSVVVVV jjVSTORY Of A FAMOUS POEM Mew Grays iaanrM M Ste rirst- PabUo Appaaee- One of the nost celebrated of eight eenth century jwems Grays Elegy made Ita Stat public appearance In the pamphletwh1cllication was the result of a curloua race for priority dray completed tbe poem some time In 1750 but had no Immediate Intention otc u llshing itA copy however found its way Into the hands of a Mr Owe the publish er and proprietor of the Magazine of Magazines a recently established pen odical and he wrote to the poetltAtII lag his intention of printing it in lila magazine and asking his cooperation The proposal was not at all agreeable to Gray but seeing that publication was inevitable he wrote at once to Horace Walpole explaining the circumstance and asking him to get Dodsley to print it Immediately but without the au thors name Walpole handed the poem to Dodsley on Feb 12 1751 and on tbe 20th a copy was In Grays bands at Cambridge so that it was probably published in London on the 18th or 10th The Magazine of Magazines for CUIItomlthe same day The rival editions must have appeared it is pretty safe to say within a few hours of eachjrther The action of the magazine editor was hardly justifiable but 1tllaid the read ing world under a debt of obligation by forcing the poem into print Sevt era original copies of the Elegy in the poets writing are ia existence JDne which was gold for 1150 at Sothebys la 1875 was especially teresting from the number ot coerce tions and erasures made by the au thors hand In this manuscript Gray had substituted Cromwell and Mil ton for Csesar and Tully a he tad originally written His friend Mason is said to have suggested this alters tion as well as the title of the poem which Gray at first simply called Stanzas Golden Penny DEER IN THE WOODS Their Appearance IfeeelTci AU bte- ke Old Hstattr comprehendlugthat of undorstaadlag how one looks ia the woods Your idea are necessarily taken from pictures or from stuffed deer or tame ones In1i parks You are almost certaia to be looking for a deer whereas yen night better be looking for anything else In the woods you seldom see half of a deer and gener4ly much less oftea only a part of the shoulder or only an ear overa log or a leg uader it a bit of rump projecting frpar a bush or a bead and bit of tbe nedfreachJag for leaves The ar cade of maple lit up by the scarlet of tht ginseng and bush cranberry the lIttle arbor where the wild hop li yel lowing over the thorn apples onwhlcb half a dozen stiLTed grouse are taking their breakfast the edge of the pool where the trout flashes through the water over which the chelone is still nodding or the darksome glade where the golden petals of the witch hazel sri closing the floral march of the year would all make lovely frames for titcharming artists deer with individual hairs all glistening the dark dew daws shining and evea the split la the hoot flashing artistic light from its edges But the glittering tinea the proud neck of the sculptured warhorse the shaggy chest and bulging rump with tall full of shining hairs are not there except at long intervals when you may rout an old fool out of bed and get aim twisted as to the points of the compass T Van Dyke in Outing Tfce Riat WaspHE PLAYED PORTER Riw a wl lc Witte Girl Settlor a Clvrr Gat1ea- On this particular occasion she land ed in New York from a trip to Phila delphia about 8 odock in the evening As suit case in hand she stepped light ly from a Twentythird street car at Broadway two gentlemen tail and dJs tinguished looking In full dress opera hats etccreMcd the trades at the rear of the rand met her face to faceVCarry your grip mum impudent remarked one of the with all We airs of a smart who thinks he has done something dever QuIck as a lash into the white gloved band went the travel soiled grip and with a To the next corner the clever gentleman found himself suddenly transformed into a porter with a trim little miss walking along beside him in a very matter of fact way Looking as if he wanted to treat the platter as a Joke and dldnjt know ex actly how he religiously carried the grip to the corner What else couM the poor man dot Believing him finally of his hordes the girl innocently slipped a dime Into the elegantly gloved wand she was nfed to having porters assist her and prepared to board a car Net the slightest suggestion a smile crossed her pretty featuresVAa the whiz of the car InaUy drowned the uproarious laughter aad the Thafa one oa you of the Icttas companion a merry twinkle might haTe been seen in a pair of blue eyes oa a Oolambus avenue car bound HarieM ward Philadelphia Ledger ealea Save As a change from the ioautojMve Bsually served withVbded4 kmh chops try an onloa sauce iad Ia this way Slice two or If very small three onions and cook theaa la water teL a few moments and drain Put theal Vie to just enough boiling water to cover add a llttlesalt And cook tiatll tender Cook together two tablespeofBk each of flour and butter and wheat perfectly smooth add onehalf pint of stock three or four tablecpeeafvlc of cream and a aaltspooafn sick of Silt a4 sugar and a dash of cayeaae When the onion Is fender eresfl tt thnwck colander and add the water to wUcjk it had been coolcedNaw T rk EMt gWastGaSttkfTWV Umde George0U 5ValWrnQS plalalag ut7 r wifrt had teaiper but yon knew It takes twoV te mk a quarrel Harryla till Vein the two art se y wife and mj wifrt swth rBea ef TraptV VIVr517dVTbeaIYei Confound itr fsclaImesl the sallow sTyspeptte la the lirtli row IIa4or hi breath Weve overdue the ap1a5Ie- laateai of aaerely coiiilag out and bowing her thanks shes going to aloe fpILIICIlkaJrStHM Child bre aa ndoslraMo rifrfsjM MtryMBosoa HeraML VI Prl I c-l = MVVVa 8 jTf Boon Proot JH WILBOK V 1r1 Owwr CocMUX tSeo T Home Tobacco Warehouse flo 4NOTi erAuctiollS RETURNS PROMPTLY MADEV fOO E cNCIEIICIE 80IICITED 82982e88W MAIN iPENT cfltMark Y0ar Hotfcefc Bwne Hoos LOUSWUy y VSAM SULLIVAN QENERAt A 5ENT j v We Invite Y- sfrsir 4 IIOUR i We call your especial1 attention to our great variety of Dress Goods 54inch all wool checks at 40c 0 c c884nch aliwoOl figured hlkgoods 40c f f88 inch all wbol Tenitians blk and r and colors 50c g 38inch all wool 2iibalines black and 7ii r OCI j Shark Skin 5f4SIIcolors blk and colors flio ol Cord rols IJ1150 I jtiL t g 54inch Snow Flake Enickeriboteier nt 125w r 2inch Pebble Cheviots blkoiilyJ t t A great variety of Waist Cloths from VS l2ic to 125 per yard 11 100 peices Outings 5c to 20c 50 peices MannellettsI Tie to 2hpc5V A Sj 5k Largest sjtodk of Men and Womens lI Underwear and Furnishing GoodsV forVF LLHVb3 L lNTER ever shpxyn in Springfield Our stock of small notions isV complete See OurV ShirtWaisjSetsBelt Bad Cljat lain Bags Cushion Covers etcr We fionr annafor1 VStarShCo08 youhavethem ofCloaks34 Jackets etc lENS AND BOY1S SDITS NDOYEROAT1 Mens all wool Suits 5 jMens Prince Churles Overcoats 6Vv Youths Woof Suits e Youths Raglan Overcoat r ChUdf ens Wool three piece Suits 3 ii OhildrenW Woolltwo piece Suits 2 4V Children Yester Suits 150VSpecial Bargains in Mens Cots and Vests and Odd Pantsw VV Wek still hOISt of Our CARPET and RUG anVil UP HOLSTEBYDEPABTMBNT If you eda1lathis line dont fail VIOVISILUSV- We are giving the fluB Rebate Staiajw to CMDi buyers Dont fall to call for them They are vluaWI CunDingliaiii S Duncan c7r c7 cI Lawn Game InEMg1JV We get nothing like the pleasure out of our lawns which the English do Where we are at fault is that we do ROt use our lawns to anythtog like their full capacity of enjoyment Here and there w use tbeni as the framing of lawn tennisorcroque courts which we make either of dirt or asphalt and here and there we mark oat upon their surface a baseball dlamoad Still rare ly aad 7only la limited localities they are used for the playing of cricket Both tfat latter games howeyer re Uuliw for 18kOitleWWj ratho JL fleld than a Uwa withte the ordlaary saeaa lag of tkefO and speaklar broadly aa4 goaorally it My a o said with truth that we baTO aep M5 which reqalro only a lawn aad aethiagaare NevorthcleH the two gasses of the green or lawn bOwH an4 qttolta have held theirVu through ten cea turies at least Ia Great Blritaia aad In tater this have spread with the race to the reiaoteot pattI whkh night be played ea of thossanda of ilawns la America to tile great advaa tage of tile players ants the oahaaeo meat of the pleasant ot covatry llf ev Country Life la Aaetfea h A1IIZOSS4VXsst AlUfaiora aosts resosaMo aayeoek saoro thaa anything olsp to whieii they can coaparoa They yeii aooot Nse feet to height aiic iTo fk in ilasMter a 4 aro Vet aosa and kerhepVFkst the atoHkor fator teaeotto oao layer of osjpi oa a ortax like leorjABd teviag ovotoaUiliwitk a ttratwa of v 4 aa4 jMctaae alM t eifbtiacBes thkk Jays aailtiiit sot ot oM4iffoa that ant nio i Jt e of 11MtMrMbce VISa neat Wl l4rnthVMVIW proves seen oasaaios TV fosaoH woUefcoa r aor eggS until they ass toaoa tho b ofihoViW plitiM hsc kee4 na6KVbs Owl aMVpDVrVVtWr ststeoeo r t oiflA cinw M rIC acter laa cotitry yI1ias asth of Scotland Ho lived ea the esssp 5Vof tho Tflhtors betisseiIsu5Jssu llit paxUcnisrly brd wink to do 4 Oao day when thrdmil of 1jpathy goe ed if haydeli jtrnisseadehiswa7tbVbeeHVstkeV i local doctor aa4 MM Tvo coaao to fst a aIssinbssnut rlnainr k Dear seer MM the iinteil WHt1ftUCr tr r Hob theyre a deW bet lft aisx s taae Tor thoaMTo aortals eet Ye saM tho iniir wfco sow d 0 Joke korVn jIxPSmftSVlSr JNM to lItJOafIttIUlta l TerXttJoJ4tee aTe ifraoToMi a iaoy 4IhaTe yee doctor1 Whet MO i4lIVThat to m aoaMor Lll ss Ihcmcht MSfOMloi th iBMat leaf Sf dMot 4T kaT tiuseeita aamo so far a Hii a ms syllaMso AM siassMni kef byp a sa ao o mf satatyoT lit te sifyVU alsi C isTrenoS0 AXaiAjst bise 1r ysse wifea doeVIainyyee j lahiaaa Toa I M fO JI k Asese MM ItMM IN Mlatpe l mdt Ok Ia Ia I JIHlI m h rr bet lar IlK sapM AWSSVSIS men =Mi tI May M iNj e mV CsE ritar ViIIIlysbsywbl7lsdsslV- Ct saj prko Cblcafo News VVV L6Ken LcaIs ptWavne nSam I aysiCtlilf v fcf feilr had a i I the big mill as 1riThyi- nwkh tbe former stabeI the y atitp r iiife Tb tw of which were in Paynff dface adt a third in the thigh ofiha ieft were p iufal but UQt serious Payne Itad nouci4on Bystand M iernen TieS young me lire menaibergof faffliJL Aod Ke affair Is regret tdtytaeirfriendsgM4oM Comman4athas sent Mvitati9n jeaohrnemb t Ilu e pr seP tljs Ipbkt1met ixeCtfn a mr gersenda thn 1its evcx bd any previous occasion It a s QCpeCIS von this day to d nfttordiBrs on iclass ol 10 or g 12 cIidates Sera visitors b froWtbeV Qdmmandenes in the StetSr lopkeji for Marion1- V V5 irffi arLJJ4 eongr stiIl lig T piilfrirprVmnatiaf determ1afd to h d on U3 10 the nmber oJt its fmbers to vthe thitd placE Itif1jio second Ia tci Its motto is ForwarJ 3ztbkwarda atnpgmyofplj coas inited iniiarrage tc KssJorenceHally at St Char i las fffjnesday Np 1 190 j The4go4tOflqOf ETidTiposi jprosperous farmers Ir uHii third marriage- MfeEb Vh 6f Cashing t3 unty and Miss Harrie Buckler bfSt 1ays were mar- riedt S Chark W1esday T h ep6pm jsji a wfelM KQpyrn m er cbaiiiC His bride is a daughter ot rthIt w Butker and rnisstirfl blc young lady Mackin Broyh soXdj ipBjpx LygSn ot Danville lat Samf dajhe zinrnes horseLor I 4 p NP411 rSflpk at Mo1ay forT O Phillips WIr hor one For 1O the yJ1i Prjcrib It N4Y i3i4niizide4 physjiaiip- rtcrittFo1s Hobcy and Iar nh hav fievBr Jrotnd tafeandreHabie a cmdfbi firdafaud atd Jutf trou6iies a thiS great medicine Sold y ccdCampbeJJ 7iniHriiiperins4in Mercor ClnJDanyille Advpcate 4 SrvTiC 1SOntpigutstheugantI1e VlCifltty haci ujiISIi 0mnrcnrtouity Sombitho desired jgJfoform himse f of mysLeriJs of Masonry te i1rnLd jo ti roof c i theThaIl nd was rtug mt- 0 I Mam aten ted seize jitnr 5aR1he drew aWrfe tHdW f themA deputy shersff vre L afterhim aud had trouBlg in sab jurI1 hinuzPt dayia Iudg ROs court he cof sedam at tm reqhest of lh MajIrtiJi 0 was enalized oaly o the ex exIt of dwid6rttjatidjc rst fnfali 18jv M1 the wex Ien1cfeatei drepnagteale surpriso- Thfsday He invited them fd d it the JoncWsidn of Thc Jrepa cal iJtv8wti hesia ot the tablV whra he stt eac h Wit6O f4faj- brGaither has seut his a1jidoed- g Gaifher is civil engfneer on thxr C 1ral railway ut a sdeioL year Rity AtoriifcyE Mj HardinI aw1tiIcaf 1yite p oltenjeel compelled thtoWtIie dkWb trckIEg seui uubearab1e1 IMC IQ audi at aeHbics conditionrtlie tNMHucxledc haUding uppfi the entire tyaUuv Jtdfci Utl M to attempt the cure of he uerv while the cause Of theY nervjJiis iess remains n cured A very conimoir Cause of Henou5nefi3 in womeo is a diseased coBdi t115of ie licai g w 1yanhD 1Pfejc Favorite Treacritioif cured ii they nse Itcbanges wkIthweikewoniex lH UutimUoaaijdulceration an1 5ee wsne6 It Is a perfei t tofiM 4c iWevfci tr4ilqoil dor the iecei ivisng tbe appetite and ii ladnf r fr alii c sleep Whsi1seyon I kbttctbr-t ospsM twcfbt id Iwou bopltrJ tstC P1 Mnto lojIUjyr Jf I would get up and warr e Cdc I wottld have to lie inbs sipoete t1Nd s boUles oDr Ptr4PavorfLc adtdskof the IS5d tb iiLM aIIdcra1 I wa I d toavc c one bysiyaide th acs istee d cdiild hard duke5 yor si6siau Asgsaa v1wMWit Dr rtar CuSiiIbdical AdtiMr pent Jw oa recsl o psyezpsnaeofmailingtm- rih bs- rtaiht ckti as vouTQqgue4L- ff itJJIrpii stoijit as 5d your liver is out c prdcK Ayers Pills will c1e1i thir t ngu curs your dyc epsi Mieyo1liv9r rjgIlttE Easy to take easy tdopcrat 2Sc Mt druglstS bsIZifI5555 antToarmoniUcha or beard a frh bIar f Then flu t O for theWhiskers IRQIAdair couny lo hunt They P have engaged tho feauesjofAl D uide fu the person of aLvii tadarkey v hd nas a TeqrarlfhBIf- falent r lor deceiing theawilril iicall- n the m ntairfOQB part of Adaif ttherWis li aiti6i Elt wbf teller Toaming r Wi r ne rlhasrBeen able to bring him own ijtTha typ Mer tn enj are ioingJ riUs hstiid 6ac1withth- dAIrT r yoU QoNathM aOrtreyueeuhaely you want o make ti hange Ther lalje jA ntaof tfieteLo5dR liVI C Trip Hritn eeIoimr OriSVa Settlerfe Ratesj offf 1SI q ftLoulsEaIIwyTe Jr bine t othofWesttaSOUthb T lckQms on saje 1riin1Ijl 1ti- TiIsdaysneacijmn3 up d itrfudibt A1W l 1903 k for tesr J L Ixyin jGeo IGarre Gonl This Agi TrSv PhS A t Lout ll I j TheGipcinnati iPost prints he following special from Louis villff OConnor aezitist o pss iAyque1 taite Iq rsiiCh- thingsin the office Of Dr T D- tda nihtd bbb htthe dellstor whoflecf J j The H 0 Connor referred to ixrthblabovqs DtI nry Con nor4 of redickon and s1we1li Icriown in SringfldidItrnnediatel hterLthsik5oting DrConnorwaaremteacbprged witt disorde nthvxttInt1iorne ofLhs ht1ier1i I4Nti StI ttll Nt bAfrdtJri r4re To lopk tlie fapjl qhar lp in tntITfacev riiat cough rackfirfff Wd I teitI cOmpabit1iIy tighss the ItthdspittIiicif ftlcJty mucous agu of CQnnmtfd4ornnoiS se3ctatcsheu9cof4UIermsLuhIgOa1atu An effleIIren siimciltta1 th iriltaed ihIflitnfed throat audinnJB 1aMdpi9Ere5enti a deepseatedcoldfronjntnningtntoiu I riaIA1IIerFnofFibchbArcxyrs I yih torepiiat5iti ICidiiec it s5jwfwjirffip t4a s fJ1soea fCiijbII9 Ee tt Relatjveto thefi dil1aCitlev from t tram- ieprjLoreton rpe sjnec Loreito correspondent Ut iie NeWJ1avuEchmtmtes Bill Lltley- tiarct r It alleged byhi friends thnt he had beepin over not a wn of auy note 1iich ho had notbeo It Le all his travellintr e never paid m lQfomJea1load fax dmwas an expert hobo and I ard- lv evdrTailbdlo ridV a train whet lie ap atpir0 anyplace Cast jinnierin Lebanon Chained to get nio acokdcar butwa pre eIcd bV tlibrakmn aIluswast of Dante the very car he madet aiieAixpttc ritfejumped thet r11c 03 eight cpafcars Vvsre nled uponvit iEqcky that time teWasjnUd af the fafenv J tiJ a ti i tica spot whsreJ airk Da iswas kiWedi on thoiSSrd day of DecenSb ajd boj dej ie f the aap e way jjheneclcofiotL i liiiASk011 tzt ItIIU tljp remamn It intcredij ihe Poter field arOhlctlgobrY S fidaV T t ItidjStlFOXmvCIlUstA e i Otto of thUflietftjtduIsL lix Oi ing rorchaes4tii Il JncI tmrdayiiiigtimThOy aIreILte S P Laucnte xmtelh jqloiinzLtasea tmthr ilt- i foowflew- amuIs Depot hoighborhoou o o1ctji ij teIitxSabbath xvitFidre frott the chsbutand hojxnd 1ti1r1 y imaid kck bttige 1x hts d The Colon hs seventeen track Theyaredeadaweand aveair the staytnnaiIles1- Et chare was wltuesseJ by OaptaipTsfeYe Jones xtnd pn nnd Mr EB Halsy or fiouisviile andl MessJLs James HuK uyt 5bert Haatf Si an d ifn PUBLICSAL- EBttJEGgASSARr F S Pi UancasterrExecu r s c manur sj 441 tut cfcnlaut 1i1eeutorof tte late S P- anctsteby irt19o jUdg lntofthe Nelson Circuit Court iRnm3rawi ifOctober M 902 vi11 on Satwr4y1DeceMker 6 lM2 TVABOUTiJCHBHOmt Q Ol A M the froritdpor of the dwBllltfg Jitusa OIl thj cliols farm bete onaf terdeseribed sell at public outcryti the highest and best Ibidder xct tint J31 uegrass farm isifcuaftediln Nelson Cjunty Ky nd knowtfjis the NrchrjIs farm situated jabput six mlle nprtby east pPBarrdstovnon tba Bards own and Fairfield turnpikE con injpgAboutjpi Nacres and dev Bribed asTa vthdlems follows Bounded rtheNortlr by time ndsoLJoJmn Neal php iall and Henry Brewer and ki ytoeli boundd on teit ytliq1md- f Yohn viagrudJ andP ter lalier tj bdu ndt dr pii Uu s ujh by the ands oif Nail Bros and ftisn Rid eTurppjJke and bound ed pn thfe west bythe lands of rsAShlby Witkcrson and Mrs Annie Lutes ftid saf d lund is mp d of threl tr ct dndde- cric1mCs fo1IOwp Fisttract px IaIaid iat- phihfng abut 11 apresis de scribed as fblows ylz Bounded Sh thQ north by ihe landV of tfphirlfoal bourd don the east b tlrriliIrebounddtfacfe herein descfibedlkiiowhI a the Sa1dIntra ounded On the e4 by Iandsof Sh 1y Wkerspn L becphd trace knon as tbti Sjpalding tract containiugabput 0 acre bounded asm follows Bouhdied On tttie north by the jands ofi Mrs Shelby il uerson- f vi H V of iand bonndod on the iSast by the landi oi FIahry bounded bn ihesouthby the Utuds of iaH Bros bpunded on pa west by me lands of Mrs Aniiiie Lutes The third tract of land known asr the VVrisht cdntalning ilbout 25acirsLbnuiidod tfn tie north BrqweiIledoa the east by thp lauds of John NJagrndcr and Mrs Sue Magruder boundeclon the south by Irish Ridge Turnpike bound dontiie est by the Fatirthld- Vike It TERMS Sale will be made1 jpiji a credit pf six twelve and eightedp months tqual inRtall Ipipnts Pnrphase1 required t vo bond 4yiabkto tile exe utor ufS L JLaucaster deceajsQdj for the bmw judttofisaid liincaster estate for fiviyment of purchase money itx jhijve the force and effect of a 3udgrnent Hearing six per cent ifriterast frpru date of tale until rdviix lien eivd sall jptoperty until all iu4mnsu mon g i iLj paid Said land willbe jgo largi tiA said seye u1 truits oij parcclsjund then Doso Jaisa iwjiole and the bidwiHbe accept ped wlii4hbrings tliemost mon- e3flUXtEjDc Executor of S I Lancaster rJ Ii6rB6st BeiDtily For Co n b FromAtcHUbrf Knii Dar Globe 0hip it lessoJl jrlltuuthe womarI hokn the bet ccicdici vindomand Qj4c4fcfJtha tnosl tefr rlblcthrngSan the worldis In bcaVT akencd in the middle of tbe night bya whTOjf from due of thochlldrcn The crbap elfffedies arc alnibjt ure to be Ios n ca oIcroup aji revolver i sure to lp losj in ca c f bufgLer There yed to be anld fashiQiicd remedy for croup known aa hive yciip tand toluf but some modern mothers say that himberlauirt Cough Remedy ijcttcrariadoies noPcosf o much It tialJseS tho patisnt to tfirovr tip the phlegm quicker iV4 jtvcs relief in a horfcr time Sivo thifi4rciredy as sopn 4s the croupy cough appears amid u will prevent the attack it never jfatlB ana is pleasant to take Sol lPby radm L t rggent Sound IS one of ike inns favored por tionspi oWpountn iJls hIs tdrvii fascioatiny is sconer wpnjerfulyprrand its industrlts an commerce 4JJC jlwnjwu mill IukinLsitsehirniLtdtfliiSI bain- mc1Mid lifeuiiitri4 pt I ii Ia4 LP41wmbc2tconecour ndim porlunt tport iittt miin3ririn tlpns a w fxv y WotiUiIr1nrtim1902iihm Nom ILttjnmLiiiserfl Si 4r accpupt of thU region that will boj tbret1ugiJaud valuable a WnhlltO mmIr everyhod ytfun ancfJ o1d I IiId7 m1r rI fSlSS Ii PdsmatSafrJ u act PhMn rasi h c tvtt isle akzrmr1e SW uI uitjrIs dlutma lam iarid thxretxway up CiU J iu IbO ic-m ail W f Grm r8iap Gku d Heart Disease I Could lo Lie On Left Side BrMilesHekrt Cure and Nerylne quredMe Mrs H B lobe foriaer1y of Bijninghazn AlL writer from Eld edge the sarie state- as follows is with the ereateitpleasure that I rec heartCureevery sufferer how much meLatLaGrqipecoiditlon I could xtot lie down for the smothering ipells that would almost over come me and tHe feeling of oppression arpund my heart I Had not been so that I could he on my left ilde for a long time I got your Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now jvithmy heart riehtfrtonnerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem retlugnerves of my heart were so affected that sometimes would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vicefof alady friend th at 1 tried your Restoi firstfewonepf Heart Cure made me feel like anew person My heart is all right landmy nerr ousdessj all gone never fail to tcom mind it to others afflicted as I was Ail druggists sell aid guarantee first hot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervods and Heart Diseases Address Dr MilerMm4ical Co Elkhart hid f REDHOBNS j TENDERFOOT r By Charles l ee Taylor Cojprfght iaoiVu A S fldiardso- niyvytyrviyiyrYYrytyYyrYryr Bedlji was a tough town Half a dozen terrors aniong its highly pie ttlrcsque population stood ready to sliijot nt the chroplof the hat and as marry more professIonal blacklegs and Tanibler wcr bandy with their gtfnsv Itivas a dull day when a killing was lof reportCi and rtoff week tint did ratchroulcle a lynqi4ug licdhpm accepted strajigers on prct KaiiMi tlint Is tb new man was glW cnWntyf6nr holjrs In whlch to show that be could drink fight and lose his wffit at faro without taking St to hart if lit dlii ajhllate wlththe airgiie receIver n notice eoiiG hat to fiats effect ISStesluglng knockknCHl jcl rabbit of a crihcr this nlnt yiour town and youd heLter move oa if youdont want to be planted up thor on thehil among lhe sunken Youve got two hoursto kiss yojir mother goodly and git At long Intervals a tenderfoot a man 8bl fresh from the states uiat he stir used n toothbrush and a cake of soap nlil who hail never knifed a fellow be showed up nt nedh6rnand wit I Struck dnirih at Its wickedness If he Wilt pimply gplhg somewhere he Xvda ptTinJttid hi rcmafn long enough vaa4rniytojiiRslihlhitp citizens of Its own fielcc tlan 6nc hioniing tpc cry Was passed iiingthtf line tenderfoot In town arid the gang tRlunterod up street to i up tUihitcat arrival from clvlllzar tiii Ho at on the Rtcps bt the Oriental hotel a Woniqnisli chaR with a smooth fnti lidncaf MJue eyes that scanned crowd of toughs unflinchingly al UiOst tiiiiiiii rusty Hesmoke l placidly rof a inlinrt6Vifw5ftKKr15movlhjhlii plpe in ulrrrftiufi tly Anything tcaii do f6r you gentle iie Tile gang collecllvelj1 and liidivldual ly hnorttd arid the fun commenced Tfipy mod ddwn on the riewcoirJer and shot ili6 plpetrorn his tlift hat oft his liWd arid the heeltf off his boots Tlinylina etiected tb see him slidebtf 1hiitpand break tb hillside when thbjTIrst bullet Whistled thfrduglr lila 1ialflut he didnt mtivc lip sat there nnill the fusillade hadj ceased and thrjolceijr were wouderimmj if he was not niiioltPlaaud n divguis and then quietly saul Much obliged for your welcouib Its as good as brlnrf lug out a brnsftit nd Th6 rowd heIdi tr brief consultation It was agreed that he had nerve but that be woiildne1cr make bad nianr JHK OAIIDLER CALO FOBWAIID nTH tI 1xIns i4xn not bad enough to become an eminent citizen of Jedhofiij flflm Kelab iacted as spokesman aid his sincerity cottlfi Tiot be doubted 4 r H aryouMepiied the tendertqc when Jim paused then he dropped ul chin on his handi and stareQ at a dis taut mountain pt ak apparently obllv1 ous f9 hlj surrounding tb was Wot jin the hour of gnce had gonetbynnda 7croAvd gatltcred tgaln thai lie awoke and looUedaboit hlul J J You cant say that wo didnt gljc yOU a-ffair deal observed Jopftx 6dcllJ the gambler as ije carrie forward with a noosed rope in Ills hands JIYou hadI an hour in whleMrtpJgitJ fndj4sfypu dfdnJgo vo cotiblnfled luat you wan If be plaimd htc t yojivejaujt faIwell words to she of offryoumfght give 10 usv Im gong to see boI many reaT meiifherc arc In Itedborii replied tlii stranger as he isfpe Ocl dqiiiir thrithundred too rip1Jvery you baa a gun and youve turned out this ornjng toIp asijfavc thing 4 I was fraiapfng Ver beiic horn Huritg rpJiRv r heard tiat tb Anacbe niere r t netuict tns Bearer JhendI come across aietCrs amHy Jcalnpcd ont tnth Wagon The man has a broken leg and bla vlfe aiid four children are almost helpless inVglvJneou straight talk when i i Well you that I walked all night jto getdire and head a crowd brick to save that dutHL Theyll Wi ixirait for the tI Apaches aiid wolves li fgiyi hour a jtomorrow unless some ofyou will goI a Ipwrth toe to bring em InT flow nanny or youTcan4 Qpntol1TscI scNothftd raided KrintHo4horn a ihirec or foUr btmttlie soldiers hod always been sent forftp drIve Them hock j f i fv j i Mighty brave nboutturning mit t a picnic smiled the stranger but ti dont seem tow l5torunintb any danger Are thereton itrienNhQret wlAf will follow me No one replied v Well Ill take five then The crowd was sUbmit VIsnt there one 8ligjpuian Jn Red borii wITh gflt enough tpg6 Jjack vU me to that mletensees outfit contln uetl the tenderfoot i Say boys said thogambler JCSIier ar sickly smile on Bis face this looks as If we were short of sand In ibis ton 1m not hankering after Apache8wijut Tve got a Winchester and 300 cartridges and If any galoot wants to become a hero Ill lend hint the outfit Nof n man took advantage of the offer The crowd growled muttered and dissolved arid oplyhalf a dozen were left when Joe Lbt dell continued Looiz herelenderf dot youve thrown Redhorn down and tbrSwn ithard but for one I dont hear ito grudge I see dure determined on going hack timei settler and duriune lfJLH see yongo with only a club in your hajads Kke nir outflt and If vou i Vi brIn fl umleag t iiacc u worn to say out we prefer to die with pur scalps jon Wo dont warm up on the Injun business worth a conk Hold on nLmirute while I bring you the rifte The Winchester was no sonnprjn the jtenderfoots hapds thai lie started back over the trail without a word to any man or n loolr around bias and Rcdhoni saw him no more for four days TIreD the settler and fate family were brpughyn by the Idlers and an ambuhiiicif was the body of the tenderfoot riddled with bullets You want to know how It was sald thc settlers wife as a crowd gath crest Well all I can tejl you is that ho reached us two hours before the Apache did and we had a bit of time 46 get ready in1 For twp days he stood off thirty warriors single handed and was wounded a dozen Jlmes He haul fred lila last bullet when the soldiers came up He was a man he vras Mid Redhorn tf glte hhn a burial and turn out to the Jast manf ex claimed Iobdcll the gambler rererent ly touching his Winchester which hat seen such valiant service Excuse me gentlemen replied the captalnln pommand of the soldiers We shall take him down to the valley and give him a soldiers burial Hed turn over In his grave here among sq ninny cowards Queer Japanese Belief The Japanese believe in more myth teal creatures than any other people on the globe civilized or sayflge Among these arc mythical animals withoutt any remarkable peculiarities of con formation but gifted with supernatu ral attributes such as the tiger which Is said to turn as white a s a polar bear on the date of Ills Cue thousandth birthday They also believe in a spe clcsof fox which ithe lives to be fiftyt years old without having been chasedI Hy a dog transforms Itself into a beau tiful woman This same far If ho pan manage to live for a century gains ditional powers such as becoming a wonderfpl wizard etc When hp lives to be lOQO 1yeaus old he becomes a celestial fox vilh nine golden1 tails and usa the power of going to heaven dud returning yhefievcr he chooKcq These Japs aisp believe n a multi tudo of anlmhls 41sUnguIsHcd by the r monstrous fl2or bytheiuiulttpllcatlon of their numbers Aniopg these are serpents 800 feet long amid large enougu to tfvrtillow nnOlephnht bpxcS with cightrtlegs monkeys wjth four ears simd seven tnIIs flsxeaiIth t ileatils atncimeti to otto ioly he of this last monster beiiigmi sure Tof bolts bites of poisonous serpents hydrophobia ateiT She W T2iankfi1 Not I6ug ago a clergyman In the courgg of minIstrations among the poor of a large provincial town coiled on an old lady who had been bedridden for somuqycaraIm iii Well Mrs avIeB he Bald and uowarc youtdday Ott rnipreUywelk thank you slrr was the SUeer foil nnsver u Vh thats rjglit responded the clergyman synipathctlcally I hardly exi cttfd1 you toe In audi good uplr us ithnii yijur itiiqti we- afraid rshquld fliid you downuenr ed tlo rto sir she cried Interrupting 0Iother night Mlenthat house just oppo sftewJiB on fiVeilcouldnH help tuluklng It lti tlittiorptoidtx erusliiug- otimir ihtlmstrett and uianyof them iIilelwhile lnT vn8 Iall nIeVind torn fort iiK In and could set It Leautli H tlirqiiffh my window wjthout even tunjUiKiovorl ftp no Ivei lot t3 tie rfKful torE1enrsouL 51 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble indlSdat Know it How To RInd Out fFill a bottle or common glass with your1 water and Itt It stand twentyfour hours a dedlment or UumiEttr4icates an un althy rcond4 tlbn of the kid neys Hit alilns your llndn 1tJ iIs evidence ofkid 1 oey troubles tool frequent desire ttoi pue U or pair In JtnVSac1 fsais convtaolngrjjrpof f mafihe kidneys and bbuk derareoutofjprder r1 WhatteDe There Is comfort In the knowledge 10 ofteaexpressed that DrKlImShi Swamp RpotJ the frwat kidney remedy fulfiia evar Shebackdf the urinary passage corrects Inability i peaslnttwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ntoessltycf being compelie to go often J during the day anitojet up many time darineJhe rilgW The mild and the extra ooitrCalizedderful cures of Jhe most distressing cases ifyomneed a medicine you should have th bet Sold by droggfats In 50candl sizes thI4srfulait HPHkibi that tells mmoraboutht b stabkimfrsbyiaIidiess CoB1nghamtoxi MY When writing rain iNasal OAfARRH Jn all lia stages theo hould bo cleaabni El3s Cream a1te- anaessootheuridheIi ha diseased membrane i ulckbCreaBaiaisDiehJntOtbSaOstrIiiiPSds CreaBaiaisDiehJntOtbSaOstrIiiiPSdswthernembaft e snd a crarefoflows 1t is aol gdoe tdue esing LariShze ceaia tDrug oeWU TrklSiz ntsbyinaiL T HOOT1M Wtxrta Street New to i EnsiiaEe Erisllflge eaxs a certain method tof preservjng green fodder and Js also ap1 plled to thcf odder Itself when ab pro aerved Any green crop may be treated butt must be sown so as fo ItemIn llosspnj before frosts A pit cvl vl a sllq k prepared with splld wtilx and fiorof stoflfc cement The fodden js cath hednnd ut up while gren tnd then dumped Ihto the silo Salt la added n thfproportlon of a urhel to evjery ten or fifteen tons of ii fodder A bwivy bnnrd s pTac over the fodder when the pit Is full andIs weighted1 down with f rock aVl bags or gralq ItnjrK iijitil the iiressuri is about 160 pounds to lue squire fj 1bet silo must lie r tight and iiirtlght and tlivj the I dor Is pro served In Its preoi rendition until It is wiintj d say NoVemlur or Decicm yvrgrtfi it Is taken cut of a door at- 4MeJktrr dlii siIo f d to cattle a1uLyknIfe being used ot out such i qnahtlty as may be n eded each tlmoNew York Trcs ELEPHANTS Fy Crow Nine Feet iligh Ui Ma- Ority Being tuderfAgbt Fed The aterage terui of an cJephRut j llfe although tliejeMs precise In formation on the point iIs seventy or eighty years Th elcchantlS not lhi full vigor and strength Uilrtyflvoj The most ready way o forming an ap proximate ldW of the ake isby the amount of turn over f tile upper edge of the car In ypung animals some times up to the age of C bt or nine years tie edge Is quite straight It however then begins toturn over an by the tlmo tie animal is thirty thfj edges lap rrer to the extent of an liicli anti between tide ngeand sixty thfe Increases to two IncliCs or tllfhtly more Extravagant Idvas are held a to the beisl t of an el1Imnt Such tf tiring as an elephant ensuring ten feet at the shoulder ducK not exist iu India or Burma Sanderson who la ad mitted to be the best authority on tbe subject says the largtv ual h6 ever nJet with measured 0 cit 10 JncTies and the tallest female t f vt 5 inches The majority of elephantd however are below eiglt edt id an anitha rarely reaches nine ftffctt the female being slightly shorter thu the wale Thecarcass of an elephant 7 feet 4 luch es tali weighed In portlPi Kave anotal weight of 3000 pounds to an elephant weighing two tons should be common enough The skin was about three fourtha of an Inch thick v A6meatiperh A lawyer ivhoss elouvnce was of the spread eagle sort TIS addressing cI jppponentj side to rest I Jfr B Is making a great pecch said a friend to the bored counsel Ob yes Mr IL always makr a great peeoi Tf you or liad bccanlou to ntiaduncf that tto ti1 two make fur wed be Just fools enough to blurt It right out Not Mr B He wouh usay If 1b y that arithmetical rule Jcaowii as addition tre desire to firlye at the Bum of two Integers added to two in tcgers we should find and I assert this boldly sir and without the feaA Bucces ful jontradlctlon we repeat should Sad by the particular arlflimet leal formula beforcwmenUononhal sir 11 bold myself pert a tlyi responsible or the aaaertlQDf Iam about to make that the sum of the two given integer added to the twovother integers would b fourr ierndfllmRlitht Tea said tKiltoff lookUiff chap a was a gay burslar ouciu 4jS an accli dent put an end to my career You see I was a humorous chap too You look 4tf aid thewlae guy un derails breath I tot Into an art gallery one day by telling tile Jhhltorthaf was k picture takert took lot of themi 160 among which was one of Pldgugly the diem plon prizefighter oi 1845 Didtirttch you aakcd the WisO guy jk r j o replied the sad Io6kbqg mar riuguglys portrait was next to my- solat plexus arid I bad to drpp them alL LtivasSuc1 str1kinhiceneut Of course It was to b expected this sad looking man should get tbI e worst of fight that followed clnnatl Commercial T yiujfg Her Opporia r Mrs Weeds sail sir BUJs tsked ywr daughter tw irrjrm e anI he referred met you Im Stirs thats Very Lnd of Susie but then she always a datlful girL IteaUy Mr Blnl Ubadnfcj thought of marrying agau ut my timef of life batalnce you tast atippoiiwJ i make the tejeddlng day th monthNew York Presn l iflo Worth of Music If thojro 4s a piano in yoqr home we will send you wftnont cbarcp eevcri splendid musical rompoaltiriiBlwo vocal ana flveln8trnQiental Tbre of these selections are P pyrigbtel and cannot be bought in any musi- stoMfof 1aatEl06sWjtbtban- we will send grea compose and four largi reproduqi tioni of famOus paintfgs i I snbjdctaII Why ketOffe f Wminxaetblsofferto rmrtte i and wemeti to fariaieu8 to tjefiBlMfbf S 0antitlonregardingWorlds Beat Jttusio which fa bsplaltf ly the Jjesfccoiie Uon pr vocal lad tBtrnmentafmuaio ever published oOntaismore thus1Je more jlutrv tions 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