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alt1e hours l IH dCHRISTIAN CHURCH th trvic- elI rLt to 4P 1 ev nday j eti- t jurih J s hI t1 y t Vi jy i 1 Jci c1tESBYTIUNa1 ciq StricklEhd4tpallt01- 7t tV 1 preshJng evryu1n 1at it arn PtSusIy s huolleve1y aI at sricaya JO a1I1 prarer meeting aTMyYes g t7 o c- kif 1eH1if it4 r 1irltrftiil rd t- ritl t iA N uIGESpril kidlode N Som tvfi u JaOWlY1- aJrfItl t 57 WuhkntoT 9 Chapter trINtyCytkI1f U9nd tt d1ttoS2 meets 01 oIlt svr iiitk MondayL ES M t w Or tI yuffi t WednudaJ jizcli 1011111 JdNTtM TABU iL iit tti ftMa il7 PfD1ftrfeTujIlS tff i t u r1l s 14Ar sprIasi fi 5 a V1leyHhII541 I If 1JII or ykJkero r 141 i4ArtakeS M 1M 11r 2 UIt t l n = 8 51 tll8Jj t1Ilt iii IS Cleart 4II cy t ifi T7- I L 5 5Lc rrr I47iDQFTF1 r siysiiWsTsheyr- I have Bo doubt that poyerfcyat times lira most hatef pi iblse At otbpr times tle a heavenly blessing In disguise WltnilBjrlong and lank arid meat 1sskaieSEscaped tlefrariUi of thanksgiving day That fmay stilf propel about the yard Gleatlag upon the dissipated bones Of my fat fellows who were stuffed and taffed I And after that were stuffed and jtt ttaiti again t Ido aRMrecJateHhla leVglb of life Bat after all Iam afraid to gobble iIIrVOlno more t Forswlftly cometh on another day I That pen pall Christmas 1t8 at the door- ABdaHTlnoreaseriof flesh1 would seIl aj dooiB l it Dilemaa thIaI i lT EWQAMEAHardln counI A ty farmer is the inventor i of anew game called improved Pitig Pong says an exchange Itiis to be played onw farm tnc he fall of the year The player gets up at 4 oclock in the morn ugi1k the cOws Ieedg the hoplai1d1h rse1rle ats breakfast hitches a team to a wagon about the size of a box car and starts for the oornfield Heite is where your ping pong comes in You griba big ear of cornmthe left iaridandf with the right ITarid and a contraption of someI ind you yank tho shucks off theI corn and throw the ear at thcj ig wagon When the ear strikes the threw board it goes ping and then hits the bottom of the 9 jand sounds pong inalt1 ngavery interesting tame atIabout 21+ cts per bushel x ioma WETForsOnlthne- pastf the Oklahoma or wes tern feyerbs prevailed to a or less large extent in Washington county as well no doubt as iri other partsotthe statoJ Persons atte ted wfth this mn ady are generally farmers wHoI are seized with a restless debire to better their condition and are beguiled by the alluring tales rom the blooming west to seek there their fortunes The west era fever is rio so prevalent in this county as itwas some mouths ago for the simple reason that quite a number of those with the word cases have taken the cure in the shape of a trial Out of a dozen or morjs yOung men most ly farmers who went to the wes tern country this year only one or two havejedaained up t the present1 writing The otbers hjHvcome back with the remark that the western country is all right foe the man with money to invest but for the young fel low wfli no capital the opportu nities are just abOut the same as in any other ountrytForth young man not afraid of work there tire always opportunities in Kentucky and in Washington county tnat are open and waiting Besides ihe young man jeallyl atixiousfor an opportu nity will nQtwait for ito come but will strike out and make one J 4 Ifu Hi3GiiD b SCHooLThe iTindicatiqni are j that tb bond proposition in the interes ot the graded sbool which is to be submitted to a vote of the people of the district thip month will carry without trouble after thematter isthoroughly under stood The call for the election as issued by the board of school trustees appears in this issue of the ENSrLEADER and Inlly ex plains the purposes of the pro posed issuer ofbondsQuite a number of thq good citizens and taxpayers of the district strong ly opposed the proposition recently voted on and carried whereby an annual taxis to be Ilevied for tthe maintain nce of a graded school on tlie grounds of not favoring more taxation Many of thesesame citizens are npw heartily in favor of the bondI iissue however for the reason that they readily see that the issuing pf bonds will have the Afect of securing for the dis trict a lower annual tax frate aacl will t the same timei provide immediately an availabk IfuBd with which to goaheac witi the establishing of tht sebool withotsny ncesrd- elay The kite a is that nov uettu isvMy vM a f will be levied each yeajttnothing1 should be done to hinder tho early estt bUshing of the school that the people of thedistricbt may get the benefit of it and spmettiinsTfor their money T NOREASED The action o- fA the entucky Btate Bpardbf Valuation in assessing for taxa ion theJancEfises of various rajl road com mnies In the stafe theEx ible property In Washington coun ty hasbeon increased 50000 Here tofore railroad companies have reftie to give in the value pfth chises for assess ment jThe matter was taken upsometime ago and proceedings instituted to force the rail road companies to submit to an assessment of their franchiset but itjjvas n9t until recently that the 1Jter was brought to a head County ttornoyT Scott Mayes of this place hafs taken anfictive part in the movement and has- appeared before he State Board of ValuationI several times to lirgethci matter on behalf of the counties interested JThe action of the board will make a consid erable increase inthe revenue of Washinjjton1 as well as Other cbuntief where raifroads arek op erated j The increase in trieas sessment for this couny will amount to 50000 pel year andf the decision includes five years back or from 1896 to tbe present year The assessment valuation of the town and the school districts ireralso increased thus addmgjto the annual revenue of all of these RevelutleR IMmINent A sujre sign of approaching revolt flnd serious trouble in your system is nervousness Sleeplessness otsiomach Upset Electric Bitters will quicdy ismecaber the troublesome Wi Itt y tIr fI4i15t onp stomach gUH I K Injeys and Bowel Riimulate the Liver and claaify the blood Rui down yst mR ben Ut pKrtitulsr Ivauii all he iiuat at tj ding aihes vanish under itti rcbJne and ho our eff ciivensi Electrrc BIt isinlv 50aiI thati rotH ned if ir dont aive perlet iausaciioc Guaranteed by C J Hayonn Drugeist llHOI to Avoid Croup It w be good news to the mothers ofstnaltchildren to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign f cronpjis hoarseness A day or two befor he attack the child becomes hOrn This is sf oa followed by a pccul ar rough COUgh Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hearse or even after Vher6hgh cough appears and it will dispel all symptomsof croup in this way all danger and abxiety may beat ided This nmedr Is used by many thousands of mothers ajd has neyer been known to fall It is in faet the only remdy that tan always be depended upon and that Is pleasant and rafeto lakes For gale by Hayd- onr Praise the bridge that carries you over the flood or ongh Ballardp for bonnd Syrup has bronght so mBuVover throat and lung troubles suchas cough colds brouchitis etc thatIts praisnrc sung everywhere Prlqe2S and SOccuS Sold by Haydon CpngHs Colds and 6oistipati- onf people reai when takinf a loujih medicine other than Foleys HOlley and Tar that they contain op lateja which are cpnstipiiing beside being unsafe particularly to children Folcyv Huueynnd Tar contaitiBno oplutes it is safe and sure and will not coustIpae4Sold by Wood and Ja upbellMan1orWanfed iVe desire to empioy a trust worthy lady or gentleman to manage our ustness in this cqmty Htid adjoining territory Oiir house is wtltnd favorably Itr own 20 Straight Cash Sal iy and all expenses paid each week by cneck direct from head quarters Expense money adl vtncedf pi eviou s experience un nfscessary position permanedt Aidress Thomas J Cooper Ma J iger 1040 Caxton Building Otiicago II- ISalesmen fI tTo look after ur Wanted iiiter sts In JTashington and adjacent coun es8a1ari or commissuM Address thoHARVEY OIL Co ii Cleveland Ohio J I Lg rq Ltbuibn tOCIII j r l From thtf Enterprise I Postmaster Con way says he has beard nothihgas to when yorfhLebanonrouWswiIl j The Lcuisvillel Finance ant Trust Co 8 ild to Patrlct McCain thr old Rayomestean- d41OO acres of land toearflft Marys for500Q At j tie home of rtht bridfel Tursday by Rev A 0Qraves Mr BenS McEiroy of this city wasunited iamafriago to Miis Mattie BoSley Mr McEr6ys a elI novp and prosper s farmer of this vicinity and oil q of our best citizens His brlefa 4s theigp of Mr Jr 3v Bosley ojfthis city and is most estimablelady The EnV terpriso joiils aL long listqi friends in wishing them many years and much happiness AsaMr uWallace Cardwell aqr companiesi by Miss Mary Burton was going out to toe residence of Mr Foster Ray Wednesday night the buggy in which they were driving collided with the bfwasoverturning Mr CardweUs vet hide throwing both of its occ- upflt2V Luckily they e cap ed injury beyond a few slight bruises 4 Mattingly d Goodrum of tQf JndReCthe Louisville Nashville Rail road Co for damages to c vertb loss by d athofthreeJogs last winter in transit between South Louip yule and the Louisville Stoc1 pens Plaintiffs claim that the stock was delayed on the rouie three or four hours causing the loss The jury gave the plaintiffs 60 damages Judg Pence represented plaintiff j A Frlht e rUnr Running like mfta own the treer dumping the occupants qr a bundrd other accidents are every day occurrence 11 be hooves mrerybody to have are lable Salve handy and there none as god ac Bucktans Arni ca Salvf Burnt Cuts Sores Eczma urtd Piles disappear qiiicxiy under iu Roohlne affect 25o nO J Hfopd ms Drug 8 Ore Tiiil SHggestieu This tea season o tne year when the prudent ind housewife replenish es her supbl of Oharabealalna Cough Bemedy It isi certain to be needed before the witiferI Iis over and results qre much mor prpmpt and satiSfac- tory when it isfkrpt at hand and rivn as soon as the cold is contracted and beforelt bepmessettleo in the system1 In almost ever Instance a severe cold may be warded off hr taking this rcm edy freely ai soon all the first Indication of the cold appears There is nod bger in giving Ito children for it contains ao harmful substance It is pleasant to takeboth adult and chil dren like it Buy it and you wilt get the best It always cures For sale by 0 J Haydon A Tbwstad Dollars fertiefGHjd3f A H Thujues a well known coal operator of Buffalo writes I Have been aifectod with bladder and kIdney trouble for veats passing grovel br stodes with excruciating oain I got relief from tneplciues until I began to take FoleyB Cidne a nd then toe result Mas sn rprlsir A few doses started the bjick ui like tine stones and now I Have pah across my chest and I seal l P jancw ian li has done SlftXwi li ofv Scd by Wood amJ iL blteraryD yelpmcnf4inI FStUb The anr MLent of Shelt man p any puoltshersi Louisvs Ii Kentucky is another evidence df the widening5 grofh of the neW South already deVel oped along so many lines of in fustrv 1Southeritehavef- urn1shea f larH1iariOf tha best fiction produced in this century for argen rationt or ipnger IComosinow a novel from the pen 9a distinguished JKentuck ianno lUs a pe npnthn Hon CharlesWu+ c4t form rlv the United Sstes 4M1n1ster to Peru n4 froi9thp4 Of Sou hen publisning house Messrs Shell nan C mpaay Louisville Ej fUnde the Sup or the Passl lOg f th IncasVa story iI Ole Peru is ft love story of thrillingj interest nd extreme merit ex citing as a horse race from atrt to finish rich In color aid dramatic Rttuatibn illustrattd 1nexqutsit4 prodttctioa of toe lt o c ptnttig MI Funeral of the Last Inca here seen for the first time in Jhe United States Printed and bound in the mos approved style of the bookmakers art the work iis at once a credit to Southern etiterprisd as the part f vs pab ihersandawreath of laurel to tsauthoras a worthy coutribu 0to American literature Thereis one rational way to treat nasal catarrh The medicine iis ap plied direct toti affected meiabraue The rem jYi ElyCream Balm It restores the lInfldBied tissues to a Wealthy state without drying all the iife bu of them and iU gives back th lost senses of taste and smell Tfae Sufferer who is tired of Late experi enres should ute Cream Bal = Drug gists sell it for 50 tents Ely Bros 56 Warreu StN YwA Cestlj Mistake Blundrsara sometimes vety expeusives Occasionally life Itself is tbe price of a alsf aICe but youll never be rong if you take Cr Kings New Life Pills for Dypepsia Dizzinese Bead Lach Livor or Bow troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at 0J H ydons Drug Store Report Froi a Rifwi Sciwl JG Gluck Superintendent Proittty town V Va writes A fter trying all other advertised cough medicines wtf have decidedto use Folevs Honey and Tar exclusively lIn the Wets Vir ginia Reform SchopU 1 find it theI most effective and absolutely harmless Sold by Wood Campbell Fire at Lebanon Fire broke out in the kitchen of the Grundy property oppo site the Chandler House on the railroad yesterday afternoon The flames spread rapidly to all the upper portion of the building ajld on account of the heavy tin roof the fire company had trouble in fighting the fire Several openings were made in the tin with an ax into which the nozzles were thrust and tIre place deluged with water After three hours hard service the Jfire was completely extinguished The property was owned by Jrtr byWwho saved the most of his household effects some of which were damaged Loss about OO covered by insurance Mr Bell had 300 insurance on his furni ture Gum boots and other things which have been applied for would have iinsured he fire company more comfort on this occasion Ent rprise Cold waves The forecast of sudden changes in the weather serves notIce that h heavy cough and hoarse Aoice may invade toe sanctity of the home in your own health Cautious people have a tot tie of One Minute tough Cure always at hand B H Wise JJadison Ga writes I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my preeti1irood health and probably my life It cures Coughs Colds Iagrippe Broncnltis Pneumonia and all throat and luug troubles One MinnIe Cough Cure cuts the phleDml draws out the nfla matiou and heals and sooths the mu cous fining and strengthens the lungs O J HaTdon Better llai a Plaster A piece of flannel d mpaned with Chamberlait Pain Balm and bnnd ou the affected parts iis better than a plaster for a lame back and for pain id the side or chest Pain Bolm has no superior as a linement for the re nil of deeps at d musoular and thea matte paisi For sale by Haydou A Twenty Mile chase Last Thursday Policeman Briton and Brown chased Book r Royalty and Clarence DarlIng into Washington county andl brought them here and they were fined in the police court The men wore drinking and driying in such a manner as to endanger life oJimBdrton who wfw with them aud yhp tired a pistolr WAS not captnred but there is goin to be no let up till ha1 Bought to the bar of justice jn Qxftmple is going tope made of the npst fellow that fires a pistol on the street andjs ca ghtoB rrods urg Herald iiaUiiaItii verytlilng laJu thename when it comes tOWitcfi Hazel Salve toC DeWitt iko of Ohieago discovered some years agohow to make a salye from WitcI Haiel that U I specific for plIes For blind bleeding ItchIng and protruding plies euts tturni atid all fkin diseases DcWitts a1ye has a iThls has given rise toi HM crous worthless cotinterfelts Avlt fe- iDeWittsthegenulnc r t CJ Haydoa apOR vRuOUItIDTIOII pALPWpiPs Nr 7 PUBLIC SAVE OF THE S P LANCASTER BLUEGRASS FARM S P Lancaster Executors o J Plaintiffs vs Hugh Stout c Defendants Asxeeutor of the late S P Lancaster by virtue of a judge ment of the Nelson Circuit Court rendered at ifs October term 1902 1 will on- Saturday Deccmler 5 1902 ABOUT THE HOUR OF 11 A M at the front don of the dwelling house on the Nichols farm here i afterdescribedcsell at public outcry to the highest krid best bidder ihe fine Bluegrass farm lKtandsituated about six miles north east of Bardstown on the Ba ds town and Fairfield turnpike 6on toinmg about 625 acres and de scribed as a whole is follows bytberandsand Henry Brewer and Ike Steel bounded on the east by the land of John Magruder ancLjeter FJaherty bourided Qn the south BrosandIrish ofMrsAnnie IScomposedscribed as followo First tictorBaUardtractc- ontainingaut117 acres is described as follows vizr Bounded ofJohneastbyed on the south by the second tract h I1Stbethe west by landsof Mrs Shelby Wilkerson theSpaldingtrat followsBounded tands of Mrs Shelby WilKerson andsaid Ballard or Neal tract of land bounded on the east by the lands of P J Flahertyiboundea on the south by the lands of Nail westbythet The third tract otlland known as the Wright containing about northbyIke Steele and John Hall bound fJobnMagruder bounded on the south by Irish Ridge Turnpike bound ad on the west by the Fairfield pikeTERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months equal installments Purchase uiredto give bond with epproved ecufity payable to the exe tor if Si P Lancast rdeceased for tie ti9 Jorpaymenthave the force and effect of a judgment bearingsixper dent interest from dateofsaLeuptH paid with lienieserVed on said propertyuntilaU purchaseinon ey is paidi Said lland will be sold flrstin satjl several tracts orprcelsanp then be sbld dsa acepted1Executor ter I irryip ItIclllr PEAerrneed of eflec iverenildieg tobeiifA In emergencies whea something fst liand bruises fordraIned muscle an nfiutfrot onePalakllleirPerrj Davis j lit 11tThoset closing their eyes agajnsf tile recomrnendatIoIDr 1i jof J6v Consumption rwdl have a ong and bitter fightv with feff troubles IfI not ended ealltri by fatal termination 4eIi what P R BeanprBValVMtls ifeIhad every synaptonaiptCQna mltJ tlon1 She took Dn kitigr kw Piscoyery after everythiBgeB had felled v fmproveaieafe tiat once ndf uii bpttles rttYr tI- ff cured l hefc qjI i Jo Haydon drujr Ut aQtyvtyv andll TrIslb tt f 4tfi ijIn 11 That bio wsnpbpdr goad is tiftrt errands of mcif iji the jtaM and winter ttptodacctt inoeil4icer ous of coraoMdeoaiplaffita a jXonr cold will not beooaie tri riorcc sri l olll1 ake5nisl- yuseoAIknsIiIsgl itflffreq tlli tAth cgkJ aft toJi 1outnMdli11eeb digqltl9si j r j Imporfant WfL lpaperChane During Three i Detaes the Louisville Coarie JiournaJhBS stood uualerably and conspicu ously ber eJthe public as the representative oi thegreat com raonality pttthe people against both the i Robber Baron see1 tbrougfith accretion of illgot ryealih to steal away the peoples liberty bvJjfeivling away tfiefr franchise rights a9d the rkacly- tool J of thRjbber Baron ihe bandit p jliticlant masqueradingi as a statesman and a patriot the better to serve the fends bl his master In fulfilling this high function it has somelinias had to- go fastnLd sometimes toslow sometimes to cry on ward and sometimes e cry hair some rpptothitngsahead bnt never changing the diroctionof ifs movements J1d1 tways true tothet undying prin cipal oUts being expressed by the simple demand Jpr The greatest good i to the greatest numcJ f With the advent Of the nev Jan1nanbegan a campaign from which it Jooksl for commamding results and the better to teach tHeo jjecrit tias before it the twice a pweelredition fwaschanged to tbej old weekly Courier Journal hichtoll quart rol a centary wasliterally a1J piitica bible to mUlionsof lericaDiwbo knew they could tb9th itsvpres once audits disinterestedness r The cfew weekly Canner Jour balliis modern in eyery respect and jsja piper for the home it is issued eVory Wedneaday and its ten Or twelve Veignt columnl piges are filled with1 tne best work of the best writers The price bt the paper isLiVyeatn advance arid it is well worth jW By a special arrangement with thepublishers of thKCour icrfS3burnali yon cap get that paper and the NEWSLEADER one year for 150 DetneN r1911ctj b fared JBy local appllcaUoas M they cannot rsnchthe diseased portion of te a trThere ts only one remedy awl tnatlsjby coafltlintlbaalwmkdlesi Deafteli Is cans ed by an inflated conditlom otthf mncgus nnUg oftho Euotachlan tube When ibis tubi HflamedynttbkVe a kdmbUng sOund dr fmperfecfr neprfneana when It is entlreiyiclpwddeafnm Igtheresujteannl the inflamaUoa canW taken out and this tube reJ9It4 to Its normal toat1IU nhear- lug will be dostroved forever nine cases out of ten teapsedby Catarrk which Is nothlngbut aiui5amctcoudlUoa 9f iomucous membrane we will give One Hundred Dollars for afly cisc of Dcafnsss caused kv cattn that canoljba cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free l i F i heney Co Toledo O v LiAS attractive woman 4hrive8ib good food and sunshine 1Uh plenty of j znKJtroubled with a restive liabTD eilak s few doses of Hetbine teansc her tif SO cents Wtelmpru tM1ai cough aid colds itis well to know thet Fol eDisiy and il 14btgreaest thrfljtmndllung reniedy It circa quickly and pravcnls seiiotti fesUUs fronicotdC cl61tstt1I1 I attraH A inantri Indiana iis5 shipping isWnd crpipbf lra oerries to thfgor A f ir iWeffeffidh county hi iitiecCthe third irbpof Ipo fgett the 1fm grd nd Waknielinnardillripeliij in Hardin courity tni ihe vffei 1ndoiiidbe tialiled to tlowitby tb Ji Jtbl d t th rn1Yaiy inirket rthe iputtinlttuceLsi i Astrna t r t Wetre4Ay c i1 raioil ntthre a acbkir II I sti1tIn-Iyesnlcas I- oIJt fa Aid 1whooplpgc wIt c1c scs mwftkjkI Xass z THEOLD IIJA1Z 1IWi b1iPDWDERI APt a 2HZKTS N05UKT7TUTE and radishes on the marke T grownsinceOctoor L The lilac bushes are inltill bloom Hqwesvallej V Fruit treer are in bloom southern Kentucky IIn the same secti nth hoh gr bee is sucking sweets from tWe 4 clover bloom a Birds are seen makingther nests thinking spring kas come again f f tI TVV Ifyou eel ill and need ai pill i Why ntpurchase the best JDeWmg Early Risers lAre little surprirers Take one they do the test V i W hrHoweltofHotistoI Texg4iKave uSed DeWitt tittle Zkriy r Riser Pills inmy family foceWstifi tion sicthtadache etc To ik iiUf iI act indebted fr1be bealtltof my farnltv na Jon t i Disease and danger lurk in the T tal t orgau Theblood becomes vitiated iT ahd the general health is uadermiaedV whenever the stom baUd liver fail to per orm theiri Sanctions as nature intended Herbiiie will toBe p the t stomach regulate the liver vrkere all x oUter prephration only relieve Soldt by Haydon rAINT S Or are YOU not satisfl d with tbe one you 1iaveKl3y jon Srkmti to make a change The tikif advantage of tne Ebw Kotiui tTrip Homes kero or OrlW Settlers Rate offered by the Louisville Hendern and St I Lonisr Railwa- yrbeyorJdsFsdr Line To the West and Southwestt Tickets on salClPirsti t iiid Third J Tuesdays1rie mora thUIJO and iincjudujsI April 21 X03i Ask us for rates l t 1J L Irvin Gee LGarrLtf Genl Pas Agt fTrav PuAtt Lonisvillei 3Ky Nodcfj Th St tRosefarm iis Po ie4 according to Jaw and all hunters and other trespassers are notifiW f r stay qtf fl ROTER97Manager Worms take refuge in th small ia testlues wherethey can easily wajti ply Whites Craam Ver if age will destroy these parasites The Vjcfdkt of the pcop1etnJ1splalnly how w Uit has succeeded Price IS cttit Sofcl byEaydou LIFE IN THE JINORT W SWj i1 fVou1 havesny4Osbfcbai tog your loiatlogo1ntthe fiiV N rthwetwl reUle is worth living gP4 4QouUtry ttlant agaiajtsJt is MOW ForKriiiJMr iruit raisingand xraclB M T portion of our CO try equals it IVrlgation lakes the famer in dependent where iimjiitiia to prrc ice andthe ajinet JIrrtfalile parsof owiCoy ape iin M tana mid VWaslmgioa Th towns and cities are aU rowing rapidly IB the Korthirelt Let me k owroII 1and wfc will try Q1ty fi There are llforWi Df plwi e kinds of lnI iimth HaiftuM o tern States thropfll W1I e4i Ifce t Northern Pacifei rs Hf Dot t 0 matt un jtiHJk is teb late io go i irLow Bettleri Ratee are iac if effect during anphseiWr itOctober Mft kfe Ss eay- o1 cq want an4 tui ii jss- whatItwi1l Iif CA8SFE j Gen Ps 4ge3 NtbaPacHU RyM 8tPanl Mies U C WiqncIia pomi t s1t of W1nci4r IpA 7 IIUbi 4 haLLIsVer ii oroep suM oaly vsl e ur Ie I7I T dT5fiIs l1etiitters tk aI fHl Ml it ayed tSS 1 SIIUS btMates IoM b Wood A ieU v i r THE NEWS IIADtt FU3LISUD vPtY lJWUDAY t it j A YEAR IN ADVANCE a t SP nGPl iD kY LLDANt Jr Drrot1C F3L1sazn L Local or bii iawa notices 10 centS per ci fQCM1 lMf1t llt8lwOB eUs oind1date and political matUrv centsPk ta i Job rdaeat low rates bit casbI aInst b ptildo deflvjrYl of goods t Airt13faCC0fltCth adO on1Lbera1 kvu rr 4 i S Obltuarle and resolutloas of reapecta ats peT rae LNOUNEiNr- 950 CVUy Mag15tatS ounty Otcer QstrItOft1cCLJ tc 1z1 lkXVCEMBElff 2 t t tr tt CJerk Vearea thorIaeeLt6 announce the NmeC n p c1JrJJ9 LEt af a lcJindidate for the office of Clerk x fJbe 5VaVnington circuit Court abject to the action of the Demo iticpirty The fl1tysqVeih congress convenJd at the National Cpi al MondayandJresident Roose yeIts message pas enreaa iJThe message cfeal with anumI f ber of leading questions The p invites X3ongtess to ir ppsiderit U enact further statutes for the Iregulation of trusts ana also to- v aporopriate a lend forth en iorcement of existing statutes y dealing With the combinations After enuncnting his iaith in a it j jprpteQtive tariff he suggeststO jneihodsof partiall xeyision where ki any pardcritat ease I seems to dejn nd iiecirtity treaties i 1snlreiS onby Congress acting k jliit1i finding of itcomrnittees t or a specialcoiriniitteOf eco f I nomiciexperts A cautious re J adjusimentoft financial legislation f i r vfttii ii vieY to producing a more- vVejiastic curreicy s3tem3 ad 2 vjelll The administrationi of 1i S t piJtour colonial possessions is corn mended likewise the work of the iAtnerican army in the Jhilip f tf riiaes A reorganization of Iha army and militia establishments r is trecommyided A further iin f cranse in thonav establishment j e3pc1tl4y in the matter of olit i isac3l k t iLrI p 2faticStito primary qiiaJtion iis notyet fettled Judgw t iis Prye the Hon X6wis Me t Q tiowii and Judge John A nil 1 JtVtpakill represent the Dem- ovcnuticStateBxecutveT Cotumit tee in the injunction uit filed by Oominitremanaleacliami Thy- k swill offer and argue motion for I i the flio1hioi ofahe injunction bjiforb Gircuit Judgehv Gantrill at P Frinkfort December 16 T f1191cl iiOQii Wushingtirf 1 tisiiaiainoog the nominations t JJs 1 j2t1 S 1ute bythePr J1 tt jf d iiJ jci tld o J Bl jpoltterl u MstD aPent iviiiA tOri LWts i vlItidL34li Coml1t etP J sirr i Agent twibeylEnvOy JBif c ro ftmry inclrdmiste PJ t1pp tp f A taatiirJ to xiiilifttto itii and Hbn rdatvt ai0 Gen Rusll Algt i fpriller o 7 1ijijctjy1otebViLwas yiaterLtY it Jlihljftj1 l sitTr 6fidiOt Jt M1Jf- LIL 3ItOicISf i1It i il i NjUOM1l AssoittiQii Qt ti Parisand xhib iti 1s t l3 Lf 0 r xea piembtf it to 26 astse i fdiite 61tbe Jientacky B ate Pair liViyt H3 era 1 Tat poitLiyL c is aU rbrtf uti iun lseia R s s Wood aud ItJ JPI JS011Y JiF n Oij lI ij 7i 4 I LYIitItnow IV was Lrtiirfc1i t tL2 ed 1 fi P Y tPaisli1 nrlCPl l Cox JK ii v t i d1iniAtm allrjRelait j 7tI3 yailer1fjJI j ib they fl Ln 1IT WsIoaued Yoing o f eiiPic i jiil1Ii liiid our the 4 ln Je llf stlie guti whiiu Coit fyj r sii gt nv fence Tbe gun 4 i Stsdis hrmJudJ the ball pus r I Ii A bttYld 1f 1gh50ung Pughs hind 1 j t iILtapainuLt flsbwotrnL f1T b ioa weru b olcet however J ttln1 b will baitl rjghL a a F Crfs Rif rd stilJ ypr b 1dde trottI1e can at 1F01eftXt44 y LycrIi iaie SU bY Wo4d I1 r ai 4 P Ut NIIIII w jU 1 iI I inWftH iV 1t r r t News frol ile County I i it t 4 4 lIppenli n the Zouiity i4Iefl i m 85Reportedbyour Correspondents 1 m Mi iMM j tuniJ W1LiISflhJ1i1t4 lp jjb Miss ElcoSrfifstfotafrhas been visiting relajres aqdVfrtencIs atl McAffeefor tWo wesBs It Tt Miss Ol ief Gray and brother of Maple Hill visited iriends here last Saturday Mr and Mrs R b1ertSheI maker of jPetiwick spent Sunday t With PX3 ishewmaker John Miiburn iisyeryjHwith t ttyphoid fever near this placecMisg Lulu Merritt has1 been illll fo aherseveral but We i Margaret Cheathara 13 also onT thssickiiist V Frank West of PerrAyille is visiting at v the home of W P Ohoattiam Mis Lessie JSnodgrass of Cor Dishville was lin our town lust Sunday IMTs Louella Birch and daogjis ter of Eouisville Mrs Ed Birch of Boston pent Thanksgiving With Mrs M ary Jane Birch The hdnd of deStK has ben laid upon our little friend Oec r Smothers itr the 10th year of his gelie bas passed into everlast il1r st The Supreme Master God and Lord ofaU hag exer clsed that power vested in Jiim ply and baa deemed it best Jo reraoye by death ouriittle frjend Oscar Hisrmother haying pass ed qver hat river of deatb sev era years ago left him in the care of a beloved friend Mrs Sue Gray who bad raised him and cared focihiu as her oyrju Ha- leaves a father brothers and sisters to mourn his loss He will be greatly wised jn ihe- homeoftheseind people who Jiaye thrown their esteem and affection upoi himdHe will be missed iin the Sunday School and in school but we poipt th trw lug fathrio th t great eomfpri in death and we tender thb bq reavedone our depest sympathy The remains were deposited in theEairview cemetery ujf this place by the side of his mother on Satuaday evening Nov 27 W S Gibbs sold to Wm Dui rett 7 3yeSr obimules at 110 each a five year old gilding to n E H9u hns f rJ35 afco he bougHt a pair brfnules undl t vo nice horses at Lawrenccourg Pric not given John Mcllvoy is buying turk JVB at 8 ets Our popular merchants art doing good business at this place buyJIfiJatL Missing 4 sack containingi a rlar amount of mail sent JfrqnJ thi Danville post office isittisstnjr Last Saturday week J meYHofck er the ml crier took the mat1 oclocfmailteqThe local thai1 sacks werj WElDS Cbnsumjpfipn is ajiramah weed nVunsTiing best in weak lungs Like other weeds itfs youngwhenOoldj lDbssible Strengthen the Ijungs as ycju would weak land JHJJ TtHe weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer js Scottfs Emulsion Salt pork iagoPd too utit is very hard to dig st consumplion t yourselfOthers Dont wait until you cantt 4ongferBegin t t6taM S otfs Emulsion it isnt really c nsitmptiOn ISO mudffhe betteryouwillsoon ifbrgetitand be better for tjhe treatment If ittiS consump ttQlY btl cant expect ftoijoe cured atonce ut if you sdll begin in time and will Jb rigidly regular iff yourtrat mentyouwillwiri 31ISc tttsEniulsio ifieI1 irI l 1caneata1 you Jls hS treatment ndI thtsthebesttreatmthe r iI Wewiilstdrc a little 1iI tfal Eiul 2ioafr 4 t tr IdieeLwg1biIs t tSCOTTCIr JiryIBM jrf jKBwJK v patlwithTi jifcnibej t which had eer thrown off toe one clock rai1pj t +olclockpassenger h maif agentiOthe 4oc1o k rain says the did not receiye the Daj viJlB Bail and RockeD saj he put it in them all jcar And that is the way thVmutter stands wither the sack was stolen at lihti depq thrown or a the wrong station or stolen from the ranare attmrsfor itfvestlga tioa The sack it is thought oitain a nuniberof registered letters and ai gredf many checks n the localf banks Mr Linney has repotted the matter to the Jiiif t1 hth iti s Dlo ville Advocatef Queer Jnpnneme Belief roflie Jajpanef believe Itt more myth leal creatures titan Any other people on tle globe LvHized or isavnge Amon tliese the piythlc il animals without aiy temarKnble peculiarities of con formation but gifted with supernatu ral attributes such as the tiger which It said to tprn as rhlte as q polar bear o jthe date off his one thou andtl1 b rthdays They also believe Inn se- cIebf for which If he4ires tobe fifty years old without having been qhased Uy a dog tra nsiorm itself Into a biu tiful woman THIs ame fox If bccan tianage to ltvq for a century gains adr cJtlonal powers such nil becoming a wonderful wizard etc When lie lives I to bo 1000 yearS old he beComes celestial fox wlth nlne goldeh tails nd has the poweirof going to heaven md returning whenever he chooses These JaM also believe In a multi udo of animals distinguished by their npnstrous size or by the multiplication rf their numbers Among these are erpeuts 800 fet long arid large mougb to swallow an elephant boxes with eight legs monkeys with four ears rind seven tails fishes with ten beads attached to oie body hq flesh of tills last monster being a sure cure for bolls bites of poisonous serpents hydrophobia etc IShe Wa ThankfuL Not long ago a clergymau In th course of ministrations among the poor ota large provincial town called on an old lady who bad been bedridden Tor tome years Well Mrs Davies ho said Sand how are you today i Oh Im pretty well thank you sir was the cheerful answer uAll thafs right respondedtheC- lergyman sympathetically I hardly expected you to be In such good spIr- Its with alt your afflictions I was afraid I should find you downhearted No no sir she cried Interrupting him no no Indeed sir Ive much to be thankful for I have Why only the other night when that house just oppo site was on fire I couldnt help thinking qf all the poor people crushing each other in the street arid many of them not getting a sight of the fire at all while lien was I all nice and comfort able in bed and I could see it heirutt fully through my window without even turing overV No np Ive a lot to be thankful rorPcIsons HE FILLED THE BUCKET Story of Grant When lie Wa n PIeb at Wjit POint Thrre is a story told or GenerarOraut when a pLb He had just entered on his first day Inpleb camp A first classman Jbo iiiiiotIted the 1I0Si Strong build intimated to hUn it would be a pleasure to have hint cal Imiue dlately at fifr senfprs tent Orant went Tbcjre lan rule it West Iolnu which wasfa rule then as well that cadet whtt asks another to perfpua menlallabor fofJiim shall be dfsnl1ss lltrom the service The first elassrnnil Iltdtcoutright tqtlQ anything ot fie kinu but here is the way he went at I presume Mr GranK thatyuo have lived on a farm and this being tot case you have bad undoubtedly n good opportunity note the effect f the suns rays on certain objects row tf you bacJJeftn water buchot rU was Innocent of hpldlug asiugle drop f the QuFd out In the Bunfromflts rU nguor Its setting what do you thinK fit woeldiethnarUcui ir cffcct upori that particular water bucket I think salof Guilt that it would jet wanied mind leally JVery good Mr Grant You Jhoy erudition beyond your years N JwAC you will notice my water bucket you will see thalrlt Isn dry as a chip Now by he further exercise of jrour knowledge Mr Grant can you ttell iiio by what means Jmay prevent the warping anfl leaking of my bucket Eave It fill df sold Grant Very good again Mn Grant but pote that you said have It filled not flU It1 That necessarily means that some one must fill it for me You bavfe shown so much acumen that I tent to violate your prescription either in letter or In spirit which should do If t presumed to carry the bucket to the water tank myself Grant filled the bucket Ita1a Marriage Droller Marriage brokers are a regular Insti ttuUon In Italy In Genoa there are soy marriage brokers who have pocketbooks filled with the names of the marriageable girls of the different classes wiUiUotes of their figures per sonal attractions fortune and other clr cnmstances These brokers gQ about endeavoring to arrange matrimonial al ilauc s in the same offhand mcVcantllc manner which theft would bring to 1ar upon a purely business transac tion and when they succeed they get commigsionf2oy 3 per cent upon the dowry wlthjsuch extras of bonuses as nay be voluntarily bestowed by the- earti JOnion Sance As a tang from the tomato must Mually served with breaded lamb chops try tin onion sauce made in thin way Slice two offIt very small three onions and cook theni In water t ra few momenta and drain utttbcur In to just enough bolljne water tofcovcr lidft 9UU19 silt andcopk unlitfender jCoblc tfthe two teblcspoopfulseacb of Solir and bitter an3 wben perfectly ioot1i add 6ehalf in tt stock crcnmtld a IwlUifoonfiU hot salt and ingar and a dash 0 esyanne Vbe the onion Is tender press It throjtch It cola and add the water la whit tWYoik 1T i t flofyiajsi GirlIFrom twelve on an centaga utiihg chjWrejj relinquish thb JJ IdeS that sell Is necessary m thea olie1 1Glllllpersonal expurluicfs often describe oc1 cashins of their own timidity This pro mbly due to the different IsI tniliing nglll receives She Is con tlhtmily drlllid to be a lady whIchIIn most tnHva means tto drop her nill Instincts and to Imitate the adults of Iur eiiyironment About twelve she loses the f irii ssness she has hitherto shared with her brothers and becomes sehomesjThistog abilities for while before almost all their tricks wefe un their own sex now the a nle of heir fun as recorded Is tOkfrlgh pii some girl or to make her jlook rldictjiloiiH A boy of twelve lustra es this tendency and by his mixed clauses gives further material for smiles The best Joke I saw played wJiS puttltfgn bunch of fits crackers by n lady that were not lit and they 1redtJerrCcotury Score Twenty Is called a score because It represents the whole man ten fingers and ten t4s Ktymologicaliy it menus timesjtwenty jr one man it was usual to cut a notch In n stick and begin again and so It went on one man two men amid so on This Is why sheep are sUIIuutedbY the score Now n tally French tallle cut or nicked means an account kept by means of a notched tICk and until the end of the eighteenth century such sticks were given ns exchequer receipts accom pauled bjy a written document This was alsoitTie usual way bf kecpTijgae counts the Inns of the middle ajgea The nnujber of drinks or meals a ens tomer scored against him on what b1were tally stick and when twenty or a whole Janl wns expected to pay In IDle Engljah country lUllS scores are- A r kept on n slate four chalk marks andonei rnsJfillVe aiid four of these eke tVeutyOr a score For flIs5orreIgis Sake Cbe shah of 1erxjii wlajilnErance buffered from n loot lnicheV and so a dentist sa sumniopd to Veuidve the Offending tooth Hiitjl lIke lefesf exajted Qiortuls the shah vhcn koI found him celf face to face vltj the dentist dis covered that his toohaeiihad disap peared iud so qbsoTutelv rcfusedtbbe operatetl on However his majesty declared that be did not vNsh the den tlst to lose blK time and u commanded that a tooth should be r racted from each of bla suit He ii this with his eyes fixed on the groiindtand then suddenly looking up found to his In tense amusement that ah his minis ters and stuff had quietly sUpped away except jthe grand vizier whom he com pHtnen cdUPOIl being the only one faithful enough to undergoa little discomfort tot his sovereigns sake Then he Jlsuilsseil the dentist with a present Kollixrcd lntruetlon Too Far Threj women were having an experi cnce nieetlnp The Oral told bower maid linil locked her In the bathroom and ildl from the house The second tpld oft n c en cook who had boiled a wuttruelon The third wild We1 J uiy latestt treasure Jms Just landetl nnil did not know liow to wash wlndo H iirtw wled to explain nintteis to Her bt live on till tifth an iit rtiueiii bouse anti I soriUf Her uw to wash the outside sUthli tin1 itiiU ietllng her feet Hang Into tilt nwril Imuglni my amaztjnieiil when went twrtk a few mlnutls later nnd omul her washing the glims mi e it mil sitting with her fcjel iii1 g into the street New york Tinuti CtlftK SlrJichliMlii A qjiestlo nl1llitl asked Is In tt9 gard to the iiul lil litt iiroililliiR sleigh bells fontnfnhis Iron tuills larsen than the opening iu the iIis Irevlpus to ma dug a cnt the maker of slelghltells puts troll bill Inside nnel core just the sluiyt of the Inside of the bell This arid eon with tire jlnylet Inside Is placed In tin mold of tilt outside an J them ht1 uietnl poured Inwlilch tills tip the spact lntwoeii thp core and mold The hot iultnt lulriis the core so that It rail In wliaktu nut IfavIiiK ball wit bin the sliell halt valves swivel joints and IrIrrryoer articles ore cast in the same manlier 31552iinas- Oneof lft tire most reinarkalile bulldlnpa In the world Is the palace of the king of Slam It Is Inclosed In dazzlingly white walls over a mile In circumfer ence Within these walls are temples public otllces seraglios stable for the Entered elephant accommodation for 1000 troops cavalry war elephants sad nn arsenal There Is also a very fine theater where English French perfforking himself Is extremely fond of tbp ftricflsv i from Her Former suite Shes not as pensive as she was lw forq you married ber shes expensive uowIndian IuNo News 1 ttgzen1t rsesaee iatD the sfreetstrom catbagsdrawnUP ove1 their no cs andabbliflg aOut Isa mannenyhlch hust make itCry jun comforlablf to eat ones dlnrierln that way The Boston Herald tells fn bright bore aown Ia Pie Alley whIch hadtne jeacheA the bottom of his bag It grabbled awfully but oafs were sweet and he wds bun ltbe Jn front of him Stood a wagon jind the wagon had a wheel Happy thought He Balked up to the wheel rested his canvas iigii the top ofir and tinisbejihis dinner to tbe4qSEOat- in n comfortable leisurely fashion and Iwith a twinkle In his eye If that was a triumph of mind over mutter what was It r to CP Young IHosecrets of keeping young vigorous and supple jjointed Is to con tinue to practice tbe activities of youth and to refuse to allow the mind to stiffen tbe muscles by Its suggestIOn of age limitations If men like Peter Jkeptbust manhood when far Into the eighties Laid succumbed at forty to the thought of approaching age how much of their valuable life work would have remained undoneISuccess ASurety Somehow said the girl In blue I cant help wishing I had acepted him Why dear asked the girl In gray Why he swore that hed never be happy again and Im afraid be Is Ah yes commented the girl In groreflectlfely Aa matters are now you cant be sure that he Isnt but If youd married him you cxiuld wak- esre of If Chlcago Post Depend on Clrcam tance Sbe Do you regard marriage as a necessity or a luxury He Well when nman marries a cross eyed girl who says silly things wjiose nose turns up at the end and Whose tether lIs worth about 2000000 1 Hhtiuld say It was a necessity Chi CUgo ttecprdHerald A Matter For Wonder i Mrs Jeck itwho has returned from lagarali ttood speechlessr Mr PedWoirfuli wpderfull To himselfHI wondeJiow ilzrara did itDetroit Free Presp Lawn Game In England We get nothing tike the pleasui nt of our lawns which the English do Where we are at fault Is that we tIo not use our lawns to anything like their full capacity of enjoyment Here and there we them as the framing of lawn tennis or croquet courts which we make eitberof dirt or asphalt and here and there we mark out upon their surface n baseball diamond Still rarely and only In limited localities they are used for the playing of cricket Both the latter games however re quire for their outfielders rather a field than a lawn within the ordinary mean hu of the word and speaking broadly add generally It may be said with trutb that we have no games which squirt only a lawn atd nothing more Nevertlleless the two games of jack o itlie green or lawn bowls and quoits have enl their own through ten eon terries atJMist In Great Britain and in later fi 1 have spread with the race to the remotest parts which might be played on tIt4 s of thousands of lawus In Amertcto the great advan tage of the players flj to the enhance ment of the pleisurpt country ute Country Life In Agilc Ailigatarrteit Alligators Bests resemble haycocks more than anything else to which they can be cojnpared They avertg e ShoOt fOurjeet In height rind ftye feetIn diameter and are constructed of grass and hetbngo First the mother gator deposits one layer ot egg on a mortar like floor iiud having covered this with a stratum of mod and heritage about eight inches thick lays another set of eggs upon that and so on to the top there being commonly from 100 to 200 eggsiln A nest With their tails the par eats then beat down the tall grass and Weedsto prevent the approach of un seenilucmles Thee female watciics her eggs until they lire batched by the heat of the sun and then fakes her brood under her oWn rare defend ing them and providing for their sub sistence now Itocketi Are Made Skyrockets are made for two pur poses fat signaling and for decorations or celebrations For signals the charge consists of 12 parts of niter 2 of sul phur andS of charcoal The decorative rocket Is the one we see used on the Fourth oJultltIJI composed of 122 parts of finely pulverized powder so otI niter 40 of sulphur qud 40 of dfast Iron malq part of the rocket Js a raise madeiby rolling stout paper covered on one sIde with paste around a wooden form attire same time apply ing considerable pressure The end is then choked or brought tightly together with twine The paper case thus made Is placed In n topper mold so that n conical cot net splndlQ will pass Dp through the choke and the composition Is Ufeu poured In and packed by blows of a wallet on a copper packing tool made to fit over the oplndic The top of the case Is then closed with n layer of most plaster of paris one Inch in thick ness perforated with a small hole for the passage of the flame to the upper purl or jct Tir pot is formed of an other paper cylinder slipped over and pasted to the top of thecase and sur mounted by a paper cone filled 1tJa1 i Christmas GamesI FREEIn each pound packnge ofj Lion CffI Ii v 10 inQ y1 l eritm g yin be found afr 1 g n 11nl1t l1 1 ldiJl5qyct v 5O dffLrCi1lM1j f eIIj IjJicc aFrco G1rAAt 4r fft0pjJJ t Your Qrcers t pl Tw J vi v tj IIaiaIevii4g1 ilii JtWepr uies I f fi JJ s t I 1 e = LyJiL rtJO tlOTfJoJ tApdvehicles yStyleataY4Yrin 11Cali andn ke a selection anc1 be rady lsS I Ct rf t g 4Youi v tB have grass seeds of ajl kindsi V j 1 Oatsae a S d ntlJU IIPJ t j GIEENI hE 1 isEDfOB- LACKDRMUGOT tonsfipatioIsuotuTxnore than a clogging of t 9uowels and nothing IC8 than vital stagnation orvdeath h nn relieved If every cbnstiaUJ sufferer could realize that heij allowing poisonous filth to rfnain in his system he would soon get relief Constipation invites tut kind of contagion Headache bilious ness colds and irw other ailments disappear when constipated bowels areri Moved Thed horougbJycleaM and natural manne thout the violeritBe sure that you j the origi nal Thedfords BlakkDranght made by The Chattanooga liedi cine Co Sol4 bv all druggists in 25 cent and 8100 packages 1901IDTlBShttOOhlghljlV aU the Urns ud hare lLi It f r the last ten yean I sever nf children Lay other lazattre clunk 1coald never be able to without It on account of twlnp troibled wIth roDitlpaUoa Ton edldne IT allthatkeepftmenp B TI Luck of Resryp MHe had no reserve How often we hear this expression on change or In the street when a tinn has failed or when a business mntr been pushed tto the wall It wiUU luuke a fitting iltaph for tire gravv o mania fah- rft A man without reserve is like a condemned leaky vessel On a calm day Itcan be towed from port to port hut It v6uld be utterly helpless in a storm Many educlIUOll from trick of reserve of oear1y training of solid Ingrained habit Others tin front lack bf reserve of Ravings of capjtal Many havepne down rRom tire luck of char actor reserve of reserve of friendship reserve h vvs to rtore tip resent of every kllIr j be prepared for every em ricncv o exhausting effort too eXtrpragzLItt 11pcuditure too leckli daring or too uiubi reliance ii uiityiywu factors leive no margin or reserve soHhut a slip woutcl mean It certain fall StictW Srolcb Snpcr tUlou In a ncent visit nil Id to frleuc abroad iIeatwe pcrtyjs n superstition that wi new to uc hjattrayrlrr Ihr other day Out tiny at dinner Boiuebody hit n glass whith bin the ringing Jingling noSe that fs familiar when gla ewnro Is struck end Iramcr dlntply nnothex guest covered the piece with iris iiud so ns to muSic hf douud Every one rt nt snIdTV rIght stop the r fOUiu OUt on Inquiring that a 4je uses this ringing otU gl v te tto cease If saves a human tlII drowning How tbe notion 41iIIIIt ex plKi hut these qitlakof w rt hit ntnnd 10 lrallyglvfn tp cbira1ilig absurd Iiw It Is aUl1 to be Scotch In11lolou but nofae of my friends could x w light on Its origin Story of Clint Jnsnstox- it gambling story uild pf Charles James Fox tbut ra vdlKts on his honor He was oiu iie iirdeiit fid4 wirers of Irs Crevt r noted Utvuty of her dny and It luted that a genlleamii lost a coLt iiibleSup to this lady at play mid i otnu obliged to gave Mr Fox th ifhribgIiigfhim to tlol 1ILqCtOIIi hU not hnviiijc Wld the In person lox lost ev It heftni nioniliigi IMrai Crewe t fteu mlttliIOSC debtor nftvnvurd arid surpriMU tthat he never noticed the circumstances Jit Jfiijitb delicately hinted the m erlohlni Bless mel sold he ItpaItlthemon ey to Mr Fpx three bsngoljC Ob dlj yoti slrr i fullMrs Qrewe r proliably begood naturedjy paldineandJlfargol iu Jv r He Waai Oneifttie TwJ UnCle deorg Vou are always cpm c1tQrnlfbut3oquarrel HarryrIn this wise tM twO aremy wiT and my wifes mother IJosto ll JranscHpi ft biiLi P Iii byerInydhemCieJ CoPfoand It eil4ithItttI the Mllovr d1rcptlln tfie t1wri lintfer his ibrc4t Wevi ovpnlohe tlionppiaiist In teai of faerely wmlim put and ItowInR her thanks 1ln gtiliig ii sing agatnlICI cZ1goTrlbnl1ej jg Child laboi lean uiMlwjmWe itap- 11uitr7Bit0nicl thtriId t ft c1osefiihrs Our bo rtrs now fjS1iofsiw nf fhinipgltVridll fnobj bLest on fhemarket A JI 4 i CEMENT i LAt L west Prices J 7 IROI1 LUMB I DDRESSEDLUMEB- SASHhant tOORS- LAJHS i arid SHINGLES c tv r iCjNTBACTINa Auythirigin the buildjiigi line altheSRRiiNG JI ELDL UBER C0Vs Yard ij it CALL 4B GET PhIUCI FCTS C NCERNINGSLEEPI tnit XnfIiii ite V Ii ral V J to sclii r rtrti yrofiKslfiUni ninnt IJUojiMWili la iipt to 1t1bCIl rsrwlp 1rtVf and Itisomiila t LiitC iiniittaiiteiiiwiio- a lusied lu geiuiuuit t1lnlu tie n reliant the bjiukef all nllkei zitl1- 0ccxt llmt selll eoutrbl which can ujiit0e l4 laiiid us nvqll asleep as- a e n Xonnal Bletp Bhouta be purelya philological l repose diiilbr to the rest of aulmals who go tq bllpep with the dtiicsa and awe wIth the light St iv ark Mr said that efets like hntT and thirst representing a diml uu oii of Wiry throughout the entire bo I hOrdj think this cart be true but la my j JqU1ent sreep rather sug gests the diminution ot the nergy of till brainy and heisa wise man who talcs th hint when brain tag lets In ofnr tluI nud gpea comfortably nit roeri to LfCf couiRsti itgoes withOut saying that nit is hot the only tlinevfor slecpi llVn nnd wolnert ihparc busy could stre t JUKMI fcTCluiuutesbefo after tbij uoouuiy Xuiiciieou to catch a little Bfuv ant lhdeeU am nearly ure thtt the uponiiiy Sap Is worth foe more tljan JIIi noonday eat4n the digestive rocssea lire surely hindered during the periods of mental activity and ltfs the4bxceptPhallpersooro this busyorld of ours hoi5 not called j upoI to useal1 lk braInanbrawn to l blt1tt from every imberpa jcare aod W6n It sleep falU to be wooed to take about twenty1 minutes tiveryday innb- sofiktepece and uletsesUverflnt- he ind frem3ijlantIetIe and relax lag t11thethutes A iabltfi 6r this tlbcesaakc1fe IJqousfotbefr faml llesj Jfu wPKl lfke tllisrspotfinlfroiri considerable exierlenco were heeded Hilgrlm s A f j t l BIaenlnkthe bsetb checks a i mdtw1l j t f DCLAS8IF1TtONj Tbe Wa7e Carload of TVamn lCar DcIsninted IB exieepIn Morlro the blimff QtfaII0adf- reight Kiures a knovirledife and prer clston vvlhelj can onlybe attained by yea rs ot i ractlcei TIdE fs due iotbe peculiar clusslflcatlQii of various prtlto cjcs and hlidlfrcrentrtttesof customVj duties A case recently occurred which severely ttwxed the Ingenuity of Ihe cfailou jngcnl aitfcougb he finally sue f CRededJ4 nicetlngalj rcqulrementa The Tuvi n waV oveirHu with iramps anfl the couiTcirdcJterrnloedthafc stepr must be tIn tqrld tcIty ot then tt wt i llnaltydeqklezito round thcui up ithr ship tlittriUt othet tountry IIt would be tod cXiWnslve to purchase tICQntlIeypelUt1ri4Ojlit stock cars and shlptbelr trnlUps n freight The cats were procured arid bt the nldof the police th1e tramps were kath prcdt buttheatlieqtietIouarose us to designatedionTile term Cejntonsi Leonid not be sCI 1 it FPuid solltUctwl lstatIfivf elatlve to proper occommodjdtlonf i oi the tzavelin pobi6tbqpieta- lso be In tIolatlPnofthet companys rules govcrJiing Jhe catea of pnsfl nter trhfllc SlArketable copmodltles would liot do riit that would toibjecf thtf carload io a b avy duty vppfiiros tbf1tOu1l1hnvthe dispatcher mIraettbecarsi4 frockeaIo tki15 I nut forltuaaleljr1 tb M Is a c1stors law which exehipts certain klbdu M cHripAitfc ftoEi dutr Mi Ii tter much c5bdratoN tbe tvsmpS a billed and fprwiirMi M way tawr drcdwclglit o fwUUalO ura tft 1tn tto y Jt I i ELE jANfS1t I I Vew Grow Nias Feet iIabllee Ma I JOT 1t IIiJJtld JoltEktiit the ayerrp vrni tt ji4eints ttUt aIthoij JIihQtIipe jzi rDli1dorl te pintisettsity or eighty years iht1bOIVhLt tlgcirtqu aitct sthzi1i tllFthtity1I The uiosureaiij vi fSutmiiirp proximate idea ctlti0faage Is bf tIn lamcuut of ior io iT itbeuieredtt P- of tile car lnyzrr IP 1Bi80me times up to thlt iYeglifornlnt1 years the edle jiuite straight It hpwever theu bi Uts turn over and by jbejixne tin lnaIs thirty tht edges lap over btbe extent of an Inch and between this ageandalxty this increases to two Inchea cr sightly more Extravagant ideas are held at to the height of an elephant Such a thing ag an elepfiant measuring ten feetnt the ishould r does not exlit In India or Burma SandersoiC wile Sad mitted to be the bet authority pa the subject sayf e Iftrge t iinllie over met with measured 3 feet 10 Inches and the taUest female Steef5fscbeS The majority of jelephasvtf beerare below eight feet and SE asteal rarely reaches nine Ket tbeAIle belng slightly Shorter thaatlte aale trhtf carcass ofaneleph7 fee4 fifcch es talIweJgbedlnipprtipn jjave a total weight of pounds aa el feaut weighing twtiii should be coamoif enough The iBk ira ap t three fourths oisHlach thick 1ihi1I 1 t AGretWfAJ lawyer Whoa el ItfHtetTfM oe tth spreadegle irt warn dksist- lioury itgreat Msk a kJisalo- pponent growhir weary weM Mt side to rest fmidgreat l1bt Ib ces4s toapnowictMt twe4 tws leaks- four wed iejujt fopk tiwifli oblsrt It right out Notie Mr k He weeld s if rlbT Iit Os addition w6 OeWet tvrir at tfe sum of two Integer 4e4 two is tcgers we should ndast I assert this boldlyl Bffrand wlthwt tkfe fer snccesaful tsfrMIctIoew 1 reeat Sboul4JlQt parflcwkr arithietI- cal orLDuJt befQtC siet1e5dauds- 1r bold jfor myeJfptafetlrIsll Ic the J1HCltrOl1 i aipmbMit t ll that tfiesum of the two glyefjiatei w added to the two iotb Jateferj yutilA bet i I ecqj qppSServer m Yes Baid the aaci kwklac chap tras a gay burglar osce jmt as ard ent put ari endjto Jay career Vj it see Xwas a haaorous chap tOe YpiUook It said the ifAn Miy as fler ids l reath g Iflaargabl day by telling the ftnUorlfeat war a ptCl11n taker I took aWliVt4aBi Cwhich was esOPl1ciaI pioaprlzelghterbflSiS Did they catclJ ypH iMke tM 9f1 guy J HJ JIN replied te sad topkfe auHuiugiy rkStraItl extW a1 solar plexiw ad I had W draif a11 twa a w Of dorerseflwCth WjicteiEtMt tho sSd looking maa altwiM tat the worst of the fight that fp4eiweL4- cInat1 oairaegctal trl i 0 X4 to fe 4ij a DandakR Sre you r s M jjJjtTf fttiLtiytirI Tka JNM Kt- i4eo4yestJI1nwi jitrtJijf o4i W 1ri o IpW Pre siuthiI5 ri 4deA tht k5itWc4CkWgwgWhts tw u ttfd DldnI fMllk ltPIUd u lttlrdL t iJi s fW TT i I iD1F I M BURTON fWCfDENT DENTIST AtED fJJ PAIN f j iii ft 1VocxcKagaIock upiIrs I 8INGF1ELDKY All Dental Work Strictlyf if fi a2 irstclass L tna1LAMPT0N spltt Opera lloustt ilI DR iT DC 1 jf ct J q3PLut4FELD KY j 5tICEDrRinoharts 4pr 4 1 w over Peoples iDepoSit Iik 9Biceibours i2o 2 pm 1K I WF QRlqfSY i f1 f TI BNEY AT LAW Office uV1uy1tiS Bank JIISPRINGFE1JD Iy t 4j I 11Millionaire Feeling fer tkat I weir clothes madetoyour wet meas- urej t1 TRMROS G 4 riSe2Sye n- CHICAGO ryou Isel lvetrJbt In thwft NeariW iygoo t Mmt- f p lict fr Mk fIdIIII1l See th eM te 11Mora mi CUNNNGRAMar DUNCAN f r 1LrLrJ1 i i rHI Hanr ThoDKbti VDont you sehiietlmea have t I thoufihtfl1 asked the soulful young thtng tbnr are absolutely unuttfr 0aLi1e i x tX vi dp miss answered tbeoldxwet1 And sometimes when Inm digging iwe a fbym that wont come I bnyj thoughts tInt areab 61utely unpjlnt nbteChlengo Tribune eirVerate qf the Edea Incident II enppopQ you regard Eve 1st6 blame for tempting Adam to eat thp npile Not attallNnnsvvere l Miss Cayenne EYe was too jriwrpus to want the ap ple aU for liersit and Ajlam was not gentleman t tiougli to lot tier taveilt WBbIn jftbn Star i TJie SOB- PDalntleiph at the boarding bouse Beg pardon Mrs Jklnner but Isrtt this the same soap we had yeaterdAji t warmed oreri 4Miu BklnncrNo sir It Is what 1WasJe1i over from yesterday Boston Tnertpt t vVhcvvh 1- Putt n plnchof icarbonate of soda In the water wheij boiling salmon This nabs U a beautiful red color When rioaKtingfovls put them Into dttit liiU asieJy hot oven until carefully browiied utter that cook slowly bast tAVhenrout veai t Tamb beef or chicken use- mllUinMXaiWo wafer added to the browu drjjjplngs letttIn the pan after the JtaV has bien poured off Before bakfn a bluefish the crieole cook pour on rlt a sauce made rom fresh or auiiied tomatoes In wbfcli garlic l cboplied It is then baked un tili the flesUof the fish flakes admitting tlitauce For aqnlclr cake beat until thick Jour tt1ns1f four ttablepoontnls of Buisirj iihiPljJ cupful of flour u little cliiunnioir aind lepjoit rind beat welt nnl slircitiltnt il1IntIUgpnnblke 1fjIulel o n titid cut nt Cuokliig ehrrssP onceIdlehts fbr inicj kps iVjtlsUouId iii1 mixed bfhire the butter ifeeded This the ixjtlujn jglvrs the flour chance to Swell and ji Uatter Is bettor1 and WJ l itrl f iieliieu1luaur t bet j 4 it fIiiaoetorhezuisou3e lrlo11I01 S UC4wtleu lit placea the stetlipsVoiie agillil It jour cliest Vlicn the luugM are In healthy condition the ni dMV giqiti- iI = NIflti th s11 jpleawini brewsy wiuiul 1 i ft in tofle1114 ypndnw In lijratb fil xpeltL Sbould the lustniuient I jc iyey ty Ida ear a Kurgjng or hut MiBg sound he nialresii mental note of t tbe faH at you are In What IS known e taLJlie ajpJst iage ot roucbljiis tfl iplaintioeOt1Jtt signs of pneumonia la the crickHng te that comes through 11gg M tlietttIie It Is not unlike the Tii tra11o 6ti heard when your Hnger etihjbve ioocbed a atlcky sub jt c6addtyea first place Jewrj tbcr aoi 6eu part thoai holding t 3 ntt ftt lIJoetan oeeona1y kesi a cklpptmc M sed tbt Wikstea ut Alt and lIIIJ got IMo acme rtcaf Ue r eves Whore they bvtaorIt ta J 131ow am a bottk tad yea tJlfOj tjrtrw i aotmd which i t actoally M eard Ia lOW lt U fe LiIt4 JIlt to to rid JION HHWW ii6HHHHR Lscaf HppsnIMks of Interest The rjeshest and Latest 1 I All About Yourself Fi1sn8 and Acquaintances I IIIiolIIIII il Try frhifeB P1tmeFIour at Jno c SKaders 4 ntne1pdrc atCt Hagans j tropNew new Orleans molasl e at Jno X Shaders Cash for Birds and Rabbils s tC W Hagans J Karsinsv Citron Seeded Kats J itis at Jno C Shaders T Bananas Oranges Lemons Apples at Jno 0 Shaders gur dountry sage and allE kinds of peppers for sale by q I WHagan W Evaporated Apples Peaches Apricots and Prunes at Jno Cjj ShadersiAlmonds Pecans English Walnuts and mixed nnts at Jno fG haders1 Jno Cv Shader is agent for the best Coffee on earth Chase 1aIbourns V CWHagan is headquaTters for all kinds Jof frQ3h grOceries His atock jis complete Ladies take your produce to- O W Hagan andget the highest price incash or groceries More money than goods TJier for iit will pay you to takbi your produce to C W HaganI QBoys dont forget to takeyour gme to C W Hagar He will Ii JYoumorethan anyone else Cash if preferred WAIrEDTO rent medium sized farm well watered and im proved For information inquire t this office If nnytime you want something good to eat call C W Hagan at phone No 58 and you can always get it There will be services at the TBaptiskchurch on next Sunday Rev Douglass of the Baptist Seminary will preach Presto Shredded Wheat Biscuit Force Grape Nuts Postum Cereal Rolled Oats Rice and Hominy at John C Shaders Why pass ris by2 We will save you money if you will give us a chance Try and convince your self CW Hagan I am losing out my stock of hats and millinery goodsat cost i Now is thQ time for bargains Mrs Kate William Well if you want something nice in the fruit and candy line you can always find it at C W Hagans Watch his window dis Play The officiall vote of Washing fcohfSbunty at the last election is ar follows Smith Demj537 Barrall Prohib r 113 Ropubli can 2 Boys if you want anicei has ket pf frxit ora box of canay d9ni fail to call and see C W Htigans stock Gosh boys hey r are citoop I Marriage license was granted by Ccuntjj Clerk Booker on Monday to Edgar Hourigiin and Fannie L Hays young people of Ithe counlY 7 Brother AnthOny of St Rose farm sold last week tu Monte Fox of Danville 84 head of fat cattle weighii g 1350 pounds The price paid was 525 per 100 pounds Mr R K Blandford and Miss LOulie Nuiian were marriedl Ion November 26 at St Rose church Both are well knoWn are popular young people of the j county Mr James F Gregory soldI jilasiiweek to J W Bales of Rich t mond 40 Jiead of 150Q poundI cattle at 525 per hundred Mr Gregory also sold to his brother Lucian Gregory 24 head of feeders at 525 and five head at 450 i 3M Wiseman Son Leadl ing Jewelers ef Louisville have jiist gotten out a new catalogue embracing everything jin thj Jewelry line If TQuWanta hand some article suitablei folr ji Christmas present at most reason able price write for a catalogue 132 W MarketSt LouisvilleKy- 43tf Hi flU Pc rtir has sold Jjig fine farm on the Perrjvillo lOPICg i etIe J I uwiUiamlMcld at tOO pet are The farm dntains254 acreS and is well im prove Mr Powell bought the Jfa rm a few months ago at 53 per acre Bronze Turkeys for W P Merritt BIMammotb Ky Gobblers all so hens at 250 apiec H LTRAEDFromthel Mayes farm some time ago a blick muley heifer weighing tout 600 pounds Reward for hir recovery Y JIM BOB MAYESE The engine of the night train frm Louisville broke down on t way out Tuesday night at oodlawn and another engine- w s sent put from Louisyille 4to htiul the tram tolhis place t wtiich caused it to be delayed un nearly midnight in arrivingI Mr pscar L Curry has sold tai this grocery stock and busi ss to Messrs Wharton Tapp liveryU1encontinued by themMr E fc Mayes Jr will have active charge of the grocery The turkey market is ona boom The Turkey Factory- a thts place is now allowing 10 ce ntstper pound on foot for tur keys which is an advance off ibjree cents within lhe lat two weeks Several thousands are b irig slaughtered for shipment tc the eastern markets for the Ihbliday trade Landlords BThompson ex pects to have the Hotel l Walton open for business on January ali which time everything will be completed and in running order Carpenters and painters are now cutting the finishing touches on and before the hob d ys the house will be finished and ready for the furnishings Owing to a lelaYiin preparIng- t e petition the call for thee lec ion for a tji lh9 school l bond issue dues uui npjlear in tt is issue as announced on the fist page of the paper The CEll will certainly be publ hed next week however and tL date o the election set for some day iin this month Sheriff Byroh Oroake settled in full on December first for all taxes due the state and county Sheriff Croake is to be congrat plysments of the law in regard to trie sheriffs settlements He sys however that there are a god many delinquent tax pay ers iin the ounty on whom he is Waiting for a settlement Peter Shehan of Maud sold to the Willisburg Mill Co about 200 bushels of wheat in the bin Ali 70 cents per bushel The grain is now being taken a way by the purchasers a distance of fifteen miles his wheat was contracted for about a month ago It was sold at the Louis ville price There is not eqougji-lJJ heat in that locality to supply tie local dliand Closing The Mackvillcv colored School closed on November 28 1902 he closing exercises were held1 j iii St Johns A M E ZionJ church South Th programme was one of the most interesting 10 which we have ever had the Jleasure oIli The pulpils showed t raining superior to any they have received hereto lore Miss Harris shows her self to be a teacher of extraordi nary ability and accomplish ments We an truly t lo our whit friends whotur net dtI out insuch large numbers Afte bylnof Harroclsburg Ills remarks were well received and he show ed himself to be a highly ed ucated man The musical part fhe program was conducted 5y Miss K B Harris a musi teacherof high order f Every thing went ffLin an agreeablel manner We nope to have Miss S Ii Harriawith us for years t6 some A Friendi For fasaily tjse in numberless Ballards Sqow Jtinement Is a us atiiud a valuable reratd Prioe 25 50 cent SoldbyHaydon Hit H BOR- DDTTISTOPFICJE RiMEniitr Buiiniv Rtnll1nentliJ located SPRINGFIELD KYI PERSONAL Mr IH Ifcorman Is in Cblcsgp this week Mfss Jennie Olaybroqke is in Louis ville this week MrW D blaybrooke has retrtrnecL irom a vlBittoLexingtoa Alfred Cbescbier of Louiiyille spent Thanksgiving with friends here Mr Frank Wall of Loullville l J1 here tblsivekyisltlng his mptber ProMjtC Noe of Pineyilla spent Thanksgiving here with motlieri Joe Mansfield came ont froio- uIsville and spent Thanksgiving at home Lawrence OBryan son of Assessor T P OBryan is quite sick with ty pboid fever O Fetter whar ton of Louis vill spent Tbanksgiviog with his parents at this pljice Mr J Jefferiea went to Louis villa thlsweek to enter an infirmary for treatment MraB A Ooz has been quite sick for several dayo but Is some what better at th writing haveIBloomfiejld and Wakfleld Mr Robert RoBards of Jackson yule Florida is visiting bis brother Dr RoBard here thlg week Misa Mary Lewis bas returned frgm a visitl to friends and relatives In Groenabnrg and Oampbeilsville Mr and Mrs Thomas Medley ree turned the first of the week and are athome at the residence of MrGeorge Medley M ins Nora Bonta wbo has been quite eict with typuoid fever has to far recovered as to be able to resUme her dutlesut teaching her school Mr and Mrs Leo Faydon have re turned from a short bridal trip and are atbbme for the present at the residenctof Mrs G C Wbarton Finley and 0harles4 Scrngga who have ben spending the hummer here left Monday for CbicagoHo Join tbeiyI mother ajnd father who are Arizona for the benefltorMr Scruggs health Mr PJG Cleavwr with bis family moved tp Lebanon the Jtirsfc of the wek to rAke charge of tho v Nome Houieat that plrice Mr Cleaver and his family have many friends in Sprngflefd who regret to see them leave Notice All persons indebted to me by note will find their notes at the Peoples Deposit Bank for collec tion and they will confer a favor by settling same when due S M KARRICK Notice to Bondholders Notice is hereby given that turnpike bonds Nos 4228 47 3S and fifty of tbe denominatipn of 1500 each issued by Washing ton county Ky are called for redomption Tie same will be paid by Ue undersigned at his office in Springfield Ky on tha 15tn day of December 1902 at which time interest will cense This Dec 2nd 1902 ROBERT NOE County Trersurer Notice is hereby given that Funding Bond CONos5 14 18 42 43 of 500 each issued by Washington county Ky are called for redemption The same will be paid by the und rsigned at bisoflct in Springfield Ky on December 15th 1902 at which time interest will cease This December 2nd J9Q2i I ROBERT WOE County Treasurar He Wanted Concessions Mr Half the Louisville man ager for the Cumberland Tele phone Co was here on Monday night and appeared before the Board of Town Trustees for the purpose of submitting some propositions and asking some concessions from the town in re gard to the contract between the town and the telephone com pany The concession which the telephone people are partic ularly desiroui of having itI seems is th privilege of charg ing a toll on messages between this place and Lebanon Man ager Hall promised the board ifJ the Lebanon line was made a toll line that the company would make numerous improvements in the servijpe and would build theIcounty adding greatly toI the efficiency of the service He1 also point d out the fact that if a small toll was charged for the privilega of talking to Lebanon that therewould be much less of the practice so often indulged in by ladies and others of holding long and unimportant social conversations thus keeping the line from the use of men with im portant business messages to communicate The members of the board listened attentively to the arguments of the represen tative of the telephone ompany but in the end informed him that they believe that the town of Springfield bd a good contract w th the telephone company and that the people appear satisfied and that so long as this1is the case no change will Jbe made in the existing order of things LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Sprfngfield Ky Postoffice fort the week ending December 4 1902 R T Blanford O G Duff Mrs Iff J Gaines4 Mrs J B Mace Sam Segears Miss Qlfit Will Persnscaiiing ror tnese lletter will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M New Church at Chaplin Ray of1rr Fizer the Methodist Minister at ubaplin writeS as follows to the Central Metbo dist We have been very busy building since Conference A handsome new church now near ing completion will be dedicated by Bishop Morrison December 1st It is one of the prettiest churches in this whole setlion of country This church building stauds on the same ground the old one did which was built in the forties I give you an invi tation to the dedication and all former pastors areinvited parsonIage across the street from the Qhurch a house of seven rooms three halls pantry OtOrall first caJ in every particular 1 can say it will be second to none in the Kentucky Conference Ro you see Mr Editor we have been busy up this way A new chtrchand parsotage in lest than six months Irom the time wejbegan tear dwntho old hqas JWe ao looking for u great spiritual awakening soon as I think we have a good foun dat on forit Dont be imposed upon by taking substitute offered fof Fpley Honey and Tar Sold by Wood A Campbell i WE DONT PRETEND 1 tII a1 b w her prophets b wp1111 zest that It is aboirt nie you were buying I y IffliFORIS JND EMETS WinIdgood things yre have IIllny liiie R dimt forget your hprse bewtll get cold too if lcf1 i1he hasnt one ofthos eLEAVER LJNlBT8 IpB are sole iftgeHij for Springfield Ld Jtfr t Yours frdlvr 11 ROBERTSON BROS orJI I REPbRT fcTIIR COHDIIIOM OP THE FIRST NfiTlONfiL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KV At Springfield in the State of EiBtucky at the close of bualnest November 25 1908 NO 1787 j oveoa 8Overdrafts9i 8 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 00Stocks830000Banking U FixtUh 680000 I BODue84354Duoqents830S70Merchand 49400Fractionalandcenta- LWIUL 3271 RUXKTX HUE TU Specie fR51565 Legaltender notes 465500 1015065 8lreiLslurerS 250000 l 31102575 0011SurpJus0011 Due to other National Banks 437573 Due to State banks bakken 1691 70 Individual Deposits subject to chock TT 15706072 2881U2LlabUiLIesother stated 71 168LTotal rt3110JIi71 STATE or KEKTCCKT consir Oi WASH ss j I A C McEIroj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tie best ol my knowledge and belief A C McElroy Cashier Subscribedand sworn to before me this tat lay of December J A Bpjjlware N P W Co Ky CoRuciAtt4stHMURUNDY p M CAMPBELL 4 Directors B L L1T8EY Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY PlaintlffrAlralnst Eonlty By virtue of a Judgmeatand order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 19 p In the above came I shall proceed to otTer for sale atthe Court House door in Springfield Ky On MONDAY DEiCKMBEB 2i 1902 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county colurt day to the highest bidder at Public Auctldn upon a credit of six aid twelve months the following described property towit A tract erf land situated on the waters of ThreeLIck Creek In Wash ington county Ky and bounded as foKowB Beginning at a stone in the c nterof the Duacansyille road con to Jerry Adklnson thence in a southerly direction with AdkerBohs line down a drain to a box elder cor to same and W D White thence in a southerly direction with Whites lIne to the center of Three Litic Creek thence up said creek asitm anders- td a stone In Wo H Layslfnethence- in a wesrerly direction with Lays line to the center of tfce Cornlshvlll and SharpsvUlc turnpike thence in a westerly direction with said pike to a stone corner to WO Simms thence with Shams line to the centerof the DuncahsviUe road fOr to W G Simms thence in an easterly direction with said road corto begin ning containing 59 acres more or lless For the purchase price the pur chaser orpurchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearlnz legal Interest from ate of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder will be required to comply promptly with these terms TH08 A MEDLEY M C W C C Commissionera1 WASHINGTON cIRCUIT COURT KY Julia Lewis c Puffs I AGAINST EquItf- DormondUheuerc Dfts I By virtue of a Judgmenfand order of sale of the Wasfeinrtp Circuit Court tendered at the Octoher term thereof 1ozin the above caU4 I shall proceed to offer for sale at Jthe QourtHouse door in Springfield Ky On MONDAY DECEMBER SB 1902 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being County Court day to the highest bidder at public auctlo upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following deicrlbedjroperty towit- A certain tract or parcel of lani lying and being in Washington c unity Ky on fhewatersof Lick creek and bounded by the lands nf Sa53- Cheeser rank Thompson and Tmes W Ijewis and omaIning1OOrei For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest fro a date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY MdW 00 Commi ssionrs Sale WAShINGTON ClBOUlt COUBT XT HPMUODO Ptffflf AGAINST Equity MABIAHSAKDBU30 Dray By virtue of sJadgemept and order of sale of the Washington Circuit court rendered at the October term thereof 1902 in toe above cause I han proceed to offer for iall at the courthouse door in SprIngfiel4Xy- on the 22nd of December itMat S oclock p in or thereabouto btpc county court day toithe hlgafe t bid der at Pabile Auction j nppH R credit of six months the following dcferibed property lowlt J Twotrtcts of Tknd Jtuate4fu Will ingtonoonntyKt tile wateisof Short Crock and ctK01S11itoHd ed onthe iwrtli bytW Uwta of W Pi Auberryt on tile wsstbytkktslS of Hillary Yates b tke soatk by the landsof RoberJeue tJIUM sstb the llands fE p Mcd a4 LoBtaiM by snryey 82 acres sroodi aad lye Bqnare poles ctNoS Ia tu4 bounded towltp the tftfbytt lands of WF Aaberry aa4 iItQ north soUth aakWsIt by tH tawU 9 Th p knddand oo UiMi y fillni jfacre 8 roods awl 27 potet Forth pwoitBMJMlM tlMi Ff bM erorpvc1taeerawltk ftrov cnrltw or lureUHaltit xec tebf l bearing togtl littrMit him t1Me of 1 andetectoajgteBttl aHvlllCtHf iwlil beqelNd Motaply P5tsPtIT- wlthtbcae teriTH0LAMD1ZT M f1rCQ k iftrl W oprimPmt JH waaosyT Prea ROwjorCooHiuirS cA h Home Ifeco Warehouse c Co1- NCOPipQNTD r r fiT IN THE COMBINE 3 vli f- ittction Salcae Daily 4 Mouths Storiielif TU Vi RETURN JfROflPTLY MADE 1 ISLIITEs24a2ee23 AV MAIN eTRsEcrr Mark Your Hbgfcead Home House LOUISVILLE KY f SAM SULLIVAN GENERAL AQNT v f eWfe Invite Your Inspection OUR IMMENSE tKf f We call your especial attention to S i our great variety ot Bress Goods j lv 54pch all wool checks at 40c 8onch all wool figured blk goods 40c J 1 1 5i8 5ncn all wl1 tenitians blk injffi Uand colors 50c u T S g 38n h all wool Zibalines jblact atidm colors 60c S j 138inch all wool Shark Skin 50c 56inchl Meltons bit and colors 81 tow l bIIf V fr rfirclr Wool1 Corduroys ij50 tf Siin h all wooll lop Sackings blick IIfj4inchII t tH125f t t 1 52inch Pebble Cieviots bikoly t A great variety oJ Waist Clots rroll 12 Jc to125p r yard i IQO peices Outings 5c to20cZ 1 50 peicess1Iarinell tt r 7tcto 2fR J Largest stock of Mens and Wornen t Underwear and Furnishing Gdsg for t LLNDMLrNTER evershownn Fc Springfield Our stock 9lfinewl t l1 Sets Belt Pinsi etal Chatelain Bags ffij ilf Beaded Chatelain Bags Cushion Covers etc w i We stjll l ad jO fine Shoes with anns lfor men and Drew Selby Co i Shoes for Women and Star Shoe Co Sh es for Children If you have neverseen them call and see them V v We arp showihg an elegant fineof CloakjhNeW Markets Mpnta Carlos 34 Jackets etc INS AND BOY SUITS AND OYEROAT fci Mpns all wool SitSSiiens IPrince Charles Overcoats 6 Youths Wool Suits Youths Raglan Overcoat CbJUdf ens Wpjol three piece Suits 3 4 OhUdrens Wool W piece Suits 2 Ghildreils Ve t risunstSo1 Special Bairgainis ii vas Coats arid Vests and Qdd Pants + r 0 XrVfi We still boast of our CARPET anti RUG and UP J RQLSPERYDEPARTMEIL If you need anythiQifim ft4s line d nt fail 16 yisit us r Wfl are giving the Blue Rebate Stamps to cak bavers valuaBk Jnn tbgliiaaniliDite If j I QiiiQ i iiiiliWI tJW J TFIF NELSON t1 NORMAL HIGH SCHOOL J to Ij- I t BARDSTOWN KY f t iI CallS ttlltlOlttt Fo1ll illFacts 1t 1i 3 rHATThe methods ofthisachool ari thoroughly mcnlern and up ixjdate It s 3 tefiinyedf with the Normal pIan 1 3 running through the eight gradeff ilc j ThatIt has a library of iSop VcOiMiei 7jI t that Is of inestimable value to all the fj students V i i 3That 34of the teachers of Nelson cpun v jj ty and i large percentage orthe teaqners 3 of adjoining counties receiyed their p- fessioha i riuninf in this school l Lrti Ioftheyai hatyou a c a Thateach Mery stucentisundert1e t f petooalupervison ofthc Priipl 1 ftn8CboQll That if thcrels any youn dY pc fffcwUe I niiEifWhois b lnydepcree4 o an uciluinr t Ifjec th want of means come ndlI taL t and w will TOake the rY for yo kwthcr WtJiitb1 W1M lor rirr1or ru iE H CRAWPORDPtflpI teM 8 rlDilJJ c1 w iEIIPIY be ytetIetIe r Ih I AItT3T3DLUNDEISe t Xer taatVd a Caaa IB a letter horn an rtist and art writer f London J1e speaks of tht IbarLI rntakes ThdI by oe of the ad mastei3 Ifl4b very QtOfltOUS- r abGJyeti gfportvt1tC Victoria cHea wr Bejamn Con- itant the well kmpwn French artist- fainted the rIbbt e ie Orderof the Garter of a woO color and the art by the evikt was much chagrined deuce of fflr ew carelew ffc Quees I Thtoia told Im b waa using the wrorn ceiori 6ft k waz not convinced There Is a lawteca e by a famom Eaclifh paint YlWwbdX a rainbow ppcted behted th aa aada picture RJea to la the gallery of the Gesu MLIaWa were Aca ad ve are refwesented as watchm a receiIaq- erneaks- r In the faiiaie galierlea ot Antwer- i 4ire certain pictures by old mazt rs la which thf jumble of Ideas to as xe j jarkae aa the tecknique Is lac 1 reae pktur att heaven the arclia ewj are armed with bows and arrawsfjihi J ta a painting ot the Murder of the 0 1aatu the naeacre ia represent ad as taking placoIn a city of HolanoV Xbe parents of Jhef Children are stout r burghers the Roman soldiers ire Xtatch policemen armed with muskets and the Innocent Infanta are irani jjfetroei Intd olid schoolboy In bulgy trousetti and jackets and1 hobnailed VJlMa The erect Is droll 4i Talao He Didnt enteB kthe table on an incoming liner on aieceat trip one of the first cablnpas jfengers found in an oyster one of the tiny seed pearls which look almost exactly liteWad shot ApparenUthe formation of pearls wEe a mystery to4 Up for lie examined the thing curious I X ly picked it up gingerly and laid It on the iabtecletfa for further investiga vtJonv VNaw Is tofe of cooks at sea to jvcatnj Ishhooks in their pockets and en this trip by a curious cbinclplence- r part of a small nook got caugbtjina piece of beefsteak that was served to tW articular passenger As sqits Ms knife encountered the bard object Ettd pickedit out carefully and SJl1d it beside his other find on the clotiTS jfi Then M beckoned to the palter and oHfldentlaliy vhl pered la Jttiaf eoj 5I dont want to be impertinent hp Acfcaldbut would you jnind telling ineI whe e you shoot your oyBtersjandVhy i you catch your steaks with uook and line T New York post 7 iWken KtiiIg Was Costly v Thcaseof the People agaIn tMuHne heard by the governor of New 4 haven colony in couhcil on May day 16d6 ladicates the atlitudo toward tn C Ucenwd kissing In those times It op peered that Jacob Murline and Sarah Tuttle bAd teen eaug4 kts1ng other cob tried to throw the blame on i Sarah saying he thought she had with 4 tafentr let fall her glofes Sarah de nied the Intent Jacob then admitted that he tooke her by the hand and they both sat down upon a best but whether he kyssed Tier or 6he kyssed him he moth not for he never thought 5tiEstnco until Mr Raymond told hini- Athat he had not laydo it to heart nshe ff ought ATlIestern gOTernpr after duly udhrthe guiIt partIoon thuormJ tyrtf their offense decreed that thfl 4 jientcbca therefore concerning then is sIthat they shall pay either of them fine of 2Qsliimngs to the colony y Bereavement and Buataeia TheTfdllowing curious advertlsement- i istakei from a Spanish Journal 116111 awayVshop tp another and better world Tfir undcrslgnedi his widow wH Tveep up on his tonjb as will also his two dough AV tors Hlld and Emma the former of 1homis married and the latter is pcb- to afl offer The funeral take plaiji c tomorrow His disconsolate widow aVeaouquo Illmaga P 8Thts be reavement will iot lotrrupt our i ploymentwhich will be carried on usual only our place of business wJB lpe5remoyedfrom 3 LessL deLeIntur1er to4 Rne de Hlssionalreas our grasp tug landlord has raised the rentSl liaet Tit Wonderful Toadnone r All early writers attribute wondprTu- ijteflaliUes Jo toads and frogs and t tii Tarows parts of their bodies PJliy jfitttweja f Jr instance that jf a toad S4Sii was brought Into the tnidst of fl mOb Siorother large and unruly cqncotrxe people silence would Instantlv jinv vail f email bone fr1111 In the 4I rIgtIde of tondA thi pioptrug was also believed to have powers o ifif tirious elements iBy thrpwln this bone into a vwwol of IniTlinjf jvateri says Pliny Itrwlljlniinwliati isoll1agiIaantIiH To find this ix ne expose the dmi tend dOfl an ant bilL Vyiiciill TarJvTiavp eaten her all avay cxcinili tin Jows- c tukeic efi bone siaaritt4ziiaattai it tLIFwotadra i 55a a1sio ACCIDENTAL i4 Thejdary retnnied 4 ytrdfct of acd 1denta death on the man who fell from ledge bnwuichhe had fallen asleep But the death was really due to carelessness which made the accident possible There area great mxnj lives sud denly tenth natedn a resuIto carelessness a1ththg1Ithe medical cer- tfficate niay read1icOrt ffln1benanian tae cInceswith stomach ts4 neglects at warmag ayinptoms of djjeasc he Is careyBrtti ca1alty fDr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery ewes diseases of the stomach and other Sj organs f digestion and nutritfoh It- t eitbii theperfect digeMieg aud issfml1 IMioc of food which nake strength It5tIWtthe 1Icure5biIiouane aiid J tm bilkws laipuritie from theblood 11141 bs toublM wI a pals In lowerF pset e y Mouick re eara an severe I usIt woid kill is tiine writes Mr StChleso thatSU lad l 1et 1I1 1Iriisree s P1eautfleIa PzyIaHige11 AyersIiIIsFor 90 years they have been the SandsrdFaMj1 p1I Small Want1nusWbe njjf-I brown or Theta use I UCKINflAMSYE litres OUthaee Cpnrtiblpvl etChjDKoQe day lu Burma an English artlflt noticed a man a little distance oft gtarlHg fiercely Strsiigiit abead at him alUsome object Jie could t not we rocj hTstposltlQn r he manf sat with the same fixed glare the frhoIt a eru6pn andnys atlt agoliinex aioriilrig Tbeftlst lad the curTosltyj to ask on English visitor whTtll ntJmrply GIi beIs I- iJoes4Jirtls ixiaIme4thattbI wsTtelretkod ot uetp The object of the mans auejuvi gaze was a girl bra neighboring bat iair Wlieitf youiman fails 1lovi he ha to Beat hlmielf at a certajfi dlsr tqrice from bte adweS oa anLwal for her to do the rest If she lows Jii his dlreCtiononceor twieeea ti fin t or second day he fs wfliifencourage andy lf on the thr4 fday flf nSds tb him and smiles iItisl tlmeto jBOto thb paients w1tharef ttxl to tbmarniag- settiementsLoudon TitBits i t- 5J 4Tke Tbo4jit al tirkIOna tree close to a1 within n Sbdrfc distanCe tp the Driver o TcanKl there vvasr a storks nest witlibspg- oev Tll roorLortf bO se cauglt Ore one day5 and though 4hetfiames did iiot Mallyireack tfiev tree the beat becnnfe Scorching So the mother stprkflewdbwnto the water isot info it inti adrenctIed bcrbrestl then r 1unplug to her onnhtspread tIe tnaiasciit coi Ct4fCntbJ li vr them This she repeated over and pver nSalrti flyliigifilithe river g6inglkdpWn Ilito the vAter and returning helplum age drenched with iwefc t Andii thus the nest svas saved and tiuendarn- estilngWerAroscrved alive unUii the fire hail eengotun ten cpntrotandfiill was mite Thetfruthtof thit iemarklai bie tory WflS vouched for bT more thanbueeyewltnesl ff i Starboard lad Larboard il- from questit boril thissiqe III- IJcliolrl Crom mean that side Abbreviatel two ptiruaitnppear nastabordaandjia cectjuse3Jrmsn oifleted tIrJ1anlioj tlutied and port Bubstltuted PprtM for larboird is sold tobe first used InTArthur PlftS VOyages inSSQ Sylttlngon Facts yitbtcr de at itiiortunute reniark ar umrieVsvweddinKyes er dayY L 3 V1mtlidbe 3l lmoildIletrCfl5Urelie knows Stininer panzIed jiertor 6er money 11 U fljt It woitlea blmtoihink boif narrow hested Bels Afrzit5hl coiis mptlon ehT 0h1oHeaifrad his breast wbut- be b1iuougi thqId all tiu nedals be expects tow in before he die Etoii 1le1fdddc11n 144- 0Nyt jo Winchcteiit is theetdest Epgiands geat pubIi 1chela 8t- Pdtii a edinknxt hInb Ja founi- lfll5l L t MIe PazfiUf a Watch TlfeminntenessJof the pops tawatchis shpwn by thesfpllpwing g urea if tdkef l6X0 SPoflon fceftaln klndOf watch icreKftl p Ke r pund The pivot of the4alance Awheel is only diant terLEdeb jererfli6lO1iitowbieli trot fits Js LbOut4gnhfIthousnnthe of an jnch largrr ibanthe pivat to permit uiflcleiit pl y Tbe 1flnest screw for iinali thzdtwarcf has a thread of 2tX weighs- one one bundnedan4Qi thTls ndtIiS pf a pqnnd A palletewel wlgs on- eoneiiundredai1daLtthossndUisot a pound a roller JeWel TI little mont than one two huhdrd4naflfishc thousandths The dangest rpusQj nair spdngstud is foutonehundths an inch inj diameter and about jiin onebundretbsof an inch in length r AMaits Successv E3e t1iin 4at succes in iife- ns d aman2 That be ork like a dog as Iflog as he lives andjfiepu file Wifo abroad and bl3Chliarcnavfijf t schThenene1leO zicst Leave arccompctcnco fORubM floved ones in order that they mel Wa i Ever hear Sr a mnmfa lov dotles belfn1ticisd for failure Jto do their duty toward him5 But from the time jtjie boy is eight years 4old to theXUmKthfe nina Is tottering pith old igeie n6vcjpick ujT a book newspaper or ma nzlfad without seeing something vjtti refer didftyojteverhearqf prifnAftaifipn Globe The female woifp spends the winter in torpldcondltlbTJsrorj vpn springr ar ive she bw1ih up sonfr iort 8IllterrSpot41fpropl1lte fgr nrielb IIavinaeleie1be tnent pro ceeds to lajt within it the foU idatlon1 ta hordt For this object a tll will pot serve tarS turn The substance 6f which the waifs and chambers1 pfJh house fare io be composedTnjust bo none other than the5 finest pZermade Of wootPpulQ mixed withIn borttrofi sizing worke4 toga pasto and tlsely- spracT iii Iieet itJ MrIeftNaTslMesIage r One ettime briefesrtaismatches ejeiyr eimedf was Captai VtiItd a message to his chief Adm1niBO after QWtSt of the Sniaetq- fr Cage Passaro in 718 k d tns1J p ma burnttgj a Wn y6u ob aiet erjan f JrtWAJTtat riijrr and Practice uT j cbcniIjU jci itliitlHK chemical science pDflenwl that owrha9ibeeal fbuhVT tbTposScss u voii jaerl degreeP jWjy A malff presonf this niarko- bkral4ia triiy aJirtnbirjv4S iva- ImIaIlkieii4ha Jiiettk- maan wimat inirwoald lu iauplrMit to boll tiaetk 471 notjbmI QitI IM49JLU iact kTHE NPE Its Dedgiag Cerne From the Amce ra1 Methegot4yof4lug Foss jTljfetfllght of JthejmlpeJs jwlf t vIort sad 4may for th1Irs few yards enaflc The blraiges under shy smartly ajad as a usual thing goes bar ing IjwIndin a style rather sug gestiyp of h feathered corkscrew A Series tit elecitrlealtzigzags get him to top speed whereuponTfals progress steadies a bit and he darts away la something more like a straight line As a general rule a Hushed bird springs a feet into the air hangs for the fraction of a second then begins to twist and dodge as though the OldTJoy was at his tali If would be very 1m terestlng could we discover the original LMuse of the1 dbdglnt Possibly some ancient foe now lonsr extlnct was best baffled by that mode of flight for there usually is sonic such explanation for peculiar actions by wild things Becausethe flight haiytens to be pur Zling to fc gunner ly lio vunrantee tiit the bIrd dodges for that purpose siuh an expjanantlpn would niply a ti morc intelligence than jhe euflre trl of snipe are possessed of SBfle course dodged on the whijj tons pn to the appearance of firearms and It te extremely unlikely that the erratic flight baa anything in the nature cf protective fdctics against the devlcos of ibximatf fpjcsjTMwyn6audj2 In Out ilng ijtt sXi A Flea For 1 elsure Individuals will jratber helplessly re ply toa plea for leisure by saving What ore we going to dp Couipetl torsthustle and we nipst do the1 same or starve Sonic will urge that the American temperament demands con stoat occupation that hurtling is toUr national trait Well have desire to insist that we go back to stagecoach days But all of us have plenty of opportunity to tone down f little Andywhy not try it A na tioiial trait may be Uaugiious us wctt aa useful may need coutoi If thc averagti ludlyldtml t1Ui4 iaakt niwiv leisurely use of his lelnure tfire would not be nearly uaniuuy cnses ofuervouw prostratlou us there are now Put on the brakes a bltT Take things a yttk easler whenyou can r know people whOjUre nefer content unless they are doVng somethlnff Such Abnormal tic sire for activity Is not natural It 1m unnatural civ dog It will be well for uVnotHobVso eager to gratify It Great Round World A Man of Stchar Habit It was a very angry man who met an acqualntdnce on the street the other 2iyi I tfipught you told me that D was a inon bit teadf habits were hh nr lyripras following the usual palu tatlon Jijsaid i required a man of absolutely steady bablb And you were very pp ithcl in your assurance that the man Intduestlon was such n one 1lhiia IIeprOved oltwIse Why mnaiIq Is drtink all pf the tithe in1ftmct I do nqt thlhlj bQ hr drawn a sober breath since he huH been with me ffTbea o rme for Your owii statcmeut b6ajt out Just whaI told you nlsmt ujip have khowii D fot the prtKtton inpnthi juicli I fctibwthat ht Jams llaen druiik durjug allot that jJcrlotl ntiU If tlut hsut be ug n inftu of stradjr hltbitp rdlikejtp know whiiOt IsNew Yotly TruiDs 5b Foii TVjopmln Krpni Jniy Knl Very Pfteii verVnd or Uwir of one who has uirt vlh thi nccldent o buvinj rusiy nsilt thruSt tntObi fo t or baud w4tlth ft qn ih uses lock Jaw welter Kupi ll the following simple renxtiy vouchlui for Its tcfll cacyviojid wrtainly It might be tested wltlipHt ihucli trpjible awl up danger It simply to smoke thoroughly any bruise of wound that Is iufl me l WithburningTVpol cloth It is said thattWenty minutes iu the suiokc fvlU take thepaln out Pf the worst case of Inflninraatlqn arising from such a wound tfniTUln J5n Ilnmllity elIevethat the first test of a truly great nian if jug hTimlHty I do not mean by humility doubt of his own Rower or hesitation In speaking his opinions but a right Understanding of oil the relations between what he can do and say and the restpfjthe worlds Baylngs aHd doings All great omen not only knp ibelr business but usually kn6w that sthey knowJti ionly they do i 6t think nnyi better of themeelyea on that 4ccOuutJobn Ruskin Si 1Won lIezht Mr 1irnthIdlermi doubt illsa Tartley you inny guess wjiat Ierhavcome tpsay to you thlseVcning ond fr MlssTartJeyYes 1Ve got a bet with Madge Brown that yOu wont have tile nerve to say It Philadelphia Press Iief Ienec 1 mouthhsoccasions very wide Hls dentisf he ethel day adminiiJ tered a mild rebukei Not so wide please prefer to stand outside and worV Wfe TACTLESSFAINV- 1jafliuiciial1 ncn ou For Openlou Her Season In iyrnounc A Syracusg man tells a story of Mine Jananscliek when she was a proiuiheiit star The Stlly advance cnt went to Syracuse a week pr so before the local theater opened Jhcre for i he season AJUL proccedcd to nit up the guileless newspaper men with 4hc statoinent that 3anauschQk had said that she jrouldppcn her season in that placeor notat lL Ilpr rianagcr wVintcd Chi pilpo butt offered to coinjironmise pit Boston or flillaiielpula but the inn rij tttflnmiwrnn firm jjaturaiiy Syracuse was dpflgbtrd 11bel a onor Janauscliek got fumes of ii4voncc noUces and viieiitjte optuirag- 1g1t came tlItileatCr iflCitISy- crliefore f CbASt5tl4l1a rsf act nri Viiubltfous report uviiL itlm1id tm fiteryew lJtoe JannuH iel tbatSyoil5Sfsaldyand my fiapcr woiD littc tPjfefl ttMii opletfprayqjb w yj ypjj have so raonoredtisil s ilGt gt hrdvensdAiiptiieI tnetlcss ll8tJCbicOgoReli a di ii dleed meon03u- 5tray1uliI r t06 tiick1 riathtraal1Jfmrtmc zout lbs aewbacc asil slscboL 4a 1i itg s sya I VVecplBK at a Weddtnir A Cbliivse marfiqge is all ceremony no tniJno levity and much crying Th ijtitlnity of a funeral prevails Artir tibo wcchnnge of presciita the brlda ilrtued with much cae a red gtiwfi brocaaeor silk if sue can itt if fur ee1h lies are painted n deep LUiei Uid she iVturs u hHivyed veil fromfiiciiover tie forehead A feas fls spread blushinglindefriends They are seated at the table but n one eats The utmost silence prevails when finally the motherleads off luja cry the mo ds follo v and the bride echoes in the chorus Then all the bridesmaids leave the table and the disconsolate mother takes a seat besjld4 the chair cc state Where the bride bits The bridegroom now enters with Tour of hbi best men The men itlck ui the thrqpe on vhlch the bride sits ijiid prcHeded by the bridegroom form Jill jirrupsslou and walk around tile rom or Into an adjolnhfg parlor Blgnlcyiug JtlmtUe Is carrylngr er away to bi own home Fbe then turoiy rice ojtthe happy couple a pus tom we have borrowed from the heatljeu Profe lonnl Pride Newspaper men great editors dpwjj to rural correspondents are proud of their profession although not all sit as secure as John Black for many years the chief of the London Chronicle Black supported the Melbourne ad nliilMratlon in his paper yet he never asked a favor of any of the ministers On Hne occasion Lord Melbourne said to uiinr Ybu are the only man in England who forgets tbjit am prime minister How my lonl Inquired Black supidslnp that he had ben Inadver tently dlsnspcotful Pecausv replied Melbourne you are jthe only thai I know who never asta n favor of me II have na favor to ask said Black qulelly have no favpr to ask any crailn the world You ar6 prime mln igtcirbf England but 1flm editor of the Morning Chronicle add would not change places with the proudest mau ln Englandnot even my lord with Pitch Like- Trinidad an Island Inlhe south At iantlc bppaslte the mouth of the Ori noco Is famous for Us piTch There nre districts wlicre there Is pitch evierywhere The bench Is pitch nod so are the rocksjj eonie of which hoje beta carried ojfto supply Paris and New York with tab pavements At Da Br plneapjiles grow to perfection In a Urpwu pofT which Is halt pitch But the wonder ofi InC is the pitch lake mile and a half In circumference Asjlt lies glittering In the sue it looks lLk3a astjbed of monstrous mush ropnis alpblack anti of nil kinds of shipe and slre soru measuring as mijqu jig fifttj feet at ross The space between these unlovely objects Is Oiled with oily winter In r irts of the lake the pitch Is quite liquid and the ground coalyastu ff to a depth of of feet i4 TbeGeUlia feelsha the profe Ioiml girl en iertalner Of Japan is by no means to belconfoMndcd with gelnln ays Japan and America The word gelshu really meaiw actor 5eLL meaning a play or entertainment of any sort and slin means a person For Instance i1sha means physician and so on Th word really means what actor does inj English but it has come to mean ly those girls In Jnpan who ae jitrined to entertain by dancing and si iglug to shnmlsen and koto the Utuni musical Instruments for light en te tulnments and they also are trained to converse agreeably on topics pf flit day Celnln ou the other hand wjiile ltfr Hly nicans the annie thing a geisha has now conic to be applied tq artists lna higher sense The 3Ierr WnB IButklus I dont know thai you eesrf net my wife Wiftbln Cant say that ever met f her Jjut have seenhvT tunny times Uy tIe way sdw her klsnlnj a wait on y tiK Latch stoop totlfer evlnlnp Butklns SaW mr wife kissing a nian What do you menu by such n soryns flint tWisbiuJustvbat lsay thats iButkIusYou actually mean It If I only knew who the rascal was Id lTVlsbln Dont get eichcU lt wai you of course fjjjppoBvri youll know t oat at once Boston Thuisttliitt ViRf 111 SAld 41tibhin4 lajor Studdeft a horse No sor4 fDld your father sell Major Studdert a horser No son DldyoUr grand father pell him n horse No sor Well then jiM any mcmfier bf your family sell Injor Studdert anything Yes son Who did then I did bTr Ancr what did you st Major jtuddertT sold him ji mare sor Chb couugel M down and the court 11 f 5 Tt I g f ftAgmnnt receaeps- D0EtorLipugrdthi4tte r you sir YojjJ kretheffdtbdr of nfineglrh Subbubs Oh myi Well never raise acr DoptorTut tmIjdo ygu thitl Subbubs It seems utterly Impossible keep a girl hbre niOi than a week 4Philadelphia Press IIiNever Relluqvlabra the Chair L A woman has acted as speaker of the Colorado house of representatives sold Kllduff 13MrsTit icts ontliutIynB sIeake- of r4r libuim1adted Mr TDetoitKrVPregfi i li ffMw j UlAfteri the explosion the ifdllpTrlhg Were fconi to jpiUujuredfj The Groom Shigbtly scratched ob6tf the face prcejm TCharactilr and scff esteem somewha hafitered wlll hereafter shpw timidity under like dr cumstanccs 4lfi4 notibrekeiwill recoverslouuiy VleaMts1rntSMrs Gay Yes I know jny husband cant iqfod nlLtbeso thIng but Im- buyIuhnVt jdese hh4 Mis SchoppenTe pleal him Mrsfcr GijsY si theres nothing that pleasfes hlnruTbr tliari aclMnce t tell his people Tvhat a martyr he is rPhlia delphia Press fjf fi s Iscaa1iM TImEww e1lkkyokis F both me hand tel beUi ve SwJpwy HvU att WiU jW tat be aTFe oM clegault vcimailvit1ter perfect hairs d silvery voice be his old friend J LJlllan4 neiSald stlU grasping her hand is if really you She Bifalled anti It was herald smile Tea Jack it is I You see I am going the way of the world Noiisenapl Yz rfecti bo cried seheinently he was if5 lets charmed where was no cvldeuco ofbeard glasses though the boy had grown into the maoMall athletic clean shaven with strong jaw land deep voice Ills honest gray eyes feasted on herbeauty She Queued Tell me what you have been doing ail these years Jack she said finally Oh working hard and following jYesdone well for yourself and I am proud of you As for my career it has not amounted to touch Lillian Ainsworth said leaning forwardl eagerly do you know thtot you have not written a line I hive not tend You ceased to write to me but I did not forget dear Miss Treddwell had forgotten the ruin nod the unfeeling publisher JTell me Jack what brings you to New Yorkf she asked I have been elected vice president of the road and must live here bp re plied Then I suppose you will marry and keep vup oh establishment with a pretense of lightness I dont know he said dubiously There never wits but one girl for me she shejms achldvcd fame She would not think of giving up glory to become the wife of a railroad man A feeling long dead woke In the wo man But she might be willing Jack If yoti asked her she said almost wistfully She might Kindly give up nil her false glory to find real happi hess If I thoufetit that said Ainsworth breathlessly Id ask her In a minute She thought of the novel pf the hackwork of the loneliness of her life which this friend of the past brought sharply before her Jack suet said Ive decided She paused then went on rapidly inhering the violets In her belt to give up literature for good p Ainsworth started forward Jo you really mean If Lillian Yes I do she replied bravely But why he inquired doubting puzzled She looked up at iim and be read It In her shining eyes He leaped forward and folded her in his arms crusbingythe yloiets In his eagerness My darling Was all he could say in trembling toues As for MJss Treadweilmwlth that embrace came the realization that woman was not made to live on mind alone Lois she called after a little bring me the manuscript of my novel Sho took it from the wonder lug maid and turned to Jack with a radiant smile Come she cried gay 1ycome to my study Ore and help me make dust and ashes of my literary pretensions A Witty Reply At a London dinner General Horace Porter was once referred to by the chairman In the following way We have here torfight General Horace Ior ter and I call upon him for a speech The gentleman Is like a slot machlntf youput In a dinner and ouf comes c speech The witty general rose and replied with a quick fire of satire The chairman has thought fit to liken me ton slot machine May I return the compliment and say that he Is like one also He puts in a speech hxl up comes your dinner A Chance to Eat Mnwelfl- A story is told of a man coudeiuncO to death in France who was asked ac cording to custom what tie1 would pro fer for his last meal He chose mus ysels which though his favorite dish always he said caused him avertible indigestion This time however lie added grimly they will not have the chance Days of ChlTalry Wife drearllyAb mpl The days of chlyrilry axe pasts Husband WbatS the matter now WifeSir Whiter Raleigh laid hls cloak oq ground for Queen Eliza beth to walk over but you get mad simply because poor dear mother sat down onjyodr hat New York Weekly ForetbotoBht GllhooleyOl jlst bought me n bottle of hair istordr- JulcaheyBut your hair aint fall outing Gllbooley Thofs1 list it I f Oi sMart usln It now 01 wont git bald when me hub docs fall out SS Explanatory Fotbelnit aqempt in ub1le said her friend encouragingly I thought you sang with a coo l deal of reeling I dont wonder at that replied the ambitious young vocalls mV heart Was In my throat all tbp tiwefliicage Tribune Matched runt era ffnpasaId thcLjngustve youngster why Is it that people rescued from drowning are always saved just A they are going jlown ton the third time I I Why U lf relurnod fnthiT Hthat a sranll bojalwaya picks out unanswerable qnertlous to ztskCbI- ca P Ti t t Th Eminent Kidney and Bladder Speclallsii Sf1 Muffing 01 Swui ioot at Work la f xl Laboratory There is a dfssc prevailing in this deceptivebyjjheaItdiaeaze kldieyVVance thekldneyrpobohetl blood will attack the vita organs or the kidneys themselves fibreal deyvn waste away ceY cell Thenvlhefrlchne s of the bloodrrthf Album nt BrightsDiseaseDJKilmer SwartpiRoof the new dis covery is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands 6f apparently hopeless cases liter all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent fret by mill also a book telling About Stomp Reot and its wonderful cafes Addrfo Dr Khmer CpBIflghmt6ri K Y and Mriioa this paMr 4iTTIT- Dysppsi Cure Dest whypu eat This pfeparatioE contains all of the digestanta and digests all kinds pi food Itgltes instant relief and never tails to cure It allows you to cat all the food you wan c The most sens live stomachs can take it ByIts use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It prevents formation of gas On time stonv ach relieving all distress aftereaUng Pletlng unnecessary PJeasant to take It caRt kljibt1 you tfWMl Prepared only by E Wirr iCo Ohicaw Theil bottle contains 2H times the toe ak flcijitG1tc jf itpry Perhaps the best to read history is tP take up the llf jme great fig ure that attnrctsfpur Uuiglhatlpn and be drawn by that Into the study Pf the general stage upoi which he was only o single actor C rAhiy It Is notq good plan to beglf vJS thbsef4 elaborate documentary lilstorles ill Vibjch you cilnpot ee the wood for trees It is better to be wrong in a tow of your facts or even contract bins from soma partisan bistort n than to IOM yourself iu a mon of documents says Success The best histories are the vlvldest if they ocoislbnally lead you astray ypu can aJwajB orroct hpm b the more sober colored chmnlcies Macau lay may have been tfudfced alid so may Froude and so undoubtedly Tyaa jCarlylet so again was Gibbon yet none the hers these an t1egred hisi torians the historians who set yon upon the peaks of time and enable you to see histpi7 as it lies bqneothln wide views andlr ad masses Teknii Vprnhculfcr Speaking of T xus jaid a ypiins lawyer wio once lived in the Lone Star state to Uic NOW Orleans Tfmef Democrat re 1nL aJ ofn peuiim1r conversation Lj heard ua a rpccfy store a few years agq in one of the smaller places of the fetote aha the story will amply Illustrate the petti larlties of th yer iu alar ln certalu more remote parts of Texas hap jiened to be in the grocery store IP question when a little girl came In to buy some eggs and the following conversation was carried on between tUi girl and tb keeper cf tue place Aint you got no eggs aslicHtheHttler girl aint said I aint tbs storekeeper re plied whereupon jbe tile girl replied after thl fashlon 1tinl ask 3oir is you aint yei I aKk auiayowls you Aint your Thats thr way theylallc some sections of to1 tiife little ftssie who used flu rtpressTon inadei herself clear and tl ijt the PnvMhmcn Peraln Among tin PertC iiiensii1 mode uf punlKlii tit Is i Ucadu from vUcu men f the can are not cXtilt If Is Intilc Ith VirVt sevt jity fmiuently td n jtlir the suffit er alnst a fpr ii e rvtiiii Is throwi upoiijjls actuii vnci not U passed tltrougb a loopnt sfroug and attached to a pole which 1unisil horizontally by mri r ho It round tighten tlu ts aiui siiitr the feet iinmPvablf vo exi trftoucn then strike the vi itcrnaliy with switches of the pr rahate ante f eli stecjvdInrwatei u jdertueii u pie A store of tL Tvtchcs Is KU Orally ready for usi the por dvLclij adjoins the courtynnl of the of the ffrer The IIIHIH shilL fuiuMitly lusts for an hour or vitll the unfortur- natevIiH in taInts Ttau paIn i fteitearc of Jillnd- MlGrcvy when pmj leht ofKrauce1 on one occasion exit tfd himself froui prtsIicnmezt nu joyidortui ircs once of mind He was iielngCoudrcted around the salon by an eminent T titf nhen he saw a painting ybicl Dis pleased him Ybot daubl sxj clalmnl Whose Is It That plc tutv M Itf Prudent1 Sfd his cAronV it Is my own Xvprii vtAUPsaltl the president without any sign of jniliar rnssmcnt at his awkwiintiiifstatc Ii our country when we paVffciilarly wIsU to purchase n thing we nlwny beIiu by running It down And tru toufi part he purchased tu offepflin palA ing there and then tJ r1+ u1 In n letter to the t ttpn Transcript orf the BuDjcct of rmsquotation it cor respondtnil says l bate Ip my scm book three notable pxample froui the ThankBglvlnt proclamatious of the gp crnors of dlfferftit states Gbveriior Bell of Tornsb garllilsiTvith Non Uj the winter Aof qui dlsconteuL made glorious summer in the words of Holj Writ v ri Dc- I once attended n uucral Jnlh oleiitlugyou 1iaveiov andiostthIe ilOmisOd It has been trniy aldtIMs imDPssJbl to solve the b ogrnpuy pt Ubath1 That Is my beivnviti friends theill way foius tol if Jt fc rAn atxjunlnU1 ti mine tells ma that Cyrus Burly b pnC of thpt el known writers y VcaiVosPJ told her that he ht v 5 oobenfrpn nf Quaker meethir tvro lie sav a Woiuan 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