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IL r i v r ii f d THE NwsLOrI t i 7 i iiT-J t t 7 I4 4f ci 1 f1Izc d j j fytANta 8eriVol IX No 50 SPRINGFIELD WASIIINGTON OUNTYK1NTUCKY DECEMBER II 1902 H i Htj vHV 100 A YEAB I tI4 I4rf i BURTON GO i UNDERTAKERS L 1t D BMBAL MERS cIvt in eok alt kta a ef ftuwral PHONE 53 1t ow DIRECTORY f fii GFt4I1couty tof Wasku t7j 5Uisaoutk s s4 t S9 fles from ffiteet1 SM5toWI1 hrauch of lI KaU111idifl- I X44rU fSf Otjf 2 arricnhural district 1 sMks teIKrapl3l atud tdcphu- I i iArssofic flit r olsiJla lbe aM p 1ai UiJt pUlatiOfl 0 Htv 1500 rtciIativcIu u r rBo d 111L1cUVUIeXy KwdtztiYe it1 utuckLeK tetw Ut G A Boicwy Jt cttlv rt Ho Itt sWCa UMWcrXT Cwty D1r sT- fIICUIT COURT c titheforth Meiidav jii Fair My id OctO W f ratt flt1adte w 1I weeHeytoe1sIthWf t Wcsey 1 f4al f t Je1 luter CO1utm i5 r t QUAZTEkIIVCOURT Jt Quavtefly Coortiieid pnJ the t1JirOI a 1pa Bi9 1 atL Lltsey JQe i t UNT OU Tt1 iCoutaty ctot eets oavin foifr4I I I9i l1 jk11autI1 Bi 1IiitaeTJge TtWlf Boakct CoantvClerV TS bYES County Attorney kuTge CiIett Jailer jHyu Cruake Sheriff jhr4IihaaI 14T1I 10IilUrpet Deputies J y Sfcxae County 8nnreTor Ji 0tty AllsevAQt T ptpiiryaaiDeputY RbcrtX9e Treasurer J sL MI1 Cro1f CITY CXiURT James JCNoe Police Judged l r JokGTaCe Marshall iW D ClayVr6 ke Cify Attorney l v r JOfeTICBCOUKT ii Mt1cecuwsare bcldVi in January pril Julyl fcBd October Cfcirtcfr D1rsctaY itIr t BAPTIST CHURCH rcgunr Pstor icrf tiPfIIJUI an413- 0r cAuaI I5dYat 11 a4L fJIikAaY sciieo3at PrIyer F jjtL1eitWedsiMY n1gt at 730 tinlvPJ etiRCI Rev 1 DWatd Pastor Service I eathe a rhml Suayiu each 1 1a1Ifa11130 mSun eq sadaT t10a1J rsyc a every WeesdYi- ghL r 4 CATWOLTC CHURCH ez yP4PastorK ykevCV Iksdy at S and 10 c1ock ahoursCHRISTIAN VCHORCH L Re ViF Lloyd Pastor SeryicelI b agfosrtkS5a i S YrJA1 CHURCH Rsv 0 A Stricklandj ptqr-r CyeS a1a Ii Lrn- J t l 1 P3s4ay sthoal ever SqM a1I1 Pi1r TePtI t ser rhrsdy tt 1aJat 7 oclock JfJ 1i MAWXIC LozG SpeLuc dIoi e xe 9 aetc second a4JY neb 5ath4 i rrEWa1lMIxRMss5scy kcd cs4aY- a ijgc2 eefa MftkModYe tX1Ts fTJsW4WXU1ie ta 5I ijrsWetMs t i ucktkori i L MWtadi 1 Jrr JopJP a rust oFt I 1Sd7 O4 gUtnup Ii SIoUr hIfle5 it5thi cCMMJ u4 4oaiug terriiory Oirbssss wiIIud firab1 y kaiw 1 Wo traijht Cub Sal ayd atf iwcpewieft Jpaid eich 1s JV cbsrk rct r41m1 L i ITtfNHiee wonev itf pier ton expert no un L OI7 poi 16 perineuth A4b IIII t e IDeO Q xWi Bulliliiig IttII Ti i ililli a i iIIi ii ii ill um i 11Ii lttROU C Ort1LK 11 ft7 T ITh Master of4 bIfeS IIam the pldw Matter of Life Where y jharp conlter Jed CeaMf Bterjlityj And toy my rlmel GLaddene4 andsatisfied Follow the peoples I In tbe glimmering 3kwn Furrowing circJewise Leaving wide gaps w here Death Sun hllJ black gates anon Traaed hIefOuudaUonswhgre I r Rose Ibo proud battlementet i Bastions and walls round The City of LUe I y To sie for Charity = Come the worn inendlcaht F otingIpaInfu1Iy Out from the darkness- InlotheBilerice Here are my alms for yon Fiuedlorth abundantly YSars whilel the earth knows SDmiaer and5Wlnte- rSeedtIme and harvest Eatadtie glad Egyptand Nlnevah 1 Rone and Assyria Were but my pensioners at2fepefaaaentS S lUrwaetLecornftetds Sdll stand my kingdoms SeeIng batslave Indeed S MwierofLifer 4 m I I t po WGUoIe mi URAi BtiUTES Citizens living algng the routes of- hepropoac1Jreerura1 delivery Baailseevice are becoming somewhat impatient over the long elayintyie establishment of the routes whfch according to Irstf announcements should haebeen in operation some time ago The latest news wo have is in he shape of a dispatch from Washington and is as follows iepresentatiye Smith saw the Postmaster General in refer ence to the rural free delivery service in the Fourth Kentucky district Mr Smith has a number of routes laid out in his district but they have never beei placed in operation though approved arid recommended by the agent The presentappropria iionforthe service Mr Smith learned lhas about been exhaust ed and until the PostOffice Appropriation Bill is passed next month orders cannot be given- estaljlishingmore routes When the 1ew appropriation becomes available however the routes in the Fourth District are authorized to go into effect So it can Des that whereas the routes are certain to be established there may be more delay and as b9inessanythingsH- k4 aHRisTMAS GIFT The extra- i imoney that has been allow ed by the War Department and which is now being paid to the X ntuckysoldiers who served fn the late Spanish war will come asa nine Christmas prevent to the boys There Are quite a num ber Washington county boys who will1 get the benefit ofthis allowance and to all it will be a welcome lift The amount off each private sJldiers share will beabout 50 and to all of Washington countys exsoldiers the little stake will be received with much rejoicing LOURISthNGAccnrding to a citizen who is rathff close observer and who generally keeps an eye out for matters Jof public interest the town hrs tberfestive crapshooter Yo cit seems has of late boon unusuallyS bold and persave ring oper- atiOns They do sav that at corV lain sequestered spots but al most in the heart of the town there way be seen almost nightly t gathered deadgamo sports of dusky Ijine and some who bgIthe fickle gOOdeSBLuckro toe seductive tune of Come seben com leben It baa been history of these little seances thtthey are irarely ever broken up 14mlfill by internal war or dissen r tost which are some times pro ductive of broken ueads or bleed rtimiphidW resultant of the con TMicfat rock or the festive razor jMiuj tosy a conviction or TA an arrest of a crapshooter inI tt r oturfeK ofthk ccmnty iii air t itil r n eth the oJtrdest inhabitant In the first place ye spoiftive roller of the delusive dice is a hard bird to catch and still a harder one to convict Theiinterpretaiion of the law is uchthatit makes incompetent thetestimotiyof one participant- hi a game against another So a half dpzen guilty ones inaybe arrainged before wa court of jus tic feutj unless threbe au put sider or non participant in the game fit hand to testify there can be Jio conviction However there ate surely Other ways to- break p the practic and for tne saKje of the mornlatniospher- eofthetommunity they should be applie4AkOLEDJesse EfanddenmenTfr m this cougty sent ttp thee iteitiary for tscyp4 t8 fo- hoiezealing have been paroled afferJbfeing confined about six thplJ1iJgaiI1Ou+ tothetyswitt m threyetrsthrear- eateity one with a full pardon awthl se two on prrole Surely tf cqnv ictidn when accomplished even aas few terrors when thfe carryingi out of a sentence iis so easily a vdided Revelutlon Immiaeat A siiini of upproHchitiy r v nd serious i rouble in yourSISIre is rvousness S ss ix sbmacVi Ufsetv Btittrs Wilt quiutly dismember the troublesome aun tIt never fails to l ono stomach rtgubue tiue JEtidnoeys ndEowel t utllm u lid the Liver and clajiryl the blood Run dbWQ systems benefit particular Jlly ad Ip1I the uar utteudirig l Djido tI UO s nv 50 and that roiu nedti ti 1ntlive perfect sat 31actio Guaruuleed by tVJ Haydon Druggist How to Aioid Crop ottWiIll be good news t6 the mothers ofsm ltchlldren to learn that croup can be prevented The first sign of croqpj is hoarsenes9 A day or two bejforfc he attack the child becomes hoarse This is soon followed by pecn1arl rough cough bive Chamber jainsjCough Remedy freely as soon as eveuafterthdispel all symptoms of croup in this way ill danger and abzlety lay be awaitedi This roniedy is used by many thousands of mothers aid had ne been known to fail It is i fatthe in only remedy that can always be depended upon aud thatis pleasant and Jafeto take For sale by Haydon Praise the bridge that carries you ovcrth flood orongh 3allardi Horebonnd SyrJp has brought so mauy over throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds1 brouchltis etc thatits praises are sung everywhere eric 2S and 50 cena Sold by Hdydon CQnZs1Colds and lolStiRatfon 1 Fw people realise wheu takinr a xiujih medicine other than Foieyq Honey and Tar that they contain opiate which are constlpaiing beside beiulg unsafe particularly to children jFoliys Homy and far contains nfl oplutes it iis safe and sure and wljl not1 constipate Sold by Wood and Campbell Salesmen Wanted InWtjes Salary or comraissiop AddVess the HARVEY OIL Co r Cleveland Ohio J Uricolnfs Playmatj Working as a railway flagman theCin1cjseventy centa day is John R6oney formerly an intimate fnend and associate of Abraham LincolnAR onby is past eighty yejarsof agk tHe lives alone kejeping house in addition to spjrving theraiwaratJ watchman Ebpney was always Lincolns pifrtner intoVIi balluWrest ling was Lincolnsathletiport- a4d ROoney is the only man who ever threw Bitnin a rough and Jicmble wrestle Johosaid L ncoln yOu are the nltina who ever did that This was many years before the wars wpen Lincoin was practicing la j 4 Springfield A kidney or bladder trouble Cjja Wiyi W csrsd by viJfgJflenXW I cce jiMe T 1tIJ h S5fHistorical Mr J bHi Wilson of Bar oQrYillehas brought to the attention of the Kentucky Exhibitt Association two old log housed Mi his county which he thinks because of their association are worthy of a place at the WorJcls Fair The letter from Mi Wil son is as follows Silas Woods n went from this county to the State of Mis souri and was Governor of that State He represent dthis count ty Cnox and Harla in the con stitutional convention of this state in 1849 and signed bis name to thp constitution Silas Woodson Emanctpationalist Tbe Jos house in which he was born in this county is still stand ing and isoathe farm of E F Arthur about one mile from flat Lick depot Mvr Arthur resides at Willianisburg Whitley county t There is also standing in this town a little log house about 14 by 18 feet which wa occupied by Woodson as a law office and was also occupied as office by the late Samuel F Miller As sociate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Mil ler practiced medicine hors for seventeen years was elected Town Magistrate and began the study ollaw to qualify himself as Magistrate This building belongsto Alexander Seviec of this town and salesman for the firm of J 1 Robinson Norton Co of your city Would it not be well to send these two buildings to the St Louis Exposition A FrltfhteHtd Horse Runnng like mad down the tree d jmpini the occupantsor a hundred other accidents are eV rv rlf1ocnrrence It he hnoves everybody ti naveare 1table Salve bandy and theres none as g6fd as Bnckens Arni ca Salve BurnSj GUIS Sores Eczma and Piles disappear quickly unddr Us sooth in er affect 25c at C J Hapdons Drug Store- S Timely suggestion Thisisa season of tne year when the prudent mtd housewife replenish es her supblrot Ohambealalns Cugh Remedy It is certain to be needed before the wHiter is over and results are much mor prompt and satisfac tory when it is kept at hand and firiyen as soon as the cold is contracted and before It becomes settfca in the system In clmoit every instance a severe cold may be warded off br taking this rcm edy freely ao soon as the first indica tion of the cqld appears There is no danger in giving it to children for it eontttins ao harmful substance It is pleasant takeboth Adults and chill dren like it Buy it and you will get the best It always cures For ale by 0 J Haydon TboasaM Dollars Worth of Goods A H ThuJnes a welt known coal operator of Buffalo writes I have been aUcctad with bladder and kIdney trouble for yeais passing grovel or stodes with excruciating oaln I got relief from tnepiclues until I began to jake leyvKldncy Otre and then the rcsalt Aas surprising A few dose tar 1 the brick dust like fine stones and now I have no pals across my cheat and I ie l like a now man II I hatldon8S1000wortb of rood Sold v Wood Campbell Woman Rules fho Roost Jur Judge Toney Qf the Jefferson Circuit Courtexprad his Qffi cial sympathy lie stateof the married mtut Kentucky Thin expresliiot was embodied in an opinion lie har lid down in the case ut the entucky Asylum lot tr 0 Tn against F S Beeler indiu y and as- a committoo i Lulu Bee- lerhiswifTitis for lQQO for five t nrtrf lreandmBint- aina A Mrs Beeler Judge Toney hp8Beeler1 lliable Big opinipn itvjiiftfcljptt t The marital relation atcom nion la vyrbetween husbantlind wifeT qttqJy 44 eirphy rights have bccfr afiolfshed in Kentvckyibyjtttntes The doc trine qffflofger sttreversed and the greylolare is the better1hor In every legal cOtt1t between husband and wife heis theUnder dogin the flght If she have estate irtknpne he i58 pen sfbuer on her ounty and it is only ex gratii he may enter the backdoor of her mansion y 0VJ j r DS easblriii part gernrk it the tftal organ Tibioot becomes yitxattt ab4 tkegeuerlheltb Is undermined wkeaeyer the atoovich aud liver fall tto perrijrni their funtlens as naturi iteiided VHerbine will tese sptke stnnachrKu late tke liver where all other pcekrMIos only rsl4tve StH1 3 t it TceatSrF i Thomas A B Reed former Speaker of the House of Eepre sentitives died at 1210 clock Sunday morning at the Arling ton Hotel lt in Washington Acute Brigh tsdisease developed in conneptipii with the uraemia and appendicai troubleswith- whichthestatesI1 anhad suffered during the week Reed arrived Mr hale and hearty in Wash ington last Sunday and attended thedpeningvQf theHpuse session Monday On the evening oft jQ latter day he complained of illness and oi Tuesday went to boo on the advice of his phys ianMr Reed served in Con gress from 1877 to 1899 He was Speaker ofthe House forthree terms t ieestiy Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expensivea Occasionally life tselT is tbe price of a mistake youjuiceJjpr Dyspepsia Dizzlnese Head ache Livp r or Bowe troubles They are gentle vet thorough 25c at C J Hay dons Drug Store Report From a Reform School jj G Gluck Superintendent Pruuty twn W Va writes After trying other advertised cough medicines- e have deeMed to use Foleys Honey and Tat ezclnsively In the Wets Vir ginia Reform School 1 find lUbe iraost effective and abiolntely harmless Sold ly Wood Campbell tf Joe Mulhattpn A gentleman iia in Louisville who represents himself as the only and original Joe who won fame in Mu1hattanI years Jigo by writing UpJ idus s description of a 6000 flower garden which was alleged tojbe located on the vacant lot on Main street owned by Messrs John and Malcom Welsi err between the Clemens note and the court house One stranger ajast was deceived Tjy the story and travelled hundreds of miles to see the marvelous dis play of floricultural art There was not a flower on the lot at that time Mulbattan was a traveling salesman and made extraordinary yarns a specialty He delighted in weaving some harmless fable which was usual ly widely published on account of the luxuriance of imagination His stories startled the world They were ingeniously framed andwere published as the truth Danville Advocate AJO1d IIY The forecast of sudden changes inJ the weather serves notice that a heavy cough and hourse Aoice may ifnvade tne tanctityW the home in your own health Cautious people hayc a bot tie ofOne jilinute Congh Cure always at hand p H Wise Madison Ga writes tam indebted to One Minute Cough Cnrefor my preseut good health and orobabl my life It cures Coughs Colds I agrppe Broncnitts Pnenmonia and all throat and lung tronblef One Minnte Cough Cur cute tbe phleSml drawaOut the Jnfla matiou and healu and sooths the mucous intng and strengthens the lungs 10 Haydon Better than a Plaster A piece of flannel damp ned with Chamberlaitii Pain Balm and b nnd ou the affected parts is better than a plaster for a lame back aud for pains 11 the side or chest PaInt Bolm has no superior is a linement for there lief of deep seated muscular and rheu matic pai a For sale by Haydon H Hydrophobia About a week or ten days ago I mad dog passed through Bloomfieldland a number of otfwckTWoabout 80 each belonging to Mr Tyler and four tat jbogs vreigh- ing over three hundred pounds the property of Mr Vaughn Gran which were bitter by the- dogbavedie4brhad to lba kill edand it is feared that other stppkt has been bitten attdtth- edeilldevalop later Tvjb of Mr Grants hogs died Thurs cjtherslpiedSliti exceptionally fine herd of Jerseys and should they fall victims to toe raoies his loss will every heavy A few dayg after the dog was seen in Blpomfleld Mr Tynr found it dead on his tIQmoreiaQout t show symptoms of hydrophobia jr Woq Yantis dog was bitten 4M4 as oew as iVrrefcM to show- st of hydrophobia It WM kV y t several1otberyettnonmad Reeord FIftbt will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing Lheireyesagalnst the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovfry lor Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with tbeir troubles if not ended earlier by fuall termination Read what T R Beall of Beau Miss has to say Ltst fall mv wife hadevery symptom of consump tion She took Dr Kings New DiscoVery after every thing eise bad failed Improvement came aU once and four bottles entirely cared her Guaranteed by Gi J flaydon drujrgisti Price 5Co and Trial bottles free Dont be imposed upon by taking a substitute offered for Foleys Honey j and Tar Sold by Wood Campbell Rives Out Judge H W Rives who has been prominently spoken of for the past few months as a pros pective candidate for the office Of Circuit Judge of this district has given out the information that he will not enter the race much to the pleasure of Pin ley Shuck of this county who K now an announced candidate Judge Rives wno is a learned layer and a staunch Democraaid- who would make an able Circuit Judge forseemg the struggle which would follow the candi dacy of two Democrats for the office from this county which would probably in tbe finall de J f fC t nfoff le forJtheBOJiP ination magnanimously concludlj ed not to enter thRracei iereby- 4strengtheniOgthehances of isis follow conntryman in Jhelcon test and insuring him the iiudi yjded support of Marion county Democrats While tbisfdecisionj on the part of Judge Rives wnj truly a great sacrifice it redounds tobts h noJap1kmbrltstorhim1 the higbestr esteem of his own friends ancl the higher respect f the friends of Mr Shuck Leby aaori Enterprise An attractive woman hrlvea oa good foodaud sunshine with plenty of exercise in the open air Her form- EwwIthbealthafldbeaaty Whe troubled With restive habit she takes a few doses q Herbiue te cleanse her system qflmpnrties Pfjce 50 dents Sold byHay300 Saved by a Kicky f R Bi Burnettaof New brle 141fromr Danville tt lost bt baUnce andtjl fetlf front of the massive ReJtlDgsari arms rushed to his rescue btproved pf no avail forat the very moment ttiey were in the act of grabbingi hira another gentleman wbo believed that it would be impossible to rescue Burnett kicked him from the path of the wbeel that was with- ini a few inches of his body to the inside of the track beneath the coach Here he remained unUll the twelve coaches passed over him and he came out with out a scratch with tbe exception or a sliffbtrbruise from the sick He told the crowd that he had suffered agonies of death while he was beneath the traip for he tbongnt evorjsecond that he would be ground tp a frazzle Men women and children screamed and tore their hair whenlbeyrfliii ed the strangers Awful situation Hafrodsburg Herald 7 Cotiqhed U I hti a wet stubbeta ceek for tarny years It deprive mt ef alees uA I grew very this I thea trIed Ayers at PtcttrII 55g was quickly cured L HMaHJt FallMflkTemH Sixty years of cures and such testimony the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will dp We know Its the grest test cough remedy ever mid And yo will sty so too alterft you try ft- ThcrcurlqeverydrOp INskISNCIt4 J It J M rsa MI LabanonLocaIL i Froni the Falcon GeorgeLGraharn thsweek sold flyer cattle that averaged 155Gf i dunds InMatt jfeedinjf they took on 210 pounds each The price receiveij wa 1525 brlngl i g 414 for the lot l Joseph Atuins of this ity has resigned his position as stipe riM ten enl cf the Bdldericfc CalUg han distillery atOalvarStHe has held this position nie 1899 and hns given his employers per feet satisfaction Ho was suc ceeded by Ralph Bolderibk who expects to remove bis family to thatp1ce He hahada great dual of experience about ihe distillery and is admirably qfualifled forth position Miss Li ZieBeIL et rnd Sun day from a visit to heit sister Miss Sue near Harrodsburg Her experience last Thursday was of such a tbriilingnaturthat she 19 likeff to rgmembsr lier Visit for several years She land bee sister were rooming with an old lady who was in the habit of ris ing early each morning but last Thursday morning when the Misses JJell aroSe shpwas still in bed They called to hr but she failed to answer Itpdn in vestigation they found her dead having gvedup her squlsome pJaysiciaQed and beforetheexcitementbad subsided the young ladies re ceived a telegramI from theit fAther Mr W P ROll Hrinounc ilug the buruing of their house in thiscitj DeiessCannot b q r BylbcaJi applications ta tber cabhot reach thb diseased portico of the ear- Thereivoaly ono fem d ane tnafcls by coustltaUooalrptaadjesi Xteafnew is caused by an Inflated condition cUbe mucous lln tijf oft EnoUchlan tiibei When ibis tube Is medyhntrve a sombliBg sound or Imperfect Hearing aao Tyhea It is entirely closed deafness the rerultuniess- the inflamaUoB can be7 talrn out apd this ube restored a nor mal condition of hoar lug will bo dostroyed oreyMj nine cases pat of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condlU6a of the mucoas membrane Weiwill give One HundredL Dollars for any case of Deaf cansed by catorrhl that cannot be cured by Halls Citarrh- Cure8endfozcfrcSIargffee F Icney Qo ToleSp O Top Bad 1 NHavenew of gastronomy are marvelous and legion has a sad tale to relate He says The editor of the Ecfiodid not attend the dinner on Saturday 1ggiyen Ty the Cotomercial Club of Louis vile to the nOn resideJ mem hers of lat body He was pre veijted front so doing by ifaviqg to finish some job When you remember he waskickii5g a job press when he might hava been eating pie you will know that alHt not rays of snnshine in a coiintry newspaper inais life latt i I yerythirijg is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve B C DeWitt AOo of9hi ago discovered some years ago how to make a salve atspedfieorl and protrndiuff plle tntat bsrns and SalTeJtytic9n erous worthless counterfeits t Auk fw DeWittsthe genuine CJ Haydog Urbane Equine iJohn S Edelen manager of the Walker tiisiillorv told tb- Recordoff family horse of very refined instincts The horse according to tfcit account not only never iSpat iii vjmpanji himself but further mOre manifestfca the greatest disgust if any one should spit im Uiw peesence Of course tberli were times especially whn put on grassthat despite hIS ratural dantiness some lover tiitid saliva wjuld escapu dyrJbt lips but this no one could say- wtsspIttibg real common vulgar tobacQQcbewipg spitting And bow he would reseat tklc same habit in others Wr Edle says was remarkable For many a time he hiHIfb- ail to lests the i aflelnk t ad discomfiture sa iiidijp iMf did tbb horse ecpiinraDd wbfii eyer be wanted to spIt iis tl horses itable hfhM to ttViietl tithfaqd spit vikrwiMth the door Thf horse fiarsrdsr- an way Record I 1Z TIlE OLD ILMEf IfII + 4 ii1 1r t J 4 T5L1 p Pa drzISJIlinll lf S5Great Curt stjy Cobavehaoe rh iseveralweeks past 4 curicijiitity tram the feathered kindoa iiSthe tI apeotc monkey facec wllbe bird jis a rativ of Suuth America and walt tMr E H CklpmaflofQear3ritt I l ttown by his nepfiew wk0hv 4 near Dan Jihe It was c f4eittf h bebigwoundpd lttiki wlir 7Ai j bjB lth and candition It k gtjs posed that the owl e pHfrttsome travelling aen erie s this spectes is not indigesoas tq North America 5 iTftnzand Nennerberrolifi tlMf bird for the flower show it Laid Villa IpV ojQjlth and J Itffirti Mj the unknown gp dw lro tbe island of Tapa Ih a i aidthcligbts j hpwevioi co fused this unique speclae o fc Minerva hltttdld not ejoy q pelf until tbV wa tsia hoer oi the jnorninjr t Tbp zoological jrardeag of Chi ctnnati tisvepnrcbased tk p1Santi iit bas been shipped to t14t place where it willbe wtllienrei fQr the remainder of Itt eteyw The plumage of thIsowlSasof tj pale brownish yElkSand the feathers about its ey4a grow jn such away as toe Maf strongtesemplenc to tiw fac of b monkey or the carkHKrV refientation seen on thaipdpf a coeunut Its eyes u a t ft deepbrown1Thbirdi vjlarge and remarkably Jb It hoots at nightlike the olntyo- wi and blows like sti5cpSt lug from a valve whes virti y4 It bas a particular averaion frcats and is gletly irritavil C wnfin Ihey oi81111t1hi hpod ft feeds pritcipftly iraw meat but alto kala frtfondness for mice aiel iprro fiWhich it swallows whole Like all the creasrs of tte lower order it sope J rReijfr SSknow the hand that fed it U became quite gentle art at MHVK wbeagivea tnt fresiOs of IM warehouse it Would ij dews ift most low efeotffh to be kHefef t Xt is undoubtedly frei ciil ousty and will bss aeqiteltbi4 to the zoological gar4 W su 0dard I Worms taker fela ttii alusall lev testlues where theycas eiy ilttply White CruMVer rifa f irUl dectroy thexe parasites THey rdief Of he peopfe tails jsialiilyjheW well li aajaucceededi PriceStwbyHaydou o If you f etil1aadseei paM V Why rcJtuetJMlt DeWItta Early Xieera Are little HTpcirera OCake cue thcydOtlkretr L W gH wen fT 4ijif II have used De1fitt LH4 J Zast Riser Pills ilimy aaHy iec aaetif fj ftiotfj Blcki edche cte Te I sir lit c Iantin4ebedfec the lMMI Mlimf famltr Hayde 4C v J s 0 CUrn sI Wl1 uLAlf7 whose fathr liys Os DrJ llevs plftf uar Ettaijd- ently tshot kiatMif IIttInddiclSuaay oraittiv Je wadoutbjntgad Pt Jaittbrough a fence Vad WM eIjl-ug iowwU wt ol load struck hi Ijl UM aa- MM 1hIj it in a wii MMriasY Bji was able Ww lltttr i nr hleedhayto twsthe way Dri IA7 a P1s sr uij ms bat a s be IisS Jasat t g dM= rsIdPAt k rW J W lbs aPiat4r 1tbst 1 pissts eateu iiiiifrosao3dl r JrfvlA IIf SS ITr wTii JKMfSttAOfR J1 III UEYz2Y 1JroJUlltAY t 1AYtAINADVANOE 4 1PRIMGPIELD KY fL DAVISON Jr- lw uJi ka F Leea1bi3l aQtices10 cek pe r ackavSlaiaeaf CtLs on eandidateii a4 political matter j cents per + v tJob work ba at low ratilbBi cash l4tbepIdaduviefgod NJ Ad7ertts4onractI made on1tbera 4 t4 j Ofeltaarta and rMOlnUbn ofr eapeet 3 i r wta peru f t N1ou1wI- cCiLy MaKIL1tei f 250 euat1 OMeers hD 500 lsUIntOftlces v i ItJO i J4V T RFJ A PuEe1We areawtii to otce the aame of cf 4rJii JZfNliRY SHUCK i a eiMMtloetha Office qf Circuit i i f Judge Of this the Eleventh Judicial f DMtf1tialpoeeciofthecoaitLcs of Marlon AyiqrGreen and Washing ii too iiBbj4cfc to the actiosof the Demo crailppirty it u I 0 fcor Circuit Clerk Ff We are authorised to announce the Jr saaae of 1 i orj3StE- Yi M ac n4l3ate for the office of Clerk w 1 of Ihe iiningeon Circuit Coup L iubject to the action ot the Demo i C v vrati e party L In this Issue appear the an t nouncemeht of Horu in1- eyI Snuck tf Marion county as a j f y aaidiitefOr the office ofCircuit f Judge of this district Mrf Shuck itpo wellknown to the j jv people of this county and this district tovneed any introduction Z irBmns He has been active in l r ft V bri profession and a tore iioptJ fightert in the ranks of the Demo v J cratic party in every political t campaign For about eighty ara s f ie served ds Commonwealths Attorhey ibf this district withf jgreat credit In 1896 he was l- I Chairjaan of thr Marion County a JtDemocratic Committee and a I sfcrongf advoate bf free silver Tid1 William Jennings Bryan o 1 cWitS also a member of the U State Central Committee from ini 4 iSS to J899 In the Goebel d r V campaign of 1899 hevira8anar i denj supporter jof Mr Goebel and pn accoufct pfhisgoodTork Jntthat xiampaigb was tendered i v thetp6sitiQn of Chief of Claims f 4j t fn the Auditors offlcCj which her T accepted and now holds Last irf August he was appointed by IGbvernbr Beckham a special 1t juclgje to preside at the trial of r important cruninal cases in Har J ll1ancoinivywhich trust he con n 4rdcted with satisfaction If1 Royalty tp ones iparty sterling worth and ability count for an Jjng l Mr Shucks candidacy jshbujdi commend itself to all r gQ Ieiriocra1s and the voters of Wftshington cpunty and this fi i district wUldbubtlessf show their i fit PP recistionati the prpper time t g Ja u t u 4 p rvn Jtys jssne mil to i toeI 2 fealltfor an election to akea t to1 the proposed bond issue tel r the new graded schooL pecember23rd is lthe ar for tbeelection The propplii tion i ito issue bonds for the I fc purpose of providingi a schptil- h I buildinet6 to tlio ati ouut not l i t X di4 The 9t1i t piroTisfqns Pare fully setout in t byri cfevery voter of the district ItIt tytOthird vote ofrequirLsa 4 ifchose votinfffpr the prtpos 5g14i AcntyI itionlI lhdistrict convention to non iA y t 9natea Circuit Judge In tie Dai- yllll l J djsfrlct is in session at that tt i ace Saiifley Hardiqg and tdidateslT1fr ann when they convehtionp6ned vf j L th hancve ri lavora9e for ttMiadead tLoik7 Jt J = t44 jI Earr IrVhltuey and 4Slaud yqBfln the two yo 1ifglur i Uk l airersofMr Chinntne1xi Dg j to jt mtrrJta 1 jjiliavif Lentrie1 C c i t nd tisthJ nanltv1- tiJJ1i for by p ytte counjy4 r t L j LL L Z wt Y ee ic f fi11 j r 5 JiiilllliiHWWW HWWHHiIW i iNW iNW iIfi 24H 1 1 1 I K IrepOrtedbyourCorrespondents I Happening Among the County PeopleS ac 1 H arrfasty Schoolhduse V I Mrs Franz Gray is very ilH at this writing 1C Mr John Mcllvqy has engaged turkeys hereat cts per Ib Mrs Sarah Hays and daughter Fannie spent Friday with Mrs1 John Hardesty i Mr John Mcllvoy apd wife spent Thanksgiving with Mr J L Williams family Mrs Sarah Gray has returned home after a two weeks yis t with TelativeJ at Woodlawn Mr WS Y X56odtlettisim proving so as to go about the house We hope to see him pyt soon v 1 The death angel has visit the home ofMr and M rs JR Gray and claimed fctiein bright little boy Oscar Smothers Gray- agc9 years 7 months and 26 days God grant us all u place among thp children and childlike souls who are before the throne eternallr and sere Him dayand night in His temple where sorrow ceaseth and the shadows flee Way In glad sweet home eternal Where the ransomed live and reign There is beautybrlght and vernal And the h arC doth cease from pain PULLIrtW C 0 Foster sold acow to Mark Dedman for 35 Born to the wife of John Spratt on the 5th a 12pound feoy 7 Mr William Jenkins and Miss otis Moberly were married on last Sunday RtvJ A Simms officiating Jessie Trrel and Ben Sptatfc who were sentenced to the peni entiaryi p9a charge of horse tealinghaye betruas d on parpje Died on the 3d Mr Henry tthin Mr Hardin has beeu n invalid for many years His reh ains were interred at Brush Grove cemetery Tobacco tripping Is the order f the day The Continental buying the most of the toba GoI the community at a fair There will be but little shipping nethis season WILL1SBURG Myrtle Sutherland is on the isckI list E D Wells visited his eiatives atKirkiand last week Mr W S Gibbs is quite sick at this writing 1Mr John Grider vas in Chap lin Saturday on business Late Harlow and elaud Cheat ham Called near Booker last Sun Say to seetheir many friends We aria quite glad to report Mrs Fannie Sutton better this week as she has been quite ill with pneumonia Austin1 Cheatham has returned home from DeKaib III to spend the holidays with his parents Mrs WTWVHyaiand daugh ter of Mackville Visited at the homo ot Mn T W Reed Satur day und Sunday KtrVW S Gibbs das returned hprae afjera few days visit to Shelbyville rM ClarecneStnnett fLouiS yUle is tha guest of Fred Suth erland and oher relatives at this place Henry Wells of Tajham Springs was in i out towhjast t Saturday T r- ft f Mr j W Burton 2iid son Barry were in your townlast r prsda ron business 0ia number off hitt rs IQUite in our midst They enjoying the sport ID A M Shildsbf Maclvlil was iin our town stt Weekj T li is reported he will move To t6js place sootu r t T it fciii abi good SundaySc1ooi uttiuplace 4JLidbIJtendants revival now in sessi n I f vef J teresting and cAre suri everybody wjll enjoy itj kj fthatf rerporiedill with typhoid feveif last week also had heartb failure uipdburied t 4YJMr Miibuiln had abct of friends at ttk place aidwjij a kinAfliber and a pious bus sympsthyL1 i rcJS iIclutiri e Lilrlguaius 0 Bryan isoji- tiesicklist fi Sever attended the sate of l1liam H nitopllllTllWtJ IMnday Miss Ellen Rapier a td Mr Tom Brent of Nelson cutiniy visited Miss Etta jd Jonday Misses Annie HO i lt ti C arkson and Vlattie Mu Hi spnt Sindey with Suie Keen of tnis pace l B HillsoW to Burks Bro six shoate ro2tY Tne forn er al ohad a fine short horn heifpr td dip lit week The majority of our Utizetis h ive Lulled tKer hogs ts old eathersbeitiK quite be thing for fresh mear R bert Me In re oilI loPraik i eene thirteen fat mules 01120 per head The former also sold toShewmaker and BallarJ our cal traders a fat cow for31 Quite a number pf our oil Ziiis a ended th ploys at Sr VSr College he 8th of Dec lbejv Misses Apnie Mt tjngly and Maud Carabrpi of Blmc visited tt le Missis Ed len of near hero Jlust Sunday Messrs Richard Kre Eli hlt trains Bob and Arthur Gorbet vme in from Iowa last week to spend Christmas with their par ents and relative in this section We are exceedinjrly phd to see t lem back and we see sever lot t eytung ladies with smiles on i eir faces Wshng all he readers of t iis paper a Merry ChriS mas aid a happv New Yea wij c bse For tha- iMi11ionftre Feeling I wear clothes made to your exact measure by- STRAUSS BROS Good Tailors to 25 years CHICAGOYou Just right In them Near ly 500 pat terns to ee lect from SaUifidflea gaaraifeed See the com plet line at the store of CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN inJr How the fliiitil Cntii- Tie abbriefnnl blacks of AUBtranu litre a iueer tnnliilin about till Uood iTUey say that at out tluu tiiyre no water on the wirth at all except In the Indy of an in nit nse frog where men rrd women could not get at It There jvavi great council on the subject and couldIseveral animals were made to o nW and caper before the frog to In tic him to laugh but he did not even FCilli anil so the waters remnliuxl in l3 ody Then some one happened to ttlukr of till queer contortlJuiH Into whiCh the eel could twist itsejf and It iwae Rtralsrhtway brought before the lrojc nile wljpis the frog saw the wrlg iig lie laughed so laud that the whole tATth trrinbkd and the waters poured jtof Ills iiiouth In n great flood In vhlch nuiny ipovBy were drowned The hInd pvrlc WIT tmvtd from trownl by lip pflicnii This thought Jal JIril hujdi rfjjlg canoe and went fcrtir It nil afijong theklnndsitbat zi- ptnitd here aud thi all we the sur Uceoftevf ttt andl ratlered in the- tlRcLhbple q l d4thum tTfvFnIs4u Geogpipiilei LJipver realize the value of time Llftblcs uht I gotihold pf a class of hnvu fill nWnrifh fii take nil ltcclt In reographj jrMIO dt Nciw York pnbilc Iiooltachzer So far as the study of rtfultsfroirlthcatlthegeograihlcs In the market Slaps that bave jeqji preparpd fpr thqg pur tffic UiYAt g the youthfulAininhl l the ltt uf lotahIty rare ihiiuiizczI bugbenby all except tlietudibus few lint jusiset a dozen boys aoiiiid- zipiIeqft1inotui1lesnzlJ telll lhztxiith h- o2afceertain cIties lakes nUll rive- nefldtIIVyiSuiWkrk llle beaver itu- dime out ner rt defY etlior iuost hl Uab Tt1d c mp Mflifg niiipk nrea so Uct unfijiljnfi interest both taiOn flUtrar Sdrvol zurs It is ti1e tjmat this nuortzotzx- zctliod mat ilte tle Jhopeiggrr nted ideas nato the Irnportnucv jOf cer tain tnllroa gr but they eeem to get t ot the tDI estfeatlon 4a j Ltl Sick BlootlFeed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotfs Emulsion restores the strength goodIrom sick blood bestIinhutrition ofhealthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest iin strengt lleast in taste Young women in their teens iare permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodvbichshows itself in- palenessweaknessandnervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion It is a true blood loodand is naturally adapted tojhe cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We win be glad to send a sample to any sufferer sure tat this picture tn the form a label is on the wrapper every bottle ci Emulsion buy SCOTT BOWNE Chomlsts 409 Pearl St New York Cnn You See Air If nil cannot be seen vlmt Is It that we see quivering o hove a field on a hot suintuer day or even abo e a hot stove In thl house That qut on has puz zjed tunas a head both old and young The answer usually glvei Is that It Is the heat but heat cannot be seen and therefore It Is not the heat MThe explanation of the phenomenon la really quite simple hikdul such thln Rvhell we bear It As a mrftter of fact It Is air that we see quivering but heat makes It visible The quiver lug Is caused by the upward passage close by each ther of small currents of nlOf dllTcrent temperatures In which the rays of light are irregularly refracted and this makes the currents visible Value of Cnpltdl Once upon n time two utter bank fupts were considering ways and means of getting needed money know how we can make 9 said oneDow asked the other Raise a dollar note to ten by placing a cipher hfter the one Where win we raise the dollar Then tin scheme failed for want of capital Moral The great ttuanclal difficulty Js In raising the first dollar Xew York herald Changed HU Ticket An entertaining story Is told of a iallway manager In Wales whose Iden city wits not known to the ticket lector of an outlying station lie was talking through the station door when the collector surprised him with a request for his ticket My face Is my ticket he said with much pleasantry 440h said the collector my orders are to punch all tickets Story of Kobccplerre flu story Is told of Robespierre that it oUt time when at the height of his power n lady called upon him be sewhltiK him to spare her husbands life UP scorn fully refused As she turuVd away she happened to tread upon tlu pi w of his pet dog He tuniHl her and asked Madam hnV you SmillBoy Klviuu Irtrge bottle of dJI worfl niijllriiH flflS5 iot In your store fiizght Vlint is flic miitter Well Yvi liwn u ulr phone with urandiiiii a sizes tnii iMtiy been thk Ill Kick IIII Im going In get even with IirLlfe ICppi It to Himself The iiinn fit untolsl wealth Is the cue ho iloi jln tux s orPhll zidtlel Jj Beet and Worst Ii this the best wurst you can send met Asked the lady Jo walked Irita the meat stdrc vlthyripackngedf thatt tfSaible In heriiand 1 4YadamlinswerCc1 the DcatoJDn1 fsllho bestwurslfwe have jWill It ii the worst 111stIever- w iurn sorry to hear that The best Tcan do istb try and send yotfsome better wurst from todays lot but as I said that ds the bet wurst we have at present lam 5rerhowevCl that the wurst we nrenow making will not be any worsethaiiwthlsand ought to be better I assure you that as soon its I get the wurst you shall haye the best of 1tWe never gave any one the worst of it so long as we have been In the wurst business and you may be sure that when we give you your wurst it will be 4he best for our worst wurst Is better wurst than the best wurst of our competitors But the lady whosd eyes had taken on a stare of glassIness was sedn to throw up her bands and fleq from the place for she Was afraid the worst was yet to come Baltimore American The Paris Mousetrap Paris has been described as a gigan tic mousetrap with three doors labeled respectively hotel cafe and restaurant The city has about 10000 hotels There are restaurants in every block and you can find sat almost every step At almost any restaurant you are sure of good cooking You can eat well any where and at any price There are scores of places where the meals cost as high ns in the better restaurants of New York and hundreds where you can get n very fair dinner for 50 cents or If you would have wine for 10 cents additional There Is one stock company which does an enormous busi ness in supplying cheap pod good food for Parisians It was rounded by a butcher who has lila shops still in dif companyblcan always be sure of good service and good food You pay for what you eat and pay for everything but the prices are low Napoleons Temper A sty is told of a sudden rage Jnto which Napoleon L fell one day ad he was at dinner He had scarce partaken of n mouthful when apparently some inopportune thought or recollectlorf stung his brain to madness and reced ing front the table without rising from lilt chairhis small stature permitted that he uplifted his foot dash went the table crash went the dinner and the emperor sprang up intending to pace the room Quick as a flash his waiter scratched a few magic symbols on a bit pf paper and the emperors check had grown more than double Napoleon appreciated the delicacy of his attendant and said Thank you my dear Dunand with one pf his Imitable smiles The hurricane had blown over A Curious Old Teasel A British army officer discovered among some old manuscripts a draw- Ing of a manofwar which was built In tGOO for the Japanese government The vessel was of immense size was covered with sheets of Iron and copper and was provided with two rudders Furthermore the manuscript in which the drawing was wrapped says that opparntusdozen men equipped with iron onraj The vessel resembled a turtle In shape and was armed with ten large cannon The drawing Is very exact antiex perts say there Is no doubt as to Its authenticity A Deed of Darkness He sits alone In a darkened bmalone in the fading light Why are his brow so heavy with gloom and his cheeks so den ly white But though his heart is faint with care his cour age never flinches His eyes are fixed iIh a glassy stare What is it his firm lAnd clinches A little courage he murmurs Yes a little and all la won A choking gurgle more or less a gasp and the deed Is done Without a shudder or eyelid wlnkAbr It makcsnhe heart recoil that be so quiet ly calmly drunk a dose of castor oIL London THBlts Plant Roots It Is from the rootlets or small fibers of a tree or plant that Its subsistence Is obtained and In the performance of Its duty nature has given these dell cute tender parts wonderful strength and persistence when exerted within yules In their search for food supply they will sometimes even penetrate soft rock to reach favored spots Short on Comfort It must be a great comfort to tuto own such splendid furniture Comfprt Say there Isnt but bnd comfortable chair In the whole lot and my wife Invariably wants to sit V tCIeveland Plain Dealer A Sensitive Patient jIDrv Emdce Feet go to sleep jEditorTbats j suppose If my corns ached that wool DIttilhingoS Acquiesced Im Innocent and I can ProVo U you will give me time whined the pM offender Three years said the Judge Bal tlmorc American Iaulviolingun to finger It It la a flddleAtchIsou Christmas Game FREEfSi AIn1 il I K V LioNCoffee t t r from nowuritiTChnstmas will be founifreegame amusing andinstructiyeso diff rentkidds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game 4 1i iw a iIi J ia l I Il Mi JI l 11 11 hI fWa fWIt wlQ W if 4 n f I r JI tW f a h e v rigi B4qgr1 se4 iv 7 ai Ja 1 fbIq gtL Gi I r 1 qftQ qt I T A or Iibrptil5I r i 1 IS it at Ihancl aid 2 tvf tf 3 W iB grass seeds J j r E t I L i 8Oatsie t r I I il THOMPSO3S ra mII fAim tH 1 m DfO BUCKDRAUGHT FOR J is nothing more than a dogging of the bowels and nothing less than vital stag relievedIfalowiIWpoisonous tem he would soon pet relief- Conati tioninvites aU kind of contagion Headaches bilious nesai colds and many other ailments disappear when constipated bowels are relieved Thed lords cleans out the bowels in an easy and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other violent cathartics Be sure that you cet the orfgi ThedfordS BfckDraur1it made by The uedi- cinePo Sold by all druggists in J 25 1901I cent and 8100 packages an u u aid bats wit tor Ulutits years nerer rare mr eiUdrta any other Uxitln think 1 coalt liner be able to work without It on CtOut of being tnlble4 with couUpsUem YoU mcdjclna liaU tUt k Camels In Africa At the present day camels are used for all sorts of domestic purposes In Metes They may even be seen draw- Ing plows in the interior of the regency of Tunis You may remark a Woman and a camel harnessed to the same plow and you hesitate to decide which is the greater outrage They are also used for drawing water from the strange cumbersome old fashioned wells of north Africa Their chief use however Is for caravans You may behold them brlugjng In huge cases of dates from the oases or you may see them with great tentllkf structures of red silk upon their bart These tents are for the conveyance i Arab women of the upper classes who seek to main ttain the privacy of the barem when on a journey Two women and some children are often accommodated ou one camel They have cushions on whichjthey enD lie down and even sleep It Is stuffy audit Is dark but they deem themselves well oft In escnp lug from the searching rays of the Flrat European Railway The first carriages that ran on rails in Europe were those of a horse rail way between Liar and Budwels Ini Austria This was tn working order In 1827 Loconotje railways were JnJ t to St Gerumaffi ill mii railway Vas r dy hindered by n terrible accldeut on rite PttriSVer1 sallies line In 1842 next was the Brti ilHMallnes In in Belgium Bel glum wns also the it ountry to begin in 1830 systemaic pttins for a na tlopal qq work of jjjyvjijrs Prussia followed In 1835 and triaHungary In 1838 The first grnt trunk line In Europe was from Paris to Kouen opened In May 1843 Vnlne of the Icsons Mrs BIlklnsrDo y u think It Is worth wbllp formy dt liter to go oni taking singing essons She tins been at It for five years and cannot sing y et Professor Von NotcrDlt you expecdj her to learn to zing She vlll ncffer zing lu zee vide vorld Thin why didnt you say so long ago f5 III thought you merely yantcd tot efrcngthen her Jungs I il rJI J Potted IrimntB i fthe reason jsome people never have sOlnetlmbcc A jxit live lfa heavy sour such as tlff1pot when the drainage Is not complete Tljla Is eBpecIally true of palmX to which tile Stagnant moisture Is sure deOthul it holds true of any pot grown plant Fap4V Joke if1 think It is so silly to see a baby biting his toc9r remarked the roiWlrtatllearning how tQ be thrifty tt I Yes Isnt he hiaklnjK both end meet Ghlcaco News iind Hl1 affoii1i osset1theiitt- ctoe t figOnres Ouriiisnow4 J fillJI of SOil l1itetiidnob r l1ellleson them1ikt l AnyrSty 1 l Iapyt Rriffttt A it You must rememtfei ne have of ijjkkinds tPJ 1mUH tIrcr GREEN L l 1Ui nt i Constipation lackDraught thoroughly Chattanooga lirCFUlL1D burnjpgsun development JtAfwlll 4ptanrBoil jyoung- niplher ThnltttI q1io Vbiest an tt 4AtLQWeSt H 1eb f i Oif IJt n IJ Ctttt1llDEr oJt lto moJ AIf DRESEDUMBER r Li t SASH ancFtOORS- LATHSfland j L SHINQLESC- ONTRAOTING J tcIt r 1I 1Anything JA the building line at thePRING d FED LUBER COsYard AJ QA LO mm PIIJOESfi 77tt I Tho Iriiih darae i An Irish authority thns defines alt expert rS s of well deilv ered curse The ttellefj among thean4 lent Irish wai ttbct a curse once proir nouuced mut frll In some dlrectlpnv It It has been deserved by him on vflJ1i1iouI i then qYJUretu91tiP9Dun wJ prortaunced It Thettbmpare Jtc3oA wedge WrthlVbJCZJlf1 tthneWcitl- mben s1it1imas f euXdgoltf1tt go and cTea e the ttnod ijull1ltIb 6 ot It will fir ont andtstnikelo woodman hlmEclf who isdrjvnylt betweeti thfeyc o ijoi u 19 tAAJCaShelatllf1sqnnrelug on the ttap of lberiizlnmlIi ix 1 curious round jfeoibtitlii StQDPS alese nithemstitlousabont thqzuJeJ4 jy One mOde ornvertlgtMtipiwnsf- or the pekonagjiqsbnmhte stones were turned jJovhaTe a grjawWufe PllaoyS7ihimreciting thymes Father and Spa What a fatIiereime do ifbewilVla to make bis own oxpsrieoee and knowp e4ge an Inseparable pat of time Intellectual and splrjltual equipment othls son hOt be can do this onjy wneu he cares much about it asto make it a dally hourly object of his Je says the Cosmopolitan So many fathers shirk the uridertaklnrr so many of thenl stand aloof and Jet the precious tens go by wIlling to give anything aid everything except themselves JTbe first and great reward of counsels the one that comes when he Sees the boy upon tile vcrgti of manhop going out Into the world ta fape the Inevitable dangers wh1 courrqht tile novice tor tu life cf a mari drffers from te llfp JQf a wofnnn In thrs respccttliatpl tlmeprpthcr soOner or Inter thet time must come when he BhUinan atone relying ou his own strength to conquer If hobO sound and bravetp tall If he bcCPKnnd jcowardiy t Where Connecticut Got lUvPfame It rnlght be Imagined that Jpanqctl cut Is calledi the land nt steady b- Its on accotint of the pxemplary Con duct of Its citizens But It Pbtabjed that tltlf Itl afferett manner 4 cltl zen of tlitt jstatc explainS the matter thus In thee early colonial times It was the custom to prrtvfde evOiiPm- who assisted at a dedication church bulldlng0f barn raising witlAn hookiir of Iood Jamaica rum These tUb ilol1B needless to shy were popular When the charter creating CoanQctlcut4a crown fulany qr Ivetl tbCewns oT course n celpbratoiit The first goVern- or John VInthrop rpfuseditftbroT l rum nqd In his Inaugural address4de- ptqrttl the custom of tippling Bnylnff ItAld not lead to steadyJiabltsrThere uiion the Nufmeg Stafe badatIuIOtoh- and OSwif to potetityNeff York Trlbunei w iftdtIeeiddsI A vnAt singer Is if gltttbe gods and should Ibplbng by divine rlghttoall tile irepl6 Vhanbver Stt1tT PattL n Jenny Xlnd a CampanlnV tii Edouard pe Reszkepr a KUsson 1iX born tlip j veciiment Khoad htfnf hlta tecrysoul Inspltlnfe Ijitfuence tlbrarles nla help P few bookworms from jitetati- me A grent singer woUlil tefelji iill ildris of dfiiressedl soub durfei ifJUf Ume Nem Yorjc PreM itlr Fli1Lrrri Him r1 What Ii olzhaSbaSds trp ter14IlIkcU Mrs OUlcasile- Oh her bWess replied 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