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SILl 114lIa alt exptles pWvneh j stby ce4ekdinct fro4U ld qsIwiis eoY4vaac pi experiC jin 0 I titc psrmneI t1A Ir M- icztcs J j ii ii ii iI ii ii il iii ii ii Ii inii ii ii iiiiij iWili7i1 A ROUND QrLi1LK1 yyyxw YYYT Modern Instances il Wb a the BBHHHirtlHe li over and the Jekvek have 4uit the tree YOB1J1J1iM k lIe Pot the fooeleeh then fa pr eeet IYOII Asiftano joke Ji tS frot is OB ike windows and 10111 overcoatrin k AIICtJa tfcen your Sowmer wages you regretfully recall AM tbetHS you had in blowing them te not conSforting at all 2 When you shiver blue ani chilly and- y yM DOWjeare de d fat broke A1IdtH frojstls bd the windows and you overcoats In oak TM remember now with sorrow how f9ii1i iijedredaUW- kenyouhave ypnrdongb to dig upjnouey for more coal each day orao Asdyoar heart Is filled with eadneas and y oar woe in bard to cloak Wfe B the frost JIson the jflhdowa and your OTcrcoata iin ioak- Ah ttatben you wish you wandered on a tar o l Southern Isle WUcrsthb c6 tQmerao8t in fashion Is f a palm leaf aad asmile Whew tber have aovpeiky pockets so they never can go broke WlMve Bo froatI oa the windows and BO ovezcta1aaoak Exchange rin rillladvhcevalue in Washington count- ywithinibe past twelve months baa been1 a subjectof remark to Jii nylio jjlofess to be nabe lo see the cause thereof While the appreciation in farm values in thfcf county recently has been coneiderable ihB pric6 of land as compared with values in other sections of the state is not really highs There are some portions of ibis coun1y where the land for fertility and adaptability to yari uscrdps is unexcelled by any in the state There are many weU improved farms top in the county and land that has beeir given reasonable care in the cultivation will pro duce good crops every seasonable year without the use of any of the commercial l fertilizers used so extensively inx ther por lions of the country TM fact is that the tte fcionof the public baa only recently been attracted to Washington county arms and their comparative cheapness and buyers are coming in so that indications are that the puces will continue to advance rather than otherwise liE EEDEPSome weeks ago the town trustees elevated the hopes ojf the ood citizens of the town by starting iin with con siderable flourish to put some long needed improvemeqfe on the streets of tnd town but for some unexplained reason the first few spasmodic efforts appear iq have ended iejob It IS true that the nwvgutiering On Main street aY far asit goes isi decided n1J2rovemetat it is well that somo of the largest holes in the macadum of the principal streets havebeent filled up but there is yet touch r6om for further work One otf the most conspicuous needs just now in street rnprovementsseens to be the necessity of new crdsSpgs over the principal thoroughfares Those are not expensive improy ments but they arts needed and it is to b e hoped that the City Fathers will see their way clear to have the work done 10J xHANQES There will be a number of changes among town1tof ownership of the McElroy and VlcChord block is one and it is understood that tub grocery firm of IHiartoh Tapp and Mayes willoccupy the vacaiii store room in it formerly used by theB19t Grass grocery The store ocjrfu pied by Grundy Claybrookeand ftlclntire as well as thejroom djojning which is all a aTt 0- 1theproperty t now owng fby Mr mn wil thoroujbL ly otwfill dtia remodeled Grundyl Clay ooke and Morn kirtwUJ then occupy the entire bwMiiif whicftvwill be fitted out M a mod rn business house with all upio 4 tecoaveni 9C This are JtKitbl said yliOlDe Iobwiges cqied ai-ttrD fl 1 1 p rrIt III ADsrhe recent heavy rains have beep playing tpe rrjischief with the roads throughout the county and a great deall inore work than is bing done will be required to keep rhero dJ in anything like bin8ibroads just nowis the heavy haul ing oi the obaccO men who have begun to make their crop deliveries to the Continental cotnpa nys Wnrehouse at this place T ba Co can unly be hauled and handled in wet weather or when it is jn case which makes It particularly liard on the roads Revolution Immfn mt A s ure ian of approaching revdOndserious trouble iin your system Is v nervousness sleep lessiuss ot stomach upsets Eleatric Bitters wjit quickly dim mber ihe troublesome causes Itt never fail tQtoq stoniuch regulate the Kidnneys and Bowels stimulate the Li ve and claaity tqe bloodRun down systemR benefit particular ly and alL the usual attending acheii vanish underIts searching e1ftctlvenossEiqc thats ratIi rned if iit dont igiv- eperfctat4sfactiou Guaranteed by cJHaydonDruggistHow t It mil be good news to the mothers of smklt children to learn that croup can to prevented The first sign of cronj is hoarseness A day or twO befoi the attack the child becomes hour e This ia soon followedl by a pecu iar rough congb Give Chamber lains Cough Remedy freely as soon as the c lild becomes hearse or even after ttierj ugh cough Appears and it will dispel all aymptomsooronprtfl this way ill danger and akriety may be aTaidedi This ramedy is msedby man thousands of mothers and has neyerTieen known to fail Jth in fact the only remedy that can always bode bended upon an Jhntis pleasant and are tp lake Korsulch t Haydon Prkiie the bridge that carries you pvcrth flood or pngh Ballardo Hor bonn1 Syrup has bronpl so mauOver throat and lung jubles such as coughs colds bronchitis etc that its prafses are mug everywhere Pr14e24and cents Soldby Haydon Traveler at Ejnbanon The Commercial Travelers will organize a Council at Lebanon on the 27th day of December an4 there will bethirtyfive cha- rtmembers m the new organi zation A number of Danville- trarelingmen who are members will attend and take part in the inii ifatibns There are probably inDanvilleteqjial size in Kentucky and a movement wilt likely be made be fote many months to organize a new council herelAt present there are only fiye councils in the state Non but men who hpve traveled at least twelve membershipTue incase of death the benefits are 3000 and in accidents t25 per wekIanvil1eAdvocate4ff rhy nepurchase the best D Witts Early Risers Are little surprirers Take cue they dOth rest saysIR set Pills iu my family for oonttlpa tlmt sick headache etc To their use I loMndebted myLYrke Afain A Wshin t saystof gentucky and AttorneY Gen erallPratt n re registered in this city Mr Barnett In converaa tion with a newspaper man stated that he thought that Hon John W Yerkes at present Com tiissioner of Internal Revenue would be the best candidate that the Republicans could select fore Govrnoship at Kentucky t is stated by both Mr Barnelt and Mf Pratt that Mr Yerkes irouHbe and is the most accept Bepublj4n Salesman Wanted Tolookaftcsjr 1itergr- a i iad eo- or f4M u4aivzyII Election Notice Persuant the following resolutions an election will be held at the Court House InJ flDecI fl p mthe polls being open con tin nousiy between said hours t1I take the sense of the legal voters of said Graded Common SphoolV District upon the ciuestlOllasl10 whether or not the trustees of said Graded Common School District shall issue the bonds of sald dist iltf to not exceeding the amount pfl 000 par value Jor the purposp of providing suitable grounds school build ing and apparatus for said graded common school district Said resolution which is in words and figures as follows is made a part of this notice tCAt ameeting of the Board pf Sprhig6eldGraded at he lsw office of W C Me Kyssmebeing cemberiOOthX Haydon president presiding on motion regularly made tht following resolution was unan- Imously adopted First That an election be and the same is hereby ordered to be held at the Court House in Springfield tuckyon the 23rd day of December 1902 to lest J1e sense of the legal voters of this Graded Common School district upon the question as to whetheror not the trustees of said Graded Common School District shall issue the bonds of said district to the amount of not exceeding 14000 par value same being withip the limit provided by Sections 157 and 158 of the present Constitution of the Commonwealth of Kentucky the pioceeds of said bonds to be used for the purpose of providing suitable grounds school buildings furniture and apparatus for said Graded Common School District Second That in no one year shall the total levy made exceed 50 cents on each 100 worth of taxable property in this district for the purpose t1t maintainsig said school and for the purpose of paying the interest on and crea ting a siuktng fund for the pay mant of said bonds Third fl That llrt a sufficiency of said levy of 50 cents on each Qrtyinand applied to the purpose of ipaying the intereston said bonds and creating a sinking fund sufficient to pay off said bonds as they mature until said bonds with their interest are fully paid off and satisfied Fourth That said election be heldat SpringfieldKypolls be open continuously from 7 oclock a m until 4 oclock p mi ofsad December 23rd 1902 Fifth Tbt tile following named poi sons who are housekeepers and taxpavers residing in said dis trict be and they are hereby ap pointed oifflcers to hold and con duct said election Polin Edelen and E Sr Mayesi Judges Albert Kimball iSheriJ and J LWbar ton Clerk Sixth That one of said Judges shall ask of jeach voter pre entinir Iftpvoteatsat481ectonpAreI of bonds to tea t mo mt of 14000 by the Trustees of the Graded Districttorsuitable school buildings urnit ure and ppa18 his fQrqthis DIe trlctlA id the Olerlrsiail record usglVlnbySeventh Thatdnenri ceof this election shall h given by written or QQIfQOttees of said District setting forth the time place and hour of said election posted at not less than six public conspicuous places in the District for not len than ten days previous to the bynotIt8in the Spring Held NEvraIiEApSlt ipsperpublished resolution shall be maie a part of said notice C J Haydon Chairman ot Board of Truttew lf0 McCbord GCWbarta TnfttHRobtrtN LHThars O S Hiiydbp Ofcj Board of TraMiK- w a McCboed G C Ybidioa I JLJ rber 1eiw1ThdIRlL Was Nearly a Century f IlistiieWasKliitMCNiityCwrt Kmse DIRe Service tt MIIiT Mills IT lAS KEN THE SCENT If rXMWSLECAL Urns One would hardiy believe thatIl the trim looking court house Jin the center of the townwhiQh t does duty as a temple of Justice for the settlement of the llegal controversies between citizen l and citizen and the citizen and t his state is nearlya century old h So well does the old structure withstand the ravages of time that tlJreCn scarcely be seen a seam or crack in its brick walls and after recently under going i a brightning up process at the cd hands of the painter it bears a cl look ctmpared with WhicftjsQme more modern structures would be called ancient I Even the figures 1840 which appear away up on the cupola over the south entrance of the building are misleading and do pot give a correct idea of its t age Tn court house was bunt on its present foundation in the year 1816 and the brick work wfcs vdone by Mr John Thomp soil the father fMr Mitchel Thompson who died hereabout ten years Ago and the grand father of Mr Nat P Thompson of this county The original court house was a square brick structure without any bell or bell tower In the year 1840 an addition was made to the building in thet shape of the cupola apd tower in which was placed the bell that EtDt has done service up to the pros day ih announcing tIe open tugs of tltie various court sessions where allye who have motions to make rind causes to plead mayI come forward that ye may be l heard I The builder of this addttion was Jessie Fox a wellknown carpenter and citizen of that day who aisoin his life served as county magistrate anS deputy sherifftThe old court house has been ii the scene of many haTd fought legalbattIsin the old days and many famous lawyers have made its walls ring wit their oratorical outbursts Among the famous attorneys who were almost regular attendants at the court here will be rememberedBen HardinJ Charles A Wickliffe and Mr j Grigsby of Bardstown Martin McHenry oft Shelbyville Phil Thompson Harrodsburg Clemj 0 Hilt andJohn Shuck of Leb anon Aaron Hardin of Greens burg and others who were famous professional men and politicians of that day ACstly Mistake Blunders are sometimes veryI expensives Occasionally life itself is the price of a mitatce but youll never be wrought you take Dr Kings New Life Pill for Dyspepsia Pfzzinese Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25o at 0 J Haydons Drug Store teporj fro i Rafwa ScktQl J G Gluck Superintendent Pruutr town W Va writes After trying all other advertised cough medicinea we have decided to use Folevs Honey and Tar exclusively the Wets Vir ginia Reform School lo1find tUb most effective and absolutely barmiest Sold by Wood Campbell AVa141Ti1 i The forecast of sudden change s in the weather Serves notice that a heavy cough and hoarse Xpice majriiwade tne sanctity of the home in your ow health Cautious people have a totnI tie of One Minute ConghCare at hand Hr Wise Madison Ga writes i am Inc1tb5to One Miantet Cough Cure for mj present good lieaUhaad probably mr life It cures Cough Colds Iagrippe BroitcnittsA Pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles Oae Minute Cough Cure cuts the phleJpil draws out the lana siatiou and heal and soOthe the cous lining an ftrengtkenft the lunge O Harmon It Ltoks Strange Thawiyona K man oafir wjho gets 15 a month and boar aiid washing with afcdrsf anJI buggy at his dIpOeS on Snad3 and many days of tHt duriC the month will leave the worV he hesrow spin and usIer ihtwcoto town ud ao I cpt a portion a clerk in tomf I t store Isalary of not more than 20i month Of this it Jeast 14 must be paid for board jli for common washing 11 for Jaundery 1fOthebarber and jhe has theJarge sum of 13 leftover at the end of the month with which to buy his Clothes tobacco etc Few get but eight or ten dollars a monthi while J learning andthere are moire today who get less than twentyfive tba there are who get that much On the farm the young man has the opportunity to trade id stock in a small way and with the little cos of his plain nothing e can at the endoftbey ari have a nice little sum saved up On the other hand if you will sbjwus one young man who has come to town and saved a cent in ayear we will show you a oz3n who have not A mer hthit said tous a few days ago he was almOstduily in receipt ot applications for positions buthe had noticed that ninety per cent of the boys who had comet town from the country always went the pace that kill and ihey would soon begin to arrive at their post of duty late in the morning with bloated f ces and bloodshot eyes Jt Boys of the country stay where you are Lawrencebnrg IT FlftMt ttlll be Bitter v Those who will persist in- closing their eyes against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption win have a long and bitter fight with4 their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T BeaU of BeaU Mist has to say Last fall my wife had every symptom of cqnsump tion She took Dr Kings New Discovery alter everything else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entire ly cured her Guaranteed by C Ji flaydon drajsgiit price 5Qc and 1 Trial bottles free Am attractive wOman t hritet p good foOd mud sunthlne with plentjpf exercise in the open air Hej form with health and beauty When with a restive habit she takes few dOses of Her bine to cleans Ker system of lmpnrtles Price 50 cents Sold by Hay don At this season of tneyear coUgh and colds itis weU to know thit Fol eye lIouy and Tar is t e greatest throat and lung reqtedvn cares quickly and prevents seJlou results from a codl Kruftera First Won Hunt The following story iis condensed from the German edition o Paul Krugersmemobrs Kruger was only fourteen years old when he shot his first lion He accompanied by his father brother and uncis were Ibeensoon sighted the lion but at the same instant the lion sighted them and charged They dismounted and separated lleaving the boy with the horses 1 crouched behind the horses Kruger saysc1witbmygun aimed at the approaching lion As he came near be crouched with the intention as it seemed to meof springing over the horses and upon me As he sprang I fired and iluckily shot him dead He fell aldst on of me0top j- Mr Krugers companions and threa others who had formed a separate lion hunting party came up The lion was a large one and his teeth were so big that one of tiM hunters knelt tmeasure him s LQngnair AMt Jar a ItMr rd IIt1 C tut very a Htde ef AtrH r U tth fallleg M a4 ItIr IN trY rlfUly n MW It IIIJMIIH lla ksgaMrs A l Ttsn AiBBlni KIM burgerIt Hair htngcr for ijgUnce tHuaItY hair lfOo- filDMdt alr vIorAYT- kislswh weiYht Ayers Hair VigoraY restores color and tthe hair grow ioi d beavyN s bSs u caCwe ws shS Is sers s4ghis s I o 0 00 Ju fuIn exafn1ntheaninias- ays l Kruger fl thoughtlessly puttmy foot on iteljjelly whereupon it utteredift lloud roar that sent Flugo over his back in trr ror The others Jaughed for every hunter knows that a dead lion will roar once if stepped on The roar is caused by jthe expulsion of the air intJ1e lungs lingo knew Jihis buthoj had been too much scared to reniember it He was very much ashamed and verY angry Hugo indeed was on the point ofihrashuigihe fnturejpresident hut was prevented by ihe others Literary Digest Deatness Cjannot be Cured By local applications as thef cannot radchjthe diseased portion iof the ear There Is only bae icmody ana tnatlsby coustltutlonal remadlev Deaf new Is caps 1JIDUgt lpectueariuxuu when It is entirely closed deafnesslstheresnltnnh ser ttc1nfamatloncan be Ukcn ac an4 this tube restored normal co Edition of barlug will be 0ostroyed prever nine cases omtpf ton arp cansed by Catarrh which la nothing but aaIaflamedt condltloi ofvth raucons msmbrane 1 Ws wlUfclve One Hundred Dollars tor any citd of DcafnMs caiuedhy CtThI that cannot be cured bt11 alls Catarrh cure Send for circulars free PJCbcneyCJS Toledo O I r j filUUUuH u ljT rytbing linth iname when lIt comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De tttOoo Chicago discovered some Tears ago bow to make a salve front Witch Hazel that Iif a specific for piles For blind bleeding itching and pro trtidiu plieB cuts bams and all kIn diseases DcWitts Salye hag no eqn f This has given rue t6nnm crony worthless counterfeits Ask or DeWittsthe genuine Cr J Htydoa r Ciijis C 1i m CHJtlHtJu Few people realise when takinr a oleYIHeiateswhTchare constipating besides being unsafe particularly to children Fdleys Honejr and Tar contains DO reandwI11aoOa pbell j New Industry Coll J P Chmn has bonglrt 80acrea of land in Kentucky river cliffs from William Condor We are told that u stijpulation of the purchase was that Mr Con dor te to remain on the place fcnil to rise red SfQxesrid hounds for which the Colonel l is to liberally compensate him As a starter Colonial Chlnn offered S eyetWalkerf250for two dogs tbat tie wanted to put on the farm but the offer was refused fie has one that he refused f500 for andhe will b turned Qver to Condor del Chinri handled over 8000 worth Of hounds the lsmoreI inIkhorthorns Herald litter tku alksitr A piece of flannel dafipaned with Chambcflaim Pain Balt aad bund ou the affected parts is better thRm a painslittheb Cillaati pat is For silO bjr Haydpu h Npty tt tsfrtrlM we have p atareit annoanclng that Elys Cream Balm Liquid is ilk the solid preparation of that admir blt remedy in that it CleAnSes and heals membrane fftC t Sd by uagal catarrh There is nfl drying or de zia TM Liquid Oream Balm is adapted to use by pa tients Mhohave trouble in inhaliue through the noSe and prefezeprayfag The prlae including spraying labels cent Sold by EWBros6 Warren St N V or by druggists Old Bloomfitld One of the first bosses built jn Bloomfield was an oddity The ructure was coffin shaped Jllieroof Wji supportecl 1oWOt a round pipcjss pt wijod Wnile the eaves were Oraaaient b r black fringe a foot diNip The tirlitmlU ia IJlooSW was erected ncd Owned by Kajbr iRussell aaiwac situated Ofi ibe1 creek ia theaZ Brow6 s buckRritb Iskop ta lschoolhouse WM lMlllcii i the rod liftireW1 GirM V undertaking 4sf 114 tb flap tkrt ehurcfc Th kpt tIberiI- s tb Iowa Wfr Msrt mu jwl Go CIattirr pll dnIegl Qts cteJatoa sct 1rin Bio8m Tbe fret thiwHliWlt in Bloo flefoi was a bif 6iictttr and ud ky ibeBaptisto Jreuiialii VrderssibavebeeDaI Iv1 7NEOLDRflIAW III I J iI11 f 1 I POWDERCAbrJiaa VhZI77TZ v ry learned man wit tM Snrti pastor Tbefir st siVvtr th N was Dudley Mason ihe fret f shoemaker was Johi Afo toy John Black was the first Black smith Edward Trayliwas tin first batter The firay p ijaieian t ere Dr Beraiss aad MxtDr T Samuel Merrifield Dr iJMWi owned the first cai acf jsiMC called it his durbfav I Wiy of the vehicle was bsp rt like dry goods box MffthaaiiM and prodqce were co Ttydi be different points by wafoiK tM Weredrawtt bysix1sosisTra elinj was dope priacijMJly by stage I Tie Bloomffelu bfftrM Itxtjr five years ago was a erttsVeafaiir oporrll t day There ipeie iossjyW leficesin those bays cpawith the present t tiaa The manners as well as tk cstsa of the country have mfctferftii J Jgreat changes M well mttjij pe ple Standard t Disease and danger Inrk4a tWyKa organ The bleed becwsMfl iJiJalit ahd thegeneral health Is mmitmluti I whenever the stoauxck se llVscfaU toperform their unctioiw ss M iatesdedHubl wllbsseuptisv- tomtch regulate the liver wss tkerprepbratioss QnirclMic i Haydon rz L 1iii utiltl This is a season of tee yssr trisisi the prudent rndfcossswife riilHi jea herfiupblv Ot ChaMbeaiI hHt r cMtlqRemedy It is certain toke aniisl before the winter is otec sad mssa ure muck more prompt aa llMlMliiBf f tory when it is k pt atlHUtt Md sfivMt 7 J u soon as the cold is cOttWMW MsA fr before it becornesccttka UtWiJitisv jJue hab t every instance a 9itrtU may be Awarded of brtaifesf edy Jreely sooa sa tit ftwt laliia 0 tion of the coW appears Tfcftftit a danger In giving it to ckikTrM Jirit 4 eoutaInSo karful eWtau kk pleasant totakeboth a4 tsaW sl 1 fdres likeit Buy It anlt ftthe best Icalway cures Te iIrQJ Rayeiqts blsasfi4ss 11P The Laicaittr dttiiltorr II- stedamlliasdsbaiamiuut ofBardsfojrn was i U ttstr- ove by fire last 5CliiUijr tJ The origin of the firs k eNws batftisnot tbowjI be trwork otis inc try Aqaantity otgvLssM COltltotcl 1 bstuE I and ihf daisiaftV wtt pro tr t aiaifliitfie ItOOOO bru Jiie1I n1 IIIt ri Wssesto1 tiks k r own cltths prOpartl aid Lwrsaes people win WM It siisrlugtodayforth psress of djultt t ftjiW wsousotsaslsmL thwstsW bst complete lo this sp t andhad a ei Jlb1sbout164bshe4spSrV it L fras 9bT ite Warekse3kMhiIT S pny awi tttarW FiaVII s rII likely that th abkllmr rlsiI F rbuiItatos Ct Mr Charles OBr1i 1 1 f1teto the Ii Js4e Jobs A sIs 0 town had abotiaa rs itIsslopsttIstiSOfIhS eTgra 9tlMtI tU dsu SaaIia nr j tnt isel lbt 9is gs1sss eN ikly to loss o Iwsssrsct 1 hs rrM abs 8 P LaIJbr otjeIreI4IO itafJi fJI lae npito f i J he M it lroeJeeot qdaUy U ort oairMrLucsstersto We aat pan elf Ju4 1 i ize fr f t lc 1 i For iacnr use in isseibseless ways a1rds snow LAnemtat is a ueIJal and a valuable rton4y Price sa4 I l 50 cents Sold by Hayden 1 II 1Sii1tiuPvIu3gIyIuIYTRUJIEirAY- p I SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE I l JllfdFIEtD KY jJi T IlKlJ4 fL i DAVISON Jrlfp f iXoxIsHxR i f liiki veq1MtiR4itioa W WMm notice 10 canto per 4 OOlftm eaaiWate and political matUr 1 i M ti jmrliM r obMmipb 4 oe atllow rae bat cash L o dUTerY ffoods p = itcts ma liberal 4 SINais aa relutieei frwpect 8 satpk eMtr M sflM Mfv S 350 JIItrOJlceni 89 DI4ttOeea lC00 4p s THURSDAY DieBHBHK 18 1M8 1X 4 jCfrcuit Judge ai WI aw aitfcoriaKLio nBOn ce the ifl I j t USHa eHihk ortkt Office of Olrc1i1lt JIttj Ute JUrvejatli Judicial f Lket ofthe counties g r i4Tayiov adWMJa1I1I 1JeMtth cUe ottlMi Dsmo i pirtlSj Wv5 t tJtt t Ot Cf rcatt Clerk fi it N Mtstcriswd ta ammonnce the n ol- U r E orMeadLaMe for the officeof Clerk c OItH WwHitaftom Circuit Court kietU UnacUon oft the Demo j rJ t pianfor the iekt Kentuckyr S tieFair r already being r tatxi jmd every farmer nd stock lifoer in the state should take an intemt in the efforts of the pro Jitersf the nterprise who arE at work sending repre solicit premijseii ivc out t6 iiinaj Tie members 0f theNat 1ionnlLw43 Stock Broders As dciaticn at the recent meeting 11it Chicago tetedtie Kentucky delation with marked courtesy iiijse the state everything jz th fcwas asked The record as pciations only gave 2000 for premiums last year but because ot the great success of the firstq t meeting has promised 000 forS w thenextfall This with the ap- W ptonriation of600b made by 1 the Slate and the money expect a from the American Jersey kS Ct1eclub will makeover 20 000 for useas premiums Louisville r O ensDorq and Lexington are each bidding for the next meet ing and the place offering the best inducements illg e f lAt Every voter hi the new ed 1scbootdistrict should fcttencithe tiS iectrng citizens to be heldat i fche court house on Saturday nijf The object of themeeC iiing is to bate a full discussion of 5tilproposition to issue bonds j for thnew public graded schOol Any citizen who does not fully the proposition or wkcijj in doubt as to how he ftondsfoa the quesbjshou1dS- byU means be onhanid get 1 all information thrtoe b d +the subjact 4t1hg is olIn to evetyb1lc free alS- fHtiityit- ei i 1Cio1 i ThBtrial of the Democratic F p1ary injunction case which i battle up at Frankfort Tuesday g bibenpotponed until January It b fojtineasypOliticianwiU have q i Vtn more weeks of ncertainty In which tpdwell jMnkGfrant widow of Gen U 4 8 Gramt died in Washington atI ripe oi Lae of 76years 0 Hih Water t zTh4Ti in the Ohio river I iil iiakinn trouble for steamboat in- iteMte IB th vicinity of Cincin afcti The entire lleetof the Ftfeptos Opal Companf was torn I looMfrom its moorings on the r JEaJHfittkj hor0 yesUrday and c w ft nwn the river Part of Ibe Jeet Was lo The flood jr tewtioe in West Tennessee andS l vHoethf4l Miwissippi S no icialiy improved Railroad iatMemphis is still de Horaliaed but the situation m Arkaaa i12 iMgrdving Nearly k a1ll the Moall vtxeams in Ken tte fai out ot tbiir bankjuindI besvTrepoctdfronfccaHtk Ktry Tay3Qwai arowed at A1aoICalIow1r tyJ 1ijJ yij jQv tjlaAlia olr Irtho les of ve 1fV 5i BassI d nntyS S LJIcssIdeI5IeN- Q aiiii i a News jFront The County I liappeninfs Amon the County Pppl Y c I V as Reported by our Correspondents = s S5jMOORESVIDLE j CHog killing is the order of the day = = C rC Corn gathering is moving on slowly i Mrs 1 M Lynch ison the sick list MrJQhnHardin of PoIfu has removed to Rardincoithty- MissMaggieWeakley returned from Louisville last Saturday Mr John Gribbens will re move above Springfield this week Dr JN Shehan reports partridges very scarce this seasonMatt Truax wentto Louisville last Friday to purchase his Xmas goods v IMr Nimrod Smith is slowly Improving How ver he iastill confined tohisbed Schoofclosed at Fairviewlast t Friday Miss Bettie Coken dolpheJ was the teacher Mrs Belle Cheatham of Polin spent last week with MrsE M Lynch of this place Mr Theo Minis sold to Clark sonCoJ99 hogs which realized him a little pyer 1109tMr Joe N Bodine visited his daughter Mrs Jennie Hbughlin near Wakefield last week Mrs Susan M Hendren of JeffersonvilleJ Jnd was callgd here by the illness of hejr father John Gammon has returned from Illinois He was relieved of about f90 at thd Union depot in Louisville Since our last Clarkson Co have shipped five car lloads of hogs and one Of cattle ttb the LOUisvillemark J ain jesrainall the time Water courses are higher than ever before inihe recollection o t1coldest inhabitant r Mr D X Humphrey has purchased the Abe Tuomas farm at 45 peracre and solAihisfarm to J M Carney for 1000 Jas Moore shipped a ear load of tobacco from Booker Mr Zack Crow also sbipped a car load of hogs from Booker willtstart to Lasmasces in the lower part of the state this week They Will go through in a buggy Hughes Beam shipped a car load of turlteysfrotXl Booker last weeK This was tierst ship ment of live turkeys ever made rom this place Sti TV ince our last there has been Bprn tothe Wife of ron sCrQme of JroaksviUe a son to the wife of George Colter a son to the wifeof Murray Shields a girl to the wife of William Ingram a son f IWILLISBURG f Miss Cora Trent of Kirkland is visitingreletiVesattbis pla- ceiPrOC 0 Gibbs was in Har rodsburg Saturday Jast pu bust ness Dr John Yates of Booker vis ited HP Steve Cplvins family last week Misses Mae Miller and Ida Birch have gone to Louisville to5spend the holidays Mrs Josephine Sutherland dIhome from Harrodsburg Mrs Rosa Hughes has returns ad home after a short stay at Lexington She was accojaipa nied by Miso Cofa Brown and children extendsinanmerryChriatmasand to ibo NEWSLEADEB and its readers in Willisburg andIprofschools at this place on last Friday with success PrQf W C Cbeatham will also close his school at Brush Grove next FrC day He has taught at that place quite a number of years The Grim Reaper of Death has again visited the Mr William Derringer and taken his compan fofj fck loving wife from him Mrs Derringer wasborh in Mer lcer county rJ ly2 1854 She wat married in 1872 Her home waa blest and made happy with owtiomrare f Shejoined the Christian church at Cor nishville early In life and Mryed her Master faithfully fa tbi tiei ftttt eth IrDanIssiiSsmwas iw wsrsibtSf I L Christian church at this place and afteran impressive serrabn preached by RevJASms her body was deposited in the- Fairviewcemetery on last Sun day evening Dec 14 We extend our sympathy to the bereaved husband and Children and poiriti them to th Comforter On Higi Blessed are the dead thaidie io theLord for henceforth they do rest from their labors and their works do follow them- rENWu3i Rev El ore of Indiana closed a very successful meeting at this iplaceErfdaynigbt e Miss Nannie Barker spent last week with her ister Mrs Jim Harmon near Mackviile Miss Pearl Fenwick visited Miss Zilpah Roe the first of the week chilIhen have returned to theic tiomo in Louisville after spending parentsltthisplace John Simms lost a very val uable horse last week r Mrs Jane Logsdon who has tteen quite ill for some time we we are glad to say is betterI One of our sporting young genjs went out calling one night last Week and struck the north pole and camp near freezing Gasburgis on a boom Three dew business houses are going tip ua Miss Annie Kelley spent last MrINick Kelley at Pleasant Grove Messrs Steve B gley and SanS fard Lpgsdbn called on their bestt girls at Maple Hil Sunday iiMr J B Trent and wife visit cat the home of Alex SlD i tl isi week rnlham Sprints 11MrIi Richard a has sold his ondthird interest id the bisp1Insrs Derringer and Robinson and bought from Mr John CIl V in a farm for 3000 and will move to our neighborhood soon 5I1 Fostei sold a calf to Mr Will Pinkston for 7Owing to the rtcent 1n3 Chap iin river has bees very high and- o Curse Our town has been v4rflush It is said by old folks that if there is much thunder in the first winter month the folowing miD ta is sure to be a bad one iff tj S saying is true wj may ex pect a bad winter as there has been much thunder the paslVwoj weeks SS SHCPARDS eN Misses Belle and Jes si Carricb ana Carrie Smith were visiting lat Mr and Mrs James E Sutli er ands SundaySMr Dick Keene and Miss Belle- S ttt spent Sunday with Miss Miry Jf Dowling Jtonzie Medley who has been sict with typhoid fever for quite a while we are glad to see is able to lie among his many friends agsinMritr Joe Ryan and Robert Whjeatly finished the the new residence for Monroe Gacil last PQ4kSEd Curt ingers creek was on a rand boom Monday also Shepards run an J other branches Wiss Carrie Smiths school closed Wednesday on Kipshin Ride Her pupijs and her many frie ids are sorry to seeher time exp reoMrs Nat ambles school also closed last Friday at the Walls schoolhouse Mr DauRyanandMss Effle Buckler of nearSt Marvs wore yisitiingi Mr Dock BlauTurd ori Sunpay I Mir Arthqr Carrico aud John 8m ru deTb1 is iv =flY ing visiti Sunday MrEot Ball r1l bought from JJ3l Ca rico seyen shoats and one ialf thepric paid fort11m wrffnil toknow MiDaidon Carrico of Leb anowasvtSiting his uncleAjJ- ders9n Garrijco at this pacekoq Sun a t I Bdrn to the wife of Sjdnejrrbs bojiir on the 18ha girt Mari Itare rtete t 4iSS M sses Kpra and Carrie Smith Julia Badgett and Maggie EarnH iC X ListttyjR Wary jBelle 1rn Cirrie9 Tieesd4 syss 1otI o everaj Lj AtL 9 cj inames are too Buraerous to mentibb here lyiis JuUa BadgfliLsp t last Monday tiTfdn Ripshin Ridg- eAIiOrhics andMalci- afowleiaiiea Mis Lilile Qr I klesSlanday Miss Lillie has lie ojute sick for the past week Mr WniBlandfordpassed our Ridge ehrpute for home after an extended visit to Skylpw It ii reported that dear old Santa will have a few plug hat s in hispack for a very tew exam plary young men of the Cecil v le vicinity Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and happy New Year I remain your correspondent A neaon For ConVcrilon Old Moses who belonged to Judge 5 of Macon Missdbefo the wnh was for many years sexton and a cevout member of the Presbyterian church says Harpers Monthly Short ly aftorthe wa the colored Methodists of the community held a rousing meet Ing In which Moses loudly professed conversion and joined the Methodist- church Some days afterward the Judge iriet him and askedsHowfl this Mose 1 hear you have joined the Methodists I thought I brought you up better than that Mose took off his hat and solemnly scratched his woolly pate as he replied Yes sir massa dats data so De Presbyterian people am a mighty fine people in 4e Presbyterian church am a mighty fine church but mossa dont you tink It am powerful dismal far a nigger LenA Pencil Experiment An ijngllsb statistician was asked howmariy words could be written with an English lead pencil and being determined to mswcr It he boughta lead pencil and SSotts Ivanhoe and proceeded to cQPY the latter word by word He wrote 95008 words and then was obliged to stop foe thp pencil had become so short that he could not use it IA Gentian statistician who board of this experiment was dissatisfied with It because all the lead In the pencil was not used on the work and tbercf orehe aIIons German novel When the pencil was so sbOrtthat he could not handle it with his fingers unattached tt holder to It and It Is said that he wrote with this one pencil 400000 words Possi bly however his pencil was longer or the lead In it was of a more durable quality Disliked EgotismSWhat the matter With you asked his wife Im fe lIng lonely was the reply Dont jtfalite this town- I donti lllse this earth What tHe objection to itJ People arc too egotistical If theres anything hate its egotism And when I see kings going about confidently and doing things wrong and diplomats try Ing all sorts of Insincere tricks with complete effrontery and lawyers seek- Ing applause for arguing on the wrong tilde of a vase and everybody display ing utter selfishness without a blush I am forced to the conviction that 1 am the only consistently high toned and moral gentleman on this globe And it rilak s meted Ipnely fS A Quaint Epitaph Here Is jon epitaph whlcbj may be read in an English churchyard attached to Leamington church Here lies the body of LadyI OLooney greatniece of Burke monly called the sublime She was Bland Passionate and Deeply nell gious also she painted in water colours and sent several pictures to the exhibi tlonBhelwas the Intimate friend of Lady Jones And of such is the king dom of Heaven He Knew y A truthful man who has just returned from abroad says he overheard the following dialogue bejwjben two liggfUger8 Said IIOh that my wife replied the other How do you tnow Youre not looking at jjjcr 1 r I dont htive to TTJO Var of Patting It Oculist rter examination of the eye Yes It IS1111 I supposed a case of choroiditla 4xsudathii aconipinlec1IIIy partial mlcrppsla metamorphopala aud chroniatopBl scotomata of singularly regular fornis Young Lady There And na said It was only a sty coming Sticky Hair Oil Tommy Inquiringly Mamma jls this ban oil fn this bottle Mamma Mercy no Thats liquid glue Tommy nonchalantly I suppose thats why cant Jet my lIlltotr c l t s s QfU e SAa Brmadgy OSWRNE OCOfWOR J S 001 bu JfcClurt o S 5 S wlf1i1out wltbIi on Taridns occasions to fall lii bye and 1 have often pictured to myseifa happy little home with a piiFrthg5pn the hearth rug but neither love nor the home nor the cat would come I had about given up the Ild a of be- Ing nnythlngdiffercnt fromwjat I am when I started on my annual fishing qieeutgldfrom London where the fishing was good the inn all that could be desired and the village free from old maids and marriageable girls I found every HE SHORT LID SLIM ANt HAD BUNDLE UNDER ills kits thing as stated and for three days I was as iappy as the fish that escaped my hook Then came something like a shadow I had noticed in a general way that the barmaid was a good looking girl but had given the matter no thought It is a barmaids business to be good looking It was only after I had got settled that I discovered this barmaid of the Oak and Jvy bad small handy small feet a graceful form a refined air was educated and alto getjicr superior to her class The Ehnd Ow came because as soon as I recog nized this barmalds uperiority I somehow felt it my duty to appreciate ItI and encourage her The idea of tailing in love with a barmaid either common 05 superior was n surf but the idea of showing my appreciation of her mental an physical traces resolved itself Into a duty 1 began my tabors at once It really was an effort on my part to flatter and compliment but I w somewhat eon soled on realizing that my work was not in valih Ethel as the young lady was named blushed In a drljghtfuI way and made no secret of tie fact that she vaS pleased She ought to have beeq I was a good looking man possessed of a lougish purse stood well with society and the world and was in every sense a fair catch Even though Ihjid not the remotest Intention of letting the affair drift beyond paternal compliments ft was her duty to be whoIbut I drove them away There were two or three counter Junipers In town who were full Of compliments but they tIed before hie In week I bad thtf field all to myself Pleqse understand me fully when I say that Jt waft purely platonIc and paternal on thy part Having found a superior barmaid In thatlittle out of the way village I felt It Iny bounden quty to eiicourage her to bette things I smiled at her across the bar nB lllft the Inn to work havoc among the flabcs broadened the smile when returned We strolled together lIn the twilight we sat together In the star light Some olks might have collrd it a cnie ot love but wo did not I had boen at the Oak and Ivy tvt weeks when one night bong unalile to sleep I arose dressed and left the Inn for a stroll Just why I was able to sleep I could not say but Itlill pure that love had nothing to da with It I had probably overflsbed durh g the day i waa leaning against n shade tree on the commons and won dering why this superior barmaid bad not married a lord or duke long be tore when a young man passed me and disappeared in the hotel ground Ho was short and slim and bad a buu die under his arm and art the hour wasvpast midnight I bad a momentary curiosity The next day I llearned that the chop of the vlllnge JJeweler bad been looted the previous night but the news did iot Interest me i Christmas Games FREESIn each pound package of LionS Colliecf m now until Christmas will be found a free game amusing andinstructive5o differentkinds GetLion Coffcfe and a Free dame mt Yoor Qroccrf t I jJ5-SW S7- r Ti 1lilwililiww wli H wJjQViIjwiil i III I t f IIII o c trMJilprnres iQur hF9te soiiiiif bleat vehicles market IfVstvIe8ilDIif i Call and make a selectiOn and b r a yf t iiiyJ II SEEDING TIMEz ttfI t g remember is near at laiid lilll fr7 f S v B havegrass seeds of all kinijsr j V ii SAA u I S make a Specialty Nortileril Seed Oats 11w iTHOMPSON GREEN- 1lt a SPRJNGFIEIIc mmmmlIm mtm 1iJfmmmm E 1 I Mrs Fred Vnrath President Count I Bentoa Harbor tl After ny first baby v born I did not stem to regain mych although the doctor gave me a toiilcvMch he consid cfgcWnbcttulgrowwuku band InSisted that fate Vine of CerduJ for a week slid a whjMt Would do for me Ididtakcthcmusndwasvcryg- rtt1uh to find my ntlh and health slowly returning In v6 tftcksl was out- of bed and in a moqth win akleto take up my ustai duties very enihuil siticinhtspiabCWineofCardnireiaccstheorgans of generation for the ieal of prep nancy and childbirth It prevents mis carriage No woman who takes Wine Cnrdui nccdfear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Wine of Cardni befor her would not have bi n weakened 8J sho was Ber rapid tccovery tbonld commend this great remedy to every expectant njother V e of Canlui regulates the menstrual flow MINE OF BDIL iiree nu ats later was again aewea with Insomnia I think the wprds cf dp5hthitt Lad employed thsupertor1Jnr MId to attract custom to bisliar an tat my attentions to her bad canned a ir nt falling oDMn recefpts I shoul inve argued the case with biqi giving iu to understand my paternal Inter it lint as ho wasrmarkably lliirent I passed him onr sovereign o make good his losses and said nbth ut It was 2 oclock in the morning when I sat at an open window to smoke tiiy pie and I had not been ruminat ing for more than a quarter of an hour then the young man I had seen thrc nights before came tljito lag along the ctrect under my wisiiv and made for the rear entrance of thy hoteL My cu rloalty was aroused but tjcre was no way of satisfying if Thr licit day I learned that a residence hind been robbed of quite a large sum cash and Jewelry by a porch climb r Qlliccrs were scurrying around after a clew but tho matter was of no noiuciit to me roe next evening as I walked with the superior barmaid In the twilight baying nIpped the landlord another sovereign to cover prospective loss bird to make my position plaliHo her and quite succeeded Indeed It really surprised me to see bow promptly she ipuspcd the Idea of my patent t position She was ihg to tnlv illJJ my good advice to h il nnti act on and she had herself to build any diatles iliii f my mark ed attentions 51f In ubcr aright I was somewhat dlajw nviitwl and chat grlfu Jnt n man j t ivill not wal low lila own phllo ojlir l1a800 busi ness to complain Four days more p c1 I continued tto be paternal tmt the barmaid continued to bescnslll Then I went out one night to spent Usb by torch IeIrapacfous that It wv lieaper to go fishing by ttorchlight TV to sit with Efliel in the starlight t the bar Ir been elcsiHl I did noJnt ri ontlfa er midnight and once lu bed I sit until 8 ocloclj tbq next morning of might have slelit nn hour longer had pot a constable nrbtwed me and placed me urtdcr ttrrest A dapper young fuse i dblocultuedas lie was making off with plunder1 nnd nftrr escaping front the officer had been tijJ to the Oak and Ivy Whim the bum constables were nroualDg the landlord and tumbling over cndl other the fugItive had somehow got clear of the house but bad left surprising clews behind The barmaid the superior Ihrmald was missing and her femal trmeuts or at least most of them hiIbecn left be hind together with nr tell of apparel ncTcr worn save by the male sex la fact After several hours of study and the constables had dt cidqd that Ethel was a young naa in disguise If not she had assumed a full unit of male attlreUt night aue stole tort to plunder In her baste enougb of that plunder had been left behind to CMVict br Was it set perfectly natural that y paternal aadp3Mot attltwfi toward tMor boy cini si to be MLiiIkirpil 1 of It jIjIt ndIi itkiIwforam- onth red 7IIIIf t 1 imnI we can afFord to sell closel is i fiull of ti4atlit nit t n the D You must fji We of I babycsune- she t considerably notIeiltid I investigation qt OEMENT4 At Lowest Prices ci f Ji dUckj LU MBELRnDi t qnESSEDLUMBEBC SASH and DOORS LATHS and SHINi3tE- sCONTliACTIrT Anything the building line at theSRRlH C- FELDLJ3ij v OAILAD6ET PRIC PSi i 2 tInine Juag ana bougntrnj the Jury stUd that I10UJbt to havq reefrlyed a lire years dose at the yeryleast Ant to the superior barmaid was sbe mqle or female Do not ask we r feressfed her lips held her hand and stroked her hair as we sauntered In the dusk of evening all in a paternal way and when I reflectf that she ralghVliaW at1oDislast through with the easel I vote- dmyseIta tool lad perhaps It is test nonLscore Leraitet1 kThere ii kjgeclalrbreed f fowLla Jnpnn with taUvaryihoaiten to tWelve feet in length Thi breed js about a century old and the extraor dinary d ve pmQ1 tot the tali was doe to the action of a Japanese prince lila crest was a feather tad he offered an annual prize to the subject wbctiouM bring the longest feather plucked fton an ordinary fowl As a result the pe6r pie began to aelectbirds and cross breed them and in time the Immense length offwely feetviis attained 4 The tall feathers grow at U esateffrom lour to seven inches a month ind continue at this rate for two years After tbattperml tlieyt Increase Yery slightly although then iIs really an- lncreazeta length so Jong as the bird liTcs which is usually elght or ter ajldayI j ftbohttOncewalk for half an lout attended jbya ma who holds up the tail so that the feather shall ml bo soiled or Injured ulall1Wubedtkesoot fnh1ittthat the feathers may thtrtitwdutlDgthesumln are hatched by other birds tONDONS GREAT CLOCKS iTke XmmeB Ur of BIBea d ISis Law Cenrta Timepiece How mans of those who look up at the smootNelBon will believe that- the statue of our greatest sIUrIh thre4 times as flU as a Jiving man- Notklngin the world fa so deceptive distance as a run round London will a footrihe wpu d show Nobody re far as one knows has ever yet been found to UlIovc that Big Ben Is over seven yia Across the IIaU that tlu hands uis together twentyfive fee r long that the minute hand Juuipy jsjirRn inches evcry time ft niovesi tljiil the five mluutv RimcvK measure uenrl two yards and that eachottlse dlnlf weights four tons You may spend j day stnrj hard nt St Pnnli befort cuWiUt inKeve that the ball over tIle dome will JoTa twrlvenicn aail that Ull rnq nioe Is l n1ntcItt liLh ifpynnjR atove the dome stud wejphl aIon ttlha bait eta tnntmln firii Htt iln uviernl Pi lire nil that 3r h fdda lie co nviuf that these thlngi Jiw not what they se5tn lrfcry ore knov how impowible Ifcitt to ft i stance Of ntJ1JI1 at scu 01 n fitcVon a 4trtriititht whets tic ear tilirt chtht ILjit with tht surrpundinA darkneivsc brings the vision ncur though tp flre may be miles away Who of the thousands pnsteln along the MRajid today will bellevt that n party of workmen breakfasted ithe law conrilock before It flied In Its place fJcl Loij4 the wrong tlmeStJauwiIette Statis of lh vewsfrijrahek1w Here la 8 little oI4 rfgliVfro boulder talk about Hia tees lylnf isest- ta etiriteart Titer ma to be a feel kig amoa baziliteus that a MW p ka no tual to make money eJt M MI rE 4 1fi f w cio f Ifl2ddtOyO- euct nwua rebyw- tt S r UyCGAQ YMit1- J1t them Nraly 100 psi- eern I Uet fr J llI a pasrS4 pkMi Ii oj1 J CUNNINGHAM F iV UNeA1 0c Ir1f ir It naNiaunu wuu attX ct6mnmnIty all tojhrt ttrI1JrtMJutJdrut nipiilhas iK wjr aad theLPIISI W crctlifc of liurtmlii r huss alwsjs4n- wielded for tf P5iC iMf ftfa nnnof Vital couccra ii t e W Crails to find 1 stroiiait tie homeuewa11X r P4 thi lie wlb 7 nimunerntlon Tim puNakwrnjila money far fJ ttUet tkiit m fttik end tOt vdramttnlt menr ilfff t MhoUKhr tl iitiiiktifr e CSItk j ltIs not Itsd oUt Of t News1aiptedulst J qt i Sae1i = J H The gfjabtt cif svenrni iti tthv Tort tJf n maehrabeq lof most of the lowJlly Wet li Ishaullst once rQTiZ t114iilThtkMI 1 1 irlty of Santo DomIng V 5 f ir i caneeri beaded Lrtl ure Th oas Cnvindlsh hail Jiiiil iI Ibe 1to1 away fit trcniHWi ttkffJMIIV V could audftIuU setnelI tflt b5tsfortb5tltt1 wisveS As tbey iipttxcbed t laM fMPi crer rowing with w hMl inini were IrtIT IJpr a4 site niibcr W Ifiti woods rliichi Trlngd JtIJiti tlijcJ1elrtis41 is tJidBC tlMt tllfl ter spsrnacji httrd tkelr ip wS I 11qt1IIMo rr Ose a i nprsss f t b t 41iforawoeletkhepSItTin dixuined prwM t t ttM T I fate looked at her with itfciiBii +JIWb alxemUU 5te U many people at r 4 AN wseatth k It 7 7 7 W I w r THEj iw NEWSLEADER T lfBliTOll PI1DUIT DENT1T EXTRACTED T p tN J HJj aIo p EINGP1XJDX- Ta w onJW Work Strictly FfrtcIM J HlitJJAMTONJ orricilJIt Opwi JilMMO t t li- 7 Sr LlIOOwp iJIQI IY t1cxA c r Jth Hirt for tiI rtPop DjQiit- kc 00 bbiirs 12 so p j W FJ Q1QSB t ATTORNEYATLAW2a 1iF1zw zr- y TlMM MM W M Mt 4lMt ill tkH JMVItlo 4 I astr- d Me wu th tPeiix2- g i ir4br etL wII t CdNtd eIt ee81 7 tW abotetw- P4I not eomptete thoogh btaek ktti twltlIu la Wutht th ar1a Is a nC r wr 1 TutiN K kli4 et IsN1VEdred 3t1zeiti ttcJiIHrkl New JIs 4 N4S thi bst usrrow la Il 4vbi4 thr- bd wIk IM JaIeiI wH tlteY fer tor a Mat to Ma graTe aaJttve vdI tft jwtfaw pla M ettlle beafc were N4 i i1it AaIIcatlet7 ArR 1 MJ tysKAtm4 Ja M et the park r w r Mffai MM ihtt Ute place f 4q tat M iitIm e Iss 9Cir art y ffttkif ea wkh the a a s peI eWat t Ter7 irtit was the aanrw hers jifty I Mnr 1is It Ja = iruthe 4f J9i111r f t ANrIea4aaRt 4y Jeuf Mh MM the Geor t y C4 rky wjnH1a fir a marriag- eS ICe 4 ekIentT ySmirrlmft Neeww aa4 divorce toe f Sc MT 0 MTei Bk I beep atrnlylu bout fit 1 s r4 I 1sid dat er I otS eettMr d d C8fRechraper CeMItiU fSbMatXJharity Sear Mid jruoug Blw etkiiHi wII twoIee- 4 MTectJILble pWMt I I er IQe plwtr-S i 9Uag jnmmej ad losing tt i fJtH KMiyt rsiyWaihbgtoa rfo JIwak Af i t1ItIk1K ot thie Mew fI HPrhy they aint got po et ieeiparte and the J we lii ipte New Yerk has two hh I 5Ci TaI tiMda pMiy be atated under KMtea tlut tlnrj ere truths butlytaf 7 i aiwradwiMd b1 tke tateatlpn to4t4 IyL v rt TItLwek7x Ia the Cm r r lia yeo TOMaaber Miss May tbe ciiirVwMMd Kk a bad disposition f Wej ahek arrleL 1aIIeed Wt ktHh clc1anrIML A17 Why iitHkpdlacaried f Sjest Mi That te irhy I My be to 1sk7Ch1L1go JW i i lftetlye b4fs 1140ckfe TljZ utLer Wrong feeding is 1t1 RhtJ dingi is profit t TJifriijrtc itefaimer knows fi oeed Ms cows to get tfi i iort milk his pip to get j v3fe raQit y khs hens t- otMqt Sfv C ljt eggs Science L fethow abotitthe children 45Aj iethey fed according to lM M CC fa bone lood if bones v lu solt arid undeveloped 4uckfoodiitheyI T I r J I Iii fe is nerei Seotti Emukiowk a mixedI lrt lie Cod liver Oilirut Y r r mfiJk Wood and muscle tW tiiM acl S xU Mtlce bone t i as cilr I the standard 1 Ld e1icat chBdren sM hr nW t4I I E= = ScoUBownt t=CHEMISTS 499 PsidL H Ir TOWNI WI li 4 ijiiiilli 1TMFrMhit1 All Alwit Y ur irf FrIends- Acqva4uitaaces r Dollfjof4Vall kinds at Cnrrys Gooisiebthyfor Holidajr J goodsV JFireworks at Wharton Tapp 1V l Stylish furs at cheapest prices at Manffields Afnll line of fruit nuts ands candy at Cuiryj VvDot mjss the dreso gdS sale Maraflelds j Bananas Orarisr 8Lemoris ttJohn 0 Spaders dRabbit8tatOW Prunes 5c IQc and 15c per Ib at John 0 Shaders Fresh cranberries and celery at C W Hagans at all times Buy your Xmas candies nuts and fruits at John G Shaders Fresh frait and fine assort ment atC HerilemSr confection try A Urge assprtmeat of souve nir dlina at Currys Call and see it JIfyham you can find It at CTHag n A nice hue of canned goods at rockbottom pric at John C1 ShadersV TV atekindsW Hagan v A nice line of toys for the jotiiig folks at Wharton Tapp May s Saltrising rye bread bakers bread and trolls at C Hertleins Always irdsh Sacrifice prices to raise money Very tempting to pocket loois- at Mansfields Anything from a nittnignesdle to a buzz saw bought and sold by C W Hag n C W Hag n IB headquarte for all kinds of fresh grdcericrs His tockbr complete e JLadies take your produce toii OW Hagan and get the highest price in cash or groceries More money than goods Therefore it wiirpay ou to take your produce to C W Hagan Boys dont forget to take your game toO W Hagax He will pay you more than anyone else Cash if preferredj Dpnt forget to call on 0 WI Hagan for anything you may need infanCyV groceries His stock is complete t It anytime you want some thing good to eat call O W Hagan at phone No 58 and you can always get it The holidays are here so remember C W Hagan will haveIl a large supply of holiday goods Ir and his prices ire right I Why pass us by We will save you m oneYifro1JWiHgiveusal eeliVV CW HaganV Why go elsowhere and pay mote money for goods A trial proves I ask no more- flHagan Well if ton want something nice in the fruit and candy line you can always find it at C W Hagans Watch his window dis play j asl1dont fail to call and see G W Hagans stock Gosh boys hey are cheap Boys remember G W Hagar when you get ra4yfQ1a nice basket of fruit You can almost buy them at your oyn price Quick sales and mal profits isniymottoV 0 M W lman Son Xiead lug Jewelers f Louisville have jast gottea out a new catalogue- nbracing1 eTerything in thtj Jewelry line If you want ahand 1artkle uikible tor Chri tm pre nt at mo ttoaaon able price write for s catalogue 111 w rLutavfllef jOQij0 tt y 1 Try lox of those fine chdco Tates at John 0 Shaders Finest N 0 Molasses mad for sale YJ9hnOShaderJ Fresh Oysters fromBaltmore andcalJrom lacelery Joseph AShaqrs Ladiek missesnd childrens tb be closed out below aluoaMansfieldsV For the finest and best cakesaj IttoIt aVV+ ther warm drinks served at all ours a4 r Hertleins soda fountain oftOjfet to 85 cents C W Hagan To close out Balance of stock of clocks skirts apd millinery goods See bargains offered at Mansfiellds f Go toi the new grocery of Wbartpii T ppforfresh candies and fruit of all kinds foj Christmasc i For good rich homemade black cakes call at Hertl ins hey are better than you can at home and cheaper yOur line of staple and faricy groceries is strictly good land fresh Try us- Vhartonf Tapp Mayes I Hand le ther s PloWs and ther ceisbrated brands of can ies Something extranice on hand especially for the holida trade O Hertlein Mr Dennis Dillon who was born and reared in this county i died at bs home about two miles from Lebanon on last Frday He bad inany friends and acIquaintan es in this county There will be services at the Baptiqt hnrch on next Sunday morning and evening Rev Douglass of Louisville will preach and all members are urged to attendIFor a phriRtmas gift to my be1ginthe mon h give 20 pounds ofjj standard granulated isugar for 100 cash Not more than 200 worth sold teach customer for this is lles sthan coa C W Hagan There will be an entertainment giv n at the Opera House by the pupils of the Washington Collej5ate Institute on Fri day the 19th of December A smail ad mission of10 and 15 cents will be charged topay the expenses Tickets on sale at usual pli LOSTA ladies black pocketbook containing about two do- laIsand1o8iJY r rings and a to have Springfield on Wednesday Dec 10 Reward if returned to- W F Grigsby There will bean entertain eniDgllDec23 the benefit of the Pleasant Grove church ana theV entertainment promises obe a good one A d mission only 25 cents The re voir of the water works is f her no v than at anytime since it vns built being within ahiiit four feet of the top of Jhe dam During the heavy rain Monday tlO water was al lowed to escape from the 18inch escape valive so as to prvent the possjbifltyj of un overflow Rev Tptoi DD of Philadelphia ot e yf the most eminent divines 0 tho A M El Zion church will deliver a C the court house here subjectI Tuesday evening his Negosfriend l mission ci ly 10 cents jj The family of Mr William Derringer a prominent farmer of the Val ey Hill Neighborhood hs been i adly afflicted Oh Jast Saturday Mrs Derringer died afteran U ness o everal weeka and at th4 same time Mr Dr rinjer ani his three soai w iaJi jin W Nri1thtypboid fcyw l ir t The btj aii of tbe i m- IL Hi ORQ DENrJtS 7OFMC RofKiUKT Buiio rmanently llocated SPRINGFIELD KY throughout the county and con siderable damage was done by tha washing of land along the valley The high water alsq swept avay fences and small bridges in many places and wheat fields in the bottoms were badly damaged Mrs Lena Bailey wife of John D Bailey formerly of this place died at her home in Louisville on Sunday afteta long illness The deceased was wellknown in this county where she was born nd reared she being the daugh er of th0latelfr Joe Moffett of his county About five years o she moved to Louisville with her husband to liye The remains were buried in that city Aniraportantfreal estate deall transpired last Saturday when the large brick building at the corner of Main and Main Cross streets changed hands Messrs Jno 0 Shader and J J McCabe purchased the property of W 0 McChord Ohas S and John S McElroy The consideration was 5000 The building is considered desirable propertyarid generally brings in a good in ome from rentals LATE AamvLsAt the home of Mr and Mrs A 0 Kimball on the 12th inst a aughterV Born to Mr and Mrs Hugh Stiles a daughter t Born to Mr and Mrs Sidney Osbourne a daughter At the home of Mr and Mrs J Irvine Wimsatt on Tuesday December 16th a daughter There will be a publicmeeting- at the court r otise on Saturday night for the purpose of discuss ing the proposed school bond issue The meeting wi 1 be open disItrict who desires to be heard on the subject will be given an op portunty to express his view The plans f r using the bonds as laid out in th election call pub lished elsewhere in this paper will be fully explained by mem bert of the school board and others Every voter of the district should attend the meeting ThompsonLipar If Mr Walter rhompson and Miss May Lear both wellknown and popular yoking people of the county were harried at tile Christian church at Mackville on last evening Rev Couch officiating The jbride is a daughter of Mr William Lear a prosperous farmer of tha Mackville neiehborhoad and on account of many charms of parson and character has many admirers and friends Mr Thompson i a is son of M r J Will Thompson and is an industrious and pop ulur young man They will reside for the present at the home of the grooms parents in the Pleasant Gaore neighborhood Notice tO Creditors I All persons having claims against the estate of Mag P Thompson deceased may receive a settlement of jsame by preent leg said claims properly proven tome before January 1st 1908 N P THOMPSOM Administrator NAL lEGreen WllIn tonlrrillt tfaUweek ldrs Ifred Hapm went to Lebanon tyesterday 3 t Mrs JiL Allan went to Louisville this mornngii MraC McChord went to Louis s dvll1eVyiedayV t Miss Rose Cleaver of Lebanon is visiting friends here this week Miss Lillie Colvin of Bardstown isj visiting Mrs Dudley Tapp this week Miss Jennie Clavbrooke has returned from a visit to friends taL yj1leb o Mrs J B BoBarde has returned from a visit to her parenti in Mercer county 3lndgeCparle Patteaon was here the flwtof the week shaking hands wIth friendsSMrs William Daisy of Lebanon Isc the guelt of her sister Mr C WhNoe this week Miaa Fannie Simma has returned from Richmond where she has been spending the summer Mr Ben Simma of the Hardina Greek neighborhood baa gone on a yfclt to blsBon iin TeD Oscar Curry returned yesterday from a visIt to Louisville Her extpects to tart out on the road in a few days in the interest of a LouuJ yille firm I Will McElroy has taken tile place of Palmer MoElroy as book keeper for Robertson Bros while Will Wharton goes to the disk at the store ofI Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Mr and Mre Palmer G McElroy ieft yesterday for Fresno California wher6 Pajmer has a lucrative position as bookkeeper for a large corpora tion Their many friends here wish them success In their new home FUBMCSAbB I will on SaturdayDec 27 1902 at my residence nearMackville on the Spingfieldturnpikeroffer for saletohigbest bidder my household and kitchen furniture and farming implements consisting of plows harrows one cultiva tor 1 Deering mower I binder one hay rake one corn sheller 1 buggy a lot of hay in the stack three nice heifers one Jersey cows and calf and many other things too numerous to mention Sate begins atone oclock Terms made known on day of sale t T J Niix Notice to Horsemen- ft E Dodd the horseman ofr Wilmore will be in SpringfieldIIA next Monday to buy horses He will be found at Wharton andi Tapps livery stable Notice 6 All of my books and accountc have been placed in the 0 R H Mullican All persons in debted tomet will please settle with him x OSCAR L CURRY High Water In Nelson Nut since the great overflow of 1854 has the water in the Beech Fork river been so highs it was early this morning when it was reported to be with in three rocks about four and a half feet of the bridge on the New Haven pike Great dame has been done by unusually high water all along the course of this stream to fencing and a large amount of provender su h as hay and fodder has bAa de stroyed The situation along the Rolling Fork river is even more distressing than along the Beech Fork At New Haven it has b en our of its bmks and all travel on the pike beyond that place has been stopped as the water was crossing tne pika I J I SnitaMo Xinas Presents I 1 Smoking Jae1etsV I L UmbrellasV Silk Handkerchiefsit I Slippers L- Chajtelam h Bags j j ji1t m Silver No elties I f 7 Fine eckiear i o Suspend rS BEAUTmiL RUGS J41 I and many other ttsfeful Articles iwon display at i SPRlWFIELDl i EiDM JTQRR jjrjjjjjrijiwajjjj both ends of the bridge Con siderable damage is said to have been done ta the farms along tbe river All the smaller streams throrighoutvtbe county also ift heirbanks and swe everything J before them In the neighbori j ing counties there has been con- iderablymorO damage reported than iuthis county Nelson Record ST iThonsui Dollars loitli ofGodsf A H Thames a well known coal- perator of Buffalo writesur hate een aliectd with bladder and kidney trouble for vean pasting grovel or atodea with excruciating oain I got relief from raepiciues until I began to lake Foley Kidney Cure and then the esnitMas surprising A few dose- startd the brick dust like fine stones and now I have no pain across my he4 and I seal like a new man asdono 1000 worth of vood sold by Wood Campbell SmallPoxcpTheresmallpox in the family of Thompson Broyles near Mitch ellsburg His whole family in eluding himself and wife are at backed with the loathsome malady so the information comes from a reliable source Small pox is becoming so mild in form that the people do not seem to fear it as much as an ordinary S case of mumps Danville Advocate Notce All persons indebted to me by note will find their notes at the Peoples peposit Bank for ejec tion and they will confer a favor by settling same when due 8 M KUBRICK rolld Agarii So hissed the villain The heroine faced hfm grandly The calcium light sputtered delightedly over the scene causing her jewels to gUtter Ute the eye of a press agent So growled the villain Here the heroine kicked her train around in front of her and the hand painted flowers on the back breadth came Into full view Bravely she clutched the will In her lily white fln Bers Sol hoaraly muttered the villain With the rlr of a queen the h rolneI turned upon him Why do you say Sor so often T she tasted Do you tbJnkyou can cow mel Realizing thnt he was baffled for tile last time In thnt net HIP villain rolled nhitlicr Ipnrptt and left the Stagf with a trile et 1d Judge TEMPTED HEATE- r Story of Helarlck Reins II II Toothabme Lyoaa Sansace Returning from a Journey to the south of France Heinrich Heine met a friend a German violinist in Lyons who gave him a large sausage that had been made in Lyons with the request to deliver It to a mutual acquaintance- a homeopathic physician in Paris 9Heine promised to attend to the com mission and intrusted the delicacy the care of his wife who was travel ing with him But as the post chaise was very slow and he soon became very hungry on the advice of hiswifo both tasted of the sausage which dwindled with every mile Arriving at Paris Heine did not daro to send the remainder to the physician and yet he Wished tot keep his promise So he cut off the thinnest possible slice with his razor wrapped it in sheet of vellum paper and inclosed I In an envelope with tile following DotOrPrOm your scientific in Yestlgatlons we leant that the millionth put of a certain substance brines about the greatest results I beg therefore your kind acceptance of the accompany lug millionth part ot a Lyons usage which our friend gave me to deliver to you If homeopathy is a truth then this titUs piece will have the same effect on you aa the whole sausage Tour HEINRICH HEINE UghetU With Physicians and Cli eats The Talsrar Voice What constitutes the ar voice In an article in the London Spectator a writer concludes that this evidence of volgarky springs like almost all vul garity however displayed chiefly from two causes an undue love of conspicu ousness and aa undue fear of the same The person whose chief aim fa to keep himself or herself in the eye 1ot the world rarely makes a remark without desiring that It shall reach ihe ears of others besides the one directly addressed and here the peculiarly false sound of the voice Is attributed to the absence ot singleness of motive 0 the other band thewavorlng tone and affected accent of tho timid vulgar are ascribed to another form of insincerity namely the wish to imitate others with whom one happens to be when they are of a supposedly higher social standing The attempt is sure to taU and the result only in the suppression own 1lI Ih tie manner Thus sincerity paramount in all art is basic in breeding aIi well f arblcb is the art of life Bel Waaat Oa esTirav uncle aeorgeeu are always com j abouVlour wifai bad temper jKjoq knew Ittakes twot9 mtkt a lJ aoarreL jfarryU this case the twG are sJ1 Iand otheeeit a rWif oie 7T1IIat attfond iUtlUCI m the salk iiifba1kiwtL Wve GYR thI apaa- ud i04 Iel1O Mt a hqwIsIIakL shes gOLH1t9 ill sAiir14ee Tr1bas Nasal CATAIR1I 1g1hi Mere theN wMi1 f P W I I I1sthaIIV v CHRISTMAS PBESESTS jx For Boys Girls Menand Women the latest Noveltiesl the Cutest Toys the great est variety and thc lowest prices CoME AND SEE THEMr3 11 JJ fjona fewzBeautifuI Toilet and r r Manicure Sets Candelabras Mirrors in t latest designs the loveliest shell ornaments Bisque prnamentB Dolls Trains Block Mechanical Toys x Skates J Wagons tAir r = iGuns Toy Furniture Exquisite Perfumes rJn Boxes and China Designs Pficetfare i Bockbottom O NFEOTXONS AND FRUiTS We wjir have all The market affords at prices that will surely catch you We havtt a npleb line of small deliciouss cakes 41 you want large cakes any kind baked 1eaS me orders Buy from r e yoir Bananas Oranges mixedl Nuts1Figs and Bajsins F nYQur sweethearts we have them put up in fancy sltsJJNow cgiv4 me your patronage and I will show my appreciation In the proper way JOSEPH A SHADER iW BOOEKB Prest J HWILOON y Pros R OWBK Cocmxixio AT l Hwne Tobacol Warehouse te INCORPORATED NOT IN THE COMBINE Auction Sales Day 4 Months Sltoragi Free- RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE COJlltE8P6CENOE CHICITIt f 024020020 w MAIN TRI =rMark Year Kog lieaasvHomeHouaef LOUKVILEE KY i- SAM SULLIVAN GENERAL AGENT lfmw 4 Invite Your IInspection of OUR IMMENSE STOCK 1 j We caU your especial attentiontoTJ iftour great varity 6i Dress Goods M 54inch all wopl checs at 40c r w 158inch all wool figured blk goods 40P ffi M 38inch all W9ol veflitians blk aiidta and colors 50c E- g 38inch aRwoi Zibalines black antiwIt f fa colors 60c X J rjj 38rncha1lwoQlbharkSkm5Qc m x 56inch Meltoiis blk1Ind cQloW1Q m- 8r 7 I 0 v VRs- W 52inch Wool Oordnioys fl50 52 all black 7andw 54inch Snow Flake KnicKerbocker t12p4 52inch Pebble Cheviots bIk only ffc A great yariety of Waist Cloth wiit 12ic to Sl25 per yard 100 peices Outiags 5c to fte 3t 50 peices Mannelfetts 7jc to 2J f Largest stock of Mens and Womens UnderwearVafJ Furnishing QqcIs tfor F LL Nb INTSR ev rshQWnJnpriogfj ld Our 8tck 1 of small notions is complete See our new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist j Sets BeItPins etal Chatelainl Bass Beaded Chatelain Bags Cushion 4f Covers etcVll WestillIeadihfine Shoes With Jtrtnt nlnt for men and Draw Selby Co Shoes for Women and Star Shoe CotShoes for Children IIf yofy have never seen theircall and see them p 6fCloaksr 34 Jackets etc v i i VENtS AND BOYS SUITS J AM OTLKftTS 4 Mens all ywol Suifs 5 c MenS Prince Charles Overcoats 56 fYouths Wool Suits Youth Raflmn O verco tor Childrens Wool three piece Suits3 j OhUdretts1 Wool two piece Suits a J Children s Vester Suits 150 J Special Bmtgains 111 Wfetis Coats arid Vists an- drwadelc Pants j Wt still boast of our OARPETan RUGP JP HOLSTERY DEPARTMENT If o1l111HC1MjtW k p W this line dont fail Jto visit p We are giving the Blif Rebate Slappi Vs to ciii F Doat fail to call for foe Ty r yais- biduuuiugha1lliDuBMfl j 7 w r c i JTHE NENSiJeAC R I 4t sswintiIcrt Tk4 announcement that Mr I John Barrett npw Minister to I loi wi11tCcI Mr Buck as 7 c tJaftflliass CCaSiOn mwk kJ rable criticism and it bur teen evident that Mr Bar 1 vV 1 pfaeie ol usfef ulneasjwill be circumscribed by the lack of j Mp ctia Vrhich he is held by 1ibVCtiii e ovesnment It is not treihis been stated that tbfe Japneie Minister has flIed aItprotest with Secretary Hay nor Wit lively that he will do so but ThIct stesitiveover the appoint menL According the custom of diplomacy the United States Ihpuld setid as her represents 1 tiveto Japan a man pf equal calibre with the Japaneserepre ntative in Washington and J that Mr Barrett is not believed to be He has in the past ex inbibitedt ilism and a disposition to act the F Iwhich have not recommended Hm to the favbrof the JpDeOm1 the other hand the Presi dsnt is saId to have Seriously of fended Senator Hanna by the aptpointnwnt Minister Buck waRy vpppinted at the request of the Ohio Senator and his successor 1 it is claimed should have been nominated byMr Hanna When i Senator Hanna learned that Mr hied Mr Roosevelt to consider Mr i Lloyd 0 Griscom ut the Presi dent replied that Mr Bucks suc c peisor was alreadychosen Mr Griscbm is now Minister to Pertsia and his promotion to the more important diplomatic post j 1 would do no violation to the bt+ irt fbasedonmerit f4 tt f The President has recently rit besnbrought face to face with j tha southern republican situa tionby the case cf S S Vick candidate for the postmastership at Wilson N O Mr Vick is a r colored man and is oppssed by Senator Pritchard because of his f ppposition to Senator Pritchards organization Jn that state Mr iyick s ys that he opposed the 1 J rSenators organization because J lt had for its end the elimination i of the colored citizen as a per jii rJJti9a1Iactor in thojstate The President has said that in ncliinstance would he regard mers f olbr as a bar to offi eholqing tand the Senator has made the r Jadditional charge UbatyVick iig ofiFJIS9Iade in tire case of every lorlii l ijijofflceholdegin the Southern t SStiites The President still has I tile matter under advisetaeh t Ji andthe outcome is looned fort interestt i t An important ruinor has its source at the White House It L1Jstothe affect thSt Governor i pkftofthe Phlippines is to be l v nominated to succeed Mr JusticeIC Shirts on the Sup emeBench it i eingbertam that Mr SMrast t iWill retire in the near future It r is anticipated that the appoint ment will take place before tht1 tndof the present session pif a Congress It is also said that Vice President Wright will be promised to the head of the Phil rippine Commission and that W iiIof American Republics and A W Ferguson secretary to the Phil L jppineQommissidni willbe added t Ixi the ccmmissioD trio latter tol jsucceed Prof Dean Worcester t4 1 1 friHovloejfwill it tate the manto fill the aadciivji does not stop the leak To attempt to nourish the 1xXJywhenthej omacli1a g to fill the iwith the 4blL When Hi iteMMch aad ethsr destive sid mrtriflve or tanaredUs 5stheteisa1t beg oil i uttrit1o li k te Sttke bbdy f sskIniooththe ed eaten is MT beit Is ot lafrxUd nod aa llatetL DC Tfcnseg Madical cure of the atoaack aad ter orgaaa of fe k an- dnxtitii It i sfjith leaks b5 iIkh ntri 1oitand e the uqi 01 me body by the nilr I t ariid from food The pin I t wo thecurerThp 7 o I ws tkee skk with w 5oUsd rvouusis and L Wiv Pss IdeIUOSaa K e e e1eosaIsbet I ocd u etteeu a IlUle a 0 isI Vthoat riagsetrely I a itstd tr5tralb 7 34r I KadalDyspepsia IIst Diaesff what yon tat thedJt 1o SiodDeTerfaUatoCUeM foodyoaw BCThe most sensitive toBMchs can take It By Its use many IboaMBdc of dyspeptics have been cored t siTeatsfOrrnat1onofgason UngDIet1B iiithlpU1HIt1Ie yMPzeMrecI oalr by E a DWrOo Oklcatt e bettM muim tteM Mi whose resignation is expected soon It is further known that should a vacancy occur in theiChinese mission Mr Rockbill would be the Presidents choice for that important position One of the bitterest fights the Senate has known for years was itiated YEsterday when the Om nibus Territorial bill was called up Ever since the report of Senator Beyeridges committee w 1asIt cpmmittd3 rooms have been the scenes ofpassages at arms and now the contest is transferred tcphe floor of the Senate As epublicansarc fighting repub li cans icis a case of which Greek meets Greek Senator Quay is leading the 6ghtfor the bill as passed by the House fand haslet is intentioni to bl 1alf llejjis l until the Territorial bill is acted upon be known Com mercialism is legislation1is the favorl eterUlof Opprobrium with which tie opponents assail he bill and the Senator from Pennsylvania They allege profit to Senator Penrpses rother wboowns the majority Of the stock in an Arizona jnine and the Senator is himself accus ed of being interested in railroad properties which wojuld be enhanced iin value b the passage of the bill Senators Hanna and Beveridga claim that the bill should be considered in caucus but Senator Quay protests that a caucus has no right to repudi ate pledges made in a rep bli c fianuoii HC+ boytadcroup iud only gojteUcfj after taking F oleys Honey and Tar He tdtlIatithe life of ray boy Refuse substitutes Sold bv Wood Campithbel1 Th6y Killed thiBPanther1 People living in the Wapd avzn neighborhood Were Surihgj the autumn much excited by the preseace of what was supposedi to be a savage wild animal jn their midst Some who claimed to have seen the animal said it was a panther and se veral Ian Iies stopped their children rom going to school for fear they would bs eaten up4swent about with great caution after nightfall and the beast was onyelsatjonOn1focca Many depredations were llaidp tp tle ariiniars credit and e situation was becoming alarming when aW2ek ago Jae Ambrose and Henson Hays the later colored determined tto put an end to the so called pantheidArming themselves calling together their pack of dogs they entered the wcods and fit was not long before they tr ed the bea3 Approaching with i panjherJthlII tree They immediately emptied the contents of their guns into the aurmal and it fell tot le ground dead Elated with theli success Ambrose and Hays rush ed to the spot and found their panther to be a large sizftd toniTcat tnat had been turn ed jadrift by some movlngfamly Sjnce the death kpf the cat everything in the ceighbojho hjs regained its former equilibrium and it would take a man considerable nerve to men tion wildcat or panther in a crowd of Poplar Flat citizens tan dard Telephone Rates at beb anoi tli Mr Hal of Louisville jirepI resentative of the T l Company was befora thPhoII eJularmeetingot1Tuesday dinance be passed id sell them v franchise mth the privilege of i i I rreldercerr 2 150pprl bu 0 tbandffjofe 150 lILI ffMCOIIIpaIlV tlICOj a ftsachle i Tti coiaii v IaiwbekH ujwicr i t shas peen conducted here r pesbaisandl range ihat they would conduct It e business so long aia loss withouti an effort to correctt the error However the matter vas Ir terred totthe Board of Public fety to investigate and report 01 special rneotingjon December 19 Perhaps t ItttI IrowneV bjectFalcon A kidney or bladder trouble can al iys be cured by using Foleys Kid ycure in tithe1So1dby Wood mpbelL 1 iFE IN THE NORTHWEST If you b Jan y idetof hang iitg your location Ko into the E orthwest where life is worth living It is the coming empire oMhis Country Climate and elevation ea found 1p great varIety and jIt nd will never be as low priced ForhrmingEr raising and grreitig no f ortion of Our Country equals it I tigatibn makes the farmer in dependent where irrigation i irrigableprtsttana and Washington The ii wlls cd cities are all growiraS rpdlYlntnc North wesi Let me know Vh4tyou wan aid we will try to help you There are all soris of places and NorlhwestrhRtates Northern Pacific runs Donet B1tuntil gQL in e tect during September andI whCreybuyoibatv CAS S PEE Gen Pass Agents Noriherny j Pacific RySt Paul Minn l1leys Honey tnd Ta rpo sitiAclv res all throat and lung diseases Re se substitutes Sold by Wood and Campbell Deadly Toy The time is at hand when ty pistols and fireworks begin their slaughter of the innocents Tho rst victims have already bpiri reported Last Friday Smith anna the 15 year old son of Mr and W rs David Hanna met with a painful accident while jplaying with one of the socalledI toy pistols These pistols are an iiniprovemenlj on the old ones at sboot percussion cap in that a small bullet is used about ttie size of a large shot These of course have a greater fascina ti nfor the boys and a number qf them have invested in the w apon with or without their p renjs knowledge Toe ballI fr am one olxthese dangerous lit t1t weapons passed completely tbroUghtlle fleshy part of young H unas hand inflicting an ugly locking wound Little Eben flax diai t met a similar accident the next day with the same kind of toy and it is Only a matter of time until dozens of like casesj w IIl be reportad vluess meas ures are tdken to suppress the sale 01 such danxereus play things Tne vigilencu of parcuts and scJnool teachers will avail little so long ftS the merchants k 8p them in stock for it is u wall kcown tact that boys and iaffitJityfany possible they will get to fg 3ther no matter how strict the ttraining has been to the contrary ISa the easiest and quickest way tp eliminate the danger is to prohibit the sale of the brand of toy pistols and let the youth who i ust indulge in them go back to the percussion caps whose dadhestworkwas only a pow d r burn or the destruction of an eye Harrodsburg Herald Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IKld troubeprcysi dlsqurages t t t kaye a itMil a and cheerfulness soon dlsappear vhen the kidneys are out of order pr diseased Kidney trouble nt that it is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted weak neys lithe child urin ales too oltan If the escaldc the eshorlif when the child fUrln hes an age when itt ahould be able to wishbcdwttingthfe difficulty Is kidney trouble an dIM first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasantrjublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeJWomen men are mad miser bk with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTleof1peatigseea tflftyIceptlHf Ysu may MttIi by fri ihMni ha- sbecomesopreV with lak thehaS5w r LiverPills Thats what you need some thingt to cure your bilious ness and give xua good digestion Ayer s Puts are liverl pills They cure con stipation and biliousness Gently laxative Ali =Want Jollr montache or bea uUful brown or deh black f Then uza I BUGKINGHAMS DYE for tleWhisKers LI mo OLPtWLco NH II rie SbtiiaIahr t1ckedlillyout of the common lgeLlke the Arab mare it grows toimatuflty under the fostering care of its owner The shlllalab like the poet Is born not made Like the poet tolt Is aCchoice plant and its growth is slow Among 10000 blackthorn shoots per Imps not more than one is destined to become famous but one pf the 10000 appears of singular fitness As soon assdiscovered it Is marked nnd Jledlc ted ror future service Everything that might hinder its development Is removed and any offshoot of the mainletcm Is skillfully cut oft Wit constant care It grpws thick and strong upon a lLulbdus root that can be shaped into a handle Covr and TheIr HHk- A professor In Konigsberg university has esperfmentcd to determine tie ef fects of yprious toods on the odor giv en off by tows milk Somc cows give always no matter what their food maybe a milk of strong or disagreeable fin vor which apt to cause digestive troubles Jn vain is the food cbfi goo the flhvoc persists The taste of the milk depqnds iu a certain measure on the cows fool but In a degree more important on the peculiarities of the nnlmnltti r Noble Mother You naughty boy Youve beon fighting Little Sph No mother How did your clothes get torn and your face get scratched I was ijryfngiokcep a badboy from hurting a good little boy That was noble Who was the good little Joy tMo SlKitlncr With the CJOM Signing with the cross was first proc ticed by Christians to distinguish the pagans In nnI and nobles nsed the themSCIVftlom whether they could symbol that the per wn making It pledged himself by hhj Christian faithin thetruth pf the milt ter to which h fixed it HU lit Vlnli Stranger to sinai boyis your neighbor Jones at hon v Small iloyNo sirfYe ivent to the c ineterj tills inoniliif When he rctun Hes gbno to stay Tob Slean For Anything Delia What lid you fall out about Cclia Why ve hadnt ben engagedi u week before he quit buying boxes and bnKDetroltWILBUR SMITHS BUSINESS S COLLEGE Teachers Clerks and Farmer boys should parauo the Business Shorthand and Typewritfng or Telegraphic1 eouJ1lfe at Wilbur Smiths Business College Lexington Ky He refers to 10000 enbcessfdl graduates Ken tucky University diploma under seat awarded graduates Over 500 students DJandforpositions exceeds the supply This kdayat time youhave 8sIa large illustrated catalogue Ky to W n Smith Lexington tJVo Forefsrn1 eI1amoc1eJtetch orPhotoo1nnnUoDwteerepqrs on natentab1ut Per htv1I Patent and TRADEYRKS write to f IWASHINGTON o fCANINE INTELLIGENCE LTboff That IPjltJHe Had More CMie Than His Meater My friffid was staying one autumn In Wale4 Smoking and chatting one evening with a local farmer the talk Thefarmerssheevdog Instan cdhtssagaclty Hetnadean shexcIaxnatIolrose and went to the door You ml tIetblm outtt said the farmer fBaldi o biutscratching at the door The dog en t rd Ranting and lay down at the fire again Shortly afterward the filmier his Welsh remark Again he dog ran to the door and my friend let 1dm out AgaIn Iri i few minutes- was the scratching at the door and again belay down before the fire pant dngmarked IIi Welsh quite In the way of soobrersiftlonthose sheep I do believe theyre In the corn The dog without rising llooked up at the farmer gave two sharp yelps and turned round to his leep again He said as plainly aithough It bad beeJ In words Don t LIbetherre not in the corn London Out llook Winter Ways of Haalrrel Gray squrrrcls do not hibernate but seldom leave their nests during vettcoJd weather Oil mud days winter however they come out and race through the treetops and visit the large stores of nuts which they gnUdered and hid away in the autumn Red squirrels are smaller but much hardier creatures than the gray ones arid although they too have snug nesta of cedar bark In the hollow trees they use them only at night for no weather is so severe astokeep these little tel lows indoors They are about the most provident of air the creatures In the woods usually storing away under brush heaps beneath fallen logs and In hollow trunks far mbrePnuts than they can possibly eat In one winter They do not put them all In one place as a rule they generally have several hoardd at some little distance apart This a wise precaution as ft sometimes happens that one store Is discovered1 id stolen by an enemy and unless there was another Supply to fall back ubon did bWomansAn Olct KnKllah Inm The Raven Inn an old hostelry at Hook near Basingstroke England was built in 1G53 and still retains its quaint old half timbered work overhanging gables and small windows The house gained a wide notoriety in the latter part of the eighteenth century during the American war of independence through being the residence and place of capture of the famous Jack t Painter who roused the whole conn try In 1770 by his deliberate attempts to fire drydocks and shipping He atIwhere1300OOOdamage d- was foiled at Plymouth So great wasI the scare that In response to a of 2500 offered by the governmenttIfor his capture the whole country wasI on the alert and he was run to earth and captured iri this Interesting old glbIbetedwas James Altken Von MoltUc on Whl t A German magazine published the subjoined anecdote about Moltke Did you your excellency play whist when you were In France asked Herr TO Bennlgsen of the great battle pthlnkc one evening over a rubber Every daywben It was possible repUcdI aioitKc We played half ae points bu that ni worst the players could not lose more than a shilling One day Count Berthusy was his pa Ist neroWby my lear count did play spades said Moltke in a youI and serious tonAIJ1ad an Idea your excellency that 0 wahtedspndcsI But my dear count one not play whist according to Idcas but accordi to rule replied the field marshal shaking his head Db Wonderful Dream Say said the newspaper P1ani thoughtfully I hada great drenit- ilt sat night Thought I was making a m t of oneyf f How asked his friend Why I dreamed I was a space rote reporter on a Russian paper money ichSIIn that But that isnt all of It I dreamed that Iwas assigned to get the names at a court bali Tough jobl Of course It was a tough job but Just think of the money Why every name was n yard long and had a string of titles to It besides Oh I was Just coining money when I woke uptt Brooklyn Eagle iii itj iti iiitiijjflJtiiiWW w i mnLJlLiJ NELSON ill fgjt 1g Calls Attention to tug Following Facts fj p HAIIThmethods Sof this school 3 are 4 ecarfihoroughlymOqe rU9ning tbougl the eight grades That it has a library of 5 ethatvalue4 to5 all the 1students i That 34 of tIe teachers of Nelson counV t4 tf 31 ty and a large E4 percentage ofthei rteacfifrs 3of adjoining counties received their 3 proifessibnal7training jmtihis school Ii M 2Thatj Cyou can matriculate at Iany timesi oftheyeajt EtfThat eahand iainderheT Ei persoiialsupervisuh of the PrlncTpklr E oftheschbol f l 5l rtl i rThat if there is t any y QngJd 9flgf j eEjwho isman beingjdeprived ofan education fiafIxth want ofeansf come id see us fr 2 ioryouForr gse j i SjLC if9JlD Principal r Commissioners1 Sale WUflEGONClRCUITOURZ JCZ M attleJf rlgEt P4alntift lWilliam Equity Judmentandrrsale Circuitourtth termereofcause 5 all C attheourtKyOnMQNDAY f beiugcountycloCk tdder at cr aedItfo thellowing towitAtheatersi shtonfollows Beginning at a stone In the c to cortoerly direction witb Alkersonfl line own a drain toa elder cor to same and W D l c thence Inautherly Qirection w 1 Whites line Qreekhence linetnencoInI li I4ynef thenceInGumscenter of the Duncansville road cor easterlyirectionn ing containings9 t more or l1e5 pureapprovedacutebondof sale until paid snd having the- orceand effect of t JJudgment Bid ers will be required to comply promptly with these terms TS AMEDEEYW C W C C ii Gbmmissioners s ae WJVSHINGTON CIRCUiT CQUUT KY Julia Lewis o PIffg AGAINST Equity DormondOhessercDftS rBy virtue of a Jtu uienfand order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1topr Court House door il RpringfieldKy On MONDAY DEC tijIBER22 1002 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day to the ighesfi bidder at public auctjon upon a credit oft an412 monthsthi- ollowing e f described property towit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Washington county Ky on the w n of Lick creek and bounded bytihv lands vf Sam Chesser Frank Thoinji on and James W Lewis and con am r g 100 acres For the purchase1 i rice the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sure must execute ioond bearing lega n crest from dUe theiforce and effect a Judgment complIIc crms THOSAMEDIJMCWCC Commissionrs Sale IWA9HIHGTON CtTirOlT COURT KY PtffsfiIBy virtue of a Judgement aiuJoder of sale of the V lington Circuit court rendered at t o OctoLvr term thereof 1902 in tl nboye cauPe I shall proceed to Uii r to1 CI court bille dooill Sprfngl id Ky ovtbe id of Li mber 195S at Z oclock Ir m or thereabouts being county conct day to tbp highest bid derat Public Auction upon a credit of kix months the folivving described property towit Two tracts of lami bduated In Was ilngton county Ky on tbe watnit ofr Short Crock and tract No 1 is bound cd on the north by the lands of W F Auberryl on the West by the lands of theIcontainsUKby Buryey 82 acres J roods and fiv- Equaro poles tract No 2 lit thus bounded towit On the east by tin tbeIby survey QfI acres 3 roods and 27 sales For the purchase ice the purehas er or purchasers w approved se curltes or sureties UI1t execute bond bearing legal Interest from date t f sale until paid and having tbe force Biddersawill bereqnired to comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M U WC C 100 Northof Musk re61 If there lea piano in your homo we will send you without charge seven splendid musical compositions two vocal and five instrumental Three Uofu1uslc18torQ t injects Why Wmat this Offer We make this off t reliable men and women to uhal a to send Infor mation regarding o Library of the Worlds Best MUBK wbicb Is absolate l lri1stromentalcontains more muM more llIastraC tionsand more blot byof compo leratbal1any other nusical Library x Itt is f general home use and enjoy menCas well as for students Senctt your name and address and TEN CENTS in stamps to pay for poatngb and wrapping When writing kindly e mention thU prorh3kal f 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