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Jdttit Wap aM ttt1i2- Uo WVkawM f b JtJoifU Bf wV wHp the keartk ap cilia W vet hl la the W arsn ckalr A 4itiNMkWwker at0 lea AHp OiIiolly aM 1yy We auk the hOM look Jest tela regard to blsi jPeritwa klaeJeatwayG- eegIaek nato eM Christmas aJeIiC rlet1fItIorks doth era goed auto tke poor TkatvBsaBy acrewaedkietgl f1 with Uncle Sams army in the Philippines have received let koalfchand lei having rather a quiet time on duty Will iis sta tioMiwit hie regiment at Man ila whore mills peace aid quiets We have received several copies of newspaper published at Man Iii from him which appear very Ip to date They are indeed so popularity contests and from the startling headlines one can learn the fact that Aguedo del Rosari o h adS Hipbiite Narcisco and all other competitors by 18465 votes The paper also gives news of cholera whictt baa been raging to an alarming extent but wh ich to be somewhat subsided just now y ir IiI f1LeutWill whichI thoroqhlyAmericanizedthat8oIHof Iu8TLmGkAltooucb IDlOl1realtEleventh district are bustling and on IConiay county COUCH day tel werr quite busy with the Washingtont county voters- udgePatteson and Hon inley ShttcSp wlUfrobablybe the only cau4i atos for the Democratic nomination for Judge while thiS Commonwealths Attorney tktWiil be sought by several some of whom are already out nd hastliiig for favors while re being strongly tipped for places in the race a a IEielditr I to have a aew in the near future which will be of to the in more ways than one weate not at as yet to giye the iit LObe said that the ill quite a of hand will be the raw It is that the hw W uD put after the first of y ar v 11 lScU sMiscarry tipring mannfec turing Enterprise considi erablebenotit place Although liberty details newconcern employ number audio bacco product handled thought enterprise v- ner1 ometim thtfnejf ERtSTMi ThAD t Th local merchants reporaf very gooa uariscmas trade at the windup although for a time the oitlook was bad The bat weather for so long before the holidays which kept the untry people from coming to tqwn wao responsible forth dull trade up until a few days before Christmas The merchants by tJeway brought on a handsome linel of goodsfthis year sothere was no need for buyers ito go to the city this season for presents fdr their friends t LJMES That uptodate LtvUe1Tllisbod pictures of Messrs Die and Martin Crouch the w IWashiigkHi county twins Tb paper also published awriteu at the siam time saying tha they wore pro 1nIn t citisons of williebrc Boyle county Tike plcturesw re take for the 44iWaLAD aiia JHlbJbl41 Il 19fIodotti of tb4t litOf HM 4eu sever JJIt line of ittotbelN w LEA EKor any lsel ItIIJitA sure sign of approaching raycli ind seriOus trouble in your jsystem Is Borvousness psotsJdisjoiB ib tr the troublesome cause It never fails to tons stoma b regulate the Kidhneys dIandand clajify the blood Run fodownparticslarlyschesrnih under its searching tharideffectivenQssto Elictr C BItters is only 50 and that Iis raUrnod If itrdonitliveperfec satisfactioi Gnaraiteed by 0 3 Haydon Druggistali i tsLuICrspsItwill be good sews to the atqtken of fmaUcblldren to learn that croap can be vehtedTk Iseronpbefore ke attack the ckU4 kepmeitwth koane This U sooa followt4 by a pecaliaf xyighcough Give Chamber laias Cbwgh Remedy freely as oeX as the chill becomes hcarseor evea after the rotlt cough appears and it will lispel l1 syalptonl3 of irop Latbic stwayavrioedl This edt1a lUedbyI FneverJfactalwaybedepedand iaftotake sale by peaantmYor Praiff the bridge tit carries you over thk food btRsowmaay over throat and lungr troubles thsuchascughsthat itt praises are ug ererywkere 11icead50ce Sold by Jl1jd I 111WhyDeWitti Carly Risers Ate jittle vurprlnra Takeoiie tkeydotketnsi W H Howell ofHoasteu Tex alIEarlyrRiser lila my faml frcoztIpration sijck headache etc Me frtwini if Pack i nl House Tlf oId mi lIte near ttis bride on be Sprifieldkihas ben purchased from iiiecl oraldSOfDhlMre W B r up that opor ationjby DilddliIot seal monlli The efitablishmoMt will hayeji capacity otixtybogs a dar t A lrge force of men are busy wrkerectIag the buildings cbe 4tr which thesmoks bouse is now under roof The main Itl li3il g wIll be used for teriGK purposes This building slaughl l will fee fortj feot Wide hy sixty feet Hn length and will beoI erected that the town creek will flow beneath it The stone used in ttJhs coDstruCkion of the loon datlop of the buildicgs are beljtrttc4 froa the old water Bill A reprosontative of the RecordIscalled upon Mr Griguby andI S found him eegaged in superia bandw ho expected tor UBbter this win ter Mr Grp y ald That do tetidAent1 K on the weather butpii wiii he ttmfbID oVer 100 roxi iJt tq purv genuine old fMhioned cuuwtr bacon and aB usoin ovosry enertry to get hi operation by tate middle of Jan uari I Thflie+ leclpdbvMr Grignbv is Hfis irably suited Ipr hr1j Sent rpriye Sploftdid naturalt dntiu yo Pn a rICk soil Ifunda9tJ itbqutlum in and a stroftB tkativill crrvvawaT all of ko refiujof tht vtablishmoB- tThoreila oyry roatqs to bs- beltaeth1L t tht5 einterprlse will J beticessfusud Mr GiIgsb- re xp jtt tooalargtf the plant to Ml the nVaon h It is a fact that the hogs red ippedto1JoiVme slaBgjbtored and the bacon ship jtabUIanj retbt1nt1ttclerit f 7 1trl fI lh t iii IJ i TNirw raacapeii jI Leo Joeand William Tliomas cousins all joqng mon 6f this city had an oiperieace last Su day evening that they wjll re member as lIbng as thtr live Joe Thpmaol the olde t btthe jboyskootjs Ii livery stable near ayartr relativos inj tJie Casey creek niihti3 i p ipouredap0 boy staft44ior kiWbUeit41dnot foalize thatt water had fallen to render tho j rds daoftrdug They qrosu Popos crirtfc iand while the cuV rent was swift it did notre cth- e buggy bed When they came nat11rahybefieV ndtheyciidjnakt t tothoughhigberthanlaPope tke second ford of Canoys crook w hero tho trouble came for e gwift water swept over tho uggy bed aid the horse refuse to go WillMib got on the horsoo bu ltetittpwUb9Ditli k1Theream by the strong waterut fmpset Will jumped from itiel orse back and swam ashoret Qe and 100 seeing their groat danger leaped from the u ajqswamouti jitrngpladl against the current i t t went dowjiHorse and bUB ere burled down the si ream in strong current The Ihorse drowned and Was found next morning aboqt one mile bjetow hitched to the buggyvIth tb iatopl one whee and seat gone Tiohorse was the best Joe hid ia his s able and the buggy ynx a brand new one Tho boyerl boavlly claXl and their CaPe oig aedded eatlaIwost cu1tinv I IjTIioy are all Rood en and their many friends are fill rtainiy glaB they did not me watery grave Enterprise FIMt mil IIs Bitter Those wh will persist in closing their eyes ajtaiBBt the continual rcomuiendatuoub riConsumphoD and bitter fight with the troubles if hot ended earlierJ b IywbatTR BalI of BeaU Hiss h reastosiyiaadeverylCinJNePlicoyeryp m hid failed Improvement cameI at ence and four bottles entire ly cured her Guaranteed fey 0jt J fiaydon drutrglst Price SC CIa and si Trial bottles free Am attractive woman t brive rood feodaa salt kine wjtk pletyof exerd ei tkt dpea ir Her form Iwiwlth health aBd beaaty When oubled with a restive habit she takes a few doses of Herblae t cleanse her ystem of lmpnrties Price 5t cestsl old by Maydouwa1tsmSuu Wanted ta1Wuhiugton is ties Salary or commisoloD I Address thoHARvcv OIL Cot t fMcvelnnd Ohc Qrpwrjed Mrs Richard Monroe a moil estimable widow aped veut 5b liJD jn tht ricigbb rho Jdti Mt PlrabtBifhcl was draw ed Monday lwhnulcieoiptlng to cross PunchtfO ureekin1 abtiCgy w chilerotn the bvavrsIs of the BJiht previous Hir fourtan foar old Ion who was with jiernar rowly escaped with his lire by catcbltmhulh1 erowioff pm the bank of the creek aid tho horse aftdbuKgjr were tak08tof the stream one distane bo low the crowing1 Mr Moiroo WM oHoftbe most respect 4 woBOt in t nolghborhood aad a cpuststeit BOBptr of tthe Me PloMHttt ebnrcB Three sons aad one laHglitor survive her Toe remains Vtro iotorrod at Duganavill L wr ic ferif It 1ItIrt WI Um jOrWrvVf wrJG Prw sty ICliltJhave te N- TfaIiksirsLy WuN ft A Que r Character owjj AkxMtfer Ifiwi Ws Uves it fitl riNs- Wft t fr ht tAi UttUT fMv WEAK WHI IKE ItS SWIMANU- aiACTUi IITptrli YtMiYfAuI i Yr 4nderBrin1 a well jknown cifnlfyingliearTaihatt queernOndJtio iatntiUy and his ec paatadbeenatsublet fir much curious interestI aniphglil friends sad J181lhbora Abomtihofirot intimation his jfriends Aid that the old gentlefnan ifaomotaU right wassome four yesEs ago whom he suddenly ok ap ifce Kiea that he had nun e 2rouaitthe neighborhood Upon meet in his t tblends he would stop thtte and tell thea that he kttiity were his secrtt eaMiy a4 that they had accus tt8dhlit1fIIor burning the oldMt WvetchmrchMysterious liJtj dtft yed byfire at about that ti ceethInkJbade though of accvsing the old mail MrBrown continue to have tkW kiallucinaUbnf fore tear or mojre when he tooic up fte ides tbfit he must stop u1lki i beinltia aldfr about eighteen montbji he maintained a sileaca ortAtltboht that tune Browns wife died and still the husband con ti bnnedtI bugh he was visibly distressed thl shed silent teara over the of his wife A month or so after this vent however Brow began to talk to his youngest child whoa he began to tesc- IAtaprotract t to spell and read ed Resting held atTathani Bprin wafterthis the durinltaerviQe one evening by Brown who falling on his Joaees began praying in a lJeid voice and calling oaall good Christians to pray for the salvation of his soul At the close ofthe msethig e was baptised by the Hiiniater in charge of the services rBrown is possessed of con spiderableIic For about twoyears he wore a pair ofjropden shoes made by hhnselt He also made a poke knife which he woaldueasa razor with which he would shave himself He carved put of woodI a nubetof combs which be raTe to his frisnds At one time he came to fte cqwjtiisipn1 that b Dlt not b ar siythiagaad put covtonin hIersfld for awhile kept wooden p1igsin hU sari to from1alUnsoutfHe has withim tbe last year made type with which he tin printed several soags withi jootes He uses figures instead of rnd notes adwill sing words or notes hen asked and will stop and in strict as a musro teacher but will not taik Only occasionftl r he pakto his faU I In Dearly pail of the falibi begae II1ana MO on kwr what his 4tentioas were until W ompleted a nest little dugout in which he is tsaldnghis whiter quarters His dugout is about 6 y 8 slid high enough to tand striight ip It has a airtroof well tbrowtfjjR and drained well He has a neat little Ch- Iooking iiy vessels and eat in hiar Brdnctiis hive ktAyws rtyPIunits 1 koujraIrlitay- eses It 1e soot SMdWiips yJ C YiIIIaIH f T All serious luftf troubles bctin with t tlckikig In the tkroat Yes cm stop this a kit k a lJNIetwltlaA- ywaCherry Pediri- lUSt1iSatOCbI cqdlidfrdIkMdi-M littlel house Be Is always glad for any one to visit him Mr Brown is a man about 65 years old and was once a loan of goodt busineos capacity and his ffrill regret to tee him t6 Uchcditlon v I ktuHFugh medicine other thIs taklra Fokfl I apIateb Fclti1droley o Inbotcouatlpate4Campbell A Costly Mlstak Blunders are sonotimesavery expansive Occasionally life iitself is the price of apbut youU never be wrong it ypu Dr King Now Life PiTh or Dyspepsia Dizzinese Head acho Liver pr Bowel troubles They are gentle yet tborougbi 5c at 0 J Haydpns Drug StoreI Will Visit Gefhscmarill The Right Rev Bdmond MiObrecbt Abbot of Gothsomani i Trappist Monastery WM in tho oily on his retUrn from Europe where he we t sovoral months a i YiatHinatdlhTco pliance with an appoint raent from theVsuperiols investigate certain cpsditiony relating tto the welfare ftbe Trappist order of which Abbot Obrecht iis one of the most influential and earned members While Abbot Obrecht positive lly declined to discuss his trip other than to say he enjoyed u delightful and healthful season abroad it is said that his visit ad to do with the projected ex pnlsion from Prance of the Trappist monk a condition of which is sow considered of pars mount importance The trip took Abbot Obrecht to Italy Hungary Prussiai Ger many Franco Switserland AUII tria and other countries where a home mtght pouibiy be found for thoBontor Abbot Obrocht was not in Rome While in Europe Abbot ObI recht met Charts M Schwab President of thr Unltod States Steel Corporation For somo days howas the guest of MraSchwab and tbllatter has pros Iised to Visit him at OotbsoBaBi nut spring Mr Schvab was I upitofon of the professors tbo school at GethsoBaai andex pressed a desire to IiIthis old tutor Great prepara floe win be made to welcome thd steel kInfHe promised iifr possiblel to bring wlti kia J Piorpont Morgan Standard Atthlt teasox of tae year eoark aad colds It is well to knew tkctFol erHou y aid Tar iv the greatest threat sad laugi remfdr It cares quickly aid pravcatt seaioas mal I from aco- diWJttttcdtiV v Id ttia salt osttot where they can easily maltl tty jlfkites Craam Vermlfage will ttroythete parasites The Verdkt oi the peopfc t1Is pUialy hew well It 1Tbyall diylBf iahaleauaai as t t1Ijdbrtack remedy uiidcnreS rrkeMet lly aad pleasantly Coif la the head yVnitf dt eaklly Price cents at all drOfgHsts or by mall speakiafaadtothe ate of Elys Cream drepplUf 1 f macoat his ceased yolce aad heaiiaf rctt c41W Dayklsoa Attyat Law 1 couth lit Hardlii for JudAe Judge TB Hardia is beloje jurg id by leading ReptbllcannTs this and other coiatles to jsako the lace for Circuit Judge Horn WB Herndpn of Latcastor esd HOB PoteMcRooertsof SMtaIare also epokos ot ui tk4oO o iOfletI0fl Mr Hra4eee- kls a rtfc legalist Jadge Swiiojr tBB was HOiHwIf pur friends the oBSBy sri WIN they will give Jttdgo Hardig1 teinsiastbos i ttioiIfor wo WtJovo Ktjpt tto JM tbo itroigsetM Mi Uw diovriolM bst wef sti a bS4bst igaiiI5w ikaiai 1 of tMB J dfoCordwt wWto Iota aBBoMdato JLw My slBsp WeeI14l lake tk4 IlMPSSMIM Jar OoasiuiAt l- fdrdMM wItkt a ba 11a1t Jj anoiaI MAVEMSCUfr z itt iJ Hertfc Miber Sites Ikr CWMI IrwL Mrs Harry Talliforrd wko UVos Bear Tatbam Springs proWl herself a heroin lift week by faciig death lithe faglag CMap Ittlinritor and roociiiiBg HKkttc year old daughter ceruial aoath says aspecial The riyot had been higher than for years bufhad fallen to such aff oxtoBt that Mrs TaUiferro thougktsbi couli cross insafety Hop two childreB ahoy of nine aad a girl ofotght were oh an oldffaBily horse Leading the way IB to tbff water the mother fostracted U i IsxLl to follow as 01tely bebisd hor as possible but the aaieal rkldotf by the little ones IB oeway got into deep water sad W pntto ipundor aud tie littlo girl was washed froB bohiBd hot b krothortko siUHtUoft at a glanoo and oaU iing to the OO11Ot to to ck thf roiBs Md to hold on aid Uo horse would take him Hfoly tdI sboro she bravely pluBgod bet lalft11arI g the chills droos sad Mfted her out of the water The wate ht that pointi was so swift thai thehorso hue shaM stCBggio to reach shortibut finally iavdect oOyardswas unconscious when takes from its mothsra arms but ru a naly resuscitated by SOBO neighbors The ten oay tbo mothers rescue of tbo child was the bravest and Most thrilling act they ever witBOS od The pld gray ilavdod the boyla safety IfUIIctH OUM ByIee l applfcattww M thv casai t each the Isae nuiIl tHear1I1ek o Iy MM t M4jr AK taat bky oouctltatteMl rnutdie nrk essi ed by u liCU4 m4HM oittw se liiifraftiMSMtMkiM tk Wfcea t II Sid3bubar a flW1i eserai pedetasrisli rhsi lcijj atlielyeIe4 diassustba1tk a Li5Iitesabtc tseotss4 Ate wbea arascoabsf kar- will Pee dyM fcsvrsls cueitrf tap ale Me4 Vy Okrrk wBatir aoilXbtaI1d ceHl eltla- 1Ie 1Jna 0 W will iive Cos XmUM DeJtes far aynr s osoMdar eatstik tkatsavakto eared by Hslte ctifrli Cur SwkTfor dresisrafre T J Cfceaey Jt Oi Ttto4 Qf flttsiMJai c ZvarytkIugMiutkeaaaciyjeioatoWItkRazii iit DeWittO of Cklag 4asverei yrssgekiw te MIaH a lily jfro Witch Xuel that s a for plies Fer1lUltt 1NIIg likI- ua protrndIa ptIscca bicai ai all ikla dlasseDcWIttt lily haf iip fJflllafTla1 kat gives rife t HUM 1 weathleflceatrfths Ask- er D eW4ttstheeauIae CZ Lay4es New Frees NslMr- ea I P the Stasdirdii Ir A If Parks sotf toltrj Elfex Hsetterdog fortTh Ha war shipped to OhattafepcsJ san tLndMidst Dr Shields of WsiVs tQa ounty Bade offers 6a wv srol Ine farsis He wasaaxkms to locttsrin tfce garden spot 0aC Nltao Last Saturday svealIg at a le e MthoiMOtt tHfra of lln Cites DaWsov oocttpitft 7Martha Barker a lisriMiiftr who harbors a disorderly s t et jiailbird abovt Iwr a rtfthif brsak dow daist was ichyi Ai crap gMH MM up dnHsgtiHr ikwoi aadk ovtc thk sis k MM a Ifht eMMd tit whfck WUI Outtiritt WM shot i4rt ffctW tbs ball ieeetrMlag tb right lMfn fti tdSel at tw- oiick Su ioeaiagiroa is a ffiHtti el tM WtMidy Jto I MrI wi UU 91 II II ast a aom necswo- Sii KttooK ejwty dM at th boese t iMrsoaki tew Br Yo i ff last week HervMMM wore iitfrrst hi Ms HOI oMWI Mr MIbssths 11L olKr UUet7 Mts iuuinitOM of tbIws7 t 4ttlasIsW sda usabes tJt relies im o r rounds tot osws loJ Jha mse- I it t tJiJt1Dass asUtsr d olL 1ii t T1 lpiEI J Z 11 t 1 f WK J o oCAbraJiamjjDColn ojwMC7 Ibo PotMr Altofawo6d im llOckMd ofHickory sat viif l arttsiwally alTa It WM tiif j ropertyoMr Waiky MIMI iaaadubaeIhtlilyiS Itry t Tb hydrofolM e aes iJIIi proviif Very aiw lIvi bSs sf eMM bekuilg ot the iii herd of Jicsty wMta owofJlr JJ Tjletbave best kilidd such Hewi tf Mry siariiiid sympUHBK of hydrophobia The dog that did the daiMffe WM tfcs property of Bob lleOftoky of color He also iatt aaotbsr dof that showed rabid syieptooMT Sji was iBBMdiately kilkd Aqua ttoa interest is wbt k cor oi t f thi bodies of tha inloetod ooMto should be oiiruod or krilL 11 Wt to be derourekbr otWdojM they nkt too M3o o rtWd aiu d an OBdlssi aswjunt ol danafco re suit tbersfrooi A ill wacli boeWbekptovesslIdsgsastrayspecIaerailowborys tbotil ti rieetvs iusidi att ntxxi There anIse aoy htiBffry caaiaos aboat 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rbeWoreduLEssr ti ih W aud nU 4TMno o oolo Tirol tm4 Th i- Tmtjodoj t Ia sash BWBth ap tjM W iMdodlBtf AjBftl M liSAuifraseT leIfl GLGr Oo1 Pest AfljTyse Pee r Loatytis El Wuuks 1Is Oaeet has IUietuoffcty tested fir maar yearsSaad Ie a peaitlye cur Sos this most gitiIug bIn Price cts- h 73ceoH Haydoa I iAsIAtR- l I l imYr A F fd f1 YEAR Iff ADVANCe it t IWHffGWELD KV II rLrDAVION Jr T f1 t AlRPrIw i LuIIHUo l0Ctabeq1RtthsI tO- toJIia ebss aH peUtI91W MprIhI Wis1E e j 4bp 1I1r o UMn1 t I 3btrM iHpeis1 Ii 50CcDleklettIrv f 5ooJ l TgRDATDCKBER UOL Citc t Jeil a1kI4 i iuDCS th of fliY43T UOK I1atiitIii OIS 4t Circuit judicial 1 of Ih tie Eeit DkthJ tl of i I 45ttOth c44oof Ditno 4 C oaoioawetithV ittf r tlfcttft aIthIIi a to amnoMo t 1 JBEN S6PALDING Madk1tI or the offlc of Com MMWMlthf Attora j for the llth Jiiteiaidk4riet imbJecttQ the acti- ontt tfc DjoerUQ party Primary 1 1M3 i j orCrcIt tirJt WearetIlorJ to aUOflWJId the 3 F BOSLEY 4 M ateurfidftU f rt1e office of Clerk I 11M WtialBlton Circuit Court 1Jct to th action of the Demo r Uprty j Wi announce this week Mr Ben Spalding of Marion county as a candidate forJt4e DemO cratic nomination for the office of Commonwealths Attorney for this Judicial district Mr pal9j ing besldes being an able lawyer and a successfulpracttonefis a hightoned gentlejnan arid one who has many iinfluentialfriends throughout the districti JIeIr terved two terms as County At torrieydf Marion county and is well acquainted with the detail iffprk of the office to which Tie now aspires Mr Spalding has always been a Democratanda t fighter int the ranks always vpt Mng and lending ins aid to the fitrarght tiQket Mr Spaldingns- deservingof the support of any gTodPemocrat and if nominate id and elected to the office is well equipped to do the duties lear I lessly and withTionest andab I JUty JR C Whayne who killed him 8elf in Louisville last week i either accidentally or on purpose tereby catching the life insur v amce companiesfcfr out 390000 t niore or Ie s1eft a will in which IJlie leyised 830600 to Yaripu- sctiaritablet institutithiof Louis vLI1e p je Jx The laucpaycrsj of tpmsvilfe V are presented with aChristmas S Vtf gilt by the city administratibn ii in theshapf ofajaxfrate of 186 frhichiij n Increase of 27 Cjents f oyery1 k SlierSalei jL FOR bYAX Ek1 l1tBy virtue of taxes deaths State of fKBatackyandthe county pf WJub i 1igton I wUoXrfer el at thE CoarthdMe door in Sprkffiejd op MONDlYvJANOAltY 28 1903 it t ftliMift 1OCiOCkpiflrthe Iollow k fire property r jo mnob iboreo ris WlH sitfefy the amount of lax and iliiWit Vf t t Abraham SaIUit 10 acres of laud IM L rorth diftricfc lor years 18W99190i 1502 ftXM sad soMe S16ll IIB It Heron 41 acre In Hehclreri 1trIct for the years l8W190CM9dlf i c 1tMH ad coatf 12130 i j Jl C WatelwWr 8 erHIiIa 13mIi 4 Grave di trkst for years a99 iMO f IWt jJIQlj taxes and coMa 1258- t r fi KWMwd NtBf oae acre of land Ir jinWJUWsorf dittriot for year 1900 kaxM aMl soMe f5 s5 JiNI4t4t htri towa lot In WIUI lMtti for yzi ilM 1855 1900 1901 tf tde 1299 1 rd Tl1t8 Dsi t L i dM k I 4 W Oou jd 81M onoLt- lAddreaa the Om JOIavelatOb- oI I rrHftieWs Erci1ThC a wra County 3 ea Happtnln AMOK the UuMty PopItLI Ik por4rGorrpuenfr 1I MoH QQ gsZ t + Since our last there 1 I1II orn to the wife off Kirich BfiPdlta twurbby ar1J We wiihgme t Aersof the EWSLADa happy Xmas ana a bapprNV rear i 1 gMrs re turned to her hlpmia Jeffersoa vile last Tuesday Her father Mr Jeff SmitbJi atye to be out agaftipAnother store is needed at onr little rillafe for competition 1tthe life ot trade I Corn gathering will nofifbej endFunti1 next monthy if thenI We cannot tell3ust at present whether we will have a wedding iurio theh4lIaayorn J Mrv No rnsft jGribbens pf this plIJiri over to Marion epun tj last Tuesday and was nlarried to a Mfcs H r Jnot Tyjer county May eytervlijoy be theira Mis Bstelle E1iyand Miss Lelia Wall were ia Springfield Jlast Saturday shopping Yrs Jeff Snitht Mrs Susan M Hendren vand Miss Maggie Smith visited Mr andMrsES B blet of Spriegfleld lasfrweel- cMr Johri Yare f Miss FlbVa WalljMr Prentice Boblet aind MisV Ophelia Tatos formed a party thatweWtplVniisbufe oh last Satnr4ay find returnedhbtne Monday Thyrepbrta good time Mrs Marietta Croake of Urdak ville is on the sick list Mr ttLync11wi mmoye abput5an1We but waat will be ourr loss wilWbe gained by the community Unto which tie Will move i r Mr Jess Pjle has re qyedto the Asher Johnson place now otfned by Col E K Dugan There will be several hops and socials given during the holidays Mr Jeff Wash buru and Miss Lillie Wilkerson visited relatives net BrhshtGrbverunday Miss Kate Shauntys school dosed at Moqresvill on D c 19 Mclniirei pMrt Elisha Bimms bought of Mes rs Mclnlire and JECeene a combined horse for 1135 J B Hill sold Jo QjBjcyaa and Go flyehogs price unknown Messrs Robert Wclnrire and Frank Keene returned tromtbeI southeast Saturday whereheyt- oOk carload of mules They made quite good profit oh their mules Mrs Teresa Blandfcrd and Vdaughter Monday last with Mrs Pattie BlaiMford Mrs Sidney Jonnson who has been Sick S iimproving also Mr IgnatiuspBryan who has bea n quite sick is better now Mr Ballard our popular postmaster has been sick Mr Kent Fields and sister Lassie are expecting to spend Christmas in Louisville with re latiops ij3 i d lJlf Miss Mary Bowling is spend inga few days with Miss Effie Buckler of Marioncounty Misi Maggiei Blandford will retnm homo from Louisville this weekend will be accompa niedby her cnarming cousin Miss Teresa Biandford We1 ate ail expecting old Santa Claus tp visit uspn Christmas p eve arid hope we will notfbel ds appointed and we wish eyerj reader of this will receive a great big stocking full itnso anij ftu Critic jVlctor Hugo once nK1Qa queer nil- sstiike In Travallienrs de la MCwhen Be mentloilpd the Pirtji of Forth as the Premier de Quatre He bad con fasedtlie wpfdJflrth wltl1 rstrrlieEngUsh translator the book was at the paID to point tfili but t The great tDltn iii a lletter but Victor HugoIwas hidlgnant at the impertinence and ab solutely declined to have therm6take Jcorrected Rdtht IJI Korea Korea is a country o etrnnge head dresses but petbaps the Tnpst ctirious beadguarofa1IJ8 the1rnmeflSe raln4t- wa IY the tlJD1ers ylves wMlc work1D1n tile flelds durinp thbralny gson rh ese X r1n theIare often as muchiasTHeven f etlong body effectively as ayuthJreI1aIco rtd do I d oof aft17a1r A certain London rc3taurantjia s thla rernarkbIesentencd1sp1ay dfIn varl eiTs parts of Its dining room IAny iacivjllty or lnnttQUOIl n the part ofauyQfJhemp1oyceaof this es tabUsii4mentwtllle cdasldered a favof If Tep eilpromptly to the proprfetorjf ff fTheMleeptle- ni4fc ro4gflOra1ic Qt the Jw ixS rjF eCeereea lawy d J + i + AMOTHEROFCOURAGEIke 1 t er OT f She stliJtbe grand stand waiting rpr jher flrs jfootball game to be hi llep boy bad played It ever since she ould remember and now be had platte lils yarslty team which was herirar lIl iity toeherCcfnelL 35vo of his fraternity brothers sat m either side as a bodyguard to her iTay hairs and as a bureau of inf ormai tin They were thappler than they lpuld haye been with tie rettI tbeyknew tg1rlI She smiled with motherly pride when she picked hhii oUt of the squad of red sweateredf b d sWhiCh at fength trotted out on the field She iJ7lpetf away a tear when a Columbia man fell across the line for a touch own jThen she surprised her bodyguard by muttering under hey breath11Hold- m hard fellowsl Twist their necks Ppsbt PushlS fShe explained her knowledge of lese strenuous technical details by that her boy cried put like that hen playing dream games in his leep Shedld hot faint when he tackled 00 hard and falled to rise although ils white face with streak of red jloqdt across the forehead was staring up ai her iJTou cant hurt lIlY oyshe said with confidence Hes Just doing1b lit to get wind So it proved Hb iVns up and at It harder than ever within the time limit The Ithdr cons gained five through tackle and lost as many more yards trying to jround the end Then something hap jpened tt A sturdy youngster shot out f the tangled elevens and dashed down the field toward the goal of the blue and jwhlte He crossed line after line of 1VhItewasb nod finally wnsj over the last one the whole pack at his heels Touchdown Touchdown cried the crowd My boy dldlt said the mother and then she criel New York Trib une FLOWER AND TREE Planting a few trees every fall or spring as may be convenient keeps the supply of rult The American persimmon makes a handsome tree ornamentally considered It has dark green leaves that re main on late in the fall Carnations do not thrive in the shade and will not tolerate the presence of rank manure They are easily grown In any good garden soUr One secret of getting flowers from potted plants Is to Fetthem get pot bound When a plant can no longer keep on growing it turns Its energies tpwardprodtfclng flowers By yearly attention to pruning and by good feeding a shrub may be re n wed from season to season and kept always strong Old and weak wood should always removed f Ammonia is a plant stimulant not a food While It is useful to force plants into bloom and growth after the soil Is exhausted a fertilizer must be applied or the plant will use up its own vital ity in bloom Antiquity of the Boomerang The boomerang the Australian na tives weapon ot offense and defense referred to In all reference works as an instrument unknown until titter the discovery of Australia was doubtless known before the time of Christ Pliny the elder a contemporary of out Sa vlour writes as follows in his Natural History respecting an Instrument made of the wood of the aquifolla If a staff made of this wood when thrown at an animal from want of strength in the person throwing falls short of the mark It will come pack toward the thrower of Its own accord so remarkable are the properties of that tree It Is altogether probable that the learned Pliny did not consider the shape of the staff andreferred Its pe culiarities to the nature of the wood of which it was made Perception of Fact What Is the way to success we ask tile great men They cannot tell usi They know what upheld them In every emergency but they cannot de fine It It was the sense of proportion It measured plumbed every circum stance and gauged cvery condition It weighed relative values material and human It knew character when it oundfit and sifted the wheat from the Mit It recognIzedopportunity and iVHkewise made the most of ikCos mopolltan Had It on Good Authority ItCanl you give me any evidence In regard to the character of tho de ceased said the Judge tXes my lord replied the witness He was a man without blame beloved and respected by ajl men pvroin all his thoughts and Where did you learn that said tho Judge copied It from his tombstone m- ylorStray Stories Started Right Io uMy dear said the caller with a whining smnrto the little girl who occupletlte study JvUIjo her father the emliient iltcrnry man5 waS at hi- sdinzierI suppose you assist your by entertaining tile bores vapnJ Yes shr Veplled the little girl iily Please be seated JNo Feitr For theDo- 7TeherYour son sir has a very hlglrtempcr 1 nni sorry to8ay itherr1 Jim glad to hearit sir U you will grind him Ipto shape Ill tOuch him to keep his high temper for high purposes Chicago Tribune The Tliermometer In Slclcae- Cnrrle of Jldluburgh employed a thetr ttypboldtr Germaihcpntemporarles as ah instango of medical decay in English Tiia f first clinical application of clne1 thermometer wa made by Santorflisof- Padua 1 invented a thermometer open at toe end After bcingrbetdby the patient it was plunged tocoldi 1mporJtt bdnoI p Introducing the thennometer Into current use at the b bedside It was bot until IffiOio 1876 tbat it came ntd Uae rnral r t t THE DOMAiN dF CBtPAlR fktWf1l1tG Ht Iteck1eu PniItite errThere are various klndi and degrees Qtileserts tn this cqybiiiexnoStu- ttcly hopeless are found to the s- ocaliid1rbsiee ROck les hnds tbSSlerras This js a cast re glon of deserts wlto here and here an area where nature hi prankish mood seems actually to have made an effort 5tdproduc spedScuUtreecti of her ror From the Wasatch mountains to the Slerta1 Nevada extends a ghastly stretch of territory whlch is Iritersect ed by a series of high mountahi ranges running l1inorthaUd gontht jvHth valleys between J A bhrdseye vieWjpf the landscapej shows three principal ranges two ot which are known as the Amargosa and Pnnamlnt and between these Is Death valley so called because It Is the very abode of death Imagine jx narrowBtrIp of arid plain shut in between two mighty mountain walls thOr peaks stretching up 10000 feet intp a burning sky The surface of this plain which Is 7i feet below sea level l Is a mere crust ojt salt and alkali through which a ridden horse breaks up to hla knees into a horrid paste than ea s both hahrand hide A gray haze that neYcr lifts makes evei7tlijnglndlstlnct and puzzling to the view No vegetation Js to be seen brusbwJthlenveshere trod ithdre a sort of ictus that grows to five orsLr feet1nheIgh with extended ranches It Is called the dead than because In th nlght each stalk llooks like a corpse by the wayside nfBut theisuprem borjpcpf the place Is the heat which Is nnspeakible There Is albreezC but ItIsso Rcorchlng hot fls to blister jytur face Streams flow from springs dcjjrn toward the valley but never reach It because the heat dries them up qntheaySaturd- ay Evening Post iMPRpVEb op NATURE A poluC That Wqn a Lawsuit For AjVllllam McKInJey A year or two after WillIam AlcKln lpyl hadblgun the practice of the law at Cantons 0 he distinguished himself In a humprous fashion in one of his first successful cases AS often hap pens In coprt the humor was not merely for the fcakeof the Joke but for seri ous purpose Mr Edward T Roe in The Tife Work of William IJcKinley tellsihe fit ryL The casjs was a suit against a sur seen wham the plaintiff charged with Tidving sehisIegl so badly that It was bowed RJcKlhlejr defined the sue geon nnJ found himself pjtted against John McSitveeney one of tic most brtl Hitht lawyers of the Ohio bar McSweebey brought hlS client Into court and had him expose the Injured limb to the Jury It was very crooked and the case looked bud for the surgeon But McKinley had both lila eyes open as usual and fixed them keenly on the other mafls leg As soon as the plaintiff was turned ovejrtahlm he asked that Jhe other leg should also be bared The jildinUff and McSweeney objected vigorously but the Judge ordered It done Then it ap poured that his second leg was still more crooked than that which the surgeon had set My client seems to have done better by this man than nature Itself did said McKinley and I move that the suit be dismissed with a recommenda tlon to the plaintiff that She have the otlier leg broken and then set by the surgeon who set the first one n edleneneedlessness may not be one of the seven deadly sins but could the perpe trator oftener witness the result of his act a whole llsfof casualties would become obsolete A little Italian boy lightly clad was recently helping to sort out bottles from a city dump lip In trying to remove a stopper from n condensed mUk Jar ho accidentally broke the glass and a powerful acid poured down his side Tie child fell screaming to the ground terribly burned He will be crippled for life The person who after finishingSome exper iment of process cprked tbo cupfullot Innocent looking acid In the bottle and threw it Into tIe jash barrel didnt think Youths Companion 41ze Only Exception Shes iunusuajly conscientious you say Yes lindeed even in the smallest de tails of llfe t Abletb resist any sortqt a tempts tion Unquestionably Has she ever been to Eupope The champion of woman looked star- tied fOh TrfSl be said Vof cOurse if she 14n chance to smuggle a tow Into the country why yt1goWnsII different imatterChlcag6 Post t The Eye and the Temper There re experts on the eyes who bold stoutly to the theory that troubles lu vision often cause serious lapses from a ivell ordered life among chil dren and that dlsoSedJencej III temperi cruelty wanton dcstructiyenesf npd hystcrTcsj are frequently due among youngsteiS to aberratlons and to alf ments1 which affect the ense otlg t Such a theory may appear to bcar tled so far asto be almost a fad yet there may be something In It t Tiio Anchorp- Sailors are awful torgetfuJaIntt- hey asked little Eliea i ii f MWby jwhaVmakesybUtfilnlc that Inquired her papd 01Because ejery time they leave phace theyhave to weigh their anchor iIltley llercnt forgetful theyd rej jnemijer the weight Exchange S if JAWJaVala i Clarai suppose I sbalChkye to give Mr Fiddleback thauext daqceCw 1- ildn d ybyJ1orjt ll1 lt flt t WIlli IiI I If Well jve tiled thafNer Yolke4 t fThe Whole Thlag ShtNbntyour lffveltacottijge xoriucy want abrpwjistoje bouse Is a fasbionoble pcihbprhood 41 tHe Xndx I suppose you want It Ii your owi nnme tppBraoklyn LIt IciftIi ee AU 1aeN r Bat she tbse to ke considered qsl1- 0gbaut T 01J i t l JIrM E r i si iT HOmS Queer Tkljijta That AbientmlWe Gaet Forget to Take Atray ErerLbotei in iMW York liistore bobInd5guestgIt of the cstablUhEaent and of tea earns the gratitude off travelers rhpse Itin fortunate hablrot fforgettingt leads aremtss1Dgare jbjtted down descriptions of arti- oll forgotten When aThoiel esn frequentlTwipll arranged for identification integrity of servants must be 1Tbe uponl to large extent The takes Immediate posses sion of a room upon the guests de jparture She picks up anything that appears to have becn left unintention ally A noto descrlblng tile articTe and giving the name of the guest the room number and the time of departure Is taken to the clerk The property Is byherSaid the iderk of one fashionable hc tel I remember a singular c550 oftman vrho didnt respond at once to the hall boys call for an early train The result was that when be did get up ye had to runr From the station we got a call on the telephone Hurry to my room he shxrated and on the table youll find a very val uable package Its my eyes Send them to the station Sure enough we found two glass eyes on the dressing table In a plush cast One was for dally useand the other foran emergency Guests often forget their false teeth but that was the only case I ever knew SIt a man leaving his eyes Rings fend pins are often found on the washstand Valuable pinji are found everywhere the window Cur posltQI1Watcbes under pillows Of course when the owners address lsknown and any thing valuable is left be Is notified and the article sent to him If rift culled for in a few months the forgot ten artidle usUdlly becomes the per quisite of mPloe sew York TIme4 PRIMITIVE Py MRS 1The HechanUm Used In Ancient t Esrypt and In chins t A representative piece of mechanism occurs frequently on the sculptures of early Egypt It has the appearance of and Is generally believed to be that of a portable pump The hydraulic screw Is also attributed Jo this people but thelr maln reliance seems always to t have been the shadoof seen every where along the banks of the Nile an Invention so simple and so well adapt edto their needs that It remains today substantially the same at It has been through all the centuries since history began The same may be said regarding the chain pump fn Chinal an invention tlje origin of which antedates the Christian era This simple machine which deems never to have been Improved upon is In such comnion use that every agricul tural laborer Is In possession of one Where Irrigation is conducted on a lao ger scale the chain pump Ismade pro portlonntely larger and moved by very simple tread wheel and still lar ger ones are operated by yoklngn but falo or othr animal to a suitable driv- Ing machine The application of steam to raising water Is of uncertain origin Long before the Christian era certain applica ions of fire to vessels containing wa ter by which effects were produced calculated to astonish Ignorant wor shipers were practiced by the priests of Egypt Grece and Rome but their knowledge seems never to have been turned Into any channel of secular use tulnesa Hepnlaed by Dee A striking Incident of the relief of Cawnpore was the rout of the Ninth lancers by a swarm of bees A village In the line of march was found to be defended by a hastily Improvised stockade on the top of which a num her jf hives were stuck Info one of these a young officer jJabbed his sword with a result tbaWn far less time than It takes to tell It the whole advance guard was racing for dear life to the tear and Sir Hope Grant hastily formed line of battle believing it re pulsed by the mutineers In Orce Rice StnOlnR Rice stuffing for roast chicken or tur Key considered preferable to the use dl breadcrumbs To prepare It brown one chopped jujlon In If tablespopnful qf butjter andJmlx with It four 6upfuls o cold boiled rice intO one cupful of breadcrumbs that have been moistened Jn doe cupfnl of milk Season with sage parsley or other sweet herbsni desire Add halt a pound of sausage meat or finely chopped salt pork and salt and pepper to taste Probably True Wobash I wonder what makes old Qotrbx dress so Bhnhhlly MoxUoefl1s pldu iy boy Wnbash WbyAhows tbatjMonroe ties afraid Jils custonn is will mistake him for one of his clerks Chicago News A Tiresome Person t1 NQstlld Mr Blfggins I rhavent anyluse for philosophers Why not idea or pbJt9S0VIls 0 man vAio pretends he enjoys hard luclC Washington JStan t s l prenappeared suddenly ItWould be fc markablo to reactof1pnp who Alsap peared gjradjioyyiVyashlBgJon Times Sepondbana Book habit One of tKe novel habits ot the pres entday Is onthnttakes one to second PhiladelphiaNorth libraries call It aptiyenouelj the1 sec ondhand book habit SA clerk whose duty It js to stand at the fr hit oft the sicondhniui IjooUstorp find watch out for pqsslblq purci isers Is Jbe who first mnde iQtof this qiuce 1lmbt1 He notjcplthat tit snmo taco and fbmeti wcrelfto step aiut cursorily Ib iiwt the fwifne tluhfy fol umesrcjny after day yeqr la iZIl1 year put TThiy cjouip every diytlie sanl oldfacesxiiid they look ofer1 the Same Old boolaiand ftjievjne i inynDt thing mid they never liuy anything andafter n while wlieutliul llwl1up they go nway aa siloliUy os they crime itJ e t uor For him WIia1 la viiifr iitihtida nlinn mater aktilliij1Iilettle Ohl JJ1 l1oj4npj1e d Josiah 1ta1jt W PItI ep CaQ gectguv- t IW r i 1 iJiliillwW iiwiw M 4 + L igiifltD I T1I1 i 3 r at1osiduobthiest se1ecUoi PiLb rea- dySEEDING f i fTIME1 j t2 You remember is near at hawland ji5 B have grass seeJsofaU kinds i ftjt iUtJ We a Specialty Seed Oats flCt THOMPSO1 L fKYij Mi Mrs Fred IuriMh PreBt Cmintrj r tb Renton Harbor After my Hnt baby ne jorn dldpol sum to regain inyslrcnch although the doctor gave me a tonic ch he ered very superior butliuitad of getting better grew weaker c JTV day My hiu- bandinsisted that take cine of Cardulj for a week and see wh it would do for me ldltI take tie met and was yuy- grattful to find mu and heIUi- slowly retrpJng In two tW wu out of bed and in a month xas able to take up my usual duties i ii very enlhusi aitic in its praise Wine of Cardui reinfu xcs the organs of generatron for the ordeal of preg nancy and childbirth It prevents mis carriage No woman wnotak sWine of Cardui need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Wine of Cardui before her baby came she would not have li weakened as she was Her rapid recovery should commend this great rnedy to every expectant mother me of Cardui regulates the menstruul flow tINNEoFCARDytA= tonmWill Strenclica the Organ It Is not ron years UbOtbrtt the belief prevailed that a sufferer from heart disease was in constant peril whenever he moved and that thenearer he approached absolute rest the better it was for bls heart This is still true in respect to certain fv uis of heart did ense those due to actual disease or de generation ot the heart muscles but whentjie diseaseis Inthe valves as it is in thp majority of cases the modern teaching is that properly regulated ex erclse is beneflciaL TIlls Is founded upon the common 4eiIs view that the heart is like other 1 Jes in that 4t can be strengthened Ty exercise to meet Increased calls upon It When the valves of a pump get out of Order it requires greater force to move a given quantity of wateri If this force cnn be applied It will make up for the defect in the valves The same principle holds good in the case of the diseased heart the valvular de- goot1compensatJs Jnc l rm proc cssUy IncreaBod strength in the heart muscle 1 The heartmust be ablernot only to aSrnlntblsAfore by the ont ldel efforts of nnturV rbut itr must be strr4urLltbau ctua sar7just as it 4 iunilth 10 meet some extra strain tjuscd by Illness a sudden nervous xi some absO- lutely necessary UO It is evident therefore that a iei heart must for re the safiV f the patient be strengthened beyond ilierequlrejnents ofa quiet life This Isaiccouipllshi iaroth ways but tfbrie is better for t1Urose than hIll cllmJingpr rlub1DS the t r tr pjcagaut thQ4atttT cot bntw dtl1rThe t irolse should of d6uree taken umir m illreetI not a physician far Itc mslly be over dop9K in which case CK t the bad con dltiona against which ii Is the object o 4he exercise provide will bearU flqlally pipdiKied and the heart Srlll be overtaxell before it Is strong enough tq withstand ther extra iBtrajQ Youithta CfmPanronJ J tiATl3FAt L HISTORYi AH animals ruminate which nave hQcns anjl cloven feet The ff rl1ioJ two rabbits mlght in teii nrsi umber 70000000 FlylngfKb have bednknQjvn to Jjunip lenjfeet libovelhe saztevi the sea Thenjqfna bithe m pt punctuloS- litiIsIiitbe matter of s annual mfgra tionv rTJicjuappsedebr has thelatgest horns oaiiaUuiai Tbpy often weIgh from lift tdilxtr pouifds The Jiojl hud python hare the largest numbpr of fibs of any anlmalsth nUberbe1ng3Opalrs Some1 Xevr Mrtfs nptSbly thi blue uacepmpli8hltbevh61e t ctheir migratory JournejMn ono sfupefldou Strort I The reindeer can endure more than any orhoi mbMt animalll except tte camel A vJpOecr hasl been knowato pUll 200 uundattea mileg tMr f twelve hbant p HcJ If fAndwe t 1rfr iAnyStyle a ft l11JPr n II Callandnidkea must make ofioiiern GREEN CEMENtAt EAti d ROUGH LUME1- DRESSED tk t tt kVMB l0 Jt SASH and POORS h LATHI and SHIN GL1ESP4 t tr 4ir CONTRAdDmG Anything in the building lne at the SPRlG FIELD LUMBER QOs Yard t iiK CALL AiND GET PRICE f 71 L EiGRA s L s a ilfrJ J yF i pfni r3t tti944 Acres p rSOlIappr6iffy-y TJO tIONF JoeedOOSddy Januaryi4 03 r i Sharpdl on the premises in Washington County Ky about 7 12 miles frrra Sprinjcfficld1 torn the rbaiTnisI l J tracts as follows VIZ ir iTrace Mb 1 cduvafos 5l4f Ken K 100 ji jrbfWl fcb j if irsfTt class boitottilHiiT audabiJi 25 cji wuoUid thbie iiI bueirits 1 d tViitafl Ti t1hi LwenpcQflitsSt OftV1 ilQry brick i idue tlgm rjacgd ocjais Jtld 1cellettTiact Ni 2 IJil1s21r jM JJIDSJlfe 9vii Mr traQtrarati8rr titage ndrtjiIghtt k pki Trreabllft75iC ib 9grist it iLivdton35aretof wklcl- iidb ttoin IIU fliLLIWo sr LQ emJIJJ1u p 1 r II TI act Npr vfttwii islQOdaA P t aud ii san BookYSaio This far1t r his about 9P a e1u grass fe Pi ctItiVtidajttv- uich rfbJ1 v 55i res bOt tin J1j tufl baMnceiuOodisd V t i aOJ 4 PERSONAL PROPERTY 1On the same jayrH the stbch and farming ImplemeBta wIirMttt te the highest bidder Tire stock consists of rseB nmleBcowij hetf HJlh8J- ur which the following ia a partial list vizt htfltl t- t Twelve Poll Aligns coWs 3 Bull upalvt s 2 2yearoItSWers4 Mfttft Coit- I two tau old horse I Blaak Horse registered boll 9 2yiir oMt fIsrt4 i 2year 613 8te rs 8 2year old Mu t i 3year old Horse M seep bse45Bull fiToiie year bid Ilelfera High Qnl t Polled Angaa l wk horMl MI4fi 7 Brood Mares 1 4year old horse 11 ows and phjf2 fltllff 4 aMlS taM old 1 ioraefcpit W 4 fcS5fc Thcmnrntng1nplomonts nra lohlotvs vhf I SfcCm ekB10eiI f 1 ck eye mewel wagons drjils plows cnitlvttorau4 allethi4Lisi4Ms nec sty flra first olas8 farm v d a The sali of the personal property wLllwBiat 9SQaa rao the 1lilJwkw terms viz 625 and up3er Cashiover2G xpOuxjlI fyrfe BdtCvMftWkiH aM4VpayabIevlnbarik Vf h6per peD interest and preyed tt i SjCTtie sale of the RealEstata will begin stM cJ sk4UB e J1JtermBf viz ion third Cash and balance Inerell pavnblu semIallndally with Hon and sfeet1t10fpwjaasIertopay taxes for the year 1903 VoitY f t SBafttYi1t4 Af S xecutcr underthe wil1of AnQhIrls if dlffrCAPT T D ENGLISH Auctioneer v t H NOTE MondayJannarv 12b 1903 11 ociacJeXx afi Bjirifrliwfti will 11to the highest bidder the family reard noe a twtitei tak threfotiribs aura groundalso orsngIefrajne residence PIDELJFI Rt1sl S rlfAbr gr c f AtLIL 3e One ofMrB StaateaI Het ri Once LfasbIUhabfe woman iotjjpw port tixprejsscd BlUibetiiriQady Stanton n fete that t wainot n cel3lBM- arpr ar baii4touiiks tiraWie Titliilgiilfitii president ef W seiaa Is looked at ter with mW jtwprls IYIy vv slit said tthere Wei wt mnirty peopta fit our cOnvcnts atkirw- ere tt the hall last aLghtasdrti- It J lainojv tuodett tic tosice a seeiIks spwch inttldi t coatsnie thitt tx- hibht ones birermI aa sLIGthiIiQfliRk a PblCld la tbfrSstMaiet setlemsn J t i It 4 A satasos a titt f tt 4Pitttthtripeopfe WtS + Sr a =a- pattt JHJ1yrr alRiuerd15 boiu trr the goveMmut sbuiI JRt14tyI1y 5 flhis l Ub beip a Jew bowutmI ts- 1tline A iit wt- 1IO10L m- aUSrIWI York pi Jl Ja BURTON- IDPTDNTISTb i tsrl EXTIACTEU iJiJJ IIkJraedf spr frlJQqcI 1 M a1 W rk Strictly 1 Firtclaas J lff f ft IILd H kAMPTON r JOF1OE j S 1XI00I kiffp KY t4 LiRineharts for Oy r Peoptes Deposit 1i OSsbqirs 12 to2p1Il p rrFGRIGSBYif + tOPtNEYATLAWt I 6ijrFLACEMAKING 1 U Ileceaa That Ten f the 1 ItiIetheArtftklBglrby means so old an bioetry u JK persons rappose r 3nwre no probf that jt existed prevl Watei tliQ t1tc nth century and the iirk Wil palnfihg fn wWch it ap lilt rJrno aIa1liA1 the Lacdeny aTTenlce painted by Cas legrMfeilWf I AvywBCfi Mman of the Adriatic was betrothed to a young and beautl fal gklof neotttJ1 isles of the la t goon IMustrioas as she was beautl fn the girl made a new net for her loVer wh took it with him on board kIaboaTiflrsttlrnebe cast It into Ute sea lie dragged therefrom an exqul site petrified wrack grass which he hastened to present to his fiancee But war breaking out ie llsherrnan was fgpyx d lato the BerYlo fhe Venetian t iiy7 tbf poor girl wept at the depar tvirff ber lover and contemplated his I ktt gift to her But while absorbed in J following the intricate tracery of the wrack grass she began to twist and salt the threads weighted with araalli- NMtds itJiIch hung around her net LIt tft by little she wrought an Imitation eftKe petrlficatlon and thus was created the bobbin JacejWe Owe tile Rat to Asia We owe the hat to Asia for it wvsln ithat country that the art of felting Wool was first known and from thi saost remote periods the art Usca- rned oa ytle orientals IQj India chIna Burma and Slam bats are Bade of straw of rattan of bamboo of Ithot the leaf of the Tallporf ftHm and ota large variety of grasses ji 3b JJ pano8o made their bats of pa per The modem hat can be trated back te the petasurs worn by the an cleat Romans when on a journey and katwItb brims were also used by the earlier Greeks It was not Hijtll after the Roman cMQjaesi that the use of hats began in I t Ssflaad A hatte of blever aWutJ It tlwaaldidleof the twelfth century was tiricm by MM of the nobles of tbe land FraKeort Mcrlbeshats and plumes 4 which were worn at Edwards coUrt 1340 when the Garter order was in Btituted The merchant in Chaucers Canterbury Tales had on his bead Flaunderlsh beaver hatal1dtrom that period onward there Is frequent mention of Ute1t hattes z There tttght One of them went over and wbls pered to the stranger who had come in wd taken n seat I beg yo rPurdollhutt1 lalsatt- Hr1ngofwotkIJlgwlmenmetto I pNZaInt I a1 a trivellBg preachers wife sttJrreltraBpr IM they made her the president of the KtetlBC Chicago Tribune was enattaji uioncy to y iiu anti tuc hardest mpoey to save is that which D1 T1tenniedOh1cngO News PA tWIT 4 The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the v farmer Wrong feeding is kwst Right ffeedihg is profit J iii jhejiptodatefarmer knows t ttto feed his cows to get the n1os milk 1his pigs to ge- tthqmosporkhis hens to jgn e post eggs Science Butthow Doutthchtldren TAre they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped a I 1futi fc3I Nhey fM 1iiirandivcakand a blood f idodif there is anemia I Serbs Emulsion jis anixed 1ccihe Cod Livef Oilin it withes tiesl1 blood andmUscle pie LiieandSodziake bone liid brtitf Itis Ine standard T 3entifi0 food for delicate duldren Shifrse1we ia4t ccSi Scott LHEMi J1t N r w r jTOWN TFT ili I I Local t1ppsIissI or Illterut I ThZr tndLtt1IIi iut Yourself Friends 1and Acquaintances L L DollsI of all kinds at Currys Gojto Isaaq Curry Jor Holiday goods t Fire works at WhartoniTapp iy StyihMansfield atcheapetprices a s kA1s a candy at Gurrys tr j i finest N 0 Mblasses made for sale by J6hn GhaderVi 4 Dont miss the dressgoods sale at Mansfield c v H Bananas Oranees Lemons at John 0 Shaders Prunes 5f iOcabd 15cper Ib at John C Shaders Buy your Xmas andies nuts and fruits at John C Shaders Fresh fruits frail fine assort mentat aHertleins confeclibn Jery Alarge sotthicSoiive ir Biria alrCurrysr Calland see iit If you want a uice country Ham you can find it aC W Hagan A nice line of canned goods at rockbottom prices at John C Shaders v A nice line of toys for the young folks at Wharton Tapp Mayes Saltrising rye bread bakers bread arid rolls at C Hertleins Always fresh Sacrifice prices to raise money Very tempting to pocket books at Mansfieldst C W Hagan is headquartes for allkin of fre h groceriers His stock is complete Ladies take your produce to AWBagan and get the highest price in cash or groceries More money than goods Therefore it will pay you to take your produce to C W Hagan Dont forget to call on C W Hagan for anything you m y need infancy groceries His stock iis complete If anytime you want som thing good to eat call C W lagan at phone No 58 and you can always get it The holidays are hereso re member C W Hagan will have a large supply of holiday goods andhis prices are right Why pass us by We will save you money if you will give us a chance Try and convince your- selft CW Hagan Why go elsewhere and pay more money for goods A trial proves Task no more r C W Hagan Well if you want something nice in the iruit and candy line you can always find it at CW Raga nsWatcbt1iS window display Boys iffyou want a nice bas ket of fruit or a box of candy dont fail to call arid sea O W Hagan s stock Gosh boys he are cheap Kf v Yl Boys remember CLW Hagan when you get ready for a nice basket of fruit You can almost buy them at your own price Quick sales and small profits is my motto i Rev W Ezra Sutherland has accepteda position under the State Board to do evtfngalistic work for the Christian church fur the year 1903 His work will be confined to Washington Spencer and Taylor counties C M Wiseman Son Lead ing Tewelersef Louisville have just gotten out anew catalogue embracing everything in thi Jewelry line If you want a hand some article suitable for af Christmas present at most reason able priceswritefor a catarogue 182 W Market Sfe LouisvilleKy 43tf W V A young man by the rename of Hooper who lives In Mooresville neighborhood left town late Tuesday night and in- oie way ran hip buggy off the bridge below Jarboe CamtH bells mill nd fell out breaking TafoK ItboTe the knee He was br BgQ teck to town where DM Lampton ed BoBrda et- J 4oFIGsiII 1 Try r box of those fin e chocolate atUohn 0 hadera Fresh Oysters froth Baltmore and California Celery at Joseph A Shaders CSdiej iissesand Childreps1 shoes to be clpsed out below value at Mansfields =For the finest and best cakes and candies for the holidays go to C Hdrtleins The Washington Collegiate In stitut will ropnn Monday December 29th 1902 t Hot Cicolate beef tea and otherw t rindrinksserved at aU hours at Hertleins soda fountain Call and see my fancy line of coffees efore you buy From 10 V35iCeiits C W Hagan 1 To clbse outt Balance of stock of cloaks skirts and millinery goods pee bargains offered at Mans fie ds Go toj the new grocery of Whartoi Tapp Mayes for fresh c ndies and fruits of all kinds for Christmas For 000rich homemade black cakes call at Hertleins They are better than you can make at home and cheaper Our line of staple and fancy groceries is strictly good and fresh Trv us- Vhartoo Tapp Mayes The Springfield Baptist church has calejt Rev Charles Douglass the retgular pastor and he will hold services here each Babbato from now on MartinRedding an old and 4lj5 respeci colored man was stricke ahd fell while in C J Haydoi s drugstore last Friday and died after being taken to his home I handle Gunthers Plows and other c lebrated brands of can rflies Something extra nice on hand especially for the holida trade C Hertlein Tne entertainment given by the P j Dramatic Juh lit the Pleasai it Grove sclo jl llthe on last Tu jsday evening was quite a succ s in ev ry respect The receipt were 55 A large cwd from Springfield went out For Christmas gift to my friends and customers I will begin December 20th and finfsh out the me nth give 20 pounds of standard granulated sugar for 100 c ish Notmore than 200 worth old to each customer tor this iiJ ess than cost C W Hagan LOST A ladies black pocket book containing about two dol lars aId two silver rings and a watch hum Supposed to have been ost between Springfield and M oresville on Wednesday Decly Reward if returned to W F Grigsby IPro E H Crawfor of own announces in this issue that he will be here shrot ly to conduct a Normal class and teachers or others wisbing to take It normal course would do well to communicate with him See advertisemeut in this issue The1 carpenters drove their last nail iithu new Hotel Walton on Tuesd iy evening and tne paint ers un plumbers will be out to mom Landlord Thompson has b gun moving furniture aid the n w iiotel will probably be open or business by 1ew Years daYf Ma tingly ODaniel i Co mule buyers received a number of fin mules here this week They sought of J SYankey 25 head it 115 per head and of John F and Ben F Simms 25 head tL25 Lheyalso bought a lot ibf Watt OBryan to be de liver d next week Mr Isaac Curry has sold his business house to MiseesMattie arid adgie BroATi for 4OOQ Mr urry as soon as he can dis pose of his stock of groceries conte nplates buying a Washington county farm and engaging in th pursuit oftheplow The public sale ofthe 1arm and personal property d j A Dud geon took place near Simms on 4t aturday aid was well at- tendl and prices realized were good Tbe faym oonUiniog lih IJIHIHORDDELTIsT OrnCZItxzaA3tT Bt1IUq Pwnmnently located sPRINILD KY for 4T 75 per jcre Capt lt6r peingtabout fran 1st wrih hia family for thej South sndjie expects to- go to Colorado in the spring The entertainment given by the pupils of Prof 0 B Graqts GrantI school at the Opera House on lasd Friday evening was quite a success and the large crowd in attendance greatly enjoyed the exhibitioni Thepupils altshojw a Iraming that reflects great creditoc their instructors The pay Pqcahbntas was par ticularjy weU rendered and till of the program was weHcarried out Prizes were offered for the best declamations and among the younger pupfls Lora Yancey won first and Dudley Robertebn second prize In the competition among the older ones Miss Annie ClaybrooKe carried oft first honor and Jack McChord secondt s Mr James Cain died at the home of his mother this place on last Friday evening afteija lingering illness The decfSteed was a young man of noble character and fine and scholarly attainments Several years ago his mental and physical health began to fail however and it nacossary to send him to the asylum He never regained his health and several weeks ago he was brought home IQ die For several years he was employed as bookkeeper for the firm of McCbord Robertson and later on served in the same capacity for Cunningham Duncan The funerall took place from the Catholic Church on Monday morning S f Turner Dead Mr ft F Turner an old and respec ed citizen of the county died at his home near Texas early Tuesday moaning aft r a long illness from a complication of disease VT Turner was a largeUndowner and a prosper ous citizen und enjoyed the re spect and est m of his neigh bors He was about 75 years old apd leaves a son Mr Loyd Turner and two duujghters The funeral took place at Bethlehem chinch yesterday and ws larLe Unattended Couft Day Sales Triere was a fair sized crowd in town on Monday notwith standing the very disagreable weather but transactions in the livestock market were not very brisk there being only a few head of cattleO on the market Auctioneers M Campbell re ports the following sales 2Q yearling steers at 1680 per head sow and shoats for 2500 4 heifers at 12 per head ene filly for 4075 one plug horse 40 mare 34 plug horso i3 23 head of sheep at 285 old LioN 18 cld cow 21 50 a good corn binednare 9550 mare 50 a combined horse 85 2 steers and one heifer for 3525 a 4 year old mule 121 Col R E Whayne makes the following report one cow 1650 1 6year old mare 8675 weanling colt 2225 1 dry cow 20 1 male 850 1 set harness 8 251 buggy 650 2 set harness 10 1 buggy 1475 1 buggy 525 1 buggy 3 w liwwwowW WWWiiI I Teathers of washington County There will be coijicted in Spring j S cj field ibis Winter during the months g January and February a Teachers IIof NORAL CLASS t f2 Forfurther information consult Supt i j Popeii E H CRAWfORDf mm m iM m forS M Karrick 1775 same l390 same 230 old harness from 11 to 5 per set The shirt busineas was slow and the damp weather was against the watch trade The Colonel is in the city this week and parties wantipg his services can call him up at the Willard hotel Carried The school bond issue carried with a whoop the vote standing at the close of the polls on Tuesday affernou116 for 10 against There was very little interest taken in tbe election probably due to the fact that the advocates of the proposed issue felt confident that the question would carry without trouble and consequently only enough voters furoed out tQ vote to insure against any possibility of a slip There has been very little oPpo- sition anywayto the bond issue and many of those who bitterly opposed the voting of the direct tax for the graded school came out as advocates of the bond issue As soon as the bonds can be prepared and sold the funds will be available for the tmrchas ing grounds and building a suitable chI building PUBLIC SALE At the Hard House Thurs day January i IQOSJ of Household and Kitchen Furniture PlicLlCSAbE I will on Saturday Dec 27 1902 t inv residence nearMacUville on the Sp ingfield urnpike offer ttff sale to highest bidder my house hold and kitchen furniture and farming implements consisting of plows harrows one cultiva tor 1 Deering mower 1 binder one bay rake one corp sheller 1 buggy a llot of bay in the stack three nice heifers one Jersey cow and calf and many other things too numerous to mention Sale begins at one oplock Terms made known on day of sale T J NALLY Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mag P Thompsqn deceased may receive a settlement of same by present lag said claims properly proven tome before January 1st 1908 N P THOMPSON Administrator NotJce All of my books and accounts have been placed in the hands of R H Mullican All persons in debted to me will please settle with him OSCAR L CURRY a Suitable Xmas 4 Pre eqs1 Smoking Jackets I j Umbrellas I Silk Handkerchiefs Slippers i Chatelain Bags Miiv1er Nve1tfsI f Kino kcar u Ienders1i Bd IEAUTIFUL RUGS land iiumy other useful Articles now on d splay at i I SPRHteFIELffS tMDM TORE a2WhrePdc s am Always Eight I OBERTSOLBRO- II IE NALJ Miss Margaret Hagan hasrL turned from jOloverport C Mr J Young Mayes was ia Louisville the first of the week Scott McCabe is at home from t1OlidayHoward Goatieyis at home from State College for the bolt says 4rs John W Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown were iI Louis vine the first of the week Mr John Taylor and wife and son of Louisville are visiting relatives in tne county this week Mr Ed McKim and Bobby Shultz have gone to spend Christmas at Mr McKims horns at Carrollton Ky Miss Gertrude Shader who has been attending the Spencer ian Business College at Luis villeis at Home for the holidavs Messrs T Scott Mayes an A E H Mullican attended the meeting of the Eleventh Judicial Conyentio1at The following young ladle from the Pleasant Grove neigh borhood are at home spending the Christmas holidays Miss Mabel Thompson from Louisville Lizzie May Gregory Paris Mary Dohoney Lexington NotGo All persons ihdeb ed to me by note will find their notes it the Peoples Deposit Bank for collection and they will confer a favor by se tliot same when due s M KARRICK Two tired boys Claud and Will Drewery aged thirteen aud eleven respectively trudged into the office of Acting Chief of Po lice Pat Ridge yesterday and ask ed assistance into getting to their home in Owensboro The boys bad walked alt the way from Springfield where they had been living with an uncle Mr John BurDsSiDce the death of their father and the dissolution of their ome at Owensboro They are malting the long tramp at the instance of their mother who wrote that thelcoutdre turn to their home in Owensboro if dissatisfied with their lot in Springfield Louisville Post The boys left here one day last week A TfeHSu4D Uars Iwtt ifGitjir A H Thtunet a well known COal operator of Buffalo write I hive been aUectd with bladder and kidae trouble for yeast patting roTcI or ttodea with excruciating pain I got relief from rtepiclue until I began to lIke Focya Kidney Cure and then the rcsnlt Mas surprising A fcWdoM tarUd the brick dust lUke fine stone and now I have no pain acreSJD y cheat and I scsi like a new man Ii ba done 1000 worth of rood Hold br Wood Campbell Pie Supper The pie snpoer at Mtt Carmel schoolhonse last Wedoesday night was a comply success in every particular A large and auen lye audiene was preeut to share inbe musical treat which was given by the Boston brss band The sale of tbe pies was put off tintil 9 oclock so as to let everybody gat good and hungry Dr Napper in his excellent manner had the h ys believing that every pie vf as very delcions and the way tb ywero sold made ev ry one think he had lost the beet Ole The sum of 1116 wu reafized on thifiten pies w ich will be th ovninto dksKS for school nouse Record Nasal UATARRH tIIIIejwaWooMWHj BM dMakh dl4 abs itesAtMTsfi5S5w575sI skh1y sbs a4 Is sbuisL dI- IssIiMtsg fflRISTIASPRSETSa For BOY8Gi18tJ enand Woien tbs latest Novelties the Cutest Toys the great est variety and tIl lowest prices i r COME AND SEE THEM J ZManIcnrelatest deigns theloveliest shelfornaments 1M t Guns Toy Furniture Exquisite Perfume i in Boxes and China Designs Prices are J Rockbottem t I QONFEOTIONSANDFRUITS We will have all the market affords atprices ihat will surely catch you We hay a complete line of small delicious cakes Ifyou want large cakes any kind baked leave eForders Buy from me your Bnanaspranges mixed Nuts Figs and Raisins Par your sweethearts we have them put up in fancy baskets Now give me your patronage and I ifwill show my appreciation in the proper way 4 I4 JOSEPH A SHADER WB JUpJteJHWJL1lOIf VPreL R Owxx C cwtur MB frt Home Tobacco teehonse to 1NCORPORATKO Ii NOT IN THE COMBINE Auction i Sales Daily 4 lonthsSt rage Fi1 1J 1 PETURNS PROMPTLY MADE 4 JooItIitONCIENCIE Q1caITci 624826828 WMAINTJlltEET r Mark Your Hogshea k hHwne House LOflSVILLEIKY t SAM SULLIVAN GENERAL AGENT 1 II e 4 e I We Invite Your Inspection of I OUR IMMENSE STOCK I We call your especial attentiOnto i W our great variety ot Diess Goods wr v 54inch all wool chees at 40 w 4ft ft8inch all wool figured blk goods 40c a TTF w 38inchJ all wool venitians bland and colors Oc S- g 384rhal1IWQI Zibalines blackl andJ I SS5 56inch Meltons blk and colOrsiFg uilJ o it 52inch Wool Corduroys 1150 Jj1 52irict all wool Hop Sackings black M and colors 125 wS 1 tf 125 P- 3 52inch Pebble fljieviots blk only 41 tiA great variety of Waist Cloth from XS 12Je toS125per yard 100 peices Outings 5c to 20c 50 peices Mannelletts Tic to 21 t ft Largest stock of Mens and Womris j J Underwear and Furnishing Goods N f orjW FAILf N INTER r evershownin Springfield Our stock 4 of small notions is complete See our new Belts jGolf iQloves Shirt Waist v Sets BeItPiis etal ChatelJiin Bags Beaded CHatelain Bags Cushion 4 Covers etc J 1- zjS iiWe stillllead iinlfine Shoes with linns for men and D ewSeJbyCbv Shoes for Women and StarShoe youhavethem L j We are showing an ttlecant UnofJ Cloaks in New Markets Monta Carlot 34sJAckets etc lENS AND BOYS SUItS AND QWIOHS- Mens all wool Suits 1 5 Mens Prince Charles Overcoats S6 T Youths Wool Suits Youths RagIazi OvscJChiidf ens Wool three piece Suits 3 Childrens Wool twO piece Suits a Children s Vester Suits 150 j Special Bargains in Ment Coats and Vs asti Odd Pants k Wt tHbo si oinurCEEP 41JtUG aOPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT If y ot aee4 wytfci 1 iP this line dont fail p visit us We are giving the BhuaRekte t fe to buvers Dont fail to call for tfeior TlMf see T iasbIS Cunningham DUKSIB f p I Wliiiton Lt er For ue iW1 Pt jV4n nelen sitU4p j6 iqd jolical attention in HTOwdta0MtafeOfii to the exc1uiihWU ifcs TIM President and4ongress MepflX olOUIJtIey d9r t b4I rr jl qrtBhtian wHl Miciofc fl7TIQIi tiOI1t Mon i6e 14ns- tiJI JL ts1 jitid bft Ani iftB amutadoni at Lc d m ter1jii to exert their utmost t iwngsboutssTbdrs W1rJ th3 Hagas k4buns1- I4 01 dllenlties which 1Ve jao ed Germany and Britian to i block tile YeBMuelen porte IrrJl trtwLwid Italy lp1W hilrk4 e1ic i 5ALU doUbtn Iar that tJ d Mm iwtMuc territoyy by ame 1ocit1flte rallthe creitor to- Ibithefullanownt o their k1iTo the bsnkrupt tre- aIotvesetue1a i1 IJ isao Rtfthat there t ilMb io fbyQoDirt f rtQiQthe Sotth A Mewitiruibie before the holiday Z4 LirIlJi The rofayect was brought i w io the Sent on Iuesday J qfti W4taT XOC1ltiYe55ISiOfl3eitor 0ellooiaii chairman of the Com1lMittei n Foreign relations 5k4lJy cmtlibedi ibe tftuation and thelA1ibeAblto effect a itisfttory etlement without lifrinliaJg on tke rights of thy I Bacon1Sfefiipirt4e rat onthe same yyisjinifiiir voiced the confidence iqjtfeif party in the admini tra 1ip aJad announced that there w yl A be BO attempt on the part l i rats tqembrrau1 the administration Senator fiSliw Jiiuyour eprre j pojidejit thathe believed the ajf 2ja1r llpakye progressed to a Ientl by the time Congress fe eonveosftNew Year to per jilij oignece inslligent imderj jUMilihi of the situation 1db that the good offices of 1iiited State s rin behalf of i Arbitration wiHhye preyailed by tbattime There have been twp pas sages atanlji between Senators Quay ntB vrage oathe fiQor of the Bemate6Aer the territorial bill advantagefsbeen gaiad by either side Ubotti parties to the contra 4S r r y claim that victory is in i jiffeU By ttuttial agreement J flfsiXifefer consideration of the bill t ijia been pOstpoeduntn after fae holidays when the measure iiriUagain become the regular 9r o business Sf ijato r Morgan sprang a sea- Iwtibnon the Senate this Veek 9rJiiSstite nt that the mem- r 4ers 3f the Isthian Canal Coin Tviaii tijm still continued to draw kLs r t Sfets laiies of 1000 per month 3 4iaiti givinThe subjectmuch A1 the majority of the sen JNorslias supposed that theltcom tl lonbaa been dis barged r ghca it4 had tndered its 1lat atporttb the President since Bichnifiie1fi hSsTird nb duties I pckfqpi ncPtbeywee great a4j id to learn that the 9btinud existence oj the com 1i wsqtingth govern vtent at lie mte of nearly 17000 fp0 ifyear Senator Morgan 4Iurthstated that dnring the tLljyear the commissioners had aMirbjttttwomoliths on the is halldMit they lad received ex 1 ftAi 4 IairIi t1vj uasaWASTI CIJj i Lwm 7 mIm ia t iibbcdi eiid A woiaii It- tmpd 1704 eigtk by aocial dmt 8ose da wketis fran tWa wuto atr iith- o wek rvoaI IaerabIe r wssk iierv rdowu womes IjYlrcs ayorite reicrititio It Sar tb iipMitequiets e sir4s eves re1reshIg lp It cnn wien itrOZg sIckwosuenwe1L So 4oib you hforgottenebt aer- id eIer wlfl rtmbv siiVflA5NIIEMOC1fl5O2387IkAIIiII 1th 7fI I WfN cosIor tt iyt all smsi t d si2tfr atI1 I II ui Mdi1 Ileaitnt Pii OIbWeak M std to CflflIOIt Dt bv 4uftw Alt Dr Skk ff i ache FOod doestft digest well Appetite poor Bowel- scstipated Toogc coated1 ycrrPilimi PepSaJIJiMness Aflr- ugtociebocbsbflr fI biow or rici t Then u YJS1J prare funds ip tiie auiewit 1o75bo9 Th Schator jntro- dicad tbillJijRiUC U1 lrielpt UM conimjs 9iil1of5JOOOi per ywr allowing them actut- expetiia d requig thi they aaake their licfiqullifrir ati the TaJhmul tj Bi iiflpOVtflt anjtifercmttng arguntnt wSipreseftt6d before tbeStiprblns Court this yesk in connection with The lameus lottery cases which are beiug retired and which if statjainecl by the court willI have an im portut bearing on the trust questionj TBe point made is that tbe Federal Government has the power to Control intej ftate commerce injitsjrojidest sense In tnis instaace to the extent of prohibiting an iiid v uals carrying a lottery ticket from one state to aJlpbertbe th o ppnenfe claiming that such carrying is not commerce and the prosecution proposing rthat Jail intercoursa is commerce iin theSense meanti by the TOIL stitutiom ilf the Couf t susfeinsi this argument which is set lorthbfi Assistant Attorney Gteueral Beck it will enable the Attorney General under the saH e 1eclsionto pjroe cute numerous trust cases heretofore supjiosed to bewithoutthe jurisdiction of the Federal Govern tnient r tAril AND NATURE rh aBce vouch Fores of Methodical Development j There are really very few things In Mei In the world today whlchjhaye not foreesotn1mcxr and women themselves are the besfrexamples of this all pervadhTg In fluence The beasts of burden and the tureswhlcl supply the world with animal food are remotely different from what they were In the beginning The work ot breeding and fraipijig baa added beauty and usefulness to the birds of the air and the beasts Of the field and the same upward tendency Is noted In these latter days In the flow irs which gladden life with their love perpefuto know that what may be called thg sophistication of flowers has robbed them of nota whit of their native charm There Is in the sensuous odor of the American Beatty the magic to revive In any mind attuned to the heart of nature sweet memories of tangled ymca and wild roseS creeping and blooming along country r dsThescent pf the rich and full carnatlonwlll call up inn moment tender recollec tons at bprers of spicy little pmks tended by loving hands that have been folded for years In dreamless repose In the regal chrysanthemum Is Seen the amazing product of brave little as ters which came to embellish the door yard with the first chill ofautumnand after all of the summer bloomsba- dper1she1ansas City Star Economical Mum The native pointed outo the stran ger an old man who was passmgj That maD said thq native f beats the world on dose figuring- Makes a little money go a long ways does heSWell rather In the winter he put revolving dooii Info a big building that he Wi1s8nd he never took them out again rail summer j economy4Exactly Bather small and mean I liould- th1nl she cost Of taking out and put doorSooght1otto and their patrons a lot of unnecessary labor v Tbaf just it explained the native Hes making them work for him lor nothing Why he stores up the power generated by those doors anduses It to run the elevators Why the man is close that be doesnt get mad In summer because be thinks his anger would cause him to give out heat that tell seed in the winter Chicago root J Hvelbure Betrmrc HI tSometIme agO a reglsteredL accag9 sent from the New York PostbTflce cOOt dlD ja large sum of money was Tecelyed at Its destination apparently intact but on being opened waS found to contain nothing hut waste paper Busprdon could not Be directed to any rnecilerkoUhe many who had handled it The Inspector bad often noticed that the glue pselat each postoiOce Had an odor distinguishable from 4hat of any other He Investigntednlong this 41ne add was finally rewarded wten in an oce near the destination 1nldenUtrpackage and a glucpot gn thC counter He caused a watch to bo set upon tho clerks In the office In the usual Tray and finally caught his man spending a portion of bislil gottvfi gtins- 1C1erSkinntr e tJJ5rpt mean trick jhIs wife Heiiild ieFlf she learned bow to cook hed gIvlier a 8UOIS Siimklno1itt she iearnto cook ddetTe8i bad then lie sUPried her by dIscharging tke cook pefrolt Ftj tj a MMP ftJaftIMr ttYfn fctthat Miss de fiche jilted to tJiIw irchaocl atl1eriatlMt tOtand paid for too ky zoruapesT- b e nun WM fmnaot blush aid who bj fefUat of tear baa reketMd k Same uv l 1S EXjTTLIdfftPER st+ 1CHAtpERON Ia 7f rotJ1l4jS rdlff 1412ISIiII I4tI I1- vry tthe Eeadnefdiiih h4 begun to talk about it iTbltf did sol make Jb Faxton feel any more chertuL Tibe utivIttcd at eery l turfl by a lynx eyed and indefatigable utwolrenltZmer hotel wefe nIlln game- adIng su1t41njnrj qp to the tbbrd Saturday In July Mr Dayldson had beennIdeal chap eron Sne avertlged beelbeadaches a Wek andthse demund4seclusion Ii ldnitrcnMain ntr ti1 Int wJtLOtbiudo1ngers lennorMont1goera on thedtm and shadowy porch Sbd declared that one chaperon n sailing party was sufllclent so as young Mrs Baldwin never got seasick while Mrs Davidson invariably Sue curbed to the uncomfortable sensa tloinihe gay llttlb bride went with the young people on the Bonnie Belle and Mrs Davidson read the latest problem tovlI on the hotel porch But on the night Of the third Satur 4aIn July Mrs Davidson underwent a furious change Vigilance was stamped npon her usually placid ten turoe and she watched Elednoi as she expected the girl to be kidnaped and held tof a ransom Simultaneous ly Tjith the appearance of these symp tonjB Jim Paxton Joyfully anticipating7 jthrfet weeks of Eleanors society arr rive at the Inlet Eiianpr clad In a fetching frock of white mohair with a spreading cqllar of dsep blue that opened to show her 1thetagOncttbut diaphanous gowns had yielded toi the Inexorable sea air looked limp and colorless beside Eleanor Jim Paxton recaflefl with a certain pride of posses sion ithat he had never seen her when she jjrraB not well dressed He could vetPreslcIingd Paxton plate and the damask that the Poxtons bad for years imported from a certain Dublin firm Af er be had greeted her and IncR dentilly and perforce a number of other pople of nq consequence whatever from his point ofvlewheretlredto his room Thojflrsit thIng he did was to take from his grip a small package wfariped in heavy white paper Next cams tissue paper of faintest blue then a deep blue ease Just the color of Eleanors eyes and last stone that blazed against Its nest of satin like a comet In a starless heaven Its nervy sure enough to bring thIS 1own he saId turning the ring to thfe light But I dont believe shes Io UE vllfl SITTINa TK tIER TALKING fiwiru JEAN been blind all winder and shes not tbe sort to lead a fellow on He laid the jeicasel on the dressing table and boaitto It seven photographs of Eleanor anda thick Kunih of letters They seomod to justitytho purchase jof the ring Then bi dressed for the evening Blip Ing the ling Info hIs pocket wIth thelhought Til have this on her fin ger before fortyeight hours have passed rsIbmethlng had come between him and the lr1of lila heart Before the given term bal expired be realized that the something was Eleanor chaperon Then be sat down calmly and took a t J111totbt9Ck Eligible Yeargood family Excluslye NqV so much so JTSropiot oatbe scutcheon that be knew pf BicbJ Yes muchr better off than f the Montgomerys and in a conserve tlvo way Rather good looking well j dressed always belonged to the yeq ulale number of club oMhe requisite Btat dlngp could leaJ a german was a Jfalriyr good whip never had been rec ognized as a bore Great heavens Wit did the woman expect of her I nlecies fianCe Frtr bow could lie btifitv that year Women as Well as Men Made Miserable by Ill Kidney Trouble trouble preys upon the mind dis epurigea and lessens ambition beauty vlgot Ju and cheerfulness soOn b disappear when the kid t neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat 1 for a child to be born 5 afflicted with weak kid = neys If tie child urln atesoo oftenlif the urine scalds the flesh ilfe the child 9reacnes an age when it should be able to otttol the passage it Is yet afflicted vlth Qfthstep should be towards the treatment of unpleasantttouble t thekldnmost piolsuppose- Vjjmen as welt as men are made mls fabilrjrflth Sidney and bladder trouble reedyrMI SwMnipI at is 90h realized It Is sold bP iVyccIfts In fifty cM ana one Jollarr i youmair kvea u Mftl by malt his slsopsaipMetteil 5 stout tti Inchidlsg many of the thottiocids lOt lesttm nlalJ lett ti received It 1erCor a iL ff v tc is rlcu ow baeaeoFuucic nad trjfled with the heart of Wjnnli JBlake ly now MIS Prescott Davldsoat How could hjj know the bUterneas wIth which te sensitive girl had watched tho llluslonsof her first love affair tall like a mM at her feet Ske had known soJtttlelndJ bQ o much becnabrolddultugtnpMfnte1nnrl e Vfig attacbmcVt lb eet1Itir niece atM young Paxton but from the moeutOf b 1rh lshe devoted herself to foiling lila every effort to lb t alone witb Elpjjnon Her headaches niy tlrlpiisly dlsappeared She assum ed an Interest In sailing that was dili gently 8ipported bra newfangled cure ifop seaslcLtrcss At tbe bops she no longer batted In the dowagers cor nri but ller eyes patched Eleanors ovcry inovemcut Clambakes became a source p delight another capacity for long walks discouraged the resourceful nmy TJVO weeks Tvere almost gone and the rlrig tlHiay Ip his pocket He was slttlngon thepfer talklhsVlth enIl Brown Eleanors most intimate friend There was a twinkle In Jeans eyes pill taking courage be poured hit- froublein her sympathetic ears finally working lilmseIf up Into a fine fury Diplomacy diplomacy urged Jean when he stopped at last only low over from lack of breath You rc go lug oh the wheeling trip to t10IOlnt tomorrow arent you iyes but Mrs Davidson even rides a wheeL WOn Imgoing down to the village now I believe I can find a cure for her wheeling fad Personally ffblnk Its bad form for a woman of her ago to ride eve l to protect her niece Goodby1 Jean went away smiling and Jim felt strangely comforted That night when they met in the dim corridor Jean slipped something into his hand It wEs a gray cube and It felt like pasteboard He glanced atr her curl ously The uqtldote for an overdose of chaperon Ill leavq the rest to you When the bicyclers started out the nt morning something was wrong with Eleanors wheel With commend able patience Jim tinkered at It while Mrs Dajrldson looking remarkably natty In her English made suit watched the rest of the party steadily growing dimmer down the firm bench road At last the trio started and at the first smooth stretch of road Jimmy of cried Eleanor a box of the best If shedbeat him to the PartY now round lag the c11rs She was off like the wind neyer looking back to see whether Jimmy was gaining on Jier Once she thought she beard a feminine scream not jinllke Mrs Davidsons but she did notdare to look back When she dashed into the merry group at the Point there was a chorus of questions Where IB dear Mrs Davidson And Jimmy Paxton tear breaihlesslyt after her explained Ilng that Mrs Davidsons tire been punctured at Hie first bend in the road and shejd decided to go back When the PaxtonMontgomery wed ding occurred the groom dJd the un conventional thing He presented the maid of honor with a souvenir of the occasion for as he explained Jean you gave me a five cent box of tacks once beside which this mea sly sunburst pales into Insignificance A Story of John Randolph The Philadelphia Times tells a good story of Jotn Randolph tbat descendant of Pocahontas who figured so bril liantly In congress as a representative of Virginia He was once accosted on the piazza of a hotel by a ypung blade who had been boasting of his acquaintance with Randolph and who thought he could bluff tho Virginian Into speak Ing to him before the admiring guests of the hostelry He planted himself before Randolph and saluted him with Good morning senatorl Morning replied Randolph without the faintest sign of recognition Flue day senator 8lrtItEr What Is going on senator persisted the cad flushing under the rebuffs of the senators i- I auf srl Wild with indignation the accostcr made a detour met Randolph face to face on another part of the porch and planting himself firmly In the way de clared jI never turn out for any low mean sneaking contemptible puppy I always dosaid Randolph mildly as he stepped tcr one side andcontln ued his promenade Slozarts neaulem One night came a stranger knocking nt Uoznrt dooj and commanded Write me a mass for the dead Surely my hour Is almost come said the musician I must write And again camo the stranger in the night and asked Is the mass for the dead ready for the playing The tenSion of toll wOe tightened The Hannpnles Jilted with such rap ture ujoniy immortal spirits know did their utmost The musician lay dead with the requiem mass laWs hand The next Ittlgbt came the stranger querying 95 tho mass for the dead complete In the wpnder and majesty of the stars the seven Harmonies went tbelr way Their light left a qulTw of light like that a burling meteor streaks across the affrighted sky The soul of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart winged back to the place of souls and the body waai tumbled Into a paupers cra oagrnvo In whldb twp otlfers rested very humble and1 much worn with toll No stone marks the Jot The place ias been forgotten Mrs Er W PeatUejln tlalntlc Unappreciative I think my dear said the proud mother as the daughter sat at the piano and let a fejrthrlHful thrHlie cape we should send Mabel abroad to baY her voice cultivated All right replied the husband and father and tire farther abroad she cultivates Jtth betterChicara news Without a I4glst- ILlmost extraordinary nil British lighthouse is to be to ndon Arnisb rock JStornoway baya rock which Is separated trom tbe Island ofj Lewiij by a channeIloveriBOO feet wide Ontbls rock a conical beacon is erected and On its sttmioilt nlantern is flxedi frQiii which night after night shines a light which is seen by the fishermen far and wide The way In which this lighttrj house is Ruminated is this On tbel island of tWiSJsa lighthouse ilT from a window in the lower a atreim pClight Isi projected on tp a hrorI- nMLbe lantern on the summit of Arnklj rockTbetconseq e I that lofall t btent and purposes a 11hUiCM ej 1stsW1ch baa neitM lantcnt D 11ght kesp r I Ifaa01l Dyspepsia Cure DilesbwhatYOJIeatnIl thelieoftoodItgnever1aIlitoeurethe food you wane The most wneltlv IlDftItOOiDdJofcared after erenrtblnf else railed Itprevents formatkmof gas on the iton esttnDletlngunneeeesryPleseautto it Mmt It ylHdPnepsredoediby i TbeHtotUaaontalMViUBieatbeHeite0 HARD QUESTIONS Spate of the 5ups er7 Kilter Occailoaallr Gets snsorrowtuIIIc weekly paper After he had written both questions and answers for awhile the public flirnlly became warmed up to the Idea and begUn to send In ques lions in whose presence the encyclope dia itself was nil nerveless and trem bly In oiio Saturdays mall the follow jink letters were received addressed to the editor of the correspondents coll limn Pear Sir Where Is the universe Please t lLlAnDear Editor How does a cofpufjelo duV tJrtromo germ and whr I eZn find nothing ont subject In our psycholojglee Yours truly FRANK EATON Still another read Dear Mr torIn our examination paper today the teacher had the following question Mention the Various func lions I couldnt do It VfJll ybupleas mention them Thanking you In advance I am yours most truly CLARA E JONES These questions may look easy but if you think so take pen and sit down arid answer them Minneapolis Jour- naL r The Enemies of Wild Sheep Wild sheep depend for greatest protection on their climbing capabilities They travel where no man can follow and often in climbing use their knees Instead of their fore hoofs Their first Instinct at the approach of an enemy Is to Start for the mountain top aiuiing- ltposslbleto get above and keep above the enemy arethlambs suffer extensively from these Wolves are capable of taking down grown animals but in snulmer hunger seldom Induces them to make the struggle and In winter they prefer lower altitudes There are many stories told of the lordly rant dofng battle with wolves Which are on a par with the story of leaping from dizzy heights The old rams qre cunning and in this lies their greatest safety They are perfectly at home on rocky lledges where the wolf is not and if they can gain such a position they will with one charge hurl the wolf to the rocks beowA J Stone in Outing rBrown and Black In one of the middle cities of the United States there lived a local wit and his favorite butt Both were prom inent clubmen and enlivened the same social set One was named Black and the other Brown Black was immacu late In his dress while Brown was careless often wearing his finger nail in mourning tad an aerate collar with a full dress suit But family connec tions excused his shortcomings One evening the pair arrived at a reception and met the hostess simultaneously The two names mentioned together BUggC8 7 a borimot to Brown but the openin was disastrous TIiec9iora are very much in evi deuce tonight said Brown To which thefr hostess replied Yes I see they are and If rumor Is to be credited they are fast colors No no broke In Black Brown wont washArgonaut The Company Reason An amusing extract from a Belgian paper gives the following incident A woman whose husband had lost his life InJ railway accident received from the company 10000 francs by way of compensation Shortly after she heard thata traveler who had lost a leg had been paid 20000 francs Thcwidow at once put on her bonnet and shawl and went to the office ofthe1 company Gentlemen how Is this she asked You glv 20000 francs foe a leg and you allowed me1 only 10000 francs for the lossof my puebandl Madam was the reply the reason IS plain Twenty thousand francs wont provide him with a leg but for ten thousand you can get a husband AdnYu SaST j The Talmudic writers tell us that the blessed God gave to the first um In paradise a staff which hair been created between the stars Adam gave UtoEnoc1tEnoch to Noah Noah to Shorn Shorn to Abraham Abraham to Isaac Isaac to Jacob Jacob carried It Into Egypt and gavc It to hfsnJoseph When Joseph died his house bold goods w retaken to the bouse of Pharaoh Pharaoh took tile staff of Adam which had descended to Jo sepli fronii tin first man and put it uinoug his special treasures Slow the Novel Ended jlelcn Why Is it novels always have n good ending Sue Welt the one I read yesterday didnt have a good ending HelenIt didnt Sue No mamma threw it in the fire Philadelphia Record J OrlKlu of Ilponlcr Ant Indiana man whO was being Jalinted about the name of his state Hoosler gave this explanation of It UWh nthe young men on the In diana side of the Ohio river went to Louisville the Kentucky men boasted over them 11I1uGthc9new purchase greenleq and claiming themselves to be a superior race half horse half alll gator and tipped off wth snapping turtle These taunts produced fights In the market louse ned streets of Lou svJJltt Ori one occasion a stout- bully from Indiana was victor hi a fist fight and having beard Coloiael Lebmaubwsky llecture on The Wars of Europe who always gave martial jjrOtvCfes fit he Germln hussars laafight wftb the Russian Cossacks Pf9pouncing hussars hoosiers the Is dlanlan when the KeBtucklaa crii HrjtWHpM up and s dJI lass booster And hence the thdlanlila- weresalled brtt1iAttDUJ e Thia waits true origin tu 1n the stats wb n wcearrodhicaco CIuonSde pi Wo proaptlr obUIn U 8 and 1 Ssott JDOdelaketch lDftDtIG JormeboBo11 and RAn 1 Opto U 0 oentI WASHNCV rl D X = fJI- ILBURSIITHH BJtNS COLLm E Teachers Clerks aitl Tarater boys should pursue the Baslaeee Shorthand find Typewriting or Telegraphic course at Wilbur Snitha Business College Le ingto y Hg refers to 10000 successful rtaatei Ken tucky University uprna under seal awarded graduated Over600 students from 20 states tbk year The demau for bis graduates at this time to fill positions exceeds ih supply Tbfe ee1tjfYQ1ilihayeauyldea College this winter p sprlag WriteI Immediately for a turgfl III catalogue to W B Smith LexlngioK Ky PreeIIIt there iss piano in 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