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aiorHiB Site says Bob T m better tel yonr mother B rt frti asbin bimeby W lcktket1a atklH er othtr Ja teli we digged a oan o worms A rigged our hooks an slnkern J 4 a Ixed Bdmafloata an worked SUe liar J sWi1 Ukc a coapto pUIaker Thrpsgh ia1 backfence aNOWfl tn tone 111f11 As tfeere wbea Silt bad cut our poles Am beth o ir kooki was baited i Wtt apoB owr bajt an then We Mt dowa liU and waited 1hy tgtii awfal bfte 1 fell be was crazy Aa1HeII till I git the 2G lfIIf JteIdalJVW K fraMM thpoajrkedth line A ewMg k la a cirutey tMB Iw j ltedaToghlng Goshl Yi keto hdsgoIdbedturk1C TIRRobIIaAnda InLIppin otti Mkgaziml for ApiII- UGFSTIONSCr CANTED SThe3 1 county will meet in regular session on the gecond Tuesday in Jtnis month and among other things will tike up ior consider i ation the county tcjad and urnbpike question Criticisms and 56 suggestions on the subject hayo een more or ies freely offered on the butsidtq during tnelst t- learand we are tiuttorizeS to state that the magistrates will toad to have any ciazenwhd has a suggestion rD remedy for the growing 0vildf bad roads to offer to appear betore then apd he shall be heard The rdad question is a mattbr In which almost every citizen is restedlandauYQnewho y l north tryingwill bo wel I eo Qewith his suggestion The columns of the NEws LEADER are open lor the publication of any scheme which looks towards o solution ofthe prOblem it r So Seehere remark rUST citizen Iron out Irrthu1 county beidtber day I notice t you town people are making such a kick ttbpnt the bad roads out in the country why ont t you say something about the great holes in the streets right here in tho town of Spruigfleld Some as bad places as youwUr4 find any where aretn the roads within the town llimits Our farmer friend iiti about right Our streets are in a bad enough shape and as far as any one has heard there dont appear to be any moVement being made tol remedy tile trouble and the town certainly should have better toads than the average pf the cDiinty turnpikes t ltT40UiPY ILL PHEY ORGANIZI the growers s1r jourjey tobaccoS into an associatibn av6wedp pose of fighting the grinding methods of the manu facturers trust is rapidly gain lpg ground invsptte of tbe pro verbal disinclination of the iar mer togoiutoany kind ofor ganizatibn even where it is plainly to his own interest to do SrI Promoters the Movement have been at work in Washing ton county and Tvhere the plan is understood it is gaining ground The plan is practically the same as has been success fully carried on by grain growersi tofIyearlan organization that controls the Biarket tprtceofttheir products and pwyides a market JorthH same independent oftruStsor cpiKbinetf In speaking pf the idbuccp growers a writer says The farmers ure at last awaken Jjig to a sense of the iojustine done them awakening tolhe fact that they have tim means at afidto rgantze and co operatE keniogto1Ittef t ire eat more wealth and power tbaa 4ruitrepzeent i awakv eniPgi to the lat that business all branches of industry Is 1d tictCd differently now ItemliU gO1an1thatthemselves they rmust avail them Ir selves of the modern imeans and modern methods of doing busi ess t tHreat SensaUon There was a big sensation in teesvllle lad1 when W H Brown of that place w 93Sexpected to die had his l fei saved by Dr Ktngs NewDr goyery for Consumption He wriies I qndured insufferable YQurIeffected a coin pie te cure Sun ilur casesof CunsumdUon Pneu monia Bronchitis and Orip are numeious Its the peerless rrc oiedy for all tbroat and lung troubles Price 50c nndlO Gnaraptned by 0 Jv Haydon druggist Trial boitles tree That coigliju bavcmay get jydi- itheut treatment and itfeaynot a ypu afford to take the chances when you know serious luhg trouble start from neglected cOUghs Bertlr grit a bottle of DR CLASS COUGH- YRUPand be on the safe deSold y Wood A Campbell jf All who use Atomizersi in treating nasal catarrh nrill get t ebetot result from ElyVLiquhrCfeam Baitn Price inciudine spraying tube 75 cts Sold y druggists or mailed by Ely Bros W4rr nSNY New Orleans4Sept 1 1900 Messrs Ely BrosV 1 soldtTbbOtJ ietof your LlqnidCream lmtcia uustomer Lainbertoor 141S Dma chalae St New pfieans he has uCdr the two bOttles giving hirahvontfcrful and most sitisfactbry isuGuWI M Duff Pharmacist 4 Lnbanon Locals J From theEnteiprheS fl rMr Madison i3alflLrdngecI85- ears diud at the IwneQfhis sddrinlaw Mr James Cissell near Holy Crpss Sundaynight of the iutirmiiies of old age Mr Ballard was a prominent citizen that section of the county Enos Heightye colored WhoI basbeen working as a waiter in the OlRaver House dining rOom was Arrested Saturday night onI a warrant from Harrddsburg charging him with malicipus wpuadibg Chief of Police rhompsdu who mad the arrest oolc his prisoner toHarrpdsburg Sunday night The asIgnmont of J H Bick ettCo1 vbo conducted a gro eery confeclionery and restau rant which occurred Monday was both a surprise and a matter jf regret to a host of his friends H W Rives is the assignee The exact amount bf the liabilities and assets bavecot been agcer tained but are itrgea- mesWi1IIamstlib lived on the Lebanon andjSt Mar 7s pike met with a sad misfortune last Sunday mornins While he and the rest of hisS laraily were at tending early mass at SI Charle churcn bis house caught fire and was completely delstroyed with all its content which con stituted all the unfortunate man possessed Before leaving houie they bad banked the tire and are unable to account for the origin of the blaze Mr Williams is a of Wash Williams He has a Iwifo and three children By hard work and economy he bad built Visi little home and jits loss was a severe blow as he lost also all their Qrlothing provisions etc An ePort is being made to raise enough by subscription to help him build a new home and the appealU being mer with a generqus response hy chatitahle sympathizers A SwccfBt1i is a Dev raliing sign xof a healthy Btomach When the breath Its bad the stomacn is out of order Th re is no remedy in the world ecjtzal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing jndigeatiori tpcp5IaLandaU stomach disorders lJainsfXyrifeiforyearitried aUkindi of rcmediea 1jat continued to grow wors By thgII rise of Kbdql I began to improve at Once add taking a few boftfes am Jolly restredznwcighthealthasdatrengthI digests what eat and makes th- tozcwt4yd9nr i NcIon Notui- Fr m The SthOdScI IS LjHoucjb VsBoso of lChpli- Jast rJi IDIuppe tsO rlerlw4 s pf trainedsad4ie horses to BOS f1Ie rIMrJohn IV Wathen li Jllbought the prpperty dn the qdr tier of Fourth andMarke streets ijryWprrellflomMrsEIiZ Mr Wjalheii gfits lJOFS ssionotI his new purchasp next October Mr Walter S Tjangsfprdj of it Boston has purchased of Shelby county partiosl thefouiearq1d t saddle bred stallion Highland jDare by Highland Dnb1ndam Mable pare by Uhester tt Dare No 10 Price not given t 4SSMr Mat Ballard 1Ahome othis soninlaw Mr James Cecil of the 3alltdwn rielghbbr t hood lust Saturday f alter a long f nets Mr Ballard was neof1t the oldest men itt Nejsbni county J belng 9 Ly e ars o f age and he wltt wellandJavoravbly kn uTbe o burial took place at HQlt Grpss jastj Saturday t i ExSheriffs S PisliipppdughlJ of Mrs WiE Money helbotelJ property including i twostory brick business house apd a lotpf J ground consisting of fivff or sixb acres and ktown fts the Davis properLy al situated in Blopin Is f1Q1dfor 4i7 asht Mrst Money will probablyl trenadye t9t Lexington where slip has pCchased Valuable property l Mr Wm Lamb ofMeaLeltd udUiJuhctipn and Miss IMjnnie e Masden oIiuear WilsdnGreek tb wert unitedin niarriage at the 4th qiidp r at4ert M itTayloj Masdenf Wednesday df last w ekt A qejighfuliecopI f tipn was hold afber vhtqh LJO j Imppy coupleJettd Jiherrjuture Jtdm near Lfebanon J unctdftt JrrLamJbjsK prporus Ilrti Iteril ffObbed ike fVCt 4sla tirngjiricV qeD ilr Gt by JdbnOlllver pLPhUaaeipfiiai as follows was loan awful conditipn My skfn WMalmdSt yellow eves sunken tongue cod ted pain cdntinuallyin rJandsides no appelile gfdvijpg enjkordayby day Three i physicians had given sme up Then I wasadvI c to use JSjec trio Bitters to mygreatcjjjoy thd first bottle undo a decided rnpcovemont continued bbtr i use fdr three weeks andam n oWt a well map I know they rbfabedl viotlmfNoOnly 50 c gtf j gudrahtped tQ J Haydondrngstore r Stiff neck paius in the stionldrs pr limbs is a disagreeable trouble anyone is Ulbl4tohnyc these aitwena which are often produced from cod or exposure The uss of Dr Clas e V German Penetrating Liniment W1I1j give speedy relief Sold by Wood it CampbenI f For liver trouble and constipation There nothing better in creatllnI Than Little Early Risers the fa mous little pills They always effect a cute ai4 save 1doctorLittle Early Risers are different from all other pills Ihey dqi not weaken the system but act as rtonic to the tifsnet by arousing the secre tions aud restoring the liver to the full performance of fts functions ua turally Haydo- nSmallpox at New Havon Two cases of smallpqx are reported in the Now Havtn Section of the county The victims arp Mr George Thompson and Mis Lena Burcn Miss 1fis a daughter of Mr find Mrs Nacp Burch and it is said she conr LoulsvlUe1iMr itor at the Barch residence and Uis the supposition that he betr came inoculated with the ailment there He waS in Bar sfoNd illMondayl J AsixyearoId daqghterof Mr Ed Dawson or New Havon is jreportedsutTeriDg case of diphtheria Standird r UiiheaU kidneys produce mbra suffering an than polblytfr manyd other cause To feelwell to bCheaiJ HytheBe organs must be T01 restore unhpalthy kidneTs to acttoi there la nothinf that equtU GayUba llf1s recommended and used xinly arf a remedy for dUcabed kldueya Sold bjJ- VooJ CjimpVe II k LI Trouble In ihe bands The Harrodsburg ddirespon dent pf tbeDdhyille News saysr Thetown has had aJ goodly sum added to the treasury this week owing to the falling Put of Cam p hell Nool and Primary Taylor two boon companions ynknowi to the police these two were run fling5 gainbling houses butSatr urday thy unrreiledSand jn re yen gre both JJreach aorlthe other one Taylor got wind df the trou jle in store iforiifm and skipped but Noel was caught whatwulto havq a Titlle coKpany Iii his misery and ojetid bisheart to the city dfflblalg The resale was tarranfe for the arrest of umber of men hi town rspme of thom gamblhIgnd Monday noon over four hun ptotbj sdand stood th frrflne rattier thart Jet the thattercdweto trial It is said some of them even shed tears but wheVh eroLrepentahce r of fear at tfriafng themselves in the hands ofIt1ie police we have not bead 4 r lqiBfAB11 100 Thercaderiof thUrpapct yill be pteafcdt tttt earn tIStthere Is ait lisMt uccireaded discae that science lias t1n le tocnire iu lljlti stages and that li Catarrh Halls Catat h Cure the only posKlVe cure now known i the medical fraternity Catarrh being acanitUatiotial diitfcjuie requires conatltmlon4 treatment iJaUa atarrh ctrer a tkea internaHy act iug dlrcctfyt upon the blood and mi bydetMyirig1 eabl giving Ihe patient strengtht l btiOdlnjjj up the CQUBttiiiioH and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors haye Tso much faith in c r tl eperaih t they ouert ue Hundred Dollars for any case tbatlt ails tocurc Sepd ipr Mttoftesttm6i ala Address IV J JQheney COn ToieaoO 8old bldr ntts75c lBal s Family PLiIs are the best I Pflniolla i Eob11ts7errorsS By Foeys Houey and Tar If stops tho racking cough afnd heals and Strengthens the lungs IftaVen fn ttlmeltUvUl prevent an attacitfof pneu mania Refuse si bstitutes Qld1ly lwoQd CambehIS Ca ForiCl fn fbe pleasant to take aJd harmless One etiateftagrlppe btcacse itdoes not pass io mejiatelYintojthesstomacilbut takes effectrightatlheeatiofithertrdnble It draw out the inflamation heals antI soothS and cures oermanently bv en abiltig the luugs to cootrlbnte pure llf Klrjng and llfci fuVtalnlhr oxygen to lle blood aid ti suss Hardon TrA9d In 11dCrfl- A LawrencebuVjET special say- sEraTayes aS t91 llnsl nt Iy kiUpd by John Strajige j last night near Kaliardj ten mnes souttt ot thfsitciyli Telpptibnel messages give conflictIng storiw of the tragedy Strange married a sister of Kayes several years ago and it seems there was some objection to the match on thp part of Kay s and bad blood hadeqisted hetweea them ever isince The Strange household retired early Saturday vintngfd end abQ t i0 dclock Kayes VJDPdkedl on the door and demanded t d miltance3 Strange Basked who was there and what hevwanted The replytltiRsaiclr was to the effect that if was1Jomtofhi8 business aiifftbaf ifttie door was not opened immediately he puld break the dour down He proceeded tocatr1 Iblsihreati into execution and Strange jumped fro1rhlsbcd and grabbed1 riled Qiit ii r vie Tftry poorly anti could hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I tried AyerIiSafapaHllai arid H only teA two bottles to make me feel V I WlI MfJ N SSwI Reyrlrcetoft Mo Jjlf Jd WanyQqlrleI4 t It go it1l1lYiU fptlrt e Why Yotir blood J impure ifiis tjic reason Yu are living on the harder 1Intoff nerve ex hiustion Tate Ayers Sarsapari1la and 1fet fV14tt wi him il k yar do4 e h think t Arrt iartU Xe ksws nw1kHp aMIdatuw Mfli 4Y916Qelli 1mcprJA i h f = F his shotgun As the doth gateway and heXU hcdihtbktho room t receivedtbrie takingeffcSti4 his bowelSj completely disemboweling him apcihpother tearing offlhtearm f range went immediately 40 ihehome of Squire E H JJowec and surrendered himself He lyas brought here this afterjiboh andtncarceratid in the cQutijy- JaHtj Strange IsSi years of age and apAarmer He bar5Dgo d repu tatidn ICayes was 40 years pf age and also engaged in farming Ho fssqryived by his wife dud ouechild The surest and Safest r rcmedfor crei8Ki2net1eUI r Deathe f n1 At aboutxJjopiopkbtfthefaftQil nodtibf Friday March 21or Jjfuat thtrlyrtwo days after lie had been stricken doWn ratliaaiel PrThompson one pfWashiugton countys most ynlued citizens le1yonafrom the paralytic stroke whii h came tp JimVpa the niht f AtiFebruary hocU ing suddonness and he had lIdini in dl semicbnscious CQndiLOqat his home io tho county over since and although alt that medical and tender nursing could do wits done It naIled- notingand atj the time mentioned above a good and noble life went put andonrcpnimunitly and this wdrld has lost a respiact ed und beloved citizeni f i vasbotIlipthiScounty Fehwicif rcbt nary 22d lli4 aridcpnsequenyiy was just onft jaypaSt 59 c rs of age when b e was stucVen do wh i He Was a son of tlIelatelJttdheltThqthp- son t Wbowasllimselta lifelong resident pf tHis county Afteri serving three years fn the Union Arniy beforef Jlie had reached his f frmajprity Mr Thompson returned taihls county and engaged in farming and in November 1871 ensrita ri d toM i Alice Leachman who is a sister to Mr W Hi Leachman of this county and to Mrs W H Sweerifey pf Lebanon Mr Thompson had been a successful farmer and stocktrader and had reared a largo family of children pf vhom he was ever an Indulgent and kind father1Mr Thompson had for a number of years bo sidesbeing engaged ill arming been in the business of shipping live stock and was associated at the time Qr his death with John- S Yankey Watt QBryan and 4v l3POthtbe1firih beingknown- as PhornJson tf yankoyCo- lI as allupr1gitJtizE in al- lofhs dcaIingjWIth bis fellow an aiii1e4true andcoils- lsthriijni g1beinA fithf- jLwmbeisof tlie yte lan cbtiichl utP1llasant Guce Be- sidtis tfalLbfull andling wife hrkt1iclj1t rOIo1hn9hilirensurv1vc l James and Nat P Jr and Misses Bessie Mdbjeatd Nal1ntq 11i1tl thlscoujilv JudgQ Japltt r SomeMiIIEir tjr j weniintoago mills grinding fpr oU shall keep and use a sealed hat Ibushel and seaJatoushall ha fined five dollar for etkmdandagainst him shall get tbe iripney which may be recovered before grainbrouti ground La theonlec in which lt comes The miller may take pneeighiih tolliora 4watermJll onesevettft form steam rnI11 aiid JbetakdI1nwmoney H t Nathaniel Thompson skill W Tbornpsoi Of r diaiiapolls and Jylra B ttieGijcjfstLO- UIS are the only brothel and sister surviving HIS WAtt RE1C9RD tbissixties Mr ThOixfjsonas among the first to offer his services to tue UnIon nctn4thoigh then iItcf fs xt agehadUnion army This pccarred October 818Bl iindpnsNbvem bcr2ist601 hew t mustered in bDPoIHi i Kentucky Infantry pfwhich th late W H Hays was cpipaifl l Seth Bevil of this pjacet was tfcpe firqt caotairr of his company and Thoinvonibrotherof sketch was Lieutenant apd after Tvards succeeded the ajtatny Mrrr Thdmpsbn fblowed theftti Itqncsofhls regiment which be longed to the t4th Army ftbbrp and par icJpntQ4h thd bdttiesbf MilisSprings Obickamaugit and all through the Atlaritavcam todnysioaJand slrfrtnishing After A littlfi over three years of hare servteo to the effects of vhich so many older men Had Euccumbfedybung Thompson was brought home t sick aid was afterwards given I anatD1ljtI Post GrAl K of ihiaplaceand always took a prominent part in G and Army affairs Itwas Jn tTftshington City last September while AHeaflingh i annual en campmentof the G A Rtbat the photograph x prpduced here with was taken o hwnsJarte1ylnttenql from this county and Irem a dls tancc Took place pt Pleasant Grove iresbyterian church Sundaymoning and the service were par tictpated in bytbeC sonic Ldge of this place p which the deceased wai i wtoSntr Rev W T OyerstfeeVih Jar pastdr pf the chu ofe pt the funeralsermo vftkilir beautiful tribuU to tW i 1tQeJ John Wte QtU1I Nrtohn S Yankef Watt Oryap 5 lof THr 5S tp wtA1I ii I WDER r AbsoIPwI 7Nt5MImwE f y r Thbs 1t NallesThcJaIsRleby and Thomas Duncan hV rti Imain were iriierrei iiitbt fajlr r t tlot at Pleasant Grove c iaeferf mr I1ka1ucI tj ttiTeres notliin like i t j thing thoroughly 9fjall tl y salVesyoueyerherdofEackS f lens ArnIcaS lv 1r iiw bse L t J It sweeps aw4y aii vr fiiMhM if tSores Bruises Cjit it B iitillb V 1 cers Skin EruUos ani Pili V pt Itfdnly2 5 cancl goaraattfi Jtgive satlsf actlovl y C Jw Ray J don Druggist V 3ls I A C1itai tnitl t f1i i Robt JEi1kor e th iRead Houer r t OsMtasSgaTcaa icrl4eaTkri at t jBcrit in qte1s 1Ieiaatti taV5 Hkm o IB at1yo herS4tajn 3Tn iw Clte4 Ji for it multiply worfaifraa4wsL ftlcombined1 SH br TTeod A Cap f bellS rv V WaiNfItfr LJ ilI m rtfl CJli if ville whoitwil1ber s tdef charge fembzj jiimt J taken backtb t a pjttc d ia iJail wagvep a tziai g j tago and immediately votgiilQii bythejury iy t f Hatchtt tA Pc says 1JIt Mi A Lu i Jones Of tto nJ t I5iorse b5jriess together JYtZ h0 was to lipole after the and Jones YlAfl tiismoneyf Jone4 sbipe1 jtvi ihirjtythorses ir toStr tUi1tMacon There 1b kpituc fi i echit some time lieforts w tljspoed otJ pdscese Jiiiyy ex He 7i Jdledttem to thell8t atha Ijut tQ t jOUfi1 i3tqd JLwc nvrI HatcheW says H jlet kaewn c ncV a charge had ietefe atede obt againsthirai attM t w Ie WduJdh vrolu J1 tarnjf goitoSMacon to tace it and jS bnhj1m 1lt tedbyoordg anriited He saysthafe bbocdchecks wfresflcittoezra- te him froi J1i wpfwro- ng4tloi g fi Mr HatbtLt iiaionc IrwB Utcbctt1 pridnot4t Macille Bankv aiad Jtds tciime with his pr at r- rbdttIriD ocr t f iPQLICSALK j J k h At At our pl44 i dk tiw Mrtfc A lironEf the wMetg fjfi Dg- Liek iesrtsp4ke iiIeIMbali ro1Wilsr wilt r Lbiddert Saturday A4wi4Sl j i beg nninrftJo o kCMlr V consistIigof27S t y I less shin grasexc aut8 jt facres g i II f h use s Wclc brn f ng hoeas t 4Tenacre1bf44j oflaooatberijJcpuptj Will al t yong well bred ofot nisboS coW soot io Mat theifer on ptesisiid baimss plows 1eand frmln riientf aridla tot of bona koM k afrire1ilfHittipBip H IriIalfro to itd two kwII1sixp tte lt1Ie 35ilit cash t for wsoverSM iMUt 1904 pik tt H AROINT Jd 4HARDr J t PoLeysKldeer lre If taken fn r Htneaiforda secHirity frotn all kidnt IndblWder Jiiicase Suld bj WuoU tCampbelt L TflENEWSLADLV IIvyaw Y1v al 1 SI AIIN vso I waGpIIaLDKY I L L DAVI30N jrt J MlJi Niu a J iii h L = hiJti i Ni a4 I4W MM 1tE b f 1 4 ALJgbir1P r lIM ai iududuU flPI I tti1 k wu7sLCsrMPhLIIiS pJM h ii Y jpMDAA l Pot CIr JUdD r r h c I I tM i i I flI1Y saUCE i l gI sM trthi IIM oreM M lhs Iasa jklal n 111R1 ea UIte iiiit et 1IrGS ad 1Iwac- J ei DI1 wJUnr S aui3 I ii CALWI PAlrrrJsQx i 1II ctl etCIJa i r h WM IeY J1Eklii r totuIIs r == 0rs1 ind wasii- rDOeISUCpd y i Awttot1XYN 4 1t if 111ee v i A 4tiab r i r C Si lI11 IflUklw isttbsactIi gA ItS Jaonewr- rtMll pd- VF rIoior1 It 1 w uaU bi iiZTRCICaIOYl UNtO1 fce tIM IMIIUt for cllfuwil1iMtai tMi etlt r Ilik 1Midtibt tl ttocrMs pcty Iir W Mt wrthortaed 10 aOIeI z L DUEIIAM Ute feSI SK r 1q ubjutt 1M aei et Dt ais rty JA tbkn3114IsL tIWriet UeMe Uti ii ss t WjabJSa Mario 4 rad Q JrI1J I l 1 j crCIrcttierk1 4 iTtf aft a nitini uiq r t MB PM CAMPBELI a Mii f r ttw oflc of Circuit e Ot Cji Wg1tG1 county i Xiiibu if clecUd will b+ l byRobtoe- v1 J 4L If RpcacntaUe- cEf t W SMrMrilMf CMl to MBOlBCe- M WIfctl jftf D CLAYBROOKE aisv a e for the Iie MiMto for ttk fc jJapvaiit1vrf laI ik kMra ijy i pI0 loIT4 jfkMwi statement at the concliiI i1 Jt of The Buriiclr inquest J paSUCt1IT charging Arthur K PsII with tius rnurderof Ed Vk1 L Burdlick1He declared kufl had a stronger motive p 1 VjtlMUa ay one else for putting X ir iiriick out of the way tJc 4 4Q i rIM Pmidtnt started from cf aaiiBston ytsterday on his toar of tte West A specialI ti jJ 1rtr1B of six cars will carry h triptli Ki e weeks a dtbre days wlI1 fT lit i qbired fbirthe journey t h i 1a TiM Siiikinff CoKioiissipB FFrakort burned 469O do EY wftk of redeemed State bonds TJi g a 11oidtd debts- nt now T7 tosly fi8000 and this am u jjiV wiped out withint L tedayi Millineryl a hive s lUUary etabH b B t im Qocpectfofi with t T0C9tPottm ad hive brought jl 1pJQ line of noW spring WV7 iiyle in Hats and Millinery j toJ1tvdbr by WiN J4attif Crown w Hr a CIOWSON Polin Ky iI iiIIrW te IIILJ Ii ItIMbIy f 1 at iutijsipoibsii i JICMIIrIImERI q It7 tisabud B aM- pIO tMr IIievw IIf W 5 at u r 4 TWT jUiinu1Pi N 1itIiNews From TheCounty Ji k I =bie Aas th Caty Pp1e A I a RfMft4 by ur C rrMp 4tiit LII o Hitetw alJraoh1sB seoJohn Lemchmani Is confined to a rooorwitn erysipelas John Shtwmakar bought a sow from Fonza Settle for t15mMiss Ida Goebr is onthe sick list also MM Josh Inman Born to the wife of W T chmau of Bloomfield a six ound boy Rev Hobbs of Maokville reche here Hundny evening atS oclock Mrs Bertha Miller spent Thursday with her cousin Mrs Anole GodbyaMrs Bahie Settles has return ed from a visit to her daughter Mrs EffieHines near Litsey Mesdamaf Kate Litsey Zelma Brown J Belle Hagan Eliza Do honey amd Lizzie Reed spent Thursday with Miss S 1lieFltz gerald Died at his home in the Pleas ant Grote neighborhood March 27th 1903 Mr Nat P Themp son in his 59th year He was a devoted husband kiod father good friend and neighbor and a true Christian He was laid to rest in the Pleasant Grove ceme tery March 29 funeral services conducted by Rev Overstreet sympathyIcommunityr Pleasant Hill Ntws is very scarce at present Miss Bettie Royalty was yisit tag here Friday night rwasjrMackvillej l Messrs G W Shirley and i HerryGraham were in your town last Monday Mr Cefplius Royalty bought a ice horse from I P Johnson priceii g The weather sliil continues un settled and the farmers can do very little work Mr Val ise Royalty of Antioch was visiting relatives here Saturday night tMr John Durr boughVsome corn of Robert Armstrong at 1250 per barrel Mrs Jacob Durr visited hpr daughter Mrs Worth Burns Saturday and Sunday Mr Joseph Burkbead and Ian ily1 spent Friday night at the home of Mr Cepbus Royalty Mr William Lucas and iifeiiorCasey county were visitinjg the latters parents here lastt week FulJIam j Mr James Nicholson ofPoin washers Monday Mr and Mrs Gus Johnson vis ited ittends at Vanburan Sun day Mr Robert Koaltocj bought a horse from Mr Newt Gutslngerj for9Q MrCC Foster and Samuel Hahn were m Bloomfield Mot day on b slnpssa eIr W M Foster bought a fouryearpid horse mom Jerome Calvin price unknown Mr Will Porter and Miss May me of Vanburan yisited Mrs Kate Johnson last week Mr C 0 Foster bought at the Kale of the Hyatt Brosv two fine sows lor 27 each also a cow and caU for 31 pninterseare toIDgnohmeincomplctng the new store belonging to Foster ani Kelling Black and John son will take charge of the new store and will open with 4 Jujl line ol new spring goods which purtralliam Springs J r1NHPiDkston has moved to Ei Perkins farm M A Shields sold 25 barrets of corn at 2 25 per barrel Born to the wire of George Coulter a twelve pound boy Richard Pinkston bought a Mrse from Ohio Griffy for 100- J aoies Grider and family Visited relatives in Anderson countyt 1stSus4a Jfames Shields bought 9 hea- dchrisfroaiDuIayof Terrell at l2prkd fMrs Dor Chester Iis the owcerofah n that has three I left ThV ben Jis about a year r old aud1n1 perfect beitltb Al though a little deformed see is ways on duty when laying and tUng time comes Waterlog We gladly welcome the rural ail delivery tnat is be gtabw soon We ore glad to know that Mrs Will Thompson is able to be out again Mr Joe Foster has movednear Cornshville butwill continue to run his saw mill here 4MissKlzzieHarmon tamed iome aftSr a two weeks yisitto her brother Mr Jas Harmon of Mackyille Mr James Elder of the Pleas Inoother Jay but no sales reported Miss Lula keightly and little aisters were visiting their sister jMrs Will Harmon Friday and Saturday last Nr JT Harmon has sold his farm pn the side of the river where helires to Mr Dee Riley of jFarmersjing and sowing oats and the good housewife is so busy with- erjh pouftry and1 housecleaning Ltthat it makes news very scarce jin this community UN0s FENWICK Theo Fenwckieft MonthLy forI M Comb Ill i Miss Vera Rodgers spent Fri ClByand Satufoay wiihthe Misses Adams Mrs Sarab Logadon is very iill at this writing Bon Spalding candidate for Commonwealths Attorney was here last week Will Nalley spent Saturday and Sunday with the family ofI TJ Nalley at Early Times Miss Annie Logsdon visited I her cousin MrsVJ Er Adams Saturday and Sunday Tom Sims bought of Jr N Gull a black mare for 6750 Mr Robert Shewmaker andI wife yisited Mr Uriah Show makers family Sunday Jast Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson visited Mr William Jeffriesand wife Sunday last Miss Janie Settles spent last week with Miss Jessie Noel Mrs TJ Nalley has returned home after a visit toherdaugh1 t ter Mrs Alex Smith Mr A G Turaey is danger- Ously ill at this writing Rev P F Hennessy filled his Regular appointment here Satin day Misses May Lnnham and Lula Logsdon spent several days here last week MiEtvl1 Yaste bought a buggy irom Peterson Moss of your town for 1100 Mr Robert Mcllyoy and wife werehere this week to liet their sister Mrs S A Logsdon Gardwoll Brrn to the wile of Wm Young March 26th a tine boy weight lot lbs Mrs R A Wilham and Mrs Cora Young who have both been sick for some time are better at this writing J B Peters of Mackyille en gaged several lots of lambs herej this week at 51 cents tor June and 5c for July Corn is selling at 8 per bbl and hogs at moat any price the owners may see tit to ask for themMessrs Kyler Shirley bought uear Willisburg 30 feed ing hogs at abputT crper lb Graham White sold lost week to S Forsythe of Mercer county 1 nice 4 yearold harness horsy 120 also 1 work horse for 185 11 I BURNS II CUTS r Il BRUISES another 7ycaroJd mire 0 JJIjr Stallard of Spciicer county or 1110 Rome Brown sold a nce hortto Forsythe for1Jt9- Severalmore horses hiye chanred bands here in the Jlist few days gong from 70 to120 Rev Wffl Stallings was o guest of Bro Summers Thursday night and preached t- airmon of greattpowerat Cot nishville while here Collie again and stay longer 1OoSt SG Poster tif DugansviB was here this wetkon business Mr S L Rousdell accomjja MrSu1yreSundyi We have no card parties or Flinch clubs in this neighborr hood but we have a Bible Class that has failed to meet but one week during the entire winter beSides the regular reading lesson oar memory class lias learnedl neatly 200 verses a week So you see we dont have time i tto dance and revel play euchre and flinch thus serving ihe devil W 1Jw JJ if jt aInia j poet iI will quit before somebd y kno Tis r Mickvillo H Mr J H Mayes was in Loiu jJsVille last week Miss Mary AlcKit rick iis spending a few days with hter niece Mrs Ella Leuchin n near Bloomfield Jp Miss Ella Cox is visiting refe tives at Tayloisville and other placesa r JQr Murphy a graduate oFbe Louisville Medical College was here last week looking fer afo cation lie was very mifch pleased with our little city Henry Hickerson and Miss Janie Gjabhart were married Jilt W L Yanceya Wednesday t afternoon A new pavement has just bee a completed from the corner 9 r Berry Shewmakers residence to the Christian church Quite an iniproveaent tp the tOwn W B Hatchett bought of A M Ferrell one sow and nine nCharlieRttatcattJejf cents this week Okey Cloyd bought of WW iVilham one lot and the old Baptist church for 350 Okfy will at once build a nice two story dwelling on this lo- tavA WCBUUI taller There are say number of iattaafM os record of wwaea alllas ibly tsito port single banded wbco compeycd tbereto by some exceptional trea4pC r drcumiUBce A typical case ta tltatt of tile brlgaatlae Moorburg cboler trickeB la the autuaa eX 1877 wklle ao a VO7aOt1fJm China to Auatralia Tbe only eRe that ncalC tk tItUeB ewas tbs captains wife art ahftwis baileapped by bavlag a kaby la area to suckle and attend te JIKeYe sleT1tedtlie ressel Into Brisbane a Yoyage of lows Hreo weeks mrs Uon reefing steering and generally performing the york of a full crew white tenderly nursing flit sick during ker spire SBomeota London TlfeBlUj A Lajo Srdsr The proprietor of a certain restafc reef kadIeased the reveres side tsf bb bill of tare to a carriage manuf C turer who prints dyertlsenienbi thefton TN other day a customer la a great hurry ran into tie restaurant sat at a table ad was banded a bill wrong sfije up by the flurried walter Tktcustosjier put oa his plncenesv curled his eaustacue with kU left baud sad shouted In a lcet thunder TIctPriurowiT The waiter fled Lond a Answers reuw Test A great struggle arises IB a woraaai mind when she Is asked what her new gown cot She is always in doubt whether to cut the price In half and dOpbloeJlbmenta Tk Lvekr Mae A Tbaf Jones daughisr with bin Ihei Just abb no be Married r KWkos the Iscky 4AlIjose tJ t nt ricro ei asIIOUHI ia IiUf OriglaaHty a alsipjy a pair of tre4I rcHIgglaio 1tj4 21J iMctitMkvM IiwUBtly iiiAl 7 33IJ wthoatjayU2Iytc tI j1lB1t IISK wM what we spy r SMQcy r r rII as tNaerw ooD178O ri tf For Sale by C J1 Haydpji f 1II AtOoIt 1 t l 11iI LION Ji Coffee IA hat better strength and manysocallI I I samepdceltaottQbe I pared with LUft In quality IIL kILatlgkt 1 ssaipackag iT1- EwoaT Ia tII Lee et Tree One or the workable chaTacteris lice of a tree Is the process of leafage and If we examine the bough upon which tbeJlearea froWthe admiration o fthU scientific agriculturist will be com thoroughly aroused over the per fectcoQslstency and artiatjc skill maul tested In the arrangement of each spray and the exact number of lleaves arranged with the most exquisite art and regularity Every group of leavds form merely llong lines some short and each one different no two alike two In the same position yet all perfect and harmoniously blended that ttaerecaB be no antagonism no same geM and all those thousands and tbptf sanijs of strange and delicate forma grouped together neither confused nor arranged Ar MMM Portrait PaJnterm The famous artist Von Opialoli i oaegrent dominant principle that out of nature one should grasp and hold fast but one thing In portraiture the bead that this exponent of the ecu must standout In ondlsturbe unity that accessories o t whatever kind whether dress or form must distrac- and weaken the Impression that the bead should produce that a portrait to attain Its highest aim and signifl cance must look out from a background of nothlngneslaL and must be shorn of every detail that interferes with this unity of purpose Cosmopolitan literary Haad Me Out An how did you fare at the tonse the bUn lInquired Wandering Wil lie of Meandering Mike Fine replied the meanderer The lady gave me a little of most every thing you could mention Not bash leTe1andGcs Teacher Can not little girl tell me who walCoJumbust Sadie frantically snapping her fi gerlI know- TeacherWell Sadie- SadieColumbus the gem of tbe oceanPhiludelpliIn Press Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well r Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Us your liver II Ayers Pills are liver pills jjheyr cure dys pepsia biliousness 2S AI1dC555ItL I1ml1routcbI III UOKINGHAMSi DYE fir theWhiskers al co I 1 r o Be41OIn the old days when the supply of loaatlcs exceeded their accommodnUnn at B thlehem hospital tbe dlfliculty was not met by the building of temporary ins xes but by the admission of outdoor patients who went by the same of Toss tf Bedlams Aa an old cbroaide tells us Hrbey bad on their left arm an armlila of tin about four aches long They wore about their Becks a great bbrn of an ox in a string or bawdry which when they came to a boose for alms tbejr did wind and tbejr did put the drink given them into this hers whereto they did put a stopple It was found however that several vagrant persons do wander about the city of London and countries pretend tag themselves to bet lunatics uuder cure in the bospitaIf Bethlehem with brasa plates about their arms and ln scrlpUona thereon and these occasional patients had In consequence to be abolished b 1075 London Chronicle B 7p we Play Sail OB Senaar true bishop coadjutor of Ienusylva sit Alexander MackaySmlth was on the way one Sunday morning from tsp Brya lIar railroad station to tje chapel of Brjn Iawr college where be was to preach As bit drive In tbo hired ntntlou wag oa along the country road he saw np proaching on foot a little boy with q ball and bat and a catchers mask The blihop cauiod his carriage to pull pLlttJe boy be said leaning out little boy asIrp returned the lad Do you know where little boys go jrho play bnll on Sunday Yes sir the other answered They fO to Boston lot over there beh- inidmewtin York Tribune 8BifBEEATTIGKOFGRlP Cnroo hII n3 Fot1o tle ofi ChamberlaInS Coughb Remeily Jlastcured myself with one bottle of Cham berlaina OouRh Remedy says Frank W Perry Edlidr oftbe JSiterpriiie boncatIi nightlwQuJdakc In the briefest interval the cough would pass offend I would go to sleep perfectly free front cough and its ac companying pains To say that the remedy actedaa moat agreeable nut prle It putting it Very mildly I badj no Idea that it wanld jot couldknoc out the grip simply bebause I had herer tried it for that purpose but it did and it seemed with the uecond at tack of caghing the resaedy caused It not only to be of kss dpration thAt the pales were far leu severe and 1 bad not used ike contents ot one bottle l before Mr Grip bad bid me adjcu Fertile at H 1ons drug store To Cure TItiLaxative Bromo ft3sy isbiusi8N i24Ji iiW w wwtiliiiwtiwVi 1I a The Faraers Sipply t tttrt i c f f I IaFjj it kJ1fifltt p alMiAet I THOMPSON GREEN k ti 7 Is the place to go with youi 1Ji I3 j get your Supply of i J r c JrjVti j FISLD SDScwTio II- OfJI all kinds Agents for OLD llGJKOKt liri SONS WJI for the Belebrated x 1t I ELLW00DSTEELWIRErJrENjESJ c II tjr HtlJ Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade jisTjeffaBlnj t g arrive and is more elaborate than ever i I COALifl anjf Jinantity at Lowestt Pricegis rSIrt if I THOMPSON aEBE tSPRTir 1TErt JJIIf f 1 mft m mttm tete m D II11iIdT5Oi sod wen domtare nozr1jent feeling r bood HeadacheI I 6itrs Silkwud and Wild Swat Pitait Jwb yoti requlll It eliminates aU poi son from the fjiteaa tonejT cud enriches the blood Try a bottle II Cures That At your dtuZ dat 100 Our Good Health depat ment pes taedlc l advice free Wnte I SEIER SILKWEED CO Carrollton Kanituoky FOR TRAPPERS The KIEd of Elfe They wad t7pJ- ehe Wilds of Canada You mifQurSl coipmentcd ati old trappbr as be sat contentcilly amok lag blspipc iou coulIlgol1ero get them Ab that Is the llteptire air plain wholesome food and then after the seasons work that brigade of fur loaded canoes going off down the lakes Every canoe Is loaded you know almost to Ibo gunwale and tbey string out one behind the other a tonI lino of then They s II1stnrt out early In the morning nnd paddle pad dje paddle hour alter hour down this stream through that lake and so Into civilisation t vBut they donJ forget tocntobriot About noon they go ashore They snub the canoes to overhanging trees and hat rOund ton n good Oat Tbck on which to start their lire But those fellows dont Hake an hour for lunch eon Time la too raluable to tLcto Xbey take a rfrink of tea a bite of porkI That In about all Then they are oft ugaint Tb men spell each other at the paddles and occasional Uly tho canoes are bunched by steerauien for a good smokeSIJrlgadojoesIashore and pitches Its camp Tents are put up campfires llgbtednnd the supper prepared great clondtof black file and mosquitoes boyerlng around Some prepanngtlday while others dry their moccasins or gvt their bluukc s ready jto bunk In Perhaps a canoe has to be patched the next morning before the start can be made taOb It is a great life up there in the Udlot Cunaua vbcre begetth iura You aboiHtl try ItNcw 3fr tTribune A Narrow Escnne For One 3IaHv The importance osnmlolng 5elosli the baljp found oi shown in a case in wlftch n hatchet Mvlrig Jottedb109d and Ualr adherent toltt was produced as evidence against n prisoner suspected of murder in a little fcountrybed This with other circumstantial cvldcnce luid tunlwl public opinion rtrongly against tbe prisoner but whet the hair yvas examined by a micro scouts who chanced to be in tbe CQurt room It was found not to be bpiuan but tbAt of some auinidl This clrcunj stance led to a nion tomplQto alftln of the evidence and the iccusefl Wfia Acquitted it turned Cluttthat be bails killed a dog with the hatchet and badIIcarelessly thrown the weapon under the bed So bs life literally bung on a lmIra t Where Life I Strcnnoea- Hera In the northwest oui eiicounters the living rpprcsentatlnn of the atrcnu otis lIfe hero men work together In way unknown anywhere else The Mt iis Insular every man for himself The 1JelllucdthccomnSunlty interest Migrating tonew country with difficulties and thin gers on every band the peoplo bavo II been forced to combine nOd stand with colld front to the jvorld As a result innumerable organizations have sprung np having for their purpose the udcvanceracnt of some oomuiunlty later htIb2y Sln nard Bilker In Century t CASTORIAJer IlkZti aill il4rL- k1YNanAIwaysBsst 1tiattsotHII 5TIEWHEELR Serf Fiffi Screen SaiFLY PROOF Can be Locked at Night Can open aid close outside sh t ftZ1Jj tNttl puttheIQinany ItCantroub1eCanaway through winter season with little trouble mud DO expendMust i11findF Itd prnrl1eM Lumber C I 1 1QrttJI1rlFlyci A Vt t Conimissipnerss Sale It M Turner admrpIff tuityDettle1 vlrtpe of a JildgmenVand i rder of ale qf the Washington Circuit bruar1termjthereof I UpoBthF Turner near Texas WasbingtoH County Ky on- SATURrAY APRIL 41903 at 1 oclock pM or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction r yearstbThe farm On which the 1tcS T Turner lived at the time of bis death r near Texas In Washington county Kyc ntalnlriff223i acres The above is a well improved farsi t with good comfortable dVerfingv out buildings hams aad other ifcaprbve ments with good water and V well ada pted for grain of stockralslajr Xtt Is well located on a good pike aboot one mile from Teas nd about seven conyenfentf indbYIvlrtueofsaldrII Little Beech and H ynerti branch boundcdbythe lands of Yrs MaryA Rowe and the laqc1of the Turner bell and containingM acres it Also at lame time and place the amitkundHayners branch south hj lands of Mrs John Gocanougher east by the Texas and Mackville pike west b lland of W T Ifead jThis last trapt of land is a nice f Darmand Is a fine farntforatockraising For the purchase price the pun Jchaser with approved security o- turtties must executeibonda bearing legal interest from date of sale until paId and having tbeforceand effecit of a Judgment Bidders wUlbere ulrbdq to promptlywith Ce1hznsMi awcc s SPRIKG1903 Bu1ras l t J Di1iries Fruit and Orxiant-at tree grap vines srnaUfruitSaprguirheubarb wni1ctI a 4 Strawberry an4 geri II eral catalogues on rquest FHJhLENMEYER t1O It Lexlritotv Ky J2fTheaaeau EII1iILL U Wifleatapl-ess kaIfa1ivM j 1aM neartheE4aat et2 to Inem v 1biaCCoJt LfeJi 1 retabtNcpaymeatofaenrfe Jee car t vEtc I t 8 NyT UrA lrwii 1np w s mend iis 1to t Lc bone He cos th bk d 1ark EHim W 4 XwH ita t rf lw r rl C1Ifef M tIIIMark D1sod 4 rwas greatestheStateeverpec eiKate by La7ayette J wk 4 eyer colts prGdudadq = CB6a tSiattkis trt akb Jred cli CtMiiJoea nformi UI ptdct urIe M a HeWrqus1 i ar4iMiisf IaIu4Su- LIACIDAHJII1I v1 Dr yi1 tioJtt iMLQc Ja 7 i i 15 toInsureaLjvjjaWaoo DM Jr ta hy Waw BssJ loMi blcWiSaS irel1 1pay 3MIItWW 4 JIC wIw ST4by 6 ik s4 3 a- ik wtSr-c k 2 I tStar V marJf1acqad dw WM TT8be Hoa attbLsT4exia1to 5 P bbfakit AteI Cai 1lHeisa bMUrttai crJ trrtakalMts Ji s it oobiI zsvJwtzga- Zt 11 rMA 1 fJQ ppoeite S Patent O WASHiNQTOM DC1S r U Flp ier ot8ues Ov Oo hours to jiPJ r I F GRIGSBYI hit AT LAW atf1Y ift al rr- J6t pIP frisudllftlleea ag 8t wM M him 1e its 1r sr jM1r fir9h RWII 13 was th reply that WW not be eulk- Jffl fir 1 WI tp aget twewtotal Jf th toE WKM thta gentleman died he t wti thklteckt- jty is t H Ne owned 11670OO iladif f terent prblie iUb4k beeldea freeheld i1IjII tIs I 11ti 1t rI1 tLOOO low a L1 tllwhtaceumalate- witho t att aloe On one eccarlait- wh the bArktMb I itthntW a bat y ace of i80OQotfc y thought It well to a acqwlit Mr Caveadtek with the fact Iflt faaay trouble to you I will t tte itietx7O elde not come here tto ptagae meNot the least l tlf yew Mr butwe4keaei t you lfclght like some of it to be invested y 3 Well what do you want to doTPer hype yes would like 1aItot Jt in k THrt di Deso dopoj and tI sot here ttct bother mif ier ltl removo- h It1Jie rlUb Ante oftoo iInter- view Cavendish was seventyeight years of age when he died 1810 nud be had sever changed the fashion of kk dress for rixty earsTemple Bart There Ara rfe rttJa Hrr m u There areali yet nd artUts In Bur Ina art ta see bow the people draw we meet examine the designs of the 4 corat r the gilt lacquer maker the railreramltk and the wood carver It Is true that pictures may be seen In some of the houses of the well to do Many et these are panels taken from the base of thefvaeraie pyre of A monk and thg ethers are slmilarproductlonsmade tb order by decorators These picturesa pare r iiarkoble chiefly for the glaring colors used for the absence of any coEaposttton and for the distorted per spective common to oriental reps seatattosd The drawing Is however fji j gooaitheattltade8 are lifelike and the s story is generally well told iTo EuTopoan oycs the attitudes ap tl pear distorted as to the perspective t but It needs a very slight knowledge vC the coantry dto recognize that the i Burmans habitually place themselves ill the most ungainly positions After IBorelstlw acquaintance with their BwdeW life we find out that these st gracefulafteiU t praetW 1 7 Dellffkts Her ta ge Stared 1Vkexthe pretty black seyed girl got ertfcetaewdcd Broadway car at least six MM got Up aad offered a seat to 4 ber She couM enty take one but ey r1 man wbe bal made the tender pro eeede4 tttake his rewardfortbe proft faced cewrtesX by staring at r9ae4 bardly tell from her manner whether she was embarrassed by the jlsiriiU kaamled ease of nearly every J corpolentisu t f t tkJ o JOf1Wiaager I think ee = mea are rude to stare at that glrlhI a leap woman to her Lt ft The gad sans Ileaned Oter and In a low Dielee6afdt the leMa Wean t IJsXtwerryt abentibe beingember8- lderaM kte be stared at She it iSiy niece atftiJattWuow- f ToekPremtl t 1ftHi hteraHr WU oereaeeaa yelp rekeaie wk it ltr t1i lsatft yit katf brightt flfbjr wkt spawn yw ak sick a fMfti 4ir f sayItwirer have wrrlefiy d Jeba1tWtei4s ttednceLPi 1f fI 1 foigg Plants Eve Yffarmer knows that L fqmePlapt grow letter tha- nf others Soil may be the salve au4 letd may sCem the same but iornc plants arc weak and others ttrong f withduldt plants Same dsa home growbindltrti 1 stayallScott Emulsion Offer W3 Q Y out of the dticnlt y M weaksto n fciSilliiiS HI k pod but because thf food not feed ttft Eroolsioii reafly feeds vc the child growing f Ono second hand ing oil Unit Joraa1eby BfoMteV The mw tarn oft JPWtrsom A MOM hn4te all Modi QI Ythwlet EtM oZlI Qj 1iriMr x Xi1iior the nixeesttVthlnf in neck iarand fancy ccH bi Jontt for tt that lcan1 a 1lirifea stock 61 grocerie1 J prlccs always right OW Hagan yr Country prcKfticetlboulPbtnd soW highest marketpr1Ce paid cash if preferred 0 W Hagan t Ladies are requested to call att Mansfields lor stylish suits skirts corsets gloves hosiery etc GfniidyV Claybrpbke Mcln tire invite an inspection of their now spring stock in their now store Few women can Resist the Easter hat You will find one just tb suit you at Mrs Kate Williams 1 Remember 0 W Hans ia tbetJiacotQ go for your garden seeds his stoctc is complete and prices right Now on salel at Mansfields full spring line of Queen Quality Shoes Oxfords Sandals and Slippers V Rev George Douglas will have for his morning subject at the Baptist church next Sunday The Grew Ruby Love itself will scarce outlive an old hat worn after Easter So be sure that you eton from Mrs Kate Williams Remember Thompson Green are the only dealers in Spring field who handle the genuine Qlkiilllox ptrn7l Grundyj Olaybrooke Moln tire have added anew and ele gant line of carpets wallpaper mattings etc to theilstoc cIIWe are requested to theft Rev Brewer will ie t the Christian church Texas on the second Sunday in this month J G Mansfield is improving his business house on Main street by putting in an iron front with plate glass windows and doors t The NEwSLEAiiER job de partment is well equjpPed to print horse and jack bills in the hestl tyleandrlt reasonable prices If you want arnica new buggy this spring call on Peterson Mss Karrick old stand op posits Opera House They also have a line of vehicles at Texas lrequHtstbataJl Washington county meet shim at Springfield on Wednesday April 8 on a matter off importance lKeep your poultry heaitby preventative and cure for all poultry diseases on sale at Pout try lIo use Springfield Kyt the guarnnteed t IW AWK 1Yerybedy kMw- 11stwfhir qr eir griir ie- KrryittJldi meItoM- A t atifilllib rg We will aim ayc tlJ forJy ems w JdDrP d BURTCS k MClTC Y fua vivr iJr V Ur JG Mafid Ji noW ftetivftig Urn spring stock of- Mlltiaary Ibtwo tJiiij meats froti NJf York at prices to pl M lire oooo Ml Gags atrn Mate the sfaa- ltduouasOdt ttyli h bend taaajr other pattern bi from tt pMsi I houses east sad West The pubis fa oordiUy lu1 4t t t ztIF 0C nteolna general pring ctasnTriff e aid papering are being done pw the improYtmtot is qjtU per otftiblt1 LawrtiH Bros 1 Hardia art doingtbe work i The bond of the new Spring field graded scohodl dlsiot have been sold to a Chicago banking concert for lOty ors 1premium otI 4f The issue k for 114000 aadI the bends bear 5 percent Inter eat Ar John W Celly hu ibid bie fine stallion Firtpy Boy to Shanahan Broi of Marion court ty who will handle him this season This is one of the belt horses ever produced in Wash JmownjTheprlco Hon J z Hendrick candidate for the democratic nomina tion for Governor willapeak ttI the court house here on Saturj day April llth Col Hendrick has a strong following in thisI county and will no doubt attract alarge crowd to hear him Drs RoBards and Campion performed a rather delicate sur gical operation the other day by removing a tumor from the cra nium of John Peters a well known colored boy about town The operation was very success ful and John Is able tob outI againAll subscribers of the NEWS LEADER livhtg along a rural de livery route and having mail boxes will do well do well to no tify us so that their pape may be changed In many cases the NEVSLEADER will reach subscribers twenty fojh jt earlier by rural carrier than heretofore The paper will leave Springfield post office always on Thursday morning Kirk Wright a negro who had been working for Mr Tom QBryanwaa tried before Judge LiUey Tuesday on a warraalt charging him with chicken stealing The warrant was sworn out brUt Bud Ifattingly who swore hat he missed some of his chickens one morning in February and that be found near the roostt a glove t xat belonged to the prisonerre jury failed to convict on the evidence and the negro was turned loose The four rurall mail routes from this place were starttd yesterday and the carriers made Theylefting and air were bank at the poatofflco with their mail saqki by 12 oclock George Neiklrk on route tio4 was tqel1l1t to arrive he reporting it 11 10 and the others soon follow ed The recelvedoverihrufallOut to the Peoples Deposit Bait COUllityt Co SB Whayn reports tkt saltI oft HyaWre at Willisbnrg on Iswrday tee 18th s ifoocrowa a4 bidding lively irost start to finish tad stock brought the following Nrioes One aged cow and calf 81601 OMJ Itch eowoH dry cow s sad another tp2S OM osragadr1kksfIIj OM ulf14flv Wood sow s at W7I Mi IM76 tl rl1nOMioaH beak tIlltl5 six slkwto weithlB abootiO 111tlL7I sis 1honor waft a 18 W otto wee W J1O breaking plows and caftan farmiac iiiigiel sold rill OM y n4M ht wilbdr wmal till1 Mia fto f i JGr i hoess is the to set a large Cio anoe PInfe 11terw Among the ins stallions to rake the season m this county are two of H T Virgins of Maud The horse Joe Hooker is wellknown as a Ins breeder and fine indl QalTheother noise is Pat Rf who Is a good horse combining the blood of some of the finest in the state Both of these horses will make the season at the low price 0910 to insure Mr Virginllalso has a fine JackIBleBeniat the same place which he will stand at 17 and fB LldII This isntt sun time nor railroad time but later time Now if want it we have it Dont take our word but call Saturday at the grand spiting opening and convince yourself We dont want to sell you but show you It v ill be a pleasure to us all Mrs Kate Williams The Leading Milliner Dli up the Dust A Mississippi editor makes this appeal11to delinquent sub scribers Fish down into your pocket and dig up dust The editor Iis hungry and the paper bout to bust Weve trusted you for several l months and done it with a smile so just return the compliment and trust us for awhile Our wife she needs some stockings and baby needs a dress Jimmy needs some Brteche and to do Kate and Best Pud is on the hog train and Peggys sick withgrief and good gosh almighty cant you give a man relief Shell out those nickels and turn loose the dimes turn em loose and whistlp and well have better times There will be fewer patches on the bosom of our pants and well make the paper better If we have a half chance Dont give us that old story long gone to seed bout taking more family papers than the famil want to read but help to feed the printer growandthe regions down below The surest and safest remedy for kidney mod bladdrdlseases is boiya Kldac jOuae Sold by Wood Camp bells I llat W Mrs POt- erMlss Nora were last week t Mr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon spentt Sunday with friends here v Rev W MI stallings of Marksbury Kywu here the first pf the week SsMrrJoeMcIntirovlsltecfhl- sdgbtor Mrs L W Riedellidre erai days tins week Miss Teresa Wathen of Leba non is visiting her sister Mrs T JMe leyofithis place Miss Margaret Simms hasre turned froth an extended visit to friends lit Pitts burR Pa Mr Wilson Green who has been confined to his bed for sometime is able to be out again BF Qplvin a well known citizen of the county left last week with his family for DeKalb Illinois to live Mrs Martha McKenna is very ill from a complication of dls easesincident to old age and iis not expected to live Hubert Olapbrooke is spending a few days at home He will leave here for a trip through Western Kentucky inthe interestt of his house H M Grundy Robt Sutton M L Searcy Capt Wright and Conrad Herrlein attended a banquet of Ri ighj j mpjars at Lebanon Monday Mr W A Walston a well known young man oMhe county has been appointed by DC W W Ray to a position at the Weste Asylum at Hopkinsville fProtf H Fuqua of Logan countY who is a candidate Superintendent ot Public In struction was here the first off the week making acquaintances Mr Dudley Tapp has gone to Cairo Ill to see his brother Dillard Tapp who has been quite ill As soon as Dillard is able tto travel he will be brought homeMr Matt Mayes who has been in Central America and Calif or a 1 iw1 1111 11 11f1 wwl wwwwI1W1 lkl f Hi1 wwI G If READY FOR SPRING IIt- n i Our Spring Suits I 0 1k1 1an4 our Spring G9ods fo gthe ladles were never wore 5tt fj 4 rHf j f iForTheHoDi I e J Ip1 WJe can ipnil y ufbeautiiul iptjfcejciis 4nt rT r Wall pPaper Carpets 1 HUJpjetc Call and take look = RERTSOSJ 1 I r K Mrksiteri COMMISSIONER OP AqBicuLTUKK The names implies a mall to further the Interest of the f rmer ahd agriculturist and one who knows his needs and will devote his time and his energies to help to that end He should be a man who ia a partic tI farmer and one of the sons of toll whom the farmer delights to honor QneofusItgivest me pleasure to say in my opinion we have such a man lathe aspirant for the place Capt T T Hedger of Scott county a man whose heart and sour is in sympathy with every movement tb betterhis fellow farmers A tobacco grower he ia one of the first men to enlist himself in the cause of the tobacco growers of his State a man conversant with the needs of the Agriculturist and one in Whom the farmers can place implicit confidence and feel assured that if elected their welfare will not suffer W B HAWKINS State Tokacco towers Asstcia till MeetlHfl The Executive Committee of tho Burley TobaccoGrowers Association met in Lexington on March 26th with an attendance countiestThere were aso present many representative farmers and to bacco growers interested in the movement Tne meeting was called to order about two oclock Y ViceEresldentW B Baw king who made report to the Association that fiye counties had been organized stnce the last meeting coonrnties were received as to the pro gross of the work and various committees madd repjrts The most important business transacted at the meeting was the formation of a set of bylaws for tbe government of the organ izatioa in its business matters Among other things they pro vided that there shall be a Board of Control in each county consist lug of six members three select ed by the tobacco growers and three by the company and two inspectors tto grade the tobacco oqe selected by the tobacco grow Ors and one by the company and in case ot a disagreement com plaint the matter to be adjusted by the County Board of Control Steps were taken to organize MMSania Have Kliey Vroufck and Dont YOw itHow To la4 Out yowa lad sh sediment or set of the kid neyslf it stains your linen Ittlsevidence of kU toofrequeatdeetot pass It or palate the proof that the kidneys and bled der art outot onto What teDe boWJMcHe11SwampRooteverywlehlatMeketf the urinary peatage It cenetaliwWHy nrItwMer beer and ewroow that usslMMUt efteaduring1MA1tiIMII alesrseUwoederrult Mebut i Yell men haw a samjpto bettkt c el llht viesdmful l iIIMoVeIY sad a eeek that lltit btheest twbymafi tion HckJaJeeoftviaolnr 1CeNs MtislewwNq bitltbjparr- r t i fr- i y i- tLL that LJCL Tile most effect Curtains ranging In to 600 a pair tW LIP PER a We are showing a most complete stock lJf of Wall Paper in beautiful cbmbina J tlons oft Frtnch Patterns Crowns J Florals Tapestries Ingra ng and Tiles S It would certainly interest you to S visit this departmenty iv We offer special inducements io eRebateYours Very Sebfrectfullys I- Cunnin ham fi Duncan i a l We Invite an Inspection Of our new Quarters and our Nm Spring SWk of Goods Our store having been remodeled and enlarged now offers an opportunity for the display of our immense stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING aybythey f and Summer season r1 We have recently added a neW department carrying CAKPETS MATTINGrS t LINOLITJMS OIL CLOtH AND WALLPAPER These goods ark the newestahdlat st styles j We have one entire room whose walls airS lined with SHflgS Many Styles and vri tiM Call to see uswe are Clothiers from Head to FatTGRUNDY CLAYBROOKE MciNTiRE tf II ti the rremaining fivaorsir counties in the Burley district andttp hive them prefect and represented the next meeting which will be In Lexington on April 80th At thecloe of the meetiqr Mr0 M Ulan the Secretary slated- tbathebeliered i they kjMJ enoytih- sabicribert to ooajpfnce Itm D M tMtlMICCof tMi mow Mltwenaz rid 1ttfactf tod thai dlitliioartx cropl J ca1 J is- For Salt My houseiind Jotoiv tJrdtdwk road t hrieq qijirter olf ajn teasfourArHr 1uMhwitbf f 1tl eYaM- Wtlnaid im n Wntensf- i lfe trtrieiiwlr rme IM Ir Ni1 M tN 0 IQ tbo- ClnQrDrodi hen he lreaches BTa Mr Roosevelt yiSl leave the beaten paths and in the company Of singlc guide wilt enjoy the beautjes of the Yo omUe Valley These how ever Will tQnsiUutet the only breathing spells which the Pros ident will secure in his long rsv lng around the clrclo r The President who Jespito the i 1 i sevcjie physical exerclae to which k iie devotes al his leisuvo uio meats is growing stouter to his iottiuse disgust his estublished ihi the old Cabinet room of the WliitB House what he jokingly ascribed as tim Executive De i tfttoent of Physical Culture t in other words a gymnasium on L a small fecale rturo it is that he f engages in the sioglo stick exer f qUeoi which ho is so fond and V fe J IIQ has further tiLted too room IIwith a completo setot dumb bells y7l ndjaVclubsY lancing fojl etc 1 to say nothing of some dozou c pairs of boxing gloves Some l arsons recently Csilled the Pres iII ident a attention tto what they t calleda desecration of un historic chamber but Mr Roosevelt ei J iently thinks jt no desecration rYousu uiiyrooiiifor the purpose JXpff keeping himself in such bodily c iUcondittou us will permit of his iibet performing the arduous du iies of his poaitlon j A genuice case of desecration J has Decently occured in Wash pington and onto thntisai source vof sincere regret to the officers e of the National Museum They had secured the did Deadwood j l The duet fnt1i dark was n favor ite with duelists Two men were locked in a darkroom stitawtcds- tealthily irons Corner to corner ttntil some false stUpi mode one oj them the targett for bullet 011blade Wfc U a duel m the dark with xulsthkeI theSf neglectL fullSWf W Ntw er bitter risJags- ilMcv disease is MUckiH tto stomach Tbe best way to frustrate ei n at WIl wsy It cures diacasecofu sek and orgaisi 01 dfgtstiou 4 bodytrog and leltsy yIeaiaite sri V C GH wcldul l 0S5AI4 was I backIisayIsg hItt54 b a buavy walihi hi ssy ispaJvaM ssaty 1JS ItrIIqI fi ia Plica Cotuaio e pit jis a4 D I I t this worthless crions ho get itts Witch haze d la3J1otJ1te because ydotiI llea mlttBQkOrWhoODinpGongb Mrs Ellen 3arli8on of 300 Park nyc Kansas City Mo writes at follptti IOltrtio chlidreu bed si BOyarc attack iutl1pj6uoxrsmat the nose We tried everything we heard of without getting relief We then called 5n our family doctor who prescribed Foleys llotev and Tar With the very first dose they began to- irndroveatd we foci Unit it has saycd their lives Kef use subctitutcs Sold by Wootl Pampbcll Trlclca of Part CaUmen Paris is full of counterfeit coIns and the cabmen make use of them quite In geiilouolyl You take a two franc tfiiacie ride and when you reach your hotel you in the generosity of your heart give the cabman a francs You have Just got within the v bstl bulo whoa you notice the cabman has catronellOU Ha apologizes but tho coin you have given him is bad You look at it Yes it Is bad It is nothing but a b1t of lend You nro pretty certain in your mind l that it isnt the cOlp you gave tim man which In ninety nine cases out of a hundred It isnt but yoi flont care to haggle in n hotel corridor and be sub jected to the Ignominious glances of other folks usn foreigner who gives poor French cab drivers bad money So you tike the bit of lead and give agood Icoin course the cabman has changedI the coin You gave him a perfectly good throe fraijc piece nt tJho start which ho has In his pocket and he has bluffed you Into giving him another 3 francs In pxchaugp for n useless bit of lead To visitors to Inrla let this bo a warning Similarity of Animal and lies It has been observed that if tho tamed dog Is taken back to tho Wild state he loses his voice These sound tug voices fire produced In the animal throat In n way similar to human Ilan guage but are not voices proper nor languages proper and yet they are full of psychological expression and re veal tho animals psychld fltntc It we prmpltlbotouchlar to that of a man Under like circum stances lie also bruitst laughtcrllko Eouuds Tito same Is tht case with the purang outang The gorilla lailta theI bro v vhen angry just like men t completefiasomethIng is going to happen ibo It agreeable dlsrigrlcablc It la also wit1 the child In npcsttherp ii ovl lentJx tb samo connection bc vccn the facial ujuspjpg pad vocal musclcana in man dIameter nnliainflr Character Is fhd wool of honor from which a coat of mall can be woven that tllqJonostt plertv pvcry thought that enters idur mind every act wo do and every vord wo tItter adds ft JJink to the golden chain of character ThO Btriyngth of steam cugliie can be estlmutod Jg with in on ounce of Its limit but it Is im poaslbo to ctjUmato the force of a no bio ch rrtctpr flip h rdcdjt hearts tire Bof tontid and the must repulsive dlspo sltiona became fnucluntlnr Our full airos and our BUcceBsea bolpao forni n repiuUtion that inayboileshroyeds by uu external force but the destruction of n character can only bo 9tcV cd some Internal fprccrQur Bdy iJjlaga jclnc I Her Rcmeu Dr Porter bind rosponded to n note tsklngtlllittle boy who had a Very bad cold jTJio doctor took look at the child fcHurnid to the mother comIngIlowvtelf ifIJr dctect I kiiew IMWk saId the lheft ijirt tiUith WtMJ4 dk 1M- metUt by wrkijs a crf bad d1iituiiliat fitoe t 1hI ilh4 ss aId J 1bef lib I iI1i MYH ill4 uJ no thrriatsT mp pfJg hfar Wnltl We will find n way Look Thomas there Is n new tourist See lIe gazes flt the plctUrcsl tie js com lug this way What n kindly face It niiist H qonfeBscd that even lbo gloomy Thomas was moved to Bbm return of cheer by the gracIoUs pres ence of the stranger who now came up to thcnv nnit began asking about the BplrltodVdesIgn on tho wall near them Finally ho Inquired Avhefe they dwelt and some remark of lila concerning tho TUB WHOLE VIMAQK TUItKED lID TAINT absence of decorations there coupled with his sympathetic twies made Yvette suddenly Inform lila how sore her father felt concerning the omit sion yet how he was too proud to make any advances Anti Up Could not now If he would she added sighing for M licguln away aYpresent tHI And is that why you look so pretty maId returned their new j frjcnd There Were tcirs on your lushes when I came up enJA seconds hesitation and the trappy loVe title cnm out If he was only Illustrated sobbed Yvette he would regain good humor to Thomas And do you think nothing hut that would wove turn Inquired the nol But oh If I could only more M Begulu to do it do you know cottngel11I0and he should paint Thomas standing beildo him end they would be baiul In hand and thun father would JpI obliged ycspbllged to ceo It wus like VItHllllt for mfr innnliige Miss SnydcrTrtOHiircr flrophlyn Emit Eml Art Club f wowH wpulJ pay more attcnhlono hsppywIvesthey55iAfindthatt givecreditiii col ntf with my druggisthe ad v M HcEhtei Wine of aMurndThtd andhivenewhisaaditOI4tookthre hsteQHcIM theintaIIIj tohishing tonio f C1rCSJieaht fth ularwd iialnful ujehstrimUon falliafl cg Itiswomanhoodchildbirthqucidiy brings a illOx baby to qUtcs j AUdl it WineUariliii a NE0rCARDUII T j 4 btroly 4ttlife wan ay thorcl 1m shouted you congregate around An inn itS h 1tsot lie uiido n plunge toward the growl They eurgctfl back Willingly nod Ic ho was fnco to face with his cottugo wall anti there had the sell given up her dead tllcro Knitted the bold young sailor his cap atilt his frank cyc8 Bliliilng llonOIl Xlntthlqu JustIis they used 1o shine when they caino homo together A sob of mingled pain rind rapture leaPed to old malls thrtfatr Then ho discovered the other figures Yvcttc leading Thomas crept timidly to Ills side Who hnth done this dgmanilddl the old peasant no sternly thntYVette8 heart snnk fearfully bottourlstBfepI pad forward 4B though to shield her saying It wits nil worlr Thlnora strangers SAnd who art thou At honic said tub other simply men call ma Mlllal I know not of thee nhsworod Matthicn but n greater than thou hath worked through thee Then turning to Yvette he placed her hand within Thomas saying uolcnmlyr Wed when thou wilt nnd whom the dead hath Joined may no man put nauudcrt Ilovr Long Man May Live t It Wilt Professor IJufelands opinion that tho limit of possible human life might bo set at 200 years this on the goncral principle that the life of nearly nil living creatures la eight times years months or weeks of Ms period of growth That which quickly cpmj8 to maturity quickly perishes anti the ear Her complete development Is reached tho sooner bodily cheesy ensues More- Women roach old age theta men butt more much attain remarkable longevity than women Horned animalsare short or lived than those without horns fierce longer than timid anti nmphlbl Otis civatnres longer than those which Inhabit the air Tbo pike will continue to live for br175 yenta nnd the common turtle Is good for at least a century Passing up tho scale of life to mull anti skipping tho patriarchs we find recorded Instances of cx traordlimry lengevlty The ancient Egyptians lived three tIdies as long ns the modern lotus eaters Instances of surprising and mi lcIIllny notes the taCtt that In the reign of the Emperor Vespasian 70 A D there were 124nicn livIng In a limited area on the river Po who were 100 years old and upward Three of these wore 140 nnd seven others over 180 Ciceros wife lived to bo 103 and the Itoninn actress Luceja played in public after she hind celebrated her one hue dred nnd twelfth birthday Curious habits ofSlIldera The water spider carries air down with it when It dives Dr McCook saw one remain fortyfive minutes uu del the water One water spider builds a nest under the water attached tto the stem of some plant and liuthc shape of n diving bell with tlxKOpenlng don ward It Otis thisbellWlth nir by talc big down n bubble nf n time Coming ioHhe surface It liicldsosVdrfttfr bubule under its body anti Instantlyt descends Getting Under the bestt the bubble Ii allowed itfipscupelnWlt opnd this prpq Ifqllldthlrthieve Inclosed In n cocooti and IcaYca them to grow In this under water pal flee sufe from nil flying foeb Wlysnj these water 8Pldc1Sjnl rt qcllUdcttpr they look like little balls of shining silver Little bubbles of nit seem to chug among the hairs of tifelr bodies As spidera like Insedtsvt brcntho tllefnlf at little hojps along tlyj whole length of the body tlic tnhlCI1SH1t malic use of tltesa bubbles Of afrf6r bieathuj I London OpinIonSf t HSATlnftnFlbj i A certain ypung woman had been flovotlng Jet ovQnlngs to entertaining a bashful ndmlier lIe seenieti tdbe deeply In love but he evIdently didnt djfirq to propose j t 0no veiling whIle ho was calling d 1o IQUIC1 young gentleman rang the Jb6lU The pretty girl was clUb 1trLisse and looked tolho bashful youth for help Tell Iilrnyouro prigngcdl the bash fulonoaht1tt p f Delighted tho girl made haste to an1spc4 lJ3ut I dont vtiihtto tcif hfm nlMntruth d V711I yota tellihim tint sad woll Jx j Ji ttered jiftefffard the Wshfiil ofiedtil at And before he went that nightttbe We JJe1z a jrCthg 1- rw tl Hi7 tbat othe pttotfi- Jutt these early races- re vcrjr light Thatt tiipre n have been some little oMpioy mon ot It Id tf demagogic way may bo inferred foCricers of But1 Iqr the author ot this pvor memorable Hudlhrjasr fco deiJcrtbei In leader of a factionns ofeo who sets iho psalm and oil his pnftyslng after hlra Ho lai Jute a figure In nrithimticthoii- iOro ciphers lie stands before tho in6rp lila vahio amounti ViHeIij li greAt barauguer talks himself into author sity riiid like a lirirrdfcllmbsrf with Ills i1kfJ 1ttIs prPbabU ffcfdredtfer that thin flrstiforw of tile piatfprin was lieS olcnU lootlI1celmbolJsQot tIto rurtfnn or Dissenter for Butler lit Tila character of The Seditious Mhri nays that if hp jiq11 preachqr ho has tlie advantage of allj Uicral of his jrlbe for lib hut way to Vent seditIon by Wlipicsalc nut jtur platfprm itt this time vatf of np prpqticalsaccpmiU Such attempts ns there were oulsldo parlia ment to influence opinion were made by frfcaiifl of the press pdrtly by tim book partly Jlioipifniplilet anti par ly by the journalCI B Jlpylanco Kcntt in Lbugmatif J 1 iJTJ p HThe Flrt Lnrrbook iTho wMl kifowir Assjrlologist Drv liege VincIclbri iflibllahiod fir Account ot tlip t giahationriiiulga1eth hbf KnrAmrapbet of UnbtlollWbtcfi far as Is known ntprcj was first book of laws over giveSto Jho world King Amrapbcl lived 25P years IkC is mdnlfqiicd in tHueViiiblp as n contein pornrydft Abrmihiniifso that his statutes wero drawn ip ftnll live centuries be fore the law of Moses They number 2S2 ami eondln the fpllowhig It a1 womnlf wiro sollr beverages lflvl1 hindl value for this money paid her she shall lit thrown Into water 4f nWIfO bori spondthrlft or if she otherwise neglect her duties her has baud may put her away without corn pensation but if n inun put away his tlrd for iio olher reason thnn that she lias no children he shall return her Vyhole dpwjy tif a betrothal be rcserndwl the man Bhnilprty the Woman compensation A widow wIth grown ipcblldrcn mnuot marrj again without permls loll toni u JUth CtondobE1 lr That Settled Slim t IIu bandYoure not economical AVIfe Well It you dontc111 q vpm nn economical who saves her wedding dress for n poSslblcsccohdinarrlhgc Id like to know what you think econ only IsJrPhlladelphla lInquirer All the Worlds n Votheenr7Shiop Serso Ituyter is not an uutbori1OS a born chemist TlzsoWiiy SezsoEvery novel ho wrItes becomes a drug on the market Brooklyn En gle i A fig Difference f Madge Dont you thick iv girl should marry an economIcal man DoilyII sup so b t ust aw Jutrepjresentutl 9001to9001 tho boxes nod they talked loud enough- to bo heard uUQvertho theaterond everIUUiJ j 11 IS fIi Ills So ifgg f 1nfnsiation tsaYihtllIS6 i flnclmlotzhiy Ws the nile QtttlQ neighborhood If J awaiSA 1wVlie Was Moved fto 4 yDjIditho1ttiptes of a bird ever tnQt9t JloiJ keaHh poetic girl Yes replied young man ItiUeI- to 11onI1 young lady and evcr J11- tlo ucloo amnnpic1 tl4liobof51Q i 3vcntji4i ihoineChlcago cWSf t t r Sc Crassfl tModerationf WtfeIfJ Ii 1Cf tP ItrJ wknl- iiauIiI yoji1n JfF i i tVIIpWouitlVlmihjo Ioul4at botharrazy ftuI cJ Jltaa Il ttless Jack proposed last night awlr ifiJcf idorit attempt to cut glass with fiat d Aid ijdl A youll makeu ether nick In the stone rJ irtntxser tTile monkey lo4mWi hold ani4 1ti k4 crpci4i4 t ftIiig jaws ft111 then lila wlfa did not hesert r justtdfojttijilt for diiprlic akld with ll umihI 1 f 4l5eYJot IIecL t 1flip5SiarkM tif CesIssti t1i1Sl4ifiet t stsmna setihis oi44- iku1i 1 w titi lie Ultr 5S Ipt 5iucubatimi ttJ cock bird- ouesoffun and if he Another pTowd pupa if irW in iMcirlllc Wmbftt withbWii IJw vaii mil8le l bml rcthoii Without slairtt culck while iibo other BUrrdun4cd iby ilif tW6 brpoiia walks away trfnf ohmaittly Oaye nimel Awr Xflor frtmichihiig 1 tile 1CBJ of thprcpnopln of 4 restored churfibthe blsliop thnukmllthr cliuticbw rilen an Ioitt fflllporrfor tile tfbnrb Ih good WorteIt ABd1 must thank your lordship for your ecrnjon was thto reply butt I could nott hell thinking nrt yoii- ittlkcd about that your lordship must have been n little wlldlsb your eelf when you were u young man WJot te tLIOOQjwhp hqd triedI several timee to Juinj across aslrwim ait1 hid repeatedly t faljihil lit finally KiUctlrtlwl wfifn lidMnIdtoa Mead ttldW niitrfi better i1 am titan you baylng accomplished a dllllcult teateil Tot Jit ftl urpii4ilcd hits friend IJiI am better than you hi not WllJtllng to jump aciossSt jJlchblas TIlp DICcrcnco- tWha a luxury nhur conscrcnco lslczVlacicdUie high lainded sU tcs flaiil k Yesy aimIvorNl Senator Sorghum m a luxiy4iq Itiszmt aIceesityt- aaiiiugtoim Starp Sflhmoti1lsed IJe Im Jn love dtticcharming girl and Id like tto ask your iidvi SheId willing tb help you niil can lieWeik would you advise me to propose Jo you Jlrqss plris wore first made by the Sara ena lu Spain In A arid were brought to KiiKlarid by Catharine of Arragon wife of ilesiry VIII AJtcrIhizzihintilO dfewuhipdlyl Iihid IV crythlng mIIOWIf to make those two young Koph wi that they were not tilted for each oilier Wysiirn And when the wedding tto oifUi7Biilliniore American A a lrroJrntTom VThy were you en determined to UN that pin In cousin of joists nilI1 wanted to establIsh a prrw dent She has two very pretty listers you snow Marvelous Escape from Death I PAINES1 CELERY COMPOUND Does a Wondrous Work for a Lady Who Was Almost Crazed with Pain and Buffering gIIt II well known thatt terrible sciatica anil neuralgia cause ness acute suffering and agony than any of the other diseases that afflict humanity The great medicinal virtues of Paines Celery Com pound make it the only trustworthy specific lot the cure of all forms of rheumatism and neuralgia Thousands of strong testimonial letters from the most prominent people of the land prove that Iames Celery Compound lisa banished these terribly fatal troubles when rJiother treatment has failed Mrs Mar garet Bethel of Erainctd Minn after thirty years 6f agonizing tortures had a desire to end her life if it was the will of heaven she al most prayed for tlj time to lay it Ileavendircdtcd the riiadc UC of downI CcIeryiCorapotmd anti U enjoying once ferei IFor froq1neur thuIrtfScnrs She 11SII beganlalcingI found JI wits much better Before taking the Compound my life such a burden that I nlraost prayed to Iaitddtn 1 was bedfast cveyjbjb yvjek wilh horrible pain in the I almSttrl1ze1ttI inojetpj itt today than Jfor tffcntyfivycars nm I really enjoying Jife again thanks to PiincsCctery CbmpotmniL I am saiislisd that my life has been prolotigcdv puny yean by ujsc1 tfJ DyesCoh3r rAnyi C9IorI Tlicr jnany yaylIfl wkIi 1etlIyt- sviIljtelpyau DrsesacsitsstojHibons coals r hIveAruet l piubj ma1c to JJiiD Veka The lt dsi thcjSNLTRONQsUE rr W Jt 7IIIii S5UtthIM fa t i r siad aeisI ot goads PbifrwW j fr 5iitiity Ircinstips uIlrlUIilaChJI3fl1Ke- ariMCotWuleusFewfl3b ness itndLO 01 SLuM ia sLis 3gnaisre o- fxpw YORK COPY O fJae 1V8IllIy OR tho adoption pit tup word Jolly Into the English it had the meaning of beautiful as it has among the Preach today Time English dramatist Beau n opt of tIm sfxtfepnth century spenka gf our first mother as the Jolly Eve In time hovroYer It cam to mean hl beautyRut vordInow that what we now observe its WhristmaB dqy was a heathen holiday caild Yule arid the Yule festival was one of nolay demonstration Yule Iindcedmcaus noise or outcry sInghlstepiSiliortry rejoicing Ours is a risen Lord ttheirs tho same The words are identi cal pftpp lo larga degree th Christ wits JJollities praises and those of lien then Yule Into such closeJ relation do simple words sometimes connect the present with the past A Cblneco lobIn hla book on China and the Chi n Q Dr Giles gives a specimen of Chinese humor which If tho source were riot known mightt well be ants taken for American humor teltshovnnum of money to an artist payment is always exacted inadvamkoant asked hint to paint his portrait The artist at once complied with the request but when portrait walt flnlahcd nothing was visible save the back of the sit ters trend What does this mcahy cried the sit ter Indignantly Well replied the artist I thought a man who paid so little as you paid wouldnt ontO to show face Great Nntnre Great natures are always generous They are fountains not only of vitality hUt of bestowal However great the re wards they receive may be these re wards are but n fraction of the worth of the service rendered antI no man Plight to uo satisfied whatever lila poI cltlou or work unless ho can feel that lie Is glvlngfmtr more than he Is ro wiving lint a very large part of what he does Is not returned In money that however successful be may be on tbo practical side he must sUII be counted one of the benefactors of hIs kind be cause of the generosity of Lila bestow altiutlookSPeach Pits The statement has been made that prussIc 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