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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 o jJoi 1WOF i l NEWIE1DR1 f i iNew SerieR Volt X No 2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OOUlCY KENTUCKY YEADIi i n I J M BURTONS Q ii UNDETAKERS L AND EMBALMERS I u1Iucrrtk all klai efPaneraHONE OUR DIRECTORY W MHGFIKLD ceaaty meat of wa1gta et52 miles aoulli- ut ef 4exIL ten 59 miles from branch of Loeyule BardttoTrc I4ia1 Xukfi11cI11 road tn i fantliije a4 agricaUurartalsirict and telephony f Tw Banks telegraph flour mills lumber KM expreaece 7V4k P fcation 1100 population of WMMtr 15tM Bcpreseatative iu Congress Horn D L Salth HodgenYille Ky XepreeaUtiYe in Kentucky Legis tatwe H Hi6 A Dehoaey I Kerectatire i State Senate Hon L fcPwyear CampbellsrUle Ky TctyDlrctrY CIRCUIT COURT prdltCewrt begIns ei the fourthJ M4ay lJ bciarr May aad Octos b CX PatthIOEsW Kltree ey Commonwealth tK7 rMCi pb lll Olerk Afa1jed1cl Master Commlsa Mf QUARTERLY COURT 0 rtcrlyC tutisheldon the third t g4ky imeacli month Xi Lltser J dr COUNTY COURT C tyCvirt meet on tbe fourt- hiiMy im eeh JB uthIIi t drecwr Booker County ClerksAL Xaye CoMntyAttorne- yGergeCatlettSafler rIl ByraCrMke Sheriff RkudLXska HUey OsborneoRsH Uallicaa DepuU J I 4ItecrJamwF Moore County Surveyorr iK5cceeraT P OBryaa DepUtTi i terrezaurcri 3XMoter7 Coronet i J1f Psk 8tJPtof Common iMrLo grigeld- CITY COURT 4 TaiL Noe Police Judge J aa Grass MirahiL W D Claybrooke City Attorney t JUSTICE COUKT jRstlce Courts ate held in January April July aid October cimtch Directory BAPTIST CHURCH Rtr S J Caunou Pastor Ser Ai eceYrjrSHMdayatlI au and 7301 iymi daySckoo1atS3Os Prayer K5WSHr rlfeae dar nigh at 730 UETHODIBT CHURCH Rer JD Ward Pastor Service m the First aMd Third Sunda1ln each twtfe at 11 a and 3Op m Sun diyfccbeGl every Sunday at 10 am pTaysrjIeCtIiE every Wednesday ilght- ArHOLIC CHURCH r PFIRcBCJaY Paitor Ser y1cvacr Suaday at 8 and 10 oclock Benrlces at St Rose same hounr CnUTIAN I CHURCH 4I T IrCUX Pastor Service toi4 U4i rtkISapda each- Ii1 pk1jyTXIAlc OHUKCH WV Oj A1 BtricklMKl pMtor PzeM1IIasUS8Jtdy at 11 sin- M jk 7 SHftiay school every WUey at le alPta1er meeting TMV ThvrsyevaBiBr Itt 7 oclock FrattrttU Ordersr iIfAtoxic IOECX Spriugfleid lodge Me 59 ateet Mcoad Monday in each Baulks v WBltMffteaR O Chapter No 57 aiitcy jthird Moadar tpcottf4 C ntcll NoS2 meets on lrttrt1a Mpadar v Kx e titfjriapACAEKS Meets etTXet WeMULY in each month t tsJJ jJ J i8 sAM AMI- jSLVER THUM I I t f r aif j U IpJuuuuhlmj I 17 fJ J 1ial i W NW0 WW 11 llfiHHHiiiiiiiiiiiiii F A ROUND OF TALK tnt ft ftftJI They Are After Something fj Ob its pleasant when youve crowdWhen rIEentoI that are causing you to feel a little proud To be told how well yonre thought of to be shaken by the hand And Informed that youre a wonder tbatyonte noble and youre grand But get ready when they praise you to be bled or answer no For theres something that theyre after as youlllearn before they go Oh its pleasant to have people come with gifts and things for you It Is good to hear them praise you and to think their friendship true Bnt they never get to coming till your need of help is past Till without their praise or presents youre on solid ground at last And you may as well get ready to be bled or answer Scat For theres something they are afrer you can Always bet on that S E KiserI tT1 HE ELM BUG The elmI tree beetle the little insect which has rendered such whole i sale destruction among the enI gUsh elm shade trees in this has become such a nui sance that housekeepers are con sideling the use of heroic mean ures to get rid of the little pests j The bugs increase so rapidly that by this time they have multiplied into millions and de serting the now bare tree they begin to fly about seeking other things to devour Tbey will invade a house and regardless ofj screens find their way through cracks and crevasses to all parts of a building Thev have been Known to attack and cut lace curtains and crpets and arae- rious nuisance Itseems use less to bope fur any reli r remedy fur the bug and rI qui kest and best w y to gtfc r d f the bug pet id to get riu of the t Jms Many trees have al- eady IIdied fro he effects and tjthersif the bugs are to be a nuiance in bther respects the sooner ml rees are destroyed Lbe be ter it will bejWA Vv LANT TREESB he way Jp speaking of trees there is one thing that the residents of Springfield apptarto be careless about and thai is the beautify ingI of tne siree s and premises by the planting of shade trees Now that the eim our principal shade tree will soon be but a memory the streets of the town formerly noted for their beautiful shady appearance will look as barren as the seashore If every resi dent would take the matter inI hand and each one plant a few good shade trees in front of his premises the streets of the town would in a few ears again assume their cool and pleasant appearance The town authorities have begun the work of putting the streets and sidewalks in first class condition and the citizens should lend a hand and with a little work we can soon boast of one of the prettiest towns in the country it it CT UPPRESS THE SALEThe 9 killing of diunken Joe CasI teel by Saloonkeeper Alvey in the latiers saloon at Fredericks tjwn on last Saturday night will doubtless serve to arouse u e good people of that communi y to take some decisive action o wards stop lag he sale o whiskey at that pacenQd thus getting rid of a joint which has long been a menace to the morals of that otherwise highly respec table neighborhood Fredricks town is the only point in Washington county utside of t e town of Springneld at which heIS sale of liquor is permitted It has frequenty leen demonstra tea that iit is a very unwise puli cy to license the sale of whiskey in small out of the way pi cps which are usually without pro ectection of officers of the III and where drunken men may collect and disturb the peace of the peighboriood to say nothing of worse things such as this killing which may occur at any time 5 Cf TOPPED AGAIN The local JJ Board of Health knocked lotit another negro excursion which was headed this wry from nCJI iT Louisville on Sunday last and a train load of the colored popula metropolisIand from that point final iy forced to turn backward and forego enjoying the sights and pleasures of visit to Spring field The invasion of these Louisville negroes was stopped last summer on the grounds that their presence would be amen ace to the health of the comma nity and similar grounds were twbyattempting to invade our town where they plainly are nqt wan ted and what attraction there is for them here are questions yet to be satisfactorily solved I jv ISTOL SHOTS Residents of y ihe town living atonO cer tarn streets including that lead ing out of town towards Leba non have for the past several Sunday nights been considerably annoyed by being aroused by the sound of pistol shots These shots have been found to come from a buggy and sometimes two buggies suppos3d to convey some would be dead game young sports from a neighboring town who have been in the habit of calebratinsr their departure from this place by firing this frewell salute The offence of promis cious firig on the public high way is punishable bv a heavy fine and those vourg felows would very moch chagrined to wake up ome morning ttj find themselves confronted witha themIdicament to sa the east prel should cuh thnir d sire tona a nuiso at ast until heyyarej out where only pIoesjj- aihe night birds nl be dis turb d by their hilarity iNLETlER1Ioffic depariment at Washington is being pe Uio ed to issue a mourning stmp to be ued by people in mourning on their black bordered sta tonery It is doubtful if these fashionable people can prevail on th government to compl with their request but they might obviate the difficulty by using ingenuity such as that employed by a lady trom out in the county who called to mail a letter at the local postofflce one day quite recently The lady who was evidently unused to letter writing came in with a sealed letter and requested the Postmaster to back it to a certain address which she gave When that was done to her satisfaction she said Now I want yputomark a black border all around the edge for its a dead letter This was also done amid a dead silence by the accommodating P M and the lady departed evidently well pleased that her mission had been accomplished For burns and scalds Dr Classes German Penetrating Llnlment is simply woiderful When applied its application is cold as ice and relies 88 he pain in a few minutes Sold by Wood Campbell Hiklit Was Her Terror allInUrbt ny roles Mrs Cha A pegte of Alexandria Ind and coud badly get any sleep I hd consumption so bad hat if I walked a hlck I woulo cnuh fny rful yirid it b dIU wlvn alt 0 e m dins fild turf 100I b ttes of Dr Kings New very w oiU cu1drue d glioed 58 pounds Its abs lutfli guaranteed iocureC nips 61d4 Li Griop Bro cMi is and all IbrOHt md Luiif Trou hle P Ice 5Omd 100 Tri bottle free ai 0 J Ha dos drugstore For a lazy liver try Chamberlains and Liver Tablets They invigorate the lived aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent bilious attacks For sale by Haydons drug tore KOdOI Dypqia Cw- Bardstowns Building Mm The residence building boom is on in Bardstown Juige John S Kelley is aaking rapid progress upon the erection of his handsome brick structure on Fifth street Mr A V McKay is busily engaged in the building of a large frame dwelling upon the same treelMr B P Grigsby Jr is cotfsbructing an streetnotlfarSuperintendent J Tyler Davis is right near the front with bis new building on Broadway between Second and Third streets comI north Broadway between Third and Fourth streets These resi dences are all elegant and hand some and are a great addition to Bardstown Other building and improvements ate being made ana Bardstown is on a boom in the residence line as she was sometime ago in the building of handsome business houses Standard Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful lor ture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick orColusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing re lieved me though I tried every thing known I came across Electric Bitters and its The greatest medicine on garth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Justas good for Liver and Kidney troubes and general de biht Only5vc Satisfaction gruara teed hy C J vflaydon d uggit Kentucky Fair ptes IThe dates for the var our fairs are tixeds ful ows Richmond July 13 6 djs Crab Orcard July 224 days Georgetown July 21 5 days Cvnlhiana July 294 das GiMhrie July 293 days Danville Aug 44days viadisonville Auv 44 days Lexington Aug 106 days Fern reek Aug 1H4 daysY Lay renceburg Aug 184 days Shepherdsville Aug 184 days Maysville Aug 1p4 days Shelbyville Aug 255 days Springfield AuA 264 daysBardstown Sept 15 days Nicholasville Sept 14 days Elizabethtown Sept 84days Bowling Green Sept 154 daysKentucky State Fair Owens boro Sept 216 days Henderson Sept 295 diy To Protect Oats Speaking the other day of how to protect oats in the bundle when stacked hi the barn loft from rats and mice Mr Frank Roberts one of Our prosperous farmers says Take mint and scatter it lightly through the grain when stacking it and neither rats nqr mice cull ever touh it Last year and the year before he added I stacked more than six thousand bnndles in my barn using mint aid every buntile was saved Before I used the mint I always had several loads of oats de stoyed by tte rodent which was a cosideral bas The mint does no injury at all to ihe vrain wlrch s ock the sime as if mint eie in it Mr J 1110 Milourn says the mint will keep rats and mice away from corn Lebanon Enterprise ITAT orOuiOjOrrybFToLEDO JlEIHS i i IFranK J Cheney makes oath thathe is senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the City ot Toledo County and StAt aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eacb and every case of Ca tarrb that cannot be cureo by the use of Halls Catarrb Cure FRANK J CHENEY f Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember A DH 1886 A W QLEASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cnre tp taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the systI Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 760 Halls FamilyPUlaare the best Nephew of JefferseH Davjs I Mr David Bradford of New locqnodve IvilleMiles last Friday afternoon and was instantly killed The body was thrown aBOut twenty feet anliwas bally bruised Mr andmangledI cows from the pasture late in the afternoon and drove them across the track m front of an approaching train He had some difficulty in getting the animals across and when ho did so tbe train being near hlm1he became excited and started down the track At this instant jthe engine struck hm barling him quite a distance and causing instantaneous death The deceased was 52 years old and was married to Miss Addie Pottinger who together with an only child died several years ago Standard CAUTION I This is not a irentle word but when you think how liable ybut are noi to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that ba3 had the largest sale of any medicine iin the world since 1868 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles with outlosing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists dnd others that ire cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Broncnitis Crop and espe ialiv forCohI lUmpiioa whe e there is difficult pxectratir and coue1 inn du mgiit nihL arid mornigs thrv is nin Iiiei German 8 up T 25I t lbS jus bw itftrmiu d ihi Yiar- I gu s z 75 cents At II drujriss CJ Ha doi No Pity Shown Pir ea 8lae wa fter me cm tinunusly writs F A Guiledtie V roena AIrIMIII hid a tttrribtecast IIf Piles caus irg 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at C J Haydon drugstore Victory for the Town Cow Nearly every town is blessed with a number of town cows that are holy terrors in the way of demolishing shrubbery flow ers and the products of gardens of hardworking citizens which is a source of continual warfare between owners of cows andI those whose property has baen i destroyed However at Roan oke Va a city of 25000 the town cow scored such a decided victory that it iis worth mention ingA few djs ago the Norfolk and Western railroad proposed to erect a new and elegant depot in Roanoke provided the city would prohibit the town cows from using the streets for promenading purposes The proposi tion was submitted to the Roan okian electors and the result was a brilliant victory tor the cows Roanake will n have its new depot but its town cow will be with it will continue to tie its fiont gate at 8 80 pm angl arise t j gnash its iuethai 4 am when it hears her familiar footsteps on the back porch and finds that sue has jumped the lence and Ayers Losing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing Np sense in that Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigor fallingYour too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason- ablyI expect anything better 1 Stir Vigor lii a jneceM with I buStnI a bottla JCtUncO- I All druggtta g Lowell s or Thin HairLaf IIb llIfIj annihilated rose bushes garden truck ani everything movable and immovable that can be found Reiamliie Cure ol Diarrloea IVery six year ago for the first my life I had a sudden and savere atfack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas 1I got temporary relief but it came back longIthan death My husband spent hun dreds of dollais for physicians pre serlptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosqae dayIChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial Of a man who had been cured by it TAe case was so similar to my own that I concluded o try tne remedy The result was yondc fat I could hardly realize that I was well again or believe it could be so alter haying suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but 4 few cents cured me For sale by Haydn drogstore Just About Bedlimc take a Little Early RUer it will cur constipation biliousness and liver roubles DeWittu Little Early Risers are different from other pillj do not gripe and break down he mucous membranes of the atom arb liyer and bowels but cure by gently arousing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by 0 J Haydon After a fortune In 1849 Claburn Dean citizen of this county contracted the gold fever and was one ot the argonauts that made the journey across the great American desert to the California gold fields He prospered amazingly in the then newly discovered Eldorado and amassed a large fortune County Surveyor Ike Hendren a nephew of Dean incidentally llearn d four weeks ako that his uncle had died some threa months sit and wrote to an attorney Merced Cal nouinng as to the estate left by his kinsman In reply he awyer stated that the whole estate including a ranch worth from 40000 o S60000 ad been willed to a Mrs Kate Hamilton wo attended Jtfr Dean in hi last illness and that s e han the broad acres into cash as s on as she came into possession Mr Hendren has employed Colonel E H Gaiter who in connection with the California lawyer will institute a legal battle for Deans thous ands Harrodsburg Hera d I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consultca the leading physicians in thie country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have ever been able to bud anything that woultf affect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I hay = suffered with omach troublefor years Could nu eat anything but milk toast for months buttitce IuSd Kcdol I can eat anything and feel that my health is better than iit ever was in m life cannot say enough for K j1 for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure a y case of Dynpopsia if akjCnasdirested M D Settle M D Big HIM Ky A Sportsmans Mecca I Thereiiis no more delightful place in the Western Hemisphere for out door life and perfect sport with rod and gun than the famous Muskoka Lakes region of the Highlands of Ontario about 100 north of Toronto Canoeing is one of the many pleasures the district affords The Grand Trunk reaches itl with ease and comfort whirling its passengers through some of the grandest scenery on earth Handsome ntustr ted descriptive nutter sent free to any address on application ta R McC Smih S tithern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway 124 Woodward AYe Detroit Cholera Iurantum This has long been regarded as ont of the moat dangerous and fatal disI oases to which infants are subject It can be cured however when properly treated All that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure is certain For sale by Haydona tlrugstoreI orIill Bir And Day The busiestand mit lit tie thing that ever wasmadpis- Dr Kings New Ltfe PHs1 These pills change weakneSs intostreogtbristlesnEJ s Joe- nprgy j brainfag inti mental power Theyre wotd rTull jn- jbnUdipg up the health Onlv 25a perboz Bold by C Jj Bt do y Soul Sleepers Last week witnessed 4he pas stctinlthist gOl1tClflthttheir lilte house n worship Bn cnn member the cungrega ion rpmnlS pu taintly waiting in Jfes twil gl the summons to go to wlwr b yond the Voic 8 there is reac for they are Soul S cepers an believe that after death the sot sleeps until thu blast of tin trumpet that announces the ei of all things sh wal en it The Soul Sleepers cloctrhn as firsr7 preached in this count by Garrett Terhuna about He wits born in Mercer 167Ii I early manhood went to where he was convcit dand with a heart overflowing with the great new truth as he con ceived it he came back to his old home to tech it to i is friends and relative He held a series of ectings in the school house in the Laurel Hi neighborhood ubou four niles from towr and made some converts to the new doctrine The members of the little congregation contributed what they could from their not over abundant earthly possess ions and with the sum built a church where they could wor ship according to their light For a while it flourished but one by one as the years went by members closed their eyes In that dreamless slumber tbat lat no man knows how long No new members full ot the vigor orous blood of youth took their places and the congregation dwindltd until now only onei woman Mrs ftDavii Davis remains and the years will not be long before her soultoo drops Off into what may tea century lo g sleen The little chnrch which for thirty t vo years ha stood h the roads de througl suqshine and storm battered bl the passing year and ova ape scarred by the sRrreligibus h iTd of fhildrnn from thE nf r bj schoolhouse has jit Ins g ni the way or its ttlecnngrtgjiti who wor bippid lee VJijij the untend r years hud left j the building was sold as week by Mr Davis tie solesurvinp member to Mr Ltgan of B ylt county fr 50 and in tearinfr it down he destroyed the llast vestage of mate ialv jvidencem the county of the SoulSleepers Harrodhburg Hfrald Hafions Dni2tore Will BUy It Bad You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera ani Diarrhoea Remedy Haydons drug store will refund your money if yogi are riot satisfied after u Ing it I Ii everywhere admitted to be the mct successful tcmftJy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It is pleasant safe and fellable r 1 Commissioners Sale JHvShehan PUT BqaltrNancyBy ylrtnft of a Judgment aad order of OlrcmtQurtratr orlDJ3 ia IallatthJartSprJngeIKyON t oclbok MghIgkeederatnpoicrdluf6 a fold towitAMooreavHleTalhington county Ky and bOUII1e1 iwit oeglnnogata stone lu thener of the Springfieldand Chaplixdee thence b I4tV 117 poles to aone thence S 431 w 59 poles to atone the andJutif421ITobaakefied aonethetactOhioailroad 3olesa1d tri3t thpnrA H Ii toheblackoitDthsbopofrthe l EJllw5POleJNbeginningeontaming For the purchase purchaserIllecurllyorbonds r Jdatethe force aUd effect ofa Judgmei1tJ havug rprompt1ywiththeTHOS A MEDLEY M CW C c Foi al About V2J oclock McCKord k Robertson will offer for tleto the highest bidder at Court House door Saturday JnljlStk their warehouse alsofour shares siock of Washington Couiity Pair Co The PauiIaioi 0Or Ha1ti ofthealthlifestrengthI pepsia Cure is the one great v iklne that enable the stomach aad digestive organs to digest assimilate aid transform all foods ikto the kind of blood that nourishes the ncrVwi asd feds the tissues Kodol lay the onnd iou for health Nat ure does he rest Indigestion Dyspepsia and dtaord raof the stomach aH dl eatiye organs are cured b7thewssof Klol Sold by C J HiydoS I0 dtarrh of lug tui4 When the stomach U orerloidd vhen boils Jaken Ito it that fails o digest it decays ahl inflame jik ntfcous membrane exposing the- erveandca4ses t e glands tose J crete much instea of jthe Batun1 juices of digestion This iis clitd atarrh of theStomach ForyMWiI suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medicines tailed to benefit meimtiTl used Kodol JDyapepaia Cure J R Rhea Coppsl Texas Sold by C 5 Uaydoa Weak and 9lder pople are mbre ess afflicted from in activity of tht kidneys Wlih feebleness and fe Ihe KjdnBTS become sluggUk and dp not expel the impariticf iron tIM system that naura iintended ta should ForihU purpose ayubIa efpecially intended it assitts natat MahyIand active condition Sold by Wood f Campbell t rfa IUI GREATEST CflMPfllBN OFFER EVER MflDE if The Louisville TiInes jfPublished every week day afternoon regular price 3 for 6 months The Weeklye CourierJ llrnafl Published every Wednesday morning regu Ilar price 6 months 50c aBOTH PAPERS 6 MONTHS iii By mail and your home paper IThe News4eader oi- Ol E YEAR FOR r I 7 ONLY i 444JRem flItter aMl THREE PAPERS f r S2OOiW The camnaign row on In Kentucky will bi intereti rmm iing and wcciing Evtrybody who caiiread wilt wOtW i keep posted m what i doing aSubse iptioit uncct this offer will bf eeui 1t M4 during June luly and August Ad3r icrJer i clii4 lug the full j rce 200 t 1r rtheNEWSLEA1 I SPRINGFIELD KY U 4 WMWS LEAD IrtrntsuEn EY1LtYT11USDAS ri A YEAR IN ADVANCE iSPRIrJCFIELD kv ciL DAVISON Jr tIUTUftANp1Ll5t8 jjjal or tn tno3 notices 10 cents pe- ltiSt subscqn nlTnfcertiou CAns on cundidatcsana pollUcal matter ent8 perline Job wot 1tl done at low rates bct cash ditfsr ba paid on delivery of goods A etIng contracts made on liberal rm Obituaries and resolutions of respccr 8 tlljlaper line 1NOtJNrCXENTjI cnnty4agttrntes 1250 County Officers U 5ftO plstrhtOmccslJO iIDURSCAY JULY 2SUCS 4 Foi Circuit Judge dwiar3 authorized to announce the jurao 1bHARLES a candidate fcfr the office of Circuit Judge of this the Eleventh Judicial iI District composed of the counties of Marion Taylor Green and Washiug 7 Jion subject to the Democratic primary J Cosimonwealilis Attorney VVeare authorized to announce I RL DURHAM It of Gree3ccunty is a candidate for thr Jvrofflaa of Cbmmopwealths Attorney 1tt abject to the action of the Demo cratio party in this the Eleventh Judicial district composed of the counties of Washington Marion Taylor and Grcent r- sf Cor Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce MR PM CAMPBELL I as a candidate for the office of Circuit IConrt Clerk of Washington county November election If elected will be fassisted 1n the office by RobrNpe ti For State Senator J We ire authorized to announce HARRY LANCASTERr f of Maroa county as a candidate ror the office off State Senator from the 15th Senatorial district subject to the act o1oftthe Democratic pnrt3 Precinct conventions May SOth 1903 1 I v For Representative sWe are authorized toannouncc Mr WILLIAM D ciLvTBKOOKE Ss a candidate for fbe office iot Representative in the lower bbale of Kentucky Legislature from Washington county Tiie Brealhitt troubles is once 1 mora b the front The speciali l f jury at Jackson returned an in dirc it pgainst Gardner Plum 1m charging withI ittemptinp- io bribe B 1 Ewen to leave tne country or swear f isely in tie Jett White case Indictments also were retuned against Jte CrawfprJ and EdTnarp ch- arirg thiai with barningEweas CJe1 An elLirt was roace to iimplbate Jud e Hargis and AiiSherlff Callahan in thn bribery ca ebut tie evidence ngatnjt y ihitn was Tito sufficient jo tle judgment of the ju org to justify anidLti e tt I t Afler lingering for dajs Le SetileanJ death Pore L o XUtdea4atIomeapda11thv civile d worldm uins the dtath if tt offa neat man and a wood r rate L r l JMt jor hrl Uuohesof Lou lisvillef exCHitof the tri dc Js L tinent was 1 jj 1dby a tro11e 85 carda Suniny I j t Orruits Enhmalc at ni Gcnerali jii Grunts estimate theabllitiesof tgcuerals of the armies says anot llccy of Grants staff in the National Magazine I think It is safe to say that i Sherman stood first For John A Lo gin he perhaps cnterjajncd the warm cespersonni feollugs Uti frtekidsbip- f for this brilliant soldier wan very pro n unetL General Thoinaa he consld ered a safe man null un Indomitable fighter Sheridan was one of his espc cla favorites He cftnsldercd this dash inijEoldieT almost Invincible i Good nenD Good setiro is a fund slowly and painfully accumulated by the labor of tccuturcla It Isn joyrcj of the first trafer whose value iUs dane under snds who has lost it cr xrlio observes life lives of others who have lost It Forniy part I think no price too great ojpay for sainingIt and keeping It fonthe possession of eyes that see and a judgment that discerns Charles iWagner t 411ownncc1Jyou should marryingwWehnve make allowanaes for the young youknOw MnnsbnConfound it thats what t Imlttcking ab9Ut I not only have to vf1 Mko on allowance for him tout now Ill have to make one for his wife too iEJuisas City Journal t Wlierc FlH BcIal Flaa Foils SupVIroped forms of credit jlmt s Jast It Bpt do you k1otrunit sort of tklpg wouldnt go mj 1aUorBostoa Commercial Bulletin r Tfte Strength of the coffee you buy adds to its value in the cup Lion Coffee 1 comes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Uniformity frMhnsu and fell rtrinstli I aro Insured to of LIon Coffee a John Wcrtcys SlircTvUli Wife declarestbntlIthethe evangelist Wesley hardly have found a woman more tin suitable than she whom he married She did not even confine herself to her tongue in her attacks More than once she laid violent hgnds on him Jack said John Hampson to his son I was once on the point of committing murder It was when I was In the north of Ireland and I went Into a room and found Mrs Wesley foaming with fury Her husband was on tire floor where she bad been trailing him by the hair of his tread and nbc her self was still holding In her hand yen erable locks which she had plucked out by the roots I felt continued Hump son who was a giant of a man though not one of WcslcyR warmest friends I felt as though I could have knocked the soul out of her Everybodys MagazIne I A Household Jewel A family in the southern part cf the city employed what they believed to be a household Jewel For a few days she proved to be all that they had an ticipated and everything went smooth rYeOn day however the husband game down to breakfast and made the annouucenicnt that they must get rid of the new girt Why John you must be crazy tad his wIfe with amazement Shes the best girl we ever had so respectful and a fine cook That makes no difference She Isnt honest Ob well well ndver miss loaf of ma1needEarly morning saw tier creep into our room go to my pocket take my pocketbook und empty it Oh well dear perhaps Its force ha1ttou know shes been married orI Philadelphia Ledger f TIre First Automobile- In these days of rust motoring and high railway speeds it to interesting toi recall that It was In July J829 some little Haas before George Stephenson bad solved the problem of steam trans port that Sir Golilsworthy Gutuoy made his famous journey In a steam carriage from London to Bath find back Gurney was n surgeon In Mary lebcn greatly glen to the working but of inventions in his spare time and It took him some years to complete hisI first motor in his back yard In Al bnny street in London lIe accompli ih ed the jouraey to nml from Bath at the rate of fifteen uillea an hour and there was only one disturbing 1icidenf when a crowd assembled at Melkshnui ret upon the machine and bavins burned their fingers threw stones and serious ly wounded the stoker This Guraey jonrney stands as the first example of locomotion by steam In Englrml They Inlil tIe Price The corporation of tine city of Glasgow wanted to purchase the Whistler portrait of Carlyle and In due course waited on the muster of the gentle art of making enemies about the iirice lOGO guineas They admitted It wan n mngnlQccut picture but Do you cot think Mr Whistler the sum a wee wee lilt excessive Didnt you know the price before you cam3 to me asked the master with suspicious blahdn388 Oh aye Vc knew that replied the corporation Very well then said Mr Wliistler In iris survcst tones lets tall of sonicthlug else And as there was nothing else of iutctv t to detain tire coiporatloil they paid the price antI trust a Glaswegian made uu excellent bargaiu Corrosive lulL With an Impatient grunt the book keeper threw away Iris pen antI put a new one in the holder Its terrible he said how Ink corrodes pen In six or seven hours n new pen will gin to scratch It keeps me busy cUing lug the blamed things let alone the ex pecac Theres money In It for the man who will Invent a noncorrosive link An od man a bill collector re marked to him My young frfenj Ill tell you a sure Way to stop your Ink from corroding your pen Take a fdw rusty iron nails and put them In Ink well The Inks corrosive ncld will play Itself out on the trails and in con sequence your pen will escape A pen that only lasts you a day now should with my method last at least a week Philadelphia Record Hospitality rUT Cities and communities frequently expend large sums of money In enter tamIng conventions conferences anti l 1IeausoIcity over andj the visitors have gone their several ways the people ask one of the other Does It pay to spend money thus There never was n case of publiC hos pitality that didnt pay it not iu dollars and cents In the extension rind broadening of that finest cf nil senti meats the brotherhood or man Day ton Herald Ria Adslilciou ntJtlnnlng To gratify tilt curiosity of the pub He Mr Dollarnllur purred the young parson with the notebook will yon please tell me if the first contribution you ever sent lon magazine was ac cepted The literary celebrity smiled genially swercdi I inn happy to say It was ho an What was It Four dollars for a years subscrip tion Chicago Tribune TIle Reunion Mrs Ncwed as husband arrives home from workOIi George our1 new cook Is a perfect gem Why shj airendy inns the kitchen looking 1Ik a parlor Mr Kcwrd Humph Expecting cOm pany tonight IsabelTown and Country oL = tr W Wwt SSOWftk COrvWi M SSSSi I iKJSra G i News FrorH The County mt I 1 7 ipchin 3s Among the County People 7 I II- asi V Reported by JGorresppndents i I w oo MM 3 y OO OO ill bura il J M Trent and wife visited reatlfvelUt I irlliLd Surdav u Jnck Sharp and wife were in t 1tunjayDr W W Hyatt has gone to Now York City to spend jeveral 0 I- week T J Miller was in Louisville 1St5 week Mrs Be tha Hale of Waynes villo Ill is visiting relatives in this cojpty II Tho members of the Christian church will give an ice cream supper at this place thq first Saturday night in August Everybody is cordially invited I to attend The proceeds vill go for church repairs Mcsdanres W P Cheatham Ida WtJlfc May Greenwood chaperoned a party cf young folks to Tatham Springs Ian Friday All joyed themselves and had a pleasantt day We learn that Mr Bee Poulter has sold his farm to Mr John Pt ruins possession given the first of February Price unknown We are sorry Mr Poulter con- Stemplates leaving our ountV s he is a eood citizen and wu re gret to give him upIMrs U G teaching school at Seavtlle Monday morning Mr W P Clieathatn opened his school at Breckinridirq and G C nibbs at this IRev J A Sims wll fill hi s thisIpiace Sunday night Mrs Motch Hyatt is v siting relatives at Bloomfield this week Mr C L Blanton of Boston was at W S Gibbs last Sunday Chas Mcllvoy callea to his friend iin Nelson county last week c We are sorry to report the sick folks in our midst no better R n Scruggs left tor Chicago Ill Friday morning Mr Jjohn Christendom of Tah low was in our midst last week putting up tombstones IUncle Fantley Shewmaker who was seriously hurt a few weeks ago by a horse falling on him att Fenwick is able to bent his sons Dee Shewmaker this Richard Pinkston weekI Springs passed through ouri town last Sati rlay en route to Springfield He was accompa niol by Miss Pinkston of Louis ille Mr A n Wells and daughter Mrs Crown ot Louisvillo spent the day with W S Y Goodlett- at Pel in Sun Jay I1laCkVil Itr Jane Walk r iU quite sic witb tyj hoid for r The jr ublic scnool began Itit this pi ce last Mon lay with good attt ndance W F Hull spent last Sund y with S G Cull and family ut Harrotfsbuijr A Ferroll was in Frank fort oi c day list vrck Miss Mary ACIPS Thompson ljweekt lj reatives here Misses ferrellc f Richmond rjand Jennie Webb ol FerryvillIP tare guests at the home of Dr JH P Cox Miss Nelland CordtiaIHobbs spent last with Miss Rena Yankey at Pleasant Grove Mrs Sam Tatham of Tahcm Springs Ins been visiting relaj tives here for several day iMrs Bertha IIilo and hut daughter of Wayncsville III are visiting her sister Mrs George Walker near this place Willie Sweeney sold some fit shoas to different parties last week at 5J cntsiBooker JMiss NelLie Yatos one of on r chirmrng ladies has returnedJ home to visit her parents Miss SUSaPOpl of Spmnsllell t pined her school at tnis place Monday morning 0s Settlei made n flying trip cLuisvjlle 1onday l lt1ltSS Mary Goatley anl slat r spent Sunday at Taf ham Mr Dan William aid mother of JetTer onville and Mr B jblit of Louisville anJ Mrs Josie Settles and daughter Louise spent the day with Misses Nettle and Ophelia Yates All repcrt a good time Brohcr Atkinson preached to a large crowd at New Hope Sunday Jim Moore of your town and Ben Crow called at this place Sunday to see their best girls Clinton Grumes Woodlawn and Joe Crume and Nat Bricken of Maud called at this place Sunday Mrs Bettie C fmmings of Lout isville is visiting at the kome of Mr A C Yates MOORESVILLE Married et Brush Grove by RevThcs Bird Mr James Ben ham Jr aced 18 to Miss Ada Berry aged 16 May every joy be theirs May and UIJvie GoaLIe IMisse Wall and Messr Jas voorf Ben Crow and Hem Sqeftiey and others were u1 Tatoam Sunday A W Eddlemen has been Ie appoitted to take charge of the L N affairs atBook r Station and has resumed his duties A goodcrowd was out t New Hope to hi ar Rev Adkins preach last Sunday Hay Harvest will windup this week as alIs will oats harvest Wheat is selling ut 77c jcr bushel corn at 02i and 053 per busnel Mr AC Kalb has engaged in business at Bloom field His family wilt stay at Maud r several weeks yet pj IWork will begin in earnest on the pikes in a few days We hope to have better toads this wiiitjr than we had last wintcv If we dout God help us Mr I W Eddleman is quite ill 1at this writiogI Mr Lucas Moor pased through here last Tuesday en route to fcprmgtield He lives 1lit Huber Station Miss Suaie Moore and Miss Curlis tire visiting at P A LyddanesFatviev i School opened up pupilIup dance Miss Kate Shaonty as teach r IeIn reply to your valued c rreh- pondent from HilUboro will say was not my intention to criti 1cisc any of Ihe R F D carriers out simply stated that Ius a star route carrier had to deliver my njuil hie Uoy were given a holiday I live en II F D route No laud am a PI ticuar fiicnd of Logan Walke the carrier signej his pper t10 secure t ei ptsiiiou My tune will expire as- ljlUuil c rieron Star Route Ju y 901u hen 1 have u more paying route in iev Nw ts far as patriotism is concert cd we have a few patriotic pcipe down id these pa ts As fur itS my job is concerned it is just as paying and jutts popular as it was when tli R F D sta tea and fur as beii g for myoil I a ill leave ihat for my neighbors to say If I had houghtany body ouIJ of tatton offence at what Isaid Iwould have not nuemalice agains uuyuuu in this world and if your correspondent thinks Jam selfish or for sell alone just vt him ccme down in ul1dtinquire of any mar oman cr child concerning me and I willl abide by their decision Forrest Vicw Forest View has teen Llessed FVaTaa II- BURTS Ir wI 5 lUlycf CUTS the bleeding Kills tho Pain Provenb Blood Pcison Hew quickly the Pain ProvcntaCwolllngs BRUTISESStops out tho Inflammation Itcvm do 1y111tSVO say cr J1ocf refunded LOo330TTL = uLa IuaaXsTfl Fo1ebye JHaydon h past week with most ls Jlighlful fhowers reviving ypgc talion of eyery lkind Arthur Cairbb left in com pa ny with en 13 ith for Luis yille last Sunday where he till reside in the futu e Jo Medley and sister Miss Fronie entertained a large nun beriof their young friends at1 IIsick at this time rMIo and Mrs Thomas Blam were the guests of Mrs Blanford brother Wat CBryan last Sunday ackberries are plent ful and of superior quality this se son Go 0OCCOOOO3OeOOOOOoo PRINCE I 0 0 CIIlRMlNG0 0 0 o By MIRY SINTON LEVlS o fI3 Copurtyif l jSJ a T McClure 0 OCO OOOOC3OOOOOOO3OOO a Clare Worthington sat before tjne In the great oak paneled library trod tried to read but her book hat slipped unheeded to the floor while her thoughts wandered to that evening a week ago when the man whom Rhe waa now awaiting had asked her to be his wife Sill had begged forn lest dnys In which to consider her answer and after a week of severe piental struggle she that morning had mulled to him the following letter My Dear Mr Stauuton It ecms best to write what I have to SIIas I have an explanation to make tlithout which should not feel justified In giv ing you an answer I was always a complete failure as an actress and so frallklJC8s1Iboth of us I am not in love with you Iud It has always been a part of my creed that marriage without love Is a terri ble mistake I have seen the girls with whom have grown up make one hy one what the world calls excellent matches I meanwhile have clung desperately to my Ideals and waited for the Prfjice Charming who should entry me tjff toJiis magic castle In Wondwland But Prince Charming has never come And now Is it best to wait for him any longer It is very doubtful whether be will ever come nnd even It he did would Wonderland be a Wonderland after all to a woman of thirtytwo yearsor more I think not But believe In marriage and be lieve In It for myself I lend zr busy happy life but I long for wider scope SJllAGtt film nrti DIIATLT tIluuta bigger usefulness dOer friendship ove nil liml to l iifodod ns only rnled woman can be treaded And go come to till you that lIebe your wife Vou are too gi iuruii to luUundiTstam my motives or to titri lut would ionsiMit to marry you toiikl trot give you couifilete hoitor trust feel fur you too 1sfchIHt OIl eohllnl than liuve eW ore else man or wbtnrin Uh we ore gl od companions arc we taut Do you remember that first wa lk we tool till parkiand what IInte hrd what sheer unadulterated fun A man mill woman ought rawer to marry think unless they enjoy jach other unless they have good times to gether But you mitt always And do you know am only just be ginning to realize what enrnestnoss YIShlIURell that nrccl and shall make you happy will make you happy If Dotldid trot feel that would not II be hurt about Prince Charmlng will bury him deep deep you Who knows what spirit of UlldeI happiness may riseout of iris CLAIIB When this letter land slipped out pf the girls fingers Into the box arid shre lad heard the lid snap upon It she ijnd felt hs tho gh iui em of her life iiid closed The old order had changed yielding puree tp the new But thoujh she was sacrificng tho ideals for wltfch sire hind so stoutly fought she kijjAv that her motives were pure and tier heart clean It was her wisdom ahjne that sire doubted Even na she waited now to hear hr lovers step upon thc flags outside siie was conscious onS vrgu fear n vague yearning for tat might hnvp been A quick footstep In the hinD stnrt Kl tier out of her reverie She glanced at the clock on the mantel It vhs not yet S aud Sprague Stauntpn nirely called before half nftcrii8 Then It flashed across her mind tljttt tills would bci dirrerent from otbcr ftillsthnt lc would bo eager to rejcli tier us soon as possible that ho would not sit there lli the straight backed chair on the icnposltc side of the lire place und talk wUh mar with formal politeness as had always dncI before He1r11S coming with a IjJJslarwssbesep came nearer t w m l To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Taws C IllSevea MBoa bes soW Ia H t 13 actS T1isMt uts 9 IZXftPPLI wjr Ti- itIiiIii ili iillitiiti tiIiI Jiilm iiilI AiI fil A1S iliw wi1 jI The FFarmefS Spp1yllusL 1I r ISLLrt t 4IF Ti rr 9t J IIl k M JAI Ji 11I THOMPSON k fiBEll rII Is the place to owitb your 2g rto fI444 IIl C-h I FIELD 9ED8riBi i Of al kinds Agents for OLD HICKORY WAGeStiid fif for the Bslebrated eo 0 tW1 L fII Onr line of bug je for the Spring Trade 18 bginnigto arrive is more elaborate than ev rUttf1 GOAL in any QQuantify at Lowest Pricesi I 4 THOMPSON GEEN i 3I RRIN6F h KY st 1l 1Pt f mO ftf ff fOf tt f M m If DizzyAppetiiepoor Bowels constipated Tongue coated liverlAyers CovegeiaueWant your moustache or beard ta beautiful or rich black Use BUCKINGHAMS DYE nrrt en nirccms L r ro msmrc mimi onterca wan a note dare tore it open with fingers that shook My Dear Clare I cannot lot loumarry me When tell you this you will realize perhaps as you have flavor done what my love for you menu to me love yon passionate ly entirely with all my strength and that is the reason that I must give you up Thank you oh thank ouCor being honest with me And wait dear for Prince Charm tog If lie never Hids you you will ct lehst have been true to what Is best in you In being false to that I rim sure you would mover find that wider scope and the usefulness for which you long Some would In your place perhaps but not you You see that Instead of being a crusty old bachelor as I ought to be I am a young still but that is nil your faultSam going to drop In soon after IInote roaches you just for a quiet goodby I mid that I cannot go away without that There Is a piece of work In London that must be looked after and I am glad to take the chance of a sea trip Faithfully yours SlUAGUE STAJJXTON As tire girl finished reading the letter the Ore crackling noisily threw n spar at her feet She watched it slowly bore Its way Into the Persian rug their Illcker nnd go oijt She re alized with a start that she had trot ex theIStepping to the glass she pinned stray lock of hair Into Its Iluct1 Then she sat down and tried to thlnX nut her mind seemed strangely blank Even the cruckllug of the Ore annoyed her 1ftW could not have told whether she hd sat there a minute oran hour wfien tire maid brought men Sprague Stnuntona card When he came In the room seemed to brighten There was a sunshine about his personality which every one felt without quite understanding This evening his face was unclouded Tire girl looked nt him anti wondered Was this the man whose letter lay on her lap You got my note Is It all right he asked lien Clio nodded silently Then with a quick change of tone Thank yOu he saint and now nm off on n sea trip old sea dog that am I can fairly smell the salt already You ought to have boon a sailor trip of his 1CS100shcI for tine save of OtblHllr theIfirm when he bade her As she heard his goodbYeI along the hall tire room began suddenly to swim round hpr Her throat grew dry her heart seemed to stop beating In a moment the heavy front door would open and close again nnd Sprague Staunton would be gone out of her life forever Mastered bynn emotion such as sine had never known sire stretched out her arms blindly nnd called his name She heard the front door open Oh If he should not Incur She forgot that sho- could recall him by n note on tho won row forgot everything save that he was going from her afcd that she must not let him go Sprague she cried desperately SpragueIn n lie was beside her and had gathered her Into htenrma- love you Oh hoWlr love you Prlucc Charming shl drain With Arm and flacks Chairs wltnt high backs nnd arms after coining unto general use with tine renaissance hegira to be ornamented with an sjuionnt of carving and gilding that has hardly since been equaled which came uatumlly front the artistic tfiitti3 cC tte pcrloO 1bclr size form cTwi I and Oft brown bigger Idealist whispered It iTrIr f A rew Facts1 Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper write a puem on it and make t Ultworth 5000 v TtfsGStelisr fWUfff J P Morgan can write a few words on a piece of paper and make it worth ooorob1j rTr ifhat Capitaa f4MiM I A mechanic can take a pound of stce1and Ji work it into watch springs and make it worth 8oo J kiUrWe can write a cheek for ioboo06 and it v 4Swould not be worth a dime J Y That s OUCh Your wife can buy a cloak worthfoSqb t S i ssf nesip- refers j one that costs 50 r That S Natural ewThere Vr Ithat they have better stock than weiha e tt Tf That tGall We have a good stock oaI kindsfEuiId v J tJ Hf ing material that we are willing to excha gcif o T lor either Free Silver or Gold at a reason M able profit Thats Common fense 5prfeTd LrnberC67t 4 1 nu tie amount or awornnon lavished on them Indicated the rank fortmif authority or social position of their possessors BIshopS and abbots hail scats corresponding with their disnity while those below threw sat on stools or benches Only tine king and queen and persona of high rank could beseat cd on chairs with nrms nnd backs in the tunic of Catherine de Medici n ulj her son courtiers and favorites sat about thcui on stools celled taborets This manner of oxpresslngVbdlflehUC of rank prevnIIAl under Louis XIV Irevointinincarved succeeded tthe nnncliair w called in these times which with un important variations Is much thiRnme as In the reign of rx ul9 XIV Sped moiw of the Ito ls usd by the ftiyorj Itcs until ladles of honor of tine king and queen may cUll be s Culn tC royal palaces of Inince They werip chnnged Into tire modern p rldr chblr by simply adding n hack w hlch has hardly tun do them more cquifortable PhotolnphID LIhtnln To successfully photograph a flash lt of llgstnlug feiiys an eipert amateur htj1l11sdirection of its approach and point and focus the camera ia that direction It a boa camera is used no focusing Is needed if a cycle tpddel B used focuS at a hundred or more feel the camera supportpicapleave open until a brilliant flash makes Its appearance within tine field of tho lens thun dose the shutter or cash the lens at once andyou will find that you have a negative which upon develop otUhf11ngI t t flashes or to what Is called sheet light ning as both forms only ddd to the detail of your negative AVnlt for the brilliant flash of chain lightning and the river of light wilt with Its great intensity plnotographItself The AVorm fnrnm They were almost ready to start and like n good liusband Mf Smoker wait ed patiently for his wife to pUt the fin ishing touches to her toilet Sire wqa adjusting Inca hat anti ttook a hat pin from a big cushion Suddenly she ex claimedSI thiuklts a shame Sir tIt that women sharpenlend pCJ1cltsnntlI open cans with their husbands razoru Yes my1 dear Yes ot t never do stich things with your razor and f dont believa any woman docs as tIre Avritersrailese jlooked at your razor once when I lund a box of sardines to open but It was so sharp and so wabbly in tho linnjllejthat I was afraid to usa it Besides when I want to sharpen a pencil and liave no knife I nibble n point oalt Yes inj dear t But if the writers wjsii to put something true in the papers why dpat they go for ths men who use their wives hat plus for pipe cleaners Ugh yon nasty brutes t Mr Smoker forgot to say Yes my dear New YorlcT1wbt rfp Ia I 3v Blue Grass w f JnrseriesFruitanjOrnarnent al trees grape Mines small fruits abparagus rheu bar 1111antjntgy fY thingfot orchard lawn and gar4eSSttaberry pnJtg n era Gatalpgueson request L F tf J1IhhHNMEYROLexJngtonKy t i = = c WANTED is Wti would like ioaslribfbtigli Ihecldinnsof STJiJ rriLth-ere Is any person who Jvaji jsed arecns August Flower for the cure jotlodigestiprpe sin4tud tivrfPtoubIdikajlrss not been curedafld westalsos jStuahtttllj habitual cosU engssj fBftrvou dyspepsia headaches desgo- dejt feehnjsfs sieeplessnes ain tuct any trouble connected witk the Stomach or liver ThistJ meJicine has been soldrauyi years in all civilized countde tan we cciibio corpondho- u tan- books sjidj yovfapfSi frae oficqst Jlypa neVePs tried August Fiowetr5i e irbottefttst W1fb V iknJ n 6its 7fa llif J4tIrQIisomethit more serious iis the mattor wctb r At sz3 has jest been introduced this year Regulariize75cemti- 4t t all druggist Gl tr Green Woodbiirr N J Cf r lnd off I DeWtttI iI d 1 1Om lmiDeiJIW sls IcthMiadtMii Withhlli I WiGis od1s s 5ckH isa as- S1rsrALvg1 WAhar ECDSWlttCoCk1ci 4 1 j r jr rtiluiI j 7w H J 1 IPI- ATDTDENTITi UItiItTPIXTflACTE t RINGEEDkY- r rJ I DrJ HLAMPTOrL juu5 rt t OFFICE r itioenH 44k 1ics5PINGFIELDKY01 t OKEICBi Dc Rlnebarts for MtftOMucft overPcoplesItopCMrft 1IHR tOlloe hours 12 to 2 piin WF4GR1GSBY- 1Tia Et fYJ O1ce over reopfes Bank v qPRINGF1ELD KY L sjI X re aoaee af VerlaIne 1 An anonymous writer in ToDay st1 auecdoteof LisIt 1irt tonti to 1Itt1e books 9i Tiear tlieTOdeon in Paris As he entered Gladstone saw a strange looking man id conversation with the book e1kr and car ngnO1dcdybfVfl- and Jii m iW sJtggoo dirty his face was matted with bnrjMJifJha4tbe eyes ot nn arch angel with the month and Jaw otn baboon vNcvertheless the respectful attitude of the bookseller showed that Ct IpersonntltyOladStoneI the stranger shuffled out of the shop WjioygithSt gentleman 7 asked Qladr stone He hnstiii ertraotdlnary knowledge bf French poetry Mon Blearl he himself Is our greatest poet Cest uJ eh1nef fjgfi lettlBr F njilSM A New York mail tells a quaint story about anew maidservant heouce employed n f Vi1 This Jnatc1 he 8nid adbust come ovcr Jroui the old couirtotJiijaslio was veryigreen I Everythln sDe did pro claimed her greenness One of her habits was always to come downstairs backward assure yob It was a funny sight to see herdeseendlng n staircase slow ly In that way Her hand grasped the balustrade tot safety ri dev y JIttle while she looked round to see how mucb farther she hndJo goIWhy do you come downstairs backs trnrd Kathleen som one asked her Sure SIr she answered thtstb- eIbwny we always came downstairs the ship comln over Isnt It the fashion In America rV rcrBl That Shocks Onthe coast of trk4Vest Indian Is lands h curious kind of coral lj found called tnlllepoca TLis has a most extraordinary property which makes the people who know it very shy of ft handling it TlieuiomOutyou pick up a piece a sort of electric thrill runs through yon and an agonizing pain shoots through your jaws Yqufceii as if every tooth nnd veqr nerve and muscle coifnecfed wfth thddi was burning The acute pain lasts gen emily for njxmt half an hour and slow ly passes o CJuf the effects do not dis apppa ntlrely for hours Tuef reason of this furious shOck br poisoning Is a mystery s SIjOI r Beef TlQngb the truthot lbs fm JJlat Kinggamea I erijngland once knight ed 0 loin ot bef Is dlsptrted the Louie in which the ceremony is said to have occurred Is peiiited out as well as the table on width the sirloin lay The v scene ofthe htoriQ Jest lies between Hlghdnfs park anu Cblngtord near iioiidonl It Iia curious house with quan lbW pitched ceilings and a fine garden with fruit trees of great size IwaS ori hls return from one pf his 1iuthieipedttloz In Eppiug fes1t thapthejKBrIti u Solomon is said to have given practical proof of his favor for the roast beeof old England y f t IT1JakeD iUn days of old the tinker bold ylen called tp mendf a PotWduld build a dam o jnolstened meal around the leakage spot The melted solder thus lYbutwheni was thrownawny And so the meal trthcnuseless nsn Lake CohltuQt lam beVama synibol hence we say Not worth a tinkers damMRoner r Monthly Danger of XeversI lntyo think youre working too hnrtir IWell thcreS Ja Jot Of unfinishedi 1t before me and 1ve got to cover J tlieBroun3ih n very short itime- Befter slow down a bit or the ground will cover y6u In a very short time Philadelphia Press r t t r4 TBie Pale Hor e WliSt makes em talk bout Death always ridfn a pale hoes some one askedrof Brother DickeyLSWell viis the reply any boss Iin ciecountry but a mule would turn pale teriseovDcathcomlnr Atlanta Coast tut bn4 f V The Farthent Limit tHpnpeck doesnt dare to say his souls his ow- ntsworse than that His wife cvenlllps the waiter when they go ot to iHtieh togetlaerChleugo llecord Berpjd iWf fi lifM r TJr M vi ift W SIfZ i4Yf IIWII 1I 5 t St s Eiionr J III n a wwsi Jtisd iw YkpcamdiaaUiiss HI iji ItIgUNt Local Happenings of riThe Freshest and latest IAuAtYs t 1r Friends 1iid4c4 atce i cTyo1dl Medal flourfor sale bbWrUagan 6 Fn groceries of all kinds for sale bf C W lagan BiiYou fruit jars and your sugar from Joseph A Shader If you want a good oiJ stove McBlrpyj Shultz have the- iGofotWHga1forrfr TUT your sugar Buy jiipwfbrftt is sure to igJg I Ture soda iJerDot milk diluted served wjtb shaved ice at Joseph A Shaders J t Nicefathens eggs and choice fryjng chlckensalWays on hand rfat e Jltry HOuse tArietw supply lof bats balls masks mitsfiarfd gloves ver- 3atosepSlidders jt joRArEAbout tr 85squareR of secondhand tin shingles pi3 t9 MoElroy Sji1tz t f Cou 1try bacon of all kind wanted Cash If preferred o OWftHln Fruh jar season is here Now dont forget that C W Hagan has a large stock for sale cheap I WANTED Chickens eggs and all kinds of produce Highest cash price paid A B CrADBERRY Mr W K Robertson has bought of I H Thurman and W C McChord the old High School property for 2250sI WANTED Country bacon hams at best market price for l cash or goods also chickens eggs and butter Joseph A Sha der Mr J W Sweeney bought of Wallace Seay a farm near Mooresville tor 2250 The i iim contains about sixty acres and is a very desirable placf LosTcOn Tuesday morning between my home and St Thbiitt nic church a p irof gold frajie spectacles jturnFinder pleasere l The local lodges of the Q B FVand S M T will give theirC annual picnic next Saturday afternoon at Grundys Parks Everybody invited and a goodt time promised The McChord Robertson warehouse cm Main streettwas offered for sale at public auction last Saturday afternoonand was knocked down to L H Thurman at1425IMrs Katie Ray Hays of this countyand Mr E T Franklin of Q4nderson county Ky were granted first class certifi i ca sbt the teachers examina tion held here on last Friday andaturdayII person l prop arty of the late Wm Edwards took place on last W and was well alt edneSd8YI Vhing bringing good prices The utIt3Mr R E Bughs Secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Asso ciaWon of the Worlds Fair and Mr W H Newman Chairmaci of paySprfngfield July 31 for the purpOseof so- ficitrngaid to the fund for Ken tuckyjs display at tthe great ex posjttpn The gentlemen desire to meet as many citizens of the town and county as possible at the Court House here on Friday morning at 9 oclock for the purpose of outlinine plans forming committees etc tMiss Susie ParrdlJb daughteri of Mr RobertjParrottdied in Louisville on last Thursday where she had been on a visit to her sister She hadibeen ill onlyl meningitisIwas the cause of her death The deceased was about 28 years of age and was a young lady of many excellent qualities ofr character The remains were brooght here for burialpn Sat urdy The funeral ervices were held at the Baptist church on Saturday morning conducted by Rev Umnon J Notice Eegs lie prinf Chi kns12c PQultryHOUIeN TOPICS 9 I I LewIs the bright little sin of Mr and Mrs Sterfirig Thompson died Tuesday evening after a sport illness Tue little fellow was born February 2 1902 ands Ihe pride of loving parents and friends Everything in the way of medical skil and tender nursing that could be done was done to save the little life but an all powerful Providence deemed it otherwise The svm pathy of the entire community goes out to ttie young parents in- thistheir sad bereavement The funeral took place at Pleasant Grove at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon I f SHOT TO D1ATHy 1Jte Casteel Meets Death at the Harts if Getrge Alvey at freerrcksttwi Joe Casteel was shot and mor tally 4unded in George Alveys saloon 4t Prederickstown on last Saturday evening and lingered until Sunday afternoon when he died Alvey who did the shooting gave himslf up toh the Sheriff and at his examining trial held before Special Judge j C C McChord 11diRcharged j There were quite a number offj witnesses introduced at the trIalt pnly two of whom besides the defendant owever were eye witnesses Ben McAnally aod Bruce Humphrey the two eve witnesses tell quite different about the affair Mc Annally who went into the sa loon with Casteel says that Alvey had refused to sell Casteel any more drinks when the latter began to curse and abuse Alveyf when Alvey raised his pistolp and fired the ball striking tenl first on the thumb and passing on entered his abdomen Casteel bad a knife in his baud but acdoVaihg to JvfcAtrndllV bad made no demonstration towards J uiqiti Alvey stated that Cas teeJ esjjIes cursing and abusing him was advancing in a threaten ing manner and he thought was about to strike with his knife when the fatal shot was firedc Casteel after being shot turned and walked out on the street and sat down Ha was removed to a neighboringhouse and lived nearly 24 hours A good deal of testimony asto character was introduced nearly all of jvhich went to prove that the dead man had bourne a bad reputation was generally considered a audI gerous man when j The dead man leaves a wife and ll several small children in poorJ circumstances Alvey formerly kept a salpcn in Bardstown and had only returned to FrederI ickstown to take charge of the saloon there a few weeks IGrand Picnic agoI Twentythird ann ua picnic at Tunnel Hill will take place on Saturday August 1st There will be music and refreshments and tots of amusements The Louisville Nashville railroad will sell round trip tickets at half fre fom his place A big crowd will be on hand and lots of fun anticipatedIHG FOWLER Propr Last Notice The tnxpayers of Springfield Graded School District are notii fled unless theirs botl tax is paid before the 24th day of July the same will be collected by levy and sale GC WHARTON Treas List Strayed ir Stolen 1From my placo in Springfield a sow and nine pigs Larger white sow with crop in left ear Reward for information leading to recovery J I WIMSATT Springfield Ky WorIlliz Night And Day The busiest and mightUfst lit lie thing that ever was made is- pr Itings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brain faJt into mental ppwer Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c ec tto Sold bYJJ flvdons trS Ia Oe iT irb UM faniM Laxative cmoQidaIa TsbMs I MU Hit H HOR- DJDELNTIST T OFFICErs lru iT Bcsnu t Hflrraancntly located SPRINGFIELD KY PERSONAL Miss Esther Bpulware enter ClayJbiookedn Tuesday evening Mr John Edelen and wifei Miss Lucy Spalding and Dr Will Smith of Bardslownare at Mr R H Edelens country home near town Mr Will Wharton joined a Lebanon party this week to go to Mammoth Cave Master Edwin Casey of Law ren eburg is a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs John W Lewis i this week His mother Mrs Edwin Casey who is visiting friends In Lebanon WdS over- esterday Jim Cheschetr of Louisville is here this week Miss Gertrude Stoker of Bardstown is visiting Misses Edith and Myrtle Price of this = place Dr S J Smock went to Bardstown Tuesday to attend the regular meeting of the Iri county medical society One of the most enjoyable ouse parties of the season was S given at the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs William Bush in t onor of the following guests Katie and Roxy Wake ti eld Bessie Settle Hallie Hus by on Nellie Andrews and Eva Royalty Messrs Heury Royalty Will Russell and Lynn Bush Mr and Mrs buh are noted for their hoapiialtysDr Sidney Green left last week for Pineville where he will locate and engage in the practice of dentistry C John C Shader is cm the road this week making a trip Or the Menne C ndy Co in the lace of Harry Shader who is at the Springs Mrs Hutching and Miss l Ricketts of Norfolk Va who have been visiting their sister Mrs J A Boulware have re turned home Mr G W Campbell of Willow Springs Mp is on a visit to relatives in this county MrC Campbell isa native of this county but has been away for many years He is a brother of Circuit Clerk F M Campbell Mr J Charles Greene made a flying trip to Cincinnati lasttJ week The members of the Clay brooke house party spent the b day yesterday at Tatham IRoi Wharton entertained ac arge party of his young friends last evening at his home A g pleasant evening was enjoyed IMr i and Mrs J J McCabe and Mr and Mrs Harry Shader have gone to French Lick SpringsJMrs Ella Mont gomer is in Louisville foi a two weeks visit Rev J W Carter and wife and Miss Elizabeti Carter of Ow njcounty were gues s at rhett J S Yanttey hom this county Ho Luc Moore of Louisi vile is visiting lelajives hereI this week Miss Margaret MrChord g ve a select little dance in honor ofI her tit le visitors Misse Lemon Pontz and Dundridge Fr day l night a Searcys Hall A most delightful time wus enjoyed by all presentcMiss Edith Dandricgo and Miss Poyntz two of Mss Marga forIWilliam J Robertson gave a lawn party on last Tuesday nIght at the beautiful country home of his grandfather Mr W F Booker There were about 75 young people present and everybody and a thoroughly pleasant evening Miss Alice McElroy entertain ed a large party of her young friends in a most charming manner at her home near town on last Monday night to mbett her visitors the Misses Price oi LouisvilleThe Leachman enter tained the members of the Clay brooke house party at a picnic at their beautiful cquntry home i dn Monday No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamber lains Stomach andLiyer Tablets after once trying them They always pro dace a pleasant movement of the bowels Improve the appetite End JHaytIonsJ 1f WW 121 k 22 PRl rsiLiW ii Wii4a I OSfcLOTBMLV 3 Iig I JEWe have several lots of Mens and ii Boys Suits andodtl Pants which we will offer at 1 12 puce for i 3O pHYS or until they are cjlosed out This is E Ian exceptional opportunity to get a suit or pair of Pants at a Ii SACRIFICE C iI Come and see if you are lucky enough to find your size Everything we handle at REDUCED PRICES the balance of the season i IROBERTSON IBRO Springfield Ky m w m SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION CTheWashington County Sunday School Association was held at E d Mockville Methodist church th Itaturdayvention wits called 10 order by 4 the County President W ptII Claybrooke after wtnch devo onal exercises were conducted o tr Rev R H Hobbs The r0 fi puns of the schools made were firlvgood A contribu tion of 560 was sant to jie convention by the different and delegates in atte4ie dance j The subj ct of Sunday School tt was discussed by RJJv D Ward in an earnest thoughtful and acceptable man nero The Relation of Sunday School to the church was ably handled by Rev G A Strick andIProf Orceneth Peters gave us what might be designated HA few Mucilaginous Words whichll he desired to StICIrcRev R H Hobbs gaye a short talk the trend of thought was or a higher spiritual life among Sunday School workers and forl practical work in all lines After which the convention adjourned for dinper The Mackville i people did royally entertain the people and were thus entitled to compliments The afternoon session was opened by devotional exercises Rev C D Ward Judge W E Selecman talked interestingly n the Sunday School worktt Rev Hobbs and Wilbur Peter ave some valuable methods on How to keep the Young Men in SundaySchool which was well recei vedjThe duties of the Superinten dent was presented by Eld W Ezra Sutherland in a wellfilled l Pod of PseJudge Selecman add essod the audience onIIThe Sunday School Teacher and his theme was beautifully handled State Secretary E A FoxI presentei the Stat Work inI its true melts wh ch was practical and forcible and created quite an interest in the wok which will doubtless meet with more hearty response for whenI he work is presented in is irue light the people will rivtMt their IlheIpresentedThe county secretary T J Settle made his report which IIs was very encouraging alter which a collection and pledges to the amount of U50 was taken upforthework The following officers were named for the ensuing year W D Claybrooke President W Ezra Sutherland VicePresident T J Settles Secretary Wilbur Peter J W Perkins OB Pope Judge Selecman Z P Leachman and W P Cheatham Executiv Committee Prof J H Howell led tnje choir in singing Will there b any Stars in my Crownfaftdt which the closing prayer wajjfe offered by Eld W Ezra Suthetf land LILAC CASTORIATsrI flu KW YM Mm Ahrajs iap Bears ui5 of 1 Nasal ATARRHI- n ill Ua Itac there iJioald be t1ine lys Cream Balm- nsesoothesa4hsg e dlaeazxd nenhrani ere caarrhaddrIeaoId war a Cnam Balm pUMd Into Oi nostrils nrtkdi the mehane and U absorbed BU lb Inv nedlti and a car fonowt It U sot drying doe otrqdn ssaing lar 0 Size cents at Dreg steabym11 TtiiBlziOcentabytnfl orsuWeu St2C 7oI Wouldnt Show Mistress greatly shocked laIt pos lbie Mary you are making bread without having washed your bands New GirlLorwhats the difference mum Its brown bread A man Is at his best when be is at nding to his own buslnesi Pallas m Bared Ann a Duelling A colonial shrew who was threatened with the ducking stool was once saved by this plea You wish to duck Ann Wlllott to ure her her defender declared Now If she be not cured where is the gala in ducking her And if she be cured all the women who now keep a guard over their tongues through distaste to be likened to such a known notorious and contemptible scold as Ann will do so no longer but although it Is not like any should become such as she yet all will scold a little more than now they do the check of her example being removed Now it is better that Ann being a single woman without family to afflict should go unpunished and un ducked but despised by all and wag her tongue as she will standing therecc in for the whole town than should be silenced and the tongues of other women run more free This argument seems to have prevailed for Ann Wlllot was never ducked Youths Companion Stepuehona Birthplace In a red tiled two story house on the road between Newcastle and Hexbam England was born George Stephenson the Inventor of the first practical locomotive on June 0 1781 He earned his first regular moneya shilling a week for looking after cows and he wits eighteen before be learned to read Jfte modeling of engines in clay was his favorite occupation as a boy and whenIhe grew up toward manhood he charge of engines and displayed his in ventive genius in their Improvement At last in 1813 he produced his first locomotive which he called a traveling Lord avensworth was called a fool fur advancing money for the con struction of a locomotive A few years however proved that Lord Ravens worth was not so foolish as people sup posed for In 1825 the Stockton and Dar lington line was opened for traffic Electrical Current ITbe traversed by a heavy cur In passing through the body is a matter of great Impor tance The most dangerous is from one hand to the other because the Ieo slstonce of the path is low and because the current passes near the heart Hence it In a good rule in handling live conductors to use but one hand An Important rule to observe in rescuing a person in contact with a live wire and when it Is impossible to cut off the current is to push the victim off with one pasSInot pass near the ueort serious Injury not likely to result Proof of a Coniplracr The following story is tQld In explanation of Jho reason why the teach ing of chemistry in Turkish schools was forbidden some years ago It had been proposed that this science should be added to tho curriculum but the first thing that struck the eyes of the ruler of the faithful on opening an elementary textbook of chemistry was the formula for water H2 O Here said the sultan is proof of n conspiracy to undermine my author- Ity in the eyes of my subjects H two O Thats nothing but a sly way of intimating that Hamid IIIs a naught Beyond BeUefIMr Hunter reading Huh This ad vertisement says roomy flat to let Talk about your condensed lye Mrs HunterHoy doypjj mean Mr HunterWell if its omy1tm- rely cant be a flat If its really a flat it cant be roomy and if by some miracle it should bo a roomy flat it wouldnt be to lctihladaphia iressto t Worked Both Ways Joggles Are they good divorce law yers- Waggles Best Jntbo business Theyve originated over a hundred dif ferent ways of collecting alimony and as many nlpre fqr evading the payment of ItJudge FILL YOUR LARDER L RM t IQ IQliRl1ER GROOEI jt y to be sure of getting 1 best of everything promptly deity IIthe at ifloney saving prices t fi g tabl Telephone your orders lE S MAYES JR E1 a iH Nes Cw J lr e 9JUNE JUlY I it CLEARftHGS 8pWe arc overstocke lSisL 4 S tLight Dress GOQdsM ereer ized Oxiords Muslins Swis t0 Ii thirtydaysFiti jg r reductions iiivpiHces of our jentll1teStock A rV tlf Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5 7 and IQc 4I MereerizedOxfordsE5O25 and 35c fIOO t Printed Batiste 10 12 1 2 awl 15c k PriQtedDimities3I tistes and Swi iSMWv 7 I2 I0andl21e Black Hindoo Mulls 10 to 20e 9tj 3 Fine Imported Oxford Waisitings 35 I t toJ5c iI rA Embroidered Oxfords and Silk Ging and Silk Madras at Greatly JJ IIbamDUCEd PBIOES W on Ladies Misses and k Cnildrens Slippers W Ladies Vests at 5 10 15 and 25c w Ladles tock Collars 25and 50c ffii Ladies fine Lace StripeHose 25c W Lad ies ilk and Lisle Gloves and Mitts flj Mens Lisle and Baibriggin Underwear fl4 Mens white and colored Ne1igeeShirts W Mens Full Dress White Shirts fl Mens spend ers and Belts fcr CLOTHING 4We are overstocked in Clothing and ii11 order to reduce our stock we are offering our entire stock of Mens Youths and Childrens Suits and Men s 4v Coats and Pants and Coats and Vests ot at lower prices than ever made inthj markets Call and get prices I WALL PAPER AND C1RPETSk- We i have some especIally gbdd thing in Carpets Wall P4erahd LaceSCurtains that we are offepng very low Examine them they WillI interest you I We cordially invite you to visit t c our Store and you can feel uss ledvcan save you money MA- IfI C CITt Yours b fi ryf Dllllcap csoectfuily f y L t1 JOHN S MCELROY tJ 1 GENERAL INSURANCE A6NT Firetia and 1oT1d9 i I OFFICE OVER PEQP1 sa KJ2ic t it 8 iifJr r During my absence from office W FiOriyi lor GeorgeiNeikirk will attend tpany butiniS for me v You have it You dont want it Th fii why pit Driv it out with Aj t Malaria and Ague Cure zzSs it 0O O O O O O WHEN TilE YEAR ROIlED ROUND my CittJy Allen w rlPt 3SIb7 OXcO1ure Skt wasat three weeks before Tie died that I stid to Nathan Dexter TMdMtthtt HT ajmrtner Nathan f TCrare setting alone years and Tvltli no r 1 may have no sons says bebut Ive a daughter that would put unit the fOB of thIs town to shame Sqj long as she Uve therell be no sign over that j 4ooc bat the Nathan Dexter Milling ccHbfNiBy No halt afced partner is go lag to get Into this firm Just because tbe wears pants Myras certainly been an amazing comfort to her father and there aint many girls with the money behind em t that she has Who would spend their days la a noisy mill to please a father thats dead sore because she wasnt a boy But thats no saying she can man age the business nows hes gone Well Vve heard Nathan say that Myra knew as much as he did about tke Ibustness from buying yarn to DlntI Sg out p fy chucks And theres Arthur Blynn whos been waiting three years or more for Myra I reckon hell have something toayabout the settlement of the es tate nobject of this corner groceryjgos lip was it the same moment seated In c thelibrary ef the Dexter home In an t eal7 chair by the fireplace her mother waa weeping softly On the sofa with their arms Intwlned were her two prmiBfer liters summoned home celieye by their fathers sudden tromI Oa ooe aide of the table was Arthur 4p Blya whose eyes constantly sought Ibe beautifull face of the girl opposite i lIIe women become red eyed aa4 aMttfilla la sorrow Myra Dexter wa Bet tkat sort All during the tryIiCttee she bad looked like one grief Tiad been chastened and puriflctl 0 by the remembrance of aPPICOmpnnl GOIruDDCO WET SHOULD w QVK8 THBSE TODAY Smablp with the father who had gone before No one not even Els wife had known Nathan Dexter as his older daughter had known him and loved him She laid her slender white hand onI I ptk mass of papers which Arthur haif aprenilbeforeber V There Is really no reason Arthur Why we should go over these today I 0 know their contents and mqther and the girls should not be worried by busi ness details at this time Everything will go on exactly as wben father dear was with us The girls must return college next week for above all toI he wished them to graduate The buslI neSIIsln excellent condition and It Will nbf be necessary for us to change Our styl of living Mrs Dorter coughed nervously and liyra returned questioning glance In fberdIctioui B t the mills Myra They will be run Just as father Juts always ram thexu I iirsv Dexter flashed an appeal for dihlf tp Arthur and Myra intercepted the KILDUtUlunpdOL glance Her JIps set more firmly at Myra If the Sconset Milling oau7 to 1to buy us out why iiet7take their offer This money care fijJHy laveated with our real estate an- dyar 4far fathers insurance would pr i4sanapleIncornew the matter fur Hut Mt BOW But ibis much you must ifet As executor of fathers estate I skaU see that the spirit as well as the lletter his will is carried out I know itwas tls wfeh that the name of tho Ntttai TDexter Milling company should tKQd as monument to his ability and ifc0S3tT Skat Is the work lie left la J The diver dies without air to fbreathe The consumptive dies V without lungs to breathe the air I or of lungs rendered incapable of breathing by disease The blood lungsindicatesgrass As the lungs grow weaker less oxygen is inhaled and the blood changes front scarlet to pur r pie Oxygen is the life of the blood as the blood is the life of If the body The effect of Dri Tierces Gold i en Medical Discoveryupon weak tugS is to strengthen them to en able the full oxygenation of the blood arrest the progress of dis ease and heal the inflamed Us p sues Lung diseases have been M and are being cured by Golden Z Medical Discovery in deepsealedIcough frequent hemor l rhage emaciation weak tlnightswcalsJ1ae tefmlnaUon by con sumption =IIracIhelplessdread disease con nuniirtion writer Mr Chas Prow P U of Silk White Co lad M eOtj4 testy teem for several lnoiti5 loptprrlmdahedwWWPIerIcCoId61ledlcnt1 JtyMM hitbhtlsJboohinprovea W m I was i crtry believe dtllvetel ft w h nMw tlrelv cured i aRtu- wfrNres J1sateicliqi JYstiI iNls ccttuull 111y HihirtyDay5t Limit Agony trom Inherits edi Her Plseasc l Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me Oe person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart essily become a disci ed eart A little extra slIlicIcnttohrinrouthisdeadlymalAdy of sudden leathUr Mis Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation haYe1a1TSauPIXsedexperienced with my heart I had the usaal symptoms of slceplessseu1ost appetite con stipation palpitation ct the h earts rt1ies of breath and painaround the heart der lleft arm My mother suffered in same war and I suppose mine was an tendency At one time I was in I suffered so severey and became so etlt Uiirtydarhours a jiight on account off nerrousness The least exercise such as walking about woulJ bring on palpitation1 and fluttering of the heart so severe thatl would have to give up everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in letter health than I have been in twelve years and 1 thank Dr Miles Remedies forth I think th grandest remedies on therareearth constantly recommending CANTUuWuahacliiercx All druggists sell and guarantee first hot tleDr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous anti Heart Diseases AddreM Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind cc aonn Carson win oe niy ngur uauu man as be has been fathers and we shall succeed When the others had gone Arthur rose nnd with elaborate care bound up wltbIstood watching himf seveImenus n life work For four years you have kept me waiting that you might please your father and now Myra slipped her hand gently through his Arm Just a little while longer Arthur until I see that the business Is running smoothly under my management But when It runs smoothly you will be ambitious t6 brunch out Arid It I uI Why Arthur you men marry and go right on with your professions or your business Marriage does not put an end to these things tor- y u Why should It for us women T Because when the cursed professional microbe gets lutoa womans system it makes her Impatient of domes tic life A man can keep his business and Jhis home life distinct d woman never enfra this Is the crisis of our love Will It be my love or your Pride T i A deep flush covered her face then died away leaving her very pale Neither Arthur It Is merely fulfill fatheri and gloves She stood proudly erect and spoke calmly III trust you will continue to be our legal adviser ns you were fathers Certainly he answered courteously and was gone The weeks rolled Into months the months Into a year The business of the Nathan Dexter Milling company had never been so prosperous The model cottages for employees had been built When other mills in the vicinity Had been handicapped by strikes My ras orders had been filled with din patch The Boston papers hind published her picture and enterprising newspaper woman from New York bad interviewed her on The Woman In Business But all this had not been accomplish ed without cost Myra had no social pleasures She spent ten hours a day at the mills and John Carson her su perintendent was a frequent visitor at her home after dinner The gray hair ed boss and the brown haired mis heldIrlIt library Tie Doxters took a cottage by the sea for the hot weather but Myra spent only an occasional Sunday With them And Arthur Not once had be referred to their old time relations Al ways attentive to his duties as their adviser always appreciative of an evening at home in her society be retrained from pushing his suit At first Myra missed his small loverllke atten tions Then she became so qbsorbed that she regarded him only as a helpful factor lu the success of her business ventures for his advice was always lust tbe holidays came and the world made merry Myra distributed Christmas gifts to her employees but let her sisters buy nil her presents for family and friends The girls brought college friends home and the festivi ties annoyed Myra She was thinking of this with a frown between her clearly arched brows when her mother cnmc Into the library Mrs Dexter paused in the doorway I hope I am not bothering you Myra but I am so lonesome The girls are out antI nnd the house seems so big im glad you ire do hug so well with the busine daugh ter but 1i miss you so Since your fathers death I urn so much alone Myra pushed aside a paper covered with figures and took her mothers hnud in lieN A sudden thought dash ed through her wind und Cut her heart In her devotion to the dead hud she overlooked her duty to th6 living For some moments site sat with her arms encircling her mothers slender frame Then they talked and nil the mother k vc poured itself out In Mrs Dexter Involved sentences Not of herself did the speak but of Myra and Arthur latlcnt Arthur TIle next day Myra wrote to Arthur who was in Boston on business Dourest Arthur New Year they ay is the day for good resolutions I lave just made oueut least hope ou will think it Isn good one I am unilng over the active business man igement of the mills to Johu Carson VIII you come home as soon as possl tie and draw up the partnership pa ters need you Faithfully MYRA Up STl1e firm name stands as of Nathan Dexter Milling company ant John Cannon a dear old te110wJAnd Arthur wired back Happy New Year Leave tonight led blej3 John Carson aud my My ir It aT A =fl W YMteiJUiran Ijegtt J r ONUAtANDUNiUSTSection to Local Taxation r L PALLL j Win A Robinson Before State Com aIof Taxation Says It Re a turds State Development rtThe State Commercial Convention In Louisville last month might have truly been called the State Development Convention for all of the ses sions pointed an unerring finger at Kentuckys untold wealth that Is yet undeveloped Judge S S Savage of Ashland who is a director of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association which or ganization is looking specIally after a great display of Kentuckys resources at the Worlds Fair next year was the presiding officer of the meeting and has been made chairman of the State Committee which will make every endeavor to carry at the polls next November the proposed amendment to Section 181 of the State Constitution which has to do with local taxation One of the speeches made during the convention on this subject was by Mr Wm A Robinson of Louisville Mr Robinson said In part In the first place I would remark that taxation la a subject In which every good citizen In Interested more or less either dl rectly or Indirectly The Constitution of 1891 the present Constitution under which we are governed wai the first of tho four Constitutions of the State of Kentucky to fix an Irifiexlbte system In the organic law at to local taxation and It was a com plett revolution In regard to taxation on the Industrial Interests of our Kentucky cities It was a radical measure and as I = ICJUDGE S S SAVAGE Ashland ull the Intelligent study I Intro been able to give It It was a great mistake In policy audl believe It wrou In principle It contrary to the great American doctrine of home rule aud local elfgovernment especially on that most vital question of tenet taxation for locjl government It substituted a cocalled mil form ad valorem yltlln for the license system on business enterprises It made every merchant Hud every manufacturer lila own assessor and believe you wilt bear me out those of yoif who have ob served the working of thU law that It U an unuulform and as variable as the flex Iblllty of n mans conscience hit judgment or his sense of right It Ii necessarily un equal uuuulform and therefore unfair and unjust The change led to lltlgJTlon which has gone ou down for ten years there be tag many cases yet In the Court f Ap pcate unsettled This amendment which Is now proposrU simply places us tack practically In the shatter of local taxation to where we were before under the former Constitution It restores to all cities not to cities of the tirstclas only as Is often stated lu our papers but to all cities every city lu the State of Kentucky the right under the general act of the Lgl at url to fix Its own assessment Its own lyslem of tarn then op all other property except real es tate They will have the right to tax by license or otherwise It lodges the jiower with the local government subject to our State Legislature composed of the repre sentatives of the people of the State Xow bear Iu mind that It makes no Changes whatever In the system Of taxa tion for either State or county Kemeui ber also that It bears upon all the cities of the State not upon cities of the rtlClIi or cities of any other class but ALL lbs cities of the State No city and no town toIIt Is optional the with the people who are to be taxed The representatives of the people to be taxed cau say under which system they wish be taxed and the Legislature by general law may authorize the cities that choose to adopt that plan to adopt It So that It a purely local matter left to the people IIII each city and submit to you whether JlntoD or Inducnh have not a perfect right to say how they shall pay their bills how they shall pay their fire department how they shall build their streets bow they shall build their sewers without the In tervention of the general State Government at Frankfort I have faith that when It Is properly un derstood and brought before the people of our State It will receive a large majority of the votes next November believe ll as much to the Interest of the State It to any city because as you build up your cities you certainly add to the revenue of your State You add to the wealth and you add to the population Bear lu mind that It only requires majority of the votes cast on this question and not a ma jority of all the voters of the State We must have prompt action now because It this measure fails to receive such a major ity In November under the Constitution of upIthis matter as any of our people It Ii a plala projMMltlon that the farmer tja 1111I eflted as you make larger home because you give hint the consumer nt bet for his product without the loss otI freight arrlculture Interests of State are going to be subserved as theJ Increase the population They cannot pete that iifor tbe export buslnoix wlh the cheap lands of the West In raising wheat They must raise market jinxlmtv and other products and grain fur con sumption right here at hume among our own people Factprles must be located In cities because it there that you labor It Is there you find banking dudI It there you Sad transportation Th fore the people of Kentucky must let tile cities of the State alt the cities not only cities of the first class dcilde this hoper tant question of how you are going to these Industries The cities only are af Ceded bf this nropoiied amendment If they desire it why pet let them have It How a Dales fought a Wife In n church near Edgewnre England is the mortuary chapel of the Chandos family with a huge marble tombstone and a figure iu Roman costume of the wivesItold about the marriage of the dukes earlyInhave been driving through Marlborough and while halting at the castle Inn to have hoard a womans screams proceeding from the yard He went to see what was the matter and founfl beautiful girl at the mercy of a hostler who was beating her cruelly Tho duke interfered and the hostler do dared that the girl was lila wife and therefore he had n right to beat her but that he was willing to sell her for 100 Thc duke paid down the money and took the girl away had her ed ucatedjinji pvontuaHyanarrled her The quaint story Is recorded in a book which Js preserved in the British mu seum and which iIs bouud In crimson velvet that remained over from the eoflirijOf the duchess urn Pumps and wife invariably 1ad orce for Sunday evening tea When cook went out that afternoon Tie but a saucer and a ipoon To wash a task not grim And all are pleaded laughed gsf Sunny Jimr Ii cT 1 1bi Ipleases everybody- in every way = t 1 f1tf ct f WoLikelt uwuse Force at home and like it exceedingly u II K LWll Tto Glory of CrllfornZa Scenery As long ns there remains the love of beauty in the human soul long will the glory of California scenery and that of the whole Iaeilic wast prove a source of inspiration to the poetic tahiti Descriptive verse lias beet from the Lrxiunlng a mnrcd feature cr the literature of this region li fact lie tiMia landscape poets may lie properly rppllecl to this bevy of song birds vhichl seenieJ to the hit Maurice Thompson to Isrfve taken complete possession of the entire western sea bohrtl Sutlice it to say that If a vol ume cf verse were written by a Call fornia which reflected nothing of the states scenic beauty or its warmth of olor it would not only come as a sur prise to most t reviewers hut the loyalty of the poet luijjhtbe seriously ques tioned While nil tills display of local cor uiny swiii too apparent an effort on the pmt of California us to place on their work the stirmpof a deiiuitr locality nnd may le eonsldpivd hy some n lieap form of art it is this very sensitiveness to beauty and graHdoir with which nature has clothed the west that otTers tie most prdmisi of its rapid literary advancement sensi tiveness moreover thatt will become mule and more acute with the cultiva tion of the higher faculties through creasing educational growth Herbert Uashford In Atlantic All ilavc an Itch In Them Speaking of Servian names said an observant man they are not so bad when you once get used to then nor are they so hnrd to prondnnce You no doubt have noticed that ttfIer viau names end iitli a syllable having some reseinbianco the Knglish word itch Some of the names end Ies or just with if Sometimes it Is ich or ics or Isch and so on It makes no difference low the name ends you will make no mistake if you glvethe sound of Itch to the list syllable That will be proper Servian stiiitlL for Ietrovih or Ietrovlc worc1It 1I1U1eSttIny are lug when put into till columns of Eng Ilish tiewsptteratNeir Orleans Times Democrat1 IGoat the That wild Fight goat the Capr- nippell tilt rods of the Abys sinian highlands and manages to hold its own as to liight uigalnst till enemies with the exception of the fleet footed Jackal an adversary whus cooem tin tactics and keenness of sevnt tuttle flight unavailing and have lid Ito ca was to the conclusion that under cer alit circumstances valur may b till better part of discretion The yelp o an approaching horde of jackals therefore a signal for Instant rally on the part of the goats TIll imatinit crowd around their kids and tho rush forward en masse butting away wUh n rage that lays out a yeptr a t every spring and makes the survivors stand back howling and cowering influence of LnnKhtrr on Dlacntl n The efllcaey of laughter nu an aid to assimilation and alimentation lint passed Into such a common physiolog Icu truism That no one of ordinary In telligence needs to have the principle UIOII which It works elucidated for bis understanding in these days of wide ly disseminated dictotic knowledge The average person who Is tint contin uously In the eltimps knows from ex pcrience thatt laughter Is good for di gett bit says Vhtit to Hat It should be borne mind thatt ulrthulltl good cheer need not express themselves ii convulsive laughter In order to elide digestion An amiable content ed calm ami equable temperament has marked Influence upon the digestive processes without laughter IUdllpJ use in counting tlio iiioncy taken what is called silver riddle Four or lIframes jirir placed on the top of each otljer ittiulxi given juautity of mixed silver Is emptied In ou to the topmost Shake tlc latter and all the pieces ex cept the half crowns will disappear through the v4re net arrangement on to the frame below Shake frame No J and everything goes through except the llorlns and thus the colas are even tually exhausted down to the three penny pieces Deopcrnte Character First Henpecked Husband Well sir Ive been gone and done It My wife againIforce do you hear me CoreebyI Second Ditto admiringly man dont let my wife hear that Shell never let me go out with you again I One lie Couldnt Lose Peddler Want to buy nn umbrella cheap boat- sMerchantNo whats the useh Whenever t buy nn umbrella somebody steals TedtlIerehi this one aint worth stcallngExcllnngc The Reminder Mamma said Bennie as there came a l rlcf pause In the conversation on tbe part of the callers Isnt it time for you to ask me what I learned at the kindergarten toeLylt you dont do It pretty soon Ill forget what you told we tto ssty Chicago Tribune jI Mr t rTt Autliinlty of iiomspitaii4 1Iuu cent rlcs before the ChrjUtian Vt there existed in India anti Creylon institutions which performed thcjifuuo tluns of hosijitals lUalKncyclqjmdle Enlenurg They were built xttid main tnlned ly the Uuddhists in the Scrip tire there a mention of what the IIi brews called Bethesda but tllswaa nothing mom than a few citric hints Iu the neighborhood of a mineral spring Ktipposed tto hayc healing properties According to Lecky History oEuro pean Morals the Urst hospitjtl was FaIbiola about the fourth eenturj at Uome Soon after nnotlier hospital was oundd by St an Hicr by StBasil llIumuchusffl1rln ho crusades arose in all part of Europe San Spirltu built by Innocent III was created in 1204 at Home The llrst hospital lu England was built by Lnnfraric arch bishop of Canterbury In 108Q The tirbt hospital of any size erL ted in America was the renusylvanii hospital in Philadelphia begun In if51 by Ir Bond mill Benjamin Franklin Philadelphia Medical Journal The Emperor and the Mntdarin The favorite horse of the Chinese em peror Tsl having died through negll genco ou the part of the master of the horse the bmperor iu his rage would have run that functionary through with his sword Mandarin YeutsI however parried the blow sayjug Sire this man is not yet convicted of the crime for which he deserves to die Well tlin tell him what It lIs Listen you scoundrel said the min- Ister to ah enumeration of thq crimes which you have committed First you have alloyed n horse to perish which the emperor has intrusted to your safe keeping Moreover It Is owlngVto you that our sovereign ecamc So exasper ated that he was on the point okllling you with ills own band Lastly It Is your fault that he was about to dis grace himself in the eyes of everybody by killing a man for a horse Let hiiii go interrupted tie emperor who understood the lesson pardon him horses of Celebrated Men It is generally known thatNapo Icons white stallion the horse he rodent Waterhx was named Marengo and that Wellingtons charger In this same battle wa4 Copenhngjii The latter lived to lIvj twentyseven years old The remains of Marengo are preserved the Museum of the United Services IIU Do you remember the uaiiies of any of George Wasldngtons horSes In nearly nil of the Washington stat repIr the name of the animal he bestrides Itlchard IIIt owned White Stirrtiy and IIt was for that splendid animal that JILl cried when he shouted My king ojdom for a horse William 118 fa SnIof France also had only one eye When Carlrlo IMnched ills Wife A volume by tin hite Anthony Protule the historian tells this story of Carlylo jind his wife who Hvwl on notoriously bat terms the later dying first Carlrlo found a remembrance In her diary of the lute marks wit In n lit of paion he had lulilcjtcd on her arms As soon as hioud ito Itthlmsfir he iput together a memoir of hr In which with diliberatveburaget Inserted the incrlminiting 1I1Itragic that record might be Ifwnsnever to be destroyed IOne cause of Drnfnra Deafness is often caused by the violence with which people blow their noses exihilit New York specialist In eye anti ear diseases There is nn in timate relation between the aural antI nasal passages You sometlmej feel It when you arc bathing and gefyour full offwnter Thou you will find more deafupsa In localities where the residents are subject to catarrh In tIn straining attendant on blowing the nose persons streteh the eardrum Somctjnips ihoy brtrst the membrane have handied many cases of thissort where dcafijess came suddenly after a heavy cold In the head- linking Up cotuliigdownafter waiting sonic tune for the filling ladys appearance Perhaps be added with a laugh perhaps she Is making up her mind whether t6see me or not No said the servant with an Icy smile It is not her mind she is making up1t A Change of Name Boothby What are you thinking about Ethel i Miss Wnrnngford About our wed ding I wanted to ask n favor of you Boothby Anything dearest Miss Wariingford Well dont want to change uiy mime to Mrs Henry Boothby want you to cliauga yours to Mr pthcl Warrlngford TJilnncr ThcnIBarber Hairs very thin sir Customer Jt was thinner than that thirty years reso Indeed sIt yot stirprlse me JThy you dout loojs more than thirty now sir iTlirtrIi I i I 4 1 7 llnraC Ciar Roads otbumtclayIng roadsIn the St Louis worlds fairgrounds The material Is bright red In color Ishnrd as macadam and packs nicely under rollers It is to be used as macadam bused for the construe lion of roads and walks Burnt clay absorbs tain as readily as cinders and becomes a brighter red In consequence The material is made from a particular kind of clay known as gumbo clay by being burned in a slow fire made of alternate layers of slack coal and cloy Tin bartender ReTeB S SIucc the bar U a necessary evilto tome folk and is an institution of tlJe state being licensed reference to it oc casionally must be excused There are some very clever men behind the bar and once In awhile a gentleman Tab Is usually kept on him by the metal cash register lie feels that he is watched at all hours by a maze of pat lIted machinery If he steals a check of 15 cents he Is caught you may say Not at alii The other day in a fashion able resort the proprietor big and pow pous called down one of his men before some customer As to the ques nothingSBut presently when Signor Pomposity turned his back the bar man emptied a full bottle of the finest whisky into the washing trough under the bar It was worth at least 150 That was his way of getting even I am Informed that It Is the usual way of resenting an Insult from the proprietor The mere stealing- of 15 cents is a small matter when the bar man Is to be trusted with thousands of dollars worth of liquors If a man Is not to be trusted with change how Is he to be trusted with liquors Now York Press Grammar cud WritlsiST comjplhuenlng tences You are a master of phrasesI said the novelist with a twinkle aid then added How do you do it anyhow I dont know replied the writer You see I have forgotten all that I ever learned at school except that the preposition governs the objective case To save my life couldnt tell you the difference between the present tense and a predicate I write by ear and dont know any more dbout grammar than a cockroach knows about paint ing roses ou Jugs flints nil right my boy thats all right said Hawthorne dryly No mUll whos a purist and n master of style ever knows anything about gram thur How Drltrht Joined Cobden John Plights account of how lieI and lUcb1 Ill Cobtlen came to join forces against the corp laws early lu the last century Is ItS olloshI was In the depths of grief might also say of despair for the light nUll sunshine of any house had been extinguished All that was left on earth of my life and of a too brief happiness was lying still cold in the chamber above us Mr Cobden called upon me and baY- Ing expressed words of condolence saId There are thousands of houses in England at this moment where dying1ofysm of your grief is pat I would dj vise you to come with me Mud we will never rest till the corn law is repealed The offer was accepted and tbe work was done A Queer Floatlair 3IaaL DenreBt1walcrfalls Its travelers are restricted to al ternations between the bottom of tho lake and the surface When moved to retirement It sinks and remains la wa tery seclusion for periods which vary sevenIor eight years Its existence above er below water appears to be doteralaed by the presence within the UlantJ of gases whose quantity governs Its buOyI ancy Esthwaltc lake In the same neighborhood boasts a not less pus zllug but more amenable island This has served aka ferryboat to conduct as many as fifteen persons at a time across the bosom of the water upon which It rides A Literary Reevrd Sir Edward Runnells record IB the Way of literary work was his article ou Matthew Arnold on the day that great man died Sir Edward hAd exclusive Information of the event which hap pelted on a Sundny tie did not get to work until halt past T in the even lug and It was necessary for him to catch train nt oclock By dint of dictating tp his secretary and writing blogruPblcal1I1rtll1c two column leader within one hour anti twenty minutes Such a feat has never been excviletl Vigorous Old Age I rines Celery Compound makes the old feel young and cures their ills It has added years of health and enjoyment to many a life Use this great mcdlciaeregulazhyand its Invig orating powers will fill your declining years with health strength and happiness Read what George F Morse 67 years old writes Co Gtntltmtn Just a word in favor of Paines Celery Compound hoping it may catch the eye of some afflicted person afid they may receive the same satisfactory benefit Some years ago I had a combination dl malaria chills rod overd grip which con tinned los a CU or morel meantlmeIIoIt 1cinesCelery was and after using a little I began to improve yeashadregalned 1 good health and have been a wel man eves since Yours truly GEORGE F MORSE tEoJlI STD Oct27I- eaDLMOND r DIESCOLOR AKTTKINO JOfX OWUNL- Dnnt obaks JMIMr =Ai aMTe b uifrwDIAOXD eT p ri tee I 5xfl 1 CASTO n The Kn4 ifca Have Aittea bk bin us Jbr vezoao yeg 11M bo tIM s1iv tI7 a ka 4wJeJWI s1aervi i j1f4 AflOWu edev JtIAU Counterfeits tatleua JwtMM bExpcrimeats that true with M isiianrir tte eWuts and CdreExperIe c iii5St jU- WPP What is CASTORIA Cutorkt is a karate utah for Cat r OM rrig- oric Dropa aad gwtklBg 8yrap IIt k Pt MMtV ifeontalBS neither Opium Merpkiae aer n tiir yujVsii 8D taace it age J ltgrutee It dka4 i- aRt allays Fererlsluie It cresDjsryC- oMe M Md Wi S It relieves Teetklagr Treakteg euelC iTrilpittsii aad FJatpleacy It swriaOates the Fee rei ftitii s MaTue4 CEnUINE CASTOIIlA A tfi Stustkf llptire tf r a A 2 The Kind Yon HaY6I1w JS BL IIn Use For Over 3O Ytar iccnaua murr n m xnMr t ex4 t jti Seotlaad laawlted A highland waiter qjice refased serve Max OR at dinner and whew reprovcc1explaluedunsnei to be exr pected that n self respecting ScbUmaa JltTrDIdntcause our feet were too large to get through trousers V St lam Ga- tte Where the Ttfrntlc CM t DAuber f only got 25 for that painting Friend Well you didnt put much work on DAubersWbatl I guess yoti never saw me trying to sell it Philadelphia Ledger Plalaly EtBridget queried Mrs Scribble do you know why I am called a literary 1nnT Ylssum 01 tlnk 01 do responded the menial with a despairing llook at the room Houston Post reakiag HIM IB Anxious Mamma Why do yon keep George 1aIUD 1I long when be calls Pretty Daughter I want to get him used to it by tb tluie we are married Baltimore American A CIarnSsL O UoIr Guest Here walter Has my bill been made oqt yet WalterNo notyet The proprietor MJS that his Ideas seem to come very lowly today 2Ielab htla la SpinI while tho Moors wereinthb ascendency luxurious hot baths wets established They were used In con nevtiou with the religious rltca of Is lam The Islamites were required to bathe frequently The manner of bathing was as follows IAttfr undressing the bather is wrap pod in a woolen coat sandals are put oa and lie walks to the hot bath liter a thorough hot bath all parts ef the body are rubbed The soles of the feet are Drubbed with pumice stone then the body is anointed with oil anti sprinkled witi pert Haled powder When the Moors were drives out of Spain the first thing the people did wig to destroy the Moorish bath bosses This was done because of religious prejudice against the Moors TIare4t Cwiteu Eyitayhs In a cemetery near Dublin the foll lowing words appear on a tombstone Here lies John Hurley whose father and mother died while eta their way home from America If they hail lived they would have 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