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J fP F fU1N1 ii Z 4jf i i iij i j i t i2i b Jr t B J f fE I Jli SeuesVolp Xo 32 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 13 r 1903s I9A f YEAR r i t I iIJilfB URT0N 0I UNDERTAKERS Awp EMBALMERS Carry in slock all kinds of Funora 3supp1IesO R DIRECT0IY1 0SpIFLI Bounty seat Of 52 wiles southyJihingtOt1CQuntt 59 milesv fromeast of l4 otfisviUe ott Barflslpwr Branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in ricuiuiral districta farminfcana a Two Banks t eff raph and telephone lines expceSsoffice flour mlllsljunper yard 3pbncfalidji 1100 popalationof coanty45 Representative inCougr5SJ0fl 1J iL Smith Hpdfeenville Ky itcpresentattre in Keutucky lcRt laYure Hon G A Dohoney R pre utatic Ui State SenateHqn 6 pnryc rtatUJ1bel1svil1 Iy County Directory l r fCIRCUIT COURT CircWt Cou4 begznsOtl the fourth cfeda inFeliruarKMay and Oct b i1 sor V v CiB Pin rn Judge W1fv eneYTCom n nveal111 At toney juijibe1h O1fk othQs lc4 eY sJet Co ml oncr4 j QURTIRI4C9UR rlyClonrt isjieldfon the third Quarttt j Dl4 ondayac1ii11ofltt1 tijtseyJudge CO NTY COURT CjuntyCitr nee g on thefourth Moirlay Ui frtchanoiith B L itseyi Judge f WF Booker CuntvCJcrk 3f 3 Maycs County Attorney cGeorge t1ettJai1e Byr nOroakeiSueriuVt f Richard Isham Hlduey Osborne 1 RH AluUican Deputi Ed Masters James F Moore County Survetor T oya1tysse 5Ir T P QBryan Deputy Robert Nqt Treasurer J M Montgomery Coronet f fpJ 3yJiusb Snpt of Common Schooisj P OSprlnsfield II Jjf CITY COURT James R iNoePoHce Judge i j JjliniiQj Mwhairt i W1 Clabroke t City Attorney jUST1Ci cOUiTr JiistfcSurts arc held in January r prirjTjuly atodOctobcr R cfeurchl Directorye r BAPfT CHURCH o Rev fJtGapnou Pastor Ser AlceS cvcry1undaYat1t amand730 i p m Sunday School at 830 Prayer Wednesday night atMcetirigon 730L f IJt1 METHODIST CHURCH E 3 Rev J D Ward Pastor Services i on the irst and Third Sundays in each J wouthat la nt and 730 pnu Sun- at 10 amday School everySupdaY Prayers meeUngOieycry Wednesday uight 1 OLICOnURCg RpcJHennessav Pastor Ser vicfewveryfy rtcini at 8 and 10 oclock 5crvicesatStRO5Cameh1Ia ni J cjflIStAN I CHURCH RcvS Fcic Pastor Service ccoid uifourth tSndayiz cad sl montl I 0 1 PRESBYTfiUIAlT CHURCH RevtG A StricklADd pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pnj Sunday school every Snnday at ionni Prayer meeting evcrvThurSdaV oven1nI at 7locio k Fraternal Orders MECJJ1C LcrUE SpringCeidlodge No 50 meets second Holiday in each month rWashington R 0 Chapter No Sf tosiso every third Monday nIrtr iUiIh Noiulay KI0uTS1Of1TUlLNACAanS rtcI every irt euuesdar in each tfOANrj I 1L t SILVERIIf k I1 Jt Kuii 1 Y rl I fjNounderstrpr LICHTII cas- L 5c5 J-J t C J IaOI n nr 52ri 9i5Sra WIHra g a A ROUNO OF TIILKIe I l i SAINT ROSE I Upon a hilt vhich doth command The fairest valley In the land tl19rWhere gfovrltig grain delights the eye And fl6cka and herds are grazing nigh Abidest them in calm repose s St Rose Why bidest thou in calm repose In m1gt and majesty StSose J Tis that thpu hast a mission here To every heart and conscience dear JTia thatthou hast a work to do Such as is given unto few Thy work knovvtand God he knows St Rose Thy taissipn here full well I knowtIveseen thee out in rain and snow Or hot or cold or night or day I Ive met thee toiling on thy wayIJ know ihou wilt not faithless be When souls that stiffer lookto theeoWhere sorrow is thy mercy goess RoselSeeWith weaithand power at their com mand- Beholdthese hovels in the vale Wherewant and ignorance prevailI Both turtf to thee in time of deed WhicitficaU wilt thouthe sooner heed Thuu1tsuccorthese sell as those St Rose tStRoseliveiiAnd CbaHty to all shalt givesIf unto others thou still do As thou wouldst have them unto you A richer harvest thou shalt reap Than treasures of thepearly deep For man still reaps that which he j sows V St RoseIIr IBeToDqtyeverfaithful From Justice never fail tolearn The Truth embrace and falsehood j spurn LetfXove unite the hearts of men i TUIPelc Bhall reign on earth again JJ3eSt Rose- nWhilst thou art bold in righteous stifefWhilst chaste and virtuous thy Whilst with a free and lavish band Thou scatter Wessing8 thro the land Whilst from thy loving ministry jcharityLoug trepose St Rose Dr V W Ray in Catholic Advo cate S YEsRJudginz ing the countv fairs held so faro in the various counties this is a favorable year for fairs Theg crowds attending the Danville fair Jlast week were larger than Tor a number of years and fair meetings held elsewhere were alltJ sajd to be decidedly successful in very respect The renewed in d wrest in the breeding of all kinds blooded stock which has been en the increase for several years is probably responsible for the awakened 5lairsi f20mpetioniibrsts as well as other stock in each locality Then too thep farmers are feeling in good spirits over the seasons crop which are on tbe whole good although notr IIbyaverage G l+ T UILDINGLocal cirpenters- JLy are complaining about the scarcity of work in their line about town just now and many l hate gone out into tho country j j or to neighboring towns to Jet york It is a fact that building J operations appear to have come j totta Standstill to a large extant although just why such should be tho case is not clear The de wand for dwelling houses from renters is always good and never is there a desirable house allowed to remain vacant very long in or ueartown We know of appliI cants for houses now arid as Wnts lIre high it is strange that someone with mcney to invest d esnotso use iv and benefit the tqwn accomodate renters and set good interest on thEirown investment hw9tYj HE FARMER The life of flVthe farmer notwiihstand ing tfong tablished roputa tiou for pqacelulness arid aseiis a strenuous ore after all and lull otiips and downs A Jew weeks ago the farmers of this county acre hi thevdepths tf despair Tho dry spell badet in and tneir crops were ruined Jtind failujre and starvation stared them in the face But the rains cjcmet and a magicchangie has crime o er ihe face of the situ- ttinikewise over the feelings pf the 1armet All admit now that the corn crop will be pretty good and that there isa line chance for a big tobacco crop The farmer has these sensations iribre or less every year and his life is by no means dull and the weather and other things conspire tokeep him guessing v and rela GREENEFriends received news from Charlie Greene since his arrival at Oakland Cal In which he expresses himself as grealty pleased with that coun try climate etc He has a good position in a largQ mercantile es lablishment in which there is l also employed Archie Mayes an ther Springfield boy Charlie lJys thatthe Springfield colony l1rgeproporLion t the members a all well pleased with the country t rf ONVENTIONThe Republi tlcans of this county willr next Saturday at this place n convention to name and in delegates to the district convention which meets at Leba non on the 20th The district invention will nominate a can didate for Circuit Judge and lso for Commonwealths Attar ey For the latter place Capt W H Sweeney will doubtless receive the nomination without opposition and one county Greenhas already given him endorsement Hon John W Lewis of this place is being solicited on all sides to allow his ame to be used as a candidate or the Judgeship but no au thentic expression has as yet come from Mr Lewis Manyt opinions coming from members of both parties are to the effect That should Mr Lewis enter the race he will be a hard man to defeatIM of Bitter FiLht Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess n my right lung writes J F Bughes of Du Pont Ga and I ave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New f discovery for Consumption The I receiucd was striking na I was on my feet in a few ays Now Ive entirely regain ed my health It onquers all Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Troubles Guaranteed by C J Hay dons Dug Store Price 0c and 00 Trial bottles ree t How often do you see oeople careworn and old not from nge but from hysical debility cnt off from the pleasures or life at an age when they should have the most enjoyment The is often diseased or inactive With these organs ailing no one can be well The use of YUBA has restored many hopeless invahdr to strength aud robust health Sold by Wood Campbell No Place For Manners t A womun dropped her chutett laine bag on a lower East Sider street the other day says the New York Sun A nicelydressed young man started forward end stooped to pick it up While heE was in this defenseless position the woman brought down her umbrella on the back of his neck A policeman rushed up and the woman accused the gallant young man of attempted grand larceny With great difficulty the yopng man succeeded in pacifying her and explaining to the policeman who let him go with this repri mand Them manners dont go down here young feller Just keep yor baton an blow smoke in the ladies faces an youll be alright Mrs MotIle Allen of South Fork Ky says she has preented attacks of cholera morbns by taking Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets onSldigestion and these tablets are just whatis neeeed to cleanse the stomach and rardoff the approaching attack Attacks ot bilious cplic may be pre yentedlutnesame way JFor Bale by Hay donts drug store rfcU ftfiMtel i M flr1et the 8a11it BcoQwiitw lW Cool Qiall Crop Quaihliunters expect this fall theyhavedo not migrate and the can tell in the season how hunt ing will be during the fall The past winter and spring in this section have been very favorablel for the breeding of the quail Snow did not stay on the ground long enough at pne time to keep them from feeding or to starve any of the birds Spring was most satisfactory for nursing In some sectionsot the country thousands of young birds were drOwned by floods or excessive t rains but in Kentucky there has been no trouble of this kind A few young birds may have been J drowned during the heavy rains of theearly spring but there still an unusual numberof birds alive Quail hatch out two broods each year so the seconds one is just large enough to shoot when the season opens Harr rodsburg Herald Suicide PrcicuteBThe startling announcement thai preventive of suicide had been dis oyered will interest many A run dawn system or despondency invariably precede suicide and something has been ji found that will prevent that con dition that makes suicide likely At tin first thought of self de i struciipn it take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and ner vine will strengthen tho nerves and build up the system Its s also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by C J Huydo1Druggstw DeWitt Is Tile Harne When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWITTon every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making DcsWitts Witch Hazel Salve which is he best salve in the world for ruts burns bruises boils eczema and piles he popularity of DeWiHs Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures bas caused numerous worthless counfto be placed on the market genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by C J t Ha ydon New Richmond in The rieldtThere bids fair to be a new Richmond in the field fur the Democrati6 nornination for Congress in the 8ih district judging from the following from the StarifordInteriorJournal The following from the Cicero of tbe mountains is self explanatory To the voters of the Eighth Congressional district I shall commence my canvass in the fall for Congress In the moantime let rio man form or to express an opinion nor disqualify himself asa political juror till I am heard at the respective coun y seats of the various counties composing the district Fontaine Fox Boblitt Fontaine F x Boblitt is a well tto known politicall character of that section No political problen4is too difficult for him at least to venture to discuss and his obser vations are frequently seen in the papers of the other end ofa the district on questions of great momentpKentucky Fair OstestThe dates for the various lairs fixed as followsPFern Creek Aug 184 days Lav renceburg Aug 184 days Shepherdsville Aug 84c daysMaysville Aug 194 days a Shelbyville Aug 255 days Springfield Aug 264 daysBardstownSept 15 days Nicholasville Sept l4 days Blizabethtown Sept84dyo Bowling Green Sept 14 daysKentucky State Fair Owens boro Sept 216 days iIende lOn Sept 295 day Boy Cmei fit Colic ARer Physicians Treatment Hail Failed Mr boy when fOur yeaVfl old was taken with colic and cramps in his stomach Isent for the doctor nd he injected morphine but the child kept getting worse jl then gaye him half a teaspooriful of Chamberlains Colic- hoieraaudDizrrhoeaRemCdy and in half ftn honrhe waaileepingand soon e1Wist the Shell Lake Lumber Co For wil 1 sUgsce lbYid JAMES BOYS IN NELSOIE j i IAwriterBarpslovnSStandard thesboys says The James Boys found Nelson county a safe hidingplace because they were among friends and close to a large city which tolallthateasy reach pi railroad facilities They invariably stayedunder lover by day and rode at night- Whilein this region they gener ally slept in camp though some times they scattered out amongst triends e3iertained GeorgeHunter and told some hard stories about him the only one of which hec didnt like being that he shot men while asleep The way the tory obtained circulation was t that a few years previous Hunter i with others got into trouble with the Murrell gang Hunter came upon qne of them in an alley in- ardstown and some shots were exchanged wounding the man The gang escaped to tho woodst and Hunter with a posse of five followed them There were P three of the gang and the pursu i jng party came upon them lyingc asleep a revolver on the breast I f eacb and a hand resting upon r Hqnter calculated to steal- S 1 upon the sleeping men and get the revolvers away but when within sixty yards of them he- t4ped on a ticcwhicb popped like a pistol The wounded man awoke sat upright and seized his revolver Hunter was armed- itha doublebarreled shotgun and not caring to tale any more chances killed him He then a threw his gun aside and jumped s for the man nearest him and caught him by thetbroat at the ame time reaching for the Oiher mans pistol and calling the others of the party to come to his assistance The two were captured witout injury and the foundation of the story about him was circulated by the friends of- heJanieshoys Hunter made an attempt to capture the James boys just after te Columbia robbery He was close on them with a posse ifs men when thev came Iback and he thought be was going to capI ture them At Samuels Depots they gave him the slip and in an I old chip hat which they left at I the station store was a notepI reading Irluuter we robbers have goneEJWhen the gang robbed the government agent at Mussle t Shoals they came directly back t this county They rode rigbt through Bardstown and upon reaching here they shot and j killed one of their fine horses t that they had been riding It is supposed that the animal was a stolen one and they did not care have it around They did not stop to remove the saddle but left It as they had ridden it Will HaveOradeg School After six years of litigationb nd consequently a great bad feeling the Court QfApJ eals has passed an ooinion fa vorable to the graded school oft his district says the Lebanon Junction correspondent of the- ionqer The have i trustees pur1I chased two acres of ground from Mac Masden on which to erecta school building and have let the to Lane Co of Rio Hart county for the erection ofZl twostory six room building ANersFeed your hair nourish it give It something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only linnVigor hair dyou canbuy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mr haIr M 4 to be Ttrr short Bat after IBK Ayers Hair Vigor a abort UaIt began to aw Jt fourteen lathe long Tku ip NestS toB I5ttIb15 ahBotwltbontmyb k LKM J JL riTW Cotowia Bf ft c1e IJU bottis JCATxsoo tAU tJfor1oW1I1I Short Hair jfor 2800 to be completed by September 25 School will not open until after that time as the 101d building nas been condemned as totally unfit for school put poses It is roughly estimated that there is about 5000 back districtbesidesi in costs and lawyers fees Beware of Ointments For Catairli W Contain Mercnif as mercury will destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when enterlng it through the mucous surfaces SnchJ articles sboald never be used ceptI on prescriptions frpm reputable pby slclans as tbe damage they will do is possiblyderive f Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Go Toledo Oblo contains no mer ury and Is taken Internally acting upon the blood and mucous surfaces off the system In buying Halls Ca tarrh Cure be sure yon get tbe gen uine It la taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co i Testimonials free ISoldI per tie Halls family pills are the best t Potent Pili Pieasnre CioneWittshilpot of Albany Gsays Daring a bilious attack I took one SmatJV s it was it did me more good than binemass or any other pills ever took and at the Same time it ected me pleasantly Little Earlyefiiis Risers are certainly an ideal pill old by CJ Haydon i LIberal i CoitrilHtioRS Wessrs W H Newman and R E Hughes were here last Satur day in the interest of tho St t Louis Exposition The gentle men received liberal contribu tions for the Kentucky Exhibit Expoition J tt day to solicit more funds i Mr Newman is a native of this county and is yell known and i popular He nov holds a responsible position with the Monon Railroad Co Mr Hughes is also well known in this tectioncBardstown Standardo A Summ Fairyland To those WhO are planning a summer outing and seeking green fields and pastures new g someplace where they may cast care aside and commune with primitive nature where tho the un shines ever brightly ccoling breezes alway blow andgreat heat is unknown it is safely romised that among the rocksa and lakes of the Mnskoka district about 100 miles north of Toronto situated iu the Highlands of On artjg 1000 feet above sea level they will find encbantmentJ llustratedtescriptive f tree to any adJress on apphca tion to R McC Smith fsoulhern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway Woodward ave Detroit Lebanon Ciart DaytCounty Court day sales were b brisk and much stock was put up for sale Bidding was lively Auctioneer Brussells sold two air yearling mules one pair ringing 106 the other 76 1 Jersey cow 25 1 horse 76 8 a yearling steers 65 2 second hand buggies 1425 and 21 re spectively Col R E Whayne t of East Texas sold tbe follow fa ipg horse 5 years old 6950 fpair horse mules 261 1 buck board 726 1 No 1 Jersey i mUch cow 4050 6 yearling heifers 14 65 per head 1 sow and calf common stockSSO 1 i cow and calf common 8075 8 yearling steers 1705 each one steer two years old eS6750Ie bull two years old 41 1 cow and calf 30 1 stripper 25 cow and calf 2750 1 yearling heltIer 1650 1 stripper 5 years old j 23 sow and 5 pigs 14 two second hand bugles 1550 and 1560 respectively Joe Estes sold the two horses offered by Col J B Wathen for 1318 J I D Simms and son becoming the purchasers Enterprise WeatliPeialti A little ihingsomelimes results in death Thomerescrachc insfouificant outs or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Buckleai Aroia Salve handy Its the best Salve i on earth and will prevent fajal ity when Burn orHUicer- f OJcHaydqiis at t LfbanoLOOa1s From JCha1 Enterprise Mr andMrs Cf B Cleaver have moved to the JM Shrever farm recently purchased by Mr R C Danieli I This property liesi on the Lebanon and St MaryV pike about one and a quarter miles Iromtown and isanei cellent estate Mrs Lucy Cleaver Bowling wife of Dr Bowling of Perry vilk died at her home Monday nightafter a lingering illness Deceased was a sister ofDrW W leaver and Mri PO Cleaver of this city The last wills of Messrs Saml Sp lding and R Cummins de eased were probated Monday The will of Mr Spalding pro vides that his children all shire equally his estate each beingii charged up with such sums as had been advanced to them dur ing his life ToCharjes aSpald inghe left a special bequest of j 3000 for taking care ot iritn in his advanced years His sons Rev Sam B Spalding and Hon harles C Spalding were nameda xe uts witbopt bond Mr Cummins left his estate to his ife Emily Cummins naming her executrix without bond t Work on the residence which being erected by Mr Joe C Phillipps on the Phillipps farms t progressing nicely The farms on the Miller pike about three miles from town and the new 1 residence occupies the site of the old one which was destroyed byc fire some two years ago There re but few places in the county morelnviting As has bednpr viously stated as soon as MrJ Phillips moves to his new home the property he now occupies in town will be occupied by Sheriff John A Burton who purchased it severall months agoa SaiBle GMlto Ninetynine ot every hundred 4isljl arts that children have are tine to dis- rders t of the stomach and these dis orders are all cansepcby indigestion KodolJDyspepaia Cure is just as goodll for children asit Is for adults OhiN dren tnrlve on It It keeps their Jittle stomachs sweet and encourages their t rowtltand development Mrs Henry l Carter 705 Central Sreet Nashvilje Tenn says My little boy Is now i three years old and hasbeen suffering from indigestion eyer since he wast born I hate had the best debtor in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one Vqttle of Kodol he is a well baby I recommend it toll c sufferers Kodol digests what yon eat aad makes the stomach sweet Sold by O J Haydon M an M loll AlLaA grievous wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pale from overtaxed organs Dizzi ness Backache Liver Complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it alt They i re gentle but thorough Try f hem Only 25c Guaranteed y Hay dons Drug Store Rttcalls aTrajedvtOn the farm of Mr Joe Artold in Garrard county is a solitary grave that is marked byt rough stone bearing the initials up B Not far from hlonepspot is a log cabin anti attachedt to its floor byva strong staple is large iron chain Nearly every man woman and child of that lo cality could relate the tragedy in which the occupant of the I grave was the central figurea Her name was Polly Brown in a tit of jealousy she andI t negro slave to kill her only Fannie with an ax andllldtht t body in a pawpaw thicket which ever since has borne the wicked omans Name Two innocent negroes were hung at Lancaster for the crImewblchPollYJyears- afterward confessed and expiated by becoming a raving ma nlac Harrbdsburg Herald Dyse tBl1CuretitaurT All or Dxlii IuIamJustthe flux dysenjteryj says Mr T A t Pinner a weUsown merchant ot Drummond feIae4oieottiC- f ChamberlaiVs Colic Choler aidii Olarihoea Bewtdy said was cu4idb without having doctor IcpMldcrU i the beat cHeltr ik1i 4Ki toj W9rktu TkHeIs ie sii it WBifSby h loadetOC wJMttjkid MfltiMly U for BO doctor ewi fmeHb a bctttf ixltciMefor h ipissaijrt tiii ill aay eii eLtbes o tMra1 ta If- v rfat bJfoePale bt4OWdri Mor e J f DrDkttSpreeI Tom Bowen and Will Robhf iCOl of the Seaville vicinity in Washington county were iin Har trpdsburg Saturday and started home just before night Icadef to guards on mean whisky anti I good supply in their pocketlf5 Nhen they reached Duncan in thiacouhty the inhabitants of that quiet little village were disturbed by the hilarious conduct of the two men They were quarreling and using all kinds of bad language in fact the air was simply burning ad the people thought there bad suddenly been t an eruption of brimstone in that Isection Both men were bofli gt hot and thirsting for gore and soon resorted to the use of their fi fists Several blows wpr ex changed and finally Robinson jttpicked up a large rockand threwa it at Bowen striking him on the iJ head and felling him to the ground Bystanders interfered and prevented Robinson from killing Bowen The injured man was picked up and iit was found that he had received a deep cut on hlahead n was bleeding profusely Ha was unconscious and for some time was thought to be dead A phys cian was called and the J wounds of Bowen dressed and hO- ws able tOe removed to hIs home Sunday bat is still thought to be in a serious condition Bowen and Robinson are brthe inlaw anti had hitherto been the best of friends They are bglh well known in tflS- outy1arrodsburDemocrat 5 Commissioners SaQe r J George HomapciP1fff f t ye By virtue of a judgment and order of sate of the Waabington circnit ourt rendered at the Octqber term thereof 1902 in the above cause Ito offer for salt at the Court House door in Springtteld Ky ONMONDAY AUGUST 24J1103 t 2 oclock pm or thereabout be ing county court day to tbe highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 612 and 18 montbathe following described property towit S Two tracts of lano aitoaUd in Wa h ington county Ky and tract JTp tthus bounded towit On tbo north by the lands ohibeClart and Bro ou f the east by tbe lands ofT J Miller and John Chess r on the fiouthby the lands of Irte Homan on tju weVtby the lands of Luther Jenklit cpmttun i idg something near 40 acres Tract No 2 Is thus bounded towit On the north by the lands ofLee on the east by the linda of Lee Ohessttf and Lee Homan on the south by the lands of Will Merritt andontbe west by the lands otLsther Jenkins containing sixty acr acre rlesetSFor the purchase price the pai chaser or purchasers with approirei Jsecurity or sureties most enate n bearing leal interest from date i sileuntlbpaldand having UM force nd effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required tp comply With these terms THOS A MEDLEY M C w oo i AFataiut j Monday lost Roy Sutclifle Jleft his home with his gun and dogs for a hunt HQ did nofc return i that night as ifiis expected acd his mother became farmed The next morning when one of he young man stiogs returned he mother started but to hunt up her boy Not 1dinchima the home of any of her nigh bars she organized a Searching arty After a hunt of narly wO days the body of Sutclike was found propped agaiast a tree his gun and faithful dogAy his side Tht womid hk5hr caused hia death indicated bat he had been dead since Moodayi ind that he had stopped to rst 7 had b cm IaginstthetreeDd l dliebarg of his gun The jofwf aa home was neat Uorrodaburg D iaocral j tMr Henry Rusaell whojtiijttji 22z near Russell iCbOOlbGSS1 bed i the misfortune id loM his rig kf 1ift e hand and 11 ttOCoolWirb7 the exploiioa of aaticlfi of dyaai mite which he picked up n1ctmember was as InjuredI j U t tei ampaUtioo MMMMMTJ be wem the elbow and I The accident hippeded jbolti btts week ago Di ifc Joncitrmjproyingr Itff belt itI a oi Mr Qtift fia ell who 1 lv iswlkaowniaDswaaa f coGnilBu J i tt I SLAR v 7yzrtb JJYK THURSDAY t Sl AYEAflUN ADVANCE t- SPftIGFJELDKVI 0 3LDASflSON Jr Tfct zDrtoRAThPuLtsuR t citi lack tubseqaent ertlo v rOt1a on candidates anil political matter cents per IbiIJTobwojrk Is done at lovfrates but cash I t ust lk paid on deUyery of 4s L Advertising contracts made on liberal Bsr QbHSjarlei and resolutions respect eata lille t iiOtflcExalvrs J f1 iCBty KUtratcs 2501 t County OMcera 500- IJOJr J7 r lJibAY AUGUST 13 i9 lit 4SI ForCiut Judge We ara authoristfd to announce the sot kzt CHARLES PATTBSON a candidate for the office of Circuit 7 Jpd e of this tim Eleventh Judicial i DI trictpmposed pf thla counties of Marion Taylor Green and Washing 16 v tozinj Ss- 114immonwcaitfcs Attorney Weare announce iiJJU1lAM of Green county iMgcialiaale forthe IIC8of CommOwfeSftnB Attorney 1 Kibject to the action of the Demo cr tl pasty in this the Eleventh a Judicial district composed of them counties djt Washington Marion Taylor and GreenWror ClrCaff C1ericol announceJj JMB F1CIPBILVLwVs candfdate for the office oOJjrcult Sg Court Clerk of Waahington punty November election if elected fvill be SIassisted in the office bRobtNoe- 0 i For StafHSenator IY We are authorized to announce t HARRY LANCASTER of Marion county as a candidate for 5theoffice of State Senator from the 16th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Representative We are authorized tolannpunccl Mr WILLIAM CLAYBROOKE r a3acabdldatefor the office of Representative Intbe lower r r house of Kentucky Legislature from Washington county ISI Tom White wBich has beer 11 going on for ttwo weeks at Cyn ILCViN probably life given to thel f 1ury today The case has been i one of the hardest ought on re ii y cord and has attractedt much in h teresti tThe general opinion isi r2 ihatthe Commonwealth has made out a much stronger case than nt the former trial at iack son aud unless something hap v p6ns to bang the jury the pris iin9isWUb given the death i tv sentence A I The trial of Caleb Powers for S5Complicity in the murder of William Goebel is on at George town A large number of wit nesses have been introduced by tnepTOsecution and more are tto follow TJie tsimonv is along ithe same lines as thatof the d tvioustriars and comparative ly little interest is manifested jThe jury Contains eleven Dqmo 1 crats andf one Republican- The new Pope Plus X is showing the effect tf the strain Sunder which He has been for the t pas fe wrecks Whilfe in the Sf mldjStof a IIlSsSandjustafter i Laving given communion to two hundred persons thiB new Pope was overcome with heart trouble and JaipteHe was shortly reo r viyocl but the suspension of all audiences and absolute rest were ordered by hisr physiciansT q Secretary of War Root has an v liopnced that he wilt resign f t tJudge i1amHTarts tipp d t= r Vs his successpr Pr i 4 XotOverW e y There is anpld allegoIcal picture off a girl ECared at a grasshopper butln Ji h act of heedlessly treading on1 a1 j ii fMake TblfIsparalideUby the man i Who jpends a larfee sum of money 4- building cyclone cellar butnefflects foprovide his family wIth a bottle of k kals1berIain Colic Cholera an4 4S Diarrhoea Remedy 8 tv BaftguaraJ apistt bowel complaints whose v k 44t1moIts1J4IberthcaQfI tIievyconc a1 to one Thha5lU5s remedy iseye ry y i4secoftni2ed as the moat prtn pVti fi frfiab sejoratfc t iJ iJW asKJniKKKwsKseea WW l i t News From heIIt II iiHii r1 ns Amoiii the Countyj Peoplel i i i f t ml 1 as Rep lted by ourCorrespondents Talhani Springs Barton Bowen a well respected izen of the Sharpsviilet neigh borhood i duf consumption The remains Tvers interred in Antioch cemetery r Thomas Bowen was struck on the head with a rock thrown by ill Robinson and at this writing his recovery is doubtful It Is thought that his skull is frac Lured Winfield Lawson bought a horse from W N Keeling for 18Russell Bros bought about 40 hogs weighing from 40 to 125 pdunda at 4 cents R C Pinkston who has been on the sick list is better at this writing Walter Perkins who is viJii iiag relatives here will return to his home in Greensbufg Ind ext week Richard Holmes of McComb 11 is invo r midst for a short staVeQWilliam Jenkins was in Law reUeeburg last week Mrs Bell Williams of Antioch jis very sick at ths writing with feentalHerrod Goff sold a cow to W illiams for 20 Wra Lawson sold ariS year d mare to Ed Yocum for 85 Rev Elmore of Indianapolis ilE hold a meeting in a grove near Rbckbridge the coming cyo week MOORESVILliE Born August 9tto the wife of Ed Grigsby a 1 pound boyr Both other and babe are doiug well Several of ocr people took in the ice cream supper at Wood llawn last Friday night Mat Truax went to Louisville llast Monday to purchase his fall stock of gods There will be no mora preach iing at New Hope church until the first Sunday in September W 0 Ellis is repairing the BarberroadNDr John Gates is spending isvilleI vis iited his father last Sunday night boysicrossed bats at Woodlawn last Saturday The score 8 to 5 in ttavor of Mud 1 Mr TeD Cox has begun plow 5i iing for wheat Mr Richard Smith is sick with typboid fever and so is Mrs Evan Crow of Polin Miss Nancy Ellis has returned from Woodlawn where she spent several days with friends Mesrs Walter Grigsb and John Weak lev were at Bards town last Monday Mat Truax and Billy Good bought a car load of sheep in Louisville Monday and shipped them to Bardstown Tuesday Mackvillo W B Hatchett bought a 4 year old horse mule nt 80 and sold it Bob Hatchett for 90 At this writing Rev Strick land of your town is conducting a meeting at the Presbyterian church in Mackville which is being well attended and Rev Strickland delivering some tine sermons W P Hatchett bought two yearold horses of Augusa Scott Garrard county at ot eachMarion Sweeney sold a bunch of 135 pcund hogs to J T Lester at 6ic also sold a 1025lb steer to Wycoff Case at 3ic Quite a number of our young people attended a sjcial at the residence of George Warr in Perryville last Saturday night Dr Howard Hopper bought a 5year old combined horse of Henry Bottom HOtU Rhetvrnaker sold a bunch of 1OOOlb heifers to Peter Co al 3i cents Rev R L Purdom assisted ty Re W M Wool of Harrods buTgiwill b sin a5theetingatthe Baptist church hdre the 4th Sunday in this imointh We are glad toreporfc oursick people in Mackville all better Miss Lzz6Pvks riLpuis villa is visltiDg iier aister Mrs AdoAmoll l roni another correspobdent Tie s1careitlleportedbetter k oH at this writing Miss Jani Derr returned home from Illinois Jast week Mrs Maggie Slaughter ar rived last week to spend awhile with her parents Mr and Mrs T J Graveson College S- tlAirs Belle Terrell spent last Monday wither Lee BJiatt and family at Canary Mrs Harriet Bush returned Monday from an extended visit to friends and relatives at Maud and other places Quite a number of our young people ere entertained by Miss Lillie Warren at her beautiful home in Perryville on last Sat urday night All report u pleas ant time There arrived at the home ol Mr and Mrs Sam D Campbell a lit tlo girlon last Sunday morn WS Soma thief entered the hen- house of Mrs Goly Shewmaker one night last week and about four dozen chickens were stolen Mrs A G Foster of Bards town was at the bedside of her sister Mrs Mattie Shewmaker last week Tho has been quite ill for several days with typhoid ver On last Sunday night the Presbyterian church was filled to its utmost capacity to hear the Rev somegoodcongregationthat is the kind f preaching we need here Uncle Joe Hopper will arrive this week to assist in the meeting On next Sunday Bro Hobbs will deliver his last sermon here this conference year at the Methodist church but we leta most sure that ho will be re turned to Mackville again a havewe not heard any complain whatever of him or his family and trust that they may be in our midst next year PuIIiam rThe people in this vicinity do not suffer for amusements Pairs preaching courts and shows are going on A few words to our young men ow let me bag you to take warning Five of our youog men i broughtbelore conduct at RO lbridge church The boys had their trjal Mon day near tke church Messrs Springfieldpartt iin the trial but not often do they come out to church ppearedii and Thurman for the defendant Now bwys what do you Miink was the result in tins casey It only cdft our boys 2Q and the costs each Is that enough cost or not No says the writer any young man that will go to V e house of God and cause a disturbance ought to have a inn off 50 andpav that on the street breaking rock You may think lam hard on you boys but thatt is my feeling in this case Bro Elmore is holding a few nights meeting under tthe shad grove near Rocitbndge church Elder H P Hatchett will bei gin a protracted meeting or Tuesday night at Pleasant U roy p hurchassisted by Rev B F Adkins Elder W E Summers will be gin a protracted meeting on Tues day night after the fourth Sun SpringMeetings jog and evening lJJOrnI Lookout boys while all off those meetings are going on nod dont torget where you are It may be that Maes and Thurman will have to pay us another visitt Mrs Dave Crpuch s eickis attending I t her Born Wednesday to tire wife off Wolford Keeling Mrs a dau hterl visiti1gfriendsin Anderson county Mrs Bell cbisThereis some condijtionit JMrFranknot guest of Miss Emma Wells of Tajtham Spring Sunday Mr W HOwpn of Tatham Spring was the guest of his cousin J N Gordon SunJay iIIisburS Mrs Josephine Sutherland and soc R C are attending the Lexington fair this weekpaMiss Eloise Durrctt has returned to her home Bloomfield after a pleasant stay witfi her sister Mrs M W HvuttsvMiss Mattie Brown entertained her young friends at the home of Mrs Sue Merritt last Friday night Miss May Bell Gibbs gave a party on last Saturday night There was quite a crtwd present and all enjoyed themselves Misses Eloise Durrett o f Bloomfield Pearl Claybrooke off pringfield and Lula Earl Mer dtt were entertained in a most charming manner a Engle fIwoodBell Gibbs Sunday Quite a number of friends of this place aitDnded the funeral I Mr Button Bowen at Antioch list Saturday Mr Bowen was well known at this place and his many friends regret to heir of his death He was 78 years old a member of the Christianchureleand a mason the sympathy of friends in this communityMr Noel is poorly at tIllS tewritingno bet cr Miss Lillian Riley left Tues dsy morning for Waynesville IlL where sire will attend school Mrs Josie Brown is spending this week with relatives atPoiin MSI Sallie Sutherland an dtson iFred spsnt Saturday and Sunday at Rose Hill Dr Grume and Miss Nettie Yates are visiting friends in Netson bounty thts week Miss Bee Burch spent Iatt week visiting friends in Spring field 6 Ililisborob Miss Mary Oder accompanied by Harry Williams of Coving ton are visiting reletivcs hurt this week Miss Lizzia WHliams of Bloom fieldis spending the week with her sister Mrs W Ezra Suther land Gollie Shewnwkor of Mack 4Ivilla is in this cornmunitythrcsh ing wheat The crop has nude a very poor turnout on account of so much rain in the ear y spring that it was not well tilled Dtrdley Sutherland and Henry Settle have returned from a Visit in Anderson county They report Iicrops cf all kinds a tetotnl failure as they had no rain from May 29th to August 0 They report the old people saying thatt it is the worst drouth that they IWVH had since JH40 Mall boxes have been put in in iliis vicinity during the past wrpk by the fallowing parties Josh Imnrin S IT Croalcc Jj s Settle and John Armstrong IItIt IF ID is becoming quite pip nan with our people and it is only a mater of time until alwho live in reach of it will have boxesSWIY have been blessed with several good rains during tlwJ past week which have put orirS ifcropsthe so ison continues wo will have an average crop of corn and to IteryIt raroMr Annie Godby widow ofrwr the late Iftev E H Godby ac ncompanied CampMeetIng j teb pfriendswill spend several days visiting J I0 lived fotlr years while her hussband had charge of the M Ei t w + V tatRe1ievesJi1taflt1y Ij oCatarrhiSore Chest FrostBitesAnd all Soreness of the Skin and Muscles 26c 60c 100 Bottles FAl1 Druggists For Sale by C JHaydon wa Pgriugthatwhom sire takes the greatest of pleasure jjn IMissbetinquitesicJ for the pat week is convalescing Mrs Bertha Miller spent last Thursday with Misses Susie and Berthfv Edgerton oe I Moore bought a n vj buggy from Ed Wells of WiHisTburgi We wonder wnat girl wilt get the first ride- Robert i Thompson and wife lira Thompson and Mrs Emily Wilson spent Wednesday and Thursday with the family f J Leachman A series of protracted meet ings begun at Glenn Creek church Sunday The regular stor Rev W E Sutherland will be assisted by Rev JEDrum of Nashville Tenn Prof Walter Thompson of Louisville ill have charge of the choir RevDunn is highly gifted as an orator and is well educated but- tye his sermons are clear pungent and practical and every infdication ppints to the being a success Newell Hardin and his sonin law Mr Peters have bought a farm near Booker Tfom Willard Vest for 2000 and will move there in the fall Mr Hardin who at present lives in our corn munity iswell respected and is a rst class gentleman and we most heartily commend him to tte good people of that community Te Brpokville team suppli mepled by a few good pldyers from other teams crossed bats with our boys last Saturday There was quite a crowd out to witficss the game which was real interesting and while ft was the first match game forourboyslthey most certainly gcqd plai ing but the gatoe re sulted in a victory for thd other am They will CIOSo3ija gI at- rookville Saturday Batteries HqsboroTatham BOOTHS DRAWING POWERS The tamon TrnucJInn AVa n Star Sloiiey IakerIA retired theater munagpr said otliQir inS It Is not Bomrally theI that Eilwln liooth rooolv d r0 pet of tile gross receipts of iris perform ances while under the inannieiuent of Moasrs JJrooks Dixon Thorft never was a star on the stage who Could rn the money thnt Ilootli could to a theater There were no xpnKnjs about his lusliiessl It was as steady us Ci bntluir Vtl could hank ouIt Out of their halt of the rwelpU Brobks Dixon iaIt tire rent for theaters paid the salaries of the conjpiiir thl rail rood and hotel bills anti the adyertls nn throughout the country antI made ig profits which they shared with Horafe SloVcker to whom Itooth in trusted his affairs at lift start and who aftrhvard associated himself with Bro l8 Dlxon Iii jt1ls nsrrcpni nt with Henry E A1btV was this After nil eXleUiH of ovorj description were paid Ilortth got Pr centand Abbey 15 Booth lost a wwk in Philadelphia owing o the denj4j ofhis wlfei The company was put Ii thcro wltluJut him and we had to liiileninlfy the local manager Our loss that week wa 40 Itcdiictlng that Abjvs prollts on thieseasi were dll not kiuw any star save tItoofh who ever cuinmanited 50 per wnt ct till gross receipts NeW York Irtsi Vlrrc lilunil Tell It vas In one of till fnnnlnj districts of XW KiiRhitul The young folks had bniffloil themselves together for month ly joliiciilioiiH during the winter and were sjliouf to cilelirnte the laJL dance of the Reason as well as nc6upk of eiract mentu which Inii remiltwl from Iii a seiulilles ln Hawkins till lo Pa nnlril and his StVndivarins hnd Ijocncn to lead tluin liroiiuli the inze of tilt country dunce und nil iTevliHjklnji forward to the time of heir life llift dinth Inconsiderately claimed SIrv Hflwkins for his own on the after 1111or the eventful party Tut young Ii16 gii tiered as arnuiKcd hut the nbnonoe of Old Hen nod punes were IRIIIU suhstltnte for the tfiinclns wueri lo Hawkins and his lid tjle appeared on the scene Great astonishment nod many ques bus greeted the old man but he calm ly slipped his fiddle out of Its green bug mid us he meditatively rubbed the rosin on the bow Hald VitaL yes Marias gone died this afternoon Hut I reckon talnt no sir for me to play for you tonight elnIshe vfrant no blood relation Phlla Idellrlll Ledger Yet lie Loved the Sea It Is said that Bryan Wailer Procter Uiiown as Barry Cornwall who wrote the well known poem Im RIbeRwas the very worst of Bailors When e read that he was so seasick that he could scarcely bear the sound of a bu ina Voice it becomes apparent that his icouldi As he lay on tile deck of a channel oat covered Vlth shawls arid a tar aulin she hud the pleasing habit of umming a strain ot his jovial see ong The poet iVho loved the sea but loved it best at a distance bad very lit life jut theu but what force he hud as used in the entreatyBDont my dontIYet no doubt he lloVed tire seaB IAIThen young mall who hind been writing a girl in Minneapolis for three years In tending some day to ask her to mrtrryChim Tire other day hore oiV ter slid a picture tram berTjieletter C announced that sfie had been Jnarried two and the of bdr GbabyHjoyedwrote f1but t guess youd better stop writing how sat Jiavc to spend allTny time caring for tIre baby Thp Record LsaysMafterI fleld of oats H li To Cure a Cold in One Da T ke Laxative Bromo QuinineIets Q J7IServreaMlicfllK esscM la pstI2 months Thk sigattre1l LRYPVL ili d itibtj tiIiJjii4Jtiti itiit IM1i1JtI- nIJThe i U j tiitiililjijjwii w wwwWi I e Farifiers Sllpplyllbuse 11- 1 r r Q l Jits 4 pf1 I THOMPSON GREEN r tt- Is tri q 4 f tthe place to go with your prod t nd to get of r cvSupplyyoiui 8 t iJ FIELD SEEDS k ti Of all kinds Agents for OLD HICKORY WAGONS and iioI ELLWOOD STEEL WIREFE3NCESi Our line buggies for the Spring Trade ill beginning iarrive and is more elaborate than ever 1 COAL in any Quantity at Lowest Pric- esTHOMPSON GREEN i5 SPRINGFIELD KY ts r110 mm m mmm VTT BiliousDizzy Headache Pain back of your eyes Its your lliver I Use Ayers Pills Gently laxative all vegetable Sold for 60 years gej Want your moustache or beard IaUse11BUCKIGRAMS nrn crs II L co lIS D Frnmilll nn Excuse Little ltoylIeise Mrs rnmpy mother wants to know If you Jill lend tier your wash tub Mrs Grump gruHlyVXo I cant The hoops are off the bottoms out and- Its full ot miter Glasgow Times Wlcn a fool lisa made up his mind the has gone by Spanish Proverb LIghtnLng Pranks The most beautiful display of light ning or atmospheric electric currents which It was my good fortune to witness says a resldentof Quebec was out on the Beauport tints near Quebec when two electrically laden clouds as though two trees their heads toward each other and their branches interwoven kept on for more titan ten minutes interchanging horizontal lash es of beautifully colored flre not one of which ever reached the earth while occasionally a flash would shoot up ward as If toward some cloud in that direction An Experiment Yon see said Corntossel 1a phre nologist once told us that our b had a remarkable head So you SCOt him to college Yes Now were waiting to see whether his head is gala to turn out to be n congenial residence fur brains or Jes a garden fur football hair Washington Star Her Method Stellfl So she married him to reform him How did she begin Bella By spending a lot of money You know how hard It is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven Harpers Bazar A Cause For Worr7 A roan may go along fur fifty years an not be worried much about do here after but de mlnltde barber finds a braid spot on his head bes got a burdenS to carry fur do rest of his tlaysDe trolt Free Press f 1 1 rS CAMPAIGN MONEY anythiIlgliuchinef We will not dispose ritii- at all But Ae haye over 300000 SllINGLS That we must Sell by th Koy eni her eiectittn and now is the time to get a good cash bargain i1i J it I Sprin eJdliHbe1ta36SJQ Sonic 1yjjnsy Anlainla- A spocie3 cf dwarf clepliaift used to ive on the l lnndor Malta anti in vari ous parts of Italy Judging from the bonos which remnlri these nnlmulf about tile size of li large sheep were somewhat numerous A dwarf elephant Is a rarity now and no longer forms a distinct species but is considered roth er a freak pygmyleerThese little creatures flre not muck lirger than acat but have all the ota well bred leer Among horses Shetland ponies are the pygmies The ordinary musk of central Africa is apygnor dwarfr of only about twenty In height at the shoulder had three feet In length Slnklnff Sure of Him It1l1QksaIJ the thoughtful moth thai younBrowntd our daughter 4 tbougbtlesafatheri ably Thats just It returned the thought ful We must tup somethingj to make his ambitious mother ihlnk we regard ourselves u little abavcthomso- dolly If we are to make sure of Him 0 DELINQUENT LIST NAMES Propty Tths i M RKS J LKELLY SHOP Black Dan 1 Insolvent Garten Ben 1 Insolvent Grij8by John Insolvent I Harber George 1 Insolvent j Leachman Henry 1 Insolvent Mayes Joe Insolvent tiMoore Dan 1 Insolvent vPhillips Tom L 1 Insolvent jPhillips George Insolvent Reed Louis 1 Insolvent eed Jim 1 Insolvent 4 l eed Lafe 1 Insolvent MACKVILLE R R Isbams Delinquent List Baker William iiInstilyentmDivine IV J Insolvent G ilbisGH 55L i Not found Robert countyLiPhilips LA Sbewmaker D M Not found Shewmaker L 1 Not found S FalmonsTyree Thomas 1 Left State POTTSVILLE arrack LTi x 1 I4btfoutlTlv Bugg Ross TottomTottomottom Clel 1 Insolvent rJ ottom Bensey j- Bo3well J 1 Insolventl e Chas 1 Insolvent G A i 1 LeftHouhtv4f J Elisha Vs1 Insolvent SLmpl1iPhuhIP SauitcoEi Bugeons ThomaS 1 Left county HenryI Insolvent d Wiii i Insolvent YoseithberlinJbbnS 1 Left county Lanara Jamfeav f 1 Insolvent c Lankfprd LeeS J 1 Insolvent SB Lister V 1 Jn olvent eacliniahi Thomasi l Insolvent S yers Q J n 1 Leit opn yI ewes CHp III TwC O L2 of to II mmmm market longer yJosh tl points inches mother Isham Coffee Green James Shakc Mr KolkerSh McClures rol3 us of some misconceptions as to snaes WliQn a snake decapitated It Is dead The tali will rerfialn sensitive for soniC hours without rcferonco to sundown The ittIeriakcrdoesiietiiIcii1e I r Ult JngItsclLT JCo snaTje HtsUacepttuIe to the poison of it4 own kind TTfrat the blade snato wilt sjynllotr ltsjroungp Iii time oC danger is truer 501 they aw Urea digested iuaklnvue mother a cannlbaJ of the TTorstsort I lIope8 i Toss It was Dr Killlannvho attend ed tire late Mr OliSgoId wasnt it ycsgveL He was calledlyln only a 1tcntJemauryoung wife sent for Dr Killlaru at once I hilat lphla Presa I Dhlthe Beat She Could a Mr1f Cppmanii must t1Iou De lia that I was displeased at your en tertalnlng that policeman in the their yi last night Delia Earth 01 did ax him Into the go5huladelpaLedgcr T f t Pape John JI i Jnsolvenfc 4i Iz Peter8pn Win 1 Left State rELr sHoSCase Ben 1i Case InsoIvent Iii4jLiitHkl1 rnspltentLoffsdpn W A 1 Insolvent I lItolyoufjPaintllovcntu erJfQijrW j In5oiveat tSr COLORED IJIST oJtS1ILLE 3Grae West InsoircTrt Ibcl1Sli an l1JnsoWept55 r IoTthIrti I itSAdamsJoe 1 flfoicntAdams Bat 1 JpsolyentBrady Charles l 1 ThSoIvent Craw Jimrr foonICrow5NOtfUflhClaybrook InsolventCrawfordPnrbaIVr Tom i Left Ipsolvent county Elliott Dan 1 DeadElliott Vavc 1 LeftEdelln Eay15T rI 1 r l county eJttroman Jacl Goddie Charles tlrpiQ1 nt ubbord George lnont 1flSolett L ogan tcll LI4iriloiyent ogair Vash l4fUS0he1it 1 homas Georgc Iflirethoiiiarr Jllin thurman Siim ltlsoivcnl l 14 Z1z3solreiitWtrrper Iud tJlIflii1vent fifdung Jim rJ lrlj1solvpt ilfancy JQhn 4 1S ttlet John fi7fft S tX q t InseiFcatemponempgon Willi t iI rtCOuilyrJWJ1ktrsorr V lc4 1 ihoknt 1RptfouUYezuit q 1 eastJlniP XZiS0leflt eq i vf ELYpop ot Jests Jimf 1 InsOIVet s4 J ck 1 Dead 1 sOlventCQCuUJ i t J Jw J r DRJj M BURTON RESIDENT DENTISTS TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I 4fZ OFFc TfHagan ljlocl up slsilra J StRINGFLD ic 1 r 411 Dental Work Strictly iti a DR J 7tlSP QN 1IIV II OFPIGB e In91 enHouse lrti i dDR SS11SIYIOOKS i t SPIUNGFIELO Iy- j r j f f OIFIOEDr 1hQhafts lorV cs mer offices over PopDepoilS i Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm t J rr W FGR10SBY ATTORNEYATLAW t Office over Peoples Bank i SPRINGFIELD rnj jr Vfr HEAOIQ SELF SACRIFICE JCbni sre VvltU Which a Young Xrfvnl Ofliccr Greeted D nb SpeaiIug of liorofsm said a nay f officer at Ills club a few evenings ago a 5Hsniretliat such anesainpIeJs seen na that ot HyasoTi who Was a passed midshipman at Vera Cruz In 1810 It- tt archUylnoretbnnabit of heroism maSIjjrtj was foititTide passive courage that 19Ssa nlfl ee tliatvvas inostccAisn5uou tOur l1retwnofr the liatbor on f bloekadb duty when one tiny a Spanish r merchant vessol inanagetl to slip In eonSjCoIJFd thovtdea of capturing the vessel- bya night attack and he Succeeded In doing d But itS he could not take the CYCss1outorllarlJortot the reason vtJiit she was under the close range a It of the enemys guns Hynson eet lire 4 tojthb yei15l In dong so he burned both his arms so tfadly that he carried jHnjup Iti sllngsfbr several dayg While f in this disabled condition a terrIfic Agnail came up and played liavoc with Bovcnil of our little vessels and the one on which Uynson w serving was cap I sized IlynSon and one of the other of floirs managed Jo get liold ota floating VJ5Par butasJ jt was not sufficient tostkte f them both afloat Hynson kt go lila hold find linji few moments sank to Ills dcaewYork Tribune l Vfcltsbt Pf Growing Child l ffhe weight of a growing child is thedyfniost Important index to its 5S health Jrbe standard of weight fpr r rowing childfOn that usually feiven 7Sby autliprities hv the matter is that at ClSabout as many pounds as It Is Inches highl a rule this will not be much ovcr or under forty pounds Children who conic of large parents should velgh something more than that The teSpounds for eycry Inch of growth with via tendency for the weight to exceed Y this standard proportionately rather Ss than to fall below It When a child isr rather heavier iir piroportion to its height than this s indard it Is a sign ceajI ranjldiySl should not be allowed to fall g mud n below It without beingmade to ff rest more than has been the custom fore A deficiency ot weight in propftr Vtion to height Is always an unfavorable geVof jncrease of teJght qspcciaiiy dur ting the tio growth must J beu danger signal that should not be y negieclcd by those interested In the pa is tientt ft VVlijr rift Only Ate tie Yelks- iAhVi American woman traveling fn a rE1sIan stopped one pnr at a Utl t country house Chatting with the vis f Jttt1te woman of the house told of f v hqr difficulty iifgettlng along and of an j experience she Jim bad with a boarder i v v 4Tho first morning this man StOhpov aberef she sa1ahh began to eat boiled gsavflry greedily Egg after egg he ate three four fire sjniid It was IJ 6nJsib yolk of thfln that he swal tvtaji lowed the white be Didnt botlier with r Wuqn he dug his spoon lInto the say Q enth egg jny temper gpt tile better of J Jn c nail I sahlIn a severe tone theteggBirr rV J Sutely not1nY woman bean j iXY trtvqred TThey is tlie bird i thewhlte iia tile featlihrs Would you have ni make a bolster of myself ii t irf m ore It Aiwny nSns Swwrls a group of islands to the 5u tliof New Zealand called the Sis ters or Seven Sisters whIchatre re puted to subjected to a practically constant rainfall Tim same may be raId bjfthe islands and mainland of Tl Aerra del Fuego save for the differ dice that the rain often takeSthe form of sleet and snow On a line runnitsrot the iporid from 4 degree fQ5V or hiTVifSy called the zorielof constant preciplta 4 ilon but at lhe same time there are 4 everal tocalitJesI along with It with very little rainf all VV yiller References bSthe houstwjfe Well mum returned the applicant fora po It1onl dldpt write emllbolt aInt m7 fault n yoU dont 11ko em Jest jyonso 16 the people aacave em to me an tell cm sot Chicago POStSV itk A DeflnttiOnIIi what ISafrayV Why my sop ttiat Is whhta person jKlitKJxsut Rcpror beeulnfn light calSt fhf I Ve1kcl esi6tafr SCO1TS nutritionII pl a food lifcdJ3tforerfccf because iti tedyetiln fatter of resttoiv in i1pReit2iotgiving thetissues1espIcia1IyS I to the rl rveth 1cflon is that of e m6 jicine n3forfree tc01T DQiVE Chemists tci5ttrect aUI1Id1dn1 NcwYork IT Ir m ijW ihSfiiK WKWK OOm i1hi i All About Yourself Friends1i and Acquaintances nnnftnnnftnnlnftftUlftlI7ftDr School books exchanged at Wood dampbeJLTs Daily papers at Wood Canmblts Drugstore Buy your fruit jars aNd your sugar from Joseph A Shader O W- Hagans is the place to go to get anything frpniwashing down BORN On the 8th inst toll Mr and Mrs Phil McOhord a ison seVPure soda water not milk diFutecJ served with shaved ice at jSephA Shaders jfr3 Kate Williams the mill ner will have readytowear hats on ashandNice fat hens eggs and h iceI SVyingj l at Poultry House Wood Campbell will takEs your subscription fOt any paper or magazine publishedK A new supply of bats balls sks unitsV and gloves very w at Jcseph A Shaders Eggs are worth 12 cents per dozen at the poultry house this we foekRev G A Strickland is int1 Mackville this week engaged in revival service at the Presbyt ter ian churchVWhen you want something good call upI 0 W Hagan and k what have vougot He can t always satisfy you ipFORand in Pjulaski county Address Dip nmRt McKinney Ky LciST OR STRAYED One mud white sow weighs about 175 or 200 pounds Will pay liberal reward when returned to W DIaybrooke i The Springfield second nine went to Blocmfield Tuesday andS played a game of ball with theC am of that place Springfield 8 Bloomfield ResultI idi Remember J W Riedel is the only place in town where the lebrated old McKenna whiskey Iieeps11thel atWhy otstorage for nice peaches oranges IcrnoDS and dont forget that he hoadqu rtors for melons One out of storage is worth three hot ItSecretoftlletFairl county this week And he says that frum the way people talk the crowd at the fair this year cihlJSW Ri del has moved his saloon into the new Searcy building adj ining his old stand where ievqivvthinsr will be found 10 be neat and new except thei old McKenna whiskey which istt neat goods but not new J11a The Siriogfield Fair which begins Augut 26 duglit to be the I best in years The premium li bstmore attractions than ever Ladies free the first lay school children free third day p Mr Sam Nally of this county willgive aspecial premium of- eason a tto his borse Happy Bedu value 15 for thebestcolt sired by his horse The ring will be shown the fir t day of tbe irirV v I PAitM FOR BAra One of th- estlaraLsin Vashintodcount ffor sale Contains about 400 acres Fr further information l iinquire of VVfi R THOMPSON i T Springflel iICy I The rurall mail route orv frOpiVhis placoVrapidlyi in creasing in popularity and iin rmagnitujp lPostmaster WitlyVnWS reports that during the month of TulyV1O1IOpieces of snail mattcrwQrehandlecFby the carrirsVV aIrtqenV i raet vlth a painful ttccidejit tit bis home near liece 1atVweelt 1r Yhile flaying witb some lboys Bear the top of the staibvaYbe fell to the hall flcor below ds TOPICS 11- 1fftfl1iflnnftnftftftftftnn + locating his shoulder and break iing his arm belpwl the elbow The Nelson County Fair beginning atBardstown Ky Sept 1234 and 5 will have many new features Larger premiums and better display than ever before The Grand ChampionS Saddle Ring the Roadster Harness and Saddle Rings yill be the best ever seenV Large premiums offered Splendid music tand other attractions Catalog nt on applicMienV The musicale given rttheOpera Hose on last Thursday evening attracted a large audiOence and was quite a success Miss Rubel captured her hearers usual with her beautiful performance on the violin ana Mis Laura M Chord sang quite sweet several songs and elicited much applause from theaudience Mr Samuel Casseday who pos sses a gQod voice created a good impression with his singing d the piano playing of Missi atie Cain was up to the usual standard of excellence of her work as a finished musicianV Examination The last teachers examination r this year will be held for white teachers August 21 and 22 d for colored teachers August 28 and 29 All persons who com templatG teaching in the common schools and are without certifi cates shoifld take this examina tion At the same time and place of the white teachers exitrina tion will be held a competitive examination of applicants seek g appointment to the State OlleiO at Lexington The lastS examination embraces a fair knowledge of arithmetic grammar geography and history Tnere are two vacancies at the State College to be filled by appointment by the County Super intendent The State CollegeS ranks as one of the best schools in the country making an ape pointment worih seeking The hool per capita for Washington county for this year is 25OaJ W Brsn Official Call for The Republican District Convention By the diteciion of the Repub lican district committee for the Ilth judicial district of Ky it is ordered that a convention be held Lebanon Ky at 1030 a m n tUo 20th day of August 1003 to nomiiaie candidates for Cirj cult Judge arid Commonwealth Attorney for said district to be elccltlOntJat utav be properly brought before the convention T h e CimUunan of the Republican vountY committe of each of the om ties in sac district being ireene Taylor Marion andS Washington will call a coun y convention to meet at the county seat of each of these counties on Saturday August 15 for tUe purpose of selecting delegates to the slid district convention The Cwiinty chairman will isun a call indhouse door and and any other place he may think nucessAry in tbeir r spective counties The asis of representation shall beI one deligate to each 100 votes or fraction over oO votes cat for toe Republican electors in No v c mnber 1VIJ3VJ L WHAUTON Chairman Republican District Committee Thisthe 29th day of Jtily 1903 ForSaJe jj A farm ofacres situated ilea Booker station fcvell watered and in good state of wit sell asaal whole cultivationS to suit purchaser This ftwm iis welt timbered and is Hne tob coI andFor price and other fformatlxm call dnor address 9 J C MANN VBciker Ky for Stle My fttrmpir Bloomfield pike at falley Hill railroad station 1411 acres productive lime stone land Gooddwelling extra good stock barn llarge new tobacco barn and never failingi i water for stock fine well at louse aud barn Price nd termsreasonable l Also hay option on several other faunas for sale VV J G MANSFIETDV 3t5 VSpiingfild Ky PJY rfl Early Risers moas little pills v iIJIV HOR- DDPTTEST9FFjCiflflicnAflT BuIttUv Pnrraanently located SPRINGFIELD KY iFEFCNAL Walter Leachman was in Lou iisville the first of the week Miss Mary Lewis has returnedl from a Visit in Decatur Ala Mr T Scott Mayes is attend iing the Lexington fair this week Mrs Uettie Hord has gone to tanfozdto visit friends and relatives Miss McCrackin of Alabama is tthe guest of Rev and Mrs G A Strickland Mesdames McGruder and Tay lor Estes of Lebanon were here Friday last- Messrs W D Claybrooke and rmsby Wharton were in Lebanon SundayVMiss Lydia Cooper of Louis MargartfHaganr Messrs Miles and Otis McKee of Bloomfield ihtOre at W M Durretts Monday MrSV Kate Williams has re turned from a visit to her mother at Frcderick town Mr Benedict Baker of Birmingham Ala is visiting his mother at this place Miss Jennie Cla brooke leaves this week to visit Miss Cleveland iin Jessamine countjIMr T J Miller and family left yesterday for Hot Springs Ark on an extended visit Mr Phil Pointer of Decatur A homeOfjIrMiss Angela Mudd has 1eI turoed to Lebanon after several days visit to Miss Lizzie Waters Misses Mary Lee and Fannie imms are visiting Miss Lula Timmons at Lebanon this week biMissLiliieville is visiting her aunt rs H M OXau and other relatives here4 Rev W M Stallings formerly of this place but row a resident off Marksbury Ky was here Sunday and Monday lastaMrsvJohn May of Bardstowu nti Ms Miles McKee of Bloom field were uests at the W M pDurmettweIc- Miss Maigaret Hagau will leavel Friday for Cincinnati Ohio to accept a position in the wholesale millinery house of Samuel Ach COth aslbeenl jr 3Idtime will leave for ter home inI Owe sboro FridayV Rev W El Mitchel of Owen ton has been visiting his mother 1IMisWr preached at the Baptist church here last Sunday Miss Annie MeChord has re turned from Tatham Miss Fannie Forso of Newport whom has been her guest at theI 11herAfter the musical performance at the Opera House last Thurs day the young people indulged in an impromptu hop which passed off ncely and was en joyed by a large numberg Miss Lucy Spalding one of IIaccomplisuedII IcltUlto join her father for an exten sivo trip South Mr John T Craycrofb of Chicago is here thisweek with relatives and friends This is MrCraiyirofts first visit to his toldhomemoved to Chicago more than three years ago and he is re ceiving a glad welcome from his many friendsV The following party of young people went to Lebanon Tuesday night to attend a party given by Mrs Ben Mattingly Misses LidiavMcElroy and Lizzie Waters and Messrs J V r Spaldmg Clelland Cunningham Spalding Clements Will Wharton George Robertson and Ben Medley Among the visitors at Taiham Spfmgs frqm Vherethis week lisses dwere Mary McElroyVan Mary Lewis Messrs George t Coljjin and Phil Pointer Of Dej catuf Ala Miss Pearl play brpoke J S Claybrooke Arthur CampbellVt Wharton G J3 Cunningham1 QiennVV9 Web Wd otbcr5 t VJ Slit1J1ljkctbkIItIJthljjlIJ IJi i jl liJitJOj ijOji jtj SHIRTS 5OCVlEach I ll The greatestline of them ever shown 3i in Springfield f I New Things in Collars and Neckwear j Just received nice lot of WHITE= VESTS for young men E J The latest styles in MENS HATS fbe found herecan a1wiaV e =iiOllrVPricsaJe Always Right 3 We have a few broken lots of fi Shirts Shoes and Bats which we are iselling at Bargain prices You should g see them ROBERTSON BROS Springfield Ky I- fwwwyfywi t f t f f1Vt Jjfff f O 1 Notice To Taxpayers All taxpayers of Washington county are hereby notified that taxes for theyear 1903 r re now due rind prompt settlement of same is requested Also all per soqs owing back taxes will taitc notice that if same are not set tled at once they will be pro ceeded against by lawVBYRON CROAKK Sheriff of Washington Countytf Commissioners Sale G W Rossc Plffs jLydia Ann Hill c Defta SVBy virtue of a Judgment and order of Bulo of the Washington CircuitiCourt rendered at tho May term thereof 1003 in the nboyo cause IIsti ali proceed to offer fortialc at Court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 24 1903 at 2 oclock pthor thereabout bclu highestdderc red I of 6 and 12 months the fol lowing described property towitV A tract of land lyinr aid lifi r in Washington county Jvy on UK water of Gltins rctk awl tliiiij bounded towit Ikarinninif itljajcluster of hickory bushes on south side of Corninhville and Iro sRoads pike cor to Dave Ilos thence with hib line S 9 IS7l pole to 2j a xtakc t cor of ence now ior to said Kosi nd 11Shehnaker tbcnrc with aid Shcwinaker running with thence S 7J W 4i 4Vc polcn to an hvrV fence al o cur to said Shew maker thence with said Shcxviualfor Kant oie to a tone in an oIl- rivLtc paway cur to Mose Uaktr passinsr Parrots cor ininatIbranch at A at the dwtanceof t25poles from figure J from aui tar rottV cor same cure continued s 31 poles to said Bakers cor at from said Bakers cor make a direct line running X Ii poles to a ipoint in the middle of an old dirt ad runfring with its meanders ereof i237 poles toti point in the middle cf said CoruishvilU anti ros Roads pike 12SW poles to the bejiin ninjr containing 91ticies J ruods and hOlestpurIdale 06 sale until paid and having1 the force and ettcct ofa Judgment itders tvitLlie required to comply promptly with these terniV THUS A MEDLEY M C CC Administrators Notico lAll persons having claims against the estate of N P Thompson deceased are notified to present same to me properly proven for settlement on or be fore September lst 1U03 KOBT M TnoMiSox Admini trutor Strength and vig r como of ood food duly digested Force a rcadvtoserve wheat and bart food adds no burden IICY rfourishcs invigorates OASTOnrABear theIkeSignature Icf t WANTEDt We would like toask through tthe columns of your paper if there any person who has used Greens August 1Mow r for the cure of Indicestion Dj pep sia and Liver Troubles that has n otV been cuiedand we also mean their results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costv ness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon deu feelings sleeplessness a fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for man years iu all civilized countries and we wishi to cbrresppntl wfAl jotl and send you onenf our boolis free of gystf voainevcr tried August Flower tty a 25 oetttlbdttl filfstt We have never Unov CDits ailing J if Ot cmiin1InVre setnus- e matriVith yQUVTfV V5ce size has just befin introduced this velJ Regular jsjzo 5 tents GGGtoenfooqbUrf For RcnfVRoom formerly occupied by Postoffice alsq room on next floor above Fire light and water furnished Inquire at Peoples Deposit Bank Commissioners Sale Maggio Kelly c PUtS EquitvJBy virtue of a judgment and order of sflie of tho Va hinfeton circuit c t termU1shall prpceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky IO MONDAY AUGUST 24 1903 jat 2 oclock pm or thereabout be Ing county court day to the highest credit10ffQllowingI Wasbj orItheIElizabethIwest by the county road on the south by the landi of Stephen Wlieatley and hyIthclandscontaining 90 acres For the purchase price the pur chase or purchasers with approved security or sureties rouse execute bond bearing legal interest from date 01 sale until paid and having the force BidderlJIWill IInos A arEDLEY Mr C w cc TtfTomon and lie Patent Ofllrc The lirst patron fit our patent system rvns Thomas JcPerson who during three years gave his personal attention to every application for a patent He used to call the secretary of war and tile attorney general to examine anl Hcrutinizewitli him and they did it so thoroughly that in one year the first they granted only three patents The very brat patent of all was given to nshjaVstem was not one for creating rev onue hut for ncoUlnghl a production of that whicli is to be of benefltto the whole people In the first twelve years n HiiiRle clerk in the state department and a few pigeonhules were all that the business of the otllce required Then a Dr Thornton took charge of it and devoted himself to It as to a hobby Spiller Like Simile A violinist says Bplders arc notQrl ously and historically fond of music At one of his performances the concert bail was made disagreeable by a sud dn lnviisjpn Df spiders which were drawn by his violin out from the nncientIbuilding They crawled about thefloor and on to the stqpe and he could see the annoywl audience Ftamplirg on the iiisods The writer adds that be Inn known a small garden snake to be at tracted by piano playing and a youjng calf to whisk his UiH and prance about most jtleefiilly at the lirst notes of a French horn Ills qeck would ure about proudly his hoofs tread lightly and his ears wng joyously when the tooting began und he hover quieted down till the music cease IIullnr PrlrlleKes the house of commons has several peculiar privileges Ever year he receives a gift from the master of buclvhonnds of a buck and doe killed in royaf preserves This cus tom goes b3cF so far that There Is no record of it Later in the year the speaker receives another tribute from a different source The donors on the second occasion arc the Cloth Workers company of London who send to tIn speaker of tho house of commons and to several of his majestys ministers a generous width of the best broadcloth to be found In England lIei Audience How hre you getting on with your music my dear7 inquired a lady of her niece IWell of course replied the nleco diffidently It wouldnt be proper of me to compliment myself but some of the neighbors have told me they biiVo stayed awake at night for boura listen ing to my playingV VVThe Hnlo Suited Him The nrw boarder had tine weeks In the boiise flt Is usual soldi the landlady with great delicacy for inj bqanlerstO pay osthey gof I10hihatsanriglit ho repltcd af fobly tllm notigSlngfor a lobg time I CASTORIAForIn1ahts aidCl cii Hie Klwf Yoiiflava Always BoughtI Boats then S ttl9f IiiFancy GroceriesV 1 In addition to a rejiable line of staple groceries a V1IhaveaniOeflneof fancy goods to appeal those who wantsomething different and toIII want you tosee my line of Specialties in Cans andlottlesVS 8 sl VAlsohave on hand frh frOit and vegetWsVI in lseason g if7 8ih iTHE OORNBELQROCBF2 iy w 44Fair e FurllisMllgsl i 1 ROFR Men Womerf anflCldrenld n Now is the1 time for the I- buyWash fS t and Witg Qutlng SkirtsSg c We aVe offering 50c Silk Ginghams iud SilkTissuesQ g fOF35cV40c Satin Stripe Ginghqms for 25c X 25cSatin Stripe Ginghams for 16c 25c lAwns and Organdies for 15eV 20c Lawns and Ginghams 12 I2cV I 12c Plain andVLac9 Si Stripe Lawns 9e A nice assornnt Of Lad eli Black rM Mohair Skirsl Vline of Misses V Blue Mohiar Accordeon Pleated Skirts These goods are rerypopular and we are making special prices on themd Wa are making heaVI cuts hthePtjce On- IVQLVO1THINcV i 1500 Suits for1OOOSA I25O Suits for 850v 1000 Suits for 675Q 8OOSuitsfbrV5OO05 00 Sbite4or 3OOV Dont miss seeing thse Suits ars agreat many of them amedweight arid can be worn WX aIlSUMMERadjbah beboughtat halfz theirvalueV l VaJcV We are offering our entire Stock fat reduced jfrces torH 4make room for an immense Fall and Winter Stock ti We always make Special prices ioVV m CASH B VER VYoursi Very Respectfully I CIIIVUgIIafflDulloall VS- VVJOHN S MCELRQ- Y6NRAL mmm urn llifetanJ Tor8db j AiJojoh t Y Ytii F9rigsbyorGVeorgeNelklrk tony4usinessfor JJI Yoithateit You dont want it Then whykee it Drive it out witH fMalariaatldAgueCure L V4V cI11III c 7WNwr v Washington Utter L 0 T1e PostMce invsigation IS 4stIll jwof glth an occa k guNHlIlbetch briPdct eJ1sand ieti wore expected The last W iimdtetaierits returned in ci2seven naming AugustW MleM former general superiu tmtt of free delivery an- d4Icu of lIns confederates The 4itl includes William Gordon Crawford manager of the Postal Jtev ce and Ipcic Company and ember of one of Washington I Most excIusivecubsWUhian U Lpog formerly of Ohio and pop ulrI1kRown ascCliff Long a hprotegeI JorMwiyrepfeaentattve of Abner JicKiiftty in several deals Je bn TlB ppert mayor of Lockbayen PiiSfcopold JSternrof DaUi iiiop1tirko RlU1kl of 4eI Yofv tVe Bbcenzes atid ThomasH mJPV9Sft MGre t The evidenccr a rciftcititflfd 16 the g j ry sboVed that Ma hen had award ed yarious post contracts where bf 1m and his confederates hadi Jivided illegal profits of not less 1 than t75 000 Every bag car Sp ijed by a lletter carrier and there re over 30000 carrieis every registered letter case every Jiln tetterbox had piid ittshare of tribute to thlsPIic 55ofGiafLerr Public Printer Palmer is stiioccupied with the examination of the charges of the bookbinders imicm against William M llor Jjie binder who was expelled by the f ftharreasQninstated bythePrp identbecause iiis discharge hs s been illegal There is much impatience with the slowness of Mr Palmers procedure but he is not young and the President has enjoined on him a careful examination lithe facts with a viewi lo an en fipl tl jjust decision 4 Whatever decisioTrnaj qe it will not vent though investiga of tne methods of the Gov toent Printing Office which Iis now the disposal of Millers land which will doubtless re in effecting srreat economies ie Government This inves Jion willjbe confided ta Sec ryCortelY9uland everyone knows him knows that he b satisfied with no super l investigation ICalgr U e Drawn dispatch from New York cnIUnitediesi i Thetti hess with a negro who has been sworn in as chiefjfcar- ters rrate They have as ed their unwilling nes to as ate with Dim in any way or- weivo or carry outany orders may come lo them through lathe tine of duty ac Miller the chief carper i mate is net a fuiL blood d ro He has been 10i thcrfa vy coodHSaj time prior to recent promotion which was merit 1e ranked as a carpe d mate of itl o frt class lea Miller appeared at the f petty officers messcn Wed hay efiht other mpmbers of I me f4fOe and 1cftho table n her sat down Miller ate aerasbk If nothing out oJ I ortinary had happened ce then hofias bad no comK 7 at his mealsr He has been- ioJJ when le reached ihe VSI Ittiipeze orncr fi gcrithaas Size must Iiealz a courage 11mudh a ctan knows nothing Jlony iccjdent to urumcn aciobaU mutt attributed ItIdilc- itesst5o all are at ccr- tlmes rierc1 rite frtf- tton heAls woman While weak It eitab- regular drieiakcnlig lcahi tarnation weakneca V It mali StO piitl sick women I write today In praise of Dr M7IaIr ilanr Con ixwreuce Co Tetia s dhcae tbebac oN fly pjald not He In bed and Iupand Iben would Jure ijr 2t down I could scarcely und linds would feel iSwnjr Dr PicrceV prarite Macp before wrU I all looK ynetdo y ocnecrI acid bc p t e1L V3rdscac1otexprc f PPcertIon d woawB Pleyct are invited ta ircs by Mletret AW ibehd U strictly private P dtnliul Address J5r sfsle if Y ConHMoa S se lltdical ase tlJIa a tW Is aatjree on rteipfy ejcpense of mailiur onecent only stamps for ht p4j f covers Mke Bilo N Y 4 JaWS Tightly LocKed From Nervous Spasms Phy s iclano Could Not Prevent Fits th Miles Nervine Cured My Wire Dr Miles UeJvJne has been successful tried In thousands of cases o nervous discr den but ne verjhas it made abetter recoro than when used in the treatment of tits cr spasms Thousands of testimonials prove this and in nearly every instance tile writer has stated that the fits ceased niter the first dose of Ner yin rnc c ven The statement is repeated iin the followinc Seveniears ago my wife commenced mybomellyzed He rubbed her whh salt water and Cave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack he was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequ ntlysomj2 times very severe Her hands would rramp so we could not open them and she finally tot so her jau3 would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doinjr her no good and ordered a bottle of Dr Mlles Re Hbenefitmore She has taken a nnmber of bottlesMbut has never had a fit since taking dose She also thinks very highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of male iing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv Ine did my wife Wu Y ALLEN P M Elkvjlle Miss All dxuggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Drt Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr MileS Medical Co Elkhart InchC tablefiJst to eat alone and when others have proceeded him bewaited until they finished eat ingyCtapt Snow said Millers rights would be protected as the navv makes no distinction as to color Bold Intruder x Mrs Sue Moore aId sisters Misses Hattie and Isabella Wil son who reside on Linden ave nue Springs Addition had a frightful experience with an ini truder Tuesday night The hij onlrbeaid a noise iintheliouser rhey made A search of the premises but were unablejto find any one and reu red At 030 MmMootc was awakened 07 Miss Isabella who screamed that some one was choking her to death Mrs ISMoOreing hersister by both wrists ama she jumped ou of bed and tnronltthe parlor raised a win dow and climbsd out on tho ve rondo to alarm Mr Robertt Edger a neighbor But be bad heard the cries of tne jadins jind was hastening to learn tho cause On entering the house Mr Edger found that the micr ant had fled and had opened two doors so that his escape would be easy ItIS believed that the scoundrel awas wjiite man blackened BS some of the coloring rubbed ofT on the llady s clothes The city bloodhounds were put on tho uii traders trail and followed sam distance back of tho old Asylum where it was lost Harrodsburg Herald When You wanta physic that iis ml I- danttgciitle easv ttn tako and certain to act ahraj 8 Vise Chamberlain a Ston pcb and Liver Tablets For sale by Haydpns drugstore A liniment that will soil or stain the clotbinR or bllater the skin iis unfit for use DR OLASSES LINIMENT will do neither It penetrates iiccl flesh and relieves pain iutanlly with oat turning or blistering Sold bv Wood Cpmpbcll feon toads offishIPish have been dying in luijrej qncnlitlesIn many pondsm this county At Shaker pond we are told that fully 1000 pounds of newlighis jnmpsra and cat fit ib died and floated to the surface one cat weighing 25 poundsThe pond is right In the village Jtnd the stench became so ofTcnsive bojgatheret wagons Hogs were also turned In to cat wosc along the banks Tne largo pond on Lconatus Stok Form was affected in the same wnj At first it was thought to be work of dynamiters but the trouble it is now said Wvis due to the large amount of warm water from tho rccej ivi deoldytng t deol when the great drouth of 18 41t was bro1nflarrodsburg Her aldrI iEalAll YonW nt Persons troabled with indigestion or ritprSlacm eat nU they want if they will talie Kodol Pyspepila Cure This remedy prepare tho tomaclffor the reception retention ojgeation and atsiraUatldn of all of the wholesome food that ntaybeeatcnnndenabl g the gCII v organs tbtiansfoin the 5gihea1tt J s3 t 1 QiIP leJts Kldiiey Cun- i4 1a t t LIST Thompson Will Jr 1 Tnsolvent DE1IN4UNT Thompson Alex I Insoljjeht 1 Whalen Pat 1 Left 9unty = T 11YhalenJ Th9M 1 Left qunty 1 NAM ProtIy rdriEMARKS Colvin Hartford 1 Insolventl SS Odertames 1 Insolvent itSherrelID ve 1 Insolvent SlonetDW w j Insolvent dLRED LIzz Smfth Tom 1 InsolventSPRINGIELDtevenson John l 1 nsolve1t NP 9 Stevenson Dennis 1 Insolvent Slw Bob 1 Insolvent InsolventCarricoTaryee John 1 Insolent Clements Ambrose InsolventTaryee Rowan 1 Ins lventFenwickrW1Il 1 insolventWalker Bade 1 Insolvent Grundy George 1 InsolventW akefield13ob 1I iQly ntMooreHurr on 1 InsolventWarren Jim 1 insohentMongoinerJohn 1 InsolventYoung Dan oM 1 Insohent Mcllvoy John 1 Insolvent I LLYSH pNorris Mathew 1 Insohent Roberts Dan Insolvent JIarde8ty ZLfej Insolvent DijrhJm 1 Insolvent SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Hobbs Wood vTT I 1 InsohentAndersorePeters IEd 1 John Insolvent InsohentBuckman Henry 1 InsolventPoiinwm 1 yen L =Thompson Tam 1 Insolvent vIBooker Paul Insolvent Thompson John Y 1 George 1 Insolvent InsolentCaseyI Joe 1 Insolvent SPRINGFIELD NO 9 ti CrutcherTom 1 Dead ntTs1 Auberry Dock i 1 Insoh entDorse Alex 1 Insolvent A berry Ed 1 rnsol Dee Insolvent B solventartleyLfiezeklaliBoone Dick 1 1 Insolvent InsentEansBerry Toney 1 r4is4ventEdelen Jobh Insolvent Elder T E 1 Lcftfo John Jr Ii so vent Fields Wilt 1 1 Inaulventl Haydon Dan lusohentGoalleyJim 1 Insolvent aydon Garnett I Insolvent GoatleyBen Insolvent nson Will 1 InsohentH cker Len Insolvent DeadobleyOrkien Will 1 Left Co Linton Mat Jr i Not found Powell Woodford l Insolvent Lew is Dun 1 Insolvent Smith Jim 1 n o Lewis Harrison Insolvent Si entLeachman George Insolvent ilrbcYIchkflettInsolccnt lottgomerYIIfrank 1 Insolvent Mitchell Dee Insolvent SPRINGFIELD NO 10 Miller Nib Insolvent B lvenondJohnInsolventondWInsolvntheathamC IcisolventonwayInsolventdgerton olcntGrInsolventreenInsolventHoodH ntHamiltonInsolventattlnglyTomInsolventGaraInsolventopeInsolventlhoYounItJohn Insolvent WORK AND LOOK YOUNG YOu Will Succeed If Your Heart I In Tour Labor Is it bard work that makes people NOW old or is it because thpy do not have enough to do or rather do not find the thing they arc best fitted to do The hardest worked people in the world are the actresses yet sonic of them without mentioning names nr slxty and some play the partiloflovrst and bolstcrqus young tomboys at an evengreater age The Americans are the hardest work e l people In the world yet foreigners call us a young looking nation Noth ing makes a people look so young as liberty There Is none or the cramped caste restrIcted blight upon our people thuds seen in IJurope The oldestfook lag people in the world arc not those who hue worked hardest but those who have not worked at nil It one 1would see them he wants to go to the fashionable watering places There he will see comparatively young men und women who have nevcf worked cither with body or mind driven around In bath chairs or hobblingabout on cane tIwbUe men absorbed in business arc of tchqnlte robust at seventy Where ftrtl work ever killed a man 3laziness and inaction have killed a score It Is the class that feels above work thnt natvire has little use for Work nnd look young Boston Globe The nock That Sloura Smote Tho famous Rock In Iloreb itt ciently called the Rock of Mnssah nnd at present known throughout the orient as the Stout of the Mlruculuux ItFountainvhich Moses Htnick with his rod In der to give water to the children of In jael In rellglonsly preserved nnd dattIDr Shaw his book Shaws Travels IItYR1t is a block of granIte about six yards square lying tottering and loose in the middle of the valley of Rcphldlni and social to have original I been a part of Mount Sinai nUt action of the waters of lint Craculoni fountain nu related In seventeenth chapter of Kxo Iu hilt tcwcd a channel about two lull dwp and more than twice that broad ncrojw the face of the rock this scot upon un supported testimony lint upon tljie word of nuh men as the Rer Dr Shaw Ir Pocork Lieut eimnt Iullu and other eminent sVhbUini nnd trer rr uoI1nta lu tlw reAr 1507 declares liU be Hr f in tics generally accepted Ktory of It being the rock of Moseit famoim fountain II ramoan Unntrd IXiapi The moat wliUli often urrounded bjiln anti cashes In the old days now generally dry ouch tilled up but toni rom rknhll Kpwlmifm sitU remain IVrlmps thu llnmt cxninploof moatetl house Ie Holriinghnin flAil thu seat of Ixml TollcniaclH in Suffolk holt elcbt rulls from Ipxwicb The draw bridge still ifinntn And It lit lhtn raised every nluht for chore than aoo tlbIroin4h Leechesille near Maldxiono iwwhk that It may alnumt mlltl 1 InUe The ancient Kpbtoopfll palace at li1s U nurniumhl by wallijvlilcli In close nearly oven ncrcii ofg7ound nnd by a uioat which in KiippltiHl with wn trr tactic St Andrews will A vener nble bridge spans Itiiij moot ulvlutj ai cow tlirougli a lowcr gateway lo tbo outer cotIrt1Miitlottl4tah1tiani Life Alter Uenlli A German tiloiogUt has Inen Invest gating the ipiestlon of the activity of animal bodies after death and has pub fchod nomc Htiggextlrc iouclUKlon It nppcttM tjint ilenth Js not Instantaiie Otis tlVroughonf the pbynlcal organist for It has licen odscnetl that runny tof the different tissues continue active for n1 considerable period after the time Iwlen the animal is assumed to bo dead In the ease of the lower an minis Cells from he uruln pf a frog for example have been kept alive forf vr n Wipe when held Hi certain solu bee1tcowu as 0 Ing removed from tho dead body Tho hearts of turtles and snakes wilt lent for days or even a week after death Harpers Weekly Ooc Hnonsb You love ray dnugliterjt saM the old manx vc herlm exclaimed passionate ly Why I could die fortieth For pne sect girtnce from those sweet eyes 1 f rcJur1tIIja something of n Harmyselfv he said and one is enough for a small fatally UemJl1e i CIcaiiJnar Mlrrom Mirrors are hover so well cleaned nail polished as when wet newspapers are used for the first process nail soft dry crumpled tapers for the last If the mirrors nro very much soiled with tlyspecks for instjuicc put am motile In the water Soap should not be used nt s flats Temperatures Renipuiber that a cold bath is one from 30 to 70 degrees F tepid from 85 to 92 degrees warm from 92 to 93 degrees hot 9S to 100 degrees In the tIeIrOeabout 130 degrees In walking dont take a heavy stride but one that is light free and firm bal alterIlIatelIng It perceptibly The hpads of six universities declare that young women outstrip young act in studying that women average blgh er than men iu their climbing toward knowledge Cool water with a littleborax or am tannin in It U preferable to soap and hot water on white paint A lltU turpentine takes the grease off old furniture previous to rcpollsbing SAVED HIS FINGER lbt Faithful Drnlunan Pelt Horr ever That lie lied Lost enatr One day a Brahman nccliKiitally touched come unclean object with bis little finger The Brahman thought thin t UIIIrltnntouch would Ito also rendered nnd tItus make him an untlCftnIIi Seeing no other way to get out of the wraH he re olved to got the offending umber aniputatiHl Forthwith lit went n carpenter anti explained to him iluit unites tho ffngir was cut off ho tin Itnihaiiiio Uaic unaUc In take fssl flu carpeiitir trltil to iltiuuaile the ilil T nut nrjrttl that an Bp ll illnii of uiiiu ti i if vnti r fnitn the rwl riv T Ciin n wnilil imke tin T once more Italy Lilt the Itraiunaii iirO H said tliat lIce nitfr wa f no nee to him nn Irstat fun Itin vouM nut roil until It was tei irtnL- n rtnil rwurs the cnqwoipr ro wlviil 1011111 liU nwLnanl cuHtomer a trie Hi told thf rrilnunu to litiUiUT en an until RIII to look to tLr ky 1 title the wond wa luUlct tI Tlf Irnhtuin ild ii lluf rirrwmtrr a Imlcbft ucI1Iit tin linger a utiwrt bVvv with ttLii1c of tt Tills lilffil n ry of pain front the tliiiII tit nt uiiip jlit flU flnjor In hi r niiih to nlmr lce nty The earpeu- ttr uhliiK explained to tltt haiti inan tlit Ihl tijow lutd mlJHiiI nnil tho fiitle Iliiger was still entire Mill vrorat 3f lice Urihoian hail ilellled itiantelIJy pnti il s lIP tlngr Into lilt mouth ltioUlJlng oirn tor tuonovir orrr jMVf rii tjo P rallnn onco more Iltl ttu llruinan Iiml hail ei ueh pnln u rl titanic aril llui withthanki Geideti ini Kniitp JSuknrLr UUtorr Vlsit H the biMry if lur nillKf rip n 4IAort uun uiiioit biunls lOll li illltn ji ring tin i f ilu lhieiutnn tiiiettlcl half iulHz racca who mittrtinf rtrtlal ii Irr the liillttomv of ItiMLJlIM Illd vhlj ilnil tar IH iinitie of liirtkirl or w arn of ural dltcmritiil tt nhivoli ltuIltiun f Itjvlr ara 1111 fiitlriy IiitCIlllItjl crj liun ifur tilt pur 1I00tlll14lj11tcnm rf iny pine oriy HkClctl In the irt Ih y wire imillc u umke a clean UI of It 011ITlii imrk wis charncterintlc of soy ral nit ions 01 tie ionfincs of Iloman IlnrtltlIlnrftiai he Latin language has no worth for units tnrb Thl bnrbivrous necldeiit was unworthy of the honor of a Roman aadueEaclcaccgeP QlrlIt rilmoat every generation the dinner hour has umliiiono n change tho principal melt l the day briicg eaten at different pe rods from 10 oclock in tho morning until 10 oclock at night The autho3f The Pleasures of the Table points out that in England 400 or years ngo jteople tooL four meals breakfast at 7 tUwncrnt 10 supper at 4 and l- l1gnf S 1n Iftaneo in the thirteenth centttrjril In the fjjorfllng was the din ner Iiourr Henry VII dined at U Iff Cropnvell time 1 oclock had come be the fashionable hour and In toI sopsdny 20 lock which gradually was trnusfopned Into 4 Pope found IIj MDS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entro foai Club 176 barren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered docIinsisted on an operation as the only way to pet well I however operationMywell as Jar home with a sick woman is n divcpnsolate place at IIhest A friendly druggist advised ofCarduilorcnetotzyandhedidso btgantoiwprovemDcwdananclID Withinbeing V tZwdMrs Stowes letter shows every woman how a home is saddened by wcompleteJWine ties i and brings health and hanpl nets again Io not go on suffer toc11YI inltWINEtCiIOIJJ fniut wui iuiv MjnoiK for tlinint ntinH 1nir aunt 5 continued to be the populak iltitiii hour among the nris toiTaijIcmlii tUi rniMnd dorado of nlintivjith cintury when dinner was furtlier PI oiic4l from whirl perlml II has kiHllly continuitl to encroaoli upon the evinhiK TnnollIIn tin New Letter nuil Memorial le1siof Jnne inrlyle a letter to lirr liiisltnnl lu which omir the rolIlowing auitfoln little OinK at Tcnny DId you Lnor that Alfrwl Tennyson U to hone lhdtMditi of fji tt n year nft 11 nil Pwl tots stated icts intention ovtccciuiuiliiig f e liini to her gracIous inn j ity nml ilt It cuntliltrixsl flnnl rboctin lun iIlccthhthiicniy iii ahrUi toKI tilt he vjinte to marry UlItllI uUilllprfraunia ttlst uuirry a maltliw rviil llr llciiry Taylor said alit was ntiout Iu write ti lilac In biluilf of their linim tiuiUl WK WaS qUI to a superior ttlltllIter In lier v iy Teed Small clinlU white teeth are a sign tf t fS weak iitiixtliniUni Strung normal teeth Art Ihrge nml yellowlxli tvhlie Souellinn nn eitiuftlntl Ic noveU iiiu it4tiiitItiigwill give her tW I rows or penrU Ue tWivn her niby iiii Tlie truth of the matter U tut icing could be taunt chrit Iy or iiniititurnl Ior unbecoming llrm ttHtli imide of pcnrlM It Is only lION jI ttMtli tlmt wnsesii n high poliMli ile iirt n SVny AnxliuiH Kntlier Im my hy nnleaa you ntuily you will know nothing You will make no niuney with wbUh to buy tliln YolniK Ilcpeful Tliatn nntblnp Ill have everjthln elmrsml utah Ill keep on tbnt way tHlI p mnrrUHlMes gemlorfer IIIitternWlinfu Tbeoe Them young IIOtII ty buds tire butterlllex milil the Hi v Mr Strait law Tbiy Imvo no tjuiiighc or IIIa future life lort t nit Oh lint they do Matrimony Id always In their tltoitglttcsExvlictJg eI When n great CiUamlty befalls ono how It lightens it to talk about Itt nftof It Is onrtdilson Globe Icatrct Jones Vonder what made Mrs Sut ton t look eo heated when she picked up that photograph from her husbands f 1InynesCOodJ t hen ted It WitS otto pt bis old flaiiics you know Boston Transcripti r UettIni lIihloiolchiT rnoyou think that betting JI wrousr l It depends on clrcum3tnhccs nn Bwered the town Oracle It you cantt afford to lose lea wrong If you can itImere sillySt Louts Lumberman t aJ HSheinnnliavrye In America Mrs Marilla Id Rlcker who was born tAAn terra near New Durham NITln 1840 Is file most distinguish ed woirian lawyer In America and that means In the world because this Is the only country iVhero women arc per uirttecl to plead ln the courts She is one of the few women who have been admitted to practice before the United Stntes supreme court acid the only wo man tb Do made United States commissioner and examiner in chancery by the Judges of the District of Columbia This latter appointment she secured because It entails Judicial powers In tho District nnd her work has been goner ally for charity Every morning for twenty years Mrs Richer has gone dOwn to the Jails In Washington and helped the women and children who hove been caught In the police dragnet luring the night Mrs Illcker Is nn ardent advocate oft woman suffrage n noted lecturer and nn enthusiastic clubwoman One of her interests is the Vimodaughsls a club for women In Washington though as the constitution states while the organization was formed rutins JIAIULLA U primarily for women It Is not limited in itii work men are welcome to nil its privileges The mmio is made by erR1dlll1httrsotio of the honorary vice presidents this club It Is now n prominent doiiI In Washington Poor girls can go then Iiin till evening and far a very small tive o Instruction In nil useful branch c Bbasciof education Mrs Khker tetuall gratiIt HOT ami pronunciatlun whkli the rest of her work shy does for love of Kickers advice tt pretty ftlrI4 Is characteristic of the woman It lj as follows Never belluve one Icing nIman says to you unless ills disagree CableHe Independent You must feel that you can take care of yourself A gl1Inever need be afraid of anybody btdt therself Women and Poultry Ran jumeltness nnd seem from nil accounts to be M making a success of it A correspond eat tolls of being in a Chicago drjr goods store on a Saturday afternoon not long ago when she itaw one RalesglrU receive her wages ofjluoI week She was paid 2 bnvlug been In ttr place from 8 oclock In the mont lug until oclock In the evening or erj day It was necessary for lien to well audi more or loss expensively dnwed to be constantly on her t1Iand to keep her temper and her sflf possession frequently guider ttrying citr cuniHtnnces On the other hand says our obncrver take the ease of the farm er girl None makeM less than 2 per week nnd ninny make sa They wor ooul two or three Ijojirs n day thai iirniuudlngn are coiuluclvo to good t aijtreasmeutloux the cane of two young girls vli sod last year an of 5 worth of eggs every week during the sprint lint summer Nor did they Hull tU they might have disposed of for they ralsetl over tOO yonu chickens be llIlllIlllIlt Huntr Weekly 6bPenalty For lnlCraIliit n wuman makcy up her mind tto txcel as n singer sue must no mat 1ttor how grt aty endowed by nature tvuiiMiibrr that the Iwatity of lien voice ilipends very largely on tier being able I wy no to herself For her many the utrtvtfl of tire must be noncxlstIIrr Till diet of n singer has to be ai vnrefully comidorod mid limited itst that ior nn uthlcte In muting Mme Melba devoted to Mvitit but she never nl jotvn herself Mine Nonllca con rUJlfl to a4nnetiidcesIIcevIhig isrftetl- rhlmlsli craving for an rbtuulant fea lioflyrKolf both Mine Calve otice e3bpressed a lunging for n My rich hearty workmans UiiintT whldi she tpctiglataItttuiiMl hhal j Ill til hits sarnnVoit prutlcIIy every tiling to her volw nail 111t says thatt jIJIt ats Its prcxerv8t1iii to lice facti unit slit ntvor fur one umuirnt forgotoJ slit U n Kinder jtiat tnU U often InI tuhIVtItlIetttt PR11rura Tin Iree fleet CaretNot gtUHitl with her own rest t cures I r1fr hut u to dote woman has taken to rest T lug hr clothes It vslike a el1nrmI h Nothing Indticpi hnlililiaiw in coat uti gowns nion linn tho lines nml wrinUloM which show that they have ttltOi own worn anti iWurni Silting crease 3 no and tIlt walking civascu make n gay nfcnt old bofore It bad dona kilt IU tfduty Moil know tlU better than women I A man lu well dnaued with a small er wviivltObe rHultfettljliwrlcthdoelcmeatst Not nil of won nns frock3 can go 10 tha tailor though with tale Inexpensive taUor service now to J a lint sha will If d Iot qtjently to be bni lied andpnsasd lint s cohecftou enough to give tucuxnllanctttlro E thcei ncactlf r Your XrmSi ja Arms nrc very seMoin rquntlnnd firm thlcoathlftyCfth year end yiey very often 1036 ticelt Slll e beforo that Itrtsun neccs4ary for women to Ipsctlip4ti bearS v so Vflriv lUll1tshn that r 5 r QJisrl81fi n fES A fefab ePreparatl nforAs uIaling Promotes DigCSLiOnCkcr11 nessandflestContams neither Opiumloforprune norMinr i- 1NOTNARCOTIC JutiveolaJfrcwzazPir1tlzR eri4lsvJitda IIfsntl Apertecl Remedy forConslipa caVormsness and Lo ss oFSLp FaC sin Signature or NEWYOnK EXAT COPtOF WRAPPgR V IY 7 CAUTION This is not a gentle war but when you think how Hiblcryoa ar not to purchase the only remedy universally Uncwn and a remedy that has had the largestt sale of any medicine in the vorld since 1808 for the pure anl treatment of Uonsumplion and Throat and Lung troubles viitb out losing its great popularity a tHJ these years you wilL be thank full we called your attetilion os tb hces German Syrup Tbjl arc so riany ordinary cot remedies made by druggistsr and others that are cheap and good ffor Ifght colds perhaps bqt for severe Coughs Bronchitis roup and especially for Con sumption where there iis difficult expectoration and coughing uring the nights and mornings there is nothing like German Svtup Te 25 coup siza has sf been intrOdueeti tlHyoar Urgnlar sizd 75 cents Ajt all druggists C J HaYdon I nave not po1 nuentum r6 the irfwa or besnry or to the laws of hygiene Yen CTI take u lint flabby ann without any hrtpe anti make It round audsymraet ricr Land you can take an ann ihatls so ti ntlt looks almost llkctt rJk atil maUe It beautiful w ph iilknml er1 the woman who theist her own Lou tech has the advantage aver her tu4for v ijo hats no work to do Jf a wo mai U not muipjlled tto work that Js t wash uuidorrs scrub Hoors tlSwi tn runt take exercises that take the at of work A ute Vcr rnrcInX IlauseUcrpcrii A hit of honsouold wisdom tlatlpruitktil by tuIY truineu aitd wU OUr liuilug runul b to iHrai btonnp the rooiu lYivlpnvlug them fr the nJglit nlvraya straighten the par lor Ivforo Knrlug It oxiiljttimlJhe hiMttHta to ah vtniJsrht gut recently And she stml btiiifttl np pHk w set chain In cutter pil d up music afld nr rangttl thj Uraprtes before going up stairs One tblmr liko to have thIns In order In ise of maytliiug hapik nlng and besides this wlilic It la a very lit tIc exertion to mtit Is a good t Wt of help to a buy maid who often lIH much more than she can accomplish bt foro breakfast1 Cr aui 73fcm To mate rream v jfora warm thy tablejqKwnfuls of bntirr wwk late Iitt ve eggs one at a time then add quarti of sled tour a tlMtSpo BttU of 1 nuadm half a teasfroonf of yaullte extract mix Into n siiKioth paste reatl Iwto a liot olletl dripping pan nd bake In a tliot oven KBtll a delicxtft rowti Cut Into 8quare prJckwUh n fo ErkWliwr serving jle on 5 fringed HI- tiu In Bllvor cake ltaket lJese cry acceptable fur af teraooa ted CeQr luncheon The Houcchold Indicator I3Oneen tla lv liouMholdllnaleator Ticks oiTWtoeh arljsI Oledl om bacon Ul to U1ltekf1i and Qtr here are small IJJj tilted to the smallj oles oppttrftti each HOHJOU the ItetuHrt till one has to do when out of a iwdedi tirtlflo la to place peg and then wlttn butcher or grocer boy culls lharois excuse tOt forgottliig suppla ITie Woman Who Srrlm Swimming will do more to dewlop perfect liealth In woman titan any oth form of Gxtretec It terelena tho hole body nymtnotrically Ioo oi t tho OJntC gives free action to tlw 1lmb Increases tic icing capacity Jmtit m el bivatWng stralglitcne the tUlfrow1n4 this chest orw nl aaU ouldors back ThiewocitsawltQaLUI gains nil thin nmlluttW vinlnK hU ti1i plcn8urc acfnddon aJIngazine i r II lot c to ourIeUeD A busings woman rtio Iln Vrt largo pohdciicc ys that women nm uI1t at two plstoh1r AtCIM e oinlfjslon to encl a slowp ivhon it1 rcplf Is wigM the othpr1tb6 fallure IndictrtO Wltotheft tho writer is tab nddrossed ns Miss or Jlrs Each ot ese sinrt genetnlly brings its own punishment and may n time work it own i cureIhodol uyspepsla Curect p1cts whf you oat 5i CCAjORiAInpandOhildreiO R C The Kind Yoli Have Alw ysBauBtt Bears tlie t rsit1re o li t FiiL t r UsJe ForQytiE Thirty Y8arS eASTORIA nit CrfAlt tons em JtIy V FJLi c- pCollrrorti J f HENRYWA 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