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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v f r wc r I Ipe ie Ji i o k THE NEWSLEADER Ie iIIJi JZ L 5 d r t w F 0r f New 8erit VoL X No 34 SPRINUIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY 1HNTUCKY AUGUST1 27 1903r OO A YEAfi I JMBURTOKiO J UNDERTAKERS J 1 AHD EMBAUMERS 4 11 Qr d c i 1 PHONE 53 1 MR MECTMY sat7 seat of SGrIz4D lllJwpa ct 5 11es iMlt r l tiiHttIL11el from tmirrHlT It r9w1 fcraack oi J I itoTttleaV NMkTUle rmilrMd la AnaJiiiilITIaNP tS4Ia4te1eue r UU lumber 1iV bPCaUH1HOipojHaUOflof ityiSSSAJUfr M sk1I K tfft UIeXy UfMMtfttiT ill Xctttack Legis T1teJt fMMtlivc hi State Senate Hoa L K C7 K CaaipWltoTiUe Ky CtY Mitctery tt cacTOT COURTTh ltCHrlMcl is8 m tke fourth tJMrtIr1 KaiaHOcto- l C 4Xt Pa4tt c Judge WK Sweeaey CommoawealthAtwM- MMQT 4MiL CUttHll Olerfc WS5QuizTZR1Y COURT tttield oa tile tftird ontkI 1 rL LiHY I1Mkc L i5 COUNTY COURT catyCirt JMet fl tbefourtb UO4JiII ecktk 1L LltHrJa4 J WTB CeiintyClefkth T L aysCItY Attoeyre Gcgectkttailerbo yccwSkecifartM6iMyoHnle Xi51Uc a DeUoI IvaateCsMoore County Surveyor en IrF As8 ssor ca Dpty jkctXH rugJ X HiatpMg CotOBet to JW BSi 1Jegof CoO cfeMb O fttrlBf Mid to of f CJTY COURToaSJ L Hoe Police Sedge ij kaGMC8t MiMlnl t WiBvClaykreokeClty to Attoraey 44 a JUSTICE COUKT VjnsUcefC4 rt are held In Janoary Oct bcri1tJa1Y f i fi CltlrCIIDlrKtery nosif peSiSe evecy8 B4ayatlI a m and7 v 5c1ao latl30Prayer etIIWedaY might at130S METHODIBT CHURCH WaM SIcy J D Ward PastolSuvlcewC aHTk1rd Saacian IeacI 11730 pni Swe k tk l1a Saaday at lOaUf tIMeICTk1 1MCtlJI cvlll1W 1r r CATHOLIC CHURCH iJCT PFlUe aT Pswtor Ser jff ay lat S afld 10 oclock kors t a a CykH 4RO9C4 Ba CHRISTIAN CHURCH f sJley Felix Pastor Service a i jHrlkth aday Iteed1 of MtIoo lYTDLUf OHURCUJ i wl Q A Steksklaad paaior JrgSYKY147at11 La p Wit iekoIeye- p 1 lSkHiiif i4 It aa Prayer swetlBg + vmi TMHMikT aTMlxe at oclock rrrass rirJ tJncIo x Spriagfleid lo jje x jsjOMcti HCG Mevday la eack MSMMl IlII cTsfr4 M4y fII cd1 2 aeetaH Hhr itai tfc J4eaart x tTDMCAnxs Keetf rwjt4Wigity J Mt f iLY 1 4 i rJ F sotitby 0 J Haydon WHiifia iiHW Wi jI 9f A ROUND 9 Of TALK I j i What They Say at Ike driers Tkerea Tommy Jones he lef thiS little town thIrtyyeaagoThey downSFive hundred tJausand dollars cash 80SoiYe folks say that hes a clear rail Honare T onheypasses by t here weve got no bows or Scrapes parpWe hea jJUSt about so high Billy Smith they talka heap ofl him Hes writin books they say isj somethlnggrandedday Pknowniyapple n I just lammed him till he uldnt stand An HheyBut both SIfremwereoD tricksSWe knew em when theys just about so high eres been a scad p boys at went went away Aa sosiewheres else theyve made regular fuss Theyre famous people them outsidno ers say But that dont make no difference tous e zeckerlect em when they run around Here barefoot one suspender all awry Theyrenotmuch when they bit this l sEamping ground 4 Weknew em when theys just about so high A j Chicago News tr1HOSENEW SIDEWALKS The ordinance passed by e town trustees some timaago quiring property holders along th sides of Main street who e not already so provided to pu citis announced will be rigidly fforcedvided that the citizens first be ven a reasonable time in which have the worfcdone themselves but that if they failed or refused have the improvements put int that the town authorities will gc ead and have the work done and requite the property ownerS pay the bUla lein being re tained on the property to guar antee the payment Some of Ibet citizens thus effected are 4aking steps to comply with the law but majority are holding back to await further developments wblht still others have openly declaredI warfare and say that they win tbe forced into such an ex iditure if they can help them selves While the enforcement of the ordinance be a hard TIpinvolved some of them beinr ini poor circumstances the majority n well afford the expenditure as the improvements will easilyI Thancepropa erty the amount of the cost ofI such improvements V U ORTUNATEJudge Charlie Patleson is a fortunate mat as well as a popular one Ha won the Democratic nomination for judg of this district with very little effort over his one op ponent and now the Republicans the district have met in con vention and have declined to pnt cut a candidate thus leaving udge I atteson a clean fields However much of a walkover the judgeship race will be there romises lobe a lively contest f for the Commonwealths Attor neys place Capt W H Sweeney who was given the Re publican endorsement at th0t district convention held lasT wee1riconfident of winning over r Durham his Democratic op ponent and the votera ortbe district may expect to see the fur fly later on as the campaign arms up and these two candi dates meet on the stump as they probably will d- oZULZS If one fs to judge by appearances in town oa county court day it would seem that Washington county is OIJoofthe best mule raising counties IntbaState There were several mule buyers in town al begInning at an early hour fartoers began brlngtng in their mule and mule colts until the town appeared to be overflowing Prices paid for thes4 wief ul amI mals this year are good and the buyers have left with our farmers q thuiteproduct of the farm that is almost al l anlS1ii ofJitter fiEbt Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my tIme bad come As last re thsortdiscovery for Consumption Thembenefit I receiued was striking and I was on my feet in a fewr davs Now Ive entirely regain my health It conquers allcCoughs Colds Throatand Lung Troubles Guaranteed by C J aydons Drug Store Price 50ca1d 1 00 Trial bottles ee Howof ten do you see people careworn and old not from dgebut from physical debility cnt off from the pleasures of life at an age when they should have the most enjoyment The reason is often ki Bodneysone can be well The use of hopelessrobusttahealth Sold by Wood Campbell Mrs Mbllie AllenI of South Fork Kysays she has prevented attacks of cholera morbas by takIng Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Snch attacks are usualy caused by in digestion aud these tablets are just what is neeeed to cleanse the stomach aqd ward off the approaching attack Attacks of bilious pvcentedbyijaydDeath of a Mexican Vet raflMr Davii Hungate died in this ty Friday morning aged 78 years His death develops the act that only three of the Mercer county company who so gal llantly fought in the Mexican vfar of which deceased was a member are now living They are tht captain Phil a Thompson Sr John Cloyd who lives in this county and Joe Withers and Ben Biadsnaw wholivein Missouri In speaking of these matters an old citizen observed that when t captain Thompson raised toe company the drilling occurred onI the spot where Marimou and Car tert residences are and at thatI time there was not a house near1 he Cane run road from where R B Coleman now resides to the old Lowry Hanna place oo thatt side and not one beyond the Wm Payne residence nearer than the Ben Roach residence he intervening space was a deep forest squirrel and other small game emporium where town boys were wont to go outs before breakfast with their Long c om muzzle loaders and bring in days supply of game Hor rodsburg Herald Kentucky Fair Dates The dates forthe various fairs are fixed as followstBardstown Sept 15 days Nicholasville Sept 14 days t Elizabethtowh Sept 84 days t Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days t Kentucky State Fair Owens ff boo Sept 216 days t Henderson Sept 95 day Mitt Is The Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWITT on every box The pure unadult rated Witch Hazel is used in making De l I phejurnsj tTheWitchcHazel Salve due to its many cures has claused numerous worthless count terfeits to be placed on the market t The genuine bears the mDeWittaHaydonMakes Yur Month WaterfA Trimble county woman hasC ajar of gooseberry preserves in perfectcondiMon put up forty f ohe years ago Our old friend BeIlsEfordt hover the Trimble lady He has ten jars of peach preserves that were pufup fiftythree tStillajugl s1lacedlintbeon thatjndlasbeen banded down with tbe understanding that it was not to be opened un til one hundred yearschad passed From handling and shaking the 0jqgnehalf the liquor had evaporated leaving the remainder about as ick as sugar tree molasses Uncle Dick wilLopen the jug d a jar of the prserves the 8th of next month and has invited exsheriff John L Forsythe andse arid the writer to break bread with blm on that occasionffiar rpdsburg HeraldEd maiiiMcThe startling anuouncemect at a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest any A run down system or despondency invariably precede suicideand somethiag has been found that will prevent that condition ilAitJthat j struciioa take Electric Bitters It being agreat tonic and ner vine will strengthen the nerves d build up the system Its j so a great Stomach Liver and Ki j SahafisfactionBuydon Druggist j y Cored 0Oi Colic Alter Physicians Treatment lld Falled My boy when four years old was ken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and he injected morphine but tbe child kept getting worsoI then him half a noteaspoonfulCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and inbehalOln hour he was sleeping and soon recoveredF L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkius is bookkeeper for- eth Shell Lake Lumber Uo For salett by Haydons rug storeJJ anAth toefor use DR GLASSES LINIMENT will do neither It penetrates the esh and relieves pain instantly with out turning or blistering Sold by Wood Campbellco Whose Widow When a man dies and the widow marries again and the second husband dies whose t widow is sheof the first or second husband or both That was the question recently before he pension authorities at Wash in gton The widow of a Federa1 Ia soldier was drawing a pension as such a widow She married again and the pension stopped j Then the second husband died and the widow made reinstatement as the widow of the firstt to husband and the claim was al lowed Consequently under theruling a soldiers wife is not thet widow of any but her first hus bundHalrodsbl1rg Heraldn A Summer Fairyland To those who are planning a I summer outing and seeking green fields and pastures new ome place where they may cast cLareprimitive nature where tho the sun shines ever brightly ccoling breezes alway wow and great heat is unknown it is safely promised that among the rocks and lakes of the Muskokaciistrict bout 100 miles north of Toronto situated in the Highlands of On tario 1000 feet above sea level they will find enchantment Handsome illustrated descriptive publicatiors will be sentIco free to any adJress on applica tion to R McO Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway Woodward ave Detroitt w Jail Birds Escape On last Monday morning about half past six oclock four negro risoners confined in the county c jail made their escape by sawing e bow of the lock This was easily done by reaching through the bars of the door as the ma rial of which the lock was ade was cast iron it was almost s easy as stwing so much wooda Three neurd prisoners he jail atthe same time but re to leave The four to escape were Henry Thomas Osborn Goodall J N Shouse and Harry Smith the first named of whom was recaptured by Deputy Stevens within an hour after ad escaped Those to escap dwerewere considered by the police at hatpla e to be the most ae per te crooks in ihe city Anderson I INews Policys Kidney Carol Took Ills Life CANTER KILLS HIMSELF WITH CARBOlIC ACID Drink thyeMoments fewt I1hi comrajunity recieved a 4vereevening at about six oclock when the news was spread that Canter a well known young n of the Jowu had taken car lic acid with suicidal intent and was dying rom the effects The announcement was found to be only too true and before the newsbBd gone far the young victim of his own rash act had passed into the great beyond Ed Canter or as hewas famil ly known Sharpy was ato t years old and a sQn of Mrs Kate Canter and was born at Fredericktown but had spent most of his life in Springfield He was widely known iij the town and county Recently he d formed the drink habit and wo uld get on hard sprees He had ben drinking heartily for several days before he committed th Bcelife The movements of ydnng Canter immediately before hfe swallowed the deadly poison as nearas could be learned are about as follows During 1jhe after on Thursday Canter weut into the drugstore of Wood Camp tellcarbolic acid saying that his mother had sent for it and telling the druggist to charge it to her 9 then started towards his home d stopped on the way to1 talk a friend or two To Will Greene he said good bye andi shook hands sayingt am going awav and you may not see me any more unless you see me a rpse He then went homecon d on to the back porch where ettbtained a glass and quickly pouring the peisprCinto it drank it Wdownact of drinking one of his brothers who had noticed something suspicious about the young mans actions made a dash for the glass but remarking you re too late Dick iEJd went into the room where his mother end sisters were sewing and remarking that he had just swallowed carbolic acid attempted to climb the stairs to his room He fell n the way however and was carried down stairs where every ffort was made to save his ifeI Tho deadly drug had done its work however and the unfortu Itatehuman Ed helpHHenry Connor when they were children together at Frederick town and he had read the account of that young mans sui deIn Louisville only a few days before and it is thought that event had a powerful effect on bis mind as he took a similar method of ending his existence The burial took place on Friday with six comrades in the military company acting as paIl bearers Jibacct Trust I The Courier Journal contaided the following sensational news bncerningwhicfi should afford considerable comfort to the growers of theI weedINegotiations between tbej 1arehousesTrust are at a standstill but the trust has bees getting such aj rubbing in Wall street of late A7SPeed live ft something to live onIThen it will stop falling and will crdw long and heavy Ayers flair Vigor Is the only Hair Vigor htirfood you can buy For 00 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint YOU Xr hair wed to be vtir ihorC Bt ana1 n lnn Ayer Hair Vigor abort UtM It totgta to tcrowiad now It It foarte n taebM lrir s s i IoStA rsslI to ssfl ab hrJ Ku JL JJI J ATnoo All dru Ita forJAI1 II Short Hair IItthat its buyersiayeben ordered t purchase no morO tobacco at present The limit was fixed at a week or ten days hilt this pe riod has about expired and here Was not a single hogshead bought b thyoratween the trust and 113 ware h miousesistrust has a capitalization oft nearly alj of wjifch iis water and J B Duke and his associates are heavily tied with big and overcapitalized Virginia Carolina Chemical Company which borrowed 6000000 last week at 16 per cent interest au1ttwas expected to pas its common di pevidendThis shows why Mr Duke istt spending all his time trying to keep his various stocks and bonds from going to rotNat urally he can spare no money toII buy leat tobacco as the Courleistra Journal lears from undoubted au reallyIbring the trust to consider thettclaims of the growers than any happenMearithne facturers arerhaving the market II waro Ointments For Catarrh That Contain Mercnrr as mercury will destroy tbe sense ofe smell and completely derange toec orholew g through the mucous surfaces Such articles should neverbe used o foncslciIsIn fold to tie good you can possibly d grer1vaC CaUrnaflufBCtUredby TeCot cnryrindis taken internally acting f o apon teftbe blood and I tarrh Cure sure you get the gen goinei delInT alestimonialsSold by druggists Price 75c pertbot ti SoePotent Pill Pleasure The pUll that are poteut In their ac lIon and pleasant in effect are De itta Little Early Risers W S JPbilpot of Albany Ga says D rtt ling a bilious attack I took one Smart s it was it did me more good than calomel bnemass or any other plUs I ever touk and at the same time it ef fected me pleasantly Little Early Risersare certainly an ideal pill Sold by CJ aaydonlu foTliA little thing sometlmesresults- io death Thus a mere scratchFinsignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty Its wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salve handy Its the best Salve on earth and will preveut fatal y when Burns Sores Ulcers od Puss threaten Only 25c at- aydcns drug store HeUOver f ArthurLucasWatkins Cr sSat tha Baywick picnic was called before Judge C piooperc pioncludedwere granted separate trials anda Arthur Lucas came first and was F held to answer without bond Oscar Lamkin and Sid Lucasa were dismissed en motion of the CStommnnwealtbthen tried and held without bond Ben Lucas was the last to beB before tne court andvwas releasedcn the evidence All tthe evidence presented before tthe court showed this to bea cold hiobded munder without anyr cause whatever A crowd hadI w gathered in the woods back oftt the picnic grounds A generalI row followed during which t knives pistols and clubs were S drawn then Wat Cross the murdered man seeing the dan c ger ran from the crowd towards m the picnic grounds JIe was fol llowed by Arthur and Ben Lucas g Sandhim just after he had crossed ui h small ravine aDdc ntlnuedto sloranEI and caught WatCrossaboutIt tlsshottls the fatal sb5thatbroht deatlii to their victim Fafcon T Cwrsl Celdln Oe Day Take Laxative Br tabQQlnI 1b1c oeYIif t OMIutOkOuiiS ftf Pinilifi Cilili i Ortiffi A flOe ti f raceUThe Very Rev Edmond M5 Qbrecbt Abbottof Getbsemani will sail for Citeax France lromff NewXork today to be present atE e meeting tbe chapter of theii der of Trappists A b b o O biechtleft last Friday on thufssion and will be the guest oil Bishop Prendergast itn Philadel delphi for a few days The mother house of the lrappists has beenat Citeaux France for nearly ten centuries Father Obrecht before his return will visit the various houses of his order in Europe on an inspection trip having been designated to 23 rform this duty bjr the head of the order Previous to joining 2 the Trappists Abbot Obrecht was a Colonel in the French army and seryed with distinc sp tion in the FrancoPrussian war He is a mart of affairs and bast velid all over the world If is his intention to pay his rspectsthto Pope Pius Xbeforehe During the absence of the Abbot the prior of Gethsemani the t Rev Father Dnhnet willhave charge of the monastery and boys school Kentucky Stand ard SaTe The Chilirel Ninety nine ot hundred terstsdemnof the stomach and thcsedisS orders are all caaseb Jndjgestion KcdoJCDyspepaia Cure is jaet as good r children as it Is for adults Ohil en thrive on it It keeps their little itaomachsOfowthandrter 705 Central Sreet Nashyille un saysuMy little boy Is cow 1Jfromj orriiNashville but failed to do him any od After nsltij one bottleof Kodol he Iis ayrell baby X recommend it to l sufferers Kodol digests whatt ToUeat and makes the stomach sweet ldbyO J Haydon Dysenterr W Wlont ThAt I Dff As noBootoI am just up from a hard spell of the flux dysentery sayj Mr T A jDrummondof Chamberlaips Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was d without havinga doctor I caretS fa the best cholera medicine In the rId Thereia rib need of employ g sera doctor wbeu this remedy is used m edicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It J yer fails and ia pleasant to takeb or sale by Haydon drug store PiHto Sale ifTar On Tuesday September r221903ye Beginning at 10 a m offereri salethe farm consisting of 16 acres known is the Thee Coch ran tarm 2 miles south of Macl rirteoni the dirt road leading from yackville ind j PerryvilieI ke to Macfcrille and co kell miles from Springfield on fendillarm15 acres in cultivation and 15 cres in timber good house and di outbuildings of all kinds FinB ock barn that will hold 5 acres ab of tobacco Good tenant house pi nd good well and an abundance of never failing stock witter Terms Onehalf cash andI balance jn three equal payments anfinAlsoscillschreemares 3woyearone good work hors ones LItrangeth sired by Chester D two Weanline edoltsisUchyearling steers 25 head of extra thoodBuck 18 head of coogsplements of all kinds consisting th f one twohorse wagan mowiBf tlmacbinecawoOliverreingletwowsl hv and corn straw rIck aliaAs lathe stock of tha Fansi 6ri Bankypf Mackfilte houw hold and ldtcht uriiturt M Terms Credit of 12 nonUM nsums flO aid ovtr UuAr that amQuntcMbIFlifts SUSAN 0 MATH to aw Campbell aueUov er ili Ja AiL VjtI 1IIMtbt AC MNI- Bardstown people oRes won der atr hearing their Mif hbon of Springfield boast of their town especiaUy when they claim Jfoc it4riaTger volume of busiae hanb isvT f tOwBardstown 111pointCatalogue for this year has 41 pa ing Wslttou23 pages Bus of Bardstowa4j 41 pages Bardftown eMsJZrnha emiV viI Lk1Iepages pringt1ek1mercb tool 2Q pages foreira hQHM + pages In other word noa merchantsoiSpriDeldtook gO percent of the adverti ii wh catalogueilst the ofirsgotlypace I e Springfield Fr aUlofttt but 93 per cent lIV1barsLtewn Fair catalogue yjrme tbpetogo r doesnt iit seem that XJolpreilfe merchants ccme hire to Mil I It ll be thought TMJJecor pre nts tbese facts froit purely jjif te rested motive We are iin ested certainly bat we cak y this in goodfaith by exer bon we procured enough advec tising to make the contract for pr theFirCatalbgueprofble t t u came from Louisville and1 for all concerned it would Have been better had itcoot frofA me nrChanthNelsosj Bee d r WANTED We wpuld like to a Vt through the columns of your paper if there Is any persox who has used Greens AtjguU Flower fore cureof IndigestioijDyspeg and LverTrOub1b that has t beeu cured ami we also mean their results suck as sou stomach fermentation of fbitual costivemees jwnrovs dyspepsia headaches depoft eat feelings sleplesneaIk- ct any trouble ooBaeeted witk the stomach or liver Tiara medicine has been sold for mmj t ars blal1 civilized oeuntrier and we wish to correspond wftk oo andsdndyou osat1 e r oks free of cost If yow lever tried August Flower try a K cent bottle ilrt WekwreMTec r known of its falling Ifssomething more serioM is the QIbasi ar Qef ular sissi 75 ce U at druggists G 0 6rjM awe CIiII Dr T TVEto of LowyiUe c who attended tbe Sitk Di rkt AssociaUoliere ihiHii Win his poeeeMioil oeaeTire oM Ins wtiich he obteiMd wiOte a visit to the Rely tjud Iw years ago Theee eons were circulation during ute tt e e Christ and ha- rihkrecept beea dMeorerW tzoTatiom is tie oly City OM iea iilftr x 4a outIi4aeOtt air arty esat- ece and twice at thfclr aael identical thirty pieete st Uyee for which Judas betrays tiM Savior Another is a Ri coin beirinf tWi Mtfeto Cimr like tkt which cfat heUL + isis haM wbe bea tk ribea whoe iMUfeialeiptr rlPtlo n haUl isv and thejr ered ad MM OMM0 ttl1another i41se eo Ii ar to thoee tea pieeei Jot wkkk e ojaa iia tkeyMrAMe MM ek SQdlh11nea tke a small oofpee oia per hlp bettw 3nioir kf s- an any of the bei widows mite niallectioa oirria =studeate ad w g th UosgbII- at =perKap MM ottth Ies- l coiN fiftpwd in je c h rdedIa Holy- ikyAdvoaat Ifitt + 4 Pii lIIil6IgrIrOSSWMI oftfaMf Itia ri at akitMiat fr04aM M iM iff IIBI 1 ikcorn- ad OaiMtIIN Dr JIM Hf w tlt Pil- lsjtsaedboIta1 Tkey are geoUe bat thbrough Try hem Only 25c Guaranteed H y dofti Drug Htore THE NEWSLEADER pmtlflHKDBVKEYTIIUBSpAY f 4 t egifci A YE ARIIN ADVANCE Y i E1jSPRINGFIELDkX PC flBti AVISdN3rvrj Jfr g EDtoRAD1LISllE IT Ic bu1ue notices 10 cento per Cf I obr ibsqttentinsertion My v Calls on candidates and political r ceuts perline Vfirobworkl done at low rates bet cash 71 pTT Wt be paid deliveryl of goods j ifi Al7ertlsIntFontracts made on liberal rmk f V Jf crtitpjtei land resolutions of respect 3 t tS5t3 perUy ANlCOUuoc TI r11Uty Uati ntM OJO 500 1 1rjiiatyOMcers t f KiW k THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1903 f fe IT4 For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announceth- j e unqofIj t g CHARLES PATTESON candidate for the office of Circuittjt Judge of this the jieventh Judicial DiBtrict composed of the counties of MarI n Taylor Groan and Washing ton subject to theDemocratic primary r GorrmoiJwcaiths Attorney tI Yd are authorized to announce t ULDUR i of Green ccaaty is acandldale for the TcftlcaOf Commonwealths Attorney r object to the action of the Damb tjratie party In ibjs the Eleventh I ttnriiclal district composed of the WasblngtcinMarionIr Tiylor and Ireen t t T Tor lrcaff Clerk wfj are autnrlzed to announce t MR F M CAMPBELL v ata canlidate for the office of Circuit = Court Clerk of washIngton county r Jfovember electiop If elected will be it assietedntbeoflfoa byBobriloe For State Senator 0 We Are authorized lo actouncej HARRY Lnt ASTERI of Marlon county as a candidate ror toe office of State Senator from he iStblSenatorial diatrictBubjept to the actioa of the Democratio party RepresentativefWe are authorized to announceI ft t Mr WLC4 LIAM D CtYBROOKE aa oa candidate fur the office of Keprejentatlve In the lower bou33 of Kentucky Legislature from Waitilig on county THE DINING ROOM WALL S how pretty Plate and DUIiri Stay ne Artistically DispuTed y One of ihe most striking and effcc the ways of decorating a fining room J by the Judicious usecf pretty plates oroddlyornanientetldlsltes TJifSe inn t be arranged in such a tray as to civ tancQ not only the beauty of the pieces tliemselyes but the artistic appearance 7of the room The bit of wall dacora lion shown in the Illustration iVvallo qt j bIn where a wide chair rail Is used np- i ion the TvalA The little shelf tlms r formed may ba used for a short dis+ 1t DlJfEO IKKHI WAlIi BHE6F Jtnnca alohg a ivall orbetween two win 1 jdows for tie display of rare and hand sooie tilts of china ths pieces bclng protected by n handsome brass rail in front Such bits of decoration serve to r break upv what might otherwise be ebmewliat bare wall spaces and if in good taste are to be preferred to pictures which are less suitable for din ing room decoration than for any other room in tLe house Cincinnati Com inerchil Tribun t J Get In tie All and Sun The value of frfesh air and sunlightl xJimotje too fully appreciated as- n mennajofXkeepIns house healthy fr cheerful and it occupants in good cou CdiLlon or body anti mind says thei J 3I iladelpuia inquirer About twice p ear every well Ueitftbou3e undergoes icy that terrific convuJsIoU house cleaningj nookti iv AU this Bnally settles down with Tiie resultof the most delicious cleanliness and order Nbthlug cbufd itieli1oTe thorough th nthe ssmiannuai housecleaning nut sometimes itseems if thL cyclonic rush of water air thrttI sun were divided lip nnd more evenly throughout th 4 vrbuld prob bly get more mstrlbutC1II ez4nnd object to It less In 2loo ninny houses are turned eQutat house cleaning time Sthen not aired and sunned enough brcughpnt the rest of the year 9ry 4L15I ktJg iare if on tjtiy bee ift the gelsLaxative BromoQiihsine riis WN c r r r i i1II = ft Happenings Among the County People II as Reported by out Correspondents 9i l Pulliam ft rWja are having another dry vicinityStMurry Gordon is on the sick list v ThE members of Rockbridge burch are going to surprise their worthy old pastor Rev R Sale Ayith a new buggy Little Wade Foster a son of 0 P Foster was hurt very badly SUQday by falling from a horse Bonnie Keeling of Tatham Springs is on the sick list There i neighISunday morning at her home near Willisburg t Mrs Bell Wilham 01 Antioch has fallen sick for several weeks and sorryto say that the disease finally wen to her brain She was taken to the Lexington Asylum Monday Augus 17 Elder H P Hatc1iad Rev B F Adkins closed a revival meeting Sunday morning Bt Pleas LOt Grove Baptist chutcb As a result of this meeting there were 18 baptised in the watus of Chaplin riverat Tatham Springs J N Gordon and wife were the uests of Murry Gordon Sunday Mr Gus Johnson and wife spent Sunday afternoon at Tatham Spring JN Gordon will begin a sngin school at the Indepen dent school house Saturday August 29- Tt m Jenkins and family of Pol in were the guests of his brother Chris Jenkins Saturday and Sunday FENW1CIj Arznal Walston bought a Iioue and lot from Dink Ruby for475W Logsdon has returned home from Lakeland Miss Verna Walton of Leba non Junction is visiting her father at this place Mrs J C barmoh of Mack vllle vsited her parents here Monday Miss Kizzie Harmon is visiting hor sister Mr Arch Harmon at Stewartsville JOI Smith of Memphis Tenn jsat home on a visit Miss Mary Tewmey of Macomb Ill is visiting relatives near this place Lev Fenwick of Adair III iis in cur commur ity this week Mrs C T and Misses Jennie Annie Myit Lena and Lizzie Logsdon spent Saturday with l the family of W G Adams Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson visited the family of Dies Lan ham at Canar Sunday Frank Anderson called on his best guil at Lebanoi Sun lay Miss Margaret Yase was at home Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of our people attended the musical entertain merit given by the Misses Rogers Saturday night All report an enjojable time Mackviiie neediDgrain The sick in town are reported cjnvaescent Mr Thomas Cloyd has been 6verallIMrs Will Leachman of Bloom field spent last Sunday with her inoher Mrs Fannie Thompson at tbe Hotel Mis Lizzie Parker returned tto her home in Louisville this week after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mr Joe Mare rf Carlisle is1 the guest of his brother Saintror a few days He has several old acquainancfes at this placeIMiss MallJoRichardson left for Cynthiana where she will visit v r h gertore returnirg tto her home at jonioe City Indiana thMissford wlilairive Satprday to isit arson11ge ville this week where she will attend tt school for sometime foTheBaptist church is in progress this week and large crowds are iin attendance daily Rev Wm Wood of Harrodsburg is conducting the services He is a forcible tnd able speaker MclINTIRC Everything is looking very dry and burnt up we are needing ram very bad eQuitepicnic at Man ton Saturday Mr Ike Thurman was in this s itectionmules of the followinr parties two of Rot McIntyre at 90 eacb one of J Hill 75 and one of Tine Cecil 85 David Graves bought a horse of T E Ballard for 150 Mis FlaseCte Cecil of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs nPlinJMisstives at this writingtMr and Mrs Robert BlaodfOrd and little babe are visiting the formers mother and other relatives Miss around Katie herejj sister are parents Mr and Mrs Robert Montgomery Miss Lillie Nalley is visiting relatives near here Everyone is anticipating a jjollY time at the fair this weed r The renovation of St Rose church has been begun Mr Bn Gates and wife are egingSimms place near here Miss Hattie Blandford began school near Springfield Monday Mr Marin Spalding is on the sick list also Mrs Ann Hill MOORES7ILLE Quite a crowd of our people attended county court at Spring field Jast Monday Borr August 28 to the wife off J K William a 12 pound boy Mr Jas Truax arid daughter May are quite sick with malarial tj fever Richard Smith is im proving slowly from an attack of typhoid fever las Dodson aged about 20 yf ars made an attempt last Saturday to commit criminal assauli uppn Alice Bodine a deaf atidt dumb woman wife of John Bo dine but w is frightened away before he committed the crime He was taken to BloomHcId thence to Bardstown and lodged in jail Both partie are colored There seems to be a great d al lof sickness in our midst at pent js A man was seen on the streets of Moorasville early Tuesday morning with a gun on bis shoulder looking for SOneOt e tiji shot but as he did not shoot of course no burrs was done We will give no name unless this cc curs again wont the people have a IOh week old time going t3 the fair September is the monih lo buy you fall trees W O Ellis rep represents a reliable nursery and ghphime Booker Ky II took a trip up what is known as Hal lam branch one day last week and found tobacco looking all O Kand the men seem tj be happy Now if they had a R F U their hap iness would be andIlCutting AAAAAAAAAAA l tl Relieves Lnstaiitly IF Catarrhz Sore Chest Frost BiteslAnd all Soreness of the Skin and Muscles 26c SOc 100 BottlBf All Druggistsl For Sale by G J Haydcr M1 q4ntbe nexttwo Teeks Maud has a new butjcber shop Louis Uirsch andJas Bishop ere e proprietors They furnish fresh meat every Tuesday and Friday We wish them succes Hillsboro tErastus Trent bought a calf r Mrs Nancy Scott lot 11thMiss Lizzie Williams cf Bloomfieln is spending the week with Miss Katie Ballarda tWaly oisitedSaturday and Sunday Z P Leachman has returned fro a visit tto his son W T Let hmnn at Bloomfield Mr L2achman says that his son Will has abandoned the idea ot removing to Illinois and will re mamat Bloomfield Miss Myrtle Barne who has been visrting relatives at Perry ville for several days has return ed and is spenling a few diys with the family of F M Shtw maker She will leave for her home in Frankfort hid Wednesday accompanied by her cousin Miss Reoa Shewmaker Mrs W E Sutherland and Miss Lizzie Williams spent Wed night with the family of S Inman Jas Coulter has a stalk of corn that grew on his farm this year Jhat measures 16 fee It is 12 ffeet to the ear Now this may appear a little too large but it is vouched fur by all who have measured it We would like to know If any of toe raaders of the NEWSLE YDER can beat it Another Democratic voter has arrived in the Kelly shop district but it will be 21 years before he can voe tie made his first appearance at the home of Lee Settles early Wednesday morn- ingl While playing ball Sunday Lee Settles steppedon a sbarp snag inflicting a very paintul wounJ Though it not regarded as serious it is like ly to be sometime before fie can walk on his foot Danciae apple peelings and jocialS seem to be the order of the dattt any rate it is said that several tripped the lightt fantastic andskill lose tneir church standing and it is whisperer tthat some have lost their Holiness or SAnctification Rev W Ezra Sutherland preached to a large crowd at Texas Sunday His subject WuSI The riyer Jordan Capt Settles and Chas Mcll voy spent Saturday and Sunday with the family qf R G Wil liams at Bloomtieid Chas tookI thet occasion to 43all on his test iirl vhi e there Tte Captain says be will roiurn in the near futuie We may guess the c auseJohnGillespieafterc an extended visit to friends in dif Jerent parts has returned to Mr BJI Mcllvoyd where he is mak ng his home We kindly request al wi h news of in eresi 10 furnsh u Aith the slIme not later than Sunday evening so we can send it in with our letter which WP dhl gludy do and the editor is ready to puNish all that will be of inter si to his readers But friends avoid so many jokes for they are no good to the pip r The success d ourollletter lo a g eat extent depends upon jpj The coriesp ndent is willing 10 do the writing if you will ntsisi in getting up the news and i will then be more interes ing to II1 Doni forget when in town lo call and subscribe for the jpa- per and then you will get the news without having to borro one A movement is on hand to pul the roads in this conmunity in better condition C W Oder has uready begun work on the road by the church and he is putt ng it in fine shape and when finished will be iu excellent condition for taveling On ttbe Ma es cr eh loal we haye 22 to the mile and tbe people are tilking of suppli m nting this and it tley do we wilt have a good road We trust they will no take it all out in tulle Our boyscrosed bats Saturday evening with tim Fenwick boys on tne latters mound r but is they got u late start only six Iin nings were played as a Fame A large cr wd wasonhand to cheerj the Fenvv ick boys ut it was soon learned thai trey hpdpo need to cheer for our IQ s wcrelieachingi hem riow to play b li Almost 5a every tine they took the field ttiey pit a tew pitcher in the box only to be battedf away by tlourboy They will cross bats Iat Lilhisboro Saturday weetr T e Score was 22 to 15in our favor A MAGIC KETTLE Hovr You Slay Make Water Doll In a Paper Receptacle It takes 212 degrees of heat to make water bon That Is a good deal of heat and the receptacle that holds the water gets pretty hot before the ptpnm and bubbles conic Yet you can boll vater in paper If you go about It e right way If you vant to prove this and try the experiment here Is the way to do It One end of a heavy wire Is bent Into ring the other end Into a spiral just he size ota candle Slip the spiral ver the fnndledrlc In a pin under lay on the ring a disk of stout pa TttBpAPEK BOILER per considerably larger and press It down into a bowl shape Fill 4be bowl with water to a little above the wire and light the candle the water1 will be heated until it bolls but the paper will not catch fire even If the tip ot the flame touches it The heat is ear IThethe water must rise above tbe ringjQueer Neighbor In a John Widgeon the field tthe Maryland Academy of Sciences says that birds and reptiles sometimes live In close proximity to each other Several years ago while exploring Kent island I ventured up a forty foot hickory tree to inspect a large fish hawks nest When almost to the nest was surprised to see an enormous black snake wrapped around tilL heavy nestISThe snake although at such an unusu notrlose its presence of mind but dropped gracefully from limb to limb until It reached the ground ContInuing to till nest I found a large family ot field mice Above this was a nest full of lit tie sparrows and upon the top of the hawks nest there were three young hawks just hatching A Favorite Game For Children The German band is often n favorite wltli children The bn n greatI formed by every one assembling In line the lender standing on n chair and giving the signal for a start TIe different Instrument are then Imitated with more or less skill each performer taking for his model the conductor First an imitation of the drumnier may be given followed by the trombone or cymbals then we have the triangle clarinet fife French horn and bass viol Precision Is the point to be elmer at by all the Instrumentalists Laggards are punished with forfeits to meet the case lion High Bird Ely Those interested in the ways of feathered folk are still discussing the question of how high blrtls fly Again and again balloons have been sent out to ascertnjn this and several German aeronauts have collected valuable formation At present It is belIever tool the average height of bird tracks through the air Is about 1300 feet above the earth though occasion ally they have been discovered at an elevation of from 0000 to 7000 feet An Experiment Take three bowls and stand them In a row In the bowl nt one end put as hot water as your hand can bear In the one at the other end put Ice water in the middle bowl lukewarm water Now hold your right hand In the hot water and your left hand in the cold say for n minute or more then sudden ly place both hands In the lukewarm water and notice the effect If the one tested Is blindfolded a good deal of amusement will follow Lesson In Dlrlalon Dicky said his mother whon you divided those five caramels with your elstor did you give her three No ma thought they wouldntt rcme out even so ate one fore be ran to divide Great Spin Thcurh were sleepy as a eat saiJrcare a nap In any rlveribcd And though were so starved scare Had strength enough to stand Id bog throne nil the valley ore = sought a table land Rut oh what Jolly times 14 have Id play and never step If could only take n string And spin mountain iou Independent Educated Women ns Slathers fathers whoso children despise them are themselves to blame fur the senti meat ton those women are the old style servant wives and mothers The type Is today of course largely In the mr jorlty owing mainly to the enormous hordes of Kuropoun peasants that 1111 country bailors even In higher caste families this degrading view of the place of mother obtains Happily tin hundreds of young women graduating annually from colleges are not only so many hundred brands snatched from the burning of ignorant and motherhood but the influence sutfeLlngI considerable number of self mentally awakened women incalculable It will eventually lessen Ieen the inert mass of peasant motherS hood to the Joy of the seives and the benefit of their offspring iVogue i TTiIDayIMOton base sold la past 13 Booths Thisupature dCISevea rI1N enu 1liitili i iti i44gjitiili liiti li 1iIiUi i ij6W I I The Farmerss SSupply i louse i1I r41 0F f l tr0 11 I THOMPSON GREEN 1 = P2sawitoget Itf I tI I FIELD SEES 1 ftj n Of iilI Iii 1 ds Agents for OLD RIOKORY WAGONSiancl- forf the Belebrated fiif g ELLWOOD STEEL wmEFENe S Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade is beginmifgto 5 arrive and is more elabOrate than ever i COAL in any Quantity at Lowest PriceA 0 K f THOMPSON GliEESV f iIBiliousDizzy Headache Pain yourlliverl I vegetableSold IWant your moustache or beard jDYEjarty THE ATHLETES HEART Iu tr Uovrlnc Man It I Strong and IVell Developed A prominent uiciuber of the faculty of the Uiilvenlty of Pennsylvania Med ical school has made a study of tine heart action of athletes He has amined large number of men In ath letics especially rowing men and lie has conic to the conclusion that no man In perfect health who has been properly trained Is injured by rowing but that on the contrary his heart is so strengthened that with a mSdcrate amount of exercise after be lies tenIed hilt rawing career there is uo son so far as the heart and lungs are concerned that he should not live to a very old age veryjelienteU If it is well developed it will stand an enormous amount of strain without any permanent Injury but If it ISnot well developed It Is very easily weak ened Violent exercise HJse rowing phices a great deal of strain on the heart because when tbe body is being exerted it requires so much more pressure to force the blood through the body lAke any other muscle that is worked the heart under the added bor becomes larger and most athletes have extra large hearts just as they also have larger muscles throughout the body hearttsuddenlybut not more muscular and that is the danger in athletics If a man exercises gradually then his heart also Increases In size gradually because the muscles become larger nnd this fs a perfectly normal condition It simply means that tine athlete Las a stronger heart than the vcragc anti can cope with the extra ctraln that Is put upon it A wan needs a larger heart to row a race and It gradual exercise has so provided him with one then he can safely undergo the most severe tests It is the sense way with the lungs and they must be developed gradually until they can undertake the estra work A man with Ws heart qud lungs well developed is in no danger no mitt ter Low hard the race He may com pletely keel over at the end of the race but it will likely bo from sheer exhaus tion and his heart is so strong that the effect Is not at all Injurious He will be as good as ever In a few moments Philadelphia Uccovd v APHORISMS The heart gets weary but never gets old Shenstone The only way to have a friend is to be oneEmerson What we learn with pleasure we ne r er forget Mercler Opposition Inflames the enthusiast never converts him Schiller True merit is like n riverthe deeper It is the less noise it makesHaziitt- The eye of the master will do tao work than both of Isis hands FrunU llu Experience takes dreadfully lifgh school wages but he teaches like uo other Curlyle Kindness is tine only charm penult led to the aged it is the coquetry of white hah3 Feulllet- If we had no failings ourselves we should not take so touch pleasure in finding out those of others4tochefo a could Cash Before Fame Why dont you try to write your name on the scroll of fame My frlpud said Senator Sorghum very earnestly I have never yet seen anybody fearing leaflets out of tile of fame nnd getting themcashed at the bank Philadelphia Inquirer v An Amateur i Young Btldeisn so nervous ImI dually unking Matrimonial Veteranyoull get It dear why when I first begun I tins married I thought should never step having altar frTgbt Baltlmord AmerI m m m ro t fr CAMPAIGN MQNEYH Taken in exchange for anything Oinchine We will not dispcse1t- atall But we have over r 300000 SHINGLES That we must sell by th oyem ber election and nowis thfe time to get a good cash bargain b t SpringfTeFd Lumber G i c HOW MANY HANDS dipintobefore you buy jt LionCoffee comes in sealed airtight pa6kagcsnoc- hance for handling or dirt or things to get in Clean Fresh ui FrafranL I r = CARE OF THE HAIR Dont brush the Inlr only Bnisn scalp utitiilt glows Dont think that you must not bre the hair because It Is tnll gout Dont went the hair always In the same style A change ofinode la bone tidal Dont brush the hair roughly Let the inotiou of tine ban be light ti gentle V Dont brush the hall in any other dl rcctiou thta the way In jrhlch It 1As1 than once a month Too frequent waJ log makes It thy Dont tie the hair or colt Or twist Jt In any way tightly Tints tftrafcw the roots of the hair and Is Ver lhjurlous Dont use many nnirplna If eacb pin is made to do its duty and the hair ijlnswillDont use too much soap botaXOf soda when taking a shampoo SubstlI tute yolk of egg If the halr is naturall ly 1Donwshing it r is danger rbI5thetoweis Onion Soirp wff I ttastyt Isp boiling water stlrrlds until IC Is smooth Have ready tbrea Mfntoes boiled and mqsbed and ncldHOjtbera a quart of milk Just scalded rutthe potato and onion mixtures toethcfj Let It get very bet anti pass hr6u- a strainer into thetureO whilcc should also be heated Sprinkle the ton little itarsTey chopped flnt and a few crtutdtitWb1flgtOfl Star Ilia Eajl Memory dai I suppose alil the condoling neigh j her that you will erect handsome monument to yoUy husbands ory meml TaMs memory I1 echoes the tearful widow Why poor John hadnt any clotheIi full gI letters I hfidfilvenbiBi to iBall j ff + r MagpieThe lagers bulkyil plunder it Isl y no means an easy mat ter but when drcumstances oblige the ple to build in a low bush orheilge nn absence otiotty trees being a marked feature of soink north ra JocalUle he not only Interlaces his home btalso the entlrq bush In a most formida ble Banner Nor does he stop here Te male ssnrance doubleJ sure he task 16ns a taetns pf eiiiaiiwell as entrance to the castle so that if disturbed lie can clip ouT by1 isis Bad door HltwOre A TryIiiigPtfea Clnbberly Whafs the waiter ts fb1t widow Ire seen you jrith trou bfng YOnh CastletonjHTea on iny nerves Icant makei4gsy mind whether she Ir notDetro1tb shnartlIe eff WannnoLcvonderifclabsky will reciie foruie at my little1 party this evening T DnnnpIle will unif yea know souse cs yet nndlscoveriSiiVmy to pr 1dfQnt him Baltimore American tnlA German authority has recently announced tIre discovery of a tree In the forests of central India whicb has meet 0hthe tree are of a highly ensitlvi ju ture and soj fullLof el ctriclty that whoever touches one or tfiem receives vesfngtlatwill influence it at u distance of eves seventy feej Tine electrical itrenirtjr of the tree1 varies according to tfce tfme of day Jt being Btrongest at mM day and weijkest at midnight In Vet vsvather Its powers disappear altogetli riMI0 Coa1wbattree b19P JhurchlEt rifnt1stbe1trry t b1ml 1 Ash 24 What Is the mOlfti Jab tiJy tree Plan tIt dreadsfBlrelCWhat Is tine tree tavebody Ukes J Poplar What is tbe tree tba11an4s attrett the sea Beech Y 0 nowt1IAre Iizitttiseanrilt 1lyouyror4erfjjl l trick d a7uilntLn Ctili iwcka rs YOI awtlslJr UriA witsplay Wttle t II Weary R4 alit el yoi the vat toworl4 something foaba1SckThoug7WsItthapeIs rgth o4 iittik 4Toiitklck ethitqwmanDo 1oacthissr bSesIiI t aue4glittleAd tkwiMs 1IIuta wLes5I LAzi4 oar ry aX 51 ylrDOaomcthJnc1cr om W3dy quick O DR T i I BURTON t1 i iNllla1DENT DENTIST a P f jw- J lllOUT I ii PAINt3p QIiINI iagaatBloetc a rA r lfG fjD i gjJU dental Work Strictly H Firatclass rijt J H LAMPTON kt fl 4 t ti OFEIOIl htxoye f t 1DI g J S OOI a PILINc FIELD KY = J llIGBTpr Bin barts for r oltcel over Peoples BwVOfflceliodrs 12 to2pme s faW71t if fJ J rAtTORNEy =AT r LAW ruj lsge ever PeopleaBank- rJtq 1 t gRING IELD Y 4 lAvoid the Ram Habit Jjf tbereJIf 9ne lesson more than anr kirtlu Atnedfcana aDd especially 4 lz women need to iiarn andu sauce It la to make baste slowly Hurry fat niost destructive dt our national habits It is thechl cause n tiMtk al disease netvous prostra tTola and one ot the principal allies worryslwayaSoborougUness The woman who hur rles cannot have her b art In Lee work Rytt1e Housekeepr Thinking con gtantly of what Is to be done next thetas of the present is alighted by bar mthefuturelPal the subterfuge of the iajzy A man or womB who is lazy at heart often bur riesto makea pretense of working and detract attention from real idleness JUttle tiuw Jg required to compute the results achieved by the person who buttiea breathlessly about with nerves Hnstron and putting everyone within kearlag In the same condition Miller sad Grain Expert i Wss iSallle Freishler a seventeen year eld girl whose home Is oh the operatesanelghborlnstfarmers has managed entirely alone ouljrcall heavyfondr The JoVat7good averages 2000 pounds dally Miss Sallle has also won reputation as a gram expert being able Jo esthnate the yield of rye while It Is in the field and qualitiesof bargainsIJto bee own correspondence Her mill was In existence at tale time of the Devolution and it is said that Wash logtohf soldiers slept within Its walls fand ate bread made of the flour it ground It was owned by Miss Salllea grandfather being Inherited by h9II Wencetohert The Twentieth Ccatnry Woman the tventleth century woman has become a distinctive type apart from her type InV all ages It is simply as- a teal thing slowly taking shape and form out fthe half limited features of an Ideal What poets and painters a have dreamed anQl sung about her the vjomnn herself has brought into living breuthtng existence She Is neither better nor worse than of old She is more developed more rounded more complete Jut only because she knows a + more of the art of tightly putting her IO self toother and of making a perfect andbAAuUful whole out of the parts ofl her nature which up to fbe present horiRowp RcJCfeli Brew j HoT niinythousekeepers are aware of the economic art of refreshing bread and Hke tint are a bit stale and hard by the simple device of baking n sec and time ends of loaves bakers rolls that have been leftover fora couple of days and pound or cup cake that has lostits first pristine exceltetice sbouU be passed with the swiftest movement through a pair of pure cold water and then put In the x ven to recuperate Andar these odds and ends will recuperate iin most wonderful fashion and be twice as digestible for their rejuvenating ex 1 perlence When not dipped in pcakebake asecond time r i i s r Vonianl a Jlan Make Her A toast to the true woman whether r BMe healthistay close to her Joy draw near to her fortune find what yon can dp for her folldW her footsteps the wide wort 41over and keep her husband always herC Serer The woman is what the man makes her Let the man learn the art of moldingMies Burton Kingsland in New York W6tld J a Clioolaq a Hat 3 Dont choose a Mt without due dell b 111 eration The vfInebif a becoming one cannot be culciriflted It is the article of attire more that any other wblc- brings out the good pouts or accentu sates the bad oneJWDot only of eyes and uahv but of complexion and the shape I IrthIireottan aril forgiven 4 r fatlj 1T s EMULSION because itstands so cse fozapeliect nutriti n 1f ryfet i e the rector o- fI eiying new lathe tiftsfces especiaUjr iott enerve its action is that j a medicine SCOTT SwdferfoeMMk BOWNE t Utj ors tmA Strut NewYotk Sotaitoo Ug4t j f0mH v HHHwwai5ai1iiii HHHHHWW Local Haft I lrlaterestiThe FrMhtst ned Latest rijIA iJ rfoHIrF rlalid t t ahd cti iit Itancee4h rHTtBFil The fortyflrst annual fair of tie Washington tfctfnty Fai Co is in full bYaabwithevery tthingi favorable to a most sue ccssful meeting in every respect Nearly every talkin ihe table5 is occujiiedttnd some of the firiect Horses in the state arej the grounds ready to take part ini the contests encteaseful First Day the fair h ever had and the display of n articles of ladies manufac tureand country p produce wa- ronpupcedthe s P finest ever seen on the grounds This is proba Sly due to itlie fact that the asso elationi has provided a FloralI r tealtiorthet nsV bf this display and has besidesi rayised and added to the premium Mist The ladeshave taken great interes in this departmentJ oFridayjiJtschpoli childin will be admitted free of charge On that day CoU Morris B Belknap Republican candidate for Governor will be a guest of the fair On Saturday Gov Beckham another d State officials are expected to be present These two last days with favorable weather snpuld bring out recordbreaking crowds School books exchanged at Wood Campbells Daily papers at Wood Campbells Drugstore v- Buy your fruit jars and your sugar from Joseph A Shader Pure soda water not milk diluted served with shaved ice at seph A Shaders Nice fat hens eggs and choice frying chickens always on hand at Poultry House Word Campbell will take your subsc lion foi any paper or magazine published A new supply of bats balls masks mits and gloves very at Joseph A Shaders Mr P A Hilton of this county acid his farm consisting of23 acres to Mr Dave Thompson tor 450 FOR SALE Best store andI stand in Pulaski county Address DRUMMER McKinney Ky theIOcan be found He also keeps thejcoolest and freshest beer z The Springfield Graded School will open on the second Monday in September aK the old Hig School building Mr George Colvin has been appointed prin coal The suits and part of the equipment of the local military company have arrived and the boys have commenced drilling tabrart in the State encampment Pointin October J W Riedel has moved his saloon into the new Sear building adjoining his old stan where everything will be loan thdt old McKenna whiskey which i neat goods but not new i FARM FOR SALE One of the bestf arms in Washington counfy for fTeA Contains about 400 acres For further information inquire of n hH R THOMPSON r v Springfield Ky Messrs Bsh F and John F SimmsbpughtMonday ofW P Hays 25 head of mules at 85 per head The fame firm also sold toJD Simms Spnjs of Lou isiana three mules at 187 each MrJ C Siier has returned from Garrard county where purchased two high class horses Mr Slier iiK in theTntrket f good horses and any owe wit ohrhr ay such will do Well tQseiim before selling The members of thaPrin Q fteldhop club have arranged toA gibe their regular annum fair iI TOPICS r op at the Opera House on Fri day evening Saxons orchest will furnish the music and iit thre dance will fce a nice affair The Nelson County Fair at Bardetown Ky Sept 1 2 3 4 evesr and as it has always been great this means a Fair that everybody wants to see So the many readers of the NEWS LEADER will make their arrangements go asMrp Delila Edgerton wife of Andy Edgerton died here last Saturday ofoldage Tha was 73 years old and had bee an invalid for years Sbe and her husband have been in desti tute circumstances for years and fondIto defray funeral expenses The remains were interred at St Rose A man of very good appearance who claims to have been scant to the penitentiary and was ieitencei to be hung for a mur der which ha did not commit was on the street Monday He was pardoned just in time and he is now going about telling all about it but incidentally he sells a little book for a quarter that tells more He did a good business here Mr James L Cochran at the joint sale of Mrs Susan C Mayes and Mr Cochran to take place on Sept 28 see advertisement on first page will offer for sale his fine brood mare and three of her colts This is one of the finest mares in the county and her col countyfairsblue ribbon The colts are all by celebrated sires and are finS individuals Auctioneer Sam M Campbell reports the following sales mad on the streets on county court day by lhim Cow and calf 2350 same 19 same 28 three yearling cattle at 17 90 each two same at 1460 one boar 475 12 shoats 295 sow at 4t cAn per pound six sows at 440 each three twoyeir old mule 60 69and 78 a combined mare for p75 a farm mare for 80 a four year old mare 52 old horse 14 50 plug mare i3 plug mare 27 A patent medicine fakir who under pretense of selling medicine works a slick swindling game struck the town Monday and in a short time was tilling his pockets with good dollars from a crowd of suckers whom he had deluded into the belief that they were about to get some thing for rothing Marshall John Grace who caught on tto the game gave the fellow a bit of advice ana he decided to shake the town He had paid for the thhe fair this week but the officials of the fair ancelled tnat contract as soon as the fellow had shown his hand rThe will of Charles Clements a well known old colored citizen of the town who died at his home here last week was probated iin the county court Monday Tha will is a short one and recites that after all of the funeral expenses and just debts of the de balancey of bde dloved friend John Y Mayes Uncle Charliobelonged to t whitsthere are unfortunately only a few left He was thoroughly upright and hocest and was a respected citizen His property consists mainly ofa house and lotion High street Tor Sale My farm on Bloomfield pike at Valley Hill railroad station 1411 acres productive lime stone land J Good dwelling extra good stock barn large new tobacco barn and never failing water for stock fi well at house and barn Pri and terms reasonable Also have option on several other farms f sale hPJ G MANSFIELD 8t Springfield K hrFor Rent Room formerly occupied b Postoffice alEe room on next floor above Fire light anda water furnished Inquire at PeoplesDeapk T 1TTH MICH RJ WLC IfiITr i Having tried all other came dies will you continue to suffer through false pride Dont Be Foolish sapraones vitality and brings about a general nervous break down Let Reline Hcaiute bl Btnioili the Cme Save your Eyes and nerJ vous energy C F RUSSELL i KytoJ PEReNA t LouisvilledcountynMr John T Craycroft after a two weeks visit to relatives here has returned to Chicago via Cincinnati Mr W M Durrett is quite ill at his home near town Miss Aline Smith of Bards town is a guest of the Misses Simms this week W H sail J L Wharton Jr were in Lebanon Tuesday on business Miss Margaret Hagan has been called home by the illness of her brother Kelly Hagan Mrs M H Jones who has been visiting relatives near Sbel byville has returned home Congressman H Smith attended the fair here Wednesday Mr and Mrs John McChord were over Sunday James L Wharton of Louisville is visiting his parents here this week isMiss Rebecca McElroy gave an elegant reception at her 1home in Lebanon last Friday evening Among the young people from this place who attended were the following Misses Mary Lewis andLydia McElroy Messrs O F Wharton CunninghameJ V Spalding Dr Hord W H Wharton George Robertson Ben Medley W O Reed and W D Claybrooke isMiss Blanch Griffin of Perry ville is a guest of the Misses Browne this week Mr and Mrs Russell Thorn p son of LaGrange are visiting relatives here this week 0Mr Oscar L Waters who is now assistant afent of the L N at Pittsburgh is taking in the fair here this week K issBettie Irvine has returned home from a visit to friends in Boyle county Miss Jennie Claybrooke is at home again after a visit to friends at Versailles 1Miss Sadie Mares has returned from an extended visit in Cat lettsburgMr N Litsey of Chicago is visiting tne family of Mr Horace Litsey his father in the country Messrs Willie Hoskins Em met Chandler Ed Moss Camp bellsville Misses begonia Mack in Emma Heckleman and Annie Wathen visited Miss Rebecca McWhorter Sunday Miss Fannie Hoskins of Camp bellsville is visiting Mr and Mrs Chas McWhorter this week Mrs Bessio Cleveland of Ok lahoma is here on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke hhMiss Carrie Webb of Chicago who was a member of the gradu sting class at St Catherines in June after pleasant visits to friends in Stanford and Springfield has returned home Miss Webb is a young lady of charming personality and has many friends and ad miters in Springfield o Sale A farm of 425 acres situate near Booker station well watered cultivationn traccto suit purchaser This farm i tobacco0 land For price and other i formation call on or address YJO MANN Booker Ky TStrength and vigor come o good food duly digested Force readytoserve wheat and bar ley food adds no harries but sustains nourishes invigorates y wu wwWw iyu WUwu ww W rW itiWW II E50c1 E The greatest line of them ever shown g ij In Springfield 33Nei T fvI Just received a nice lot of WHITE F VEST for young men E E I The latest styles in MENS HATS f3can always be found here F- Our IPrices ate Alfaysjight 3 We have a few bro en lots of j oj Shirts Shoes and Hats which we are E j selling at Bargain prices You should ij 3 see them j 1 ROBERTSON BROSUSpriDgiloid Ky I ItjJtJiiLiLJt ttJiJtiliJiilZutilV JiiliiLiJiiLi 3 1 Pnblic Sale of Lane Sf Personal Property 1 As executor of the will of Martin Simpsen deceased beginning at 2 oclock pm on TUESDAY SEPT 35 1903 on the premises 1 will offer for sale to the highest and best bid der the farm owned by said Simpson at the time of his death situated about 21 miles from Springfield on the St Rose and Lebanon turnpike in Washington county Kentucky and also at the same time and place I will offer fjr sale to the highest and best bidder all the personal property owned by said Simpson at the time of his death co sttrg of cattle horses hogs sbeep farming implements old and new corn hay c The farm consists Of about 200 acres of land about 60 acres of which is as fine Cartright Creek bottom land as there is in Washington county and all of said land is well improved and in a high state of cultivation TERMS The personal property will be sold for sums of 10 and under cash over 10 oa a credit of 6 months note to be executed with approved personal security and bearing 0 per cent interest from date The land will be sold onefourth cash in band and thebalance in one two and tbroe years with interest from date payable annually and said deferred payments to be secured by lien retained upon the land with stipulation to the effect that If either of said notes or interest is not paid at maturity then all the unpaid purchase money and interest shall immed iately become due and payable Possession of the farm will be given on or before January 1st and the deed will be executed cash payment must be made and notes executed for the deferred payments when possession is given and parties expecting to bid upon the land mu t be pre pared to execute bond for the performance of their contract on date ofsale ofICASTORIAI For Infants and Children ffciKMYi Han Always Btuebl Bears the Signature of For Sale Seven room residence on East Main Street Apply to tf H H HoRD NoticenAll persons having claims against the estate of N P Thompson deceased are notified to present same to me properly proven for settlement on or before September 1st 3903 ROBT M THOMPSON Administratord isNotice To Taxpayers sAll taxpayers of Washidgto- county are hereby notified that nopdue and prompt settlement o same is requested Also all per sons owing back taxes will take notice tha if same are not set profceededagalnstbt law BYRON ejpAKE Sheriff o Washingtori County tt Ketfol Dyspepsia Cur Ib VAHl M11 HR H HOQ- oDENTISTiOFFICRnmuaT BWo8Iltw Permanently located SPRINGFI LD KY CULINARY CONCfefTS Cover a custard while cooling and a thick skin will not form on top Use hot water Instead of milk to this the eggs in an omelet It makes it more tender Young white onions are very nice cooked in boiling water sliced and served on buttered toast like aspara gus The familiar cold boiled egg salad Is greatly improved by the addition of a few spilt sardines sari a bed of watt creases If a fork is used turning meat the jJuice will run out Always be careful to keep the outside sealed if you want It tender If boiled or roasted meat which is to be served cold Is wrapped In a napkin wrung out of cold water before being put away it will be moist and tender- A French batter for frying Vegta bles is made by moistening a little flour vlth water adding a good pinch of salt two teaspoonfuls of olive oil and the same of French brandy Peas should be washed in the pods to remove mildew and dirt Indeed the flavor and delicacy of peas are much Improved if the pods are soaked in cold water for some time before shelling Tired Feet A woman who has to stand a gOod deal while working around a hot kitchen cannot word to be careless in thecare of her feet Careful bathing should be followed by gentle rubbing of the tired feet soy chafed or rough cued spot that suggests an incipient corn should be rubbed with vaseline and the nails should be as carefully tended as those of the bands When the dress Iip changed after active kitchen work Is over the stockings should be changed too and bung up to air before they are put on again When the feet are very tired and burning they are much comforted by bathing In lukewarm water containing b little witch hazel While light and comfortable shoes should be worn about the house old and worn foot gear is certainly a mistake especially Ittlruu over or out of shape Rubber heel plates will he found a great comfort saving feet back and nerves A flat und or cushion about two Inches thick tp thud upon while Ironing or doing similar work will also be found restful Rural New Yorker Rocking Chairs and rvoa nuWomen with a propensity to fidget should cultivate the habit of sitting perfectly still in a chair with their hands loosely clasped in their lap A quiet reposeful manner is more to be desired than riches Fidgety women have nervous fingers which apparently must always be doing somethingplay lug with a chain worn around the neck beating a tattoo on the lap crumbling the bread at dinner or otherwise o cu pied in irritating the nerves of the on looker Such women should avoid a rocking chair as theY would the plague It otters too many opportunities to in dulge their restless habits Nervousness of this sort is sometimes due to ill health but frequently it is affectation The well poised woman has no fidgety tricks Tile cia lny Cupboard- A box or small cupboard containing a supply of cleaning fluids and materials will be found a source of comfort hi the household Amwonla gasoline and a small bottle of chloroform than which there la nothing better for clean ipg silk and delicate materials will do for liquids French qhjilk and pipeclay should be Included and this will suffice for all practical purposes althoug many people have their own favorite preparations which they will always hove oil band It goes without saying that the leaning cupboard should be aDIiaway A Tloic Witk Card Have somebody select a card from qn Ordinary pack and after looking of Iit place it on top of the pack Place the largenough benpa and laid aside a sealed envelope is shown to the audience and when opened the puliflThe small pasteboard box must be made in such a way that It can just hold the whole pack of cards Inside the cover paste a small piece of faxto which the Uppermost card W11stckl when the cover is put on the box When the box Is opened again this fcardinustbe removed secretly and hid den in the palm of the hand The envelope is empty Place th card behlndJt while you cut tieen velope open and pretend you pull a card out This tricky if well done la trFancy Groceries jf In addition to a reliable line of staple groceHf tthoselxtkrImy i Specialties iin Cues art E ttlesft Also have on hand fresh fruits and vegetable in season KIL E St TUTOBS JR 1 j THE COF2Nfef2 GROCBR i A aFair Fnrmsblngs 11 FroR IIMen Women aM dhuiaront tNor is the time for the t8x buyWash w and QPaistngs Outing Skirts 10 c We are offering 50c Silk Ginghams and Silk ThaneSj for 3e 1 Ginghamafoi5e25e 25c Lawns and Organdies for Lie 20c Lawns and Ginghams 12 I2e j 12c Plain arldLace Stripe Lawns 9cIiIi A nice assortment of Ladies Black MiseerBlueSkirts These goods are very popular and we are ma ing special prices on themto A I t on We are making he vYits in the price 1 OLCLOTHINGSuits I25O Suits fbraSO f 1000Suitsfor 6751 800 Suits for 500500 Suits for 300 f Dont miss seeing these Suits asagreat many of them are medium WINTERandSUMMER halftheirlJ tWe are offering our entire Stock at reduced prices to make room for an immense Fall and WintEx Stock 1always make Special pricesj to iWe CKSHBUVERS i r 1YaTirs Very Respectfully t CnnmngtaC r Duncanjj If H y JOHN StMbEtROX i 7 l GENERAL INSURANCE A fiNffr i Lifef Rer and TornadoO- FFICE gftit j OVER PEOPLES BANK ite c During my absentg from offfce W For Grigsby GeorgeNeikirkwyllli att fired to any btik Jn for me J t You have it You doiit wjmt It na c ecsa TJ iiiTWasUflfton Letter t i The exeeetetion general a week afp M the President t wd 1Conr1nextraS iioIii October iMtead of wit MC Joe tbt pc TiowI jannounced I oMNGYm1r 9 has been dis MjMted bocus of the inability of OH amis of the subcorn joeiarceto draft a fi ttcial bill for consideration at F iim early date Alter spending i several days considering this i j vV subject at Senator Aldrichs iMOMat Providence the commit tistt to Oyster Bay and con 4 inid with the President but failed to arrive at any agreement havingwi I Mjicwplished the purpose for tjkitaet Mr Roosevelt has f teJeVtbe members of the commit t 1i that not oly oustthey agree ipot a flnasarg they can all eartUysppori but they must i 5fcMM te assure him that their t WUwillre eiya at least reason M auppoft In the House and 0 N frikmtt is thislatter requirement titis now regarded as likely Wn that BOvfiiMuacUi measure will be tKegfre the regular JiOI1a it is even possible that none will be adopted then The facts are that Senator Al drlch desires to see lehacted a measure substantially along the 4tlirs of h iS bill of ins t session 1 wSereby tbE Secretary of the reasury will be authorized to 4 eeptstate county and munici frji ond as security for federal 4j ii dfeposils This would have the feolfof releasing large num 4 3 berof United States bonds which Jb icpvldi tiibe used as collateral ii X for increased circulation and 4 3wuld further establish creditI Dbeyond question of such securi t rtfes as the Secretary mighttso ao l j ceptv It would notboweverinJ J Jbt1Jthe President and many others twhohave studied the subject asj essential Other members of theI 3 subcommittee cannot be brought B to regard the Aldrich scheme aSI 4 altogether desirable and many PL members of the House including SV the Speaker to be are inequivp nopIi JiasQveral times recently stated JIJ ttiat would not oppose the will Pt fa majority of thefiouse but it K listnote worthy that every time he tHall niade this statement he has t Itadded some reflection calculated to confirm the opposition of l V ajorityof bis colleagues it An interesting sUuatibr hasde J velcped injhe Pbrtoffice Depart f i Jtmentas a result of the urrent iV investigation It is learned that Postnyister GeneralPayne is de JP terrainjedfcrget rid of First 48fffi k s rstnt Postmaster General ri t Wynne whom Mr Payne charges i J with having given information to gPatlySJ enlarged the scpe of the inves rtlgatn and which reflected o- ntPayne and his original methods stigationti j nientof animffgindtion made i4 5 1 fliHy sensitive because of public iScriticism due entirely to Paynes fv rJPwp e rors Had H not been for Wynne there would never have A 4lten more than a perfunctory 4 1djnvestigatioD it iis true It was l Wynne who impressed upon the 4 PresIdent the necessity ofa t swe pinvestigation Neverthe 13Siii Wynne has always beenI + loyal to his faod only Pay nos lack of discernment and his persirtancein giving credence 0 j to Machen Beavers Hand and 1 It y r hIIILJcz V Fantastic f I stories have1 been written of J miigic mirrors in 1 which the future Ii was revealed If such a thing wereI jtewibie snanv n bright faced bride would sbrinkrom the revelation ot her IH1f stripped of her loveliness If there iia OBC thing which would make a fl Koma ibrink from marriage it is to see the rapid physical deterioration which cornea to so many wives The cause is geera11ydo womanly diseases IXMt SwalMi and lost comeliness are toredbytk use of Dr Piercea Fa write Pre cription It cures irregular- sty ad dries weakening drains ItMala iafiammation and ulceration and vesfe1e weakness tl ri rill Ute greateit pl aure that I tell wMt Dr 1ienC Uronte Prescription and =M eii Dtecorerr done tbr me Zam 1 aBs North feytan iKi1 J Therh done toe a tratMtffM fji4 female weakness for sIx = i lii freIobadIyIdideot sII De JtWkltldadvice I have yiietad will alwaya IAkAklIIa Jea to te puc1Ia off Jaoe Precriptio becanie of itsS1 esooJMtIq i 118MeIfllyi Pierees COOMBM Sense Miimgl Adnser paper covers is sent 11frweceiptot 2 ooecent stamps 1 to pay expense of mailing wx Or J3IlUmpiDrRV i Till Badly ShattercdN4r Tsand Weak Heart Top Nervous to Sleep or RestI- rfMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me waysIefromheredltuyor butitand regulates the hearts action enriches the bloodand improves the circulation It will build ou up liSt as it did Mr Crawford whose letter hollows lnd greatly improve yourceneral health benefitedbIDrMiles1irecommend them as the best remedies for cureWhenI weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered and my heart troubled mea treat deaL I had pain in my left arm and shoulder had difficulty In sleeping on spellsandJitateIsuffering great distress and was so restless nightordayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well happynowthemonetIspent CenterTexasdruggists sell and guarantee st bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddtuIDr that ilk against Wynnes advice resulted d in his severe criticism by the public paess Under these circumstancesi is not believed likoly that President Roosevelt will pay much atten lion to his Postmaster Generals petition for Wynnes removal When you want i physic that is mild prid gentle easy to take andcertain to actalwa3s use Chamberlains Stom ach and LivcrtTablets For sale by Haydons drugstore Eat All Yon Want Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eatjall they want if they vjll take Kodol Dyspepiia Cure this remedy prepares the stomach for The reception retention digestion an assimilation ot all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten and enables the difjefltive organs to transforn the same Into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by C J Haydoa Bafi Biiried Circuit Clerk B J Lancaster had the misfortune to lose a barn by tire last Sunday evening The barnwas on his farm on Hardins Creek neat Burksvmlll A little after 7 oclock Mr Tom A Mat tingly who lives on the place j while eatieg supper noticed a light in the barp whiph appeared as if some one was in the build lug with a lantern Going out to investigate he saw the light was caused by a plank on the ground which was on fire Almost im mediately upon his arrival there burst into full blast aDdjig nited some baled straw and oats in the barn Mr Mattingly n directed his attention to saving his buggy and wfiat else he could get out He succeeded in getting everything outexcept about 1500 or 2000 bundles of oats and a lot of baled straw His loss was about 75 Mr Lancasters loss on the building is 400 Neither carried any insurance Mr Lan caster in accounting for the cause of the fire is inclined to the the ory that the building was struck by lightning as tnere was some lightning late that afternoon Mr Joe Hamilton who lives about a mile and a tulf from Mr Lancasters place recently lost a barn by tire under almost the same circumstances Enterprise Not OrerFisc There Is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grasshopper but in he act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the man who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide his family with a bottle of hamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard against bowel complaints whose vie tims outnumber those of tho cyclone a hundred to one Thb remedy is eVery where recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicLae in use for these diseases For sale by Haydons drug tore To Cure Freckle Lemon juice enters into the composi lion of many preparations for the cure of freckles One part of Jamaica runt to two parts of lemon Juice is the fa vorite prescription of one beauty who finds that the rum tones up her skin while the lemon whitens it Equal parts of rpscwatcr and gly erin with enough lemon juice added toi make the face feel it is beneficial for freckles and also for sunburn London VVorktn WoeDIThere are at present twentyfive women inspectors in London appointed to look after the health of working women visit all places where they are em ploycdln numbers and attend to the in terests of tho public generally In mat ters appertaining to cleanliness and decency It is some ten years since wo molt were first appointed to this post thenjbqtHliaevr Mildew Is one of the most difficult of all stains to remove Rub well with brown soap then apply a paste of chalk and water afd put ihe statoed article In the hot sunshine After two or tires t appUcationa the mildew may be bliCbedL put MRS CLARE W GETTER Site Is Treasurer el a Railroad and a Capable OflcUt Mrs Clare Getter Iteasurer of the Kishatoquillas Valley railroad at Belleville Pa has cued the office suc cessfully for elghty arsandhas proved that a woman can be a capable And efficient officer of such a corpora- tIon She enjoys the unique dlstlnc lion of being one of two Tvomen in the wOrId who hold otQclal positions and take active part in the management of railway systems Mrs Getter is the wife of Dr JPGetter one of the original projectors of the road and its general manager since its completion in June 1893 She was one of the original stockholders and taking taniACtiv interest in Its success and wishing to assist her hum UBS GLADE W ouTran bind who had a largo practice in ad dition to his duties as a railroad man ager she early became acquainted with the details of the financial man agement nnd was elected treasurer All bills are sent direct tocher She pays the salaries of officers and men keeps the companys bankaccount and assists in making out the interstate commerce reports Her official sIgna- ture is Clare W Getter As a con sequence a great deal of mall matter comes to her addressed Mr Clare Wi Getter The most trying ordeal of her cpn nection with railroad management came tocher one day when in the absence of all the other officers of the specialtrnlnReedsvllle to Gibbdney Park was referred to her She quietly took her hands from a pan of dough which she was kneading In her kitchen gave the necessary orders looked after the detail of change in passing points so that there would be no error that might result in accident and resumed her baking Philadelphia Press Serving tke Table A few simple rules may be laid down for serving the table As a general rule the maid removes the largO service plates used under the soup plates at the somitimesremain on the table until the dessert is served so that the guests may always have plates before them The maid passes the larger dishes and plates by hand the smaller dishes holding olives bonbons and sugar being passed on a tray She serves all of the dishes from the left Tea coffee and beverages are served from the right The guest may never take the plate from the waitress but must permit her to place It on the table before him says the Philadelphia North American Finger bowls should be used only with fruit courses When the dish Isa bit out of the ordinary It Is quite the thing for the hostess to cause herself to be first served when she begins to eat thus demonstrating to the guests the proper way to cat it When the hostess Is not served first it is the rule to begin with the lady next to her on the right and begin with a different guest with each cburse so that no one shall be ways last The French always serve the host or hostess first a custom calculated to put the guests at ease For luncheon it is best to serve hot rolls tucked Into nap kins rather than bread on plates A popular Innovation Is the thin sandwich of bread and butter The Allowance Question Some women are violently opposed in theory to the allowance plan I dont want to be paid 20 or 50 a month by my husband as if I were an employee they say Marriage is a partnership I am one of the partners It Is true that my husband Is the working partner and that It Is convenient for us both that he should act as the cashier of the firm but I should no more think of stipulating for the payment of so much spending money a month than I should of stipulating for two cups of coffee at breakfast every momlng If I wanted 200 I should know that I could have It If It was there to have It on the other hand I bad no use for money at the time it would not worry me in the least not to get it Ina word I have too- mnih confidence ln mv husband and too much pride In my wVehood to clamor for a fixed allowance I didnt marry my husband to make money out of him anyway New York Tribune Siassebuztts Women The special report of the Massachu setts bureau of statistics rf labor on Sex In Industry shows that women no longer need to depend on men tor a living According to the flguceVwom ans emancipation Is about complete More than S3 per rent of the women workers of Massachusetts are unmarried They prefer freedom work and Income of their owii and care nothing for romance Divorces too have In creased being about one to every eight nnswersIspecial census tnk i One table shows 44 women engaged as hack driv ers teamsters etc 727 messengers and errand girls butchers 7 marble cutters 10 brick masons 245 photogra pliers and steam fitters besides nu merous other occupatipnsusually fillod by men More than 100000 are in fac proc1ccIAnUtoxJa In Diphtheria strength and quality dlpbtherInwhenday orthe disease and but rarely when on the second or third day Just as cer tajlnly when administered within even three days after exposure to a weftWill preve contracting the deadly dis eJe ease of BiiaolcJnna com r throat give aAutoxin at once ann in possibleharnjfbe diphtheria It wilt save life in n1t tynlne cases out of a hundred If it be diphtheria The foregoing statement is made by Dr A D Reynolds commis IonerotbeaJttiot Chicago In an offi cia publication I once Whjr knewkeJilaBtHrl7tcertain age worlds vineyards but a sturdy sup porter otherse fnndher widowed mother and family of younger chil jfren This feminine family pillar was- wonttb give a certain reply when the ancient question Why oYonnot marry w sput th rbY elderly busybodlcs There are always people obtuse and stupid enough to propound this silly conundrum The answer of my heroine invariably was I am de termincd not to marry until Ican sup port a husband In the styleto whlch he has been accustomed Womans Home Companion TJna e l Doors An English decorator notes tint doors which are Wot required for any redson for their usual purpose may be locked and utilized In decoration In old houses where the walls are thick they form deep recessed and by pIne tug four or five shelvesln these they are transformed into excellent bookshelves over or rather across which n handsome curtain may be drawn When the recess is not deep enough to accommodate books narrow enameled shelves will serve to fill with old china bricabrac and photos and the effect produced by these arrangements in general uncommonly good Your Finger Nails J Dont clip your finger noils with the scissors ue a good file Clipping causes the nails to become coarse and heavy and rough The genera rule in filing the nails is to have them follow the shape of the finger tip but a nar rower better effect can be obtained if they are left a irifle longer in the center They should be rounded of course never pointed Claws are no longer in vogue They never were in vogue with people of good taste and fine sensibili ties Too BInoh System Dont make of yourself a nurely do- mestIc machine Order system and cleanliness are of course Imperative in the well regulated home but dont be so dreadfully systematic that you keep the other members of your household In terror of violating some fixed rule Keep in touch with the world In har mony with your husband and children and It you have any ornamental accom plishments cultivate them and you will get from life the best it has to offer DaltttyXaneheon Cloth Luncheorrcloths may be used in various ways for small table covers as centers over cloths or on polished tables for luncheons such as fruit salad Dutch chafing dish or full course lunch eon Some of these cloths made of the oriental embroidery are very effective When a white and gold effect Is wished as in the horse chestnut or buckeye de- sIgn the gold thread is used The Kitchen Walls No one in these days thinks of pa- perIng or whitewashing a kitchen The walls should be oil painted In a flat finishthat Is without varnish and if It Is properly done they may be washed freely without injury to the surface There are also several pat ent wall coverings resembling light cloth that are put on like paper Blackhead It Is said that a lotion composed of two ounces each of rosewater alcohol and glycerin with one teaspoonful of borax Is a certain cure for black heads After bathing the face night and morning rub in with the hand In a woman a long narrow foot al ways shows high breeding and a BmtfH foot does not always appear desirable as tho exceedingly small ones mean a weak and submissive character Can you Inform me If there are any colleges for women in Germany some one asked the secretary of Berlin university No thank God was the reply There are more than fifty women drummers in the United States in the employ of commercial Houses Nine hours ileep at night and a brief nnp during the day Is a first class youth preaerrt HOUSEHOLD HINTS If the water Is blued when windows they will retain UI liancy longer and polish more clennlngI JJefore polishing knives board by the tire for knives polish much better on a warm board than on a cold one- During sickness It In a good plan to dispense with a counterpane using a sheet instead It Is not only lighter to handle but Is more easily washed To restore polish to the surface of marble make a paste with oxide of tin or putty powder and water Hub well In with a piece of rag then polish with clean rag- Vinegar should not be kept In a stone jar as the acid may affect the glazing and the vinegar bo rendered unwhole some Glass jars are the best vinegar receptacles Never rut down a carpet on a damp floor for this often result of hurry and impatience on the part of weary house cleaners la a frequent cause of carpet becoming moth eaten To stop a leak Ina gasplpe mix yellow soap null whiting to a stiff Itrtn paste with water then press well Intb the crack It will harden nnd will an swer temporarily as well as solder Dust File and Pestilence Sanitary science has wholly vindicated the lotto feminine fight with dust and files Masculine wit once made light of womans desperate determina lion to have no dust about but dust it is now known holds bacteria and bacteria are disease Not a pile of neglected dust In a house but has In it the possibilities of pestilence Time man who blows off dust where a woman would wipe It off and then safely dis pose of the dust is spreadjng germs broadcast When a fly alights on food Iti may at arty moment plant death there Often it does Every stable or vault which breeds flies breeds disease A house and particularly a kitchen so screened Jhat flies are few or none is by that much safer frpm disease jirjfl it is a light short illness which does not cost more than window screens Ex elude dust arid flies and a great raulti tudeof mysterious cases of infection especially among children will be prevented Keep a house scrupulously dusted and flylcss and the health of its inmates Is protected from a daily dan ger Philadelphia Press I J l wPT7 The Sdrnrcr Neck and a JteMe r The thin long drawn oft neck is indeed a trial A smooth round white neck Is really a very essential element In beautys make up To some girla a thin neck is really not a source of mis cry but to tim average girt who wears evening gowns and low collars it tan Tory important thing By perseverance and proper treatment the scraggy neck can be overcome and this treatment i3 massage In the absence of a profes sional operator one Jean carry out the simple movements with excellent re suits place the hands under the chin and press firmly but gently into the tissues making an upward rotary movement as far as the back of the Cars Repent this treatment for fifteen or twenty minutes every night before retiring The hands may be softened with some pure emolllcntjdurlng the manipulation The effect uPon the nina des is to deyelop them by increasing the blood supply They become firm full and elastic and they remain so Of course one should not as most women arc prone expect wonders wrought in a night or even a week The desired results requlrethne as ali as perse vcrance American Queen Avoid Mannerisms Little nervous mannerisms a lack of repose consciousness of ones clothes are all bad form and should be avoId- ed A girl should be taught to carefully dress herself and then think no more about it No touches to the hair or pulling on and off of gloves should be permitted after she has left her room For this early training which is Irk some at first she never ceases to be grateful when she grows older No one can make a good impression or talk agreeably If absorbed In ones own appearancei It is a mark of good breeding to never be conscious of ones clothes Oife often sees a girl in a street car drawing on gloves or adjusting a veil Even at the theater one frequently sees a girl buttoning her gloves rearranging a Jettfiili on her bodice or the ornaments ip h hair These self conscious manners in public arc bad form and detract from a womans charm Philadelphia North American Woman and Color Balzac once said that the way to gauge a womans character was by her choice of color and that nothing ex pressed character so much as clothes and he advised those in doubt as to how best they might reveal their in most selves by their choce of jgarb what garments and what tones they must wear For Instance If a Woman had a lively expression pale coloring red Ups and tawny hair and a round full neck she should place in her hair a crimson flower her dress should be of red tulle cut low to show the dazzling whiteness of her shoulders long floating sleeves of tulle which hould half conceal half reveal her snowy arms and a belt of redmoire to en cliche her flexible but not too slender waist Never under any circumstances should a woman of such coloring wear blue or ineffective drab For traiTllng Babies Children of nine or ten months old love to be put down on a soft rug with a toy or two and allowed to crawl about to their hearts content A knit ted overall something like stockings and drawers In one pulled over their feet and fastened round the waist prevents risk of cold and baby will amuse himself quite happily for hours Dont accustom a little one to play with some one else unless you are prepared to give up a great deal of time to his amusement lie will be just as happy Inventing games for himself If beis used to it from the first American Queen Linen and Cotton Good The reason why linen and cotton be comm yellow when laid away for a time Is that they have not heel prop crly rinsed At all times it is important that clothing should be thoroughly rinsed In sufficient water to remove all traces of soap and when it Is to bp laid away for any time It Is imperative that the rinsing should be thorough and that the articles be dried out of doors Drawn Dntter To make drawn butter cook togethtr until they bubble a tablespoonful each of Jnitter and flour anti when they are blended ndd u cup of hot milk Stir to a smooth artuce season to tnste serve Some persons make drawn but ter with boiling water Instead of milk In momllng lLicokcnciijugc broken ware rub the edge of ilk chiun or glass with the eaten white of airegg Tie very finely Pow dered quicklime In ji muslin bag ant sift It thick over the edges of the dishes that have beet previously rubbed with tho egg Match and bind tho pieces to gether anti lot it rcmalil bound several everykindand coarse earthenware The former cannot be cemented with anything for the latter white paint will answer Paint ami match the broken edges bind both ttight together and let them remain until tile paint becomes dry and hard i ftYror Health I 222 South Peoria St ICHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the tithe My stomach was weak and npjet lItandlomitcdcould not urinate without great t pain and Icoughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore Tho doctors pronounced it Brights disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to me what they called it and I had no dc sire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked mo if I had over tried Wino of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought n bottle I believe that it aved my lite I believe many women could save much Buffering iftheybutknewofitsvaluet JLof t Dont you want dll11from pain Take Wino of Carduf I andmakooitesupremoeffcrt ttq bowel Yll tip pot pC tQbe a weak helples sufferer You can havb a womans health and dp a womans work inlife Why I not secure a bottle of Wine ofoCardul front your druggist to day WINErCIRDUI T7 SIJPLEBAyAcg- A D tLkM at Made mad Easily LasdrJA dainty little garment for the baby kerpojtmayed otbclnte1ibcfngavoidlngthelittlearm nUT SACK rATTEBH holes The material used for the Jack et illustrated is the finest cashmere in a delicate shade of blue The edge buttonholed in silk to match and an embroidered design in forgetmenots lends a pretty touch of embellishment Cut the pattern according to the diagram to a size to fit the baby The sack is cut in one piece bjr folding the cloth on line A and laying on the pdt tern The side scams B B may be ttez1tthlYJ narrow taffeta ribbons on each side and tying together in tiny bows in two places The sleeve Cfs also closed at seams by bows and these bows are simply untied when the sack is laundered The neck is marked D A ribbon may also be fastened to each side of the front to tie it together It Is simple easy to make and easy to launder w Extinction of fhe aaeroaIThe chaperon bids fair to become ex tinctln English society Following suggestion made by Lady Cavendish Bentlnck dances are being given In theS eepSdogsmore popular every season Girls are going out alone or In couples In a way that makes their grandmothers hold up their hands In horror tknownaskedfwhat she thought of the nett departure She said B The example of America has taught us that the chaperon la not at all neces sary for the maintenance of social decorum in the intercourse of young pee T flIsthat Is owing to the absence ottheIchaperon The modern golf playing intelligent well Informed English girlS has no need of a chaperon Very of ten she Is better fitted to taker care of the chaperon than the chaperon to take d care ef hertlSSheA young woman who had gone frea one occupation to another In the vain endeavor to earn a comfortable living at last hit by accident upon her proper vocation She designed a dress for the child of a well to do friend and the latter was so much pleased with the little garment that she offered to pay the young woman to design others says the Philadelphia Inquirer The pleased mother showed the dresses to her friends and they In turn employed the young woman In like tasks Thus j started she gradually built up a bus ness and now the has her shop on the e edge of the retail district where scores of mothers visit her She does little orano actual sewing but gives almost her whole time to designing garments She has shown great resourcefulness in adapting various materials toher ape clal needs Mothers are still telling p each other about her and her business l still grows i ItaIrWhen converting pieces of Chinese matting Into rugs do not bind themw The strongest surest binding you 11tput on will soon be torn away by the process of unraveling Instead take the IIfibersIfringeby tying the r eces of cottoq together two and two and liars an lade tlllble edge to your rag o Another good Idea may be mentioned in this connection By cutting up neW matting so that onepattern appears up on cacil small square and by knotting e the warp as above Indicated very ell h clent mats are nude tarpxQtect the din ing table from bot dishes tl Net Bedapread Henry coarse meshed net is muck J used for bedsprpads The spread li usu ally made with a ruffle or valance as It might be called and Just clears the sji floor ami the prettiest ones have an DI edge of Russian lace several Inches Wide Thos spreads are used over un b derspreads of colored silk sateen or cambric as purse and fancy dictate and are very handsome used on the brass and Iron beds U Keeping Bread of To avoid frequent bakings jBhere homemade bread Is desired sprinkle a It liberal allowance bf flqnr Into a sack iiiandwith their top ctustsln contact Tie the up the sack and hang It In an airy to tiplaceofNURSERYDont expect children to be bcaatifol f unless healthy happy and contented Dont let n stooging lesson such ap writing or drawing end wtl put some lmple nrrn eerciso It la a mistake to Relieve that chill no dren fau do as much Work as grown kstudylacThe pains of children are oftea betTee relieved by external beat than by i thea doctor thU remedy should invariably p be JjFindyour children are and dovolop tViQl a Insteafl pf spending Unie money as4 patience In forcing hem Into ItH1tl tbntnre to taAmahIthmakessbysIt will be discarded for a fresh ass t tener than regular pusl4he ItChlld1inWithout any apparent caa sko ki M v taken toan oculist to haYs tHkII a be lnl pthemare doing 4 drjr fte XIiitT Rs I w a Jd b l1aI e M yer aos Mss ibsrRII C I bispIe1W MAliaeMJMI CIstsWhat lis CASTORIA cMterOIIwerJeDntNa Pa Jt MartaaeeI aas YWICelIeaM Pists4ey It aslIMi t Pasd PMsa IISTbGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Ibimtsi The Kiiid lou Hare1iay Biiain Us For Ovw 3O Ytart ThLSa sv es sew vsssiv I CAUTION This is not a gentle word but henyou think how liable yoa re nOr to purchase the only remedy universally kncwa and a remedy that bashZd the largest are of any medicine in the world ince 1868 for the cure an- reatment l of onsumptioB aridI Throat and Lung troubles with out losing its great popularltl11- tbeseyers you will be thank ul we called your attention to German SyrmpI There are so many ordinary cough remedies madejay druggists and others that are cheip and good or light colds perhaps but for Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Con sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing urhug the nights and mornings is nothing like German yrup Tne 25 cent size has jugt been introduced this ypar Regular size 75 cents At all druggists 0 J Havdon Wassa Ga V TlA woman Jan t a natural bungm with a hammer She is sot clumsy with any kind of tool lL Therefore there Is reason in the nature ofthings why she should not venture to do some tinker ing and am carpentering g In her own house Thus speaks a broad and lib nd minded man In the Hoae Science Magazine One of the curious things bout women has been their disposi tion to believe whatever sea may as sertnboutthem their fatoous M la sharpening pencils and driving nails being amolig the amiable crlUdnu assed upon him by their sale crlt Jcs iJames Buckbam 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