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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1tt t4I 4 4 I 4j v t J it I ew SerifiS Vol X No 5 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KgPcTUOKY SEPTEMBER 3 I903 MODli B Er 3 WrM BOSTON S 0- F UNDERTAKERS T AND EMBALMERS carry in stock all Wails of Fanora 4up11eA T PHONE 53 r 7 OUR DJRECTORYv tj iF SpRIEtD1 tYteat of 1 Washington JCoutitj 52 miles aoiilh east of ncxinRton S9 miles from r branch ql SL uisvUleoa Bardstovy l V tbuisvilleana Nashville railroad in a7farnjinffaudJagrJctiUural district Cwo Banks telegraph and telephone lines expresstoffifie flour mills lumber popiqatipnHOO population ofI yarAs coWntylS vRepresentative iu Congress Hon B aLifllth ilQdgenvtlIc feepresentative inKeutUcky Legis 4 lature Hon G A Dohoney I Rbprescntative inState Senate Hon PurycarCampbelteville Ky Countfl1DIreCt0r7 crcpTCQUR CirqIt Court begins OU the fourth MJd y jbrtary Ma and Octo It SeeiieycOmmOUWalth1 At iW Alt norneyV9SXSirtpbellfgicrkJ Tios A1 Jiedlevj Master Comniiss ner I QU RTIth4YCOUR1T- j Quartery OUrt ihelc on he third + i vipjrtday iitt eh month 1 B thyThdge COTy COURT Conty Colirt meets Qif the fourth1l 1lJa inptchiflOaihy i3Iitseyv Judge v iBo er CountV Clerk j glMayesTCouuty Attorney j George CatietMTajler Byron Croak Sheriff ichard Ithani t I L-Ea 3laters j James FvMoorcOounty Surveyor i I Royalty Assessor P OBFyan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montcromery Conner J JcW Bush Sopt of Common SchodlflrP O Springfield t t 1 crri COURT I3auteRNoeFQUCe Judge f It7 d W Th Gla broo e City Attorn y JUSTICE COUiT JI18UCC cqurtiar heC iJUu17p April ulyand06tbber JChurchPireCtO j BALS CHURCH er ll am and 739 SddaySChOlat 30Fralerf rteetiuonWcth1eS4aY uightat 4 iv i4 itTaODIS CHURCH Rev I D tard Pactor Servic- in echfl the Pirtandrhird Buudavs 3fl0Uth atfl a m arid 730 p m Sun day schOOl ery Sunday a10 a in Prayer meeting every cdncsday y I i i CATI1OWC CHURCH t Kcv BFjHentiessaVlast6r Ser vices esery sunday atS and 10 o clock t Ua ni Services at St Rosesame hours STT CHRISTIAN CHURCH t 4 Rev v T I4rIr Pastor Service Yfcbrid and fourth lunday in each month j PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Q A Steicklandr pastor preaching every Sunday at il am aniat 1 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting eveitf Thursday evenine at7qjlock Fraternal Orders MAEONiClorCB Sprrngfieidlodfre CNp 5p meets second Moiiday In eath ioithIWashington RJO Chapter Nb rosl 7 a every third Monday SprinKfield Council JJJo 52 meets on vrytnth Mozid Meets every ilrst JVednes dav in each month I i 1 AMERICAN I1f ILVtR 1- j 4Lk1Ri I r LIGHT COOL w5s ZS7QWC2- a41hs- 11rNc V Wipscsek hs evs4Ithr3L Jvry2 o b3rC J5J3adOl3 I 1 ROUND Or TALKy MM M644MQ4M A Mothers Meeting By Madeline Bridges 4heres the maternal paiit o This boy that stanoX m need of beating lqveOhPair daughter why these young I tears shed For passionstale too svteet and fleeting I uncOmforte4M MeejL v ing i Man Whom ioTsfortunes jeen arid taiint v I Whomfaud forsake and hoe is Sceatin Fly to your mothers arms I catYou see shes at a Mothers Met Sing Alas what next wffirtfomaVdo I ove duty children horue mal VTheThe rollcali of a Mothers Steetihg JL sucAshbiild CDCouraee the officers of hOT aSsociatiojjO better efforts o cOntTnue the improvement from year to year until Washing ton county peojple can boast of P animal fair second to none in the State in point of excellence j dgihg from thegreater Mteio t takenintheairtbis year by the people ther citizens of the town and county appreciate the efforts of the fair association towards im proveinentsajIwor houldbe kept uTho retes mgpf the premium list foe ex hbits in the Pforal Hail brought oiif1a much better display this year and added so much interest to that department that the asso cialion promises to further im mainngheexhibit revjse the premium list It is saicLthat the fair association now has a little surplus fund on baud which will be used towards im Proving the property and Adding bater facilities for future fairs JOK rlKNAp They dp say thai fC Col Morris B Belknap the handsome Republican candi a1e for governor made as mijch of a hit at the Fair Hop given Friday evening at the Opera House as he did with the voters wnom he met at the fair and elsewhere during Ills short visit to our town y Cal Belknap is very much at homo on a ball room floor and is always the p61l ished gentkms n in social circles as well as the leveVheadted but man and sensible man of af- airs wilb his brother eitizensLJ H 4 S Tr QRKI G THE ROADS It js Jul gratifying to the tfoyeljng publIc f flae county tp notice the efforts of the various road oyerseersUn the county to work the turnpikes and their attempts to mend many pf the bad place in tharogda wjijch iu some places is a great imprpveinent The road workers are making a very good showing perhaps as goods could be expected under i6e reent system but we still be ITove thai with irock cruehers and improved read machinery much more could be accomplished and the same appropriation of money made to gofurther Bytheway we wonder what the worthy Board of Trustees of the tpwn pf Springfield propose to dp with that rock crusher which has been bought at considerable expense to the town and which up to the present writing has been allowed to stand idlr on the spot where it was unloaded from the cars several weeks ago The streets all need repairing the good weather is passing and not a sign of life from the trustees Sbme thing should be dune and lime diately rt oODMovErIt is well that some one iis taking an In terest in the preservation ot the fish and game of the State for if tha Jaws in that regard were as openly violated in other coun ties as they are in Washington both game and fish wduld soon be exterminated A new item savsthat fishing and bunting club in Various parts Pf the State will make an effort to have the legislature pass a bill creat ing a Pish and Game Commi sioner anti providing fofDeputy I Wardens in each county This is a good move and ought to have the endprsement of eely citizen of the tate who looks with fa vdr on iegitimate sport The game laws of the State are good lenoughybut they are not en forced If the streams of the State were Jprotectetr againsj einersri ynamiters and thOr if legitimateUishermen they would soon furnisjan abundant supply olCfish And what is true of the water courses would be true of thefields and forests The birds also need protebtingV Lebx it be tnsde so warm for the poacher that he wiilsee The need of obey Ingtb rdw in this direction DistesAflerEatiDf Cared JnOge W T Holland pf Greens Burg La who is well and favorably Vnown s ys Two ypars ago I sUf- fered greatly from IndigesiionV After eating great distress vyould invariably result lasting or an hour or so and my nights were restlesa0 I concladed t6 try Kodol Dyspepsia J2vjre and it cured mi entirely Now my sleep is re6reshing and digestion perfect SoJdbye JHaydon Viy Wanjtf The Old Homestead N otiaiipns have jbeen set pn loOt by James A Bennett of Richmond for the purchase of heirsfnclaims on the property the deeds are to baraadii pending a final settlemenf ot the estate by the courts which will doubtless take a number of years The heirs claim that Dora Clay the child wife to whom Gp Cassius MJ3piy left the estate in several wills one of whiehhaa been tf fered for probate is not entitled td anvtbrng from the estate be cause she was divorced by Gent Clay and that for many f years Gee Cldys mind was not in a condition to make a will Mr Bennett married MisSallie Clay and it is his idea to ha ethe old place overhauled and maku a country home of it Danville News Tile Ucuiuc y Couutcrf1 The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this state meat isj never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than vhen ybu compare the genuine De Witta Witfch Ka2ei Salve Salyc with the many oo nterfeit8 and worthless jjubstitutca that are pn the market tVS I edbetteri of Sbrevcport I a says After using numerouTvrcines dies without beriefit one box of De Witts Witch Uzi Salye cured me For bltbdbleedingk itching and pro trudingrpilesi not remedy is cqiitii to DeWItPB Witch HazelSalve iSoli by G JHaydoa SLoac TrouN 11 baxo beth troubled with ray stom ach for the past four sears says D I Beach of CloVerNpqk IJarjfl Green fiIdNass AJewdasiio was nducedto buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken partofctbem and feel a treat del bettcriW If you have any trouble with your Stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price r25 cents For sale by Haydons drug store No sufferer of rhenmatisnl would be without OR cbASSE S UNIMENT if they knew low quick it Would re lieve the pain anrdreduce the sATcTIing Spld Sy Wood Campbell vMuIc iin Demand Afew weeks ago every trader in our Community was hustling tryihg t6 purchase everything largje enough 19 grunt in the hogline 1 mean and now its everything that Can bray It makes ho difference as to sIze color or previous condition of servitude so its a mule War prfqes seem to predominate and anyone who bas a itiyle need not run around to fihda purchpser Traders are thicker than Balknap voters Mr Warfield of Hard in county with the assistance of Mr JB Uaririca bought ten good mules in our midst Price 100 tp150 Mr Bob McDowell of tfeariHodgenville bought fout teen mules from parties near here seven from J H ferriell one fnom Jeff Cecil and one of Mr Winifred Mahoney Prices 112 and 120 respectively Mr Wm E Bell bought of Mr sorest Mahoney one twO yea old mule at 125 and one from Mwho ey at sico He also bought tvd extra mn John Hedgepatbr price unknpwn tp me Jpsle BoOne boughtf peo MerHfield of Larue county one good mule J B Howard and JE Jarrjpc have purchased pf different parties ten extra fgood muies HowardstbwnVoor Ito Nelson Record V fbatlliie x In the last analysis bjirtr we do know that it tsupdeT strict law Abuse thatrlar ejen slight lyr Jain ris J Its Irregular liv ing means deranera3ntof the organs resulting in Constipa lion Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings 3 ew Li fe ills quick ly readjusts his Its genlle yet thorough Ouly 2oc at 0 J Bayd BJPouItryrIe The poultry and Belgja hare and pigeon shows aI the Ken tuc cy State Fajr inv0vensbo o the week pf SeptemberSlst will berlhe largest ever hSld south pf the Ohio rivei1lIfri John H Good is supferjntefident of the poultry department und Mr T Stanley Saio Pf the pigeon de partment The services of Mr Theodore Hoes of Indianapolis InS have been seciir d as judge of the poultry department He is air expprt judge of standard bred poultry The total ampunl pf premiums for the department is il000 ds follows Breeding pent rt3 seond Single birds first 2 second Si Breeding pens mustbe made iri separate entry There will be a special buildiqir for poultry pigeons and Belgian hares All breeders should make an efTbrt to show thejr birds and hares as it will be both an honor and ah advertiseinent win in such Competition y Mr Stile has arranged for a pigeon show thai is attractitig ntioi ai interestl Remember that a dozen of Vfche very finest amiisementattractions have been securedfor the State Fair and they are free to all who enter the gatesof the t air grounds rr For all information ad for catalogues entry blanks tcI address SecretaryxXKB Shrbp shire room 25 Board of Trad6 Building pouisvillVlKy TliPIur1oIEa1i v PersonBStiffgrinjr from indigestion tyspcpeia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodpl Dyspcpsi Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet This remedy iap never failing tare for Indigestion and Dys pssIa and all coth1aintsct the glands br nembrailies of the stomach or digeStive tract When you take Krdol Dyspepsia Cure evrytfiing you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contaiiir Is assrnjilated and aoprojjrjated by thC blood and iipsues S6lil by 9 J Hay doii A Surafner Fairyiid y To khose wttreT planning a summer outing and seeking greeki fiejds and pastures new some place where they may ast care a We and commune with primi1tiv nature where tho the sun shines evjer brightly cooling freezes alway blow arid great heat is unknown it IS safely promised that ampng the rppks andlakes of he Muskoka district aboutlPO miles north of TofontP situated in the Highlands of Oh tarib 10QO feet abpve sea level they WiUfind nchantraerit Handsome illustrated desQrip tive publicaticps will be sept free to any adi iress On appiiBa tipTi faiR McG SmTlhrSoul ern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway Woodward aver Petroit A Ohamterlains Cough Reniedyhaa a remarkable record It has been in use for pver thirty years dnrfng which time many million bottles have been solcl iUd used It has long beer the standard and main reliancR in the treatment of cup in thousands bf homes yet during all thiB time no case has ever been reported to the manufacturers in which it failed to ef feca cure When iven as soon tbeCblld beromes hoarse or even soon ts the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack It is pleasant toltake many children like ii It con tazno opium r other barmful sibr s mce and maytbe given asconfiCqnU ly to a batiy to ku au1t For sale by Haydbns drug store T Cure a ColdlflCOnfs Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine 15ab lets All druggists refund the mpaey- if4frfaUstocurc B W Groves alg nalare Is on ch box 2c BHrglar at Danville f Burgles mada rich haul last evening by entering the resT dences of Judge C a McDowell aM Mr Willmnv bwell on jMaple avenuejr It is the Bret tburgiary jof ajiy cpnsequeuco that has len committed in the city in some thn raml f otti Ihe neat wayin which it was Un- ubttdI1y me work of profes alsjThey secured twenty eighty dollars ia money friom Judgeel hi gold vatuli aid sea1 vabj paper fiom asLp They also secured from Mrl Powells resi d nce a ve yjine razor a purse with ajsmall ampunbpf Money and some clothes The thIeve- sted both resinces by prizing open windows In the rear of the houses Neither family was awakened andkbew BQthihg of the robbery untilthis morning Bloodhounds have been put on the trial and it is hoped will assist in running down the thieves No other rPbbene have 4ppn rpiinrted and il is suppased they were satisfied arid left fpr parts un1 known Advocate HW4NTEP v We would like tp askr through he9 columns of your papery if tjherc i any person who has uspdjGreens August Flower fof the cure pf Indigestion Dyspepr sia and Lyer Troubles that has ndt been cur ed and 7 we al sp mean ttierr results such us sour stomacb fermentation of food habitual costiveness nefvous dyspepsia headaches despon dejbefelings sleeplessness in fact any troublg connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has beenspld for many iyears in all civilized countries and we wish 16 correspond wfth you and Stind you Pod of puf tbooks fre of bust If yoiineyer ttried Angust Flowerj tryra25 cent bpttle first We bayieneivei11 tknown of its failing If so something more seridus is the j matter with you Th 25 cent jhas just been introduced this year Regular izo 75 cents at druggists G Grj Green 1orqertwork Thomas Coulter ha g bee wdrldng the citizens o Somqrset and Pulaski countyywith bqgus checks oti thoyTrst National Bank of riarrodsburgr DiffiB rent froth any forger with whom the local bantis have ever come in contact Coulter draws his checks and the marks thera ertiGedby Gr TTbompson cJashifer written in red inkjicrd s the faco A these Qhecks werd jndorsed by Pat D OBell and local jfirnis1 in Somerset who had cashed themV 1hrea pfftbase checks aggrega titig SOJ flame to the Mercpr a tonal lank trip r nft1f ftinn the past week They w re promptly protested and retufnfed MrJ 0 D ThompsbVr dsfr name Wvs forge as written to he First Natfonal Bank at Somerset lo takejhemeitter up and he will appear as a witness in the pros ecution but it is probable that Coulter has now departed tp greener 115e d s Harrbd6urg- HeraW PI i y j vwiiico Ta jBreatftiislfj Captain J ii Berrimanj of Atjanla says that plans havfe been laid by the Sal vatjori sArniy to invade the feud section of Kehtucky and Tennessee arid a alf hundred Satvationists from that state will maich into them iitairS of the state early in ItIigiveI Then ll will stqji ftlimg and 1 I IIII Vigorithair food ydti can buy Fdr 60 years it has teen dping just what we claim it will d6V It will not disappoint you Myhs1r iaed toe5ryhoTt But stier using Ayer hair short UMIt began to ndnow It ti Jonrteea Ichti long splendid terslt to msattsrbelng- alo5w1thoutaflIbs11 aLe a bottle 5 C- OAiidru It Lell Mass M- tVShorti Hair J September The recent outbreak in Breathitt county is respbns pble lor the eulmipation pTa project that has bjietf under cpjv Siderationby the ai my loc quitef a whjler Capf ain Brrinmir wjicr jvfll IeadVYhe Jnvjxng band says that hvexpWt np irquble but that a strong lightiI1 be made by iriembers of this army to chg conditions jin the lend section rTheVaTvkipn bind Willr go jntp the heaft of the feud districts and iengeavor to change the heartsof tbefeudists Captain Berijiman js selecting membera of itte invading defach ment which Will aainbQr fifty men andVpmgii About twelve member pf theialLf lfS ti iawn from Giudnnati and ptber places A805 ForjAffl With lamily around expectiog him to die and a sqn riding for jKjngNewCoughs and Colas H Brown of Leesville IniU endured deaths Bgonijbsr froto asthma put thiswondsrful ti dicinegave instant relief and soon cured hikri He writes jj110w sleep spufrdiy eyerylnightrVLike nfar ve1ous eure cf nsilthption Pheunioiia Bronch itis Coughs Colds and Grip pro re itsjmalclr IfeSs merits fOr all Thrpat and L h g trouble JCIuarcintQed bottles 50c and 1 0rial bottles frebat6J Haydois oy ll LiictENci OSKillJi Mr D P DaUgliertJ Well known ltbrongiiOul Rletcferand Sumncr conn tsWq Va itostlikey0vAhs life to the kindneBs of a lneihbor He was almost ifopelessly afflUcted with diarrhoea was attiendejcTby lyip phy siciaas who gano hIftrJittIerJifituyf relief when a neighbor learning of his atrious condition brought him a boV tie ot Chamberlaiu ICplic CKojera andIi rrhbeaRemedy which cnred- In loss hotii ftwnrittr rnir hours For Bale by HaydoaSiUrug re It utterly impossible fo riany one to feel welljtobe stdorig and actiyo when lthe itidnoys ar aerahged Troth tiis ouree more ail fjienta arise the jouri aliOn nOre serIous comptalntw asj Termed than from any oer source GAYXlDA if taken ih tme will cure all kidney complaintsl jlrt BrightBdls aBfe ancl dInbsteB it wltyAprolongu life Soldby 1l7pod Campberi i iITile two Minutd Trotter For several yearsl it has been the dream and atnljitidn of the trottitig horse wpr tp produce the horse thaVcpuld trPti a mile in tyo minutes In 90Q when tho Abbot cdyeie ainile jrnkOo hp4at high with some enjhu siasts that the goaVwas iin sigh Willie thepfissimest declared batr the llniit bad been reacliGd Jn 1901 when Cresciua siiV a full second front thig time and established a worlPs reaor of 2 O2 the same Claims were mtlde pro and don JToi two years Gres cms hasistood the unchallenged king of the tUrf and theicr v from thepessinnct was renewed that thoLmitwasrria hed But on la t Monday Aug 24 the tfot ting world wasfstartied byHhp news which flashed over tJiQ vireS around tne world from the Readl vijle Mass track that Lou Dillon trie litt la fiv yegr old reenmare owtied byr QvjK Billings Qf Chicago baCtrptteU a mile in 2 mjnutes fiat It was a wonderful porfprmanc the record by quarters is 30i aOr 0d and 29rtlie last quarter lining the fastest pf the four and a 156 gait Lou Diiiptf was bred in California In May las Mc diings bought her ajTauctiOn cl2OI- iiJanf 1902 sne was not even sulkywise Not the least r markabley in her career is he rapidogts she hasmide under the trairfing of Millard Sanders who dtoeJbet to the vtctorious finish last Monday She is by bfdney DiAon dam Lou Milton byt M ilton Med iujp Ehthusiasts fire now predicting that she will trot a mile inpl 5f AP ralivc 1ciurc hf yifu Vf took DeWitt f LItt- lIarl y Rrsera for biliousness or congti jiitioh you what a purj tite pleaanrd Ii These famous little pills deanse the lifer and riithe systeax of all tIle Without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or wealren tjutglve tope and strength to the Us and organs Involved JHONvsiltOf HqllSton irer saya 44No Iettecphli aAVe used than Little fiarly Kiser for cohstlpaUon sick headache etc SOld by C J Hi jrr don J A- hampMhMn IvIn 479 wof JTiinnouncenent pf Efihu Roots resignalidn as Secretary of Wartotgke effect January Jr together with the statement that Governor tCneral William Taft will succeed Mr Root at jiha time has been given put at Oyster Bay It is further un flounced that General Luke E Wright wUr succeed Goyernor Taft ai Governor General of the PhUippines lii making public jilhip news of this change in his Cabinet the president gave tp the press the letters whichhad jpassed between 1hitiielfandjSecretavy Root apropos pf th e iiatters resignatibn and whIch express in the strongest terms the respect and admiration tdiioh JMr Roosevelt and his Secretary of War entertain breach other It is worthy of note that the fgreatest admiration fr Secretary iRoot is unanimously expressed on allsides regardless of party affiliation Prfesident Roosevelt iin his letter accepting the Becre ttaty X resignation says We lhabre neverhad t pibIic servant who has forked har er during four end onehalf years ithan y43u have worked and this is not DQ0rely in point Pf time but ab0vei ail in point af Intensity and nOt merely in point pf tithe but above all in point Of intensi ty and ypur sufeces has been equal to ypur labor Tbese words ot tile President are re echoed by practically the entire metroppiitanjress thus furnish ing a remarkable teslunpnial ttp pSecrdtary Root sjadministration Thb succession pf Governor Taft is regarded as almost asfor tunater as vas the original ap pointment of Secretary iRbbtyk who by the way came very near peing President hehamg been the choice ef Senator flalinaand other influehtiat re publicatisfpr the vice pj sidency at the convention whfan nomina ted Mr Roosevelt IS was in fact only President Mckinlejrs reiterated statement that he could notspare Mr Roovfrom the cabinetsthat caused Mr Haiina and his friends to yield to the urgent esjire of Senator Pfatt or Ney York ytipj as r3i well known desired to jay 6oVefnor Roosevelt oh tho shelf by ommating hicnfpr vicepresr ent j WhjlC it iis admitted that the tirement of Judge Taft from ihKGov rnor Generalsbi pf th BhiUppines will prove a losso the islands because it will de priyelhem o jhs personal super yJsioT it is naintained qnthev ptheriahd that GovernorTafttd presence in Washington as a mettjber Pf AJthG Cabinet will prove of the Utmost value to Che preside nlj The Governors ip timate knowledge pf tne Pilip pi nos as well as 6f theirislands will 0hable the President to solve mahy jproblems t first hand wlitcn now necessitate Constant and jtinsatisfactbiyi ai well as expepsiVje reference t0 Klariila i President Itoosevelt further announces that GeneralLufie E Wright of nnessee av demp crat and now V c Governor of the Phillipinks will succeed Judge Taft as GovernorGelaeral and bv all sdye those with strong partisan bias the appdmtment approved Both the President aod Secretary Root regard Gen fral WrJght as a man of proven eieoulive ability During Gov ernor Tafts long sojourn in this Country Genttraly Wright was acting GpverapfGeneral and dis charged the mfficult duties of the pflSce with ability aitd tact It is generally ireported that Wrights pppularity with tfre1 Filipinos is second only tP that bf Governor Taft The promoton oi Gfeueral Wrigbtleayes a vacancy 14 the Philippine Cpmmls ioh which it jsi rumored will bo filled by Min ister Conger now tl pelrih This would llava 6 vacancy atPekin altiVPsttertaiti tp od filled byth appointment pf WilJiginiJW Rocfe hill Secretary to th4JB ri a oL Americ nRejublus ihiolii tion isine fo whlch Mfe Rock hill iis peculiarly qualifiedand whic has beepiomito him for many years Aiif ii well khownj Air 4pckhillii Vfeofoufh ly Yamiliir with ib Oriental status he has made a jjdy f the Easten question aM ia l t I r JtHnesQ student 4pd BUBJC jr1sons give him eDtiricrait Io the rescue ctf eo4t ind t6P diplomatic prpfiMii whiich this I Coultryhas na4e with Ohia UU- Bedrid1en Fcru1 OU AItaloeaw4 tjLufs cIi in brt wsfhe coditic of an old soldierby nof iJV a aveiis of Versatl1e O For years hewas trouh1d iik Xl ney disease and neither doctors1 nor5nleaicines gave bii re1ief 4 At lOtb ha tried Electric Bii tars 1tput bun pS his Ier ik short order and now hetessifits U m on the road tocpBBpirftirt cpyery Best on earjbtifor Livtir v siltorln3Compiaits Only Soc GurJf an teed hy C Vv flaydoii Caarranat with 4CAL APcAIOi5s U they eakniot reach the etof th dIsiOatarrh is a1 blood or conilttittjie lb1 diseaso add iu order io cure it yo4 t must take intprnat rcmedief HaUjr Cararrb Cuts is taken internally aBO y acti directly on tie blood i 4 ttBcij3fcir y sitrfaces EtallaCatarrh Xftulo k quack medicine It wai jjce cril dby QuO of tbetcstphyslcia sist thsc tty for severaiyeArsihd i ia reg1ar prjBscription If is Compoii jrthiif best tonics known CT blned ti4Si best blood purifiersactlng Uriktljiek a tlje mucoua mrf cesv ttfip perffcit coiibinaiioa os the two L9jredJaUr what produces such wQlcrfti1 ress1ts In curtg catarrbtnd qntestiio nlals free i J Cbcney Co Pr prietosToledpphio Sohi by druu gists t fice 75 tts VJJ HalfFatail Pills ar8 teebst Sakt JvaI O Tuesd Sptimber 22JQQ3 BegthningatiQ a m offer fp r sale the farm consistm g tot 170 acres known as the Thd4 Cpct ran farm 2 miles spulh of Mick yule On the 4irt rpact fleatiini from J ckyille and P4riyvill pike tp MaclrtilLe and Est Texa pike lljmUea from SpringfifW and 14 miles from rTftrrpdfcbure Farm contaiitsl45 a rea grss1 15 acres in cutivfttidi and 15 acres in timber good house iad outbuildings oi all kioda FiJ j stock barn that will hoid 5acra of tobacco O pd ienantliCU9 and good feeltand an tbnndnc v of never faiUng stock water Terms One half cash and baUnae4h three equal payraeBte p I of one two and threis yezr1 v Aisci theaineI timandpls will Jsell the following rppirty j thre goc4 work and broo4mtri JI v one gobd wprk hOrse 4otw0 year Old stallion aiiid byS4rans Roy one exta nice flllyirp4 by Chester fl esullsg qt irecl yMarabri taflch cows 11th calve ly ilS 2 4ir ling steers 25 hadfXtrIE04 ewes oie thorpughbred Sotiih Jown Btick 18 head Pf hogs god feedsrs Furmin im1CL raents of all kinds cdfliiMiaf o one oho gon IIOW11 michlne haywhit dijll twa Oliver ChUl tgri2p40W si3igl and doublahoYels r rows etc BO birsls of corp st me hay and corn straiir rklrz 4 Shares in tnastock f thePar j ers Bank of lRckviU hgis hold andkitchertfurniiiir0 Terms pceditbfl2 wtfcf jQ v 1j sums lQand qyer ThidV f thu amount cash 1 MRS usANTPr MMIES fctdiJ LCOCHRAi 5 M B L Byrawfl ka eodfIlrI- thi tpwn syshe btIiym CIeaab Jaittt Uolie Cliowfl a4 Diw Nvd KIs juts 1MReai Ie bec iek f a ssoetW what the dqMori aU bioasdySWtI9 aa ccnlget thistO do h1 amy goqAtttil lib taL4 this reaedy Kfgive kim iImethat sPt pays P T Little erchat 1ksw 4 saU Ias OrId1JevMS0rIvtlo3ii Curs It otb salve 6tiou ntenL t imfor Cortis ute Bo StlBba Fyf or- Qhp sdi SkJ 2rieptios iiMilIti ss dSg pCSt ated 401 u r d r NEWSHAW H i pcILxD tEYTUkD- ft A CARJIN ADVANCE t PflINGFLDSKY I j i wctjE iL DAVISON Jr EDITORL1D FVLI5R taI pr bfl lnesa notices 10 cents POT i ii1daws nd polltlcaLnlatter et p1tus job workjs doat at Iqw rates but cash iust be paid on fellrery of goods cL7srtt8ing coofracts made on liberal ermL OMtaarie and rasolujtions of respect a t tq F2r1i i r city Magistrates r Tvtsuty Oceti c oo Dtr1ctOces rjauRsriOf SEPTEMBER isos For Circuit Jiidgd- W eautborlzed to announc Hhe I teTt CHARLES PATTESON candidate for the offlctfpf Circuit J Judge of this the Eleventh JJudlcial Dtetricjjjcomposed of the counties of Marios TayldVGreen and Washing ta wabjecttotbe Delmocratio primary I Commonwealths Attorney t We are authorized to announce V RL PUKHATM s of Green county isa candidate for the offlca of Common jvealth6 Attorney ubj ctto the action of the Demo cratlo party in Ibis tbp EleVentn Judicial district composed of the counties of Washington Marlon Taylor and GreenT v fqrCircalt Clerk WP are authorized to Announce IjJR FM CAMPBEfcL as a candidate for the office of Circuit 4 Cohrt Clerk of Washington county November election If elected will be assisted in the office by Robe Noe rV For State Senator Are authorized to announce HAfcRY LANCASTER z of thrjOn oqtyy as a4didxtte ror r the offlce of State Senator from the 15th Senatorial diitrFct subject to the action 6 Jtho Democratic party For Representative We are authorized to announce Mr WIGWAM D CLAYBROOKE as a candldate for the office pit Representative JcC th t lower hous of Kentucky L IBlature frbm Washington county p I Judge Efargis appears to be making strenuous efforts to re dQem himself A dispatch say f thdt tour of the ridters yrhD ter v rprized the town of WilHurst in Breatbitt cpunty were fined and pliced tindfir bonds of 1500 each by Judge Bfargls ait Jackson Tiey are j n jailin defaui 5 of bondsmen CapVXongtnires report to Adjt Gen Murray shby s thirteen arrests in Bresthi- ittCQunty lastweek I t r The Republicans of the Sixth Judicial district convention at Owensboro nonnnated W Scott Mjprrjson for circuit judge 1aindji Heaverin 1Q common wealjths Attoiney V Arrangements have ben corn I pleted for President Rboeyplts Jvisit to Syracuse N Y4 nxt t Mondjay i when hwill d0iryjer a Laltei day address Caleb Pa wersliias been found guilty Bgain pf cnjplicityi in the Goebel murder and sent tied to borhftoged Tie case will be apjpeaied tStaked to Deatlr K ate Wheelan a colored woman residing on the Jower end osFouiJth street was tabb d to death at an early hour Sunday morning In the blind tiger joint ofsPrealey Branhara ou Fomlh street just across the creek Tte acts surrounding the killing are jpanysterious If appears t that a bunch of negroj men arid gpmen were in Branhams joint Swinkin and having agbod Vine l general when ii lJercatioii arose between Lucy Fife Hen etta Young andBranham In the fight rbich ccdurred the TVhesian woman received tleep gash from a nifejin thesideaud 7 bled to death in a few minutes Bronbam WEsarrested and lodged ihj jail Danville Advocate FacniWnted iiIwishtorexita goo4 larnr of about 200 acras for which I will i either pay iilone rent orgive I oiiehalfcropsand stpclL1 Ref freaces either bank of Springy e1d HENRY WHITEWANft Springfield Ky Ono Minute Cou ahCure V old9afldroup i 7 Jw 1 w w T JL IINews Froni The County1 HappeijJiigs Among the County People V v V as Reported by our Correspondents aiqtqFENWICK Miss Maggie Smittr of Cecil vj lej vjsited Her inotKer here last week Mr Vyilliam Jeffries and wife spent Sund r with the fapailyof W G Adamf V v 1iss Grape Ciidl has returned from a visit to her grandmoiher af Harrpdsburg X N itedwife of Chi cagpr visited the familypf JjNCufl last bthsda Miss Jennie Logsdpn spent last reek with her cpiusin U IBS Ida Haydonriear Texas Mr Thad Anderson and lam ily We in Prederickburg jSuni day vtr Mrs Carrie Undeiwooa of Louisville is vSsitingjfrehds arid relatives here JArznal rWalsf on ain d Leon Bra dshajw were in Lebanon th firstof the week Mrs Annie MoUartny bias re turned homeVaflpr a pleasant visit atthjs place Mr amid Mrs Taylor Harmon were in Bebanon Monday Miss Lna Backer viSIt i her sister near Mack ville the first of he weekVPulliam st5iinining of wind rain and hail Much damage was done vto the tobacco crop We have read and lieard of lois of accidents but I warjtto say 4to the readers of the rrtfiy NEWSLEADER t hat t n e plcf tife saddest within our knowledge took platfe atTan Buren Aflder son Caiintv bund Augusta 23 Misses Mattie Sparrbwahd lioslp Mpore with a nurifblir of other young people wefe in aptioto graph gallery Mattie Sparrow spied chicken out in the yard and pickipg tipt a fmall rjfle that air hdr remared to the young folks I believe Ill kill that chicken She poi n ted4 the gun tpward the chicken and snappid ft bufcthfr un failed to 8re sRpsie Mcore said I dpnt guessjfpt will the gun is not Ipajigfljj j Miss Sparrow then tunned round and said Ill shoot jop then poiniing the pun she jfiirfellp4 shot her friend and Cpusij RosieMoore thraugh the tieart She livdd but a few mo jnents and the only words she poke iverj Mattieyjou havej killed me TheseMwo girls were tlje1best oFr friends Mr Richard Trent and Miss Jennie Ryan were marriedai the Tatham Spring BaptiSj church Wednesday evecijng b rfev B W Summers Rev E W Summers preached a very fntoresting sermon at Ta Jham Spring last Sunday his subject was The New Testa mffent Ghbrch He began preach I prphelIwas not thrpughtwitii hs discourse and for them to pome baclaat 3 oqlock in the after noon fthey did so and he Reached an hour and pneliaH jogger making three liours ori tTe sil jeef Mr L P Johnson is biiiRling a new store house at Tatham Spring I v Mr Edward Yocum and wife of WUlisbure were the guests of his fatherinlaNrj Mathew Wells at Tjilliam Spring this week tfWe arerinformedithatair who were on the sick lict last week are improving nicely at this Writ ing L f Ilillslioio L MissiRen Shetfni is visits iiig in Remingtorij nd MrsfAhnie Godby and children aid Mra Emma Leach man spent Friday with Rov Hobbs hmiy atMackville V John Leachmarn sold tWo calves to John Shewmaker for 24 ws b RobertThompson and family spent Saturday nfghjb with Mrs Thompsons patents Mr and Mrs L N Reed Mrs Emil J J Wilson is spend lug the week witlr her sons Z P and J S Leach man Mr Qlyde Williams of Bloom field was in cur midst Sundjty add jwasacaompanjed home by fiissister Miss Lizzie who has been a visitor here far 3 we lks Mrs Abbie Brown and niecie Misg Effie Smallv of IJuff Ind ire visiting trfeir brother and and unbl Mr Larkin Dean pt thispla6e J Mrs Bertha filler vill leave Thursday for an extended visit to friends and relatives at Pair fieldt andBardstowr She will also atteria the Nelson County Fair Thursday and Saturday fAIife Nellie Reid of Springfield i spending this jveek with hjsr sister MrsMaryThprnpson Mackville jff B HalcheVtbbught year old horse inuift for 80 and sold iti BobjEatchett for90 v Marion Sweeney sold a bunch of 135 ponnd togs to J T Lester atc nts and a 1025 pound steer to Wycoff Gifse at 3 cents r Dr HpwardTHopper bought a 5 year old combined horse of denry Bottom col tor tlQ tJ a Shewnaker sold a bunch of 1000 pbund heifers to Peter Cov4t + cents The meeting at tlye Baplast church is now in session Rev R L Purdqn the pastor being assisted byvjevv W M Wood or Hartodsburg v Jack Raybourn bought two yearling fiIlrasx f Ma Wycoff for 135 Alex McMakin pf BloQmSeldj bpught a number of mule colts in our community on an ayevuge- of 45 MOORESVJpLE There has been one car loadjof boal shipped to Booket J Quite a crowd from here will attend the fair at Bardstbvvn y4 this week Our sick are ailabciut well at present It is reported that there is a case of scarlet fever at Mr Chas Mattinglys Mr Silas ArfnstrpnEC and1 Mss Ajiie Onesser and Mr Ben Greer and Miss Mag Gq t1eywer mar ned Friday of the SprinErfitlu Fair May every joy be theirs is the wish of their many friends MrSv WO Ellis amid sons John visited her daughjer at Btoom field last Sunday Mr Jerome Hendren of Springfield and Claude Bippdren ot Jeffersdnvilley liid Visited their grandfather Mr1 Jefferson Smith last Sunday Messrs Bernard Wall Dave Hayskwl Otis Settlpy of this place have joined the Statc Guards aUSpripgfield The recent rain have helped therlae cdrn and tobacco very much Chas Dodson the colored man who attempted criminal assault on Mrs Annie Bodine was held In the ucn of 200 tio appear at the next tef m of the Nelson County Circuit Court in default of which he was loclgjed injail Mr Jeff Smith sold a bull calf toGep D Bddine fpr 23 There are several land trades on hand will repoiit results in a few days DrJ N Shehan went ttiLou isvijlp last Tuesday partakd in an operation on Marion Rowland of Chaplin Dr PeaLUe will also assist lit the operation Foi Rent Room formcrly occipied by Piost ffice aifc room on next flpor abmes Fire iight and water furnished Inquire at PeppleaDeposit Bank axataxxRelieves Instantly C tarrh5H Sore Che t Frot Bites Muscles25cFor Sale by C J Haycjon WORL1b MRS CARRlE JACOBSBOND A Clilcaero Voiunn Who In C4mppii pr Paliliaher and Author irrs Carri9 JacobsBond of Chicago has been writing muslb during the greater part of her life When nchijd ot four yearg ilYfng In a small AVfscon sin town she Rsgan to attract nttcn tlpnbyher iinproTlsatlons Before she was seven yearstod she had wrlften several simple melodies It vos not until eight years ago however that ilrs Bond took seriously to the writ Ing of musk Several years before that tote she had married Dr Bod Ihe next few years of her life vvere speat In the northerb peninsula of Michigan Her husband was a loverotmusTc and had more than an ordinary understanding of It i Under his conilnual eneeuragement Mrs rBdnd wrete many ballads and other pleces otja serious turn Very 1cnian JACODSDQNDj few of tlieso were apubllshedlantt W was riot until after hot1 husband died andshe came t3 Chicago that she turileS all hei attntioh to music and thQ jnaldng ot It Them during tiie- follo fag five years olin gained fqJ herself 4njore than a national repyta tlon She has never catered to the roWdy spirit In music but has held to her original purpose to write music of a high order How well she succeeded is shown by the uulversal popularity jvhIch lier productions epjoy Mrs Bond writesfhe lyncsfor mQre than half her songs The others she adapts frbm whereTer she dhodses and shehas made well kpowiStajuiy pretty pieces of verse 4hat woOff otherwise have been carried away with the other ttibusands of little things Unit bare not become anchored to ihelodfes that ac centuate and interpret tlrem Mrs Bond Is one of the few women pub lishers of music She is hnr own pro moterv publishes her own mus c and even draws the cover designs In addition to her work as a cbmj po er Mrs Bond is a writer of chil drens stories ioiiJ has published one book of veraes Shq now liad jhprep aratlbn jiniw boot of nine songsand a newj ilume of stdrres Chicago Inter Wao ilriff EriiTjroIderr washing embraldered pieces wake a soapsuds with gjod white soap be fore plating Iu the nhen and rub the soiled pieces with a brush Rinse In several waters for It Is thesohp which affects the colors arid makes the Ijneri yelldw Onlf a single piece oHwotk should be washed at a time as em broidered artleies should not b left long In water Do hot wrlhjj the arti cle but press the water out wlth the hands stretch Carefully and pang In a shady place to dry Einbroider should always be ironed on the wrong side until thoroughly dry on a sGft thickly padded surface A blanket folded eight times makes a b6d paiL Aicleau soft cloth should bo used to Iron on and a similar one laid over the article Ifon wltb a juoderaiely hot Iron until nehvJy dry then reinove the cloth covering and continue Ironing bn the wr ng side until perfectly dry Always Irbn witjh the sreaye ofthe iifrnV so the article retain Its shape Laundered In this wiiyy the ojatPilgrim T r 7 GlrU Be AVomnnlyl Girls all of jrptf everywhere this Is a word to you BcAVonianly Be true tnyyourseJ es and bp guided by tho promptings of those who have been xperienrethemay lose the companionship of sqipe whom IQU think very gay nOd joliy but their cmii scent rlendshlpwlll be replaced by sincere respectand con mendation jt Is great fun perhaps to be ablt slangy In your talk Jo take surreptitious puffs of a cigarette or to deceive your chaperon ras to jpur whereabouts PosslDly for a time such n line of conduct wlfl nppe ramuslng and clover and you will uridoubtlngly think you are pleasing Tow Dick and Harry Mjy being hall fellows well me and willing to deceive those who 1iyt your best interests at Btqke Butwheii your back1 Is turned no one will be sp quick to censure you as they Remem her that and ont yield to the tempta Againbec A Pretty Dath DaaUct To the woman who Is denied the luxury of a private bath where she may keep all her toilet articles at hand a bath baskbt will be a convenience and con fprt Select a largo sized baby toilet basket into the Inside of which little silk rubber pockets of vat 6u3 sizes io hold the toothbrush nail brush bath brush the wash cloth and sponge Tile list may be extended in definitely to include bags or pouches for the talcum and rice powder while the manicure articles such as the fecissorsr flle orange wood stick etc Bhouldpesecuied tosethcr in a roll of chintzvpr silk like a housewjfe The bottom of the basket should be refecrv cd for the cold cream soaps of various kfnds almond meal vaseline and sim ilar artlclps Such a basket will beI found a pHtty convenieBcP easy to carry from orio room to another and combining iri onus receptacle tliejiium befless trifles which the fastidious woman reiiulres for her grooming 7T i Young Plants Evetyf farmer knojws that sonIe plants grow better thax others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the santt but some plants ark weak and others strong1 V j nd thats the iVy vith children They are like young plants Same food same home same care Biiisome grdvv big and strong while others stay srhairand weak Scotts Ernulsion offers an easy wayout of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation riot because of lath of food but because the food does not feecl a Scott Emulsion really feeds andy gives the child growing strength Whatever the caiise of weak ness and failure td grow Scdtts Emulsion seems to fluid ili and set th matter right Send for free sample Sdott Bowne CfietnislS Pearl SL New York see and Jtoo all druggists A Ousting freti A dusting set for housekeepers corn prises cap sleeves and an aproa with pQckets iiie Tast nanfed article la made long and wide fully protecting the dress From twelvV to eighteen Ruches of it is tunied up at the bottom and pri the underside By two rows otmachine stitching this is divided hub three pockets These are most upofujkto receive thiijl odds antI ends always found oiit of place on a dust Irigtoiir AS Well as ihe llk chamois aatl linen dnst cloths for qUick u er Tiibse serviceable dust sets are uiade- tpji crossbar linen toweling colored crjashif danty linens or indeed any other washable material Hi r t The Flritt Coraet JThep firsj corset nqtcountlrig ancient mbdlucatlbns of the Grecian zone br girdle wfis iutroduceainto Francfel Catherine de Medfci It was a strjn e affair and fashioned after the style iof a knightjs cuirass The framework was entirely of Iron and the yelvjt which decorflteclthe exterior oniyrSetjSfr ed to hide a frightful and cumbersoiqiic article df tortiire In the days that fbl lowed ladies Oft the court laced ibejn selves fri htfi liy and Wore the dreadful prison night and day In their efforts to obtain what they considered a per cct gi1 i The terfnniedibath Nbj artifice angnients wom iis witch ery more thun the subtle faint fra grance Aridhshe contrives to Impart tc thq fluttpring folds of her gpT ns and belongings Another means oi obtain ing tlie same charm s the perfume haUl whoso fragrapt roroa clingjatp the body for houisf afterwar Not only dpc the delicate scent cling fiut tie perfumed bath gives to the slilnJi kottf velvetlike appearance Suehva bath is an admirable substitute jTor nrQmatlc toilet salvesaud sweet iceint edaps Tile SUIct Gance A useful little aid to the dressmakfer Is the skirt gauge anjnstruyiejitjfor marking skirts at the length desireS ft measures from the door thus gin thh propjisi length evenly in spite of any Iriegularlty in thefjgure fitted Ve oftenrBnd spme inexplicable dipvijQra skirt after the mostcareful ateasuripg Resulting ttoidiit Uttle lneqliality lu figure A woiiiari who stands unevenly with knces bent is always Eardertc fit tiiidjn one iuturailyeiecjL SewinK on Dntton whpn se ymgon buttons with iiplts tirough tueffl lay a pin over the but tpn so that the tbi ad vith wbich TOU fire sCwfiig wflltalie In the pin Ater passing the thread thfough tlie buft6n as often jis necessary puA out ttInund wind the thread around betwpen the button and tIe cloth rThls avlll form a neck fprf the button maklngflt at onve eisler to fasten and strongejri Deep Brvutltintc Deep breathing hasa close bearing 6ntiie nerves The olithor of alta inous worc brt nerAousienslon and rest advises as a meatvs 6f calmiiigo self out ot a netfoua flutter thetakin1 of fifty Kmg breaths opening OTid clpslnj Iheeyelid gradually with edch breath ucia7sluiple niejhpil of keerIng cipol Dentally js certajnfy worth ry Ingi to saVthe least H St PetebtLW Women A wonjaUs bhi ln lit Petersburg Which has meiuMcishlp of iQOOv1 ras pposeofivTi1jndhig and injieecl of help lie president of the club is a woman puysrclan Dr Sthabdiijow who Is1 at time beaU of a childrens IiospUul fbuntled by the Princeof Oldenbufg To Ilcnoynte Crnrpel To renovafe crnpe ijiy Jt ona table and coverjt with a damp clotti Then pass a hotlron over the cloth us closely hs ypu can without actually touching if This treatment will freshen Up the jcfape beantlfullyr for thet steahj will canse it tdwrlnkle just as it dpesvheu n xcck WrtnkIiM r0 remove vr1n1les trdmu Th ckv make a iwrnady by mixing lanolin two ounces cold cream two dunces and vaseline two ourtees Perfumef Vith any agreeable scent Apply to the neck every night and cmsh outjln the morning White cotton crepori mafestery serviceable tind pretty bedspreadsSj It iIs lighj weight and washes beautifully ndeedrnq ir9nlng The orI4f cf fcctrls very pjrctty- Liglit colorc l or whito shades should not be used xbedroomg as they ate injurious to the eyes JDarkgreen is the best color Let thy childs first lesson be obcdi ence and the second will be what thou wilt FrrnklIn A TOoth in which Eplled clothes orr hoes b come moldy Is too dnmpfO health Mendl flMken ciihin The Chinese method of mcndin broken china is to grlnfl thin glass oq a painters stone fill it is reduced Iota impalpable powder Then bent it with the white of an ess to a froih and lay it on the edge of the brokeH pleces mctch and bind them tcgPtheY firmly and let them remain severaLxyeeks It Is not fct all HkeJy t vclll cvar break again in the same place 7w V J i r 1 1 To Cure a CoW in One Day Ta LaxttiveBromo Qtiifline aM tss- d4d t 2 o hl 3gute Ii wtoMtiMiM I The FaMers Supply louse f fI l 13 c J FIsl F 1b yOULSuppy ofet i i FIELDSEEDS IJl4 Of allI Iii ds Agens for OLD H1GEOEY WAGONS andf J S for the Belebrated iS W09D STEEL fl FNCESrr i Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade is beginning tQ arrive and is more elaborate than ever v r COAL in Qilailtity at Loi st Pri- eTEOMPSON +REEN I SPRINGFIELDJKY lii BiliousDizzy He dache Pain Back of your eyutsyour Ayei1PiilsCentlylaxative I Sold for 60 years r LJL J1 Want your rmoiistache or beard a beautiful brown prrich black U BUCXIN6nAMS DM-EE- itir eft of n r iiuijteo kn KITCHEN KELPS The bright teci ornaments of your range cajf be madfe to jsliine like new Cy rubbing wijh vinegar Enameled kJtclieBivafe thdt is burnt and dfscpjored jiiay Uefiasllycleaned by scruiblpg Vlth salt moistened in cinegar To p event an oil stove milling put tlireeor fpur pieces 6fcharcbalioJb the oil and there will tint be the sMghtest smell ii Ifvgreasp is spilled on tIm kitchen table sprinkle the stUin lit idiicc with coarse jalfj This prevents the g ease frbn iso king into the wood T brishtcn the mside o1 a cbffe or teapot fill withi witer add a small piece Otoda and let It boit about fortyfi ve minutes Ufnse thoroughly b riotbscraping dishes It is effective even weijd Wir dishcloth fails and maybe jised on ware that the wire would iaiur Cbrambn tacks are useful for clean lag carafes and bottles Puj a few of theSirljrqkeu pnewiirdo In the bot tlejvritb a little soapy Water and shake tjrl kly The sharp edges will scrawl offal tue stains V r City aria Country Glrlii Tjie girt whpns bookkeeper clerk stenpgrtjjpher nijiiiiler1 or teacher in her nfiliag e home receljes a jveekly auiry of5 4or 7 is far better off ffnoii plally than tlie glrliir the same occupa tipninVthe city who gets 9 ltt or li a we6kIn the first plflte1 the Uvlp expenses are much smalleri In the cduzi j try than in the city one gets very mliijjji more for jiier money in the way of honi comforts the wear arid tear of clptlijilg is muchiess drid as a nile thej work less harassing to the nerves since there is not the same hurra and rusji keeping brain find lurvifes stretchr- ejl to the tiglitesf possible tension so that After the days work is overone Ia iooftlrc lfa Jgo m search of1enjoy ni4 Vcrkiug l ng hours at muse we fJTiifeibraiii Wearing riewe rasplii tasks lit ahoR3 olflces counting rooms and Stores ca uses the city working girl tb long for wjatjibove everything else and In Itself precludes the chances of bet making desirable Acquaintances ex eept such as may Uc offered through church ailllfltloh nnd even these she istpo tired to improve H c Tlnr Pect Xo Lannrcr De lrnJUICi anuewas when to 1iive tlnyfeet was tliegreat deslce of ttlKwomanklnd The nthletcJBirt hap chianed nil that and by the next generation fenilnTpev es trefehlest iyiH liave grown toalinost classical dimensions As itis shape notjsize thai makeup mars the beauty pf n foot this erolQtion s very dev lriitito movlnjr fit ft flnha that the cha igeis owing tOthchiealtliy Outdbor life of the tabdlrh girl She Is so much on pr feetthat slrttdpes upt think pf jsqueezlng them liijto shoes a size too sin JPfof Iier ever was foot wear prejttier thad it isiiLpresent Vefl1 shaped shoes are within the fhnits of Jtheimost modest income and as for the stokIns they are I4npl11rqams jvWiih tile dfimanl for jargcr15hoc the stocking have alspgrov in size until wupre By anti 9 were worn five years the cali today Is for DY IP aut1i0 i Cracfuliy4doubl jjy proper brcatlitag The wonian with n chart neck shbuld hold lier fiead jiigh Dew systematic breathing isr thchiicst remedy fojr stoutness rfor the great nmpunt of joxygftri taken into tile lurtgz burns lout the carbon wfeph Is fatlv The bcst time for thlg exercise is jnst bsfoue dressin rnd just lifter m drowsing Tisht clothes aYid Ja Sng make awotnun apppar stouter antt any ideas to itjia ontr ry arjc delusions Tight fitua3 gannentaacceutuate the lines ofHhe body uiakinff sroiitness more coflspleuQtfs All women can Jearn to carry their bodies igrftccfUlly It is merely a matter f throwing put the chest dtawUig in the thin and walking On the tj pf tile Iect Whgn thesp I CAMPAIGN OEY Taken in cbaii e iy anything m our line except oiw Gas Ma t r cMflTW will not iKss of it at alL Bt hav over r 30000 SHILES Th Cwe must sell iy the NbvemL her jelection aMd iifr j the time toI get a good cash jtr gatiii f Sp1ei5nfiefd iuriber Co do you feupposdip fntp that bulk coffee before y ou buy it LU OO- CoffOcOurte iti ea1ed air tight paccaes no chance fpr handling or dirt or1 things jto gelin Clean resh mil Fragrant inree raies are posemea it woqiti lie rather difficult to walk tmgracefuily American Queen fliauket Blankets catii be beautifully washed in cold Wflfer and borax although I know Iimi Challenging the questioning wrath off many n housewifoi y saying cold In9teadr off hot winter But ix pericnce 5s an inimitably and not to be evaded teacher Just try my way and see If It Is not preferable to tojllngr over tubs of stoara Use a tablespodnful of wiiereil borax t9ezCcla pail of wa hstngplace Rhiso well aJuV hang by the edge in the sun Tdeyare as soft as ncu wljeu dry Sr Lduis GiobeDem ocrat ANovel ienag Sjhoe bag sare usunllir notedmore for utility than beatrty Soniethrng qijite novel inthfs Uriels also pretty enough iy iiuiio in yii xuiutir iue ruuiu ii closet space belacklnj On daf trl angular piece of stOut goodViro stitch e1 iour pockets cut like the sections of a parasol and setting out like one halt opened An old parasol handle 4s fastpned down thetentpr of the hack and serves to hang it up by Cretonne denim and graygreen linen are good rnUtcIUfl Y The Torm Any woman who lias much sewing done tit home find jjrbatlysjm pllficd if she adopts my iplIan Fit Waist lining Of some strong material and take it to any store wlAre covered wooden bust forms are sold Get Pne to Jit the lining asncnr as possible nnd t whbn Jt cjomos home put the lining on If rivet pad put till rlofirfanMos Ttrtth onK tun uiui mwi sew up 4it v 9vkujvjit can Iuitveiexnct dtipllcatcof one3 own Qgureon which to fit and drnpo and that Urmgpart of the work vlI1 thori be diminished to the greatest po pliJand1 utrJCITA quart of aspic jelly may be jnade of one and a half pints tft bright Fpnv sorame half a box of gelatint the white iof one egg half a cup of colfi water two clovcs one slice of onipn twelcO pcpitrc 5iiis one 8tAI arid a salfspoonfur bif salt Soak We gelatin for Cwo hojlrs In tlie cold water Put be otliojr Ingredients over the fire and siipmec for twenty tain j ntea after Jlny boll Add the tacltoff gefcitin nnd strain fUa vvbole through napkin Into a mold o dish to hardena Somethucfs the Juice 01l LtU Si IcmptL H added to tiifa 4pIy J THE HOED CTOIPT Aqua ammonia rubbed 4rit5 Au4 aroutid Pstii wii ofteu ure tbepaln tfcars UTS rubbed nfghtly trttk olive f oH they jnay be greatly lessened fil the course of tlnie y I rpultlces ate best related In a fetedmer pvet liplling wafer One may be hpafiiig while the other Js In tieabout t1i patient Earache may bp cured In many stances by heating somfeealt lrBlng it into a cloth and holdirig tJae ball thus formed inside time ear For burns use a dressing of saturated soda prfequai parts of Unseed qil and llmewater VascHnei sweet oil butte any bland oilbut on no account glyc erin whibh is irritating Keoii Ijandy a little bp tiet of spirit of Camphor and wJien you aije atta kei bjr neezing asan eyltjehce Of having takssn cold fake five drops on s gaiv Take three doses onjrfver hour and you need fear no ill effects An excellent remedy for pains In th back o Ue neck o ide the result being exposed to a draft Is aplater composed of vasellue apd mustards tw parta of the first to one of the Jitter Mix Sand spread on a piece ofmiiellni applying tnthe atrected regiosi Lrii HRdezI lt jIs just as essential fOia girl to know how to use her fists inin em r gency a It Is for a mMiv aid a teacher who advertises boxing le sons for men and women Jt Is want at all uncommon id New ouk iff tijre Or four womento join an eves- Ing ciassi ot bptg lessons and Aom of them are quite proficient pskucb Is far more useful W k woman than fencing although many of tKea io not seeni to think fto I know jsevettl teachera who give private bexln 10 EonS to women butithat W expensIve Any womnarI can llearn all thatJidi vantfo know about boxing 1ft a five dollarc0rse The only thing Then ii practice nnd to renlenibdrwhiat ke has been taught when an emergency Arise Some wpbien gain for boxfngiipply for tht exercise There Is noting bet tr for IcncliIn them agility oatkIrV fedt And for reducing flesh tfc shoulders bust auhlps Wopae must bstanght Qlfferently front sea They cjnM stand rbugh and tuaiblel work but they can be taught tp kit uaitl and juit where to lan f an eitec ivc blow when It is most fcoedcdV sew York Prea j 1 XeWI a72 Is Wfk Hs- DeWitts V 3tl- ccrIOJn n M DtWuti aWItMu tti4 lrs ibi uJIiI itchIL 1 MalKJt v7t13a ctPsEP5ss aunts ar SVs rmn as i iaus3rEcoewIttcq11d k m J iBURTON t f lDNTDLNTl- rac TEETH EXTRACTED ltHOUT PAIN h L jOvc1a fta Iock np stairs tk RI1EDXY A1 I erilal Work Strictly t Fintclmsrv 1I 4 t DR IJJ H1 LAMPTON 1 f OFPIQE i IE Opera HOUM i4 7 1DRJ SBKINGFIELD J 22K e r oFF1OEDr Rinebarts Icr e r allces ov r Peoples Deposit i Bisk Office hours 12 to2 pm r J WFGRIGBY rATTORNEY AT JAWIOffice over Peoples Bank i SPRINGFIELD K Ii c i K NttfceTi Taxpayers All taxpayers of Washington v county rll hereby1 notified that 1taxes for the yeSr IS03 ere now e due and prompt se lenient of p same is requested Also all per sons owing back rlaxes will take notice that ifisame are not set tlpd at ones thy will be proj1 ceeded against bylaw BYRON CROARE Sheriff df wa3hiigLonoounty L tfJ JA FARM POR SALE One of the i T i 4 countyAacres For further information i inquiref of l f A vi HRTBOMSONr A SpringfielJ Ky A rgrSgIe t A farm of 425 acres situated nearBookerstationw ll watered 1 fIe and in good state of cultivation j Will selLas a whole or in tracts V CtPlsuitJpurchasejv This farm is well tiihberedaiid isfine tobacco jj1aiill florprice and other in fofmattori call on or address X7 1vr J C MAtiN Booker Ky Pnblio Sale of Lana Personal Propbrfy i = executor ofthewill ofJ JjMartin Simpson deceased be fgihing2clokpmi on TUESDAY SE1T 15 1903 t 11 oja the premises 3 will offer for Isale to the highest and best bid I der the farm owned by said Simpson at the time Pf hisde tbi situated about 21 miles from I 4 Springfield on the St Rose and Lebanon turnpike in Washington county Kentucky and also at he sam tme and place I will offer fJr sale to the highest and best bidder ajl the personal Spidpertyoii4by said Simpson at the time of Ijis death cop sis ting of cattle horses Logs Asheep farming lmptntso1d and new corn hay c The yfarmcdn8ists of about 200 acres ofliDiatJo 60 acres oif which iiII fine Car trigI1c Creek bottom land as there is in Washington county and all of said land i- sj r well improved and Ina high stateof cultivation r j J TJERM3T The personal proper tr will be sold for ums of 10Sl andundercsbover 10 oa a It credit of 6 months hole to be executed with approved personal V security and bearing per cent t fjnterest rom date The land will besold dne fburth cash in hand and the balance in one two arid tbrnejyBars with interest from t date paybqannuIly and said deferred payments to be secured by Ijea rei3ned1upon the llaud with lipplation to the effect that lcIt either of said notes or interest isnot paid at maturity 4S then all thaj unpaid purchase money Eftid interesfc shall immed S iat ly beom due and piyabIe- Possession of the farm will be l given on or before Oanuary 1st jind the deed will tie executed cash payment must be made and V noterexecuted for the deferred J payments wfien possession1 is giVeni and parties e pecUng to J bid upira the land must be pre pared tP execute bond for the terfprmance ofilrtrconJracidn Ite olr sale jI tfTHUR tAN Executor of It iJiahnSimpso i1L f Fort Aifi Bkt store and iand in Pulaski county Address fi l tDRtTMMEJ J 0 MciKmrey Ky cf 1 I K = Oure 1 oa TOIN fiiiHN aaii a HLocal Happenings of In rtljThe Freshest and Latest 51 f SfI I S 1 C8KMUWUWWMM IBuy your fruit jars and your from Joseph A Shader Pure soda waterl not milk diluted served with haved ice at Jpgeph A Sihaders Nice fat hens eggs and choice frying chickens always on hand at Poultry House FOR StLE40 good ewes arid about 25000 good pavenfent f rickWP MONTGOMERY Anew supply fbats balls masks nits arid gloves very low at Joseph A Shacters Dr J B RoBards soldl Tsday to JJ R Down 1 of BJoqm field a nice young black horse f250 FOR SAL EA house and lob on past Main sireet for sale cheap and OH easy terms Apply at thisoffice Mr Eenry iernerjWtio has rented the store room formerly occupied by Ed M Russell de siresustoanno1Icethit he will ppertj the pllce on Saturday Sept 5 witna full line of clotn ing and gents furnishing goods Your patronage solicited c Charlie Mopre4 hew stage which1 he went to Boston severa- lrnontsaO to order hits at last aXrived and gone on duVy The sta Bijs of the same old pattern bf hasheennIIuse since the pioneer days and which use to be mae the special object of attack of the James boys and other festive stage robbers Mrft t Mos the local man ager of the Continental Tobacc Co authorized us to announc tttat his company will buy tdjbac co here this season heretofore This shoul 1 be good wstmany tab ceo growers in this county wh were regretting the report tha the Continental eon templated ithdrawing frdmthis county New stoi koft Fall Millinery arriving a Mansfields Our trimmers syill attend millinery openings and get new ideas lads and lashlo sand will be ready for the pu Ic by September 20 Mrsr Mans field will do the purchasing of s ock and be prepared to ojffer i i ucements with ex trenojely lo v prices Newest Fall Hat now on salk Will also shQW full line of the Gage and 6ther putt rn bats Mr James L Cophran at the joint sale of Mrs Susan C May and Mr GJchrair to take pfaGe onSJcpt8 see advertisement on first page will offer iort sale ofhermares in the county and her colts have beer sliownat our county fairs and have carried off the blue ribbop The colts are all by celebn ted sires and ate fine individuals Thejniiual fair hop of the Springfield Hop Club took place at iheOp ra House on last Fri day night and was pronoun edJ oneo4 the nicest sociall affairs given in Springfield for sometime The crowd was llarge though a select tr one aridj included many of the nicestj young people of Springfield asj well as from neighboring towns dolTty orris Belknap wits agues of honor and opened the ball with Miss Mary Lewis Saxons orchestrat furnished excellent music Cqlir Belkiiaps Visit Col Mpr isAB Belknap the Republican nominee for govieit npr of Kejntucky pentstl Kri ourItoW JJac lI1e over lroD Le1b anon at an early hour iQ thje morning with an escort of city zens of that place and jafter breakfasting ajt the Hotell Wail ton as a guest of Lieut Weo Reed spent the morning making he acquaintance of the citizens of the place and visiting the fair where he was kept busy shaking hard with the hundreds ofcii zens whip desired to meet blnr Col Belknap was entertained at WILewis and again visited the fair- S the af teriioon where ne ap peered Jo enjoy witnessing the live siafck displayed yheravhe made more new acquaintances r He attended the hp at the Q pera Ito 15 m tae evening Stn rt left the next morning on the early train for Louisville Col Belknap rtfade agOd impression nongthe peopie here eEI9cNAL RevG A Strickland is 4t Tatham spring this week Mr AVL Smitfi of Louisville was hprft the first of the week Judge Chas Patteson attended tlie fair ere Saturday h Mrs Dual iT pp and children arein Bardstown this week- t Misses jPearl and Bessie vamp bell are Visiting friends in Bard town Miss L clle MccJ sky fN son couiiiy iis visiting relatives and friends here X K Wharton aiid W L Caldwell pf Boyle county attended the fair here Mrs Kate Williams left the first of the week for Louisville and Indianapolis Messrs Ctarlie Mahoney nndI Eric Cafricb ofNew Haven visit friends here last week Misses Mary Lee and Robbie Simms have returned from a trip to Louisville i Dinwiddie Lamptoh lias gone tolGrrayspn county tp visit his grandfather V Miss Hadgie Brown entertained Msthides S p Mo r hId Jji H Iidypti sixhanc1 uhre last week Mrs Jolla ft Lewis entertained alewoff her friehds at sixhand euchre one afte nQqq last week JMrs M M Davis of Harrods bnrsthguestof 1wJr and Mrs S R Gray lipweek C Brent Roberts of the Leba Un Falcdn staff Was at home and attended the fair last week Miss Sallie McElijpy entertained somefriends ina charm iing manner at a flinch party Tuesday vening RevWE MitCbejIandl fam ily whovliave been at the SRGray home for a visit have refl urried home r Mr andf Mrs Charles Har de tyof Louisville were the uestsefT A HardeL siam ily during the fair j Mr G W Campbell after a pleasant visit torelatives in the county has returned tohis hpme tt Willow SpringpiM6j j 7 Miss Ada Trent and sist r and MisS Fay Walkerj of Lawrence burg were visitors at the fair last week f Robert Meyers and Mjss Bes sie Bretny Mr Eubel nd Mfss- Lila Pace of Lebaoan were over Friday Misses Burk of Jeffersonville and Perry of Louisville who have been spending the summer at Mrs Oscar Walkers haveVe turned homejj Miss Louise looker and nephew Shaker Robertson left Tuesday for Denver Col wlieie Shaker ViII remain at school for the winter Mrs S C Moore and daugh ter Kathleen and son and Mrs J R Handy accqinpaiiied by Will Green left Wednesday morn log for Sherman Texas iMessr Steve and Ernest Fulton Ed Matting1y Chartes Toni and SidWy Smith ware among the Bardstown boys to at tend the hop jiere lastl Friday Misses MaryEchols of Deca tur Ala add Margaret Halstead of Bardstowh and Mr Fred Xiangate of Decatur Ala were guests of MISS Mary Lewisduri lug theJai x Misses Duffy Rebecca Mc Elroy and Annie Jo Paden and Messrs RY McElroy Jr and Olera Hill p f Lebanon came over Friday everting to attend the hop They wOre guests df cMr and Mrs I H Thurman while here The following gentlemen left this place Tuesday with Senator Price of Arkansas tp investigate a new territory vjiichis- being i opened up for settlement by a hind syndicatei represented by Mr Price rJSIessrs rT Scott Mayes Byron Croake Conrad Hertleih and Joe Connor They are looking fbr a good thing as an investment and theiri frienas need not be surprised tp hear of them ominghQJIles on 4 bloated land holders tt- e e oItJIULAtt j TIIE DIFFEREIOE t LetHJ HJExam ine YoUr Eyes l s Freer Betweeq Uvtng well and living poorly is very Small if you buy right The fellow who knows it all is satisfied but people whoare seeking new ideas are willing to learn We invite you to call onus and let us shOw you how to buy SpectaclesT- heresonlydne glass youreyeprop dont get that one ghtss your eye is lia ble to PS injured We fit erich eye with the f prbper lense and at the proper i price CIF RUSSELL lMain St Springfield Ky 000 u o 00 000 4 BIO SUCCESS Was t Springfield Fair In Point of Attendance And Other V wise The Fortyfirst annual Spring fleidlair was the most successful one in every spectbatthe as soci ion bas conducted for years The attendance although inteffered with to some extent by the weather was large ijtie crowd on Friday being tneJargest eyer known for any one day and theI exhibition of livestock was good jii every department the rings beighotlOnte4tei The exhibit in the Floral Hall on the first day Was an excellentone the 6apacity of the hall being ltaxed to the utmostt9 accomoT date themany artjcJes put pn ex hibition The rings fjfr horses on the severaldays brought to gether some of the best sfipw horses in the State The twp herds of beef cattle besides some odd animals furnished a good display in that depa rtment Tlifc association yt li e w a y would do wellto and to thepre mium listfor cattle andV induce somE th lSof the many fine herds in the State to attend our fair AkatureofthOlasttWO days of theiair was the exhibition of a trrck hor ebelongirigt 0 Houtchens Bios which was rid den by their trainer Mr Cook This horse was less than six months ago bought by Dr Ro Bards of this place from Henry Cpyle of the eastern lof jthe county for about S100 He was then sold to Wibof Vil lisburg wbciin turn spld 1to Houtchens The horse was then a good looking but green young horse but under the trair ing of Mr Cook soon developed into a wonderful performer Heisa son of Fancy boy formerly owned by John D Kelley but now the property of Shan ha Brosbf UlisctuntyHe can now dance and do mapy rerark able tricks and is a Very valuable aninlaL Hputcliens Bros are said to have refused aVerylarge prife for him The premium aVardon very thing except the Floral Hall display we phbli1i4elo purposesMare James Eastlandq Is Irlara three years old anduri deli4 four JG Cammack Mare two years old and under thre6 HT Sandidge5 1st J J YoweliSd r Mare onO year old and under two Hi A Ttudd 1st id Mitchell 2nd Mare finder one year old J H Browne Ji1st Godda rd Grun dy2d Roadster Stalliqfi Roadster stalliofj F P McGar1 vey 1st Eastland James 2d B est pjir of buggy geldings R E Goddard Isti EastlonJ an4 James2d Special premium by B 1t Leachman best colt by his horse BVM HilllstT E Ballard 2d Bestcolt either sex owned in Washington county f X H Brown Jrlst Goddard Grundy 2nd I SECOND DAY Besl berkshire boar unSer one year old Orange Fry 1st Best berkphire sow Qij4cue old 1styear grange Fry Best sow und r one year old Orange Fry lst Best Poland China boar over ohe yearold Hugh Stiles lst Best Poland China Boar UndW one year old Irvine Wimsatt 1st Bes sow over one year Luther BUrns 1st Sweepstakes Best boar any age any breed Orange JPrye 1st Bet sow any age any br ed Orange Frve 1st L Sheep Bestfbuck over one year old C H Irvin 1st Henry ppauld ing 2dIBest buck under one year old- dV 1 w ww ww ww ww a t ffI J J ci i f0Jr ti I I f t 0 Ir I v jjr ew Fall Goods armdp g daily fe 3 GoriSe and examine iheirum f Large efoJ j1 gstoQk1 t fr f thisigt a season than ever r S fQrjtROBJRTSN IBitos c 3 jJ p ff i 1 3ftJ4iZJ w kIIc I irif t rr t jS A t tSS t ii- I IH q i m i tqii lt f f C H IrVin istvFenry iSpaulding 2d VVBest pwe pver one year old Q H irvin 1st J R Barber2d Best ewe under One year old o H Irvin 1st J B Barker 2d Sweepstakes T 4Ewe nyaeO H Irvin 1sti Henry Spaulding 2d Best buck any age C H Iryin lstJ 1rBarberd BuggyMares Speciall pr nif lbyWood Campbell best pair of buggy mares R E Goddard stlP P McG rvey2d Horses forGeneral Purposes Stallion fdur years o danc1 over P J Shanahan 1st J6hn R Walker 2d f Stallion three years old and unier lour C T Saudidge Stallion two years old and un der tree CjrSandidge ijjt J H Scott 2d x St llionapuo year pldxJ and Bin der two Chas Banton Tht tD G Gregory2d K f Stalliou underone year old D G Gregory 1st Harry Smith 2d Saddle Geldingsl v I Special premium by jEIaydon Barber best saddle1 gelding four years old and over J C Cam mack 1st J C Siler2d Best saddle gelding three yeajsi old and under fourS Eastland 1st J 0 SUer secondi j Roadster Rig Special premium by Wharton Tapp best Roads rpjare or aDlding Eastland Jafees 1st RE Gqildrd 2d r New York Saddle Class V Special preinium by McEnoy Shultz best saddle mare or eldin J 6 Cammack 1tTt 0 SandidgeSd itI Best saddle narestJqn gelding owned in Wahipgt county Sam Nallylst j C SlIer THIRDLY Beet Cattle ny bree3 Bull twa years old and oorT Scott Mayes Istj UAynoIi2d Bull oneyearl old and Under two T S Mayes first and sep nd Bqll under oneyear ol4 Bro Anthony tst T S Mayej 2d Cow two yeacs old and Over C A Wilson 1st T S 1iye2d Coyv one vear old arid1 under two G A Wilson 1st and 2d CoV under one year old T S Mayes 1st Q A Wilson 2d Swefapstalces Bull any age T S M yes 1st Ccw any age C A Wilson 1st Special premium by Thompson Green best herdof beef cattle pvnedpy one manone male and three females O A Wilson 1st T S Mdy s2ill x Jersey CpwSj Cow on i year old and over R H 1cElroy1ResrP P Hen essjayjj 2d T Bab Show Special premium by EA Cox handsomest baby tadei8 months old Mrs Hogel Mcllyoy 1st Mrs Jim Gull 2d SaddjoStalijons SpEciarpremium JY Mayes Stallion three yqars old and aver d T Sandidge lt P J Shanahan- ff Horses for HarnePurpOses Mare four years pld and over James Eastland 1st F P Mc Garvey2nd Mare three years old ind under four James iHTastland 1st RE Goddard dj irMare twP years old and under three 01 T Sjindidge 1st J Jf Yowell 2d t Mare pno yQar old and Under two Ed Mitchell lat IARudd 2d Mine under on year old W G Grundy 1st R P Hendron 2d Qeldidgs Geldings four years old and over James Eastland t 2d k n HOBD P EThLISTi FFicEln ETBcIrb Aw I 1jHflrmanently locatedH SPRINGFIELD KY Gelding hree years old and under Jour RE Gbddard 1st J A Carrjicp 2d RpckawayrRing CJlJafdoniEastland 1tJ G SiJer2d Combined Ring Special prem ium by Cunningham Duncan best stajiiofy mare org idini C T Sam1idge 5t J R Walker 2d Rpadster ring Special prem ium byF W Simms jCo best stallion mare Pr gelditig1Jamesl Eastland 1st R E Goddard 2d Special premium tfv B B Heachman best colt by his honsie J H Brown IstiT W G Grundy son FOURTirIAY r Best jack three yeldan4 over Wheeler Spauidiug 1st- GW Ppster 2nd Best jjactc two years aid and under three R W Harbeson 1st Best jack under twoyears ol- dGWPoster1stRH McEIiy2d Best Jjennett under two years Pld M AMackin 1st SepstakesL V Best jaickjany age RWH ar beson 1st Wheeler SpauldSn- gLVgd Speciali premium by the Manns Shoe tjp Qf Cincinnati vOhiov jutianyuge MA Jylackin 1st Mules Horse mule two y0ars old and HardI Horse mule Ohe year old aha under two Landers TMcGhord 1st vVtW 1 Borsejuuiounde oneyear old Tom Smith Isl iMua mUlettWOYears old anil oveV BVPi SlainI 1st BP HiH Son2d Mare mule on eyearoldand under two T W fhnmsC 1st and sec nd Mare mule under one year old mg1stfWGlark Sweepstalfea Horse mule any agey S Gibbs lstJB Hayddn2d J More mule any age f F- laVinI1sel M A Mackin 2d Mare audI mule colt Wheeler Spauldipgl Will Olark2d Sad le Horses Specialrinium by Marks Green marOthree years old and over T Ei Hpuohins 1st JVQ Siler2d i Harness Purposes Stallion tSOur year1d and- Over P P ifcGarvey 1st East land James 2d Stallion three years old and under fqur Janiis Eastland 1st C T andidge 2d j Stallion or gelding two years old abd jincler three OT San didge Istj rIE Hquqhins2d Stalliop one year old and un der two phaa BlanSpn i 1st Gtod dard Buster fd Mare nd Colt Speciall premium by J Bacon ifc Son Louisville Xy best tpare 4ind co FtD- r J Gregory 1st Wnr Counts 2d v v v JJt t Combined Ring y Mare or gelding T E Houchins 1st J CjSiier 2d j Double Team ISpeciftl premium by Cunning ham puncan best double team James Eastland 1st Goddard Bbstejrr2d Saddle Ring Stallion mare or gelding T 0 Sandiaga 1st T E Hpucliins 2d 4 t j T jancy Grrocieries Ii Inadditipn IP areuabjelin ttPlegr CeriJ Ihaveaniceliheof fancyg dsIJapTpeiito t 4if those tyho want something different ridb tfe Iia IWantiyp to seeThiy hneof V Specialties QaH udj ttles L ft 1l Also have pnHand reshfruitiaiii TO gstab1 i Tin season S S iC =t Ji y g eI F llrFurlllshIllgs IZ I F J tto t t 4 f Mt oW Woffldn auFdhuldreuld jl time 10rt ei IINoWjsthec 7 se S1iirtWaist Mtp buy aM WaMings Outing SMpte W0 are offering i IC J J Silk jainghams anii Silk TissuesS for 3t I 40c Satini Sfre Ginghams for i25c Satin Stripe ainghams fbr Ific J 25c Lawns and Organdiesfor I5c 2Qc Lawns and lnghamI2 12 f I2c Plain and Lace Stnpe Lawns 9e 1 A nice assortment of Ladies BlackJ t Mohair Skirts Anica lline 6rMis r Blue Mohiav Accptdeon Pleated SkirtsTheslevery popular find we are inaking special price on them i We are making I heavy cuts ijn the pricey IIJo i t CLQTHbINt 1500 Suits for 1000 r 1250 Suits for 85Q p I 1000 Suit fOr6N75 0 800 suitsfor 5QO y 500 Suits for 3QQ 1 ri miss seeing thse riiru a t many f themt weight and caribe worn WINTER arid SUMMER anti can be bought at half their value fa V v h j cc We are offering oiiriBiitire Stock at Deduced pMces to inak0 roOm for i ui immen 0 Fall and Winter Stoeii 1 r t T It Wfe always f make Special prit t1j j fiv j iir ofc1t I 0 CSHB1JYBRS f t4 Yours Very Respectfully j l r t Cunningham I Jtonfip j r1 I r lJoTcN 5 M 1 ElROVII tE z jN RAt IINSURANC A6NJ t IJ r JrfC mf OJPiiP dfrf1n d tlci OVER V PEOPLES AA V k ktt t During benbe from office T F rGrfgby- or I r GeorgeNeikirk will attetd to any buslns- sfori i 1t5 31 o i u1 You have it You dont want It Thei- Why keep it Drive it ioai irifflh Ayesj t 11 Malaria and Ague Cure k t I J ttii i t- iIwAN S I r MISS IDA MTRITT z C7sver WiWk II- tietaHreai1 Ida I Trifr A llr Bender oung Ieian not jopre than twentyeight ijyeaM of 050 Jijpneof the few women r4 wb4 Ueld an esecutlvenpositjph In a I rtU kC dompiinjln the United Stated ITtt treasurer of IW- york aaiQiMgni County Street raH II waI Wbenee Long11and City bya reporter the first vomdn treasurer t Storn wjth some hesitation of the btsi neaeareer which she has pursued so uth fufly i iI was bom in Carlisle Eh she dlp1maMwhen I was thirteen But I had covered by that time that I didnt want teteach scr I studied stenography and tiJari later when was flffpftti I et4da local office as stenographer iad known Sir Bletam who was the enern1 manager of the Phlladcl- ph Traction conieapy ever since I 1i4t v njsai IDA M Tnnr little glri and when he offered S3fl a position I accepted It td went to t iPhiladelphTa I stayed there uutillS00 when he WAS made manager of jthe i New York ahd Queens County Street t f Kallwny company and he offered meat similar posjfipn here I vhs very much gratified when 1 ras elected treasurer of the road and like the duties very much lam at 4 the Jead of the bookkeeping depart jincnt and superintend thquftoufltlng of the receipts whip is done by my ten young women assistants l ala quite used toTTandjIng large sums of money IIand never think Of the piles ofsllvej that pass through our hands any more f35han If thy were bitsof paper I have a handsome salary I wont say ho v jiiuch and live very corn fortably with my i other inNew Y rkfhavelalways made a practice of say ing a little every week jeven when was receiving a mere pittance m Car lisle v I dont read much now though sev k cral years ago I took the full Ghautau- c0a course 1 litre no Ibngerirytuine Jfor books and am satisfied with a vlglance at the mprnlng jtyd evening pa pats dont belong to any club and amnot athletic I like roy work and JJKVC found iif eryeasyr BeBldeSfbeii treasurer it am head bookkeepen of 4he company At jBchctol I wasvery fouot mathe maticSracd that has helped me a good deal SS Pa1eur1z1uW 31f1I k There are few better foods for babies than those which hare milk for a foun dallon but1 the thilk must bethevbest says Mis Catherine Terhune llerrlck- in the New York American There are SyarlOus methods of treating the milk but tha two bct known tire sterlliza tlon and pasteurization The second process is more generally advocated by those who have made a study of die tetlcs7 To pasteurize milk have the vbottfes- In jvhlchJt Is to be hit scalded lujjoil1 ln afer for twenty nilnutcs to ster- 1lllie theoi thoroughly turn the milk Jutp them and set them In a pot of bolT liifc water which hag at that moment bnttkeii fromtliostove To avoid danger of breaking a cloth may be laid Injthe bottom of the pot andthp bot ties serSn Utls Leavje lreai In the hot jviter a thick doth tprcndrover them Sfo half an hour and then take them out and place them ationcein the refrig rrptor or other cold nlace This checks I tbje iirocess o ternilatloh at just the rbt stge The hotwate mu ciue- f xifrly to the top of the milk bottles Understand clearly that the water ls Jot tO boll after the milk bottles ore put In It but is to be kept hotoff the t stove1 iJ JOf course he undiluted niilk Is not given tp a yiQry young Infhnt pithert boiled wptef or barley water Is added to if In a proDorton graded by the age STARVED OUT I1any a garjson hat been forced to Sglye up thefigIt aiiI hsagout the white i fiag of surrdr wbei lack of fod has Weakened the jnfen past all power to continue the struggleS c4 trength to carry on the strnggle he turns his store oveto an other Dr Piercers Golden SMedical Discovery- I yures diseases of the komach and other or- gaas of digestion and I restoresIJ oa rnaowirmeii and WOrntL- l A1iit tee yean ago IWgad jto te iifflleted with Komach trouble alsodlar thea u writes Mr Wm MoLr l rar weather It retworse uotil it xrould throw chillImyodbadcdme remediea bid they gave only teaiporary rtlief In Hatcater l8 thought I jrofjd try Docto Piercea i o14ezi aiedlcal DUcorerr Many a min is similarly starved out of business HU digesti6n id itdpaired His fdod dbesniiot- nourish him and tot lack of ponies asia toot fare Jnsoccwiion then HwMCht I would wait for a time and take the eat EeL Soon found I hadaymptotna of the jroeble coming back ttt tool thc sixth bottle oiaI ailjelotigsPTDiacovery cant rttM y many thanks to Dr licce for is I r it did cajiwreitprearhowacTerelylsumrrw IS4 themHaawerintIfc Pi rce8 Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowel and stimulate the sluggish liyer 1L 5Ti 1 Straifi AfXe t uH Gen ie ral Health O crsDoses We aK ened Sjomach- brlMiles NcrvlheCured T Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and Bwett sleep to the tired brain wpra out withUfce cares and anxieties1 of te sickroom Reafl the following II have always been healthyjrfithlthe ex ceptipn of a touch of rheumatism since my a 2e came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some years ago I assisted in nursing my husband fgr nearly three months when he departed this life and themenul Strain I think caused my trouble Aside ron extreme xiervousxess my trouble corn m ce4wJth sore throat and nura1gia 19physicisJp gave me purgative doses which weakend me very much and m stomach or a time seemed inactil Mental strain and the dormant condition jof my stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part pfthe time Within sveek after the time I began fakin r Mites Restorative Nervine and ToijTc I was lip about the house 1 continued their use until completely cared My faith in Dr Miles Remedies lies been strengthened byT cxperienctof otherpeople out daughter hay lug used Restorative Ncnifie with splendid VesulUi in a qaseof paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiRain Pills re ports that she hat been completely cured 6f neuralgia by their use know of a number of others whom yourmedicine hashelped in a laige dcferee I wish you continued success Mas Fwc CorriDaytuu Va All druggists self and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies 15end4eVree book on Jfervpjus and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart tad trmilk ndWiiternre given with aboi onq pa jt of uillk to two of water of even more ias the doctor decides with the addition of a small luanlty of sugar of iulllc and the proportion qf mIll 4s increased as the child grows older ItralB Brarrn and Urnis The YToman who succeeds Ayhether her metier beCOmmerclal professional or artistic must have brain brawn anti brass without these the structure Would Cither never be reared of being erected would crash to the ground J Brat site must have first of anand most of all for like a general she must plan her campaign r Brawjn sho dust have to wiThstand hardship and physical suffering and mental worry Bras she must hate to parry1 Or clash with arid pea tdowii the brassy jwedpdifs that assail her frond every jquartor The successful commcfcUtl womau has in addition fp these a quick In sight lito human nature a nimble wit Enterprise a power to obliterate or as serE herself at will and the judgment land discretion to know jhen anti where to do one or the other Also site must have a thcroUghly practical mind a poise born 6f sel1f confidence and strength of Will tp overcome all ob stacles Masculine qualHIestheso hut a worn an must possess them to succeed In h erritry ltere liercompetitorsnretiio Bhrewilest men 3n the worldBrOwu Book The Poutlua llnlilt jjirls you AVho indulge fu the fcute lit tie pouting habit remember that it is very InTportant that the features should be tcalued to composure and aligrlmac iit liabit avolaJ Ltn aare t1epencti byl contorting the face Into ugly and l1IriMTJ olii when eposed to a strong JIght for example a habit which can be oveyeomd by a llttIpthouglit and fftToit v ilany young people havea dis agrdeablp fashfou of frowning and scowHiig land as they griw older the Creases tfius formed become fixed These iineb are not immediately appar ent on a jtoutbful facejfot the skin is elastic In lateryears The elasticity is lost and expressions oft repeated form permanent folds in the skin New 0r leans TimegDemocrat Words Prom an oUt Advl cr tmliii ol fashioned book of recipes its written A womans hair should smell only sweeter than her skin and her skin o tiiy reshctthali her breath TplustirethlsBhoultl be her dally care for a wom n whd looks not altogether iqvely bellesthe purpose for which ua tdre created her Therefore If ye would bj ever fresh and dainty In your toilet Ufbep upon your fable a bottle of myrrh With which to freshen you mouth it bpt lc of tenzolq to sprinkle In the jtVashlng water and a bottle lavender water wltb which to dampen your hair The Plnlu Girl The plain gtfl must be Immaculately neat hrh6r dress nlrrays Awisp of hair put otlilace whrch would perhaps only enhance the attfactlpfas of a genuinely pretty woman becomes rank unf tidiness when seen on a plain one vhat a littl to one side will give a dainty Impud nt air to the one in the othi crit merely looks as If pu on iu a slovenly fashion And It is all ajbng the line Let neatness b yuur watch woid plain girls If your would make a social anjl perhaps laler on ft rnatrij monlal succcss for yourselves Ii1unqr Place Cards An eCfctlt place card Is mndd ofjl heavy waiter color paper cut In the forth of n quaint Church tower with ppeA belfry In which haiigs a real bell very tiny but having a silvery tfnkle which resounds whwj the card i3 th9ved about The tower ila palhted in watet colora to fnittote stonework and aj vine ia shown climbing over the moss grown stonas Sometl iespneof the old inlbilon towers of California Is shown 01 a place card such as this of else an pncitut Ivy grown belfry of Englisb ilgto w She4 Plan houses The only wpman ever atJnirtled to the M aster Carpenters sodation la Miss Louise Catherine Htnck xf lontdluir N a i iS3 flllrick Is a graduate of Vassar d of the New York uriiverJlty law school but she prefers to Spend f her time in putting up beautiful hud conv tlk lt1ClC and manly of tha most attrjactlvo homes in Sfgrnclair are olter lieslgnlng She thinks that women can do this work much bett9r than men arid the women who live in her housbs are of the same opinion For Olllnc floor In oiling the floor with jlmijeed oil use a halt gt lion 0ifbpile4 unseed oil mix ted wjth n Quarlfirjof a pound of burnt Vslenna a id rub itj on the floor witha jiargs ooln rag A strong dtfcpction of tLe iIi Sdfe of ted opk hark set with copperas4 mithes i iilce dye fqr 1i4ors After itibblng It In thoroughly and let ting it dfry rub the floor with a axed brush I rlIwr AH ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Ts3ued by Slate Commltteo 00 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial C ni Mention oftbe Stato of iutuckybe1dI lathe city of Louisville and 4thday3 of Jujie 1903 the undersign Were appointed a cbjnmitteiB for the purpose of bringing the amendl ment to theconstltutlon of the state which ls to be voted lipon at the No vember election this fear to the at tention of voters of all patties In the sUite arid obtain for It the necessary number of votes to secure Its adoptlod the amendment1a purely a nonpar tisan measure vitally laffecting the In tc esta of afl citizens of the state no mafter what their party affiliations or occupations may be br where their places of resilience are situated The beneficial effects which will fol low the adoption of ho omendment are oo vast that they can hardly estimated The evil that will result If by any chancb the imendment should fail of adoption wIll be Disas trous In the extreme to the best In terests of tile state The adoptlcn of the amendment will not change in Vie least the present sys tern of taxation in Kentucky for state and curtypurposOsas it applies on1 tp tad levied by cities anti town21 their own local purposes The jnanfacturers merchants and financial Institutions In the cities and tovns of our state are now trenien dpusly handicapped In competing with thoe In other states by the provision of our state constitution which requires the lame ad valorem taxes to be llevied oh ail personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as Is levied by them on rent- estate within their boundaries This prqvislondocs aot Xist1flot er states 4n which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and i financial Institutions are located so that our people In those lines of bus ness are at a great disadvantage In competing with those of oer states and theresult lIs that our existing In dustries do not grow as they should new iIndustries are njotestablished In our state in as large number and 1m portance jts in other states which dp nOt posses anything like our natural advantages but ln which taxation is not nearly so burd ttsomo and onerous as In Kentucky The provision of our constitution vhlch the amendment after its adopf- tloh wily cure also operates to drive capital from ours mfTldt and compels that which remains with us fo charge Us higher interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pax If money used In banking dud financial operations was riot taxed oI exorbitantly for municipal purposes farmers and county merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of thisn amend mont qf thpconsUtuton will riot bOne ficiallyaffect you If you want existing factories in our towns andcities to grow so as to give exnpipyment to more menifyotrI Inew Industries tbibe em Iploying still more men if youlwantj if moro consumers for your fkrm pro diicts and inore buyers at your cotta ters If xou want lower Intereaf Tates when you borrow money if ya want to lessen your state and eofntyjtax s fIn a word If youVant aa mucfiiiiros I parity througlrout the length and breadth of pur grad old common Veaith as prevails in other states then yotp for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for It lEveryezIatiiig factory enlarged and ejery new factory brought into Ken tucky through this amendment to curi r cbnEiitutlon means fLower State ahdCointyTaxeI for alltire property thus brought in will go to swell the assessments for state land couitty pffiposes which wl enable thp rate to bo reduced Let the amendment bo adopted by an verwhOim itt voleln its fa or 7 STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITTU TIONA XMENDMiENT V 8 Gharrman Asliland4 Gao C Tnoirpsox pjidueah- WO NONES IxjuKviHe f SN LEOXARD Eddy IUo Jos J Laxma Hopkinvlllo- WlTUlinV TlBnwriFB niiaaolvlll WuA BoBijJraox LquivJlle J 1L KNOM Lebanon ALVAC LTKRjn LtIsvt1ia I KICIL P EHN T Covlnftoa HBSBT DUN tN Ilxintun o7l SFano Vfaeo HE U istiisK iiulsvJHA QiBBtTt WALL Haysville JlqR PcjiBT ffinolitts r r kWtLflaowi London n Whni aialtea nPretlr Mouth withoutaiugli girl Who hadn nretty mouth Shape has nothing todo with the caae jiupid bows and euiyed Hps art frlvo- lous Go6d teeth n awectiVteath smooth lips a red tongue soft voice and kind words are fbb essentials ota nice mouth ii tnnclicon Sci Delft blue liienwbrfeed In whito makes lovely luncheon sets Quite thp BUiarjest thing in table llneu is tEe old fashioned trfsli J iinen smooth and glossy of surface stiff but thin Rusn sian anti cluny laces tire much used anti are very effective A hatpin holder Is a long bottle cov ered with fa lace edged silk handker chief in some delicate Shade the four corners drawn tightly together at tile top making a pretty finish To remove pil stalna from varnished wall paper wash with flannel dipped jn Cold weak tea and rub dry with a sort cloth f NEEDLEWORK DESIGNS One Tint Cam Be TTaed to VdrantaKe In Vnrtoua Dltectlnua- Ueedlework Is always in vogue1 nOd Its beauty asa decotatipn In the home Is always appreciated Ampng the old time designs used in this dainty woik there lingers jm atmosphere of chnrm and tlje colpnlal design hownIn the acpompanylng lllustratlop cpu1 be used IiJ vqrious ways dtebnir backs anI arms1 It is wrought on natural gray linen in CoJOrs of blup npd green blend ed in solid shaded Kensington stitch making In effect what we call fri descent work berries In iurnt prnnge Jn satin ptltch sterns in Outline in COLONIAL NEDCWOIt DESION hunters green and ribbons at base of the wreath in two shades of mahogany Jn tapestry stitch This saute desjgn can be used in thts corners of a square luncheon cloth WIth plate and jap nap king to match wrought In china blue linens or cottons of Ip all white on an unbleached jftnenj lour co iers ofa sofa pilloW wrotihtln bluesfrom tlu Silvery to the metallic n va grayigreeii ml mahogany satin sheeting ground fee a chpicfe pllow Philadelphia dgor patiBlitpr And I ntlicr There are two things that can be done by a father for his daughter and that If they werenlways done would In We course of n single eneratipu make our womankind apprpach4 a level which they have never et reachedl JThe first Is to gain tie confidence of his daughter in hr oarlier years mid the iecind is to keep unimpaired and to perpetuate It If he be his daugh ters friend and chosen companion findimpartIngknows wlth the intuition of a woman and the breadth and sanity of n mini tiiegirl will grow up with a mlnd un Hlje the minds of many women In Wlfom femininity verges upon fatuity From close association wjth a father the young girl quite unconsciously ac flUires something of the largeijess of the mans nature and loses gqmethliigf o the pettiness and narrowness of tlj i womans iflsjl tolerant genial spilt wHl madcrate her tense cmotionnlisni hfs sense of humOr will rid Jidr ofsentl ment and hnbite her witli a sense Of true proportion his fun his good corn radieshlp hIs affection and his knpwi edge of life will help to seiidher forth Into the world strengthened audi tie eloped hs no purely feminine Iritluence could strengthen and develop herSt t louis QlobeDemicJ f Vhdairfiijf CouRli Job S0bel gives the results of his owiLoiperieiujc with the paroxysms Of whooping cough treated jby pulling the lower Jaw uownw rdsaiid forward Puillng the ToVer Jaw downwaril nncl fohvard controls the paroxysmi pC wliooping cough in juosthistiiilcesand inost of thetimeV TheJriethod Isiisunl 1y iiiore succcsstW in older children titan in younger ona and infants In cases without n whoop the Expiratory Spasm with Its asphyxia Is generally overcome and in those wlthn tile loiter is preveutod It is wboojI cessfufns uuy single drujJ oreveir mqre so fotliers should be nstructtd In Its use scr that attacks psnecially at night uright bearresteiU The ma liipulatiou is harmless andj palhUjas Its only contrajndfcatlonigitiiei pres cnce of food irrthfr mouth or esophaf gus Patients thus treji ted are less likely tqsuffer from cOirWlicfhions and sequelailtliaHv those treutjfd only medic inallyJt 14 advisable toitrylthlS meth od inothep spasmodfcK coughs and laryngeal s idsms1 NeV York Medical Record Home SUtu iipo Drtecl Eucnchc One reason why womcii are IroUbhjd with earache more generally than Inca Is their raetliod of drVlng the hair after 0 heme lmopoof said a doctor Thoy dry It with a fin which1 Is quite proper but the way they us the fan Is entirely Improper Instead lot wieldingthat sv as to send thcwlndthrpugli the strands of hair they manipulate it in suchfas I Ion that tljey bimv areguhu gaje rlghl Into thp ear and the consqqueifcr that for several daVs after the slminpbdi the cleansed ocklothe alartd lint Jtthe Seitt of a Hghty trssoftmenfof aches and painlY If Instead of the ears the hair Itseluwere ranxje thQ ccn tcr of the artificial cyclone the drying process would beffeped more quickly anti a severe ahack of earjlohe avert ed V LIP Serene From Tlirtfnd II It Inc Ladles whodo a great deal of sevvifig frequently suffer a great deal from soreness of tie mouthrind lips and ore often at a loss to ascertain the cauSe ofi the trqblf Halt Jle unto itl simply theTijsiilt of bltlug ptf thread Instead pf iwing pair of shears for cutting In the ease of sllfc thread the danger is quite marked because It is usual tq Jsonk the thread In acetate of ieadn Artly to liardenIt and give It a good surface and also perhaps to crease weIght somewhat If this practice Is fol lowcdi regula rly rtud very much silk thread lsAused the jresults may be quite serious and even lead to blood poisoning Irrniikfurt Death II6u ci In Frankfort the body of he deadtaf- removcfl a soon ns life Is exttiict1to lelchpp hniisen oi death housfcs where U rests until the first signs of tlecbmpPsItton appear Such a death lipilsp coislstH of n yaidersiooiri with flve ileath chambers on icath hand A rlngon the finger of each bjBidy Ja con necfed with a bell alit should one a trance that hind been mis taken for death he could symuion the irnrd f Since Fntukfort xljas had drath houspg several young girls huTe Wan rescued from being burled alive Munlcii has a similar syutem T F J Tub Day DM Conic Ills chest liphyeld convAilsively and tire veins stdvJd out upon his forehead In lib anger he niivanced toWard the other with outstretched fist Hut by a strenuous effort he controlled lijnreelf No matter be mutttfred savagely The day Will come Sure eiiouph at dawn the next mqrn log faint streaks pf gniy penciled the eastt Later nt Its accustoiuc4 hour th0 sun arose Titus was the pror hvcj ulfiilcd SSf i TotLET TJPS Dont forget to wasl the dust from tile eyelids very nlghtbefdre retiring iBran water to which have b enflddcd a few drops of iimmonia is Xbry bene ficial for the complexion Dont borax apd rosewfier to te vmove tan and freckles without put ting pnn little cold cream afterward for b6rax makes the1 skin drj Much spilfd hands should bc rubbed with soap and then with bran Ths will remove the dijrt vb y qnitdynid the biph wlli soften the water and keep the hands smooth For soft gums that bled easily a few drops of mytrli added to the wa ter Jn whichtlio teeth arc cleaned wiH be fpund excellent Strength fe pf less importance in cleaning tile teeth than thOroughness Chatcpal while a capital cleaner pf the teeth Bcidom recommended by dentists 5pT only Is it untidy to use but the particles have a tendency to get betwepn the teeth and he gains making the latter recede It iis sold that a lotion comppaed1 of two ounces each of rosewatei alcohol ami gljjceiln with bud teaspoonful of boiAx a certain cure for jllackhieaii Af terqlthiug the fa enigl t ahd morn ingvrub In wjith the Ijmd1 Toilet Article There arp people yvlo botrstof their allegiance to one particular brand of soap or tooth paste ast if loyalty to toilet articles was n virtue as holy as patrlotLsinqr junrltal fidelity It d Qtnt pay to be so steadfast It Is hEld for tile complexion All beauty doctors who have not preparations of their own pn the market say Jhatft hV skin needs a change 6f food tia well psthc digestive brgons sold one of tiiese fepoclallsts No matterj how good a ofip or pQtder may bej flies tissues of the face grow tired of the steady diet and need ft change Tile wtse person gives them tlintehfVuge The prepara tlon substituted ritay Tiot be a bit t ter than the discarded LfavoriteHper hops not ao good Uut thej skin responds gra tully to the different treatment and little eruption rind flemishes that are purely localaiid rot caused by constifiitioual troubi soon disappear After a little the diti stiiridby maybe tcIl1totchvaislf one wishes a tiptop complexion f TKe Idcni Bedroom 7 The bedroom shoull be provided wlfli jhe esseiitlals for healthful sleep aid the dnll sponge haul As nearly as possible the room should be kept free froui anything that would tend to con thminatQ the air It shoujld be as large as one eHialRCorlf and tht windows so arranged that they may be opened at the topJ7aiu1 bottom If possible the floor iTpUkl be bare and thp rugs so small tifat they can be JUtken out of doors with ease for defining and ahipjr Everything about the roouj should washable The bed should be light and fitted1 with strong crfsters so tlyitllt may be readily moved The springs I oughto be finn and strgngHinilxthe mattress of ii kind that will not allow the heaviest part of tile body to sink nOd so cause this sleeper to lie Ji a cramped position SIartypeopIe prefer it cheap hard jnajLLregs next to the springs nda light one oflialrdn this But any kind of ma tttess Is better luau one flint l1oo soft thove all do not overfurnlsll the bedropju Tie Beat Bfcnuflfleir AJrand actually sweetens time wh6le per j tlieIlit for her titles Soiiie women Iftive iiti Idea that duly Yoine very hlippy occur rence cnn produce pleasant thimiglts Thlsis an erfprieous ideaus vtll aQ- selfisltt rie ffnit It proves that there lit nreclous little Iteaut of eh rQotprI Pleasant tlioughts are arpaEt of piir selves ot our disposition auilbi r ways anQ cacao to as noiselessly and beautjftijjy as the sun bursts Over the sea dad ireilectS itself therolij The woman sIio thinksTclndly atid harita- bjy of other Vljo sees ri silver lining to evary cloud jproves that time stand ard of her iniml IslItigil nOd mire anti frcb from Unhappy tnrlt It is ln the power of everjL iwdman to make herself sweeter andnobjler sfiiiiUy for the lrying Is4QmuaSerct of Atrno Iveiic Kot all Avpine v can be benutlfnl of coiicse but some pltai iof j6ttretlve ne iisvlflsln herijachUof nil It Is nn ex pti6nal jiersori who bus not one redeeming vfr ue jttairt coibe cy- Ira fed Sqd volumez hit been writ ten en this suTsjeotj In this wisrJjQ h I slid fs doiibtlesi well Verptd and list litwl the rmmif amid regnintloft tho- ricly with le ImpSiflcsp success than lie fxpccitd lime fwcreti hire nit Ihuigetl theihs lvs ail still rewrajn inacinUable Ri t tbrre iii a secret tluit iToil It is not itew and to mpny It doundsT roth r prQy but It really ilta pay alt rlv lio have found It can tstlfy i uN and positive thdtiglits always pit V bccfaiise they re lax net only mind hut cv9in the muscfos of ti o ificci lp this siejret and see for yOtbtlfAlherlcMIIl Queqn BLACK S DRAUGJITSTOCK POULTRY HEOIGINt Stock aild ppliltrj have few troubles Which are not bowel and liver irregular ities Black Draught Stack an Poultry Medi cine is a bowel aijl liver remedy for stock Jt puts the organs of digestion inja perfect condition Prominent American breeders and i herJsanl floctialillCla healthy by civinpr them an occa 5ionaldoteotBlacliDriitight Stock and IoultryMetLicine in their food Any Stock raiser may buya 25cent halCpound ajBtight can Ut jliis mcqiclne fcorn his dealer and Ntcep his stock in vigorous healtlifor uvik Dealers gener- aUy keelockDrauht Stqck and Poultry Mnhome If yours does not send 25centi3 for a Sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanoogi afedfcine Co Chat taiicoga Tejin RocHBiiH Jan 1902 BlaikTDrapght Stock end Poultry Medicine Is tie bes I eortried Our stock was looking bad when you aant mo tho medicl4p and now they are getting so fine Thpyaro looking per cent bcttpr 8 IVBflOOKINGTONl EEC KJYS CHECK Eabtdettfle Ills Sister nuta She Got the 5iony Beck siqotset1 it 6Utcarfully on the table and rdnd It aIn ThaXmade the fourth tiii How1irnportnnt nd- growi Lflipoqkyrtearbornt looked on- aeliOclntri1ychae1 that was ioing to be cashed j v She hid trxtteqthIe 2 cents learln Up afte Bos u OBSlada nlBhts Mamma said iultt t6reht to Clearing howe to be casheof she thought what veb hilt meant rkiitssjqQ nu got it cached now the hit lp girl murtuured But Tir ryegoVmlindorsevt You cant get any jgood 6utxV checks unless you Iudrsij themiheij theyre just actly ns good as uVojipj only they don t jlu glen9 ii She got Hip j pep and the ink bottle and ftownspjrtrly before Inainmas desk 3t wifsHi tegular business po ceedlng lndor IngaclAecks You had to thke plenty 6ttlme1 tirs site turne lfhe chpck over aftd thcn about a third of the vay down from oneemV tl e top end she wrote in big careful ctterS Becky Jear tbrnj spelin itjaToud a3 she wetitto be sure it was right She was qulte satisfied with tltcf resuftv There iipw 131goi to the bank hn- get ny mpuey1 prlsald with a little breath of robOt Tlie bank wafe lisipaJPesxdesk life lookedup rit Bee ky graVeiy nOd then clbwrat the clieclc Beckyvbearborn he rend tou are Becky Dealborn Yes sheSjoic sajd Becky prompt iK AJWm liraJ But I tlilik yoii mu t be lii htiflwl n ilaia It 4 our rule If ypuwmbring a friend of rciris fhat Is kupvviiito iis r Qlu yes Ixwlll and Becky hurried sway RIte findj bx en identified once ieforeso she knJhv llow But there briOgjthiisAere somJEb ijV he announced at the barikMjmpliig all oVejB wjtli fun Ah hai hiiij liui pn identify thisladynsBce1cy DearbbtTu lrr7w Beck phichcd Boy Baby and Boy 1ia1smi1F QiVery well ETere Is your mOjiep madam TlNhjiH have to give it to you In small jaliange Papa Joe gravely hande l but two pennies Alid fo that was Mamma Too was Iftttghiiig over by thevwini W Beckj ltfughdrtoi anti Boy fialiy loplfed Important YpUth8 Comipanl6it Tue Eluaytjlqunret Here Is ft puzle called the eiiisjve square vlth ffilcii you can test the skill fliid patiehce of your little frlendi h r jipy TO THE souinii ani whldt may veii make papa nnd mamma tor1 very hrrdr befprib cHher cahsolvejthc prbbloiii IICut the square front a Sheet of slrrins or Tcaiidboard add then ciii It lu lo nine sections as shown by the fdu dotleU lines vfX6w shulller the ple ea and lovite a frl nil to put them na geUier agaih so as tto foruithe orlglnJil perfect s4unr cl ibe4tnche j It Is hard tto realize wJict our ances tors didwlthdutltiiehelpofspectaclifa trite frs meritipn of them iseemStOber tpwani thd end of the thirteenth cen thrjvwHciH cpiivex specisVcleV weird in Ventcditis supposed by Ifoger iBadon Cfcqcave glasse yere Introduced spoil afterardhUut tlie Snectacic ialcrscompany of LonUouwashot Ihcqrpp rated mitillO Iifiius that the an cicrtts kiicw nothing of thesQ alds ot vlslpnvandlt is ifioiv thai likely that Homer nhel eVen Sllltqii inighl tmve iien spared tflielr bllnduess had they understood the use of a owbrf ul lcns Eyeglasses cniiie Jh rnuqrllater when the spectnclija were cotislqered too cum1 bersome for fashionalleweari and pr gnettes came cven later whefl the great Indies wished nn prnflmdntai case fbi their eyftglassfi Time py glasses of tor day fit on1 thenps withaspring for merly they wera lieldln place with the hjtndl I i On the nocfcjr Hond Ttis fiihifdr the boys One boy slt down on ttile floor uith Ibis kneesiup anothci1 sit down in ths same fnshlbn j pn thejotlierJellpH rtpesj andthepfher felloWsits onVlVhi toes J Their eneli hptls ontO the uppQK part of the otiiors nruisinmi rocks You cnn go a long dfstrtnce thjs way j iteel q1imiti A clwsk earl rUn tout canndt walk Myshoo u tongue ljut cannot talk A comb Jnia recth but a 710 ihbuth A north wInd b1o1uthe snioke straight south y Rotties bore ne ts liiitJmve no heads Andplhstmv0ieia 1sbnt have no nocks eneoala leave to Hold their thriftda Right In their eyes IjWtt JnuatveXl If were needle carnb cr shoe nc ier lhIMU know whs ttb do JJy liaail Urmlly In nAvhlrl 1iii trad aM n little slrlr iB rthn E Bush Jn Presbyterian A STORY OF AVHiSTLER rjie Phrrnre JliatWtas LIla Even TJiinutli ft had Beon Soltf A certwln Lndy fonmlga Who ad uilreil Whistlers gpiilus to thtrcict nt af pupeha Iug q1ie cf his pliturps jiever Wiisable to obtain poi pssloii oid licr fiojwrty bud day site drove tt the studio iuiilT ictorIaIu AvlilB tier wciitQiat to the sidewalk tp greet tier f V 1 JJr Whlf tier sue snid two Oars asp 1 bdughih orb of your pJclures a beautiful thing and I havu never heoa rple to hang it on icy walls It has been LmiciT io one eXljlblt on pr en other Now today L linvc my crjTlage with me and 1 would like to take It houtewith met I am told It is in your possrssron ftear lady reiurnylWhjai1ei you ask tile linbosslbie i Will send tt to you wliQii I have Itagain bjtt itfsnot ijcre You have been ml ififoruied And so fOrt and so forth toi the same eliect and she 1hdy drove ptt Tvithout her pcturef After sh4 had departed liistler commenced Jo poke around the stuflla anJ to time great astonishment r a friend who hnd been an LttdiufltCTY llstvner to the above converfatipn he bTqughtforth n canvaa Iho Ians thibt I jjIjj Promotes DigesUoaCheerfuf nesS antmestContains neillier Oium rorphirie riorfiiieral NoTNAncoTIq swzzpiqi iceALrausg chills4r d5i4fd J5te7n B Cirzskfm IIFrnfr 1 Hmlaynan rttror forConsUpaTionSoUr Worms Cqftvulsiqns Fcyerish ness qndLOSS OE SLEEP g11ILNEw YQ1I tt r t UADTIpN V Thlsisnota centre wordj bui then you thlflk how vKjbie y qii are not tp pi fchase the only remcdy iniversally khow nancl a remed that havhad thelariat sale of apytnledicinG inth9wdslt since 186S for the cure anl treatment of Consumption and Thrbat and Lung troubles with out losing itsgreat popuiantyali these yenrsjoif jvill be thani sful vecalleayour attention ito BdscheerS Germiti Syriip TbGre are sd many Qrb nary icjptiglf remedies made iy anggi ts and others that are cheap yidgoQd for light colSj pertiapsbut fi r severe Cougli i3ioncib Croup and es ecfaUy for Con1 suinpcion where there iis drfticult ex e to ration anij coufibih duringlhe gish ts and mqrrjfings liere jg nothing iike jU rm an Svrup T ive 23 ceqt 4w hns just been InfrpiiBQtlHliisi yca licguhtr SZl 75 ceflts4AL all druggist C J Haydjbn Vv V tI LraImoutnc tltIitlt OiuUtlil wits bi uitlfdl tilt IlLadCiICeOT ta34i 1flflhi 1itnuuil tCi atyifist pmtry hunffi41pollt- Fiulaowt pctur it 7ui- QiIycvtOsulttm prtiLegr af tJkm in Stflr buti wsiiILe jikturcs rel WeklLT- ailro ia 5ihc bf51dri hiifttl Itramrtly iimnthythirhle t 1to Iirtpuun 4aiu yq a rRurlii- ver3hQ4tt it tizviuhy 61 a froiiteuatis i ltthttnl or- flpiiail vven n s ppf tiih change of mt being itiittba Kuporcrptllile tOitII w Un iccuncnu J tathebarbarpns lack of toir the Mori jjuno is it vo icn frnmq glHiiKrtl llfce tile rjiiwiers pr n childs aietl on which emi kctlle drums nra balanced by mpanijOf X irds Ojiul sticks Ud hbrftontally rhiese rallier iefeecibJe iwits fottlic kItchen range than inucal istrunicjitis liut encli is ix lilj tuned foratlffc time eighfuptea of thjsealp Vyonion crouch- Ing on time ground before Bits instru merit beat put a wniling9Q l ffom it thhi shaped rtlcks while riothr4rger kettledrums hungl5 rops Trom n wooden mIlliE at our sttT tVrq na accomnanfea the plHnp and Old wpniAIi in the Imekgroun4 druinsited out Jin iirdepond t air ef iRsr own btt jun empty tinpanir Didnt fCnovr hut TrIciei iliiits a weitkiawhinqnin1 of ypurs siiO a ywif s cockney to he5 keeper of nn e1epImani t Yery vfls thf cool rejpiudef lie imerfOrmr striultrIckS aliul han ties togs dithecacijipy eying the Anmialiciltlipal v Srprislnl wtbriyd the kcojpcr Vvc learned hlui fo put inoney 4n jlhat 605 yw see Up there Try Min with imlf a crown rite ioekney handed the elephant half n crown andt stiro cnouglr 10 tqok It in lila trunk nnc Dhneafhit lua box ugh up out of reach Voli lirnt ery hextraortlhuhtri hastonlshliij truly i said thie green- cite oj fnln lila pye Now lilts 9j a hlin take It out and hand It baqlJij1 Ve never leArned hlui thatj frIcLVv retorted th keeper valklng away Glasgow Tinjes Cnrlons IrlnU Marriage Cnntbni A curkUS4oid marriage clistboi call jid locally time setUiugslUf UivjvoSf In County Donegal refaiid anti fhi Scotch districts oc BLIntyve arid Cowal After thelnariiago his been publicly nnnoummcccl tliefiiejiils of time couple meet at tlicr liSiiWpf the Iriikis pnr cats to u h SKltsiiTe dnte for thfe mar rfagc A bottlfe ipWijisly Isopencd and as eachignstdrhmks to hmilr hia plnsss lie nnilics a dito t hiOeac guest lisa nainiil t date on nvernfeJi- itruck nmiti Ottiing i eithierLhte bride biidgroorn evi thinks qf protesting lagdiijat the dnt so curiously jiioboii J iCmlev JtVatcr t OrdlnarHya dlvrrN nlik 8to rcnilii antler wntorT from dnr to tWn 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