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T y MI 7 f f SPRINGFIELD W SHINGTOS COUNY KETUOKY S1PTIBE11 101903r LOO A YEAB be I 1II iJLM URTON SO r UNDER1KERS EMfeALMERS I Csr1 ill ttofcfc all klaii of Furier 4i4lf I01iR D1RECTOi th jseat ofIEI4countyt P WaIigtOL CotmtYj52 mile south JpIt 141tOlI 59 miles from banck o- Jji4NasfM11e rgcinjcnltural district 4 Tind 1ephode 4 txptbSoMce flour taills ligber pation 1100 populatloh of lEoty1o Hon 1 J uitativeiH congress V L fgenyI11e Ky LegiEtHCk3p Rycativc In State Senate0U L ziixybltsy1te Xy COVRTc krjattheforth jMa7andOJtc- c t Pzttecn 3ude Comingflwealth At Sween Y rt7sUif jf CMffcelU ferk I efl1tr COflrn1SS c1iiiIIQUATRYCOURTA QuarteriyC4i heldon cday IZIea9iIdiitli B LLiteY 3iidge on4befour1- 1iongyI2 e4ch nieuth frtseyigeSw Bookers CduntvClcrk il5sI CointyA1tOrteYj j Georgi Ct1etJai1 r Byiozi Crdake SEeriff JSJ Osboriieiddey 44Wi5M1a11ca1iI V Deputie- VZcICaMer i J mE r Q3rran DeputY gbertNoe Treasurer fj XotEro1try Coroner SI w Pb Supt of COiflO cpLsringe1d11 n JCITrCOURT p Ja0Judge WpClybxoOke ijyAttorn Y I j I pf JUTrCICOU Yti j j e oitrtsare held inJanua4 fijyidOctober hGliirch1IWSCt0TYI vS L I BISC11C- S Seti CannoU PastOr 1and73O4 Sbt1Y Sc1iool afS3O Prayer- 4at3O Iw dSICTiO1XST CHURCH D War4 Pastor SrviCe jfGitindThIrd Suudavslh acb- am nd 730 p ul Sun Sunday at Wednksday pTyeretingVY 4 kt 1 SyJb CATHOLIC CHURCH i i ft ftennessay Pastor Bei ic everT Sunday at 8audO oclockI- S ryice at StRo same hour RIsrIA1r CBURCB Fvfr1e1LXYaSt0r Service coFjndfourtI2jSUn4aY th each mouth 4pgESBYTEIUAN OHU1CU x ev 0 A Strickland A paator- VVI treftcWnf every Sunday at 11 am Sas lit 7 pnii Bunday achijol every S8ny atr 10 Ifl Prayer meeting keviIY Thurdav even1p atoclock p LCrC K SptingfieHd ItdgcMAC1C No eetSseCOfld Wfouday in each I Qth RIlO Chapter No 57 5very lliird Motfda1r CouncIl ftP 52 meets on v4iel M fldY- rL Mectd 4MkE1S4S t trst dneatfav in each month rr AMWWOAH IJi cootIt 7Q iaIey C L Haydon ftroajre tt K0a 4UOUND or TJ1 5rT1IJght m The lrrn The news come down and shadows gather In ttlfe field aid lane Low In the west a band of black- gi4s prol Ise unto rein It is the twiHghjt hour and given oer to calm a ml rest Itlbringsto hqnje abenedictloh t andja 1 blest f+ The boys conje ink and b the their facefi aitl e cooling1 Welljj Afar kndfalnf ben near 4nd swee tinkles jthc lead cows bell It is the twilighp hour and stars are tartIn f orn th d p IHighffiea en eralds lent to Wtch that inen may sleep The father cotnes a man of many years 4of toll and care Who smiles to spe the candle ini the seIfSarne indow there Itttsfthe twillghhionr and with the farm wpri am ply done Hefeel3rjporinans jOy to think the food Is wo Then ajlsit dom n to eat the evening meal and far away A wagpn rumbLs out tie ne1ghbor nambol5vesdeayS It is the twilight hour and free from 5J day8unendrng quest t ft bi gs 4 ohonea l nedictio and ie w4Gi Steen n 5in Chicago Inter Oceaij r TILL JADNC1Ba1eS tate in Sjiringfieltt still ad vances and7 the demand f p r houses fjdm both buyers aud venters continues strong notwiih standing the prediction of pessi mtsts wbp aa ye UeeTtpredicting a halt in the advance The small sold the qthr iiayiforffispo ihaving been pur chased only a fejw months before for 1150 is but one example Theje hits scmrqely bfien p time in years then there has been a racant residence irlj town for any length pf time jBy the way guile numBeVpf small residences are tobe built this all of vTiich we hah ard wh ch will doubtless be easily and qi fckly rented j TrE4ENTN zWe ii 0 t i e rtthatizi rcer and other counties jwherc the movement had been well started that the prompters are ecoming alarmed at the outlook f arthe siiecess of the Budey TPb iccoGrpwers As socittipnfwhicji organisation was formed with tho object1 in view o contrqllijilf 1 is years crop of pjirjey tpbacco Many tobacco growers had joined thS associa tipnand it would certainly have been a good thing for the Jar mers had th plans all have been carried but The association proposed to get cpntrolpf all of the fiurJey crop and to then make terms with tnle tobacco trust thereby seouriag for the growers much better prices than they could by selling individually But 5p many Itobaced growers with a peEver eness quite un reasonable refused to pleage themselves in iny such agree mehtthat the officers of the asso elation have apoutrderspajred of accbmpTishing their lobject for the presen at east A MoJNEy The Spring j fieljd fair this year was not only a good and successful exhi bition of live slock but the meet ing put money into he pockets of altstockhoUers and thosefor tunate individuals are cppse quently in a happ frane of mind and an amount pf enthusif asm has beeh aroused ampng them that ifrn lasts willuar antee another fine fait nextyear President Llfsey informs us that ihe company as a result pf the recent meeting has declared an eight per cent dividend on the stock andhasplaQed 700 to the furplus fand Imuch of which will Ibe used in improvements for the grounds Quite a number of new stockholders have become tiiterested in the company a limited amount of new stbcjc hav Ing been isstiedi the Idea bojng to interest as Wan good citizens of the county as possible in the success of the annual event y ItuiterJy imposBible forany one ito fees wfiU to be strong and actiye when lh Ictdneys re deranged front this tfotarcei re ailments arise the fOrth v dJttiotfoFmore serious complaints are formed thtofqttt any other ourcei GAY rBA if takert liitime will care nil kidney complaints inSfighVa dis aaeand diabstes t will prolong llfs ol4 b7 lV Qd 3ambeli Geioirge M flays farm Soltf Mr G It Gartmell has sold hs farm to M W J Dalma5zo The placel consists of 93 acres atidls situated about five miles Wjest of BardstoWn The price paid was SJ 655 hich vas con sidered a low sum as the farm is an excellent one The place is rdn historical one Pn pioneer days itjjtas the scene of ot many con flcts between tie whites and In dians i i Jl he resictence is of stone and was Erected more than a century ago Foi many years the house wras occupied by Peter WickhamV A retired sea Captain Captain cWickham sold the land to Geo M Hays a brother of the bril liant orator John Hay At Hays death the land became the prop erty Pf the Simmons heirs and for a number of years was tfae home of Ciipt ijiaiph Sheldon one of Morgans men Several years agpMr Palmaz zobbuohta portion of tle Sim mons tract and the farm pur chased from Mr Cartm ll is more than ht1f of the original tract wtHchisriow owned by rTDaL- mazzp Kentucky Standard i r istms Alter EatiDE WjuOgo W T Holland of Greens burg La who is welt and favorably known sayTwo years dgo I stfl ieredgreatly from indtgestfon After eating great distress would invariably result lasting for an hour or so and my nfghts were restliRssJAI concluded toJry Kodpl Xyspepe Cure and il cured me entirely Now my sleep is TcSresbing and dIgeBtiiT perfect Sold by C J Hadob j f iii Ucfluill Y6CUtFfuItS The genuine 4s always better than a cbuuterfeir buttbe truth of this state mentis never more forcibly realized of mofe thoroughly apprecTated than when you compare the genUine De WittsAYitch Hazel Salve Salye with themany tfotiftterfeits anti Worthless substitutes that are on the DiarkelT W S I edbettor of SlJrevepdrtV La says After using nuuierou reme dieawithdut benefit one box of TDe Wit tsAyitch Hazel Sal ye cured hie For blind bleeding itching arid pro trnding pills nb remedy is equal to DeWittfl Witcfi Hazel Salve MSold by C JHaydonJ d Sftiacliiroofc Ihayobecn troubled wjth my stom ach for the past four Tears says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Green field Mass 44fey daTH agoI was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and jLiver Tablets I have taken part of them and feel i jTeat deal better Jf you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these fTablets You are certain JoJie pleased with the result Price 26 cents For ale by Haydons drugstore No sflfiferer of rHeunjatisrii wouldbff without DR CLASSES LINIMENT if theyknew how quick it would re lieve the pain and reduce the swelling Sold byWqod Campbell v A Bad Coon Lij EnosHightower the ipfel ne gro waiter who was taken from here to Harrodsburgtabpat two months ago pn a charge of mail pious wounding has returned apd is in trouble again He had been at work at Elizabeths hospital since Thursday ntilriponyester dav Shqrtly after his departu e VlissBpbinson misse 18 fpra her dsdkin the office The mat ter was at oncereported to chief of Police J A Thompson and at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon tie hadHightower under arrest ife was caught at Riley aW had all the stolen moneyv irt his pos session He was brought to the city confessed to the crfmo and is now in jail awaiting for agoqd jury to send him where he can not practice his vices upon the innocent He is a bad coOn and trouble seems to follow his footsteps where ever he goes Falcon Bold IrurgIas Last Thursday night the residences o Hon R F Peakb Mr WH Hjall and Mr Jolin M Oowhefd were entered and con siderable bobty secured fneach instance entrance was gained through Windows and thB work stamps it as thatbtprofessionals 3vhowere no doubt following the fait There iis no clew to the robbers but the polijo am at rok on the case and Tvlll uses every effort to land the thieves i J Adjudge Peakes the robbers IVsecured a gold watch and chair belPsing tohiafiither nlaw Mr J P Ross and a diamond ring andll0 in money belonging to Miss Mary Crutcher of Winches ter who was visiting the family and about 53 in money belonging to Mrs Pjeake Mrv Hall was re lieved of a fine gold watch and siq in money At Mr Cowherds the thieves appropriated seueral cooked chickens Shelby New llat Life In the last analysts knowsbut we dp know that ittts under strict law Abuse that law even slight Iy pain results Irregular liv ing means derarigemeot jf the organs resulting in Qonstipa lion Headache or Liver irouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickV ly readjusts this Its gerille yet thorough Only 25c atC J Haydons v r 1The Pleasure ol Eating rPersoqflBnfferitiE front indigestion dyspepsia or pther stomach ffonble viU find that Kodbl Dyspepsta Cure digests what yu teat and ma es the stomach sweet This remedy is a never failing cure fpr Indigestjon and Pys pepsla and all complaints itfecting the glands or membranes of the stom chordifrestive tract When you take K dol Dyspepsia Oure evrything you Oat tastes good and evefy bIt of the nutriment that yourjfood xjontarhr is assimilated aud abpropriate by the blood aiid tissues Sold by J Hay don v i ASUmjtner Fairyland To those who are 3laingo summer outing ana Tseeking green fields and Jpasturesnew some place where thewmay cast care aside and Commune with primitive nature wherevtho the sunshines ever brightly cboling breezes alwdy blow and great heat is unknown it iis safeY prpfkised that among the rocks and lakes of the Muskoka district about 100 miles north of Toronto situated mi the Highlands of On tarip1000 feet above sea level they will find euchaiitraenfe iJandisomejjllustratecl descrip tive publicatiors will bo sfehj Tree to any ad Jess pn appjicit tion to R McC Smit oulhern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk alvfiy Woodward aye Petroit A Rciiiark8ble Rr Chamberlains CbughReinedy has a remarkable record It has ben in use for over thirty years during which time Jiiany million bottles have been sold and used It has long beer the standard and main reliance Jn the treatment of croup in thousands of homes yet during all tliitf time rib cale has ever teen reported to- the ma mfacturers inwhlch it failed to ef fectacure When given as jBoon as tbcvcbild becomes hoarse or bvcn as soon sthe croupy cough appears it will prevent the attack It iple sat to take many children like it It con tains no opium or other harmful sub stance artd may be givers as confident ly to a baby as to an adult For sale by Haydons drug store Cilqbe Trotting of the future St Louis GlobeDerno rat Ah American has gone around the world in fiftylive days and if he had not missed a boat at- Qakdhama would have done itih 0 ty eight days When the rail road nude Behring Straits is completed the globe can pr6ba- biy be circled in thirty days Then the cars will be full oFpeo pie bpeakihg rcciirds It will be a newara senierib for the rich without the annoyance of running over people on fqpt which is a gicat drawlaktO automobibng- There willb3 jenfifrusiasts wl o will lay wagers On how many times they can get around in a year details of close connections will be kvrangedv special trains chartered and special stfcamers engaged The daily morning newspaperswill have a greater zest since itrwill announce great internatiohai world races No tbing superior to this fgrtil of sport can be imagmed until we can pit two comets against each other A mitim Pleasnre If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you what a purgative pleasure is Thesofamous little pills ckanfe the liver and rid the system of all tile Without producing unpleasant effectr Theydo nptgripe sicken or weaken but give lone and strengto to this tis sues and organs involved V II Howell of Houston Tex says Np better pill can be used than tittle IJarly Risers for cbbstlpjition sic headaohctetc Sold by C J Hay 1dope Xodol Dyspcipsla CUM Olaists wliaO you Mt ita t The Conviction of Caleb Poyyers Cal Breckin rld e in Lexing ton Herald v ThQ military court by whom Mra Surratt was Condemned to fee executed for th assassinatipn of Abrahani Lincoln and the Secretary of War Who apprPved thati sentence itocT the President who had4 carriedioutjStaind coij deninedat the ari of the wo rid an3 of posterity as the authors of a judicial murder If caleb Powers is btinged his twill be the verdict an1 judgment of the world on those who fab ricqtecl the perjured testimbnytr who suborned thep rjcrerj pjartly by briberyand partly by promises of immujiity and threats of pun ishment on those who delivered the testimony and on the tribu nals befope whom he was tried and by whom he asconaenjned The unreasoning prejudice of ex cued political hatfejujitifyjhg its verdict by pretended c redence in perjured testimoTijy wi not con trol tn at ultimate verlict or jn fluence that settled ju Ign ent Caleb Powers cpmrr itteckgrave ahd ieprehensiblie tristakes it was a grave mistake to induce that body of iraejn to cOme to Frankfort rbiit iitj was not crimi nal and it vfras not iiitended to commit murder He vas intern pera10 in speech1 bujtr so were many thousand pf all parties J3Js acceptanee pfr the pardon afiS his attemptei esqape iri disguise arid with an escort wore extreme IV ill advised but nleithar was criminal arid ihei unrelenting implacable a n d Tinscrupulous prosecution that he f otesaw lias pfqy n that nis judgment of the course his erTemips would pursue wascorrect The testimony con- c rning thesomistakis has been Nrnost adroitly and mot unscrup Ujiisly woven wth the perjury 6fin infamous et cf perjurers iitit case which prejudiced j rbs ju 1L Under the gkdaIce of par tisan courts hilve ay wed justi fi4cl colivictioni J Trutjli Is often laggard in diV vesting her fair Hubs of t e clothing of falsehooil Hut she dpes at last appQarin her own u6ble anti ccnvinciri majesty and then Ihosi who have been deceived will be objects of pity7 thoo who deceived objects of execration Powers was gjiHty of bringing the mountain men to Frankfort there was no casulal cpririection1 between this anil the assassina tipn of Gbebel Wd believe he was innocent pf complidty in that crime buti his connection with the one act has bien rusedas ipreteuseifoPJji3 qonvictipn of the crime To whom the re wawls will be paidj is not yet known Ihey hajvip peen as well earned as were ihe historic thirty pieces ofjsitv On the floor of the House of R prefenative by a single sen tence Gen Butjer destroyed the public career and drove jinto painful exile an eloquent aid much applaudejd counset and ppl icjamy 0fen Binghata 1 ule ciine to yield to him who com passed the murder of aninnocent omany It may b4that in tbfi not remote future jin the face of Corner ambitious piarticipaltdr in the prosecution of Caleb Powers a7similar retortvil flung Aeij PhysIau Dead Dn Jasyj1114 died at his home here at t23Q oclopkjiTues day morning o fterjseveral weeks illness of diselisesincident to old age Dr Hill was aged 75 years and Pne of the oldest and most A Feed your hairi nourish it give itt somethiitg to Hve on Then it will stop falling and iwilf grow long and heavy Ayers HaVigor s the o- nlyHairVigor hair food you c n buy Foj60 years ft has been doingjuSt what we claim It will do It will not disappoint you 3iy2tr uled tc be At7 Dut after using Aerl Hair a shorlUae lt began- to rowtnd now rt It nrteen UichetHopg rbIseems sp1entdrOUU1t WmaiterbIng aJmoit wlthontanrhalr Mas J u yntK crtstty Sj jtut J100 a bottle J ATRCO- AUdrojEltU C EJli iSJiir Short Hair highly iespectd physicians in Nelson qarinty J 5pDeceased tvii born In Spender coan y and aftdr reaching man hood studied jmediome ab the Kentucky School of Medicine in Loaisviije andjat BeHeiew Jew York after which htme to Iteatsvilie his county flnd en gaged in the practice of his pro fessipnV About thirty years ago Dr Hill removed to Bardstbwn where the built up an extensive practice and vfas mudh loved as a physicianjanci friend Ha was since SoyhPpra member of the Baptist churchiand Was a con- scientiOus Christian Dr Hill married MissMary Gailbreatbf whp precedediliim to the grave more than a veatkagp Kentuck y Standard v ABOysWi1UiForIAfe With family around expe ting him to die anda sonriding for life 18 miles toDr lUngs New Discovery fOr Consumption Coughs arid CPlds W H Brown pf Leesvillfe Ind endured deaths agonre from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave iostaut relief and soon cued fiim He writfesj MI now sleep soundly eyervjnight Like inar vetpus cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchifis Coughs Golds and dfrip t3fove4ts mtttcli less nierit for all Throaf and Lung trduble Guaranteed bpitles 50c and 1 trial bottles frWat 0 J Haydpn r PoblicSaIeIorFiD6FarDii A nd JPcrsonal Prbpcpf y My farm containing 196i acres situated on tile tspringgeld anti WiUisburgtuijnpike about miles frorn pringfllwi1l b sold at public sale onlWednesday Sept 30 i003tatiO oclock a ra This is imp of the best and most proS ductiye farms in Vashicgton county and the im pro vements on it are of ihejver best The dwelling is a handsome modern Strupturecojntaining 9 rOoms with all conveniences a grjotj4 cellar and all necessary outbuildings There ral o on the farm a good two apom tehenient house and a fine stock batn 60xGOfedt There are three good wells on the place and an abundance of stock water besides a large pond well stocjced with fish The greater part of the farm isjiOw in grass and it is ihfacf model place for raising fine stock At tho s imo time and place will offer for sale the lpllawing personal property 16 head of mules 3 to 6 yearsTold 2 extra pairs of 2yearold mules 10i hands high 11 yearling mules 6 mares and 5 horses Timufe edits onq family horse perfectly safe for1 llady to drive pae saddle and harness mUre one Syearold harness 4mare 1 jennet 3 yearling colts dne 2 year old saadle andha ness marevii2i registered Herefprd pows and one ijcalf A Shorthorn cows and calves 4 Jersey cojsvs and calves 3 2year oM steers 12 yejirliiig steers 3 yearling heifers 5 wlanling steer calves one sow and pigs 7 brood sows a Lot of niceshotes 50 ood wesi red to Southdown buck one binder one mower and rake disc harroAv disc wheat drill atid other farthing implement One rubber tire biiggy one steel tire buggy onessurrey One 2hPrsp wagon lOob bushels o cdrrt 10 tops of hay Qne Grand Square Piano one Parlor Suifcand all other household and kjtchen fur nitureSTerms The terms given the riqrqhasWpf the farm will bd liberal andtmade known on day pf sale On thc personal prop erty a credit pf 6 months will bo given on amounts of 10 and over with negotiable note bearing 6 per cent jinterest Sums u nder 10 cash G A DpHoiiEV V Beecnlandr Kyi Cjipt TD English auctioneer His Lheto a eior Kiuthcss Mr D P paughei tyVwif kAnvrt throughout Mercer andSumher cbuh ties W Vd moat likely owe hit jifttv to the kitdness of a neighbor io- wa aTmo9t hb eIe58lr aaicted with diarrhoea was attended by t7p phi flicianawho gane him little It any relief whetfca ueighborlearningbf hlj striouscondltloD brought him a but tie ot Chamfaerlalds Oolict GkoWrsi and Diarrhoea Remedy iivliic Jlarfd himio less than twentyfour flours Fdr Bale by HaYdof drag store WISbI Ea te and auth entic informatioif from Turkey bas place this cOuntry in asomewhat nntQrc- unitelight lecauseof the sending Its Bevrutof the European squat ron iip6n what fron rec nt re ppj5ts appears to have ben no hing more than the hflarrpUs efforts of a flf druAken TurX t celebrate a wedding The firs news received from Mnistoy Ijeiscbman dt Ccns antin ple Was to the effect that ico CbniuT Magelssen afe Beirut had eenl murdered Qicf the strength oJ this first dispatch the fleet under Admiral Cotton was ordered toP Beirut Soon after the Issue ol that came a cablegram saying that Magalssen had not been killed tbeshot having missed Thi hasbeen followed by re ports to the effecl that no at tempt had been matjle on Magals sien life Taut that ja shbthad been hred jn the vicinity of his car riage by a half drunken oysterer returning from a wedding An effort as immediaiely made to intercept Admiral Cotton al Genoa where be had gone to cOal but such expedition had the Admiral exercised that Wheh the countermanding orders reached Gfenoa h4 had thready sailed and as there remained no possi bility of vpeachiag himbefprehe got tojJeinjt itwas given out at the Stta pepartraenS that t had been determined not to countermand the original order t Et is understood however that the Admiral willfindoraets to pro CLedjBlsew ere awaiting hun at Beirut v 4report has been yery much dirculated during the past wefiik to the effect that the failure of ihe C pmbian Uongress thus Tar to ratify the Panama canal treaty was due 19 the arbitrary position taken fa nriitedStates Minister Beaupre at Bogota Secretaay Hay howevjer does not believ that stichi the case and says tbdfc li communication between Minister itJeaupre ind- the Bogota jgpyemjiflrit has been Conducted under the djrectioQ oi the State depdrtmenfc It is said moreover itt WasUinglpn that repeated attempts have been made by the Oplbmbian govern ment tP force the United States to ccceedto exprbitant demands It is believed here hat the sole desire of the Colo iiibian ppliti cjanMs tp jbp1djpfthe Unjted States apdthi1 their pppositiibn does notefeanate frcm patriot ism or any sjitiiregard for the Goiombioni This being thcase the State llDepartthent notified Minister Bea itetrh at any a mendjnerif teethe Edaty would probiblp restrl Afivits defeat and the admu ist tipn ijjili take no further actiiqrin7 the prpmises save tbabquestqrjude time 5o considerth convention will prObably iii et witlIiayorable tiori The attention of Secretary vof Agriculture Wilson having been called to the serious conditions prev iling throughput the tight Leaf District of the tobacco growing states the Secretary said yesferday VThe trouble is that the farmers and planters are it sufflciently diversifying their crops They are growing t o much of a single variety oft tobacco and the buyers are al ready overstocked Udder these conditions they can naturally dictate theT price The planters should give Inore attention to the cow and the pasture The Departmeht can do little to help them this year but next year it rwill turn its attention to ths grpveing bt more prpfitable va rieties of tobacco tobacco of tl s Cuban type Wev have already Established the Sumatra Wrapper industry and it will take care of itself We have already fdund some districts that willgrPw anti we hope to find more Our or dinary filler tobacco brings about JO cents per ponr d whres tig Cuban tiller bribgs pwtcd pf 80 entper pound f Planters who will turn their attention to diversified Arming and giowIlotF olthe fcijther gnu tobacco will make haiKbpm Jp4ots Ta CiraC I 0 say TaksIt44tB5iUO QsIii Tablets Al4ij1stsrEKud ttaqpty- 1f It tallso cU4C E WGrysi iiw- Ature sO sack box 25c Yktey i Niitcd Paducah NWMr To A friend theH Hendrick 3ld an iatereatingijtt- St0ryv1iicb showsbiw dry of the Criuie never IesI3oturerer Duriag Ui jxamljpatron of Yputeiy 17ItMis attorney fbr the prpi utrWbe Cora he went on the tairtfvnr said SVhen the 1q1bet z bulict was witfrin from lbs Irifleyent ringing acrias the moor o the haJlway Mr Hendrick EeMiitfiT rtbccojctpund ofs ipty catridge madsucV a iisaoonhismindI Bcauae sfr sid yjImpressively 0 IO4ISIkjr4that daraji every n5t CASTORIA701 IiMt MIf k Ysu sm MmW gnattt I ISCaiM with Locix APPLiCATIWt a1ftiiy aJflOt achthe of dIieCatarrh blood JiSetserfd order ts cr ItImostlake Infernal CatarhCure ii takenhiitaj1y aa rota directly on the b4o4x1 aiec surfacee Kalg Citan Oue iio fjuak medicine taspcsi by 015 OUhzebatphykfa5fn this e try faerIetyJ ia ru1prCeri It Is COIpOS i tk beat tpslcs knotrfl o lpiMiJSrtktli best blood NrIrs the ucotr urlsees Te torpbiziaiIou os tketwo g what produces ebwo4ItfM45ritg Idcuxi 1nIaIeePripri tirs Toledo Ohio SoRtiy iipc gIstsprice173i fHalii Faiaily Pills ar t eIAf b = J pri Tuesday 221go3 aSBegiining it sale the farm coziatjai 17 s acres known as tS ran farm 2 miles ithot Mack yUle on the dirt rusd lediag from Markjfl aud PiyjJIpiketo Mackvite ani MtT xa pike 11 mjlej SP1J1I4Sand n miles from H+ nd4rfFarm COntainS 145 acr iagrafi 15acre la Iculti fep a f 15 foutf Pi stock B rn thwfl 5 oftoba a1iouasabsad4soeofMpckppirmsOjehs1f balance fj Alsq at u Will seIlth three gGod worcaM bruomjone good work botui two 84ispBoypli iiPI Chtr U tjro westhg ipW i d by Mabthi y 2 mUak cpwswith caveibjj 3yN linsteert25b4teea one thorobSIpjrn Buck 18 good Ieders 4ug Ia mentsof lI kinds sissjag o one twolq j11 wi machine hay iake besJti f two Oiver ChillL zaiag single sadhaIrows etc kooioosome nay aad CJOTIV flraw rick IshareiiBt tfec i par ertt Bank d ifaclcritk hola apd kjic faraups Terz Crko1i- uiulOdamoint caah MiSULIt qidJL Co aj 5e4r CviiiftSTkk towsksjSl51suois DIaq sdy bs j- jHadbae wtth k wIS51 a cosLg lst d ks t 3 IftY wTriI S4 ULHJLJLdL V I 1 NEWSLEADER d rIIIVJ 0 ADVANCE m ijMftJEPUtM tjfft t4 flO1ILDKY 1 lrmVi50N 1 E r ftUJ f erV It ewKla pe Ji L is1 sist GAH 1IlU t4WS a4 f UUealttwl rrh atk w ra tI t eas fjN t UCY of f trftta Wi o liberal 1ii IXM8laUMB flfTMpept I S T C ljiejKg8iiiTs IIIft tHl i1CIJO 500 LijStOSd h t in MIS Jt 93 t ATTtr fJJ Pct Circuit Judge J to atnbunci theM Mtiwricftd1 tz sutfY LtILRtES PATTESON A aMlHatr for the office of Circuit 1 ter that tie Ekveatb Judicial FGIt of ike bounties of JiM w ijyk Grew andrWaBng f heiiij ttW UM Democratic primary CwQwdltb s Atqrney w4 ie witfcorke to announce f f L DUR M qtSiIIi triaaeceidiflaif tor the flfte re eaaonwei1tba Attorney tItUte action tf the Demo feMJe eHyr 1m Uk tbe Eleventh theIQut j L Wt fit Circuit Clerk t3JTt Mi astborI4d to announce t MIL P M CAMPBEIvL MaeMMUiAU for the pfBce of Circuit rCHriCkJ of TVauhlngton county KsTiNrtsc ekeitoav If elected vill Da a Ii niit i Hi the oMca by Robe floe For Ste5cnator We aiherk 4 to RnounceI gAJt XTTS1 L1 if MietOntywcand11ate for t iW eAee ioi SUte Senator from the IHi Senatorial l district subject to the J d MtI Qt the DemocratlQ party j J For Representative S I aatnorJzsfd announce tj 1VxLtAMD OIAYBROOKE r M candidate 1fori the office et Re fese tatlva in the lower ke eeerXeat c7 legislature from WM eOll1nty t ONITITUTIONALjMENDME-NT5Itrt Jj ii Vthat the November- f EfecJlon i iii CHAPTER1 50 t Am act to provide for an amendment 41O clll1ot the Constitution of iJCt ky l I I vTke General Assembly may bl ceeral laws only authorize CITIES OJt TOWNS OF ANT CLASS to i tHkiJw taxation for municipal ppr JJ esM M personal property tangibie M iataagible based on income if MeaksM orfrazckIsin11outan s ltuthereon PreTtied fcitica of th4 first class shall sot be jauUiorided to omit the ivpesitiom otan ad fvalorem tax on i WMhMrefrerty ot any steam railroad gasiIt jfew iiectrle Jigitt cr electric power corn v paay r t tri CT A MAN O FMYSTE RY 1f r r I l UarUfi acataitaslo the eel f titrated Italian Poet TiCetaftasib 10981782 the celebrated t irainatic and operatic poe spent fifty relursn Vienna with Jhe Mqrtinea family vrithput ever learning German er 1agt llearn it J r Besides bis utter indifference to all ij Speech but Italian Metastaslp possess I d many peculiarities pf chrtr icteri sij Keae might mention death in his pros ee Thoitewhonlluded to smallpox 1 berQre klmhe made it a point not to J SeeaJain 1nit his fiftyfive years r la Vienna be never gave awny mow lima the equlyalent of 25 to the poor He noways occupied the same Mfct at church but never paid for it OHi took Jl his meals m the most mis- IiQ1N prlracyj his greatest friends h4 never seen him eat anything but a bIscuIt with some lIcinounde Nothing- rttire W Induce liim fro dine away from 15loe He never changed his wig or iW enter color of his coat Metastaslo was to have been present eA etlaepopc the day he died and rayed about the intended interview in the delirium of his last moments Mrs J I twellsI4Uecte4 tliparticulars fromt rnleI f j i wMetataaIoW tes o the Ynlnes soon family 4 L eft Khewt speaking or understand 1 J1g a wewMftfcelr laiguage from flrsi l t j I J xeIM Kala SI Wkenyou see the new moon bangln t traktlip ad ddwn lIbokln sort of ralrf3tiIiaa0erver When she cornea I thenitr twoi kjttM month toe can bank on that boy Ive MIa iiatchin the moon tor weather jpetfa wrty years on land and sent i r tlinkafIJ keTater from hendqunr I 54i 4 1Iita lu Washlnjton f theJt W Cs oftheioonwbcthcjjta tt i fi jsW tear twarm or cold rain Itke 1taen llooks JedJts gol11 ka WtI rain It It 1i bright ftj cWUfift k t sisa to fctt yet Philadelphia iD1 rIrvr j r v r r Sa ii TO OH fi9iH fj JW WHW3ttW it3NadW W1l NeWjS From the Coirntyk f Ri F HmiptHliiis Anton 1e C unty PiMfilI jr as Reported by our Correspondents t MH MYMM Ililisboro 1JiiifrFlpssie Armstrong who hai ben isltinjf tire familyVof J W1Walll atKW land has re tuniMfcomet Davis Settle and fantf lyr of Texas visited relatives itce Saturday and Sunday Thomas W Sutherland filled the Bey LA Simsappointnlent here Saturday night and preached to a large c 1d at Thonapsori riJl Sunday eveajng O W Oder bough 23 wes of Leland Gregory at j275 each He a1scbougLia calf from Capt Setilesvfor Miss Rena Shewmaker gItveL priselcompariied by berCOnSlDjMISs Barnes with the understanding that she was going to visit relfr tives in Frankfort IdttWben she reached Louisville she was met by jMr Bud Gi11 spland they werisi married at pace aid ArkIIwherei future hpmMss She maker always tqod Vpremost in the circles of society knd had ia host of frjends throughout Jhe county She is tfi e only daughter ot Mr R M SieWraafcer a prominent farmer Pf this community Mr Gill spi was raised in the Wil iisburg icinifcy and is well known through ujb the entire county but recently began running a barber shop at Hptfeprings Ark where he is doing a gopd bushes Their jnnntf friends join USiin wishing t3ii a career of un broken apiiness and unalloyed felicity throjughout the days and years of their wedlock JH Settles has rented his farm to JW and James Oder possession to be given the firjst Pf the yaiatwhjcb time James OderwiI pove into the house vacated jby Mr Settles who fs contemjllaling moving to Spring fielllL L Sam Montgomery and John- suit juVo of our young men who have been tying their fortune in the West for several mouths returned home last week much t the pleasure of their friends jspecially their best girls who po fa been longing for their return Will Dbdgeon who former 7 lived ja sife has henfllearning cartiagij panbng aiidwiiclotib- tIessopn a jShop for ihat pur pose at B cornfield in the near future jive Mishhims1cces5- Thett enwickbse ball teani came o4 isr Saturday evening and crossediljais withr pur boys It was ve j pain that the Fen wick bOYlthc ght they weregoing o have a walkover from the way they lid up A large crowd was ouU and witnessed one ot thfe most iinteresting games played here this ease n It looked as if ihe Fenwjck boys were not going to get a wore but In the last ningojjir It6her hurt his hainI ind tbry Succeeded iin making aII scores while our boys mivl scores iunngthe game Je nWiCk1 has ben Very anxious to play our boys jbutit is certain that they wUljnot ee tto leygath5- 03fl 1J1ie nrinnlnle leaturfe Ofi the ga ews the pitching nf Cecil Jbbs hoplaye with our boys Jtie fanned 17 boys in 7 innings The batteriesli were Brow and Sharp for enwiclr and 3 bbs and Brawley for pills boro The prospects for a good corni crop ere very promising The acreaj e is Very large The early corn sudciendy matured as tci not re uire aqymbre rain Millet t oatsaad stock peas are good Potat esitnd othergarden Vegetable are also good The recent rajins have been very peneficial td gr wing crops of all kinds and iin re plenishing fa mishGdi stock pond andreviving pastiiros LILAC WiIIisbur i llddTh Teachers lss c will eM lmaHhls i place Saturday Sep1 teachers pupils patrons and trustees are invited resent DrCbeathlimw e an aiplai Bro Walden closed a seri4s sfmeetings at this place Jlrst4e1r buCli1ACli1 J jUss Annie Sharp of McAfee jirf with relatives this week Miss Mattie Brown has returned to her homeatLoiiisvillei She was accompanied home by her friend Miss Liila Merrrtt Erastus Brown and family of 111 are with Mrs Rosa Hughes at the present Mrs 3RachaeliCrume of K lsop Un yisthq guest ofjher sister Mrs Hyatt this week A f Bot llgookylaJohn Sutitoh and his aunt Mrs Burton attended the Bards town fair last week Robert Graham of Harrpds burg and cousin Miss Irma Gra nam 6f Sharps villewerei Inour town last week L D B Buthedand and wifof Chaplin attendedt Church here last Sunday y jPuIIIanA V Mr and Mrs Sam Terrell re turned Saturday from a visit to friends and relatives in Casey couny j i Mr Perry Ruby and Miss Sadie Shields were parried Sun day August 30 atr the home of Rev H P Hatchett T Young men take warning Lanis Coulter came to Mt Olivet church Sunday highti and fired his pistol three times not far from the church He tsen came Orthe church ground we su- ppseto do somethipp1 more but the members of the church took him offof his horse and held him until Mr Samuel alec ulci get there Mr Hale took him to Springfield and tlrned him over to the jailer We are told that he made a confusion whic cost him 3250 How is that boys Born to the wife ot Velas Royalty SeDtember fineboy Chanley Cuulter arid ifand- L N GoVdon arid wife were the gucstfrof Wm Smith jTatham Spring Sunday afternoon jIWe arer infornied that Mr Douglas Royalty is very sick with stomach trpuble 1 Elder E W Summer p istor ofthe Mt Olivet church held a revival meeting which closed Saturday UOnBunday morning thp pastor baptized 8 converts The congregation then returned to the church tolgive the converts the hand of caurch f lowship and while singing ahd prayiog one of the business men of Ta ihara Spring broke Qown and came forwarder membership It- wasa great day and God nad J blessed their mesrting I We Want to irskltfie cor respondents of this worthy paper to give allI he news rjossiblel in regard to tbe different churches iof the county as thefWre lots of Christian people that take the NEWS LEADER POLIN ti MrCal Seayt attendjed cour- tatHarrodsbwgMonday v Me John Cprsinger and wnelvisited Rev Williams SU 1 5Mr and Mrs Will Chea ham week visited Mr v SL dheatham this MrPed Cheathaui aud wile and Mr John Reynolds and wife yisited Mir Frank Yancy Mr Marion Stranges baby isi q Very sickat this writing A protracted meeting has been gbing en at theHardesty school house for two weeks and as a re suit Rey jSimms baptized nine in the waters of Long Lick Sunday aThctlbXRelieVes Insta- ntlyCatarrh 001J II br Chest Frost Bites Muscle25cFOr aIe QY C J HaydonII QtJj il ev g t Icla de1filpod tHat the spec pie wift ineev avtithe Hardesty schpp1BJ9us3 Saturday to cpntem late qgUdiog a ctur jb May pod s Se ttrcgedd work Mr Abra Trent and wife vis ete4 i mT Hardest Sunday The farmers are busy cutting and houping fobacco this Week antI theTcrop is agreatctualbettec than was expected a few weeks gaJThe recent rains brought the crop outTcTmsfderably The Teachers Association will be held at Wijlisburg Saturday and it is hoped that agoodcrcwd will turn out It should be urged by the teachers that the patrons and trustees attend and take an active part Declamationst era ions acd essays nillbedelivered MackviI1 GoDrge Walker oid two mare mule colts to Alex McMakin pt ploomfielQ at 6750 each and soid4OObushe1f wheat to the Sharpville Mill at 80 cents de livered He also bought a bunch of 700 pound steers at20 each and a mare colt of Williani Peav ter fOfQ Reuben Bottonfbpught a bunch IofoiiOOpouudheiferforl2 and a b chof135 pound hogs of different parties ab 4t cents Dee Hyatt sold ajjuncn of 1335 pound steers to Sanders Walters CoJ of Harrodsburg atl 410 Irvin Mayes bought a bunch of 100 pound shotes of Seth Me Mullin at4 cents anU sold tin 85 arefarm to 5id Vbtaw for 1 100 W B Hatchett sold a pair of 4year old mules to Joe ODaniel of Lebanon for 250 and bought tfymare mule colt of SD Camp beM for50 Elvin Burch bought twpvyaarr ling Vorsemules ofJ PxLeser at60 achi jjSRifhai dHprn bough ifarm o l32acres o atc4C t far 4000 Possession to be given JanuarylS Miss Pearl Bauesofktanfor4- is the guestof of the family of Rev R Hi Hobbs and Miss Bird Peterr of Stanf rd is the guest of J R Davis Both tire at tractive young ladiesi Rev iV M Wood pfHirrods burg closed a twllYrs meeting atthe Baptist church in Mackvilte last Friday evening which resulted in much go6dte the lurdland commuhfty1 lrhpre were 15 additions Brp Wqbd is a forcible speaker an- dwehopeto have the pleasure ofi hearing him again An enjoyable Social was gIver last Saturday evening at the home of Miss E jnua Hyafttq hoi numerous friends Miss eltili Gardner ofr Fraukfoht Messrs Lay Adkrison and Moore pf Cardwell being in attendance- Music was furnished by the Yoculri string band Mrs Margaret Jackson Qied on the first of infirmiti i of od age in her 85th year at the Jiomp of James Cregor Funerals vicea yerjo conduct rdttf p follow ing day Jit Bethlehem by Rev Ward pfjspringiaefd after which the remftinsi were netEd In Bethlehem cemetery L WANTD We wouldjlike to askj ih migli he columns off odrapor1f there is any persftit who ha used Greens August flower fur the ctfreof Indigeionryspep- sfa andLvet Trodbles that has opt been cuVed and we also mean their rsults sucb assour siumulli fermentatton of load- habitual C Jstfvencs ue vott dysplpsia headache despoa j deut feeiu gs sleepiesfness io fact iiy tr ouble cpnjnecited with theo stomach or liver This medicine has feedn soldformanv years in till cfvilized countriefs and we wish to correspond wfih you and sdryouopt of our bpolia frge ofcost If you pever tried August FiDWer try a 25 cent bottla first Wehaoleve- rknijnOfits failing If so spmethin mPre serioas is the matter with you The 25 cfeht has just been introduced tiii Tear Regular sizo 75 cents at drurgiss G Cf Green v IItutterly impossible for any one to feel vell ito be strong and active when the kidneys are derange l Froai this Source more aMments arise the jount dation of more serioas campIaintV are formed than from any tbcr soUrce GATUBA if taken in time will cure disjISold by Wood 8 Oampbdf Sd1t bj ConsumptIOn The only kind 9fv consump tin to feqr is O1 neglected consumption People rllearningthat consumption isa curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often inciirati At the aintest suspicion of- cqnsumptionge a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at ohce Iliaf in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor ofhealthI V Neglectic1consumption does not exist wlijere Scot s EmuU sion is Rrompt uof Scotts Emul sion Checks the disease whileI it- mn be chezkFdl Send fqr free arftple SCOTT liOVrNEChetaUt sBsul Street t K twYorkI socahd joo all dflig5isti TELLINGfNEES GES7 Only Accurate y Jy la SaId toB by Girth o4 nreBifcnt the only accurate War to itljmqte a trees age Is b r the measurement of Its grtut saM a botanist Thecpu Ing of the rings if exogenous trees can only be applied ito sncli aa are cpt down In their pjime for these trees wbentliey begin to die cease to add their yearly rings fGIrtli measurement s the only safe guide to the age of trees 11Hence1 all ojthe world botanists have yow for some eafs been meas uring trces of lllwnonnd unknown agq complllngT this n volmhe of sta listics that will become more and more yaluableaslt Increases In size jTbe yew Is the longest lived of trees Three feet fl century otir stalls tics show Is Its normal gfowtli Ac eprdlngto this rultttije FOr ngn yew of Scotland which JTvaafilt slx feet In girth n1769 niiist Iw vxf 1ltt over 1500 years TheTisbtijewItn Dprj setshlrc is f tieiift iu girth and should be thercforei Jl200 years old v l yhere is atable of tthe ago of oaks that differs fronilhis itJs nor a very satisfactory table but It Was compiled rom trees of knc wn Age mid there fore It Is statIskt1IveryA- ccording valjiaBle to it aJ4Qyearold oak had circumference t8 feet 83 years foot 100 years IS fet 200 years JO feet 250 year 27 feet 300 years 33 feetPhllade3phlaiBecord iCurly iSlmvIne A sliaving wood curls up owing fo contraction onlone side and expand fllon on th otbejt Tlrtgeipanslon Is accelerated bi Viat iisrknovi n as the Jbnck Iron1 or cap Iron which istused fin mestpteries The object bthts cap Jrdn Is to break the jshavbaggintb short lengths and to prevent the cuttiog Iron Yrom tearing or splitting the fibers of the wood which lie nl Y3mortr less In a slanting direction The nearer the edge of the back ijon la placed to the edge of the cut ling iron the shorter the shavings are broken en These are smooth on one ptltertrrdspond t All wood too is formcd in circular rings such as can be llcen Jn the sec tion of any tree trunk It folloTt therefore that when the rings fw ood recu across as they are to aCCftaln ertentIn tli e jact of Jiliiniflg they are- relieved fijom t risipn and curl up In the endeavor to csparid thernsclres end 3Inssaso Saves flair The ImJrbnlsh is responsible for muclr of the bnlin s that we see u barber sajd It irritates the scalp It destr is the little delicate tender foli licles of hair thnt are trying helrbe3t tbgpt on 4n the world Vhat would ypu substitute for th- ejia1brushtbcomb14 man asked By no means Id substitute rubbing with the hiliDds massage Au tie massage mornihg nnd evening with h shampoo onc a wglk would keep the aair in excellent conditfon It would encourage new hair to grow whereas the vigorous brusbjmj that is socom mon scares and kills all the feeble new hairs as soon asi they sprout outj The brush end comb sliould only be uted jto part and arrdnge the hair fortibout half imilnutetbat is jlaily S rniia CIoyc f J family tin the south had a coal black loot named Sarah whose tius bnnd was suddonly killed In a quarry accident5 For the hue being her grit was alia by the preparations for an elaborate funeral ajpd on Hit datot Jthis ventlso dearto negroes whodc sirefo show their ImportnTJce sheiap penred bofjire her mistress in deepest bUick hut ion her hands were a pair of white gjovea such as soldietswea- at dress Parade and guard mount VWliy aunty exclaimed her mli tress what pade you get wh o gloves Sarah drew herself up indignantly and sn1ln th chilliest tones Dont ousitpose I warts dem nigjabs to spe datze b llorr vesrLlppln t Sc 1EbenzTe wife of the kindly old cltnh13 iis he slouched heavily bomewqrd Jri the dusk with his toll Worn hands segrlmeV with gold ilnst and Ills buck bowd bylieayy and laborlouf calculation vimrry uowand water the stock and ihen conic In1 dear- and well sit down Coiily and edit coupons i And f1lad r jreill be to rest sighed he 9cebeen shearln lambs all day Dum this life DodgaSt It anyway I got haq A notion to sll out and move irfrayvlfin that5 tired out hlfe Is n taro problem r tTljon you make 1is1t is a sljji you ore not gcttlutf what you want- itchjson rlobp viI BncMeiil AiDplatte Bas wbrld idefame fbr mar vetous cures fIt 5ur0asses any other salve lptipnvointment or balm for Cores Ouis Burns Boils Sores Felpn Ulcers Tetter S aIJR h eum eyef Kbrest Chapped U ids 5 kin Eru ptfons J Infallible for Pile8 Cure guar knteed Only 25c at CJ Hay Sons 1TaC ae1clm 0ItI MM Laxative Bromo QUIIIneTIIISI AAY t a I sw biuss M ltla mis 11111 f Zftt i c kWiWiliwAtIi WiiV ivj Y IiIFarifiersF j ISllpplJ jm tf I l J Q J 0F ST t j t J i t Iv THWSftllGBlBSj 4 jjL1i nr t Ii1 i7 thcpde1 td go withjy0 r prooUl1 4 iuI foY ij get your Supply of f k J t 0 FIELD i SEEDS r TI i fOfalt id ds Agents for OLD HiCKORY WAGONS ii for the Belebrateii t U t ELL OOB STEEL WIRE FENCES 3 Qilr1line of buggies for the Spring Trade iibegimaiit ttt ig t arrive and is more elaborate than ever 4 Joft yft i J x r SPmNCFltLbtKY 3 rdj w ili l M a I l i t m f Cross r Poor man I He cant help it He gets bilious He needs a1 good liver pill Ayefs Pills rrhey t directly on the liver cure biliousness trWant yourmousttcbe or betrl UseJIBUran en or nacocrars r n at ca rhe a U Mnaka Brlie Jffere liit picturesque incident in the Iunka wedding ceremony lnIntJIa riie bride goes tola stream or well nedr by with her pltclior and having filled it rajisejs it aloft on hr1soa4teadyIng It with her 6qndThcbtitlegrmcomes aqdrniji afroTv along the path in front ofjber frheruplttd1irth up11thttn her headl Transferring it grace fplly to ber hand f she restores Itto loe lirfdegrj5jJmK thus showing that she can perform her domestic duties well with band and tot lit his service He in ttirn by shooting the arrow in JCront of her hQ shown bis1 ability to protect her tend clear her path ota y danger that may beset it corot False Koxb- People sometimes lose tq ehrnosea by Disease ot by accidents and same have lost them in war For noseless persons the most appropriate organs are said tQ be made of waS and the best ones cost about 175 though a really good one can Ije fot for T5i 4 nose made of papier machemay be bought for 5 Noses made of tills material are enam clod and are deceptive and for a poor man theg are said to answer all the purposes that ate required Waxen and paper nosed are in case of disease preferable to those made by the plant ing of 1iesb on the diseased part for several cases have been known where the franspianting of thefi shoftbenose baa endangered enslIveaLon don TitBitg SFgbV Cntll the Ea iLife can beniade a success It isnot a question of climbing above poverty It Isa question of unil rstandlng life So jnany b via uftve been luqrd away and fascinated by what turn out to be phantoms and false gods We haVe had to wheel bacH and begin over Jignin and flitnlqng against Bremen dous bd ls and yet with all that Ute can be mnlle of success ifor success Con its in doing right in doing the best you cnn v Ith what you have of years of experience of sorrows of chances of joys und of hdpfc Fight until the end c ooll1fnHtN t t BrLY unit fl41Ry TIle roan I in cry must be both brake and brainy u Whenwe wer font sailing and upset leaved you fYom ia watery grave Tint was brave Xa uiUi Uqt it was not brainy f Yes it was I upset the boat on put posea Vie Parlsienrie An Excess of Nerve T like toste Doling man energetic and allIs to push himself said the old banker saciry But when he borrowed themoney from me to buy an autpmo b1lln blcix to elope with my daugh ter it was carrying things a little too tar f tIer SaperstitloB Are you superstitious Not In the least answered Miss Glggiha used to be but do you knowjL i found that whenever I tot to bcii4lng Inisigas I had baa luck Exchnpgc Good Xntnrcd rWTi5t wuuldl yju do ifI trcro tis oCfer you work j 9tqd la nlfe right mlsterV nswer cd Mcacdfjnp Sllke I kin take a joke as well pi Anybody Wasbinstoii Stnr T flIsJlrlvnte Zoo Smithi iuome olid go with mo to The too L Yoncso thank you Ill tny at home My oldest dniftgutpr does jhe laiugaroo wallv my econcb datigbter talks like a parrot5my SOB laagn JIl jI hyeha4mywIte wntcue inelikt a hawk nay cook Is 43 cypss ni a War and my inotiiertyla w says tm aaN gorllln When I to anywhere I want U eliazigWnsp U r CAMPAIGN NONEY t r Taken in exchange for anything- in ourlmMceim Gaa M- achineWelIiI will not a1ipOee of ilt at all But we have over 30000 SHII6LES G V jv I1 That we must sell bYJ the Ioyem l her election and now 18ttie trtA to get itt good msti bargain i tIj 5prf1e dl7iCQ t f ti I It HOW MANY HANDS dipintobefore you buy it Lion I Cflfflt ceaiiwshaiitight chancefocbaadifa for dirtAT thiaj to get i iPvfMMy PjPBJPBKi J ENGINE ROOM HEROES t WeCerfp5aMi PH PM Are Pederiae41 M 1 a Nobody who has set been tst SM can imagine all h thinff that CM tto a sblps ma kltMry 1 NtI- Inate tke devenes aM tnjsnitynie4 up In repairs The youth wM kares his shop full f WoMkrful and costly machines has another casapttto iwcfi tlon waiting for liittt t8M te thAr derful things that cut be a In time with at plain ordioa and chisel u rjitker worntg- reat deal ot fia enulty J a JiIfIe to have been Aboard that rai abed IQ the Itsea urbere tk f twrfc a boat davIt utralf ateaeA H thi a rivet forge btade a iiew beta fee pump piston jried put Qt it awl wwit MI again or bcfter iKIll Mtifc skip that Jlost a propelkr the wl t Mr tail shaft off the Irest ciit at Africa to replace wliich they wane fcHgti to mofe her caiffo pvvy kc fwirarC compartBaf ats twit to 1iK ic bW awl raise her stern owt eC water 4rac tkff broke eNt1shaft M w out through the k ralfcyl cramped to atkW 1ipJ psi f tb hole behind itj dja te te sparti aiuif t and couple tttip awi towai1 the JBir propeller doV emtIt fttoca aH i while she klckwt aM WaJiaiwi te heaVy sea an4 laaliy h4 i Jfw the chief eacin er orwr affcc tht axftlkr where n l sat tta4 tef a lAmvy a4pftac mgkiBig all faaC awt iwcwt whiM the vesiiei iqmmwi Wato and 4ewn in tsea tin be blt at1 the aienat isa sad the crew ktfi tie hriu at kar wlthpiitolz M it Nillj te jiw tr them from sating kIa op bifwt la isbed toe job That war wteMTtwO hours lit TrhlcJK ike iftuiT sni M 4riac enjinoef alfktle kttft oCTaMaM anti iattVestla thLos lNWiifc Bropks te ScrjlbMC4 4 rC 4- Trt 1 Si a i ttla laiy wadieted very strawy U il3rrt crfJi 1u5WMtei sissaetWai- yaery to aU bwt hamtf aM bt- t r W th iet 4It pvqisly as I ekaia Of isa W lacqttir ell cteV jitr te9Jfljao Mal cf dkcjsetoa kM ssil as it withtr t4i jjj 4 SY7- afiTablat1os1 W 0 ta fdefid of Uri rftll coorae not The tip pie would eDDepend O it wUepshe wanU t9 wish lie goes to Qm pla ltt thl7 cleaa ibtft ptciLon4eat1tS I t t oJ alAaik KIT1 I 1st SI Tee t suiuIus 3 sI to f n sawt aN t pettie iqJ Jnitt 1s st urIii 1 k Jr it SC5sw siii IWv 11Tit ass 741S 1pU- 1ss It atIsl jkUs P1r t Zs1derr fee iaitaave lik i Tk7b- Mhsse 1t SA aboY 5 sr le MM IeisL vbuiist- aM naoittsM tsiWbuT qear xitIiTshistIS704115 ifr4 1M dsi Iis IS BrT iw tbts stehd atr II i th pe- a5srgMY =me e tsibsIt taMtI gisiitiii5tk 1 UiI1ff dFllt sea COSk4l hr- h d tht t ii cassh 1t titk 1kewiat Nt ws t f all reast 5 tM the 1f Thu Iwt the Skt ue 1M W tMI ff Mt Wf i 1u 5W a iaes Zbe tbsr bet w is fil ldtb uWtasstcSMtUMpi ta s lJJv1e ii Iat I- tlii IS atti Nrf t thte WIT H tiI I uN U8t f ill 4 sis4Ie Ie 3iSIL 1t aat L ma e dSis jssq atisi- tIobcoibMt N 4I iT4L rnwl-h a s a iaM the r j w srilt ae Wii J c is ff bM s t they IMMC oacpr isIc a 7rsiM4 1 1ww s t t I r 7D4det wIt k I- tj tNtJiiIiI I I M w ts 5 jr A k 1 wit = 2 a IMt aalsgsPis-M 1 X=t t Thri is a k 1 ku- wbishrkow pstr J cw i KjW 1iis d r DefRli i Rjav t prxr Ak U J iT7 g j J 1 IBITOI I =PAH jl t1 1II J IGP11tD Xf J t cl1rrr t iI HaLAPTQN1 iI t1 01P10 II bjh fa r 3Lj 11g100 flIffhZW XY h t v1PIBPiCr JU fork aisi rPop1cm DePQlt QfcM iK rm 12 to 2 p d WF ORIGSBY j j J i f f ATTOftfY AT LAW YV vQpii tir NeItik11 I rrIl f NmkjtTlNpsyer q J 1 Al kxpsyacs el Wuh1ston j N bIn apUled that t7ftrl 03 rr 4ow- owpt J MttleaMttt of i mtttil Also all per i o ws Uck itzts will take jttW14jfaast aie not set jI at Me tHy wijl be pro I L 1 11 r Pix CHOAXC Sheriff of jfi fatott CJwiBt tfl iltjflloit8ALEOn of the W tWtas Washington county i1w Contains about 400 1 d asr foe fmrthwr information I l i1IqfrO hH R THOMPSON t tl ik 8prlnlfielu Ky i jjV til FvSaIe r rAfam of 45acrtc situated r tSppejrs4atioQ well watered IJJ a4 Ugooi state of cultivation i WiU seilae a whole or in tracts tO 44pitrcbr This farm is jJifJIJittMbereiaid is tine tobacco jtfrf For price and bther ii Jfprmatkxi ball on or ftddrest r r XJOMANN r BookeriKy tj Sale Ii tllG PaL prPrtvf- 1 iF rf Al 5mtor of tJtiWlll of spMtt frsed be f at 2 oclock pm on r I DAY 011 JT 15 V08 r k ji pntI l j wilt ofier for I 1btOthbi 1Mt sn1 test bid rth fm pwnwf by saW Sirfj on tt tbt tibieof his death Muiils about 2i mllMfrom SprtejtiM HI the St BOM and J1A 4Qott turnpike in Washington co irtj KcntvckjTt ani also at MM t ad place I will ti r tir Mlc to the hijTbeit and I b bidder all the r frapnal jpcj erty owia dby iaid imptpn attieti eof kLs death cposi iuc of cattle bor ej hop iJJ I sp araJnl lpIertso1d- t J ju Juii MHf oenl hiy ie The 1 iarm ius1 i4f of about 200 acre J ila AlKwt Ii riof which p 1 CJartrifhtCre k bottom JaiHJt a there js tin Waahington J oeMt j ant Uof said land is JJWltt iMprojred Wd IB a high otcalIvMk f TaI11Ths personal proper ytj will bt SoU for sums of 10 i JMi nwkr jcajfc over 10 pa a 0 creditI of OtlJfOiIth ote to be exec Uil with approred personal 7 t iecmrifcy MMlbeitrjng per cent c 1 Iatfrom iaje The laud wUl be eW ef fourth cash in TijajMLa il tlit balance in one two awitaree ers with interest from tale ptaWe auQlly and said tilelerrfi p y atl to be secured by 1ei retaiMd upon the land tbatifr tiattrxt if ja4t pail at maturity l Jwrn jail tiie snpald purchase JT money d iakrest shall nime- diteiybf5eie dse and payable Meeeejieiaii p the frm will be r ftW Mr efore January 1st MtlM 4eea will be executed t Ms4i p yiMMt Mmsibe made and BO if ffee e4 for the deferred 4cI 11 p f1iIMII l t when poeeeeeion is v fi e aiii yirtiee expecting to rtthsiauat be pr pJsjfstsbpifl r tbe r J of their contract on VsSI ilk Lj iT LMMAI l1tecutorof t 1I 1sJ t iiJiltajft Jtd AL iefki ieM tU store andI t ii 1Cf icostyACea JUMwz Ir M4uaayP J Jf9 = t= s rip e BTOpai t 1oIc ililMH- NHi l napp1nsor Itt j 1 y i The PrMhut aidL LattIAiIAb tviv Fri ids Ae ftiittfti ciMf TO pJnstI E awl fancy groceries of IHtaple at C Wv Hagans Buyyouij fruit Jars aid your eugar from Joaeyih A Shader1 25 Bfcola iee barrels for sale 0 tf HAGAN Pure sex la water tot milk diluted sen ed witb shaved ice at Joseph A hers Nice fat hens eggs and choice frying chic fans always on hand at Poultry louse WANTED Country produce of ajl kinds Rash if preferred C W Hagan FOR SAI E200 young W es tern stock ewes BD STILES FOR SAL 40 good ewes and about 25000 lout pavement brjck iytP MONTGOMERY j V Anew supply of bats balls masks ml sand gloves very low at Joseph A Shadefs Pickling season is now here aiadweput our vinegar against say in the i aarket 20 to 40 cite per gallon CW Hagan POE S A L fc A house and lot on East I ain stre tfpr sale cheap and oa easy terms Apply at this office j Eat what yon ran can jsvhat you cant We havj the cans glass or tir any size v 0 W HAGAN Miss Ada Barnett and Mr Goley Smith were married at the Baptis parsonage by the pastor Eeir Cannou Wednesday of last wee r t J TheBai tist Central Associa tion convened at Hardins creek Tuesday Messrs Boulware Taylor Sp Iding Dudley tapp Judge Selecman and Ivan Rogers attended a delegates from the Springfield church Rev Cannbn and Wife and a numbei of others in the coWty also wore in at tend nce t A Bepublican Convention i clldto meet in Springfield KyJ next Saturday September 12 1903 to eleetdelegates to attend the convention called to meet in Louisvilljj Sept 18S199 to nominate a candidate for Rail toad Commissioner for the 2d Railroad distr ctQf Kentucky J L Wharton Chairman epbhanCountyl xComniittee f Newstjock of Pall Millinery arriving at Mansfields Our trimmers will attend millinery openings and get new ideas fads and iashipnjs and will be ready for the public by September 20 Mrs Mansfield will do the purchasing of block and be prepared tp offer inducements with extremely low prices Newest Fall Hats now on sale Will also show full line of tile igeand other pattern hatsO Mr JsmLCochran at the jjoint sale ofMrk Susan C Mayes and Mr Cochran to take place on SepLaJ 22 f see adve4iment- on i first page will offer lot sale his fine robd mare and tbre of her colt This is one of the finest mares jii the county and h r colts have be m shown at o11i qounty fairs and have Carried orttheb- latS ribbon Thecolts are all by celeorajted sires anarefine individuals v MipsElatheirfriendsiand gqttmg married last Wed nesday The happy couple rel spdnding their honeymoon at NIagar1and the Northern Lakes Dr Grigsby and wife will 134 at home at Bardstown the Init of October where Dr Grigsb will engage iis business TheN ws LEADER wishes the happy cOuple a pleasant and Iuec fL4 life Mr r XT Bales of Richmpnd largestbUirsf this co intry boughtin this coiiin placelastoe exportjc ttle weighing 1400 and 1500 pounds Mr Bales bought of the ollpwing parties Jjbcian Qige y GiAIDoboneY1biark son laydon poe car load each and T flf Slmnis and others one cwlow The cattle were shipped t Cr from here direct to Jersey City and will be exported The residence on Est Main s rpet formerly owned by Mrs Nellie K Thurman but more recently the property of M L Searcy has been sold by 71r- Searcy toxMr W T McMillan bfI posestsionmove in with his family and make Springfield his homV JLaiitiy Tc stT To onevand toallL From now Laundry is to be strictly cash tno distinctions made The trust lately formed forces all local agents to pay cash Therefore we must have the cash Come prepared j t r Wood Campbell Hardesiy Wells 1f JRHaganSLocal A7gettts Sprfngfield Ky Rescue1 frqm Drowning A big 1500 pound steer belong jog to Nfr JW Bales who has been buying cattle in this County met yiili a very narrow escape from drowpinjgoilie av last week The animal had enpiacedwitb a lot pf other cattle in the stable lot of Mr T W Simms below town There is in theot a well covered ove wish a plank It seems that the steer in atourof inspection got onto the well cov ering andit gave way under his weight The well is quite deep and lsalsol I large in diameter and at the time contained 18 feet of water The bovine landed un hurfi in the water and floated se renely on thp surface while some men who hsd witnessed the acci dent gaye the alarm A crowd of willing rescuers assembled Hut no one seemed to know how to proceed until a bright miriJ pro posed the plan of floating him iOut Fortunately thele is in the Vicinity afire hydrant and the fire hose was brought iinto qui sition and a strong stream of water was pouring intbthe well The steer in the meantime floated on the surface of the water like professional swimmer and as the water gradually losehis teership jjust kept still and waited As the water reached the top with the assist nc of few friendly hands the steer gained firm grPund and shook his 1500 pounds ofbeef and calmly trotted off bone the worse for his ducking Itt SJn Memerlam On the 3doFSept 1903 when the lingering rays ol summer were east over the earth arid alltt nature sings a jjubilant songon such a day m the beautiful Autumn of the year the spirit of Mrs Maggie Williams Mcllvoy left its earthly tabernacle and floated out iinto the infinity of peace andMove with a full con s9iQusness that it was rapldJy approaching the mystic river and that she would soon bid adieu to earthly things wHh an unwaver- Ing heroic faith she calmly met her fate leaving behind a sw et am11stingbenedicticn Mrs Mcllvoy was 31 years of age and a consistent nfember pf the M Echufch atM Zionj having given herself to the Lord when 17 years old She had been niarried seven years and leaves aI husband and one little girl She was a loving companion de voted moiher and a dutiful ugh ttrJShe was confined to h rj bed 1 long weeks yet she boreC her suffering kpatienblyU While we cahnbtrunderstattd this stroke of providence we know that wec shall meet againwbere all mys i teries shall be cleared away Hr life needs no record nere bqt will be ndelibly written in theC book of eterntIA vlery impres sive sermon was conducted at the PleasantGrove church the following day by Rev Ward 1he remains were Interred in that cemetery to await the res J urirectton morn The bereaved relatives have tire sympathy of all V McB M r ACard of Thanks We desire toexpress our sin cere thanks to our many friends and relatives who showed us great kindness during the illness and at the time of the death of our dear daughter and sister and to assure them of our heart felt gratitude for the consolation their loving sympathy afforded ns J L Williams apd family krI IN- w t THE DIFFERENCE B4tween living Vell iet and living poorly is yOubuyUswho knows it all is Examsatisfied but people are seeking new ideas are willing to SineI learn We invite you letYoulJIf buy S p e c t acles Ees Theres only one glass that will fit eye lour1 Its properly an you dot get that one i safWe fit each eye with the proper lense antlathe proper lMain price 1C1 eRaJ L JS Cldybropke is in Cincin natj this week I f E UDavispni Jr spending the wekat T tham Miss Sara Simmhas gpnetb Xioretto toschool 1 Miss Annie Mcthord was in Lebanon Wednesday Matbew Wakefield of Bards toyn was here yesterday Rev GA Strickland is at Tatham Springs this week jj t j Jams Hagan is dangerously y iq at thehome of his mother J Miss Echpls1 retfflwied to her home in Alabama sday- M ssrswlr H ud W A Waters are at Tathim Springs Will WhartouandCleJlap Cun ninghatnwerern Lebarton Su i day ofN4Haven j f Green Mrs W C t Chord wasjat Tatham Springs a few days l weekt lest Mrljand Mrs i Will Bobertsbn wre at Tatham the first of the week Miss Gertrude S4hjader joTr fLoulsyille is visiting parents fMissii 1edI in honprCf Miss Echoes Fridiy eyeniug 1JMrs Leonard Rabat S pf Lou iisiana is visiting Mfs T W Siinms Jr MrandMrs Beail of Oldham county are visiting Rev andJ Mrs Cannon J Logan osIey ri tF itevi Nr Cleaver attended the hop heref Monday night jl MISS Lify Sirams visited MIss Aline Smith Bardstown during thefair last week rj The ypuflg men gaveadelffpt ful lance Monday night in the Gadberry halll Mrs Kendrick lyahen of Owe sbpro is visiting Mrsml W Simms Jr 1Mrs Kate Williams has gone fo Indianapolis purchase gobds for her fall trade Miss Ellen Wathen has taken a clerkship with Robertson Brosis for the season Miss Virginia elements has accepted a position with Mrs Williams the miflfner Misses Edith and Myrtle Price and Jennie McCabe have gone to St Catherines to schocl Mrs Mims dnd Mrs Ford of CatlettsburK are visitingvMr heoloreMiJJs near town r Mr and Mjrs Byron Crpake attended the Baptist Association at Hardins Creek Tuesday Mrs RXHcijlroy has gone tp Oxford Ohio to place tier daughter Miss Alice in schoo Marshal DJipcan left Tuesday for Lexington Va tQ attend school at Washington and Lee University Mr Will MbChord left yester day for Lexington Va where he will attend the Virginia Mili tary Institute v The Arkansas Travelers have returned hvome delighted d with their trip but satisfied to remain jn Kentucky Wi hester Phillips of Leba ijpii spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr and Mrs John W Lewia Miss Mary Lewis and Miss Echols visited Miss Foisted at Bardstown Friday nigh iand at tended the dance Mr WD Claj brooke wenMcx Hardins Creek as a delegate the Association and incidentally to do some electioneering 1 Miss Mary MciElroy entertain ed a number of friends last Wed a 5i wfii6ti iiiIi EI I ScmiiAnnnai I IiSsAgWIyIThS 6T l 1 Iito4 Ou Monday and cJIcNA1r If Tuesday Sep fiiUU1 I toreoat fMerehntieinuerTailoring It r t Rousoln 3 14tt C J5 AriOa If fWe will have our7sSemiannufll opening fseason jj and willhave on dis We IbsM ltalthefplaya full and COn1TIb mi Qre d jt nd w fTI3 comprising all the r H tofit trimmed gamtets ntiti f tlatest Novelties ii fat merit of the 1a5jWant High Clas 3 Tailoring at Moder F tepr1ces atlsfac OarUMbSlMniky E lion guaranteed ROBE RTSO1 BROS ROBERTSON BROS- t 1- m t tnesday evening in honor ovfiss- Lewis and her friend Miss Echols i Mr H M Grundy and Miss Annie McChord and LfeutW 0 Reed and Miss Jennie Clay brooke attended the Bardstown fait Saturday L i LETTER OSfT v Remaining UHclaiined in the Springfield postofflce for weok ending September 5th Mr G LaRue Bankley Sallie Ben B rnrdMI Marie Cobbs Rev M Mv Carroll Miss Agnes Goatley Miss Mill Harges Mr Frankie Henny Tint Hecnessy George Howk The Host rmau Hill Chemical CoW J Holland Robert Inman Mrs EJiza Kniffley Mrs Susie May Booker Macban Bud Nolkenv Rev JoB Rogers Tom Summers 2 Persons camng icrtnese letter will please say advertised and give date pf list W A Waters Pf iJ- IFarmWited Ii wish to rent a good farm of about SOb cres for which I yrjll either pay inpney rent or give one half crpps and stock Ref eregces either bank of springJfi ld i KENRY WSITEMAMT Springfield icy Commissioners Salel t Mrs Martha Snfaercplffflr vs v EqUit3 OpIaTewlll dftsl BJT yirtue of a jndgmeijt and order of sale of the Wa blngton circuit court rendered a the May term thereof 1903 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in S rlngtield Ky QN MONDAY iaEPT 28 1903 at oclock pm or thereabout be log county contt day to the highest bidder atpubllo auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following describecfproperty towit Chapfinand tract No 1 thus bounded towit Beginning at a suttar tree on said line 1cor to Tucker now Keeling thence with down line N 78Ei05 poles to a stake thence N llpoles to a stake ckeyeonasmallto Tucker now Keeling thence Southwest a straight liner with said Tucker now Keeling line to an elm tree on north bank of said river at the month of a small drain thence up saidriver as supposedtoTract No2 beginilDK at a sugar tree on north bank of Chaplin River cor toTerrJH ttfence Northeast up and with said river as it meanders to an oakat the mouth of a drain thence Up said drain N1 to said Terrjlls line to B sto now corner of Owen and TerrIll thence NorI west Ttfrills andOwens line to the beginning supposed to contain one acre more or less Said two tracts lie together nd fOrm one connected body of lJIidIIfor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers whit approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force Bldderitlterms THOR A MEDLEY Mtq w c o Feaifnllls A01nst Him Bedridden alo e and dstitut Such in brief was the condition ofaQ old soldier by name of JJHavens of Versinlles O For years he was troubled with Bid ney disease aud neither cfocioi nor medfcines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bit ters It put linn on his feet in short order and now he tescifies Im on the road toorppLtere- oyey Be t on earth for Liver andsIICidney troubles and auil forms of fcJtpmwch and Bcwel Complaict Only 50c Guar anted by OJ Hsydon A tp fI Msa is spsr7b it t jssM- sLIativc UcomsQM Ta Ss JIM ntkthM se tt 11 M5Se m limf m H11 H1 IIOR- DDEarTIsT pFFI9EPnnuunT Ebic4 Permanently located SPaIi iDri REAL ESTATES sale by NastorsonI wharton Age ts We have in our charge for sale ttet following described property nipstiy th Washington county a complete description of any ftbls property will be furnished on request 135 acre farm located on the pike eight miles from Springfield Ky nw five room wel1ing new barn welllj fenced and watered Price 30 per acre 2 acre farni seven miles from Springfield near the pike all in high state of cultivation mostly in grasp jweli improved Price 83250 per acre 60 acreiarm4 miles from Spring field near the pike Small house and small barn 8adres of creek bottom p lce30 per acre 142 acre farm seven miles froin Springfield on the little Beech 30 acres ofbottom and goad improvements of etery iind Price 30 per acre 2CO acre arm sixj and half miles from Sprihfle1doS the pike good improvemenfs 0f every kind landall- In good state of eiUivatioo2Q acres of good creek bottom Pdce WO per acre Springfteldbarn farm nJostlf in grass Price 10 pe acre x 200 acre fJrrll two miles from Springfield on the pike well fenced and watered all in high state of cu- ltva tto lays TjreH Price S35 peracre 196 acre farm 10 miles from Springfield 2 miles from Loreg Good hose and barD 3d acres of bottbm Price 5000 130 acre farm three miles from Springfiel near the pike On the Bounty JRoad fanqalllays well and is well fenced aFd watered good house md barn 133 acre farm eight miles from Springfield good tour room house good stock anil tobacco lbain plenty of good tpbacco land Price 32230 per acre SO acre farm onernaf mile from town mostly IiI grass plenty of good tobacco landfotir room house stock and tobacco barn r50 acre farn one half mile from Springfleid iin grasslarst class im provemens of every kind good orchard f247 acre farpx all Ilays well and um der gbodv fence nice seven room dwelling ou4e largest ck barn good cow bar4 and all other outbuild tugs Price S3o per acre 20 acre pace onehalf mU from town nice small house aId barn milk hou2nd carriage liouse rJceUOOO 605 a resVf good unimproved land one milefrbn SprfrJgEeld mostly in grays Price 40 peracre jIB acre farni six mileS frpm Spring field mostly 14 grass plenty of good tobacco and four room dwelling and goodstpckana tobaccd barns Price 34 ber acre acre fajrm located four miles froth fSpringflel4 with good house tobacco barn Iadd outbuildings all good land well1 fenqed and watered Price 830 peracre1 T ii ektabeROOOIi OTiarnberlains CpughJlemedynaB a rernark blerecor Tt has been in use for over thlrty yearSi ntlDr which time manr tiUlion bottles have been sold ant nsed It has long teen the standard and main xelianca in thn trabneqt of croup in thousands of hbmes1 yet dntiag all thia j timer no case Has ever been reported to the manuf ctureri in which it failed tbef feet a curq When giveu as soon as the ohjld becOmes boars or even as soon pslhe croqpy coih appears iit will prevent the attack It is pl aMnt to take many chilarCtliktit It con bins no opium or other iM mfal itik tlJ1thrnothsftnMviworI lyrHaydloas dru itore UIIJfL SALVf eSJtfii jIniV IIhave a nice line of fancy1 gOos those who wansometbing- I i di 11want you to see my lime of d Specialties Ii Cms aid littks 7x v yAlso Iihave on hand fresb frnitsmd tI +Ineason4I L tE s tVeStf t THE cceN eRcPi r Fait FnrnisMiMs r t FCRI J j I MeD WOmeritld6DildltJ Now iis the tjme tar the buyWashand strigxOutingSkirt cWe are ofiferiug J I SOeMfcGinghams and wSLlklt tt Thrj40c Satin Stripe Ginghams for 25c I 4 25c Satin Stripe SlnghiuiiiB for IGe 25d Lawns and Organdie fo ISi 20c Lawns ajid Ginghams I2 I2e I2e Plain and ace Stripe Lawnf4c A nica assortment of Ladies Black MohairSkirts A nice linetjf IfiaMi Blue iJ4ohiar Accprdeon Plettcd Skirts These goods reTerjff pop iiiv and we are snaking special prioet on them J We are rnakrng heavy cuts jin the prfc t onLd CLOTHING15OOujtsI J260SUltSI for 350 i IObOSuitsfor 675 8OOSuits for jBOO r 5OO Suits for 1300 i Donft miss seeing these Suits ai agreat many of themN tfr medium ar4SUMMERboughtathaNtheirJ J We are offering oir entire Stoek at reduced prices to make rooM Jbt an immense Fall aiia TPinter 8todc r JJ f We always make SpecaIl pric w f d CSHSUYERSr IYouri Very RpccEaLty- C tiC1nninghamaDf JOflN 5 McLROY il 6 ffffNSURd r t f y kf v Lifeflero i W ji i r 4 I I rfi ktOFFICE OVER PJEOPL S BANKrrS 5 During my absncifromoft Wt O4byo- iOeorge tNeikfrkwiltattncli tQsny buakiseS- fdrme t r J TS I TIIiTi i tt- wi vi kIVttt You dont wait Ii Tha- ihykep jtr WN it lt1ri Ayers MafariaandAgueii tlI Sfe f MEXICAN INbIAN MAIDENS j Y 4fc afltMt1Ye I iev a ivfc CamrilMr eiitte a eC Vesica requIres the k Iuiutie CourUhg Sh 4 j jMf U b1ituI as1 the oung swat C w1he te asdnate but she M to take the initiative In love tif c itelM The yoQWfJPepple meefonljri Nl e fetI ad after she bats got mildly 43t ft 3mtei tbe Influence of the native beer p i1it la liberally consumed by nil she I 4 s N j3 tO attract his attention by dane befQP tutu in a cInmy way up and jWnbd tbe sa e spot But co bashful t L ii she that she pctrslstently keeps her S Wtk turned towaroV Win SD may a1l it down near him and pull his bet and sing to lliu fn a gentl Jtow voice a simple Ipvle spiig such as J SBcaiitlfuf man to bo sure Ifocca- Artptf requires the parents of the girl 13 u4to the larents of the boy 5gQn daughter wants to inarry your AWB Then they send the girl Jto the Soys fcome That the young peopm may acquainted For twoL jAecome orjtbre days perhaps they do not speak t6 encil ther butfinally she playfully begin j3o throw pebbles at him If lip does r jjwt return them she understnnujS that J t 0 does pot care for her If ho throw them back at her she knows tinat idie ias won him She lets her ijlanko- aropjand runs off Into the woods am h ri ot log In following heiCat j L1tz In pnknOwfl MxIco i2 Ckaigeof Air 3 r The quasi miraculous benefits whic t are associated with changepf air In the L4popular beflf are In reality deriyed 1 twiien they acchiefr m changeof en i Ylrpnment ua change of habits te life In nV great ninny Instances the measte of tentflt obtnlnzthle sould be V effectually secured and at mucl- i Jess dxtoense byvtnere change habits without the fatigue and incoprenienc 4 of change of domicile TJie ovjr trrought cltyjclerk might advantageous t l3Wake JL to tVJIii 4cnb i1iiJe the c5tuIU wonja nha it a relief t d1 ciiorge for ii tiirifcllid function3pf care j taker Cia Deserted house klnny ai Oyervprked physician would expert i eifcci a distinct Improvement were he tp ttalify as chauffeur with no other I Abject in view than to cover space and p tkre ar few domestic servants yrhost I t health would not be sensibly modified 3briefS eperlqnce as milkmaid or c glcazier should the sesqn1eng Itself tO Q i that pursuit The literary gent c whose brafnIs sterile of new Ideas Jjik might recuperate his energies bj usurplngMlie role of a sick man and Jp remaining In bet for a week or trco- 1Tc iledlcal IttrrieW 1L A Spider and a Klncr On the eiilngof one of the roomsin Sans Souel the world renowned palace of Frederlclciherl Great in Prussia Is the painting ojf a huge pidor with itl web Tlf reason for this odd decora tlonMs that one morning Just as the 1h i king was about to drink his usual I j i mornjngjcnp of chocolate in this room he turned aside for something anil wheriai moment later he took up the cut he noticed a small spider had Jtalien Intb 1L Immediately upon giv 4i rtigoIl order for a fresh cup apistol rreport was heard and jt was dlscov 4erc3 that the cooWhad shot himself FTliS jHinann frti thin AUtrna Infprffrinnil 1 out was that he had poisoned the chocolate and of course whena fresh j cup was ordered ho supposed his J reaclie hadl been discovered It was Irf remembrance of this narrow escape that Frederick ordered a spidefs web lo be painted on the celling I riL4r A Consoled Vfl1 ksaid Coyote Jimj e dk make n mistake once stranrbut we squared It up all right How was that asked tire tiTer foot lne day a Seller come tifrduil- I towji exiJialned the iiative rldln two ways for sundown an somebody al yelled he waa a boss thhsf In course vre rounded him lip an strung lni- nfore4 we found hed only stole a Cl0thqshorse from his wife to trade for lickcr But Ire held a meelin right I atter an1 the widdergot our washln fee the next year so she never lof J nothln by It nii she got her clothes liorie back too Cincinnati Commer t 4T eiaturibune j t1 iJJftT llarcr o Olive I 4Tess narryifaoodley Is engaged to Olfvo Sbbcrle YouVe heard otit of v course cJosNo Ilefl I f1IQnght she cto1in1csb Wra1pNl41p Inher tell r ernnea work to bcther wItl mntri tltsee4annot By the way her ngaement rIngLil quite npproprlntIy- Jicribetl the very essence of temper ricVTH2 0Phliadelpl ia Pibss j i Experlenceils What J the first ihiiig to be done in caf of jflre asked tjip professor Sue tiici Insurance comp ny promptly answered thejx y at theifooT I of the cIas3i nvliosc fnthor hind been burned out once or twice ndappoar d to have made agood thing of It rrE II p Lre always beau ji1rul aud always J 4 happy accord i 1- J prtimostly true Ta here xwy be unM sappy brid setion but theiii ire few In real lifE jJw But how bardio Idokupon ian3tf the wives we to rkno and believe O jfI vL lHat they Twere jnee beautial and happy Pain the csnlt of womanly disease hs marred Seauty and undermined happiness y c5nt T3ilWI13 I T r FOR WOMEN WHO CANNOT EB CURED V Eked up by over a third of a century f remarkable and uniform cures a record c wch as no other remedy for the diseases to women eve tIztfuained the proprietors of Dr Pierce I warI4noney m the unuca States iorany case 6f leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolap s luSjf or Fallingot Womb which they can act cure All they ask is a fair arid reason tbk trial of their means of cure 4 w T ave thought for i me time I would Write ll 14 kllYMI9 the great improvement idi- ith lee takIsyouX avorite Prescrip ltott yMrs H sJecie of Forest K C IWle lWtwi Its use I vas a physical wreck MaQ d4ei iilred of ever having ny health Coal mot H up day nd wa wsiesk oould ot walk eec queue of mile noted Vest Improrement in tayhealth brfare the rst bottle was used Was ffijtij W4tasteveiy pain that a womanitibectto kM IaammaUon of ovaries pfttpUl and pedads and othi iymptoms of 4 E4ese Aer takthg six bctries of Psv04elrescdption like a new pci If you are looking for a perfect lajca bve try n Kerce Pleasant Pellets T GrIps Grim Gz p Caused iiear D1ease Cou1a i Tt Li V I eifSfcJef T JDrMiles ret Curo and Nervine Cured Me tiirs H It lobe fonnerry of Uirmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the fame slaIr as follows f Itis with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Ntrvine and lleaii Cure J only wish that could tell every sufferer how much good they have done me Last winter I hkd a severe attack ofXa Grippe which left any heart In a very bad condition I could not lie down for the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart J had not been so that I could lie on myleft1Tde for a long time I got your Heart Cure ansi took three bottles I have no troubleijbflr with my heart and can lie on my Ieft1Side U ve1 a my sight Formerly had suffered for years with nerv bus prostratiOn I had tried so many rem edies that I tad cot clear Sut of heart of cel ting anything that would help me The nerves of my heart were to affected that sometimes jlwould lose beats so it would seem to stpp altpgeUfer It was on the ad vice ofa lady friend that I tried your Restor ativetjervine J felt better after th1rs few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cute made me reel like a new person My heart It all right and my her ousness is all gone I never fail to secom mend it to otherS afflicted as J was AH druggists sell and guarantee first bet le Dr Iiles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Elkhart ha- dioMAciA WEAK it MajTBe StreustheBed fey Weatla a Wide Flannel BandmKe All who sner frqn poor digen should wear a ten lich tvldtinpit flan nel bandage nest the skin pinned fair ly tight round jhe body over the stow itch No liver b rdigestive pill pr iiep staj preparation helpS the stomach a twentieth part aff much as hl flannel prescription A poor circulation In the stomach causing that chicly mfserp hie feeling Is at the rotft of half the ndlgestlQn that mortals are heir to Thatis why hot water drinking gives relief It helps the circulation A flan nel handnge worn day and night all the year round curesi the faulty blood cir culation of the stoulaoh cohseqtientlylt cures dyspepsia Five hours Interval between mealf avoiding fried foods made dishes and mixtures arid observ lug three or four JLenteri meals In er ery itveek are golden rules tot good di gestion A good dinner at night Is nec essary for those whose pleasure pr work UeepVthem np very latec but frOrdinary folk who dine at 7 and go to bbfl about 1030 bnly a light whole sonierepast should be taken at the enf of the day when the muscles and nerves are more or less exhausted A tlr stoniach ls a weak stomach Is a golden rule to remember yet how often one hqprs people sny Ive been rushing about nil day arid am tired to death I must have a big meal tomnke up font You may put the big meallntQ the stomach but you cannot make the stomach digest ttExchange Killed Him In Cold Blood It wasaftcr dinner IB tfie little cafe telorod by lit Kary Bohemia and the liners at the end table were swapping stOries of their most startling experiences Each had told a thriller and all eyes tuVnedto the long haired poet who wrote inly martial lays jiwd ft terrible experience once ie safclr The memory of It haunts rae iow Jj Infllcted the most awful fate iosslble t Imagine upon a fellow creature It was Iii Germany Ididiiit cuow the language very well and I suppose i mUst have made some blunder in addiessing a fiery looking chap at a hotel there What It was I dont tnbWt but at fthy rate lie declared he hId been Insulted and demanded a due mliie sjpdtj V pHgr ofup he cried In tones of- featfyi vrhth shall never leave this opni alfvef I ki iw him to be ttncxpert swords Juan But was I afraid No So let it be I said And then I rushed out of the room lockeiprati door behind me and let him thEreto eINew York Press A Bonrillntc Iloaiie Saperatlttpn Speaking of bajd luck said a land adythe other day did jpu pyer hear that jc was hAd luck to go back to a house you had once HvcU In Well it Is heard some one say that when I was nrlittle girl and someway It has always remained In my mind If any person who has lived in my house goes away and talks of coming back I al vfiys try to dlssnnde him One young ellow scoffed atihe Idea yet tile day mejbeother until lie moved awayt from my louse lie would have stuck It out only I told him I would have to have uy room So he went away and at once secured another and better pop ion than 4he one he had when he first came tome Tho B xt Biircnln on Record Probably neVer lathe history of the voiid wjas a better bargain made than lie purchase of tile island of Grenada iii the British West Indies It was ought lky tie French from the Carlba ya solemn treaty in the middle of the kvcnteehth century and the price paid was two bottles f rum Esaus ness of pottage was a gqod stroke of iislness by comparison The Carlbs soon regretted having sold their teirtb right and vainly tried to get the Island nck by force It now onebf Eng ands most prosperous colonies In the- West Indies with a population of over iO000 and a big twde Why lie Quit HalrtWiat youve stopped calling on the girl wftimlie plaid waist Toia Yes Its all oyer there Hai WhyZ Father object Tom Bloss you no And Iliad nerve enough to dodge all her hints about bttthe1hasttimeSNow Stuck on the center table ihat ioored tdc and Ive quit New York Time3 Iz Ideal Sllmpursfe Yoii say you are not in lOve with hny oneje but you are iiiove with an JdealTfl Perhaps I can in tIffletiprceb that IdeaL 3fianiI regretfully Im afraid storytrythttg sblpnabfe PaentThLtiUi1 exorbitant Doctopr Bnf my dear sir Fashionable Patient Not a word sir Either cut It In two or find some tUft Hi the matter with me THE CLOSET DOOR 4 net It May Be tied ta AdraRiajre In n Smitll npora iany a girls room either 4t hom pr ot school is smaller in size thap the bcciupant tou1d like Instead of a bureau or dressing tabl that takes up rooni gnnd floor space suppose the looking glass dressing table and wash stand be combined In a device forinr side of the closet door The closet doors shown half open in the cut The lODkmg glass is screwed to the upper panels 6t the dppr below It ri shelf is IeMiin hlatei by a fancy iron bracket To the lower panels are attached pock eta of cloth for boots and slippers Lit tie pockets on either side of tlurglss UTiLIZIO THE CLOSET JJOQE hold tooth an4 nail brushes and other small articles pf the toilet The shelf occupies no cjdset space that woul otherwise be occupied for clothln would not be hung at the front tit the closet in the doorway The pitche of water gad Its washbowl can le kept irr the bottom of the closet ton side or out of the way under aJshel that maybel1aced low doWn Inoue end f the closet Such a device is also of yOjUie where a girls sleeping room must also be her sitting roOm There isno loss of light by this closet door Arrangement for when the glass is to be used the door is swung open brlnging the glass Into tile room with the added advantage that It ian be swung up almost any angle to catch the best light froni the windows Mts Ar L Boardntnn In Practlca Farmer Women Brokera j ilanhattan has two feminine stock br jfi2rs One of them was a school teacher but she got tired of teaching the young idea slow to shoot and when she saw an opening in the stockbroklnj line she took It without hesitation Many women would rather deal with a woman broker where possible and this ypung schooHeacher is always in her office In lower Bipadway ready to transact business and to give advice to her patrons as they may ask for It Sfie is respected by the men In the same line and her affairs are always carried on In suh a serious business like way that the men cannot but ad mit her Tight to be in a calHng ol Which men have long had the motipp olyi The other woman brpkCr wlic hasan uptown office is Just as dis- Creet and systematic and the only War either of them has is that their success may eventuallycause field to be overcrowded flenoviitingVeiv t Any ont who possessesa flatiron and a piece of clean muslin brlbng cloth has only to beat the flatiron fairly hot moisten the cloth strut spread It over the iron lying onltjrsldeon thetobld to have a capital 4ittje apparatus for renovating Velvet Befbro beginnlngth work brush tile velvet thoroughly tt raise napias much ns Osslblip using it soft hairbrush and not an ofdlnar3 Whlslc whl h Is too sharp and harsh Remove nil spots with gasoijne Whet the velVetls dry and as clean as It caf be got l1mld1tvCr the stcafn rising from the iron witH the Creases have disappeared Atf the cloth dries1 dip it freshlySln water ATI obstlnate crpasi Will often come out If if Js passec back and forth over the sharp edge ol the iron The wrong side 6f the velvet should be lieli toward the steam IIardwortl Floors Hardwood orpoflahed floors should besweit each day either with a soft hnlpbrooni or with nn ordinary broom covQretl with rf bag of canton flaunt secured jby a draw string where the broom meets the liandle Hav the flannel wrong side out the rough side of1 thlsiuaterial will catchjUj allpar tides of lUst In brushing arodhd a rug with such a contrivance always turn back n portion and brush or sweep up well under the edges The flooring may also be wiped oyer with a cloth rrung out In clear water of medium temperature or water to which a few jablespoonfuls of kerosene oil have been added Dont Talfcr About Yonraelf It Is but natural that we should find durselvps Interesting arid our own do Ings of the utiuost Importance but alas others do not find them so Our little troubles and perplexities as a rule are a bore to them and Jt we are wise and would retaina reputation as an amiable companion the less said about ourselves the better The art of entertaining like nil other arts should be cultivated The world about us teems with topics of conversation and the sooner we get ptjtslde of ourselves and away into the beauties and sun shine of the outside world the better Slarrona Glacea The matrons glnces which ore im ported from France at 150 per pound cnn be very easily m de at home In France the chestnuts are peeled nnfl boiled In clear water after whiCh the skins are removed They are then placed in a rich sirup flavored with Mexican vanilla where they remain for about three days They are thenjnkon outand allowed to drain and are again coated with vanilla and packed in jars with the filriJp Exchange The Real TLInJr This said the y6Ung Benddlet who was Just realizing that heliad caught a Tartar is what I call real married UfeV Pin glad youre satlsfledrWh some thing she snapped Oh Im not I merely meant to In form you that it Is not idealPbila lelphla Public Ledger Why Sht Liked Him Wiiyido you like Harry nskrtliohe fair maId of another He kisses you most awkwnidly Ive noticed thats Just why lilke him was tW quick retort If he went aBout It Inn paceful manner I would know he hInd been practicing before he met me A General Thonijut I tell you Ill be master of my bousr wben iHn a man said little Bonnie Thats Vhat your father thought when he was your age Bennie replied lie boys mother 1 Sltjdiaqcit Is good capital in any jusiuessl and the yOung mari who has this to start with together with wHim ted energy Is bound to succeed Max wells Tall sm an a CULINARY CAPERS What salt is ito ph egg suclTis rice to gumbo Nq self respecting took would ever think of parting the two For sponge cakes Always sift the flour twice for Jhe of tener the flour Is suTted the lighter will be the cake Fresh meat must neyec be Salted when frying for salt tends to extract the juice of the meat and at the same time harden it It Is recommended to soak bath In sweet milk overnight after siicingit fgr frjiug prbrolliug The milk 1s said to make it Very sweet anditeuder7 If the cream for whipping seems ratljer thin try adding n pinch of pow dei4d gum drabic sifting into the crean wlth nlttle powdered sflgar A very good upper cru t for a deep nlfi Is made lir rnlitiliir n tnl lpsnnoiifn of butter ito three tablcspoonfuls of flqiir pastry flour jiroferred Use enough Ice water to make a paste iC very rich fruit dessert Is figs a Ia jcrenie Steam large rflgs for fifteen minutes cut open at tlie widest em and fill with alulxture of apricot Jan and chopped Enclisli TvaJmits Close the flgs roll In powdered sugar ant serve with whipped cream fI TheKltclicu Thermometer Every up to date kitchen has a their mometcr In It nowadays and it 6v In almost constant use Thereis tiauncOr tainty therefore as to whether the oven is Just riglit for the roast njo When It Is proper thstt the poundcak should be slipped in jJ The stat 6flTk oven has of course a great Influence a the amateur cooks effort If thorel anything In tlie world that is exnh1r- atliig It Is to make a cake wltlj gcea care and then to have the overt so hQt that the top crust burns before UfO Inside bakes It Is bad also to have the bread bake so quickly that It does not Have a chance to swell as much as it should These catastrophes and manj others happened to the amat0u cook before the thermometer came Into vogue as n part of the kitchen equip ment Tliey couldnt happen now wIth it hanging within easy reach all road to be taken down and placed in the oven for n space Many of the new cookbooks not only tell how long each dish must bo cooked but they tell ex nctly at what temperature they must be kept while cooking This is of the greatest help to tIle woman who does without the services of ii cook WonHen aa Wage Earner According to statistics of the LOndon county council there are in London 2334450 females of whom 719831 are wage earners More than half a million are uuularried The occupations fol lowed by these fcuiale Jsvorkere are said tor cover the jthole range of em ploynient These sft tlstlcs are remark able as showing how large a proportion ofthe work done In the worfds great est city Is car Iedvon by women The suggest iau that theentrauce of women Into1 so many lines of work Is to tile detriment of the titbev sex and of theI Industrial sltuatioii is plainly falla dons The enlistment of the gentler sex In the ranks of wage earners in creases the aggregate production and adds greatly to the total wealth of the world The drawbacks are not eco nomic but social That there should be more than half a million grown women In the city of Condon unmar ned nnd erfgaged in dally toll does not argiie a riornial condition of jsoclety Tlie situation may not be so extreme in our American cities bi s rapidly be coming Aflntitn Tnlrnl I VomeU Grooms An American idyls respopslble or areniarkable InnOvation Site tqpk over to England a ijumber of wpnien grooms and now they have become a fad with Wealthy English The espe cial duty of the feminine groom is to attend her mistress when put on fforse back It is now pointed out that she Is much more desirable In that capacity than a man She useful Incase of Illness or accident and sIte caniwait on hfcr mistress lu many useful ways Be sides site serves for company If the latter feels Inclined to talk while tint male attendant must of course be steadfastly Ignored Women grooms do tiotcavie for tho horses If competent they teach theJr employer to ride aid lug her to uiouitt aul dismount These positions are usually hold by the daughters of the rldlfig masters Setttujf Color v Before anew jirlnt goes Into the tub set the colors The way of doing that doponds on the color For greiini blue plriklshpurplp mauve arid nih1iio reds soak toirinlnutoStn alum water lislntf four ounces of nlum lo a tub of water For the madder tints soak sugar of lead solution an ounce of tIle salt to a gallon of wafer For littiok black and white grays and deep purples dissolve a handful of coarse salt In a tubpf wa ter and poak about sevcn minutes Sonic blacks are made fresher and more permanent by putting strong black pepper tea iutg the flntf suds It Is host to try the color of anything by wetting a small piece In the various so lutlpns and using Jhat from which It comes out brfRhtesC Dragging Pains 2S25 KeeleySt CHIC ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gcation of the Womb with severe pains through the groina IIsuf fared terribly at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing ol blood to the braii WHat ta try knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but had never tried Wine of Qardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to takeand soon knew thai I had the right medicine Key blood seemed to courio through my veins and alter using eleven bottler I was a well woman Mrs Bush iis now in perf it health because she took Wine of Cardur for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when another remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient the ia on the road to health Poi advice in coses requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory- Departiient The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- nnNEoCARDU L Y2UN6 F8UCS AiREAL COWBOY WHIP The Var to 3lnU One TJiaf Will CratiU Lite rUtolShbt If any little boy would like io have a real cowboy wiilp he need only fpllow the Instructions given herewith and he will have hls wlilpt jFIg 2 of the diagram shovvs vthe proper way to braid a whip To make fie Irawing simple oujy four strands arC jused but by exqctly the same inetbjod any number ojt Strands froni three to fifty nay boxbrjilded It will however be better to xpcri men with four strands until the prin ciples of the work Is undcrstood Take four strands of equal length and knot then together nt one end Separate one of the strands from the rest We will suppose that It corresponds to A In the lla mm Separate a second string from the rest and lay it across the strh g A The second string will corre spoi d to B Lay a third string ncrosS the string B The third string cprre sponds to C Lay tie fourth string ro MAKE THE wnir across C and vthcn run It Ander lie Xiiuiiii AThe fourth akiniii cuiivapuui- toiiD Pull all the strings tight andre peat the process It makes no diflerence how ninny sir ngs there are In the braid Lathe in in turn one acr4ss the other aild then tuck the last one under the flrs on A little eJxperim ntihg wIll enable any one to understand how the braid ing Is done Ep make the lash graduai ly jdlmlnlsh begin with a large numbe- of strands and as tile whip lengthens gradually cut them away until onlj three are left Make a loop at the end of the whip and attach a snapperja shown iniIg 3 Figl sihoWs the handleof the whip Which should not bei morcrt an nfop long Tie or loop the whip around thi neck of the handle A whip braided ai described maybe perfectly contrpll by the haild anti jjrlll snag like the crack of n pistol j Dor Are itcbeil When WC see the JOyS on the streets dndpilbHc places we often Wonder i they know that business men Ore watching them In every bank store and olUce there wlll ooh Be a place for a boy to fill Those iwholiave the man ngenientof the affairs tf business vlfl select one of the bbys They will not select him for his ability to swear or smoke cigarettes Jiusiness mennay have a few loose habits themselves bCt they are rooking fpp bpys Vhp are as near gentlemen in every sense of the word as they can flnd and they are able to give the characterof everybody lu the city They tienot looking fo VowdleH When a boy applies for one of these places and is Refused they may not tell him the reason why they do not want him but tile boy can depem upon Itthat hes been rated according to his behavior Boys cannot lifTprd to adapt the habits and conversation of the loafers and rowdies If thy evei vont to be called to responsible posl tionsi Advance Electric Trick Electrified GlassiWnrm aglass rod and rub it briskly ith n silk haiidker chief or any fyleee of old silk It wfl become elect rifled ami will iittroct t light objects such as bran pith baIs feath ers and small jjltvoT paper in the same manner as a niagneVftttracts Iron Elccirinedf Sealing WLItufra stick of fiCilliiiR wax with warrN dry flannel It will bicqtne electrlflel and Will act In the ame way as the glass rod Rub bln3 It briskly on thacMat sleeve will have the saniej effect hut crfrefiiViuam- mas mlKht object tV that An hinuslng trick is toUhrow up light feather rinrf chnse It with an elJc trlded stick bftseallng wax A bjimp of Skill Did you ever try throttling cords In h hat It Is grfqt fin Take an old high lint plrtce It rbn the floor then let the players in turn stand n dlsthnte frbui h say tOn or twelve feeL Ust nn ordinary pack of cards arid toss them dno by one in the haf as far its pps sjljle A prize tq iiniwho gets1 in the greatest luimper adds fa the Interest After a Httl priijtlcc It remarkable how skillful one may become Danger In WnaltiiiBT Mamma saId little Elirfer you mustnt WasU my neck any niorc Why not dear ajsked his tnoiher Causes our Sunday School teacher Bqld all little boys Tvert marie dlTdust and If I got wet Itii afraid I will be mud replied h6 The Inrt of Ilo j Iftllty There la n v ry simple rule Thnt cvor qno should knovy You may not bear of it 1n school But cv rywHero you co In every lend whore people dwell And men ar good rid true Youll nnil thy UnUerstand It well And so Ill tell itybu iTo every pne who elves me f jod 91 shafes his homev Ith mo I owe a debt of grat1ttt1e And mustjoyal be T I may not laugh at him or sa7l Oflrtm a word linklnil His friendliness I mustrfclwy And to his faults l e blind tJOclett Burgee In Youths Corlpanon fits Solllnrr SntlHfnctoi rtDoes Jawl y hev gum biAltuaily No WflyJb a Tf I never see him that his jaw Isnt waggling Oh thats because he dellghtsih saying to himself the things he would say to his wife If he dared Harpers Bazar Where She MliiBea I- tTessor j Map l Sack Mlstry asked her if she would care to be satisfied with love in a cottage with him Jess And she refused him Tess Yesf and the nex doyjjshe dlsp covered the cottage was at Newport Exchange n I A Beauty Is she pretty asked I ingulde Quite replied Statlstlchs fully 50 pet oontas pretrj as she thinks she i should say ClnclnnJitl Cdmmerclalj ribune 5 si 4lrnost 1reiisttble BriggsWhatdo yiu consifter among the greatest oituiiitXtt1on Sprlggs A lomrand defenseless urn br1jafliUmoe American HAT LETTUCE pAk TTlsez You WlIJ Uei1No Danger el Cncblns SMBllpox Lettee Is niiiborute provetttleof smallpox So onphi the least par ticle of danger pf catching smallpqi who eatS n little iettucp every day Suiallpos jbelongs to the scorbutic of diseases Sailors atseaK do vprived of fresh vegetables set scurvy Scurvy is a typical scorbutic disease Smallpox Is another Smallpox always rages during the winter soason when the poor people are doprivediof fresh vegetable foods Celcryjdnd onlonf are gosil fOr tliig purpojei but there is such a Ipngipter val berttpoh ahelr bIaj gtihzre4 und being Beaten that thtiu lose m st of their niiliscotbutic properties Lettuce Is served shortly after It Is picked and heftic c6ntalns the aluable prop cities whidh will prevent sraatlppi We say jsvlthout the least hesitation or reserve that lettuce will prevent smollpox itis a thousand times bet ter than vaccination It lias no liabil ities like vaccinatlotiv to prOduce other diseases We are willing lto Stake bur professional reputation on the broad statement that any pne who eats let tuce daily will not catch smallpox whether he be vaccinated 0r not Medical Talk 4 Dlrda an They Fly No bird can fly for any appreciable distance tail firt The nearest ap proach to such a Tuovemcnt ix shown in the tumbler pigeon when thaff bird H stews his winds forw rd and suddenly turning back Ills lend tliKntransnmpri sauit but this Isfndt true backward flight When aVbird wishes tp reverse Its rmotlpn It qits its bqdy laterally as o hillway carrlage would be tilted In takinga curve orincreases the numbe of beats given by one wing as Corn pared with the other or keeps one wing extended while the other Is partially flexed But a bjrd can no more fly backward thOu ashIpqOit sail astenn Some birds however ond particular iy the albatross1 cnn fly half upside townrtiiat fcj xvjlth the wfhgs pointed In n dlrectlo nearly perpendicular to tint sca nnf when turning quickly In this position the appearance is sonic times almost n though the bird were ilslng its wings In a backward dlrec Won though their structure la not rtallj adapted to any such movement ancl when poised ficins a strOng wind birds may se6m to move astern L floattI pnil VlListler pante Gabrilo1 Ilossctti opec showed Whistler a sketich for a pOinting and asked llini hpwpljc liked It atrlias gpo j points said Whiijtler Go ahead With It by nil mednpr A few weekslatcr ha nailed how the work wy progressing All right answered Ro setti cheerfully VYe rderedXstuiiiilhg frame for It HuppPniiisJ iniat no settls InCheyne Walk Whiskertj asked to ace the cOn vas which we a brought out beautl fully framed fpuVc done nothing tptt since I saw iV have you said WhVstler No replied RQsetti but Ig writ ten a sonnet Ion fhc subject if you wduldlike to har It The former of course assented and the ppQtpalnte thereupon jr dted some HUQS of pciculjjr teudefnes and mel ody TheyiV barely ended when Whistler brokd In with Ross ftl put tile sonnet iff the frame v Indian Tubes ofthe South The ChqrQkeJes as far baqk as the whites have ilny knowledge of them occupied portions of northeast Alit bajiia southeast Tennessee western Nortli Carolina and a portion of North west Jeorgla They Were essentially a hllli peppfe and ihelt ponies were among the mountain ranges The Choctaws on the contra rjvoccupieHl the comparatively leveKngloris of middle westAlabama rind eastern lllsslsslppl Between them anti the Oherbkees iVere the Crooks on life nprfhwest and the Chtcjjasaws pthUie north The Choro kees ami Ghpctaws were widely sepa rated and wcre floyer neighbors r t least Iti Irtstbric tliiieiTrpntsomery Ale Advert Uer The Ocoln Located The class in oleinehtarj geograpliy was7up for recitation WUat is an ocoaii asked the teacher Ymrmay answerj Thuitt It Is a large body of wfttersltuated near Nprfoikj Va fepliod Jancf who had once visited her ilunt at the sea shorcJ KarisKs City Journal NotLess Devoted rTmi used to slag Every Morn I pend You Violets bifpre we were mar iedenziId Irs Brlinkin with a sigh Ves answered Mr Brimklnj but my devotion has takon a more prac tljral form ftvcry month I pfly the meat blll Washlngtpn Star ConidlIng Hprtarllpg I have lOst my position SherOjrtver mind derfr Think hair iimaUyour salary Ol2own and Ommlrv r IORP TO FARM TOILBR- jj PI8O1RYCOMPOUND Phe Horrie Friend of the FarmeranifliFaml1yAlter and hauestin of crops in the early auturpn many of our faMners their wives daughters midsons find themselves In a condition of health demanding careful attention if suffering ls to be avoWed Jater on Many experience kidney trouble in some form with some the liver is torpid there is biliousness nausea and pmjting with lost of nppetife and deprcssipn exposedJothe harvest fields now feel the twinges oij t rrible rhciumatismj Others ruin down by worry overwork and Irregular dieting are pp1TGth and half dead niejh and women In farm homes we recommend with all honesty arid confidence ic worker3 Jbiend Paines Celery Gcmpbund the only medicine that can quickly end fully restore strength to the weak body and vigor the nuscles Pairies Celery Compound tone jthe stomach it removes poisonous adds froni the blood which cause rheumatism it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes euralgic tortures it purifies the bload and iVes tnie vitality and life The use of Paines Celery Cpmpound in autumn means the estab shing of a berfecl physical vigor tp withstand the rigors ol a severe winter j BJAMONDD YES j forcbiJrtnc1atbcarcnoat aOvkebk Thv color jackcts coaat cau ribbons atoc5thg aa well as us No other dyss equal D1aImend Dye In variety of uuf thaynerer dliippolnt iVo have tt special department of a4riee sod will answer lreenn que tlOni about dystog Bend sample otgooas when possible Direction book and dyed samples free UIA tOND DTE9 Burlington Vt Ji rd f 1 I d Th1 i The Kind Tw Hjte Always Bonglit and whlck bubS m in use atoij over 30 yCftrf ha lH nae the Iffmtorf faNti Mi bamd un w pie 1d- I AUowP4 to deceive yoa in tW All Counterfeits JmitatioAg sidExperiments that tri with au1 eldangar iM hesith Infants ana C hI1dreExijer1ence What is CASTOR1A CorIa Is a liainIea btIt O Ps a gore Drops atid Soothing Syrups tit 4s Mfeirtantffilt jj contains neither Opium Morphine iior OMr K gMtl substance Its affe is Its guarantee It deitro Woni and allays Iererisliness It cures DiarrJiee and Whit Cdlicv It relieves Teetliing t TrouWes cures GoBii4fyBtjjiiy ttnd PatuIecy it gskhites tko Food regu1mte tM StQmach and BcI giving iiealthiy and Tlie Cliildren Panacea fhe Mgtkerri Fi4uk CENUINE CASTORIAAtw Bctri the Siicnaturf of p The Kind You 1iae Always BI i n Usp Fot Over 30 YH rHcccwTAuN aacr OAT3TION This is not va2ente t wouilbui when you think hbw Hahleiyou art not to parchasfi1 the only ret jody universally known anda remedy lha has ha the largest sale of any onedicitie in theworid since 18j68 for the cure anl- treatment of Copsumptionand Throatvand Lungtroubles Fitib out Joingr its great popularity all thpse ye rs you W1lifthink fu we called yohr attention to Boschees Gerratin Byrup There are so many ordinary cough r tnedies made bjf drqgglsts Sod olWrs that are cheap andgo6a fqr light colds perhaps bufefor sejVbre Coughs Bronchitis CjJQupriand esp cialftf for Cons thpiiou where Ihere is difilcpK expectpration and coupfbidR during the night aticH tnorjUings there is nothing like German yVrug Tie 25r ceWafze has pusti ieen iutOIueei11hissoar Rfgular size 751 cents At till druggists C JT Haydoa A Treasury Expert No woman occupies amore respongl be position iimlcr the United Spates goverulfielit tliaii ikrs itownylip lor many years hasbeen the burned iijote expert of the treasury epartilient Ilcr husband thropgh llfhealtli was in capacitated a score ofyearogoj and the coujnethcn leftithcirlionie In New Vovk aud went to Vashlngton Where 1tIi5 BrowtJ atonce applied for a JQV crntnVut pOsition After a great deal ot persistence shbHeeureda position fin be treasury and was set to J Work Counting ten cent nofesv oi shlhpflas toran as tile fractionnfeurrencyUt that uie Issued was known These wOre recefv d bjv the wagon oad In all tages of dilapidation Her first promos thou came In a year when she was per fliittcd to count twentyfiya gent notes Aftec that ns the years went by she Climbed steadily upward toller present important posL Soi familiar Is she with united States cuor ncy and that of tnfe patlonal banks that she can put tb ethet chaired notes which no one else could tell trom anjf othef iprt 6f paper Brulned H tton To braise a leg ofr inuttpn have the bone remo red Tictho me t Into shape arid place It In a large stewpan Vlth two O9ucea of butter or clarified beef drippings When It Is evenly browned add enough hOOf Stdck to half covet it two onions a turnip two caijpts a bunch Of parsfey twentyfour peppers twof cloves and a blade of mate rSec that the vegetables drecut4In slices Put the lid on th6 bracing kettle and after the meat has been1 slowly brais lag foran hoiirdnd a half turhrlt Wbeii It lsjdoneskfm piff the tilL Add a ta blespgbnful of tomato catchMp and a few drops of tarragon vincgar jsome salt and enough ParJsiun sauce to make itfl rich browif tacpl6rttTake up the raeardnitgarnlsh it with Jerusalem artichokes ami Brussels sprouts Strain the gravynnd seilve It In a gravy uqat with the mutton ernmingtie2csi1 The Eygudi hemr or the damask stitch SvIU be found most satlsfaV tory f4 The hemming of table linen Xhl4 dlffeM from the ordinary tieiiK uilhg st 1tIut1e way in which It K sOwed ir wif the hems Bam as Wr oixllnary hemu7lbgthOn told the beaas back and Joverhadd or over antfQvef stitch them By this manner wKa the linen l3iaarideredj it lll be Terj difficult to see a tight or wrong side For napkhis the hems should be mOde narrow as possible and for tablcclotks they should befrOm a auarter to tbtlX an Inch In width but the narnjy AVJdth la preferable Onl the best firade of linen sboulcj be bought If possible it lasts longer and the more frequfentlylt Is laundered If done carefully athome the mor beaujlful and smooth thfriur lace becomes A Philanthropy Is with theasbunttagII Portugal as mitch rf passrot music or pointing She ip at thvbeii of nIl Portuguese charitable estdbllsh ments which she directs in persort eYes to the minutest details tinny and niany a time slut will ult the palace at some early mOrnluV hour 1rnaccoiJ panted imply dressed In bThck and none of the hoUsEhOld dar ask nltlwr goes her naiesta Tot nfl know shea ini boupdon SORLOTOt QirS l Qrce when ehvie ard ojn 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