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V c W I 1 77w i J t r p i THE NEWSLEIDER i rAiiJil t 1f f k T Jt t J r j kt I J Itl fiII t t t CcbLt f tt i zz Jf i iA Yf8IHjVoI X NoiS9 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 1 1903 Iil IJr 34 i 4yr t + fJJ M BURTON 1 t7ik JfNWIRTAKERS iM lEJyWAtMERS r M t ke4I lhMONK 413 1 4 tt 7 r WRECTOfiY Tn eutl iitt of JCJf Coiaty SJR11cs aOblth aI11e from T4dsZitUd S i r1 s sr ori MUCk oi Ukf TiUeTilroall1 huK rJctitt1Hl 4Ltrict T W wcrapkallltelepHfiC ru 1Hrpiii1at1 ofW Jt9p11 Ii tire fr Code rt Ho D L Itk tu Xyt If ffl1T ill 1tiabtck Lc Sr Q OMy cuttYt iaSkte Staate Koa It b a pbtl1 Ti1kxTit LJ i i GityDlrctry1to L cnccuiT COURT r OlMrft Cect1bIEia a the forth IIIYryK1 KOcto f MNi1 cbIl C 1 taUIdreCooe1tk At WH wHfttY Jbosrb cp1ldJ Clerk KUterCoa1A1MMYtt 7 tQUiJtL Y COURT JgwIC la keld 011tttetpinf f 1 Ia dWIOtItk JLtLMrJ4 ii cothTT COURT foirtb Ctywt ton the 01 iI1 1a LUber e tjT a gy1 Co Hty Attorney Qg CaUettJaU6 i IyvsfuL uRX Oe1MrieII pptii i 3sY Kewe 9cntYurYe10 jl Iqiltlor l Jf TP1 1aDepfli j aetXi Treuuu fr tgiery1C9roe- II WsJsb t Spt of COmJDOD ti it OrlllJlt1dP Yi ICITY Com 1JI atLKeolice MIt11lI Jde 3i t i7 if D OajWoQke City Attorney t i i t1 UTICEC0tThT J t held January3NISCICtCt j t J J1i1 OcO r iP 1 DlrcctotfI I t I 1AT1 T CHURCH Ser Igy I J eaou pastor r ANII4ta 1 atil aaand7O tr y8cKOlat prafer at74O- f i ELgtit J a2I fltmtTH0IH T CHURCH ci e z War pator Service sthe aTkirdlhda1il1eaCh t ii1bati1atEI4 730 tUn Sun at 10 nm3day1k1C leTK3 ict at1a every T1B ay c r 1 7ff i r CATHOLIC CHURCH SelIXtv Jtl WeIY Pastor f 4s 4CT4at I and1Ooc1ock Iktrieea at 5tJtose ame hoars Rl TIAK CHURCH i AAstruxJ Paste Service ii ech- fkftYaa itJa H ill Itl jqwwrTiKftK CHURCH tiJ iZ O A lciidkIud pastor r sltdayat ii L1jPtaiale17 oel everY tI yayc eetlng- aI to sa Prayer f yInt at 7 oolock ib i r i ii rrat riMii war ft jujoxKLotCKepritfEflcidlcdue10Tr J Jt sa Mi HcoH JCoaday in each it l c7FI iO Ckapter No 57 a 1 thIr4 XdaTt 1iiI 1eW u fo52 aeets o- rsrryrtJoMT lnt Dwi tsKed I i betW4Y lauckoatb j 7 r iII r nJil1 Woo rI1CANLVER I J I A1 7 g If uomr I p IP tIrU M f I 1Wp i aOnlnSJniaiiiiMfitoiK fiW i I A ROUND Of TJLKi i aft ftftTrE 1II Spring VOTC as a garlandthe fairest and brlghteit Out here In the orchards our fancy to please Like snowflakes soon drifted paleI petals the lightest And left but wee apples that clung to the trees Tie sourest wee apples the hardest wee apples The greenest wee apples that clung to the trees The breath of the rose the iragance of cover The music of birds andthe droning of be B1j Soon passed and we knew that the summer wias over t r Tet fair werej the apples that swung 11Tf hued apples The maiden ixlush apples that swung on the treeB 401 flOW may we gather of autumns best treasure The fairest a4d sweetest and roundest of these With love dries to help us we heapen the measure And laugh In bur joy as they fallfrpm the trees The sweet jut y apples the rich mellow apples The luscious Lip apples that fall ifrom the trees Ruth Raymond IJ TVAKENED Local nterest iin the present Jpoliticall campaign has up tonhe present time been at rather a low ebb but I indications are that frOm now onI it will be liVeiyThocampajgn committees for bothparties haveI been organiZed and are preparing to begin organizing their respec live forces throughput the couu v The political speeches which have already been made in the county have served to stirt up some enthusiasm which will of coin t grow as the tune 1ori the election approaches Wahw ington county always more or less a doubtful proposition is just as uncertain this year so fair prese4Tley will easily carry the county basing their claim On the fact that they have been rather on top for ihe pat few years Ee puolicans however are lso con fident anthecampaign promises to be a warm Or e TATE FAER Juieanubii of Washingtdi county peo o pie incUdidg the NEWS LEADER 1 man took the jon ney to Uwe s a borothIS1W ee k forthtj purpose of uitenditg the Kentucky Stete Fair When we say journey speak advisedly for to one livingel in the central par of the bs or even iq Louisville a trip 10 h Metropolis of Ws eru Ken tucky iis an undertaking while to the resident of the eastern endi of our state he may as well lake week off if he will see wy fairI at al Tbe fair we notice is announced by the managers asI having been a financial failure and at this one should not beI surprised for many indication pointed to an extravagant and iec less band in the manage ment Owensboro people are sore Louisville and accuse the people of that placie inciud ing some Fair officials With de signs againstthe success of the state fairi when pulled offat any point other than Louisville Definite charges are not proven however to bear outthe accnsa Lion It is true that there tfas certainly a plentifulsnpplyf complimentary tickets afloat but this would not account for the deficit in the gate receipts How ever much of afinancial failure Lthe fir may have been as an exhibition of fine stock it was e decided success We doubt if here is another state fair held iri the country where the displa- yc4surpassed All of the popular breeds of cattle sheep hogs and horses were represented andI the ring compttitioX for land saddle horses brought to gether some Ofr the best the state affords Qwensboro WatedthcI State Fair badly yer to offer a big guarantee She gotit and the experjenqe has been such a costly one thel 3wheniUMfe to say that there wilbbQ KeniCkithatjwill WTiUf lb a advantages M ft plftc1 Tae1e1 IorcT besettled for the StuteFai5 tf ftIr ECOD MARKEr Spririgfleld has been recognized tbv live stock traders for years asfagood market for ail kinds of livestock and iits reputation in that respect is growing Being the center of a rbh a ricuturall and stock raising country the ioWI is a gotfd point for both buyers and sellers to operate The c unty tsourt days each month br pg 10 town a large number of uo ses and cattle ana other iye stock and the public and private sales of thest animals arealways rge Springfield and Harrodsburg it has often been remafkpd have the largest county court days than any othertown witHin this section of thestatev ji s theZYPHoIDThre ak of typhoid fever in the town and Cunty ihis fall although the cases are not near so numnrous as they have been in other years past The auseof the typhoid infection isoften hard to deter mifle but it can generally be traced to impure water or un sanitary conditions existinga- bout i i ones premises People Cannot be too careful therefore aboutexqrcsing the utmost1 precaution about cleanliness about their homes The town authori ties should see to it also that not only the streets arid alleys of tbe town are cleaned but that prop erty own rs stricjtly observe all sanitary laws about their premises sares Twoo From Dealli Ii0ur little daughter adal1 ulmbstlfatal attack of whoopmg iCough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Ar monk N Y abuttwhenaU other remedies failed s e saved hor life with Dr Kings New Usov YOurILhce wb had JO advlincedI IIamedjcjne a dtodpv she is per fectlv ell De perate throat jnd lun2dj asus vleld tit Dr Kii iNewl Discovery as to no e itn Hicin ou eat j 411- sfirG uyh and To1ds 50c n tSI 00 bottip joarant ed tJ O J Hrvd n Pharm Vis I i ofes frp V SlO RcWtrdlOO tThe readers of this papwil HP pleased to lear that there i at le st lOin dreaded disease Ihat science has been ablelto cure Inall its VtagcB end thatin Catarrh Halls Catarrh fWe s the only positive cure known fp Ihi medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requsrena con stitutional treatment Hall Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally acting di rectly on the blood anti mucous sur facesofthe systqra thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and givi Ing the patient strength by building upthe constitution and assisting1 na propJicltorsb3vi powers that they oflfer OeHanr1red Dollars for an r case that it fails to cure Send for list of testinionials AddreSs F JOheneyci cb 1 Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Tills are the best Old land Mark The old tollhouse wbich was situated just beyond the Eir grounds on the Bardstown and Louisville pike has been torn down Tljis building was one ot the oldest tollhouses he cdun trafid havd quite an interesting hjistory It was kept for mans years by uncle Sammy Andef SOD one of tbe uniqu characters i of this section Near the oldi tollhouse a hot skirmish occurI red duringlhe ciyil vear between Union and Confederate soldiers Jr and thepid building was punc tured by mauy bullets fired by tbe contending ldl i It was an old Ilandmark and wilt bi greatly missed by travelers along the Louisville pike Kentucky Standard Weak JInnga mate weak people Get theJungi healthy from irrit tlc n itrengtb ami VlgorwUl leturn T1 reiIs no better remedy ito inak j the lngs strong and well than DR CE48COuGE SYRUP Sold by t 1fmrCa JU StU farm fpr 35500 One of the largest sales of real estate that has been made in this section for sometime was o sum mated this week when Judge John W Hughes sold his fine farm of 500 acres situated on the Dr7 Branch pike to Mr John Horn for 35500 This is Said to be one of the best farms iin the State and Mr Flora has secured a great bargain The gentlemen Had been talk ing about a trade for sometime but Judge Hughes held out fcta more money Going hOme and finding all the servants gone and Mrs Efughps burden d with household cares the Judg madft uphjs mind to imr rve the situ atin So next dav he came to town and traded witi Mr Rorn Judge Hughe will raOvehisfam Hy to Harrodsburp as soon as he cin lispose of the thousands f doll rs wor Jil of personalproper ly ou his place and ecu e a resi dence EarrodsbCrg Democrat Confessions of aPriest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted number of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got to no relief f Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and teall that I am now cur d tff a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years 1 you wantra reliable medicina for Liver and Kidney trouble tom ach disorier or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guar apteea hv C J Havdoa Pharma cst Only 50c 5a+ fIehip Kentucky in Colors The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway has just hae completed for distribution a largd order of pictures of the Battle ship Kentucky which is a work of art and should be in very Kentucky Home The picture is reproduced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph bv Mr Euriqua Mueller the of ficial photographer for y th United 3tus Navy ttaken as the snip is leavini New YorkvTurbor lorii cruise jit is done m colors thi eyfiitersJowly plo anp it wey ibroriglrtliecarefl y shad e green ofv the s avairl ca rying atJthe top of her flagstaff the stars ands ripds Jin their n turg red wbie und blue lIt is admiralably suited fur rattling but as U is g6tt n us t pn h avy five ph enumel dl car ib ard it wilt prue N rna ni nt toany hom wtifenut fiSm ijr SX CflSjfl iiostnye tJto L J Irxviri a P Ail1rh popllr HeudrMn Roui at Loimyilln Ky wiJlbrH1jth bua tiful piclu 1yourliomi v T Prjnce Alert 157 and Lou Dillon 200 attIe 1Jgopi PrinceAkrt tU e new Churn pot Harness tiorse oftthe Wo Id wilt atMmpt to llower his recordof 157 upon the first day Oct Oth of the annual meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Hrsf Br edet s1 Associaiion at Lexing ton Lou DiHoD record 200 The Queen of all Trotters will on Wednesday Oct 7th go against her championshiprecord Every horseman confiJently believes that each of these Wonder fulhorses will succeed in their attempts to establish new records No lover of the horse and no oria with the leasttrue Ken tucky spirit will miss the op portunity of seeing these marvelous performances Half fare 6n all railroadst BoGoUIt PayS A Chicago man his observed that Good deeds are better than real estate deedsscnie ow the tatter are worthiesg Act kindlj and gently show sympathy and lend a helping 1b61nd You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than tub atantial help Tbero aro perrons i sthil community tybo might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A 3few dQsea of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will ridi you of your cold and there ia no dauep whatever from pnettI monia when yoa use that medicine Itt always cures I know it has helped me out many a time Sold by O J Haydon eFor a pleasant physic take Qham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For talcl by Hay4oa Crafr Stgrcf Lebanon Locals f I From The Enterprise W V Gupton of Green county and Mis a Cettie Yanker of jlhis county were united in mar riage in this city Wednesday Hawk Blair wife and two chil dren of near Chicago have de veloped case of smallpox sincie our ast iissue Thqy are under quarantine Mapteton the Sam SPadiI1 farm was bought last Thursday byJudge Rives for Rev Sam IL Spalding Lion C C Spalding nnd Messrs Sam J cud 0 C Bpldrickv Tie price paid was 5050 per acre tfc r Ernkorcoran haj pur cased of Mr Ko ert Hibischthe ihe property t the corner of Main and D14 street at present occupied by M Corisoran The price paid was 1200 Cii cult court begins here next MoodrtC and Circuit Clerk L n caster has neeu busy ffor sever1 1 days making up the docket Th re are 16 common law and 35 chancery eases besides 38 n dictmec ts returned at the last term of court on the appearance docket Several days ago John Elliot the bright and interesting little son cit Dr anA Mrs J T Elliott was bitten on the cheek by a dog belonging ti Mr B i Lancas ter The la terpartof last week the family learned the dog had been killed while acting stratge ly creating the impression that it was bordering on rabies Nat urally they were much alarmed aid lost no tune in taking the little ellow1 a mad stone Judge John R Thomas his uncle took him to Frankfdrt Sunday wTere the celebrated stone belonging to Gen Hewitt applied to the wound The stoae riled to adhere and consequently there IsDO further danger from the bite A tire letter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Buifns or Otto Dodd of Ponder illof writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Burklpns Arnica Salve cure rte Its the best S veoD nrb 26c lat C J Haydons Dusi Sorfi APeifpctMtePill Is one thatwillt cleave the system set the liver Jp aqtlon remove the bile nleitr the complexion cure beadacee and Ipcve a tood taste iin the mouth The famotia little plUs for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitta Little Early RUera Bob Moore of Lafayette IndM says All oth r plUMI baye used gripe andsickeit ivbile De Witts Utile Earlt Ristrsare rnwly perfect1 Soldbv C JHay d6rA1t open Door tto Ruin We wouldI jbe glad to iim 1thersofthpress our country press with wjs verygreat dangers hat lie in wiifor the multjtude of young JnrJsbat are sockIng too U r citjies specially St Louis and nptabiy iU Ihia tlme The country press isa tremen dons power lor good and if they would keep this mptteV before hejr reader constantlyNirarn ing alias tov the open doo of ruin mahy night be saved wjho else were lost The gateway St Louis jour great Union Depot is beset iby a thousand snares for unwary feet Any young girl who comes through jthe gates into the midway is at once spot ted and if it be possible the snare will be so spread in her path that she cannot escape No gir- lreb1alwaYLhOWS ers I somewhere If the skin then I 1 bolli pimplCsrashes Jr the I nerves jljen eurtfit nerv ousness deprewion IF to- eSarsaparilla stomach bea dyspepsl biliousness lost Of appetite Your doctor knows the remedy used for 00 years p1aV bs Ciba W I WU rfct b4 bds4Ist4k WI IS NV b- 4Hb Sk iiSCi for I Impure Blood hudcom bet units abedfr lately certain as to her course The many tenptingdvIse mehujare often mere iWor ignorance aad Vpnbcence Aid if she copies tj the city rrttfdy to enter the firtt carriagt whole driver proposes ltcj take her to a good bearding house 6r to ac cept the first situation offered where no experience is required she might as well bid adieu to 1leayesbomeofcourie theyoungmanis equally exposed so far as moral or phsichl safety concerned If the country papers will keep these things before their readers they will serve God and human iitySt Louis Christian Adfo cate J llB BOIDPfiWECfSTW L Weed ft C IIIJiltcliY a S- Boiidi Igd With Mt patJiefIb ItPrrnigrJ 0Witil every koxof Mi o the 1111 furmiigj food aisd digestion rcfatator Woed A Campbell civet the followiaf gmarantce bond 1blndIig IkemWlrM to refdndtke money K MIot sees o t glye an Increase la waLc1C- U flyi dcia and til lUfMeli trev bios 7 GUJRAJJlU ND We bereby AlrHU refqad the price ps4 for Miowt If the purchaser tells urn that k Jia notlincreatsd flesb ad gvelt freedom from te actroflb1e Wood C3ipbelL I many years there 1u heel Hmdd fr a natural peaal for I iereatla flesh andMioHa haa coie to apply tbls BW d IttajaotixcbdllVfT oil preparallaai bat a oomblaati4 of ieili Inmlmg ele ient tbatrelateg aa4 aids dl gtctioa and restefas healiH ItHda glee Vflth tie food you it aids its as siaiilaUoB4on l p a4 streagtbes the digesttYf brims asd pats the whole syitem in prapsr physical COB ditidJi Bye Jfone who is troubled with dys psptiii has that tired feeling baa o- fappiteotislI3g1eab or iatB a ran down coadUIoH sboa M kkste guarantee hoad to Wood ACaaipVea aacl beyia the ie oMloas at their risk Reeaksrte treatattat eeati yea iiothI3g alet deK aU tk k claisjed for il Desirable Farm toP s1a Having moved to town and decided to quit farming am offer lair fur salethy farm consisting of fifty LYe and threefourth 55k acres with tgood improve ments oiood turapiko nMr post office mill fcbool adI church For particulars an 4 price call on or write IJJ X O Woford Chaplin KI9r W F Grgsby Attorneyr b ringffeld Yt FiMls FirTarstMfe A novel spectocle was wit oes djast Monday afc Kokomo tndi when the Ladies Aid So aiety of Markland ATKJM If E t church embracing about QO promn pt women church work ers arcied1nOdt totq t local canning factory and ware set to work peeling tomatoM fat the packers Tbey went attired ini bid frocksand aprons rubber btot s anr other articles uaprotection tom the ilime and and slush of the peeling and cooking rooms The womencar ned their peeling knives in the procession and propose to work two day each week as long as hpckng season lists They wMletrii 60 cento per day The women agreed to raise a certain sum toward enlatjrfng the church l and buHding a parsonage and will fcofrnt and earn the money ktttbg hardett kind of work The canners advertised for 200 tomato peelers and Hhe church wom b l wereoffered th lqljif a d accepted i l There I dothlug so important iIi facing severe cold weather as a well organized digestive force Wke theh stomach properly digests atriteeIfood it creates sew rich Wood I tifies the system against cold Walthers Peptouizrd PO to Je feaud at qJHaydoas is aa Ideal I 1beitthe weak digestive organs rHtiaHtbl appetite bflilda and te MHptkcMire yste i i t For ixralUs cval JittaKweho- at peopler tlMre k swthktg as efleialms Waltkera Petlttt ied Pert S ld by0 J HaLSmall litv50 c sU large skt lfi TsmsSde ssTabs 1Aat veBce Q lhi ileft AIXt1Ms refitaf the Jl z WasMogiont Lear Q 8ptr fl nv Ii- night the Fi iaa r Bil irMty xcl b 1wuther MffOfttiot l oking to tbt constrrictioa of a kth liaooal by the Manama Irotite will liate to began de Jtovt fM i 4M auUiM B infeinwttioii zr o- Btothekect HM tbt several c1idklass bo will ttaMl for ltctKQt ihejsideac Itectmbtr killwl the trtftty thr 19ri ofqi tb manger policy The aspirinf candidates fear that were ti- tretTtO be idIdtbp- os fNsV 1OOOOOOOpaI tu OW- bi duiq thsMarqtdIil- qropr bIt Mftr t11 oa ef D p altiIwmiPt f b c licit of tiM other cUi j Mri afraM to jNt the treaty rttjfijjl util bj sir aiD atjbis twit tkctioft and iberefaU 4orM raiH Theo iyMIo It ki ntiitii by BrV Htrnn iha CQlyabJa charge d affair U W hUifto bowtTer that MgotittioM win be rwiewtd 1lattr pfoWWy w IOOD U S prNI4Ntl41cbL tYndr the ciroaiMltvoM tb question irbeinfr MMwhyace not the irsMdt iEmMs1y- tura to Nfcaraf 4 and Ocfk Rics and nefbtiati a trtttf whereby a canal may be bmilt hrough their territory Ifo those who know tbt TJMMC k simple Neither the Pi MMkmt nor any of his advisere JMtfilti that the Nioirftcttft rot Ik it allprftet blt It k true that tbcIstHllan dtnal UomMiMton first reported favor of that rofitcbat that was ft bint TJw P1nu4dtnaiieflnitt price os kk oapwyt propwrty and Instead MtatHUJ aa invtatory showiag that tilt property hal coatat leutl01 000000 Admiral WftltefT a d tbs OtlMT JMBlMftl ii thr 9H mlMiott ooMteriiUwitk ft favorlq tils iBesragasa ra- nilkDyatitIIIit 1 EPftMMH ctapteputlr 4Wafli r port s4 declftDMl I flavor of th- PanaaaroaW t All this k ap preciated i Cck Wa hidI country alioftppwcwfeB that H has aMobopoly and is1ber r t ilpK1e J Spoontr billjwbYHfci tbIIOSIS the Pns route oiMag be obiaiatftiM paaal WM teN btdlt by tic Kkaraftift rotWbtt Hfr Spoontr was simply oarryl foat theprevloublf- L HvkaoHrf dON every other veailMr ol thiSeisIs SAT BwMitc Mo pn tbatitif ll3 i ppit it ibt ever constrt oi ft canal taratAn indktinst sad rrH iial sons respects the mott ipor tant of bet FotMoa Iit teft fatkxa baa bm aJepab Ilk 1tt tUntbl pst I thafpf Stata Bwaioc Gear PL Gol Biufkawtoe Ktw Yoft Jrho W4 chalnafta of tlr J repablioaa committeei of his county ftdOM frltadof CiAr I miD Punt of tte stMsrilhI- ca coanittt and protaftt of IPreiidtnt Bpoitrelt TIM in dictment of Greta baa roYs l the 1Iftit possibility ofdovtt l1ithe ftrnMttMt with wttlch JIrij tow iii pursuing this lRTIItion and the sincerity with Wtjthe President is sappormg Brittpwii tfforU t yiW Poace BtpartaM ijC ujty s4 to iltIsb tH Mfiffw lt1 of bilftdttf Wibtt to TIOfficwls Tat iia tettMiitjM I deal against Greta wa also agaiast George W BtftTt s Jor air HiptrictiaitatJ e sbn of Mlarift atti i1 waaoe and ihowtdthi Graft J d MM to Beftftra 10piHt obiikt iom o ftlltiKl fiMiy MtM 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LIputof 1neP7UTinnIuu- euunot5iheJt u1c eiuf IInlIiLIi1In eotR- gflh1iSt a1i1 jPP igaroro kP11itC One of the Itrge btehu The man Iiiiitnonie wily b tho law i Lc1 you aLe1Mt0SOt asked aWycr tthttyzikav e a llvTng tboftliatRjfJretzr ont r i c5 p5cd eutleipe- ncomrIorn tlueliotel et mop hug nuid aL for flfteta twjyflto cent cigars 1 IIand them Stt flette- r and tuetioiC know thetfls3-Pt sal4 t QlitijJtt st1ii ator Ce otse 4tiAiIlue445SS 5irPauy ii the jiqhis 1unre1It tie eVldiuo ITyOUflLUtlStbthttt- rneuuinirnja eseii InMrct1y wa1 the Of t1IoMJnM 5- 5uibetiYktl Ti9ur later m ger ea tt3 jry iuiY 1on1Tietik1i lr y want W kLud- oGeb2 i4t- nei9lt uuderel toihe XprI ratu1 Srne Lst ijiitSLiiO C17 ot reatWns lomc She bR J M BURTON itistN tMl I v ftIriJ- Fl bo y d or r WMII PRIIE1P KY Me 141- I tjxliil Wifk rIctly rS1 0 dH LAMPTO ilIj Ivitj xte i 4 OFPICE I- ppiijpuM v jif W r y j it iLSIDCK 7 0IIELDsKYr 1J r tif j QFPICEftineharts uter offices ovjeoplos Dopcit Eank Offihri 12 to2 nin rJ F S YA L Y WJIOH tInfl90lIlels Bane ft i lUNtffdD tty wf 1 t 1 AfjtI 1 tartoL 11ts 1R ti We have in our charge for sale the JI 58fi0 t4 s rlb4111Yo ft Wostly- in Wasfcin jtmxpuaty a complete deac tfbttDSianjyfdthis property wiji be utnished oi request t pScxefari ed n Ittbe pike If4ca tI i1lqh I i1 eldJT1rttveIU4 fiDfW ye o 1f new b2rn nel p f f Price3O peraCresira 2O acre farm seren miles from ringflelS uer the pike all iinbgh atejii1tl vzLtiP1b ti lh grass e1l DiinrOY percre4I1 co tcre farm4tnfles omEprtDg1 t field3new1he pike small house and atoail barn 8 acrg of creek bottom Prj30Reractrflfa r42 jttYeBeela on t c espf bottom land good i1npbve I lla of cyervkind 3t Erlce 3Op r 2C a stcand hai miles tfftf W L r t e Lk j goc- dimprvetaenofvertic1ndand alll H in good state of cultivation 20 acres of good creekfttn Eripe I Sro per i V acre j 1 Scf e farmsMlles from Springs T field heft the JikeA gbJnl house and r rntfarm jnosUy4n grass Porice i 10perae ua200vracre farm two miles from 1Sprngfied orrtbtspike wdlIenced w teitd aU In high stite of cul 4 tJvatjoJ1 IlyW U PceS35per acre 196 acr4f n 1Oxnilesjfrom Spring field 2 toiled frpift Loretto Good house and barn 60 actla ol bottom nciIJq r ho dT1T3i l re farth three miles from SpfngtlTld near the pikej on thi County RAad Iarm all 3aysellind is I weuienced anti watered good house b4 andbarn 1jj 133 at3fefarm eight mlles from 18mpJAgtt dJ1g9 N fciu rroom 1WEc j good sto kand t bacco barn plenty fff Wot toro co iaI Price 220 1l AjstLi s 1 pera t li 5QiAre farm one half mile from n tGT SS1l entYUfgCQ1 tofeWlatfd four1 tooiioue stock Haiid tobacco birnr 1 50 acrHfarm one half mile from Sprineldairn grass first class imt t2jiproVeme its of every kind goods Dt fehar 24facrS talfaswellilnd11I 4er good pfflCCince seven room to weJhnjfhP s1gc1 stock Ja1n 1OUtlULldil1gs Price 30 per acre 20 acre place onehalf mile from iltWrt itcstnal1thouSe and bard milk 9carriagloue Price52000 00 aere8oC go d unimproved land bfftlnne ffI s rnifield mostly f1 Eric4iperaCre JapJ8 acre farm Six mUesfr m Spring pjeidmosUY in gras plenty I at ggod tc0land foir room delling and gooiCk zndtoba colrns Ppe 3ip4aCr ttlo4acref4nn located four miles f from iiglie1d with good louse tobaccq bar tandt outbuildings fall goo2ndweit ii 9iei and wtterei- cIce per ac M i 1eprL0L S1 It crfa1eofW G Eddleiftan 5 a arliis fdimtfleirMae 11111 was jjq vt111ita natZl and bidding faiiiy l 4 good St001Ptj the follow f aJ ill plicesJiiSdivilfnCl S plfs J l25Ogit1and pigs l2 f1Dar 1IL59 yec rung colt 455j I 3yuarold lflIy1765O 3ycaroldI- aT woirlcniare t93 oki wandcalf iI25 3 2atold heifef 2750 t Cw355dlL clf 9 45O 2 ir 23 lroJjI stJ 7 rs50ryea1nng ser 17yearflng etT 2O5 f ojV182 cow und calf 27 2t- cIi 2 6m t e 195t ejjch c y gXerin t er82o each i thr 1 i srirt etc pc 1 fJ ac tri423earhU t I l nltJl learling 8 81 per L t U lUst r cali 1Lstcr lfJUlJld 12 LOjNo 4 i1 i miu 41ffJt c H ILe Fo2IT II11Y 4 mJu h W r w tfr ILLl calHappenJns df I retj t1nl I The F eshest and Latesti rlAH About You rseiry Friends fls1and Acquaintance TOPIlU jr Trt7F1i MM raciMi1lieryOjqning Sat MansfiekLsAI Buy your fruijsjtnd1 your sngar front Jo5ephA Shatter 25Jmo7asses barrels fqf sale f5 OVtHAGA j Mr JI iteWilliams will have atuir line of Ready To Wear a ts next Saturday J J Purfiwvsoda water not pnilk di1Tis red with shaved ce ab Joseph A ShMieifsr FoR SALtSehrooin resii lience on EaMaftrSt Appl y to tf iI I ILHoRp G j1 TrirWihYl1pa flQprrC TOl- a AbtIy your graccrie sJtom r e t f 11 4uagan BORiipn IpSept 25t b t Ii fe i 1A11areel1an1theprou4 e i f itiq io J Want 5 barrels country sor ghum regardless of cost v OEaganUI lIf you want to buy a dandy 01Y store arid stand write Drummer Lock Box lS3 Nicholasville Ky Pioklin seasoh is now here andweput qur Vinegar againstt- lrnI in tijemarlretr 20 to 40 cts per gallon C W Hagan VooA Campbell the leading druggists wIlt give yti a guess on abpx of Pets wifni each Pet you jaysTry ydur luck f r Jr4Et what you Ian can what irsj yot cntWe he the cans las brj JtaTany sizerr c WHAGN-r i ttlbg YO Ilt to sell iiakeltto C Wi Han aiid any t1iou want r buy go i 0f W mgaas for its ttxigre r Auctioneer WJl Spears rer pork thetsale toi Mr4ohnH Perliins at Oommissionersj sale 8 acres ofland c Cbaplin rive- iat225Operacr Why is1t tb tlcan guarantee every article that leaves my store Because 1 handle the I best The beifr is always the cheapest C WHagan JMy stock is complete and my priG sare right iCall and con vince yourself it posts yon noih ing and a pleasure to me A G W Hagan J The ladies Qf the RrCsbyterin chrrrch willI serve inner oh county court day of this month in the Garlberfyj stirre foorn AgtodtClil1r t fjirf Gail llnd see tie newiilaundryi l 1galsrr1 Klonclays and reiurned on PxIdaV j nights Tile lUtle Hustler JAMES A Coxi H LQsTr7On August 26 strayed from Comstocks butcheringllot a rect heifer weighing abgjifc 800 pounds Re wa rid for any infor mation iitg pits rG ove W Bond lYIl Springfield Ky i c Notice To Taxpayers AH taxpayer of Washington Bounty are hereoy jjpfcS fleet Jhafc taxes f6r the ye ir 1903 ire nojv dufe and prompv setiiement ofjl same is requeued Also per sons owing backj taxes willteInptice ihatifi sfftnc are not setj tled at once thy wij be proceeded against by law ljrT BYRON CROAKfi Snerifi 0 i1 i ashlngton Courtcy ifI fiine Washington County v farm fjpr Sale Jpp farm knqwn us thQ Satn 1 j Montgomery farm Iving 4L ther jgedch Forkj 2 miles from Texas irnd6 f times from prngle4trn q novfvbelonging jto the lheirs Sirauel TlunelrtithKsi farm istelllocatai abu I Qfapd7Vacpsin rape frorngood pikeV obit s1 class timber aqdthe reml ader In grass tIthas a cmfortbl9 dwelling house of 6 rpobs and iis weilsup p11ea1thnever a tiiinformation Terms Searcy Real I applyrRi1l0gIffiT te1 I p U Springfield K jj MrsvKate Williams isin Louis vriieI li iecting new Fall hats 6 WANTED Country produce of alfkinds Cash if Preferred Cow Hagan In business tto stay dont want inglttV aW H al11 EOR SALE40 good ewes and bout 25jOOO good pavement r I IVP MOWVGOMEY Qomeiaand try one jof our tfetsB cent cigar Kachdigi- rentitrsyoub a guess on a box of Pefs free Wood Campbell ir V FOSLETW fine youni Shqrthorn bulls J i rJohn H Tickert J if Booker Ey f Losal On the road between Springfi Id mid iBookerj a sum mer coat of dark color ijinder will be jewarded by returning same to John H Tucker Booker Ky Hon EliBrown of Bctrdstown 5p6ketoa good crowd at the court house here on Monday in the interest of tho I emocritic ticket He maeagood impres sipn Harry ONan successor to E S Mayes Or at the corner grocery desires everybody to- knowvtbat lie keeps a full line and fresh stock of fancy grpcerifts stnptaod r 1rS1t Campbell tionee has removed Jbis fami y t Judge Selecmans ctage apd anyone desiring his erviccs as Auctioneer can address or wire him here i Mr S C Hendren who as fornlerly with John C Slider has a position with Harpy ONai the new grocery nub and will bei glad to receive lie patronage of his old friends and cus omers Hon Jessie C dpeigbt inpi datefbr Secretary of Sato on thfcRepublicau ticket yill speak 4t the Court House here on next Saturday afternoon Everybody iliviedt turn cutI LOST Oo the 13rirdstori road I between Spring field and Jiuik Mclntires a chjlds h tS01ifl1 white with brjpad sU hv Finder wiU return to Mrs Mrfnjstield or Mrs MV J Thomson Pred erjcktoVn Iy J The VIcChord Bifles 33 men strong left this morning for the encampment at AVcst Poifitrhe boys have received new Krg Jorgenson ljfl snnL all new equipments and vill makexa good showing i Taken Up 1Takeh upby ja Yankey o- nSi19 one blacksow weighing about 160 pounds and one biack sOw shodt weighing about 0 sarpeIbYII V Public Noticeli inSPingfiCWjKvand l dr wire me here or leave order with E LvDavison Jr fr Prices lowa5J anyone outlrysIl1es arid unctions a Special j 5Tf M CAMPBBLii Actiopeer ffiElUI I Jii Court Day Sales There1 as a large cowd into viti oii Mpndayatid ceding was t beingjkeptt 1the following sales Hors 8 256cbw and cal IJ i52p 6 yearling steers 18 50 marl t65- mure ilW4l cow auu calf 2725- ma e 4050 15 sheep 8380 per h ad1mulcs 7190 each cow and calf 1825 cow and culf 2r cow aim culf 1180 horse 1750 wtfbnling culf lpi0 SMOan bllituctonter r ttpt tSJ the fO dwina salts Sale f calve fl iSO ea sb CoW uudtckir 3o50 coward d ft2650 o and calf 2875 IIuw 1710 oid CoW Vo 23 yourl iVg stee Sr 3 cents per p0und one Tiore S76 5 oia b91sq 128 corn ilned mare 108 3 ytitroId oolbr r8 old ruggjes and wrgons od the following property for John ips gMr11 vElJT waonbucKboard 3hO1r Um Iibrse tuining plow rfy fbkets cJf hariness etc r J Q J L kL 0 3 r 1dI MANY PiOPW ff- I Arc wiling to sacrifice thei dhili1thernselves9d i3 dreu to the prejudice of 3 hat people say The Foolish Prjju4ice y Agairst the Usb of Glasses V 1 Bychildrnwthlefecfive f j thejf pe e ntdsaplhtYtt I of one wlio might btberr wise iin tapower fthq w 1 0 jjRUSSELLF V J iMhin yJ t St Springfield Y 7= SuNAI Miss Annta McDowell of DanI yilleyis visiiing relatives here i Mr Tom Mooreof43rdstoscii was here the first of the week Miss Annie Grundy left yesterday for a short visit to rel atives in Louisville 1iif p rMiss Annie McChord has gone to uisyiHetoyisit her cousins 1 the Misses Field s Mrs A H McChord cF Miss Laura McOhord were in Louis yule this week f Lieut W O Reed is attending th13ijQreSbowat Louisville this week Dr George W Shaunty left this we Jk for New York where he wjill take a Post Graduate course in medicine j Miss Sarah Simms who iis attending t scbolaLoreto isat home for a fey days Thacondiliou ofMr William Durrettt whi is quite ill with ty phoid fever Is somewhat im prod V Misses Lizzei and Bortha Hay don Kute and Annie MfiYS Mrs W JL Marks and others mothingtoMr BGadjhprrYand fami lywhohavehcen livjnghnre for several montiis will m6vp to1 Junetidh Gy togjE into theh tel business The fotltving mar rl a g p licenses have ben issued tbis Mi1sCaandMisVld BGSfcard Etlgari Armstrong a n dMns Laura 1EeliQ rM1 ttuc L4Jrex Wrho hcs beenhore for some tima connect d willi tIiefk Dr Lake cigar factory rJert his former homl at Riplcy dhb lastecka- nd on Won esdny was married to Miss Sadie Oreekbaura an ac complished ot1Dg lady of that place Mr and Mrs Lake have come to Springfield where they will nuke their home lit tIle fu itote i 1 Dielin InvUflS flisoe i IndigestiOnLo cure4yjpia or rid lojjffef necessuryto live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weak ness that the whole system becomes ctv easy prey to disease ICodol Dyspedsia Cure enables the stomach aCId digestive organs to digest and AB 6imiIate all of the wholesome od that carce to eat and isa never failing lone for indigestion Djepcpsia and all troubles Kodol digests what you eatiiiakcs the stomach wcct Said by UJ Haydon i Fjarrn For Sale I have for sale my rfarm located on the B echland and Lincoln Run turnpike 6miles from Springfield and miles from yallo Hill station The farmI contains 118 pcre of good land inlud n Ottacres of first class tobacco lana Itiii well improved tfrth good 4 r om dwf lling louse toon ceo burn et For further inf6ti putt on or address pA WaJ1prR FID di Springfield Ky farm Wanted Iwih to renta good farm 6ff iihitQ0ncr1s forhch I ill eJtiip pay Qpef rpn or giv 1 We hlfcrfipft 4 rW storJrHe nde eii r hank Off SpVihkri fell4 r t HEN8vf W t Sprinficld ICy Gai tiifGrtr 8ll1k3llThiy n 1 For avenlinofltb oiS tnl1k r brother lImck LC4U1trlm bJ d with indi ge jUqn He triad several remedies but o tio beiicflt fipin them We purchase ponjo of Chamber tains Stomach and Livir Jablets nod he lijmmenced taktng them Inside of thirty days ho bad gained forty pounds in flesh Hein now fully recovered We have a good trade on the Tablets Hotlev IJros JmrchantS Long Branch Mo For sale by Haydona DrugStoreIII rT w i r wrTcM4AAfcMUM UnMMMUvMUvMi I isT i l 1 t gJStock justjrexieiv6 9 full j sustains l Si thi repmlation We have the V V l fands eaily and inspept 0111 stooki I HGivei f We dont iask you tp b iy unless goodsi5i We ar daijly receiving oods from he marketwhereour 4 myer has fhqen fortJpast ten dayirs lecting the choice things in dr jss goods Iet ItS 6uir pleasure to show and our aim to please g I j t ROEERTSON BROS 1 IiII alt In it In 15 I 1111 all itn vt 1St t 1YMt JJa M a11f t r = Ifr HH fiORD DENTISTOFFICE RIXEHIIIT Bcrtnuit Pennantly located j SPRINGFJELl KY jHtaple arid fancy grocer es of all khfds at Q W Eagans ty MrI Hi Thurmanhasbciughtj offr Palmer Grundy he farm near town known as the PrtVispn farm and formerly occupied by d Rl Gnmdy The yrice paid WPS 16500 and the tract cpnj tams alittls over 300 acres Mr Thurmah ill probably have a part bfj the farm rear tnt laid off into townlptsaiid and streets opencdlwbich will make an ati tractive addition tothe town A poner received here froni Texas Ipljs ot a tran5e ofbr e ball jtveen twQ toams of the town here Will Gceen of this pi co iis attending school Aboutf ynong jrGPnsDtchVg trie arf tidel Raks Green the pitcher for theEjLrpinnsi was substituted nnd pirbbed a line game He held thft visfors dtwn toa fev hits tlelediThisi comp y co1d self we He showed greatV deall p abUitVv and usec fine judgment iin liisdpliyery farms for Sale We Have a inbefgood fa sfosae at f reasonable prce All pers6rsjMgrca1 state pr sale or o pur chasel will find it delrlPJJ van toga iq give usa rampt persbn ili a erit ion activ tiJ to all buslneis pIacedinor and Setr3y N ikirkRl Estata Agent Springfield Ky Ouice over Robertson Bros f 18DOLL RS Fom LOUISVILLE T- Ol1EX SArkansas Oklahoma aim i Iridhm Territory Po nts and Return VIA fHE POPULAR llNDERS1QTR DATfe OF SALE OCTOBER2O1Q3 Ask U foinforn4ttidna- M WbMArR G L GARRETT City Passr Agt 1ravellngPA lL j jRWify t feppral PassenffertAffc nt LouIs ILEjcY J r FO sfle it Mansflelds or 11 lllII t = The Thmpsbn Safe The public sale of live stock and of the faijm belonging to Mr J Will Thompson took place on Tuesday and attracted a large cFo a of bidders Capt T D English was t tie auctioneer Tie farm was sold in two different tracts The first tract known as the Graham farm and contain ing 176 acres sold at 3950 per acre Mr Heory Hinton being the purchaser T le hpme place con tajnhig 155 a w Itno ked off to Mr i ifohf Walls at 27 10 peracre The price realized Iori the farms wa riotVlha was ex pected as tie andis very pro dirctive and the farms are well improved H t Liye stock sold very wfelU and oelo fare some blithe prices re alize4 S lSOOvpound steers at S3 92 per hundred 3 1000 pOund Steers rB2 per head 3 yearling steers 865u ieacb V heirs 1875 eaci 4 yearling ters 16 85eacb ten 2 yearold steersj S3250 eac1 r Stock hogs old at 531 per hundred 18 hoats at 5 r5 eachispwsandpigs 161 10 S30 Mr I Thompson has pu r chased the farm of Mr Nil Kellev of the tlame peighbor hood and will makeHi homeat thatplacelftnd Mr Keiley will raave b Snringtield A w M Dysppa 1 had Dyipepatain its worst form arid felt n iserable most llof tee timei Djd otle joy eating uiitU after I used Ked I byspedsia Cure which comp el5 cured mej Mrs W W Saylor Hi Harid Pi No appetlt loss of Etrcag h inervjjusness headache c ntiplti nt bad breath idur risings indlgestloi dyeoepsfa and at stomach troubles ai e quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kofcol reproeepU the riat ural jujcej of digestjpu combined With the gr atet ktiowji toiiia and reGonr structive rqpeItk It ct ansesDU- rifles and weetens the Btemach Sold by C J H lydouJ r 1i 1Ij TO 18JOi XASLfOR r1j + i SpecialLtjW Rte ExCHr Jon Otto 6erJ20th pjj i lJlif1 will belaid from points on the L N AE Rjto points in Ar kansds o isiflI1aandTexas byway of iMempms and the Gottoq Belt Roite at rate of 5118 for the round rip stopovers allowed aftr reaching the Cotton Bet Route J ood for return witbin 2l days r mdate of lejThis will be noppbrl nity for visiting jfche great SOuhwest at viJrYj IIcjwcosjij a chance toste your firii Snds Hind look up a locif t on or ipttjltf outfa hpmp while J 1estill Cjp WiTtefor Jiieratu e desqriptive of the coumrv aK rtg the patton Bet Route a ad for lull information in 1egard 6 tickets routes time of trans istc I IOiSOIrAEFEn Travel Ing Pass Agient Cotton BrfCrJTOI uteV 4 0 Traction Bldg Oincinrati CWb isjDstwhdoingltneyf Rind complain at U time Te are piislcianasidfpossibl yet they do not get welt Toni feuph personS G4Y UrnA siespecially ret ommene ed forVtjte cbances rV tlarge ly the3lecaii5Cbfl their ironble fis from dis ordedk dneyer If so GAT UBA is the raaiedy Sjldliy WqodA iCunpbclI i To Cure aCId In One Day Take UaxatBramo Ouliiloe TaV lefs Ml druggists retand the mole ilt falls to care W Grov aafff Airtiire cneach box iSpJ L J I L Malaria Ever Da e it Know aU about itvWahtto get ril of it Take Ayeri Malaria aid Ague Cure ySsS rp 1 iJ- i r- 4t n u 37 f Now Seasollable r Gsj1 r ATrIWIWCCunningham llancWst J 11 t t Agre variety of TheM 1 tc Goods in black aid ncltlZiblelines Black and Colored Cheviots Mixed Suitinga J V Blackl and Colored Brtfait Cloths all colors of frfdo k Newest Things iin W i1gl1 Jwo Sc Womens Misses and Chit drens Cloaks Ladies ije Skirts in newest 8ty44tAM43I tJ f greatI lrt trimmings and Dress 1 iOur stock of Urfdfe i th fn piete than ever betOreJ c lJ SHOES1cTlke 1 W are better equipped iiicXPtT1- than aiire previous season 1 e Mt- m 1J the following celerated I fK iTT4 t KrippendorfPittmatf Ladic fijie Shoes This firm s6tsthbstyles ill t others follow V j jey In Mens Fine Shoes we handle i1j S Mamiss Mfg Co Id t A TTV kw1 J Goav4 We guarantee Packards Pat jV Kidand pit Colt None are better- none t m estylIsh We are Jqle Agents fbi lUc fc HutchinL4ermng Shfces very pal1tWarra Jturn water Q jI or CLOTHING711- We 1 areshowingthisseaonthefamus Schloss Bros QIothin also sell fheJI v Celebrated W 1lwoth for Mnndu erf ctiofc r JoysIJ yoarrinn- eedr pf a Suit or OVercoat we anarid v wills veyou money A tz Yqurs VerRespectfu11y iifI 4J i WiiWlDC r f It J c7 C7cJ qi p7 J l JOTNS MCELROY jlfb JJte t t f 6RA INSURANCE AK vLfe7nrc adTQrn8QJJ t L n f li t j jfs 11t Y OFI ICEr fa f T i i i During J tny absence from oftIcWJF Qrlsby tPr George NeikirlcawIllittend to any buMisa ItT1r KeottickysGr D i f 1 IN GTC I 1 7 STAKES 1 R8 r 22ob 7- b iGREATOctober lIt I f uthr U 51 Jto t17thj f I 1 jI i20000 Futurity ioMDowsIL q TransylvanlL 3000 Tew4a 0 i 116000 3000 Walnut uuC f 4CS ill Haft Rfttw on all Railroads i c1iiLLs WIAt1UJii f iJ k MRS THEODORE SUTBO r kij i autssIr- S7WS pt iJr marie but a F CJMw wilL KrfSmtrd grad I Wia1 t t WK hMd e tk Irtt class i tat tfct WMM eIsrtxclaively of 3 L bte wo aa- ibt in Hlrem jean oid t Wktv bMri kee ttlwt MJ that p I b wis braiM were deficient that tkv a4 lift1 their UT t0 Music jut Mt e ceapMer of music WJMMtd aM c tkem riw has qI1 I The wot o t1mu Mtac sr wen who have the atiijC Ire to comjpose music Not j ayifW say children of her own she MM fft at rntflch money In helping aq cofoier aa many people 11 KM MMOBOitt aUTRO ji4la Waging up a family i XwiNia irkd oaT never seen her Me xieihM letters from her and she Bia4e tiMir cc poaltipn3 known Jtapljr U a labor of lore I i i Jin MM fOraed the first library of i seas xvsto She sent to Atlanta l M ta tali 17000 musical compositions i t bi irMwm and the photographs of all 4 ike priftdyal 9Een composers of the l1ted SKatefc Tlien she prganbied n Mtiasal association pf women compos era wUck has tlnce taken the name I e the Wpaaens Pblllmantic society iIkeorganized the womens nfti qrp lea data of the country Into a na 1 tMalgto4eratIom This might seem fA t 4aiy M1f but then the names of the- I dabs aa4 td be discovered and tour v Ill stCMtariea were kept busy day and Iwith the correspondence The r ti fiMfeMUea Was tacorpprated in Chicago taili7 Iw iatrp 4s chairman of the music Msiaktee fthe New York College 4 WsiiMLi clajb treasurer of the Society Jer the Iaprovement of Labor a memo ktr t the Press club and other r MgajiiMtipiU Jlbi does a great deal JffJr tke POOR Mrs Satro H alsq an artist of so e a ability a number of her paint V latakavla g been accepted by the Na L tie al aca4emy K W rtc Athletic Sweeplas Is the twin sister otgolfing aW kewltche the same identical mus I iCteaCteto play to create superb fihoul lien and handsome arms two cardinal poiats la beautys compass tied maklBK IIs an all around gymnas tie MTcment mattress turning develr ftorsoand the fonri1mbs Vthe regular arrangement of counter pas art pillows cultivates the eye and VfsyainetryV Ifleer scrubbing like lawn tennis is a bit Ttek t and not to be tried unless e 1ecertn about her Iart 4 fir- stjrit sie Jtt1l and tribtriaHon to the kBeea bat after practice yields a subtle satWaction of back and abdominal mo 4eaa1l1tsownz As for dttstin Jt needs a hymn to tVeltVVtO rerlew till Its merits athletic First the duster goes down on all fours tUcp ake Is upon tiptoe then she twists Vet Into all manner of Impossible VV t jpoiittlons to reach tho corners of the yp 1Brtiltwre first she Is on onelcnet then ViiThe other and when she is done she tT VV let goIng all the muscles hnd ten Vdatbat she owns into a magnificent nekVVpZ physical cult1reV VEye tho u UestduckUng of homely VioWwork is transfpnned into a beau tifal swan when it Is seen through the atWetes spcctaclesrnamely washing and wlprng dishes which beautify Iarms fingers and wristsj tho water kath lends suppleness to tho joints of the fingers oDd the wiping Is especially f good for elbow movement Twe cautions for housework gym liasts DOthe movements as other gym 2 1 Nttrtw Clesis wufHmIMUri tck cci The germs of con t iiiapliu wt t be received from with 1 t TfeMt lenH are every where Tht7 aK eoaxiatly being received and P fcastoutbythex thealthy syste A It is the narrow chested whose in U facritance is we- akhawhofallaprey to consump Vtlou because they 0 are too weak of hi lasfr to resist and w threw off disease VIloctor Pierceft Golden Medical DiscoverymakeS f t aweak IgngsI sttag It cures Vobstinate deep t Vseated coughs blekdiag lungs weakaess emacia Md Mtwr cditio which if naga wwkUfRlly treated fiada fetal r aMIa is eeuptlos PE1T will be paid by r y Medical Asso i isit PssSion littalo N Y J t MfowMt ow the origin signature fib MMMl v nNSI1Igi the teed twow i esof the writers of sry W oug tIM tbenanile- wWdi they aoiiittiatly p iijfcuig IJ tJNMynyiinr tiwir geiiulneecM r 4NtC I wss taken jMk si lbs p54 MCae verybsnbcit sk sst br1ost 1 and had so- rdI WSs JIrJCL JtoWttett ec X e a I try Di IqtCeLf v5iika ftw tU1h I kC lct d J t p t aie rbW IEGIa I es ws4k i poseEs sow s4- wsuJi I 15SU4I IIyWS54 pSS T w aQ Esabis this t1 UJY tr wVAoetpt oasbg1tte for Gene4jest Dcovery Notk OlljWlt good Jt Pkues iesMat- Vhlets cleaaitQie e4s7te1u froee inipsrUes JvV V2 TTV Excess 11osmo1t1nl SAffected MrHeartSOVIV if Up To Breathe lDr Miles Heart Cur Cured HeV There is nothing that has a more deleter nervesItenderness around the heart an oppressive feeling in the CheSt pipkins sensation in the throat discomfort mm sleepingon the left side and smothering spells at night when the sufferer has to sit up in bed to b atheuthe most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who jeel these symptcms and who do not understand their meaning Should be warned in tine by the following experiences fIwas greatly troubled with an affection heart duel think to excessive smoking On writing to you for advice I was directed to begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerveand Liver Pills together with bathing etc I faithfully followed the directions given and am pleased to say that my cure Is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use pf your remedies JJ was Jp nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I- would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatiRinlay easel can cheerfully recommend Di Miles Heart Cures Restorative vine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart pr nervous troubles Yours truly ELIJAH KLLDOtbanVA1aV All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free booU oa Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Milrs Medical Co Elkhart ltd nasrs uo tseir moreniutVWflU a cur rent of fresh air flowing through the rooms which dre your gymnasium and practice tpuse the left arm and the whole left side as much as you use the right sldeChlcngo Tribune XVelRlilng the Baby People who havent the babies won dcv when they ask the age of the baby how the infants relatives crfii answer so glibly Thirteen months two seeks and four days yesterday and he weighs lwentyfour and a quarter pounds Such an nnswer only shows that ba bIds are carefully watched and looked After It is thp pleasant doty of most parents to weigh baby regularly By doIngo they can know exactly when the childs food begins to disagree with him or when he Js showing a sign of losing strengtJu The first tveighing usually fIke31 lace an hour or so after birth if the childs strength permits He should weigh at thatjlme from six and a half to seven and or half pounds turing the first wetk of ilife Irnby will probublj lose from four to eight ounces After that he should steadily gain from four cto eight ounces a week up to the time he Isi six months old When teething time comes the gain will pro ably drop a little During the first half year of his life baby should be weighed every week and tdurlng the second half year every two weeks at least t The subjoined table shows the aver age Increase in weIght of the normal baliyVOne morth 7 pouuds 2 months 794 pounds 3mgntbs 0 fpqUnds 4 months ll pounds 5 months 1l pounds 0 months 14 pounds 7 months 15 pounds 18 months 1C pounds 9 months 17 pounds 10 months 18 pounds 11 months 19 pounds 12 mouths 20 pOtlud5VV A Wbmnii Doctors Verdict In locjkbis bactover the struggle aid effort of these 10bgen s I cannot say that thy were better than a sheltered life In n home of my own but I know I would not make the change It has cer tainly been a broader life and tthough I have had to do without the pleasures and sorrows tnt are woman own the bringing upota little flock that was mine I have had the satisfaction of mothering and saving many others per haps more fitted to that life than I 1 long ago left the pld rattletrap and have passed through offices otvarying grades but all varying upward to the big pleasant apartment that Is both of flee and borne I have now a1 fine prac lice good health an excellent income mysenthnentalltyspect the work I am satisfied with the issue Everybodys 1fagazlneI Paper TablewareV No more will the hostess sigh over seebig hermo3t cherished lace and em broidery ruined by fruit and chocolate stains She may now indulge in all the dainty accessories of the table fvitlrDUt a quajm as to their being stained The reason for this Is tthat everything in the shape of dollies casserole frills and sherbet cups are now made of paper They are as dainty as possible and are madeto imitate the beautiful Tenerife wpjk jMexIcan drawn work and all lace patterns in the most wonderful man eltheynot get soggy Salad and Ice cream casOhV come in a variety of pleasing forms and it Is possible to carry out a colOrl scheme Wlll1 but trifling expense Teach the Child Bravery Many a rnother makes the mistake of1 i Bjmpqthizlug too much with her little one over the small accidents that keep happening They magnify every little bump Into ft trigedy with the result that tjhe Baby grows up prone to self pity and to expect pity from others Children have a strong sense of the dramatic They loveto find themselves the central figure with mother father grandmother and the ther children all admiring or bewailing Unconsciously they will magnify au unimportant hut In order to attract themselves the attention they crave To teach a child to laugh at disaster is one of the bet lessons he canT learn Vhlk Holder Ordinary butchers cuffs can be con ertefl into attractive hair receivers or WhISk holders To jmake the former cut a pleseer of cartfloadto fit the bottom Then makeR ruffle 6f silk In a shade to b rnionlzc with the cdlor of the pomt Sew around the top and bottom Pltli la strap of the sllktucked on either side for a hanging A large bow ar ranged In the copter of a receiver odds to its attractiveness The whisk hold Mare made In a similar manner omit ipg the cardboard Te Wa h Silk UnIerwesr- White silk jindenvear should be waShed In warm water good yellow pop being added to make a lather Do t1t rub hard and do not use a wash LOaidThe garment should lJelpassed hrougij a wlnger not wrung by hand 4Jcf bvijtng Rinse using 8 little bjlulus and pin ban towel to Thp tiwcl way bo tups wl b the her plitbCJ on t line T1 on GlassFIncveriiotn An experienced flower grower who has licr plants scattered through the rooms on tables and stands says sbe has found a s9 are of glas makes the most effective support for a flowerpc or Jardiniere The glass saves the po Ished wood or bit embroidery and it does not conceal them NaperyTable Colorejl naperV Is allowably at brea fast and luncheon but never at dbme LlttlejBtnrch should be used In launde Ingwjutte linen A handsome mOn gram embroidered In white in oneco ncr lIs all the ornamentation that Is per ralsslble on either tabledoth or nap kitsf Cattplls dried and pulled apart Int down are said to make a capital fillln for soft pillows This cattail down doe3 not nbsorb dampness neither does It ever grow moldyV If n little snIt la added to cooked fnil especially if it is to be made Into tart the flavor of the fruit will be greatly ImproveV Tat like court plaster and canne soup 18Ii good thing to have around the houseV- Water should be used when It llrst toIls or It becomes flat CHOOSING A HUSBAND Do not marry a man who proposes 61 letter He is a coward Dont put an everyday man on n ped estal and then knock him off again Do not marry a dyspeptic for he wOI be insufferably disagreeable at break fast DOn t marry a man who writes tideal letters He is invariably led away by his imaginationVNo woman need tb flatter herself she will over either cure a drunkard or en Joy being anold mans darling A husband should be chosen for hi lovable qualities and his powers of nf fcctlon andbfpr thpse reasons alone Girls should refuse at all hazards tin nina who proposes at a dance Often ir the glamour of a ballroom men say what they wish unsaid in the morning Choose a man without regard to his profession or his appearance a lan whom you can love hphor and obey who will be not only your lover and your lendbut your master At a picnic a girl may judge of a mans character because of the work to be done inV washing upcirrylng baskets had opening bottles It woulc be quite safe tcj accept a proposal made at one especially if made before lunch eon From How tOVCboose a Hus bandVVHousehold PestsV Bits of raw cotton or wadding saturated with the 011 of pennyroyal mId placed in cornersor closet shelves and lii boxes will drive away several kinds of objectionable insects cockroaches ants etc said an entomologist of the agricultural department Placed In a saucer it will drive away flies 1 have been told that it does so completely Saturated pads ot the pennyroyal placed between the mattress and around the bed will drive away the plague not glveA In the list of those with which Egypt was scourged for her slus P jrkthis dreadful pest an other excellent preventive and cure ia an 7 application to Infested places of equal parts or kerosene and spirits of turpentine put the solution In the joints andf the cracks of the bed about the Burbase and in any other place where the insects have found lodgment and fill the erackswlth hard soap that can be so treated This is an old fash toned and reliable remeayrWashlng ton Star Nice Gift For a Small Qlrl A birthday piesent of a bookshelf filled jwith books for n niney arold girl Is a capital Idea It would be a good plan to choose a few jjust a little older t an she woulil care for now Then year by year she would have new one to enjoy The following list Includes more older favorites than1 new er ones but they cte always new and delightful r the child who has not read them Timothys Quest and Polly Oliver Problem by Kate Douglas WIggin Sara Crewe by Frances Hodgson BurnettHans An dersens FAIry Tales At the Back of the JforthWind by George MacPon aid Alice In Wonderland Lady Jane By r3C V Jamison Little Women by Louisa May ilcott Wa tebBabics by Charles Klngslcy The Tales of a Grandfatherby Sir Walter Scott The Jungle BookS 1 by Rudynrd IIplinganglewood Tales by Na thaniel Hawthorne and Eeslie Gold thwite by Mrs A D T Whitney Getting tho Little One to SleVep l had tried everything to male my little one sleepy at the right time said one of the progressive mothers and all to noavail He simply would SOt sleep whenll put him ttbed I tried feeding Wm just before taking off his clothes Nothing had any effect on his excited nerves Then tile doctor suggested a remedy that worked like n charm Taking off Jacks clothes sponged off his spine in hot water be ginning at theneck and passing gown slowly and gently and so over and over again I kept the water as hot could be borne and continued the as1 meat till the skin was red Then the back was dried gently and the child put Into bed Either the gentle down ward stroke or the hot water bad a soothing effect on the nerves Anyway sleep was sure to follow A week or two of this tr nt1 lent will usually ef feet a permanent cureV SiuffeciFigV In ci large oriental Importing house where all Horts of eastern dainties for the table are sold they display stuffed figs which look delicious jfad are cer tainly not difficult to prepare at home The largest and finest figs should bo used A small sharp knife must be em ployed as the skin of this fruit Is generally tough Use nuts of almost any kind English walnuts halved blanch ed almonds slivers of Brazil nuts or- 1stnbioscandied cherries bits of an gelica pieces of capdled ginger and bamboo the last named delectable morsel to be had at Chinese establishments Use small bits for the stuffing and have a variety Plied on a glass dish the stuffed figs will add greatly to thp des tentVCare of the Spongrt Before using a new sponge beat itI unit shake It well Then let ft He in old water all night Next day rinse It hrpuglLtwo or three fiesh waters to remove till sand and elustWhen after being used fort some tlmd the sponge incomes sticky soak it In warm water with ammonia in It a tablcspoonfu of liquid ammonia to n pint of water be eg the correCt quantity Let it He In his an hour then rinse In warm and hen In cold water Set it In a crent or air to ury A sponge snoum always be set wtere it will dry thoroughly It IIs a good plan to hang it in a large meshed net Or4n one of the netted sponge baskets that are made to fit on the washstand v SEWIP4VSCREV4 Hnindy Arrangement For Keeping ThingsVThe handy Dewing scteen shown in the accompanying lllpstratlott Is one that wouldr bring delight to mother whose sowing materials always have a way of becoming misplaced through tack of a safe place for them This little screen will be easily made nt home by any one handy with hammer and nails or by carpenter It is painted to Initiate cherry oakj or tiny wood desired und the cretonne is cat out fitted and tacked to the frame Ian IfANDt SWIGVV with small brasstheaded tacksOn side Is made with divisions for holdln various materials for mending Above this is a narrow ledge or shelf wher the spools of silk or cotton n edl book thimble cajse etc are to be kept Snial brass hooks are placed In the top ot the frame for holding scissors emerY bag etc A hanging jShclf Is arrange on the other side and above this are smaller pockets Exchange Distinction Adds to Ecanty The distinction which siiowls itself in manners Is rather a negativfe quality It consistS filSt of all In abstalnjn from certain actions certain gesture and certain words It comprises per feet acxiuaiutance with the usages or society and the ways of the world But it is necessary that the knowledg Should not appear as acquired bu t rather us natural and innate In nl stainIng from certaliJ gestures thOr should be no stlffhess ilf one Is uncoil vlnced one must not show it Elegnnt and measured movements a light nut springy walk ease of gesture and pur pose an Infinite tact in all things com prise real distinction Nothing is f rt tier from It than eccentricity whlc attracts attention and provokes jnocl t cry The distinguished woman excite attention without seeking It and hi such a way that her admirers are nq able to say exactly what they adniir In her Distinction 13 something indescribable but something which is vcr desirable Inn beautiful woman Get on ilie Beauty CartV Little ambitions are forerunners ot greater things frA girl Will have ttt ambition to be freckleless That put a little beaiity seed Into her soul nnd lieu pngrss for general loveliness Is rapid From banishing freckles sDe goeto getting rid of worse blenjlslie tartness of speech perhaps or slopp bolts and pins In nercollnrs Beautify Ing embraces a big hOSt of defect tim Includes tIll disposition ones dress the health and ones heart All In all It Is merely self improvement Dote scorn the young wouian who is getting acquainted with crcme WZiVqUieVVRe ineniber that cremc marquise has tWo yery good friends Messrs Soap am Water Because you are thlrtynineils no jcason wily you shouldnt climb to our beauty cart In fact 4t is a ver good reason why you shouldnt be left belIindblcagoVrlecondnemald A Plemlnc Pcrnonnllty It is universally conceded tliata pleasing personality is aV woraanl greatest fortune That intanglbl thing called charm who shall de fiiie It Intellectual l women do not or ways possess it and too very often we meet beautiful women who are de- vOId of it They lack thpse qualitIes which permeate the character with resistible sweetness and which give their possessor an Inimitable attractlqr whether she be physlcalfy beautiful ni not Cleanliness good taste arcddj adaptability combined with a dellcaU sense of icfiubment cheerfulness nd thoughtfulness are tire requisites ota pleasing personality which hold the mystery of charm Add tothemgra dousnes and grnccTumcss jufll soil have a ivoinan who la half human halt divine 5 MIsn Cliurlbttc Kitollyn A familiar figure tp all who visit the English court Is Miss Charlotte Jvnof lys who tins been In consttintattenI once on Queen Alexandra ever since the latter came usa brldo from Den rharii At that time Miss Kupllys wat appointed lady in waiting and she bip retained her post near the person of the royal Alexandra unremittingly to the present During that time she line met nearly alfrthe rulers of Europe and almost nil persons of note fromOil r FEMALE WEAKNESS tPORTIUrn 47 superiortoand I know whereof I speak lenf fered for I1Ipnmonths with suppressed ptrated b m y back And Bidaa and 1 would havo blinding Ueodache My limbs would swell up and I would feel so weak could not stand up I nntunlly feltVdiscouraged for seemed to bo beyond tho help of physician but Wine of Cardul can3af Godsend to me I felt a change for the bettor within a week AfU c rinetnen days treatment I menstruated without Buttering tho agonies usually did and soon become regular and without pain Wino ofV Card u Is simply wonderful and I wish that AHaufforing women knew of Ita good qualitiesV AzeIl42l4 LWTreasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tenor fe nat weakness Wino ofCardui cAres permanently nineteen out of every twenty casea of irregular menses bearing down pins or any female weakness If you are discouraged and doctors have failed that iis the best reason in the wqrljl you should try Wine ofVCardui now Renicmber that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui todayRDU 1tV countries lte15 wy lRtuUI lltieral in her views of society and Is accompllsiftd In many directions esp daily as a linguist Sh0 occupies n warm place in thp aTTefcilons of the queen u Miss Knollys brother trI Franc Jvnollysi Is private secre4ityVO Kin EdfrardVV J ir tty Bedroom Screen A pretty and Inexpensive screen tOT a bedroom may be carried out with the aid of several yards of erearq colore brussels net The net la first gathered top and bottom on a stout linen tbreadI 1nod then stretched tlgfitly on tt screen by means of tiny jbrass heade dI tacks It may be necessary to cover u screen first with cheap silk In white orII some pale shade in order to prevent orlghial roCing from shcwing throng enamlelOOfinished is treDPtyJight anti pretty A PART OF THE PLAY nigflinar Tbd Brought Some Ruuta Actor too Prloh CCll The course of true art does not aI ways run smooth in Russia as pre ample inLthe theater of YellzavetgraL In the fourth actiof a certain play then is a theater within a theater as In Shalcespeqres EhinIet only that some of the drlima is persdme have tQ mix with the public In the gallerie and tq hlss the cuter actress who duly faints As soon its the gentlemen ha faken their place among ther gods an begun to 1lssanwhisf the policeman oi duty ttime vn Ii n them like a wolf on flit fold andljefore they could utter a wlord of explanation he and his jcolleagiies nabljed two moved them by force and tooktthem to the next police station where they t were charged with disorderly conduc 1at a public place They protested 1ba f they had only done their duty but th police laughed their explanations scorn Thepnblic left the theater en masse td see what was happening to tbe actors hint the latter bad already been consigned to the cells Tlje crowd In the street before the station house grew rapidly In numbers and its noisy protests threatened to culminate Ins rious disorders Fortunntoly the iwan ngerVottlin theater appeared before th superintendent and by theVlIght of lamp declaimed with manuscript In fiandj the whole fourth net In order to show that hissing was an essential part of the performance Only then dhTth representatives of the law release the innOcent actors VV Sntivlty ok the Potato There is as much mystery as blstoi connected with the common tuber call ed the potato Its nativity orlgina place in tho kingdom of nature ani several other things regarding iit ar still open questions Aa to its nativity the weight of argument seems to favoi the troplcAljor subtropical regions o America Thorols a tradition that tin vines once grew to monstrous size ant that tho balls were of the bignes melons and at that tlnitj the root totete not tubers the cdlblefyarts grow 1ng among the branches It seems thud they were first introduced hjto Eurpp the year i56iV Haskells Roots and Wild Plants Wamkins first fetched d qtieei bulbous root out of America wiiic somf called a bodadp while other who had heajrd the Peruvians mentlO It spoke of it as a potato P r1am- Cyclopedial of Agriculture says that S r John Wamkins founV1t growing nil near Santa FQ de Bogota at an alt tude ot 8000 to feet Ue als says that It4 was fetched out df Ante 1CaV at a ont theUmeS etUV- d1laskellvia uporibj JInthe year 1565 1A Koynl Ttomniicc Carmen Sylva the royal authoress met her husband the king of Roum i nla in quite a romantic way As a girl of seventqbn she was running do a the staircase of the palate at Ben a when her foot slipped on the marb a antI she would have fallen to the flonr below hot at the inoinent Prin e Charley of Hbhenzollern stepped fro a an anteroom had caught her In Us arms She did not accept him althoUKl jhe made her the offer at once In Jo to for it was then most unlikilys te said she preferred to remain queen herself but If site became queen flf a fI country at ajl sjie would prefer rcu uianla tight years afterward UK was m5rriedVV to Prince Charles who h lbeen prpclal ed king of Uoutnanla and thus she allzed her ambition When Wat r Ului Avoided Until comijurutlvely recent tin es there was a medical prejudice against drinking water Sir= William Vflugh in his Nnturnl and Artificial pin tiara For tfealth declared that wa er qiight seldom th bo drunk Anot er doctor admitted that It might be healthful l Tor children but not for ft en except solne odd abstemious nei among a tIioustndVpereIlance deg n crate and of a dbggish naturevfor lgs of nature do abhor wine Indeed he commendation of water 53 nbe er age was supposed to be theigu of he quack EveR esley in his Priratt ve Physic wrote 6 tlt with cauti iv Drink only Vjiter Ifjt agrees frith jour stoniacli ijfr not godClcnr six alf ibcer i4 A Qaceij DoirVV v Dagpriet lii the Referee tells a stry- ot two little girls who were trying to xplaln what socfcof a dog It was t jad seen Said one little girl It ICYI I one of those funny ones JIll kuoW ines that arc dogtfnd a hdlf long und mlf a doglilgh Said the other ou urnst know the sortIts n dog that t inly has four legs but loplcs as K it iitglit to ixave1ixVII iuajT IntfccSt Jagbnef to hear of a fairly aptdblul f that a Public Opinion man nee iounItippIifKl 9 thet daehshumltha 1eg riU the TqulsjrXIV leg3V jr Tire Alipetltc ot ICittyVVI Thq number of wild jialinalssola as Pl7itC1 private Tninlllcs In tillS cpu itry It to bo bpyond belief but the amlljes generallS return the be asts pfore long ihe ihalerVntltC mlj this wiW ff4st Iraule In Tes lies t rlWhoetter fromViler saying Please obine ind thltllfy awny She has taten utiV1ewfount1landog nollct iit lntViViVMan With Potltloiird llle toI have y our nnule on this Rurglc4U is tierc forHiallty you lnpw but aI Bnslniss Manmylike to oblige you lackstraw but a fallow came around Inst week with n pledge blndlnj thet toft LI tui CnLbuueV I slgnrIt ItI Bo ad a to Pa nil Ue Pleaaeii Kehecaitlrttiicr Is going to narry or the third time RclclJl must b aentirentdi- IloboccaOli no he juat obgjlnafe DettoltI ICcVPreSSVs IIANCIENT COFFEE rhci Way the kreago Wasrewej la tkc ScTren emtb C xtmrr Tcere ute in existence 1Vchre Brijaln a feW cOpes of an ancien coo bo kWubtlshed In 1682 that give wjiutis perhaps tne Qrst English fecip for coffee The recipe reads To make the drink that Is now tone used called coffee VVThe qpffee berrieS are to be bough at kiny Druggist abut seven shlillag the pound Take what quantity 70 phase and or a Charcoal fire in n a rytagpani keep them always stli rl 1 until they be quite black nnd w ea you track onla with your teeth t it Is black naSit1s without t If you exceed 4heliVdo you wasteS t e Oyl and 1tlless then will it pot de Ii an its Oyl and if you should con- nuet ftre till It bejwhite it will the uke no coffee but only give you Its It Beat dtd ce through a lawn ve Take clear water and boll onthIr- f it away and 1ti fit for use Taka ne quart qf this prepared water put n It one ounce of yjpur prepared cofee- nd boil it gently oie hour and It is fit or your Use drink onequarter of a mt as hot as you can sip it Itdoth bate the fury anti sharpness of the e UiIA COm nJi LarJr- A young lady teacher in West Phi adelphia kindergarten thinks that sbe has discovered a Pniladelpbia law YfE in Qmbryo She made the dIsco CrY in one of theVxees incident tCl teaching the youn Idea how to cpum 4fter drawing five ones op the blaci board and writing beneath the flve successive numerals one two tUre Courfie together with a Tpainstakin verbal explanation she attempted to test the understanding ot the little one by turning to one bright eyed little fel loand putting the question sow Donald which would yOu rather have five pennies or a five eon t1oecl1V Five petiniesr Donald pr mpt1tre plieLLV rV Why Donald asked the tea lelpatiently I Beciause said Dpnald You see iIt you lost one of th4 pennies youd bay four leftjj and Oven if yen lost ton youd have one leftf but if youlost the five cent piece why91t would all be goneevelJpecinyp iikdelpbi Ledger The Churns of tke M1ssIsiIpi- To novice eyes a trip down the Mlssl slppl Is full of wonder Not the beauties of th Hudson does one find nol the castled turrets of the Rhine nor storiedtmonntamregton Of North CarQUnaO rVthrineVfair Swannnoa bu a be uty all Its o vn has t1iis wonderful ilissls j Htpfil viilucli ou Its serpentine wa from pearly I ike Itasca io the blui waters pf the Mexican g ijf tniverse 2G1CJ miles of tdrrltory Its legend und rqdltIOns ltugreat fiwth times before the war its spectacular history may aU l learncd from qunini oidyriver man who will gladly give Ull1 measure ot his lore There is a charm In the vast stretches of forest in the loneliness of the treat of Waters in its streamFatherI lunIrrIsGaojab Smolclaar In Janfaica ganJab a variety t Indian hemp Is smoked by all classes with ferribleresults It is stated that It wasKthis weed that was USed by the leadersor the Indian mutiny to drive the sepoys Into the passions of raglnj maWa which they exjhlbited durint that campaign IGanJan smdkbag af facts the beginndr inn peculiar way While under Its influence his senses- time sound and distance arebblit Crated A single tninute Jnay seem a- rrmonth a childs voice sowias like tin rattle of a mac4ine gun and a little fingEr may seem a mile long Con tinueduse says the Spatula causes cataleptic fits and eventually Idiocy or raving hpmlci4al madnessV Small DOC I The geuiogists tell ua that the oro blppus tile ancestor of the noble horse of today was but little larger than the tonimpn pbbitof today rind that each had sixteen toes itorir on ach foot the same as the cattle of today After the lapse of rtges tlh sixteen hoofed equus shed a toe or hppf frcia 9 cb foot and thus bjctjarae a rtwelve toed animaL The sixteen hopfed riety arp first found in tie eocene period of geologic al jpocUs iiVQuite 4 flIKcrence1 What p the difference between hens and poultry kopVV fltby hens myiSoft iarp ihlngs that belong tb our neighbors poultry i1i something p iaaja owns IlifflSelfYOflV- kOS tateunauiV A Good lBTe lmeat- Brhmble What would you do If you siVfQp 1rnt7Jtblrea tJriyhte secretary t10 answer fool questfonsu Suiart Se- tBUDSANO FLOWERS OF HOMELIFE aines Celery Qoinpouad HakM ami jMft F theObUdrenWI1an itresg 11181fThe duldrea God bless them are the bail and Rowers of our homes Without their rattle Sad hearty laughter our home woaM x desolate They should ever be carefully ended in childhood and youth ifwe expect hem tto ripen into perfect meaandwomcnV In the home und at school the childrea bare their times oC ill health und suffering Ve jpften note the p 1idaJd bloodless cheeks hleayjr eyes rtcrvous movements and twitch igs of limbsand muscles They compUn of eadache drowsiness weariness dyspepSia nd indigestion All such symptoms and a3 lents mean hot the seeds of disease Will have a fast and thin hofd unless proper ineanm is trvcs to trstoG a perfect conditioa ol ealtii Thousands of wise and prudent parents hue made theirchildren happy b ealthYand ons by giying them natures medicine IJawes ilcryCpmpound In many severe sad ceai ihcated cases t Paines Celery omoud Jes lOt d heaUh whjtalhe Htk ones weft up IIfI nd tugged as they should be try tie heka lying vlrtud of Palae1 Celery Cowpowd It makes and fcccpt tke ebOdrcn well The e4ebrbteeOsqwtk- DIAMOND DYES jertiereesfghasetidiee PHew and tabie Ovtict ou rirtM atHIeheir jcoverlngs may be dyed MMttftM andartist3pcDIorB I kectI6H Ixjok sad 44 ilyM tree D KONDDns41Irujyc o f I APaiioromgahingfrroo4ancfflui gslNtaeL- dBtfpgctM 1F iS Hll DKi V VWCOVOpftorLV a6inr iitI j A rorc ur SklrflocrqLgs- ilIineSdLOO ESIhe S icnaaure or VNEW YORK h 1 1n J CCjIIYct WAPPDt IpAUrQN j This is not a ntle wordbjt when you think how HatiJtyo arts nov to purchase the Qli remedy rniivierHUykMOwkiipd remedy that ban had ttiarrw sale of ny cnedciniathe ilrorl llItreatment oJ1 nsu ptidB a i PhroatndVLu4CrobtN iritl riattpopti Janfyr al11 IJOutloiinlits yon will bt UMBJC your atiemlkm 4 Bbschees Gerda Syrup Ther are so iiany JprdlnarTr couf remedies made by druggist a Jt others that ar chtap dood for light colds perhaps bt tor severeCou 1isoBrooqJaitil Croflpand eispeciallj for Col sumption WbJthTS1S dicItl expectoration and coafebinj during the nights and mbriinfs there is nothing like Ger a Syrupy Tne 25 cent size baa just been hit odueed tHiajpai Rrglilar sizeJ5 cents At aU druggistst Q J Hatdpap ThE ETERAEEMI414EI lateIJiHtilIlngtotar1tYlit pitT53 surpnlsetl4t men of admitted ia tellct should marry vromea who ar Oat their mental equals Among rcj patients for ths last few weeks ii tact untir he dted wasaair of marhable ability and character IM casehad been 14 the aaxic cCaBotl doctorVUfld vheiVI took ckarge I luic that there was ittle hop ot recovery The Illness was oinpllcatediiid I wil1 oonfeM dlfflculi pf diggeeia and snot until shortly be tltW fatal termination thai ail the sywtsws t veloped The patient wife was la little wff mafl whom one could best d scribs fcj the term sweet I never sa rgreatei r devotion displayed in the sick TOOK Her anxiety is pathetic fce wtch ful care unceasing and I New to look op to her But never could UplalpI her just what Tpas the matter frith erj diotttOdosOV How ia lie today doctor r would say In UK mofttpatlMticjfakki The first time ebe ppt the qwry t wtat into detail by way of explaBattea Tile danger from paenGaia baa diminished to acer esttat JlI said but from the heart action ikftlcc car tajn symptoms of canlltlfl which KITe vjiry little roun5iR for bpp TMB wonld continue W espials the trHK1 the diseueeq- child slmiilj3tkouflit that A could umdcritand It When I con cluded she noddedj batelligeitly and sad InV a sweatier ao pathetically wNt ffaiit mywlieart west otVt her I understand Bat tfecter IteM 44 you think be IiVI groaned Inwardly airf nsde SMM reply holding little bpEaiid eT er agola att 4Biea to fe fe 4 teiL But as I watched her iarihc tha tijtef days ustIttthe md came I ferjpt aN about her failure esMprtheai a y explanation I forgot everythtaff Ia- fast except thlkt I was a WKMM of that wodert1l1tI t aatectfea of which the fcmlnlie tare ate e leopabte aid lIrndiiara Wit M dlf ference to me iif she lad at h M 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