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heart Lucille Im singlngv To nix joy Im wildly clinging With my eweets ny heart Imbringing 4ihHfgJS f2aT J y Il1s g LWinging my love c LE dreaminglIn By mini tm thusly I In my head this dittys Seeming But if wHey hears this wooing If fypPtng f There wnJ1npe sehiig ItWEs1ePubthherI 1m 9BAr tlQNEy1Th p- ofe J moterS Organization known as the Kentucky TobacJ cb Growers Association are jubi lant overaihe prospect of the t pJansttdbicdo wlensandiceived that the Security Ware house Company f bt New York hasarranggdto Jend 10000000 Tobaccbf3rowersAso buy thjatirafTyears crop from the growers n accepted the moncfjWilt be placed tpth credit of JQe rowe rs Association to eAiickedQn arelbOphtThcAssociatjon i fog the lobacco trust and claims tohaJye Control of 75 per cent producti tndgrpwera that hive been paid cfretnbthe trust Thc associ a tion organized in this county P5S ttIP tbs al bufc onlya few of the growerslmve joined It the promoters can convince the farmers however that they willI receive a bigger price for their product by becoming members the membership of the assocta Lion will doubtless grow rapidly enough Theit tobacco grower is willIIi i rightItisnota doli1l8a5 it IHOPLDof people living in tne county of rushing into court with little insignificant controversies and rfamily rows houldba stopped Ct is not an infrequent thing of- Jatejo see a great crowd gather it the CourtHouse to settle what onlt would think Was an important gse but which upon invest tigation turns put to be a matter jjf a J few dollars between neighbor over a trade or a prPsecu tionresulting from a scrapping hutt6Dlywas consumed in the county oourt in trying a case involving A tight b tweet two boys The case was pofched by the parents And kin folks to the number of a djsand8OllLtpcjcnedjf ttt ferJwould never have been brought to court There aTe some eople who are neyersp pjeaaedaii when jJttlM court house it would be zlti Uilrejcomrd t wayi9entjirg thE r ttJ quarrels into court and co SUZiinjp time an- dcr1ncosts for othior Jti5 d lli E 4 R3AiOflepftjmes IPOwanHnbollJe to l1Ifl t MM II iSSi Mr Emmett F McElroy a Springfield 6oy now living in Kansas City acppy of the World published in that city giving a wonderfuprtOFy of a German ar tist by the name of Steinberger who iis said to be acopslumptiye and who hs adopted a ncfve1 ineUibd 16 cpmbat that disease the article says AriJong the bracjieof a giant white oak SpringfielAQfand the TreeTop Stiztiiti the sky residences of Orin Steinperger Sixty seven feet above tbe gropnd is the- 1atforrnbn which are built he rpoms of Steinbargers odd homeiU The article is quite lengthy and gives pictures of the man and his treetop home Of course no swh thing exists in this county and some ambitious newspaper writer has evidently been indulging in oce jarge Ireath C raiLS lIB MOt3SOur geqial county COUrt cl rk1 tfc F Booker Is increasing in fame arid reputa Lion aa taller pf true and wpn derf ul yarns Since tie publication of that watch and calf Story recentlythEirpunds of the papers untnM Bookers name has become quite familiar to newspaper readers The story finally cajnie to the notice of theeditprof the Nevada MoPost and was copied in lhat paper Nowit happens that Mr Booker has a sister living in that town and the publication prompted a letter from her to her apparently wayward brother The sister expressed her Aston ishment and distress that a brother whom she had seen grow from jctiildjidod et of truth iind have fallen so fom asomfmf and narrow path of Mr Booker is b formulating a re ply in an attempt to redeem bjm stlL 1 RayBS Two Prom Deatb Our little daughter had an almost fatal attacK of whpopnjf cough and bjonchitia writ Mrs WK Havilandof Ar monk NYClbut whe nil other remedies fwiJed we saved erllife with pr Kirigs Nw Discovery Opr tiece who had Consumption in an advanced stage aso used this wonderful medicin a d oldQysbe is perfectly wol1De p rate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infalli blet Coughs and Colds 50c byobottles free e VttOOHeM 100 y The reader of this paper willl be pleased to learn that there lIs at least one dreaded disease lhat science has been able to cure mall its stages ahd Oareithi medical fraternity Catarrh being sa constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hall a Catarrh Cure is taken iinternally acting di fsurfacesof r the foundation of the disease and giv lug the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing itvbrr The proplicr to5rs have so much faith in its curative Barters that they offer One Hundred r Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonialslAddress F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 76 cents Halls Family Pills are the best Assault LJpOM The CalafcMse The first real engagement LI- the W tl1Itint war occurred Saturday pa the West Piint jail epyiji denuded of weat- herboatiyiite1yiif2ji tstifl s to the inVtialfvlctbr of the militia over trieCiviFpover Saturday nigit severaso1diersofl the First InfahtPywere engaged in- I sb1Qt I gUn VVestEointv rvVyn Mar shall jyTbrris de3endedupqn tB ifrityand arcesied fine sll iMPrLvl Spaky pi Compan- ySparkincacrated1Ji1 tveJaUIorhbirjijia tefeit indow and sent up t1i5tle cry of freedom After ieoving the weather oo rdi UK from the structure the t t soldiers tthe First agreed to wrait50 minutes for the release of Sparks announcing that at the end of that interval ihey would make a bole large enough to let Sparks out and then carry the jaildown thhiII and toss u into the river Private Sparks was relesaetjL One of the leaders of the rescue party was Private Robert Neville or Company M who says that he is a son of Lord Neville of England and thajt he was once nn officer in the British army Etbwn sews Cofsions Ora Prict Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years II suffered ffom Yell w Jaundice I consulted number of physicians and tried all sarts of medicines but got to no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feell that I am now cured of a Disease that had me In its grasp for twelve years 1 you want a reliable medicina foe riVET and Kidney trouble slOmj ach disorder or general debiliw get Electric Bitters Its gud abteed by C J Haydon Pharma cist Only 50c A Perfect P nlBsr Pill Is One that will cleause the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headacee and leaye a good taste in the months j The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually arc DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette In say a tLAII other pills I haveused gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are imply perfect Sold by C J Hay don PUBLIC sALE I Of ilaivc Stock and pairn inj Implements In order to chosen partnership we will at Mrs Suit KnoWs farm 2 miles from Springfield on the Perry villb pike on TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1903 beiiinning At flYa m sell the folioing property oricpairex tra fine 2y arold mules well broken one 2year old horse mule 3year oldmare mule thule fOol t 5 brood mares ihfoal one tine buggy mare suitable lot lady to drive one yearling filly by Red Phnce ODJ jennet in foal one ydarHpe acr 7 cp s 3 with calves by side 12 head of 1000 pound cattle one yearling Polled Angus hfejfer one weanling sleerc calf 4 extra fine broodoR anci Digs one thoroughbred Poland China boar one D erihg binder Deering mower Deering hay rake wheat drill disc harrow Ahorse wagon 2 bieaking plows and other farming implements nparly all of tHese have only been used one season 20 tons bailed hay 150 bbls corn The farm of 350 acreswill be rented to highest bidder bu day of saleif not rented privately bpfore For further particulars about farm apply to John iF Simms or J J Wimsatt TERMS Cash on sums Qf10- and y oder over that amount a credit of mouths with negoti ble note bearing 6 per cent interest trom date MR5 J G WJLtETT SON DoGoOdIt Pays A Chicago man luis observed that Mood deeds are fcetlec than real estate I deeds sonic of the latter are worthless Act kindS arid gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly ilos by it Most men appreciate kind word and encouragement more than sub flfantial help TLero are persons i thts community who might truthfully saj My good friend cheer up A ew doses of Ohaniberlains Cough Remedy will ridyon of ydqr cold and there iano danger wiatev from pneu monia when you use that medicine It always cu esI know it has helped me out majny a time Sold b y O J Haydon Desirable Farm For Side Having moved to town and de cided to quit farming I ani offer ith for sale thy farmcon istiDg of fifty five nod three fourths 55J acres With good improve iiiepts on ypod turnpike near poslk offic f mill school and church For particulars and price frail pn pr write to J O W ford Chaplin KYrt or W F Or gsby Attorney jbpringtield 1y Weak lungs make weak people Get the lungs heaItiirfree from irritation cturlfTherethe lungs atrongand well than DR CLASSES COUGH SYRUP Sold by Wood 1 Campbell Dleilnj IngiaM Tcrritoiry The home of Mr and Mrsj A Dudgeon of this citv is a scene of sorrow and all of the members of the household are enshrouded in gloom on account of the death on Thursday ol Cleveland the third son Eis bright young life succutribefl to the ravages of Remittent fever pbyIsicians and the loving jcaro Of relatives and friends Funeral services weieneld ill the Dexter block Friday mprn 11bi mains will be taken to Hodgen ville for interment ton0rrowS The deceased w sblrh iea r Springfield Ky nineteen years ago and removed to Okemahw th the other members of the family last February Of a bright gen ial disposition he made friends of all with whom he came in contact The Herald joins withjthe Soriowi1glfamf jt afflictjonrr Okemah Herald The Dudgeon family is well own in this county whrethe lived until a few mothagor ALOiCLettcr l Would not interes ypui ifr you re llooking fqr a gardntee Halve for ypres BurnSiot Piles Otto Doddof 9ond A l Mod writes I suffered with an ug1ii- sore fOfa year but aQox of Bucklens Arnica alve cured pie Its the best Salv on- 3arth 26e at c THaydori Drag Store Public Sale In order tp settle the partnership heretofore existing betweep us we will on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 jjegiuning at oclock p m promptly sell at public auction on thc premise tfriVl Q Chord one miie east of Spriigtield Try the follcwing persondl property N ne mules 2 horses 1 fine brood mare 7 milk cows 2 year ling steerc 4 daes 6 sows and rigs 19 stock hogs 9 ricUs timothy hay one sasoiing enginw und cutti otbQX 1i wajjon 3 sets of harnes 1 Dafinng bin der1 iron roller 1 hat Sailer 2 mowers 9 plows and gear and a large lotbf farming implements of every kind Terms of sale All sums 4c 10 or less forcash for sums ofr 10 or oiver on a credit ofsix mont S secured by note with ap proved personal security nego tianle and payable at Peoples Ofeposit Bank of Springfiield bearing 6 per cent interest frbm date of sale J W Lauders W 0 McChord B Mi Campbell auctioneer Took Mure Ride rfrrEBthshisteIlofthe Nevi s Station community fofund atin work mule in his pastur Wednesday morning and the bridle hanging on the gate Evidently sonic one tad riddenthe mule and was kind andjthought ful enough to turn him into the woulde4redbrand Mr Brdwhistell telephone to this place and it was soon llharjj ed that the animal belpnge l to Mrs Dowlingi Ihad been taken from the barn in towp on Tues day night ard was missed by tho driver when he went out to feed Wednesday morning rWV E fowling and Chief of Police McCarthVj bad already started to FiankfoFt in search of theI uersImpure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples ashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If t- heSarsaparilla stomach then dyspepsia biliousness loss pf appetite IYourI remedy used for 60 netntnluR wrecli JI from My tli InW1 yearsIr I Eoaltl1 Wugo etA few arspartua 8fttMelt eltred me IIIcDQJmLEnSc tQtl4 iiioi a bottIiIor JCOArul Impure Blood Aid the sarsaparilla by keeping th towels gMcaI with Ayers ihiie t jL pmule wiien word was received here htt It had been Jocatea There1ifno Clewto the Jguilty party Ander5pnNew3x iiEANOUhI8H1E FOR ALL Mlona Makes Thin People Fati Wood Campbell Will Rc un Money IfIf Pall i Every no needs real npurishment thc es good health strength and criduranVe Without it you ate away fearly everyone eata food enough t furnish the necessary npai whment orthe perfect tup port of life but the f x tIis notf aasimilated and there fo lows jndfgestiotJ weakness and emaciation A few lays use Of Miona the won derfnlfleihfoimingfo6d will demr onstrato kts porto furnish real nourish eat and restofeJiealth MI ona mi gles with the fcot you eat aids a sh dilation tones up an4str nth jens the Igestivlf organs aud put the whole 87 tem into proper PbYSic lreon dillon lB its jse tie elements needed to In crease flesh are assjmila ted from the daily I4cd eachwe alnoticev Wood Ic Campbell know personally of raany ases oflong staHding stomach troubles some pf them verjr Lad that fhethlDhivearkjioW s nd by Us ai4havc gained real noijriflhrjcrt Wood Campbell feel sure tha they can honestly recom theirfaithto sellit iwith he distinct understand ing that the money ts to be returnedln- every pa 3e where it fails todd what is claimed forit You risk nothing in buying icina and if itt g iconii50cIwdl pay for the remedy them clve SSniaiipox In Marion Hsjwi Blair died 6f smjallpox at hif honcrenearjjphicago Sunday after afewiiarillni2ss IBis lit JeiidaiightfrXoied pf Ihfe same plague Mooda Hfs wire an tCl velhedJsijase wit f ir prospects qf recovery Mr41 red Bland fordanihis sons biiried the vie jnjs cf ilbe diseased they being immun js The Ititlet town is considcsrabiy rarnd tyut its people beiieye there will be no other case A gentleman by the riai neoll Downs who iias had small pox is nursingthet stricken memnefs ofMrBiairSjfatnily Dr Ciiisell of Loretto says we have been toldl tha these cases of the plague are of a mtjre dan gerous type than aby that haye been the cbuntyfin the past few y Under this view otI the ca1n tbe s rict dst precautions a ain the spread of theldisea o srou d be enforced ebanon- nterrriseP t lila Learneia GreatTl11tb It Is 4ildj of John Wesley tjiat 3no he said to Mistress WesleylWhy do- you tell that child the same tiding over antf ovragainV hJOhti We Bley because ice telling is not enough It Is for tIIs same reason tbd you are told ag in and again that Chamber lalnaCoUffh Remedy cnreg colds arid grip tbatar counteractst a iv tendency of thee diseases id result in pneumu nia and that it is pleasarit and safe to take 3or sale by Ha dons Drag Store DaHYlire Improves fipmethihg tike 100000 worth of iimroyemerits have been made 5n our town this summer This iincludes the largo buildings that pe riearing cpmplfaiipn at tlie D D Institution and the BJarris il4 iig pniThird street which is alsofabotit ready for the roof Thi4wil1 make that part of Third street one of tIle most attract ivt m Danville The Masons who are building their halloer fithe third story bf this strucfciirev Will have one of the best appointed and equipped lodge rooms in theSfcate The date utonev made by Mr S D VanSdlt and t put iiny place this eek in the east side of the tern pie is 1z very ex lln lieee Of wprk anti 1much admired by every odyAdvpcate Broke ntDEs louse s le Quinn of Oaverdiab Vt was lobbed ol his ousiomacy htaltb by invasion of Chronic- Const Ditlpir Wb a DrrKings Nwifo Pills broke iBlOJ1s hpns bis trouble ias rejand ow Ue entfrly curd guaranteEd to cure 25u ITbev JS BftydbnJs DrugStore- f fTft5trk I Sttpose tiieT of this qountty shotiId1ide toaiop tfmac plow indhanjE MR the Hoft fora year r whaj 6 lbe the result Misers may kpird their1 icipney and create a panic the miner m prohcoturer may close his factory and cut short the supply of some im pdrtant article of commerce the Oil king may plug the oil wells of the Urrtted States a d of tie world and in spite or all these calamities the fpedpfy would find some way to Mot along But let the farmers Pftjiis country go n a strike for a rand He what would happeuilEarlingtbnl Flee RaI Ten FeinT ill TlroPl i H- H While openingboxJ C MomaV ofThree Mile I3ayN Yraw a teiS pennjr sail through the fleshy part of hiS bind II thought at once pf all the pain and soreness tbfe would catie raehesay8r and immediately applied Obamberlairis Pain Balm and occaSopally Afterwards 7o ny sax priMfit removed ail pain and soreneiiS andthe injured parts Were ed For sale by Haydons Drop Sore ii Sale at FrclcrkksttWMn The sale of the personal propV erty of Mr George Reynolds took place at Fr rederickstown last Saturday A large number of peopled wars present and bid ding was lively Auctioneer TEddleman reports the sale as follows Set of Blacksmith tools j27 three year old work mule if89 threeyearoldwork mule 69 50 twoyear old work mule 8475 teny0ar o1d one Jl13 twoyear old black coit 106 sorrel mare S86 50 red cow and calf 3225 yearling heifer JIG engineandard feC1Sn remedy thaw11Ire1ieveS pain that will Deduce lw 1IfDthat will cure Sores better and quicker than DR CLASSES GEIJMAN PENlfi TR TING LnThtr It is reliable iIn anyandail compliinta in which a inioient or healing remedy is needed aoIdbY Wood Campbell Nitlce if QectM By virtuend in obedience to an order jindj writ ot election is sued by too Washington County Court iI will open and mold an election for the purpose of elect vug a fusiice of the Peace in Magisterialv District No 2 in Washington cOunty Kyt on Tuesdar Nov Bj 1903 Polls willt be reguladr opened and election held at the two voting precincts inlaid district on said daytByron Croake S V7 O Octiober 2 J903 I It Waac a SeeiA young lady who enfaJte largely In church and miNion work Was recently the moving spirit in some amateur jatrfcals whfch were got up in the Imtct est of a deserving local charity Tb entertainment was billed and leper jformance was duly giTn But some tbow or other no notice was taken of It In the local newspapers A few dtys later a friend met th young lid in question when the conversation turned to the theatricals Was the entertainment a success I hould Think It was replied tk lady with a smUe Why We got over 1100 Is that sol told the friend Tijett you must have bad a large audience Well noshe 1pledWe only took 150 at the door but father gave us a check for 100 if we would prom ba never t9 do it aaluSt Joseph Press Te FlallOil Year P tM1ta iAt bedtime having laSted since nQGll two girls whotwish to obtain sight Qt their future husbAnd bolt an egg which must be the first g ever UW by the hen in a pan U ivfiJci 0 alt has ever been boiled tjcfbre Having boiled it until It is hard they tlt Is twp with sonjethlnjr that hs ever been used as a knife before Each girl cats her half nod the shell toilt Ifft fragment speaking no word tbewblkj Then still Insilence they walk backward to bed to sleep perchaw te dreamMEnglIsh Folk byases Presekktg Praet SpetlbindcrYcs my frlewjs Hrii l vigilance Is the price ot Jlkerty B4 e your guard A word to the wlfcrts flclent ItutI NVoicedlece 1IeR iwd 1bncooen1 r r sty job on the ras 1pM r Young wonias 4 fiiWe41 se ilt i t at t Afi d = rU r1tp i alI pee w Saett 1JJ1 bsS that th practiseis t ikI t eIs hI4titisiptwaPcIdn lWhy5bow can thatSlu1t ieaclic them to take thought rbat they abafl irw rTown aw Corntrj TOILEfTiiffc T gfltlc ftI ont use aUbJUJtMilitf the skin Is oily i v JI JJotft Ufe iMiaotiU 1A tfc WtUirirtt rout applying a ON eseseajstdSLavender wait Jtt s ii itof jtaiifiitaA the compfcxioa if dabbedSSafter waahIg J l CJoBt se a ariiaL44iibet l lone that has qc IM1tiM aM bindyed bristles t i One droDodc sci cwItk rr four Uunei of dktilMt w sst ikQIZgO1OjQ5fOC Ia J Apply iHth aeu Jtspouge a 12 t1ra w 1 themcasetyojrsaprih ityom hiav bMafNT = trace Iut cud siaoke wtk esi f cream aM wipe G witi aidft wtJl AboteTjery 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M aaisseswa ttall the arta sad crafts II i 7 ther pcnoMl IrttISftStension ot usc5tsture dress ndiflthitef a play IJ oae =rsaaItyr Airwii liter home la abtisrsnp a ftltJ yeIoet it Ii ini sup Jlft 11MiaM beauty 4BdJr ifhiiib iitaJis ltime AwOawhosb faaii fJp the hoses aa out it wbo irliara espis LtksaIl iaSLwisdese haa 1La ct for her s5ml ip6JIUIRIS tmfelDT JJ LNable kiag esa55asIbjjjj a zorWd b7WoSShrpeia set The ciUvltalse or pJaceIItatbewerMyt JW iIMvlt oa J Jest as tolllaL 7 Iaw = ftWkJi cdaIb3S1 I lsiirdi4hser Y0t k1ItWkIWY1UIIILr itealy ue essfIU1Yk of Ieet7bOa t if = II akei J r 41al 1JaKry port brad i qsurea lcda M rJge1Iocuee lJ 4ibw WM CIMk S doMatly sii IaIa 1ctit 5baJwisegiase ihvrgbseseer JIsle a soap aiIfse aNseltto 1 MiiiaiI4lIV 1 T xtIa4o this b ji lad co wWitafci Sad Jat A pipse I ior malAr T WWa oT t erased tiwstAtli a aythth W 5 glasofak of vaall xtraet m X 1 yea wed AMMk JNKEHV tMpl Ia say osVs way ass 1ch4 cooktPWldIia 1 p WZ s1EuIh ri 0 fTIwMwsjIftfwWOt iWMtW Tba w i uNclaWitj JtJa s ftllMli y I peraoal or v ijPPs be s 11 sees pswito N1 dLSc wkttt H rPt 4ipcrb aMilt ow fWfn4 plea ipfsrtIi eie rt f i lo4hu a rts t VMtCSc taabissss tu dras table OI lase iVanti odors a aa a WIlae Maft7u ItG5IhI y d a tlj154A4- A pe f siosai t beat BMtiMd of athosesMisia5sPa twaterwhlte sea htt borax It tile b 4trty iti- thstn ps = ksbSI he ih J Tk1 stiha tilltto IW is- ti4ei eIuSrI S ttt1Stku eMlSSltbStIreQ ibe h t D4 r irSst a iii 8pingfieP j tIi my rw1 a netionercan sddresa Ibere or ieiworer- Witb Stfnavison Jr Trices lowaa anyone Oountry salts apd auctions a specialty SIM CAMPBELL Auctioneer i ic 71F ri A k1I1 fws DrK ij AT S AADVANQES1 p fi iijpsDGIEUKY J Ji 0 ViQNJ 1 iffJf It i miiJ iJJ 1 wot 1iS4 btS Ot14I1t c Mtft Jt 1II i1 i Jlr bN U QUUC111a8r L Issps ri Jtbwwk kaUowt tWrfet cub MK MipU I Urery of goods 4 I MTutd Ziade on liberal l y KdM 44 resolutions of respcct 8 tt t r flx1NT- a 25C h Ov 1IUII + fi f= 1 MWIWDAT OCTOBER 8 190- 1f II JLirtL j f il JFbr Circuit Judge 1i ir ji4gMtlieric0t to announce the II pAMJi PATTESON r 1dIt4 foe tb oaoorCircuit i Atkthe lif TeBth Ljudiciajl t1erOrHI1 poI fd 6fltbjB counties of r and Washing t DJI1ocrtidprlmry CieIt1is Aftocncy W M Mrtkorke4 to announce zLDWffAM f OMMI cMuity tfk camdfdate for the 1 AM jTcoawuiths Attorney MliMt i UM action of tJi4Demo mtti fwty fa this the eleventh JwMftel AbMct composed of the l iakntftt W WaaWagton iMarfon Qrift t e THr Circuit Clerk i Kfe aN aQcka to amnoance Mil F 1C CAMPBELL i M a aadiiiatt for tne pffce of Circuit Cterk Qt Washington county y y sbss ekctjen If elected will be MUtil tteofiee by Robe Noer j T Ii PoSta4eSenatorio j eIwe 11 atkodzedtoanoufl Jf ffARRY LANCASTER flCatiofi county u a candidate for 4jSI tk 4k of State Senator from lie iHi leaatirial dietrlct subject totbe aetifei al the Demoerad party For KepreienUtive V W N avUMrlxed to announce JinWILLIAM D OLAYBROOEfe M a viuklMate for the office s Jteyfueatatlve lntlie lower b Is tfJCeatttcky Leglalature from j wsaletbJcosilLt tIt 5t strange how two truth 7flItfyMWBptpers like theCour T MJOIIraal and the Louisville Bt ild will djtferin repotting I Udc1pnkIDC In telnng of f dot Btlknaps speech at Greens Iwrtr lob other day tk j Courier jjJiar1i correspoideht writes J vJit ot M BBeWciasPoke llere- day to a pretty gooa crowd- T Tki 6ourtliou b ingi8mall only a pariof them coild ketinsicet i V TMHetald ma4se4 inQie IScoi iili M ingher8fvrere over 2000 people to attend acd the tGthMiiim wa ubbo1nded You pi TOir money and takes you- riboceas5tpt jffhf chyoif believei rie State politifaal campaign iaraingupasthedaysgoby- Jiort apcakers are being put in- thaitW and the candidates for i JgQTtrnor are kept o the jump vi ssaiBiasssie ==5 Si i WANTED W would like to ask through tttka cQlumul of your papery if tktrc U any person who has 1l4 d Qrten a August Flower for the cure of Indigestion Py pep siai and IjverTroube9that has 1I0 t btfi curedand we also miean their isrulta such as sour Mo ach fermentation of food haWutl costivcness nervous dyfptpfi headaches deapon eetfliugs1eepiesnessin fact any trouble connected with rthS atomacb oc liver This Hidiciiha4Jbeen ibid for man v jatri irn all civilized countrie- aiiwii wUhto correspond wfth f I you and send you one of our I books free of coat If you never tnel August Flower try a 25 ott bottle first W0 h iYe never r known of its failing hso soaethiat more serious is the 1r ltiw with 7o25cent t iMa itSt ben introduced Ibis rr ReguTr sizb7 cents at 4 jraisfsG G Green a 2tj1i rde Ulyenlt Hem t Wk1l eavtg scar is DeWittoi 1 aeWitchUellapplied to d eyaaIve betDiWlttaWithHazc1E- f r 4We Ia ike enjyaalyc made that con nhii ike pure wadqlterated with 1 la jfajyther1tthHalSaveI- 1slsrM yeis IItiAa counterfeit I C eWlit eJid Witch Hzzera1ve4- Jtie1rtt Wltclllla Zalye lithe Miq JtJa wor1itfbrcutr bure rtlitter t blind bleedIng itch aiPA4cd1ig piles sId bye Jd Oijr IMjA iranafefc tttt afc gi O Qttra NfIN WWiiW iS News Fr0m The County I Happenings Among the County People v 1 11 I i 1 as Reported by our Correspondents j i fM lIsbor W E Snlherland sold some ntfiiperl Mesdames Will Harris and Sallie Elder who have been via Ttipg the family of T wSutfeer Jand have returned to their nome Anderson countytn 0 W Oder has sold his farm aridIcontemplates leaving our conv munity We regret Very much see him move from our vicin IIIIto as he 1 such a useful citizen It has fceeni through his untiring SunfdRYi been success ully carried on at our church throughout thayear News has beep received hereof the death of Cleye Dudgeon which sad event occurred in In dian Territory of typhoid fever Cleve formerly lived here and by his tender quiet and gertle die position made may friends whoe hearts were touched by the news 0fhis death He had only been there for a few months and hail a rasH Ion as clerk in a 4tore He was 19 years of age Ormsby Shewmaker left here last week for Hot Springs Ark where he has a position awaiting bimOrmsbyis a very bright and promisipg young man Hay ing been his teacher for three years we always found him a faithful and earLIest student cheerful and obedient and we are confideLb that he will give his employers entire sitisfac on He crries with him the best wishes of a large circle of friends Much sympathy is being er presse lhere for Caleb Powers and many believe him innocent while ifc seems to be the opinion of nearly alWhat the Governor would be doing right to commute thedeath sentence to liCe impris ccfrpspondentdpubts i goiity there are others deeper in the crime and We do not be lieve Powers should suffer ttje one gorreor two why not to all Everyone who had a hid in that foul murdershould bepunisheqtbe sooner the better and all alike F M Shewmaker made he following tock sales last week 20 head of 1200 pound cattle at 4 cents 10 head do pound butcher cat tie at 3 oftt and 20 200 pound hops at cents to Yankey Co 1 more for 110 and a 5 year ord horse for Sll5 to a Marten county alan atd a mule colt to cMakin of Nelson county for 75 Dovie Sggsis visiting Nel lie and Zelma Mcllvoy this week Mrs W E Sutherland iis vis- Iting friends and relatives in Anderson county this week P B Prather bought several calves from Jas Coulter Price unknown i The corn crop throughout this ccmmqnity is fairly good but none has yet been sold There has be nom talk of itstarting atS3 per barrerbnt the farmers refuse to engage their corn at tbatprice believing that It will gobigher f Thesevere drouth waS broken Sunday evening by a good rain Slock water bad become an ob jecVas Mayes creek was almost q 1tbat ahd famished springs have bee n greatly replenished The farm ers a e now ready to begin sow ing wheat and rye and the pros pectsjare a large a rage will be put m small grain Jt was announced that a pro tracted meeting was to begin here Sunday by Rev ID G Combs of Morehead Ky who ia theleading eyanpeHst of the Stated and all we eexp cling to hear some gopd preaching and haY a good meetvngbut we were BrojCOtnbsJnli off until spine future date r p Alarge crpwd from here were jh town Saturday afternoon to hear Hon J C Speight Ispealc wellsatisflediwith one of the best campaigners in I theState His speech was soS clear and lJogfcal that it was culated to make marly votes for the party j Rev T p Bard will preach at Glenn Creek church next Sun day Rev Bardiiis a n able preacher and we hope that a large crowd will be out to hear him It is likely that the church will employ him to preach for them next year providpd matters can be so arranged LnAC FENVVICK Mr Lon Barker bought B horse from Mr Will Thompsoni for 72 vr The Misses Cheatham ofWi liiburg werehere Saturday and Sunday j Mr and Mrs Ben Ford of Lebanon visited Mr Arznal Wai st nun4ay I Mr and Mrs Will Bdhannon of BradfordfjvilleV dre visiting relatiyesl here Mrs Mattie Shewmaker and daughter Annie visited her sis ter atTexasSundyr Mrs Mary Hughes of Willis burg was here Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Adams ott Monrde are vjsi ting their par entsatthis place Mr Jim Jones and wife visited the family otG W Adams Sun day I Mrs Diana Smith Mrs CljV Adams and daughter1bo aJ spent Sunday with Mrs Mag Nponan of your town M sses Mamie and Lena Bar her visited ttfeir sUter Mrs J U Harmon of JVlactc ville SundayS Mr Dennis McQrady turued to his home in Ireland after a visit to rnlatives here Miss Maggie Riley of Mack yule is vjsitiug her brother Lee Riley of tins place Mr Taylor Harmon bought a farm in Mariofi county known as the Spalding farm for 17000 Possession W be givi U Janudry ty r Berti lenid k bougbt of his sister Mrs Ejla Montgomery a house and Jot for 1450 Ourboysweut to Maud Sttirv duy and play ed a game of ball which resulted inascore f 13 to 11 in favor of our boys 1 Tf PuIIIarrf i One of the reael rs of he worthy NEWSLEADER wauted tto knov whatflwas thamatter with Pulliam nstbey did not hear from there anymore In answer to that question we will say that the writer has been on a visit to friends iu Boyle Lin coln and Casey cbuntiej The people in this vicinity have been blessed by a much needed rain jj j Mr John Bunn3 and wife 6f Willisburg were the guests of Mr George Royalty ot Cnaplint Sunday- Mr Walter Peirell and family werethe guests of James Mit chell and family Sunday Henry Scott and family were ofIN Gordon is going to con lJ his singing school at the Independent schoolhouse There were a number of his Tatham SpringsJriends out to see him Sunday afternoons I rRev a W Summers closed a revival meeting at Rockbriaga Baptist chinch Thursday As a result of this meeting 17 were IrlvBorn Sept 28 to he wife of Frank Hardin a tine boy JT N Gordon bought a farm of 115 acres froth J H Perkins at 22 50 per acre l aracamphRelieve CATAiRHRONCHffS Iii And all Throat Inflarrimatjons It Coots IIt Soothes IrCures rForgr J H Perkins and family J1t Gordon amlwife Uriah Keeling and George Barker were the guests of Elish Keeling and family Thprsdayj BornTo the wife of Mr Jobn Dennis a boy Weare not able to Rive date of birth William Oweng and his rniotnUiN will leave Monday for Blandin ville Ill to visit friends anpr relatives Mrs Flora Keeling Qas re turned from a visit to friends land relatives in Illinois ji We haye been iuformed by a reader df the NEWSLEADER 01i UticaHKas that this paper af fords him muchpleasure and isi almost like a visit to Washington cquoty Ion t you wanV the NEWS EADER too If you do send ljand your name h arid ad Ldress to the editor You wi- lneerreretit i t MOORESVILLE r Messrs Richard Cheatfyam Logan Boblit and D Li Plum phrey are nil dovrn wifh typhoidI fever f Mr and Mrs Logan Sh han are both still very sick Peter Barlow is sick with something likp malarial fever There was alarge crowd out toNew Hope church last Sundav to hear Revf B F Adlrins preach Mr B ESetU will remove to Louisville aboutplTovember 1st Mr James Wall basrenled his farm to M r Wash Montgomery or 4QYEJe will remove to Springneld sometime in Decem ber Halso sold a tract of land reontaininj 21 acres im- prordto Mrs Susan A Coaley for SOD She sold heir f nm containing 14 ac es to H B Offutt for S OQc Posession given January 1st 1903 A good rain fell last Sunday and Sunday night Fa rmrs wil- lcommencEseedthat once Ernest GoaUey and Kinch Bishop were over neafrEarJy Times to rent a farm Ji Dave Crouch Was in our midst last Monday on legal business John Haysfr passed tlivougb here Jlast Monday eu route t16 Louisville Abput all of the tobacco iis housed arid a very goodjcrop has beenTais d Miss Pearl Lynch of Spilngi ffield Visited Miss LeliaWaH lasti Sunday EJ Gregory of Polin was in our midstt Jast Mot day and Tuesi diy j I f James Bishop apd Joe GpatleV rdrtoWflaftf Miss Bettie Reed of Woodlawti and Miss Cordia Woford of Chap lin are yisitingMr WiflSweGhey thlswe kjMahbpn Dickerson and Jessie Crume of WoodIII Vn wefejn our midst Sunday For a pleasantl uhyslc tako Ghan berlains Stomach and Liver fabiotf Easy to take Pleasant in effect F0r sate by Haydons Drur Stor 7 NasalI CATARRH In Its eU ts there thocld bo clconhaeto lye Cream Balmil- cJuwMioothesanrtbeeli ilio dUeied ntemiirane It enroll catotrh and drives away a jolJ It tho head unlckly j Cream Balm II plaee Hato the ocatrile epreidi 6Tor ho ajezabnne and Is absorbed JUHef rm medliU and a euro follows It is not drying Ulf opt jrodace tnoczin Large Size cute at Drp riiti or by mall Trial ccnls by 7I 1I70Tinms M Vlrcntci ll DieliDE InYiies PiS3ITOcuredysppsIaor indigestion is no longer necessary to live on in Ik and toast StarVatipn produces Biich Weakness that the wjiole system c comesau easy prey todis04se Kocloi Dyspcbsia Cure enables the stomach fSeiinpatefS onccarce to eat and is a never falling euro for indirection t Dyspepsia and all stomach troublea Kodol digests what you atinakcs the stomach sweet Sold by O J Hay nIGa ned PortyPoulls jnT1rtyBay For several months our ybunger brother had been troubled with indii gestion He tried several remedies iut Jot no benefit from them We purchased same of Oiiambertaius Stomach and Liver Tablets and he bolnmcnced taking them Insitlo of thirty days ho bad gained forty pounds in flesh Hejiai poxv fully recovered We haiyp a good trade oci the Tablets Holley Uros Merchants fJhong Brunch Mo For sale by Haydcm 8 Drag Store IS I LDWLLG VRUPPEPSlCUftt N1I i Like the runniitgbrqok the red blood that flows through he wins has to come from t somewhere The springs of red bloodare found jin the soft core cf the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also epmfcs rom thel spleen Healthy bone marrow ancl healthy spleen aiefullof fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding thej bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all tats the pure cod liver oil Fqr pale school gi1s and inva jdS and for taUt whose blood iisi thin and baie Scotts Emulsion is a leaaitndrich blood fppd It not only feeds the bloooVmakingj organs but gives hem strength to do their proper work l rSend for late siro pis SCOTT EOUXlij ChcIsts rt Strict r Jt KewYorfc soc ltoo oil prceufi iS 5f HAL TREATMNT1 Some Suffffseiicma For pccoraticn Frotnt on tnRllsLi Stanilpoint In thy overage hpmethe hall receives but scantattqntlon so far as decoration is concerned tasteful ornamentation being reserved for tl e siting rooms while the entrance ctirinbqris compar atively speaking negcctti1t in this gard saysan Fnglish journal It must honestly be adItteloweTer that the ordinary narrow hall does not permit of very liiuch furniture befog put into it and is difficult to make anything fof from a picturesque point of view Nevertheless I maintain that even the mOst rnmmniinlnr hill Can IIP hpniit fled at little expense only the Idea and taste pre there to give instigation to pretty plans I It would be possible to work a won dcrf ul revolution In a commonplace hall by laiocUing down one ojt the piido walls and throwing the bnlfnI1d ad I IDCOLTIO nIthnnning though l be iin result is nor one likely to be gneralJyfolTowcd for many and obvpus reasons wherefore let us seek for n more generally prac tical Idea for copcrtinfe the commonS place Into the pietures uei eJpIh1I fashioned drpsseil stained Ulacl oiik 9111 set out 1tbvIJlc tiiu ctvckery and quaint Jws UUdvjiseis pnd In the huddle n bowl flowerpot of beatqn brass Jj Ah uijibreUa stand jtnlgb be con trived at 6nc fend of the dresser the farthest from the trout dP9r Cot pref erence by attaclilrig to ittf rounded piece of brass ajjainstt vltlck to test the umbrellas anti provklinga japanned trough below I AgalasttiiewaIl on the farther sldq of the drusser afcarved oakbilt and coat rack should be hung dnd If therq Is space In tlielnill for acarVed oau chair so much the Uctfeh Oak stained shelves for books or old china might In view Nof econoinlzlnjj tlljdressertllj Illustration Vall Touch V Many a housewife is soreljiricdT the unsightly sports on her newly pr pored walls caused by tlfouKutlcsS pei sons tilting their cljalrs lack ondlea lug their heads against tjie walls Sea eml years ago webbughjt iialf a doze fancy towels for the cypress purposb of ba gig on the walls Ia protect sue aces a5 were uiosl liable tolbe selec ed by the clal sof people nboerete red to We crocheted u Ijoop at the tw Coruera on oiie slde of the towtana to the vnn with tact jastenedl loops npd we are a when rouanglug to rt place the tCks in the holes first wad so as tg not further mar thS wiLL- 11nveuse1 We these towqlsi n thewalls f our sitting room con nntly for tei yeaia taking1 1oJut f19 in twb to fdi r times a year tff laHiider iind a c thin the towels give the rqom ia tidy dres cd11p fippotrnnce that i very plea r Injr boaldM savjug all lthC worry faboi f soiled puJ3tr4BcIflthg tLondon jVc jnchs Club The biggest wihiens spcfal orgauiz i finn In the mJrJp pvobatjly is theji dhV ATmyfand Navy ciub of Lphdoi which imi a nicmbars Ip of 350 Those eligible ttp uiQuiboslilp are itiie nor relatioaa of men whO holder ha e held couinilBsJons iu the Britlshi rvrui oriaavj Tills lirgestt and wealthlfsb oCnowns club hasftn inntiftl rtv cnue fron thea ijone df fepOO d r v Ihg aiso a jcarjy Income of 20C 30 frornji the rpntijl Of badrpoina to mq ri bera nod 1 1060 from profits on ta rcstauriht It is snfd that4t has a sap pIn oier nil runninG a cuaCs ot t r 9acar 1L r1al2tSjinh1An old says tlat Jitltriputcd the oil the miser the vljnepur and tjhe wise jtiian pepper nUlL It whIle a rajidiiian mixed the vlitle- Tl s tory ghcit fait lilnn nf thritrjt the lIdeal salad Is constructed Ttiejoll intst be used freely tile vinegar spar lugly jaul the salt and pepper ot Other cOiidIicnts vISCr Three fAVitnennKl fuls of oil to one of vinegar1 is th6 joportion usually given for tiIesoJngrdl l1 cuts put much depends on thcsttentlt4i 1itf fFnrntn JInJ allure dp not make tli jnlstakeof juajin I Take Laxative Bromo QUInMTMeS tr = bus saM psi I a nII siastu iJ Iv jii wti iijwiiitwwiiIi wWii iMMiIi iiila I Te 1 Farmots Snpplyijie rJ l1 1 I 1 a 3 cIF t t PI fTHOMPSON OfiEEH t zt i i iYlt 4- Is l Jt the place to go with your producti J3i1ftfl get your Supply of v F FIELD SEEDS tsq W A iOf all kinds Agents fQr OLD EiCK0R WAGONS 1I nd for the 3elebratedV J t EEtWOoD STEEL WIRE FENOES t l Our line of buggies for the Spring ra3ai ii beging to jlj arrive and is more elaborate than ever i COAL inanY Quantity at Lowest Priced itAL tt THOMPSON GREEN 1 SPRJNGFIELD sf r KNI lei M M M UMqI I 0 JIr I I Iour riverIs it acting well Bowels regular Digestionod If not tempmber Ayers Pills Ifhe kind you have known til VOlir life JCA7CTCaX ireU U Want your moustache or bear a beautiful brown orrkhbteck LIes iBUGKINGHAMS DYE mrr ct omtraaiBT BpnAHco1MrT 5 too mucn in most cases ui little jnu go a long way Do not puf the oil of polish dirccfly nppn the wood BatUet put It on a cloth in strictly limited quantities A soft woolen cloth plenty of rubbIng and n niixttire of three ia blospobnfuls of llliisecd oil with one ta blospooriful ofjlrfegar will make a ma Iigany table shnp like a mirror FASHION TN SPEECH Sorae Word Goi out of Fa Tor aaiI Witt Their War sack The iIdstory of tho race Is writteri In the wOrth It use AS we grow and change so out language grows and changes Mr Le4n Ueadin his book Word Coinage points out that some words go out of fashion and rome backs like tan Shoes and wide rimmed hats although the change In words Is much slower thai the change Ja dress In SicnscrsdbY forestall ain1 scntbes askance embellish and dapper1 were tfit considered good but they hare since gained respectability and won their Inc m the language The seventeenth century regarded as obsolete a number of Chaueprs vords tapherc1Jllthctiliero One by one these words came toilife again antl walk the pages of our Httfraturc in full vitality Other words now indispensable which the seven teenth century rejected are Jplunjage Utn cstryuUssu hdget tren chant resource villainy thrill YcJpdovctaU Bacon did not have the good Word encjclopedla but used the heavy equivalent circle llearning Fulke the sixteenth ceirtury author who wrote A befcnse of the Sincere and True Transhitlpns ot 1J4tHoUe Scriptures Into tub ng ish Tang did not admit joeopliyte hojiilcldo fscandal destructidn tnnict des Ica lehrationQIu Another book published in 1C5S puts the stamp of censure on obliquel Jadinnt 0 dope tin caVess amohlblous1 hon zontal conceae articulate desti nutlpn comuensate complicated aulslndventitIquLI It is hard to trace the history of a fashion in words Seldom do W have the precise rocdrd that Chesterield furtnlshqsusln ailetter In which no says that he was prseiitntthebtrth of the word flirtation on tha lips of a Ieaull liful woman Evea with that record we cannot tell why flirtation remain ed iii the language and was pot drOpS ped like hundred of other ssw coin j ragesJ Qnlte Fast First OirJ Those stockings ire iQvely color Are thhy fast SDCond Qirlr If yoir laid aeehme yce terdjiy when II met ii cow you would not have asked that qucationflousta vost Some rtRnld Unc4e Eberlnput In weeks prayMi ton rain nnV den Slcklcos to fut For sl tit Ma Iu fteld81 t l CARLOAD- IowaI aM-d rbrasl8nO t 1 7 NowoNsAjsE ffi l Extra good heavy Tboned Homes suitable for Draft Farm Work I and Driving Purposes r t vtrnoffromin l av4Lochet sat sfaC tibhand are acknow edf d to o th best draft and driving horses iri the We t lckinweigh from I20O to 1400 llbs r rf j We have soW several car loads 1In aikl around Lexington Ky and they are brktngout nicelyl and giving general satisfa tWfW Will OJe in charge of u L1CSILERCO1 TO TEXAS fOfl53HX tr Special Low Rite tctrfM Octtt ber2Otk On October 20th 19pf pcoltf Home eekers eagcuwio tickett will oe scId from pojfttii oatht LN HI R to pontsia Ar k nsirs LptUikna iid Texaa bjr way of Mefiphis ai4tbet Cotton Belt Route at rate ot18 for tbt roundtrip stopovers allowed after rftchjag the Cottow BtUt Route good for etura wltbin 21 days from datof sali This willJeoppdrtumity forI vIsipgthe great Southwest at very low cost a chaBc to Me your friends and look up a toes ion or pick outa lQait whileS jr lands arp still cbelpt Vf 0t literature descriptive of the country along the COttta tItRoute and for full infofmatibn IaSi regard to tickits routes ilaoof trains ctc L pSCHABPBR Travellin ipl8 Ag eQtt Cotkat Belt Route 410 Traction Bldf Cincinnati Ohio T Car dIaSJs DIy Takk laxitiyeBrMtd Qmtaf1 Iitlets All dwestszstseieaoae- It falls tocwe L vf Givsa sig J latlfrc oeackoxY24 oIes Kidiiyir- n IiIIt DeWltt1bwJsreIitw wt JJJLiIiJJ= J IW ss J ad- lIISAaI WltdtIBoeI = LflUITSIIa SkTJ1kE 5b4 t rv= I sA4YEIJilt CrtI 1j s J k aA rf F t ILiinO 1i1 1c- owsbs d 41d1aI a 1 1I 4 tfIirt r 5Aii i- sDirtgaresattrtp WbSdII aMebIestoIoes oCths- bic cUs a tr ride all tSwsa t awro brothe and propagates Tbe o- fpeWvsgeity every thfs lMrc er iaA wH tkiac W dally ivot wWHtU whit ass tbe was bS tbr id4 set at sorts o pd ieig a iook fig I It was 5tN laS t tk coloisd XMD ha46S say atipt at jMO inc at iri tb yard of W s ijt I b Yesta wb1vataYkLn A wed d ceaM bs M fry Iatr1cIar p siilt- k lahow toen sal use It so i tb It Wssr-WI ee so tb bS1 Ln- s1 ib- sab d ao y35 all k oCfniits sd ew Is genus nu attK b i- bosse isghb Wbes eeUSI1- eris bwto as the aI aasdId1sICtb M ebsaM lb guideli dISJM t ppi Ye Imlw At bdiaw bsT15 M t79 rb wko iriph to obtain g their fatWe bIha wbkk si be tbib7thiN Ia a pa Is wwcbi sa kM if Lisa bulled kwfoak be1lWthN ft- tt t aMjbgLerbsltsdtbIW fraiuwt ThsSt iIk bid 511- 15b4isaarI i P4 fwx sam no MV IMntfK Jt i w ts- dss Sir IS1Ib- aiS s J t i DKJMJ BURTON IflSSIDINT DMTlfc- Tfllfll 9 d 7 EXTRACTED J uT PAIN iI IA EasjIlkpM1N iI IRINGpttpxY- r f Al tt kltri l FIIJLJ tpR dJc LAMPION i OPICKYoowlM WL 5 JISIOOlI flIUIIILD3LY Dr iMfcarts ior t Irurn vsr nopbi Dtppsit pi oisbsrs12io2pa WF GRiaSBY AI JftrYAT1 LAW OH SPSrPOSJ xr 1 JtEt ESTATE orbY7 jMtot 4 Ylnta AjeiU We Mw Ut MIT currefor sale the JailMrtef McrilM4 fwperty wxtly J iii WMM wa cMwty a complete- iiriti yof tki property wtatt Mik i te41ant t iS lHMM uii fccfttt4 en the pike if t mlk JMW frtBffteld Ky t tn ria twelllMf B ba- I1JSecterdf Price 30 4IcnM Mrc fttm MTcn lies from IIlIiijll jMBXtkc pike Jill tnblfh is tyatlelI tl1JJTaII WliISTd Rrke 3250 per acre H acrer4 a1leefro prittgI feM WMU tkc fike Miall bouse and amm lJi iacre if creek 1IottOWl rke ISI pi1cre 1Gacrc faraHYe11 miles from prtecH o tee UttTe Beech 30 acru tL Iwitow laai coo Improve jMilUff every kiiKL Price 130 per I aut jet acre Jam Ixd half miles frew prUffteUlM the pike rood IdkfMtMKMts of erery kind land all isiftWsiateW emltivatWn 20 acres l ft l creek Wtte Price 130 per 1 crefara net ftornSpring 41 ia tr Ute pIke good house aid 4bT itMa tlyim gras Price t It1cacrL JM acre lara two miles from frUtiei i Ute pike well fenced ioawMvs4 alt im klgk state of cul HTttHulaywell Price 3peracre m acnMn frwm 8prlngr Jtli2 pilM from Loretto Good br iO acres of bott Price Htft j3s acre ana tkre miles from SwiMfAeUl wtar tbepkeOdthe jOMMkkyBMi farm all lays well and is Vtllie c i aai watered good bouse L 1 1afr firm eigbi miles fr mJJ yriictfoi f4 four room house gtM ftecicuA Utocco barn pleqty el MHl tolBftccp laud Ptlceit2250 Y Kre Js KMfan He half mile from jtowBVitcflj Ii ffniM plenty of good 1 1Clai itiir room house stock a tcc wra ffacre farm OC half mile from rrivfffeU all Ucraw first class 1mj I4seM oi every kind gpcd 1 elhri0 Macre icaU lays welt ndn- nj4 i te Dice seven room J Jtocfc barnS be large cWbiri zdl all other outbuild JIriM per acre J acre ftace onehalf mile from wm vice svall kowe and barn milk t k wea tcarriage home Price 200- I l aeiHH ft foe4 unimproved land iSU tiefrop Sprimgfield mostly In gras Price 40 per acre 1I cre Sam six sUes from Spring leld y ifl fIN plenty of good toHcctJmfew room dwelling and c1good eefaH tobacco bars Price Jtittracje 14 acre far located four oiyes frm UfieW with good botoe t tacc MtJI Ud outbuildings all fstdjfiusAweU fenced and watered PricrWf per acre 7 fill Wwhlniten County v fmrm For Sale i The tara kiown as the Sam Mcmt oioery farm Jy Jng on tht v BefcbPorir 2 miiefc from Texas avd 6 ils from Springtield and now btk KintT to l ebeilsol SalTarnelul Jrhia fara iUi well located about jaUefrcMa load pike cbntaios tbo t2eo crt oflnd 75 acres V fci cuttTtkHii 5 T crHof tint cfeM tl zber awl the remainder f WgrMB t ltI coeaforUble dwe11in fcM o i WOES and is wellsup t Jj AwiW Her failing water li tTriMJt tx niiblij Forfurher J t apply to I r ervvkNeikirk MtsAgents- r Springfield K ic1t yspf t1eiWSftte goin r t tVw otic salt Ill do tha l AI GIIJIafIII fI L AMPLLJ r trL1 peAuCtioIt w- c oo irefi lIJOWN r itNit iTheit All AboutYoujrstir Friends fIr ad Acquaintances I RftftftRRftI tf H H HOED Mr M HJOi4 haspurchaedI the interest of Will Ibe butcher shop aud be and Walker Bond wiir continue the businets atthe same oldetand Mr Tf Montgomery l and Mrs Maggie Thompson of this county were married Tuesday in Louisville Botb ire Well nown and popular hereTlie NEWS IE ACER extends congratula II0DI f I desire to thank the people for the past patronage and to say thatlHun ready to conductpub lic sales at reasonable prioRS Address me by mail or by tele phone at Texas Ky GOL R E WHAYNE The many friends of Mr WF iGrigsby will be sorry to learn that he does not show any tnt provementin ba cprdiuoiv He has been down with typhoid fever for some time and while his con- ditiOn at present is note alarming tie is considered a very Sckman The property 6f Mr and Mrs WIT McElroy consisting of about 270 acres including the eld bottle place and a new cottage on the R A McElroy tract ha- stnsold tc R Eardin McElroy andE S Mayes Jr The price is not amhoritively given out but is said to Be 55 per acre Mr Mayes we understand is live on the place 11 SM Campbell reports Ear rodsburv pourt as being largely attended and made the following sales on the street 4 short 2 yearold cattle 3 cents pr pound 9 short yearlings 1850 each 12 2yearold feeds at 3 3541 extra milk cow aroTcalf S40l common cow and calf 25 cow and calf 118 cow and calf 4975 1year old gelding 89 yearold mare 188 and 1 rubber tire buggy almost new 50 Plug horses sp d from 10 to 40 and sold lots Of old buggies and wagons An important sale of farm property took place last week yrhen Jofrn H rowne sbldt his t rm in the Pleasant Groye neighborhood to Mr Cal Shew maker The farm has been in possession of Mr Brow e for many years and is considered to be one of thebest in Washington 1Cper acre and the place contair 210 acres of tine land all of which is available for cultivation Mr Brown has not yet decided what he will do but will proba bly buy a smaller home elsewhere It is to be hoped that he with his family will conclude to remain in this county as the community can ill afford to lose any such good citizens The Washington county court of claims Ism session at the court house all of the magis trates being present The only important matter aside from the rWular routine business brought up was the question of an appro priation for the bridge across EfcecbForkat Maud The bridge iHs estimated would cost 8000 ahd NelAon county authoriies have already signlfiel their willingness to subscribe their share jjof ithe expense The tletwaS put before th e magi ates here Tuesday but ihe measure wjas defeated by a vote of four to two Peopleiving in ithe vicinity of the proposed bridge are greatly disappointed oyer the failure of the projecti s they claim that the bridge would be of great benefit to that part of the county Speight Speaks According to appointment the Bonorabte JesMe C Speight can didateonthe Republican ticketI for Secretary of State appeared at the Court House hero on llast Saturday afternron and made a speech on theissues of the State campaign Mr Speight was in troduced by Mr George Cqlvi inn t little speech in which he touched njJ the IJeimocraUc party and its administration of a5Uiir Iii the state of Kentucky TOPICS t nnftRnftnmnftnn i manner Mr SpeiliI for about two held the attention of his audience throughout Be has a Very effective way of presenting arguments and he scored a good many hits on I4r Beckham and other Democratic leaders Mr Speight I k pt his fearers in a good humor pOints1Iministration were damaging thc speaker said nothiiig at Which the most partisan DemocratI could takeoffense Mr Speignt I is one of the most effective cam paign speakers heard here for slprifotime f wiiiiAM M DURHETTDEAD The news of the death of Mr William M Durreti at his home near bpdngfield while not un jepcpectedi Was La sad announce enttOhis many friends and adjolning1counties weeks ago and although a man of strong constitution finally suc cumbed to the ravages of that dread disease in spite of all that medical skill and careful nursing could accomplish Mr Durretsi was born in Nellh son county on the fourth day of March 1801 or the day on which Abraham Lincoln was inaugu rated President of the United Stafes iEe wasja sofa of William and Elizabetb Dnrrett He was reared on alarm and as he grew tt manhood and later achieved successTia that occupation 1 Mr Durrett married Mary Lizzie Wakefield of Nelson county vrnb with two sons the oldest 13 years of ale survives About two years ago Mr purJ rett sold his farm in Nelson andC moved with his i n1ytothis county after having purchased of M L Searcy the farm kuown as the Elias Brown farm aoput 2 miles from Springfield Ee and his wifo at once became popular in the commjnity and Mr Dur ret weLt afceaa with that pus4t1 and tnergy which was character- istici of hiinand greatly improve i IIstockII of the most progressive farmers in he community He was a man of fine judgment concerning matters pertaining to his occuj patio and was on the bigh roadI to success He was a manof un questioned integrity and hon est fine mOl 01 character and a hightoned Christian gunttetnan Ee was a member of the Presby teriau church of this xplaceV he and his wife having transferred their membership from their church in Nelson county Besides his ovn immediate family the deceased is strrvivefl by the foi lo wing brothers and sisters = J R andJohn C Durrett Bljom field s S Durjott Shelby vilie Mrs J MMayes Columbia S C andMr8 J R Claybrooko of this place The remains weie taken to Big Sprmj Nelson county ifpr interment A short service- which was llargely attended by Washington county people was held at the home on Tuesday afternoon at which Rev Patter son officiated Rev Strickland or the prmgfierdch rch being too ill to be present he follow ing morning the remains accom panied by a procession of fiends and relatives were taker to BleomfieU and buried in the old family burying ground at Bigl Spring Miss Florence Dynes DesInI pitt bUg Miss Florence Hynes known here is dead in Pittsbur Miss Hynes was the daughter of Dr s11townfather was a S1Yi known pby onfinwas beJQre br marriage Miss Mary 5yh daughter of Dr James Blyth onp of the presi dents of Transylvania Uuivirsity and later of Panoyer College Indiana i Miss Hynes after herfathers death qamo to Louisville whereS she pade her home ltlj sister Mrs EP Wilson until tie latters death and here she became widely known as a children Lat4i the schools of Miss tteaCberOfOU Miss Noli f 1 rtfeper dOility an abounding vitality ftJjj f Present statistics shpwjhat there is a wonderful increase I m the number ofLpeople wh goot5 Boston The Hub for in stance there are more people wearing Specs there than in 3 any other city of its size Where learning and progress Iarer you win find the most 5 paople wearing Glasses Are ou going to stay behind till 3 you have to have them and then maybe find you have wait rd too long that some small trouble has grown ont till Glasses wont remedy it If You Dont Need ein f f j WTeli You I lj CF RUSSELL Main St Springfieldi Ky vw and vivacity s warm heart a refined taste auClan original wit aDd wih these she made many friends For several years she bad spent most of her time with a cousin in Pittsburg where sevetajl weeks ago she was taken ill Qougesiion of the brain was herIwhere she had near relatives CourierJournaL l Miss Florence Hynes tns well known in Springfield where she has relatives and where she lived for some time She left here about four years ago Teachers Association f The Fourth Congressional Teachers Association will meet at Horse Cave on October 16 17 A splendid program will be ien dered ThrewiIl be free enter tainment for the tteachers and friends attending while at Horse Cave A side trip has been MammothJday afternoon and reurning home on Sunday Those desiring SaturdayAll ad one ttnrd fare for the round- trip Train leaves Springfield at S30 Friday morning and re turn Sundav evening at 835 We qxtend Jt cordial invitation to cyety one mteresed in educa tion to go with us Please Writo us iCyu coutemplae going in Border that we nay make arrange to It for your entertainment J V BUSH J Parrn ForSale I have for sale my farm located on the Btechland and Lincoln Run turnpike 6 miles from Springfield and 2t miles from Vallev Hill stotioij The farm contains 118 acres of good land ridIng 50 acres of first class tobacWlandl It is yell improved with good 4 room duelling house tobacco jarn etc For further information nail on or address AB VYafr RFJNo 1 Springfield Ky for Ret I desire tto rent my pace eon tainiag 83 acres of land Sediflg possession given at once For further particulars inquire at th isofficeior Mrs M A Hennesseyj Springfield Ky Farm Wanted I wish to rent a good farm of about 200 acres for which Iwill either pay money rent or give one half crpps and stock Ref erences either bank if Springfield i HENRY WHITEMAN V i Sprifegfield Ky STATEMENT PIRE FARMERS DANk of MACkVILLE Ilt the close of business September 30th 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 44 255 42 Overdrafts unsecured 746 74 Due from National Banks 5020 21u Due from State Banks 779 00I983ICurrent Expenses L 834 71 Cash ui 4 J723 27 Total 4 55G299 27 i LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 7d0 00 Undivided Profit 270C 23 Deposits L v 33200 58 Deposits bearing interest liOW 00 Due National Banks J878 60 Due State Banks 2773 86 Total JoO299 27 I J WSallee cashier of theaiove named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge anc1 belief J W SALLEE Cashier Subsferibed and sworn to before me this the 1st of October 1 THOS J GRAVE N P C AI0Do ABears Signature cf r Tba HaAways loapt J r dV jWIiiILiw iwWiiili itt i i lw jV M LadJesG1oaks and nits I t s Its a well known fact fchut we aite 1 i ii lendcxs iu these linns t nd out Fall E- ii StpokjustiMSeived fully sustalrls this reputation Wa have the Natest styles 1flj l the lal est C1oth 1aui Cordially llVlte Pu to call j earjand inspect ouritok fa w 1 I Give 11 aiittle of Your Time 16 eW0 donfrask yojPo Buy 1es YOM areeonyinceffjthat our gbos a are all that we um fot tHem 3 We tire daily receiving go Sflftoin the market where oui bjiyi ftIIII- a been for the past ten days selectin the choice things in idress gbodsiv Eaaid our aim to pleaser1 fI ROBERTS N BROS oj lm Ift 3 Ifilm w i mmln a IiiQiiiDL9I OFFICEIxzAflT Buitiu Pflrraanently located J SPRNGFEtJDYCNAL Mr HM Moss jis in Lexing ton thlBweekI Mr S M Campbell wentlb Louisvile hs morning x iiMr JA BJontware Vas in lkU isville Friday on siness Mr Henry c1slniLQ hyi11eSaturda attd nay Mr Wt H Qmith ui Louisville visited relaiiver here this week Messrs jo4 and Spaldingi 51week51 Friday levening fcom a trip to JMrJ have returned rum a trip toi New York Dr Glenn Wool has rej tblBalJJ j tbl t West Point Sjmddy ho seo lL sjoldier boys J J 1iI Laura Deters of 03mstead th4t4ftheMr anti Mr Fin ey Scruggs have returned from a Michigan health resjrt Mr Ben Edelen and little daughter of Birmingham Ala are hero this week campbellLouis vjlle last week DJr N Shehan of Maud appear d before the Court of Claims here Tuesday if ev G A Strickland iff quite sick from the effect of a carbuncle and has baen unabe to leave his room for more than a week Mr and Mrs Thos Medley visited the enbampment1at West Point Tuesday They sa drill if the Springfield boys and re port them as having a good time Farms for salt i We have a umber of good farms for sale at reasonable prices All persons having real estate forsale br desiring to purchase will fir d it to their advan taga to give pa a call Prompt personal arjention given tQ all J business pluceil in oOr uiands Searcy tteikirkJleal Es atd Agents SpjpjjBeld Ky Op cV over Robertson BroStf ittD S an cxstcncc iIsjos what any nairibtrof people are doing tncy jcairccly eer have a well dayrill RnO coraplainatl alt times They are treated by th family physicifn and possibly baveius ed numerous remedies yet tney do opt get will To aji ouch per onsGA Yr UBA U ejspecfally rer onmendel fojr the chartcea are large y the sole cause of their tjouble is from disordered kidneye if so GAY TJ3A isthe teatdy Sdld VW6od Campbell Noticje To Taxpayers All taxpayers tit Washington couhtyare hereby notified that taxes for the year 1903i rio now due and prompt setlement of same is requeslel Also all per- Sons owing back taxes wIll taito notice that if same are not set tied at once they will be proceeded againiit by law BYRON CROAM Sheriff of Washington Qountx tr ni c lection Can a A pfe titb signed by more than twenty qt alifidd voters of the Mac vi 1e voting precinct No6 of Wash gton county having been filed iin thgGounty Court of said county more than 6Q days before thu regular November election 1 03 askmg a submission of t me question wheth r stock sb lbe permitted toJ run tit large iin said voting precinct and the fiscal court having directed th s day that the vote upon said question shall be taken by voting precinctit is ordered that the Shefitt of Washingtion counts all open a poll at the next regular election held in said voting precinct to wit on No vember Si 19D3 to ascertain the wish of the voters bf said voting precinct upon the question whether or noV they wish stock Itornnat llarsein said voting adyertiseithesame Jf v Copy Attest rW iF BOOKER Cur In ofaediencei ito the above or der I her byjiyej notice to the votersJth4 Mackvillo precinct No 6 t1t the flplls willfbe ipen ron the 34 day of November and the votq taken upon tbequestion as to wh etber or not they wish stock tc rein at large in nila votiig jrecinct This October 6 J903Ij v V B RON PROAKES W C cAST RIIArorilnfanUjmi CHldrti m lKln VHlyf Alwajs Iiigkl- Bmarse f1gtt4O f for Sale A hpise and lot situated on the Sprjqgfield and Bloom field turnpik two and pnelialfl miles trom Springfield For further particulars address follie Dbrsey Adm x Bardstoxvn Ky GnreYorDysvcI I had Dyspepsia in its worst form ay 0 felt miserable most all of the tImeD d not enjoy eating uhtil softer usedK dol pyspedsia Cue whIch completely cared meMra iyYw Saylpr Hailard Pa No appetltV loti of tjtrer jpth n rvonsnesa head chc constipation badbtcath sour risings indfgest t on dyeocpsfa and all stomach troubles are quickly ured by the nse of Kodo Kokol represents the nat ural juiii tStf digestion combined with the greatest known tome and recon structive properties It cleanses pit rifics an iaw eteps tie temch Sold by C J Hay don 1l8DOLL ABS Filom LOUISVILLE I 1iax1itSiArkansas Oklahoma and Indian Territory Points and Return VIA THE POPULAR HNDERSONROUT r DATE OI SALE OCTOBER J2Qi19Q3f1 RETURN LIMIT 21 DAYS Ask usfor informationlot pM WQMACK G L QARRTT Citj Pasrgt alIF4- TL 11 IRWIN eneral l PassengerAgent LctJisviLE KYI EarlY 1t111k ismuss ttIsplNst I AysM1ii4 Aglic Cure wS A positive f bilkjuft feyef Smalaria chills and fever mtltrffi poIonrngma1ana1 debility jjt dyspepsia dujnb ague JAtIL i IT t = 7f J eB fNew SSeasonable GGoods 1 t c t ATf YJ t Cunninghumg DoncaAss 11 ffii A great variety oi DressfGoods in black and fanny f ts Zibelines Black anti GolorIkT I Cheviots Mixed Suitingsj J Blackand1 Colored Broad I f i J tCloths all colors of Tricots Iif Newest Thugs in astllgsg 1 dr it t f Jt r WQmQIiJ MIsses and Ctil 1 i r v drens Cloaks Lathes Dress i pv Skirts t in newest stales v a C r great Bssortinent 01 Pres8- tirnthingsan i lJDpess buttcms tfi Onrtoq of Und erw arantliilfurnishings aife More cpfnfc ifpiete than ever before tIJf t W SHOES t tWe are better quippid in footwei frb than any previous season Wefgell J IAZtt the following celebrated tnktei KrippendorfDittinan Co Ladie8 flfl J Shoes This firm sets the styles all yr others follow V A f In Mens Fine Shoes we handle tfw Marinss Mfg Coand M A Co rs We guarantee Pa packaIKid and pat Colt None Inone more stylish We agentsfor Bice Hnttffina W ter I King Shoes every pair warrated oIA turn water i 4 fr i 7 T f OJOTINGSf Weare h wlngth is eas thefarnous 4 ISchloss Bro crqthlr1 also sell the 1j1v Celebrated 1WeIIWotth for Meii an4 l- t Perfection fOrBQYaIf you a need of a Suit or Overcoat W8C rtr1nI ft will save you money ZJ t Ydur Very Respectfully1 l d It CCunningteiii fi DuncannrI I k 9 J i wSI J t 1ffi JOHW S McELROY ftt7 i ti L i t GENERALL INSURINC F L iilFNfJi i lt i t 7 j4ii Life Fire 8id Tpmaid ifely 1X L lt OFfIcrOVER PEOPLESIBANK i F fi J siXwiv 1 f r t t During my absence from ftic W i or George Neikirk Will attend to any busliissI tr0t SleH for met V X t Kentuckyst GGretTjI11J1Jr LEXINGTON i ll TAKESOctOber 6t r I to litbI Specific JDW iooooo 20000 Futurity 6OOO Trantylvania 5 LI ft1 + if 1 ttf i 1 OrL4j1j- I 11If 5 f conceJDIf t 1ii t I ft1I 3X 1 T4 i3OQO Walnut HUCpt 45 mEL mu it IIl im NEw ntt Rtoa all RUrcdij clIliTllJtI AM W j r cI S MORIftLJ I NL58 AMCC DUNLAP ysisiIMs Mugd j c J f S4SPk r jIIIUtIUMpr et tbe KIM ft II tK eor et1lm- jtf = itb lias ctMirte of the Hah Telegraph compaBya j ia hn IL She had five at tb key and sound I er prrrtaM to cog to Peru and jvwtod at JU Okei iluotlngton and W t TtiM i ret the TVabash roil 4i t fM Jaat uelJkeWas never the MUft eMI AeeWeai hut by lagging i ip uau j trmim at West Lebanon she 4 i 1M MTM a amy ap the train H M lat0 a tfet1it train J a aMeaway s i Pyhip iMtroed teIegrpbywhen ilt i aJ1f 1n 11M and FJ b iI J aia irc DtJNLAP WM tM rtwoz1ntheemployOU- t ttMWNMfc eoojpany who was able to 1fct aemageg off the sounder with r f TliAWMlera TJfcipn Telegraph corn Matf affKectaUug the good work of r rxlEDalap as manage of the Peru 4jiEeetaWtoted her In the way of trans jrPevM fra a tr around the world VrhS HTM abaeat from home several JMMrtiM aid visited Several countrIes In JtiIepe1Ite northern part of Africa In o i ebia aM J8pnJ mm Dip since she began teleg jifajjiy bas sent more than a million t uainayii and line received an equal- 4jHiMh rf fTJ plspatch r Jl CrJir l PerloJ I ThK ta a critical period in chydhood tCfjtwdrgiiif at the age of seven or eight year wkkh has recelvettuntll recent j JjryKy little attention Bays the Moth J Ii I kmJovnka1 3be child fatigues easily a1M imooly accused ot lazinOss pi1e and the manrfr Inn tCfMelJJetlpd Iats uSW1Jl onlin ewoths but InJWme expUonal f e1mI + tlte symptoms may continues fqr L twsn7rsi This Isthemo3tlserI6us 4crtoto that yemen to childhood yet It is jbe OM kast regarded The period is tis Mf0 rapid growth and so ninth blood 5id required for the growing tissncs that i jieart Is JUbte to be overtaxed In tlft3effort to meet tie demand k 4i 4T A well nourished child with a nor q ajartsct1on will safefypass this 4e critical period luff the oliltd with l fanity matrltlo who has not been able t 151Q lay Ha reserve orce will show ayisptwns of an overtaxed heart nut l 1Ht1lMsbt nlarmidg nervoud do5 raetSEven the normal child 4wJtLb w great disinclination to men y physical exertion Less school aw ataHrid be done at this time than MftaKjW preceding year Some al 1r l ma4cfor t170US ir-i4ouka rkablkty and careful attention should given to nutrition At notime In ythf cklldt lifeJilte dally bath a great er MCeMIt1 as It relieves the over I taxci heart and assists in restoritg the t T IfilBCTiatO a Boraaal condition h ITiRt Hoe M fle Be If a place of peace a shelter- frojnall injury but from all 4 5c5a7i aid division In sb far as Ifto sot thi1ilt is sot home so far a0Ndiaxi ties of tba outer world pen etrate iato if and the unknown un i lorcd or hostile society of the outer world allowed by either husband or wife to cross the threshold ceases to l haflje it is then only a part of that ewter worM which you have roofed vriMi lighted tire in But so far as Titiaitecre place a vestal temple a iaaipte ptthe hearth watched over by ItbxMrbohl gods before whose faces but those whom theyfloI eny come can receive with love Mi far as it Is thte and nwfjinjl fire are types only et a aeblec aadje anti light shade as 8ftHrocl In a weary land and light H M ef the Pharos in the stetIJ yseaso- I far It vindicates the name and fulfills w the orateo of hbma r YfJ r DUOOURAOED J 3V nfprtttiom ocean o many times in rt 1t M him akk mta to 1r Pierce tt I copktiy dIicourged And tlern Mat1tMO by the discoiraite St Ysxs of zeriig Do thr aftei- Mior tried in vain Median es doin I1ttW the womaa ils dkcoiiraged biitaxd of istweak and sick Iromen have und health and courage regained M the result of Ule1uleof Doctor iirctii Fkvorite p t regu1arLr hiMhy drains MMC mflamma Itiot1non sad cares female weakness Jtakes Wok woincnMrongandck 159Iwrite Hn Edna RIp1eLaMr limbs tched inbeckdJriCltylsMIa aB air i ri y kfMa ae i fMno th bt ctonia dI I yeIIPI ioje OCRcovcry I toIDrL T T ctd fm rn alettez- ttTbisc1aef I ootpljrorpe1 JIIIItc isand iItJI irssts aa4a mow f al 11NIk at 511 I wst o Thanks to WibkEsta4k1adadeEnI iek wooMtwe invitjsdito Ul Drf R VPcse ce by Jctterm Adam I I i And I wherever a truej wife corned this home is always around her The stars only may be pver her head the glow worm In 1Ie night cold grass may be the only lire at her feet but home is yet wherever she Iifrand for a noblewoman it stretches tar round Tier better than eiled wltji cedar or painted with vermilion sheddIng its quldflight far for the who else were homeless John flasIn i Sby W men Worry If a wbi inn Is to protect herself trom theiravag4r St wdrry and so retain her youth forta longer period she must come into more frequent contactiwlth other peor le as her husband does and read gooS books she must relieve the monOtony of her duties and thexliinlt ing Influence of confinement within rour wall by taking outdoor exerdsa a walk every day or a spin on a bicy cle in sort she must exercise the body anil tulnd in a healthful manner and she rill find the bloom of youth and healtt remain with her fore years after it has faded In other worsen of the same ige The ordinary woman snysn celebrated physician leads such a m notpnous existence that her mind has vno occupation but worry What she needs is to come out of her self nicijmoro than she does She must hay intercourse with more peo pie and thko more exercise fills can be done wltliniif neglecting the home apt everi rlgyrt mifided man will do his besta4 secure for his mother or his sister or lite wife these nlds to the re nndIScrew eslttlObe bought at tti hard ware stoic at a few cuts a dozen are what we consider a household necessity V7uen you have them fOu will find Uinuinerable Uses fot them We have one icNwooJn the end of the broom handle and alsto the mop handle and one In the end of the mbldlngr board by which to hang these articles up We have two or three of them screwed into the underside of an out of the way shelf In the pantry and apceriwe hang pur dishcloths ant let me say cbeeseclothipense Letter in Exchange Dookcaui or a cupboard for a few choice cups and saucers can be made from four oblQnj boxes about 12 Inches by S inches Put one of the boxes on top of the other having the top one meet the outside edge exactly but standing on its smaller end Screw the boxes together in the centers Put the other two boxes together evenly and screw Then screws the two pktfeV together through the sides Stain with ponce or mahogany or paint whlte Buy a small brass rod or use curtain wire Instead ota rod Make a silkollne curtain the depth of the llower boxes and not quite so lone andpnll back abut half way I Women on the Farm It theopportuultles afforded to woni en by farming were more generally understood fewer farmers daughters would seek for employment in cities where positions are overcrowded and often undesirable Instances are be coming more and more frequent of women winning success in the line of general farming or in some special branch of stock or vegetable raising Cattlenmiswine breeding have been undertaken with marked success by many women and some of the best known exhibitors of blooded stock have been of the feminine sex InVsctentlflc a grtculturethere is ayWide range of possibilities i SA Good Curtain niuT A novel method of prolonging the- uaefuIxiesi pi avlmndspiuc bft very old 1t curtains is by npplltiuelng th lrOllnc foundation of sheer silk tif pa1 or somedelicate shade The- ciittalii Is carefully basted on this foun dation most of the net cut away anti the pittern outlined with a soft linen figssyojf the same shade as the founlla tloh The effect is really charmlpgj the rl jUnesa qf brocade being combined with the airiness of lace f Water For the Complexion 8qddi1ll QeSt1buutwater ever morning and night will caple19U i6 water be absolutely pure and ra few montlisjof the simple treatment wiH gain many compliments for 0ie AToman whose greatest affliction is an unaftrac tire skin Artistic BaoUIilnilor- In the city of Chicago there are eight or ten women who find a profitabWl occupntlon In artistic oklzl In this work tastersi especialjy brought mindIn right und tQ kaow Iwt the jnsido the bjp3j Thds exxroesion Jtf thtf gv f I w w w L Do You LUS4tItI feel run downtiredvorn1Not reallysick 77notl realfrwell iDontfeel that you need ia doctorbut do feelr that you need something PIt know just what so continue to drag along f What you needat such times is WALTHER f PEPTONIZED PORT a tonici food that strengthens and invigorates the J whale system aids digestion and builds one right It i ij r0 up Nothing m it but Pure Pepsin andGdocll Ifport Winno drugs or chemicals r11 lifsQyosizep 50 cts and r oo THE PEPTCNI2EO Pittsburgh Pa ll 4Sn FOR SALE BY CX HAYB ON Pharmacist IArt learners vellum ann flea silt n brocades are fabrics used Smart Lamp Shade Some very stuart lamp shades are be- Ing built of flowered cretonne The shade is made up of a series of panels of the cretonne It Is necessary to study tlic design of the goods carefully before cutting it in order to have the lpanels consecutive that Is to have the floral wreath or spray continued from one to another t Nursery Uockeri Have in your nursery one of the double wIllow settee rockers Noth- Ing will give the children ann the moth er niore comfort One mother says she has spent ninny happy hours in ore of these comfortable seat with her baby on her lap and two other children tucked in at the side Harsh calico is hard to sew and often causes needles to break Tuisdlfllculty may bfe overcome by rubbing the hem fsclim with a dry piece of soap hen the needle will penetrate easily Sir John Cockburn an eminent Eng lish medical authority says women are less nervous and therefore better fit ted to be surgeons than men Painted furniture wiped over with a little milk andwater will look as bright as new Dry floor and an qlfnewspaper will polish up tinware TWO SOCK EXCHANGES j DtSZcrcnces Dcjtireen theXcrr 10 r If nay one member iDerlln Institutions of the New kI Stock Exchange who is entirely U qualnted with German spceultiiii should visit tleBerliu bourse he would thud at eyery point the most striking divergencies frpm his uoniaespericnce He would be surprised to see the Jboiirse attended by quite 2000 person including clerks of banks newspaper men and even visitors like himself Also hff wOuld be interested lathe im mense size of the ba11OO feet long di vided by colonnades into three sections one of which Is assigned to the Produce Exchange On one side of tile hall sev- ern 1 ors open Into a grassy court shaded by trees and surrounded by a pillared lobby wliere brokers sit Itt dull summer days and float their latest stock of anecdotes That shaded court is suggestive of deeper differences betweeif the New Yoifk Stock Exchange and the Berlin IrisftHution In New York the number members Is fixed and Is small in pro oojtfon to the immense volume of busl iirtyDays Vftis My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease epCured Me 0e perion in every fuir has a weak heart Lnjcrs promptly treated a vcak heart will easily become a diseased heart AJiftle extra stramirorn any cause Is sufficient to bring on His jleadly malady the most cOmmon cuse dsadden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will toneup the hearts action enrich the blood nhd Improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrhand I have always supposed it caused the trouble I have experienced with my heart I had the usual symptoms sleeplessness lost appetite icon stipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath and pain around the heart and utF der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and J suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I xtas in agony I suffered so severely and became so weak thirtydahours a night on account of nenpusness The least exercise such as walking about fiutteringoltheup everything and rest Nerve and Liver Kills cured me of constipation and heart symptonrs disappeared under the influence ofr Miles Nrw Heart Cure I am in hatter health than I have been intwelre years nnd I thank Dr Miles Remedies font I think thcrare tin grandest remedies on earth constantly recommending them to my mnIendsNns L J ctrgnuW- axahiachie Yea 1t1er4iteMctUval J zszs a6ne in uernii tccre is a great horde of small dealers and the amount of trading Js much less tyan in New York Owing to the easy terms of ad mission the bourse becomes a mere placet where traders meet to effect their transactions There Is no sale of seats In fact no membership fee exists but onlya small yearly tax is collected which varies from time to time as the expenses of the organization require Contrary to New York practice mom bership Is largely held by cotapanle and firms Nearly all the banks of the city for example are members and the more important onCskeep above a score of their employees on the Tlopr ThUs the individual New York broker as a rule counts for Vastly more than a member of the bourse New York is concentrated Is Intense Berlin disperses its ebergy and is comparatively dull It knows nothing of those great days of triumph or disaster that render the annals of Wall street picturesque And it lacks our large daring operator who startle the country with their bold aehemes Wllllain C Dreher In Century FRUITS AND FL9WERS Rolling ground is the best for an orchard Blighted leaves and brancbea on fruit trees should be cut off and burned rThat a frej does not bear woij every year is not an indication of disease Most efTeotife pruning is done in the early stages of the orchards growth One advantage in pruning during the summer is that the wounds heal very quickly IDend rnnchcs are often the means of conveying decay to an othenise healthy trunk In pruning roses cutting back closely produces as a rup fewer blossoms but ofa liner oualltyi Never prune a tree unless there good reason why a limb or branch ehoull 1c takjn off A moderatelyt heavy sol that has been undcrdraiiVed and subsoiled and then carefully worked tgcapuble of produc- Ing the heaviest crops of fruit LAUNDBY LINES A little gum arabic mixed with ordj nary starch imparts a gloss to linen White cotton goods and linens wash with warm chlorine water colored goods and silks use diluted ammonia TIny water made by pouring boiling water overhay nUll used In the laun dering of linen garments will preserve their color Laundry irons should be washed with soap and water once in awhile to remove tire accumulation of starch Dry them thoroughly and rub with par affin White clothes wfll look clean anti pure white if you always have ready a kettle of boiling water and scald thorn thoroughly before putting them 5in the last rinse water Irons should always be kept In a dry place A convenient thing to keep un der the set tubs or in souie other out of the way corner is n soap box Into which may be placed the flatirons Holders stand andvax cloth when not in use When Ijanglhg Klioets on the line on windy days If you will double them IP gotlJer and pin the etuld to the llncriu1 stead of hanging ncro s the line flnd plaiting nt tIle ullddle you will 1zid that you will have very little trouble witb thplr winding up on the line Going III Debt There Is just one excuse for debt In the schoillnnsultuble money allow ance by the head of the family There are plenty of men who expect to secure all the comforts and a few lluxuries at home without making proper provision for them Every wife is Justified Jnj tier request for n money allowance out ofwltlch are to be paid the household expenses and those attending her per sonal needs It is absolutely Impossi ble to secure comforf by depending UpI on erratic gifts of money A stipulated sum alone insures peri manent home happiness hnd that should be on a scale corresponding with the husbands Income and the needs of the family Where the wife handles the family income the question of ail Iwance never comes up Many wives have only themselves to blame for the straitenedcircumstances in whlchthey find themselves Men are creatures of habit and will be likely to stand by whatever arrangements are made in the honeymoon period tt IsJ t RYSUN ftDlICSc i r A CLEVER FEAT Curious Oalnnclne Trick Tliat TVIll Ainnzc anil Amuse Your Frlendji Some time when you have a umb er of your playmates At your home of an evening and you want to amazea well as amuse theingef a decanteVa plate a ladle and a skjmmer and theii tell them that you iutend to balance the ladle and the sklmmer in the manner shown In the accompanying picture Of Course they will be inoredulousi but if your banc Is reasonably steady you will be able to do the trick First hang the qklinmcrbyits handle from the edge ofthe plate and keep it In position by uiehns of a small sedge mndeof cork Nbxt take the skimpier and plate in one hand and lay the edge of the plate pn the edge of thedeerm- terand4heii with the other hand con nect the ladle wfth the slclinmer arid hold them until you find the exact posl ion in which they will balance each other The first time you tzto do BAXAXCISO TUCK this trick it is quite probable that you will fail and in that cape yoilr Audi ence vlll bi much amused at scqlng Ekiininer ladle and plate come donn decnnterAClerabecome an adept at the trick and It will then be yeur turn to laugh at those who doubted your ability to perform It Use a heavy kitchen plate and a stone jug If you can get qo decanter and there will be Jess chance of breaking t gs A Gametiyith Fienrc Ah interesting game by which a Uoy or girl way while awaj sunny a pleas ant hour is the following It is played with an antagonist ach in turn plnc lug a number oil paper froiu to 0 adding tltcih up mentally as they pro ceed The person who succeeds In placing the last figure which shan make the column add up 30 wins the game The player unacquainted with the secret a ways loses The explanation In volves the number 0 Your friend has written sayX Xoujut down say 3i which will add up 9 Vour friend puts down sy You put down for the second addition must equal T Again he puts down say 5 You make It 7 by abiding 2 Hp puts down sny Ii You agafn moke It 7 by putting douni The addition foots 30 and as you have put down thfe Inst figures you 4iavq fltitnddWonand vlctorj wfll never desert you TlnJcr If there was no water in the world mliIjlwhicht cows atr Is nothing nicjtctl ktand If It hisnt melted nobody cot Iwash But that wouldnt bother tratfSps cats nor boys I like to go swlninilng but dont like to wash my face ajid hands cause lO swlth ufce dirty hands pan scrap better nor boys with clean lists There are two kinds of water fresh nulls lt buP kalt water aint good to drink A largo body of water Is called an o chii and a small body Is called a drop sffincthnbs dyersOuetdropp ot licked for itj A well Is a deep hole IIII the ground tvlth water In the bottom Some wells jbaveut any water In mIwhich makes people madDya BOy- Unconiclons Movcmonin Slit a match tit the end which has no phosphorus nltnnttQutI another tmo on the slant Place one within the other so as to form an acute angle and bend them both tightly Put the joined mntnlirxs cffirln the blade of knife held lijj your band loaning 3rirI hnnd heavily upon the table Be fut to nllow the phosphorus ends only lightly to touch the table hut cu OJI account movie them aw nOt j the R3K r 7facet To your onlshnient toe matches will begin to march along the blaqe This is due to the unconscious inovjements of ypur hand movements nvi1be both to yonrsehfanti to spec atosJ Make the experiment more atS irafpyp jvy painting n pjiew 01 paper to represent a man and attaching it to the matches Thi End of the FJ a ellflHenry said his falher what did ppu iee at the circus v I iasiabig rubber cow said lien ryo That was an elephantt1 t Vn elephrintr repeatedV the boy Wj Ii he had h long mouth Th5t corrected Wsl father was hlsrunkmt son i Wclli pajfa said the little fellow if thafs his trok thdt little short thins behind must be svahise1 j What lie Wanted He had most a dozen tops ana games IJA shewoolly cfcated p He ad balls anuS batS And brbIe Ar d a chicken that said Peep He had monkeys that would cllmiS tit sticks Aid guns and drums a s ore And he had a reak velocipede At dCwasons three or four but he cried himself to sleep one night T vas In the mOnth of Juner 0ecav9o his mamma said she coyldnt G t for him the moon Youths Companion Wasted Enerf A deall of energy Is wptedthrouj the iseal of youth A dealer in feminii weawng apparel once toll me that t stock showed the difference in the cf t e4ir takers better than anythl e ls Tl4eyung slleswo1paDwouls gin the tveek with splendid energy ai huh h itha lack of interest that call for reprbof while the blUer wont trai icd tb tlje habit of neatness d her stolefiin condition ach day nl kep itthfcre When tlip temper had not beerf poured by the aggravating will is ojj patrons he preferred the mid dle agcdto tim young eniployee There 3 point to eonslderf Is there any necil of allowing the pdtty detaljsof life frq ftaytthe disposition and prey upda ttfltiVCS Canno one take the jou rieyof life in such fashion that ttte tcnip nieHqws the disposition sweetens and the uature broadens I have seen af w Instances that make mEt be tlieve tlicf think is possible for al1Bos ton Traveler DalrftrFrcalilicsa glrllIti to be admired She may not liavi bavejTdvof Ixjlng Just spick and span silo will ne er lack Charm Gf course she mtis jhe almost perfection in details odj es of lieBv skirts fresh her slioes cat fullypohislibd nnd handkerchiefs neckwear und all her modest attempts at finery inust be crisply fresh This me tie the strictest attention Brush It ing nnfl pressing Avlll take time and omc one cstabljshes n reputation for thh sort of spdtieasness It must be keiLt upjiecaus what would not be Iced about n careless woman would dreadful untidiness She la likely 11no tbke to Inelalborate clothes and slm ways of wearlns heij haiL Kurbe g nJ frizzes are n01 easy to keep spick andspan The Oven In DaIIng t I you wuld be very partlcjilhrabout lit le things in9the closest atten Ho i to iletuUs wbN1 baking you would be much ijiorp certain or success The instaneejistie yl4y wJlcn they tie tIlesaue2e c1 Ipo U1iIr pastry1ssoiferior ib that turned out by otlier coolis wljy tueiij Somttthci tongli nail agalu iuadc in tie ssiind way it will be softer and mois tender Tile temperature of the oven has much to do wIth this For bread the ovcn slijuUl be quite hot for the first five minutes then cooled very gradually and the lnt tthirty minutes it should bo much copter than At first For layer cakes or poklc the oven should be vm 4 ot throughout the process of bak betoLamp Chimneys Drcrjuinsr Coil lump chimOcys somehnes crac- the wick Is turned ui tbotblsh who t ae iamii Is first Ilghtodj The chimney j hould lit Iduseiy flsthcmetal expand irhen hcatul antl will crack the sl1sk If ir fife too tightly Lanp chimneys lastiongenlf anrieald which yiay b lone by putting them Into n vessel of old jrnter and heating to the boiling lioiuT s1ien tiD vessel should be taken rom the flroand thechlmneys left In mtUlit Is oMJ One can generally b iy lit annefllrl cllmn ys They cost a ittle mOrei but lnit longer i itpftia jii iTabbllng Triepa aiiava itlcnt W there is small Choice An rim You Will Bfe Hiipy iit Well 5t r ahiesCeleiyC0flPOt114 fektows that Health and Vigor that Makes Liv ing a Pleasure ifouaresick JhJ outosorts it is m yo lower to make ydutielf healthy strong anti I1herej pjjd and melancholic To e an s happiness and true joy jongme3 sleepless rheumatic neuralgid i peptic or have the shadows of dUeas oy ring over you iiffOu are not as bpghf inefgetic and strong as you were some wtekj i ga the ue of Paines Celety Compound wil Jne up and fortlfyonrwhole system cleanse e bood cotrect le5tion sharpen the ppetite andconduceto restful sleep ThoU rids onccin a halfdead condition owe their resent good health to the use of PauitTs tilery Compound Mr Wm S Gibson df leasurcvillc Ky who through sickness and iiffering was brought near the dark grave iites as follows regarding his marvelous Iurc I liave been broken down in healthan1 rrtrvous system shattered kidne s ut of order had nervous and tremjiling spells and on for the last ttenyearf I have take a tiree battles of your Paines Celery Gompouh J nd all of the abovementioned troubles bate mc and 1tcan now dp a good day s work go about my business all day long and u t onlt worry me and I now feel better than 1 lave in ten years I have a good appetit nd can eat and get around on foot IS active s whqn J ras a boy My age is 65 years JIAMONP DYESCoJQr JiLckis Coats Capes jRibonst Nediite Wkfsts itoekhiga wll1not fait or cock When dyed wifl- il1anoaiDcs Direction book and 45 dyed timpl a ptc DIAMOND DYES BSrlinzton Vt F 4 7wr tt JIJJ J itO I f The Kind You cCHaveCioCtiAHraiys Bought an4 which has i i IIIii BSD for over 30 Tears hai borne IiewI IIfI e All Cbuntcrfcifs Imitations aud Justasjood W bsrExperiments that t ile with Sad fTJinnrfrllliciTi iiMli rInfants and ildredExpethnSl What is OAST IA t j 1 Castozis no hathiless bttliti 9igoric Drops and SkH ar Sjrppa it Is MeMaaS Iicontains neither Opium Mrpel inn 4r jhiiiiHil sulbstarice Its agals itsg armntec It destroys Warm and allays Fcvcrishneftf It esreDIarrhoea and WiMl Collc It relieves feethi 99 TrowWe ewr ji Ctmjand Flatnlency It assiuiliaie Jke 14gessdStomach and Bowels giving lieaUhys and naturauiaThe CblldrcniPanaeeaTiietketbers Ft4pi if tiSi J K av fnJlJI1l1R I OIAMYJSign tnxe of if djri 111 The Kind You llaio 1yss tt I In Use for Over 3OYr lCCIITAUceMPAIY ii CTJMiII 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