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IIIrerr WeUH4a1 t CAWWllC CMUKCH J Pattora tal deck IuIs eY T Y cr3sss11I CTL CMURCH 1 r Strtlee asaMHa1 sllIlri 1i1fTuAx CHURCH 4e4kIudL putOi1 as PiEW1I 11a 4 1 1pa ISa17O1 evrJ Iu r M II a Pra1K- dnte t7 eHk 111 0rtIta 1iJ t1rlrltti Id JXei41Lec1 t p cptU Xd a w4ia fJfIftIf T jI 52 asM jykXMTI t l II iIIMtctWdsx 1a etkyStTtSt 44 AN w HH Hiit iNH Ii IIIROUND Or TALK ft ftftft ftnnftftftn J i I w COMP1NiN II dont think the feierff whos farms jbinln ours Will ever get through his complainin tAt wt be complained lCav e it hadnt rained An now be complains Jcau8e itsv j ralhin Tjodar he was tellin1 hlaj troubles to Jae Aa Ijeckonbesi dern hard to suit Ferkeiaihatth 1inI Uitkerdrownedall his yraln Or tke sun came an ldlledallhisI fruit 1 dont suppose the weather could erIsuit him EvealfitwasYil1into1ryI Oawse the rain that we get tIs geierally wet KaI reckon he wapt9 bisndry t tLawr OWN ELECTiONTAn elec tion ofa board of Town TrvsWes and a Police Judge will 1ionat little interolK Is Overtaken in the election of town officials espec ially truateesran it is doubtful if there are many Voters who were aware that an election JSc due to take place on that day It is likely that the old board illl bit re elected as the members appear to have given satisfac Thtt munrctpal business of the ton of Springfield has grown in Importance so of late years that to conduct iit properly and intelligently is Weasy task and it is necessary for the good of the town and the taxpayers that reliable business men be putlnto office The revenue for the town t from taxes licenses and otherI sources amounts to a considera ble sum but the expenses es peciallly since we enjoy ttie luxury df electri lights and water woricshave assumed such proc portions that it takes close man ngementj to make both ends meet By the way we bave it from good authority that the trustees are ts adopt strenuous efforts to collect special license fees which havebeen leyied on all busiaess houses and professional men do lug business iu town The collecting of this license has been a hard Doatier and so many have r failen behind and have refused or failed to pay that it has reached a point wheie injustice to those who do pay something must be done to force the delinquents to cooag to time Tfee Itfw provides as a penalty for failure to com ply with the license requirement in dicttnent and tine It is said that the trustees contemplate adopting some such method at the next giand jjury session TTAxINGUPrIf the cam paign intb1Scounty has been quiet up to the present time it is showing strorg signs of waking up and from now on it promises to be warm enougn to plesje the most enthusiastic politician This week speeches are being made tbroughout thecoun ty by Democratic workers while last i week the RepubJcan district were invaded by local speakers Hon Charlie Brons ton speaks here to night in the interest of the Democratic ticket and he will doubtless draw a big crowd Toe biggest event of the campaign in all probability how ever will be the appearance of 1Hon John W Yerkes at Willis rburt on next Saturday Mr Ytrkes is A special favorite among Washington coanty Re publicans atd is always given u rousing reception when he comes hire Many will remetober when Mr Yerkes spoke at SYirisburg igufHt4nd most euthufia etic gath sciMgs thaekirrweUd a plitt 1calspi4ke in thisctintyj ItL wrtliy ofnote that WashSiugtdn Iccsnty eatRepublican that ye ac4 IJOlDeoftt1e local Republi iCam workers consider it a goiUl piMnUMt Mr edtosiis comi- wIain tilclftfthjop a like reuu when the vdte3of WasR iDj kMi county are counted alter eleotiott J t I1e t LrmiX4o DUD- outkhis season to the effect aj the corn crop in Washington county was a faiurn and some pecple evidently believed it At any irate att some of the public s ties held this fall corn sold as higha 60 cents per bushell Since then the local market price for corn has fallen several points butit still looks high for the fel low who must buy This is higher than corn has sOld at this time of the year for a long time and isrreally much too high Tho corn crop of the coUntrythis season is enormous and an inyes tigattpn will reveal the fact that m Washington couqty it is nearly upW an average As a tuie- he4farmer makes money by holding bU corp bra later mur ket and higher prices but to a man up a tree it llooks as if the situation is now reversed and hat pres2nt prices are higher than they will be later on ROMINENT PARTS Two JSpringfield Masons take prominent parts in the exercis s oMhe Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky meeting at Louisville this week at which time the new Masonic Temple will be dedN catedMrE S Mayes as Most Illustrious Grand Master of the Grattd Council delivered the an aual address during the opening exercises on Tuesday and Past VOMcChordIkito mally tifjfned the nev building over to the present Grand Mas te r J hn W liandrum In speaking of the new sructure the Louisville Herald says The Masonic Temple of Louisville is said to exceed in beauty toe Ma sohic home in every other city of Lout villes size in the coun try The idecoratlQns tire mOst beautiful and tne rooms of King Solomon Chapter aro said to be the finest ip the United States The temple cost 230 000 WO McChord of Springfield is cred ited with the idea of a Masonic Tempteher and the building is a tribute to fcis work arid mind 1 ROTJD Tho delegattpn of JWashington county school teachershaded by Superinten dent J W Bush returned from tb meeting of thePourth Congressional Teachers Association at Horse Cave ldst week the proud possessors of the banner This banner is given at each meting of the association to the county furnishing the largest number of teachers in at enctance WrfShington countys delegation was 33 members stong and the banner was awarded it Nebon bounty was the nearest competi tor with 30 teachers Toe banner was hedlast time by the te1meTsf fMeadecounty Sares Two From Death VOur little daughter had an almost fatall attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Ar monkN Y1but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with DP Kings New Discovery Our Lioce who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medidine ai d tddry she is per feclly well pe perat i throat and lung di essps yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth lofbill ble for Coughs and Colds 50c and 100 bottles guaranteed by O J flaydon Pharmacist tlrial bottlesfree t DofioOWt Pafss ACbicago man has observed that God deefls are better than real s1 tatedeed8Ome of tile latter ale worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and Ilend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it postmen appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than sub stantial help There are perrons i this c 1InnnIty whb nti ht truthfuUy say My good friend cheer uy A few doses of Chamberlains Cough Seinedy will rid you of your coth andl there f no danger whatever from pnea monia when yoa use that medicine Jt always cwre I know it halo kllM i5 e out waar o14 by O J II 1r A RtIufItiNl From a heighfcbring town not many miles distant from us come a story somewhat peculiar of incident and laden with an acoma not fragrant nor inviting to Southern noses A lady of riot them birth and rearing whose education and prejudices had surroundtd the ngro race Wiih a romance difficult to he suppt ted by their individual ty and yet sincerely clung to de spite constantly accumulating testimony to the contrary butted no a revelatioti which probably served to di enchant her ThV domestic a rang mentspfhQ household were disturbed dis Ir ranged it not entapgledj by the sudden discovery that her cok hadtalten French leave It Dis tivssed by this unfortunate state of affars she concluded to appeal to the aristocracy so to speak of this highlY romantic people to assist her in her sedrch for a faithful and constant do mesiic to take charge of hCr culi nary affairs ConSequ ntly she called upon the colored barber and having aid her grievances before him and appealed to him for such aid or information as would probably bring the desired relief she was informed by that functionary of high society that he and his wife were then piss inv through the same distressing condition r that In his opinionl there was but one solution to the problem viz Tnat he ahd she and all others similarly situated would be compelled to secure white domesticsHarrodsbu g Herald Confessions oI a PricstI Rev Jio S pox of Wake Ark wrteUFOr 12 years 1J stiifr red from Yellow Jaundice 1 consulted a number of physicians aud tried all sjrts of medicioes butgo to no relief Then 1 began the use of El ctlric Bitters und fe l Hint I am npw hired or a disease that badmeili its srasp for twelve years 1 vou want a reliable mediciu 10 Liver and Kidney trouble son ach disorder or eirral debility get Elpctiic Bttmers Its guar aneea hv JJ Havdou Pharma cist Ony 50c 1 Perfect Paiote Pill Is one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action r inc the bile clear the complexion cure headacee and lletye a food taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitfs Little Early Risers Hot MQore of Lafayette Ind 35u All ott aickenJhUesimply perfect Sold byC L Hay don Desirable Farm TOP Siile Having moved to town anfl de ided to quit farming lam offer inu for sale my farm consisting of fifty five and threefourths 55J acres with good improvements on good turnpike near post officemiU school and ipburch For particulars and price call on or write to J Dt Woford Chapltn Ky or W F Grigsby Attorney Springfield Ky Weak Jung make weak people Get the lungs healthyrfree from irritation strength and vigor will icturn There iis no better remedy to make the lungs strong and well than DK byIShe Was Not Deal Mrs S So Dickerson who iiyfs neir Bryanlsville Garrord county about jive miles from Danville was reported deadSun day ofternoon and aflfr bein laid OUD rfor burial for lwen yfourj hours sgns of life were noticed and in a few hours she was reI stsreJ to consciousness by the attending physicians Mrs Dickerson has been ill for several months and her death was momentarily expectel She was to have been buried in one hourbe fore beinff discovered to bs only in a trance She is now expected to survive Harrodsbnrg Democrat i A to letter W uldnot interest you iif youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Soresv Burns or Piles Otto Doddof Ponder Mot yntes hI SUfUlpd uh an ugh ore for yerbut a box ofr Butklens A rtiicn Salve curcel e Its tbe best SalVie alii rib 26c at tC J Hsydbur II a Greasy PilIoWSlipJ Bliud in one eye ragged hun gry and distresseJamf16b Ut fiftyfive years Old hobbled into JRay wrick Marion county late Monday alteinoqn rd applied foV a lodging place E A Edelen a distiller who lives DEAr Ray- wcrtookhim in After giving l the tramp a 1unc1 lie toojliim to a vacant room in a bUilalllg a short distance from his residence wasprnvdedtramp carriedaJJundle which lto all appeatanc s was nothing more than a easy pillowslip tilled witha few necessaries Just before retiring the mar threw his bundle on a chair Bil ingthe tramp good night Mr JSdelen extinguished the lignt andsuspeicting liis guest raiglt be a professioija tramp yielded to the Impulse to investigate the contents of the bundle Car tying the greasy bag dbwp stirs he made an examlnaton and 7to his surprise found that the tramp was a man who possibly owned thousands of dollars Besides jollsof paper nion v and a good sized bag off gold there were r ceipts for recording deeds bear fnijthe signature of the clerk of Tyler county Virginia showing that J H Bhinn owued hundreds pf acres in that section There were also papers showing tht the same purty held many shares Of stock in oil well clippings from newspapers commenting un the Industries and wealth of vT rl Shinn And asmall day book in which was kept the record of leach day business From this irecoid it was shown that themat Collected daily from 85 cents to j 7 A diary in the pillowslip shored that he toured at slated periods Keotuckyand Tennessee frnd had been following the buaii ness for almost 45 yyars His jhome it appeared was Ceutial jSJ lion Doddridge county Vni jginia He told Mr J2delen that iris name was J H Shinn and bhe papers in hisi pllocasecon tamed that name many times rr newspaper clippings referred jtp J HJShtnn as an oil magnate who lost an eye in 1889 Har jrodsburg Herald J Broke Mo His louse S Le Quinn ofrCaveudtsh Vt Aaa robbed of his custoiari health by invasion of Chromic iConstiuitiou When Dri King t New Life Pills broke into his houses his trouble was arres eri ntirelvcurdiThei jtC J Baydons Drug Store Diphtheria in Bardsttwii Diphtheria ls still very preva lent in Bardstown and prospecs I lor the abaieureht of the d seaao at this time are not Very favor able Several new copses1 have developed within the past week and as there have beeriVTi number of exposures other cases wil likely follow v Those reported ill with the dii ease are Mrs Chari APplE j1tJ Mr Hugh Marshall RlUl ard Beam son of Nlr and Mrs T D Beam and a child of Prof W T McClains Miss Aline Smith w ho has been Buffering vith the disease ismuch improved Alma Cecil a colored woman living in the cast part of town has had the malady in a severe form and Sunday it was reported that she had d ird This was a Mfstake however and at ths writing she has fair prospects of recvtry- fitpub1ceii ipl cispJ again ja tjMpnday Wetre told that ttheschoor rooms will be thor AuerDo you like your thin rough short hair Of cOurse you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hlirOfcourse you do Then why Hair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Flair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years Jain Aj r1 HaIr TIt1ftI a tIC- wehJc a woierft- irt Mk kIUi tibdalr aU ep aid tlTf dll pINa 7CA O IIforC Hair IOQgblv Juigated4nddie WiJtbe resumed next MordaIKy Standard v He Lrarneta GGeat Trnth tls Said fJohnWele that onc- eheidtilMatresswesleyi Why do you tell that child the same thing over ant Qvef agaiprl rohn Wesley be jcanse once telling iL not enough It is fOr bis 1toldll lalni Cough Remedy cares colds and griptbat i counteracts in tendency of these diseases to rauJtjn pneumo nia and that ITU pleasant and safe to take For sale by Haydohs brag Store IOJTown Ordinance 71 At regular jmeetiDgof the Board of Trustee of ihetown of Springfield Ky lield at its regular meetingplace on the 7ih day of July 1903 there being present WL McCleiran Chairman and GO Wharton Conrad Hertlein and 0 A Thompson Trustees thefollowiogordinailce- was assed The Board of Trps tees 0 R the town of Springfield Ky do ordaitvas follows FirstThat the property owners ol said town fang on Main street on the North side thereof beginning withi the SouthWestern corner of the Catholic Church property and running thence with said North sidof Main street lathe South Eastern corner of John Searcys property beand they are hereby ordered to put on said Main street in front of their respective properties id side walk and curbingsaid sidewalk to be 9 feet wide and to be payed either with good Asohait paving good hard brick or crushed rock screenings andl said curbing to be placed alongl the ouer edge of said payingt be not less thin 2 fet in isridtfi 5 inches in thick ess and nf 4 feet lengths ScohdThat the property owners of said tpwn fjtcin rnMain street on theSpath side hereof beginning with the pro iJrpoint directly across the street and South fom the South w stern corner of the Catholic church property and irunfting thence with said South sicta of 1aiq preet to a point directly Sonth pf the forks of the Spring field and Mackville ndithe Springfield Perry vilje turn pike on the pfoperty of tbG late ridget Buckmans heirs or de visees be and they are hereby rdered to put on said Main street in fjont oX their rspecJ ive prtoper es a sidewalk and curbing said sidewalk to be 9 feet wide and to be payr either with good Asphalt paving good bard brick or crushed reck screenings and said curbing to be placed 1QpheOuter edge of said paving tQbe ot less than 2 feet in width 5inches in thick ness and 4 feet lengths Third Said curbing shsilfby put in and said sidewalk4 graded and uiadeunr the rInimediate supervision and direction aft the City j Ingineef jvhpsS services witf be paid for by the town FpU thSaitl81ftewalkg and curbing to bepaidJfor and put in by the property owners facing on said street each property OAvrJer to put in and pay for that portion InJrpnt of hi property FifthtsIdetalk and cursing mtittbe pUtj in andfin Jr ished up on or before the hrst daylotSepteraber reJOO3i sr1S anVvporttqn of sai- d4ldkIbF urbinherou or- dci et ohe- matrs mndoan 1tnrE1uqflni4ie1 ontIro- f eptembet 190Br then ame i- theiItoVupon and enforcwivagainstthe property facirg onvsaid street for thecos thqreef as Author izsdaHd provided by llajw W L MCCLELLJAN Ohm GC WH RTON GJeKki Rat a Tel PiiY Jail bralIi1B Bat +hIi- ofThrceM1leBYN pe1 iftPf F a t11 raat- eny tJ jail UIe42ck tkskZprt f UIthcpaklJ f tIeN It a taiedIitsiy p 1 plied OBaHri i NIa a CCiOIt4L trlMIJ prlie trjl it rsad Mtw Ifend thtJijr4psctiwte so Jisml rot MM ir Kas Drs f Ore jvjjPPcPi 0MalA man will rtin as fat as lie can to cross a railroad track iin Yrohtof a train Theiihe mill witch tout of sight Then he wniNBtlk leisurely away He seems 1lq alright and probby iUv That says the Emporjn Klan Gazette is a man A wo min a street car win dpen a satchel and ta e out a purs close the satchel aqd take outa dime and close the purse open the satcheil dP1tiinthe pure close the satchel and Iqk both ends Then she will give the dime to the conductor whdill give her a nickel back Tfcm shtr vill open lbs satchel find take out the purse and close the satchel put the nickeri ftr the purse close the purse open tf e satchel dp1it in the puraei close the satchel and look botb ends Then she will feel for U buckle on her back and give her hair a yank God bless her 1iThere Is no remedy tfaat will relieve pain that will reduce swelling bat will cure sores better and quicker thaw DR ciAt3aBH GERMAN PENE TRATING LINIMENT Itls relJaWe ip any an Jail complaints in which a ItQlmcBt or healing rmedy is needed Sold by Wood Campbell Strwfc Sties 7By M Motley Som thing neviritbeprQp gation of grasses has been dis covered by W W Spender a man nOted Ipr his piety and ve racity He says after his wheat was cut he passed through the stubble and on seeing it green he mao an examination and found that a straw of timothy was growing Out of each whet itu bleII I The same man says he cut off a turtles head on1 Thursday anti the following Sunday he and another man passed through his field lookingl atfthfe crops when one of them poked a stick at the severed i hEad which aB onct Snapped and caught the stick in its jaws as viciously as ifttsbodlyi which was fast iecayfnfr had beeu attached 1OI Rjlrl tfl flrr l the readew of this pa iwill Tx pleased to Icara that there U at uM one dreaded disease Ihat SCIenCe kai been able to cure Iq all its stages and tSat it Catarrh HaWs CaUrrh Gun Js the only positive curekpwp to tko medical fraternity Catarrh beiaf a constitutional disease reqiisrei aX36n titutidnal treatment Hall a Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting di rectly on the blood aau javcoaa Mr faces of the sj4teaiberebyt destroying ifb fpundation of the ii ease and 1Jrtbepat1etlti streHgth by building tqtConst1tatIoa and asristlsg oa twlb doing jts work The pfgplie forit 1i ye so pitch faith in jits curative pW M thatthey joifer One HUadred Dollarsforauy case that it lallsto cure S4ndLjUr ttQt testmokraiJs As4Oheaey A o 14oOhio odby druggists Sceots A m Fauly Pi1karebe tPublic aiI Having sold niy farui I will op premises G miles fro Springfield on theSpringheld atkl llilisbors turnpike on tTHURSDAY NOY 5 io0I1 Beginning at Ip oclock pr4lptiy sell at public auction tjiefollow ing personal property One pair good work mulesI seven Head of horses including 3 brood area 6ne amily horse one nice1j bred yearling stalionf one 2 yero4d filly and one weanling tllyt extra nic one fancy bred rrbfutalwOod he by ijjuiwooil Sst dam by Woodfora AbdaIl- WoM1 t fl by Boyd WiacKWler 6 jer iev milk cows andVsJve two i110nlbst ers five j ealJi tstenrs three yearU5Iir rs and thiee weaflliiig calves foMr brood sowsc 20 60lb float d- Sft bogs 55 headoft itopvift 2 horse wagon ojM fgjood wKe drill plows and all Itrmiof m pleme ts of every kbkl 900 bosk ell corn 2 500bundle aoi IlWfl also sell fiotne bo sisx UL M kitchen fUrnIUzi-i di lts Itqr afltTLArvifrtJ ifor cth jiutjs 0f Mr a of a crtdit of six wonths svcaitl w AAffWstJMlrt S9 cirity netutbttad PtIs m Phd ttoMlJJaoI tpDiI il r njrilper cent interet from dlo of salet J a I t I THEOLDRBJUU 1ik H J MiM rHEllEIS Jill iJa 2i- 1 1Z MetaCsi lJJ JnfL Raq9gnid M n couai it OflfJaHa hii I Tax Asaeor JoiiG Arsv Omaha wail afte lift r Uitt Kthis money fterbsftftf iIsltrr 4mo1aIngi Arthur Iwl Wcred b4 Qt tlceiathe City Jitf 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wuh 4n- incediary Ki RicbardBii4t agti23was atb Ia J h Sumthfwka tc n rt aadMIwi- tMIm I s nefcro p l Bisj tftct F 1 cas1 Tb brin swasso ta4th i h re tMBil In p seed 1 irrls lb uro- ieh d i uths- riIeTb boy ti4d hi thlatthi the O beiag vctojE- 1uI While Brti 3r aaP dofl gih drei blaShs vIet1o tb bbd etiUring skIa4ai alJ thtfedrep ias apH teqatiM all ts MNsthI ol o S HI go- AurHay sgtktethl bta iii j tea b po hotnsrl bJfe t9r tn life and ffoutt klc chances vt U against test fs- tsbsoofWW 8aiUsy wo lives OUt lot Stctioo fl deed was cobmittsjd just over bj Nelson ln Officers t e u if Milea but ic fbIArthjtm Le TIlE NEWSIME iQF4LDKV 4DAVIION Jr JIi2 EMa = 10CMU PW tv Jtffe iMtk is 4p 4 Mwrate55bUt cash GdS 5IMe on liberal S1JrtN MTMMivtfoBS of respect 3 krn uTh 1r o i I rSZJticIS 5r to zoiatce the St lihZLZS PATTESON m iJlII4 ocU oC of Circuit rWlifc 1vetb Jadicia ooMpoMd of the counties of Tiy ar sd Wahiflt pqrtcprirnatY- ea1ths Attorney to aziuounce L LDUIL cadidatefortb CowMBWMlttia Attorney iw tW ito ot the Demo Spiy iIi ttii the Eleventh j MrkH coMpoUd of the S1 WMIthflIMaion dN L5 r IChct Clerk 4fiiiiitir to announceT KMlbTl CAMPBELL itf aIIt far the olBce of Circnit Cvoti Ckk of Wahiufton county XIiUBiliir skUOL If elected will be M Mto4 i the eAc by tobc Nbe Tri Sb For State Sct r ArorIzed to anonnce HARRY LANCASTER tMatioi covaty as a candidate tor tM sac erf SUle Senator from the ifeMi SMM orial district subject to the aii f ttw DeMocratic party I4 Pr Rep escntative W MS thOIZ1 announce Mr WILT1AM P OLAYBROOKE M s oa dM U Jor the office uiMaLIve In the iowc- OSIS Ot Katiicky XegUlature from oo Mty i Nstke of LkttiU By Yirti wd jn i b4 dience i to al nkc and Writ 01 election is MM liy tie Washington County Ootwrt I willpiHUi and hold an ttctk focjhe purpose of elect iM 4asiico of the Peace in iBffeMriat District No 2 in lfiiiiitfgton county Ky o n TSmdy Nov 3 1003 Polls Sto W re nlarlV opened and v ioa held at the two voting bcts In said district n Said Byron Croake S VV C br219O3 IIetracM aMdPcrsuI 6jkTie diiy October vmW- I Wlil Iwlliny farm at public Sale IDot iod privately before This l i laon the MaCkVillO and- wipMir jr pike 3 miles from fii kTiile aud contains about Mb axsrei ot land Has on il a- IIM4 6roSni H welling house Miitbarn and all necessary out SS Wr welt and plentygood ceck water Iumtimo and place will Mtt te following personal prop I rjrt Fyi corn 4horsesttnd vniliwiow l yearlmy vlcalf buggy 9fid baness lamin iiBpiemtjnt and hotise teMaitf kitcJMEr fofhiim j jWiw Made kriowtii on day of STEEL R JL Whayne Auctioneti f ii Ii y PuIi1a Ti1r1T Bys liityeral Monlfis buj younger wa h Cbto troubled with indi fi My Bf tried several remedies iMitfft M Wn fir from them We arrfUnC iat of Jhambertatns frtiiifij ai J4ver Tablets and he t aMi pXUVlnctpcm Inside uf I tttcty ihtyt bad gained forty pou nds Ifjifiii He u H8vr fully recovered i 4 jV trade ou the Tablets r Brid ejcijantdf Long lUfi JToV saul by Haydbn g ti t lriIKa cr is 1leWitt irtMi Kazel ii applied to i fmt Mfriits WitcliHazel Iy iIsor wire made that con tiM puir Unadulterated wltib i 9L Itayer Witch Hazel Salve bMysskkI cownterfit 4j1KJ Wtteti HzlI Salve irHltirlrtMi Hazel galye ii the fcfwr to tb worW fcf tfb rQ8l htt b1Lad bissI itch pksjMiY C L 4IS 3SnWh3rtiWW From The County t tht C Hnty People Z as Reported by our Correspondents S7y5 j jt a Iworkone of the most beautiful churches anyplace The Lew windows are expected to ib had by the first Sunday in November on which day the Bishop is to be tbere to confer Confirmation to the children John Medley sold a young mara to Gilbert Smith for 1IO PuIIiam- Mr W P Ryan and wife are visiting ffiends and relatives in Indiana this week Win Ruby of Bloomheld yps in our midst last week Robert Crouch sold a house and lot toPan Casteel for 250 Mr Cast el is going to build a store house on this lot located about half way between Pulliam and Chnpfin- J N Gcfrdon is getingnlong nicely with his singing class at Independent schoolhouse Prank Hardin and wife we e the guests of W H Gordon Sat urday and Sunday John Dennis sill has a lew water melons on hand Lookout John for frost Misses Ethel and Winnie Sc u wete the gustsof Artie ana Pearl Gordon Saturday and Sunday Mr C C Poster Miss BarthsL Keelng Mr Oscar Albly and Miss Girtha Keeline ci Tatham Springs Mr Perry Ruby and wife of Bio infield attended th singing at Xndepfcndebt school house taunday Next Saturday and Sundy is the regular mating at iath m Springs Eld E W Summers Pastor Ther3 wilt be a spelling match at Rockbridge schoolhouse ever Wednesday night Thos Prather teacher SS Hillsboro W E Sutherland bought a piece of land from TC W Suther land for 200 a P Leachman sold a number of 200 pound bogs to Yankey Co for 5 cents John Armstrong sold 3 heifers to Robert Thompson at 3 cents per pound Jim Cdeiyand wife visited the latter relatives in Mercer conn ty SaturdaylindSunday J HSetrlejhas rented prpp erty at L taey and will move there the first of the year Mr fettle is one of our best citizens and we regret losing him from our community We take peas ure in comuiending him and his family tothe people of the Liuev community P B Prather wlfile removing the brick house on his farm pre paratory to buildiha neSv frame house found thre0bckS Vcpn taming threedistirfdt tracks 6f a cog pig and a bare footed child about five inches long Th v tracks were made while the bricks vere soft Mr Prather is very proud of these bricks as he thtnki he has tho oldest tracks in the county that can now be seen 3 house ha ben standing for over 72 years Mr P ather is very anxiou to find out hat ch d made the tracks ihis will doubt iess b impossible Rev W Ez a Sutherland waj unable to till bis regular appoin ment it L6ve Ridge Sunday but will preach there the third Sun day in next month Ail are in vited to attend The farmers are very busy now sowing their wheat ULd rye Notwit list indhjg thi factuhat the crops for the pAst two years have been an aim st entire fail ure iheyare putting out a hirge acreage this fall They are spending much time in putting their ground in the rignt condi indicaItionsarelike a fair season prevails a gOodS crop will bie raised itt this com niunity It is a setted question SORE USE oe Money Refunded BUNIONS Inflammation It Coos It Cures AtafloodDpgIiu Hay4on that the farmers ure going to do their part G W Oder and wife who have been in Illinois and Indiana for aboyt twa weeks witha view ot locating have returned home and will likely remain in this county Mr Oder pays quite a compliment to Indiana but says he prefors to remain in his Old Kentucky Home Mr and Mrs Sam Blackerly threw open the doors of their home to the youug people last Saturday night where they were highly entertained in honor cf their guest Miss Myrtle Suthor land of Willisburs Mr and Mrs Blackerly beieve in having tne young people toenjo them selves and say come again Everyme extends to them their heart est thanlfs lor their kindi nss Our boys went over to WHl s burg last Saturday and played a very interesting gama of ballj Ncllyoy who pitches for out team filled to goandAmst was suhsitu ed for Hillsborp and yrov d rimsvlf a good ball twister b s riking out the bat ters Wei a e not arble o report the number o1 core made but have been informed that our boy s claimedi th victoryI The race for Reprasentattvv ii this county ill certainly fron now oh be a very interesting bnt vVL Keeling the Republican cvndidate is very popular her not orilv with the Republicans but a number of his Democratic friends are talking very strong for him Mr Keeling is regardcj as a hustler in tie way ot cam paigning and is making a iveijy aggressive canvass and being ajn all round good business mn makes very strong CHndidale and would well look aftar the in- erest of the cpu ty if elected The Republicars met here Fri day night and organized a Bet knap Club This was the liist Republican meeting ever held in this corn muni tyi Speeches were made by some of our home boys after which G W Oder was lecfc ed chairman and several members were en rolled Toe club tviil have a large membership by the tithe of election George W Colvin and W L Keelng jcaoi didate for Representative will address the club Friday nigjit ArrangerneTitsare being wade to have a good crowd out Foleys Kidney Ctafv ma1cs fcktrsss and E1aM- rFENWICI dorKti Miss Ethel AValston has re turned homeS after a weeks visit with Ifer sister at this plnc Mrs Mary White has returied to her homoatiJecatur III ai tel a visit tuber parents herfe Sunfa Lodpn left 1st weekfdrlndianapoisE l3etilahLitey of Texas visitcjH Misses Annie and K y rl Logdon Sailklay and Suru ay Messrs Jaiey Roberts and Joef4mitli cfyour town wcr in bur nidstSunday afternoon iVfy Sam iTes ha reiuired lom tfWra sh rt visit oilier trat Perville MJssSafjie Barker of HopVinsj v1ie ia been vhsiting her par ents atthis jJace for the pust week S P Walsfon had thi is fortune to Ioe a valaiible riarc liteek ljis3I3uelihanl Earl krnold q udvsted at the home of MatWycoffStlurdayand Suidy- MrfEdGritvcs is on the siek list SSMr and Mrs Wm 1oiainbn of Bradfordsville is vis ting re a lives and file ids in h5 cornmu J nity Mrs Dais Settles has reurri ed to her home at Texas af lev a weeks visit to her sister Mrs Robert ShewmalerS Miss Pearl Payne of New Heaven is visiting her sister Mrs EdCrraves Mr and Mrs Thad And rson spent Sunday with the lam ly of Dick LanhamSMiss Maggie Smith of cils yule was af home Saturday and Sunday d Mrs Ben Frd of Leftanon was here Monday jj ora pleasant physic takeJjCban- iberlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy tojake Icasantln effefci For gale ibVHaKdcnaDrup store STkLDwgLL UPPic-u t lNDJGETIQJ j Men ol 01111 Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years if pays to use the fright stuff It Men of oak are men In rugged health men whose bod tes atc made of the indI est materials Childhood is the time to Jay thefo elation for sturcly con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the rigftt stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helgs them build a firm foundation for a sturdy conti tution Send for free sample II SCOTT BOWNE CImIsts1Ij 4O9415 Pearl Street N ovYork 6Cc and 1OO ltdruwsts AN EARTHLY fRINltY Health nml Wealth Ought to Jla j Linked With Kapplnuca 7 We arc used tor feel tp put it crudely that folks who have health and money ought to by happy And so they should A sufficient Income promotes comfort- ar3l that contributes to cheerfulness of spirit and to hnvehcaltii of Bourse menus to feel well drid that Is a long stop toward feeling good But how far do rc have to look to Ilndpar2ons with Lerlth to squander nnd more money than they know how to spend making strSiiuSus efforts to attain happiness mid merely achieving Impaired health you have health and uioney you can usually buy pleasure but enjoyment is a different article and even when you ILiIII iomejtimes demoralizes enjoyment eas fly yields to weariness but you lout jet tired of beiru happy and you nay e ever so tired and be happy still Happiness is a state of satisfaction One reason why It is so elusive maj beeaae we human creatures are aI couiplication Bf bodymiiid nilil spirit ItionI blessings end of conduct If we in dulge the body too much the Bother two partners become mutinous If we over cultivate tLe mind the body jny VreaU down and if we bestow all out uttm tionpnjjiInd and body the spirit ig uoved thkes a sureveugeance orTCfTf our iibglect It Is so dlffleuisfto measure and uVoct our efjprts na to appeaso iII the demands of our tripll eate natures that the simpler wrty la to regard happiness as a byproduct Lve over all direci attempts to aciinlre i constant supply of it and simply uc ctpt however much of it may come while we go about our business with sueh Intelligpnce as we can We can tisually Ueop our bodies in fair rcpah If we are not too lazy or too self tmUt gent If wo have to earn our livings aur minds and bodies too find occupa lion that la usually wholesouie and the discipline of work clone as it usual ly is tot others as well us for our jelves helps1 to satisfy the esactlous of the spirit Harpers Weekly LOST AND FOUND COLUMN Pronounced tile Most fnteretlqs Part of n cwii nper An Involerat newipnpor reader was pveriieiitl tft say the other day saya the Chicago tribune after atrhours Jrtrict attention to thenews the most entertaining part of a bigdahy Is the Lost and found column Some peo ple look at the sporting nqxvsV1 others forjLhedeaths and iun rrIaes but lost articles and other rewards are my par ticular fancy I f jou sliidy theo kits you vili hare a prefer fair idea Ofoi fellow creatures comnion sense and Uielr ability tqjiolti oh to yf hiJt b lonjs to th9jnv Sqftuci or later the horseshoe iiiM oflXvllh flU hai pin and tIc cluster dUunond HugtliKnppara with the ipe ri crescent A popular elope racnt Is in the punSe with Jewelry bttt the lightsome fashion wltlMyhtulr poclc etbobks lose themselves in this sinful world shows how care loss mortals be nud that nobody ever learns anythlhg bj dnothers dear experience ifhe rewards otTerc1 for missing vetitnes 1ntiicathe1r vahuOto theIos er Some are quite pathetically large others racknssly so but a saving cime is tie laconic Nor questions asked and tlfbii I feel the casp is truly desperate and the watcli chain and loclrct lmist haVjedepartcd under peculiar clrcnBU Stances The lady who was saou to pick up etc is another thrilling in atance of a losers despair for the chances are It mere supposition and noj ladyt picked up anything Xoarid thert ItHs n yellow headed parrot that goes asjray tpvary the endless variety 4f idocsj whose owners publicly sorrow lot their loss About thia live article thro Is always a sense of tragedy und wlien iI note a found dog in the list 1 tn4ntalIy conratu1ato whoever bad thol klfad thought to advertise It nnd thus 3 1ut an cud tto the anxiety in its Vophinz tae21orLifercnce OGrady Lad only been mar Hcd nweet but lila bride was already linking thinss Hvcly iinthu little hoiise la RallyluuiIoti lit Ipd been worktiij Mt throe hours In h little gaUleu baclsdoorIhTercucp me bhoy Come In to tayi toogt and foive eggs TerciKJc dropped his spade In aston Isluncn jand ran into the kitchen tSbur ItHdget alanhah yero onlyl- xldluc uipi ho said 4ay Terence pIea brIdet it i ct yo Its tile uaybors Oliu coddlnF4 London Telegraph Nasal CATARRH In all Us stagM there should be eleaaUnec- aSlys Cream Bali cIeane9IootsgndhgahJ lie d1zcii u2clnhranOs t It carei catarrh and drlvea avray a fold In the b ad Cream Balm la placed late tto Mttrik wdi- E 2II3X1ic tad la ahMtbcO KcIUflal edUte and a care follow It to Mt dry tjjl orq4csw1sg Large5lu WcstrtD- iti or by ah1 f 9 goUgLM W I CoIjjIT46 ry SabeSSe4dfapaSt12aOL 7 W1L POK25c A PARTjOF THE PLAY IHsslngr Tffitt B6nsbt Some Rnaslaa Actors to Prloa jCcll- nlIample In the theater of YelIzaVetgn- ulI thetourtb act of a certain piny tbera is ti t enter within a theater as la ShnUSspaarcs IlniElot only that sonVc of tbo dramatis pcrsOniD lure to mlxj ith the public in the galleries and tgt hiss the cblpf actress vrhrt duly talijt tAs soon as the gentlemen had tak n thplr places dmong the gods and begun to hiss and whistle the police man On duty cam down upon them like a wojf on the fold und berpre they conjd utter a word of explanation ha and his colleagues nabbed Iwo to moved them by force and took them to thpi npjct police station where they were charged with disorderly conduct at a public place They protested that they had only done their lntf but the police laughed their explanations to scprn The public loft the theater en rua se to see what was happening tothc netr3 but the ajter had already Been cor igned to tire cells The croml in the street before the station house grew Tafldly fa numbers and its noisy protests threatened to culminate in je rious disorders Fortunately the wan agirof the theater appeared buforc the superintendent and by the light Ca lamp declaimed with manuscript laid the whole fourth act In order to hfcw thdt hissing was an essential part of the performance Qny then did the representatives of tho Jaw refnse the innocent dctors SatSrHjr of the Fotato ilicrz is ts much mystery as history ccanccted trith the common tuber call ed the potato Its nativity priginal plac3intuc kingdom of nature andt seydral other things regarding it nrc stilfojten questions As to its nativity the weight of argument seems tofavor the tropical or subtropical regions of America There Is a tradition that iha ymca once grew Jo monstrous size and lujyt the balls were of the bigness of melons and at that time the rpota wore not tubers ithe edible partsgrow iig among the branches It secmtf that thry vere first introduced into Europe ta tlio year 15e5 tlaskelis Rdctfi and Wild Plants says Wamkins first fetched a Queer bflbors root out of America vruivh some called a bodndo while others wlo hind heard the Peruvians mention Iti spoke of If as njiototo Perlnms Cyclopedia of Agriculture says that Sir Jpln Varakjii3 found ft growing wild nbir Santa Fc dtv Ikjr6ta at an altf tile of icu to 13030 ret lie ald says that It Was qfetched out of Amer ica it ubduttbe lime settled upon by llaskcll vir In the year 1H05V A XlayalICctuXiice Carmpn Sylva tIle royal autbprcsa net her husb nil tho king of Kouiua tjja ln qtiitoh rornaittle way A a rfrl ofseveiiteen she Was ruuiuiig down tlic staircase oft Jho iialAceat Berlla plien her foot slfuput oiil the niarbj and rshcr would hare Cillen to the floof uelowj but at the moment Prince Gluirles of Hohenzollern stepped from an antcrp0u and caught her Jn hits flrmg She did not accept him although lie wade hot thpbffer sat pnce In joke for It was ttien most unlikely she Ud she tfreformV to reuinid queen ol herself but if shtf became 4ueeu of any Country jitpll She would prefer Ron mania Eight years afterward the eautlfol Caruieh was married to Pjrhjpo Cbariesi Syholiad been proclaitn d king of Hpuninnla and thus shp re alized her nujbltion kAVlic Wncr Was Avoided Until cotnparjttlvply recent tliies tIre was a medical prejudice against driMUIng water Kit AVilliam Vaughan jia his Natural and Artlflclal Oirec lions For Ilealth declared that water Taught ssldohi to bo drunk Another doctor admitted that it might bo jhrtilfhCulirpr chlHlioiiibut not for uieu except some oddr abstemious one among a tliousaud perthance degenJ pratynnd of f dogslsh nature for dogs of unture do ablior ru Indeed the retoinmcyjdation oft water as a bever age rasl supposed tb 1m lhicslgnaJ f the MUiicfc Exen Weslv in his PrinilUva IhysicV Avrpt6 of It with caution Drink only iatcr If lf agrees with your stomacb lCntigopd clear email beerF4LvvH Good Pills Ayers Pills are good liver pills You know that The best family laxative you can buy They keep the bowels regular cure constipation feSffiiffic Want your moustache or bcird IabUJlfulbrewn r rkh black BUCKINGHAMS DYInr- fV ct or eicuuisnot IIALLICOWnVLL Th6 Menu CarJ In If First Porn IltIt old Caslilonid form tlu menu was usunlly wrlttu large ou cards of sucli imposing dimensions that room for one Only cdUld tlr found nt each end of life fiparO In the mediaeval lUnnerthbj jifd to selection must have been an ubaolute necessity for the moilHva dinner vasja mlnfr of stir iftstSs ill3JiVidtJi intd coursesi as ifrfr our own nnhityiUiejils hut whereas Krtwiuluy4 tlie dfner Ja s a geupjiil Idea llmt tiah AtHl foilow sonn and tlmt CU5 ree Is sUAyL letl by roleye nnil can Aoncjiye yeuthiily the sort of denmud thnir tvuli coari will make upon his ppejitc tinQ dig tjbtj here was no posslljV wring as n what was goliig to lirppdM atain early English dinner and jclOse study fiUs 4tn ruVcalthe cs litcnce oi any PrltcIl5 of arrange ment Oifcrc llic hn iroloicer A certain kfite rciyn a title frjim r Porslhn asked mi astrologer VHow many years of lIft remain to uiej The tvh31 luau replied Ton The king Letauie very despondent and betook lilmself as cite 8tmJcu wi li n sick ness 4io his lifil ills vizier who pen sessfijl great wlsdolu iwut for tin seer In the kings presonce nslieil him IIow inan ywirs hive you to livey Ue replied IweiHy Tfc vizier oi icred that UP fahottl that vvryUiMiEbft tIi khttg irrseie The 5II = URememberSPRINGFIELD LuMgo I- llandIs Qveythin fl Lt1ftway f U BUILDING MATERIL Roughaid Dressiia ULber any quatitities I i T ii If you have bui1ditEijo do gtWe onSbuildings complete or mn fiffimp vouthe D mateIi1atIowestij es YaMs andOffieenfrdepotSL 4Zl4 Tephone39LSPRlNQFlELDa5 LAUNDRY LlrilESVV A little gum arable mixed wIth orfll nary starch imiwrtd h glokato linen White cptton goods np I linens asb with warm chlorine TTptcr colored gocus and silks use d1iutd ammonlarr Kay water uinjie by p tiring boiln water overbuy difd usod in thq lanS daring cf Ibaea cirments xrii jjrc eive Jhcir color Laundry irons should bs washedi with soap and water once In jawhOe to remove the accumulation of starch Pry them thorongjily and fab witk par auiin5 T tftV xaotltes wilt look Tctean and pure white if you always have ready a kettle of boiling water add scald then thoroughly before putting theta ijj tlie lust rinse water i Irons should always1 be kept In ff dry place A COnvenient thins to keep un der the set tubs or in some other put of the way corner IH a soap box into which may be placed tIO flatirons holders stand and woi clth when not In use When hanging sheets oil the line dn windy daysv Tfyou HvJll double them to theestoheiLu2iefU pinnmgat the mfddfeybutwili finclllfat you mill have Jfery llrtle fronbie Pith their w4ndlnaup on the line 5SColse Ik Debt T There la Just one eeflSe for debt ia householdnMQltsible m6nex4illov ance by the head of the family There are plenty of men who expect to secure ah the comfort and a few luxuries at home without making proper provlslqu for them Every wjfc is Justified in her request for n money alfowance out of which are tobe paid the household expenses and those fitteadiug her jper sonal needs It U absolutely Impossi ble to secure comfort by depending up on erratic KifW of money i A stipulated suniTaloheVlusures por mancut home happiness ansi that should be ohli scafo c6resp6hdtagwlth the husbands Income phd the needs ot the fauiily There the wife haqdlca tlio family incometb question of al lowance never comes Jtp Many wives have only llicmsclvcs to blame forihe strjjltiiicd circumstances in whlck they find em3clvvs Men are yreatureamf habit and will be likely to stand by whatever orrnngcmcnU ar ma4e the hopey moon period a Wnie EnerXy Acalof energy la waste ihroajh the zeal tfrxoutU A dealerln feminlue voiirljji hpparcl once told me thO the stocl ishove the difference In 1hc ages nf the caretakers better thantnythlng ls jffh5 young safeswoniaujwquibe ga tie woe with spbnllld cnprgy arid HnlslTwIth ft lack of Interest that called tar reproof jtfhlle the older wuinnn trnlned tii the habit of neatneaa put her stock frt condlUou cach day and kept II tliSus When the temper bad not Len toured ttf thq aggrhvatlpa xvhlms of pntpQiw he prgferrei the mfOU dlP agcd to tin young employee Tllen iii a point to consider I there any need of allowing the petty details uflife to fray the jdlappsHIcuj and pr J upon the nerves Cnuno t one takc the journey of life In such fashion ifiatlftb temper melIovj Mhe dispcsltlon sweet ens and the iiatafe broirtlcnj i hjtva 4eonn few Instances that uijikemebJ- ieve the thing po sllble foTaU IJc3k tonTrarelef i DdatrirchacattGlrla takifc this to nlnd Theftt wftb tin Mrd4aiutY freshillessts5urt tq b iadlrtir l She way n t havft many ehansjes of gojvns sUemay tove few hats bflt Jf Rhe tins always the1 air of beng juit spicks anUapnn she wlll aererjack charmfrOC course shejnust je almost perfection In details the eflgcfa of her skirts frfen bet shoes carefully polished ajdd bflndkerchlefv neckwear and nil hjer modest attempts at finery muat be crliply fresit This means the strictest attention Brush tag Tind pW5aingTjlIJ lake tln ei ajoil once one estiibllsliea a Deputation Cof this sort of 8notlessne83 It must be kept tp Ibcnu92 nhattiwouMBot 4ii noticed about n careless onjiaa wqujd setm dreadful untldlricss be Is jjUelji to take to laclaborafe clothes abdislm pie wayfcof wearing ht hair Purbr lows and fIloea are pot easy to teei spick and span a DeittDeWitt ta ti to Me fcr wi 4 ajw so to biw WHh Natal 31v D WWs Wilcli HaS 5Ia M ortefnal and wlf jtemak iMt O WittsisMM MtrWItdi HMMSikw M4i Mf iiiSu15 WitdhHazelAH Iioaa ch sd 8ltk8IicetI DWUti H1 Ssiv a sIc PSis HlIi- dMPNisI AQL 8IIe Cotc DoUsCitcki Em- rMt sm e QIhSrSk- tNmw SALaI PrCoc I = ti t 2 sttes14 The greatest nabori in ib the greatcajt consmnelf oLcoffce Lion C offi- s i the standard beverage fybvcrj Slate and tcrritqry ct the Lni e Its pure thats why s4j4aqS1Ionriaii THE UPPER MI8S1 SPPI TzJ1TI1atccmpare 4tver1IbIrWIflI the 1Mg xtY k jte who lies made njuyl1zqcr9m Iacl to St Louis bct 1n lb springtime or the autumn has pecnt tflb finest riverE fenery hal may be ob rO4i the fce1ceptlng that of Rhine Yet trfhavet igreat rivcrs he azon- nao the great rubber mitkf be iroo miles volume of water whatever ThQQrlnocq tP Bolivar Is n smelt odIl azon although the troleePjtjI rhIckJineits bsnk aremyitit4 Iie their densenfiss dud Ire iuficonceal all sorts oTwlld li lii aw4 pijeeplng things TW Pata wIaks- Uons from am yyes the M1ss1s51p31 thaaany1estit except that It iu teboid IXi ai charming towns nnd vIlIageerlook the Father of Wttters Tho 3nigu jdalcna of OolOnibla jtbc fourth largest river In outh kitiettcail te5SL stream that ia either VefVloxrot fry high according n Troau tjavlviijktfep ainy or Trfseasoit banks are lined With tropical forests often Impenetrable Hnd It changes t course ns often IS JtUe Ml Mivt It has a wild sott of siI ndorbut it Q4it compare with the lls r plfHfiiiijFlw epoct a- Jn uroDthe Oaaubejg noliko the MIsalMliTplfij anjgottjfirjiycr and draftis a similar eouutry The rssenger boats lire nuic uperP6c because tou- IsLptronagp For Serera centnrie the gqvcrnnents ofThe vdstl- thkgl nli1i- he ttLtItR biaTsta1t tkataia4teUs course iris now Ynpre of an h f than a natural tffjta At one pelnt- tvhore flptvW through ilBouaiijila gorge In mote trjilannh loU ssIpil tiutfrtlicr t othftlatr li t CusTa Iko d tIeM l1EtM4statt- nytnhiddy ttruwci 4ftthat ata not at attractise 5 Rhine bf coursesyajyhody kno about afi1 fOr tciwtnce ulnP Zl4 other artiflclalitttlaetloss a1iiftsa it LncbmparaW iTke s jLq ii keep w r5eI1cics grcat1y 0 v1 pt p equally to tbe plealUre KifftiSr itwins although tTjer i1 very Jlftte iiaf ural sceasfif clxi tbf jgaatij ttrc lions are the veiierabl TBrB3rt a ttrieaof tub desert 1bw1tflow3 aritt tb jfeferfHMSivvpfiferi mcntsthat line its bie If lUtik jicccmwiodatlons oeJraT l n that are ncfW found ou the Nifci coafi ha j hi Iupon tlt MlMjwI fli d Ujijf ti- managedwitli iMIikiUaul Ky the en mitch pet 44PPaIitiitiiii uiImh 4 SakW1FbeCLe RacoriIHefit a Dtaekat Uathl I ai t yoe- tauCtl 1nI vo1 ly iIibelieved 1bat alt eJtful but whi I Ioe fadJMur betititIfia eyes I ouI of cand Ggee- lasm 1thk Is th IabSYC knwaMaeppoiLa LtSwltie eiJrt Ten dear you tverec ivwqK iwwn tint ipy JeftSX a h g a a Ttee and George ee in awe yT i r I THEW9LAcDaF 7 An DR Hc LAMPiON I 4 I ii 5rpipts for roIi D6posii Bik uie bou1Th2 p En L d AtTORNEY QHce over Fcoyle PrnN6Fkr4e i iatersii hlttQn Agents j f ilowlnff described property mostly InThgton coun complete will be furnikefl oaTeqiwsn f135 acre farm ocated on tbe pike f eitktmiilea ImUI Springfield Ky new IvPO el11N newbrnt deoper acr 2 0 acre fann seven miles from Springfield near the pike aft in high state ei cultivation mostly in grass we iiimprovcd Price 83250 per acre ace r4i1esfrom Spring field near tb pike smaU house and tnsil teirnVacrea fif ceetbottom Price 30 per cre 142 acre farm seven miles from Springfield on the little Beech 30 acres ofttorn lnd poodlfmproye menta oftrery5kiRd Price 30 pet acre acre farm sixand half m lea from Springfield pnUhepi ce good improeme4 kj1aDI all in good state of ultivafion 20 acres of good creeWla tpWi Brlce f2pper acre 140 acre farm 0 miles from Spring ieid near the pike good hoteanc barn farpJtB09tlyin grass Price 40 per acre 200 acre farm two miles from Springfield oatbe pike xrell fenced f Mnd watered all in high state of cu tlo layaeli Price 35 pcracre 190 acre farin 10 mIles from Spring field 2 wiles frem iLoreLto Good I house and barn 60 acres pt bottom i Price 15000 gtl30acf fayii t three fmiles from SprlaffUld1 fifar tbevpfke on tbe Co4ty3tp farrn ail lays well and is weH fenced and watered good bouse andDarn 133 acre Yann igh C miles from Sprfngfteldi 6odfoC2iroonl house good atpcJcatoid tbbaSBo barn plenty of gl fco land PriC 52250 piractdl Oare fponehalf nIl from town moBtlySfifgrass fpleiity of gooli tobacco landfro0th hoiifie stock audtc t4 i0thlfnflfIrlmSprin- glitalVinijrass first class iin rbvements ofejkind good orchard tm i11 lays weU and un trodifQflC nice v prdom d elllnfioue1 large stock barn good v rn andal1 otheioutbjitd- Oi acret r town nice inSni house ancfMrn milk bpuse and kt iagebpuse JPrice 2000 trof good unimproved rand UrO11 2prngfieW mostly in r grass c4Op rlcre l1 aearifl six iIIesTrotn Spring 1j ii grass plenty of good good and tobacco iins Price t Q4 re farm located four mile tvn pnIng I with gop hotie- an outbuilding all oci ianwlI feued and wzitered P tceOpr i i J je Wshington Cnty- SFrntIocSaIc ia farm knowjf a the Sam ogomery farmiving on the 1hFok 21niles frbnqreXttS 4i4Q thhle from SpringtiOld and to the heirs crt 14riiel Turner frnn good pilw coniiirts UrO 28oacreso nnd 75 acres io dr i jq6ithrai1on cltos timfcerliandj the remai nder- itll frasa I has a comQrtIlJl3 lwelhinp t iiAie6P 0 rooms and is wellsup t44LiLk eeftihiflg watI r rbreForfurthEn bflSpQlYtO Neil I k- eAge1 = i Jd 1 jfresliestand Latest3 it O IandAcquistalceIOP1u t JMMJSfi fl Prebhiuil pystivey tINw- r ceryThetIiadeS4i f Fasum LShader A i It ia ry the tPeQYigar fo sale aft1i T ORArevo1i rQom nsi denEstManSL Apply to tfgtt r1suLt1tfldto kPidert only c t w urashingtonIotty sorghum at VkTbep oa Pet cigar at TOO bk1tesftc- Lthaneion athodTryjQqr lupk1 publis le or urtion dont foil tfc pjac ing from S M Campbell TEq Ladj s ofUhe jeaatiipjc hur th wjll srdinn jBirber Iuildhg next County Cpu tdayMondaya jQcJober 20 Dinuur 25ceiitsv All are inviteaT JP F HENNESSY Pastor TKp NEWSREADER i ndw prepared rto famish engraved visiting cards iivitat1ijved ding announcement etc qri ishort no1Taiid in the latest stile A liiin Jred visiljng cards Tfrith youi name pJate fof 125 M r J CSjler attended court day at EatjVille Monday andsold two Df his horses and bought one M ftiler hios sold 28 nice horses todirferent parties within the last thirty days Tie Republicans jqf the couhJy are preparing for a big rally at WiUisbbfg otf Saturday onthe occasion pf the appeaTaftcopf Hon John W yevkesT jer6 Will be a great crowd orthand TAKEN Er5pndax pctobgr IV finevj blacic rnax wi tite sttrinf- ace4OwnQr yin get same by paying for keep and for this Inoticer PETER HEH AN Maud Kyj M rsi M wyrE Mays wjdov x f James Mgyrf tfd an old and rte spested dy of Willishunj liEd at thafplace Sunday of the in j fir niitles of r6ld age The de ceas6dvas 0 V afs old ankJwas both and reared near MackviUe this c uhtyt Her mtiideiv name was Sweeney an she fiad a largeI relMfnship1in the county Ti esfle ofMIfarm and pers pal propjerty came eriy wis solclfJ53 1riTn wlthdra in ajKfi f27l35 pet acre Other pripeity such a hive skandmnhut most of itfiwas hiken d6vn the prices bpilJg cotfsqOleiTed 6y MrrirEfirady as unsaksfcjofjj 1 T ai M is Margaret Pope whoJr years has ben associated w4ih tft most fashionable dressmakers ofLoiiisville ai d who is an ex pert fleel1e Vomt Inns opened an etablishmept here and vhl beg1ad to see her Sthnds ines She httsjsLthrned ihe city sberc3 pnt t week irisearchpf cew dcas and Is rpads1o do tTjQrotighiy up t v hfteitjck lfc r VV Slii Ca mpbeH repo is r ihle coniPnsting hrgelyii1 tended but thedufiestday oK the strSet for many courts Ho re por s the follbwrn salcs One nib small mare 1 gVaj JTdrse 40 25 1 combined mare E34Va Combined horse 525P 10 head pai- odrCrit8 ycaBJJng 96per la5 J Mr tolmI ff BcownevJio re jiyio1 histarmhf LhePleas- itj Grove naigjbprbqd S boughtt of Mr Jdhnl Wcodtcxt Mn rioh61 1131 ndh- j1lgtof Lebanpn llirtls 40 Acres and js nicol roved making a very attiac home Tff wlcje paid wasj terBcrS Mk Bro Yie siy5 rt3 leang t wfierfc be wa reaied but hecoud riofcjuy a farm hpro to sfrit him W i li i n gto n ebtJnt3 jvcko II ilord1a o Ibso uc1i good people a th flIQwpeacd lit ct1nt aiiJ and thetnnopiicement of tIii inlerTdtd departure ifrtini the cotivVy wtlf bo received withro gret by Yh ir mniiy friends MrLogan Shehavaii old au d ed UlsliomuiUicre lat We ttesday of kidney trouble in the 08tb year cf iiisx nfje apt was bu rietp ar Qaltn p Ground QII T li u rs dty flleVawife and one daughter Mrs Joe Bishop to mourn lus deathS A peculiar cirauchstanccQonhectdd with tile death of Mr5hehn wws Jhat he wasburidiinttiies- me sut clofhesln which he Was married nearly 5Qyrars ago tie put bvayirtslwedatng clothes carefully injuiecliatelyj after he was marnedjand dadineverwolr tbeffl smceijefciaritjg that lie wished to save tiiem 10 be buried in and his wishes were carried out viY Shehan vasbiie of the Sheha n bcovhurs all welftknqvvn citizens i the count ranging in age Irom 40 to 74 years He is tbe tirst to die of the fiinuly of brctlieis v Miss liene Jeavdns and her company of artists are playing to good Audience at te Opera Tloue this week aid the patrons are being well repaid for attend ing as the company gives a first class entertainment ouch night They havd a repRtoire of strong plays anAAho various characters are wel cari ied but Mss Jeavons vho plays the star parts is an actress of ability rxnd training andhei support is good The special iris int cduccd be tween the acts by Jack Iryjng dancer GShnorc and LaTur sitetclj artists and especially Miss LaTour in illustrated songs tcre flue pndiaro alone worth the price of admissipn TheljuaaU ingdownof the elQctric light plant interfered with the picture machine the first twp nights hut iheyAvill be given a I right ho JbaHlJCe oftthe elr A matinee will LO siVenSanirday afternoon Simms Blandford- At BtDomin ips church Tues day n prnihg at tcn oclock Miss IfordecrriIiaiqed Hiftti M ass lliewtdaing pir t y i entered the churili toiljQ trains 6fM0ndtfJsqhnsiWfcjldhi r Match The groblui came in accompanied Jay his best man MivJoe Clem cuts and the bride by Mr Alexi Bhtodtofl a c usin of the V66ur The cotfpIowere utahltark- l Ptlioi flcujiess whoperjprmed tba ceremony in ajir tflpltSiVO manner The tirldxJ wori cloth t rivgU inguit with haluw match and carried u Hvhile ain prayer book JPuruj theservice a beautiful musical program vas rendered bysjtbii IchoijiV Thn si ging of nis VViJlii Koit as a rare tr tanhI4s l1ftiti Ci1fILIYCI Hearts and rifis the ceremohv A1erte ngtlTh the briddlpurty wj e4 riven o The hoineorl5rj evclitue a vud dingh3reakfusc wa stfrVed to- tcem and i few neiir Tylutiv s of the bvide and grpom The n e v ly yedjded couple companied by a fo v friends teV drove to Lebanon and took thot ain for Louisjdlte Avliicli jMty is tot their futuro home The bride va thd r oipjejit f iruuy beau tifnlpresenis s festiia iiibls of eyteeui from her frtends Mr 3ranvdford Jiolds a good poiiiit wiUi J M Roberta jn Norton CorpF LJuiTville anrfi4 a jiopn Jacyoun man Wjnle the biidfi iisflehdftvcritotti u gh tors 1icSaIw On Saturday October 2i 1908 I will xiffecfinvsale at public aqc tionatjlie Court House door in pilns field Kyi my residence Jjltuajieil on cOt main street in said town Terms made known von day of sale MRS MARY A NOE JAIi1lg tkikId Ys Hays AIwysBt YeUl CHILYS i EYE KG1T tEIl IC i In siglitof your iiIt Watclvont j fri fjioui s fzr tijiits a il V xvlieln lie ivacls or looks at a jp1clur ijbok liho hold i too fi jiif r loo rftr Thosp li lie iIZUt faster Ihun the ififchi Id tiiiriinny CUSPS can be oyercaineiI discovered l time11 H WSfispcitelJy lailit oa lour Brt leyjIfiiChllJrca la bujnay savolhenra lifei tiTiieCf Strain and we ik sight r pelfodts of vision never disap rpijar of their own accord and j iin most CUSPS grow worse 3 Its a duty jou owe your ch ml land we V 3 roil umViG you f IDaTCIAAE Cs1k RUSSELL Main St xSpr irgfthj Kyi FclAL Mr C N Cooper who has fbeenVery ill is improving Mr jlw C McQhord was in Louisville tho first of the week Mr A H McGhord is lure from VVihchestn ilfis weol Mr IJred Grigsby who has lypliuid fever is improving Miss vi1nry Brovvne spir js Vthr1JdIys in Lebanon last week MrsJ C VanNatiaotShelbyf villo s visiting her sifter Mrs M Jones vi rs vj cum KO janq ja rs Wrtltetield vf Kloomfieldj re vis ting drs W M Durretj Mrs Leonard Rabafais who has ben visiting Mrs T M Simms and Miss Wathcn has returned toher hsme in Lcuisiaua Miss Sadie MonUjopery of PreasaLnt fiill Mo is a pleasant guest at the hone of Mr ind Mrs John S Yankey near tOwn Kelly Hagan ho lias beet sick for some time rlr lie critically ill at the Hosnital at iLcbanonvall hopes of his recov ery given up MissesEHa aiiid Kate Shaunty anJ Sallie Ross of Fredericks town attended the Teachers Ai socmtion at Horse Cave and went on the ti1pto MnmiriQtff Cave Mrs Byron Cioftke aid Vfr Eflie Shirley have returned frpni a visit to friends in Harrodsburg Mrs T W SiuimSjJr has returned from a vis t so frendi at Bardso n Junction Mrs Nellie K Thurman and datigher Mary Logan who have bon in St Louis for several hicmths came in last voekJ Messrs iES Mays W C Me Chord M LSearcy2lTiM Grundy TIScott Mayts are among the lOcal masons who attenJed the masonic celebration in Louis villo this week jCKir Alox Jiianford a Washing ton county bcJyvhphas been living in Louisville lor SQveral years came up to net as bust tn n atrthb Banford Simms wedding Am ng tlie teachers find theii friends fivm SpringtiQld ifto at tented the moctijig ofth1e Fourth Congressional Teiicher Ass cIa tion at Horse Gave lust week und wfyo visited Mmnmoth CaAC wyre the flluxving Qiuiity jupfrii tiiient J Bush and wit MssBSMttuiU Allen Flo a AjudU Edn vicL uglilin Annit SlaybroMke viuyiKi jCImentv iLydiit vcEifoy Regna and He tie Rudu Riia Ya key J rnnitt Nduqau Laura hiyitley Aniifc May Ociborne P of and M s vVYs3 tailings and Hurr aNan T J Mr athfsI s Rxabcntson BbokJ er of Littt Rock Ark arriveul here StiLur jiynJ ht 1lora visitfl oreiatiycsXi Wr ISobker is a grandson rf of ciptimy Clerk W 1i fri of jlhis pliicp being a sun of the mtu Horace Uooken and Mrs Mnii Rybortson Book er wlu jvi1e both born ard reared in Sprit held Mn and JMIV Btioker are on their bridal ton r Thiy were married al Li tic Rock cm Octi 7th and have been to Chioaao and othei point5 Mrs Booker was Mis Beverly Wcoci daughter of c prominent merchant of Lilllc Rock Miss Lucy S lecraan enter tamed Mr and Mrs Robertsor H Booker of Tattle Rock Aik at an eiglit course dinner Mondaj evening Thecolor scheme o the dinner was white and greet hid was sucoessfully carried ou in the decorations as well as iin the coursef Those presen were tv cs lames Robertson H Booker and Edwin Carlisle Lit sey Misses Anna McChditcl Bettie Irvine Sadie Mae Lucy Selecman and Mearrs Robert w1ii-i SCHOOL GIRLS and BOTh I L18TKN TO EUrS t Wcf are giving away a largn size M riling tablet nut pencil or if you pre leia bottle off ink ami pen with etveh LP2HR OP SHBMS1X- 7 sell OU thei bes L SIoand1Ibierto be hjad in town vf91 less money thafi 6OU pay for same elsewhere andmak articleforIf you dont need a Pair f Shoes we will give the above named presents witheach purchase of l4or over foi CHILDKM WEAR ONLY We have a 1are Stock of Boys and Gi ls Under wear nd Hoi ryvV show it flICi line of Misses and ChildreMS Clbaics ve have in stock a large assortment Dress Goods for Gills We imndle the celebrated jykes jttrshlaum GhblhA ina lor Boys Full line of cap for both boys and girls Honor us with a can aid oblige N Your Friend N N ROBERWiBROS 1u1 H HOBO FFtaIrtiti Bti tocate SPRINGFIELD K son H liookcr Iijdwih Carlisle Lrse Joe Claybrqoke Paul S uth Georg Wharton and Will i Se1ecrnn I Notice i j All persons holding tickets iii rngg contest wilL p1aseprc s Hit them personally on Novcm tcr2d the dzfy on which the siVeral prizes are ito be awarded Io tickets will be pcqpptecl cr counted in the contest niiles f evented by some member qf t IG fumily from whom lhe eggs avo been Deceived No tickets tll be allowed m eggs after 5 c clock Saturday afternoon Oti er31st Anyon4 holding bor lowed UckdtS or who mav Have i pggs4nai need mt presefat thorn is thuy will not be tounty under anycir ouiiistances None but the tick etst icceived by ou on del ff t 6fyburown production cf e ps- jviU be allowed iiChe contest Vs- Advprtised in the beginning f IM IT JONEs 4PublicSaIe I will sqll publicly on my farm ftear tyiriiriis Washington county Ky on t WEDNESDAY NOV 4 joos lit 10am thd followirg prop erty 25 head of yearling and 2 year old steers cows 12 bead ytarlingand 2uar old heifers 4 yearling mutes 2 jjparlin cols 7 mares frpin 2 to 10 years old one 2 year old mule 8 3year Old imules 2 young borses1 aged stud jj 2 year old jacks I25so y3 sljoats and pigs One iivii axle Ing wagon 1 2horse wagon Deenng bindjer i mdvcer 1fT ricrse tread powi1 corn shelter 1 disc drill j 1 dic fiarrvxc 1 leveling harrowl 1 whedb fan spring wacon bopgy and buclt b Hitl plows huries hops nd till s ch imp rnenl asJu i u dO on first cliss farm Is j 4 ridlcs clever hay houtselmld an kitflhe turn tuiv TERMS AllsujnsofSlOor less cash for sums tjvet lO acreJti yi 6 mQntlv ecued b uote with pjuove4pV r4pa s c irits Meotrablan payable at Marion iinUupal Bnk L bauoii Ky bearius p per cit interes tfrotr date of sild W Ly ITTJU farms for Sale We have a number of gnrd fat in for saO it renspnubU price All persoi btxvhg rea1 estate for sale or desiring to par chjivQ whit find ii tr their ndviu tiy io give usja call Pr nipt perswi A eijion siven to all Business placed in our hands Searey Ncikirk Real Esthto Agehts Springfield Ky qdice ov n Robertson Bros tft Notice 1ojpaers A1l ta aycr I Washington county re r by o sfledibat- taseaN py tho year 1903 re now due and prompt settlement of same is requested Also all per sjins wing buck taxes will take notce that f sama arE not set tied at onca they wi lae prp cePded against by law BYRON CROAKS Sheriff of WaKliingou Otiinty tf H Election Call Apti i Ft signed by mo e than LAyeniy qualitied Voters of teM apky il I v gtiiig precinct No GJ of hingtuV county havJng tHen jnlKd in tfe County Tourt o f sa id cokn y more th an GO d asbefore the regular November el ction 1903j askjng asubmis s on bf the qtsion wheth r stock jshaU be permitted to run atlaroo in said voting precinct nd the fiscal cprrt avingdir ectca this day that the vote Upon s aid questibh shall betalvjgn Ay voting precincts it is oraefod that Ute Shcrltl of Vashfngron count shall open a poll at he next Regular election hel l in said voting precrrvct to wit on NoV vembfcr 3d 1903 to ascertain the wish pf the vourspf said voting questionII to rip at are in said yoUng alvertseltI1CGppy Attest w F KooKEii Cik In Obedience to li above or jder I hereby giveS notice to the voters of thi Mackville precihci No 6 that the polls will he open d11fcvsto whetVierjpr not they wish fsadIG19ti3 BykoK CROAICES 0 r A Cure For Dyspepsia had Dyspepsia m its vc rat f rm and felt miserable most all of jtht tinieT Did not onjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspedsla Cure tthlclt completely cured theIr t W Saylor HilHaril Pa No appstttr iCR8 of rtrengtli ijervousnesy headchc constipation bad breath sour risings Indigestion dyspcpsbiahd all atou ach troubles are quicklycured by the ijse of Kbdcl Kol ol reproacnts thenat iiral jtticcBjOf digestion Combined vifh the greiteit kijovvn louic and recon sffuctive prcpjBfticH It cleonses pu rifics and awectens the nteniAjch Sold by C J Haydon1 IJia Riug cut an exUtcncc Is jus wltat any nujnbtr of people are dqlng tncy Scarcely ever have a well day alt 1compIaili at sit time They are treated bv the family puysician aid possibly have used numc oiti reinedter yeft icy do noj get well To nil 8uib perse na GAYtfBA is especially rcr onimeu Jed for tho chajices ar j large yti eok rausc of their troublo is from disordered Uidneye if GAY UUA is the reai dy Sold by WoodVe Campbell b ca t or 3aiscJexPfcoplo somctfuiQs Jose tlielr noscabj dieise or by nccMeiits and some have lost hem ift vriir For noseless person tlH most ni ivropriate organs nresalc to b6 anadc or wax and the bet ones coal about JJ75 tholish a really good pnp can be vot for T5 A nose made Of papftr ma lio may be bought fo 5 JSQJS made of tib jnatqrinl nrcvenam jslcd and a td6ceptlvc und for a poor man thty arb UU to nnsvror all the purpose tiiatare required Waxen and pupor nbsoa areln case of dlicase Krcfppable to thosQ made by the plant Sng of flesh on the diseased parf ftjf several eases Lye been known wliere HK trnnsplantini of the fresh of thrf nose has endangered tneui lives Los donTftt t riirhi Until tlieHna Life can bemads a succtJ It Is riOt a incstlon of cirmbhi Above poverty jt la a Motion of understanding lifel tjumaiiy of us huv been Iud away and raKe5nhtudibyjVhat turn out to lx phantoms and fftlSe gods Wo have had to yluvt Lack and begin over ngufn jiud light nlong Tghtust tcemen dous odds and yet with nhl that lire eon tb made it success for snccoss con t alsta Iii doing right In doing the best you can with what you have of years I of experience of sorrotvfc of chances of joys and of hope Tight until the end Schoolmaster T I7 firaro najjl Brnlnr The iifan marry must be both f brave anti brnlny When we wore out Calling and upset I saved you front a watery grave f That was brave Iddmlt but It was hot brainy Yes it wA upset theboat on par poseLn V1dPi1rlsteqnc A txc pf Nerve hil to see yOUfl 1na1 aod able to4ush fiimsolf said the old hanker sadly BntTvheji he borrowed the money frdm toe to buy on ziutoiflOI bile Ju which to elopo with my dnugb ter It wa earring things a little too i IM1araI e G U r e ijSpepsIa dumb ague = Now Seasollahie Goods 1 NAT ICunflinoham Oncns DiesJcc Goods in b1ac and fancy ibe1ine Black rndCo1oredc Chevjots Mixed Suitiugs Black and Co1ored Broad i1Othsa11 colors of Tiicotsqr INewest Tllinglini Waistin Woniens Misses add ChuI dreas Cloaks Ladios Dress al1great assortment ol Rres 5 trimmings and Dress hutthis jOur istock of Underwear aid Furnishings are iiire co piete than ever before j SSS i i SHOESWo are better equippedViiifootwea Viittnt any previous season We sill Pthe following celebrated makes Ml KiippendoifDittrnan Co Ladies fiw S1loe This firm s ts ha stylos all others ftk1ow4 In 1Jeiis Fine Shoes we htlll4lle iaBns3 MfOoafl1 11 A Pckard Us We giiaiantee Pa kard8 Pet v Kid and pat CbU None44ire better none more sty1ish 1Voai- agents foi Rice Hutchins Vnter Icing Shoes ey iiy pair warranted to flf turn water X v V vR CLOTHIISKSW- B I T are showing this season the famouM Schlss Bros Clothing also sell tfte CeIebted Wellworth foi Men atf Prfectionfor Boys 1Fyouare in need of a Suit or Overcoat we can aftcf will save you money f X Yours Very Respectfully tr t unuillghair ty Dulloan1S tS ISIJOMN S McELROY fiPNERAL INSURAN Ajt tiife Ffire arvd orrdq OFFICEOVER PEOPLEENk1ir During my absence from onicdTW F or George NeikirK wj atttnctio any ine for me Jr T The Zubta Drdc lloro a iiJ6turda ue Incidentin Ihe jluba wedil i rinun The bride goes to stream r veIl neaT by with her pljchr r ami ayins lillrd It raises It albft ion lat head tauly m It with her liand TheJuMcgrooui cbmcf behind as she ttrfiwj 1omCwrtl antI resttnjr bp hatydqnj herlahopldenshoots itn arrow loat the p tfh hi Ti Jiit Af lift etii tt1eil1l tonittl hltrtt lifted niyii jhic briie tluin wallosr M whersrthe armw lieu and plokn it uiv with her foot atll balancing the pltchei ou her hend fTransferrn It grace fully to her lihud shin rosMresJUb lb brldegrooia tjifls showing that she can perforiii Ler domoatfc duties well with hand and fut at his service He lu turn by shooting1 the arrow la front ol her hnasho vn life ability to protect hQr and clear her ptftb of any daac t that may bet It 4Qavr IJof Dagonet la tile Jleferce itellsn story a t two little girls who wOre trying tq explain what sort oft log It was they haajseen 8411 one little jglrllt fAtf one of those tinny ones you ktibnrtto onos llHit nrea dog mid n halt iouuka l built n hOgbtlL Said thfotter j inuVt know The sort itz4 a Ooi itonly bntotk logs but tGoS k W It ought t iteMIx It may Dagoiwtto ker o faIry apt de tlon thut nbltc efaltawi man beard applIed tatue4JU4Mnnd h i 13 with the rtouis XIV las I f 189 FronfuLOVJ1 TArk masOk4a Pons sad afm VIA TIiV 6r uA- HhNDRBZN4Oll1PATJQL OCTOBER 20103B- IUIN L1MITJ1 DA- XAk UI kr informatfonS EMWOW C LQAflI 1PAahL vihin1S 4ilwiSGe rI P4NgrAgeptI- OtriLif1 Ky I 73 Cirr 34tA 14 Ga- Tio Laaaflui 9uWp Tib- e Vestri6tb woe ro3iIutocurv Wj1iasig- utri DnvaLh ku5- 5L aiiy HI ss- he frnoiz HttIois Washington Letter rbsfoe tb it easion NOV ofonel by the rLtI Mt Tt4T It is Mtfetioftlly oertetfa that the b hbe 4vote4 Delusive 00krt6on of the ealrMt1 and to j 0blpM AaMrican treaty jjiis bMQ aiJried by wMetor at Peking and th Present will proba Lt t at ODC e to the Senate t irUlbeDO tnaacial legis pdi4sny Joeuef in that th 1bhaiII MM coea from Secre 4aw Who is quite willing I Jw and uniu- siIpewers wbtea he clain wttM head of the Department ItseemsYL ry I Ifcti bUt wi1i pass which 4Mtbs treaty with Cubb It yt The beet luchariin I bare ltbirw iumr4aaa the independent c ewrwbo OppoSf ria the duty on tobac ground that it aids th 1aie6OWM the Havana IsIsst will be unable to canst enjr veal ofcrtrnclioo The ses atom yroealeet lobe a very liyely efemV JIL i thcDeas the dis lI f treaty will give th i1nac1lace to luk tariff au4 s believed that much timt wUite oonawced in making de I MI toty speeches whichi are I a by the ppo5ition foi o =MptK o Althougb mMvKy be many debates on A republicans are ft shall be nc in the extra JMjpriar mieskm oJ Congres pMIts in the House of Rep es e tatlvei are to be contested aeflltb cein are all prepared tc WycsoaKd to the committees M soon as they as they are ap SAted t 6eU are to be con tested by representatives from Oosora4o Jlusach se ts Call tortk Tennessee North Caro Hspa vpklaboa1 Pennsylvania NesMari and two from Soutli Cisi4siiis The contestants fro- maua seventh districts olf are republicans oofertd Bttti who will contest Ie it4 thcembcrats ITmelr ekirn are substantially iW stte namely that while forty ire per J1tpf the w hit Tee was countedles than two f yeroent of the republican colored weihecs ws counted The case of K dk Carolina likewise involves tb laws in the Southern states which have for their purpose a HdUjPtisabf the colored vote Herbert H D Pierce Assistant Secretary pi heis visited a large numbei Jutted Stiles Consulates in t to see wbat changes be made In the interests Htvkse His report has ytbea made public but in iJaWrtkw h tells some of the imsndations he williniake I JsJs Tery essential thai our sboi1d be paid by salary J andjall notcriall lees WxSlo 1 the government Musatkxi to consuls in most shoaWbe larger All Hit t deputy consuls should icam citizens as such an position should not be d to foreigners The rrrtittcition of invoices iis yTeryiiuporta nt matter esp c Il4fl we consider the Inc i iac of our protective tariff roretnrcould be expec U The StartInintrkd life ilgeEerally lut ow aeon i many tb wife 1oes the a Idei i face aad fails sr habsd growa even sud gs cue foc this wifely 11 Ithefailareofthe WbRthere ii irregu I y sa beltky drain infiamm- akiler wakneis the bwi is iIRirdu I reWeMiN wIIo cr3e cutoa- M iakeu of Dr Pierces PKIIGO ow feel fully war tmsd Is os1g to psy oo in legal 7 t Unitid Statsmor any case vbs Fle Wskeu Prc- l al Wouiib which they c Lfl they uk is a fair and i4 si4sI e th ens 01 cure seu o I wrote y fcc seiI cNI J Ptbr of DIaM- w to use Dr Perccs Dii T Tb ia Medl MvI- in NstrceJ1resr-Aof4inps to pny epe ci nail Addrs Dr P iate- l MIS CECELIA STOW Ontor fatre Koos Clab Xtrren Avenue ILL Oct 221902 1esrly foul Years I suffered ovarian trou ilea The doc jar ini ted an operation as the 6Ij way to get welL It however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened u well as for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at Afriendlydruggistadvisedki Carduifor me to tzy and be did so Ibegantoiiaproveinafewdayaand myreooTerywasv apid With- ini eigbteea weeks I was anotbfct being tLW Mrs Stowes lletter shows every issaddepecibyfemaZeea1cnesanhowcompletely Wine of Cardni cures that sick tiessalidbrings health and happi ness again Do not go w suffer tocayIol Cardoi WIN UI Cfltlare invoiced at their proper value One of the most serious prob ferns which confronts uurarmyI Its that of desertion During the last year 4667 soldiers or nearly 3 per cent of the entire enlisted fore deserted The percentage Jf desertibn has shown i2fit in ireasefrom 43 tif59 or 37 percent I Discussing the subject Cnspector GeneralIG H Burton 3ays It Is the opinion of this office that there is no real cause in the part of the government for the desertion of a single soldier In tact no soldiers in he world are as well lcd clothed housed and cared for as curs The principal cause for desertion in the Department of Texas are the lark of amusements and recreation at isolated frontier posts the close proximity q fthe posts to a foreign country affording a near arid safe retreat fox deserters and the abolition of the canteen feature of thd post exchange causIng the establish ment of numerous low groggeries in the immediate vicinity of tbe osts where no restraintcaii be sept on tIle soldier and where IrUnkenness and gambling are encouraged until the soldier becomes so deeply Involved that he deserts to escape thecpnse ice JIThe General believes that the best cure for the epi demic of desertipn would be the removal of the limitation of two years as the time in which a de serter may be punished and the atiQ1prionIn s han two nor more than five cars In a militar prison like that fiirmerly maintained at Fort Leaven worth It has been pointed out however that the better plan is torremove lie catises rather than to iinflict savere penaLties in the hJpethat the soldier will emaiu in the army as the alternative off the risk of incurring them The soldier who serves the country through fear of punishment otapitt oe a very good one High Prices For Relics A Richmond Paper says The sale of the personal property of the late C M Clay has been cone eluded The many articles brought fabulous prices It was largely attended by curio hunters from many places and bidders ought oVer eacb article Almost evervthiog exposed for sale waS of historical value A famous pair of candelabra and a center piece was bought by B J Clay of thisplacei fcr 200 A favor ite picture of the late Gen Clay wjas sold to EF Clay Jr of Piiiris jfoi 100 A vase brought frW Russia sold for 75 A bust of Horace Greeley by Joel T Hart brought a large price A handsome oil painting and land cape scene that had been in the Ulay family for many years Was the source ot a battle among the bidders and was knocked down to LiR Evans of this place at a high figure The dining room furniture brought flOO Chairs commanded 50apiece Four mirrors brought OOand the tile of other things brought prIces accordingly The library ompos d of rare and valuable yolames brought high prices ifad were sold mosly to the lam ilj and Hall Jackson of Cincin 11 DAtJ The entire ptr nality iKWftftabout 15000 l Mbli yri r c I 1 w rTired at 9 am+ l Sleep does not rest Food does not taste oodSi1apenergy ambitionall gone What is needed is a goodjood tonic One that will create an appetite fyelp digestion strengthen invigorate 9and iinduce soun attdnrestfull sleep People thus ailing should try WALTH- ERSPEPTONIZED PORT The pepsin corrects the overworked digestive organs The port keeps them in this condition The corritiinatipn oof Damages In the suit for damages of Chester Greene against JA Thompson Chief of Police and Ben A Wilson Station house keeper for false arrest and false imprisonment Green wasaward ed by the jury a verdict for 9999 Green was arrested a year or more ago and imprisoned for selling articles by sample for Cincinnati concern within the town limits against which practice there iis a city ordinance Green was arrested and fined fot- violation of thiis ordinance and refusing to pay J the fine was im prisoned Hence the suit 1Enterprise THE 1OrMi T8EATHENT FleshFormlns Food In Tablet FOrm That Increases Fleah Guaranteed by Wood Campbell The discovery of Miona tbe re markable tleshformingfood that buildA up good healthy solid flesh and makes tbLness and scrawniness a thing of the past has revolutionized medical practice in certain lines Its power 10 do all that is claimed for it was so clearly proven to Wood 4 Campbell that they hive sold Miona with the understanding that if it failed the purchase price was to be refunded Wood Campbell cei tainly shibited courage in taking up this inethrd of selling Mlona bat the results have fully proven their judgment that the Miona treatment for ototnach trouble emaciation general weakness and run efficaciouilland Miona possesses healing and soothing qualities that make it Especially valuable in cases of chronic indigestion and dyspepsia Two or three tablets taken each day in onnectionwith the regular food prove ita true flesh formerAll many a woman lacks to be positively pretty is a little more flesh on tier foce To look haggard or not fat is never becoming The use of Miona will curO this defect With every SOC box of Mina that Wood Campbell sells they will gtv a written promise to refund the money if It does not give an increase in flesh attd restore strength What a trifling cost this ialf It makes yon well if it fails the expense i absolutely noth lugwJ WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if tuere lb any person who has ussd tireens August Flower fur the cure of Indigestion Dy pep sia and t1 ver Troubles that has not been cured and we also mean their insults sucb as sour stomach fermentatIon of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon dejt feelings sleeplessnessin- fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in nil civilized countries and we wish to correspond wfih you and send you ono of our books free of cost It r never tried August Plowerj try a 25 dent bottle first We have never Ifnown of its faiUnu If so so mething more serious iis the B tlnrwltn you Th25 cent hts jest been introduced this te r Regular sizQ75 cents at ariirxist II 0 G Gri- OrIosU lIlItO eoeds Incendiary Fires tofiretsbible but tle6revls ext n41shefl before any headway was gained A stable Belonging to Mrs Lavinia Mu1lihsrand situated in the northeast pait of town Avas completely destroyed by fiirelast Saturday night The building was tilled with provender et Mrs Mullins loss wiU reach about a hundred dollars TIe fire was undoubtedly of incen diary origin 4Bardstown Stan did It Was it SncccsH A young lady Who engages largely in chnrch and iiulssloii worl was recently the moving spfrlt in soiiie niuntir atricais whIch were got up in tie into est of a deserving local CharitY Tic entertainment was billed and the pe formance was duly given But soiiie how or other no Notice was taken of t In the local newspapers A few dajs later a friend suet the young lady In questlcn when Ihe conversation turned to the theatricals Was the cntertainmenta success I should think it was replied tie lady with a smile Why we got over 100 Is that so said the friend Than you must have had a large audience Well no slfe replied We on y took 150 at the door but father gave us a check for 100 If we would rom- s never to dolt agalut Joseph Press cotlnna JnlinJ A highland waiter once refused vo serVe Max ORcil at dinner and wluh reproved explained Its no to beet pectod that a self respecting Sootsmn could serve him with cccVeeUt Didnt hisitwcfok to the IHlf b cause our fjet were too Icrge to gDlt through trousers St James G i zette 0 J Wlicre the XViJrSrCitrac In xDAUpcr I r6juy got i25 for that painting vO FriendWelli r1dldritput much work pnlt DAnber Vljiijtl guess you nov r saw nie trying t9 sell it Philadelpli a Xledgor CuredAt 70 of Heart Disj r During ease ContractedJJ Veteran Grateful Dr fflle Heart Cur Effected Cure Heaitdlicojt ii runiile ut in pioplc advanced elt does not readily lend Itsd to urdinaty treatment There U however hope for nil safTereis in 4r MilcsIIean CurS which we know from AvaUhinj hu dreds of eases and from theletters of gratef sufferer will cure where all else has faile It is not onlll1 wonderful cure for weak ar d diseased hearts but it iis a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the hiott effective treatment ever formulated for provinz the circulation of the bipod JDiirinff the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the crai d old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there with my wife to visit n y sisterinlaw Mrs T A Kirbat Roanok r Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to Ii eto return to the dcaroid brit On reaching Kirbys she insistddi I should try Dr M ilL Heart Cure 1 prp cured a few bottks it al o the Nervufe and Tonic After using one or two bottles 1 could see no improvement and 1 desprcd of ever beiI1g better but my faithM wif i sisted on kecping it up winch I did jim oqkIYC1fsoldtI sir arc n DCnefactor and I cheerfully recoin- mend Dr Miks ueut Cure to siiffing- httmanityJ L SLAUGHTER SataMVa i An draM xU and guarantee first bttte- Dr Mil edits send for free b4ck- on NeJci Heart Diseases Adds pro Mild qit Nl Co Elkhart lad i giv s strength to I the whole system Two sizes 50 cts and 100 THB WlLTHTJBpEPTOJnLZED POUT P1tbnrgh P- 1jaie Bj J bGbiJi HHYDON- PharmacistI It E TERN L FEMiN NE Womanly Sympathy Sot IntellcctH nut y counts at Lad I got another glimpse of the eternal feminine recently says a Washington physclitiiaud I shall iievcr again express surprise that men of admitted in tellect should marry women who are got ther mental equals Among my patients for the last few weeks in Cact until he died was a man of re markable ability and character The case had boon in the hands of another doctor and when I tool charge I saw that there was little hope of recovery The illness was complicated and I will wnfess difficult of diagnosis anti It was not until shortly before the fatal termination that all the symptoms de veloped The patients isle was a little vb man whom otc could best describe by the term sweet I never saw greater devotion displayed in the sick room Her anxiety was pathetic her watch Cut cure unceasing arftl I grew to looli up to her nut I nevef could explain to tier just what was the matter with her husband although after I really found out made the most perspiring efforts to do so How io he today doctor ata would say in the most pathetic fashion The first time she put the query I went into details by way of explanation Tito danger from pneumonia has dimiulshcd to a certain extent I said Jbut from the heart action I notice err tain symptoms of carditis which give very Uttle svouJs for hope Then I would continue to cxplalitftlje trend of the disease so simply I thought that a child could understand lt When Icon eluded she nodded lintelligently rind said Jn a manner so pathetically sweet that my heart went out toher U1 uudcvstand But doctor how you think he Isi J I groaned inwardly and made som rorlr holrtng out little hope and nev or again attempted to go into detail But as I watched her during the trying days until the odcane I forgot al bbut J cr failure Jo comprehend1roy explanation l forgot everything in fact osccjit that r was a witness of that wonderful lepth of affection cf which the feminine nature alone Is ca pabla and it would have made no dlf rorence to nlo if she had not beets able to say her alphabet I honored her ai my equal If not my superior Wash tlOgtoaPost r THINGS NOT TO DQ To contradict joiir frienda when they arespeaking 10suy smart things which may hurt ones feelings It is bad to make remarks about th food at dhin rcTp talk about thEigswbIcbonly lnT terost yourself C To grumble about your homo nndrel itives to outsiders To speak dsrespectfulIy tA nny one older than yourself To be rude to those who serve you either in sop or at home To dress shabbily in the morning because no one will sss you To think flrst of your own pleasure When you art giving a party f TO refuse ungraciously when somebody wishes to do you a fayor To hchavo III n street ear or train as If no ono else had a right Io fcr tbere ida To Coot Deef tcalr fI All b Cfwaka null chops should ha ltrhlkl wMcot having a fork cluck Into tern lunctirea nlZbw tht juice to esojrpe Heefsteaks td cliops sLould be dipped for a moment lute boiling water just befov being cooked This contracts and closes the surface enabling it to retain juices Bcafsteaka for the family abould be cut oho and a quarter inches at one edge and taper In thickness to half an inch at tha oih er This when cooked enables the can er to serve rare medium or well dose portions as desired The rdund ot ten der beef cuts well flavored steaks It is much cheaper than the loIn and It properly cut and cooked is equally good Before dipping In scalding water make several through and through cisors thrccolnchcs long tit regular In tervals in these insert thick slices of kldaey ft or suet Dip rrtd broil over wood cools if possible If t ciocanupt be Ld teat a trying pan re y hot nad butter It place the ate kr In It coTt rind cook quickly over 5 bet fir Dt Jmt ri 7 w 1 ANCIENT COFFEE ThIS Wt1le era ewI Itxthe CTemteeatk Ccmtmry There arc in existence In BWnln a tew copies of an andeat cookbco published lit 1562 that give whlltls perhaps the first English redp for coffee The recipe reads To make ihe drink that la oojf muck used called coffee The coffee berries are to be osgl at any Druggist about seven shilling the pound Take what quantity JOB please and over a charcoal fire in as old frying pan keep them always itir ring until they ilbe quite Wack aK when you rack dna with or1eeUa that it Is blA1thinsttJa idthovt yet if you exceed thotf dO7 w He the Oyl and l lesgthen wllllt not tie liver its Qyl nd 3f iyaa ahoold tinue fire tin It be Vhlte It rlD aMa make no coffee hut only give you its salt rent and force through a laijfn sieve Take clear water and boll onethird of It away nnd It t fit for use Tak one quart Qf this prepared water pti t in It One ounce of yflur prepared deeand hbll it gently one hour and it is If for your use drink onequarter 9t pint as hot as you can sip Jt It doth abate the fury and sharpness of tt Acrimony which is the gender of te DiseaseS called Cronlcal A Coming Lawyer A young lady teagher In aWest Phil adelphia kindergarten thinks that tba has discovered a Fhlladeljl bia Ww yer in embryo She nude Ufe discov crt in one of the exercises Incident to tOrching the oung idea how to c uat After drawing five ones on the black board and writing beoeat the fv successive num ernlfoue two three four five together With apainstaking verbal explanation she Attempted to test the understanding of the11ttleonea by turning to one bright eyed little fel low had putting t questions Now Donald which would you rather have five pennies or a ivecit piece Five pennies Donald promptly re plied Why Donald asked tbe teache patientlyh Because said Donafd you see it you lost one of the pennies youd hay four left and even It you lost four joud have one left but if you lost ue five cent picw why it would aI be gbneevcry pennyl Philadelphia Ledger Tie Charm of the JiUalaclppl To novice eyea a trip down the MlasI Bippl Is full of Yonder Not the beau ties of the Hudson does one find nor the castled turrets of the Rhine nor the gay pageants of the storied Thames nor the gentle loveliness ot that small stream that graces tka mountain region cf North Carolina O thrice fair Swananoa bnt a beauty 1t7Own has this wonderful Missis vtnkb on Its serpentine way pearly Lake Jtasca to the blue waters of the Mexican gulf traverses 2010 miles of territory Its legends and traditions its great flush times be fore the war its spectacular blstorji may all be learned from some gusts old river man who will gladly give full measure of his Ipre There is a dhano In the vas strejtcbes pfforestJn the loneliness of tbegreat stream Father of Waters in iis mightiness end supreme length itg sunsets endue sun rises Sports Afield Gi1nJa Smakiag- In Jamaica ganjah a variety cf Indian hemp is mfitedby ell classes with terrible results It is stated that it was this weed that was used by tbJ tenders of the Indian mtdny to drlva the sepoys Into the passions of raging Banla which they exhibited durlnj that campaign Qanjah smoking af fects the beglnn r in a peculiar way While under Its Influence his Msevj of time sound and distance are oblit crated A single mt may seem a mouth a iVxilds voice sounds like thc rattle of nacblne gun and alittls Qqgcr may seem a mile Joni Con tinned use says the SpatuUt causes cataleptic fits arid eventually IflloeJ or raving homicide madness u Small narcca 1 The geologists tell us that tbe or bippus tbeancestbr of the noble how of today was but little larger tbaA the common rabbit of today Hd that earl bad sixteen toss four oa each foot the same as the cattle of today After Ute lapse of ages this slxtean hoofed equua shed atoa br hoof from eacb foot and thus became a twelve toed aois al The sixteen hoofed variety aro first found in the eocene period of geologic at epochs Uis onlyby labor that thought can be hcaltby and only by thought that iiihnr cnn lip midi happy RiufciB = 01 WOrlds Best Medicine PAINES CELERY i COMPOUND Has Made People WdLWhu Every Other Ktiwdy HM Med Paints Celery Com un4J cures disease It has saved the fives of thousands ofsnf efen It has made the Weak trpag tigofoos ted hap y 1aines Ce iy Compound purifies the bfocd nothiaglscc gircr and health maker Overworked and tired women stand in ur gent need of this health giving prescription make and keep tbemwel All women Mofid take advantage of the reaafkable power of this best o medicine for restoring vigor to the systeMEheand sleepless women is that Maines Celery ompol1ndJstH whole physical systet tad lycorrecting digestion and reguklwc the nerve it insure sound refreshing sleep la every doe of sickness Paines celery Cow pound completely and rrmaoefily briegs back health Mrs Mary Mj Myee BM more 0hiosavedbyPainesCcleyCopovad- fiet the failures of jUe phpidaBSjrfMt Miy mItes as follows v 11 suffered for eight years with MCCM prostrati nand the general debility cta nn io women anti had such pains fe aqr hack that I could not getaround the house I ei several remedies and consulted several ot the cit phyricians withourobteining say ssief Paines Celery Compound restore Ii ne to Health It IahaWutt say to all motheis that Pajses Cclary Coapwad fa a spkudid aM fotnkddej A Dlarnoixtl Dyes 4J icafclnr- Irh to U 0 rr YA11raJIB W J im te tor rer 80 years beus thi fliuiaM baa b4oi rtit 1 1 i4 = ilj ii 3tc L3M JMltt Jaittf mi ll 4 saAgsr l I iQ fWt 17 JIii Jjk iaits cAstotACMJ k arsus Ill tj gene DnM aa dipm IIItWtallY aekbsr Op ir4 of R bitan Ju1a Its gWSs f tJIrilloa = It tWin Dli 4fCteHc It Tmrs Tiii CfiW1Itll a Prq It t PiJ Mk aM gig bkhy ranlt CML Pssa Thstiv Jllt NUINI CASTORIAI A 3KrR th N I Ltc1t The KIM rofHite Always 1 In Ut For Over 80 Yssxsf ll 1IIC1t 5VS5 I CAUTION Thislsi not jfentle word aiw- hen you think hojw liableI yom are not to purchase the oly remedy universally kacwa aid a remedy that b4 had tie largest sale of any medicine it the world since 1863 frfr tbs cure an treatment of Jonsumptioa sal Throat and Lulng troubles with out losfbg its grat popularity all thee yimri you will to tbamk ful we called your attention to- Boschces German Syrup There are so many Ordinary ciugb- reajedies madeby druggists sal other that ate cheap aid good lor light colds perhaps bat for severe Couglis Bronchitis CrOiipnd especially for Con sumption where there U difficult expectoiaOQ and coughing during ihe nights anti aoriiigs there is nothing like Gertian Syrup The 25 cent size has just beta introduced this year ljRegular size 75 pants At all druggists C J Hatdoi THE UPPER MISSIMWK Tlp i1I nI Coparen EavralIyWkk tkcj Biff Rivera of B rtlu t Rcwbohanm1dezvoya5eftUtP- aul to 8t Lojuls by boat ta the springtime or thcautndii has sees tha finest river scenery that mar W eb- t served from tie deck of a steamer cx- t ccptln0 that of the hudson IJ1IItM Rhine Yet few ijeople art ajraretf the pleasure and beauty seek a Wp 1 have floated doa a fIr all t the great ivjzra Tbe AJiaa oa from Jia flees the grctt rubber aarket aiavt 1500 miles from 4hc s4t U a vast agly volume of vratMf without iy Wa vruateTer The Crimoco fefca CMUi Bolivar U a small edJftwi ot tW AM Laos although the trtpaf Jttoitot khTch line Its bonks air yferit te their tenseness and fre avppeaed to conceal nIl aortof wild beaaU aai creeping things The Parau irMtki lows frosa Paraguay d wn peat JaM moa Ayres ui wterMUo 40 BMT Hkc the MiasIneippI taa any of the Mqexcept that It tacks the bald cliff aM I cbr1ag towusd vMlasi that oyer look the father ot Wa tfra The 1lac dalena of ColepMr the berth tarfect IifI Jab according as yea ttaveT te the rainy or ifey of the tMr1t1 banks are Med ttlti trtfktl leeeaea cit n lpttabieand Jt ebasias its retiree aa ofte tU the UUeMri Jt htji a wild sort of Ador tt it W4a t compare with the IL1IISI1l IB any respect i In srspe the 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