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thereby making atUp toward reform in election OMiMifB We refer to they custqjai of putting out camIpaigv aiaiBumitioH in the shape Qtlaor asin whiskey die t tribute among certain worKtt wan whose work is generally iilll ted to working candidate and campiXn committees for the 1I1t Of their own aiQ audt owa particular aPlj tie Intt former jMri it was no uncomij HKHI tkmg for candidates to- itFibut liquor by the gallon for days before the election with iftistaken idtf that it would e used to whoop the boys ups aM Make toe votes roll up The practice i as foolish as it w ieeoraliziQg and sinful 1diit e should be gratifying to good l citiaeto to know that riection l managers have appearantly seen the buy Of the thing and have ceased the practice The bams bokayibnuseco being fed t election tine were on hand all P right thisl year but to sUbanew the 1 were givdn a cold deal from all sides and the chances are this year that the IIt1ker will go to the polls sober if be relies on campaign o liquor to put him in anyottrt oditionii C 4 tQ ROGRESSiNO Wotk on heI graded school building though rather trsy in lein- gtstd is being pushed with j good jp td radtheb8Walifl1cture assuming good proportions the IliIhlbtina up to the second ory he patrons of th school are tuok ing forward Itbj suow impatience to the comp tio OT the ew quarters where tbey will have Uthecomfottsj and convenience Tbe lare umbero pupils tn tne hfWdis rict as hOn by those Motend1 ing ii the temporary quarters HA basizei9 the necessity f the new bvildiug atdt furthermore is guarantee of the success of the school as a public institution in so far s atUndar cfiacotcerned Tbe teachers althcngh somewhat handicapped by inconvenient qiarters appear to be making rood progress and are expecting gopd results from this years wfdC ic IOMPAIU1DB pitting taw ter works plant to be the property ojf the town Im tbeirHrgument against the vwtttsmt t h e opposition it settis JMMT bees citing the ijfprktgieid water works as an ifampfrot failure saying that the 1Irltr sMlleibad was nnfi for WM and a faiijure all around The ifcarxw whllt pt irse al t xttb r have some foundation toptciaUy as iim rtg rd to the odor arMMg frost the water durin t MimsMKr Usie It Is conceded bOAvrortbatUiitf troable couto be radied iia seytral ways more k t preee46watircipiay wr to be iucliMd to put up for tfUaprovtsaiKt It is a jaw ttth iotsf y that the water works is a fSjlinri as a hns4 e s vt tur for a 41USSt ttm bminttt t Ii for a year shows that tit is on a psyiag bests with the chances for an improvement They claim lit1l1tidbisquI watpr will be pttthe first pUce and that it is intended to quip the plant with a filtrating aireating Rystem The Sprinc field wataf system is not the best in tMrctnntry we will admit but still it is worth a gret deil to the town and the privat patrons of the service would not give it up far double the present Cos tIWANTED We MMildlike to ask trough lIt clumns of your paner lrj I in I rn 41lin l is r nsAU wr furJ the cur otlocUsrestioni Dypep ad L vr1oubqj that hsIt cUredturi WI alSO mitts iijaJ tu s suc J as sour t tnach rmeulatioc of food hiiriitudl rc 3tiveness nervou dyspeosia tieadHche despon oejt feeing sleeplessness h Tact tny trouble connected with the stomach or liver Tbo melicine hits been sold for wan ear in all civilized countries nd we wish to correspond wfth you and send you one of our books free of cost If you neverJ ried August Flower try a 25t cent bottle first We have never known of its failing If soii something more serious is tbfe mattnr with you Tt 25 cent has jest been introduced this jFear Regular sizo 75 cents atI druggists G G Green l1eJDCiAlaWtaa HO StotB A child of Mrs G T Beta son when getting his usual Saturday night bath back apaiust a hot stdve which burned him severely The child was in great agony and his mother could o nothing to pacify him Remember Ingr that the had abottle of Chamber laius Pals Balm in the house she thought she would try In less than half an hour after applyingit the child was qukt and asleep and iu less than two weeks was well jMrs Benson i a is l well known resident of Kellar Vain BalmfSan antiseptic liniment and especially valuable for cuts bunra and sprains For sale by BaJI doas drug sure JellttKsCa f Twerity ght ears ago L was nthespoWktr Daniel Boone uiV ds first can in Missouri in 1798 under bpouish rule It WaS ii ar a spring Aand a little- levatjin marked bejpolTNwherH the chimney had stood 1 wen to where the Spanish abinVad STOidjitradi been removed aItd reconstructed in the back yard of pjl Nathan Boones store man ion It had been used as aI play house by Daniel Booles trandchildren of Nathans hiiu hoil D ijiel di d in one ofr his sunu rooms Hlyfour years be fore I Xfa thn e I had cast a shovel ofdir in the second grave of Daniel Boone and hi wife in the cemettiv at Frankfort in Sptember J845 Thirty years after that 1 was in the Isanell BJ one cabin of 1798 It was beI ing used by a German family as a sleeping apartment for fatten ing hogs It was their 76 years olda t1aneould easily have car rid any log in it It had been from 1798 to 1803 the official residence of Daniel Boone John W Cunningham in Kentucky Stand ard There is no organ of the human sys tem that is theresult of more Iillness that I itfiecaUAe for more fatal diseases than the kidneys When they are inactive the whole systemrbtcomes iim pregnated with poisonotisblood which undermines jthe very foundation of health GA YUBA ihould be used when the 11I beat disorder appears Its use will not only save time expeaseasd worry but great suffer lug Soldby Wood A Oamobell Desirable Farm For Site Having moved to town and de cided to quit farming lam offer ihf for sale my farm consisting of fifty five and threefourths 1551 acreS with good improve mento on good turnpike near poet office mill school and church For particular andprice call on or writetoJ O Woford Chaplin Ky or Wj F Grifiby Attorney fcjpringfield Ky 11awI lUi4 Dis Wk A rabid dog iin tile Western end oftbe county aid rapid work last Friday In a short tine it bit four persons and several head of stock Ps first victim was Miss Florence Hughes aged 14 the daughter of Mr K N Hughes of Raywick Miss Hughes and her two younger sisters had started tto school and had passed through thh tront gate On thsr pubsic highway stood the dog whichdid ftfirst show any signs of being mud The younger children wereafratd of the dug and gave it a wide berth but Florence approached it in a friendlY fray Before she Wtl8 aware of her danger the canine seized her by thefrm and bit her several times The younger children screamed and ran tow ard the house and the mad dog oll wed them They no doubt- w uld also have been bi ten bu for the in eEference of a big ch dog belonging to Mr Hughes which uet toe mad doi and g VI it battle Later in the day the dog bit Joe and Arthur Hayden and shotly afterward Henry ohms of New Market These last were bitten through the hand Miss Hughes was sent to St Mary here the mad stone belonging to Charles Cecil adhered to her wounds for five hours Joe and Arthur Hayden wentto the same mad stone which adheredto the wounds of the former for nearly two hours and- o those of the latter for nearly five To Henry Collins wounds it adhered for three hours Tht dag belonged to Mr Joe Hayden wnpfAt first refused to believe it was mad It was killed later vhsle attacking a flock of sheep Several sheep belonging to John Burdette were severely bitten by the caniue early in its couise Lebanon EnterpriseA HOJfs This We offer One Hundred Dollar Re ward for any case Uatjirrh that cau not be cured by Halls CatafrH Cure XJ CHENEY GOol Toledo We the unpersig ned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry oat any obligations made by theirfirm WestTfuax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan ic Mar vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Oatarrb Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucaos surfaces of the system Tefitimoniab sent free Price 75c ptr bOttle Sold by all druggists Halls Family Pills are the bejst Mike HetkeIRtIR Married MrM F Hetheringtou form er y of this cihf bt now ma ager o The Mcjttopolif Miami F orida was quiely mupried II K oxville T mi several dav It Mr ethiriiiiittm was a acer in tC ciljs ool t ianri About twy weeks ago e letWhiuii statin r tILt sl- ittti gui gt visit rein tives at lip fuirnr hI hiiVKuoxA At he same time vipr HeHociBgtQii gave il out thaI he was vomit g to Kentucky for a visit When thej reachetl ICnozvillb t tywer quietly married After the ceremony Mr Hetn rington awe to Bardstown and eft his tride 10 conclude her visi in Knoxville Mrliethertngton remuioed several days at this place after which he joined his wife at Knoxville and together they re turned to their home atMiami Nelson Record Killed With I Rock Tom Smith a negro ofF ul coner Station this county was arrested this morning and brought here and lodged in jail He is charged with the murder of tbirleenyejiroJicLSpeccir Ison also colored of that place Smith claims that he and Isun were playing and both begun throwing rocks at one another Ison received a blow on the head with a piece of brick which caused his death last Saturday lhe affair occurred near Faul coner Station Thursday of last week Gorge Bottoms with whom young Isoi had ben liv ing swore out a warrant for Smitfi Smith is about eighteen years old and works tot Mr John Buster bis examining trial will be held before Judgef Prewitt Wednesday Danville Advocate 3M MIhwt teiifiiGar FIv Celde ad ePp SSJ Washington Letterl Commissioner General Frank P Sargent of the Bureau of Ira jnigration has made his annual repot which snows that 857046 immigrants arrived in this coun try dlirirg the last fis al year Over onefourth came from Italy and almost as many iron Austria Hungary More than onefifth could neither read nor write The total amount of money ib ohtby them tnt the Upil States was 16117 Slff Nearly yjWlr8yjj tr ctf laborers Th report indicates l a marked improvement in he enforcementof the complex ndstrQnglyresiste Chinese ex fclugion laws In connection with the repub lican declaration thatt the coming session of Congress is to make a record for economy it is in teresting to knbw tnt Senator Scott of WestVirgioia who has much influence in party councils has come forth as the champion of liberal expenditure in government undertakings He declares that tnere is no need for our government to talk economy that it is poor business policy and undignified Among other things he says 1iat the capital should be provided with suitable public buildings for all its work shops that our consuls should be far better paid and that we should improve the army and navy by paying the soldiers and saiorsata higher rate Our soldiers now get 13 a month- I told the truth dnd the whole truth just asI found iit tf was the laconic comment ef Fourth As sistant Postmaster General Bristol on his millions word re port which bar been handed to tjhe President by Postmaster General Payne No date has is yet been fixed for givingthere port to the public Some say that the President is holding it back so that it cannot be used in the campaign but at all events he is going over it very carefully and before making it public he may supplement it with comments of 1his own Mr Bristow is new making an abstract of it which will consist of about 10000 words and will be easier reading than the report which printed as an ordinary public document will run into 2000 pages I is said that Mr Bristow has made heri ous charges ag inst former First Asistalnt Heath who will be siivfd trom indtctmnt only byte statute of litui atiunsJj1he irreruluii les discovered in tie New York P si Offic have 1i 1tbeg iec o SWill I0av U for u Yorkf in a ew days Of the levei tius in wlich e tctimis are about o be held Aft rylaud hps aroused he gre1t ctOpitall1hera e que Lionto the front as the maiD issue awl as enator Gor njan has aken it up there isa ppssjbihty of its being an issue in then xi canipaign The Senator hast knJio the stump and his speeches are divided between his attacks on the President and appeals to ithe ft arr negro dom itianon Isidor Ra tier the dem obratic candidate f o r United States Senatpr declares4 am ill favor of disfranchising the ne groes because the amendment io tl e federal constitution giving hIm thatright was never constii tutionally adopted The race is + n Il Ayer Whit are your friends sayIng bout you That your gray hall makes you look old And yet you are not forty I iPostpbie this looking old Hair Vigor JUse Ayers Hair Vigor and store to your tray hair all jthe deep dark rich color of jearly life Thea be satisfied Ayes JWI Visor restored us ssn1gray Mir aM I am fTMr ea lunll Tft elite srtv J TUa KMslsITSk IJi a1tettleo TMt t1or1w1i parkHab J 5 sue brllQla political one but in ths state hisa question of self preservation The following indictment is made against the negro by the camoaign committee hWhat the negro Avants is social equali yand zs1whicb it involves fits quarrel is with Providence t fc making hint blackv He vants to change the color of his skin and there is but one way to do it and thapway spells race and national ruin for color is more than skin deep It tells the whol story of race classifica tion classification made by Providence and never violated iin human Klstdry wltn0ut disss terqus results Whom God bath put asunder ietno man join to gether In Maryland the main argHmnntagainst the present ad ministration the Booker WasL ingtun dinner p y FREE ff lTFThSI UseMlonaat Wood C mpbeIIA RlBkrBulIda Up Flesh andMakA fPeople Well Wood Jc cimpbellwantseyoy read er of the NB SLEADBR whq has been otnt flesh or who Sits t alvaya been too thio1 to test Miona the flesh forminr itood for a month at their risk Those who try this treatment do not risk a penny in making th trial Wood fe Campbell wiir supply a reg nlar SOc box and sign aguarantee to refund the money if the preparation does not increase flesh giro freedom from stomach troubles and restore health and strength If Miona succeeds you have gained flesh and health at a trifling cost if it fails Wood Campbell vrlll return thc1rctmeutthemselyes The great and unusual success of Miona is on account of its acting in aq entirely different way from all other known medicines It mingles wIsh the food you iCtt aids its assimi lation tones op and strengthens the digestive organs and puts the whole syste 4 iinto proper physical condition It cures indigestion in any form and restores health and atiqn to the whole digestive tract It will care nearly eyery case of poor hecltb Just take one Miona tablet after each meal sajrsVWood 4 Campbell and in a fvlaysY will find di gestion improved heattli returned and solid flesh added This simple treatment 5Ilou with natural flesh all the outlines of tbe face and body 80 that they become beautfui and symmetrical Goto Wood Campbell andgeta months Miona at their risk Queer Chicken Thief In passing through Nevada tbe ojher day I gleaned a bit of in c fOr in at ion that may prove yalu ablel t0 persons who imagine lliat their missing fowls iepurlomed by c icken thieves Mr Geige jficKuls huh ot en missing almost jgitlr some of nis blooded oil ekens lr pswee vet bui without favwrable result su be uj tf rujiiued lo solve the m teiy lit gUttruing njs pouUry 3umsc ofle u ght Taking a stand in a iijUdoj jlace WitH his breach llojader ready he pent y 5 and auxiously waited the coming of ttl chicken fiend About mid ught he dbserved an objec dragg ng a larger one away and opened tire sending one charge of shot at each of the two noy ing objects Upon examination ne discovered that he had killed an immense opossum ndafiue tujrkey The varmints tail was wound tightly around the tur keys neck to prevent it = trugj gling and was sneaking off to its deu with its victim When both turkey and oppossum caught the contents of NickolTigun He is satisfied that the fine chickens that had been disappearing one aLa time werer carried off in a similar manner by the varmint who choked tho fowls with his tail and prevented their squawk ing Harrodsburg Herald Get arce sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Hay dons drugstore TheYare easier to take and more pleasant in effect tnaa pills Then their vsets not followed by constipation as is bften the case with pills Regular size 25c per box FuraMMra If you hayia bad cold and you need a good reliable mediclnelike Chamber Iains Cough Retaedy to Jocwen andr lieve it and to allay the IIrrititlou and iAftalUBtiOI of the throat aHd lungs Per Male at H yd0ns drug stdre NuerlIIlltdi tke cbiifli youhavake cavie that prodisceck e illHi4be treated Whets that iIs tiiOettkecu- ghwitrdisappear ThisJswbatDR tzkss COUGH SYRuP wnao remove tbe cause Sold by V cod k tPPb Jj 4 tIt wred WIM i One of the best men ALjd husI bands of my acquaintance lives just over the line in VTashinctoii county Like many good fellows he cannot resist the temptation of an occasiona spree His good wife who iia most practical lady has afways insisted that il he would spree to do so at home and notriakrf spectacle of hun self by lying around saloons with his mouth open and full ol flies He had the good sense to seetue wisdom of this advice So last Saturday when he if r tAettcoming onhtook a wbisky home with him Sunday morning after his better half had mixedtujm a toady he went out to give the pigs some butter milk THe drink made hIm lees good with alt the world that he decide to give the sholesa taste and accordingly he poured bqut a quart of the whisky iis the trough with the milk The sbptes liked the mixture so well that they fought to tee which could get the most ot iIt but in half an hour after drinking it every one of 12 pigs lId down and died My friend thereupon poured the remaining contents of the jug on the ground and foo- 1so1mow a t to never touch liquor again as ling as he lived It ia to be hoped he neVer willTil ford Huff in Harrodsburg Herald 4The MiciciT For CMi From the Atchison Kan Dilly Globe This ishe season when the woman who knows the best remedies lor croup isin demand in every neighbor h xjd One of the most terrible things in the world is to be awakened in the middle of tHe nightb a xyiioop friona of the children The cronp eme dids are almost as sareto be lost an caso f crouJ as a revolver ia tare t be lost in case of burglars There used to be an oldfashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup ansi tplu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is bet ter and dsriot costjf so uchIt causes the patleu to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shorter4imc GivS this remedy as soonas the croupy cough appears arid it will prevent the attack It sever fails and ispleasaut and safe to take For sale bv Haydons drugstore SIkI4L Mr RoSef Rawinigs prominent farmer of Marion county near Gravel Switch committed siiicide yesterday afternoon by shooting nimself through the head with a revolver The de tnils of the sad affair could note fully llearned by telephone this morning Mr Kawlings was a brother of Attorney Jhn W Rawlipgs oi tbisclty and stood ell in the community in which he lived The cause of the rash deed U unknown he was in the bet f spirits and health a few moment before Mr Rawlings hd beeji to Lebanon that mofa igandireturned with his wife in tne afternoon about 3 oclock A few DLinutfes afterwardbe was found in ad lug conditiqd from the wound and expired irra short while A wife andfour phi dreti survive him Danvjllle Advocate HFallStrawfcerries Mrs JuJia Johnson of this place ia visiting a relative Mr J T Hckman Jr4 at Spring portt Iji d i a n a She arrived there aboutthe 30th ofveptem oeri and was much surprised Ilk find fresh lipe strawberries on the table Mr Hcimpin has fourteen acres in this Truit from which he gathered a fine crop in the spring Later in the year his plants bloome asecpnd time and blrntuit grew to ertecLiCB and ripened just as it had dose in the earlier season Mrs Johnson sent a b6rketof these berries to her daughter Mrs J W Mahan a sample of which was presenred tothe News aDd they are sweetand luscioos and have as fine flavor as the spriag harries When last heard from Mr Hickman bad sold twtlVe ju hels of berries snfl the siqi ply was not exhausted There t iwas every evidtoce that iht fruit would last until frbsVt JThls te unusual if not unpritislinlti de News IA tJt CASTcYII4 w M M cJk IfaMTfrlMMi IseN tMlJJ CI tr T TiIEtVipfli43a t Ai ksI- ymLa37UTx 1 i P Jrr CULINARY cdf4Always tetter breed b 1tii rjj i JJHg to cut it tbla ms pfc sr wIcise r i Vihe 1I1fiYi a J4t eet s tee Tills Bet eij ajir isf ttl l s t but gives tlte rvy 4dvwtint rotatoH Sn gratin rej A toes cut mixed hi eceass kaktU fIa eoTea and tferre In th dtak ia which they are c keC If celery h calki fee kzLpwes- oup recipe awl ktantJaDlei jfthi stead a small qgaattfyof eflsfylssjet iWckgIwesaTery pleasant levee When makla beef tie vever aa HM salt till ute meat has bees ei fciic fir flsometime Salt actstipirtbs5r wrf prevents it flviac set all itis4thklIj l properties i1 v Nwer allow mejita to 111 wie es k f 5s 4liHgitlfcni la water tat let the irafsr slimmer geatly kep4 JlCtIIiiI k Mse Viii j the back ot the jittve Bard boi k I salted water will tOO a1MII the itiliieet piece tat ever seML 1 It Peach ppe and other TscT riff pics often give trouble 1Ir e sdlswhic e the crust and makbic fit sss4tsoggy Ah old time ireMedl is to Wsii a strip of wet lines over t1teettbepie jut before It goes llate ti e prest j SCCaeraig TabS r f TeJilaU In all thi vytt jaWs with solid center su f ori sad esnwc legS that are stroag I4ht kfkifc llumpy aad graceful ritlMMlE erti teeat Is the best feic t Ai dining lOeIIlalW1 Ubtmrjr turttyxt jrlejda far lessee the iHltwee e task Jon than does that for tbe isstwisk x L rtom it sbpBja be selected 5sr1 s woods its fine coostrectlwi its M1 f ty and character All cheap T 1pMl ties of oraameat should eseswd- anti especially that wWek h xintd OIl Rough carving is jTefuit jsctkyaMe though a JMittdsomely MtWeetI with no oraasieat says tu ewm fttif colorlBg is far richer Two fayed4 woods for heavy dials rooM aaA It brary tables are eakaad assamjT- he former is toned Ma oak Fkinisla brown W latbs i JpeaudisseeneIthiCInahlZ5dSP wax finish The favorite Kri tljra ov library table is tklrtyf Hic iwdMsi 10 the dinuig table fSwa foftylv lie if tyfour Ipches Harpeca Batsn if 5 4JIIIIUIHI4Plenty of us do iist reaXae tbt sP erjthlngwodoorse7UChilSYbSicertals Ai a young girl who adssVsMBii il sMsr S woman will often make i hMiiK af I nice little carbea ct y tal5g sal thinking according to leer ideal JMAi chltdrea are lamlly what theirpsrN make tliem AsstheothirkhS child A baby iMNWght np JB as mospbere of stwiteA m uqJItISd- obriallt The cdWrMill as v ceuversatie Is bulldlacMf h ihi w Infant braia the likes dIISPIII5 rtionsior blemishes of a who s MM AI ot U8 tare inlue osd all ef IM wM s k baflu lMjes The wooiau whe ws1s down the street with her skist psist spick and span J er kakde jisatt her ShOeS cteaa aad iifilhjlisi aa4 he belt all lidyllke is aa Japusyis for f good Theres as tiHiiig h w pwiar u rfrumpy usseat ihahiy sr itals take the Just to thisjiisijyjf ass startIaesal1tteESIh1westttaADMvsTsesb Breife beefsteak with sys pr san aatnnOf1k rerilatbos tIt t j WH try it for UM ftn too 1ftifoyster Mace by siMIig a s terslhi their ewe JIqsor aftra re 1iaievfg tJ auiaed psttt tsaside Peat two jalftsiissW h hssi Iter toac ad a tIIII s et- three ell lisetlug te is t tet with the joiec fIl half a JIIIiIIL Jseams with osloa iee salt awl IIt jper Set the howl esfttatala tt k tare IlaMf a baits e besttBg watar sa4 stir carefully fee a Sew 1autsL a Ctlpr1l1 otWWIId atraiaW f lIiuoi aRdboIr sam t saiootk aid like a catd Drali-55 the u oie sad f tbs7 If they are cbuisd It e f large Servt the as sfpiisrths jSj Ttpe4ir a little arolud t i which s4kmJA be g nhp wlLt1 5 I 4 4 1 L Itw auw 0Take two ii ins sC bsU as4 while sL IOtItIrTIIf7 1IPt 1ot7IM a Nd is ad a hSX pIMd eeL Tb r1t= o ot =ttI a Tb fIl t Itrpea k is ks4 k taa b a I s J P oust d N M11R heW id a deift ts a t7 ef the e4at a f SiP At- thsb ii twt t a row ItI1eke tee sleep Tbe pscke1 have a fttlloeat at the s sit plait Bdw of p I bound with wide tape t fane aorw to DIIt r 4wJI TIlL NtWS4iEAiIR tlayy1vU4Y4y tA Y AH W ADVANCE 1 GP1EbDKYr i ZL DA VI5gNJJri f1 L PvcjuiIx rlI biIs aiI lie pr j t c r MNttfetM a FoUtlealjfiatUr r r lf MMjNHk at iewrfttosbat cash f isbsyeM oiUvjy of goods i aesgMsatiMadeoa1iberiI I 31 iM reaeiiiUoHS of resptgc 3 r f O2 Maits fS pVO rI ooi roo 8irUiI Y J fKDIWOAT NOVEMBERS 1903 J 1 t j JsratlC State andlleg ti i iitUr tcikt was e1cLedh k rlla1tdoTh Democrats made a sweep y i A wjctorjri in Kentucky and the i rjto tinH i8 tthatGov Beck J tJ2ijm V fluralitj over Col Bel I 4 ipwill b somewhere from 10600 to 25000 The results a v the judicial and legislative dis t C tricU jshqw material gains Th vDt ocraU have elecldtw of w l l bf Railroad Commissioners t ifTbt Democratic ticket was tltcttd In Greater New York vyittttday Colt McClelians- ii 4 lplurJlii1 over Low was about T ti10000 IJow was defeated jn J 1 1 ili Brooklyn and only carried one borough t f 5phv Republicana buried Tom Johnion in Ohio by a plurality ty 4 of ov l00OOO which breaks the l record The Legislature will t 1 fhafe It Republican plurality oi It IQOpn joint ballot i Jj All candidates on the Republt can ticket in Philadelphia were ji elected by ithe usual large phi t rality which will probably run about 100000 The vote polled was light Democrats carried Louisville aboutJtt jff f7 A FAMILY QUARflEL Ii4a BreU EadtBK After the peet 4t Shelter Had laierfered t In his Rossetti Papers William kosaetti says that when Shelley was Btaylng in tbe villa of the Glsbornes a most droll Incident occurred It ap pears that lila servants Giuseppe and Annunzlata who were man and Jwife squarreled and Shelley hearing Giu seppe abusing his fife very savagely i and also IU usljg her rushed upon him with a pistol shouting Ill shoot you Til shoot youl TBe startled fellow ran for his very life Shelley after bin till the servant coming ton shrub bery of laurels managed to slip under them Shelley in his eagerness darting jasjt kini The servant in a fewrmln lte4 foun l It possible to dodge ack ifilo the 1ouse unpercelyed Shel p l eelng bini no more at last went buck to the house where to his unutterable surprise he found Giuseppe and An Bvnziata sitting together in the most amicable manner addressing each oth t w caro and carisslma But t tfl yoq not quarreling evehnowT eiclaimed the perplexed poet Quar reliag gasped Glnseppe in amaze ent No signor we never quarrel l eeL But I have been running after jowfa order to shoot you No sl fBeryo never ran after me for I have beea slttiag here for the last hour or ere You must have fancied all this Asd Giuseppe and Arinunzlata who had both been considerably frightened coa tinning to assure him that they had bad ao quarrel and ary Shelley whoas they had let into the secret say lac the paine Shelley was at last utter Jy mystified and inclined himself to be that he must have fancied It 1JltvrV xeeIve EnercT I ferfy Is a fine thing but like s4eaB it seeds a little restraint and Tecefml guiding If the safety valve r fteecat work theres likely to be a MeakdowB or a blow up now and then TJ e nervousy fidgety woman is a dreadful bore She ruffles up the at 0aopbere and makes everybody wish e would ake ivacation and rest up like ixty Some of those people who t ly around the fastest do the least II iTerk and the proper thing to acquire S tatancd Work as hard as you want to but let up when the moment for TettiBc up arrives There is a limit to jtiiiua endurance and when you go backIite the valve of strong endurance and AIM vittlity Jt is the man or the wo 4 w man who knows how to work and how v 1s rest who gets things done all fine thefremarks may fce Went like a chisel but theyre as aeas the fact that the Lord made lit 1e apples hlcago RecordHerald i M Street Neila Cterkenwell England there is a i titreef calteJ Pickled Egg walk Itiakes Hs aame from PJjcklcd Egg tav Ii era wafch formerl stood there and I nnfff a specialty bf tervkig pickled ifi jAa iBterestlng London thorough fare Ii Hanging Sword alley which f if Beatlootd In Dickess Tale bcTwo t IckIcherItcalWa the Holy Bones andasotherEealMl JOaJtow Tree Gate Bull has astrait wllii tfce xtraordioaryr name CorydoaJIMNe year aiiflvM Peter Pottle k i Tbemostdirlngfard ted tmcaDIthatW1uic4 tt1eet liiji ini HH HV N j 6 M ll Nriiii5iI NewFroauTheuntyaik KrilittheC tTPph Wi II- B as Reporteil Xiy our Correspondents MM MMHM HillslHiro 1 J WE Sutherland bought some cornfrbm Jim Oderat Sper bArreLl Armstrong Sutton sold 23 fat shoates to Mat Wycoff at 4J cents per pound 0 W Oder sold several 200 pound hogs to jYankeJ Co Price unknown Mrs JoHn Armstrong an d childjrenattended church at JViri Vi Saturday and Sunday John Gille pie tvho has been visiting relatives inj differei t parts of the county has returned toB iH M Ilvoys wbere he ism kipg is Iome AfrsrJ H fejetle and c ildren were the guests of Virs T W Sutherland and family Su day Miis Paciq Cookwbihasbeeru very low with typhoid Ve er at Dhe b ome of William F tzgerald is reported t b some oetter Jo4h IamanandP B Pratner are rfe building their houses u- ndoJI strong are building neve bar is Mr jPrathers wilrbe a stock barn while Mn Aroistroogs will be a very large and commod 6u tobacfco barn We understand tnat Rev Sins will not preach here any longer Tbjere seems to be p Desire to haea new preucner who has nevelr preached here before This m ay be right for it is an old siiying era new broom sweeps clean Elder W Ezra Sutherland has tendered isTeSigqition at Glenn Creek to take effedt in December Rev Byrd has visited the church and mad favorable im presslon and they are anxious to secure his services fyr net veir providefdhe cab arrange to Jlabor with them The rain that fell Sunday night was very much needed Stock and dririkjng water werebecom lug vjery scarce and the small grain was suffering gr atly for wantftrain It now gives our farmei s a chance to begin stripping their tobacco as they ail seem to wantan early market O IW oler has bought tIe store at Fenwick from Mr J N Cull and will take possession the drst pffJan ayMr Oder pas mad quite a success in the mer chandise business in the stand we feel sure that he will have success in his new location IRe hosmany frunds in this corn munity nd will doubtless receive a large patronage from the peo le eretie will dispose of hs peisonil roperv at public auc tion November 20 Wje bave had Quite 0umbHI1 01 political speecbes by both parties this fall Jtmt it seejms t1hat t ho speech mddrbyGeor tt w qohin has recerved more compliments than any bf thu rest ltwas Mr Col vln first political speech and it was delivered in a most l logicalI and effective manner often interrupted by applause froth the audience flis speech herd made hi in many friend nho wiU take p easuie in heiringbim- in the future Macfcvillc r rojIcombine Yankey ptt SimmsI Or115 Duck Harmon bought bunch of 35 pound shoats of James Harmon at 135 eacha bunch of 7i55 pound yearling steerst of Wil Lester at 325per hundred and a bunh ofr 550 pound heiftrs at 260 per hundred I Hitchett Camden bout a half interest in the undertaking business of Arnold BoWle for 65i 0D Campbell sold a bunch of 1003 pound steers toR Lawson at s315 per 100 Jt insu Bottom fsold to Wy coff Case a 1285 pound bull at IThemcJtinprogress for the past two weeks 1 at the Christian church closed Sunday uIgbt i ith 20 additionsi W B Hatchett bought 50 barj rels of corixof J H Malherlyat 250 each Mrs Lucy T AliQ Ine5 pendence ICas v is visiting the family of Wilbur Peter Rev W H Hobbs is conduct Pingi quite lit succesfujinetThg at Stewartyille this weekoC At the sale of the personal property t f J D Sweeney last week the foild wint prices were realized M1lchowsand calves brougnt from 15 to25 50 weau ling calves from 7 tc9 hoises 6 to 110 suclli gcolt 2250 hay per stack 7 50 bunch of fat hogs at S70 er 100 JOO pound steor ntiJ45 per 100 und corn at 295per barrelL HousMh liJ an kit he furn tttie sold yPIt ratham Sprinis Mr PrctorCr ucbaid is Sallie Dtn is were quietlytriur ried last vv dre duy Vwih them jf lo g and happy life JDlmer Keeling bought a tract ot lhnd from W N Keeling for S3oo John Sctt bought a buggy from Thomas scott for 25 Mr J B Jenkins bought a cow and calf from C C Foster fb 85 Flovd Keeling bought a cow fromP C Richardson ior 25V Uncle Will Ingram is very low at this writing with stomach and heart trouble Mrs John Baxter died October 36 of typhoid fever The re mains were interred in Fair View Cemetery George Armstrong and TJife of Sharpsville visited Ed Fos er and wife last unday Wesley Foster bought a farm from William Smith for 21000 rheodorejBreedin dore Breeding bought a piece of land from Kirk Cheatham for S500 Ed Jenkins boupht a farm of James Kayes for 1275 and James Kayes bought a farm ol James Shields for 2800 Turkeys are as a high as actis- back and as scaVce as frog hair Rev Allen has closed a ser es of meetings at Fair View Noah Pinkst n and wife visi ed Ji M Scott and wife She Gnesicd flight Did the spiritualistic medium tell you anything that was true asked the wl1Hn1 ell 1r eagerly 5Oh yes replied the hard headed in dividual Ynd that was That snont my money foolishly Which was right You see I had paid to hear her toll me that Cincinnati TimesStar iIDclliclitfal Pronpect Do you sahl the learned counsel swear that you will tell the truth the whole truth and Oh liow loyply the fair witness Interrupted Shnll I really be allowed to talk all the af ternopn If I want to TitBits JGood money Is faithless It leaves us almost as soon as we get It Bad mon ey however sticks by us to the bitter snd Boltimire American A Valuable Aaet- It j was after her husbands failure tr She acts as If shd expected to re trieve their fortune was the cop ment Have they any assets left Oh yes wa the reply VhatJA daughter who is pretty enough to be quoted high in the matrimonial market Chicago Ppst Extremely Small Tom You called Miss Mil un last night flldnst ou1I Dick Ye- sTomtSitcnt the evening indulging In small talk eh Dick Well luert4iki was cntlrely too small She said iiso Philadelphia Press JIideflIfl Professor discussing organic and in organic kingdoms Xciw If I should shut my eyessoand drop my head so and remain perfectly still you would say I was a clod But I move I leap Then what do you call me Voice From the Rear A clodhopper Properly Reprpred TellerI cannot cash this check mad unless 1 know who you ore Iam haughtily I wouldnt accept the money mJywny from any one who doesnt knpw Who I am Exchange t FARE YOU or SmphMoney BUNIONS Refunded Allays Inflammation It Cools It GuruIs Bo14 In 2Sc1 SOc LO Bottles At aU good DNPU f ForSalebyC1J Haydon r MANSI 1Jt srIs RA E fO ioM f fZ A etoa WoiI Xe staatef ScieVtHTe Arrlemltmy Mrs Sara E Folsoitf Hwton iii a womnn who basmajlekstudy of sclfen title methodjgrIculture Mrs If6ll sdmvgstHe only woman among 4he twentyseven graduates of the class of roo dt Amherst Agricultural collcjge She came off with flying colors having captured the first prize of 50 for gen eral excellence given by the MassaGim setts Society For the Promotion of g rlculture the William BoWker special prize of 35 for the best method of Vonolherflbest handling of fertilizer on grass lauds Mrs Folsom is thirtytwo yedrgol3 and the wif of Charles E Folsod a Boston business man who own a farm near that city Mrs Folsom nina ages the farm So far tier attention has been given chiefly to the raisin of fancy stock and poultry Her gamecocks hens and cockerels have ton several prizes at the Boston shojws Ins SARA E FOMOit Mrs Folsom has also had great lane cess in the breeding of fine cats cjspe daIly Persian females of the rani or ange variety While this enthusiastic agriculturist does not do any of the roughest farm work plowing tcsbe is not bnly familiar with the details of all of It but with the reasons for the superior advantages of this or that metbol as well She has taken especial Interest in scientific irrigation and fertlllzi tion and believes there are big opportuni ties for women in dairying and market theLculturcimproved variety of vegetables JMrs Folsom believes enterprising w men have a great future Mrs Folsom also urges landscape gardening and forestry as addpted to large estates as particularly well suit ed to feminine study There is no rca son she says why such a field should be monopolized wholly by men Vlth the practical training that maijy a farmers daughter gets at home and a course in a good agricultural college or school of forestryt there Is no rejason why women should not win speedy recognition in such a profession The Woman of Thlrtr Keith Clark writes in the Readr as tollowsIWhen one knows the age of a tom an one knows the woman The very fact that she permits you to knoT her age exposes her character Shi no longer masquerades Shehas llist a certain uncertainty an eVauesceul delicacy that was tin irresistible clarm Woiuen like philosophy are divided Into two classes the knowable woman and the unknowable also like philoso phy It Is the unknowable woman who Is the speculable Therefore to get her at her highest capacity she must be unmarried and abut thirty The married woman presents certain inseparable telltale taShe has chil dren and those children have a parent nges two facts which go fir in determining her annals It she Js un married and she is not about ihlrty she Is under thirty again a definite fact Being about thirty jdefl nlte She may be more or less No one hazards a guess There Iis delightful vagueness In clngII bout thirty It has nothing totto witH dates and many of us who froti our youth up have felt no nttochmei t for dates can forgive the unattached their confessed indifference Inflaeav of Good Women The influence ot good women s the most powerful factor in advancli g tho civilization of the human race The pity or It Is that good womOn II e not sufficiently alive to their power for good over their husbands sons anti brothers and from mo1cstyalld diffi dence too often retrain from Thing their duty Women are top apt to au cept the position that the orient Is assigned to them and for fear of ucur ring the odium attached to the siirlek Ing sjstcrhbod of farce comedy poll tlc shrink from exercising wlthlti their own homes that Influence for guvul which Is their highest and best ntir hute Every cvforui Ii mnnuor und morals of Eden was duo to w men- The child labor law of Gleat I3rltaln Was suggested and pushed to cttuple tlon by Women Every advance inclv Illznllon from the st beat the iiavi flwejlcrs door to the most advanced of modem household luxury calm fran vcnnn HH desire ffr comfort anc tlomes tic pence New York Anifiricntt tffc Shy Woman To dvcrcomc shyness there Js noth nil on earth like going a great deal Into society and every effort possible shonid be made to achieve this This does not merely menu social liCfbut Intercourse with ones fellow creatures Force yoifraulf to ppcnk to evei7 one you couic iu contact with no mqtter What It costs you at first do ou bravely nercr mind how muc1 you may blush and stummcr Persist hi it nnd It will grow easier and easier Never shrink from putting yourself into positions which may draw atten tion upon you Dont wind If you puke blunders They are not crimes Cultivate above all things a complete forgetfulness of yourself and todo thlsjhv best planJ Is lOJ qtentrate interest on others Follort out tUcsC sliupk rules lud In a short tima you will be ubli td look back amazed upon the time when shyness was 9 terror onl a tnystcr to 7ru a a sOILoell1 iip SlyIoeK1waStheOInan ijvho inanJfleSh There ire manjr Shylocks now the CojrwKs ceiitthe consu 91ptiye1 slkyounglwf fifl M5flWrnt human flesh SjjJtif can get ittake jScolts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion Is flesh and blood bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they ffeed the whole bbdy For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh t We will send you a couple 6f ounce free SCOTT BOWNE Cherqlsts 4OB415 Pearl Street Now York soc tad loG i nfl drugzisU rracUlns Down Carpets Dont forget when you tack down your carpet that house cleaning or moving flay will come and carpets and uiattiugj must be again lifted If the tacks arje too large or are driven in too tight yoUr helper whether man of wo man will be apt to spoil the edge of the carpet by pulling it from the floor leaving the tacks where you putthem In the floor I have had experience In scrubbing floors thus treated and find it no small task to draw the tacks to say nothing of the torn finger nalfe when those luckless niQmbers come un awares In contact with tbetacks care lessly left in the floorj often In places one would not think of looking for them perhaps in the middle of the roomSt Louis Republic Family Dlaaealon Dissension in families often rises from a lack of humility and too much presumption on the part ot the differ ent members of the fnmllyThesort answer that turncth away wrath II forgotten for the hoJsty reply the un kind retorts that kindle the fire of ill feeling and are the outcome of disor deny minds which are prone to resent ment on account of lacking In the gen tle grace of humility Love does not linger ib the home where potty pride shoWs its unlovely qualities It chooses to dwell in the home where the spirit of unselfishness of self control of thoughtfulness and of charitableness makes the atmosphere sweet i Stud Your Style An old sage who understood human nature pretty well advises women in the terab language of his day to stpdy first the effect produced by the face the haVe and the head gear It holds good now Just as much as It did mOre than a jhuhdred years ago It Is wise to study the points ot the face The low style of dressing the hair Is supposed to show off the profile to advantage In some women a touch of color lights up the complexion wonderfully while oth ers are better without The point Is to learn what suits you Smelling Salt Homemade smelling salts may be compounded by taking one gill of liquid ammonia and adding to it onequarter or a drain of extract of lavender as much more of extract of rosemary and ergumotnndlug in a bottle Place a small sponge In the vinaigrette pour in as much lot the preparation as tile sponge will soak up and cork the rest tigjhtly for future use Scratchy Cloth s A tender mother suggests that one reasOn why little children kick and cry when being dressed Is that their beautiful tucked nnd cmbro1 r d rocky are so scratchy InsIdo always iron tile neckbands of my little girls dress inside aiict out she srtys also the insides of the shoulders and wrists I do tiis wheTher the dress is starched or not because otherwise there are al ways rough selvages to irritate the ten der skin TO Sweeten Feather Dcd Fc thor beds and pillows will be lightened and sweetened If laid on the grass Curing a heavy shower then liftt led up on chairs or other support and allowed to dry In the open air During the drying process bent vigorously witi a light cane tq make the feathers fluf fy Sofa pllots whose stuffing will not bear getting wet mnj be purified by taking off the outside cover anti laying in the sun on the grass for several hours Cneine Intelligence A striking instance of canine fhfcili igence is reiwrted from Paris A male schoolteacher named Dlllnz was wayr Jrldftbyafter rifling ills pockets flung him into the Seine icolIe dog that happened to be near without being encouraged to do so by any person Indeed there were none who saw the circumstance at once plunged Into the Water anti catching the man by the coat aided him to keep afloat until the river per lice attracted by his cries arrived to lila n L4tanceJ Pijlnz was subse qtcntly able tQ furnish tho police with a description which led to Jthe ajrrest of his assailants hank IIere r HeSo the eugugeiiieiitIs broken ort She Ye r lie told her he thought she should stop rending novels and read something more substantial something that would Improve her HeWell She Well the Men of a man intimate ing to iila fiancee that she could be Ira proved in any way Philadelphial IPress Her Lou Opportunities Mrs Noolywitl And iri had really tbrow yp down tItenVouldyou have given nu uti NoolywJi ottrtJl iv not would have kppl 111 tislu you even If y ov n over half a dozen tlniVv Mrsi NomVrid i what u lot of fun I mlsf Thiqreuuerkan 4ii Our nlr idtlll d pro tijf h rtiu1huof April MnyMiulfi t aiint for tbt remark b tilths Is ti1 m uUa bet than qrThey nr the spring months you lHJOwLlfe h t r r1 Cure a II s iM k 21113 sushi Thu ip t Marriage In the Orient nffl llcrcaafc in ludju China and JTa paiurglrls are manlod vety young tViflfb uKihey would still be considered cliildfiiK aud wouftl bo In bibs nndpln afore lint over there girls of twelve bye considered pf full marriaseabje age and It Vs uof nt nil uncOmmon to find wives of slls or Isht or ten years When a proposal of marriage Is made the father of ithejijungj girl is applied tov and the following Style oi answe Is onsklyred stylish and elegant 1 liayg received with respect the marks of your gooilnss The choice thqt you deign to 1 aLeofmy d ugh ter to becoiiie the wife of yopr son shows tljat ou estooiii ttty poor dough ter more ihan she deserves My laugllter is cate iind stupid and I inure not had the blent to brlttg her up well Yet I shaU nevertheless glory in obeying you on this ocr slon This Is the proper and accepted mode lot replyi nut fortunately jfor the girlL enIfnniiiy Is often bound together by happy anti cordial relattona sUch as could not exist if a mil really felt his vlfe to be coarse and stupid r nezt Eca Snliprj In the World- Thifiinvy ratioi Isof course provid ed for by law and the dally diet of the enlisltedTmaiv musti conform In some degree to this prescribed regime but InIfinite is the variety and ample is dietary realm of Jack the snllorAs compared wlttr the daily bill of fare of the workljiginanTon tlore the odds are greatly in favor of the sailor Should he be Inclined to grumble at his doily fare it must be train caprice of nppe tite for what laborlpg man enjoys bet Hiswodcobks are allowed In the navy Where a cook Js Incompetent he Is reported for Jack Tars stomach must be kept iii rt healthy condition if our ships are tobe manned wlth a sturdy lot of saill ors His food must be of the best qual ity for It Is no secret that Untie Sam Cmundsihe best articld1 In tIme market and gets ib Guntous Magazine VcntlierAViMd6ni A very curious method of making weallicf predictions has been dlseov ered by an old French farmer On Christmas eve hc says when imldnlgptithem In acrow Qn1n table The first onion will Represent January the see ond February and so otiS Next make a large slit In each onion and pour some salt into it If at the end of an Tiour you find that the salt in the March onion has melted you will krioVj that there will be1 much rain Inlarch and on thq other hand if the salt In the April nlon Is not melted you may be certain that April will lie a dry month Moreover if the salt In any onion is melted at the top but not ut tint bottom timfirst fortnight of the month will be wet and the second for- tughtry T1a DOpooD1ioc1 Thfe boppoo is egsenUally a filra of the desert A pretty trnUHlon regard lug tins eldest upoiuthls birds bend tells that tlfo nest was a gift from King Solomon in gratitude for sheltci from the midday suii provided by a flight of hoopoos The first decoration was n crown of gold butas thin brought unwelcome dttentins fronc fowlers the monarch changed Jlif crown to a crpst of feathers The characteristic note of the boo poq Js produced tTs follows The bird swallows as imicb air as possible and then taps its beak upon the ground The escaping air produces the hoo hoohoo f which baa earned for the bird its popular name London Mall Drummer In ICing ilcnrys Time King llenry V5tad u band which discoursed sweet music during his ex pedition toHacfleur each member be- Ing recompensed for his services with tile sum df 12 pence perVdfom When the clflzjjns ot Lot dou were mustered In the thlrtyflr year of the reign rt Henry VIIIj we bear that before e cry standard was appointed one droms lade at the least Each company of 100 men att tins time possessed a coup of drummers All the Year Round VbCiWt lnctoQ VcluauCJ1ratel On the occasioirbf Washingtons see ond Inaugural many of the members of congress were desirOusl of waitingt on him In testimony of respect aa chief magistrate A motion wits made to acijourn for half an hour ort le purpose which hbweyfc mejlwlth great opposition as a species homage It was sjttlus up an Idol dangerous to liberty i itthnd fl bias4 toward mon arch t I A nnRlitycnI jExpeHcnce t Yapljler Seeins ffo me youbaca squally time at your house last night Young FutherrYls ludpqdl TJie tten tier Willie with vnt might be termed bare i bles Was ntnxht by n spank ing breeze astern Town a nd Country Pops rIe1n e MqtherTTbmin i stop asking your father so many questions Pont yoii- iKce it nnoys him r Tommy Wliy mothhWs not thr questions that innkd lttni angry Its because he cant answor them Iuuck SIbic Sort of n FcXIavrIIe Iai lItp 4Wliutsbit oT a fellow to Jolujaoii y4ucQ flf0h he la onet f ilistklaanfa- wn who are always renirtrklug It loqks aS tJipugh wed have a little ritln bclorcIIJghtSl11c1tsc Herald 1Tot lht r Jones 11i snJ now ndtlitiOnto his ruuiily Indetnl JID111st congratulate Iilnf iioldon its a sonlukiwrTAmam tfu CoustUuilau oIUNt Linea Cice t s rigi W itcjl tttJhittst ry ot t1pr a gokleiyggT vil fr Jitt tiktmigo6se Wlir Chums V Bilious j Dizzy Headache Pain back of your eyes Its your livetlUse Ayers Pills Gently Ilaxative aUvegetabret Sold for 60 years f Me Want your mousticbe or bear4 gtjrwisrkhb3 1tJH IBUCK1NQHAMjjIE C1ccw I R membeFtb spnmGFIEtn lc Hn J eV yihLi1G1tefi J rt h 3 if J r w iIt BiYIIDiGTI4 P 41I4q J 1da p I o Roughiwd rU1Jlb i1iany quantities 1Li fr s l j j 1i Tl rtrt geLourprieesonbutIingscotnj1etematerial at1owet prIces t i z f f Yardsand neat l pQtd iTeIephone39 i J1iL f JP 4 KY t tA 0 t A fN r n g 1S R M sIII A Cb1tI SeKeBie ImlVMek er 5s IJJIgtbeinsehescomoinatchlug the designs ot imported chintzes td arrange llively little bed drnperJcsthe walls in color and patternTJe chintz used forms y rtIer sIadow curtains tdble cover tip oIitfrr for the chairs and sUPs fob tbe jwiMb w pil daintilyIscheme of a chintz room Canopyk valance and coverlet are all catef roni t thQ selected material Wliea the de sign decided upon Isai dainty one and not too conspicuous ihejresnlff Ietremely fresh and charming Ja the bud represented the Chintz covering Is In powdered Dresden pattern carried out with pale tints of pink bIB and c- nrGThe IIn gruceil foids trom a gildedjrsccQwedintonUe tseUlngi is fluislifeol o with a narrow knife Jlaitlngoc ruffleS of the goOds The Iron work at the head nnd foqt jof the couch Is eontpletea ly hidden frornrlcw by vi4tbif ofthe thaterIalashtrredalongtkebars tdroppingt framework to the fiQor makes another pretty touch The bolster most fetch ing upon a bed of this character is of the long cyiradrjcoi shape It can be built ver one of tlip papier mnche frames iold ihrthit hopsk of v ra stuffed c shlon prepared at b ii Tb flattened e dstterminate in afftac iyji tcart w eeldeslgnS carried Mt in the material Excnangf Woman Seeing leo p GbodJiard fnlthful attention tobusl ness never kIIlelanyouie manjpcwo thpgstdf i business WbmanTs cqfflni hTIme 1seelng to things idea Ja dls Unctly feminine No man ever bad it overy woBaa Isfborn Ivith it She hires H ervantraiMl wajti upon her tShe pays a dressmaker and sits up nights stuctjlnjf fiislScin books for jnew way to hao sdreM made She buys 4 hafcnnd ais k home and tears it alP to pieces and make It over again I She dictates to a typewriteewi then takes thetcopyr aQ d oojrectf it hers lt She Works herself ll oyer something she ijcant to and ougb pot tQ tonnd takea uetslakrsetiu S arty cd spell bf illness f She worrles obonl other peoples U hies she frets per ether peopteJUCJf dren she almost tajces aeclidB1 fw other peoples headaqljes and shcv pufs all hrrrJendSr Into bervous IIt- rying to Eec to th mt PhilajWpiiln Telegraph x i1a a te t i Tor tnftUo baiiana saute in a chalng dish removetJo sum from tife irull anfUcut In ha ves lengthwise 1vta tablespoonful qt butter into thU1 Waar itlid when melted llay tUe aiiA Dai nanas In it anft cook until toft Turn puce carefully so asf pot to break tHI drain and dust with powdered i gar Sprinkle aofew drBpi iJ te e Jatover each sllp4pd aerye at oofv Fgj ripedahad M he sklnJ lAt tbeitfcook la theMM8ta Ul the skins ijare darjcVand tbe pW soft Then roll carefully from the skins ori arplatiS sprinkle TrlthpfW d rcd snr4 ieniOnJuk aacrX- witlycubeiosnas11ise cake ec Idyx fingers Nar iere4tJlItrrA New York has all ii4 sartorial blunders awi taimltted when he Is either worried or tiredIione iday when 1 lund ueaAack snya Theno nedaybeatLtfi- u awfully putoutipTCC HW5tWnil wurnt out nnt laijgbt thite tt tttJtr look so groicsa clnV roethrOiih j tottlIbotI rather gowU lbiP l II one of these iMd Ltyt w T J iJ r- rmWfttIfo IIl I DeWftt Ktfil1ifllllle tMOaJrWM ipSi- 4ikhkUAEi AMhrsf4flP iJr J eon ii sradaIsrF 4SA1J lI LtflWIMCCcw IWJIP ii I t The La ikMWat1iT- he llttljancoJ whee4ot a watch vibrates five timeljpers itectfeMb laig Inc that thWwbe IfthteMtduiwIgl- ug back anlf forth THte a psidulurn should rcilf pa continuously vera givu Jm eItsJclrfJi lltftttcel in a geiitk manswatch oo4iMrjtsM ia Hro and a quarterees iai JtJjaakef a sweep In cOck directic5 o alM t three fourths of its circwMlim jr GNtbejvsr 1f rd8i1tQaklt1y IOfOUt- a distance mealurHac sheet eifkt jad a half inckes According to 1ii1etM pupation the balance WJisere a Wltctt would travel lIn ayear fti Iataace of 3C77 mties In ronad attftws atit Woud take the litti wlee1just six yean elght inouitb tockcumyove the globe by way of tlieTequator t 8r iUac h The divining Tod lsta r ts an early J1YthQ1Q1Oi ilt i the HhmidooAi the Mk lbianch pr R tree ItlMbHlU arlouessi at Europe Asia and Africa whirr trees urea were bidden or where water might be ye feut J the for- kedboit t b iMatcfK to- ffie forked cIVBie I4Wbone was soon inveatedfrku tb pwl of securing tile graUftc tyif tbe wishes gf those wbo In breaking fate tained the foredpit for Iti wa tb fork that wMnianiafcjHo atte 1iiJ = f JiW 1Ije tfiiPJijdc I should like to attend m asthsrb laws funeral tomorrow Yeiith t ur yrgnltinvepiielth nageajlia 1gb beg drawn eeL aetIe- itsdo hw1rthirteenysLAisgs- taChroniclr 4 r 4 wt PerA1tthe Lt gqitfta maN AAiKOryer- iiWff JI l said the saleiaaia 1Ix shoolerV 5J- f9tflyyeed ea tteftiet aaItniscI IhOOI I aattesek a es next doomThil4e1b1e JtThe dead etareprebbl7 ttithe llriMT stars atJf It as be million tf Wu r CIr ItqI c It reimiires j IwAaiid D 4s- laewiaafwjl oetMbs s1 tbsumac dimensions atv sltb1c that the work QMr ut 4ibth hi eMw wthods of tnlag talgbtaeu4apspIle tak- eipjuteeasw thottIn hemnlM sad eamioav to i gathers so l1Jie7 awiMk aoIrJesu haawn lines weekt ti a t9 a IcUei ttM l1f5l a5s t Hii d J rftJIJrNW iLhave prtM trivt rwet tei the 1t t ft 1 want to see Ole hbeftd IHS l tkelnai that got blowed vp 3fe caat see lifef sea tile Ietbr be- eicoqfAaif JJ t In thetidia tithe Iad sea 41h1t M kIIactJJIIti1 tt aei i =J t J j I t H- iy rat- cieiteireawsbay La j k1SeaIs t01Pt Mt- ue4oE1hJ I ItsbyiiWIIy i4icILa d I 1wm11wM KHmy Cora id IDRJMBuJT sk IDENT MTJS- tt I rt r- j Ai iii trict13 aIs- S1AMPTQNI h f i JI lAorJJ ft u i laopsttli 1ifrr rJV TtitG FtEtiD KYYItJ 1S y 4 5t i t otD RI tlirtiS for b41 it 4 o o erPsDbl3i4 ehnrw- olJnl21PO l14VYA T TloRNett rLr JrJIIifIItiIiNf p J IE ttftofj yr I trlti t fii AgtS 1 JL lUJlmJJt i 47 eaT In pur charge for sale the I 1I ruH Prep tyOit1y 1 vMblnitoD cpunty a complete e iGf fI aay9fvth1s property will Wfat1Qea OJ request 1J5 afcrearm located on tbe pike cLilt ltalfros 6prIngfie1di Ky LifA jciini3rllhg itew aru- rJhuI1 iJii tpd va trCd Jilce3 perscr lllifcre fiim seven Ue8jfrdm iriifiMiWlfeliHfi pike all tnhigh itJite if cultivation mostly in grasBj willl improved Pfice 3l50per acre Mjkcreiirm Ics from Spring pike small house and rr1theiii IurS iacres of creek bottomJ f Price t30 per acre 1k2 tre farm Set1 miles from jprlafield on theilltttef flee ii 30 acrftsf ltCom landj goodHm rove t Iacntioi every kind Price 30 per acre JCO acre fatm aix and half miles from Springfield on the pike goodc Jpvell1en o1 every kind land aUc im fbitat bf eultivation 20 acres of goo creek bottom Price 30 per acre 140 acrt1 farm 6 miles from Spring i lera ieartke pike good house and rltar aQatlyin grass Price I 110 per acre 200 acre farm two miles from Sprlflit ld fatbe pike well fenced Ml rat redj all in high state of culJ UTaiiom llay well Price S35 peracre iMacrearm 10 miles from Spring illeW Jjtmilesilroin Loretto Good AotiK and barOj 60 acres of bottom- Price 0C0i1Ilr alD iftla near the plko wi the C4tyuIozd farm all lays well and is t WCILjid watered good house andbacfl 133 acre farm eight railed from itiIcld goo J fours Ioom 1ou e pbtoGca3d tobacco barn pJefly of good tobacco laud Priie 22oiIjit Iaperacre5b icriifarm dne half mile frori MtSwntrioSUylnj I grass pinuI gx ocr fSb cco land four room hou e Block i1i c brn 5P acre farm onehalf mile from inffleld aJUnl j graB9arbt class im Mtemefiti I ol t eerj itod good fciSAi c 247 acre iana all lays well and un j 4et good fence nice seven room I3eIlIItg fcoiif tJarge stock barn it gob a cow barm and all o thet outbuild lags Price 30 per acre N 3acre place onehalf mile from 4tiWce imall ousen barn milk J IttttMamd carriage house4 Price 200- 0ifeacres of rood unimbroved land ralle from Springfield mostly ip lf crass Pricei40 pe acre 1118 acre farm six miles frota Spring g keld tly In grass plenty of good vJ toaCcd land four room Dwelling and 0 i1ckad tobacco barns Pricet Jkier are lP I04acre farm located lour inilea r6 SprinCl with good house w tbbaccl barn and outbuildings all ilgood land well fenced and watered ifrlce 30per acre f Fjne Wp 1ilniton County lJ Pawn For Sale garinkflOWfl a the Sam r l Montgomery farm lying on tbe n f BechFixItci2mUes from Teias 1 fail 8 miles from Springfield and llw belottging tQ tbo heirs of sM1el Turner 1WfliwelUoe l abput mile from good pike contaios iout jifIand 75 acres 1dliOTaIi of first t and e J alDder f 1 awel mr 1 1a r3 1up fIii tfi lleCIr failingv9= 4seasotibW Fqr furtller n 8 n nC V te A pnts tttt t 1 ujrjgtieiU K i + II p Dt trT1-L Li t I 1I Jt f t 4tljL1 SA- c Yourieif rlsn- dAcntancss I 4 kc P MFrtsn every idiafrJ ASbiderU v MicL cannell coal t fourteen cenfs PETEIO1ALIENr ti 10 O Pojtuin C f JIwi P tor a d Mc4her jpatjforsale iby I A Shader tJo w J9iWoke try ttie E zz Jt jlar for st11e at al1 g2rtan s tdif DlT B Smith Eoultry and and StOck Powdey only 25c JAShadrs t L ThepufchR eof a Ptit cigar HI youJjtochnc on a bnx Try ur luck Mrs scEoyhasc- rbtI pur 1i H EBord hi ntrei t I1It on Main street Price 2800 f d f 1d t y colvTbtraed- fro my p ce ap Polin abQut a wftek ago Information thank uUy teceMd bY IIRS MATT GIST Polin Ky ay TAKEN TJ Onmy place near Springtieldy ar red sow with pigs aJFew days ldoIIas clip in one ear Owner can hove same by paying iOjT edandfoi this adj v rtl3emel JMns MCLAUGHLIN STRAYED +To my placeon the BeeCh Pork bn the Pleasant Run ork Turnpike on llast Thursda a bay yearling horse cotta ut 14i hands bigh Owner can h ive same by proving property and paying for this adI JEPTHA WILSON Dr E E irnderwood colored of Frankfort addressed the col ored republicans at the Court House last Saturday night Dr Hnderwood rc ade an able and e1t qifen t spot chI and was pointed and timely in his arguments He4 is one of the bestj educated of hisI race and is m nbet of the United States Revision Jlxam natfnBoardt Frankfort I Tfi vario s prizes in the egg coUest coutest offered bv M H Jones manafrJBib f the poiil ryu1 house wt re awarded onNov f ttUe foilt wirip p rties MPS Jt 11aIrl 6r p ixe 50 13f John Brown SHRund rsz S25 vrs SU sLi sflIfl dlrUlh 2O its t to 1 er h t tIIZt fit n l ie rIC 1tift prsz5a Ji Lie n t ttRsviLV dty fltvtjCIir9 faTeiJ1 Hif kill nd a dylav injie trai o Tue Lr iin duv to arrive her au l ncon lltdI feveral W tyj voters Shtngtocon McChord who arr ved tic re one hour after the POllS wel e JlbSedr thuslong their vote j J jj Ii Circuiti Court r conyened yesterday morning BIter having ad jo rned fcr o vjreek on account of the election The grand jury which was orgpnized last week Ictaken up The Shewmaker murder e1 case is set for this term witnesses have beer recognized ajjdi summoned to appear Court may last all of next week Coi Whayne reports the sale bf the CIa Bottom farm at North Fork la Mveek at public auction atr 295 per acre The plncg contains 69 acres xCrfl l Whayne also conducted the sale of the personal proper y of Thoii fovles deceased at Mackville last Thursday Half interest in the undertaking establishment- sold fur B58 Je also conducted the sala of Steele near MttCkyille k and grain s well rhe Effwas withdrawn at a bid of l per acre Auitioner SM Campbell at tended county cmirt at Harods burg Mouday and reports the following sates mad by Uim which sfipvs tbet the cattle mlar ket js in a bad wa Hesoid ur various pa ties J2 hei d ur 2 year uld ieer4 wlging UG6 1 1e JLtlU ID 14 IPtJUUdSHt81 lie fers J 4285 per UJ1UJ1fat 2 ytari ri steers t1l 5 yearliug hundred T- bteers r steers at 1265 pert ui f2 s UIteer t 28J r w V t Mii 1 li iiii5Jjii jThjr TOFrc gJI Ip5ff lH 5 plain cattle at 265Ja nftJj calves sola at 15 tp SO hjffl jj ho 1at1 Kelley lagan a well known young man of tbe to nason of Mrs Teresa Hagan and a brother of Mr C W Hagan the grocer died at Dr McChords infirmary inLebanon on last Thursday a ternoon afieran illness of sev 5 eral weeks from un abcess f the side Hews born andrIred in ihis community his father who Jie about foor yltrs ago oeingIohn 1i Hagan at om fp Limp Supurintende t of Sehoubl for this county Ht as b young ilia jWho bad many frithJd3II the folksjmong young cdmnjuuiiy and was of a brig it a d social disposition He w J about 20 years old auditS enf gag d with his bother In iiiu latter s grocery sto e The fun1 ral took place Saturday m rnl Ing from St Dominic church Ii1 Died IB Louisville MrsHIJI the wife of Mr Martin HilT formerly of this county died in Louisville last Friday of typhoiJ lever Her re mains were brought to this place Saturday evening and the funeral took place from St Dominics churchon Sundaymorning The deceased was born and reared in his county being the daughter of the late William J Thompfon About five years ago she moved la with her husband aud children jto Louisville to Jive Typhoid ever visited this home severaL weeks ago and at the time pf the death of the mpther a s nand a young ugbtarand Mrs Fills sister Miss Maggie Thompson were lying dangerously ill of the same disease Mr Hill was a woman of excellent character and the sympathy of her many fe friends in this county iis extended o the bereaved husband and children OrllP oJj hl Cox Dead Dr H P Cox bne of the best kn n physicians of the county whose home was at Ma kv111e of died oil Tnursd y Ocober 20111E at a haspi al in Louisville where 86i hevhud been taken to miricruoiin operation faihdimini d sic tutnlfr If m whc1 h y suff PJijimhnf ne jj Ij tlt iI It 111 l ita M Ji frfr- si I itI L11t tj4 si t 9It me 0 CstIuiiqi p ac cni meitci 4L4i tIitiluckViUe tH iihurhotd futI overtw nty years and was con idtired a fine physician H deI came to this county from Taylor i county and had mad a goodpijpl izen who enjoyed the resp ct ifla all B wa ab ut50iar of age and Jeeves a wife four of daughters and a son EReONAL Jjf ITm Edelen of Louisyille was here the first of the week arWere in Loiiisyille last week ofjNlisl Bertha Haydbn is at home again from a visit to Louis villej Mr and Mrs Reed Spalding returned Tuesday night from IuistIlle CMrsl eBettinear Perryville last weelc Misses Lula Glonients arid o Katherine Putnam of were over from Lebanon LebanonI I John M Spalding LodtIisvillecame Hoard Goatlpy who is aettfndiiS Hryant Stratton Busit1 nss Gil ege at Louisville is atr homo on a visit It Mrs Henry Edelen who has tbeenI some time returned hfrhnmej at Bardstown Mehday Mrs John Kmhr1i src lt rPd lo he h Jm nur Sn lby ltVillP ftTr rihriHf viifM iho f Al JJIi jIJ1 vcGboriJ Jr who Is t14ipgsc1oll in1 Virginia tlmpI tome last weak accl1unt uf the IthooAm e Sprm Jield tm iftAndi t With which in E3 e Glass frides the nose depends on J adjustments rather than It3tl the kind of frame There 1jjt knack in bending and ud 1 justing frame to fit a nose ltha is Only mastered by one CT practical experience ini tUeir construction ana a thor ou hf 1i9AdgAOf facial contour We make eachpaiMf Glasses fit eacTi dndiyidu1rcJ nose aand our Tehaes are th very best quality that can bel had X We Never Sacrifice f Quality to Price GIF RUSSELL lair t Springfield Ky mThat workwho came huu Tuthday to vote wreilj1- oiiigi rijtn Nrit a j H i 11 OJava df LO i v lie an J lLuc ett S niu s and Aitisue xilliuan uf H pn vi Je r RFY STRICKLANJ DEAD Pastor of SpringfIeld Presbjte nan Church Passes to His Reward The sad announcement was mde at 8 oclock Tuesday evr n ingibatRev G A Sirickland the beloved pasor of the Spring field church who had lain on bed of suffering for a number of days was dead and that his sour had passed tothe Great Beyond and to that reward which awaits one whose life had been spent as his had been in the service of his maker His death is a particu ry1 sad one and cast a gloom not only over the members of his congregation but over the entire community About three weeks agb Mr Strickland was affected with a carbuncle on his neck which prayed to be of a very malignant type and began spread ing and in spite of all medical t treatment it was soon apparent that the entire system was af cted and that death would re li suit The patient lingered until Tuesday nigbft and was uncon ious for about 48 hours before i death The end came pcate fully and a godd tit d noble soul had gone to ii4 reward Rev trick land was a nativd Alabama his home being in wtab Green Becounty wasff years t f aye anrt had ben an orfltunnd ministur ir the Presbye riIa It church f abom tweIcl tHei imli i pits or Itt tt II Lr r ui hWl tl Ut 1 8n II tJlIl t ii i I Ji f t j 1 iit tI r f r MtIJ jt Jti k nILe J i h r1 IU JIii tt c Id IIS Uld IiIJ hetUftA fuursumll children to mourn the th fa faithful rush ud and indulgent fal her The family with the reni insj nd accompanied hy Mr FJ M Grundy renreening the session the c urch left here yester day at no In for Tuscaloosa Alaj wherfi the funeral will take placer William MeGiffort of Tus caloosa and Mrs Sallie B Spencer of Birmingham brother nd sister of Mrs Strickland were here during the last hours f Mr Stricklands illness Lost Two black sows one hump backed wHh long ttajl apd under lit in orie or oVth ears ne large and fat with hav- yarud no mark Any in for luatipn thankfully receicd and finder liberally ref9drdetl Writer telephonel t Buovz Rios Simms JCy Continent lTobacco Co Owing to the many rumors emarjatinff from different sources ndi for different purposes in regard to the future acion 6f he Continental Tobacco Co In his county Iwisb to announce o th farmers r Washington Marion and Nets n counties that iiI buy tbaco tlvs fall and winter for the Continenta or- bucco o ad ray hpnqu H rs wilt liJPl qi cpringfilil t 1fos s- When you waketup o in once to Hyrton8rtrn T8tire aud get a fiee jaatnplfe of Cham crialns Stomach and Liver Ta ilet Oifc or tWOdses will make you vet They nlso cure hll lon n R8i irk hea ack Rod riinntipn j tlort Z r I I 1abl 6 kDemocratic 11 f 1fJ I The election jn ashingtou cQutit1atTusdaywas Demo Crati oven beyond tlie expectauonToit th riiosti sanguine Demo crat For weeks fast although both sides had been working hatfd taS generallycnceded hat the result in the countyo lcl be icloie and manyenthusiatlc Republicans confidently predicted a victory for that side The result shows however that all calcula tions miscarried and ttfe Democratic majority rolled dto ftlnSoit high watermark The election throughout the county was quiet Jjuti large Vo e was polled The Democrats especially were well jwrimized and brought out their full strength Ills also satoMbat t 1a fair supply of crnpigi fundswith which to pprsuade a cerUin fllfijis Qfiyo ers Toe Repiil llc ns claim that they conducted the campaign witJiQufc the use of jmoney at al The vote as pub lished beldwsbowp BeckRamis luralitjr to be 281thef arggsb ever given to a candidate for sa e ffice in this countyf VOTE OF HE COUNTS v J r u r CVmwlths Raeenrt jYrIII drI If ir tdE lffI yytt l5ltff it i t4 PRC1NC1Slk iI vI Jijt t L tiiI E t fr 1 f c lr c Prpderickstown 21359 210 55 210 5Q Moore vil1 J 1531 8145 R 146 79 Wtilisburg t10A i79 1218 111 1- 9North69 149 66 167 63 148 EJendren 88 141 90 138 85 147 Vlackville 172 108 169 106 170 108 Pottsviile1 162 120 173 126 171 120 Springfield No 8128 170 137 156 139 158 Springfield No9189 51 186 51 186 50 Springfield No to f 176 115 177 fl4 178 114 Kelly Shop I 137 87 134 190 140 84 Brush Grove 73 178 66177 66 177 Total 1668 1437 1661 1439 1665 143 8 Majorities 231 V225 227 j Beckhanis majority in this county in 1900 wasonly 82 Thostock law voted on at thfi Mackville precinct failed tio carry by a vote of 147 against to 72or There was a very light vote cast on the constitutional l anendII ment question some precincts reporting ho vote at all The question carried by a small majority There was a close and exciting race for Magistrate in the- WillisburgNoth f district between Nimrod Hendren Republican and IX 35 Riley Democrat At Willisburg Hentiren received 26 votes more than Rley whire at North Riley secured four mere than Ilendren which give Hendrenthe office by amajoityof 22 votes nltV ruslii 3roveMooresyille distric Pope Pralher Repub tab Jmve Crouch Democrat by 12 votes ne vote in the town election was lliglitr The Citizens ticket went through with oppbsition The officers elected are Police Judge Jas R Noe Trustees Gl C Whaiton W L McClellan A Thompson S J Smock and Conrad HertleSn arrns for Sale We have a number of god arms for sakeItt reHSpnpble pnccsi All persO s havhgrea atefoiale or desiring to pur JU e will find f their atfyan i ngVut d cl Pe1p- ptiIi il lIt mi a vru to all In ur hatTs t t l k Iiqi Etit 4 Oftiitf Viifeij f JjI Taxpayers rplt s c us utit4 lit Ieb ujMtiKl hat tI1A f fi the year 1913re ow due p uujpt set lementt of same ii requesied Alsoill Pr sons owing buck tax s will tide notice that iff sam are not set tied ationc they wisi be proceeded against by law BYRON CROAKS Sheriff of Wahing on Iounty tt Aches pains or muacalar iidflamation in any part of the body wilt yield to the great penetrating power of DR CIASSES LINI ENT Sold by Wood Uampbell One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup A New 0 Jewelry StoreI WC GRIGSBYI 4vewe er a d Optifdanhas opened up with aneito ktfJe elry consisting of WatcheS RinsI Ohuins Charms rti verware Clckan OicaHiioods send your utch Jock atoJ i1ry- riepairi9gtoGrigiby the Jewel r nuiliins dtre but first class wk akc a spe uajty of estng he e eli an fittigglsse WC RIGSBYt Located at B rastbwn Ky SYRUP SALOWELUS PEPSI NOURES INblQESTION t NbticejF ve will begin receiving t1rI keys on November Oa dwill want all the nice birds we can goiIfjoy have latett turkeys hold thHin for the Christmas market highestcasli price paid for same Letthem cOme SPRINGFIELD POULTRY Co I M H Jones Mgr t i i i ij i OLROO7TS fi = The largest stock we have shown in 6 3agreat variety of Styles andPrices i r 1 Perfect eFitting and E Ilaudsoniely E Taitoi17er at E ModeratePiie b S1QOotJp IJ r Rigl Art fjJak t 4 yy b a iTukhIidrge line Men Overcoats mAhcaptr gr xeslrorri 4 to 8 splendid values l n OUt hleI s aiiJOySJVtTCObtS in the rtcsr My tjj I ROBBRTSON BftOS Ht f 3fffiHt tnlt li1ffm mtJ I 1 j tiT l Mairiaandfj rl ucJvre qtJ t hto1dest safest stro t 1ariamc4ftInNeni IOtto Iifa1 t piQ E L Now Season b16i I1 AT r 1 1r IICuNningham9nAcash Ji J Atgje Ytliety of Dress f Goods1in black juitncy Zibelines Black arid Colored Cheviots Mixed iSuitingsj Black an4 Colored Bj0 gClothsj all colors of tfeic tS NeWStT111llgS inWAisttngB II IWoniens V Misses auS ChiK If 0ressfY 1 Skirts in newest styles a great assortment of Dress g trimmings and Dress buttons Our stock of Underwear aiid J Furnishings are more pin toiete than ever before J t it SHOESW- eare better equipped in footwear frbZ than any previous i easdn WeI f t4 the following cebred make KrippendjorfjDittman Co Ladies fine Shoes TftisdBrm sets the styles all J others follow tJIc cin Mens Fine Shoes we handle Manuss Mfg Co and MA Packard YtYpat e are 1 none more stylish We are sole agents for Rice Hutchins Waterlt King Shoes every pair warranted to n turn wat0r y1 ZI t 1 CLOTHIIO J t1 I We areshowingthsseasonthefamous 7r Schloss Bros Clothing also self thIf if r JJ Celebrated Wellworth for Men arid Perfee ion for Boys If YO uar8in I r need of a Suit Qr Overcoat we can and 1 t Vwi1lsavey money f I Yours FeryRespectfullv OK j- fI f t J I Gunningiiain Dunjcan v i P 7 II j 1 JOMN S i t McE4ROYI QfNERAl iNS RAIt AGENT J ff l life Fire rdjorr8do f lf J OFFICE OVER PEQPLESBANK a d rFiDuring my bsercefrom office W 1FQrieby- or kf George Neil irlc willattend to any busLns 7 for me tI l I I Ma FOR CHILDREN rePatethecrying ewes summer complain VeweIIMayer el O1i Xv lJen1ul coi1 Te-rave him p Owss- t Mved It euHMt Mf u rbabyH T I INelleI IJT Jt r FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA T t t 140rsaleky lJ ayqontir D 1 r 1 Te Cairo a Gold 1iIOM Dtiy Take LaxaUve Brtmo Qnfnlnf TiW ets Alt druggists relQ tLit oilt jfaturcJ j Itt I WJM AlxUU 1 tMtTt- Aw wild uUJaaf IaaWtI rby r rtW tl MI et th =rl I r trtissi I18 aiw a qsst1sii- a b t1S1t1Otant tiMKt J btpt ae fea p- 1111tIC tbeu ai ver7 ye ri IIftMl A ElI to t jaenl e1nIox Oat vkte 1 brty rlhnaltW to a ft Wt te the l Woo4s1s usway tbe vMual will eWav 1 4 4fe Tteft a i tttjr 6t t acntl aSlt IaIt7 II U wroNg f I0o wMtf Mtmallr thtek that a wt- hlriaaIU ta eapttrttr wo4 become dan li cwrap toot MM Ja not the case ir fTTalBB 1e JIIODkfY for iMtence 1 TINT to very BUappy dot they J0 Mttte Imps play from morn 1d i tttl sht ai4 theyre as cheerful rigrtMf txe ff4iaff when they are ill 0rl i the bird Mwk and listen to tlie 1IlIII11I the chirp aad trllfe then look tl wmMd for an Watch lMfeMH fay 1BppyJrd and V a4bsc MNMhert roll 1h t4tecllilce llttte children on IstNt 7 Ioo4tPbI1adephIa PT Tfc JKrAi the Eerhiere no reason why a muscle wttllie eye should not be orII 4 4 pijijotiitot at the muscles 1 IAtr a weight all day sailfcf 4rftvattrlbute his consequent h dee to the heavy burden be has ifeonw It eeas withoBtrrelaborate 4ik1akIag We coI14 conceive ot the re 4 pfrito feUowlnc spon prolonged use of 1taIVL Mature baa doae all she could l 1 JNted aid proton the usefulness fel sifct jri ife earthly architect ever s ytt pteBBed a Itructure that would not jrteU cnuabte aad fall and the bouse ijHHaaH o ekqmicitely uplifted in curl ia d wysterloaa ways falls and re tMM to 4 wt more rapidly and surely t ilMHt JM d tie for tIM reason that we do W realise how much one part is susy J tali4 ryertlirown by another Oaf JflaT1ifIeIekpbtent enough to disturb the wbeki economy especially IIf inter cacreiat dtoeates exist in addition to eye traln r ATkDrisg KabIt yri Men f talent and brilliance whose Raftettial pt ducts have pleaseU and ns tetahide world andwomen around wfcoi ifasciaation and charm has re eired many a distinguished social cir r4c1 have fallen alike victims to this iMidlous an4 degrading habit The f faiae tfM that better and more original work can be done by means of siIchan kaaatmral stimulus has been the ruin fof Many noble characters Whether it o be cocaine morphia antipyrine phe SiaceUflthe shameful list grows al 7 0It dallytbe fact remains that the Prln1estThe respdnsIblllUes of the medical practitioner 4n prescribing these potent remedies nre therefore very conslder able while those of the dispensing chemist are hardly lessLondon Medl b caI Press On the MCH JCWhat have you In the larder ask ed the cannibal dng of his chef Not so much today your elevated t neMh explained the chef Nothing except a printer and an actor b1 well fix them up some way The diet bowed several times and rubbed his hands together What are you waiting for asked the cannibal king Would your serenely altitudinous excellency delgmto suggest some metb f dd of preparing the two personssome f new dish for instance that would be pleasant to your royal palate Dont go to any bother Just put thf printer in the pi and jthe actor In t tbisupcJ Ad the court jester stepped up and resigned Judge Am Axfccdot of Ben Wader In the early winter of 1SC1 blur Ben Wade the Ohio senator is credited with saying When Chief Justice Ta neywas1I11 used to pray daily nnd earnestly that lila life might be pro f served until the inauguration of Pres JII idcnt LlncolnT who would appoint a f Republican chief justice but when I sarbow complete hIs recovery was Sand how his life was prolonged I be i can lo fear that I had overdone the wlBesr LB Chlttendehs Person al Eemlnhjcences als VnerakIng Talk about big Jobs said the cheer ful Idiot while trying to look serious c Well said the victim wearily fWheellug West Virginia may be- some and Lansing Michigan nay be i ralfber a big surgical undertaking bit loJlushing Long Island isnt such n tiny little MiUtary stunt Baltimore Amer- Ican tlRfoltauate banjiuctIgo Bnnklurk Not aa well as It might t yen know The toaRtmnster called on 0 a gentleman wbo hrtd lost nn arm and a lIcjs to answer to tbe toast Our Ab aeat lemberPNew Yorker t JfoMkerllrtIcMauy ii OO WOmanwould iaie albeau tiful bride but she is de ferred fr0 m- rentering the imarried state because of ill health a 2IDFO WOl1EN WXO CANHOT BC CtTXE- t ptoprieto and makers of Dr Pwfetf Favorite jTescriptibtt sow feeli ftilly warranted iA offering to pYSoo iJT 1 3sgu1moey of the United States for f V eMeiel Lscorrbei taale Weak IMM Prptapwa or Palling of Womb W bkslicwe AUtieyatkit akiraraabietrial of their fCttft 11 IIt cIt the sw o liesitlI 14 t wouldWt JIll MctriUr fooMT MX writes MOl bMiUliM wet KMtMl Social 8deee 5o3 pI tk iiia t Ch4co Jll Th w tciKMlI they we4 tMTtHfMM V yearsSPavos yiMctipOMi llirae ywm a0 tmf UfnJtog oTTnorb t lant Ulklne abeut Arbeit I praise it awl always know wW u1twflLbewerejtLsuedUr Pe1iebou- 14Iwl l with Yvorite Preacriptioa wbentver a Laxitve is rcpdred r KNursing Mothers that will givethem extra strerlgth I NeedI a helpful natural tontcSomethlDg mere stimulants dostrength asneeded reservenot draw upon their WALTHERS r Peptonized Port It is composed only of finestmothersisani ideal tonic for nursing demonstratedofand strengthgiver Port Vine a bloodmakerimported which enables the mother to get value in coinWnatiomwitli pure Pepsin the maximum amount ofstrength from her food Doctors prescribe Walters Peptpnized Port for nursing mothers conval Two sizt 50 cts aid roo t escents dylpeptics weak and aged people THE WALTHER PEPTOWfZED PORTCO 4 Pittsburgh Pa FOn SALE BY1 G J HAYDON Pharmacist WIT BUBBLES IN TOASTS f Some itnraoromm Sentiment Pithll Exrs d at Bnuqactn A publisher Once gave the following Woman the fairest work Jn nil crea tion The edition Is large aullno mat should be without a copy This is fairly seconded bya youtl who giving Ills distant sweetheart said Delectable1 dear so sweet that honey would bjusbin her presence aui treacle stand appalled Further In regard to the fair sex we have Womar she needs no eulogy she speaks f ri herself Woman the bitter halt of man In regard to matrimony some tbacb elor once gave irarrlage jtbe gate through which the bajppy lover iduyca his enchanted gouh4 und returns to eartt At the marriage of i deaf and dumb couple mine wit wished them un speakable bllssh omIedFrom a law critic The bench and the bar If it wen iiotfor the bar there would be little use for the bench A colebrntedsttttesman while dining with a ducbcs on her eightieth birth day In proposing her health said May you Ilv0 my lady duchess un til yqn begin t0 grow ugly I thank you sir she said and may you long Continue yoflrtaste for nntlquitlesr Jjondon TitBits Drlnltlaff and Sntokia The prevalent Idea that drinking and smoking are companion vices is al together wrong said a physician who has made a special study of dipsoma nia I lied oil the contrary that the habitual drunkard is riot abnormally addicted to the use of tobacco He may use the weed as a lesser stimulant when not strongly under UioTlutlucuce of alcohol but when the drink gets firmly Intrenched In bis system he cares nothing for tobacco for then It has lost Its force and its Influence upon his nerves Of course I mean In eStrerne cases On the other band it is a rather curious fact that in the case of the moderato drinker who also smokes the cutting off of his supply of tobacco will increase his appetite for alcoholic beverages and while at first the liquor will not affect him nearly so much as when be s smoking in the end it will do him up Consequently it is safe to assume that the man who always used Uquor and tobacco in moderation will If he gives up tobacco take more strongly to liquor in fact this Is no assumption II has been demonstrated on numerous occasIons =PbIladelphIa RecordI His Edacatlon Want Complete No more Courteous judge ever pre- sIded at a trial than the venerable former Justice of tile New York court of common pleai Charles P Daly The story Is still told among our Ney York lawyers bow on one occasion a young attorney while trying a case Indulged in considerable vituperation of his opponents witnesses finally going so far as to answer the court very sharply wheq requested to modify hbj lan guage Knowtrg tljnt Judge Daly was some what ofla stickler for the dignity of the Judiciary lawyers and court at tendants gazed at the offending attor ney in amazement There was a long interval of silence Finally the Judge leaned over the Wncb and said with an Ironical smile My young friend before you are as old as lanj you will have learned that It Is about as well to read Chesterfield as Blnckstone Success T Moilera Wouiens1rreedoni There has been a vast amount of pity waste upon the Moslem woman irmny surprise even the woman stir fragist t learn that the laws of Mor brimmed confer upon women n greater degree Jf legal protection than any code of la Vs since the middle Roman law Only the more recent liberties protection granted to married wo 11and by ithr laws of divorce and the ex clusive property rights upw in force In tbe United States can be properly cow jtJed tp those In Turkey Under the- MisIem laws the provision for secur ling tIthe wife the free and uncontrolled possession of her property Is mhnitcTy stipulated in the niarrlage contract A suitable sum is also ar ranged for her maintenance in accordance with her husbands rankCen tury iStudying OH the Cars We baye something of It reputation out west for hustling said a buslnes man fronl Kansas Cityiblt luever saw such persons as New Yorkers both men and women for working on the trolley cat the elevated and the ferryboats I wqjider the companies dont fhd nellie plan for renting desk room IIii public conveyances It is cUS- tomary to see men reading on the car everywhere but you have to coma to New York to find halt tlie passenger on a car correcting typewritten main script humming over music scores casting up accounts in little mcmoran dum booijsor on the backofnii en veloixs and ijorlng over shorthand lea sons Persons studying foreign Inn guages read them aloud ou the cars and nobody appears to pay tiny atten tion to them except visitors from other cities who are not accustomedtti see such ostentatious Industry at home They dont do that even In studious Boston I have noticed that advertise menta for lost manuscripts and notebooks constantly appear In the new- spapersNew York Times Distance Lends Enchantment- In one of Mr Chases classes In painting was a young chap who couh not paint pictures much better thus be could save money and the allowance given to him by bis father wai very often gone before he knew It Om day Mn Chase was talking to the class on the subject of perspective ant this particular student did not appeal to gpt the Idea very clearly To niak it plain Mr Chase went back to thp rudiments to geta good start You understand be said that tho farther you get away from any objec the smaller it appenrs The young fellow shook his bead No be replied doubtfully Im not so sure about that Mr Chase was provoked and not n little surprised at such Ignorance am said so Its all right as tosouie things re sponded the student but not nil Now theres a ten dollar bill The farthei I get away from that the bigger It ap pears Old Clothes Ornaments The rich sire no untlirlfty That probably explains why they are rich You have been told of the wealthy wives In our New York Faubourg St Germain who after wearing a gown twice or three times at most sell it tc certain Sixth avenue denIer In see ondhand clothes for about onesixth ol Its oriphial cost Women in moderate circumstances who know this denIes keep themselves in finest regalia at a reasonable outlay Rl h men ore moro particular and Jess thrifty than rich women They dcnplsq the ole clos man andpreter to hand down their crtst offs to servasits to do with as sccmctb good to them lInt runny a parlor oiiiamcnt in swell houses Is bought with old clothes many a new pot or kettle In my ladys kit hen the result of barter with tbe peddler New York Press Animals anil Second Sight Itls a common belief that many mil nials see ghosts and future events Kerner declares that they are endowed with second sight This faculty Is thought to bq especially strong In dogs sad horses Storks nre known to have foreseen the burning of houses on which they have been wont to build their nests and to have abandoned them taking up their abode on other buildings or on trees In the vlcljilty Xo sooner had tbe anticipated contla ratlon takes place and a new bouse been erectedt on the same site than they returned and built their nests ns be fore Oldest Clock In the World The great clock of Wells cathedral In Some tsillre England Is very nearly the oldest and certainly the most Interesting of clocks In existence It was built in 1322 by Peter Light foot one of the monks ot Glastonbury abbey six miles from Wells wherqj It ran for 250 years untjl the abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII and its last abbot hanged over the town gateway The clock was then removed to Wells where It has been running ever sliice 4St Nicholas i TJteiMItes5KdteFfound tbe gas es caplngjKie clBltchen last night Yon tnusfi never blow It out KateI didnt mum I turned Itiout then tuniMl Itcm uRan tobjv H ready to light in t r Varloas Soprcea of Silk Silkworms are not the gole so urceot the production ot silk It is also ob tamed from several vegetable sub stances but of an inferior and lles durable description Excellent colored silk Is obtained from the prepared am finer fibers of the bamboo which IIs much In demaiid for clothing in tropical countries from its lightness am porosity Another form of silk is obtained from the pods of tbe silk cotton SeyertIVnrICtics silk Went Her One Better I never saw you In such a becomln hat my dear Did you get it read made I was Just thinking how unusually pretty yours looks Did you make It yourself Brooklyn Life flow It Vaa Done- I thought Miss Pumplelgh figured on marrying Jack So she did but another glrlwJth more money outfigurcd herSmar Set Envy Is not only a great weakness but it is a great Ignorance too N man envlei what tie can surpass or equal Water Par the Complexion The woman with a muddy skin find dull eyes will find generous water drinking to be the cheapest and Ies1 beauty doctor of all Two glasses of water every morning and night will brighten her eyes clear her complexion and improve her digestion Let the water be absolutely pure and n few tuoutbs of tbe simple Rain many compliments reatmeut9V1JI1 whose gwattat tractive skin IpOlltlCalEcoao i X Children asked the school eom I omy mittecman what Is political econ Political economy answered tbd precocious son of the district boss getting men to vote for you us cheap as you caii Green Bug J Hardened S Pretty Niece Uncle livrfey I think every old bachelor ought to be taxed at least T00 a year Bachelor Uncle Well Myrtle thatt woujd be cheaper than raanylng Chi cago TrlburiKt IThere will be perfect newspapers when tlare is a perfyct world Balti more Htrs1d T- At Cured 70 of Heart Dis Iease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Heart disease is curable but in popleof f advanced age it does not readily llend itself to ordinary treatment There is however hope for nil sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderfulcure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a regulator of the neltrts ncion and the most effective treatment ever formulated for proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so worse I left there with my wife to muchI IsterinIav Mrs T A Kirby at Rol Va While I said nothing to anyone I upectel to live to return to the dear town On teaching Mrs Kirbys she I should try Dr Mica Heart CUTe 1 oldI cured a few bottles of it al o tbe and Tonic After using one or two and I despaired 1sistedstored in to perfect or health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy YouJ t sir are benefactor and I cheerfully recommend Dr 4jhesIIesrt Cure to suffering humanityJ L SLAUGHTER Salem Va I All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addr l Vt Kilo Hedicvl Co Elkhart lad e TIr T5 LIVEJI TROUBLES P IagoodIt cured my ron afttfr lib had spent f10t with doc ton ItU llthomed A Seine I UkoMRS fcABOLINE MARTIN Parktrtbnrr W Va If your liver does not nfct reg ularly go to your druggist and secure a package of ThedforcLa BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family medicine frees the constipated bowels stirs up the torpid liver and cause a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid nets A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and nil manner of sick ness and contagion Weakkid neys result in Bright disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptinI nie i Tbe4ford Black Draught for liver and kIdDer com plaints and found nothing to exce- lItWILLIAM COFFUAN Mar- blekeod I1L TKEDFORIT3 BLACK DRAUGHL MASTER OF THE VESSEL A Stery of Facrnsrat la Cotnman When but TTMve Years ot Age The story of a boy of twelve year acting as commander of a ship seem rather wonderful yet Farragut was but twelve years and four nis old when lie was put In command of th Barclay n prize ship taken by Captal Porter In consideration of his ttenth years says the author Of Twentysi Historic Ships the former Euglisl master of the vessel was stnt in be for the possible benefit the young prz master might lind 1n his advice Par rngut tells time story of jthe qUeer dl vision of authority t1n tits journal at follows I considered that the tiny of trin had arrived for I wasd little afraid of the old fellow as every one else was But the Unit had come for me at lenst tp play the man So I mustered up Informed the captain tllatt 1cou11gennd main topsall filled away we might close up with tlte Essex Junior He replied that e would shoot nnj man who dare te touch a rpp6 without bis orders lleJ would go Ills own course and bad po Idea of trusting himself with a blasted nutshell and then he went below for his plstol I called my right hand man of IJic crew and told him of Diy situation JI also Informed him that I wanted nie main topsail filled He answered wIth a clear Aye aye sir In a manner thiilt was not to be misunderstood and mj confidence was perfectly restored From that moment I became master of the vessel and immediately gave all necessary orders for making sail notifying the captain not to come on with his pistols uulcs Tie wished to go overboard for I really would have badi very little trouble In having such ari order obeyed A Paradox Explained j Why does not a man weigh a p und snore Immediately after eating a pound I weight of food A little reflection will readily csplaln this apparent mystery DuiIug fhe process of mastication dc glutition etc certain muscles are- brought Into active play jmd the exer clso of any muscle ncccs Itntes a tern porary waste of Its tissues and a leer tain amount of carbon Is eliminated II rind passed off during time coutse of the meal This loss however ia trifling as compared with that duO to respiration perspiration both of which are during the various operations Inud a meal length of tijue one nay take to consume a pouud of food wakes but little dlffcrcnccto those losses for If it Is eaten leisurely there Is bnitfsHgbt Increase of respiration or perspLraTron J whgrens if It is hurried through bj are Abnormally accelerated Hence by the time the pound is eaten the cpn Buuicr has lost appreqlably In moisture and carbonic aelllf He Was Ills Own Crnndfatlfer Of all genealogical curiosities the oue set forth below Is probably the oddest a singular piece of reasoning to prove that n man may be his own grnndfutlierl Here It is There was n widow Anner and her daughter Jane and a m in George and his son Henry1 This widow married the son nnd the dough ter married time father The widow was therefore mother In Inw to her bus bands father and grandmother to her own husband By this husband site Linda son David to whom she was of course greatgrandmother Now the son ota great grandinotber piust be grandfather or gran uncle to the per i Boiif 19 whom his mother was or is grcatgrandmptlicr butihi this Instance Anne Vas greatgranduiothcr to blur Divvid tiierefreDnvid could not be other than his own grandfather Prodigality of Life In Ancient Egypt Time reckless prodigality with which in ancient Egypt the upper classes squandered away the labor and lives of the people Is perfectly startling in this respect as the monuments yet re maining abundantly prove they stand alone and without a rhulre iriny form some idea of the almost Iricred Ible waste when vto bear that 2000 man were occupied for three years In carrying a single stone rein Elephan tine to Sals that the ciinnl of the Red sea alone cost the lived of 120000 Egyptians nnd that to built one of the pyramids required tile labor of 360000 wen for twenty years A iieinnrknble Riverain Spain There Is In Spain a river culled the ninto which has very cxtraordluuVi ualltles Its waters which are ap cHow as atopaz harden Jhe sand and etrlfy it inVn most sunirlslng manner It a stone falls Into the river and rests ion all ther they both become pert cctly united and conglutinated in a ear It withers nil the plants on its panks as well as the roots of trees vhicb It dyes of the same hue as Its vaters No fish five lu Its stream Itn woman isnt In the habit of resslui for dinner she should get into tb way of doing so Brighten silverware bv nibblngMt 1th oatmeal 1wi- pOD ROCK FORMATIONS Vws Qaeer Freak tof Natar en tk Island flt Heleaa- Tbere are at least two queer freaki of nature on itbe Island of St Helena or rather four for oitic of them is a group of three figures known the vorld over aa the Devils Nose and Lot and His Daughters Any one yho Is able to study the Island as It Isrr nhd not run wila over the Napoleonic legends which have clustered about that seabound rock since the days when the Uttle Corporal wus b used there In bis livinggrave will find much that wilt repay for investigation time rjaud study The queerest of the natural forma pous are till oddities above alluded to fTjie Undo these imitative forms is a rocky promontory which has been known by mimes which signify Old Nicks nasal projections since May 22 1J302 whcn Juan Custeiia and bis men sighted the island just in time to see the devil disappear beneath the wavei in the best harbor leaving his nose as a reminder of what might happen should the venturesome Spaniard seek to take possession of bis Satanic maj estys favorite haunts Lot and ills Daughters are three conical rocks whlcji can only be coil jnred into represcnUng it man and two women by n strong play of the Imagination According to th Views of some writers they are weather worn statues of colossal size probably tbe work of sonic aborigines of the Island Their gigantic size however woulfl seem to preclude this Idea When or lby whoni they were dubbed Lot and His Daughters no authority has yen tured to say American Drama Excel EveiMtnowthat Americans were the greatest drum msJJiers in the world1 said a man In tile business Fact Not only do they make the most drums but they snake the finest drums too And theres a great deal snore to the manufacture of a drum than you would think Of course the cheap varjetj doesnt amount to anything Tbeyr simply toys There Is just as much difference In drums as In any citm- emusical instrument though most peat pie wouldnt think so Tfie drums re quired in orchestra ana band Wortc have a certain sharpness of tone white those1 used in corPs and military work J must have a duller tone and the draw mnt not be so sensitive to the touclit And how many parts do you tidal t a well made drum consists of Wrong tIt has 248 pieces not including sticks books and belt Everything must bedii first Duality too for n dniui must bar tone first of all and It must be con structed to withstand rough usage Great business Isdrum making and In- terestIng too Mesa Srtemoa Board a Maadwar The messing system on board tt bigI manofwar is is complex and complete as the table Service cf a big hotel Tbt modern war ship with Its five or sb hundred persOns on board must be a floating hotel and torebousJn Itself Every vessel of the navy is required bj the regulations governing the navy tc have a general messing system The enlisted men on ship are divided Intc squads of about twenty eadb forming a mess Chief petty officers and diH eels servants are not Included lu this division Every mess bus one or two petty otflcers at Its table who fare like lle men Every mess has its special bcss man wbp brings the food from the galley and serves it at the table It Is also the mess mans duty to see that tin iness table niid mess gear are clean lu order The messes on board ship are uiuje the direct supervision of tbe com liilssSry department which Js unties the control of the pay ofllceraGunt- gnO Magazine Sarsaparllla FlOori Them w Of all the drinks naked for at this counter said the soda water clerk those doctored up with SnrsaparlUa are most frequently mispronounced Not one person In ten speaks that word correctly Most people cajrit either sasapfllla or sasaprelln Even people who know how to spell the word dontseem to be able to twist their tongues around tile combination of syllables und make Baradparllla out of them They may b6 rfbleto pronounce wonhJ much harder without stammer but sarsaparllla floors diem every tiqicNew Yofk Times A Creature From the iFire Aristotle believed that pme tures were capable of supporting lit e even though confinedto the devourIng clement lip says In Cyprus the manufacturers of cbal ltla lime bnrnltmnnydaysln the fire a winged creature something larger than a great fly is seen emerging from the st and Jeaplug and walking aboflt in tba fire These creatures perish immedi ately upon being removed from the far 1nace r Wot a nell ntr hiss GoWiprrDoes HUt RgIiiVd tlk yet irs Kh6 ispr Not much You ancdnt be afraid of hi repiiating tiny iis you sayPlsiiiitieinuii4 BuI5r in Paines Celer- yCompou4 Cures v DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION AND STOMACH TRbUBLES jJ The tortiyes mid evils of psiaandI indigestion are experienced by thousands at this time The dyspeptics tirain of evils nay be enumerated as followst feelings of haziness languor nervousness sleeplessness headache d tension of the stomach loss off flesh difficult breathing and tb4 action of theI heart is seriously affected All forms of dyspepsia are qu ckly banished Iby the use of Paines Celery Compound The use of thi urvelous nicdi nne allays the inflammation of trie nerves cen red about the stomacht it opens up the seweis of the body and r moves all waste matter clenises the blood it m11 es new nerve fibire It restores digestl power and promotes bodily strength and activity M5 Fred Kois Clarendon Iowa briefly writes out his happy experi ence with Paines Celery Compound follows It gives me great pleasure txrtestifytp the merits of Paines Celery Compound I candidly and honestly say it Is best medi cine in the world Two years ago 1 was saf ring frdin indigestion and nervousness was so run down that I cguM hardly Without help I used two bottles of Paines elery Compound and got better almost from he first dose and have had no use for tnedi cine since I was completely turedu Vhen a hat a good dress or arrrientis a little faded and old iin ashion it need not be thrown away Color it with DIAMOND DYES w baTe n petJl apartot of loeJanawer freo any qutliiis abot 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others that are cheap and good for light colds tperhap kut for Coughs Con where thcra it difficult and ogLing during the nights knd moraines there is nothing like 6irman just been this yoan Regular size 75 centsSAt all C JI Havdon DANGER IN SODA SIPHONS t They May Kxplad amO OUUHB a- JcJte ry These Whe May Be X Do you know that the siphon bo tk ordinarily used for vichy soda water and other effervescent drinks Is wiually charged withm pressure of from 130 ta 1GQ pounds to the square inch 1The danger likely to result from an expo sion of one of these little household ar tides Is b1no means inconsWeraUfe and yet the average person hadlea a slphpn as though it1 were the most hanuless thing fn the World There are two or three tings to fei member In bundling siphons Never keep your siphons near the range for the unusual heat Is more likely tkam anything etoe to cause am explosion outSubjcct the bottle to any sudden change of temperature whatever Foe instance if you keep your alpboM a U the Ipc boxant that Is the best and- safest place for theadont grasp the glum part of the bottle wU yew wart baud for the sudden change temper attire Is opt to cause an explosion The ILbest way to carry a slpboa afall tlwea lIs by the metal top at the Halt fit U e bottle It iW needless te say thin great inest care should be taken jaot to drop a siphon for oil explosion is tbf laev Itable result Whea etopty UtesJpbwi is of course quite harmless IeTbit these bottles are considered a great source of danjcr teetMcieed by the fact that the courts inevitably k14- the bottlers for all Uta ages resulting from the exptertos atone of them if cvn the iUf kMt iWect in the manufacture Of the kettle Lea be A doctor was returning koe frew visiting a patient bite one ulgkt jm company with a clergyaan when UM horac stopped short at one of the awst dangerous grade crossings within tke cltyi limits Absorbed lit lively coil vcrsatlon with his clerical friend and seeing nogate down hemechanl aillj touched the horse with the whip apd urged Uby lila folcfe to go forwaijiV But fOr ONce wW 14 f not respond and Instead of ob ytog stepped briskly aside and turned klIs head as far as possible from the traia which justt then wblzjted ht attkeraiei of forty mules an hour It was n1osccall for the occHf at of the car Ijge who sat breathiest through the fjioinenta 6f terrible ins peise but tlj 2iiors j maintained Its rtttttude of a mjlf circle un ltke den gem bad posscdU scijiua the gate Lkceper was asleep at his pcwt and kad neglected blsduty lUtttthe delicate Iears jot tile horsq had detected time sound of the coming trainBoeten Transcript d tWhen kthe rear Rlile la CeaeliM In tire east side tenement bbfwe re gion coaches are assciciate irltk eajly two and funerals The coach la an tNitwct t IIot the Bedding apt1only the poorest are burled without lime j IInnce of a mourning cdach The whole block knows wkea a ding is to hike place and eveirkeir Ii don the watch when the coack and paIr kcome dashing around tb corner te re ceive the bride The vehicle draws up before tlje harrow entrance le atelmet and prvtvutlyIs entered kjr tfcf bn1de half JthWehil leer white ve31J and all jBoOdlHr rWJaUe a gaping crowd MMu ea 4ke kWes are lashed tke eoiek tans f ether corner arid hii three MkMrtea tbride is tit tke place O Tfct eeneoujtTetiUt cosck thM thMJ swallows up both bride lad bfNk J groooi Everybody iIs charmed at tke 1 sight The gossips are busy for a day New 1Qrk fALWAY9 r ct 4jl The Kind YOll HaTe M4J2InUseFQrOvr3OYsrs jjJ CAUTION- r purcbase universally medicine ConsupptioQ popularity 1vere1 Bronchitis CroupandespeciallYfor sumption expectoration vrupTI 25centsizIbai intrbdueed druggists strlctlyllable shmoWnWasiugtOnTlinesThu thespIritednnInial tbiugsrwetldlugg IndUpeasable YK1j wi4koneaeewri WEiKLT- dt J Courier iwnii i fr ENRYWATTEOI J i T fl Tcnorwctvei3agie i r iMpedeYcfy WilMiili1 1 OO A iI ryjbj JfZ j ftJ tt J t et Editorie Bail PoLLtiiIAriiiLeS zBelt sft t l lBit P ree Bt B J 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