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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e I u4IiI1 NEWSLEADERj R I4- I r r t ap rLii p SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTS EENTIJCKY NOVEMBER 19 1903 1AX YEIi V 4 I I UrDRtAKERS L AND EMBALMERS Carrj in stock all kinds of Fanera MppUg PHON53 OUR DiftECTOfiY V SRING1IELD coutaty seat of Was1iington County 52 miles soith- east Pt tfcsin ioni 59 lilies from V rTLouisvUle on Bardstowi branch f ol I outyUle and Nashville railroad in t i farming and agricultural district T Two Banks telegraph and telephone J tines express ofRce flour uillstlunibcr yarrts FbpuatiOn bQ population of iti eouuty1SOOO Representative iii Congress Hon D 4 B Smith od enYJllSJlKx J I Representative ifl Kentucky tiefrijl 1atie HonG A Doboncy 1 t Representative in State Senate Hou JiSB Purycac CampbeJIsville KVl V C County Directory V CIRCUIT COURT ft f Circuit Court begins on the fourth lv llondar in February Ma y and Pctos- s CijE Pattesc n Jttdge AWSH Sweeney Commonwealth At bntey MO axupbejl CIrk- p 1 ThsA1d1eV iaicritnnrnL- II oncr A QUARTERLY COURT Quztr1yCourtiS Ii1doii ththi1 B 14Ltsey Judge COUNTY COURT CountyXtrt meets on the fourth Wbnday tn e ch mouth B tr Litsey Judge W F Booker CouujtvClcrlk T S Mayes County Attorilcy George Catlctt Jailer Byron CVoake Sheriff Richard Ishom IPL Vi r JJidneyOsbbrne RH Mullican Deputijs Ed Masters James FI Moore County Surveyor J L Royalty Assessor T P OVBryan Deputy L c c Robert Noe Treasurer J MMontgomery Coroner J WBasbliSupt of Common t Schools P O Springfield 4i CITY COURT Jnies R Woe jo1iCe Judge TilW P ClaybroqkeCity Attorney tJR4JUSTICE Co justice Courts are hold in January April1 July and October Church Directory t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev SI JCanriu Pastor Ser 1 y Aices everyiSunday II am and 730 pm Sunday School at 830 PrayoT- Mcet ing on Wednesday night at 730 NfETHODJfST CHURCH b Rev J P Ward Pastor Services 4oilthe First and Third Sundays in each mouth it 11 a m and 730pmhi Sup 4dar School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer ineeting every Wednesday night t T CATHOLiaCHURCH Kev P F Hennessay pastor Ser vices every Sunday at San IDoclock a m Services atSt Roses uie Iouie + CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev FelrjCe Pastor Senrice Fickoiid and fourth Sunday in quell monjlh j t 4PItESBYTE1UANOHt3RCU gey Prc d nf very Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school cvbfy Snuday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Tbursflay evonini at 7 oclock Fraternal Ordeas rAt No SO meets second Mou ayi each tnonth V Washington R O Chapter No 5- 7tns33 every third Monday Spfinpcficld Council OiA2 meets on- tTCinr fourth JMonday K lCHTsJof TimN CAOEES Mcc s i ci y f ul ttxOtidtv ncrc itcii s AMERICAN 1 SILVER TRUSS fNopressurccnfI Uips or 1la1 ii Zoundertr3- pira I Fcr wlehj C J Hayden 1T + i OUNI OF TFWRH JSicakInofhc Ice We bafl some Otftsh neighbors prfc- cthatuiovcljn ViMfchxj roadv We reckOhed they waii about tKe ft proudfest Jqi t yod einpr ttn wed An vrhch Vfeli heil em now ah then v we lichlQur heads up high To make djea d si re they couldnt snub uslf they wdB to try It reaJI made me nertbtis so I jcsj bra Cttip0 Jay An thpajfht IM fb aheaU ail show my anners afl3way Qn Siflut fly slid turnip round an g1zii at the ri w I looked ntthem an say ellol An IheysaW HoWfto dp 4K Itwasnt the cold an formal rreetin- f that yQuHcscuietiinas heard They jjJin led and aid jt hearty likfc thdy meant it evcrv word ILS solemn tarcfl ct on what we nii a lonj lifes wry J3y not j js U6in natural an good IiUmOC1 day l y day j Therel l1t o folks who Mug the slut plcjorsof life dside Because they drejad tbe shadow of their wh uriconiclpus pride Ami nine times out p ten yont1 find the rule works aq true Jes tell the world HeHol and itll ananver Hbwdb do Tahintou Post I UBPHISE Php appoi a tra en t O mdde by pTudge Patt sot JasV Saturday of M M G Ijeachuian to be Commissioner Ind Receiver ofhe Washington Wircult Court chino rather as a JBurprjse to raanjy who were not on the inside althoigh there has beeii fe quiet rumfojfor some ime that M n Leachuiaii was slated for the position The friends of Mir MedJey who has held the poslfion since the death of Mr lrKJS W jmms J r made a gtrhng figdtfor lifis retetftton but wiilioBt avail us lodge P ttesbn liatldvid itly fully made up his jiflind aliil yns not to be shaken lai iMI daerflnoftioui The ap jjolfltmenUof MrJ L aclmmn wilt doubtlyss prove a jp6pui r one for liiere kre few men in the county witll as cany fronds i IIc hits soy ra1 times been a can 1 r didate for pubj c offic before thd People of Vashiogiontc JnotT anti nexer 5uthid difeh Hj r is capable hml wilt no doubt per form lila duties of his Office iu aJ natncr sltisfKetory to al1 e T AYi d iJp Tho town trusv 3 ts hnvti gone alter the delinquent taxpayers m earnest ripeVitly and asa roFuli th reve nwe of he iown has been con siflerabjy increased within the pat few WCQ S Therfe las been a good tittt1 cf kicking frqm those cahcd upon t0PaY the special litnse tax vltich vas impsed about two years ao and a god ihariy hive refusedJor negJepted t6 meet the demands until recently Avhon the matter was pui b fpre them in such away that they were convinced iiji were the better policy 6 payup and a void trouble The taxes of the town ate in truth a little high and in some cases ate burden hard to bear but the tpvn mtist linKC a certain rove tine to meet It ixpenses uch as street Jjghlmg water works sUcet repairing etc If we are to have the bcnefit of air these public enitrpHses is the duty of G very citizen tu pay bis shure and not grumble BbVRK D JK T vwfThe mod ATk ern juioi appears to be man of uiuiel kpfowitidiie and ffemilarVty tih the hhVand de tails Qf j5ra6t4Cp fis was exempli 6edbpy a verdict returned in aj certain en se in court lLst week Iii the casa in question tlj a ampunfc wtir0ed the plaintiff iii itb sui for lauiages was 199 whfgh being uch an odd lig roi gave risp to thC question of wbf and howit so happened Ttf 9 t9rdinnry citisen wa so Pu- howeydr wben in respoztsi iito anituiry to aJuraan he rccivcd IhG lal infovi bion- tlittt averJit ftn an amount Iiithan noO barred the c s4liora bein taken ito a higher court and thedcisIon of tle hjirtb1i- jurj of the lower c urt- allotvclrto tfld utiqutionezI iItJ ejJsit jp n1tILW relatingito tlie qlitHf aficfn of citizens for jtiry service nefeds revising and that lawyis rho spends ur jin expoundipg the law po ti tI ttie moderriurv is bui wasfiin his breath anacntjf gy v The local nim ZUNTING out in force the first of the wick taking early advantage if the open season for bird hunting Reports indicat indlfforent success in bagging muehgame as tliecovejrs appear to be scarce ad hard to nnd The hunter is handicapped to soriiG extent by the farmers who object to having their places in vaclcd liy the hunter and his dog The fact is that bird huLt jnaa sport will iiii a few years bar numberQd as a ihjog pf the past and the sportsman will be forced to sek other climes iSjme of the hunters who had located ctioice coveys of birds before ttio law was out have siifC0tbund to their astonishment thai ibtrUtKds have bqejx greatly thinned out ant in some instances completely annihilat dit Ths fijprk was nvidently done by the r obit hunters who go out etrly in the fall ostensiby to kill rabbits but slaughter all the theylrnppectotthdTile o pSS a lajv against rabbit hinting during tbfe closed season for hjantjng quail WANTED We wopld litieioiaslrf throu the columns of your paper if ihere ir anV person who liai jsefl Clreen rs August Flower for Uic cure of lodigcstion Dyspep sia iDd Lvcjr Troubles that has not beea cfr Klrrand we nilsa tzttttheir i6sii1t Suci as our stomach j4ermentatiou of Ipod habitual costireuess nervous ilyspepsiR hijulaches despon deit fee1iogs sleelessiiesit facji hy troutile connected vVHlii the lUimkch pr liver fjhTs me41oie lif s blori sold for ni6ny yeArs io sil iyiHzud countrie and ve jvnh tbi correspond wfth you aod senjl lyou onuor our booici free of c4stI4you nevcr Lred August tiwr try a 25 c6nt bowJolirstj We have sever kiHJwnbf its failing If so soinetWn tnorcserioaS is the mAttfir with you Thv fn cent hrfs j t been introduced this vcar RgU1ai1 size 75 cents at tiIWgss G jCr Green Thire iiiootgan ot the human iys tem that is the result of nCore illness that lays h oau a for more fatal tlis CKSCS than th kidneys When they are tnacIvc the whole system becomes im firbgi1att1wii Ii poisoiotS blood wlh HiiUcrtnines the very foundation of health GAArUUA sHould be used when the siigkcst disorder appears Ift use will not only save time xpns nnd worry but great suffer injf Sold by Wootl tt Oamobell Desirable Farm Eor Sialc Hrving moved to town and de cided to quiLfartiiing I am offer jnif foi1 sale my farm consisting of fifty livoV and threefourths 55 acres with good improve ments on good turnpike near post office mill school and church For particulars a nd price cH on or write to J 0 Wofori1 Chaplin Kyor W- F spiingliolilhy CheaTsthc ba William lio oy charged with the murder of Samuel Hariih near Parksville Boyle county about twlo years ago and who had been convicted lo s ervo tm df twentybrie years in the sljptjnltentRr thade his es Ciiljo by sawing two bars from tie jail window In makinJhis eacaue ho was just one day about of the law as heAva to have 1be n taken to the penitentiary on the day fcyllowirrg his escape Rowsey is a desperaic man and while no trace of him iis to be hadrit is not likely that he Vill ever IKV oaptu red alive ilaii rc1btnjDewocra t 1T1J2Thi Tw offerOMe liundretl iJollars Rt w rd 1ociiycnsepf Catarrh thateau not la cwretl by Halls Catarrh Our I1 JdUE5NRy tCo Toledo O We thb wnpersiffiied have known F J C4nyfnr the last 15 years alid be iievelufet perfectly honbraWb in all bu iriebs transactions awl QtiiineiaHy aiile t tJray out any obligations niade1 by their firm West S Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo Walding Kinnan Mar vin Wholesale Druggist Tolfdo O Hall Catarrh Cure is lakonfv Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucoos Surfaces of the syste v TestijiyjnJals sent free Price The pe- rboSp1d all druggis- tsHaamilyPlIsarehc best iiiliiiillI J Burley Growers t A special fram Lexinjtonsay ever 800 gVowcjrs of Burley tb bacbo rpris nticg forty ceuu rneItoday A special comntittee with Sy13 Hnskins as chairman reported that theproposibion of the New York Security and Warehousing Company to finance itbe Burlcy Growers Association to the extant of 10 000000 on concUon that the association raise 2500001 vould boaccep ted anXl the repras ntative from each county was called upon and from he sums guaranteed it va ascertained that the amount could easily be raised Fully 70 per lent of the Biirley tobacco crop has been assigned to the association hving been acquired in direct competiion with the Continental and American 3Jp bacco OomDanies it gy yap Cra CFroin the Atohison KanyDaily Globolf This is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies lor croup is ill demand in every neighbor h ed J0ne of the inctet terribly thing in the world is tVbe awakened in the middle 6f the night bt a whoop from ona of tlhe chiWren The croup rem dios artf ajmoet as sure to be lost in caspbf groiti asa revolver is sure to be lost in iafce ol Jiur lars There uctl to be an oldfasinwnNLjTrtMt croup known as hive syrtjp and lolti but SOnic modern uiotheri say that Chahibejqlains Cough ReiJiody is bet ter andrdoes npt cot ao much It causes t1ie patien to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a sliortcf time Giya this remedy as soon as the croopy cotifh apoearsatui it will prevent ihk attack It nevr f i 8an l iapkaarit aMrt safe to take For sale byHayaofi rtrugv toro A Good Movt The people of trryville are inuring on d hafi ome new graded school building in tho near fulniv ThciQ are nOw over two iumdfatl tnd lilly scholars onry ejl inJ tbc districts around and it seems as if there ought Ito he p graded clvool ill that Ji iving lHU0cifcy of the west cnij Owen Mclnyie ana Pror W E eGVaw weie 5nihecty ycsterdEjr n conference wit i jSuperio Indent Raw hugs in rtgiird to tnkin f several charges in the 3I tricts Parry yiile tlifin wiU5a mdi s oj two miles willIi eomjKjsa a siogle dis tiict It is almost certain that the sch me wlI go tferouj b DanvilleiAdVoekte L CASTORIAFor Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho PuraBai M If yoil hare a bad coW and you 4ieed a Rood reliable medicine like Chamber huts Cough llecjedy to loosen nhdr hove it and to allay the irritation and inilaiiistioii Ofclhe thrdat and ltigs Fir sale atIayiU rdr te sterc ii Muster tiU GoJvrrusu Jd 14i utt lookinfvrhh crw4jrn at the fsiudy rug Uu liad boVKlit 4t p special sale I wowler If f tfIO4W life you knew s goo harg 6 wbe you MW- US VMG Tin ease vfnn crWvtAr 4i Fc jUiwii iww that iotnetimnz1tdnl detWre WWit be anti tel idiKl WOfketl quickly Why yb ttf3 iiiiil f yiwn I WBHlwI n ViI r HlPliwl ou t the nicest gwcrfait itlt HMBaru in tb whole yotW and ifiBi best bar githi nuy man ever flife ThErs there tCbIcajj rrIbi4 53patoa IitCli1i The Chinese In ut11lg ptonr- wbkh W rd i h eosmtzy In are flnaitlri ciate 4t W triijw fpr t lcs tlub fcr rablljfbtf luk tfbwcr vet Iuiri boxt uda1wotl b jfrs ttotrcr basJte tttUetIek- SQ1slutn iowmsuims Il sorts cf otnblMttft a luiaia ami the Wols whicii the ayHiigaf CJoufuclua rtvtewitl s inuit joFTawcs e I iai pretty well OZ butrnot iw wett pJE tx L houd- IiketqLt X Barne IHd you ctcf r f the pig who rutted that he WWioiiy four feet to put into the rratdft irt feeding II lie psrntni1oi 4Vel w the aanlc l reply you might aytt Ite carries LI money in A parse thut sliHtea good deal easier tliRSit oi Chicagn Tost- ICnerv What Struck Illcj Duly Ye were auiwtrtick ye soy Why man aive the un could never diiAgure a mans face like that piley Ye dont know me sbnt Daly Brooklyn Lit IwouT iitiiei mqk9 my anme than X TeRRIBLtWREGK w Washington County Man One off the Victims in an Lr N Smash Dpi One of the most disastrous wrecks that has liappiined on- E + ie Lojaisvilfe and Nash vflje ailrpacl fn goals occurred last Thursday morning Noveinbor about 4 oclock near 1ew Hope The wreck wa Caused by a head end coif isfon1 between bwo freieht running at a great speed The freight train rOri ninff South was a double header iWhen the awful crnsh camcthe Affect was terriffic Three en gihesand 16 cars were smashed leaving a heap of ruins and a Joss miai in life that was deplorable Six men were killed outright ijJxi ttvo injuicd one of tie in jed dyiii the nextdwy Thesi men killed veic r S- Cinnon and Ed Sturgis Louis ville and ioieland Graves of Lebanon Junction all engineers John Reynold John Leach find Wm Lyden Lebanon Junction firemerf The injured were Reed ikuraes andJ H Wilkei EuttTesj jaws were broken and his head bruised and he died at Drn McChords infirmary The brdios of the unforlunate train nlnT lay bgd ath Uhe burning heap of wreckage for Ii ours isa fort they were found and then hbng but charred remaipv al most beyond identification were uikon put Ode of thb engineers yho died fttf his post of duty was id Wash ington eounty map Morfland Graves He was retfr d in thi- scotvntirMaclc illc ahd wtfs a cOfl4ff ir Thos M f rfiycs lie f ff jknjwji merclutiu of thn pi ce He married aMjss CampbeU daughter of Mr 0 mbbl mall carrier between Spring dd and Wackvilo Be sic1estI4widow three small chHdron iare loft to suEfer thG lews of a ifaUi r Trio remains of Graves were ttp hist to be taken fromi the wreck atid then only a fav charted bones aijd one arm were all iliat was left to rep sent the n ari The indentiQca ilion ttts made by means of a cu ff button hisl watch and other ar tides ct hail carried en iiis lCI stniliChi1flfljfl5 were brought 01 th plSce Sunday jndning and tal en to M tick ville for burial AaiI a llotgie A chil of Mrs G TBensoii whei getting is Usual Saturday night batli stepped ack agaiust a hot stove which burned im severely The chili wai in great igony and hisAmothor cpuld do nbtiti IK to pacify him K nie ibcr lug that 8he had nibottle of Clianiber laitisPaiu ikim in the house six thought ke wotiid1 try Iii Iessthat half nn our afterappiyi gitthethth vfta qnie and asiqep and in less flmi lijo w el a was well Mrs Uenson ayelI i known resident of Kellah VR Paiii Bnl n is an aitj cpttc Hniniedt and espec tally valuable for cuts btitiri bruises a id sprains Foe sale by Haji dons dm f store IfInc S euril of tlte Cheap lInt itft I tteit tty bonnet swldtliej prpstie ifvo ilurcluMwr but the price liors Hilt It iriiot a real attt tic cre atioBlt fe oirfy Lia Iardcta ine irtuflmii wmvojyi aiW the milliner The pried card hHsc ro lewaly beeii Inverted It should b tlinsu1gkfwl It lhome todayOrdered th attomcfi XIIMUiery Trade Hevav cj 4t rttirYonaWIre VIutt i you 10 WIItUI your tiftttittiHl gOt5 eroVn rnd Hiints tet itwkl f Wife wfll CWrkrtiI resil Wni one oi 1we b UtUTj he HStT 4o write to sii rf rp we vtie iUiTrk4 Iialtiiror ui You can depend on Ayers Haib Vigor to restore color to your gray harT every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops 0llirfaIIingoftIiehairlsoThercsgreat you tire not going to t e disap pointed 1snthatsoiiy- 1taIradodiitI1 trra a outx7hn it took Jut bnitlo U Aver Hatr Ylgnr to ore to Its fonnci lurKrlI color Xotir Hair Vlgof certainly fur it A liOGUANTiockii ijaniKC- pl00 a bottle i 3 c e- njrjjjfrjjsi FLKL A GOOD TOY PUMP Mnliu It AccordlhK tb Direction and It Will Work The following tlireetlops for making Ia real pump one that1wlll work are glvcjnihy thq ChiQlnnati Enquirer Any marti boy who vstinlis the jdlagram Hntl the dlrjoctlonS carefully vyill have ho trouble In milkIng this toy Here Is the way Select n thick piece of bambbo about eight Incites long nvitbput jo nfH a clean ptlio Inside carefully making it as Bijiooth as nosslbler bore a small hole 4bout tijvb Inchis from oati end to hold jTsuiollor plebecfbarabc 0 which to jform tbo spout A Iioll0v piece of bahiboo c somewhat tblnher than the punip b iTCl i Inserted Into the 1i1icLI j1tI = ITILE roi ip AUDITS PARTS lower end of the pomp barrel The top ojf lie stunIl barrel c is closed wttlrh iiCS of rubber that Ur fastened with In snia11Thinnd can he moved up aid down The innhiig rodh Is niHdcj ef a bin stick of wtJbCtUjnd an other sh4rsplccc5r bamboo d THc sliortj piece of bamboo d la closed on one end by a piece of rubber similar tOtlib Joverpnrt of the pump men tloiiet b foreT This piece of bamboo is fn tcn d to tlie stick of wood with the help df cord ala putty and must lit tightly into tIme pump barrel The puuipl bnrriir will work satisfactorily itn quaiitity of water is poured into time upper barrql to getlt started Andrew Joliuxdnu Boyhood Wbin ten years olu Andrew JolTn soil yho succeed Abraham Lincoln is president of the United States was a rnstcd strict boy in Kalclgh N C tftyjl hjtd never been fo school Aijdrew vnts niprenticod to n tailor and began to Mpi his trade before be was able to reajl or write A benevolent old gen tlcmnnln Raleigh used to go itbout the city reading to the npprcnticcs In tbe shops and ntl1e course of time be cameiipon Andrew It fs supposed that in this way time boy wlio was to become a president got his first love of read ing for shortly tliuroafter he began to Icarii his letters fee hours a day he workci nt his trade and tbc ret f tiiiie with the exception of a few hours jdevotid to slecpr be was trying to read At sixteen he finished Ills lap prcntiqesUip but lie had yet to lefirn much Before he could read yelL Then was fortunate enough td marry a young nWoman who bucame his teaclicr lie opened a tailor after be wassbop marrlell aiid jiis yife sat with him while lie worked and reai Jo him In the eviiim- ijeogreiI3irfthmqlie tealjliinff him writing nnd spelling Hlddlca npil ThliiBU Can April March Ko but June May i When Is a man dilnnor than a lath Wlton he is a navin When does ncBalrdisUkcyou When It cannot bear TOU wljy Is iit sliept of stamps like dis taut relatives because hey are only slightly connect d Why Is a whjilcjikp a water lily Because it ahvaya coniog to the surface IobiowrWhat is bctterltbari presence of mind Iir a railroad aucldont Absence of hotly o Ito number This Story A parrot and a dog were JelL In tf room tpgetlKJr Tboparrpt out of nils chief said to time dog Sick him The log seeing nothing else went for the parrot timid tore out about half his tall fqltliprs before he escaped to his perch The parrot aftor looking himself over and reiieethfg a little said Poll you talk too munch There arC radiiy people did and young who would do wl1 to remem ber this story AVooilen AVutch C7ialn Pretty pieces of bark nicdly cut and strung together inakc goou watch chahis for boys nickel watches They are not very dnrablu ut ItIs easy to tnXkc new ones when these are gone VhrIndeedT When the Enitljahtpngu wo speak tVhyU breiiV not rhymed with ireakr1 Will you tftrm why ItS true W ijay sew but JJko ylBe few And the maker of nr verso Cannot cap lila hohowith worse Heard sounds not1 the same as heard Cord Is different from y word tow is cow b tIow is lowo Shoes never rfiSmed with foe Think otHflwe and dose and lose Think rf Foose ann yet of cjioose Think cf comb and tomb nnd tbornb Doll and roll and home and some And since pny Is rjHymexl with say Why not paid with saldprayWe have blood and foodj uSid good Mould Is not pronounced llUSr could Wherefore done but gone and lone Ji there any reason known And short It seems loime sounAn rttera JkP Iimonug Staxeiied TliIflg- KSkIllfnInuadieesa knov that to hon n stnrcbed article when too dry re suit In bieaklng the threads of linen which In a Short time makes the fray ed edge or time hole They also know that hot water damponfr the clothes more evenly titan cold and makes the giinneiit TOQreQnickly ready for the Ironr A sprinkler which Liter moeh iliAn the tim4tile bo IIKlTcHErtHELp bgliedUnsectiKcrosen oil and whiting mlxcd wlll remove ircn rust This combinatloa will also clean tins perfectly andwl remove stains from porcelain bating dishes If fn covering a kitchen table ivlth oilcloth a layer of brown paper isput on first It will prevent the oUcldth cracking and make it wear three times as long T Saucepans that have been badly burned can be remedied by boiling sfillaJn them a small teaspoonfnl dt baking soda to the average burn with water endugb to keep It from boll Ingilry Boll ten or fifteen minutes Brass pans should be cleaned before use Rub tljem with salt and vinegar then rinse thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth Thus you may be sure that tIm pjins are free from verdigris which is a thong poison Keep n palrlif scissors on a nail in the kitciben and drf not allow them to be taken tQ any part of the house even If you have to resort to tying them there They are often needed and It Is a waste of time to be obliged to run to some other room for another pair The Quality of KcatBcss Comparatively few men are distin guished for habits of neatness yet pone can forgive a lack of it in their wives 5Tet neatness is one of the rarest of feminine qualities Early and persist ant must be the training which carries the girl Into womanhood with her bump of neatness Well develojxxL Unless inherently fastidious during school days she is liable to drift into careless habits which she never out grows One girl may have a trick of ieaxing shoes about tier room As a mere tot she was permitted to do this anti as she grew older the untidy om was never abandoned for the sim pie reason that she herself did not no tice anything unusual about it and jprobably nobody cise took the trouble to correct her Without thinking any timing about It some girls otherwise above reproach in their personal hate Itsleaye bunches of combings on their pressing tables while the combs them Tare permitted to retain for days at a trfm their harvest of dead hairs This Is oneN the habits which when carries intonfi e matrimonial state young bUSylq back trThe Woman Who Worloi Whose fault is It that the woman works If it be a crime or a wrong site is guiltless for mans laws say she must not take her own life and her only choice Is between that or en gaging in gainful occupation The persistency with which men critics In sist upon regarding the woman wagdi earner as an inexplicable problem is a discreditable reflection on their corn mbrt sense Since the worker is evpry where in evidence there is no difficulty In observing many varieties of her The majority of women wage earners give every indication of being the vie Urns of adverse circumstances and only the craziest imagination could conceive that millions of wonjen would voluntarily toil in mills and offices through summers hflstcring bent when trees and field flower woodsand seas seductively beckon to holiday making or that in the bitter weaiher of midwinter they would brave the terrors of blizzard for a less vital rca son than to keep body and soul to gether Chicago News i FInnnclu For Bnble i Considerable controversy ragesnt the present time around the question of flannel for babies The majority of authorities upon the subject assert that this fabric should always be worn next the skin while others say that some babies cannot bear rfanriel With these latter I have learned by painful exp rience to agree says a writer in Worn ans Home Companion Examine un der a microscope the softest flannel ever made The wool fiber looks like spears and fishhooks Imagine the effect on a little babys skin Now it Is true that nothing protects from drafts and changes of temperature so well as flan nel It is also true that nothing avail able for babies is so soft to the touch as linen Combine the two Make th abdominal band wl h a linen lining and have both linen and flannel shirts if necessary A White Sqnp Harpers Bazar recommends for the soup course at a luncheon this white soup made from nlniond milklBian9h half a pound of Jordan 1monls and ten bitter almonds and pound togettier in It mortpr moltentng from time to time withmilk until a pint has been used Strain through a fine cheese cloth Scald three cups of milk with two tablespoonfuls of sugar and half a teaspojonful of salt Stir in the unICfqUtons For these cut thln rgunds of bread one inch in diameter arrange bn baking sheet andf sprlhklo with find sugar Melt tile sugar and glaze the croutons in n hot Oven repeating the process onthe other side of the crou tniis i Mrs Gadby Does your husband fur nish you with plenty of pocket mpctey- MraVvGllbiy Yes indeed He leaves hiss money In his pocket every night Baltimore American The human body being lighter than the wtite of the Dead sea swimming ndinI FFre L2Z4LI IOLD RflASLE Ab olut lir Piirs 1 T TELLtAlElllPJS How to Jwdffe- Shayc a Woa by tb of Her Metk Jj I Judge a manhy bis eyes but a wo man nlway iY her lIps said Benja min Imnkllnf And ua man ever read people more correctly Queen Elizabeth quce refused to en gage a Baiting woman who came tvlth every possible recommendation tbecause she said the woman Is a tale bearer Do you not see thi downward dip of her lip 1 will none oV her1 In choosing a wife let her tie a wo malPwbbse lips do not droop at the corners advises a Persian sage If womans lips droop her husbands life will be a perpetual mourning tlrae Nor yet Should they curve tOD much up ward foe that denotes frivbllty Select for a wife one Wjhose lips are straight uottthin When tbeicurve or arch is lacking and the lip Overhangs not y well denned and firm tbriSwner is gen tIe and reatiy to ee Tbe mouth ofagacity is large aafd always well cIsed with the Ihila of the lips firmlyaeDned The ultty mouth is thin lipped jipd 53lJollIed and smooth that light glances across lt The colo Is fine sear let The poisessor of snicfi a mouth will say clever scintillating thingsWl sacrificing her best friend for the sake of an epigram s Coquettish lips are sharply deflncdrt with a deep pressure under the nose and the corners inclined ujiward Here lie laughter and fun and Jove of music flowers and animals The smile is sympathetic never tragic Love of rid Icule will be strong but not in a mall dons vein If the corners dlmpJeAe ly the lips are quick at repartefe Ex change I 31a XaklaIMap making has kept pace with the progress of other arts though its steps are not so iud gnd are heard oftenest In the sclioolroonu It Is really an art to rnak map and baa a1way hem t so From tbjj time of the earliest crude nCfalrs o the elaborate and ei k act pictures of today ftreat dpgre At skill has Always been necessary to give a perfected representation Map maldng Is noW at the height ofH ex cellendekand popularity The SmanVirlui li4 Hind tbj cultivate houses to build or land to sell must have everythii sit flown on his map for reference Ne body thinks of traveling aqy greatils tance without consulting a Biapr ii deed it is almost impossible to escape pIt for the obliging ticket agent tbnwf It into ones baud with thoughtful kindness mindful of the advertiser rt- mejit within the pages as weIi as of tbs convenience of the tourist Maps are so common now that there are nohiOrs i little boys who think the soil of oie state Is green another brown anDr red iiecaise that is the way it Is col 7r ored in the geography Worcester Spy ji A City of Reef GarteM The majority of tile house in Buenok t Ayres have but one story Whose flat t roof serves all the purposes of Yauke lawns and dooryards White the par tIos tire frequently utilized as dIain and sitting rj oms It Is he univeraal custom to proinenade In tile 9001 of the day on the house tops to tit there at morning and evening enj ylng the is freshing breezes extenslv t views an variedi panorama In the i treet below Tile children find their rf vorite play jgroqnd on the root Tberi the nurses bring their infant chargei t the sean stress her sewing and the inald bee mistress bedraggled finery Jo put lit r order ngalg The sTothes are dried anil 4 aired jand irpnfed atop and dwrlsg the r heated terni of this dewless latitui thousands bring up their beds niL sleep with the starry sky foa counter l S pane A Tr W tlrer IA clogged condition of the sygteja to one symptom of ailser out of order Here Is as good nndrslmple a remedy jas any I know writes a nnyslda Get a nice lesion and cut ii IB half Take oneuulf in a fumblerfnl of co4atN water tile last thing at night and the other the first thing in thef morning Half n pint of very hot water wIth a squeeze of lemon of lime In it before pbreakfast is also good Ioth reied1es are well worth trying w T tIY With Boar f He Life Is simply otic Jtra 4 cMte f If you are not among the prsiss yes raY 5 must be one of tlie puriue4i f- SheWill ij you run fitM tk TMii r or fly with the d er 1 a t HeI will fly with yowr 7f tplea e Kansas City Ioara4 jv in t liere Is nasmick tk Ht mkJthe iturdy self relint pirisi l cant contradict you sIruus the patient sufferer Ail t c y ts that If there iis I h reiit peem it Washington Star cii rePiR- aiRivDr trM i 1lUNWSADRjJ YDViICLY fIM JMrtAM IN ADVANCE 5 PINCFILD xvJ i fc DAVISON Jr x A it tIL srb1sUItceE jO sO M PCt I OIi6iUUc1 matte irim ao Ijatllow ratesbct cash anl t bSJdlM a filters of MOods At1et e tracts rade on ll ral- FfI iifaMresolutions of resPect 3 ILxovcrkzNT Mv ft t 23- 0ers 500 rwtc I fTCW AT NOVEMBER 19 19 lUprrectnVative South Trimble lot XtotfcttcVy introducedln Con fW bill hicbj ir adopted Tfiif mi his opinion maTte grow jirj of toKvco independent of 1tlM TcbJccd Tustrho bill 1 alt tho tobacqp planters the jright to rna ket ie oflax their tofcico ill it pure state in anj IAtitiQf akage The Irus itigi cltiiBedhas sorediiced th prjb f of tobiftco that there f Itofe in it for the grower This bill Itsi t claimed by its autbpr will give the fartntr adiciccd advantage Theintroduction rf fhejneasuro will doubJes mate Mv Trimble solid among ilie iarmers but that it will ever be V C man law is a ratter of very crave doubt j Thiegieat strike of the street Cir employees ot Chicngo whicl t its tied up tlreentiresstem o I ilfeAUMQKL lrp days will prob a ybesEtte11 f1o baNby n bit a two It took J 000 01 iCepen Tsetday t protect five tiars that Made trips over ire lines FOILING A HIGHWAYMAN iiiC IIJI srTl lKsr ta Do WItcn Intro deee4 te a Holdup J A man who carrleshis uioapy ant Obis watch in his left Imud vJiueve kee a enny nor u timepiece In hEii- p The lrettu lon which is q fe fetrpue Is so simple titat few peppi Uae thought ot It Yet It hts tlif auction pAihe police dud Us efileaci lhue Ijecn pr r dIn more tbia ay In stance a As soon as tim citizen In confronef by the holdup uian be will If he hn ji his won y and Lis watch In his hand Ihrow them ou the nearest htwn at Into the ditch No hlgliway rollier has time enough to stop to look for eitlier There Is na sense In carrying vriluablep la the right handt because the fiist move qf every accomplished holdup man is to grab tiLl vt1in by the rlglM arm This moyemeut Is made to pre vent the victiui from reaching for n revolver The man who tries to draw n re volvcr while a lioldup man Is iIn front of him tides his life in Tils hands It a CitiZen carries a revolver at nil he bdud carry It Itf his right 1h httvhil In n dangerous stroct lUg money and his wuteb should always be In his lleft Then utter hi has thrown them sway and the robber tins departed Ulseouv fiLed the yictltii ron take his time about 2 iludlug his property tThis simple plan discounts nil the reTQtvew vonl earns Rluirrshot and brass knuekles cor lurtntAl mrJ has the nddodj beauty ttujt it llit be pin ployed fcyn wotnaa ns irell as by a BIUII To Hirow tho purse ox the watch away takes butu fnicllon of a seeonc and thatisnt 1oiigC1ikigi Tribune l Stilt WttlUipr of France Ta tire soutboriiit stilts are r necessity to the PEopl who are mostly ahapherds They must walk on ttUtRlo order to oversee their vast Cocks of hoopl its well cs to pass through tilt bogs TIese ElieDherds mcn women and children walk coalluron y ca tstiits Yronj itlx tto eight feet high These tilts are merely fastened to Ihe fVe JSetnetimes the stilts have itprlgh a reflelillig ItS far as the knees mid bouu flrjBulyto the logs tencntlly thesjghcphprds a id pliep lenlesses carry iotlr whHi they jin use either a balafiolng poles or as ituyirorts very Ina eanes as It wore reiehhig to the ground iThoy beeome j j iffunt In stilt walking that It It an itnnrml JJJhfO see a shopherdow utrldlijg aiong on Ktllts that Kilso l1e Bix foot above tlip ground with rl bnlaiuInsr role stnjpped to her bari and hoy hands busily knitting socks for tbhand orbrqUier The ijcompleto miconeera with which theic country folk make their way ll nn stilts Is nstoniBliIng Onn niidit almost say that the thlldren 1JiaJtJJts1hrn to them Ins enc1 of crcdle5 Washlagtou Stir t tegciiI- A roc strine1 instrument iuspenIed h a farocablo position aear n ijlaaoforfe wIll Id whoa toaes correspoafllpr ip tUeopea Ktrnp ore produced ou UI o Jrart ortef JTie voluaia of th nuswu tug tone iell lepegd upon the ntajos plierle courtitteas flit quality nndcolw OJIJ1Their a fAntllht anecdote told fanioiw tHt JKba by slnping the ornI that W lff9eiaat with that wtiieIiinntll wake the tlnss shiver so tt9t tttiy that It weukl fall to pieces It U jjeeanne this teaal sympathy hat the 1f ff a harsh rittflnI tOIl thtt hiity foUdfmlf Appear la a jkiuioforte Ig df tr rtf l with dlfflcaltj Tlniihli It nmy ItfIPPtrto be In tile vtruuiftif It ii oftMMrnt7ayjrirl coiu from n l rohi nl jiit1a- a dIll IHtllfr JIStu i Ir TT it ii rr L lriimin 3 iroW idrii iWroUn t5iit- iI i t Mews Frpiti The County i Happenings Among the County pie i n 1as Reported by 4jur Correspondents IfVtt ft non n fton n nftftnl1lnnl1IftJI Co wt c FENWICK WF Log dan was R Texas SunlayMiss Minnie Barker anti Walter Adams were in Lcbanon Ratur day and Sunday MIs Sarah Logsdon spent Sunday ttfctti her son W F LogsdonV Mrs JR NfcAlisler attended church mi yonr to vn Sundny Messrsj Ed titsey and Lern BradahaW of exas wtTd here Saturday land Sunday Born to the wife of John Birkor ithp lObh a fineibqjt Miss LenaB rkerhasi return d hQraeaftc a vit it to Miss Moihe TayJQri JLMr and Mrs John Harmon of ackvii1ejspntund iy with the famiy ot J N full Miss Ella Adams is visitjng at the hbmof ifrj W T c Laugh1h 1r J Miss Ada McMillenhas re turned home after a ttsjt in Louisvtllej r Mesdames Gi ly TViilrtt ard Jie Sniithj viiifdd relatives Leru lat ceki o Miss Koke Kelley Iris retun ed born af eif awleks visit tto Miss AddieLogsdon at St Rose Miss Annie Kel ley spent last week with jljhc family of OT Logsdon Weare Igladto say that Mr James Janbsis convalescing Born to the w eof C M Tumey on the 9th agirI McINTHU Lots of people are greatly pleased ov r be e1eetionretirns- while sop e are npt so wtll pleased All the farmers hi1 becu Vityby gatheen J B THJbCught a farm of Bjii fcimmiii Very recently Harrison Adams of Hardins Crejk sr ld his farm to Mr Leslie Rally ifor 2500 und the former bought a arm fJis Band Ballards Beonard Mclnyre sold some nogs to Mr Bill ard- Mr Bilt Bniiili 1da nice filly to die last week 1 iss Etta Hill and John Simms SM apped hdrst s last week Yellwoliicjust up tp date oqw with the telgpone J 13Hiti sold anagcdcow to Tom tvellyat 25t Born to the wife of John Medley ort the irthn girl Boiu aiotlrcc and b tbi are do ng nicyl y Joe IJigdon and wife of Louis vileare iai this sebtiontisiting friends and relatives and are also Jook ing for A farm MSs Alice Bhniford is vieitirig her sistvr Mrs Marion Wtr en of L aviess COjnty Misses Eta and Dissid Hill visited frionds at Mo rest ille 6aturJay and Sunday t Kobfc Yheatey iis building frMrs Tths Blanford adinijtig room and kitchen tV Richafd Fields is very sick wi h pneumonia MisesGracie andBertnlcWaii ters of your towniassod through hero en route tii tlivir sisers tsJa WcCullums Miss Boll feint th arid Richard K2ene and Julia Eadjgette and foieph Medley w1lle married lit Ijhlf pastwolverpo ok Y din1day th 18th Mis FJori Ktcne is at home th fiwVek to attend tthe marriage ofL11 biote1iciitidhllsboro flu i lOt ouryoJTu friGnd- Uluybroufce i wlpJcd iit ttttic et by a nico otC Ku j Hasant wa rcJs- ah1 winning Smiles mike himn ofJYtPQP1ur cari idatc We feet sutc no will rrakofji hood Representati etna the people of this county ill tak4 pleasure in lid ng litn to higUct office in b io futtir V IX rcL I t tJi Eld W Ezra Sutherland filled his regular appointment at Rdge Sunday A good LQveI idieoce was presenr Thy have begun painting theirhcue r Henry Settles and familr bave moved neat Brooksvtllo vlfere he will make a crop next ytar Add Blade has beoa in this community during the week and bought up several large droves of turkeys to be slaughtered fur Thatiksgiytng A very nicdsum of mpneyi4i now ia the hands of tho women that will be doubtless used for the boneSt of the homa Small grain of all kinds is looking well especially te early sowTng and bids fair to make a large yield B H kIlvoy bought a col from Rbt Mcltvoy ffirr 10 JR Settles bought an ox ce1l lit work mule from Hon G A Dofioney for f75 He also bought some corn from him ftr 3 per barrel We are informed that tlie Sun day School tere has lien ut fcojiMno4 ioroing into o that Was mar ihjbt in the wt r some gtiine i go had entirtJ been abated and the office thought best to discontinue tie school With no Sundgy Scho andno preaching there is nItmuch danger of aty one teii foundered on spiritual feed WI most certiti ly need all liB got that might be derived nom hull Sunday Scnool and pj acliij indcte think they should ha continued Thos ilLoY and wife Vjs ted the family of T4 eicroPohn last wet k Nirsi Grow will leavoWSflllindis in t fev i daft trutllJ J hoi Pryf Vi Horns of Harrods bu g was her1c last week se linj organs aj d while here was th guest of W a Sutherland and wife rjacklargcs eirof horn that wo have see this season It has twenty rchvs of grains en tliecob and 51 grail in each row matting ovira thousand giains of corn TrTe err weighs nearlytwo pounds The fjraiers are getting alon well in cribbinjs their c rn ard lis tiutJIliscomIairitof rottjn corn Thr pried has fallen from J to 211 per barrel fyThei is aJot oJ corn for sale 1 rjughou t this community ndbuyersmed not go any Jurtherthan hce to be suppJ d t XiLAC PiiUfam Little Fjora Gordon a da1LI1i ter cf Mr and Miv Joluf Gijjdph was uiQ r Kockbridge Tuurs day Funeral services by EU J A Fim Mr iTsiiuwi Inger sham a En1UfIday Funeral servIces field b ImdJ A Sims at WIIlihurg IRt II P flatchett pro lchcl tq alargaaudicncn Sunday ait Pleasant Grove church Mr Prccter Crouch and Miti GrnwililIKuys ana M iss Lob lia Terrc were marrfe at the home of ifev Sun Wedne dny rE mlJ N Gor ouwilbegill a r9ChurchMr L W Jenkins was seen 01 every corner befjrc iliel election bu lie is vtvy qCUicfnow we doaf saLhirivatnyilore- Onlhc Hlsh Sean At the bovrof the steamer sit the two happy young people IIoxv sweet If secwa tonight sighs the gIrt How sweetly solemn Is the view spread before us Eveii the sea Kevins to be HleepIiiK us It lies so placid IJIj Kheu5of the bout mnniTthIt Is a wake behlndrludge ffoililuK flora emrule Mrst Catldle1 t ypureolng in for Roclfty Has Jot r ijaugUtor made hi t1ebutyet Mrs X ttiteiSVrhl should any iiot- gotnlJ tliim ililit made to order tu rarlalliJIcdIvfcfi Trnss VaracainPh 1 Sold clyJp 3ctgO 100 Bottles i At aU good Drug1- stzaleby CJHaydony I JVvf o AH OLD CHURCH BELL CAME FROM LISBON AND HANGS 111 IN A NANTUCKET CftURCH TUcStoryoMtii Pnrclinie ly Captain Clnn1 y niiil Itx Transportation toI InJJi Keneath the outlook In a Xantucket church Is the belfry In which swings thieoltl Spanish hail Knowing that this I3uown Unitarian church tho vis itor will btr surprised to see a Catholic ClOSJ on the bell lt he could read Por tugucse anti lied not previously ac qualntod himself with the history of the bell he wouttl be still more sur prisgd nt ti3 iuscriptipn on it The translation r this inscription is as follows To the Good Jesus of the Moun ala the devotees of Lisbon direct their prayers offering liim cup complete set of sis bells to call the people to adore him in his sanctuary Jose Domingos Dacosta has made it in Lisbon in the year IS 10 Of course the bell must have an Interesting history to account for hlsi Inscription That history is briefly as follows A plague was7 raging in Lisbon nnd certain people in that c1tprnyed toi the Virgin Maiy for the cessation of the plague and vowed to place a set of six bolls In the Church of the Good Jesus of the Mountain If their prayers wure heard The Mountain is the name of a certain district in the city of Lisbon In which there a very ven crabIe church caled as above Shortly after tllistthe plague ceased and ac cepting this as the answer to their prayers these devotees of Lisbon pro ceeded 6 fulfill their vows The work of casting These six bells was Intrusted to Jose Domingos Dacosta the best boll founder in Lisbon The six bells hind bacn cast the masters labors had been crowned with success when Captain Clasby of tho Xantuckct whaling fleet chanced to visit Lisbon He had long wished to buy n bell fqr use in his native town In company with Captain Cary be visitedt the bcll jomvilfy of Jose D- ogoiJacostn nptnln Ciiry It seems was a connoisseur InjUlK Da costa applied tIm love to one bell urtpr mother as he struck each to ascertain its peculiar tone or tone quality but wh time Captain Gary said That Ivlll not do At lust Dacosta raised and struck he boIl whflse history we are dcscrib iig Captain Gary was delighted with lIe result uAh Clnsb3 he said you need look no further Thats the bell you want She is a beauty She abunds on B Well sir remarked Dacostn we consIder that to be the finest bell that ive have in our foundry At first Dacosta demurred and could lot see his way clear to selling the oftlU since it belonged to the sqt ot- cchimes designed for the Church of the Gociil JPSUS of the Mountain and was appropriately inscribed nnd nil but Cfcptaln Clasby would have no other Finally Ducosta decided since the bell had not yet been consecrated and since lie could east another to take its place that It would be all right to sell Ko Captain Clasby bought the bell nd It was brought to Nantucket by Japtain Cary whose vessel was going iomo first In Lisbon just before he etsaU Captain Cary heard of the dee aration of war with Great Britain or it WAS now the year 1S12 On the bay oer thoy were spoken by a Brit isji sloop of war Fortunately the Brit slier had bccii nt spa for some time inil hind not yet hoard of the dcclara don of war The eommaudcf asked aptuln cary the news but Captain iiry ssjys he took especIal pains not tto tell all llyi knew If he laid told our jrerloufl liell would probably never ute sepij Nnntuckot It might now be ither nt 1he bdttdm of tlie sea or it tiilgljt bo swinging In the tower of English church The boll was landed In Nantuckot Hill placed In the store cellar of Sain lei Gary where it rfmalnctl until 1815 vhcn It was purchased and placed in the tower where it now 1unns About J500 was given for the ben thcsoclet paid about WiO arid Jthe test was raised by subscription lHycn Sonic Friends jr Quakers subscribed After the bell hail been in use a little while the agents of the historic Old South church In Boston heard of it and thoy sant a letter to the ngents of the South church In Nnntuckot saying that thoy had a very good clock in their tower but no bell that they hind hoard thiit the bouth church In Nantuckot had a very flue bell nUll they would like to know for how much the bell could be bought IThe Nantucketers replied that they hall a very tIne boll In their tower but no clock that ticy had hoard that the Old South ciiurch hind nvery line tower clock and that they would like to know this price of the clock Tho agents oflforod to paytta pound for the bell Since the bell weighs IfiS pounds this would have made the price tlrj5 making a net profit ot 1075 above tile pric IbId for the bell and l22r above tthe amount contrib uted by tIll 8odelrlt that lie old Xanucketirs nuwt have hail some sentiment af tor nil and were not purely mrcan1lo In thoir spirit It tlfo NanttioktUrs hntl agreed to sell as they might have done our bell would probably bo hanging In the his tone tower of Old South church in Boston today That might have been n jjrvat honor for the bell but It would have Urea h great deprivation for Nan tuckot Moreover It would now be spending Its time In vlogant leisure In stead of bping n very useful bell where It is Tho Istory oft tills bell Is like a veritable parable of human life TIll possibilities which occur In tile history ot tilt Inll remind us of the possibilities whlh abound In every life Cor Sprliiglkid Republican Tlpmdiur the ScalcH Confound It growled Closomnn I dropped a dime in that weighing ma chine instead of n penny Ila ha chuckled his buffoon tlPjproMn Rose This portrait doesnt look like my wife at nil II rtltI know It doesnt but It looks RS she thinks she looksJucief So strong is flank of Engand note appr f1mtn iilie e5oet will lift a rvsgh of lO jontd3 Gonsurnption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for consumption Eat plentyof pork wasthe advice to the consumptive 50 andico years ago manIIt IS t is food the consumptivei needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to rtheconsumptive Pork4s top rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat inj this vayj which jis often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more thdn that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and lhypojos phities in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak1 parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request- Be sure that this picture in the forin cf a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of liinuUion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHfcMISTS 409 Pearl St NY We and Si all druggists ILb Strangestilts are those used by Jar auesa and hJI4 uoya Instead ct having Hid lIocku like the Anioricun boy they have foot rests mortised Ut the stilt stick and projecting backward Thesestilts can only be uwd whuro tie Japanese boys foctnre bare fottho stilt flick must bo grasped between the first and second toe ofrxach foot Spanish boys are great stilt walkers and they Invariably use sticks that roach to the hips iuid are strongly bound there as well is jihe ankles In some of the Islands of the sout Pacific ocean very rough spoVt is gaged In by boys on stilts Porchoa jligh on their thin support and with their faces anti skins grotesquely paint ed those seniisavage lads sometimes ttsiuuliy as twenty at a thnC meet and try to trip each other up or knock each other1 djtwn Like most sports anti games sUit walking Is of very ancient origin Cut in the stone which forms oue of till oldest Pharaohs oath there Js n crude picture oron nina loading a procession and walking on stilts This ancient stiltiwalkor must have boon vory skill fuISfor 4tt Is holding no side sticks but Is using both hands In holding a great horn to Lila nrouth which he iIs apparently blowing Waslilnglon Star IIlURTN nnd llatttllcrnfin- Goorgo III when not engaged In per forming iliv operations Avhkh had so much to rto In gaining for hlu the popular hl iknanio of Farmer Jtorgo amusod himself nt one period of his long life with the makitij of buttons arid attained very respectable degree dificlGeorge IV his and successor affected anothop sort of unklngly did tractlon for Idle hours and particularly prided himself on the perfection with which he could cut out a pair of breeches Outside the glorified ranks of the fashionable outfitters of the day thq Stult7es the Meyers the Schwcit zers aiM pandrons only Ucau Drum mel was thought to be his rival at the shears but for elegance rind accuracy and style the king considered himself tIm Bcqu3 undoubted superior The unfortunate Louls XI was an expert locksmith with a general turn for mechanics and spent whole days in his forgo as did one of his prodocosspre on tlieJhroneof France Louis XIII The Story of nAlnlen A Sooltlsh newspaper prints the following remarkable nnd dreadful ox perlencc vlilch a correspondent Fays he hoard from tile lips of a follow p songcr a meinborof parliament TiN man hail left home early In ttho morn lug trnvoledntiout t a hundred mllqs by rail and put up at a village hotel Feel lug fatigued he retired to his boflrodm at an curly hour lie wits In tho act pf umlrosstng when then apponixd to him what Was evidently time ghost of Ins foiiryoarrold son arrayed In the vestments cf the tomb A convlclon thtt his sou whom ho had loft In thin moni Ing in perfect health was doad urge him tQ thrive to till nearest station Ii thito ttt catch a train that nnsjpit at lUi nlaq Oh roachlnr homo oarly next inoVniiii ho found hat his boy hadi lied ah ntttto time til vision had api pearocl olri Qlr19rtItalhtny FIe first Amorlcan railway cot jbullt for stcasii1 caVs however was niadtS tto Imal Quhicy granite for the nakr lUll inoiuimcnt That was In 1S2C It was three miles long The first railway built for stoani srsvwas nil Charleston and Now Ilainbnrglln In South Car6hia This was for pome tlric the longofitt line In the world lo7 mllps The first locomotlvoa weighed three tto five tons An imported Rngltah l motIve wolghiug ten tons was tcY heavy Twentyfive enslws of thrt day would inakc one of today Fifty years go a twiln load of 200 tans was heavy Now loads of 2000 to 2500Hon3 are handled VTlist IJe Synlcp Abut Dean Hole In impresshig clergymen with the necessity of making thcju s leg undrrstod by their congrega tions often cited as a horrible n famous elasslcnl scholar xnmpleI addressed n handful of farm laborers l1n i codutrt mission rcoa In tills beautiful xouary my brethren yu hate the apotheosis of tuiture and an npcjdeikrieusla Of theropratic onlnlpo tcn e7 The dean was not surprised wJJI u he asked one of the flock what it Tvnii about to be answered uIt vaa aboiit an hour and a l1nltl a j i i tt 0oyte rwfP jp4w Mr 1 Sevo HWpMtla 1- 2 J 1 a HOMEIJt Ii n entlal to Uapplaci 1m the Family Circle There Is no place whiiethere Is greater need x f true rcdued everyday courtesy or wiiere It will be more greatly appreciated tfhan In the home circle Yet in how many households do we see an entire Icl of it The husband ones In tired and sur ly huvrics down his meal gives the cat a kfck null departs wIth ut one kind word or gracious act to any one TILe children are noisy nod quarrel some The mother tired nod nervous has only sharp recriminating words for her husband the children and the servant Thewhol atmosphere ap pears surcharged with the very quint essence of jilisturblng and dishearten ing elements IiLct a visitor come In tot make a neighborly call however and how quickly everything Is changed Both hlmwlththeWhen the visitor departs Is bowedhc out with the mostchiiruilng grace and In silver tones Invited to call again This Is eminently right and proper but why shouhj not the same cpnsid oration jncvnll among +those who are bound to each other by ties of family relatlonshipionr own Whom we love lestr Why should not tim wife the child the sorvaptl whom you meet cv cry day in tIme rnbst intimate relations why should tl ey not I ask be vouchsafed courtesy as well as j hourIl are told and tliitik courtesy should too iO one 1leIhe dinu or woman can stand weeks and years or contlndal tdiscourtesyIj meet her In the street and 1hewron kind or cordial word Why cctful to members of your own family Try it You will find you will qe happIer for it Your will become an Ideal one nod 1omeI ono crlll b e iiifluenccd to good light Klilck will radiate from itnt6burg PrCS3 THE JIMSON WEED Probably a Legacy YpCJi From Sontl jubrlc 0 Ada Once uppn atiiiiti tin name of James town mutt Ijave been very sharply shortened Wilhin the memory of many people now livIng James was pronotmcpil Jeeins Jofnct we b here thai that inns tIn accepted pro I nunciation of our Virginian forefa thers But Jim must have been the diminutive of Jeems us well as of Jam at least ira judge so because wljat is fiippularljr known as the jim- son weed r t1I1Yls the Jamestown wcetlNNor IsHherc any reason to suppose tlat tills contraction wtfs made jcer Ingly or Jsneeringly More probably it grow into use jess so and we find Intelligent Americans to whom It has uecr occurred that there is any con fleet ion whatever betwien Jamestown and Jinispn All tIn same the au4 thorities shy that tJinisoti is short for tlie na pioof time place where the English niado their first permanent set tlement In what Is now the ynited States ami where tin Old Dominions first capital was located The jiitipon tfeedi however is not a native plant but probably came to us from South AmerJca or Asia It Is n quesUon how It got Jamestown but we believe it Is concrdcd that 1tls not indigenous to Virginia HIt was dtf Hbcrately amid designinlly Imported It must have been because of its medic hail value certainly not for Its odor which is vile certainly not for its flow ers had leaves because they do i0t compare In beauty with tlloscot scoVcs of native plants And while this weed Is now recognized as having come me dicinal value it may not have hind that reputation then with Europeans The Chinese however Use it to some OS tent medicinally and may hftvd done so from time immemorial that country being little given Jo the ncceptanea of hew Id 3a or new remedies Ilichmond TiiEesDlspatch yuclinngenbe Id like to cxciiange this said a woman who the thcr day entered a retail bookstore The cleiilciiinwrappcd the bundle and glanced at its contents Im sorry madam he said but we cant do it Why not she crledfliouvenl ways exchanged books for me hereto fore I know replied the clerk polifcly hut ilrmljv but yc cant change this Its the Ieolards Spots trhUndel phia Press l aClutitiagh VrjJtllnz Blne The Clnddagh wwTdlng rIngs are ab solutely dllTcrcnt from the ordinary pInk goldflnger bund which a cynic once declared to Ill he sign manual of a mans ImpertinVApe and a worn ans folly Those used by that pic turesque colony the Claddagh fisher folk arc In the forin of two clasped hands holding a heart It Is a quaint prEtty and symboUcnl design and oddly enough tthe very old specimens are thought to be tle most vaiuable Ami Then Not 0h Mnnyppcplf are on2nlyjtoo hasty A man Itixiii to thin1 two or three mlnuUS infore he epenis his mouth nt nil I Itt nltogoJhor depends lie ought to think tiodr throq ycara before he opons his inouht to sing Philadel phia Lrdgor Scli4j ll oy DrflitltloiiN- TlioFo Tit two fschoAIboy definitions Jlluslrjtrd x wntfiitTs rranilc ioanRwild picked some franJlc lov rs AthSeir rous ijo vinegar was ttconthlcMc to iwo i Illtle Chronicle Caeti Inr vorrtstmi Iomt year wife moan C- Vtrythhiig hc t yi V Inisttr Vts niill jots tf things- slmit1ptntl tIn BiliousDizzy Headache PainI back of your eyes Its your liver Use Ayers Pills Gently laxative all vegetable Sold forooyears f Want your moustache or beardjs a beautiful brownor rich BUCKINGHJiMS JXEJ Remember that the a SPRINGFIELD LUMBER I O 9i l i Handles everything in the way of BUILDING M ATEfBB E ugh and Dressed Liimfeqr his I atir quantities it 1YOtl have building to do get our prices We can give you estimates oil buildingscomplete or can furnish you tM material at lowest prices tu Yards and office ueddepot f Telethon 39 SPRINGFlByD KY TRAMPS ARE WELL POSTED Aa General RILe They Are Carefvl aaa C utaat Meaner Most trainps arc omnivorous readers and they are posted upon a wide range of topics In epeaklng of tramp readers u man who has had a chance to study these peripatetic students paid the other day You hardly over find a genuine hobo ihatJs an ignoramus You find lots of Inca who are trampIng who are doing so because they havent intelligence aq1sPfakIlni are pretty wIpe I can tell yon They can tell you more about what Is going on In Euroi hn polities than a coUeie lu tessqr cnn and they know almost everything that lt cowing oft In ear ovn country for the next six months U1aoltlleread track rending a frayed and soiled jiewspaper Ott s you Ha lUem picking up the loose pages lying In tlie streets and I do not believe I ever saw traces of a trump s camp fire around which there was not left ane or more old newspapers where taey had licen east aside after reading Then the tramps have a sort of traT cling library too that few people hive ever heard of 11Qne tramp Hadsj an old magazIne he wilt read It and t jen pass it to some other tramp It keeps going the rounds In thi way until It is worn out If one picks up a book somj place It does service in trampdom for months I uever saw a tramp with fresh paper In Ills hand hut have aejrer tun n ross one of the wanderers thai did not show he was a careful and constant readerChlcago Inter Oceaa AH Honored ChLnaMa Queen Victoria with pridce cjnthe ort nUli her family attended In state the opcning of tlie great exhibition of 1851 While the choir was slaglag the Ilallclalah Chorus a Chlnamaa jiu perbly rohed suddenly emerged frba the Crowd and prostrated himself Be tore the throne No one knew who he wits lie might be time emperor of Chitin himself cqaie secretly to EuglaumlI to share la the great doings The lord chamberlain greatly perplexed applied to the queen and the prlace for advjee JIll Instructions He was laformjed that there fast ao mistake as to strangers rank add that It would be best to place him between the arch bishop of Canterbury and the Duke pf Wellington In this position of hoi or the Chlaaaiaa with raagiilficcat d g ally walked through the buildings to the delight and amazement of all w io dlscoerpIthl1tJunk which had justcast anchor la tie Thames anti which everybody was vltcd to visit on paVmeat of a shllll tahead A J paaeae Cnatem In Japan the well to do banal t always hi theIr houses one yoom called the Jchamber of the Inspiring View Its essential Is a beautiful view btt taste Is catholic In Japan and tbe u lightful view may be a blosaoml jc cherry tree n glimpse of a river a miniature garden or only the scaly fallen snow la this delightful country they get up parties to visit the uiaile trees lu the glory cf aututna color ar the fresh untitxldca apow ag la U la couhtry one gives thcufer parties aitd diaaers Mushroom hunts are a fAW lonablc diversion nut Verse wrltlfig mind harp playIng are occupat1es which in the estImation or these etr tail children befit the gcaUewoai whea she Is within doors SAbout Flail e Fish are nearly the same weight hs the water In which tbey live so that they can move In It with great ease lIlie majority of them also have an air jladder Inside of the body which en ablcs themtogoup or down In tile Water at will When n fish desires go down deep If coil press the air otit f this bladder by mcuas of ccrtala muscles and tlius increase the weight of its body und when It wishes to rie again It takes oft the pressure the bladder tills with air again and 4 a body becomes light enough to rise r t tJ p1cd Miss SMrah reads Ir Mr Mir gpld taken to thehospltaL a jvlctlui of locomotor utaxla How dreadful lII wonder whether the poor inca was riOt over or whether the thIng blew ip wIth hlm Harper 3JoatbI1I DrleklaPr Drink tto me only with thtar eye besting beneath her easement I wonder If I needl i 1rpondered the taakiev a e attkdbicl- eIf to to dowarnck u4el + I aai a little Wt afraid ofJw tM Wfc Cayeatfe- Me wMderfal tact1 uYHe laiMt kaow v eythtof thai ouM possibly aaner ot adMnrlHl he ccuWnt be so akiUtt la a aU dJallM ibjetLZe1S DcWiU t III Wiesh fsv lDewfe Met DeWJet de lii- ittk a TriAd ft Witch IzeIAMedMnm kthsa u ke- lites chp aM = = = DeWitt 15 31 nc 1JIe totftttr SlIt MMM aM II SALVE it 1 wAa K LCisWktiCst1i 1W J1 JIII AatrallaR JatsI- n the part of Australia la which I live we get oysters as big as a saucer 7 said n resident of Adelaide tothef Washington Post They an twice thetsize of any I have seen la the UaitetV States but la Duality there is aothlp to recommend them for they karen nor and are so tough that It takes a pretty sharp knife to iake any iaipre stop oa them Still there are people wG manage to eat them after they haft beci stewe sufflcfeatly 16ngv la other artx ef out country weNl a bettefgrade utpproachinf aearly lo your American oyster bat hardly Ha equaL ia fact after my acqualnjance wWk tin Chesapeake bay products I aol firsaly of the opinion that to the matter of tea food the Ualfed States I leads all Batioag aa lertloa1k twill bebacktHbyanyniaaofwh4traveL Mvr a Birtl Preseeg Ai bird fartIons do set ckaaffC twe suits a year are quite enough for moSt- birds bat they seed te take greet crs of theaj Each separate feather Mvyt be clenned sad ttaketl ever and the useless Once pul1e1lN1tT M featk era are act packed close together yea know but le loose aHJwn placesis between tiled with air Wbeii a bird waats to get wan ke lifts kta f atk ers M that these sir spaces miy heflarger But if lila feather are talh gled or wet sad dirty be cxmld Ht raise fkeaa sad sooa be co M tot keep the bead In 1I1I Ilttk bedy adl would tcdarae die Ii V 1 2 The Oy Par IMf Ire the cradle to the grave the cry of Btaiklad te for 1teJpWe are all In search ot a hyilclaa OOI wlra will help aa soo wba wilt In plre us give w a remedy pelat Mf the way Not the raad tklekakme but the rick and the atratif are crying out for bejp Sofuetimea it the doctor we want HOiuetlmee It Is tile baakerj aeeiieimms It ta the clergy Baa Aad yet the doctor the Maker ami the clergyman are bawaa kad tbey are cry lag for beki atoflg with 11J the rest of tw TLese wkoe i we thla4c r r tke Btnmffeat areweskhd tbeM f twbosa we tbiak the Weab t are uitwtg i j We caaaotvtapd aloe c Se all a ed tJhelp We IueI kelp MM ajMtber ismatil d the ead Scb0eaa ter t TkrbyeleI t l A ppeer JlatprtMlaa preralk that F the pbyatdaa by KMBO ef tltetKlvlatlegea coHferred upe Mat bjr the state J 4 Is la the abaeace e aa wJte iwte mi sea fee tM deti reqalred to re r pond te all calls to reaitr pr itaal- iMirtcea t Tkta k ctei 17errI If t cept wkere the ghyftfciaa baa already sedertake tW treatee et the cse i ores pt wberi he Is aa aWegr f geveraaieat cbaraM 11 ee Utejj ttk whfcb be thereby rlitatN r sti FeetkWrk Old Tb M i4eklBc are rJe1I1CMrQQ5d aldIt yi bad ieee e ye- eIiMaywbIietewysweld h a k baieMsd tbt y ilfi JilINset r r IdUii4e w Ml Mt la wcieiu prayl foknria aa 4atkkk tee 4f baaptai W t t4r tt 1fI r7oI pre4r tsraPa4 T4eI gj esaiset reaM tM wL s 1 ei wk y e bHLytI wseat cty MIyway fv a e ws mat kaew wit I aIs4l i J Nasal SATARIH k uIN dbsuu Tw 1IoaIe sgsi4kksi4uuIII- l asissdi4 IsiII smeyt4SsM ISJDNy DS TIIT TEitEXTdDd JsI PWWelia All bnti Wok Strictly rirstclau= = Ria H LAMPTON i ori ra ouse s- J DR 8i J aIOJ1rVl do i PItINGFELD KY 4ifOFFIQ1t Rmebarfs for j t trortl es over peoJeppsTtr + Ban1cQll oy t J1t W ATTORNEY RiG B I AT lAWA 5 oceovePcoidB1frr l v4 ttySpGFIELD I t iTwAiPoI saltbyl I Iistersonft irl ift Agents H Itf 19ut4hJrgep i sa1e1t1fi JfebJr i followih describedj property Hdoitly In Washington county a i I11SLC description of priy of1 this property will Ite furnished oiTTegue8t 135 acreffarm locatedVJn the pike eight miles from Springfield 4 yT new five room dwelling nev Barn well fenced and yratered Prk fi sa P peracre Y2 0 acre farm seven iles pm Springfield near the pike afl Irilblgh atate of cultlvatiqn rQOstlyintra4sJ well vL1rjcc 325Uper acre Wi acre farm 4 trilled from Spring fleldj near thepike small house and tmaJl barnf 8 acres of creek bottom 9 Price 30 per acfe t 142 acre farm seven miles from SpIngflelQfli the littie BceclL 30 acresgf bottom land gopd improve acre mjents of every kindlPricef 30 per 2O1cre farm sfa4atid half miles from Springfield on the pike goodJ Improvements of every kind lana in good state of cultivation 20 acres of good creek bottom Price 30 per acre4 140 icre farm 6 miles from Spring field near the pike good house and barn farm mostly in grass JPricc 10 per cte 200f acre farm two miles from Springfielfl ont e mike welt fenced andWatefed alftn Wgh tate of cul tIvtjo9 ays vell Price 35 per acre 1Q6 acre farm- 10 miles from pthgi field 2 mites from Lor tto Good f houspand barn 60 acres of bottom Price S5QPO 136V acre farm three miles from Springfield near the p1keon ounty he Road farmaUlaf wcllan1tls wellfenced and watered gopd house and barn 133 acre farm eight miles from Springfield good lour room house good stock and tobviobarfl plent of good tobacco1 land Price 2250 per acre v T M i f rlSO acre farm one half inile town mostly In gras plenty of goo 1ndfur room house stock r tobacco barn V 50 acre 1faxm one half mile from Springfield all in griss first class im provements of eVerJ kind good orchard s 247 acre farm all lays well And un der god f uenlce SVC4room dwelling house large stock barn rtgpod cow barn anq all other outbuild ings Price S30 per acre 20 acre place onehalf mile from town niqe small house and barn milk house and carriage house Prke2COO 60 acres of good unimproved land xmfe mile from pringfield mostly in grass Price S40 iper acre tis acre farm six miles from Spring field mostly in grass plenty of good tobacco land our room flweilirfg and good stock and tobacco barns Price per acre foce farm located four miles from Springfield wi h good houne tobacclo barn and outbuildings aI good land well fenced and watered Mce 830 per acre Notice To taxpayers Al taxpayers of Wasuini or rebv aoiViietl thacounty are lhe taxes for tbc year 1933 itre row due and prompt settlement ot same iis retiuesreJ Also all t tii 6ons owing tack tixes will itii notice that if tJn11 arc tj tIed at one hey wi lpro- ceeded agairl byJa ByN CROtR btire f Wash njonountl t tf r k farms for Salel fJQ have a number ofPLj farm for sae at rcasonaW prices All persp buviag rea es ale for sale or desiingtb par chase will find ii t1 t1 crlld ri tajjOXQ ive ut4 a cftlt 1 np personal af fltflI givdtd itJI busies traced in nur lunJs Searcy S Kijikirlr llfnj listcte l Lit ll Ti CfKolAgents S1 ri j ovir Robe rtsur Dro 1Mryak up go in llc Uayd1 drratoTc and getfic- MiBpkof Clu b rlains Stomach art t iaTabkti OttWGdO3 ml make joa well Th y lo cur- e10usn1isUIckbekt bil and conitip tlOtl r WjIIii w UWiMW WH I Loci Happenings of Interest f 11011N3 I to is Tft I Freshest and T Latest I i 4tLE5e1Tjer1ds TflDTOQ i IUOlJ4I MM r J j3t Hfii h andojstqrs etry 4JAShads 1fF tu 1Al J2 al fQult censi PETER Y AJLJollflielMotherJs lL ct9r a salJjbY 1 A Shid cri 0 1 l LFltn tq4mGm i lry tle- hArfor salel at alt cigcr stands j tW anithPiiltry and sand Stock Ro idcr pnly 25c fit L A 1 ShderpfeLigari at- Voodgampbofl s entitles you to g nour 1Y ChanctoDQb 1 U j I LosTB1ackI1an China boar Lour white cot mitflrQund lW1 rig er A1ittl over a year old LiteiaLrowurd for itrretiiTh T S MayeTs STRAYED From my place near Springliord aled pywiUl pigs a fevv days old Has clip in one ear r Aiy iiftformaiion leading o her re pveVT will be hank tully received it J1n MdLAuGlItU rAuctionePrS M0amphel re I prtsDaiiviIie dounty court a yery dull clnci not much stock on the market He inacte theiOlloing sails three steer cJtvesS40 fbrlhe tot cdvvs from fe to 25 plug horses fromtlO- tp05f bid 1 g1giEsto cheap to be quoted TOO meetings at the Baptist church this week are beingwell attended and are growing in in t rest RQV Francis Taylor the evanggiist isP very able preacher and the results from his labor here i ill no dotbtbeL- oOd Thel meetings wilt con llnua the balance Gif the we k and perhaps l14ngri Meetings are held twice daily at 3 oclock and 7 pm Everybctrfy is iuvi ted and urged to at end Circuit Court adjourned SaturJ dny after a dull sessjby at which Tittle business wds transacted The damage suit of Suttbn iys The Wood Drug CbL which waS oa tjniai as we went o tress Jdtl weekresulted inaTei4dict of 8 199 for Plaintiff Among the orders made bythc1uurni the last day wasone appOii lug M Leach man as Oomtnjis ionor and Receiver or ihe WshiitonCkc- ult Court to succVedThos A Jledle I J rL There have ben fcvp interest ing bowling contests1 at the tocal bt1lio1f iilley within thehst weelc riije first was agaiostl a team from Danville which took place on Wednesday night of last week and resulted nn victory for the Springiield team bet home boys winning ibe las three gamts of the five pTuesday ajght of this week a team of five oBardtoiibet bbwlers camp lrp and tackled the local boys iLi The contestra Q1a o tle closest ever seen JEacht amI had won two gmJs ana the rubber was played i mdvconsid erable excitement It w s nip and tuck to the llastbdll aod then tt- It was foundthat J3arstown had wm by the small margin ort ttwo pine Tfief highest score of the contest was 230 byijf J GraCe tTjebpringtields r LVas13ovnHre A special tto aL ui viU paper ryiri Lynn ssi says lhV clop JDautP1 V MY1r pini uln erallo Australia yn ltJaDd Adutiiiistira- tiotvlried ninCrG1otn- ri feiiT to da H Wits horn iu- isiIitl1gti in anu- et eifl1ffleRf hi PIe wpc- ItIssel intflit i Jh Employ 1mlm t 1 tfoSIc ISsbtrll Rhc- r1ranptItkij utl which jinilbabtti1jt 1iti tpearl1h c4rcaoJ3 hat conecrn took lum BMt S r zratlually Avesb until his work had guao through i 1fl4beyond St Louis and tys far as liisaui k tP 11JiI tltrrs qtrfl tIIlj44InPJiJdFllle W8 uiten tttatos M rIyul fpr the Dakotas t 1 M UYtta J th f ACJ it a irrt d Jlnr Vor Yf jrrcry 4 rrexeinb t him He was a relative of s Anqil ci lurafta and MesdlP G D ai Duocdn and A U Kimoal st 1PoIeys Kidiiey- b qL 4IrM t LeahyLeachman The marriage of Miss Anna Blanch Loaby to Mr Waiter E Leac iraan took place yesUBrdtry evening at the church of St Francis of Rome at CreScent detailsIttttendathe tying ofe the etUul and in exflip iaJ wei cellbnt tate B ttromp of tie bfid and the chuicetc Hnanasomcly decorated with UOAV ersand a arxe crowd iof friends of the yoking people assembled to witness the ceremony and ext terd good wishes A large col lItjctiori of handsome presents tp the bride was a slight testimony Iof the esteem in which the theirlCrieHdstriony t ok place cpnducted by Rev Thomas W White The bride wore a princess gown of pearl moire iilJ with a r tulld illnfli carried brides rosesMrs xFrank Jones acted es matro of honor Virgina Vitrscn andKatherine Seaman of Cincinnati were flower girls and were gowned in pink silk mull and carrying pink chrysan theuaums Dr Henry A Jones cted as best man Mr Daniel J teahy1 Mr John D Watson Mr William Leachman and Mr Joseph Mv Zahner wee ushers After the ceremony tliero wap a small re ption at the home of the bridies father Mr Jftsiuh K Ldaby The y6ungcoupe arrived here last night via Lebanon where they will be atbpme to friendst Notice Rev Clearance Crawford will preach atthe Presbyterian church at II o clock rext Suriday November 22 A meeting of the congregation is hereby called tP be held immediately after the services Business of imppr tanibe will be considered and T very member of the church is requested to be present By prjer of the Session Wjj N ilcirk Moderator Pro Tern JMayes v Olerk Pro Tern W A Waters v 1Strayed yearsiold I pi hands high 2 white feet in frontand star ic foreheadno snddle gaiis only a plain nansess jimaje left OIrJlace tlree weeks agof and was ti aced as far as J Hpiiugtiela Any information wijlll be very niuch appreciated and rpenses paid HouycftENS BROS Chapli Ky Taxpayers Take Notice The penalty with be added on all taxes due the town of Spring field and uipaid by Ddcembpr 3s IOCS1 Delinquents will save money by seitlitg before thatt time i C L PRICE Collector Public Sale T Qn Saturday Novembel 1 lq03Iwillsell at public outcry at the old Turner home near Texas Ky the followingi de scribed property All of my farming machinery tools im plemonts etc a splendid jrsey coW with calf two weeks old All household and kitchen fur niture Quite a collection of One fir arms tndstrinedrnusi Iieswryinginstrllmelltwith In fat evo y tljing one vautor jis lirolyIto n ett iii tne future StiletO Q enirnhltlyat18O INI 1I1 Tolm cash No roli1io Jje iroved until piiidlfor LiLTUUNEKItII A leevi TOYOiJy st h1F 1 t WC GRIGfcBY I Thwldza1Opl iirunn lias opened up wtUi a ne 4 stock of Jo elfy consisiingl of Wutchds aRin s Chains Ulwrnis J vcrte Clocks an Qptcal iJoos Gtigi yoiir Vaj Glt tJock ang Jewel repair 11 tv Grigs y il j no hi rtfpie bitUvsC 1tWrpr1 kes a specially of 1M es and fitting gl ssesl Located WCGRRSBY at Barastown Ky t sR ALDWELLSN Anything In Yom Eye J Many pe pie who come to us Eye examination imagine jjthat ihereissomforeignsubs- thnce in their 0e5 We somotimes hardly irritatingIj j them that these gritty cnnll due to refractiveerrors which may be corrected by the use of proper GlassesI j Let Us Take i The Grit Out 6 CsF RUSSELL Main St Springfieldl Ky l = NAL MissSadin Mayes is in yule this week Mr 0 F Wharton was inJ Louisvhle Tuesday Miss Susie Blandfprd of Mead cpuhty is visiting Miss Cecelia Sinims ft rDr Glenu C Wood is on a untyIMr Joseph Bosley and d ugh ter Miss Sallie of Lebanon were over Sunday t rsTurpinf Americu Ga jsvisitipg her daughter Mrs J tWakeueld near town Miss Fannie Smith of Freder ickstown has been ihe guest t f the Misses Shader this week Miss Mary QDanicl and Mr John Ball od of St Marys visited the blisses Simms Sunday Messrs Joe Claybrooke and- O F Wharton visited friends atI Bloomfield Saturday and Sunday Major and Mrs Joseph Clay Brooke of Louisville aie guests at the WT McElroy home this week Miss Willette Mayesot Cplum bit S Cl is visiting her sister Mrs Richard Durham of tic cjunty W C McChord waSin Frank fort the first of the week and on Tuesday appeared before the Court of Appeals vand argued the divorce case of McMaktn against McMakini of Nelson county Mrs BKatie Gray Botts of Owenton formerly of this place has been dangerously but is improving Miss Florence Gray her sister of this place is with- hct rIvMr H McGlurc and daughter Miss Laura left the first of the week for their new home at Winchester Their departure from Spriqgtie d jis an ocdasion lor sincere regret to then many friends herjC The folluwiog young people composed a bowling party that played Mjpnday night Misses Eddie Shuder Fannie Smith Fl rencs Edelen Rabble and Cecelia Sim ins and Susie Bland ford and Mcsses Lenardand Benedict Baker Will Greene C W Hagan and Jeroce Hetdren Rev P D Latimar of Colum bus Miss preached at the Pres byterian church Sunday aud remained over here untiji Wedues day morning beihg entertained by various members of the con gregation Dr Latimar is an exceedingly pleasant g qtlenan and an able preacher antI made a peoplehere i For Bargains Now we place on sale 200 skirts new fall siyes at manu facturers ccst price Cloaks Underwear and piece goods ladies snoes bee these bargains und save 50 percent on yur u c use a anstiuids t T fdr Sale On SaturdhjNoycmburt 28 a- trtr we will offer for stile at Vp btic uctior ir warehouse in Spriri iield Also at same time we will offer one pair large plat form scales arwheat fan and a set of Kitufinan buggy wheels MCCHORD ROBERTSON t j Lost Two back sows one hump backed vth 1gtailand unde lit in dhe pit buth ears One la ire and fflwjtli heavy inorfualit ite1lI k Stml1 Ky JIGet a free sample o phaaiberlainfl Stomach and Liver Tablet at Hay dons drug store They are Easier to take ad more pleasant in effect tnan pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is o fceo th i cmIwithptUs hs2c1pirbuxl kiiwiIWi wvtwwwwi iii i The Cloak and Suit House iEp We invite yOu tonLHkcatl and see our E t I IJ 8lalgefi and Capes We tshow the correct tstyles Prices the II 1tstowest E g i HADIES SUITS 3 iiitthe long CoAt a S s OOth In 3 assorte lals- a jhere from S 7 I S30 a suit A va riety of styles No itroubJe to show Full line Misses and OhijdrensCloaks I ROBERTSON feROS flw mm romem m Htfc HORD DENTISTOFFICE Kant tIT Dun a Pormanently located SPRINGFIELD KY MEMORIAL SERVICES Held at the Presbyterian Church in Memory of the Late G A Strickland Memorial services wero held at the Spring field Presbyterian church on last Sunday moriiing on account of the recent death of the beloved pastor of that church the Rev G A Strlck laud Other chiilrches of the towJl Uir ughyo rtesy of pasor and members were closed und joined in the meeting The church was filled bits utmost capacity by church members and c tizi ns 01 the town friends and admirerf of Mr gtrckland who desired to show this sEct to his memory The ministers who occupied thepulpitand who took part in the services ae Rev P Di Latimer of Columbus Miss Rev A S Moffutt of Lebanon Rev W 1 Overstreet of Perry vile and Revs Oar non and Ward oflhe Baptist and MetHodist churches this place Dr Latimer who was a lifelong andrintim 1tofriend of Rev Strickland and who p cached his funeral at Tuscaleosa Ala made a short talk at toe begin fling giving a short sketch of the career oi the deceased nd paying an eloquent tribute to his char acter and Christian life Rev Qerdtr t followed with a shcrt talk on the bea ties of a conse crated life and its reward here after He was followed by Dr Mdffelt whose remarks were both forceful and effective and drew a striking lesson from the example set by the ijfe and works of the deceased Revs Cannon and Ward followed with a few words of love and respect to the meml1ry of he departed The resolutions below which were passed by the sssiopof the ilJ were read by Rev Overstreet ItEsbLUIIO SIWhereas God in his most hoy wise and inscrutable providence has seen fit to r move trorfi our midst by thc rul4iiad ol d ath a faithful pustor and dourly b loved bro her R3V G A Strickland Resolved that in the death of- BrothcrStrickttfld the church hasnot t only lost one of her most eK quetit and efnejcn defenders oithe truth as it is iiu Christ Jesus but Iso one oCher most devout Christ ihs That whUo we b w submissively to the will of o ir heavenly Fattier we rs members of the P e nyterian Church pringQeld Ky dilL ever c nris as a pivcioui legacy he kind admonitions thq w ise cbuuealIthe fervent arjpeals of Brother Strickland iin honorofthe blessed Master J That woiMbd to his iMf stricken fjly or heart 111 s mIJMhiJAtbeir nithi our bresvemEIp64111L4iiI1 ther bleeding hearts m iy find a healing balm in this thstheiiU fought the good fight cf faith and his entered into that rest that remaineth unto the people of Godwhere ail is peace and joy forever y Resolved That a COTW of thesert re1 tioJ1 bn family of the dec ase oDd thatk be published iin the Cbristiarr6W server and a memorial page be set apart inour sessional records WT Overstreet Modern r Pro Tern E b Majes Clerk wrA Waters Palmer Grundy WFNeikirk H MVONan HM 0rundy Aches pains or muacnlar inflamation many part of the body will yield to the great penetrating potrfi of DR CLASSES LINI ENT Sold by Wood Campbell Commissioners Sale B L Litsey Ac xpj jJ tyRoyLitsoyBy virtue of a judgment and order ot ettie of the Washington circuit court rendered at the October term thereof 1003 la the above cause I shall proceed to offer lor sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY NOV 23 1903 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be thehlgbe8tbldda foUolnKdtTwo tracts of land situated on the Little Beech Fork rIver iitt Washington county Kj and tract No 1 is thus bounded towit Beginning1 atthe bridge over the mill raceifn middle of turn lke now cot to Jot No 4 McMakln girls heiraof Mary McMak in near Mary Litsey thence with middle of said pike 165 25 poles to Cpr thencewitit 2JHW lot No 2S37JE 116 poles to a atone on bank 6f Beech Fork thence down the bank of same 20 poles to a stone cor to No4 thence with line of Np 4 N 25 W S 35 poles to a etone by said mill race cor to 4 thence down and polestotheTract No 2 adjoining tract No 1 la thus bounded beginning in the middle of Bcechlandana Lincolns Run turnpike near a large black oak corner to pdrt deeded to B L Litsey thence with middle of said pike 62 poles to a stone tor to dower thence with line of ameS 37t E 108 poles to a stone on bank of Beech Fork thence up bank of same 301 poles to a stone cor to pat sold to U LJjitsey thence with his line N S3J W 53 15 poles to a arg9 stump cor to same thence N 491 v oflilpoled to the beginning containing 3 t acres purhasoisecurity or sureties masc execute bond hearing lefeal interest Irom date ot sale until paid and having the foijce and effect or a Judgment BIdJ viil bt r quirml to f oinpty wth iuPr teilaTHUS A MEDLEY MC w c C What Ther Eat Nearly evrrj nation hUll Its own par ticular form of food nod things which souve ntcrs would not ps the expres sion jroca touch with the tongs are rc Idond by others 1IItthe greatest uury For Instinc v while the Arab eats his fottw bread und dhourrn with the relish if fresi Cui s till irVeuIander gorge UlmstIf on rnhnnl tat and whale oil as fh e rircffsxary means of keeping warmth In his body Illndocw will not touch nay cnn of t1esii but live Imppl iv on rlw rld nuicld putter An Eug OMiiun Is supposed to value beet ani mcon abovr nil other urtlckl of fool whit the dttullcrs In the Apenutno Ire ou chrslnuta In nucleiit days the Uoiunireuiperora were accuMome4 to cretlren8twhile in these days blnk Mefe nod rats form cfcole dials iai CbUMM Uoa eL pMpIit M7tMt YIaUe Y asjet l t ma 4U4 J Ayers the et sfles Itro8p t 4 toMalaria il A tf U C Cure iainaliriaL distri6ti KBC f 1J- f t lie b G Mr f 1 AT i Cunningham Dunces IJi- i i t A great wiety of Jresst i fluicyZibelines = i tic Cheviots Misjed v Black and SUltiUII S Cloths all colors of g 1 Newest rMugsin fastigsti iWottiens Misses and Cut X Wrens Cloaks Ladies Dies ft 4rLYAs t In newest stylesf a flW f + f great rtment oi Dress r tiimmingsTheSs uttonsw Our stock of Ulilarand i FurnisMiigs arembeioreVA t SHOeSWe are better equipped in footwear than any previous season Ve sell th folloyiEtg celebrated mik6i7 KrippendorfJDittinan CoLa Ies fine i fjoes This firm sttsJSe styles fll otli j 11ow t In Men e Shoos we handleQ Marniss MfgOo and M A Qos We guarantee IJac Packatdi T Kid and pat Colt None ar i t none more stylish fef c agents for Rice Hutch Water tKing Shoes every pair warranted to f s v ffi 1 iturnwater1aC OTHINQ Qfl f We areshowingthisseason thefamous Schloss Bros Clothing also sell the Celebrated Wellwortb for Men and r Perfectkn for Boys lfyou ir in w need of a Suit or Overcoat we canaodrfa i JJ will save you money l fe Yours Very Respectfullyf r 1 Ii I CCllllllillgh1ll l Duncatt ti3 t f W B c 1 1 r jON 5 MoELROY 4doc GENERAL iNSURANCfmAfifNT r4i J i Life Fire aidTrnadoOF- FICEOVER t ftjf PEOPLES BANK iJ I f 1 0r During my absence from office W Fi Grigaiby tt or George Neikirkk will attendto any b sines J fornedtf J i ra 1IIiI FOR CUlL rtIMakes ketkinf easy tiie bowel and atonuch f= MUMMT ef OIr coo laint Xv I 4 IfiIwc ri rreaQtIM IUftJttCDr cHMt TABLE1S 3US4IIp rL Y i For sale by CfJ Haydoo Pharmacist jSIv OIIIIJ TaRS LaDi IQabda1fab I All 4zuLsts tUR4 the- q4H trc L W i l f4 3 wA iiJ o J CAROUNE PURDV Ct f1rf Wfc M fce t j k C tc-a hst a WOIU81 IfltlILt j rid t Ml fnethlnc to do iq 3ttsbe Is fIUlng lo woik- y 4esiuik ikE211ss C irollne Pur i dy t CbkMnfter giving Up fr Meb141 M being too Ijnrd on- HHi Wr Ypcatlda Itf Inak =JL 1Wfccii f to work had ccrthloy Jr1 eWnc to s with Jt In her case rs t fal pf the cooltl s phe has tb at eight ycors ren1ies t a thaif StartIng t1ie flst- a JI1k kjr Jkk jplbn odozsnrshe soon Had rtjrot that called for 300 dozen n t Vrtafc n1 kept up for each ot the lr slJMgrtwev Weeks during eight icars i 1 iMti H T5rrt6o As this number LIi 9ty iMMlMd by falling to bake fl t t liM tkaik 4 half dozen tlmes jkis3 Jfm1iitJ fftbahly bolds the record ln r itdid cfcifcy making Over n rot 1 vs ili whIch extends for several block iZLCAZOL1NE IuflDy rtKf tlSllmltsf and east of Clark iftjNH Md which she travels regular T teryrpther day she Is quite as welt Lld aluios as welcome as tli I fjwitwatU Trobably In thrcerourths of 4tiouses whcb she visits she Is the y person besides the letter carrier who delivers her iVrares at the trot doors The good reputation of harjKiSk ks nakc8 hits nrraiigeineiitsttlsfac lorjr to purchasers rind Jeavcs Tier un rnoksted yJanUorj dSbG conies with tJJ a dalBJ and rtfabUve basket nod horae mliWfWJS do not nllow tier r Iea gpt to lie 1Itehien hnuiipy tIhie traiiactIoit has develojKd In aG R friendly fcclhig which resnlts hi Itie cooky woninu behig Invited to 4 i it and the few minutes4 chat with eoisdersgWhHrI began t tried to go irrhere rf s 4iy know me but now the best fritMb J hare have beein made titM fii my cookies And I never was i Kftil In my life as Ive been work I JaC ta thie way baking all one flay and tJ1IL9It the next You cant make ver gap though They ar dried tip was th 11 Ilss Purdy In faber tidkhjto htIsca3- IMsc d jwaM to 0IIk to yoi I St Eur esther kay be thor youi 1icook upon i fOttreith beQil by aajctWi yours fF 7da47 t eb iaWziy I get tqtit yotu i instoito er anti kokw1Ilb id S ou r 1 T bACC wiieii uu 4 ltjs3td yoti when ed Jy YOUr I qnd oflrnt Lmee j D0 1 ttraetfr thibn ak yaa urm Aad11tg1I tLieaib1k1 Iihfneit I I1diS be3aszI- yIted3to e t le t ktDtt t iiJg u ilrow kii 1oii I 1 tIb1 iIbpV itbuld t E 1nt s c I ct tawtaae I proven is all arms If raIlingFf4iA tj eeuvyupcnene ietui g jbbtd Peso thei distrcssirtr d 4 Ik Pictc now eels ia oso eae dfscaes wJch Th7vocite rt- f ag tk d 4hcssi1y T 41 a4sILrkit a thes rs of IMt ocrfTpaythe stim e3t United States Jo iuwhkiaftr- 1 r medicne- J3 3 cubar aihmstgt- b i 1De uMnteIe eirtiye 1 war matnfac- tnis ofe other ajjrIof Wchzto beat bled t4 I ul wou1d lcIt us I tcnded by aur s ir Pkroeg LotIqi oretit ofcctt Iter Ittrr er CI he ssirajy JDLT 1 1t ftLp t r I WALTHERS I I PEPTONIZED PORT r Jis imply a combination of port wine and pepsin it contaioi l i no drugs or chemicals Doctors recommend it as o 9pi coiuihn5gnse tonic as a remedy for dyspepsiaj igestion anqr yindredailmentsfor invalids 0Jc5cents old fL1 nursing mothers and debilitated LQpIe generally JII J1 Two sizes 50 cts andKOb f t THE vlfALTHER PEPTONIZED poRTO PITTS1URCH PA For sIO by t G J HAYJDON Pharmacist k jfin ail of tlicsaiwrJiiirios woiild seciii io be bright walafs of sunshine tijas lug each otherWT the tltiir race SUbwlillpavoyon 0113 of those days TIgc1barthn nt lifted froni Ie SlIu1I1r3 t Iak her own lhose rough hard lianas that have flone so many nec ssarj lilngs for yon will bo crossed upon her JIfc less breast Clid p nprlect0 ISjjs t1t pAve yoti your firlt buby klsU yUl 1i forever clpsed nail iliosc sad tlrod cyos wll lisue opened bj eternity 7aml tion ydti ivlll appreciate Tour inotlior but it fwlll be too Inte Xovyprk News OII1 O4oLciteru Therq Is tiotIilnt that makes n man Jeel so rfbre AJd agsiIerod as o wifes ilil love riffsilri phori n reality he lonl lberoud of ir popularity and consi cr It a cdnipllmpnt to his own j0od tzlctbftt slit ishould bavo bcea j admrrctl nnd yet the fait Is tbnt liotJ oae juai In a thousand eon siandj tlui iciili nVbf it vlt a ciii rlift any degree qi O1I01J14 5 of cuunnhnitj con i1lr Lily 1h0118iLOO opthihi I JFieuiner Unit thv lapntliig rd has en the gentlelunnf with horns wiio wattes tulnua lively it 1he Spanish r na An old fad aiiip 1bgteiplit a LUiiJlc pr Old leftura mid BaspIclOns tenrs bttvy created tpani in many an pinerAVbe b ppy Iipnie A mail jvJwny3 wantsr tb teVltiiat time woman of his cliolcjc Las uevqr luvvd- and will neyer 1ov6 miy on but his own prcclcn self njjfl that is eio fnn that IIQ flOlti nhiitrr five tTlft11Clnil ant cjghtynhie tm- w l1iI11g zr eks courtship Dirt ye i never really 4bve iuy other mall1 And jif yio bc iiflLWflIIr birn crybud1yytfwhhI eiiikilbit1 dI1ltJn ulJtl rrcni P9at tvIii 4p1iI flrit IIOlh12g 3r 1l1 I3 1IsC- lhite no1l4aIm1o ii fqr few uilnutosund Ul up jIf tin laiujB 03 out bc cie thL cooking Jsnfgllcu lt tin fcirap cool little fore rpfiliing hs the feuJHug p Intpf alcchol Is low Vjw y8hjiyc ni luctaT try under the thaflusr dIsh Xeycr lleave the nlcpbpl bottle runcbikM ns the furneslgnite very casSTy If ydu I bCch careless In tills rgnrd nnd Uc contiiUs cf the bottle Snl ldoh OritiLlUt ui iiiiuy uivtuu tile 0am Simply ttlafryolir hand pvjyjrthe juoutUr ftfc t1t bottle Ting will es lngql5ltAhe flZiI11tO1lCO use sbbnyl or eru- bbngsLiii1eoba1 Iws ii gishid a jr1ich to 1eintherectIi i4Ciyi52cclb cytrjfo get hilt oueJhpif- lUgbi t3callefdiiTn5 thd dnv Just Ibe fpre rctirlni 13 tub test thincto ivo It tb llHlC as there are six or elthtj hours duriig sleep that the sairviry glamU 4Vo anictlVfe aujiltTjitty kui- 5tflC1t VvWtt pmuy lie i1ge1 liMitrini and iiiroiiid the teeth 2Ltd bathqd tin uhttu a parLIa dje3tl fluid tadr go decohiposttfnh fornijni cltls which net imnr or IjgurpndUjpon tin IIOhI i strueUir Rt the time of Us foauttlojs aIe ahi8ry giaiitTgirit bhI1g active tibriii iicp ndIs are not diluted as 41rin4t1i2 v A free flOW opiiUvn ir alidilU- rr4o r the MlV41kel r nilpnt1ov ixvI bcvc3tis Lide yrp eirw c1ets Ia iIp- S1j0LI Vwlien yrnr arc tfiiL ISdIO1 lork jmtt tiWgbt- jo aLl I yVnl t Exercise A woman who has succeeded 11Ire lrtcing the flcgli about her waist to artistic proportions recommends this as nnj exercise Lie lint on the back 1tp nthe lcor Fold the nrlU und ilse to i sUtins posfure Then lie dowji ngninnud raise one leg as high ns possible then the other Repent oacji mdveilient tmornhS and eveiiln ntstnt tfroj I y v Stewed Bajunnaa Feel nnd cut Into quarters two or fttrw firm b mums jmt In a chafing dish ojiu timsnoonful butter jviicn uicltgil throw in six almonds ohil SIX plstaehe nuts fInely chopped 1S ii tOT one ihlnutp Add half a cupj gm nmL tile Juice of one omii rbananas 1nt IS1U p tn utes t iiUfiltary Inspector 1LC tre irtnetceu wpm ui b n posit ni ot 8anltaryinpccUweun the Jr ndon Kdveruaipu bqardiliKl it lsprpb he thittt every Ioinuth1f- ly f r vhhi aI rl1tm require jt ici t P1 O1t1U1 h1mZCCtOr M klt ifejurs are roni11u mJOlT11rIQ nJl1 ifrbsii IL in tot iMifep Saturdays r ie hf- izi cIot1iei 11rtmer Theh cptieR liairincr Is often n n iCCt1NitPiCC1 of furniture If shonldjb pcfubbeCLuonceln awhile with salt wr ter anip rinsed wttb clear Alrltfrcfr tiueiltly taking advantage of wash day When the hainnrrls empty When doing drawn ibread work fre ffiJcnlttouTjbbig 1k4rifdry yellow sdii onthi- c hr Mlijjarn n i t J S4 i v c jr1rcn ncarp whien9eejtinti R til Ir W u n4fl1efbfl tbatt aiso feps UWOJSiD 4t l1qtneteolliii4i6wehijlto rm mb qimirt1h dne ot the retIst Iba 1d oq not possess actuai- bctt11t J kejiitLxyitt mustard rfbr the table H s t r plmprovcnient to gradually 1dd a h1Imllflh oi- lTOILTTIPS iI Doll cucumber pcollng In water and USe as tictiotO t f j rttliutynny thing ojthcteeiii un ks rOll know its prpiitftties Argnghof boraX In tle bnth will car eellin dlijectionible ttendency tow rd- 1boIi3 l iollt pc nrtald or sopitIsiiotie- UI1IllopleSoIl ctlnt1I13VOICS pnt cause ltW4nlV to D6spuic HUedjwlui rinn icOiiiits I1eFIdhI Sc41 bit ot niitIhejltlctiothijo1 tJnrflmttis uierroInIflVO QtuCJ9PO 1t ll iJ P one PIIl CIJtotirti 1c i ltnrc qt uyrrh o t1bI5OUTU1of shilr11fo- 4mulpioe UH1OUt oiiiiee at l CtlJtht I +1Q111UtllIUiIt bq are particular over JktUhk lie1rowii In dojbyTiif rtiny bAKiMti tip half nntounci Rof ghiuJjiinf coin rlld hiiqaiii t in hvo 3UlIej4Ot pnTultohbl Thfjjtifcor in then strdliicd J jtlrd JJliJI ffli rilde Ahlclr Ijuitin4fleItlhei9jhh1y lIe C10Irr1 t U1 tl hoistt lij lIn111Jlt lhhuiy It tiiiySvisiiI irfi ttiie numbe ot W liEngiarlt iJ1vhio hnbitunil if ride nstri tea1ftgjiotiiias Thty tlo so not wltfrBw ldSf toloo tUJyl Liut tl Ulltlcrd1 9nt is Nskr 10110 0 htnl lats luHtn Rpatcdllruily U5tl1hIl t1ll irwt1J1Ql riiiiWntllI 1IIpti1l1CL- 4i Jt t1 nnUr tn hffictJ tSe IItflIifflttttpskIrtvhahPtiiilontithitr slat V tr qrsc Aff tor aI thidlwuloinot rtiic UK ftl1 WI l1lP1t to vflm lide arIiInrfewstiu1 f bei iwccir ijufIQblt ofu luiitinfihiit- qdiiyPlthint Jt mu- sthivfifPsiaJtiui4lt t bw fhr 1tsri lrJ Jnj 4 lnnjr jup In cas f lt ur t The sTifel ly trtB na tintet Mt t i1P- txiskImttitJLut fc arveiii moio- I tiW qpqtJ ll tbiitj- buiatefPf9 i ij1 ll rKU wiiida was trie en use ot80mnny agonizing accidents to women in the hunting field Philadelphia Inquirer InfnntV Eye The eye bfajiewborn Infant turns at once tow rt1 the light significant In nOre ways than one of the future needs of Its being Tile yes of a baby at birth are but Imperfectly developed the eyebrows and eyelashes are short nnd thin the eyelids are almost trans parent and allow much tight to pnS1 through thcznthe Iris Is very Imper fect and lacks the pigment which comes with the growth of the baby It lsthclnck of this pigment that makes the eyes of nil newborn Infants jf the same color nauiely n dark bltic The light ylilcbllq ttim natural stlm ilnsto tlie eytvif too strong becomes the young Infants should fvoneniyta their eyesillttlq byJHtlet fflib sumo us tby teqrn t9 J1Sql thiW1- Jimba imo SJ14 pTae ot tile baby ipuldUeTurn jilnwny from the light Of the window nnd so directed that no strong rays of light whit UdIrectly on the eye Espcclailyshouid the eyea bo protectedt from iirf llfcfal light C1aIit1cnM ncaI1ng iiny mothers ttu10 realise tile Imr poKanee of carefully supervising tholi cbijdrens reading They seem to forgot 1haV properly selected food for the brain Is w hupesjulry as suitable nour t jahment dr the body If from the bc ginning only the bit books are put Into the childs hands n ta stefor the best will lie cultivated which will stand him In good s ead through life Later w13enI hIshcft free to browse for libraries stocked with nil sort nnd con setittvlfo gpod from the bad rJ jop1eLflauypUrpO5 In n cliildra devblopmefll nsld tram ttbp tIrtthTh 1 of cood taste in Iitcrvturcaud tio nccnmulatlon of knowledge The wIse mother Knows that they arelber fcrcatpif nlllps in cultivating patriotism in quickening the imagination and in developing humor She also realise tthit she can make her child strong amOrally by moans other yCltrllgo TriliuneIl SoefalJFpnbtl inn The ijitvst rfncoertsfnlsoclnl functions are those manajfixl fiyn host nod ItIbflftPEs snya a socfcfyl scribe not 1 i1iier tiiake 9 1upnvnrt of tMs fact tll1ttt tin Ds E ImveIong fJn tt daggers inlllld hiihrhtve nb eyes to dot tt l Mrs nOnthlotlfr ttttitl1J39flLrffl1flfldf- r 7t U 4fSo AM s J tt J Grim Gasp Catiaeidft Hcjart Disease j Id id 4i li O ii- Left ideY l DrMilesHeart Cure and L NorvlzieCurodMe i JQb fofn rIy oIijminba Ala tiitejui0 1drcde the suue Mate as Jjluws iC tA alt is witlgietetp1easuzethstt I rec ommend Dr MileV If nine and Heait Cure 1 cody Artsli that I could tell every meIjastt Grippe which left my heart lnia very ball condition 1 could not lie ulown for smothering pell th t woliU almost come me and thefeehrlif of QPpr s theIaround my hcafC Ihadjiot beep totb couM lie on my left side lots hing Jime cct your Heart Cure and took three bottles I Iiae notroublnow with rajrjieart andI rightFctmeryous prostration I had tried so many rejn ediesiharjjiaa tot cl acputo hcartof get I tlnganttiirn that would help roe the ucr J ortnyjiart were q affected tbat aiomct1nesJt ioildioie beats oiJ wovid seXn to op aItogthe r It yu on the ad vicCf aWiy friiid tntJtl1cd lour Reitor- athr Nervrne If lfeHC after Jke hit t andblhtofl person lfeart is altJikt andray rYoj 0000nes Ja3LC9neiver fall JO reco- aezrLia otIersaMicted as i was iiA 4t1tiijAd4NMDrf lBACK IffftMT STOCK and POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and poultry have few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black PoultryMedicreniedyfordigestion in a perfect condittonv Prominent American breeders and farmerS keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dote of Blak Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buya 2Scent hallpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer vigoroushealth ally keep BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sainpl can to the manufacturer t Chattanooga Medicine Coi tanooga Tenn 7 0 1 uPutsiwek and Ioai1r- 7B14i ijsheit I nJrtried Our l60klal bad wkefl you int s e medlelB aacluw they are ffettiar so inc Thy are looking per eat betterS P BROCKINOTOir languea with tile constaiiteiort toj keeri the bull rohhlng and falls Just where a nlau would succeed What Is wanted Is a division of labor and If this were done oftencr there would be less disappointment on the part of tertalners nnd entertained hangnails enI Fingers that would otherwise be pret ty rire often disfigured by hangnails Nothing van well be ufcHer than these little red tags of flesh at the corners of ones nn Us Sometimes they ore caused by pushing the sjcln down when It is dry or using a sharp instrument like the edge of n pair of scissors When the skin has grown upon the tall soak the finger tips in wann water for five minutes then push it down gently with the toWel If one makes use of this gentleprocess two or three times n day or remembers to drj the ends of the fingers by rubbing down instead of up the nails ought to keep a good shape without tte danger of making hang nails A DISUSED WINDOW ArtUtleallr Treated and Converted Into hiookeaseIThe accompanying illustration from Good Housekeeping presents the artis J tic treatnent ot a wlLidMv 1iOse orj- lual purpose was bandoned infiic Count of thQ erection of a brick wall outside whi h shut off thejtlew and light An opjphingwais left a footfentt o half deep at the top of the od window easing In this was fitteasash VEtDOW COXVEUTBD INTO A BOOKCASE divided in three sections and set with trjQolored glass red yellow anti green EacuVsfjqyon was covered with a slight fraework in imitation of diamond pnti Sl1te transom was nat quite s6 wide rsthe prlglnal opening niakinglH f60nl1jf llnq of the Phd window The small window vas furnished with hinges at the top and opened outward thereby making a most useful ventilator O the highest shelf were placed two 11tt three decorative pieces hud ImmedIate- ly below It a brass rod too the curtains of crimson wool which shield the tre tnalnltiji shelves and their books Beneath the original window sill stands a long narrow box upbOlstered4tyIflithe sauie warm color This ClUrJestU1C bookcasc effect tothe floor making va convenient restlusfplaco unit receptacle for p4pchi anil magnzliies J Cornea In tfce Poet Oflee Thgjfljtreat nmpubRfof women cm- iQfeQInzilIy line of work ned em ploycdin tup United iftutes postal orf ip S2i1G 4 the hfiliestt fmlartct ItJ1ifrttievorld are employed tlJ1is Iolhiadneth1rJ 91 the nro i st nt1iiCl1tp1llwngodrhehtsoinejtrlps In uninhibiTed parts Of the rountiryirlr great numbers tjiey nhj employed in the rural tttk delivery jCearij1r fiithe experts InthedeadUletteir ofllcoSare jWomen They have Jtq per formTasVsjvhIch to the nveragejpjei son wpUld ni liuK sslbIeV It Is their t1t tt9 take charge of the pieces pf mull ibicb 4o iuitray tevtmr3 year njid they must see that fjiego walfaffettoh their nrpper destinations If possjbje nnd jffnot they jirb returned jo thef flenders Many Of The rural fast offices ate Inttjisted Tvofyen TheNwqrk is usnallyBighVanil His fheiccueraj opin ion ihawpinon In such positions lmjt perfornJedthe best rwprlTfoir tthe d tpartmeAt sC arlc Far tfae Little Once Ever jinoflier should put aside due hourad yjqTvbldif to read or tell iles to her cbildren It Is besttt have the sank Jtpje ctfcr day In many boincVi where tills has been the nil froia balijhol theory hour Is looked torlrd Jo by the chlrUroji as the best out of tlifr day OfIrii iUlgbbonj chll drrn nretguthfritd LlicarnL n valuably mls lonar Work may be done In tithe ry tor clU1ron whose luothirs do not or oinnp tUkc lilaC to red 1o Uioul vju fnnIllcsilHre th chlldrin arc of UffereiUt i ca iiin1i3cs IflSjiBomctlnies 1 raunl1ItWoJICUtoqlldbopkB whlcji will futtrp nil but jiy jlttlc Judl clous eJefoti this din usually bewah- nge t indttt moihe directt J1Jl childs ow reading along the indirki ual i1tttSWhkfl have special Interest or him Chicago Tribune t 1r tae Nursery A source of jcrcat aukmet ta a uuiaery w an mprorlff krd madepf a width pf uiaednt- ishin This Is tacked s NIy 5 possible to the wall wIth bpneaded ttfcks To go wltb fhUl a boiK cH p ea chalks with which IP dW th pfctnres wilt give mrfch pl aoto a little embryo artist The diwinga why be rU1 bedoqtwJth the sn kind of sheep 8 wool eraser as is uie4n tb6 blackboard In the choojrypnur Tfcto cdtitrivaiice IJs so simple andj1nex purethattr RibboBS R Soft ribbons such as jlberty tl taffetannd peaiFde sole may be tnwb ed to look about as good as new ire pare a basin of warm water andii tile soapsuds and soak the rlbbfes without mixing colOrs pf course for fifteen minutes Spread th lone at it how on ii smooth surface and scrub gently with n soft pnllbrusb Rinse lnv clear water and pms the water out between folds of cloth Iron bet S riwtwo towels Ith nmbderuteJYc A few drops of yhlPtur JtitIfwater wil1 jtl Te ZaooatpO4its from aIlXcitemeut Abtil p ftdcr ge the brain Is most ImpreSsions1Iyerasp Adne should avoid telling young jlmGIaitI tcrtain no unreasonable fears for It Is not an uncPmmOa thing that chil dren are frightenrd Into nervous af fections convulsions or St Vltu ktanccv PecaUarltlca of WeIMany creatures supposed to have some of thelrsenses missing are Iso Insensitive as people often think have neither eyes nor ears and Iso are sensitive to light and music ide Darwins fJartbworms A bluebottle in spite of not having a nose finds out a piece of bad alieiU easily cnorgh In short tnany of the lower animals contrive to hear taste or sirioll sqflicieutly for their pur pose and often in n high degree with out being able ta point to 4iny spcln- 1olnnsot these Bcusca In their bodies and to suppose they arc devoid of n sense because we are unable to dis cover It Is frequently to confess our ignorance Plant That Feigns Denlh In South America there Is a plant a species of mimosa which resorts to death feigning evidently for tile pur pose of preventing grass eating ani mals from eating It In Its natural state this plant has a vivid green hn but directly It Is tonehell by a human finger or by any living animal It colt lupsds Into a tangle of uppqrsntlydead and witheied stems Among British wild plants tthe moat sensitive to toudi Is the fnsecfivprouit pundew ot English bogs Lpndcii Globe OK tko DatIes4fiPzresits TomniyV asked hl3grandnltth why vrohld yw rliUier iit littttboy than aJIfie2rUf i TommJlu Tbotoanima harto take tot tb t children but the papa1 juetgo te thi joaceMrIJttItf cb one sc Del AceotitdY4H Rome wasnt bcHt la a 110 t know itfif ft was put up uijjlor a govern entgiilt criM5rd3 Vr ChIcaf6f Kea ordEeralgl WaFietl Ko Tine The managJr says heensagredik forty chores lrta I- nGthccusbutes ttffjhtyjlalnoteiL 1tiiet11iuea1 Town Topics Not Iel Wepa uIi your wire a club t xpeI1Jl1kr Sorry the likes othot spr She uses a flatlron sor 0 Ditrelt Free rrt t Marvelous Escape from I Death I PAINE CELERY COMPOUND Does a Wondrqni Work for a Lady Who Wai Almojt re 1thI Pain and Suffering It iis well known thlt terrjtle ikepMLU9H sciatica and neuralgia ausernore helplessness acute suffering and agony than any 01 the other diseases that afflict humanity The gntmedicinal virtues of Palnei Celery Coat speqficfortheneuralgia Thousands of strong testimonial lclters from the most prominent people pi the land pftjve that PsUnei Cckry Comp un4 has banished these terribly fatal trouMci when another treatment lias Jed Mrs Mar gafet Bclhel of Brainerd JHnn after thirty yeats qf agonizing torture hada desire to end her life if it was the will qf Heaven she al nlost prayed for ths time 1o lay itidown Hcavcndirccted sue made use qf R inej Celery Compoumland U enjoying true lif once more She says Tot thirty years t have enagretf suf iwitht f i iieforataidngthecompoundm a1mostt rayedtpJay1t doIWabeda cTrr Tr6veela with HorqUc pain In iI1 head back dneduniU I was 4os crazed lant able to fia5d jfvyrbrfen Wtikrythan1r tuycarssilt reilly e joying life again thanks 1I jt PainesCdiy Coznpqntd LIdsatis5l yeakit3ise I Diamond Dyes Color Anythg I Any Color f That le10iInir W7swwJ iDj v Mipyos lft20cs tds aits ribbon cots Seat rs stock sgseth- iiiigtt wearabe Thayaoa Dyer took like aefrv DuMMUd Djrer t the perfect liaise iye they arc SIMPLEt STRONG SURE- Wehav a Jalcltmtltf advise Mii will sniwrr free any qUOM sliest d Seed uutplsof goode wbISpOIIhbi DIrection boksad dyed asplesfI DnK D The Ki Y Hare JUwmys Bootfrt b im ME for jfrer aatjeart baa ejiaIa Ir ist ed I tk- butAIICI4 f 1i that is CASTORCsj1ii lm a brkis jb Ul hr CMtor on PMi ICJJrp U4k yrpi Phllat etIJWtMr OfiiisM Jfocffeia aor MCMMji Its agsM tor ff MMt ie fk W sad 1ys 7yr1 1L It sr D4Ariusea and w Colic Xt T tlii c TrirtlM es OUpdim reisk1tchMlIrtTIlej AirIt3 t The KjudYouilak1waysd BLjiIf In Use For Ovir 3O Yarssun nsv4v sev sw e iHPt E 4faCMJPIO I This is not a El ntle wordbut- when you tbtnkboW Ilbleyoi- ant not tq purchM e tbe Qfely remedy unIvera1Iy kqcwB and a remedy that has had te lar Mt sale of any medicine iithe world since 1868 forbe curt aiiJ treatment of Oopsuuptioa and Throat and Lung jtrovblef xvitk out losing its jrat pepuianty ali these years you wilt few tfciiftk fol we califd yo r alUaiiwi to Boichee GstmU yrpTbsrs are so many Qrwcrmmediuma by dPtoggIsts aa4 others that aVe heap M4 odd for 1igtt colds ptrhapaI for severs Coughs BrOS1S- sCropu raciali y for Cots Sqpfojl wisihersi dicu1t- expcbrat5Os and agbia- durIng tW ihu and jorB togs there U Jicxhmic liej GrsaSvrvp Tsi- jh p JlL beS- IREJariiu 1I t hi ji1 73ti At ill diijrgts C JtMa J THE y 1O t lU bsase1r4wr R k ad MIs Lok 1 VsS In Holland the nests of arks are generally ttb summit ofitall pef pattPII OI purpose tortH y ea wMdt U fixed aa okl cart wheel Stay aII EnellsU Writer A Dutch estSeas- of aiy actitwl taa6f bag ese iwc lfeitt In his Krtawltlil f sight e Wit li henry wiwkK hut ke IwiH Tea es tM- enrtwliftT kavlB aa Irwi fmint work Iwib receptlcmef the seat The first Tfr It7Tiraa put lJf tewani tfcfc end of June a solitary ycrtwy stock used tcome daily aad Iliw ect t1iS fnimewprk saw kiss tkese jwyaf one day staadlBg la the fmjf ieW tacle exactly like a wis4be BediW Inspecting an empty bewi ctagn phuttlnt the view and Wo4erla If the drains are all veri41ctwaa apparently farrlghj ext easeti1 j saw the ncst occupwe by tIM Mffrljr wedded pair TJiclr power of wing Si very fine and on hot days I h W watched them ascending spiral clrcfe hardly moving their Irea4 JSfack wings till they bare leaked no Ijfcger than file Atter the jouwg are hatch ed they appear to W HspIdo8s tlanother and nnwIIllBg te tear the nest unguarded Storks kave no voice The Mly vetoe they make Is klawperlag awitppjiiff their great wd HiaBaiblea rapidly aatf 10l1dIn1 i 1tVItt MM alHtl bef generally by threwlRc beck tke head until the upper maadhblipats oM the back but occasionally ippjgo Ji performed with the had a bttl jii the former position 6r1 rraeSl flas5s J qYoiA Jkatlkt tore turnIng the favcets fwr the wnr i er IMId yea fall telt1rl t Wilt get Md water Aye nye lrlld the sailer jitaH at tteJoe with a sotesn took rbe deer fcarlag that his ex4aW 1S not beisa4ecstead sJ nJr the shower ad tuned on b5Ii tSome one had jBfeiwC tkf lower valve and when the young pfflper pnoiisd the faucets Ute wade nut dow througb tbesowocja aiiwge soaking his nltQnu aJ1t studhzigt tjeath sad with t tIit t tfaJt tIa- tb peotedIns st his sepetier ee- Iheahir atebtLtkaetkideast- rathI i t the woJsg atJ 1act fasetelttttI irr sir b WcwaI9 If hl I1eft 1 F tC llSUetlh4e ttIXce wWbj So 84- ItIritke weartag 414ifttlfs e 6if paJjoit Cf shoes ef the saaM gmiVify aMd oSshi fworn by dlXerent ereasw Wed wan lcontiiiaetelyIthe 1to i4JJ Uflt wilt ntrea giveI aJ IWr JI l f went oneay sd left N rati4 ltJ- avcs JDoD to werheai hies r whhi d1iiM W the absa wra au iitdo s mtpt hf old pelt oatocs to rubberL The stIowhich IMl rncr ezI teeII leatbitt i t qkeep lIt weSt 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