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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c i r f f mmIJ ic Tilt NtviIJp1J1rR tt + r I fr 1 Itt f Jff 1 i j P i1A fr fNQiVEMBER2 b itilfltrd- rrT = 1iji i i l SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON CO1JTIKENEUOICY1 oioNew Series Vol L N q 11 lOO j l 1it j jr j M BURTON iio 4 UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAlMERS IlCanT ill ook Und of Fernet 1j aspr PHONE 53 It t 4OUR DIRECTORY I FJUNGFIEIJ county seat of Wiwtojjftoa County 52 miles south Jut Wjuexiw ton 59 miles from ri b jyj1ieoiBardskowfl branch ol rvll1e and ashvi11e railroad in 1 fEnaing anil agricultural district tewQBaiiks telegraph and telephone itwttexpesS office flourmills lumber fHltS Popcation 1100 population of ity1sOOo 1 jiepreseHtatiyeitt Congress Hon U iIh1itk Hodgenville Ky it Rupceseutative in Kentucky Legis IJ 1 IMwce Hoa G A Dohoney r JUfr cntative in State Senate Hop tf Ptli2PiirjearCaiHpbeHsvilleKy County Directory Iitr CIRCUIT COURT I Circuit Court begins on the fourth 1 play in February May and Octot f bk v Io i JtJ Pattesin Judge V wlvEL Sweeneyi r LeT CommouealthAtL f 1 0 ampbelUI Cltrk TfMasVA Mediey Master com miss pNer l tII YCOtIRJJ R QuarterICourtl is heldon the third s ifnday in each month V fr LL Iatey Judge C COUNTY COURT County C irt ipeettStn tbe fourthU qJoudzy ieicli men thJ1 Litsyudge W F Booker Countv rkIV T S Mayes County Attorney rn George Catlett Jailer ByroCiakp t Sheriff Richard sham r Sidney Osborne p iR H lu11icanJUepuli J Ed Masters t JLmesF Moorer County Surveyor a J JRoyalty Assessor rP OBryan Deputfj v Robert Noe Treasurer a j Mi Montgomery Coroner a y1Bnst SPpt of Common SfltK li 11P O Sprlngfleld I 0 q v CITY COURT JJame RKoe Police Judge I UtV1 I31 w c Claybrooke City Attorneyr JUSTICE CoUirpJnstice Courts arc i April July and October Ir lt Directory f Church ItJ BAPTIST CHURCH t Rev S J Cannau Pastor SerI t Aicek cvtryiSunday at lIam and730 p S Sunday School at 830 Prayerf Me ting on Wednesday night I FJ t IJetJlDWardj Ic Mouth atiJL1 am and 730 p m Sun li day hoeery Sunday at 10 am erayetjmee ting every Wednesday I eightJ L CAThOLIC CHURCH I ReV P F Henttessay Pastor rer e yiCes every Sunday at 6 and 10 oclok itnJ csvcesatSt Rosesame hpui s CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1iccond1 lioath L PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH fcey G A Strickland paator 1 nJ eervSnda at 11 andat7pm Sundar b1 amtSunday jit 10 am Prayer fcvcrtbursday evenlnjrtft 7 Fraferna Ordeas r j1 fNC LCl rl rfftj lodJC NoSo oieets second Mouday ineach pioiith f ICaihmston RO Chapter Ko 57 BS iaa every third Monday Lrr prWtfeldCkmncil AoZZ meet on everv lourth lopday1 v jKNiCHTSlofI TnniMACAHKBS Meets 14 4j ittt TVceniCtlr intachiBou riSssss 4 AMERICAN i yt t iitII L8IL I YERll i I it I I qt I sr i itI1 pptcnz COOL Zayto Wear INo prre ack L lanr Jijteby C J B ydon r riit t O Wu i1tu W4 J 9f A BOUND or TJtLK 1 i fIRh f1UUU1 ruum M rThat Mysterious Man lJWho Is that man that awful man l I That husbands have to see eave their jat1eht wives at 11They home rush off after tea oee a fellOw Whatsnis name UA fellow you doixt know Its uTgerit business dear and 1 Mustjrababite and go While sitting at the theater Between mos every act The husbandhas to see the nian Amost fact fTheI Must be a wondrous lot FoialwajfSrnQrnlng noon and niglit f The man is on the spot A pleasant evening1 by themselves 1AlthoughFalls through it breaks thehusbands heart But he must see a man She wants to call tin Mrs Jones With him as her escort The man is to the rescue witfi A pressing case1 in cvourt j 1JF AIL SERVICE Washing cL to county istob espepi allY f voied in tte vayf rural mIL rvc and if our citizens It in the cbunty ish t avail themselves ilf ahe fucilitiesthey win have ut hand as good mallJ service as the l felloW cti eos jNvholivoin town ColUG I Rising the Runil Route Ilnspec r tor ashere last week and in ctda proposed new mail Theltnpwtuliahuii ery sotn and will i belgvea convenience eaCJllDg neigtiborho d whltjh has hHreto ore been ery much cUivofE from aUrve Tiho new route will be ab Jr 23 miles in lleugth and wiirgo from Wiliisburg to Pulliam thence tb a point near Maple jHill thHncqto P alto WiiUSburg olinand11 but 3227 honsson lmitejj and provided thy care to take ii dvtnithgeof it and put up boxes popu ation of about 1200 people may be served with a daily uyJ1I Jot Rising the inspector inre thiSIIcountyl oute tl which have ben in opera lion out of Springfield for some me appear slov to take advan tage of he conveniences Each route should have many more boxes than appear on it now1 J Those ho havjj put up boxes an who re eivE daiIy mail areI iiheyservice for a great deal The ree rural mail seiyice is a great means of enlightenment and edu at on to the country people It pens upa new world io many who have heretofore been practically om ot touch with tiiAI outside orld and hu received wail only on rare pccasioti have by means of fiht mailse vIce been put ir dafly communications l1 with the mark ts and cunrentj news of t ieda by the news papers a d the t sphere ol life hasbeeii greatly eularged 1t it TAltROUTESAnothrhiCf g p bleh will increase hpi maii actio ujuadatfoiajj fr the couti jijHfoltra is the nw s t ofi regulations oiider hich the atari routes are to be operated Amongj othertbinghe new regulations j provide that the carrlrs are re quired id dehyer pal fre of churgt to persons iyini ilung the rut 6vided such per sons put ulj suitable mailboxes or in oti o words the star route car ie p j1H colect and deliver niairaluug tiieir routes just the DIcarrie jpedallyj lutions f the star rout s will gojj intoeffect w on the nex lettings are na i 1ett I t tiMES HIGH The Thanks V giyihR turkey this year Icotnhihand many po r folks l will doubt less have to be contert t with a cheaper substitute for their annuall Thanksgiving d 1111 per The thrifty farmers w is decidedly winner this year iiff isbe has been so fotuhaio as bl rear a flock of turkbys to matu rity and to thp market Dressedi turkpyjs are worrh about 17 cents and tie shippers fir buying n nr them by the hundreds at 11 and 12 cents on foot In vjew of the low prices of hoes and tattle the high priceof turkeys is rather r markablejl and is said to be due to the strong demand 4n eastern markets WANTED t We would like to ask through the columns of your piper if tbere is any person who has used CirHens Auustl11oWer for peifsas ivStiimach ferrnentatiou of food habitual cofuveness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon deai feelings sleepl s nesS jn fact tiny trouble connected with tel stomach or lliver rhs meticiuebdsbeen sold for minv jearsiu all1 civilized countne and we wihtto cQrrespond xvftti oo J andsnd you one off our h bpK fruifctt If you neve tredAugus PI wr try a 25 c nbote rir We have never Ihln of itsi failtr gn so metfiin k more seriVus is the ianr vIilr you Tn 25 c nt- LUHS jjst ten ilJtt1uid his- IVfoar KeyuUr size 75 ceuts at 1s G OK Green There is no organ ot thehiman sys tfem that is the result of more illness that flays the caue for more fatal dis eases than the kidneys When they are iuaciye the wholesy tem becomes im pregnated with poisonous blood which undermines the very foundation of health GAYUBA should be used when the slighest disorder appears Its use wilnot only save time expense hid worry but great suffer ing Sold by Wood 4 3ampbell Desirable Farm rpp Salc Haying noved to ttown and de cided to quitS farming I am offer inir flr stile my farm consisting of fifty five and threefourths 55 J acres with good improvements on good turnpike near post office mill school and church For particulars and- pricel1on or write toJ O Voford Chaplin Ky or W F Grigsby Attorney fcipfingtield Ky Marion Notes From The Falcon Mr T M Beauchamp nod Mrs Josie Corbett were married n Lebanou Wednesday Mr GeaIJc amp is a baker bv trade and is ivellana favorably known This is Ills tlvrd matrimopi venture while it is the second time has been led to the altar lion Renrv M Bosworth Treasurer elect of the State of jKentucky has designated the Farmers National Bank of this- feit1 s one of State DeoositorJe dujring his administration 1MI S Roberts of SpringfieJd lather of Mr4C Brent Ronerts of the Falcon was here Monday antI sqni to thp sito1 tthe prop sed oew bridge at Spaldings ford on the Roiling F rlr wture he made a smvev On Tuesday he w nt to the South Fork cross imr near B adrllrdsville and made a survey oft at He will sub mit estimatEs on the proposed- biidgAvitlEiirta fe v days 11I Aziiell seebred the riirljt of WttyihrolJgh nearly evory farmalong the route of the proposed electric railway inI his county while hero last week The Tennis Construction Go of Cine nnati Commenced thie loca tioh survey atColumbia Wcdqos day of this week anti will work this way probably reaching here in about six weeks This is an expensive move and is ttUen with the uudeistanding that the road is sure to be built Parties iViterested expect to br ak dirt in the spring J1BDPcd Mailli a llotte Acbildof Sirs G T Benson whqn gcttfng his usual Saturday night bath stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severely The child waa ini great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him Remember ing that she bad u bottlcof Chamber lains Pain Balm in the honsc nbo thougbt she would try In less than hat an hour after applying itthe child was quiet and asleep and in less than two veeks was well Mrs Benson isi a wen known resident of Kellar Ya Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and especially valuable focuts bnnrfl bruises and sprains For sale by Haj dons drqg eeret Thanfagfoing Day fit the FrCnt Tuanksgivln day In ISm said the booscarrjcil old noncom found my company of the Fortldth Infantry In a little bamboo Luzon town about three days hike from Manila It wasnt tho snowy logOrebunilnonllieearth sort of Tbnnksglvlrtwerttberyou rend about In fact it was pretty durued hot but thqt didntkeep the boys from dreamlu six hours at night about tur key and cranberrY sauce and those kind of things and a hoincslckcr lot of gqgu chasers you never saw If wed got a chance at the amigos you bet wed have taken It out on them nil right but there wasnt notliliV doln except to sit around and think about our old Kentucky Jjbiries or wherever our homts happened to be There ws a hotline feicitemcnt I can tell you whim n couple of days before Thaiiksglvin a wagon came out from Manila with some extra grub the old man had thought of scndin to us poor guys out there on the firin line and a Lpx from Gods country for one of the boys who used to live in Vermont before he runaway to fight His old nm must have roasted that turkey along about the Fourth of July to get It to him by Thanksgivln and it was drier n a btirnfb jiUut just the same Bill was thejiuir gazabo all right jiiid there wasntfa oiaa in the company that wasntshlnln up toj him to get a bid to chew oh that drl up turkTbe captain dropped a f9W hints abut how 4hjcr oifficers mess would like a little nIect Jthe bird but Bill wouldnt take ia bi1tJa house fell on him Well Thanksgivln day conic and few of the fellows in Bills platoon nI Just sittlu down to the festive board when we hoard a shot and some one yells Gugu We all jumps for our guns and gets out in a hurry just as the captain is detailing a gjiiig to reconnoiter It was kind of tunny that every man in our party was In the scputm s und but we was that excited we Oldut think nothin about It at the time We didnt get a smell of nhy gugu and thinkin about that turk we hiked bnjck to camp As soon as wbtl reported we made for Bills tent but the tml had flew the coop doiit knov where it flow to but I dfd she a wishbone han in up In the Ct tent the next time I was on tin service WAURIXOTON WVYXE 13ears the Zeth J J9J Football Player Thats right said AuitSally Tun nup your city boys Is all right They wears Sunday go to incctin close the lullwcek10n parts their hair In the middle like girls and l con BhlernRlab canes and chrysanthe mumps but when It conies to glttlu thar oij all fours the country boy the freckled hands and the sunburnt neck tis the boy that makes hay Thats right There was SI Clover tops boy Zeke fur exiftuple He was the greenesjlooklni critter that ever drawed breath cr milk cans to the clicesd factory Hclookcd lite a spin dIe calf looks Jest after its ma has been coinbfn It Into shape to re1 calfcrs He was that homely his face ached so be couldi t sleep nigfits He was so dull accordini to some 0 less tho feller throwed It at his head qnd ez fur trylu to locate the pea un der the right shell lie knowed he couldnt do It and didnt neverfcattempt to IThats right He wasnt very prom bo ks and MtaJ shirts He was the lookin critter that but he was n him worldii couptiy boy and lie caught on Jest great Tie went in tnt football playin and o the team I hear Why say slip cried all the big gazes EAH E HOOKER EATON l Fantaitlcajn Fiftyt qgp the children or New 1ork city upon day 1m raded toy guns swords tOld drum while the young men formed tliemsehes iritociubs which dressed In fantastic fashion parading on horse back from a rendezvous to some park acids and target companies became numerous Later bonfltys and potato nntl corn roasts came to bo features of the celebrations The mounted bandi became ragamuffins pure and sinipc LOYSWS 1 ifcdrnd rar Ocmaber q 1iv4 trnf ihe berry pafe antt jhrofyn 1 ifgathering iemp rtlfIJhtreI ltIouiieuid through thc CJrif in- ft all the l r JDfJn f fti6c hfcdfJdr wlniI t 4Jrifr thr rland bfjre- 2nrc liLt mcy ip4idte lJliJI IiW91derl 4rrnronl y lTlocc bttui 1UtJ w ttrJc7JJf ikc fJoj locr- ound t J Jjc J AeaWj I fJIAJ x Qntfo lr jSf 1 wh ery wm t io da1W4ifa rmmer pleazw v 4Vne to come again no mjpref fV1Jto 4ic the ddkririnr a ie tah 101hlr 8ladncrr1o tf npcz1nI all jr t h1 LcJci aJokfarMcrner lciruret t 1zf ncoi1ebd beJorEtv ii igpAffiif the teaYJethvithrd- 4v1s ttlY lIqfTnd l J fJi4dfn fI fQl tJ1ftJ1 t iZcJj difiaocr fI Q j WJ1at fcdl tht bird 1ft r 1la r ticnc1cr tfl 1 Q Grnit i1 rTCrt t 1i Jnt iJt 4atDf or11 Santhbtcjrom ip mornojVbiow Wt I tfl 1bcI J t J At Cr Jrj 1fP 0 jIf J J jnripiueif Ft q ti ktt d ilflar rhe ajIjhc Jr E cGit Jrt4mow4 alain r I W12QnzJ0JP 4flf fomaifr 1Jvt t y 14n1 hP- csa di t t fjIlj tiitpyt rtrJ 5A1ftJJt j j v t i r 7l t fawt 1 1fJf 4ffY = CASTOR IAI Infants and Children 11he KIdYouHaYe Always BwcM 1F of = cc bothered with shanked ccive brIckecnlwouldnt toYnlemrdgreenest 4MadetiietcjulThats HeIboytoday ThenlisRirlnsr years Thanksgiving with Theirfavorite 1plHtnr tbellIl CQLL the ia all rwtti1WgOft toI17i i Tor if J ffor ar9alls j sNow we place on feale 2OO skicts jjewilair sJyes at manU facturers ccst priced Cloaks Underwear and pie goods ladies shoes See those bargains and save Oper cent on your purchase t Mansfields 4 1 rJK1iIIng deZ liii reakfastLJlujlyard vipflng once visited Cecil Rhoijcs at Lelikerwijn one of his fruit faun at Taarl South Africa One farmbeCowas not so energetic behind Time appearIHunger soon roused Kipling to actions and n a short while lie was Very busy on Is own accSunt As Rhodes return fil he ound his trees bearing a new kind sf frUIt In the shape of placards In crIb d in Huge black llet- ters with Famine eWe are stanr Jugv Fetid imsr etc On reaching wltbIull1an mind mlg rates time body ItbnSsus toln d thousands It will sustain ionr See that you get It Then In the boue on e4cry na1nblawnllh came across other mystprious placards in mort find nporp pathetic appeal Why die when u little breakfast prolongs lifer Larger 0nd4 larger grew the 1ypet ItIIs late It Is still later lead Ing at last into the little breakfast room where be fqlind Kipling reading lila paper in peaceful Innocence but very hungry It dfd IIot need much In gQiiUity to guesithi author of these broadsides A Heroic Pliyslclnn A deadly plague1 was raging iIn the city of Marseilles The doctors couli do nothing for very little was known of the disease owing to the danger sur rounding any inquiry into Itl In a council among themselves they came to tIme conc sopthat the corpse ofa vie tim must be dlss ctedbut it would be death fojthe operator Upon this being decided a celebrated physician one of their number arose aha declared that for the fiiafety of his country lie would give himself up to the task He tun immediately left the room made hli will and arranged his affairs At day break on the following inorqlnghe en tered thq house where d man bad Just died of tthe plagae Sere he madc a complete examination of tile body per formed ihe necessary Operations and wrote dpwb all he observed When this was completed he left the house threw thb notes he Wad made Into vjne gaf that hey might not carry Infection and retired to a lonely spot There he died within twelve hOurs The Shain Sailor It happened at the Mansion House police court A mt u who claimed to be a sailor and who said that he bad been badly Injured througli an ace dent at sell was charged with begging Jn the city The chief magistrate caught sight of a bluejacket In court and addresIuIghhnrdYou mIght please ask this man sohie Mtofindout IIf he is a sailor or whether be Is ah impostor The naval man stood Up and looking at the prisoner asked Canyou tell meAbow many yards of canvas there firpon the malnsheet After some consideration the sham nautical man replied I think about sixty yards It oiijy remained for the real tar to explain to the magistrate that the miiInb et was a rope and not a sail for tho beggar f6 be convicted Golden Penny I Wizen it Peanut spout Few persofns are perhaps aware that a thing of beauty is a comm n peanut plant growing singly fn a six or eight Inch pot ztntfgrown Indoprs during the colder weather said a florist Kept In af warm room or by the kitchen stove a peanut kernel planted in a pot of loose mellOw loam and only moderately moistened will soon gernil mate amid grow up Into a beautiful plant extending Its brunches over tIme pot JTbe leaves close together like the leaves of a book oh the qpproacli of night or when a shower begins to fall upon them The plant bears tiny yellow flowers Th rels nothing else Just like it Too Mpdh For Him Voltaire couldVnot speak much Eng lish Time reason Tvhy he refused to study flic language Is thts It was drilled injto him that plague was pronotmrtd plaig which he thought yery r tty and acceptable But right oh toptof It iia wn introduced to ague which lila fucber said must be called ogue Finding It impos sible to reCon cll 0 the difference he went off into n philosophical tantrum and dropped the study The Real Effort It Is very hhrdH said the girl with the new BtUt 7Qr a girl not to appear to be trying tp attract ittt ntlon It Isa pryit dent Larder asserts the girl with the red trimmed hat for her to attract attention and give the tfppearauce of iibtjtryinBi to make an- eforttp have tti appr tashenoetr- yingl to jattract pte U 9Ja ge tf1i r2Cute JBor tWi ow EaniesIfw would my llttle lolmiiy like a pew papa Johnny aged fiveJOh you neednt ItlInusband for yourself that you arc J thluklng flboot 4 siNO lu 7qne Time Wife df a Veil known landlord fin Ireland once received u Better from R disaffected tenant warning her that her husband would certainly be shot but tha tnotblng would be done to in jure or annoy her VA Frat J1terYou tiaychenrd ofn man biting off his nose fo spite his face Yarley 3fes but I never have seen It gone Ihave known a man to kick one of hls nandsOutofdoor8howeveK Trnns PJ Borrow tronbiclf iou will but dont PaY it bztck Schoolrnaster It t jtjt4ngatongwIth that suit of yours against thdrJ3iirroaa oriaccountof p rr sohal Injuries t1tidbrought mta rS Yhati Did youget the 30000 you sued for ftNwe rt o 4r compromlsed 4heatnount They offered me 250 tb MfIi wjt made their heads swtm TiQt 1t- too fey Georgel Chicago Jbuiws 1t STAR ROUTES New Rules Provide fir Deliver an CollectiQM ef Mail QM Every Route Under the rulesl of the Depart inent a bidder orcontractor must live on or near the routeant1 rftqiiired to perform the service- or give it personal supervision thus prohibiting speculative bidding ag heretofore Box delivery and collection of mail on nTingjatobox on roadside so that earner need not leave his horse or wagon and files a written requestt with Postmaster can have their maildelivered arid collected fl ee of charge4 Bids for routes mustle made and filed at the office of Second Assistant Postmaster General Washington D Gnptlafc than 4 p m December Ist Decisions of award will be an nounc d on beforn Feb 1st 1904 Contract term is for four years beginning July 1st 1904 Postmasters have blanks and can give lull information rela tive to bidding and rules govern lug tha service List rroutes in Washington iouot Springfield lp Lebanon Jensonton to Springfield Willis burg to Springfield McIntyre to pringfield Maclrville to Spring Held Blincoe to Loretto Willis burg a Sharpsville Maple Hill- tcChaplin Mackyillq to Perrs ville Kirkland toV harpsville Prederickstown to iBardstowr Booker to Poling Battle to Mack viilje CardweU Jto Harrod burg 1iirkand to Tulraage1 Tlie Bait a6midYYjYT Group tFrom the Atcblson Kan Daily Globe 4 This isthe season whep the woman who knows the best remedies for croup iis n demand iin ivery nelghbpr u cir QAie of the most terrible things in the worftl4s to be awakened intbc middle of thelht4vaa whobp from ona of the children The croup reme dtas ire almost as sure to be lost in- caseoferoupasarevoIeris sure to bevlost in case oi burglars There urad to be an oldfashioned remedy for croup known as rive8 jrup and toUi but some modern mothers say that Ohamberlaina Cough Remedy is bet ter and does not cost so much It canada the patlcn to throw up te phlegm quicker and gives relief in a snorter time Give this remedy asi so ris the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It never faand is pleasant and safe to take For sale bv Haydons drugstore Foraa Badd Colt If you hare a bad cglcland yotr need a good reliable n ci=In ilk Chambcr laitVs Cough Remedy ta loosen ndrr have it and to allay tbe irritation and inflamolion of the throat and Itfygs Far sale atHaydons drug store Alls Well TJiat Ms Welt W r Ben Frankljn Greene and Miss Mary Magdalen Brothers accompanied by the latter s mother and brother arriveS in Bardstown at a tat hour Monday evening lid repalreJ to the Cnurthoujbe where a license to marry ras secured for Mr Greene and Miss Brothers They ten sought the assistance of agcllthatthe couple man and twife Thtt parliesre residents of tEfoly Dross wJl retheyare well hn wn- landbighIY t em d weeks ai o Mrs Green figured a rather romantic pF spdej an account of which wast given luthe Lebanon papers and be1Standard c r lyersYou can depend on Ayers Htlr Vifor to restore color to your tray hair every tune Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stopi 1 1ilairVrIgreat satisfactioW t you are not going to l4dtP poInted Isnt that o i tt It rtiMtyWrhlhlhnthtD = Ie JIfu11r ik j d tc jsfrfIr TilEoLDflW v o1rur7- fES 7T111 IjTp ijBrothersi ijsecured licenae t6 marry butM 5it it4 the eleventh hourtbe girl r fused 10 wed Mr Elmoe and thi o couple rltufnd to Hotj OrolK f J t Sometime preTioMlp the atajv occurrence iiss Brotbs iraa engaged to mArry MrB iff Greene andthe bens wre twk s published at Holy Org but br1 some reason the third itediiittt it publication was not made MwA the marriage was cnUedoJf pMi C j levers hp veVer made pW differencQs t Liieyerlbey oks and came to Bardstowi aW wifmarried a8 bo e atoWn Standardi IHoig fi We offerOne HuBdr d Dollar Be4 tward for any case of Oatrrh tlitcatt not be cured by Halls datarrit Ogre J Jf FJ CHENEY k ioTo1o orWe the 1lnPersrf imat known JCheny forUms r tl5 yearE andbsj t iVd him perfectly hot orabie in al fi nusiness transactions aWd In BcI lly 5 1iablfc to cJrry ont any obllf ationi made j i by their firm j jr WeatTruax Wholesale tToledo 0 Waldhir Kfm M via Wli leIeD Toiedo tOo qi HaIl Oat Cure istaken 1nter Jna11y a dIrectly spoa the biped ht aniVinucnos surfaces of the system a rTeatiirioniits Mat free Price 75c pri f6 bottle Sold ky all dngg1si f flJ A Halls FmilJr Pills arc tbe beM WANEliTruortlty tMTOIltlemftn to iL1Jkai cM fa tbmr L Coaaty anVadjoiritBjr territory if r houseof solId fioaaclal Maadiij istraight cash salary and up paid each Monday tllckr4 frOThssd qnartert ExjMMe a M y adyeiMeed POtdltion perraaBeiSt jAdr r ana i ger 505 Mon p Bdg Chicago tl IaftipSalc1 WJ rf 1laveIos1stPokid- e1Iig t ani stOre huae with 1 ab6iit 20 acres of land G o4 J mprovementat oai place iwd mil under goad fence ItJa good locaticni fora store PoMMrioa can begiveiat Cfari t iM Jor Cerms and further pmrtkoUfi call on or adreii5 i w OROJCT T Nttfoc TlTKHJtft All taxpyeniof WaMiii county are hereby ooilied tthai taies for the yehl908 r it sow due and prompt getil iwJB of samejist requested Aluo eli per sons wing bfcck UXM wilt tali notice thatiEiaaHi arc BO Mlr tleaat onca thej will Ut pro ceeded agalnit bj law a RON DatUii Si4 5 Washingtoo Odunty faIrsI jWe have 1 1I4Jtfarms for sale at rea akiIs prices All persons biYeaI W et1te t rl to chasewj1lfiuditbttJi dvsi taglogiveiaa a call personal attentiont rtt busiwisa piaccjd inoirbirndaS- earcy t e NeiKirk Ji04 VtM- Agetts Springfield Ky t over Robertson Ds U 3 Il 1 iIIieaAfter Seals ot M1tvcM4r to tk topic roIe tJfioPl1 Ibridge stntfcMlMt wHliwrt migration fe tSe gnufogl iajitottf t entire animal kIg4oaayutsipradJod that can be ito tftor tot l r44 JM iJA little isii iMy it t4jiik totuI1dwJljtofake the ezt 47 Wbii are ju grtnf toawrrwwr tbt cUooi tea Joei dODe yea gM RUtJItiii radiaiytieaa VUrIO1DtO 11M iegrads9ss t r 1 t4Itf rnc Wa t 1tak of WaiH siidibs7a8n Ybtt dO oiithIltitJtlall 4plj that be pL bt MMtter WKL than you are v or elw ye ttt k fWtty weD of him 7 Cbkigo iII XrjoOnld tie Nttel het6 Ue Is the epitaph on i tomtDne IAt 2w r I lilt NLWItDtN t T J t A TaVUTlii 8JWAlICE lGMIIID KY LL DAVI3ON Jr1 PiLI r I bu14LtjIuIhs11 Me ItN1ss 41J1 14 pUthI pi jA4 oust 1ZiMM at tow VMM Nt esI j 4 tsIrss 4 HilWa1 ith IroepectI JSS3UNUX 4NsIIttl SJ LM io lr a j i IWDAT 1vi26l9O3 i il alsfi Av3ee 41dee an buster i tilt eIeJrM JlHlC9lt1e In un- mieWI tad wKk b 4 HBHI IS 1 hit ale tntered by a Hake rf 1 rI M M1r11J vcr b1 11 ttick 0 shOw j a kaWt ier MOW Kllar lustra It sad lit wtM kP fi1tel reach I A i Na aei rdetirll UeMad1i eS- St1tft lr r ir a ptalHit ualewr bt fcaiTib MMM ke knows fcow to re- t ictabute yonVtowrtk The oy a fewt th rvrarai rlH Mug r Tkh adriee ahMiM fce reversed at- atj It i i B a wh te awIiMiulB in sbark ol ifsp4 itatew IiMfeagIongailIe- J kkssIis4stud atakea a gretde1ol aiius TW riiark IB tee tlmkl to fr- Mwieh atblM that looks as If it w1NiMtoattww TOW do In case you eerared by a cinnamoa bear 1 ui i isked tLie eld hunter 1lay iy Kayera be aaswcrcd la t t t i V AH 81 JleTeI Tkcr ft Mm Burton with her husband Slrlt1 Richard Bwlcm tbe famous traveler I aM twe ladled had driven out otI TIM to a vlltagp dance and were r tliqpWwl In tIIIug of it she said SwMenly at Ute top of a roof caaxht i4ht of a rat wblcb appeared II e t be spellbound by tbo music Lee1 1 14uDo t move but vatck tbat rat fascinated by the mil Ic v 1M ire ill sat aWL watched it and thwmkt It moct Interesting that rats aliMtd be awceptible to music like liz SarEk awd anakca- Vle all saw it move We all saw UB z ke4tari azd Its tall move and kept atHl not to frighteN it away The ext day feeling miucb iatercsted In flkrfxlr we sent to Isquire abou it Tbe SViiL4 lied out was made of s piIfttetIM edtothetopofte- boie tckfortewginatlon JA K1IdSbbaArIRPt A Cafcadtea university man is eollv eaJiiff bta btew circle with the follow I ctof7 WatS tovriac la Scotland kMt attfeuaer fOse81l00aY morning bo put hte Httte iMmuier IB Ills pocket he- t it an amateur geologist and strolling vt po tl e hills beg aa to chip off Igterestedrwtth a fr WB Sir be said do ye lr lJtI yr breakju more than stones tbWer Breakia tbe Sabtiatb ehr aakl te yfuoc CasdIIItb a Wigb I arid taappfwe totbutnwaythe bajuwer and walked a little way wlnakllli A turn of the roa4 revealed the ruiM ef a castle What castle la titan said the stranger tta rioo the dayj was the severe reply to be sfUria sic thlagsLodoa Outlook I A TMC Tfwrt rtnn IbiThere Is treeli theWest Indies that the atlres aaygrfws1llshos ItWte bite an apple tree They call it the eatabMh It bears very queer leave i Jibd large white blpsoms that grwK rlcitt fr0nitbe trunk aad larger bra cbea After the fld ver cornea the fruit jtaa our apptea or peaches do ttthfe fruit Is Itf the shape of a Koard ealy stroager aid much larger i r mHuettpctf a foot in diaaaeter Nowsee whet a use the peel t tbat country aiake Ctba frait The shell is so J1ar- dZ that all nert et big aad little dishes Z t Jtt sad drtbklnj cup caa be carved out df 4 liltj Evwi petsand kettles are made and wwd ever Upie but of course they Jlt essitM beg aa our Iroaoaes t MI5 r7 r MBAth M My grandpareats on my Mtbers 4We were Bonagenarians1 I Mid Mrs OWUtIeS ttaeT replied ber bpstesa iljr fttiu was all Baptists but Jotiab ep fr a MetbedbH faaillyMChl XeriMerMS r lW JellotMy will breakdown the jwetteitbee it Ito a mIcrobe that the Bterriesi heart ScboelA i Wlmt It tm TlMt Wias jL ee4r7weaR remarked to ber SuIb4 durluc a CMversatlon on their ttttm aarket Hew Is it Mary s we baveibce Married four tiuios aaJ lye ft Meta dat all and IM M cb baadsoper than yoiiy Aye to be avfe returned Mary A iNt Ji iWt IUtat does g H 4rbIttbecee hIther In your eys XIN 1IHwils by tertrteky Im the BritbA aavy the engineers bayc a eid4ei way of UiUBf sharks They seil M a dyiMMlte cartridge la a teH aid put the eta 1a 1de tkrawNrwith am dectrie battery L WbMi the aiMric tafcta the belt the uti WI s That 4tJI BrWf the peer bat a 1 Lwere 1a II TtM is IMB yss M W wife1 A tnttnm Mr Tarafnur she J pirIaM tii a posMiMl The Idea fjF ftMtok I wotrid want you to get t de m kaieXzchsa- gewbssaidiIIrIiidbir4ebi r Jii 9t I tirKkAerIttohstaffiraifIlj t PIths If MB parptu to he IDhS a agruu wrMtkr Idlllllllhl If 1 The hajkmt ah tower M the world HIM VUfcffc AoatrfB MBtteti from UM jMJper level fall 2W feet Wrii fii 41ltU4 iI tIIJ4jl iii 1Jill1 News From The County M I X i A tCHiaty P fie I Rprtd by CrrpautS I IIIIIII SM4 WiUisbr- MrL Brow Dr Yatesand brother and Miss Cora Irenl wtc JJOWl town last Sofiday to see Edgar ffells Who still lingers ot the sick list Mrs JcMpbme Sutherland is oo the sick Vat BOrn to the wIfoof RufuS Filter on last Wednesday a 10 Ib diuxhfer Mrs Thos Trent and daughter N ijag Maggie of Kirkland were guests of J M Trent Saturday iDr M W Hyatt and wife are in Louisyilie this week Miss Mayme Merritt has rea turced hone after a pleasant trip with Mr J L Williams and family atPolin Li tie Francis Mctlvoy has returned to hergraLdpentsat- Poi after spending several wee s with ijelatives at this place Revs Sims and Ws Identified their appointments at this place last Sun ay We ret hay ng to give Mr G A Dehoney and family up as they have moved to Lebanon We wjsh benr success in their new home Mrs J Mae Greenwood has re turned tome aft r a few days visit with relatives hi Louisville Miss Cheatham of Louisvifle lavishing her is er Mrs J BJ Crouch neartown I Ernie Harlow is onv the sick listat his home near town Mr EdJ Su toil and family will move to our town in the near future Sallie Sutherland and son JMr were in Hurrodaburg last weeks Tom Cqlvin has returned home from DeKalh 111 Hb was ac Companied by Lloyd Pinkston PuIIiam The farmers in this vicinity are finding great faut with the bird hunlersCMr E ias PerkinKjjjtftnice cow worth 351 supposed to have befen kilIed67 bjrd hunters Lucky for the hunters Mr Per kins didnt know them and they fled before he knew his cow had been killed Dr Hatchett of Tatham Springs bad a nice mare crippled dot on his farm by bird hunters 1i heard a farmer say the first man be saw hunting on bison his place he would prosecute him tothe full extent of toe law Little Georgn B Gordon a son of Mr and Mrs John B Gordon ii very 8iC1at this writing Rheumatism affecting his heart j the tr uttleii here iis lots of sickness in our- iovlngtf Ed Wells of Wi i ojrg is lying at thepoht tk- JeLtL 4 Mr Isabh Bihop and Miss Ada Got were married bund y Niveubyr 22 ut J N Gordons a nging school at Pleasant Grove church by Rev BP H itcbett vlr Valls Pi kston and MIss Addie bosier were the atten dints Those young people wnre both reared up u this vicinity and sand yeiy 1gbin society We wish thma long and happy life We have been informed that a singing school would be nothing amss att Willisburg church As mere was a funeral to take place there a few dayi ago Eld J A bims callea for a song and everybody sat still as if tliey were shocked some of the singers Irotji our midst favored Bro Simms with a song 1W no ice everybody speaks of the NEWS LEADEtfbut ii3spme trouble to get people t finbsinba for it I gu g they arj afaid of spcndii g that dollar at the same time they will gi to town and sp nd three times that amount and get npth jug in return RO why not get the worth of yonr rnoney when you spend it and send 1 and your alJrass to tie editor of this r Jpl worthy paper and get the Jlatent Btws of your county Write for it now you are losing time and lots of good reading MObRESVILLE nom on November 18tn to the wife of Palter Chesaera 12 pound boy hkilJgadvantageof bing their corn Most of them wU wind up gathering this week- Somt few have sldk their to baco to the local dealer James Moore Was and James Montgomery of Nelson county bought a traqtl of land from Mrs Nancy Mullf can containing aboutJO acres for 1250 Possession giveh January 1stt 1901 Removing has commenced and viI1 not wind up until abqt March 101904 Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie were in Springfield last riday guts of Mr arId MrsEG Boblit The young ladies and gentlemen will have a rally at the viaud Christian church Fifth Sunday nigh this monh at 7 oclock Everybody Invited Ad mission free W H Payne and Jeff Coat were in Springfieldlast Saturdby on business The teachers met at Maud last Saturday Supt Bush was on hand Mr Elara SwesneJand Miss Flora Wiilll were married at the residence of Mr J M Lync b Rev Cannon of the Baptist church SpringfieldMay eve joy be theirs Nackville John Demaree and family cf Michigan are he guest of the family of Dave Yankee- Died on the 20th at her nomI in Mayj1hfrs Viola Turner Lt6ra short illness of typhoid fever Funeral services were conductedthe following day at the Christian church by Rev WP Walden after which tho remains were interred io Peters cemetery Born to the wife of Sam Arnold a floe boy aso to the wife of Dee Rile aline daughter Merritt Burton one of our popular young men who 1kj been in business at DeKalb Hly for some time is vishingiii1 mother Mrs Foster j Hartford Turner andJobn Hyatt are bn tne sick list Shewmaker Co have nioyed their saw mill to Taylors Fore aid Ed Brittian has moved ha saw mill ou til to l4ng Lick Pore t View Mr George Smi islerj and we have not beard what iif the nature oi Iih cbnpJaint- Hilloryt Usborn hRs toeen don jtinedto his hen for sra1 days with pneumpnia but welearn is slowly imprhving Clements Cambroa a son of Ben Ufcm won is quite sick Thomas Medley wliile at mill in Springfield a fedys since had his team badlv frightened by an automobile passing by and the wagon wasMftdlv smashed up by the team running off We cannot see why there should nie- tbealawto stop the running of tMese machines oti the turnpike before some lady and children are killed One life is worth more than all such worthless machines Married on last Wednesday morning at St Rose Cburcb by Rev FAtherRoaoti Joseph Med Jey and Miss JuliaBadgett Joe is a well to do farmer and highly esteemed byall the young peoples d a particular avorite with the older ones Miss Julia is a young lady of rare beauty ani many accomplishments She is Badgatvtwho U PlJAWlt UIWJ aracamph ItMk Biiing PII ISsopt theHAfar Step the Bfcedioe Allays alb Inflammation Jt Cook It Soothes it Cures sMi1yla2kJSc a 11M ku AtaL1gSS Fpr Saleby Ci J Haydon adjomny countiMi She is a niece of Sidacy William and Richard OsborneSAt the same place and tithe by the same Minister Richard Keen and Miss Belle Smith were also married Richard is the sari of Mr Frank Keene And is a rising yo oN tanner while Miss Belle is tbe da goter of the law Henry Smith and is a most amiable and highly cultured young lady Wt extend both couples our most hearties congratulationsS As Mr Bud Badgutt xwtfs returning from Springfield one night lilt week where he hull gone to meet his sister Mrs Davidson who had come up from Louisvil to attend the Med ey Badgett wedding and when they had passed bvef the railroad crossing blow Jarboes mill by sdm means it b lug very dark Mrs Davidson and little girt and Mr tiadgett w re thrown ttom he buggy on the hard pike eing scared and not knowing the extent of their injuries they ieturred to town and consulted uhyaician and not timing them elves much hurt bey again started for home and made it in safety Misses Mar B and Jessie urnco entertained the Beanto n String Bamrlitb all the youlg jcopl in the community las Sdturd4y niht The young adies deserve great credit for heir kindness and pleasing way u which Jbey entertain- Pleasant Hill Miss Annie Dean and brother cfeorge of Hill sboro were visiting relatives here Satmday and Sunday Mrs Annie Gillus died the 21st of typhoid fever Remains were intrred in Fairview cemetery he lleaves a husband and thtee little ones to muurn her death Mr Sapuel Royalty and sisier 4uthof Asnbrooke visited at their brothers J M Royalty Saturday night and attended church at Tatham Springs Sun diy r Mr Isaiah Bishop and Miss Ada Ooflwerd united in marriage Sunday last by Rev Hatched Jay joy and pleasure be their lot Miss Lizzie Adams of Fecwick who teache school at this place Visited her parents Saturday and Sunday I v Mr Geore Kays bought 7 head of yearling calves in your Lown Monday at 10 lj per head Thanksgiying services vilrbo heidat Tatbam Springs Thurs day Services willI be conducted b RevE W SumwersS ALl lever- You seem to have a great liking for larce words Well stir answered Mr Erastua ripkley l once knowed a man whose life were wired by a big word He once told me dat I prevaricated an by dp time I fonn out what dat word meant it were too late fob et bit iiimNew Yorker Jers e frlf i what Going out walaI tonight begaflMrsNsggtc On no just this once replied her husband with aggravating cheerful ness It will be too late when I get back to go out again Philadelphia ledgerSWh ether Kr ei meet Mias Ixive b blind ke complained That oaglit not to worry you she said encouragingly because we have eyes only for each ether Milwaukee Journal l The mag Jrite to always talking about bow much work lie does should remeM ber that nome people work so bard that they dont ave time to tell about It AtclzlsonOlobeS Her Advice MAb be said as be led her back to her seat nf ten the waltsI Just love dancing Well she replied as she attempt to repair a torn flounce youre sot too ed to l Qrp Excbsnge Md It Warm UI got a cold sapper whea I went liee tonight and you bet I kicked abfatit Did that do any good Well my wife made it warm for me wen Mteked- 1reilRetzlbntlon lisa finally over taken tbat talkative Miss Cbattington JoeIndeed How pray FKSII married Windiest the Wp bcr Philadelpbla laquirer 1IkI Lvs q5 whats platonict lover Itt generally a biBch el tCMbto ta kgttU ExdtllgeIn Aed Me Needed M Van Qulzz As for sae I weeld BT r Marry a brainy waaFits Bile Why an There eBgbt to be see ltat bralBC IB every family New QrkMBS T1DaeratT- he cynic Is one who sever asia B pod quality to a MBA and atTtr fattt 05ba4 9BfBwk sj w5wS Consumption 1 Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plenty of porkvas the advice to the consumptive 50 andloa years ago Salt porfe is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostIScotts Emulsion iis the modem method of feeding fat to the consumptive Porkis too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this Way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some Jhing about the combination ofcod liver oil and hyj6phos phitcs in Scotts Ejrfulsibn that puts new life into the eak parts and has a special iptiont on the diseased lungs fa sample will be sent frcciipon request Be lure that this picture fh the form cf a label is on the QIEmulsIon SCOTT BOVJNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and Si all druggists Karly ComblacB cad Careers Engrossing was an offense punish able in England by fine and ituprl on went and the laws against It struck at tbosccnUcdueDgrosscrswhQ plan ned to gain control over necessities such as groIn or food stuffs in consid erable quantities either by purchase or otherwise with the intention of raising prices The statute ookhohls quite a series of enactments designed to prevent any thing hi the nature of what ve know as a corner or combine Regnit lIrig wns a criminal offense o and so was trestnlllngT The former couslstikl of buying and selling the same day in the same market or near It and the latter Implied the purchase of mcrchan disc on the way to market or before tiLe hour at which the niarket commenced with the intention of selling at a profit while It was also utoresluJl InV to circulate rnmof calculated to raise the prices of commodities Though these laws have fallen Intc dcsuttudc they were iu force in out grtudfathers time M Preston for In stnncethere were prosecutions nliuostt op to the accession of Queen Victoria Poisonous Baby Snake The young of the poisonous species of serpents deserted from the very first by till parent snakes are n dangprouf as If full grown from tile moment they enter the world The proprietor of n Philadelphia museum learned this bLs COSt In n big glass case partitioned irongh the middle by rf wire scnx n there lived side by side nri eleven foot anaconda of the constrictor family and a colony of cotton mouth moc xasln It was Imposlble for the moc casins to glide through the narrow mbes of the screen or even to Yen tture in occasional strike at their I4rg and peaceful neighbor nut dur- lag the night a brood of young cotton mouths unexpectedly appearedbabies- not five inches fang They squirmed through tile meshes of tbe partition and before they bad been two hours In this world were gliding joyfully over the lifeless body of the huge constrictor which lay polsPued by the youngsters fangs SWesIeT e Wlock Iu an Intercrting little tract on Marriage by John Wesley the founder of Methodism all the duties of a wife are summed up In two rules namely that she must recognize herself as the In ferior of her husband and that she must behave as such These were John Vesleya theories and that his practice may have been somewhnt Blm liar Is shown by the following sentence from a letter to his wife Ue content to be a private Insignificant person known and loved by God and me John Wesleys opinions on this subject were perhaps the fruit of his experl ence but It is also possible that they were a cniie rather than an effect and that tbe thornfiicss of his marital rela tions may have been In a measure traceable thereto a A Mercaitlc Retort i Some curious anectjptes are relateti of Hermann Xumpe the Wnguerlan eon ductor at Munich He was well known tto llte u Bp ltuallst and believed tint the ghosts pf dead composers Inspired his conducting of their works One tIny Zunipe told another conductor of notP how Beethovens spirit was present during the performance of one of the symphonies and SO pleased w4ts the ghoMt that after the end pf tbb tirut movement he exclaimed At last Ah my dear fellow excIfllunHl the other conductor surely Beethoven made u mistake He thought It was the end oft the last movement Queer Vies of CnvlUl No man living perhaps rail pronpuuce the English language aright ntnil time and In all plntts for correctness depends largely on time und place and sometimes to bO right you must be wrong A soon as you step on ship board and sail the horizon being clear and definite sheds the need for nI 108Sul and at sea It rhymes with orison In the army n route Is al ways called u rowte Moreover the1 cavalry by long standing tradition calls a horse nnonw nnd the orders ift stand to orses London Globe Chattel Mortgages 1 A man who gives a chattel mortgage Should always examine It carefully to trJi1kt8 nOt is not on demand Sharp tLpUfy lenders who loan funds on chat tel mortgages ofttfn try tf have this Mause hlltCJtedant when It Is the bor ro er mnrxpecMQ part with his chat trIll any moment It ISR trick trIUOMt advantage is often tak J1 rr 5 ScSSS5SSSSSsS ToureacoIdinoneDII QuinineI4Jrigiat 0f541ie ewu Nothing is now lucre universallyl tiC ccpted thnu the tact that the pnitli on Improved variety of the sfajcnl The almond hasP n thin 8lipil around the stone rlileh splits OJMJ anti shovi the stone when iflittlrtSThis outer skin lias simply bwouw fleshy In the peach so that It 115nlf that gins irits specific character It swm flow clvar frpiu Investigation In tthe history of ancient IJqbylon that In their gaftttns nearly years ago the peach was cultivated thou as it is noiv t It must have been many years before this that the peach was lthtovedgjoui- the almond and this fat gqes to show the great antiquity uf the fruit IV slbly gardening Jn some respects at least so far as It relates to miuiyj of our cultivated fruits was us farad vanced 0000 or 801 or perhapsIOOOC years back ns 1t1Is today PhianiicInn uinnqtliousands orYJnN ago as is proved by the records had In their gardens almonds apritots ba nanas citrons Ogs grape4 olives peaches pomegranates and even sugar cane yfls In extensive fultlvatSoii Certainly thIs shows how far advanced these nations were Ju garden culture many years ago Speeclien of Men You may search through the nnnflg of all time and thy speeches of men will tell the passions of the pariddB during whlelf they flourished The speeches of the ancients that have been preserved through the ages present to Us our strongest and Vm6s 1m portant hlstcvy of the past They con 11erllturtumults of var the thtnquil periods cf peace and the convulsive shocks of revolution the orator stands Inclear relief as Impressive and enduring us the sob dlcr The great speeches of the grett men of antiquity are In the mjouth of the schoolboy He cannot knoxfJreece without Dlmosthi p s lie cnrfnot know Rome without Cicero Still thestiaog raphcrs of tliose centuries werv unlike tine stenographers of this and di wilt njways remain n lasting regret that Ih HtrOf tilt most lirHIIantVuttcranVes of ancient oratory anti wit have never been reeonlcd Schoolmaster A Cat nutln llon ol v Many says t ootitribuJor are fiis tressed by the way Jii which hcat plays whli a njoiw tufpre kUlimr That the mouse 1bes nut snfTrr sonm h as might he oXpiHtnV proved ty cer tain facts fold urn iivy a friend n short time ago Her rat after citchlng a mouse and playing with It for some lime left It to go nail eat some meat tn a plntetou the ooit To my flrhnds surprise the mouse followed iiji spite a broken leguuid for avhle out Iof the same dish the cat occasionally tine mouse aside when It came ttpo clo eWhln both lad finished the cat ate up his companion who evident ly feared death as little as tine ton demued mnrderers who we are often told ate a hearty breakfast on the morning of their execution I MastIczt1on The primary object of mastication II to break up the food scvns to fnclUtntet the swallowing of It rind still portant to insure Its Intimate admix 1wlUlnentire digestive tract Mastication has however other Important nnd far reaching effects Titus it promotes the flow of sulfa and when properly per formed secures a due lusalivation of the toodJt Increases the quantity of alkaline saliva passing into the stem ncb It stlln1tlltlStht heart and circu lation and It finally Influences the nu trition of the Ja wa and their append ages by stimulating the local blPod antiI lymph circulation VnxhinKtca nail the Twin The Hartford Couratit dehiQlIshes one of till numerous Washington tra ditions George Washington Father of His Country stopped overnightt once at the home of Oliver EHswortlif Tradltlon bas It that on thitaiwplclous occasion he took thin twin JKlUvorti boys In his lap and was foiuulln the nursery dahdllug thriii on his fences anti singing to thrni the welt known hymn called The Darby ISimi But tine visit of Jeneral Washington was In 1789 and the twins were born In 1701 me li Flour r5FOOJ The fisheries ri nrgxKiF one pf Nor ways chief lndu jWk and quantities of fish are sold at very low rate par ilcuiarly rrlngsnmiuer One way In which these tire utilized Is by means of an Invention fwhlch quickly dries and pulverizes tint flesh of frtali flfclv TM rcsultlilff product called fishJ Jour Is easy to transport from one place to another and hints great nutritive valne SThose Dear Girl Frieiidx Miss UtniphictI r had my pictures taken last week mud today I got some of them They nre just as natural aa life Miss Parca venue My but you bear up cheerful ly ininder misfortune Arent you Iolntto even brhig suit or any thlngnaltlmdre Ann rltan SDlniztnsnreea Solue officers of a rrttlsh ship were djnlng vlth a luanditrhi at Canton One of the guests wished for a sec6JU helping of a savory stew Tvhlch he thought was sonic kind qf duclf and not knottlnir the woil In ChinijJje held his plate tohls kent saylus with sail lug npprov J1l t Quite iujick nuack Hint rduulcnnncp fell when bferliost polnthig tolthe dlnhi respptdid Dow bow hotNew York sews t1uuItut tlMike pnidPlodtlhig Pete what would youjdo If you was to wake up an had yourself railway president I dunn answertd Meandering jalike Hiinjcn uatJe iii human ua ture I sqso Id gItf nUrl Jluy nn begUn to vjorryabont r11 do rides ive been bent n do ccvuny out of Washington tSt r A utOpSuttrt Oh weve gorniJi easy thins this time said tine confldencaf man who land beoirj prpsn cting for n victim Sure Cfltltkcl Why 10r- ounclrll Up jfljjw wIto tiiJpl1s hes too Efuirtitorj 4gJ b1onr one Chicago Post r fDlrd M1rntIonSAfter yrjar of study devoted to the topic Prof ssor Alfred Newton of Cam bridge stated hint without doubt bird migration is UIQ greatest mystery Ju the entire anlriial kingdom 1la myatery1 hs added that csn be no more explained by the mollern man of science than by the simpleminded snvaKQof antlanltr SS 4ilenember that the SPfflHGMLD LUMBER ft Handler every thing in tjie way of 1 t BUILDINOMATERIAEEough J in aiw quantities j fT i l Sr I ion lifiye buildingI to do get oir prIcesWe can give you estimates n buildings contpleteI or can furnftli you the material at lowest prices v i T fc Yards and offfcp ndar depott J t Telephone39 f SPRINGF1EID JY CURE FOR HICCOUGHS Slniyle Scientific ncmeilr That Gives IinuicrtlRtc iltellcf- An nttnck of hiccoughs brings Its vie tint less syuipathy perhaps titan utmost any oUter illiii nt th iiiain t Jsot1l1er ifig thut i 5it it in very ntri CaSes It Iis nut attended with fatal results and Jlwt in most cases It attacks dthcrwisc healthy persons Still it lsbnu of the most annoying aud most obstinate of dililcyltles1 While th effoft to cure Isf bbiiig niul2 It generally dISappears yet it resists the mopt vigorous effort oMlio white control its vagiwies I A hiccoughW a qilck Ibvoluntary Insplratory uJpvement of the dia phragm brought suddenly to a stop uy3an involuutaiy clpslug of tine glot tis The muscles ttbat control these t vo portions of the human anatomy are incessant workers TJiey wnlf on every breath wlthoujt being guided by jtb will apd even work while we sleep While they do theIr duty life passes triniuil calm and pacific but If from any cause a disturbing element enters Into their baillwidk tInny rebel are beyond the control of the will j nd hay lug no guide ns it were run away and like any runaway rhave no care for the damage done Tine effort Jo remove the disturber Is the cause of the hic cough mid the following method of- treitmpnarrests these muscles iirtheir wild escapade brings them back to their duties and like tine patient servv ants they are they restmie their work- and life becomes as placid as before First expel nil tjlc nir froth your lungs every very quickly The portion of the body they attend to Is as Were collapsed and now commences the next apd concliidiug part of thc r cure Second commhce rtto fill your lungs wlih air but do soj cryIOWlY but steadlly Pucker your mouth and 1f possible leave nn fjjpeulng of your Ilp3 no larger than a iint nnd through this Inhale the air lOlIJ your lungs raisi your anus and thrpiv out your chert end1 when you Jire full these muscles resume their rcsrulajr duties and tlig Ificcdughs are poaeHPreroklyn Ea3lp MAN AS SEEN BY NOVELIST Success roros to sVeeten th averaga man ut m1tF Is the herolcnl test of hcrolSEdeulhllpotts He who 4Oes good bu tine spur of the moienft usually spws a seed of dlssan slou In tile trenelnoftIrneSetcm MeVr rtaian 1 A woman without illusions Is the dreariest and most difficult thing fo manage posslbk Author of Eliza beth it nd lIce Gerinaw Garden Inc something tf saytsay It stop talking give fjools the first and wdmen the hist word tine meats always In tJie middle of tine saudVkhG U Lori men I Happiness faHs toj our store in sep arate detached blti and those of us who are vis content ourselves With these broken fingzucntsBentelce Bar radon Noisy fclIoB rre always wedded to their own opluionsj weak fellows t the opinions of otl era The perfect man consclons othils Intellectual pplr tuclO Is content wltllfaspIratPnSiTIIarr od Begbie Wlth rnanroit U1Uft taIypreLoi liberty for your mind und prjson for your body lihcty for yourbody and n prlsonf or your znnci Nearly nil people choose the lItter We know what becomes of the few wino dtf not James Lane Alien v The ninls ofj Pnrndtsc Prpbaltly fumou blnV flas a small er habltatTnUtt HtCjblrd of pnni4is h beaiitiful fea7llersntrejp highly prisriv In tIe mIlUuy trade 0 knows winy tiro Varietiesi of this beauti ful bird are confined to tine island of New Guna and tint herghborlug coasts of AutnllltI Then are many other Islands int far away whOre tine coudlflions would sfcra to be equally favorable to their exlstenc but they are not found ampng tlioui Qaltcau i tlafa toy S I v nlJt to nsldran something Oracle said ihe besititlful heiress Vlmt ItDuckethe duko n1quired V Would you object tiI should request hO minister to omit the word obey ton tine service when we are mrfr retJ t JCcrtnlniy ho Ijc aiiust mn iIi- tle honor nptl uJml Chioigo fc rdUerahd f JITo Get nidtof liatB 1f After nit other rom dlts fall there still romatin n trnsot gottin rid of rats and that Is by Driving them of water They can live ofn very Ions time without food and Jrclion bard pressed will not hesitntq to eat each other but na rat Jif tWntYiour hours without drink ThprcfprQ If ev crY possible means of pbtalnlngt water J3 taken from tine rats tibtWJJl desert the vicinity iIVery PathCt c What Can bo mote pjttbcUc sA the sentimental woman rthnn a nutS who inns lloved aocl1lost ttVjell replied tUecjan of expo rlcnccIa felloW wjho has bet on a sure thing and Jost cuts quite I figpre In the patlieUc lInen Cbtcago ttecora Hflrald SS ca CrI t JPGK vOC IDewjjiAIS 0yan go l D Wtta Witch Had Salve Is original and eeireinc la fact 0 Wittssth oBy Witch HacelSdr tht is madj from the uwdttlterais With B 1 1St1 othersars cOUntsdeIt3se hili tettoas cheep anti worthlussss danteroos DeWIttfsWikhJte lShHi t 5IeedtfltchtngandFrctnidlnepjls LaceratloUContuHnS j Teher Salt KWen sod ail other Skla SALVE SwuDzrt EC DeWitt 4 Ccwk 1TLI4 BALDY MONSbN 3 SCALP fton It Was Won br L clcyM altl Tin In u FareGaiHc During the time that gambling vaj In its glory on the Pacific coast Saul nu oldl Caiifomian L cky Baldwin WJjs easily the inqst daring chance tker of all the potable argonauts Bald win did on1e1 amazing stunts in that th1iililIwlieni m with rhtJepsq suddenly icdIrcd that- bey ndPt laid time tqtop and flgre- S how wUch they possessed trl ij to outvie one another In tine capers tfccy cut vltU the LndyVortunL One night in the late flfftes Lucky as he wnstJHmcnJ1cdwnked latoj the famous old Alcptrnz dub nn Kentncy- strlet in San Krauclsco after Jiaying been religiously shuuuinjj his bed for about three days and night ruiinhig and in thatsliape Lucky was in those Jays rady for anything uA amount dealer 1otbc Alcatnxa club the biggest ogambllng cstabJJsli ment pn the coast at tiie tluie waa Daldy Monsoii called because his poll wins bare of hair as a pat of butter except foiv a tiny patch that rwnlnooI rl htontth crown of his hoaoT If had been a cowlck tnd clijj cdnslsteut stubbbrutessit had refused to grt wbifU the rest of Caldys hair hind departed Baldwin strolled over to wihof Baldy Mcnsou was acting as lookoit IfuklInghold t now many bare yotigot lIeftr Baldwin asked of ibnsbav SEighteen of em an inch orJmorfc long the last time they were counted soberly replied Baldy hcrknjrax ba some trifling short 1nss bcsidesInthe ttiCtbuf tbeg dont figure y Eighteen ehri said LuckyVJJVcI Its Just foplfrsbnflss to be packing iirotiid only eifthteeli hairs Turn me the king cum for 513000 antf rrtlf ftothowsBaldy jjlantssfl Inquiringly at the proprietor of the dUb wino wasStnriilt Ing by and Wi employer gave him the nod Monscu took tine dealers chair nod began the deal The kbig dwon down near the middle ofr hJThexnind- tie proprfererof the club scrawJpd n cheek for on the BaukRf ipaH fornia and haiiflcdlt over tto7aIdhin- Lucky snipped the cightoRn Jiairs off Baldy Aionspna head with too razor edged blade of his pbcketkiilfe- tt hind tine housekeeper nt his hotel tlo them up in tihy Tjlnk ribbon sbadouble bdw to set them off anti x hibited the tuft In tho wiuuWflf the Bell Union Jabelcd Bhdy lonsQij Scalp Wasliington rost L E ccntrleltle IH lsIi as dnuI nc i1tigreat palaco ofIcc and on xxxaklona wlien tine tine seized her punjslia several of her dainty courtiers bf mri pelllng tljemv1o psws tIne night 4a ttdls great hajnber of state where tthey fl were almost frozen to death Tine 5ajv Paul ol1stor of ttbe prca cut emperor of Russia constructed tn room forffledventirely thuge lulrrwii where he spent hours rklking JqtltHi fro In tail untforuiHit ilijuiar iaslii for the ugliest man liiRnssia One of the natij pninbes of ilara cooled JIS Itu1ac by h1nakiuLstr ntM fall in a caeesde over tlne gstcay and the Indian despot TlpBO 5aIihj4sced beside his dinner table itrrt1 nialireTJf n tlgci dstourlntf C 1nj1ikk oSkci tine rosr cf the l t ti11BhtitS of tIne victim beIng v l y hidden Jiijighlwfry f 1llA XosIvtl rolltlclan Coiirnitultee rad- iitve bein immifliIed jSarah with tWfclrtAno- iPolltcliUiA1at trr diJToniw those tbit- ialeDetruif Free Prcaa Masai1 Cirlill is I JjLjH Cr aM Resni5tdhiwIa ttiac IifJld Jabeorb 5e ia touo01 5Is at drjll 555airiosIDSssng Si 6J Or jjjjjjjj7jcS rr DRJ I BURTON Mi MPiCP I jj i P- ITiU fJJitr IM r lJtlJ Hl1t tfXYf itrtC tly iIPlrs ciaf I i 1 riftJOH AMPTON i1 it IJ 4LqIi f fJJ l OFF GE I1eflou5 W il SIOGKI tJi f IPlffKII1D KY JFIQFJfJrif1nebaris pos fOil BakOMCet0WGWFGR1GSBX4 ATTO9NEY ATMAW t tDatiJI iJJ 4 sPJ F1ErDrKXr H 9- yep TJ II t rjd 1h3riPo1e4by l fitl t barl ents a We hive in our charge for sale the fo1WInjICr1bC propetty jpptJ in Washington county ja complete I descripto Oflyf Sprop ty will be fur l111 d on request 135 aci farm located on ithe pike elgbtJi1 le31 frOm 31crjnge4lflCy1 2 fiV4ow dweLUngn l 1nw barn t illwei1 fecdand wtcred1Pr1ce 530 per acre 20 acre farm r seen miles from spzitii1e11near tbpike all in high state of estivation toostly in grass wen ithpr4ved Price43260peracre- tii acre farm 4 mlle4 from Spring ii1iLnearthqpikesmall house and small barn S acres pf creek bottom Price 3ff per acre r1 l42 cret farm Secntmile3 from SvriIgDcl q theiicjicjj 30 acres of bottom land good improve ments of every kind Price 30 per arteVv 3CO acre farm six and half miles trom Spriokaeld on the pike good fmpr v m JT tsofeverT kjnd lanI rin gbpdlstiitfe 6f cultivation 20 acres of good1 creek toqi1rice30 per acre 140 acre farm miles fro tSpring 4fied near the pikfc good house and barnJf trrn mostly n gras Price J S40 per acre 200 a eiarm fr tubes trotn Spring elI ot1t ekecll fenced and watered all in high state of cul tivation lays well Price 535 per acre 196 acre farm JO mi es from Spring field 2 mites from JLbretto Good house and barn acrea of bottom Price 5000 p iSO acre farm three miles from Springfield near thc pike ion thJi county Road farm all lays well dnd is well fenced and vra terejd good house aud barn 133 acre farm eight miIj f omJ Sbgt1rdrood foiir r Iihoue good st ck and t6baccobarn plenty of good tobactfl land l Price 2250I Reracret 50 acre farm one half mite from 0 town mostly In grBplcrity uf good J tobacco land four room houserVstbck attobaccobarn tr6 acre farm one halt mile from Sprinttd aU Ipa5g llrt Gl ssdn pr6vements Sf Jf 1Y6R1n good orcWd u i lU i J247 acre farm all lays well and un 1der good fence nice seven rootfl awjel l ing house large fit CJ barn goad cow barn and all other outbuild ings Priqe30 per acre 1 20iacre place onehalf mile from Itowninice small house and barn milk house and carriage house I3 HceS2000 rcresfof good iiniiproVed land one mile from Springfield mOtlylDj grass Price S40 per acre US acre farm six miles from Spring I fielcfmostly Ih grass plieiityl of good tobacco land four room dwelling and godd stock and tobacco barns price 834 per acre 104 acre farm located four miles 3b from Springfield witli good fibuse tobacco barn and outbuildings alfI v good land well fenced rand watered IWce 530 per acre AJ1we1y Store fw GRIGSY i Jewecr a U Qpi mn has opeflut up with iv nev stock of Jb flitA consisting of Witches Rlrit Chains Charms bi vcrware Clo6ks an 6p ca1 ooaarsno Tuftfllv t duiluciLafldrepairtoigb tIl1cwLects jke asp1iy o1 est ng 1i 4 yeandfitti ig IocaltiL1 at Llritn 1Y- t and LterrhktieortwodisC wtl oU well They also cure fall oWssssek k 4acke atid oit I AehiS piina or mutcalArilnflaniatioii bcdy willyieJdj bc grutpttratng po oLDR- bhSBEs LINIMENT Sold by Wocd Uiiipbth r fwT linwm Wfii ftfififi Local Happenings of Interest the Freshest and La test f IIlAboJ i tYourseIT FtIlnd it and Acquaintances fOO yNMMM lfiUlitW gy atC w gnsp J4 Fresh fish iin4 oysters every Frdty 11tJ 1i prs tJtjiAlLkindsljofliruiisandrnutB c ive ailyt nQ ons 1ixtdj canneL coal1 fqurtoer cits PETERSON AiLcN Pi 1 H t r f i Postumu CereaJ Victor V a MorO4ors1ei by J A J3hadmi Cereals of all kinds peaches prunqs im arid navy bears etc3at1O XHagaiis For a ggoa smolie try the IiLchF for salel at all1 pig2rtands Dr TBthi1hs PoultrY 11q and Stocw 9 01l1y 25t BffdetC W Eagran aivd get nil that its vbrtb Cash for iit if preff rrpd aratWqotQA un D YXXry our luck Miss Mary Lizzie Rineharfr has soldher house and lot on Mliin s reot to Mr Steve Colvin Erice 1 DOOI ityf stopt l is com ujete so itwlfl pay you to call JAnyttiiuj in thi grocery line yduvarit I have v HoganAE A Co t Bro have opened a new butcher shop on Main strontr tear the Postoffice All kinds of fresh and salted meats on hand Prices right Dozorot that I am anxious tqty your cuntryprodu e Tperefnie will pay the bighest pifice I ash it preferred iw Hagan Mr Ham Syceney Qd Miss Flora LeenVall two sv It known young puoplo of lbe county were married Modday by Rev Cannon of he Baptist church hs place Hunt ng season ison and I have a large stock of hunting materiall so it will pay yu jto call ij 1 getf niy prices Shells old on ealy tejiiiis jQrW Hagan Theprotraclftd meeting at the Baptist o roh hs reunited in quite unut6rt ot Accessions to the cljurch Rfey Taylor is preachtuj some Strong sermons The meetings will probablyclose this week ffid Now is iiii1TIE t9bur uyour they4egoing IY1slock0Wflagan 4 Auciionepr S M Campbell SatjIrdayi t WT Campbell near Texas at tracted a small crowd and bid ding was low Personal prop erty of Loyd Turner sold well at the sale in the afternoon and a good crowd attended The farm bel9nging to the staVp of Mrs EUen LitEey deceased in the Plea ai1t rove neighborhood wa3 ylM G Lcachpia dff ter Commissioner ftlewashinjtbn Circuit Coutt- oh Mo 1a1 public out ryj- ludge Litsey became ho put baser at 4jprff acre The fur iff contains 180 acress Al 4a jOongregatioaal meeti jj ield attihe Pr1sbJtteriitn Chul ch- r in lust Sunday m ruing sfep warcaUeii towards extending 0 ttuRev P 0 Liitimar to aci ts pastor and ti committee WUl l pointedt to attend t ctrtiu flails Tlzneetitgvns t j itnedt niztthent hiut frxif butday slea final JICTU ivitI betlti tL aQac h rUJIi a1 i rqdu BucKiiliin ivei i cjuieti j ui wed ywsllrttay bjlPuther lionneksy at utupt- Je ortda Is di thtutnt r o f John Btickrnauad is uciiat y0Ligld wIi uanyfrendtt- he c niv Aar Parrot t is it indu trip4ut ntt pojiurar man He Jiets i a number of years bean wetforl Mr W ilaci MsElroyii farm near Simms tliif county and is i successful farrne t t SA L V attrr hea1ln celve In ilQwr1d uTOPIGSjI Court Day Sales Monday was rather a dull county 6ourb d Ylhe crowd in town being small and the live stock market slow S M Camp bell auctioneer made the following sales yearling steers 7250 4 yearling steers 65 1 cQw apd jaf 3350 1 cow and calf 28 1 cow and calf 25 one strpper ow 18 one 2year old filly 50rono 3esr old horo 3150 one plug horse 42 onJ sarre 38 one same 25 7 sows and 46 pigs 71 JH Est S ra ports toe following street sales c w 813 cow13252cows for 37 2 steers at 826 each five 800lb steers at 283 per hundred Mr R A Dodd ot Wil more was here and bought several low priced horses and mules for the S9uthern trade MayesMahonIJAr beautiful yet simple home wedding was that of Miss Mart MahonI1Thicn brides parents Ar and Mrs B SMayes ci this place The e1decoraiede1 ie tiLg for the bridal scene The- brkIAljar entered the parKr at 8 oclock and approached the improvised ahar whe5e Rev Clarence Crawford itia veiy graceful ceremony pronounced them liusba fid and wife The etlenematch Only a few relatives and intimate friends of the contract ingcouple wEre present to wit ne Stiie cerppony and after a few minutes of congratulations from these the biidal party left fOI the home of the grocms parents near Lebanon whet e they were given a reception They will be tn housekeeping immediately at the farm resi dence nfthe groom in Mrtrion county The bride was the re cipienttof matiai1d costly presents from her friends and rela nres as tesT monials of the esteem ynwlj ch she is held Among the relatives and friend irom a distance who at Mrlandtoiyl Mr and Mrs N L CTviy Harrodsburg Dr and Mrs TV Bo onaustonvHleJMf tl yC Bofrqnj Louisyille Mr and Mrs James ivtahon Louisville Hand Mrs JR Gilkeson Mr and rlrsJ H Browne Mr aad Mrs John G rw ford Misses Mayme and Jennie McElrov Irvine and Pr cto McElroy of Lebanon 4 Notice to Bondholders Notice is hereby given that tui npike bonds Nos 33 4122 7 d1fby Washington couniyi Ky are called roc redemption The same will be paid by the undersigned at bis office in Springfic ldv Ky on the 5th day of December 1903V a t which time interest will cease Thu Noy 25 1903 R0BERrN0E County Treasurer Notice is hdrebgiVe that Funding Bonds 0 0 Nos 15 2 13 50 and 26 of 500 each issued by Washington county Ky are called for redemption The sam will be paid by the undersigned at his office in Sprin- gflIllcy on Dr comber 5 1903 it wine lime interest willcase This Nov i5 1903 v ROBERT NqE oUntv Treasurer Strayed Or Stolen A red bav m re uhIUt 8 y ars ilU i5liflshigli 2Iin frontrMnd siuriii fot ehiead no- suddIeguis on ly a plsi n iTrnes- sjuif lift o r pine thfv Woks 0 iiu was uttotd as far 1P4Utfe4 Any tfUJmLtIuI M1tt uii vt iy much dinireciied iAid ix enSo patd HOUTCHISE3ROS ChnpU y I s f Noc vlir pTMHfs hatrfflg cam a ttinst the esfcute of John W duQs dec5Udsed will present ume properly proven tb me on Wr before January 1st 1904 at the law jQffice of W F Neiinrk ini Sprinitielcl Ky HARDIN NELSON Admr of JW Hayes oleys K1Gy ciowkes kldcsys and bladder eigfctp Anything i IIn Your Eye people who come to 51Or Eye examination imagine that IhErE is some foreign snb j stance in their es W can sometimes hardly convince j them that these gritty sandy scratching irritating condi lions are sympromsrfnd effects dueto refractive errors which may be corrected by the use of proper Glasses j Let Us Take Ths Grit Out C1IF RUSSELL I Maini St Springfield Ky IPEIR8CNAL Miss Florence EdelQn enteir tamed a few at euchre last Fi iday MissesMag and Mayjla Clemi ents entertained at euchre qtl weeki 4 Mr JhnMay of Bardstown visited Mr and Mrs Ray Wake fieldyesterda Mrs Averitt of Lebanon wasJ i gaoJtat the John W jLewT h me the first of the week M L H Thurman and family Il ave this week for Henderson ville N C td spend several w eks Mha Louise McElroy has gone to Danville to visit her sister Fannie who is attending school aL that place r Miss Hallie Croake basre turned to her home atrCroakes tIRun0 i tI Flinch party Tuesday evening at which her guests were de lightfully eniertamed Miss Edith Price enrertained some of her young friends in a berhThe man friends of Mr W F Grigsbywill be glad to learn that he is able to be out again aft r a severe illness of typhoid fever j Miss Jennie Cia brpoke and brothers Messrs W D and J S left yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with the Misses Cleave and in Je amine county Dr M W Hyatt and wife who have purchased the handsome residence of A H McChord havfi moved in to take possession of their aIpopular and able physician and will continue i he practice of his profession wi headquarters io Springfield Dr and Mrs Hyatt will be welcome additions to Springfields social circles Mr and Mrs HC Nelson have moved from town to their farm residence und Mr Dudley Wells and family have moved into the cottage v catedby them Mrs Nelson exuects to leave in a short time for some Southern point where she will spend the winter for the benetit of her health On acccunt of the breaking cm of scarlet fever at the Wes tern College at Oxford pi Miss Alice McElroy has returned home The disease became quite prevalent before she left one young lady Having died and thus causing a panic and the depar MissAJiceI sudies as the trouble is about over Taxpayers Take oticc- The penalty will ba added on fall taxes due the town of Spring field and u paid b December Is 1903 Delinquents will ave money ISy seitlirg before that time CL PRICE Collector Commissionersi Sale J NBowLcso iij EquityJltbelBy virtu of a Judgment and order of uale ut tbf Washington circuit court r ud red at the October term tlier of iao3 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for s at the CourtiHouse door in Sprnyfleld Ky MONDAY DECEMBER 28 HCSI ac or about 2 oclock pm being county court day to u higho- sti4dorat poo ic auction up n a credit rf 0 and 12 months the following described prop rty toWlt towntand bounded an follows Fronting ou Main thence with J A Clarks line running north thence with same lIne runnng west RoChester avenue thence with said avenue to Main street the beginning andI For the purchase price the chaser or purchasers with approved security Or sureties must execute bond beating legal interest from date of tale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders Will be require4tQ ffQj pwyrnmptly with 41oIf T1 Tw- iiotttt W I ThiC1oakafldd Suit ilGuseg H We invite you to fi H call and see OUlWf ilagei and Gapes We E fc ShOWS the coivrecti styles Prices the fj I1 IQWest c I ILADIES SpITS I I s in the loiik Goat ji Style is good In atassorted Mterials hce ic iiij50 to Jasmt e A va- I riety of styles No trouble to show t CIaksLe i = t t 1 m II mO HH HORD IEJNTJsc1OFFICERruxAT Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY Commissioners Sale Henry H Hlckeraon o Puffs fs Equity Lillie Tumey c dfts By virtue of a judgment and order of saie of the Washington circuit court rendered at the October term thereof iJJ3 in the Above cause I shall pi oceed to offer for ealeatthe Courv House door in Springtteld Ky ON MONDAY DEC 28 13 at 2 oclock pm or thereabai be log county ourt day to th hi est bidder air public auction upon acjpdit of 6 and 12 months the following described property towit Beginning at A a point in middle of the creek opposite the road as it runs down the hill thence up said creek48J poles to 8 a point in mid die of said creek thence with the original line S37J W34 poles to O a stone in Blackabys line th nce N 65 W 2f poles to Dconnerof bald plank fence also a corner to lot No2 thence with homestead line N 321W 71 poleXto C a small locust corner to same thence down the old road N 4U E 20 13 poles to B thence N 60 E 35 poles tp he beginning containing 131 acrep Tract No 2 bVing ihe same allotted and conveyed In amt manner in said action and is bounded as Idiows Be ginning at E a itbne n Backabys line and corner to No 1 thence with Blackaby S 37j W 43 les to 9an original corner thence with said Line N 88 W 52 poles to F a stone in the old road near Clsrks gatenow cor to the homestead thence wIU1ine3f same N 39 E 04 poles to D cndof the plank fence and cor tb NOJl thnce with line of same S 65 E 421 poleS to the beginning containing 13 J acres For the purchase price the ptit chases purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M G LEACHMAN if Cwe C Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Hay dons drug store They are easier to take acd more pleasant in effect tnan pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25c pei box Under a New Title The Washington Post credits a white halrcfl mntrnri bf thafcity with a clev cr musical joke She was listening in company with n young man from the state deportment tb the music of a pianist r The selections were nil new to the young man till the Wedding March ot Mendelssohn began Thats fntulllnr zulu he lllm not strong on music but I know Ive hoard that before Whnt Is H The matrons eyes twinkled with mischief That said she is the Maidens Iriytr Tao Clorlltront Then Iacoi lusvp pvldrico to show that In Gut ubroon ntKturnnl jfllsht the Eumpran bird known ns the uorth Atjrlcn l Atj gtnrta nfr Knnsot rrlvlnir at Its far noclberfi suinnier haunts bUfpre dawTn on the nest uionlIln ir Ilir All Powerful flat Now niv diTir snid thu indulgent husband liw uianhgvd to save up enough monty to justify iia In building a now howl Utit first am going to t1vc youtt a lioiv between that and the new fall hot you so much desire Well said the brautlfnl wife you know I cwt wer Ihtf bouse on my head Milliners Tmdp Kfcview WomaB They put the intcrrojralon to Thomas Do Qnlncey Why are there more women than men In the world ana be answered them 4It is in conformity with the arrangement of nature We otjJa i CREDIT DUE TO SOMEBODY Where oU We Get the Klffbt te Borrow In MatbeniatlcaT Where dd we get the right to borrow in majtbematlcsV asked a man who lakes ah interest in curious things We always pay backa thing we sometimes fail to do in other relation ships In llfchbnt where dill we get the right to borrow in the first Instance Takea slujple Illustratfoh in subtrac tion The teacher will tell the pniill to subtraet 4i 22 frOrn64t We pUt tbe problem down after this fashion fCL1 t J zo Here we have the problem and the result We know that we cannot say two from one So we borrow one and say two from eJevenatid we get the reuIt nIne We pay back promptly fdr instead otsajlng two froin two leaves nothing we say threp from twelve lea+ea nine nnt1t au thorlty do we say this When duPs discover that this method wduld glvje us correct mathematical results Thats what I would like to knQW Here we have one of the problems which the doctrine of evolution may deal with I suppose some old fellow In the long ago found that it was necessary to tie vise a mqtUod of inectiug this mhth cmntlcnl bmcrgen y so he hit upon the Idea of borrowing from one row of figures arid paying back to Ihe next and so mitt and conquered very seri ous dllHcuIty The Idea ofiginafed with some one and to that some one wi Owe souicthin v Mathematics would be a mrs nn1 lq science wlthqut this con ict plan Just as other things would bp useloflsi but for the inventions of Wen wljphavegorte before There is the tuiu for Instance which stands for nothug the naught that roundl symbol It has a history We know bow they CaI u1nteJbetore It ctf me Into existence But I will not tell you abou it now I was speakiujj tibout the bats rowing hnbit hi mathematics and that is enough to think oBout at one time Jo you know low and When It origi New Orleans TlmesDemocrat ntetli KgYs OF THE BASTILLE Tke Hlntorfc Relic of Old Part 09 ed bTna lBerlealt Tbe keys which locked the greatt gates of the Bastille nt the time of Its taU havd been in America for a num ber of years For nearly a century they retrained In the possession Of the family 44t the Frenchmiin who took them fnjin the famous prison though theybaVe recently come into the P05s session fit an Englishman living Iii Quebec When he mob stormed the prison on July 14 17S9 a Parisian Carrier Lechastel is said to have been the first to rush over the drawbridge as it tOll Itvas he at any rate who over took a feeing Jailer and toolc the keys from liuti The mob immediately stuck the key on the end of n spike dad an inimense throng paraded with them through the streets They wore con sidcred jone of the most yaluable tro pities lithe revolution LechuStcl kept the keys and they remnincl in his family until 1850 when a descendant of the family emigrated jo America taking them with him Eventually the keys were sold rio John Uarnllton btSt Louis exol ikpt tii em for twentyflve years alibi till them from time to time when theyt svtre sold to n Canadian One of the keys was obtained in Fnuico by General Iji ayette and was present d by blmfo George Washing tpn a y ar or two before his death It hangs n the mansion at Mount Vernon anil bafe beenseen by thousands of XhItora there The Keys at present are very old npd rusty The largest of hiern is twelve inches long and Js quite heavy The Smallest Is of fine workmnnsblp the socket being shaped Ike the ace of clubs n id IS supposed to have bell lIgt edto tue treasure rooms This and an other key measure six inches Jii length while the other two nJ e abopt ten Inches and much Ijearlcr Washington Times Iteafly AUce An excellent plaster of paris cas may I e seen In one of the tgtptla1 gallon S ot the British museum of tuj fdiuou sycamore statuette known as the ShcikhelBled or Vlllnge Shcikli Thfc original dqtcs from 3900 In C ind Is still In perfect condition ctImenoI bulidlis the pyramids close to Sakka Tao bereJt WM 1ecoyersdLQild0n News yensMalaria and Ague Cure 1he oldest safesi StJOIJIt MaO lana mcdic n Not4eIsatofake A spliidid tonic for all Hyl- in malarial districts p i iNow Q Seasollablo Gqoj IiicU ninghafflU tn A great variety of Dresa 1 Goods Ill black and fancy Zibelines Blapk and Colored i t Cheviots pMixed Suitinglp Slack ajad Colored Broad- Cloths m- j all colors ofPrieots- Newet o t Thugs 111 Waist WomensMiss S and tc drens Cloaks Ladies rlgreattrimmings nd DressbuttJ Our stock of UnderwS N Furnishings are more piete than ever beforei iii it t SHOESts We are better equipped 4tf footwear r than any previous season We sell l t g the following celebrated jnytggj KrippendoifDittman Co Ladies fine Shoes This firm sets the styles all ft 1 others follow L V Sr pS In Mens Fiiie Shoes we handle 2 g M nuBs MfgCoand MjA aokdrf C sWe guarantee vPaekards Pat v Kid and pat Colt None are better L+ c cnone more stylish We ar soiej jigents for Ujce ilutcbsWafer I jj ts 6 Shoes t arTwa aij teg tQ tuin tnter L ft1 4 4J ft CLOTHING 9 J t 7tt arshowingthisseasonthefamousySchloss J t Celebrated VVellworth5 for Men and PrfectionJfor Boys If you areirvvgj 4 need of Suitor Ove coairw caat jJwi1l save you money J ylijuirJ tYurs VerRespetful1y at I j I GttAfllnim 1 DiincatK 4 t S4s4t j t- f JOHN 5 MoELROY GENERAL iNSURANCi Att 7 Lifef Rre an d TordpflrH i4ai4 f OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK j1 tai M i r SF rl vJ rfV t D ring mrab ncefrom rffficeWT F frrjwfer if lor George Neikirk wi1lattenci4oanyO forme L IN iMtihc iriMmrt IuAsuur7t FOR CHILDREN teetheI stopsIX3CIswayII 10 Lh J 1 r aLl0II J 1 = jI J I 11KWJFLOYDS MI 1 tor 3de by G J kit ydo Pharmicst I t iotYtL iP3lQUE5 N iD 114JluowsYZUOallYO WED rw J i4un4iiini t A Q E2t by F A Ober1 CXII M M at i wrtte My Mother YVVro to have with us a love will take the t WN tttleut of yfcu Now dont i u t r a very good reason for mv r a aatiag a reason of j Anita had listened to my soft I tltli wade them u formal dee t IM tbei with onq of those sud fcteiRlHe revulsions cast me oCf iklM a HUM treated me so l i ji i hve kwked upon him forever V altarward with sovereign conten L N r Aatta I irtajply said What can It from one of hr pxr t wtr r there was one woman t J iqrfcitot I m4c my moth r ftv iwivte ber that I Would certainly W urt for but J H NtixL ttot the lovely girl be dls i M d wltk t Tt year the cold caino on early j At may rat t during the week preceding J1iIat snowstonu n 1rILL is tyr cold worthy of midwinter ba4 concluded to take my horse and for sleighiiig nod to drip tbere aiysclf When JI started the i quite uilkj and I feared fertke welting of the snow Hut slid dealy tbe wind veered Jntg the north NMl tint mercury fell to a point cons Jd craMy below zctth passed through a I was very glad to do so IssIr warm up t uiy is u Ittly waiting for a convi yatnito owj Cw ywr take her In jour cutter4t I pretested that Any wojuau nook fretw to death In supb exposure h AM faireated every cxctise for r tus frt atet my auat told me that the lad ilMrted awa as badly as lb ted womei t aa4 we4M iiot on any account tall iyrtHtu ea the way not oven about ike weather I consented west out to arrange the robe I k aiRY to my aunt brought 0- tH7 whom she Introduced to m M Mrs Bndlong She was so well pro iertid against the cold that I could atltaer see her figure nor her nee I a4e He or two remarks to wblcl He gave replies excus lac kerself from talking On account or- a w ad a husky voice The truth Is 1 kail a terrible cold myself and should a keen by a warm lire instead of faeteff a kIt which had In It the frost We seon struck a drift deep thai I was eWiged to get out and lead ibi aerse ever It We came to several o tkese drifts and so great was my eici ties that after passing each of them II WM la a profuse Then vevld get back Into the slelglr and sit wIth tbe cold wind driving right ikrovffk me Finally there swept over me from JtMHl to foot a sudden terrible wrench lBckii ii Wkat Is IU asked Mrs Budlonp be pneumonia t word she thrust me down- fate tJWt bottom of the sleigh and ti fe4 re wader the robes was too to t praiest tboegli 1 realized that the wo 1Rwas left to the mercy of the wind- iWltk her feet on my prostrate body awtonaaa in Chicago ran his car to tbe approach of an open bridge but stoMMd it with the fender actualXr over Mlibl the gulf below He wouldnt tmat to rcfMAt the because Once IB a iiWk aoe oue wile travel d t tbe ery ere ftile lieof- 8tach dis MS stops just ill time to save r bMlMaltb But t cjoritytKe inritcr1TnT- y FzriRIcr ICopyrlght 7Tbus C ITcSr1bo Thanksgiving esbmJl F lngwcbntIa mjexcejtloa Thanksgiving shabbily PXETjaosiA- foltoWed catterjJdotiie weaUicrNras wVitvttaiaWaiyjitmt Te13ea43zijccto Jeaat1d njShUsTtlicrc reluctantly JaM aaoBosyliablc ffkepete persplratiqu aBxIeI7SiriwilltWUltotda JUST IN TIME 4A experiment againt ilOacrOM IWI symptoms of lodigistion grow to SISS thee4IIMirof4 laJjjssliujt awl other forins of stotn jerSj cwwd by the use of Dr Pierces 0tIieai Mdk1 Discovery It strength 4 1rWebody by enabling the per dsit aDd ueuni1aion of food c Mi POUPHT win be paid by the M ury1Medical Association ql N Y if they cannot b tIM origiMl signature of tbe indj JiIIr YOlaateeriBC tlie te tlmonial below r rn 20 the writers of every testi oi t tile UtoKuads which they pr9vinlftf btyeartMMl iiltiii tott mtSMc for female- fhM IN atomclc trouble but r U1 WJtetal wrote yeu foradrice meW4Pvorke Ptedp Ssikb she Petldz Dr Pierced t ell you eWm for them I Mail my erne if I bad a PSsvgt a MedicMAd4eria 5efttfrte receipt of tsap to pay upeaseofiH rMn Send 2toeemt stamps for efortraI iat1lnenngII eu f had endured yet without the protection I had had But tit ibis part of the road there wore no houses and she was obliged to press on From u pass ing wagon Mrs Budong obtained a bottle of whlskj which at intervals fdie poured down iuy throat I soon drank enough to make a rum cask reel Jlint the stuff hull yo other effect on me theIviolence of the chills After awhile whether trout Illness cold exhaustion or the effort of the whisky tell Into what wax either coma or sleep dont to thls day know which I had occa slnal realization of bumps but was not coilscIoaH of anything else Final ly I was oLllvious toeverythingc The next thing 1 Unew I was In bed fit home and uiy mother was looking nt me anxiously though the moment I opened my eyca an expression of rib lleTf came her My first thotfght was for the woman who when I was last conscious had been driving ine iMrs Budjong askedi What has ueecrms of her Shes In bed In another rooai re covcrJng from the cold and exhaustion She will eomeoat lilt rlghfV Diil sire gctuia all the way Kom IiirseItS fEvery bit of it VSIfaH a trump How fortunate that you wrote to me to stop at Aunt Ems How yunl I ever have got Jon without Mrs Budlorig I should have per ished lIt was fortunate my son and now Im going to m iko a confession tluitl didnt Intend to make till Ave were all 15nt jut table for our Thanksgiving din ncr Mrs Budlong is not Mrs Budlong but the lovely girl wrote you about She wade your aunt a visit anil I thought It would ba nice for you to elrlvc her ovpr and get acquainted be fore nwetlife her iJcre HM said tItter some 41nnl since the lovely girl has saved my life I forgive yon However I msvy bartII was treated nbomlnably and I doht want IUOK pf them I dare sy ilzisMrs HUtllong has drawn youjiuto deception Tor it Is not like you at all Mother tllItd away and gave me a Bpoonf ill of something froui a glass then telling me to keep quiet that I might be ready fhmthe dinner of to- tiorrpw she left ine The doctor called Bcoii after aud pronomiccd inetquite recovered Pyi good fortune I Ijad been savpd froju pneumonia t The next morning I spent In the II askel1IAbout that tterrible drive But mother p05Isee her at dinner IIj gave a grunt of dissatisfaction that any patienc xwfls quitcd nutd looking mother rallnsatme as sluPwent but of the oojp ell In duefume dinner was an fiounPM entered from the library I was rurprlsed to see no one in the oom Presently time door from time mil Oijonedv mud In cpnrdaglrl reat Ucuvens Who should she be ut Anitjiir No Mrs Budlong Wliat does this ineau It nipans John that when you ask dID to be your wife It suddenly oc urrtnl to uTathat I had been encourag ugyjuiiiot knowing anything of 30111 ainily anti was about to take a stpjl hat I might be sorry for Tills i Confess demoralized me Later I came vrojtAX nATEnlV sun EXCLAIMED hare matt your mothers acquaintance fell in love with her and confessed all You know the rest In another uioucnt lye were surpris ed ly my mother In oaeh others arms Woman hater slW exclaimed MoUin I 81IhIJ despise all wo well eScopt you And Anitn she added No Mrs Bndlong Hint to the Carver It U qot wis to ask your guests what portion of the bird they prefer Six or eight might choose a lOg and thus you liave made some bitter en emies for life Many people wake the mistake of carving the breast of the turkey first Always leave this until the hasp and thus get a good portion of It for your self Do nut fall to send time cook time choicest portions of tlj bird at the earliestpossible nimueut Some cook do uiif iliul wnillnx UVP or ten Iln- n forithelr Thanksgiving dlnnsr but It Is well to tar rio ciancLs tfryEccentric IlIps the uissj ercpatrU gpniris I ever metSHe certainly is a genius but I never- consdrrpd him eccentric Thats just It The average genius Is ocftntrif and his lack of eccentrIcity makes him tin more eccentric Philadelphia Ledger ANIM LWITH HANDS Tile Use mt the Pawn la Cmirerkiaf Feed te tke JfaHth Kangaroos use their hands very readily to hold food In and to put it to their1 mouths As their fore legs are short that they have to browse In a stooping position they seem pleased when able to secure n large bunch of cabbage or other vegetable provender and to hold it In their hands to eat Sometimes the young kangaroo look jag out of the pouch catches one or two of the leaves which the old one drops and the pair may be seen each nibbling at the salad held in their hands one so to speak one floor above the other In Alice In Wonder land the lizard is always making notes no slatciand then trying to rub them out again with his lingers Many lizards feet ore so like hands that It is rather surprising that they are only used for running and climbing But that Is the mdin purpose to which lizards apply them The slow deUt crate clasping and unclasping of a chameleonsl feet look like the move meatS which the hands of a sleep toIcreep down banisters The chnme leons are almost deformed hands yet they have a certain Irapecflclal resem blance to the feet of the parrots which more than other birds use the foot for ninny of the purposes of a hand when fi ig see many cf the smaller rodents II squirrels prairie dogs anSI mar mots hold their food usually In both paws Is to learn a lesson In the dex terous use of hands without thumbs Rats and mice do not as a rule clinch what they hold but merely support It In their paws the move ments being much less human than they appear Nothing more readily sug gests the momentary impression that a pretty little monkey is reniptely a mail null n brother thaiY when he stretches out his neat little palm fin gem aud thumb and with all the move ments proper to the civilized mode pf greeting insists on slinking hands But no one feels In the least Inclined to grasp the clawed digits of any of the rodents which use their paws to hold toed They are only holders not hands London Spectator SECRETS OF SUCCESS Push said time button Never be led said the pencil Take pains said the window Always keep cool said the Ice Be up to date said the calendar Do business on tick said the clock Never lose your head said the barrel Never do anything offhand said the glove Doing n driving business said time hammer Be sharp In nil yOur dealings said the kutte Trust to your stars for success saul the nightISpend much time in reflection said the mirror Make much of small things said tile microscope Strive to nidke a good Impression said the seal Find u good thing and stick to it said the glue Turn all things toY i1ldfntng said the lath Makothe most pfjour good ponts 3tffiie compass Pittsburg Dispatch All That Was LncUlnsr lie laud been away on a business trip for quite long time and had brdught his wife a handsome fan upon Iris re turn Yonro Just perfectly Ipvely Fred she said Its the daintiest and most beautiful fan I ever flaw Im glad you like It he returned with evident gratlllcation How could I help liking anything so prettyl sue asTccd and then she added with a sigh fII only wish I could carry it some time v Why cant youV he demanded No gown to go with It she answer ed promptly There ought to be a gown to n atch or at least one that frouIUnt lohk shabby beside it if She IOt the gown He kicked himself for two days and over thereafter bought fans to match what she already had New York Times- flunelmnn and Menlpjr It Is related that shortly utter Ilunci mum the well known writer on seatur rs and smugglers and poachers had jlttcrly fallen out with W B Henley he laydyjng in I indon To Henley In Edinburgh lame ill came nil direct message that Runciman believed that If Henley could come and look Pi him ho would get well It wits a dy ing mans whimsy but Henley took the train from Edinburgh and arrived In London to find his friend dead A Modern Instance itIncence said the pedantic personSIt was customary to have a skeleton at the feast We follow that custom at our house answered Mr Meekton Wo have a turkey one meal and the skele ton for the next four Exchange Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Cpuld Not Lie On Left Side brMiesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me lifts II R Jobe fo mcrly of liirmjnghhi Ala writes from Eldrcdge the same iuiras followsIsIt is with the greatest pleasure that I rec IleatCuresufferer how much good they have done me LaCrippecondition I could not lie down for the smothering spells that would almost over come me and feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could lie on my left side for a long time I bonlesIrifhtFormedotis pro tr1tion I had trieds3 m ny rem gtttmJnerves of my heart were so affected TheI Sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was 6n the ad Tice of a lady friend tht I tried jour Restor ratfewone of Heart Cure made me feel uka new person Mr heart is all tight and my nerv ousness Is all gone I nevet fail to recommend it to others afflicted as I wasn bottleOil Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrcs PrWCJltJedica1 Co EI hartlJd Drao na Pains 2825 Xeeiey st- CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 lufrered1liUt falling aad coa gtttioa of the womb with severe talus through Ute groins I suffered terribly at the time of visa struation hail blinding hetdacn and rushing of blood to the brain What to try knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and noon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman GAMrs Bush u now in perfect health because she took Win f Cardui for menrtrual disorders herring down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any iiufferer may secure health by taking Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she ii on the road to health For advice in cases requiring peciai directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga T- eaWlNEfCARDU WALL STREET BROKERS Wfeatthe Ppblle Pay te Keep Them IB Business Wall street brokers hold themselves a million mills higher in caste than bookmakers And they are right They mire time creme deJu cremeioli finance Bookies are time scum Yit there are many bookmakers In the street tnnll not zfew of them art backers of brokers Some mire big op orators supporting brokers by their commissions There are 1100 mem bent of time Stock Exchange and these represent brokerage and commission firms whosn partnerships aggregate no less than ljl32 ablebodled men It is safe to venture the uKsirtlon that ouch member of time exchange and his part ners would turn up the nose1 at an come of less than ou year- Hinee At 20000 each year these urokcrs clean up net about 20000000 There are some Stock Exchange linns which pay 000000 annually for the rent of their offices These firms em ploy 7000 clerks and assistants boolc- averageI000 Thus we have In three items alone 42500000 that must conic out of the greatjthe public pays the sum of 42500000 annually for the privilege of support ing In splendid style 8452 people in order that they may try their hands at telling which way a stock will go New York Press Origin of the Letter V TheletterV may be regarded as the mutllaW remains oP one of tho sym bois ted by the ancient Egyptians In their vhieroglyplilcs or picture writing A conimon animal in their country was time two horned sand yiper a represen tation of which stood for VV The priests Ultimately found that for tbe practical purposes of everyday life it was a waste of time to use elaborate hieroglyphics and invented a kind of shorthand fo meet tbe occasion In this the snaky was reduced to a V with a dash V to represent horns and Phoenicians adopted this letter- and from them we get ourV by loss of time dash leaving only time two little horns of time originali picture This snake Is still common In Egypt and Is probably the our mentioned Ui Genesis xlix 17 Dan shall be a serpent by the way an adder In the path that bltctb time horse heels so that his rider shall fall backward Travelers tell us that It is still addicted to this unpleasant habit BrsiHtle of Ireland Dublin can and does boast of many superlatives It has the widest street and time largest public park In EUrope the firstt horse show in the world ahd the largest brewery but certainly time chlcfest of nil its claims is that advanced In behalf of Its women It is really no exaggeration to say that in no city In Jhe world will one ace so ninny beautiful women as one does In the Irish capital There Is something too about tlip Irish type of beauty that cannot be ac tually described There is an expres sion an air of something akin to sad ness almost In every real Irish facer something interesting that holds the attention more than mere skin deep beauty I have been In most capitals of Europe Rays n traveler in Ireland but never did I see so many really beautiful women as I saw In Dublin And tbtftr not visitors There was no mistaking the wonderful gray eye of Dark Resume Precocloaa Mozart At three years of age Mpjfart would InIplcklhis AVonderfuI oar at tout years he learned minuets anti before six played Borne of bis own nturtlng on u compodtlonsoctunJiyI ter at that age IBefore three years had elapsed he had taken by storm four of time most important capitals In Europe Vienna The Hague Paris and London Ills reputation as a composer was estab lished by time Unit that he was only ten years old Mozart fulfilled In niaturity the promise of his early years but at time age of thlrtyflve passed away en gaged ou a requiem which he gradu ally leanled was to be for himself Time Boaton Walter A Philadelphia professor dining at a Boston hotel ordered a bottle of bock saying as be did so Here waiter bring me a bottle of hock hlc haec hoc The waiter whp had been to college gmlled but never stirred IWhnt are you standing there fori exclaimed the professor Didnt t bockI the waiter you ordered it but you afterward declined It CblcagovJournal r A Than l1ieitl l S1eigJi Ricie 2Jy WIIJL4M WALTERS by isojOTtlie Is a an Important shipping port the logwood district of Yucatan th it part of Mexico which Is nearest to the Island of Culm that Is It is quite Iiu peOJICtotwo letters of Tsllaiu the T and s ae replaced by an inverted G which h is time same power In pronunciation Time United States consul 4n Meridia the capital of Yucatan promised mo that if I would lie over another steaihv er instead of proceeding directly To Yera Cruz and the City of Mexico lie would Celebrate Thanksgiving day which fell due In the Interval In afltt ting and appropriate manner lie won id hot tell me exactly how he intended do It but I knew him wen enough o feel assured of something novel i store and so postponed the trip to Ye a CrnZ and placed myself unreserved y in his hands Shows youve got sonso said e approvingly to trust me for t1w tb o being row as a great and just rj wartl Im going to give you the time of your life Ive arranged for a grand r no which is time vernacular for a Wild turkey bunt ned tile native na4u pasodelbhrthUDIts meat has a liner flavor and Jis plumage is glorious every feather b Ing tipped with a great golden like the peacocks which fact has caused the naturalists to name It the Meleagris oeellatus But enough of turkey You can hunt that up forterlUlnoJ01 the books on time subject going to do wind and weather permitting i3 tQ show you the bird and givle you a taste of Its flesh on time day sOt apart for the eating of turkey int states And my olllclal word for there will not probably be another cit zen of los Estados Unidos del Nor asthe Mexicans call time United State except perhaps myself who will cele brate the day by devouring the Suceq lent flesh of a pato del monte Yucatan Is a hot country anti wheii possible all long journeys ate mad6 b0 tween sunset and sunrise so we start ed on the turkey hunt at uihluight climbing into our yolan coche just n the last stroke of 12 sounded from tbfc clock tower of time old cathedral VQuien vive l yelled the sentinel on duty at the city gate as we dnshcHJ through time arched portal and aped to time country district AmigOs friends we should but by thIs time we were half a away and our mules were gunshotI such speed that if the sentinel en a shot at us he couldnt have lilt our flying cochc But perhaps the reader has never seeni much less hud a ride In tho volan cpclie or flying coach of Yucatan Know then that It Is a two n ItBITOLAN COCHE wheeled vehicle without springs and without scats but in their stead a mattress upon which the passengers stretch out and are supposed to snooze Jft tho three mutes In harness speed over the roads The roads nre about the roughest In the world but the driver doesnt mind a little thing like that Ills orders ute to maktf time and so he stands out on the shafts and plles the whip regardless shouting at the top of his voice Moola moola moo moo uioo moolab Amid away we go like the wind on a spree In this manner we graveled all that night and the next morning halting only to change time mules every four hours of so lying up from noon till oclock in the evening when away again alternately sleeping en tlngi flrlnklqff sujoHlng all the time ont Wheels find at daylight time second morning we finally stopped forgoodf With n general assortment of wheels In our heads If there was a spot on my body not sore or bruised black and blue I do not romembei having found it and my legs were jjtlff from dls 1 t For Sale On Saturday Noveuiocr 28at 2 p rr vewill offer for sale nt public auction our war house in Springfield Also at same ime we win offer one pqir large phl form scales awteat fan and a set of Kaufman buggy wheels MCCHORD ROBERTSON i Lost Pwo black sows one hpmp backed wth long tail and under lit in one or both ears One large and fat with heavy ears and no mark Any infor mation thankfully received and finder liberally revvarJed Write or telephone Buoww F3ROS j EJflMIIS1 c a Etherington rfijllljiai use that aPfirst getting on them I could Imrdly stand edIone story stone and ns everybody secfned to be asleep our muleteer began at one end ot the street and pounded on every door then rcpiated the performance back again until llnaliy somebody poked his head out ofu hole in time wail and told us to go to el diabio An old woman showed herself at lust and then a younger one and both set to worjc mOst Industriously grinding corn between two stones and cooking tortillas for lus oter hn open fire I thought Ibis might be the pud of the journey but time consul said no there yet temalned half a day l JaUnt on horseback but all the tray through turkey country so the time would pass more quickly and pleasantly than If we Were in tbe volan At lust thcJ pfd woman bro ght us a stack of tor tlllas a foot bigb and spread tutjm out oil nbanrdrotus to eat while t younger female a comely mestizoeI A TEsnrn OF FJIUITS played on tbo guitar and sang to the popular time of the fore This was our Thanksgiving breakfast tortillas and frijoles the Jotter being beans fried in fat and time former just plain everyday flapjacks We had no knives save our liuntiugknlves and pofojrks or spoons lint we rolled up thcrtufn tortillas Into scoops with which we hulled In the beaus with another tor tilla as aplate and after the beans were gone devoured both piate ansi spoon as wcIISo tlrebelgs no lfsU bs towasb tin two women saddled our horses for us when the repast was wero1tImuch grpcp IFour Maya Indiana tramped the trail throngIthebetween time cropked trees and among Immense ant hUts big as bouses Each Indian was naked to the waist wear ing nothing but a pair of pantaloons cut short at time knee and In the hollow of ida left farm carryiug a wicked look ing machete When wellI Into the for est they spread out like a great fun rangiiig for turkeys and pot an hOur passedlhctoretbe cousul and myself each had a Shot nitd each brought lawn a plump goublcr with plumage of golden bronze BUIulng like the spit When nt tlast we reached tho palm tUatehetl hut on the coast where we word to pass tho night each of us tall three tfini turkeys at Ills saddlebow 31Ylndo31 ucath the logwoods Time cutup was reachcd late In the afternoon nut our four Indians went to work with such energy that by sunset they had 0ur smokinghotthe golden iwjftrces ofi tbe cqcqa pnliua tlijre a cool breeze tcniper 1 the heat of this tropic region find banished tbo mpsqultocs 5 As tr friend hd tproralaod our Thanksgiving dinner comprised tho golden turkeys two of them adorning our table their heads neatly tucked beneath their wings and which stuff ed with bread huts and acajou were more delcious to the taste than tongue caii toll Then wiv batlveiiisoul wHb guava Jelly falsan or native quail tvo kinds of flim peculiar to the on- nstPainesCeleri Cql11Porid andtNMake lafei Miserable Sickand nervous headaches are amonjTit the worst ills lit life The man or woman who Is subject to headache at irregular intervals goes through life ltlC1rinJtn load of misery and wretchedness that tl terrible ttd think of Headaches as a rule result from a dis spErmMentalsJeepbottiJyfalcauses yli n the brain becomes tired and cak1cncl1t digestionderanged isI cure and pre rent headache the nervous sys tern must I e strengthened and vitalized The most per astent cases of headache nervous feebleness aiid sleeplessness are pemmanently cured by Fa ncs Celery Compound it is the great rccons ructant of the nervous system Mrs Henry Wcstrick St Qairr Mich telk of her ideas from suffering as follows II I bftve eca troubled with drpepsia and sack hcadach for a number of years About cry week J would have a bad fpell ofl tick headache bi t sinrc I began1 using Patefcs Celery Comp uad1 ply dyspesia is gone and I do not hate any more headaches I better than I have for years IcdI N Nee iJ Sei1g tile lawls wkk DIAMOND DYES Diamond Dyes are easy onj cleanly to Usda for honjq economy never dUappolnt Direction book wjij 44 dyed sample free t AgeIabePnparaiionfoeAssIaung 1at sIaungpmsbon iKI nesMK13tCoMaNO rL NOTIAKCOTIC = rJMa IMJI SJit SwaA j 4SrfmJttwt I Aperfect Remedy forCOM MM II lion Sour StOMchDukakMM CofTvuicioM Jcverislv IVonMI Loss OtSUCKP I FCsiMsg we I I ET YORK I EX CT COPY OF WRAPFpl OAUTtON This isnot a itentle wordbut when you thiuk how Jiablt voi are not io purchase the oBI remedy universallykncwal McT remedy that has bad the largMi ale of any medjcinfe in the world since 1868 for the cart amJ tr atmelt of Cons wip ioant Throat and Lung trouble fith losing Us great popularity all tout years you will bt tKaek we called your attention to Boschpea German 8jr prjljbirt are so naauy orjdi arr cough remedies made byfUrugjifiste Vtid others that are cheap aad good or light colds peihap44biaV for severe Coughs Brpechitis Croupjand espepiallj lor Con sumption where thertis dificult expectoration and cpigbiag during the nights and mornings here is nothing like German Svrup The 25 cant sizebu just been introdueed this joar Kcgular zei5 centt tall Ordggists C J Havdoa 11 xucntan Bucn truits as the mango jronge pineapple antI vegetables like tile yaitf edpoonndseet potato For drink we had amolli grsfel made by mixing maize meal In water pulque lcJiiInnds3ftdlOmestlblesIndians In hampers on their backs all except time sam Which they were In stpumental In securing by actlag as guides to the hanats of the pave del mOnte As we ate and drunk we heart ily agreed that Thanksgiving day In TsUam was lIndeed a day MI wkkk to tblf thankful OLD TIME SURGEONS They Had ta WerXap4dlyfrsA- Rsthetles Were Used Before omesthetlcs were kaowl the aurgeoils only wspcdleut wate abridge patients sufferings by workiMC In this the old tlaae awgeoBjlUS wonders They had a control awl a ty Inthelr bonds that are sew eJ domound Our duty the celebrated surgeon MaisPnueurc had to amputate the leg of a poor devil who began to howl in advancer Ill give yea ray1 watch said the surgetssIf tfee oper titian lasts more than a vafaute The man accepted tltP offer but waa ebliged to forego the bond watch as the operation took leas tliae tkaa It fta quires to describe T To amputate an ana at the sb al4er isa most dIfficult openittoa Dr Lime gen lCk of Genuany dl4it la two mlH utes A young physlclaii who came to seo him perform tlie operatkre djate4 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