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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4j ioi s cII i iti 1tQck all kinds of Fanera t 1 PHONE 53 OUR DIREGTQRY 1H r SPRINGFIELD county seat of t7ashirigton County 52 miles south J trr t of l cxinpion 59 miles from t ir jbuisYUJe Ort toardstowu branch pi iFCcplsY1i atld Nashville railroad in farming and agricultural district Two Baulks telegraph and telephone v Une1 exprcss oflict flour milslunlber yards Potation llO population of county 15000 Representative In Congress Hon D i fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Ii Representative inKeutuckyLsgis latuieHon G A Dohpney Representative in State Senate Hon Rv E Purycar CampbeHsville KY l i County Directory i CIRCUIT COURT I Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mondavin FebraayMay and Octo t p bQr i4I C E PattesnJudge f W jLSeeuey Commonwealth At i r t vr SJKBev- M4 + M Campbell Clerk tj fiiisA Medley MaSter Commiss ti 1 ter Ij QUART LYCOURT Quarterly Court is held dh the third irfonday ineacii mOuth M3f B L Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT i County Cv trt meets on the fourth k Ni Ajonday ifc tch mouth 13LLitscyJudge V F3ooker CountyClerk TS aye Cpunty Attorney Georte Catlett JaUen Byron Croak Sheriff 4 rtRic1izdIshaml Sidney JhB OSbomet Depultp Edp JamesF Moore County Surveyor 3 I Royalty Asses9r 4 T JjOIJryan Deputy t Robert Noe Treasurer IJMC Montgo ie ry Coroner i J WL Bntbi Supt ot Common Scbbol8P 0 sprIngfield J j JP a CITYCOUR1- t Jaules R oe Police Iudgc I Licrnii r KWD ClaybrookeT City Attorney v zktt JUSTICECOURT- r Justice Courtsare held in January T t A prit JulyandOttc3er H 3 Church Directory Ii 1A t BAPTIST CHURCH I LJ Rev S J Cahnou Pastor Ser Aice7i cvetYt y atll am and 730 j pmV SuTnday School at 830 Prayer fleeting on Wednesday night at 730 ir KtETHODIST CHURCH i J v D Wara Pastor se vice R7itandhird Suudavs iIn each ouWitll a m and 730 p m Sun 4 ytScubojL Very Sunday at 10 amy prajrerX meeting every Wednesday V Anight yd A THOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Jlennessay Pastor Ser viccsevjery Sunday atf and 10 oclock iLmT Services atgt Rose same hours 1 K ri CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevF Jix PastOr Service Sunday ip each coatandfoudh itEswTEaIAN tiiURcK v7CfOt Strickland pastor rc c BCrry Suniay at 11 am mad at 7 p Sunday scbool every Sandy at ioann Prayer meeting every Tbui day eveninE at 7 oclock b = JFraternal Qrdeas 4 XI cC Lu cEritfii lodge tt 5 meets second Mo day In each e qntk r 4 WahIutou R 0 Chapter Nr 57 f t 4jt jsaa every third Monday k4 Springfield Council oS2meets cii tv rrjQHrth Monday XNiGHTs4o TuElMACAaKKS Meets tl J u 1UOI unncbutp- t pi AMERICAN ssSS I 1IIBILVERI h TRUss1 iL I I 1C I J I1GzcOor- aIy w J V necI InttpII v J L f i ims Fottp C lavdcn A tY ii 1y 1tllrfI OUND r ft is Time to Quiit 1 It is time to quit the grumbling v ITlmetb take a hopeful view r TIme todropthe foolish notion That the world ia all askew There are Jots of bjessinfra yet That theworld is booked joffet And the good Lord in his me cY saving some of them for Jolt sf It is time to quit the sighing Time to lookup with a smileV For the gfpod Old worlds r In the same old steady vqlvingJJ Wicked people day by day Close their eyes and pass a way And there wont be any left here tout tberightepuj after while It is time to quit believing That theres Jiothing lleft to do For the one whod be achieving fDonttff And tomorrow may be bringing just the needed chance for jbui j It is time to quitthfrtjjrieving For the good old happy days It is timtO quit believing Men are sunk in sinful ways S1llthemornung may be bright Still sweet dreams may come at night Fate has favors for the cheerful 1jl b tour grumbling never pays iS E Kiaer in the December Worn ans Home Companion i1ROP MOVING rThe year VA tobacco crop oi thp county has begun to wove and the rumble of the heavy Jaden wagon is once more a familiar sound as the farmers from l1iI tobaccodistricts bring into town the product df their seasons toil Tfcte Continental Tobacco Co has opened iits rehandling house at this place and is prepared to take care pf the various crops which have been bargained for Thnre are also other buyers besides the Trust in the It cvl field and the tobacco breaks at Louisville will come infor a share of the crop of Washing t n county later on whcnthe grow ars lave more time in which to t sti ip and prze The verdi i of the buyers who have taken at looJc at the tobacco since it l as1 been housed and cured iis that th crop for thii yeaiHs above the average as to the quality arid r the total o utput will not fa fin short of last year iha yield in ertain districts making up fpr the partial failure in the nbrtn en part of the county- rnarhetunin1luenced Vtih a by the com biries aud rusts the burl yj growers should realize good prices this year but heies the rub The av rage grower is h1idupand must sell and as erjy as posibleiind consequent If beiiti the mercy of the buyer Mores the pity if TO FRHNKFORT T h e QN Rifles the local military company is toenjk wy another outing and has received orders to move on to Frankfort next leek to attend the inaugural ceremonies which place iIi pffico Gay i3edkham and other new State offi iais The local soldier boys ar sliJl rathersh on- Lthingowlng tQ their aversion to and cousequent lack of driiy work The cOmpany has grown jjri nutcber of menjsince the West Point encampment but Unless apdarrather raw appearance The army life has qutteafrfascina Lion for the recruit as long its there is A trip on or an outing hi prospect but the life loses much of its charm when it comes to a queSlim of discipline and hard work such is regular dulls The officers and mien of the Me Chord Hiflea should have more pride and endeavor to be in shape to make a credHabFo show ing vhnn called out od an occa ston such as a state iaaugnratiirtn 4 f flaUNTY POLITICS Alt ouidi tlthe date for Vie eleitioMisj yet two years off there is qUIte stir umong localPJ tirjatslinth prospective candidates in rega d to thecoutity flees ThoZher iEfspffice appear to be douxing inter attentiott just now and tickets are beng madeup Ac eoiUngtqcustom in th cpunty i the candidate for lit fficO ofr Hgh Sheriff announces th B mfof hs dejiiesi btIo hu4 nd tteac IS thus eeh i put1 cQntributms mildI ngU tarda cr1ng thQ it NEWSt 1 n I ji t iJ S i4E5SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY 1 TETUOKY DECEMBER 3 19Q3 f tO yuv iW si9- UTJILKc4wwwc44 Wihh W 1 ticket through Mr Sidney Os bourne who has beendeputyQr htj end of the county for several y afcsisi we undertand to head one ticket which iis already pat tially made up l R H MujHcim who Jias doriemuch Affective workin recent Demo cratic Campaigns in the count is bejig encouraged rbi friend s to had another ticket which IS y tto be made up Ij vJewof the fact that the Presidnti fl ciiiQn intervenes between now and the bounty eteetim thjj sir morig candidates appear n bit previous butfohr locacand dates evidently believe1 la erJycumpaign J WANflj h throuLlhB ijf bereis any person who ha used i4rncn s August Flower fu the cure oModteeslion Dypep sia aud L ver Troubles that har not been cujred and WR also soufhubii ual costiveness net vbu dyspeosia headaches despon dent feehugs s1eepIesnessL- fact any trouble connected will the stomacb or liver Ph- imediiuehs been sold for man years in ill civilized countriej and we with ito correspond wfti OU andnd you ono of on- b6ottsfrea of cost If you nevei tnedvAugust Flower try a 21 ceu t bottle first We have Devel known of iits failing If so something more seribus is th matt r wrn you Tbe 25 cent has fusfeu been introduced this year Regular sizo 75 cents ut drugiss G Green t There is no organ bt the human sys tern that is the result of more illneBd that laysthe cause for more fatal dis case than the kidneys When they an hia ive the whole system becomes im jjregnatcd with poi onouB bpo wbicl undermines th very foundation of health GAYllBA should be qae d whan the slighest disorder appears Its use trill not only save time expanse i4nd worry but great suiTe fug Sold by Woou ft Oamobcll REPORT OF THE ONgITIOlj OF THE FJR3T NftTIONAL BANK At Springfield in the State of Ken tneky at thuclose of business Novem ber 17 1903 V t No 1767 RES QC=G Loans and Discounts 819410527 Oyerdrafts secured and un osecured 42708C US Bonds to secure cir culation 1 500000C- Jferchandise J 6S315C- Bankjnt house furniture and fixtures n 55000 Due from National flanks not reserve agents 10159 Due from Sthtu banks bankers wii L 2704E Due from approved reserva ed agents 1842521 Notes of other National banks 9140C Fractional peper currency nickles and cents 17883- LAWEULMOKEY RESHRVE IN BANKJ VIZ SpPcie 8650490 Legaltnder notes 600000 1250490 Redemption fund with U S Tr asurer rcr cent of qifcnlationw 25000C Total 2flOOirK9 AEtJtJEaCapital stock pad in 8 500000 Surplus fund 16500 Undivided profltslees ex penses and tiepa1d 45628 National Bank npt a out standing 0OdOJX Dueto other National banks 2421 f Duo to State Banks and Bankers 025 Individual deposits iiesubject to check l29330Pl Time certificates of deposit 3307715 Dills payable includingcer tificates of deposit for money borrowed 10DOOO Liabilities other than thoso above stated 0151 Total 2t00169 STATE OFKBXTCCKT COCKTI OF Wast INOTOX sac I A CMcElrqj Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that thf nlxvesatoment is true to the best of m liHOVrVetlge aud bolfef A O MoElroy Cashier Sabaeilbed and sworn to before tuE Ibis 27th Jay of N vembcr1903 JA Boujware N PV Oo Ity tunuovA4Wst F M CAMPBELL JOHN W LEWIS Dircc SIDNEY GUEEN for Rarqalns j lywe pace on sale 2M skirts new fall sly es at manu ftpcfjrgrs ccst riice Cloaks 0ndeivear and piece goods ladies sOes Seetbcso bargain f and save 50 per cent on yquj purC4eq1 4nflelds STRINGTOWN ON TOE PIKC tnlntere ting Letter from ttile Place Made Famous by Lloyds Story FLORENCE KY Noy 8J Mr Editor if you will permft me some space in your paper 1 will play the role of reporte r- Ifffur once and will send in som bits of nes from the far fumed to QuStririgtoA on the Pike r St irigtown on the Pike Ho many small towns there be which have cned out In ludicroui tones from the dusty roadside to the Irerary sojourntrslam Itj but biuve failed to pOduct any Here iii is to substantial tneir claims While biisie Red Head Samuel Drew Old Cup and his dog are seen on tne strets no more yet he l Old abandoned Stribgtown School- House tie GroceryBloody Hollow with its deserisd gray yard attest the verity off the claim I am Stringtown on theI Pike Scores of sightseers some cf whom come long distances visit this town to py their curiosity gazing uespects to the abov mentioned places and I might add that they generally have respect enough for Bloody Ho lowlO gaze upou it beforeI the shades of eveuiogsrreadI themselves across the String town landscade Bloody Roll w lies Northeast of and about nei half mile from Stringto n arid to t is placc of Ghosts and hobgoblins this scribe and tyis wife a Washington county lassie1 one pleasant afternoon dared veuture along the winding cow path tti rough patches of long teeth d briars over a decrepit and crazy rail fence crazy 1 suspect from see n things at night atkd theres the place A fey trees standing here and tlOr c keeping vigil over the rCl51Iombstones lying scaUered about and out yonder a Htt q ways leaning uh ar the burden ot many yearsj the lone grave stoneAsilbrtwalk to the lefi of tthis and ypus and in Hoody Hollo xll The Abandoned Sti ingtown Scihiiol House atwo story struc tu re situated ion alot Cintiguous to ihePrsb t rihn chur hluoks down upon the traveller as he enters Stringtown from ihe North As oue looks upon the weather scarred but benign counte ance of that venerable building voces call to him from out the past The present and future are lost in visions of other dotys The laughter and songs of happy school children the herculean wrestlings with the multjpiica tion table the unexpressed and sometimes expressed bad words which rankled in the bosomr when hopelessly lost in common fractions x i t the idea the practical ferule applications of the master and one time you ran pgaihst the Bad Boys fist and hurt your uose- Stringtown Grocery The gricery is almost centrally lo3tJf about one half square Irom the ppbtbffice there it stands with Its bulging windows and pamtless expression bqin eres lag nevertheless because of iits history And to this spot made scd by the memories of the longugo come pqcjple from afar to see Wine Ws e us tind we will show you things that will in terest you If you desire to have Ayers One dOse of Ayers Cherry Pectoral af bedtime prevents night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat broil chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I hats used Ayer Chcrrr reet4ri In JIIi family for eight sears There II otl tn equal to Jt rarcoulthlandcaldt eupecIUy torcD- IidxeuMu W U DaTMzubhI1b74ua 2SC50CS1JO JQATXKCOM- All I o eHMdnilJstlfor NightCoufhs- I Ksop ttte bOWSSOPefl WIIh OfMo1 xr Pile t sdt1met ons I f L 7 yOu hair chuhged to an aristo cratig white come and spend the night m Bloody Hqllow Grave y raJDont ask rotoaceora panyjyou4Im too busy His balms are folded our his breast Thergis no other thing expressed From the l1Parson of String t town Church I F1tiil1 ba Bitter i Thpser who will persisf in closing their ears against the cflnyiual recommendalion off Dr Kingss New Discoverv for Consumption will have a long trou1tbIestif Beall ofBe llMi s has to say Last fall mv wife had xery syrarjtnm of consumption tSho took Dr Kings New Discovery after everythinp elee had failed Improvement came at onoe and burl bottles WtireJi cued her Guaranteed hyC J Hayrfon Drugeist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free JtCPDcd Ailltt a Ho f stave A child ofMrs G Tc Benson when getting bis usual Saturday night bath stepped backagaiust a hot stove which burned him severely The child was in great agony and his mother cWrfd do nothing to pacify him Remember ing that she had a bottle of Chamber lains PainBamin the h use sbe thought she would try In less than half an hourafter applying it the child was quiet ajid asleep and in less han two weeks was well Mrsv Benson is a welt known resident of Kellar Va Pain Balm fscn antiseptic liniment aid especially valuable for cuts bunrfi bruises and sprains For sale by Haj dons drugstore For Sale I Ihave for salq at Poliri a dwelling nd1 store house with aboiit 20 acres of land Good mprpvements on place axC1 all under good fence It is a good location for a store Possession can be given at ChrisftBas For terms and further particulars can ohor address Dr W CROW Pvolin Ky Farpus for Sale We have a number of good farms for sale at reasonable prices All persons having rea estate for salel or desiring to purchase will find it to their advan tajo to give us a call Prompt personal attention given to all business placed in our hands Searcy Neikirk Real Estate Agents Springfield Kj Office over Robertson Bros tff Desirable Farm for Silc Having moved to towh and da tided to quitfarming lam insr for sale my farm co offerI of fifty five and s 55J acres with good improveS ments on good turnpike near post officefI1il school and church For particulars and price call on or write to J O Woford Chaplin Ky orV F Grigsby Attorney Springfield Iy Hows pis i We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cat lot be cured by Halls Oatarrhparc F J CHENEY Co Toedo1 We the unpcrsigned haveknown F J Cheney for the last 15years and be Heve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to cJrry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists toledo O Waldingv Kinnan Mar vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interf nally acting directly upon the blood and raacnos BtirfacesAof the system Testimonials sent free Pace 75c per bottle Sold by all drtiggists Halls Family Pills are the best WANTED Trustworthy lady or gen tleman to managE usiflesj in this County and adjoiuing territory for house of eolld financial standing S20 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday direct from head quarters Expense money adyancqcl oosition permanent Address Mana ger 605 ono Bdjr Chicago II t Adam and 4 e TaIlor This said the guidesis tbe gra of Adam Historic 870tl Vith reverential are nay with feeliiTs of deep thankful ness the vinl thy merchant tailor on his first trip 1QttUf orient drew near and cast a i ower 61 the tomb Err big ancs4ffr lus mur dt I should be tne last m n on earthi reylla your memory To vour sin owe my pros perity VChica 50 TrIbune edLsMiaFor His wife haa treasured lilv the let 4cx3 he wrote ber vlien he court Jpg her liifi them by her all the m iGraciousi Che ddcsn rend them orcr doS sWT- Xor but 8f threat 4o read the i to hfm wlje t4er Ue getii obitr eieros rPhua4eIt Prew I JNTRMURAiRAILWAlFor Fair Visitors p r A BOEHIO ROUTE SIX MILES LOIG UlltoJ How the Road Is Being Trestle 2r100 Feet Long Electricity urhlshfcs the Motive Jower Sev enteeri Station on the Route Visitors to the Worlds Fair next yjr may take a car on the Intramural railroad at any of the entrances or at anyone of thfe 17 stations distributed at Intervals along the route and ride EX miles malting an entire circuit of the grounds A general view of all the big exhibit palaces can be obtained from the windows and ope may ride to within easy walking distance of any important building The construction of the Intramural is being pushed rapidly toward com pletion Five of the 12 miles of track to bo laM are completed and need only the electrical equipment to be ready for operation Double tracks iwill be laml the entire length of tte road The maximum grade of the Intrar mural is 3 per cent and the maximum curvature 20 degrees except the loop curves at the terminals which have a radius of 75 feet Three hundred melt are constructing the trestles grading and laying the tracks The road is perfectly graded throughout except forI a short distance in the western part of the grounds Work is being pushed In the trestle which will carry the road down Gbv ernment Hill close to the eastern fence This trestle is the best engl neering feat on the lfne of the road It will be 2100 feet long and will be built ion piling of heavy double deck struc tares 30 feet high A truss bridge which will carry the road over the Worlds Fair terminal surface tracks is progressing rapidly This bridge Ties a length of 112 feet consistipg of two 5fcfoot spans The Intramural tracks will be used for transporting building material and exhibits during the preexposltion perIod The tracks throughout are standard gauge 4ftct 8 inches which Is the gauge of both the Intra mural and steam railway equipment The construction of the entire line will ber heavy enough to run the largest switch engine over it without danger Railroad cars will be handled in the tracks even after the wires for the Intramural road ore in place Installation of the trolley poles Is progressing as rapidlYf as the tick are laid The poles are 30 feet llone and of white pine They set sixvfeet In the ground so that the trolley win wilt be 18 feet above the top pf the rails TJho poles are planted between the idouble tracks and the wires wit be supported on brackets attached to thorn as in boulevard trolley con structlonl 4Iejuiptnenlfor the Intramural is now tiding mfide at the St Louis car shops There wilt be 17 trains each consisting df two motor cats and a trailer A fey open ears will be used but most oLhe cars vflll be closed They will be handsoniely equipped with all modern lmproyements and will be about the size ofihe street A car used inj large dUes Each car will haye tour 40 horsepower motors connected up o the multiple unit coIX tr l sslerot A 500yolt current will K used Tie toad will be operated In sections sO that the current may be turned off in one section without im pairing the operation on the rest of the road i An lInteresting sight Is the novel time and laborsaving method eoi ployed In bjallastlng the road bed with cinders Ajlarge cinder dump car used by the street railways of the city has been run dn to a fiat car on whch rails ave jieenjaid This is done by running a 4t cat close to an embankment the eXact height of the car On the embankment a spur of the street railway tnjcksris laid with a trolley wire extending a carJtllength beyond It The spjir and the rails on the fiat car make jlerfect C9nnectloh enabling the electrlci car to be installed with ease dssafety To the fiat car has been coupled a locomotive As the car ls drawn slowly overt the system the cinders are distributed along the tracks where they are afterwards hey sled It Is estimated that 10 Is saved on each carload of cinders dumped or about 260l In all It takes about 15 minutes to distribute a carload by this method where by hOld way It took tour hours It was Impossible to run tuG electric car over the Intramural tracks on account of the difference in the gauge l The Kentucky ExperimenC Station at Lexington Is to niajce an agrlcuk tural 4isPlav In Kentuckys space at the WprldsJFalr covering 400 square reeL professors German and Harp ire looking especially after these st alblts tx ThrilliBK Story A good story is told of a stuttering plebe at Ahunpolis who Vas accosted by an iippeij class man and ordered to tell him a story and to tell it quick The p ebo started in as rapidly as his excited state of mind would permit about as follows 4IlIIwns ww walking down the Toad aaa Mlittle while igo n nnn I inotmeMnet nuP per class man nriunhe wwwas dandyiff jllow nnnli he slapped me on tlu bbback an said Hello old mannnn 3 was ssso excited an happy lIM fell dead Its Pasele Five or six men were recently chat ting 14 avillbge Inn when one ottbcm said I ay I bets ye dinners all round ye Ilt4 1ell nie the answer tow i knows OfJhr Do tel they wild I bi fie cu What Itr said ratr Vliy Ia a ograal l Is funniest creature ia tW woti4- YaboutsIf J foUVf JTICLIi 9keY ztjtvs1t said UMtieUb at be- usehi tale COIJiMo of irk bed JSoati rM ft t cunf FILL 0 Firrtew At tSI Cannas Caladlumsr Dahlias ah Tu- berpset Forma lea tlful World Fair Feature Fifty thousand cannas with tlielrl gorgeous array of colors greatcala diums or elephants ears with their mammoth foliage modest dablias with their daintily colored petals and beds of tuberoses with their wax like flowejrs and Intense fragrance combine to make a floral exhibit that will corer sixteen acres Qf ground on the Worlds Fair site The plants will not be seen hi one mammoth bed or tract but will be scattered in welL modeled groups over the northern and eastern slopes of Agricultural HiJtMany thousand choice tuberose bulbs planted in beds in the sixacre Worlds Fair garden wll next spring send up thrifty blooming spikes and the fragrance of Ute blossoms almost overpowering when breathed aTone will mingle with the more delicate perfume bf the rose Commencing with the earlysummer there will be a profusJon of blossoms and fresh supplies will constantly suc ceed one another until fros corner The c caladiums dre jgrown mainly for their foliage as the blossom Is of little value A group of these almost tropical planwij1 be in the corner of the terrace 10 feet high and tuquarter of a mile lon g that skirts the1 mammoth Palace of Agriculture ontha eastern side This terrace straight as an arrow for nearly the full Jength of the giant structure makes a Beau tiful curve near the southern end and forms a bank for some of the beauti ful artificial lakes between the Agricul tune and Horticultural bulldings Tha caladlums thrive near the water and they will attain perfection That the dahlia may no longer be considered a backyard flower wJll be demonstrated by tie promlneut po sition allotted to it in the Worlds Fair garden by far the largest arid most pretentious ever seen at any Interns tlonal exposition Time was when the dahlia was small and insignificant but florists have taken it from that dens and have developed it so that it ranks with the stately crysanUu mum The petals that radiate In a singlb row from the solidly colored corolla take on all the tin9of the peOny or rowil Until recently the bulbs for all these flowers were importedand this mos ster exhibit wIlt demonstrate the pro gress in the unuustryof growing flow ering and ornamental l bulbs in thIs country NEW YORK BUILDING The site of the New York State building Is one of the best on the grounds Situated on the State plaza with the Illinois and Iowa buildings both of architectural importance for Tjgbbors and overlooking Foi- StPait hu invited special orbfrSi the architect and he has producd a design of narked simplicity and digni ty consonairwlth the traditions of the Empire state The laud falls off about 25 feet on the eaX erly end and it has been taken advanta6eo by the archi tect to place a layge IUwai4n the facade of the podium or terrace This fountain typifies the Mississippi river lathe form ofa nlver god controlling thesea The building proper will stand on a podium enriched with balustrades and vases ilt is to be colonial in design and detail and sumounted with a low dome There will a larr hall feet square running the full height arched and domed in- the Ro- nmL manner with galleries around the second story To the right is to bet large assembly hall 50x60 feet to Be used on state occasions It Is really a part of the Grand Hall Small as sejnbly rooms iwill be Included In the end of this wing To the left of the hall are to be waiting and wrltTng ooms The whole first floor will be is one room however and wltli its Colonnades and arches will present in erestlng vistas The second story will have suitable rooms for the commission the secre tary and general offices The halll and tll of the appointments are most gen rous and are to be treated In a sim ile quiet manner In act no effort iill be nifado In the way of elaborate ccoratioiia but the beauty of tic t r GUARAllTEEIirEEyERYPACKlGE Wood 6c CarrJilIteiI NwWay ft Selling Mesa the FIei ak Forming t8d rdt There are not very many thlafs in Wood 4 Campbell large stock of medicines Jthat they are wUliar to have ybu teUt of their sfcore aed- ay if it doqot give JOB satiafac los you needotpzy for it In reality it is IIn this way that they gloogl GUARANTEE J3OND We hereby agifee to refund theprici paid for Mionar if the purchaser tells us that it ha4 nut Increased flesh arid giveit free loni from stias ach troubleS Wood Capbeli Tfic slgmed bond gives ya Wood ft Campbells receipt for the money ajnl U their af ree rt to refwtd it it yW find that Mio a des noVgiye ipjiiw vtlgkl ind abwlHte freedom reaeinrout troubles Look into the facet b l Ike m nand yemen of SpriHgfleIdiji ste how age proportion han frown thin and haggard b fQreHfeJr time W hat then people need iisL Mipna tM fleshtorraing rfoodj a rCstrt of heaJtka i strengthto tk iif tiyf CMKI TJiraceak boia tt Wcod ais5pbthlC giysS yo4W- Mipcbui1las Ifor Ib l li Nboo GPWcwfferl- eri tJa lau4 tbt- ere scii Cjke tI to pt- re a a1t sotbtflUnleea ft t Plt ilit1i k l1H tiuREl1kI JI t 4b4a IL TIfElEl5IIJlllrfttr 1 l Iw- nure WIn lmu 5tCieolr m Grstudied detail and correct arckitec tural lines In the large halt bow ever It is proposed to place four large palntJngsintheltmett sntb4KialQ the four original owserehlie th In dfslnpre jpanifettV Preach and Americans in the ethers The four p tide tives will fce JHied with pcturesembleaatdof tIfe taut Orignal states included 1tIe put chaSe J1dtheirfprodctsaM ihaflu facturea The external teBlptuit4 whiTe 1Iextensive will receive careful attention Thefcatal j l1r described Mfd the four Quar4ga Uanklng tSei aome will be mOd 1J1ire- ptesemtahve scuIpral Mid w typify the njarch oC pfQfrtiiff 3 building will bf built eltMd InUMj manner of exhlbiUQ lHiiMN Md located as Itlii isis psikstwft beautiful surrousdiip w1hls rettttb tbetat q tt A1iv The spaceiibr ibe iielcury n hcnznemeter isnot t perdctecari- Theth Is not iufnquestly urall tlonoraIr left In trdt sijajce andtheee Is 3xlray nn ntrnpspfecre of tire vapoi Of mercury P 313c 111 speakia itlII perhaps Jmpossljjlp to jpiffleure a f c r aumJ it 18 most likely ttt even t reaLvacsum eouId t1c prctirad QcoMU Instant aIr or pthrt iiipooeiJdz oncebcgl tq J lseuuInntedreuiQ I sides otthe sstll In wideli it4m made and It Trould thns lastaBtlyt peii1 to exist 1h tJ It fs true that Dextfrfi d ft11tie very possfl4llty of nrftIsirn4Iudciy t- It a vhcuum couifl lv c elD4il vessel the sides wbuid lx pi ifeili iti contact htil tfI hardly cireetrs- lur Scientists say that a TaQOUTO eye not exist Whatscietmistsi ipo satf Is what Galilei safiJ 1Nftltrit bfoprjr a vacewin itIitsiriptpfa fact Is true Nature 0fttIq beet knowledgeibbor n taesru Nr suffers utoc t at owing any t11 th JiireettIeto our io be Tacaoi Ysuumj In utifle speech DpI It a Jane from vDIch air basIen tff ML i t t WJ t A DaWbe WithfHska tk Of They have a SIUO1CsiWJ dtdMMt coildupted dii the gccn g aetry tllagos In Russiu The dapers tirnd apart a knot of yotiac ji ber k1iptT1 of uiialden tirecipeX ty Itself pdd fill f n3 LerOiYJ4l mates Apiber1dak into a 1fWa youth pulls oft his cap tfod chn1Issges Wi girl with n wave aiidrbnv If the girl Is willinffsbQ W 1velJ h VawtHtipf chief JntQken of jiiw nt Wie jueth atlvajnccs tajccg a ocnejBof jHe biMOr kerchief In his band undleada ilfliK sic round and rpund No vord is spoken arid saug1 Jis heard fstlff wjtli cords an rkfc Wttk braids the girl jnoyiia fivlgr W he elf going round indrqk lIBd wwr allowing her pantpeitotou4berbsld- The t Pipe goes oriisgEf Q hours In the same sjiiI keraiul JsirlJ and the prizO ccmerfnttbfcIreVn as the dance Is cIkdI ivgtrvptctaest- o thca stW O In anu1i t snm revelry Ita i nevOr sot And aa smiled J f I e JT eStutiIeeAll he n t at 11 New JatmonImany a great nMf l 9t m most fective picture i wfBiaf ftdt froia rooms thai are nlsohntelystitutet of fiirniture except fOc the wortbit toob it the lirlist liiineit Cdtfftjf draperies beautifull mXQ urtea take the attention of tM pipahtet fw his work aiidtfire ore quite Joiia rottbe most pwccewful arti tfW the city wbo StUdIOS art bart iB comfortleas as tar as decoraUoni jin eoncerned iTl1ri are rejardedIyJijruunter as- ickroobs j ur a nd as hetlclsui JtI ip 1tt H JfarA V IJtIDJfDfd take her hap IHBdt M0i to IIi rled tdtrl tr- Ske cant sei a floul excepttl 4resa meterTo To les- RThIrN r 0 C i d sure sigotIwh se- olt j Iercue ti o In youi tysf ea cc ryQoiiepless loge cxjp9mcfe upsrti Elec rio BiUaM wiji quicniv isrnelI btih tfuW dsuaes I evftLiItlttotie t ttte stornacF- eMlaI abe 4ioyTrweTa lipluttat11LIr anti clarif tthtt WMd itttttt din sFtiteir s tatttfx t p rtiBt arIf and all tt u a iiP1tfi aches yanirt- LDd0CiS5Cb1flIUtI thOaui ftir ft8t1ltsrFlettrl Hr 8 oaly50tt apll thin Ui return vl IfI it1ttlvei i perfect aaVi f1 10 tGttraotced by C J Ih on Druglgt fr jt i i r 7 ME NEWSLEADER iirav TRviAY Jt AYIIIIADVANCES U If4j 4 J tt l W1LDKY r E IE JU DAVISONj r ft J i hIRI r 4UeN if GMte per b S1StII1S Ctafc m MMHUM a d UtIcal natter f Mf ttlM AA wait hi AMM at lew rates bet cask MMi W yU MI iiitTMfjr f seeds AfjiiHhHBC MWtMMta Wda liberal rsw JJrIM aJ rueu4is ef respect 3 AimTCHwnxn I 4 itu t S50- tt it 600 0 rtJ i 1 AT XMBFft219OJ J I N I4i Aafoew Iia c fht Laiigns recelie4 TJKyjnJj A shNM KM Mlf fct make a ptefljj M ijr what we snay call tbQ 1 rkrHtdfl et novelists thna glIJ ai pulled Mte Itveeius to lutve 7sMiMBi to kid te 8 ra tbing other I rIhu what fccars U Mr Marion rawftrAg TamtlMtra wuch turus n t J a atfaa t attlhUH who could glfe r a4fe4cM ta tW hole and a beating t MrI PljHT We expect her successM a he jMWBwlly explained becae tN1s ia laid e her ooa eyed servant j suli eye Iriiw suarkaber as the 4r ef her laietreea Bdslo observes hta ihe pateeacn Matilda does not I liMNiMBtljr aowethlair KHX to bang on hat fHtelf the thread WUS drop Id Again why had Charles Wogan rlajroft htodotbvs attbe end of Clew 4toar Like the priest iu the Jays t I Aad Kone j kiaw bit may 8 lteh t KdHUia horror at meeting froreoce 1n e krUi ff hcwae df Mrv Rdmbcy Is a p5pp54 thread which D1keDStrJed to Mf hatfaiied Recearcb would f i eby d4acever mazy suck In 7 eis jM r 1w of a Kile Ball 1 mysttf Made tbe tuoiC cxtradrdina 4I I abot at an Huteloptbat I ever Mt4 of which boweveii has nothing do with good shooting but rather Ivkk the erratic course that a rifle bail 5d7 take With severaf scouts white I aa4 lAdkiBfl I rode over a iiiU to I oe throe or fcrar buck natelope spring o thoftr feet run a sbdrt distance and It atop to took 1 made a quick shot IteM which dropped aiAl on going to- g1 I found liiiii not dead though des raWy wounded The salami bad e staadtag broadolde on his face to varmy left Tile ball had strudk b left otbow splintering tbe olccni passed through the brisket bro e1IM right huaerws tUnro at light tos pfd tee back cutting several j Wbkca the rlgbC femur then IrnetilaL at right angles and COIPJ It tteouch the luolde of the leg and tk the left hock Joint which it d J sa4 sad twisted off so that it hung a Vory aarrow string of hide I expect to sej so extraordl Lfora rifle tall Outing It yfer- Matter of Interest tfivrcrhrtJut t Me spade of oyster Ostrea vlrginlca loac the eastern coast df North Amer aThe wostera coast bts at least live jwciosbfrt only tWo df these are of aace au4 these dp not cdiapnre Mi the oastera s ellMsli Thus It Is i1IiK that a Blue Point a Provi ce rivet aad a ChesaKeake bay oys 4rare oe sad the same thing so tar as Is facottceraed The difference is y kttdodsof ant conditions in 1rawtkTIM Ofs4r ta rich IB pSosphates but ahmost eatirely lackiar Ip fat mhk cigac1e kmlkllsg Hiatfrial and those taMosita which go to make up physical rorce aM vitality Whlfelt Is whol e sad easily asBimllnfed the actual ied vase of the oyster not sufficient Milk It with our great rood fishes he eM hoddobk saackell etc Good tsisk A Cbm Fiaii 5CI7rr Tbf Ia editor of thtj Cdurrier de ioBtoi going strougy at present taatToror this 0 ye dls jptes of Mun bautea aad cull a passjng pointer O effoHowers iu the footsteps of Ana itas t leaie stays ago aa iBormous fish ktMx feet bag was aught in the Idt7 ot Psttasgaear Tahgkn It was ut HP aa4 sold la Ac sujtrounding vii asi The carcass of the fish was l hly poiaououa as Inhabitants ho ha4oat a of it are dad and many hers are lib What roral lotion suclia than would dW ibftit the sea scrpSat Shanghai es r Where Me Fallea f Offeatftcii said a uiu Icia of wide JpAdvaQ eace hal an unusually is4 yaM The Rla a could shave cook Her market doctor horses do In a A tktewtaad things Offeubacb evertliiktB tocbaryed blmt 7b Wyr bta frteod Mid did you d IM a ervait M aptY Ok fiNe MM Offenbach pe- tT1IIiI beatlB my clothes outside i dkMr woakl sever keep in tluae A FrlJr SvCKwtlaa iat a toM to kaow what to make w tt jy ely M Mid the trust wag Ia4i Me aeeau te have brains for u4aoss 1l Teiarit we te kaad you ji IUI e- 8t fstaM the iwrchant prince LMCIetj MMMr of klwPbll rOkia laiwrvr c0 1 till a load wherTkere1s Mhnr tatMrrIee the trilti MlM ttv lifMe Hr aall Ive IMI 4sa I rN Fire fiNla raiiu PtJI UJI JII 1 Itlte Ire JIirbrne4i W rkd v M Iawfa tte llMuiM 4 pp ir 4e fvta a sigiu Ik a i1Ws w P4d It 1 Well Is ws kit isigky assail biheisw It fit psIstass t 4owB to p4kii T- by Tas sdlyThats the Neoud tt she ha MM no jarkV t lBi nbrrj twouegatlT- C4ivi giwgys iiiuke ao afflrmatlte 14roolLvi Life i w r r MMOflMi Oi M rAt li HH i K News From The County i r KIipftiilns Amoist the County P e pie 2 f 4 i as Reported by our Correspondents isftftl ftnnftnIU1UnftJ1lftftnnnnu nrtRnftnnn nJtI mBREIltE ji Ilillsboro Mr and Mrs Tbs W Suth frlaii3 speiit Sunday with the family cl J n Settles John Armstrong bought a sow and pigs i town counly court day for 10 and sold ten shoats to WPI Sutton for 11 50 Josh Inraan and Jbhn Arm strong Lavo bought new ojgans from Mr Williams of Harrods burg for t er girTs The young ladiei are much pleased with them and take macji pride in learning how to play arid with the progress they are making ItiHey Will stodn be firsV class or aU1slsIIThe public school here taught by W Ezra Sutherland oosed- Friday with a candyl treat A spelling mVch was given in jnhich Clerole Tyler carried off first honors and SarnmeOders- econd honors Tho success of this sclioell we viH leave with the public to ju Ige but feel c n did to say that at a1l times we have striven to do our duty and th lttern has be M very pleasant to the teacher We have had some excellent weather for hog killing and most of our people took advantage of it and killed ttheir hogs ariel nw the savor of frying sausage is the prevuiiing oder Vii Sat on has moved from our vicinity to Thorn psonviile where he wilt remain next year There frill bo soeral other moves hero between now aid the first of the year l C W Oder will begin Monday invoicing toe stockdf goods that lie bought horn J N Cull at Penwick Mr Oder wiltnow take charge oHthe storobut will not rroe his family thorc until about the first of January Mr Cull havdecidcd 011 account of his health no to continue iniho goods busiiIflfly longer but will trhs hand on fartning He will loeaenorrHarrodsbug He has many friends hrrc who wish him success in his lLw line ot i l siness1 Quite a number 9tQurj far mers have bulUeJxdown their tobacc a iJmregitimig along well with Itheir tipping and mostof ilwjfil be ready for sale by Cbfistnas but we have not yet beard of any sales Most all prefer tt soil at home for they realize more money by selling at home than they dp bYshipping tothe city itWe in the midst of the hunting season and te report of the hunters gun can be heard in ell directions fThe game is said to be very plentiful thn year There is much complaint made by cur fathers aKout persons hunting on their farms on ac count of reckless shooting Some have already prohibited hunting on their places and your correspondent was at JUt to do toe same when he liappeocd to pass through his young orchaid and found lhat the pesky labbits weremaking havoc wih it and now we are really gad to see the boys killing them for it really means protection to the young orchards InI our mnds we would not give one good appld or peach tree for all the p sky rabbits Da art and Oph Settles and Sammie Crook vcro maie io en- jeyj a very un peasant joke fit be called a joke last Wednes day evening The boys went over to rooteriHe to lay in a full suppy of ammunition so they could take a big hunt orv Thanksgiving day Aften pm- im1chasingall they needed they llliH a quei notion all at one logo to Willisburg wo suppose teeto their best girls but thener chant informed them that the1 store would be closed befq e they would gel back so the boys tookthek supply ot ammunition and id it but when they came back it CQuUl tot be found and the boys report That some one enjoyed a lnnl on Thanksgiving at their cxpers It H now Piievp l rthought that the girls talked so sweetly to them that it effected ihoarts and minds so that they forget j where it was hid and some day they will b3 able to locate the hidden treasure We would suggest to the boys thit from now on that when they go tradine have nothing else oh their minds Wiulisburg Several marinionial barks have been put to sea with the pfeachers and pries tio push the Mayflower and speed well from shore and bid these on board bon voyage hoping that they may with their minds eye tixet upon the meeting places succeed in passing the narrows and dangerous reefs of this llife and finally be landed in that haven 01 peace and plenty Among the many Thanksgh ing weddings were Miss Ma- rgueiieCheatliain of this place and Mr Kent Rogcrsof Fenwick They drove tto Springfield on last Wednesday evening and were quietly married in the par lors of Rev PF EJeuoessy May their joys be a many as the sands of the seashore is The wiTh of the writer f There hits been several deaths n cur midst Miss Willie Noel died at tlfe home of her brothei 011 lat Saturday morning Her remains wee in ten cd the follow ing 1ayat Glenns Creek church The sick folks are still on the sck list and seemto be but little improvement lStanley son of Win Subton is quite sick at this writirg The doors of our church at this place are always open tto the public and for people to bring their friends here and bury their dead in the cemetery A great many times new does not reach our little village in limo for folks to b i ready and at church to prepare for sinking and to meet friends with their dead but wh n our folks are not at church tqsing wo cordially in organlist tat our cbuch needs a singing school Of ccurje we knovv he a finQsmger and invite him to 1iS and sing vienever he or any one else bui we are not offended in the leksst at the Compliment he paid us lo the public WTJ3 Shirley JohnSutto- nk C eland Cheathaiii of this 1lace pal their respects to some fair mads in Springfield lasi Sunday evening Several of our citizns aVon dol C C Fosters sale on last SaturJay at PuHiam Misses Dclia Boston and Ora F6rsn of Sinai were in our town last week to set E D Wells We hope he will boabje to bo in our midst again soon Mis Mary Ulan on of I3isto i is the guest of her sis er Mrs fEd Birch I Mrs Delle Sutherlandjs suiT ering vtj till van attack of neuralgia We trust sire will be able ttore suine her dutes at the poitoflicc soon 4 Why is it that our good citizens do not subs ribn for the NEWS LEnADEH I would feel at a loss if it was rio tt in my home and Iv ayear And what is the Ion that wo cannot have a every week from our nci hboring town I read let thiseountyIHarrodsburg papers Why ut send your items to our NEWS LEADER c tmhe iis willing to statiorervandIIplmtyoulo let us cot respo events nil join in arid see if we cant cram the old paper full of kttr3 arid let the editi r add another eslutrn to our dear old NEWS LEADER Dr M W Hyatt and uife are jjii our village at the present We will always we come the m gladly- ii our midst and trust they u ill R tracamph1iYes PRE FEET BUNIONS I cnts Swelling Allays Inflammation It CooL 1Jt Soothes It Cures BoU fcly la 2Sct flOO BottlM At aU rood DruaitII r For Sale by C J Haydon J hT h visit us often Ifcjv J4 A Simms filled Ink appointment at Battle last Sunday Mr Samuel Noell died on last Sunday morning at his hemc near here iin the 55tfi year of his ago He was a membar of the Christian Cburch this place Ho lleaves a wife and eight children to mourn his death Eld J At Sims madean impressive tall aid ttIlel masons of the lodge at tjiis place performed the masonic juties afterward The remans 1syerc interred at the Fairview 9veuingVelb reaved relatives Weep not dear friends he is waiting in Glory for thee On lastThanlrsgivin day Mrs 14ary Jane Birch entertained inIhonorUnce Archie Wheeler Fe was 83 yearsod and the dinner wJs serve d in olden tine the last course the s yle of f3 Old fashioned lumpkin appia and blackberry pies were quite a treat The Birch wo d home is a pleasant one and long may the mother reign supreme in it and eat many more old fashion dinners wHh her aged father Canary J B Yaste bought of R C CinaryacnvforISV Mr Klvin Yasto bought a ho se from El za Spaldlog price unknown Mr and Mrs Wm Jeffries spent Sunday with R C Canary Mrs Mary A Barker spant one day last week with Mollie Tailor Miss Lou Logsdon was in your town one day last week on busi ness Cnrislena HeiT jrtn b uht of Eliza Spaldingof color a horse for 70 25 Mrs Bertha Valst n and son Loiuine are visiting her parents at FCl wick this week MarionI SatIurday Sunday Miso Myrt Robinson of i ear Springfield has been visiting at tlie home oP Miss Ada MoM ilin for the past week We are glad tpsay that Mrs WIn Thomas is able to be out lagajn Prank Litsey catled on hs best gui Sunday night Mr R G Canary bought of jMr Will Thomas 5 bblsl of corn at 2 a barrel On Saturday Dqcemb r 5th R C mary will rent to the high est bidJerW j farm of th j lute Jack SpaldingOf color oh the farm On Wednesday Ijovember 25 Mr Elvin Yaste and Miss Ada McMillin droye dowto Rev R Sales and were made Ulan and wife Miss Myrtle Robinson and Mr Sam Good lett accompanied thorn Mr J D Marker of Fen wick bought a d1v and pigs from John llourigrtn for 2250- J B Yasto bought of Eliza Spalding six shpati fot 1425 Mr Silas LogsiJon bought a cow and calffor 2215 N sSue Fenwick and Mr Richard Lank ford visited at the home of May Linham Sunday afternoon Misneorg5e Cox of M tckySlle- WJvs here Saturday i i CoIRoE Whaynetooltdinnor at Abo Unaryaturda MrJpe A II irdin and family and I Ii Ylsteanu w fo were at It C Canarys Sundar Mist M rgarel Yastot of your town titli ma atcmling the McMillinYasJo wedding Miss Jennie Litsey vholias been visiting he brother in the S rte of Texas has returned lit me Caplwriiihts Greek This news little place has been quiet fo so llong IlIinfc it is time we hearth rfrom the com munitr Mr Mock gave the youn7 per2 ploof thiv community a nice pressentexp esseJ tdiir appreciation of i Mr Mocks kindness as this L4 n t the tirdt time he hss enter tained thB voung people of thd neighborbocdI J The cdtnmuntty w4s shocked at the death of Mrs turn Mudd i Ut Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption s u Eat plenty of pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and loo years ago Salt pork is good ifta man can stomachI it y The idea behind it is that fat jis the food the consumptive needs most SeottsEmulsionisthemdd ern 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 pdihIm fat in this way which is often thonly way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion docs more than that There is some thing about tha combination of cod 1ivciiland hypopho phites in Scotts Emulsion that putsn v life into the weak parts and has a special action oh the diseased lungs A sample Avilf be Scat free upon request Be sure that this jifcture In the torn fa is on the wrapper el every bottle ef Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5oc amlbi a1 druggists who departed this life the 28th Hot death was so sudden and un expected that her husband and chjldren are prostrated with grief Her funeral took place at St Rose church Monday moriing at 1 J oclock after the burial services her remains were laid to ret in St Rose cemetery Her family have the sympathy of the neighb irhobd Born to the wife of Rrarth Carrico on the 25th a 10 pound- b y The new father is all sinilos Mrs Susan Smith of Bards town spent the first of llast week wIth her brother J B Carrito Air George Smih who has been quite sick we are glad to learn Is improving rapidly Also Miss Fannie OBryan who has ba cnquitesick is improving A Fri bt1illCd Horse Running like mad Vown the street duqiping Iheoccu paot or a hundred other accidtnt arc every day occurrenciae It behooves everybody to have a re liable Salve handy and theres none as good as Buckiena Arni- ca Silve purn Cut Sores Eczema and Pile disdppcar quickly uhderits foothinj effect 25c at OJFiaycon Di ug Store Ti Beit RefflBiv For Cronp qr1bl the Atchison Kaii Daily Globe This is the season when the woniau who knows tUo best remedies lor croup irain demand in avery neighbor iiod One of the most terrible things In tho world is to be awakcmfd in tho middle of the night by a whoop from otia of the children The croup TCIIIC dias arc almost as earc to be lost in Case of croup nsa revolver is t sure to be lost in cue of burglar Tpcrcntcd Fo ucan pldfasluPiied rciipay for croup known an hive syrup and Joht but some modern iiiDthcra eay that Chamberlains onjl Rcmod is bctn dOs not cost so much It tlCroilH1 the paticn to tlroVip the quickcr and given relief in a time Givolhts remedy as soot as the croiipycongl appears Mid it will pevent the attack It never fails and isplcasant and safe to take For sale by Ilaydon drugstore Foralair a Com I f voii ha aa bad cold and you need Ia good rolifblc medicine like Chamber g Cough Remedy to loosen niidr hove it and toaflay the iniation and inifaniatioii of ihe throat and lupga Ff saic al Ilaydon sdrug stcro 110U1e11n111 CXitit1ittitj l1giitestIand healthful home the lt1e1 thiit hoHsckeepIng consistst HIylof sweep lag dusting and cooking JIn iprroneoust The kpowlcdSi of a wpinaii must in clude lunch besides if licr work is to really clfwllvi Men are lift makers ot the Income anti worncii the sptMider The latter na well ns the former must understand conomlc prlnelplis If a household Is to be really prosperous Certain standard3 should therefore set upon te division of Income had Mie expenditureB for young housekegi eS which should vary according to the size of the lucerne In the Dark My nurse pushed the button that puts out the lIgIt Because I vas naughty she salJ tonight nut what do I care It I cU1notsceiWith every one l6alingo cross ntvme Now the man in the moon IslookUjS down r Ant even his face seems to wear a trovgi i I lah that mymothtr would come in soon Ani push tho button that puts out the iocnl chanz T HfKe KlckappQi The Ktckatoo Indlniia Lava a very peculiar UJiirtiiige custom They situ ply select the r wl 90utlle tbesoioc lion Is inutti they reside tojatliiT us ihnn nndwi lr and nothing Is said There are u scnndalj stuldn theaet people llusl alidi and wives are true to each otti rand the quiet under stniidlu b conaidertd as snored as our marrinKO vo vs Thiiv are few nets that tan termed criminal amon this siijall bn nil of Indians Murder Ii seldom heart 61 and diutth Is the pen hiIpossesjthinkIIs tile KttneMs Coluiubug foiuill amonJr the Indiana when ho first landed In America T icy belivve that l1qull two spirits the great coca spirit and the bad spir t After death tlie wJelied are snpposlM to full vktluis to the bai spirit The religious worship Is car ned on ever t lay It ebnsfsts of ilandr and singing and beating of tomtoms They are vr ry delicate regarding their belief and Idomnke a stranger Into their contidi nee Kansas City Journal ncolaclonIl111111I to think of It liotv the simplest appearing marriages nay have complicated m otlietidacfn young girl and his son marries the girls mothe the possible offspringjhnyr nil sorts 01 relationships with tlillr I parents nit tate a simpler case A chap knrrv married his first cousins jdauglitpr stuie years ago end has twd areIIgfindfather and second cousins tojtuelr Uiotlier on the fathers side andi first cousins twfce rymovcd to their father on their pothers side Then oairh Is scccnd cousin once removed to hiiiisclf A slinilar jstdte of affairs pecuis r course in the case of children of jiua j ried first cousins I think Ive proved my thcprem 011tentI3fitUc Ynluen of Dead tnt A New Lngltnd senator tcljs n story of a certain wealthy business man In forhgbtmatter of common linowiedge even in neighborin states jIlSI1pegsratcatcher to undprtalfp the tnsk of rtIIding ills warehouse ceharsof tlici bjesome relents that Infested them w1Idebted to the f6riner In the sum o Good gracious exclaimed Hhei 10I fisted man an he glanwd at Inc bill lui Then titter a seconda patse lie abslqusly iiaked Dont Kttauythitis for the rats New YorkTrihujie The Secretffof lintman yj Young Mrs Mead who experience of lUll rrlNi life had boon brief ami happy had just engagid two nsryants a man mid ills wife for work atjior plade t lnClsq glad you are niarrioiH slit snid to ttir man with whom ship hud tuade tcrnjs hope you are very very hIJpjanl1 that you your wife never have any difference ion 1UtI fallli maaniiCI couldnt Hint htjaknow of tliliu aiid sciwe do be jjettinK along p1IJ 1 j A Sphlcr CallooTl Tremendous FlldvN earn be sw n In llthe8tcrt1lurtJt them i A TesaV spider weaves a balloqn four feet long and tWP fort wide wjiirh it fastens to a tree by a sjingle tliread then marches oili board with its HUIo oued cuts the tl r l1 and away goes the air ship 4osthiie distant plceto mlle a new homo nfUe r sNo slid MvI GniblK I certainly wont buy you that extravagant bonnett Isnt then anything else youdi b satis Urd to wear Oh yes roplhd Lila w fa saw a very plain unc1 cheap one today that Id be delighted to wear ludefdr Wc110 jIfii Well its a wIUiMVs uonncfyPhlln dclphla Iress v nNiJltUld Arigollnat aiiJcIously Are you sure dear unit yptf flont regret It aiid you dont sonultims nIss yourillfe tlJ1tI u bachelor EjrWlii wini hoprful c nl tloniNot a c i ttKI yon what Angy mlsa It so IJttlo that It wotv ito lose ycua Imflesiifd Jf wouldnt marry again T T1eSjtfr Slotlioa SayPf began tnt lljwtt man nibbling his pen how do vpsi apdl gibbering with a ora jT 1s1oiit spoil It at ail replied the cthpr Wlaiil want to caira roan tlitt sort of an Idfol Jtsay It Im not root oumjiih to pat it In writing ashiugtl5r4 Star J Til Prniier TliliiBT Miss IpwlKkrMr jlllpy actually of fpro l hlniwlf tp Miss Iarl1Ton a pOIltil ttIil MissOasUotVhat tlidshe drt 1 11 Miss KeidirkRtfnsid hinil She said slit proffrrwTjjoarwl proptfsaM Ve finT WP tsan tsit1fpa friend we have not SMW lnfoiV In txviny ywiVa by telling tIiriitdoesiif lookj f day cJwbulIfjt la forty years we have to inakc It au hour Atcjjlsoh Globe tAllilt 3r117 ta making applo JcJIy advises the Hoston Cooking School Magazine try the pffect of tfie Jtilc and the hryel low rind of jony lemon to a pint of juIce Strain out the bits of Ipiiidn peel as the jelly In piuml Ju the jjlasies Apple jilij to serve wiIi roas goose mutton or fresh park Is delicately fin Vdred with mint Make the Jelly na usual Ifidujli unrfiie apDlea ire tM best and to each cup of tho strained Juice add n tahiespoonful of mint juice prepared in this way Wash a cup df mint leave add il tip cf hot water and steep one lidUiv Ilty in piece df chieee cloth over a bowl pofir the mint leaves into ft nudrolI uII tliclath antI lr3s out tit moisture A tablespoon llgrce1ll Bull Rough at any quantities i If yon llare mildig Ii dO gt our phces Wej can give Jpm estimates ou buildingsJ comptleleor eamfurn Q you t4 L material at lowest prices Mr Yards and office near depot ttt I Telephone 39 SPRINIOFIELD KY rPRYSUNCFfiLlt FISHING IN SCHOOL Tljc Boy Who caught a Mouse and Did Nut Gt qrilHhecll The littler boy lived i long loiig time ago He jwent to Bqh0ol In a rbugh log SChOOlhO use aiid sit flu a high board bdiich without nnyi back to leaii ugainStt And the bchcli was so very hlhi that his small feet could nt touch thltloor And too life had no desk on Which his teacher couldt put pretty pictures and bright blocks and sticks for J1Im to play withf He never sang- iretty motion swngs nor marched to sweet music J5o this little boy Used to get very tIred sHllnjj stilt arid doing nothing liOurOlcelnaftprnoon he wentout on the tloor arid stood by his teacher and learned his A D bs and how to J5pell A bnb pne day while hij Wins twisting about oii his high seat be Spjed alittle gray mouse pecpjng out from a hole inthe fi6or in the corner near him He al mjost laughed out Idiid Then Jie quietly pulled n pIece of line out of his pocket and tied on a Jilt of cheese romlhis flinuerMqsketj TJienhe thnfw the line oijit as far as he cjouid toward the niousles door In the did floor lIt was not iong before the teacher sqw him TJmniy said sbiWblt ate you doing jPishrng mnnmJ I little Jimmy an svrered frlghtenljd I t tWhat are you Oshfng for4J fFor n uiousviSartiu The children nil lajigbcd But llflU Jimmy didnt for ho saw that thc tuaclier iooUed very sober Very wdlu saidishe I will give you just five minutpst to catch that mousp If you dontf get hituljh that unit Ill Imvpto punteh you for playitig school i JImmy satvery still holding the line his heart thumping vfry frost and such it lump In his throat jThero wa porfct tjilence in tho little leg schoolhojise Kvery childish heart vas full of sympathy for Jimmy No ohe thought of laughing Pretty soon a pa1of bright eyes pjjeped out ot the Lole The baited string lay so near and the checsudld smell so good So ithe poor foolisu nlonse ont he Jlt1 uearer still and Clearer all unconscious of the eyes atchlng liini Ho tOOk a dainty nib blsoW good He kook auothruiul another ant iOh niaum IvocAught him Here tie 1st shoutwlIJfl1hy flirting the dainty mouse up iin the air his4iU3 t setii Btuck fast In tub llanl clyjese Then the children luu boonnd clap pedl their hands so glad that little Jim liiy would not be punished l am sure the teacher was gld As for Jimmy wltfi the teaeliersppr mission he took the pretty niouitj out doors Mid lot him go uh1 he never fibhcd hi school any mbre Llttle Fols To Maize Colored SltsuHo Place a sheetr ijhiwhiip cjifilboarj perpendicularly before two lighted bin cih3 Cut n small figure out of paper rind set It uprisUt in the middle lx ween the ndra awl the sheet oS cardboard as shown In tIle UUistratlon The little figure will fona two corre iTIlIt QAU- ERpondlng siwdofrs ou the whIte paper if you hold a piece Or md glass dr r guts of water tilled ivHh red colortl fluId befdrethe cjiiidje to tile left shadow to the left WtIl appear red While the shadow fothe right secina tt have disappeared but upon looking Closely you will see ia faint srdeiri shadow If the glass is tilled get tle the shadowt will appeal violet If the luld consists iof w tertfTorcd Witirbluln the shadW will appear iIn orange color L lila Hole Little Billy cnuie InI ons nornoon from an assembly of thechildrwtdf liui neIghborhood with lJht clothes pleacd above and below tvithi n groat nisiDy lit tle holes For pltysjssaker csdhilincd iifa mother WJrnt has happeual tft you bit1 nfl Hilly wevfr ouly beVui plnyIuigtgrAb iiJtqrg nrtf every body was MmVthln id ft was tljc SwIcIleesz ivozgo t Jt5I4IiIC Nellie aged thve hail tier pUotogxapk taken reecuUy piil riyjion Ute iweof vitsceiit iCflTler tillotlJoOki i4ue looked too ropiaii and asked why she dklutsmii I r tiiit sm IA umw mjifc N eI e vbntJ gay j fb awrf flrotto put it 1vue SJ l DWk51DeWittlsthartametohookforwhesl I DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve 15th original and only eenuics In fact DsWittsls the only Witch Hazel tKat Is nuda froth the unaduUerd witch=jlazel others are counterfeits base miens cheap and worthless even HaeISalvIIJchlni Prctrudinges CutS liurrts praIses Sprains Lacerattops Cdnvslons Boils Carbuncles Eczema TettrSart R eurn sad ill otterSto DIsdaesS SALVErroarl D r te DeWitt 4 eCW I i tTHE NURSERY Dont bo cross and irrjtablenbout the baby andlthwivbe st rpr el hfiit it rfr fleets your1 mood f HA calm and lfF conhvinedilt7a5t in the prsstric cf yoiiir lUtl one from Jt daysjof earliest babyhood l Weak i ui utSr ofteii afraid to pun lab a child for fe4r df a IIen4iihj its af factious jKpthlng could blbrreat2c mistake 4 sfj Givcino frliltpo abab less than a year old In sqmiiior cghy litoJ ltlonIfbaby Jes than two yJslrs old Fpnlt liills thany babies l Dont feed theJaTy with ndiiitfoctt JoJtis1lWi hence the host ff t Aml Vvstl rttlVr bncwlyoun s A cjifld Should leep out Its night iu cuddird jniil 4111tOdthlNL Itsjparents IJtllsnorJICOl a child of iny asv Iovins Uaiwaos are yielding tdelti4l instinct Tlfei child jccds to sleep not to lit ptitritl or nil the aseptic cleanser rccSfei mendell for niiik fettles borrcJ add 1f one of th f best Flue bottles sliould bo boiled ontedally nil allowed to stitViiP for spine louts full of Ju strong olutloa of tjiu atddJ Tk niblp nlpplek shoultl be treated wJtlipeli care lUi fflt CashjercsTOts nfl trtjasarcs 1lint qla AVonhinV hearEj with tlcirght She has litilaniogntni worked dii thwiltIn silk here is little iiiprc to llie desirodrl lIed HnVin liaa notrifren ousted jut caKhmcrc h hsA plpce of Its own In the household economy The fastfdltms traveler Is givrih to cashmere sheetS Jt1and they are used at hotels where tfiore Is n rossjbUity that the beddljiff zany be damp Dhey are nfso nsed ua yaclits where lucy cw welcome as protect ioiiTronl com ns welt a g damp ncsi There are Uoiue staying people wjo use tlsdui In wtutrr and stUl btherff u fio4elIevTn tuttui the year through They have none of the pbje tloiinblp qnalltlfs of flanhiillt k xpjoinau wb gofrajn for ctishnjorp sliPPts nsi7njiy gets a Cpur fpv t hod and foprenlshcgh iW taelcfl sheet nt si time as they wear out SbdwihlproimtJJy take l1Jn1f liral color tuctise1twihtnot sbrlnkJ while thcs whltc may change slightly Tim nntitraf voql Is dclicatcr In Shade and not dbJeetbooai1eErhiijiige riSDpcInloap tcio Gpcul ROOMI As tilt IIpto toHet oapsr are rihcir expensive by reason qf their arOma of enD Ce cologne or jiolM water tlKl wonmn who Is n frequent hosts and entertains vnich fluds htfr profit In pur fclmsmg boqs of guest room sup instead of In rtho usual fasliio tile TIKPS to nrang tim guest JlntJroo xrttlr ovor comfdrt nnd ouvcnionc t n the washing Bfand should Ir a so dish containing a sonleit pukg dainty 80rtljf3r1khe vlaitora tdJl ils tied ultittIsl smooth paper TtiitU a length of Barrow ribbon ylilj n fecal to show Jina tiovser beou l1Ir Tin cake of toilet soap in scry srauii guestr- oomrl slzcif Of 3nuriw c tialnty w m nUt or n mwi fdrtJitflulterioaltl rather bare utHHr frOKli senrf than ono which l1lS been l13ISbeforel These cakes nreji dozes Inn boX utah are an ccdiioliiilcni subttltiitet for the larger Uttii pfAlperfIiI8ll t for guest- room ser i 1IDnll Iltcoeil 11IAib + 1 t A maf rOn wM UiwwR fmons a wde circleof fll5fliIitflhl0i t 5COIltIQulllJY n good Iatlcteptr si wii- Is qJico disiinghIed for lu4 Tht t taso in llresi snttltktIH1d3 15 h COUIat of l teall lahie fOnt l t1bo1t dres and fito5i1 lUll f Oflid1I thlt the art cof 4rtn nlii bet laiillut rtIstever7tlvoiui jrst M lDliI ita ccnkig f la eiLty lan vlrw tp iuthI 0 and hnve to trwtt tti1iilffN r tsistft A well drtsiad WOti9aNIuJ tttribf1iita not l e rBt 1JfIOllw wit Qner slCWiV4b this Iltl tlOlQ iOWIttOO ItU1IL e In bd tbrtn th dwdi lftWiof lUe uw5iiaii swpl Cud r WOuld cnvjs thb nt s 8 dre8naUut and tVt1I tiMis l avery gJrU ebeoL r I11 Itbe tlpte beat tni iKhii n knowledge niocb whet valuall adYafcevt iiiutlwrnatks and pby k lkpokiji Eiig 1 r I1S OK spurN G F EID KY OXCEDr Rineharts for Iar offices over Peoples Deposit- S3lc Office hours 12 to 2 pm i IWFGR1GSBY 9 A1TORNEYAT W 7c office over Peoples Bank f SPRINGFIELD KY f if 1 t rI rAL iESTIES f Fcrsa1ebyJ osterson r ft Ib rfffnAgentsJ vvV p A h1lin our cTJarge for sale the 4 Tfpi owlnade5cribcd property mostly rin W shihgt6n eountya complete rt description ofany of this property will be furnished on request j ysj35 acre farm located on the pike eIghtt miles from Springfield Ky t 4ew five room dwelling new barn 1cli fencedand watered Price 530 t- iEOacrc jeracre n farm seven miles from l t pfingGeld hear the pike all in higfe 8 atedf cultivatibri mostly in grass k r improvd Price 3 5Uptr acre 60 acre farm 4 miles froth Spring f 1 ldnear the pikessmall hbuseand fa mall torn 8 arCs of reek bottom JfncCTSW per acre 142 acre farm seven miles from f ipringfieia 03 the little Beech 30 cres of bottom land goc d improvet its of every kind rrice per i ere if acre farm she and half miles 4S 12CO Springfield on the pike good J vetDentsof every ikind llaud J tI l good state of cultivation 20 acres fgooU creek bottom JPrice 30 pert icre j 140 acre farm 0 railed from Spring k ield n ar the pike good fipuse and jarn farm mostly In grass Price 40 per acre 1 200 acre farm two miles from Springfield on the pike well fenced ndwatered all in high state of cul i ivation lays well Price S35 per acre J 196 acre farm 10 miles fromSpring deldl 2 miles from LorettQ Good house and barn acres of bottom 1PtJc 5000 130 jacre farm three miles from 4 Springfield near the pike on the County Road farm all lays vell and is well fenced and watered good house and barn r j t 133 adte farm eight miles fro SprinVQfeld good four room house god ockaTitr tohaccobarn plenty of gadthbacco land Price S225Q perfacre farm one half mile from town mostly in grass plenty of good tobacco land four room house stock and tobacco barn 5t acre farm one half mile from i Springfield all in grass tfrst class im aprovements of every kind good orchard 247 acre farm all lass well and un der good fente nice even room dwelling house large stockl barn- good cow barn and all other outbuild ings Price S30 per acre 20 are paCe onehalf mile from Stown nice small house and barn milk house and carriage house Price 2000- acres of good unimproved land one mile from Springfield mostly in grass Price 40 per acre 118 acre farm six miles fromSpring field mostly in grass plenty of gOod tobacco land four room dwelling and good tOck and tobacCo barks Price Si 834 per acre 104 acre farm located four miles from Springfield with good house altt tobacco barn and butbuildihgs j ood land wen fenced andwatered1 etfe ifNeW 6W81Jst011e II r vriCi cRI3SBY-0 iewe cra1d Op1 ian hqs opened Itha ner stock of lJufclrt cpndsUng of Watches RinsP Chains r Charms Sivcrware Clouts an1 Op kaI Goods Send yon if Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing to GrigytLlC Jeweler nothing done butaVst class york Makes rspeit1tyoj testing the eyes and fitting gl jssek W C CRlGSB Lcclthl at Ut rvfstow Ky HS71Wl1Cl3UWticU7 po ai once to lay Ions lruIstore id feta lie- diiiifi c cf IChainbcrlaioo Stomach an- iOne or two d ca wlji 51ablet it mate joa wcl Tney aUo cure bilr pssr53lcklicaIackc and pnstipt J iy 1t iliOdl1dion- ina psrt of the body wilt yleldtoI the greett penenUDipOof DRJ GLASSYS L1lZNT Sold by Wood AUampbslI sorghum at C rs grocery fcrh ay groceries x 1and oysters every tJ Shadors pSAll kinds jof fruits and nuts eceiveddailfratl C W Hains j 1Mixeddents V JEJETEiisoir ALLEN Postum Cereal Victor Li d Mother sale by JA hader oarrotj 2 Cereals Icindspeacies 1i prunes 5riia and navy bears I etc at G 4sdForPezzo cigar for sale at all cigar stanJsj Dr T B Smiths Poultry and nd Stock powder only 25c at A Shadets Boys send iyour game to CT W Hagan and get all that its worth Cash for it iif preferredr l Plqsing out all millinery pn i haod at greatly reduced prices lMrS Kate Wibiams f a The purchase of a Pet cigar at- Wood Campbells en titles you a chance ort g box Try ydur luck r 0i 1l Dr Gray C6 the painlessc Dcnjists are at The Walton forh one weekjonger They extract aid tll icdth without pan My stoclt iis complete so it iHf ay you tocall Anything in he grocery line you want I have- HItagan t Extracting ianc1 filling tteeth without pjiri is a certain reality as adveffiselijby Dr Gray Co theN Painless Dentists at The Walton c Mr Moss iof1 the Continental Tobacco Co bought a hundred thousand pounds of tobacco 8tI week paying from sa fen 10 nine cents therefor Dont forget that lam anxious to buy your country producer Therefore will Jay the hjghgst price Cash if preferred JaW Hagan Hunting season is on and f have a largje stock of hunting t material soiifc will pay you to calj and get my prices Shells old on easy terms C W Hagan l The meetings at the Baptist church closed llast Friday even ing There were 18 additions to tlie churclff to five of whom were administered the rites of baptism at th9 church on last evening iNowisi j ii sugar coffee and can g6jdds they are going up daily Can S 1clI you at lleast 10 per cent now stockcomplete all new goods MYjIj C W Hagan IMr Lytle Kays has1ld his gOfllground per acre P9c1fascrMr sonal property OP tbOl tli on- t the pr nisesS poGra Co therjainless dentists as announced l1n the r adv ertisement in this is uewilll rr maio at the Walton December 10IhThey are meet ing with phpnonicnal succcasand iiav6 testimoil from many j v U linowu1 Springnel I IJ peiple Iri I I Mr GjorgQ Lawence wife of 1 ownlvetrlnaryl j J t bYtnkinglion was jfjrturiately fhistrated by Ler husband who prevented her5frOtn taking much of thel It t deadly du and who hastily summrDefl medical assistance Dr S J Smock arrived at house very shortly and at theI administered antidotes It was found that the drug had burnedI E1thej 1andhrstmachShe1was ger andjnow repents her rash j act Despondency is given as the caiisei for the deed t aTesy RisersI Tw famoac little plUs ti fiHappenings of Interest ieFreshest TOPICS M c ftotfce to Bondholders Notice is hereby given thatt turnpike bonds Nos 38 4122 72 10 1820 36 25 10 of the do nomination bf 500 each iissued by Washington county ICy are caibd for redetnptitonj The saniwill be paid by the under sigrid at Lis office Springfield Ky on the 5th day of December 9ot pt whi h time interest will cease vThw Nov 251903 ROBERT NOK County Treasurer Notice is hereby given that Funding Bonds O 0 Nos lo 13 50 and 0 t f 500 each issued by Washingoii county Ky are called for redemption unIderigOnfield Ky on December 5 1903 at which time Interest Will cease This Nov 25 1003 ROBERT NOE fCountvJTreasureiv Public Salesl Col R F1 iWhayne reports public sales conducted by him last week as follows G W GraVes at Raywiclc on the 24th nst stock of all lands sold high hay and Oats soJrwellTlO farm oMGO acres was offered as whole and withdrawn aft 2250 per acre The sflje of C 0 Foster on the 27th atTatham Springs was well attqnded and stock sold as fol lows Cow and calf 3750 1 dry ow 20 1 springer 20 1 yearling hOller 18 50 2weauJin- gcalves12per head hogs brought 4dl bbrse 100 175 barrels of corn at 287 to 3 00 per birr The saje of Jack SpIdingon he 28th farming implements sold cheap but live stuck sold high corn brought from 2t15 to 23OperbanS Strayed or Stolen f- A red bay m irartbout S years old J15A hands high iJ white foOt in front and star in foreheadl no saddle gaPs only a plain harness mare left our place three weeks ago and was traced as fart as Springfield Any information will be very m UQI appreciated and expenses paid HOUTCHENS DUOs Chaplin Ky Notidc I All pardons hfiving claims against the state 6f JohnW Hayes deceased will present same properly proven tome on or before O January lsl1904 at the Jaw office of VF Neikirk in Springfield Ky t 5p5HAIIDIN NELSON Admr of J W Hayes Notice The partnership heretofore exist ingbetween W Jftr Mudd S p Mud and R S Mudd has this day ben dissolved oy muj tual consent to take difect tnis- day W W Mudd having pul chased all interestof R S MUddI ir said business and Althe so rial property growing crop ietcofsat R S Mudd This 3Qth day of November 190B W W Mudd SS D1 Mudd R S Mudd q For Rcint 1rrbeho so in tle aley oppo known as tile Martha Caldwell property For particu tars apply to John W Lewis AttorneyS ICOm issioner tSaIc It EouWs Pttf IJ T C Equity Dowlofl o DfUtj orlordCourt rendered at tho Outojcr toni Llieroof 1103 in ttia above ciu c J sliallU proceed to offer for silo at Mm Coprt House door in Springfield Ky oniMONDAY DECEMBER 28 1VC3 ac or about 2 oclock piat bolnc county caart day to Urn highest bidder at public nirction upon a credit q rf 6 and 12 inontihs the following scribed property to vii deI A certain house and lot in the town of Maokville Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Fronting im Maiji tboncc with J Clarks Him runhipg uortb Udnce v5th same lint rQnnMKwest Kochestcravenuetbtncc witb said avnuo to Main street and iio beginning For the porchise price tho poci Jahaser ur puroitser vith npprovtc di security or Buretica must execute bond bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paid and having the forco and effect of n Judgment Bidders 1tUboreQUirea to comply prom purI N M C W JLiiL SA L L- mVhh1flnIVoInflziworL4tt r i WWiWiiji li iW jw i I IMPOSSIBLE TO LEAVE t5 FOR ANOTHER WEEK 3 I 1 UNTILI 2 I THURSDAY BEGEMBEMfvJ Qr C AIqJS = tac v c1 s- i 0== cd tw == SCs t IrJr a it t SW l Drs Gray and Beals1 aiI PAINLESSDENTISTS Oving to the Ricat rush of business and appreciating the liberal patronage extended them by Springfields leading citizens and the urgent requests from numbers who havenot yet been able tohave york done they will remain anoiher week at Walton Hotel Spriggheld Read a few of scores of tstimonials from TESTINIL eo qwish to say to my friepds that I have jusfc caJled at ethe Walton Hoteland had Dr Gray and CoJ extract four every badly decayed and broken off roots of teeth for me eusing the vitalized air I can say truthfully that I felt no pain at all and no bad effects afterward The Drs do ex iachy as they claim Resp ctfllySWk NEIKIRK Ihad never been able to have my teeth taken out Avithout pain or bad effeotSfUntA I railed cm Gray afc the Walton took the Vitalized Air and had a very E bad loathe xtracted Can say it s the finest way 1 ever ex jierienced as I felt no pain at alt npr any bad effects what feyer Will gladly recommend the Doctors as they do ex actly as they clam JRS LUTHER BURNS I have just called on Gray Co at The Walton and had them extract three very bad tcpth wliirch 1 have- been dreading for years using the Vitalized Air and can ssay I felt no pain at all MRS J C SILER ateethpain at all I would go any dist n ratber than suffer the pain of old time Dentistry It is certainly wonderful eMRS LLOYD PARROTT fI to say to my friends thatI had Dr G ray Coeextract four teeth for mo using the Vitalized Air and can syI felt nopain at all W E ROPE iDr Gray Co extracted two teeth for nib usingjthe sVitalized Air and can truthfully say I felt no pain at all Thisris vork I have been dreading for years MR F GREENE All Kinds of Modern Rental Work Done Painlessly Teeth Extracted Without Pain and new ones Putin Imme diatelyS g RBMEMaRTHBb7TBV P ERSQNAL Mr B P Simms the well known former and threshing machine operator will leave this montlf for ndian Territory Mrs J S Yankey has gone lo Florence Kyofor a visit to her daughter MrsY W Garter v Misses Bessie and Ellen Cald well of Boyle county are guests at the A 0 McEljoy home this week Mrs J Li Wharton entertain ed at euchre last Friday after Jnoon in honor of the Misses Caldwell of DanvillOS Misses Eddie Shader and Fannie Smith entertained at euchre last Friday evening Miss Mary McElrby entertain evl at Flinch on last Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Ayeritt of Louisville i Miss Sadie Majcs hasrdturnod from a st to rcatvcs iin Lou isvile hGeorfeOt Jo soli ier Jr of Loir isyiUe irherc this veel- kit andMrs LIT Thurm n and 1itt9 fpi loft Saturdiyt for onviLo NO 1Halder T M Prjndy sxOLtcv cal days last veoc in Loni ville Misso Alio lldvcszmcLTorP is Watbdn of 1 6binon visited al the homQ of Tloj A Medley the fir t of the v o 2c 1rs W C McChord and daughterfi MMs Annie srent Thanksgiving at the home of R C McCTiord in Lebanon Mis Willie ICnott entertiiined nt euchre last Friday afternoon in a very pleasant manner A ilelightfuj lunohfr was served iriog the evening Miss Mai tie Robertson was the winner of the tirst prize and Mrs G C Whar ton won the consolation prize Miss Sallie McElroy entertain ed a few friends to meet the Misses Caldwell of Danville lit her home on MQnday evening I j Ja = clcd 1 ac7 7P l Springfield Dr Co Dr wish J J r The new game Panic was among the features of entertain- S nt during the evening Among those present were Misses Cald well Bettie Irvine Annie D Grundy Annie McChord and Messrs Chase M McChord Joe Claybrooke and H M Grundy V A bowling party of young people took place- Thanksgiving evening and supper served Eertliens after the games The 57SwSSSs Anything In Your Eye t I Many people who cPme toius for Eye examination imagine that therel is some foreign sub stance tn their QOoWe can sometimes hardly convince them that those gritty sandy scratching irritating condi I tions mesympomsandoffedts- due to refractive errors which may be corrected hy the use of proper Glasses j Let t Take The Grit Out I CI F RUSSELL i Main St Springfield Ky r Tho HI1 FIORD 5DEbTrTSHflrraanently llocated SPRINGFIELDKY crowd v as chaperoned by Mr and Mrs r Walter Leacbmahand was mace up foilqws Misses Eddie Shader Fannie SniiMi Edith an 1 Myrtle Price Bessie Campbell Louise Medley Cece lift and Robbie Simnis1 Jennie Shader Florence Edelen Mayme Allen Messrs Chas Hay don C W Hagcii Wathea Simms Gco Robert Gwin Marks Benedict and Leonard Baker Will Leachm n Will Robertson Ruel Poster and Jaclc Spalding Commissioners Sale Henry H Hickeraon c PJffa EqaityLillioBy virtue of a judgment anti order of sale cfs tbo Wa bingtpn circuit court rendered at the October term thereof i003 in the above cause Jshalt proceed to offer for sate at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY DEC 28 1903 at 2oclock pm or thereabout be highestbidder followingdescribed Beginning tvA a point in middle of the creek opposite the road as it runs down the hill thence up said creek481 poleslo8 a point in mid die of said creek thence with the original urn S37 W 34 poles tq a stdrte in Biackabys Jine thenceN W 42j poles to CDJcornerofsaidplank fence also a licornpr to llot No2 thence wjth homestead lineN 321 W 7i poles to C a small locust corner tn same thence down the old road N 4H E26 13 poles to B tlience N E 35 poles to thebeginning containing 131 acres allottedandaction and isbounded as follows Beginning at E a stone in Blackabys line and corner to No 1 thence with Biackaby S37I W143 poles to 9 an original corner thence with said line N88tVrf2poletot aston in the old road near Clarks gate now cor tp the homestead thence with line of same N 39 E 64Lpoles to D end of the plank fence and cor to No 1 thence with line of same S Go E 42 J poles to the beginning containing 131 acres IForpar cbaset or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond hearing legal interest from date ot sale1 until paldand having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms M G LEACIIMAN M C w c c Get a free sample of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Ta letat Hay dons dragstore They are easier to take ad more pleasant in effect tflai piUs Then their nsc IS not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regularize 2c per bps ittuiiiUi itiitiliitJ i Atfi ilitiiij1J W i i itiiw IIThe CM and Suit House I We invite you to- H E call and see our f6 line We carry a f0I r large stock Cloaks g flt and Capes We tsIioAy the Correct Z t 1VI t y ci OWCStT I s LAD 11J J SUITS= 1 iu tlie long Coat 4 St1el iis ffOodl Invr 2 iassorted 3VIaterial l 1 here froiiv S750 toci SS v fSBO a suit A va- rietys ofstties No I trouble to show 3 Fi11 line Misses and Childrens Cloaks i 1a ROBERTSON BRaSm m M 1 H AyersMalarinand Ague Cure The oldest safest strpngesl Ma medicine Korjupp1sIit to take A splendid iiic fc vingSinmaIaria1 ditriocs s Jv r J t Er i NewSeasollab1eAT s a t Q I Cunninghaiii 9nnaqT r A gr atvarietylof Dtess0- r Goods in black and fhiIjS f Zibelines Black anti Qoloriied j 1 Cheviots Mixed SuMsig J I Black UllVClorecJ fed t I Cloths all eo1ojs fSNewest Things inWiifgs Womens Miss s aiid ChiT drens Clttafcs Ladies DisS Skirts dn newest styles 1a great assortment ofIhessj trimmings andDressbutSOur tock of Underwear and Furnishings ale raii e corn c piete than eter before 1 mr agfi r it SHOES rr yz 9- n We ate better equipped it iii footJIfrt Wfit I- J than any previous sea6n Wie el thp following celebrated rixalces c Co Ladies fiIle4ctKripppndorfDittman the styles laM ffl g others followan S- xv JIn Mens Fine Shoes we lifecliekl U Mannss Mfg Co and M A Pac1icl Cs We guaiantee Pa k lrs bt 4 IJdand pat Colt None ar Jytter 4Snone more stylish We are sile agents for Rice Hirfohina rWa1 fr King Shpfe every pair 1V air J tJ d t t ff timi water T JOThJJFGIWe are shoWirTglBia egtson therf stmotisr r Schloss Bros CTothingr also selCeCelebrated Well worth Men andaruPerfection for Boys v If yoire4tw need of a Suit or Overcoat we caiiz1d- wi11saveroU money t j r iIYDursVery Respectfully n J I Cimninglmi Duneai 00 S SK5 1i SW o 1 iJI F IS JOHN S McELRQY GENERAL INSLRAWE A6ENT i j1 jV k i OFFICE OVER PEOPLES ANK t F T i During my bsele fromStflceW E Grzgsby or George Neikirk will attend fd any businesi 11for mea a J tt I wIIIMt IN lana Q 1 2J for rvf FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy iregulates the bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint I May Yewcllo Owuahoro fays Ovr baby wii CtkIg aw- sI Iemt4Ibeonc1 ti445lMIsScY 1 1fI a apd INfrS Ai T LOYO uU1 cn LFLOY1YS DYSPPSIA iABtETS wj For ssc by C j Hcyd PhUrlDCISt- ll iJS5b MrtIi id Ys llae Aa t5 5dh t aEt MISS FLORA LAYTON fsiIjj TN WU wit Ii Ir a ika nt Cukkr t l tkesIgnt ftUm iatetfroatbe i d T KUk Jkajk For ytars Miss acted M csshkMV JtxlBC the as t J I esW r of JIM BaD k ot Yeilvllle I hkP tvpdcr jdlrectioa ttire late sX Laytoto Her taltkm was under Iv fIIb IfcSBclers IB the state JuriuuMM and at the same time one li tlMt SMSI goastrvstjLve e1fMa tk Iwalc was reorganized aiid I Iil uspsu sfttc the death of Mr I7 the oris Mll owner MIss Lay I a w M04ss0Bsly elected cashier J jwKikslly conducted the bus flpsi fir a estsple of years and entirely 1 11IsdIt1r ihtrlnf her fathers HI fXtot people of YeilvIIleand f Msaty especially to those having deal kt t JnI raoftA LAYTON r I At the Uak Mtes Laytom has the Mssx awl geod will of all SlIght tcI LlMslM omelnu11nner this fI1 i6w C Isdy te at home in the office ot 4I a bank sad as yet no man lias beet p t te overreach her In a buslnes I Iay HasdllBg thousands of dollar ki slay awl helac one of the owners i 1 tste kk Miss Layton Is nuostenta t ss te ssastter and affable to a t Marked degree 1 Jtbe is alike a society nnd buslncs tfit irsrtte aa4 enjoys the distinction pt listac the ealy woman cashier In Ar SSMSS If indeed not Ju the entire tfeef Her signature familiar In the i Lasdc banks would indicate a per with the directnesst tluft belongs tt aj 1aro anti progressive buss woman St Louis Republic- r Hati ftM d Mew te Wear Them t1IatsaMtt hoW to wear thewthis 1St rrikM Society Butterfly would luak K i4 text for a sermon on the art of CM Tlie most Interesting subject tth whichl a writer on fashion hntoj f t ett fe perhaps millinery Every we 1 f A ta wore or less sensitive about her it gear awl with the bcstof reason cfever AjaerTcan herself an admlra tMMer was heard to say that the it by far tbe mot Important pnrt f a WMUHa coBtnme A last yens wa way pans muster If crowned by MMrt and becoming hat But the hat- LIt H wen chosen Notl per cent of i rMBra IB this country have th ape Mca of what sort of head gear select Mos1uis arc like n flock of lily sheep A certalnsljape and style tile latest from Purls isiniincin45iT c the world arifl Instantly adopted by ev iry eihtthln tall short young d j lalB or beautiful Rules of choice re bard to give Women with long kia faces cud narrow foreheads should rear large flat hats with spreading r iriBM they require the wide effect The bert stout dumpy type of woman ritb 1ewbfttthlek featuNs needs greater care In selection Sin SIyea iescth of face height and an air- tt reflsed Importance Her hints should ikw lite wide but they must neither be lat aer too big nor too recklessly over II0M1 with trimming And may I add- bat old faded careworn faces look brir worst and not their best when i femett ted by white tulle hints ermim VM and wreath of roses or vine eavesrLo don M A P Be Cemf artable- Take a leaf from the life book of yoqr Brothers girls and be comfortable i vea seek wmfort at the expense or we beaatr for What 3ou loss In one fj will be returned to you on the In taat threogh th6 satisfaction of the edy We wouiei pay too little njten lee te the demar ds of the animal too tcb te tjte de Buds of the mode Illffb stecks tlgh shoes heavy skirts rahit weighed doFli with mbersoIpc l 4besY do very well on the waxr wa4el I but flesh and blood must pay ibe peaalty and the penal tics of phyt caldiscomfort are sunken eyes sallo klfi lackluster hair and the toss ot aJ I have no more Lervous headaches t Jft id test very well at r lr tt b aight r WltMi a woman tuff rs from female eekaees WI irregularity prJother forms fwINealy dieeas tile effectis cer MIl to fce ssarkecl In her nervous sys taM tile geacnl effect being as in Mrs Weedms case nervoiw headaches rest hiiaeii at SHhtw and a rundown condi I tM e It is amply common sense then which nitvoucu the female weak 4 feregMkirky etc you will cure the ereeNeea sleeplescsess andothcrcon icss ef wowaaly disease PSwcesPavorite Prescription cures die wMstaalr diseases which undermine- the jeasZ lseidth It establishes reu Isdty sYks ettfeeMiBg drains heals lssM Mtts and ulceratioB nail cures P ftttHAi wsskBs It cures headache innrttMsuM sleeglessness etcj by cur iug the wsiiissjly disesses which cause st heigiS- c flicfcwossen are invited to consult Dr TSstrot Iqr JeHer frt AM correspond ee strfedt pcirate Address Dr ItV Iue NYtic IWtliMr Uwa mtefitl te you for the i bs tctire from Dr Pierces Favor Prssia GdMen Medical Dlscov Sc w kH Mn Jtnf E Woodln ofMlllcrton t Co X Y care of Bos Not Fora k I hd beta troubled with female il ar hed krarity rct slgt isd lalKtan nIR toWII 5w uSsr kgtirec boleks Favorite pie- Idsm fCrii MiSiail DUcov t r 1 i hare no Ywdtat NedifftbYft4 rI Prtscriptwo has the tasti apWda4to wosssji to ibt cesa 1CSdeaIydieiL Do wot I ssi wdusosm ad unprored asfe =bits place SJDi Pees P1eMEtt1IeII sbookl be osedvitfi Favorite Preacriptioa wheM nsr a laxative ts Rq ulred t f 50 cts and 100 C J WJLLTHEB 1EPTOSIZED PpBT g field KyTHE l1Ltabiuh Ps 1IIIsei uois curve hna rougunifss beauty cC hUe which Is the ehlefert charm In thy womanly tigurci Tire tri umph of hnind ovef unUter sounds well but no amount of control wilt IIkeep a barasswl body from evidencing ttIts sutredntl and many a very mOdish ymmg vromsurls notable not only for her style but fOi her crisp temper Just being all round comfortable physically puts you at ease with yOur- self and time world a statet of affain CfnSlderatiOnIlttsbpfb prcnikfnRt Taile Talk 1 have sometime thought that break fast should bo srleken from the list rf fauiily meals and be served to the In dividuals of the housphold In vacy of their rooms so frequently does It locorae a joyless feast Uuloss greatest care be taken time breakfast theI ble becomcsn veritable duuip where each one unloads the grievances of the night One tins not slept n wink an other was scared bj n horrible dream a third nearly died from an rchlng tooth a fourths of a depres atmmkanti Soon If tpjUwrgnuilvenlng details bo added jieful dls rnty of dress tousled hair and a sour disapproval of the weather the news fliRt the food tht most ap pctlzjng breakfast will pull oh the taste and tub day will be badly begun More important than the matter of aooklng Is It that the family gather around the table cheerful Joyous and In abounding gocd spirits Good digestion waits on those wlo season their food with laughter rind fun and lr we have cares and worries it is wise to let thorn wait until titter the matutinal meal Mary A LIvcrmore in Success lGollI think vromen golfers nrc rs a whole time kindest nwl bestt natured set of peopftj have ever inct They seem abovje time petty squabbles and Je1lusleswhlth are frequently met WOUiCU1Beln else but strict attention to their favor ite sport One of time especial advan tages of golf Is that it affords splendid exercise without the liability of overdoing It so prevalent lii other games jsuch as tennis and hockey Another advantage of golf Is that it cap be nlaycd in nil weathers and by nIl sorts aiul conditions of people from n child oft few years up to almost any age Provided one is suitably dressed rain dtos lot make much difference Itaa btdi agreeable at first but one soon tenrilsJo get aeyustouietl tojt and- make the hntof the situation Uhona K Alair In Illustrated Sporting News 5Po3d Test hat to Eat gives sOme useful food tests among them the following Whon purchasing coffee gather a little In the palm of 31u land nndpres3 fiftnly If It sUcks together In n ball or cakes In lumps it contains some adulterating substance Pure coffee falls apart when hand is opened Butter when heated bulbles ned burns Oleo margarine bolls cheerfully anti 115n distinct odor Tiny booklets contain ling red and blue litmus paper are to had at the druggists The bin 1be will readIly jli tcrminO whether milk Las iMgrn to sour maul vjil likely to curdle If used In custard5 The rod titrips ire useful when soda In time recipe IT too much is willed Sthe red papr turns blue This I3 bet ler than iursswCrkS JnTarous Veil SA GonijnnI physician has discovered that the wearing of tight face veil may easily produce skin troublCH Tilt nets cntdli and hold the dUt and entrap nfl general Impurities of the air nullS so unless kept perfectly clean they danger iiot only the complexion but the lungs The dotted nets of course Cannot be washed und they should reasbnnblt wear or If they shew any evidence of Kofi Other vellsi Can be easily cleanedf bythipph3gI them1lnto clear tepid water a few drops of alcohol havo ben sprinkled They may 14 Cried by stretching over a pillow J The ThroatSTlic beauty cf tIme throat can easily be prpservi l by exercise nut u little tln jiiid as no lung sIovs hr ravage efii more quicklyi or surely than Hits tpmirot tlii btnlyjt Is wbrth while ttak iRJt u Uttltriufip wlfj It fin ouzai vjios uecfc lit too aluvidant sotld In tJddltldn fcj pprjuatlcesercls ufash o1d triftXto r Ikrost utt nIbtt ft 1S WALTHERS 1 o f PEPTONIZEDPORT r Takes Right Hold ana helps back to vigorous health A pleasant tonicSfoodcontainingthe elements of nu trition in easily digestible form Doctors have 1 long prescribed L it for invaciS lJids cpnva- Jjescentsand p weak or run down people sizes HAYDCN Pharma istTwo Sprir1 lhcprl d1smillblcal1c l- c1hcnrdC1J1fttr Ien1ra massagmg wztt coawcuw mini ritbblzig wllhulcollol Pur ascrnwny- iietk hot Wtt ruuc1u rough tow1L- ieshoul uscqdDont Dcx It The divorce IJA are doing a howl Ing rrisiness mainly for the reason that women say Yes to a man whom they s0ailjey know A girl should be ati quafiitcd wIthin min for at least one yifar Even then she may make n mis tiike Jf she lias a single doubt con corning her heart she lakes a great risk To mIl unhappily Is to drag a grJy shaddw after ours heels the rest of ones whole life Uout do itChI cago RecordHerald He Orhtlnql The attractive rrcuiah Is she who hasP the courage to be herself Originals are far more worth hnvIii than copies women Should develop themselves a3 nature would have them be and not stupidly ttry to imitate some other mem ber of their wc Whom thy know tob ndinlred by the lords at crcaticn Irax Sea Hornx sop will remove nil kinds of spotst from floors carpots paintM woodwork ele IflR easily made hr saving alf tet tilts qf soap whlcli accu muliite In the hoiiseirokl and boiling those down with a fewJuaspoonf uls ot Iwras until tot bcbmbsa Jjlly like sub commeiTlals the deslgna thin by wllich the oneiyctic fair drum milers for h IJIs Iou s are known Ii England wntre they are meeting with a fair degre cf success f Clover leaves ontllntsJl had slightly filled In with darning jitltchcs make n pretty seater jile igii for pillow cover of linen or othur washable materials Varnished Tvcodvork should IK waslird with warm water to whIch EonutPa huts beu added SilkoHne squares are admirable for Csi ircd tcrs aud many be regularly laun A Prince Cd vnrd INland Legend Then Is a delightful legend alhong tlii people cf Point Prim to the effect tit wlun the lKn lislr attacked the French fort at that place a chain ball from one of time attacking vessels cut time stwpJe from the old church located on tile very point In failing It toppled over the promontory and carried the bell which it contained Into the sea Dwellers along time point affirm that from time to time the sound of that bell conies over the waters at eventide and that IfS phantom tone Is ever n warning of a tierce storm or some im minent danger to those who make their living by spoils of the ocean Don aliens Magazine ST Done Felon A physician of Iargepractlce says he has found in egg the most efflcaclou cure for a hone felon He uses It in this fashion Take a Hrsi egg anil crack the larger making Ii hole Just big cirush to ndn It tin thumb or finger and forcing it h otb egg as ftr as voslm without furtluT rupture of the shell VIi oil tr that runs out brtuia lianilJccnhlif o oft cloth over ill and tlngcr remain over night i touKriiliy j felon Is cared If not nn otlui mi1iiftiomcimmshies it KrJoyinrrtSo Sport j Yfkjiwr Tufgtildly callrd Fwrddy come and take this behsty thing off till Irook While hhItnu dSijpiigagpd fish from the lion and put on a fresh bait lwuldy yawmd dismally ThatV lujt makfs fishing such a hoiihV lu wild Oijte in awhile you ctilci one of the slippery things don- tyou1nuwStniy ilt A nrhted Stories 3Jtn 1FnggMummnivmithi was always a far slgfctnl taint aiul his vcntunhi were ul wost1istiuriutmy suwrsulj IVlf Hr f wjTat good Is be to poclety- Re will pn uioiify for tjH Iieathen- tljou iiHL of urtlf ttwasJut he never set the sf7wlng right ut home- lr1 eald he usri farsIghted mau 1 rirlJtnct1 Thy TndjjptYoii say your wife bit Iyolr o vrr the bfad with a plate t JiasJJHTtpjsah Till Judgt Ilut your head doesnt show itSl mtult net you dent ouster see dot V14teLItet The judgment of Hall Calnc Before time hand of fame dropped her laurels llghly on his brow to speali 1 poetically Hall Cnlne was a published render and iin that capacIty held In his hands the fate of many a book That his good judgment was not nltbgethci infallible Is shown by the fact that h read and so it Is said rejected The Romance ofTwo Worlds which soon afterward was tiubjlshed and became the success of the year On o nc occasion a bVddlng author managed to gain access to his fflce for the purpose of submitting book to him fru111Ifor perhaps twenty minutes Then he gave It back with a few words Of sug gestion aiid criticism I do riot think Mr Carne said Un ambitious writer that you should dis pose of my ideas In this summary fnSI That book cost me a years labor IIOIT said Mr Calue My dear an Impartial Judg would give you at least ten Tile Senmatlon of nqiicrer The sensation of hunger has not ben easy to explain The new theory of n German physician is that It is due to emptiness of the blood vessels of the stomach and it Is pointed out that bun ger Is appeased with the rush of blood to the stomach following the taking of food and beginning of digestion In many nnnjmic persons who hyve no ap petite when the stomach Is emfity tthu blood vessels nre really congested In stead of belngj empty Lack of blood in the stomach In health nets on a spe cIa nerve which is a branch of the same nerve trunk rts the nerves of file mouth Gmt tongue A stimulus applied to the tongue as by a gpico thus In creasps nppitite while dlsqusi affecting the nerves of the tongue may produce loss of appetite even when the stow ach Is empty VhIt j rrj In time Press of New Zealand may be rrad this startling rdvertlwmpnt A father desires the services of a trustt worthy lady to udinililstcr corporal niuilslitncnt to tils throe girls State salary roferencOK and experience A year or two ago this Spartan par nls ifpctls wmre anticipated by the nlnuJHhtrfjullnt In the London flergymahs wldoiv- dlsciplinariah givOs Irssoiis to rtuly hays and girls Advht letter Ion ctinsvKatinn 15 ikl cor u incilt from 8s M1 Visits rllii itfvurd ing to distance ttesI4hlr1dtafthr r Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders 1 Habit Worse ThanI the Dis t Dr Miles Nervine Me Cured When the nervous system has been sbtIt by the use deadly utrugs there is torInxI feel so crateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that I must cit it for that part of humanity that yearrImorphineroself as it the only thins that would give caje and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in suchagony knowing it about the only thine that would give rshef resist itl I knew it tu a terrible habit and knew of its deadly Irasp but I never fuUy realized its sIgnif cance until i had uied It nnumber of montHs Oh the misery of being addicted to sucha habit I icsofved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to any such demon About this tune I happenej to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine advertised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine Now however much per sons may doubt it God isjmy witness I am Ifeelsuffering MATTIK PlilLUW Prescolt Ark bottleIddztuDrf HOUSEHOLD HINTS Camphar put In drdxvcrs or trunks will keep away mjce To clean zinc wash thoroughly with hot soda water and then rub it with a flannel dipped In turpentine Wash new glasses In cold water for time first time or two and tlwy will have a much clearer atnJDiiraiiet than If washed In hot If milk happens to burn when you are boiling it pour It at once nto a jug and stand the jug In a bn 1or cold water till cool when It wiil probabl be perfectly free from nil disagrpeabl tasteSThe following simple inelhcd of get- tIng hmedust out of the buttons hi fur nlture acts like magic Take n pair of bellows once or twice n week and blov round time huttons he dust is ra moved without Injuring the buttons For a quick first aid In removing a grease spot try dry cornstarch Often It will do the work acceptably and Is always safe to experiment with even on the most delicate fabrics Dust off the first application and Tepea once or twice When you wish to keep bold or baked potatoes warm for some tline lay a towel 1nota colander wrap It snugly about the potatoes cover close ly and set inside h saucepan with n little water at the bdttom Jep Just at the boiling point J Arranging th1laIr Th girl with tile high forolicat should wear her hair down low over her brow If she has a low smooth white brow she should brush her hair welt oft the forehead A Madonna face requires the hair parted In the middle V t The girl with an Intellebtual brow or a fair sbar of youthful beauty cnn at ford to draw her hair back In loose waves sans pompadour or pU1iund coIl It on the neck FOr elderly matrons the pompadou Is dignified and stately rind It seemi tolucrease the height of stout women The round shapely head looks well with t soft puff of hair at the nape if the neck Every woman should study her own style IIf she looks best with herhnl tow then low she should wear It though every other woinau In the lantiIs pll Ing her hair on the top of her head A wlse woman never curls or frizzeS or overdresses her hair if it Is beautiful of Itself Kitchen Economy How n lilclien should be arranged nod whn should be put In Jt are cuSsed In Country Life In America In many Ways the kitchen Is time jnosi Important room In the house Econo ntj of steps Is economy of money ani the kitchen furniture should be ar ranged In the most convenient way possible There must be some appll unccs to remove tthe odors and steam of cooking and time hot nil of time stove A dark kltcjien permits n large amount of carelesl work In thp prep aration of mcal ffnd isa constant Ir rltation to n good housekeeper Ex tend the windows high to allow hot utrifb pass out and If possible have them placed on two sides of tIn room The cooj outer air will rush in at the door and tliQ at uosphere of the room be one that nnyone will dare miter An extra flue in the chimney and n hood over tire kitchen range will con vey the odors mid heat from tthe room nnd reducethls difllculty to a mint mum IUlIinT Day wide Eacerclnc hall or a vacant roOm young people may take necessary exercise on raIny days by playing time old fashioned games which are again lUisogneot battledoor and shuttlecock also the pretty graceful game of grace hoops which1 was the only Corm of exercise besides dancing al owable to n girl In the days of our n atgrandnaothers It Is really a better forni than most of the modern physical nlture contrivances A wooden hoop und two pairs of strong sticks n foot and a half lu length constitute the out Ot The hoop Is about the slzebtbne- on an ordinary kitchen pall is made of wood round nnd smooth or else covered by winding n strip of cloth tightly about It The game bohslsts In the players projecting the hoop by ucnifs of tsp sticks to her partner nt the other end of the room who catches the hoop on her sticks and returns It ITile Value of Work Work Is often a blessing In dsgulsc Misfortune has developed imfny nwor iniin who othefwlse would never have known her own capabilities and there ire hosts of others who might be vastly improved by iraVlng to earn thplr oOtm bread and butter for awhile They vould then jparnj charity that Judges more klndlyK Thy would Ienrn geiiei1 slfy that gives a yord of dicer nUll lends a helping ImivU They would learn mercy that sees Only the pitiful side of Ifes changeful and ever cbahging kt eldoscopc They would learn the lepths of human longings and human lespalr and above ill things they voultl learn that time Is bob the slave iud ihe mister of destlny Fancy Potii Co er nn ordinary flowerpot with glue then roll in fjlndnnd see that is quite covered On this put a spray ff leiyes made In putty nnd leave till jtiitc dry Go over the sand with gold lalnl anti color the spray and time in side of tilE pot with a pretty given tsln either cmufiel or ordinary oil fl lln1 If this work be done carefully time result will be very pretty nnd It wilt probabii Inspire you td adorn n irainplpe umbrella stand In the same nshfon Into Use bottom of the drain ifps fitt an ordinary baking tin 1u- tllllt It so thatll does not rust A Wluuer 14t Shes a troaclierouij thing assorted tile girl In him InlgroyWhy re fixnl It ur between uathatt she was to refn e hltji If lie ptopo ed and trscn made a bpt with him that sue wouldIitChlcngo Post The V4rld Wont On tldlat feel hurt dltlIt hadnt stopped D4VtR way de world has hpweler an lOrI laps It dont lJq no hilrm to find how mighty little we amount taiDe rolt Free rrcsn An Author Explains Mrs Marigold Ilcftv do you happen to be so much brighter1 than other neo pll Mr Author Ur Author Wollcr you see the criticisms of my books make me smart Kansas City Journal Tw Draqingg Pain 28f Ki1ev t CIiIAOO1LT Octt21902 I suffered with falling and con gestlon of the womb with severe pains through the groins I suf ere J terribly at the time of men truat ion bad blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What tQ try I knew not for it seemed that II had tried all anti failed but I had never tried Wine or Cardui that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I hash the right medicine New blood secjncd to course through and after using eleven bottles I was a well womanS GJ Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Catdui for menstrual disorders bearing dywn pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui m her home The first bottle convinces the pa is on the road to health Itientshe in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- amWINECRDi J L AnI Itohbcdbj LIzard While valSiiij along the read en the outskirts of tiprdlghcra1 I noticed a Ktranjjptaoltyg act moving across It In a pecullnrVay On gelling nearer saw that Ylmfuad attracted my notice was ablutk ant ubotit an Inch long with brdwtr wfngs dragging a cricket bigger than itself Itluh the cricket by the head and as time mint moved backward Itdrew the cricket toward It NyhrTe doing so H entered tho shadow cast by my umbrella aud instantly re leased its hold anil got out of time shad ow but KiUlingthiKewas no danger It returned anf selztd Us prey ngain by time bead mind reco uiiPiicid Its had ward movement A tow wall mn airing t side rbtd and when tc nut got withliv six fort of It a common brown lizard appeared on tin1 top of the wall and evidently soon cUJKht sight of nut for It nm quickly down time wsHl and to Within tiorllt of It whert it crou IhttfVor a spcoml l ox two Ijke n cat ready to siring and then ivhtargrd the anttiipparently butting the crlckef free wltlr Its lira d Ilcfprt tpant could r paln Its hold ith liam izetI lie crick Un Its mniitli anil Fisted up the wall In direction from which It orlxlmrl Ily appeared qn the nlJleaving time ant running round and round moving Its wings in nn agltafttl manner vainly searching for Its lost lireyNatureS v2ia a 1tPttltldn One Sunday a teacher was tJyng to illustrate to her small Mholars tIme JtSi son Return good Rf 1110T make It practical she said Suppose chi dren of your Srhaalmatrs should strike you anti nest day youRlionld bring hun nn applotljiit would be one vrayrof returning good for xevll To her dismay out little girl spokeUI1 quickly Then he would strike you aguln to cet iimutiuranouISl Sntnmonliiz Sleep At all times a pwfect mob of Ideas and words sfahds at gate leading to thei mliul4rying to get li VhlIe we Witki aud arc ane sayS a writer in Everybodys ilagaziiii there Is some king thill frauds at iLls gate and lots tlJljJin t keeps ing away with Get back there Goon away It is this inhlbitlve Ynailty th1tIkpeps us sane lint In order to reach thbgcniral pariyss of sleep we have to pass throught a preliminary stage wherein we are as foolish as lunatic Vhx n the sentinel at till gate of the mind goes off duty for tile night the mob of Irrational Idias and words pomes ttrooping In ojujsj when I woulU Our sleep dolibenttrty open the door fr ray mind to tit r nibble turnlr r loose upon Un tronpC cf unrelated words and phrases ForI sonic reason orj ttlicr I find that vocable bnlemrlI bra Is a good ono tostart Often a word or peitonce will repeat self wlthjincjTasing niphlity pnd shall siy loudness until it Is nil n Juuible which breaks up slmultnneoi y with lUe disintegration of time colored pattern t before jny iSosed eyes j PROP EDWAfcD PHELP3 IT D LL BrealestofAI1Physicians1 Eminent Discoverer of PAIN SCELER- Yc6tvp 0N Prof Edwarll E Phelps M D1L D was born In Connecticut arid graduated at Yale IIHis unusual talent soon brought him reputa lion anil prorntaence First he was elected to the pr4ss rship of anatomy and surgery in Jje Vermont Universitycxt he was ap pointed t lecture in Dartmouth College The following year he was chosen to most important professorship in the countrya place that lie occupied when he made his worldfamed discovery of Paines Celery Com pound This infallible cure for those fearful ills that result from an impaired nervous system nnd impure bloodrhas endeared the great doctor tto tlc world r DIAMOND DYES COLOItIfeathers stocklngs SYsrythlnc wsaraWtr Diamond Dyes make to look like nsw Wo hate peclal dep rtment of advice And Wit answer free quoitloni about dyeIng Send amplo of gouda when Dlrectldn DIAMOND book polllblej JII J The mm c2lc JExpci infants anti What is Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant t contains neither Opium Morphine ior other iNareol substance itt ago is Itt guarantee It destroys iRTorni and allays Pcverisliness It cures Diarrhoea and SVini Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coiistinatioi and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulate tt Stomach and Bowels giviiigr healthy anti natural siMf The Children jPanacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSi rf Sear the Signature of tj H t r The Kind You Have Alps Bout In Use For Over 36 Years v iu7iS JThiswhetvyou thi0k how liable you are obj to pirchase the C1nlr remedy universally kngwn ancti remedythai hiashad the larges aJeof any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure unI treatment of Jonumption ahi Throat and Ijung troubles with outloSing its greaV popuartty1aU- these years you will be thank ful ye called your attention to Boschces GermaniSyrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists f1 r others that ae cheap and good for jight cold perhaps but fur severe Coughs I3ronchits Croup and especially for Con umpiioa where there is difficult XpectoraUon and cQUEchinj during tb eniirhtsand mornings there is nothing like German Nrup Tne 25 cent se hasP just been icrtrodueed this yoar Rrgular sz 75 cents At tin druggists 0t Havdon Vronie Ssalul that the American womairs profile Is the fint iu the world lhat H I r Jo odcle4Johistory of f 1ul1I111 hauty are tb be founjl in iibutwleterthme a erase Is niprUtijly bighVr In this conTi try than ruy fhere else is an opud Question r t jlieordVal a trying one to any woman tiLtu1 It comes tan TUb fil dpliiulion ofiher profile In shadow It Is a Hnply molawl face linked which looks well liiiV shadow picture seen sldtHvny Ifenosl turns up thtf taafy t bItlln iTaj life It Is snretO point skyward in a sjlhouette If that organ Is oven a trill above time usual size It will appear bn elta shadow prollle A projpctlns tipper lip Aa projecting under lip breoinos a poslpve deformity 1111 silhounttei no mattephow slight U may bb In th priglnal Atlantat Jour nut 7 JleaiV Hunters Head hunter tstthe name gjv nto the professional assassins of the olo mon Islands The voqitlon of thC l men Is to pioifure the heads oF thocp whom they at4 hlredto muideii or to sell the victim for sacrificial purposes Sometimes tin hienites of a manorrer n large sum to lo paldln the imattveslmhl money for the heittl which will be a proof of death nun the headhunter with cold blooded and unscrupulous methods lays ijils plans rrcqugntJy jrreat cnntlon Is neces sary The Intending murdorer will worm his wnjf Into time rjeudshln pi his vlctlni m1111 long period may elapse before the opportunity will ar rive orthmn fa tnl stroke It may thus happen that tin niwdewd nnius death will have bidii jcompassetl by one whom he reTarded as the closest anti tnostlovim of lutlnintes Surely thll juost hatefjilIOf all professions fol Ithc for tilt Nlkl of grain 1dot Tirbts ShmeI hear vihe stork brought some hlng to your h uethe other dayr He proudly +Yes Indeed She Vf course Its just too cate ueIcp it IsrMwo cute thank goOd gerIl I Tot PalnfnlCptjKl- Xo mattVxwliqt t you gOtto pee a doe 1rIhlh4 now is hritr Y llJe alwjiys makes you cough up1 Erchaugt i I Itroo2 and MonCyft Sho A fool and lhis money tire soon Haried iItZruie nil n fool mind Rer niohpy tre soon w1dSitl Yonkers Statfsnian Till milD who Inhl1I men HIT ilara liad 1Lt1ltlii+ ilslUriiiajiV a QlItlclah audit iu to In love Aujjustjt IOy123h J f l i SWw5h 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