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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t r i 4 j 1iHr NWUtDrR S n fii If i zrjik i f New MV61xi No r 2 J t SPRIN FiELD WASHIGTON j t1Q T1BiNTtr JAN TIARY 14 1901 k tj j Til iE4iLt il t 1IM BURTONSSO UNIERTAKERSIAHD EMBALMERSj Try in StoJ tt Jtln- H6i 53 e jI OUR DIRECTORY j riSFRtNGFIED county i atofIl miles southI aslilaton Co tySf 1 iit tJ4 ftQB5t Ues from isTiHe ok Birdstown branch of cjsfiUe dN ukyi1Ie railtoad in farming aid agrUblltaral district 0kste1egr1 aad elephone oMcelottrmi11s lumberI n a eM Lr4L opatIeIllOO population of b145OOI1 Hon DRepreseiittiYe Coagress J Smita HodgenTille Ky KepreseatattTC ia KTeutucky Legis tare HOB G A IVoaoney RepffiscataVivcia State Senate Hon Ptzrycar clmbeUsvilleJCv iC utyDIrSGtOl7 CIRCUIT CdURB Citc l Cbttr begins en tne fourth t3Z1I 31 UI b uaryay and Octo x ScE Etecfl vdge W H Sweeney Commonwealth At raey Y aJpbe11 Clerk v 1t MG Leachuii Master Commss 7 QUARTEKirT COURT ffTarterly CourtS heldion the third hfondayln eack onth L BI4Lit1ey31cigeS v COUNTYCOUXT fourth B County Cc irt meets on the F Monday ietck m ulhi kLLItseYgq IWF Booker CbuntT Clerk V- TSMayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer s r Byron Croake Sheriff J Richard Isham Sidney Osborne R R Mullican DepuUI3J Ed Masters James F Moore County sn1vrYoc Jr Royalty Assessor 4 IT p OBryan t eguty i IILRpbe4Noe =1 3rW Busb supt of Comm 2D Schools P0 Springfield V CITY COURT i Judge James R N ePOlice i Jii GC131tr1t tfF Griffsby City Attorney I 3USTICCOU T Jnsticc Courts are held bi airY April July and October Church Directory CHURCHIBAPTIST Pat0r ser cyS J canQu am and 700I- t Aices every Sunday t 11 Sunday Schoolt 9QOPraye pUi night at 700 Meeting n Wednesday 1METHODIST CHURCH iI Services 7Rev JDWardPastor tbird SundaYS jneach n the Firit and moitthatll a and 730 pm Sun at 10 amSunday dal SCtlc every Prayer meeting every Wednesday nikht CATHOMC CHURCH Rev P F Henne Tstor Ser at 8and10 oclockSundayvIceS every atStRosesane hours m Services CHRiSTIAN CHURCH Rev FeUx Pastor Service Sunday ID eoch second and fourth mouth PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Sunday at 11 amreaching every l and at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday it 10 am prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock X jFratemal Ordea f =f 2IASCV1C LIItcldlodge N650 meet second Monday in each month No 57 Wash1U ton RO Chapter WS133 every third Monday Springfield Council foF2 meets on I4 tvervviQurlh Monday KNIcWrjof TiBdACASEU Mcclg e1 1ii VUIUi61Vnttcnol1 == 1rAMERICAN SILVER j f I J fl L TRU51jI I N j DI LLaaM rCQOtp ws X MII i ft j 3s t 1TFihvCJThiyon tllIQwe IiIli r cw as NfiHH iNVWV fi ww IIHH iA ROUND Of TJILIIII i t Bards Vgari IJ The poet Vho wrote Beautiful Snow V V Was an artist wel can not deny Buthe wrote thelines of that lovely kpoem i On a redhot day in July nj J And that beautiful song iou often 1 hear In thGoodOldISummerTime Was penned the first day of the glad JAndI J time t 1iii Now isnt it strange these things occur y Why is it thywrite so out pf sea spa jc r Its a problem I cap not olve myself Ask All Sorth the reason HSG ANKS Thb banks of Wash B ington county which are the barometers of the financial weath r at the close of business for Ilasfc year 1iow an upusual state of prosperity The two Springfield tanks and the new battifeat Mackville show an ag gregate amount of deposits ot nearly 450OQOI All of these in stitutions shjow good earnings alsoand their business bas been steadily growing for several years not only has the volume of businrss 61 the farmers and me chants oJthe countY increas ed during the past few years but the people halve begun to use them more as pedjums for handling their financi l affairs The large tobacco crop which is always considered 44cash crop and which is nowsold at home is also respunsThl l VQr large amoupt of the mobey vhich accumuli t 5 in the banks arid which eventual ly finds circulation among local peopJei Li I V NDEB CA VAsTlic grow ers of Burley tobacco in this county will be interested in the following report of an ex- perIment of rowing tobacco under canvass in which a good deal of interest has been taken A special frOm Lexington saYd Ed Downing of this eountyhas jjust sold the first crop of white Buriey tobacco ever raised in- llssectioni under under Canvas He realized eleven cents per peund for about4OOO bun s which was a little more than half the price he expected The ex peri men t however proved to oe a success as the quantity was about three times the amount usually raised in the open Downing will raise a large crop of the whiteiburley under canvas this year l wIt tr1 HE RiiBUiLDiNiG There is mpch interest expressed over the plans for the fqture of St Catherines academy and the many friends of that institution arc naturally anxious to learn of any steps which are being taken towards replacing the handsome an J commodious buildings which were so completely destroyed by the disastrous conflagration of ton days ago That St Cather ine will rise again there is no doubt but whether literally Ph enjx like from its own ashes and on the same spot is a question not yet fully decided An effort is being made to indUce the management of the institution tp abandon the old sitei and locate the new buildings nearer Spring field where it is pointed out they will have the advantage of a water and electric lighting sys tens public tire protection and where they will be more accessible to theralroacl The suggesz tion of a removal on the other hand will doubtless meet with some opposition especially from fome of the older sisters and friends of the order who are in fluenced by motives of sentiment which endear them to the old location It is there that many of the beloved dead sisters of the order Ho buried and many otherassociationsanImemori s are attached to the old site The removal of the institution to Springfield would of course bene fit the t wn but injaany wajs it would also benefit St Gather lees To have it located in less isolated phce would necessarily cr advertise and benefit the schoo which has grown to be of first importancp Itis astonishing to hear of how few petfplewcrej familiar with tbe magnitude of St Catherines and since its re rceht destruction there have been found scores of citizens of this county wbo had never seen the place and who had very littla conception of its size and impor tance This condition of things was diieto its out of the way location s tr TN TTENTION There have Xs been few happenings in the state recently that has at tracted as much alteotion as tthe dreadful calamity resulting in the destruction of St Catherines convent and acaddmy The Lou isville newspapers have devoted columns of discription apd pic tures of the famous institution and the catholics of Louisville and throughout the state were aroused by the event and meetings were held and morley and other things were contributed to a relief fund for the fire victims Asiis not unusual where so much iis said a good maoy in curacies appeared in the newspaper ac counts In the first place the Lqulsville papers exaggerated the condition of the students and sisters wliio lost their belorgings in the tire and thereby did the good pepple of Springfield an in jusjHce Some of the reporters whlo came out on the special train made it appear in their ac ounts that the girl studentS were still suffering from lack of cTothing and shelter and that the arrival of the relief train with provisions and clothing and doctors from Louisville was all that saved manyfrom suffer ing The truth is that every rstudentvhad been taken care of by the good citizens of Springfield and all had been provided with clothing and made entirely comfortable The provisions were not needed nor was much ofthe cl thing used TheLou isville donors of these articles Were doubtless prompted by the kindest of motives but they evi deritly knew nothing of Springfield or her peope that they shpuld suppose any of the unfor tunatq students would be allowed to suiler The Louisville papers took little pains to correct the false impression and give the Springfield people credit for what they did but that their kindness was appreciated bv the recipients thereof was made known by many grate fjii acknowledgments i S tf LAY3ROOKE R ep resenta Vi tive W D Claybrooke is far ing well in the Legislature haying been giv n good positions on the committees He has been appointed Chairman of the corn mittee On Codes and Practice The Courier journal correspondent says Will D Claybrooke of Washington county is a lawyer of abiltyyj is a youngiman of high principles and is among the leading members of the Houso He has also been made a member of the Committee on Railroads WAITED We would litioto ask through the columns of four paper if there liiany person wbd has used Greens August Flower for the curd of indigestion Dyspep sia andiLver Troubles that has not beep curedand we also mean thdir lesults such as sour stomachl ferment twu of lood habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon dejt feelings sleeplessxiessin- fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries and we wish to correspond wfth jou and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried Atfgust Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing If so something more serious is the matter with you The 25 cent has just been introduced this year Regular sizo 75 cente at druggists G4G Green Pn WmTer Tiwtuumt- UtWoodj8zrup tOf Cww 1kW fff titM Ifc Smallpti Near Bliomf U A negro by the name of Will Neal is suffering with a severe attack of smallppx on the farm pi Mr F B Offntt near Bloom f dBeld About two weeks ago the negro came to Mr Offuts home t occutfor a short time As the weathrI wlfe1wasI bislconsentII subsequently the developed negro a case of striallpox gnd a urII ally Mr Offutt and family are somewhat alarmed Efforts have been made to get the county tu thorities to remoye Neallto the pesthouse or take someXction in regard to him but it seems that the county is unable to do anything in the matter owing tqa shortage in finances Neal for sometime past had been working in t he coal mines in Tennessee and it is supposed he contracted the disease Standard Sae From Terrililpi Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbllt of Bar elton Tent saw her dying and were powerless to savd her The most skillful phy sicians and every Temedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surley taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first botth brought immediate relief acd its continued uje completely cured her Its the mot certain cute in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed Bottles 50c and 10 Trhl Bot tics Free atC J Hay dons Drug Sotre APrisoner in Her own lloue Mrs W H Layha of 1001 Agnes Aye Kansas OityMo has for sever al years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in prccribedforbysuits A friend gave me part of a bottleof Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely folIov the the directions and I wish to state that after the flrsrdajl could notice a de cided change for the better and at this time after usIng it for two weeks 4have no hestitation in saying I realize that I am entirely cutjed This rome I dy is for sale by 0 J Haydon Pharmacist T baccoIA special to the Lexington Leader from Augusta says To bacco ian the Meson county dis trict Of the Burley bejt is selling higher than it has since 1893 A great many crops have ben sold to the Continental TobaccC Company in the last ten days at 10 to 12c per pound in wet conditi n and many farmers do not care to sell at the above price Of the many reasons for the advance in price the most probable is a short balnsfrwith a succession of short crops for the last few years leaves manufacturers and open markets bare jot tobacco compared with other years Another reason is the light weight of the present crop On account of extended dry weather tobacco in curing has dried now until itis far ad vanced in curing as is usual the first Pf July in former years Ifhe Continental Company seems anxious to get hold of it abov prices Their manufacture is estimated at seventy per cent of the output and farmers for the second time in a decatle seemed to be favored by circumstances Valuable Property Sold Master Commissioner Hughes sold the Warimon property Mbn day auctioneer TM Cardwell H engineering the sale Bush W Allin and Nim Buster Jr bought the mill near the depot for 5050 The residence on Cane Run avenue was oughtbyI CD Thompson at JarlieslMallon Malon1willcottages on4lie lots We undpr stand that Messrs Alhn land Buster were offered 500 pr gi ium on the mill but refused itI They will employ a first class miller and will ruriytbe mill day and nightHa1rrodsburg Heralds hen bilious try tdOc of JhamJ berlalns Stomach and I iver Tablets and Realize for once how quickly 1f firsitlaei uptodate medicine will correct th disorder Tofilelby CA HaydonPharmiclsl t J Taken Care Of The Courier Journai has this to say of the sisters who were thrown out of a home temporarily by toe burning of StCatheriues nUns1whotliespecial elief train from St Cathenno Academy at Spring field ltcsn a criticali l condition t t at StMar anti Elizabeth Hosp1Jttal Pear iis expressed at t j theIII terrible throughwhich s p 1 lids passed iPor forty years Bister Joseph ihe has been an invalid When sHe was being put into a carriage tjie lught of the fire die horse sTarfed and she was thrown to the ground sustaining severe bru ises On account of her enfeebled condition the shock and exposure have proven serious and it is feared thatshe may not rally from them Si ter Adrian who wallced through the snow to St RipsVs distance ot Joe mile is suffering from pneumoniai but it isbelieve l that she will recover 4 Several other nuns have severe colds bordering cn pneumonia JUt their condition iis ndt CQI sid 1ed dangerous Sisters Benzen ta and Dolores who also dame to Louisville cm the relief tiin and who sbent yesterda- ytith Mrs E W McDonal 723 East Chestnutt1eft llast nightj for Memphis where they wilt enter ttfe Dominican convent SistPra Erances and Mary Pius who have een at Holy Rdsaryr went with them Sisters Benzen end A1 bertha are sick frdm the shock and the cold Both are vejy old they were taken in carriages to onceintosleepffrs the trip will not result seriously for them Bor almost half a century Sisters Benzen Alberta Delores i1Inuts at St Catherines of Siena During the Civil war they acted aknurses for thfi wounded soldiers orfebtfasrdes aod their servrces during several yellow fever epidemics when they were sen South were of teat value To each of them the less of their home bYfire came as a blow and this with the fright and expos ute has prostratedtbem WANTDTo distribUteyour adv rtiseing matter and tdck signs Rates 250 per thousand Address fA Smith Spring field Ky j FoidafciirefoiMiiestion I use Chamberlains Stomach litd- Liver Tablctzforjndirrcstjou and flid that they suit my case better than any djspepsia remedy I have Over triod and I hive used many different remedies I am nearly fiftyone years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almo tanything I want to uowGcc W Emory Rack Mills Ala For sale by GJ Haydon Pharmacist Organized The new Legislature for Ken tlucky organized at Frankfort by the election of the following principal officers In the lower house Hon EliH Brown of Nelsun was clccted Speaker defeating Hon Herman b New comb Of Jefferson and Hun E E Barton of Pendleton in the caucus Jas E Stone of Breck inridgi was unanimously elected Chief Clerk and Ma ion Pogue Ci itt nden county Assistant supordihatageantat Arms Doorkeeper pages ec were filled with littldjl Jxcitempnt In the Senate t Ajiers i l notisuffersforf falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Vigorhtir The hair stops falling grows t long and heavy and all dandruff titydisappears t lVirorl Restored fiMsf tAnt Gmnllufor Poor Hair c Senator J Emory Allen was elected President t pip ttern William Cromwell U of ranklin Chief Clerk dWO tones ofr Grayson Assistant Ol rkAHI the State officers were inductedI into respective offices exceptt Governor and Lieutenant Gov inauitmispuer of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland appointed Ex Senator R C CrenshaW prominent i farmer of Christian county as his Assist nt Atefj Closeg CalL 1 stuck to my engine althou gb every jointr ached and every nerve was acked vih pain writes C W B Uamyalocorapv tive fireman of Burling on Iowa HI was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a boUje of Electric Bitters and after taking it J felt as wellr as lever dd in my life Weak sickly rundown pope always gain new lifo strengthland vigor from their use Try theioi Satis faction guranteed by C J Hay doc Prjce50 ents A TestMet Dorior Never lqJthe way noroubleto car ry easy to take pleasant and never failing yr esnits are DeyJtis Early Risers A vtal ot theserlittliepUlsin the vestpocket lsa cert a guarantee against headache blllionshess torpid liter and all of the UJs rasulting from constipation Tfhey tonic and streng tqeq the liver Sold by all Druggist iasIllftNani Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salye E 0 Dewitt Co of Chicago discovered some years aahevto make a salve from Witch Haz 1 that isaaoecific for Piles Forjbliud W edinff Itching and prodncing Piles ecz tnOy cuts burns bruises Find all skin diseases DeWit s Salve has 90 equal ThiSas given rise to numerous ivorthless onnterf etr Ask for De Witts the gertuine SoldI by all Druggists WH BTliigHinii BiCk1ftrlrrle 1joli llrpgil rp I- B rdsown left yesterday for toeIgoes to Dringttb this place Wm Vagner colord Charged with robbing Wilson Cafvert also1 col ored on a train betweBloom field Rna Shelby v Jll e severl years ago of the sum of 150 Wagner was arrested for the crime and twas released on bond of 200 Soon afterward he leffclhe cQunty and could not be located until a telegramirolis came asking if Wagner was wanted here MrPh lips will gob way of Prankfprt ip ecure re quisition papersfor Wagners re turn to Kent cky Bardstown StandardI Gt Aller1llffflll IOYearn Bi F Hare Stipt filiama Cycle tong CoM ddletowD p Buffered for tea yaarSTritli dyspepisia Heap iuIt hilndfedf of dollars for medcins and with doctors iRiHont reciyeing any per iaaneut bonefit Hesays Oner night while feeling exceptionaljy badI was bout to thr6wdown the eveningpaper when I avon item in the paper re garding the merits otlodo Dysppsia Cure Icooclubed to try it anti while I had no faith in it I felt better after the Second dose After usreing tw6 bottles thanIJitvebeenDyspepsia Cure to myj friends and ac quaintauces suffcrinff from stpmach trouble Sold by all Dtnggist Auctlon Sale of HoMseholt Gotls At my resicienJeni Main street formerly the Hq jd propertyL- will sell at public leon t SATURDAY J UARYIS Beginning at 10 Ojclpck sharp a lot of hpusehold ad kitchen cur niture 4c6nsiatmg of a cooking i range piano taofas chairs spits of furniture qitejeqswarb a1dJ numerdus other articles tt Terms Cash Mrs S JJMCBLROY S M Qampbellt Auctioneer j Will Seek ReClecttaR i A special from Washington says Senator Joe Blackburn an noun S that he Intends to be H comnr a candidat4 for anotner term lathe Senaie He sayrshe will make a thoroughI1trcanvass 6t tl he Stafe carrying the fight into every icountyi BTe said the f ght would probably begin ttt the next State convention and ohouldbe so far jas he was con rnedi vigprous but clean If IbHYJSpppiittojp Jthe Hrsbal not cpflaplaim It i been my observation with thirty iehj1urmrput aside and Shelve tho4e who have been In the liarhiss longtrs If opposition comes Ishall proye to the people of Kentucky thai I am not top old to represent tlwsm in the Senate I Will be in the coming Presidential campaign andtnen in nay own racer Senator Blackburn inrioun ttfafc he is for Gbrman ior the Democratic nominaiioo foe PriMli dent 1 r STEOKUESI EviDEcEOP tmI ThatoHyomd4r Cafarth lit Spplitifleld Whpnoneof tha most reptb3t concerns fo BpriugJSeld puaniatec I that a medicine will effect a cure er they will refund in+ Money it ap k volumes as o the m sriti of thatrejee dy It is in this Vay that Wood iCampbell are Hyomell the treatment tthat has made so jmajj rernarkabl cures of both acut and chrosic e tarrh in Springfield land vIcinity Hyomei is not a pjfll nor is it aliqwtd that has been to be taken with a tabi spoon or wineglatf Just breath itb y tie aid of an inhaler that coa f i every outfit and binefll will be j fromiheflrlt treat eHt It destroys allg riaUfc ft tJwair passages ant lung alldeJlriQ arid purifies the blood fr kTo 4itialozone It cures carrk of the k d land throat or of the atomatch Hyer and kidneys Wbeeyeraeosaaub- raze coatathicat irrhat grmt thWe Hyomei Will do ts work lh Jiic When using tbic tratit the air you breathe willb found lIe that oa the mpantaini kS aaIHtV tUte1-leyftJ l where groV b l a f eplants whicji sialct tke akjMirc bI- ivingoffvohitiIe imtlwjptic fr fT iKft thatja bealinptp the respiratecy 81 gamti Jplete Hybiwi O4ttcts bi t 100 anA Includes aa inbtifr4rQftt and sufficient Hjyoasei for eyeral weeks treatment ii Remember thatjif Hyoawl de i act cure you Wood 4 Camjpbell irltaii fund your mos This i ia food time to care cataiyH fcy this aUral method and prevent fcatarrahal tok that so commoa il thiseasoa l Mi WmS lOraije of aliforr ft2rhwyfiPain Balm which hYdid a4 IteCt- ed i conpletectre For sale lby 9Jdaydon U1IJ ist te n New f J From the EnterpriSe frjawrencedien trid J4i S Lizzie Cathertne fhomi irtre united inmarlagi at oly 0roM Tuesday s Wm Hard4ty of RkIkhas purcHaseot differetr ties 3 00 head 4 tattle average weight 915 pounds at 8cnta These cattle ave tteenrpnt OB slop The bans of matrimony were published for the first jtime att St Augustine church this city Sunday bet een MIM War r Eliza ODanie pfSt Gh rlw and Mr John Blacdford of Lebanon Tlebride electijs the daughter of Mfr Edward 0 Janiel the trader Jijlr iBlapford iit the son of G B Blan ford GF PughU of Ra wick O 15 mules at 1J80 per hd Mr Hughes also bought of Ben Butl lock one saddle mara for 100 He also sokttbTom Losdon ic head 1000 Ib steers at U C6 per wj r ToATKmlPSofl and Ef Vtj HaghesTof jRaywjck old to Sanders and jODaniel 30 m- uatl2Oper htia ohnThoaap a son of the same plice SQl4to YM paliguftarya 1 J mule for 143 r0 JustIIlCIIi One Minute cowg Citr glvi rUd hncrobc which ticdes theacwait bnrne causlnr the coaifa atd at tb ame time clears the pfclf at driw ert- he InflammatlQlB aid heak Mtin the afEeIed artiij Oa Ktaiitet ota Jt Cure strengthens thejMr ward off pnenmoBia and aaa JrtrmkM aad Jnever falling crtre la all e rjiWe aus pf Cought Cot4saak cxouoxiau- te Cough Curfis pl tokeKahnliBss sad good alike loir yew lit and old Sold YjaUDcIlK i q JIfJl I I Is display 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duns Dru SUeS i J4 1 U LMG PitTJWa ruJE wMs p J JSM fsta14Stt now the United States WM Bettoa Cotiiaaon between eaJIUItE Weettbrk1an4 Usury bIdsJtW eTCBJNot9 1 imover t ha BJDe W State sfiwet and ewe l4iD bdajvee4to dlseeis wltk w4 Istha- groik ab9s Mied Th 7iiLTh iIttleafter e1 t1tJIUWoodbrld wha mostp- ad was foMttd demd onplac l Bo4k were ffeatteami ot sodsi position ThIliipuQsrtIh4 Olilam Phlll1Pl1 owarrijthpsi- ster lM Faueul4 btoai fanoes ball W t1IIte d 1dii ea tMlI1Jo wat 7 wi t rcbant centiyectt iftuitted 1e partner wIth J MMtb ii theaostacthemerebantsoCtbes1Ileary i the eolse jot CabskIgea IIrMrrMlI okkr thorn Woodbrgs v lac at Ite UDM of Wi n lair cp1e4ed hiatwstttldW- ojdbridge was the lobo r uCnel iIOme dlstkuctlou PM of the tn4WrtatjikuFha ks formerly been tettibd a tbeza11atrj ai p tor in Groeo a 4 tJ be pke oi M Ihi grOhlki fIfM Vswm 5o- fr bbs pst elm oWetl tllDe a puw ei 5iafl swords tMtbNiIe1Yss ffidMf4 J1i1f11r1W fell mrtall IIOt J1Swas aLq1latb the l rcsi GLIMu- aad hterFn o fsqfpfQ4- e WI cips to tMePip II Brittok nM noTwr thee tfiqi iii tN barber sad b rr tk tIfIIt the next oniia Md tuJP yJnters tile iIeibpijof timferttuMtt IDSSUSII fljUftt Jhis wsy to Vsncs wl eek M dfiCln B to tlMlL a yt r of grief adrokea =ssk OsMis ta tVns- 1t7 pst4od tar tbs two i fa Leohlrptbu d tort IN 1nj and tiflari aa4 the TW nrrt Br1II i 4 asi wU struddn 11 JsJaijo- uedtbsTflflttoIt ioW8C1 tbf at1PY1h4t tfw watetesded r or maJIttr cl t6dIA1 auat sad the sflJ hiI r JtMaMM 9rtndl y in tbedipcids of that century ffcaftal mSw f baklIIiI a riiiusr 1siNlebobi it ua asked LIat 1D af- n 5 elleQc Th IEUIIC- IUllbt cow1 durJa s perfiraidiCe ther isar 1tod a coutergaftes with flIp Mat tteppdd playtag tt be car nsked what wS iWbpn the wApehw j1aid m Thetsbtthe playlo Vii NEWSLEADER + ysaovJiG pMNDeKYs- i DAV130H Jr Jln Jut wR IE N I aM4t4a iN i 1WM qrebCtC rsI I4 I = LJdtr USl IJtPo ws 4 1 Y JAJKIAEY 14 1H j9 Botioft tb4 M Worthing- MI i MI M biUoM MmbM of the Id jsjtaf IMM trodueed a bill I i thdyetiin Iw ml the Jwi fgwaure T I few NfBirtc tb publication f Osi1 urt tS1tfld nt k r3 Mital e1p the tdtyMwIpper j t w m iwet m MMTIJ othe reaching ii tboM Th chance r uittojjaahndre4thatrwrtkyiWothiuo u r1s t4ebghtof day iAa dif it tver doecowe ihMlil W bred again bte 4T rteoyerjr Kemtucky is f Iy feekinf in laws that mwip pt and vet our i ttei WfriewJly oh ho It 17O I a prer peope t is erUkmi ties ia their r rsI r prtiiat KMitvcky LegU Lfer will bt a record breaker d jJ tlM tob r c bilk introduc Tl fcnt r4fnUr bill day I i T hi a load of measures iUy la tM Hoe ThereI 1 w esabQtt 110 bilk introduced ll bofe taijM i clt diaiT annm rW the mos important meas M ftfcftt will ccoapy the alten j of tit Ltfrifltwr dunag the i i ttioa AthiwaNaI- illk1 ii tM HOJ Y Mr opriatitlrlOOOOOO cts rtetbM of a HW Capital j1 i Cfrtn expenditure of bpoo wuiuallj fcrlou years H Q4L 1oIan Gordon distin IIate3n soldier and sttortr dW at bli hoiut 1ori 4 kit Sftarday He was oisiMUMkr inChief of the Coi i irsVtraaaandoneot the JrriaiilKIHera1s of the eJ4catsayt Gen Gordon i4doire perilaI than any 4bc ii matt to heal over the betwe tt the North and I Ui kftby th bitt mess ot heciyiIwa- ExGor Jh YopBgBrown- Ul atti hota at Henderson ioMky aftis long illceci of ropeyc lie waa oo of K nl ci oat briilit sins ard la kk yuvttger days gained quite iMal reputation as an orator aeIal V Tfc DwBwratic National Com iU met jin Wiuhiqg4on Tues 3t I Mil ctteciiiMl fijt LouU as iwhichi to hold the tii Ueml conveatkHi which v M e Awi to JMH July MejVMM A HWHML was re ttc 4JM M U U S iwtc ty the 4l Olii I tWt r inetsy sylepI uulsr aN Vlmt Ieet-I w the nearest yotI te tofe bfibear aRked MM wte tthrajrfl litort rery tlilag eeL- r ItWM tt el Tte4 for tile port fA WMM adPc1Y4Z 7000 ukarra of MMlc iM 1H cwwera that Ira 8 to make ebS wie e WWpn It M fIIl tile Ltsmu 1 Mv M ttrfnic tiMtiTM a etear ease iitj1 Thu dtUat ff tlKMxh I J t1I M 1 iiCkseoMUeL ILhd II er S YM ilL 1 IT the riU1tl MCer eeT Si be 11IwtMt 1M bst b- wwtr W7 I wM kap ss N7HH bi 5W S = I sMs auss-jaLd a y 1IIiIdMic 4 pe WUrrtla I aa DI Bcehcr Ta ash Sirta fatten have failedI ifrtBMrta and the pfor t Mrricd at aILNc r i is3 v- bi i k News From The County k I ttflaMPMIIR rt Amon tke County PcpU I r 1 tlasRtfrartexl by ur C rr siNiitiit 1 JUUU1I aaaa T aM JtJI J Asiit Vas been some time since placeIJ I bow the bright jewels In this rcsingIOur liuatjing merchants are doing a good business for the be ginninf of a new year j p oflS T FranMfn opened a full school here Monday and his sister will assist him l isH5 Sweezy and FranUTin of Anderson cob tY are attending school here M Us Annie Claybrooko left Saturday for Lexthgtbn college ProtEeTI Franklin and Mr John Claybrboke were inAnder son county Saturday and Sun day Mise5 Bculah and Frances Itsey entfcrtained quite a num her of yduiig people at Flinch and Croconole Saurday evening in bonor of Misses Kaltie Beg Iley and Annie Logsdonh Misses Georgia Yomy at d ESe Kimbeilia spent Saturday night with MisS Delia and Cur dye Nelson The Yonng Fpks Columbian Literay Socie y is very enter tainin and progressing rapidly Msees Mattie Begley and Ann Logsdba hvve returned to their home at Fenwick after a pleasant visit to Misse BeiJah arid Frances Li tsey Hubert Kimber In and Clar ence Goodb left Jklonday for St Louis IliUsboro Z P Leachmansuld a number of barrels of con to Will Brown for 240 per barrel T W Suih rland sold several hogs to Young fc Co for 385 per pound r John Armstronc bas recently bought several crops cf tobacco from different parties paying frcm 0 to 8 cents per pound He shipped severall hogsheads tto Louisville lnat will be sold ibis weekS t Sam Montgomeiy left JIlast week forLarue countyt to vi5tv his sister He took a hog that weighed about 100 ponncis5tied pn the bind art of his bUgy to his sister as a new years gift There have beeo several cases of Icgrippe in jthis v5cinityrbut all seem bejiiiprovMng Mrs 11V Sutherknd who probably had the severest case lS sowly implovingjO car Shewniiaker who is a student In a rimedical college at Louisville has reurned t his studies after jspendipg the holidays with hjs herF M Shewmaker and other relatives here Oscars a very bnghtand and energeiic young man and was always an assiduous tudent when in school here and hi many friends are rbnfident that 1he will nLikl asuccessfiil pTiysiI cinf C W Oder has ihoved his n1 ily tohsn1orne at Jf Fenwicr and J H Settles family have regret1Loo1 T community they were among our best citizens faithful Sunday school audI tnd we would have been glad to have retained them but tfhabv s llose FcnwicJc and Poortown 1 1Jon formerly owned by Mr Oder Mr Shields is said to bea very successful farmer and comesIhighly recommended W J s family a hearty u ell lhiniandhtrust that there stay will Lo pleasant and profitable MrIrler Brothers aUo of Tathan has moved on the Hckerson place recently pur chused by Ean Sales Edlr W Ezra Sutherland will preach at Love Ridge Sunday 411 tle ncembers arecainpstly requested to be present us busii neiw of importaiice will come be lore the chujch t a c Ballard Settles had rather a- misfortunelast Tfmrsday night while at ending a pound party at Villiam Button in Willis burg Ills horse either slipped the bridle or some one turned hinlooae and the young man ws forced to walk home a dist nce of several miles It took bjim hunting all day Friday be fore he found his hose The young man has met with severall discouragements while paying his respects to a young lady of that community and he now says that he is of the opinion that Providcnca iis working against him and that in the fu lute he will turn his eyes in an other dilect ionof nomiinatet out a number of ilhstandnglthe and especially the sheriffs race a d if one is to judge from talk R H Mulligan will be a strong candidate through this cOmmu- nity should he decide tQ head a tbatIonethe fight for a certjin office and while we are in no way interest ed in the primarywe do feeltolsay that if our neighbor to become a andidate that he is conI1ider lliSIrread and vigiJeat worker in the rinks We have rlpt seen anything from Po in and Forest View for some time We are lost to know whattas become of those pppu larl cOI respo den s Their letters were rlw ys filled with choice news and all were delighted in reading them We they are not going tlutthati adieu but will coma r ing the new year We hope too our Pulliam b oher win come real often for it is always a very interesting letter We arc sorry to know tht our Wil jIsburg correspondent has said good bj e for Wb atd incJned to think a morespipy writer and nes re porter would b hard to Had LILACS r Canary There was a muscal enterlain ment given at the home of Mr and Mrs J A Hardin Tuesday niglitrlhose present were Misses Lena Purdom Myrt ROb- ins n MayLanham Lula Logs dun Susia and Ada Fenwick Lillie and Bessie Sweaney Rosa Anderson Pearl and Almaf Fen wick Jennie and Margaret Lit sey Mollie Taylor Retta Barker Hattie Logsdon Lee Fenwick StanleyLoydWill Yankey Fiank Anderson Lev Brown Lon Barker Ray Logsdon James LaiJham Bery Wilbaui Lev Fenwick Steve Begley Wallace Adam Richard Lankford R C Canary All presents reported a good lime and the music was rendered by tbe Yocum band jMrsej Bertha WalsJon has re turned after a thr e week visit 1in Mr ebauon and Mrs Elvip Yaste vis visit4 Mr R C Canary Sunday 11 last Dr W H Shields spent Thurs jay night with R C Canary 1Mr G Robinson has re moved to the propertyowned by Mrs IJJza Spalding Mr atd Mrs Will Bohanon returned home after visitinj friend and relatives in Brad fordsville Mrs Nannie Fonwick and her daughter Pearl Miss Lula Logs don and May Lunbnm Mrs V A Barker spent Saturday with Misses Kate and Ella Tobin t Mr Lee Hiatt and daughter spenttFridaywitll very low fIMr Jim Tobin bought some corn from Mr Brack Yase at 2 O a barre Mr Richard Lanlford of Simstown cUed orj his best girl Iaracarnph r Rjdierei Initantlr or Money Refunded ISORE FEE1 1 BUNIONS Pevt wdliiir Allays Inflammation It Cools ItS It Cures Mc5cjootsS Atan For Sale bYCJHaydon Sunday evening Mrs W T McMillen Spring fled spent Saturday night with her daughter MM J W Bark erMr Sam Goodlett and Mss Maggie Yasta spent Saturdays night and Sunday with Mr ondl Mrs Bra Jc Yaste Tatham Springs a M Moss bought of Mark and Dee Shewmaker about 10000 pounds of tobacco t7t and 7 cents per pound IMr Elmet Keeling and Misa Lizzie Denis Mr Elms Kay and Miss Sallie Denis Mr Berm Hoskms and Miss Nettie Searcy were quietly married at their homes iin Anderson county ast Wednesday May they forever be happy and prosperous is our Wish Mr Theodore Hall and Miss Mary E Pinkston daughter of MrBai y Pinkston a prosperous farmer eloped and were married at Chaplin last Thursday Mr Elhha White and James Keeling bought a trop of tobacco ilrpm Richard Carey for 7fc 1 er pound James Scott bough some ccrn from Bacus Bojktr at 2 per barrel R C Pinkston and Walter Pt rkics ca led on their Lett girls at WillisbuiglauJ liursday night Larkin White has returned to I linois where behas been living for some time C C Foster bought aj cow from Johnny Owens for 2j II Mrs Dilly Owens and h6r son William who are visiting rela tives at Blandinsville ilL are expected home soon N L Scott bought a hog ri Thomas PratheV for 42J per hundred- t Tobacco stepping is the order of the day Owing to the dry weather there has been very little tobacco sttipped and sold in this section 4s the crop is very short abd the quality is good the farmers are expecting better prices than they realized for the last years crop James and Thomas Scott bought a house and Jot from Ua ndel Nicholson for 225 Possession March 3 Singing school at Tatham Springs eyery Sunday at 3 oclock 1Rev Bohanon preached to an attentiv f audience last Sunday at BrushtGrove churchy YJilIey Hill f We are having a severe s jilter and most farmers beJive tneir grain is JHu deMessrs Moran and Crow sold fcueir tobacco to Mr H M Moss lact week price not given Misses Delia and Lydia Virgin visited their sister Mrs Edward Goaley last week Mrs John Virgin and mother yisited Mrs Tom Reed last week W E Ellfott moved to the liouse vacated by Charlie Lewh Jim Sbider has moved to his place near here jT C Tatt1m has purchased abput nil of tie gpcse in this vicinity at tOo per head lsit1iogert Moran this week We are sorry to huar of the burning of St Catherines as it- isi a heavy loss tVthe conimanity aswell asto the Dominican or der We hppe the work will goon rapidly toward its reconstru iiou LGIJESSWHOt Forest View Joe Nunan who has been con fined to his bed for 8eYerai weeks with cent pneumonia is now convales George Smith who has been sick all winter is now hustling around among hisi many friends The Wellington BrotherssCn1 tertained the young people of the neighborhood from 1 o clpck until 0 Saturday evening The h ly banns ot matrlmoty vera call d last Sunday fur the first time between Bert Smith and Miss Carrie Smith The burning tf St Catherines has cast a gloom over this entire community Great sympathy is expressed by every one for the good Sisters and Ilope the rebuilding of tha institutkn will soon begin year tbre Us scajeIEvery here about mad dogs Proverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems tol vork though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh AVC say give them Scotts Emui sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing5 about it Scdttfs Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as e1caqscite1 to their wants For all weak and pale and tthin chjldren Scotts Emulsioni is the most satisfactory treatment We will send you the penny J e o sample frjce He sore that this plcturs Ifthe form of a label is on th wrapper of every bottle ot EmuUlon you buy 5COTT BQWNR Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5 c and zoo nil druggists T v Fonzy ODiuiel tells the follqw log He had a little dog to go mad and bite a pig and iin nine d Y5the pig vcrt mad andlie expects others as they all run together Clay Gardner has moved to Penwick Al Sn this moving in his vacant house Dick will moVe to the place he KeeneI o Mrs K Mattingly Ed Cambron and Tine McIn tire Ware at home from GtitbseiJhe- sbool1ast week T McINJIRE Mr WillWheatley Kansas City w visiting his mother Mr BettieWheatley Mr Bob Corbett returned to Louisville Monday after spend ng sometime wih relatives Arthur Corbet sold his horse to Estes of Leb3non for 140 Ihear Arthur is expecting to lo cate in Louisville in the near f jture Every one seems tobevperftct ly delighted with the telephone Mrs Dock Bland forJ iiout agaiiTafleri a few days sickness M WalterRiney of Davis county is visi ing relatives in the surrounding neighborhood Mr J B Hill had a fine sow to die last week IIPleasantt Hill 4 Mr Willie Rose has retJnrced this home it South Elkhorn after several weeks stay with relatives here Mr Rbscoe Gibsoo had the misfortune of getting his new bugg torn to pieces last week He hitched his horse carelessly to the fence and the drso be came frighfened and broke lopse and ran away tearing the buggy to pieces Iiss Parale3 Royalty spent last Monday w1thMrseJM Royalty of this place Mr and Mrs William Fcster of Battle visited the latters rather at this place Friday llast- Mr Joe Burkhead bought Si lafBurkheads crjp of tobacco at 7 cents per pound tIt 13 still bad weJthr for the Oflourin general the prices are satisfactory Some are Waiting for Mr Moss of your town but will not wait lobg torn is being delivered in the crib to this part qf the country at3 per barrel Tbe Tatham Springs Milling Company has had deliveredI 500 bushels fron Sp ncer county at that price j wtT u tcrPl Honesty Is the best policy quot- the hypocritical tleucoiirnnd I wish fcould make everybody rrnllzi It brtrdIWouldnt jrey The KlBortrilcer One of the greatest f surprises for a countryninn on IUx Ilivt visit to a big cUriA to lean thnfthpf floorwalker does tuwnUil stonDzinvlHc III Corn mercial NetVH In Auntrullu with the icsceptlon ofl tbo dlnttj or wild dog here li no beast otIiy 0 y 00 Sole Agents for Old Hickory 2 and Studebaker g Wagons I iri Iliti f N 0 fC r j tj J 00Jf1 jzlc f 7 1 j jt We t of all to suit I tb r for d 3 our br fi J Gear h nk a f Cash Disc H rIu f fit 3 HIDE and FURSs Pliwr Chilled Plois i 1t s B Webster nua Jenny Llud The following quaint story of Daniel Vobrftcr and Jeuiiy lIiid Is told In VifihInjhon the Capltsil City It chanced that on the dtrdCw Jenny Linds nppejirjince sevcntl member of Iho cabinet aud senate vcrethp gusts at Uancr of Vhe Prussian uilalster and the concert was ihalf over vhefl Web steraad the other miiubers of tin par ty entered the hull When the ap plause with which they were rm Ied luid sabJldid tie stcotid part of the concert vak opened by the elfted Swede with Unll Columbia Deeply iiioy ii bv the patriotic air Vebster at the Hose of the first verse rose and nddtd Ills rlrli Sonorous olctI to the churns ills vlfe who sjit be hliul him pullojil nt 1hs coat tail make him styp Inkle but at toI close cf each verse the vol4utiHL r Joined In and none oid tell vhether Llnd Webster or the audieuiv wast most delighted As the lastt notes rtle ROUS died away Webstrj battin hlhTd made a prpfound haw to tcdugtreJcuny Ihld blushing at the honor rourtesiwi while the nudlejiee apjihiudeil to ythe echo Webster not to lbe oudoney in politeness bowed again Again Llud lUrte lcd the hou e applauded antI this was repeated nine times The 3IeaalnKof The use of the yard mess fpr dining room Is a remnant of a custom quite common In AngloNorman times Mess from the I rcnch wets meat Or a dish of food aiidttie Latin mcnsa a tnb1ec was the meat prepared In common compare thq collegiate word row mons for our persons sitting at a separate table Quests at dinners nod other ceremonial occasions jwerc divid ed for general convenience Irtto such groups j From t1fti the word came to e used us equivalent to lour In other matters Shakespeare speaks of Henrys four sons us a moss Where tire tour mess of sousT and In Loves Labors Xost we find I fconfess that you three fools lacked meto make up the mesS Kroifa the fact that soldiers nnd sail orff are always entered t1n compa nies according to rank the Survival of the word among them Is quite natural The same practice is still maintained In the London Inns of court The Lemon an Medicine Tile value of llemons In the treatment of both rheumatism nnd consumption now hizoi toje very great The treat meat la to begin with one qr two a day and gradually Increase tbelnunibor In one case of rlieuiuatLin twentyDye iQinona n bywere the Qose for n time As a preventive of lllnrss however a half a lemon n lay Is all that should be takrn tttlIs lit taken every day rcrlu Jind rture out A half n lemon in a cnp of hot water tntn hour be fore breakfast wlthoflt nay sugar will nnnihihite the darkiTt of dark broiyn tastes In ones moMth If you make n practice of cjiMng nrofe butter jyid sug iar than Isgootl for you takip lempa had MIlfe ntsd the SJan All the energy of lIft JJj derived diLl mately from the sun A little of this comes lliVairectls through Ugbtning which In ntissjng tliroughhenlr forms ammonia nnd oxltle of nitrogen These being cacclid by nOn Inlpthe ground are the constant source of Nitrogen for vegetable and Indirectly tor animal life A much larger quantity of energy Is well known to fn taken direct from the sunshlRe by plants mid n ed In their anabolic prouwes This energy Is tipproprlated by Mimals In their food and whether In5to vegetable or In jhp animal it assists Ju any alterna tJoultortthe system before It is com pletcly dlspvrsrd j rood iud Xervon Troablcf- I I I have tblrhUIjJ of knowing many mint nieli In the medical pro fession jjndj tir advice In nlnt cases out qf ten tc nit Jihdlukeas much nourishment as possible Numbers of otiitrons brrnltown are entire 1 cureil by what your correspondents vould tl1 pvoreatlnsr In rill nerv u di rdirs froifi vblch so ninny Buf T In this age of keen coHipetltion the itf rwiujly is eating more than Is wlilngy ivqiiinil lomJon Telegraph TIE FAMWS ilffltTILtS For quick relief from BilioiuiMM Sick Headtch Torpid Uvtr Jfctfn dice Dizziness and all trouble ark Ing from an inactive or sluggfch liver t DeVltts UtIle Early RIsers are unequalled Tjieyact jicom jrtly lad never ripe They are so Waty that Hist apkMMwe to take themOnia twa act as a mIld iuatIv two oriptergact ua fhlcasant and ttfectiv entHartle iTVtjr are purely vtrctawt ami aieohmly Karmleac THey kdetltfa lr rtmiito wr C C DeWitt COfCbiMitto t Headquarters fo4aii FARM i MctLUR tIS tet Iffiplomdilts I and Field e6dsBllggies Buggies gralles purchaser Columbus Buggy 1Calhmd OodL SUPFiESFOR h tuornuifrMn5wClLSTnllsuith Early Risers = I i Jthecryfagr cure summer CbSjjI Myr velOw beb was 1rUt nuts teethlal ilLs boWdseeT BcICOtft1 Tilts IfaYe srssousit Owens Pink I Ie 1fttI1c sti- 1 kb Ie onIL fI4 I f e Mi l eak free attnM TMR FLOYD HlHikaNe CO 1KT1MNT JNKN S SSM j IFr sale by C jJ Pharmacist l J 4 1ixlnr7 s nON A resident of FloiIdS tell tills story of an old negrq who UJIUL tquWafclft maker with the twobands ifa dock I want ycr to Dx upicse bnn Dcy nlut kept no correct Iti mc for mo den sis muffs Well where Jstlic clock WsPcrauV icd the vatchmakcr Out to my cabin lInt I must have the clock Didn I tell yer dars nuHn de mat ter wid de lockceptiugdc bans An here dey t tL511 Jess warit e ccckso- Joa kin tinker Itnii xharje ujo n big price Glciuie bick dew bas And so saying he stafteitoff to find on honest watchmaker SIpauna Ten Dooln Charles A Danai onct JUl enlIst If 1ra Indrsptusable bC irneTIey wete The liible 1cDrchtrt tlon of the Constitution of till United StatesBancroffs His tory of the United State J Irvings Life of Washington Fraiklins Au tobiography Channlngs fEssay on Napoleon Ion pnrtr Glubons Be lline mid Fail the itomiiii Empire antI Tnrbeirs Early Life cjf Lincoln I Lack of Force More people fall from JHCpf force than frojii lack of rtunlty ftlya Success nlitofJoroPPO well educated or lack of force be a q In his vocation A man or vteUian may Bucceed without cdu tlon but not without force wi liput capital but not without eneigy Jtp nothet IVHktcVer Jq yea ever have any ttjbutfte with the plants whqn ydur wjfq goesaway asked the hatchet faced mart sadly None whatever replied the beer ful chap They always a within a weqk after sIte leaves and1 a have to do Is to put them away uiit she conies bqci Cincinnati ComUiprcIpl Trfb UOl ane Oat Strousr at the Kttd Chlppy l vas not at nil up to the mark lost tlfht trtt to ss somehiItg agreeable but coutdiTdO J somehow sp nt Inst I bade the lgood J Jones Ah then you did sntmage to say something agreeable after alit Stray Stories Jrt MalJclonK What made lure faint ked thp sympathetic old Indy t Madam replied tin ar ftdm- fsogynlit 1 1hyjthereWasi gw young man standing right bcljlnd her Town and Country j Xol Moarnln Mrs SuUurUn The feocs Mr tousli iU11 IIs she In Qiourhjngr for her late Husband Mrs uJIt1o pnl1w veirlpg blacU for Uim CnclarjKiTlncs tftr IrsIbHak MOW717r in ancient times were fol lowed b3 prqfessional njioutners who simulated the appearancx ot the Avlhl est grief The custom survives Jh the valley of Sondrip 1ft tIn Alha Tiref the women db notrollowttitofuuehvl but they group eis trance of the In honor tlie thlmglltcstttttttho iiry In size according JtrtUIrmourncrsl ulatlon of excessive srhjf r If a1 Eryeceis Thts- Ifit rtiiMi w the Jlrst BjiBjIjiy of 41 worth 1f teortlly eeMln tsraiM atwo tbre ot tbe IJ Will it ta 106M owe kwy mlw It hicenn ry can jit hrtenrthi 9tua 4ji ANMri Md It tM rein Juppea te lilt ltt 4 arste4l day the other rainy SuDdayf follOw ask natural coo equence 0iie cdlacjden has been noted too often to doubt that it J l ftWe e1l Coal1in Any Quantity 1l 111 frora B t11tIc J Car1oaj Ma 1iII il J L l ifihandle Agents examine riess Work Buggy Robes tsI1 1APadforS TOIiIdO f f up pfcskias dI MIMkIesessripcka F PFLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Haydpri Slakespeare Independence of r be d hfncpisj pf ttndastoirnsIn reehi7eaIstLxebange A Ic I teeAr iH T ifKi5tsboy3 aud street urabsro fleaf j rine adnillrabi f clcrksl Thttwaj htyr t t 1tsblngprosperous business men pfeA ner innd began as iipysboyfC but p ib tblV one vejilizes l40w many workheIr way up from the gntter lQ wealth and inllucucc Theyjbeglu as hsragehi a siud tire recruited Crcm thfranKv0 t every classqf ylreqfpimln ThtMtlwItJi have been sharpened iby coutifct kith the sordid siaetJP life iind by cbsi JIlion In the school pf the tnt+ jiit y jnowthP vaiueof frehds lgot ejcarbf to be fount 5t the dodV cf every big Tiotise ready at any iluveto ua h itfe mad always nt h nd1o pick mi rtnV umbrelhi bJ open nlloor Au i for5 he people who regularly pass la dnd cut of the doom qfs the vllAcereaii zcllt ons of these lhT ciap tUdy hare af nccustcmcd to iisee B tfn the pa roll Somebody has bought Wm a sis ftpllar 9ilt or ciothesjoititthim Nore stFetse with the peoiIf and vaitiier an3ieia l on the road that In n sitrwislug uUnbcr of cltsea leads to 5utssNtw iVilrl l Press 1 ctiihteie LIitbe t tilt The famousi Edllystone 1lglithoUtt stinds fourtuenwillcffv5 t1it coiittof LauSs End aitlsperhap tile letcelebrated In thet vforkl It Iwi rftH bQen used ls an JstratI6ix byr P0et ts j anti preachen ffor paj other llghti oijnaiv la In such i ioneosiie oc daiigijbus plafie and none costs so iuch nonejr jiaiJ JroithJc There are tlireb ket peris tvho live tliorevithtkelt fanililesl mid- Woof them ae nIas on dutyiviiils the 1hlrdvlsf ou the jHjtlHcoast ozilyIiig a vacatIon hp 1rjiitevepifc nli1 hx melt month saUh J Sane OrtllfJ jeen urn t 1Un on duty moreJlitua iw months at a time The cbnuge iajj rcqtnre rnld t abstlte3 neeetryt- o preserve the nqrve f f the kpejntin The lighthouse Jtoja ret high was erccfed ia 18S2 SeVfot 6t WXi md rises rom l esbsirgt4 rII The first lighthouse ijiw eMcte4 J6l4libi rock as long asyal iOQ btit1tytsi washed Wnygir srs aftect siid this notTepiad or a ii tkse Tii lt e pnd was Uurnea iliwii IB 1773 iIi third stood frjuijW7 telSte mji WM famous IB history i t lTh 5Cru MRTJie luSt oftiijIriadue1kts Qo wnu Mabon wstMIitt Mtiiaitf ic tthis coUeagsM kt the Irish party who plalmed the iH ilix and by wjr oC ridicnling ttlylr iHtt iik ItS to ibidrfel f ship nsured the UMHOi Jlrt three vcrsonaes pwpwly wlftil tit itthe jipc tl1o ktHiiiidthe JfCof man M IoRo TJw OCoitorDeSt i T1i4 McDcrmott The QDoitebtse 1 Gililcuady pi the Itee1o Tite OCrady f and The tYnlivan sas regitrdcd si rstL titled 19 UH Istlaetl s as hetts f ski Irlsb JnJJ llJcs es 01 wptfc es nreJ iio in jqInd nobib1yThil MeNab boas jid bIt pt- bi own it be tm fbeOI bent f t pr9tMI to rDft r cf Fda h i ii IiliLOne J the ispi Z sD4 told Ja iiwaubaU1ir4y rI iduMs rlEtlJap4os is Antesi edla SiM IIW wSi0ncr lit j llbiei Thai4d 4t t tSsd lg1- n f hodJttRa tbeni Jd outI5t Orf Intiductis tberehgishitt je apqbtd pttaJrtLt Suddeuly titus q1t jlf the OOtOf nfl r ieid 5tI- o i MrTobs but ti lit uM tkint1l1t it eutne or a ci TII flO1- tcht hit ttAktJoa Dr 111 r Ir- Ittro ai Avork us well l you cnft hOlt your toiigup you will o pngajicl bliu on Uieipot if I r r- A 0R 4 M BURTON KMH BNT DENTIST f o TEH M EXTRACTED flTHOUT PAIN oT IekiM1l 8PR GiEut iI AI1DetLLWOrkrkt1 f r I DR J H LAMPTON a oFstIotF IR Opera Heae = H I DL L JIo43I- SP1ON G FIELD KY OFFICE Dr niMharts for f JfttP 6fBc 3Yr PIOPIS Deposit v Batikv blee kours 12 to 2paa WFGRIGSBY ATXOR IEYAT LAW ONee verICOIJleshlr PRINfiFIXLD JrY IA Thlp Wlthln mj timeIn Texas and I am Sot such an c Id uiun either two stage coaches cants Ining Out twentythree IpmSdUgen3 v ere topped and all the valuables of the passengers taken one umu T e robber made theiii all stand In a ro v hud baud Over The route1 Was oi ly ravcied by one coach I but on nccoil t of the large number of iinsscugijrsni nddjtional coach was put on thtt duy1he robber stopped the i 1ffirst coach t nd wad the iwBseugers Jet out WIn the passengers lu the first conch ere 1ned lIP the spcoud jt 5voacli made ts nppbaraiice He made tim get outxiud then told them he r flldnt cSptt two cojichcs That was t n3rvtiA Jny Inslstwl on detaining Sriouh of litmon vtn fpKJils illtiipr The robber t x k all and then gave him back i0 cent mid the Jey gdt into nufj Ir r argument w th him as to thy+ amount being sutlkI lit to tnmrtl That olwlthJr sensors flu yet there were many bmve men In that caravan but discre tipI waathe better part of valor Time 45robber had wo pistols out and ready A shot froii one of the twentythree would have irausinl the robber to shoot aud several would have been killed Thats the ot ly way they lIdpkcd utitL Iforest and Si ream j Pulse Dcato Jt Time rate bl the pulse In malts at dif ferent ages as follows At birth 130 beats pbr mmuter at 5 years S3 beats Sper minute between 1015 years 78 t i t beats per ml mute between 1520 years JO5 bents i r minute etw cn202 Sytrs GO7 lteas per minute between I J 2330 years 71 beats per mInute beI tween 3050 ycats 70 beats per min n ute In females tlie rate Is from 1 to 45o2beatsfaster I or minute l Slow walking raises the pulse fromff 10 to 20 be ts while rapid running J may raise II Ito 140 This rise may lat from hal Tan hour to an hour SEating rhhes the pulse from 8 to 20 beats tvlthnit wine 131 with wine f 175 In tbe morn1ptft1Jc pplsc Is 10 I1Cjtrlilgbek than at nlg1Jt When ttie bqrrorneter rises 5 inches the pulse in creases 13 i cr minute If the tpulse- be GGGwhIU lying down it will bJ70s when sitting and 7Sii9 whcu standing While be Orchestra PlnynJi s 1 do wlsl the woman back of me would sjopk ckiiig my chaIr sighed n Iwoman at tl S theater the other lag Ever since the overture evenfff she hag beeu keeping time with her feet audbes des all that she Is fanning f the back of i lyneck and trying toiiumIa tune sW doesn know strange h some P net when theres an music out No just 4lookut tlm Ittle woman In the seton row tapping ill five fingers of one hand against her forehead Shes uncon Ecdus of ii too And theres another r Ifwoman ove there In the bpx who seems to hiuk she Is leadtrig the or chestra wit her fan The men arc f jut as bad bo Just look around a lsset be num jer of men who are keep lug meWl their heads their hands or theirjfe t hen there Is ahfays Bomejcrcatui c who makes a nuisance of hlmsblf by i rhlstling through his teeth nil tIe turn the orchestra Is playing Event you I ly denrthls toher hust bnnd+ are keeping strict time with your progrr mme while Im lecturing about othc peoples mlsconductt t TIYoFk macs r3loon IVomklp InaLunar su lerstltlous lingered until a t late period in time British Islands Af writer of th sevciiteciith century says In Yorkshire etc northward some country pe pic dpe worship the new moon on tl iir bare Juices hefliug on an carlhfa t stone And the people of Athol Inttb 3lilghlaritls ot Scotland doe- worship thMiPW moon Speaking of thO Irish h continues Whether or no thefworsh p the moon I know not but- r5 when tuy irst see her after the change a they comm mly bow the knee and say time Lord S Prayer and near the wane ddress tbi mselves tober with a loud voice after this manner Leave us as wreUns thon fouodcsL Sylvester CTHalloran the Irish hlsto riuj spec cln goC the corresponding cjisioms oi flie Fhoeuicians and Irish arfds TL It deities were the same They both adpredicel or the sun the P moon nnd he stars The house of TUrn mon wblci the Phoenicians worshiped iir like ur temples of Flechta In l ileath nri re sacred to the moon tVh it Dt People Keitiir Every n udside fence Is nowa prim vCf for the jasserby evcry trolley car Ik art ra kr Jo the traveler nod every t boarding ii trcotts fJuzQoloftY9 inanu- iiiet0 rei xml socJulproWims Today MOM rtftii tf littlcHtf only the signs and- uste1s me read newmpapersprob Wy looo roob te 20000000 the 40 900090 w could read tbcin If they isbd A few ra a ttovcls if the most piptsr ii icI finds 0fl1310011COS buy in a Bniry wlwe 40OM000 4lklllf tttfwol1WboCt jsy 4dQi y Idi tostrl1UtloM tbbbngtmt nod kapWl jlr- og Sti tiy thejroceaslon of rend +crs grovs larger V y year relatively M well at nbsoiutelyOutIoOk t H WiftH ITOWN I iiHW Hiiiifi C U iThei If 1 AM AlMtit Ynreir Friends rI1 awl Acquaintances ftAA n CFOR RENT Main tree dw Uing house loqqite at this office t BonN ToMr dud Mt5 Sam uel E CfUmentsou the 8ih inst t a son i t V tf I We Ire till in the lead for fresh new groceries lll o olcl stock on hand Campbtfrs FOR RENTOffice roQrnckrnrl Square adjoining tbej circuit clerks office Apply iiq Mrs T W Simms Jr pont fail to bring in your hides of all kind We pay cash fortnem arid always posted as to price Campbo1IsRacket We have a car load of furci t1rec ming get out pricesi before youbuy elsewheire At Oanipbe1t The NEWS LEADER Wants a good cor espondentj at every postoffice In Washington county where it is not already repre seated FOR SAti2Q acres land W mile South of Texas Ky hood improvements 95 acres in grass and 20 acres in bottom Apply o John Debov Texas Ky Our telephone will be put in this weEkso when you need anything in our line call us up wewi1l put it in your kitchon or you Campbell r LOST OR STRAYED orrtmy- place on Mackville road a large red shorthorn cow Any iinfor mation leading to her recovery thankfully received S C McGiLL Arrangements have b en made to continue the term of StCath erjnes school at Louisville and the Springfield pupils of that academy have gone to that city to continue their studies Mrs S QMpElroy will have a public salidn Saturday morning tof houssnold goods which wjJl iinclude a piano and mafiy ther good and useful Articles Sale to take place at residence on Main street LosTbn the road between Springfied and Valley Bill on Tuesday Jan5 a seven foot log chain and a halter rope Finder will be rewarded by returning ame to Robert Hints Valley Hill Ky If you want the best egg producer on the market you will find it at thepoultry house mon ey refunded ifyou are not satis fled Keep your iowls healthy ifyou want tD sell eggs t M H JONES j2he Jew Store has left town After a trial of about six months Mr H Lerner the proprietor mad the discovery that Spring l wl1storQj of goods and departed for some other and more congenial fieldrr The marriage of Mrs Marga WhJilimtIJl Thelatnd Ed Mattingly of aidstownII and Messrs C W Evan Hagan of this place The widow of Ihe late John H McIntyre died of the infirmities due to old age at per home on Eardins Creek about five miles west of here on last Thursday She was a highly cultured Cons tiaii lady and wa he mother of JrJ L Mclntyrje of Freder ickstowri The funeralf seirvices wereheld Saturday at Smocks chapel L atlJwill have the poultry house duringthe pgxt few weeks some fancy fowls for breeding purposes Bonfc fsil to come an J see them before buying elsewhere Ii will also be in the market Iorallthe eggs and poultry you can hrins he the highest dash pricesiilI be pajd Mlg JONESf Thi Board of Supervisors has been in session for several dys 011itltoteauassessment should not bo The board is composed of W 1 Graham George May s W S Y Goodlet Monroe Cecil and dberb Noe 11U1 C rJDJ tLoST On Wednesday of last week on the street near Charlie Noes blacksmith shop a pair of wire plj ers with handles wrap pedIf the man who was seen to get down off of his wagon and piqk them up will return name to me he will confer a favor and will be paid for his trouble 1Telephonel l Attention Is called to the new advertl emeut in another part of tlrs issue of McClure Wells dealers in buggies implements seeds etc Messs jMcOlure Wells have recently become citi zens of our town and they pre both thorough hustlers in a busi ness way as well as clever gen tlemen f We can assure any ono having dealings with them of fair and courteous treatment There willI bo a joint debate at the colored Methodist church on Friday night next between orators from Springfield and Lebanon The subject under dis cussion will be Resolved That the emigration of the negro from the country and the rural d s tricts to townsand cties is a falure Time Lebanon speakers will take the affirmative and the Spwngfield mec the egatieI rJ C McElrorof the firm of McElroy Sfiultz had a screak of bad luck last week with the plate glass windows of his store An unruly horse Cached to the delivery wagon of the firm backed into the wicdow and smashed a fifty dollar glass A new one was ordered to replace it and while putting it in position it wasalso broken Mr McEl rpy has ordered a third glass and hopes to have better lucl vithit J Mr Richard BoblitI of the livery stable firm of Thompson Boblitt had a Very narrow escape for death at the stable Tuesday afternoon and is confinedto his home with a serious injury One of the enpl yes of the sta ble carelessly dropped a heavy baleof hay from the loft to the floor beletf where Mr Boblit happened to ba The bale struck him with tei rible force on the head and shoulders knocking him almost senseless Had the heavy bale struck him squarely on the i head it4 would very likely have brokenhis neckas it is the injury is painful his neck and shoulders havingbeen severely strained thought td Be D uQIThe Louisvillei Post of Tuesday says The llast rites ofthe Catholic Church were Adminis tered last night to Sister Jose piiine at Sts Mary and Elizbeth Hospit ral where she was thought to be dying from the ef feels of her terrible experience jnt the fire that destroyed the Convert of St CatiirmnootSien nar a week ago The Rev B F Logan of St Louis Bertrand Churcli was hurriedly summon cd to ttiehospitalaftra sinking spell rom which it was teared the nu would not recover Af tter he had given the sacrament Sister Josephine immediately t ralliecLan4 it was stated this mornvngvthatshe seamed greatly improVed Sister Josephine has been an invalid for more than twenty t years but was highly esteemed at SL Catherines for her intel lectual attainments She was anii tjxceptional writer and student Her cheerful disposition endear- sed her to the other Sisters Farms for Sate We have a number of good farms for sale at reasonable prices All persons having real estate for sale or desiring to pur chase will find it tr their 8 J van taga to give us a call Prompt personal attention given to all l business placed in our hands Searcy Neiidrk Real Estate Agents Springfield Kj Office over Robertson Bros tfJ FOP Rent Four nice upstair rooms new ly finished Also store room in my building on Main street Luther Burnsi r Fop Rentff A house with 6 rooms on east Main St for rent Inquire of r Isaac Curry or JM BurtonI Aches paid or muscular inflamation in any part of the bcdy will yield to the great penetrating power of DR CLAUSES LINI KNT Sold by Wood Udpbell ir v We Correct All Eye Defects ThatMay5i r- sCauK t Headaches Below tire a few of Ihe Headaches that f eomefrpm ie ecJ tive vision Your Eyes may seem alright yet if there is a headache you should have them examined I ITS tFREB Sick Headache t Sewing Headache HeadaehoBright Light 3 Front Topof oftheHead theHead HeadacheS Headache IEveningMorning Headache Reading ReadacheIUUAny Kind of Headache f C F RUSSELLI Main St Springfieldl Ky i Iiltujm HORD DENTISToFFIc1r4xzaAv B VlUWtt Permanently located SPBINGFIELD KY FEC NAL MrE John W Lewis was in Lebanon last week lIon John W Lewis has been visiting Irs mother in Green county Mr Joe Mansfield of Louis yule spnt Sunday with his parents at this place Mrs Nettie KimbeiRnrHarmon Of Bowling Green is visiting relatives in the county Mr Joe A Parker the Yell known Populist was here from Louisville on business Tuesday Mr and Mrs Q C McChord are in Frankfort where they expect to remain for several weeks Miss Effie Kimberlin of this county has gone to Bowling Green to attend Normal school Messrs Alex Montgomery and Robert Ensor of Meade county are visiiing relatives in the county Miss Martha Roney of St Marys has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Sarah Simms Messrs Tyler Davis and Loyd M Turner of Bardstown were in town Tnesday on some insurance business Mr Hewitt Oraycrofb of Chicago is here on a visit to his sister Mrs G C Wharton and MrS W D McEIroy Mrs Ailen who has been quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs S B Thompson at the Walton is somewhat improved Miss Roe Montgomery a cIiarmingyouog lady of Lebanon has returned from a visit jto Miss Bassie Thompson ofthis county County Assessor Jim Royalty of Mooresville was in town the first of the week attending the meeting of the Boatd of Tax Supervisors Mr James H McCture of the firm of McClure Wells has rented a residence on East Main Street of Dr Burton and has moved his family intc it Mr Rfast rson was here the first of the week Mr Mas terson has withdrawn from the firm pf Masterson Wharton and will engage in the merchan tile business atbis homo at New Hope Mr and MrsG C Wharton and Mr and Mrs W DrMcElroy went to Perry vTlle Tuesday to attend the funerall ofv tile infant fchild of Mrf and Mrs JIQ Uraycroft that died at iheir home in Cincinnati Walker Bend who has for r l years been connected with the butcher shop at this place left last week for Paris Texas to locateqPtris is the home of Mr John Ryan and family of this place The marriage of Miss Luna Purdom to Mr Berry Wilham is announced to take place at Beth lehem church on the 20th inst Miss Purdora is a daughter ofI Rev R L JPurdom of Texas and Mr Wilham is a popular farmer of t1i neighbOrhood hGsllr Ittace Blunders are sometime very expensive Occasionally Hfe- ftdclrfs the price of a mistake but youth never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles hey are gentle ysrthoroughr r 25c acC J HaydonsDrug Store 5 CURE OR CALDWELLN QUARTERLYREP RT vs vWiniV OONDITIOW OF PEOPlS DEPOSITBANK INCORPORATED SRRVtUFiEDKY At close Bniin MD ceKiber 31 1903 ltI RZSOURRS rw 7Oerdratt1ecaridOverdraft nssecut4 d V00t Duo froafcNutloBil l JT banks J40a 36 Due frost State 18ICompaniiv 0 89576 54 Banking EToute and Lot 5000 00 Other Real Estate 000 Mortgagei r 1 18900 00 U 8 Bonds 000 Otber Stocks and bonds 000 Specie 1 440077 Currency 7205 Exchange for Clear logs 5G 2012176 97 Other Items carried as ciai 00 Furnitnreand Fixtures 00 l und to pay TaxesL 00 Current Expenses last quarter 00 Total P I J 280 r5 iLIABILITIES W I t t Capital Stock paid in iriC iif caari 60 XXfoo Surplus Eundj ah J 16000 00 Undivided Profits 683 83 tDuo Depositors as follows JJep08its jrabject to check on wfcteh interest is not paid f1937831 Deposits subject to check Son which interest is paid 0i Demand cert Iflcafes of de con which linterest is not paid 1 0 Time certificates of deposit- on which interest is paidd 2043858214219 70 Saving deposits on which 000 Is pal i 000 Certified che9ks 000 One National banks 000 Due State banks bankers 000 Duo Trait Companion 000 CashierfT Checks butfltandiag 000 Bills re 18enntedLj 000 Unpaid dividends 000 OOICapital stock not paid 000 gTotal 280903 IIP WENkl Jf4j I Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of tie company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actual amount ef surp1u8fthebankNoneHow item secured Nou Highest amount of indebtednsss1 of any director or officer it amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidrup capital stock of bank No How is same secured None Does amount of indebtedness of any person cpmpanypr firm including in the liability of tHe companY or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actuel surplus No If aOf state amouqt of indebtedness 00 Anicunt of last dividend 2000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de daring dividend and was not less 10 percent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus ford before said dividend was declared Yes Give description location value and how llong owned all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if any owned longer than fiveyears None State of Kentucky m County of Washington PeoplesDepositBank located and doing business on Springfieldinthat the foregoing report is in all respects true statement of the condition ot said Bank at the close oCI business on the 31st day of December 1903 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the busi nes of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received ham the Secretary ofI State designating the 31st day of De ember 1903 ate day on which such shall be made J A DOULV ARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J A Boulware Cashier the 1st day of January 1904 AtC MCELROY N PjWashington County Ky Commission expires January 14 1904 Ii H THURMAN G L HAYDON a D ROBERTSON Directors rictent Trllic In anna In PunitTuit rislde the Tulninancrins a tube of indlan ruled by a king who have not cbnnjnHl thilr Habits since the days of Columbus The Talamnncnns hut which is a masterpiece In the art of thatching a huge affair and abel ters lila entire family nnd allhls world stICjustICj of the trunk of a certain species of t palm cut Into strips ned supported ttthree or four fecit from the ground on a frame A few earthen pots complete the furnishings if his house l BaizncV InniceunloftUyv Of Balzac it Is stated that whenever he was hard at work he went to rooste Jllke the fowls as he himself put It atVT In the evening lIe was coiled at lInutile morning nnd wrote ttuB then took another hour and a half of sleep t then after n light meal went to workI again until 4 In the afternoon then hettook a bath saw a few friends took perhaps a shortjwalk and immediately after dinner went off to bed l shall be cojiipolled be wrote to lend this nipgersi life for a few onthsI without stoppiijg In order not to be swamped bytthose terrible Jrills tbatJare dueV And ret ho was always hard uplfor money IIe CeMHoiltian ef a Racket Jibe ordinary skyrocket Is made various compositions packed Jn tubes rolled tightly round a cylindrical core- 1iim match by Nvhlch the rocket Is ex jjpxlod Is placed In u cavity nt the bedi ttThe movement of tfcs ket would l be irregular if It werc not for the guide sUck which Is made very light So that Itfoe Bot retard the flight ot the rock ettjrbea the gases cvt and KlttMe rmmd with all their wfcbt aM send tbi rocket upJnto the ale lor all that It lawortli 1a 1 p icussOFCOLDSt la Eatlaic Tee Much The Invariable cause of colds comes Ifro m w lnnQ without No one hikes coldhvhen inc vigorous state of health with puft Blood coursing through the body and there Is no good reason why any one In ordinary health should baye A cold Itmay come from lasuficlcnt exercise breathing of foul air want or wholesome fix4 excess of food lack ot blng7etclbut always from some tvictaittttoftb plain laws of health p c5nseofb well as frequent eating These give no time for the digestive organs to rest arid incite an increased flow of the di gestive secretions Thus larger quanti tles of nourishment are absorbed thai con be properly utilized and the result is an obstruction commonly called a cold which Is simply an effort of the system to expel the useless material Prpperly speaking tis sself poisoning due to an Incapability of the organism to regulate and compensate for the dls turbanceA tGthe1tcause of colds but a prolific source of much graver conditions Pure air aud exercise are necessary to prepare the Astern for the assimilation of nntrl mentfbr without themthiere can bone vjgorbus health The oxygen of the piilr wf breathe regulates the appetite as well as the nutriment that Is built up in the system The safest and bestvray to avoid colds Is to sleep In a rtoom with the windows wide open and to remain out of doors every dnyno matter what may be thp weather for at least two hours preferablyl with some kind of exercise It no more than walking One should not sit down to rest while the feet are wet or the clothing damp A person may gq with the clothing wet through to the skin all day If he but keeps moving Exercise keeps up the circulation and prevents taking coldl The physiologic care of colds Is the prevention of the occurrence The per son who does not carry around an oversupply of alimentation In his system and furthermore secures a purified clr culatioft by strict sanitary cleanliness coniditionman cannot take cold A careful diet would exclude the use notIltJiperson Is worse off than one who is un derfed because the overfed body Is taxed to dispose of what cannot be np1 proprlatcd and whecrnot properly disposed of remains only to be an element of ngerSclence of Health Polioaoa and Harraleaa Saako There isn certain physiological difference between the poisonous sand harmless snakes which exists very plolply In their manner of dentition All snakes are objects of aversion and dread to mankind so much so that to be bitten by a snake has at times been so fearful to the victim as to have produced death although the snake wasI harmless Such is the Instinctive dread with which these reptiles are thought of that it may be desirable to bjive some eaSy mode of distinguishing the one kind from the other This dfayn gulshlng characteristic is afforded by the eeth In all poisonous snakes there are only two rows of teeth the fang or fangs being arranged either within the two rows or outside of them The harmless snakes have four distract rows of teeth and when the bite shows this kind of wound and not any single deeper or larger puncture there need be no apprehension Walking For Malaria Obstinate cases of malaria that have withstood the ocean voyages mountain heights and quinine dosing are said to haveb en conquered by systematic and continued walking What the malarial patient wants most to do is to sit In doors nurse his aches nnd pains or to lie down and doze Advocates of tbej walking cure maintain that fresh nfn iis5 an antidote not only to the malaria It self but to the blues which usually accompanies it Their advice to the sufferer Is to dress up warmly if the weather is damp or rainy and goKout to walk Wear flannel next to the skin stout shoes and simple hat If It is warm dress lightly but arry a wrap to throw around the shoulders bgalnst drafts and too rapid cooling off When one comes to think of it there are few maladies on earth that fresh air and moderate exercise are not good fo Tke Spectre cop Originally the spectroscoptfwas ap plied Gnlytt chemistry and in that limited j field proved Itself an invaluable aid In accurate analysis By holda Ing In a Bunsen flame a platinum wire l moistened by contact with the skin the presence of a few grains of salt swal lowed a few minutes previously can be detected with the spectroscope In deed so wonderfully refined is thetwOrk of the epectroscope chemist that be can discover In a substance the pros ence of one threemillionth of It grain of metal t Didnt Sea Tkeq How did your nepliews wedding pass off Just splendid Were there any contretemps I dont thlgk s I dInt sce any You aeemve had the cntirctr thoroughly cleaned up before thewTeddlng took place Cleveland Plain Dealer- Their Dade Their m marrfagewas hasty affolf I understand i JIln1stertoman by the hofifTJutlge f Custom may lead a man into many errors but it justifies none Fteldtof OiUltle AbouttWhen thb Portuguese first explored Brazil they made great fun of the naives of that country becausethey badI In their alphabet no t r or I a people he invaders declared without fe heyS or rey without faith law or kingI Time Molmwks again have no labials and oWed it was aburd when ffteI missionaries tried to teach them to pro noun o P nndb for who said they can speak with his mouth shut Blackwoods lagazlne Too Claeratetn tress returning from holiday Wly Bridget whateverhas become of Ulxparrot t Bridget Well yoa spe mum after you left It looked n bit pining like and didnt talk much so the cook and I put it out of its misery poOr thing and Ie had it stuffed for my new at Judy i1t11l i dangerous guslmedisS Reeb d What possible dlaewe cwW b spread by kissing Marrlafe ma4 IDIf11Bted Gruinb P7 1It h wit tliiliiftAiMi I ir 1G j Jli 1 1 1 yi l t ti Jttfl Ji2j j 11t fl J 1 tA1Ittrr r Prices foronly a few dayk i t LbIE surTStoi atSciaIpridesI f close oUtJ One size 82 COlit style Grey J fbdlmne i Old for 27X0 t goes now for 15 t L ii i 3 One size 86 Check Coat Suld for 125owf E t1750 Oiicsie3G ightGrey ai S its for 27 W t nowfor15 oeIIiJt 3One size 36 drk Suitgrey soldjOrH gs nowfbr69 fdg One size 34 blk Suitirold for fi8 goes now for 7SAnd several others at Baini prices Th5Bgat Iif kf l3 Will not laSt long so doht 0 d Iir eu J T i 5iie and Misi f=CLOAK Dont buy until you ta thernI t I f r B7RG7INS Er 1ln Every Departmnt durihganuary trIfHandsomE Prize iyervaway with Cash3 fPurchases i oj H J ROBBSONBROTT- 4 ii41ztr1P ltjJJOUNf rrff fiNlRALINS RANt AONJ tf l f ztrr a TJfe Fire thd Tord f ro i i OFFICEOVERi PEOPLESBANK f tAtfj FL fJ l iringIJIyabseitcefrn dffiqtiW l 1fQri 1 P t Remembei tMtbttefitiJ lio il SPRINGFIELD LJJBjttt d lt Handles everything in tlJe itft 7 Lv 1t 1 SUtLDIN MA ERA f I t J Rough and Dressedo Lij 4F i anyquaIitities r r i1 i 14 L io If you have piilldiiig todi get lour prices We eah give v you estimte l buildings complete or can furnish yoii I material at lowest prices J V 1 Yards and office near depot 7t Telephone 39j SPRINGElBliK KY4 i t II EPIGRAMSOFNOVELlT One craxvls Into friendship one pace sldnally drifts Into niatrlmony but in love one falls Frdtikfort itfoocc There is no place like the fopjc9p chilly when It Is n8rro wan vrljlInot bold many at a tlmeAntbonytUope Love and friendship are stronger charity and OUtenessana jthdse who trade upon the latter are rarelY accorded the former Seton Merr man It is the Americans regret th tatpresent he can do nothing with hit feet while ho bi listening at the telephone but doubtless smile employment vr tlIbe found for them in time coming age1 Ian 4 r Maclaren There are twotsunparaonable slins in this world sUccess and failure Tbose who succeed cant forgive afclloinr for being n failure and those wb0 fall uetjessGThere iretwo classes of people n the world the people who are clever ami tin people xrho are jccen apd youi nftMi never nily the two They meet and touch they are necessary to each tber rtJHrInllcr Coats of Arm Conconiinjrn very modlslf oman till Iati Julian IUx painter sod icrittc had this story to tell Mr nix Ive come to ask ypu a great favor she said ai she jfairly burst inttft his studio one falf day Everything f have is at yoBEfeiB mend madam v wont to sbovr yotf some ceAtrf ft and ask your advice aio4a t wk Ing a choice i Which side pf the jfarally Hi yo wisb to follow maternal or Oli ueltherl The hiraW Twyirt cja choose any of these 1waat soe hIM that will lookxwell on whist e t fH Yes Well wMtabqjittUiir That will 3o nkely But 4w t JW think I ought to have more tlH uolfe I do tire 9uickly et tk1az yd knowNew itTimes SelL JIMNif- First 1tbenhMIJptfr I sI prise that yoaag Ieed1 JeM hl welf to aaI ebe- coad CftIArD4 h1m bla- n M Obeg14gi W3en ikt for M uie- mtfit enpBnment4Is JIa1I11fUtMI Atcl isom Oloe o i i CH READINGIBDj at tH 1 to Johnson told Bawell oats th C01115e bf a Q VenttJjEMiIn wib7praised tho Auatorpy ttiit nrnmt ff tecllued to melauclwly do W y1 s la protaBtIy burt lN In W lkSIoI 1 chamber durftmthe nighitand 1i k4 t1lJI1 dietbmrbM take bo sad iced and copoae kimseif 18 r L5 twr can be little doubt that fa thai lri eating asJippredafe ure foi 1 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seemly clotbes we laek1lta Itti going abroad Lyiido Globe V TiOUT TIMENT rif IIT ap av Z C JteOntrt St i Iu Ieu It R R7 Wm1O 1 sfciMin frame of pem lav ffffjr HMof ber face s n Mdy Agh protect too t fcer Wgk icfeoot Mater Lji Sl7 L bert yea baTe a sa I after aW Beaeybee l JR jaeltlBg icebergs i41wMck excel all oth a a MadSS i M fMKnl frappe U Nells Par t I al1 to the other c Wstaaatbe Carter L I XH1 the Ineorri T after teeakfast ccfu- atMt7 sMK re of tbee is asri4srs either You 1 S ostiK lee Ihsd aaatMtagly I I SaWS iMMt Jet foot on his dut4a tkw efttire last half jren CM hardly be Mid s all Mi MttoMHty clinging to I 11 ki ast aikt wken be s 11Wjee lee pet In Nell 4 that I hl q te 4 GIw4ck yoah I Mai4 I faWJky he drawled ljII rpMd awet Idi yss eYtat bW fj any of 41 serjMM1 awdered kings aad he 99 Tery eerrect lit Ma up brake kt lea qMe bwrrlSed 1bs i a aIS 4 rt rBlric to the rai a tls eeeaefl eetlag So Is reettbat phrase eaibodlefl the aad perfoMttty oC the Honk late e Britain now of- HeJ t Ji M correct IB his jvc that R te aet JevefflakWff at ji cMrtoWp He takes me to the Ivs Keperly gtmtroitn la the mat ter ef dnco at a aid rteleta and bc s pe all the attastien that s bsi rq lre Ia a pereosally III sdalsbr eile- 4 priapted Kell smpa 7 Tliati jagt the tro ble eb aa e re ccer Is It just mar des noutrat her mother Kwk PC d ys get ack Ideas suid Its qilte Ipsoper and you II I I es Aai ever been kid which draw bsa i will now proceed to remedy t JfJI W UUStlXQ HULVILT THE OLD VIAL eIrp whceated the girlI with It t aC exreloaen her piquant tHe 4 a ree diBc smack on her a eheefc Di t he feoI 1 Nell remarked Xn Barter kit with an onrcprovlng twi te hi her eye This Is a serious 3Nat New Beatrice my child why dist you wish to merry Mrountbye I Iii rather hoped he Is wealthy ad awl enaw1tlr no bad habits I Itteka wan your father says r wi frills abevt him Tljata jttrtlt mamma He hasnt any i4ki JaIjII like frills Every as sea She seed to be told WOI uteelh erier to keep her nice rfclthat why youre so nlej to Larry su a krH11 quelejINell de rt Bee and Linfalways qunr liWerclt i4beInored this I4 sad west oiitf1IgnIty- M MMMtbjrafce Is always so 1m peeL a jriKh terrHily good form lie fc s wjwrvwl HAd atHitdoQlsb He nev rr PS cwwpliHicnts except the most ab t way n de for the pUrse cues FIIe l gg pot WOMW e WJW CAWWOT B6 CURED INd p hyovcr a third of a ceatwy izkabI sad uniform cares a IaeaaI w other remedy for the Tir s asd wsalcaxiM peculiar to u tysr Mtikad the proprieLora 01 iit1 Pao te Preacription tow paydIfooj ib kfri jwmey SC tIme Uafted w sfcr jy CMC of Lencorrhea Fe Wskae Piapai or Palling Allta kj sail rssomable trial of- Th lMFrsJi4t IUdSSaOt Order Isd7zLi s1i wi y wea hae wu- p Ia A aji tt riMeMi1a4 Mely t Kd heM 4 b aM pMs y Meep was I f heak- 11rassP LI e wift ata I bsskDas1or Pktes Pa 1dIib a that MtarM 4 the d pMaa eM s eM bM the y chask Th4 MdictecH III teItheeM I aa- PaI odos aks wak alek uss well A for HMt 1it- wo woud k 1aIA4ksatfwcsps tbt boat f the dh Ad- V Fcrce BuaIo N Y w T I f f 1 Do C You th r 1trr i feel run down tired worn Not really sick 1not really well Dont feel that you need a Doctor but do feelI that you need something alongWhat WALTHE- RSPEPTOMIZED PeRT a tonic food that strengthens and invigorates the Iwhole system aids digestion arid builds one tl right up Nothingin it but Pre Pepsin and Good chemicalstt r Two sizes 50 cts andI oO = THE PEPTWHZED PMT ce t t tfLl FOR SALE BY tr IIC JHAYDON5 Pharmacist r 6 mOchlscntlment Bee picked up her woolly pet and SQ4IrJendlysJlk Topsy showed his canine sympathy 5y lick lug the soft check dqwn which a tear wrfs furtively stealing I Well dent concluded the mother with tl gentle sigh of regret as she lirose to leave the dtnlng roqm you need not mrry any one you do not love Oh 1i didnt snybegnn Bee quick Iy and bit her tongue catching Nells merciless eye But Mrs Carter paused with her hand on the door remember one IbJas lay daug1iternen even Amen can mendont hang their best feelings In the sight of nit eyes Here endeth the first lessOn Im piously concluded Nell or Is it the fourth or tIe seventh How many have there been anyway Bee There was Tom and Chester and Larry and Well I shall refuse this one anyway rebelled the candidate for mat rimonial honors And the council meeting adjourned That evening Jack IIcuntby came fpr his answer lie was JhcJ pcrsonl ttcatlou of good form from his smooth ly parted hair and boUtonnIere garde ala to his aggressively correit patent leathers Ills well modulated voice was as calm when haInqutrcd for Miss Carter as though he hud culled for the menu at Sherry It he felt any trail dation over his impending fate he certainty showed none Ifa hs impertur bable manner This balmy spring evening Bee had determined that the stage setting for her haughty refusal of tills impassive Englishman should be quite In keeping wIsh the tragedy of the act itself So she had directed Jenkins to send her caller to the fcllae walk her own par ticular bit of bowery green In the grounds back of her suburban home The had made a studiously unstud led toilet onKtrict Melba at the spin ning wheel model Her simple white gown shimmered in the moonlight When she rose from the bench h by the Ivy grown sundial an English imppr tatlon and came to meet him Mountby thought he had never seen anything more lovely Ht made him think of the rising of the evening star But all lie said was a stiffly formal word of greet- Ing and the old oldr IIow charming you look this even fu vBeewas en HIded fillip to lien wrath arid she Jed him vindictively to his doom under the budding lilacs When It WIts over she beheld the Im movable well bred face In tthe moon light uo sign of any Jiavoc wrought by lien She bnfltf him a curt good night to which hurt vanity and stifle1 love and longing cure an added hard ncsst As Site tunied toward the house und looked up ttb the light In her moUiers room she longed to throw herself Into that haven of refuse 4nd burst iinto a storm of tears Hqr mbthers words qf the morning came back to lien Tbd deepest love remains unsaid Perhaps after nil he might have cared Anyway she would walk for awhile under the lilacs She went back slowly to the scene of her carefully planned tragedy Somehow It wasnt so dole fully pleasant as lie opera scene she had Jmaglnxl It would be No he had not GQneC was lean ing heavily uponr Jhe old sundial and his broad shoulders were shaking vie lently with the t rrllile dry tearless sobs of a man who had gone dofrn in to the deep The girl had never seen a man cry before and It frightened her All the shutIn floods of loe and longing ln her lender little soul were let loose at tile dreadful sight She put her arms about his neck and kissed the pale face passive no longer but distorted with grief I know Its n dream darling and whisperedbeakenhy er wake again It Isnt a dream dear she an swered tremulously as his arms closed oung4tcWlMNt ifeBteCkrite Vent Down TlMj first tiny worked like a Trojau- estly stopping at 7p m to snatch i- tae At last at Sli p m the curtahi- weaitf ap on tbetNt act and the sLow wal on Everjrthing ran remarkably rrtl iintif the cciit tf the escape trot iiife prisun in tOts cnmax ai ute Cqristo Is thrown In the surging sea sewn up In a bag As he strikes the w4ter hecuts the bag open abd eUmb in up on a rock the stage lightning tbeItreasures of MonteChristo while the slay of the ocean dashes over him flight here was where I struck a suftg sit was the duty of the property min to create this spray by throwing handfuls of rock salt out from tin wIngs over he shoulders of Monte Cliristb That night the stage manager gore me a pall ot salt and told me to thiow it over the hero the moment be mounted the rock so as the curtain wmt tIp I stood pall In hand in readi ness MontoChrlsto made his appear ance and at the stage managers signal I let the snit gonot if handful but the entire pan Full In the actors face it struck and straightway from thi rpck be tumbled while the curtain de scpnded amid roars of laughter Les lies Montuy J jA Dead Letter and a tTrelr One ilie world is never tired of anecdottM which bring out the play of fancy auiI humor In the mind of Henry Wanl Bcecher The great preacher bad the faiculry of extracting amusement for himself and others prom the most comm npl1cc occurrences The postmaster of Brooklyn Informed him that one of his letters had been returned from tint dond letter office nnd this Is the way the affair struck Beecher J Oct Colonel McLeer Dear Sir Tour ijotlce that a r of mine was dead and subject to my order Is before me We must all die And though the pro mature decease of my poor letter shout excite a proper sympathy and I hope Jt d0ez yet I airf greatly sustalned under tile affliction What wns the date Of Its death Of what did It die Had JtJn Its last hours proper attention and such consolation ns btfltH the melancholy occasion Did It have nIt effects Will you madly see to Its runern11J am atroniy Inclined to cremation 4MSyI ask If any other letters of mine afe s1 ilanserously sick If any depart this life hcrcaftcr dont notify me tIt after Ihe fiTriejral1 Affectionately yours INRY WARD DEECHER A Xatnrai ailxaiMirtnctimon You Riy tin nndienct laughed when you recIted Mririo Bozzuris in Chlwf- c YeY answered Mr Stornilngton Barnps Von see wlu n Icame tolli lines b plnnltij Strlkor the people thojiyht It ira 1IlolUl allusion Washlngtoh Stir I When a man will kill lilmsiIf because a woman refuses to umrry him It Is conclusive tvldeiit that the woman was right Tlflltlniore Herald We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails TORefund Cost Of course vta reimburse the drusglut You UnoT7 n and trust hlrn Dr Miles Tcrvine Is medicine ton your nerves It cures diseases of the Internal or cano by giving tono toJ the nerves which inakc these organs work Jjt Is a novel theprj not of anatomy but cf treatment first discovered by Erv JIlIos and since made use of by many wideawako physicians who ap predate its value in treating tho sickIn oi are 11t wo offer you a waY to ibe madp well Dr llllea Kcrvlnc Tills me Icino is a ccicntiflc cure for nervo disorders such cs Neuralgia BleeplessJnessI Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros tratlon etc Ey toning up tho nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also euro those diseases of tilo internal organs duo toll a disordered nervous system rome of these arc Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma tism etc Sly brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I pre vailed upon him to try Dr Milesl hasfullyyou how It saved my life a few years ago when I had nervous trouble everyoneREVIE PJRaIiUEUI ofDrSymptomyour case and tell you what is wrung FreeAddressCOOR I TAMING A HORSE Thee Article That Will Babdve Ike- NOat Savage Animal There were trouble and excitement one day on a ranch in Colorado A high spirited half broken stallion win prancing about the yard attached to j1JslIwus nothing on tour legs he could not ride and lie was renting and bucking so that not even the pluckiest man on the ranch dared to approach While the men were standing around wondering what to do the rancher sixteenyearold daughter came out of tbe house and calmly walked up to the excited animal When he saw her he ceased rearing whinnied and stood still She Just put her baud on his mane stroked his nose und then vaulted lightly on his back and rode around the yard to the um zen ellt of the men How do you manage it one of them asked her Before you tackled him he was as savage as a tiger It siniple enough the girl replied Any woman can handle n horse better than a man can See this showing the man a small round object she had in her handtbls Is horse castor Horses love the smell of It and will go up to any one who has It Any horse has sense enough to know the people who love It That stallion began to quiet down as soon as he saw me When I got near Mm he smelled the musty horse castor In my clothes for I always carrY a little piece In my pocket That pleased him so much that I was able to stroke his head While do- Ing so I rubbed his nose with a few drops of cl of cumin which I had poured Into the palm of my hand Horses positively love that scent Then did you notice that I put my hand Into his mouth The object of that was to pour a few drops of oil of rhodium on to his tongue from a tiny vial which J always entry With these three articles any horse can be tamed Where do you get them I Well the cumin and rhodium am bo bought at any drug store tbe horse castor must be cut from ti horses fore therlI fond of these scents They are often used InINew York CoiuuicrlcaJ Advertiser BRAHMAN PROVERBS He that couunitIeqs iigYlf bath nothing to ear Mix kindness with reproof and rca authorltfd cometh repentance but In sllcivo Is safety Tbe first tcp toward being wise Is to know that thou art Ignorant Envy not the appearance of happi ness In any man for thou knowcst not his secret griefs Indulge not thyself In the passion of anger It Is whetting sword to wound thine own breast Consider and forget not thine own weakness so shalt thou pardon the failings of others The heart of the envious than Is gall and bitterness The success of UU neighbor breaketb his rest This instant is thlue The next Is in the womb of futurity and thou know est not what It may bring forth As a veil addeth to beauty so are a mans virtues set off by the shade which his modesty custetb upon him As the ostrich when pursued bidetb Ills head bnt forgettetb his body so the fears of a coward expose him to danger Training a Beagle With regard to the training of a beagle he has to be treated on quite 9 different plan from the setter and pointer In their eases a great deal of work of training is to propensities whereas U4uernnturaJI you encourage him to go ho cnn in seeking and chasing wbe found Young dogs are usually put Yeqtewural to a beagle to run scent as for a terrier to kilt rats and If there is apparent Inclination one lesson usually provokes it The teee one Interferes with a beagle nMuilag a lige the better for the dog so long as be Iis bot potter log In one well tested place but casting all about when lie has lost the KleiU und Stream traUl r A HISTORICAL DUEL rniRTEeNr SWORDSMEN SLAIN BY ONE MAN BEFORE AN ARMY Sec More Cxcltlnar Than Any Battle la the janalis of Stodery IIl tery4TeH rkeusand Witnesses te the Terrible Work of One STord To clve nn Idea of what a brave wan jan do Ifhe knows fencing thoroughly and but keeps cool and collected in danger we will relate a historical duel So extraordinary Is this combat that If would be lI dnroi itnce had It not becij witnessed by a whole army The hefd Is Jean Lous one of the great master of the beginning of last cen turyVaml the duel happened In Madrid In iSig He was the nasterntarros of the Thirtysecond regiment of French infantry The First regiuleht cOm poacd entirely of Italians formed part of the tonic brigade Regimental esprit de corps and rival ries of nationality caused constant quarrels when swords were often whipped Out jor bullets exchanged After n small battle bad occurred In the streets of Madrid In which over 200 French and Italian soldiers bad taken part the officers of the two regi ments In a eotlncil of war assembled decided to give such breaches of order a great blow and to reestablish discipline They decreed that the masters atarms of the two regiments should take up the quarrel and fight It out Imagine a whole army Jn battle arruy on one of the large plains that sur round Madrid In the centa a large ring Is left open for the contestants This spot is raised above the plain so that not one of the spectators of tills tragic scene gayly dressed officers soldiers In line Spaniards excited as never a bull fight excited themwIll- uis one phase of the contest It Is tefpre 10000 men that the honor of an army Is tbout to be avenged In the bloc of thirty brave men The drum Is beard Two mel naked to the waist step in the ring The first Is tall and strong His black eyes roll disdainfully upon the gaping crowd He Is Giacomo Ferrari the celebrated Italian The second tall also band someand with muscles like steel stands modestly awaiting the word of cow mand Ills name Is Jean Louis The seconds take their places on either side of their principals A deathlike silence ensues On guard The two masters cross swords Gill como Ferrari lunges repeatedly at Jean Louis but In vain Ills every thrust Is met by a parry He makes up his mind to bide his chance and caresses and teases his opponents blade Jean Louis calm and watchful lends himself to jtbe play when quicker than lightning the Italian jumps aside with a loud yell and makes a terrible lunge at Jean Louis a Florentine trick often suc cessful But with extraordinary rapid ity Jean Louis has parried and rlsposfs quickly In the shoulder fit Is nothing cries Qh como a mere scratch And they again fall on guard Almost directly he Is hit in the breast This time the sword of Jen Louis who is now attacking penetrated lIIJdltfiJfjm heavily on the turf He is dead Jean Louis is already In position He wipes his reeking blade then with the point of hl3 sword the ground ho calmly awaits the next man Tlie best fencer of the First regiment has Just been carried away a corpse but the day Is not yet over Fourteen adversaries are there Impatient to measure swords with tbe conqueror burning to avenge tbe master they had deemed invincible Jean Louis lmrdly had two minutes rest lIe is ready A new adversary stands before him A sinister click of swords Is heard a lunge n parry a ris post and then a cry a sigh mitt ill Is Over A second body Is before Jepn LouisA third adversary advances They want Jean Louis to rest I am not tlredMic answers with a smile The signal Is given The Itailattis as tall as the one who lies there a corpse covered by a military cloak He has cloBcly watched Jean Louis play anti thinks he has guessed the secret of his victories He multiplies his felntsand tricks then all at once bounding like a tiger on his preys he gives his opponent a terrible thrust n the lower line But Jean Louis sworil luis parried and Is how deep within Ills opponents breast What need we to relate any more Ten new adversaries followed him and the ten tell before Jean Louis amid th9 excited yells and roars of ari army At the request of the Thirtyseeot I regiments colonel who thought the lot aon sufficient Jean Louis after much pressing consented to sfop the combatj end he shock hands with the two sinI vivora applauded by 10000 men From that day tights ceased between French and Italian soldiers This wonderful and gigantic combat might be lucId a fable wereinot nil the facts above stated still found in the archives of the ministry of war LIpoI iplncotts fnDlGesT I wu troubled with ton aoh trouble Tbdfordi Black goodIntars medicine I took In yer3ffl8 SARAU Eo SUIttFIELD EllctUrlllq lad Thedforda BlackDraught quickly invigorates the ac bon of the stomachand cures even chronic cases of indigestion Jf you willI Thedfordsatonally you will keep your perfecte THEDFOR- DSLARDRAU4HT v JfotelcbeuicilOsedbrI constipation than by anyIOther disease Thedfonls BlackDraught nat only rcHovea constipation but cures diarrbosa and dysentery and keeps the bowcla regular All drunbtaaell Xoeat packages IDraughtctne to regulate th bowels I have used rFtitrfr COHSTIPATIOfi THE WILY RED MAN Some Instances of the ladlaaa fi QalckHen orWit Numctoua Instances of the red mans quickness of wit are related J v tUosff wild hare had dealings with hltu A Canadian chief wus looking Idly on while souie Engllshhujn were hard at work improving property newjy acQUIiv led from the dusky tribe Why dont you work asked the supervisor of the chjef Why you no wqrk yourself was the rejoinder work headwork replied the white man touching his4fprehead ButfMmo here and kill this calf fdrjme anjl Ill give you a quarter The Indian stood otill for a moment apparently deep In thought and ilhen he went off to kill the calf Yhy dont you finish ypvu1 Jobr preseutlj askl the supervisor seeing oertlieYQu soy you give rite quarter to Iktllcnlt was the replyl Calf dead Me want quarter The white man smiled and banded the Indian an extra coin to go oni with ie work IA How Is It asked the Englishman one day after a series of sucli one sidedt dealings ha ouso otteb gt the better of meT I work headwork solemnly replied the uidn of the woodi A white trader ojice succeeded In selling a large quantity of cjuVpowder to one of this tribe on the ssuranc0 that it was a M kind that the white man used for and If sown in es pecially prepared loam would yield nn amazing crop A way went the Indian to sow his pow ef and In his hope of making money from his felloes Was careful not to mention his enterprise When at last however he realized how ho had been duped he held hIs tong for a year or more until the trickster had completely forgotten the occurrence Thpja he went to his hoaxers store and bought goods on credit amounting to a little more than the price of the planted gunpowder Ho had the reputation of a good payer and his scb me worked easily When set- tlIng day came the creditor called promptly Right said the Indian slowly right but my powdtr not yet sprout ed Me pay you when me reap him CURED BY SARCASM A LesSon In4be Vie of Simple Term In Letter Writing A few months ago the son of n mil way director was through his fathers influence given a position of some im portance on a large railway lie was fresh frOm Cambridge and In the or dens which he from time to time issued to the men under him always made use of the longest nicest unusual words This habit led to some rather expen sive blunders and the matter coming before the general manager he wrote the young official the following lletter In promulgating your esoteric cogi tations and In articulating your super tidal sentimentalities and amicable phIl7 serotlq1sbewnre Let your conversational communication possess a clarified conciseness a com ipacted comprehensiveness a coalescent consistency jihd a concatenated cogency Eschew nil conglomeration of flatulent garrulity Jejune babblement and asinine affectation Let your exr teuiporaneous descantlngs and unpre meditated expatiation have Intellgibil Ity and veracious vivacity without rho domontade or thrasonical l bombast Sedulously avoid all polysyllabic pro fundity ventriloquial verbosity and viiniipquent vapidity Shun double en tendre prurient Jocosity and pestifer ous profanity obscurant or apparent In other words talk plainly briefly niultIlY sensibly lurely and truth fully Doni put on airs say what you mean mean what you say and dont use big words Tbe young offlclnl took the gentle hint and changed his style London TitBits DoIng Europe Facilities for traveling nowadays are iso accelerated that It Is quite possible for the tourist to pass through five Eu ropean countries Ip fourteen hours barring nccfdents noujely England France Belgium Gcriiuiny anti Holland Take the express from diana Cross to Dover and over to Ci- thulatwo cross countries Then with tim in tercontinental express you proceed to Brussels three countries From the Belgian capital by lraln to AixIa Chapelie which is German territory making the fourth country and after allowing time for a meal n drive to fifthIAn Odd ColfectlOH An entertainer who visited the FIl blands and giive his lierformance be fore the Datives lund the following rc cclpts for one night Four sucking pigs 800 cocoanuts 1000 of d common class Iot moonstone collected on the beach yjlrd9InqUvcicIQtb FIJI costumes 3 whalqs ectb hundreds of sharks teeth one or two cart loads of beauti tel coral ytva Implements such as 4spears knobsiircks jjujil knives native mats and pillows and 7 grog bOwls l new Tnrce of Them Dcarboni Do you know the seven wonders of theword themiOnlyYes lve only been married three times you know WorkInI o It ErnmnAn Cjiirlie dent would you have really shot yourself If I had refused you- Clrnnlieintletd I would I bad already sent to tour houses for price lIst of revolvers Fire trill sword 1reblitslow engines of dcstrustion lii comparison with the bubbler Stele t TkeChnrgd qa tixtncd Thc householder was duly sworn aoyoti charge this man with being In sane said tlve court On what do you base the charges Wcll your honor said the witness vainly tryIng to choke down his cute tlou this man lin plumber IyI pipes were out of fix sent for He fixed cm in fifteen uilliiutes Wben frlgbtDud he had another jJob in my neigh borhood anytow A hopeless case exclaimed his lion or as heX signed the f commitment paltlmore News j The tntaitrojih Did you heir b9uttthj cntnstroPh t down at the Browns tlast ntht If No WlmtliappPmHlV Why Mrs Brown 1atbe baby a bottle to Ploy with unit tvLlle she wai in tim kltchpn If fell out of the cradle and bloke Its 11kIWlirt tIy tthe lOUicv 8 beetin 1I g tT tind Ii bC teuDdb ida p i itt noun supervisicm since iU iBftuMfwJ Aflpwfloonetodecelyeyosaltkl All Couatcrfeits Imitations and JastMtoo4M bM 1tJExperlnacHtsthat trifle with xndeDdtmger ihdCInfants awl Children Ilxpcrlence against at f 0 What is CAST RlA 7 y mCastorlrt Is a harmless substitute for Castor Off Pftp rgone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is PIe ilM It 2 W contains neither Opium Morphine t6t other Narc iie f I substance Its ago is its guarantee kvlt destroys Wo mm r r and allays lcveris ness Itvcurjes Diarrhoe ADd ITiMl pColIc It relieves TeethIng Troubles cure CHHiJMltMayi J and Flatulency lii asshriilates Ute Food regulates tiM d Stomach and Bowefe giviay healthy aftd natural deep 1 The Cliildrcn PanaceaThe Mother FrieH V ii ENuiNE CASTORlA ALWAYI r Bears tl e Signature df f j i i A 4 tii The KM You toe Always Bought 1j tJr In Use For Oyer 30 YearsII f I INC 77 O5CC1 05 J- t a A SHORT ANSWER TIle Reply That B1smarck Made te an Jiamlrable Speech I like to think of old Bismarck ds bV sat uy the window that opens on the windy park ot Frledrichsruhj in an old gray shqotlasr Jacket nru overT his knees a pipe In his hand simple as n north German farmer this Dan who I had almost Iield Europe In fce- A little while before thTsi February day be had been deposed front power All the world khew that the old lIon was sulking in his den in n amiable mood toward the young cmpcrpr who had turned him out of doors It was known that Tils memoirs were written Intl that his correspondence was set In order A New York publisher thongbl vbe might secure the papers in which Bismarck lied told the real sforyjof the birth of tile German Dip mtl1ot strange story of craft and b roIsI lit tleuess and grandeur It Was jfn this mission thatl I sailed for Hamburg had two letters for Bismirtfk Out was from a negligible ambassador The other Lad Jjicn given mtLby a Ocr maui statesuiiin of seme itiofe with whom in other days I ILutI jjeoi a student Jn the University of IJeiia My friend had been n familiar Uf rife marcks household and 0 kindly hearing I Sent beikclme pn from Hamburg and tol t day On the table st his elbow ps be sat by the window I noticed rllyl liters The valet who lund placed Q chair for me took his stand by the doorj I said insloten days mid etl it nsIpaced tile tl liner so In tolerable admtI4bleiPSCCh it It was dignified When I laid took the pipe from NeiUr and put the pipe back agalfe Twajs the Shortest ausweil I ever had In my life 1 waited for Ja moment The1 old miSi smoked nut 8tatxd ou into the park III0tuP ai if bowed had reh nrse that bow m t6fvi not tend to waste It I bow Ito his oil hairless head the flabby iflJIOW Jowl and big mustache tpttheOld graj jacket and the pipe it xva Ute sa- lfiniuln f t n stone rnllJ Then tin valet led me out Ini tIle pi1r I re gained my scnscsVun Tbompso InSuccesai Stark Twain Missed tile Boat The success achieved by ihi lc Twijiii during his outing days on the Muss iglppl river was due pot onlyfto the fac that he war a skillful pilot but that J was an earnest one as tvelliIA niti Who knew Xir dlemrns i jthose day told how the genial hllijiOrist CilI missed his bout Instead Of lnventi an excuset as many of hi ttimpaufcm did he reported tohlg superior oiScq as follows i My boat left at G10 I arrived a the landing at ti 0 andco ild not catd It 1 saidAs It la Hoax Do you know tbtt thin follow over there J f fiJon-XOb yes we Ire vary thick Hoax And do you tDOV tlio JIg fa oneJoaxLSiightiyPhuiJadepluIa Record DOYOTJ GE1 UP WITH AiAMEi CKl 1idej Trtmble Makes Yas MlsiraMe Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of ithe wonderful n IIcures ijnade by Dr iKflmersSwarniRootI o t t specialist wonderfully successful lit prbrnptly curing 1f Jblesterm of kidney trouble iDr Kilmers SwiNHjiRMlt is riot rec r osunende l foreverything but If Vpu hyekW nay lifer or bladder trouble tillll b founfJust th5fremedyyouneeo It ku Mo tNt lam many ways In hospital yo klfn prtv t ipractice among the helpless tOo poor to ptw 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