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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ibt 1t TilDe NVSLFADRII I J t I t yjrlut l 1 ti if f 1 l I 4- Ire r esaVo1ixt N3I t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTOITCQtlNTYii KENTUCKY JANUARYS 1904 4 J J ab J c i d I Y J BURTOQ iJFoftTAKERS ANttI EMBAVMERS tTS4 Mock all khz oi PurIAilu PHONE 53 OURi DlflECTORY A tII ILrp comty seat of tIBty51Uu aqutJY1111i a hlftQtlw mile from TItIOitityI11 a i Nahviil railroad in- L fartui ldc1tuatd1aWct tani1teJepkoae1if1 t1arits I apt4ationt11X populatIoi of MtlJ1ty f 4 Repfcfr tatiyeIM Cotef rew Hon D JLSMtfb ntrtnc Ky Itepre Mfativ ia Xeutuck3 LeKisi Mature ill Hi fTy D Ckyfcco ke- Jteprt ntiitlvei0 tate S BateHoa Harry ti iftMMcr Lt INMi1XY Gi Rty lrtMtry CIRCUIT COURTrCircuit CoprtlMcifitiMi the Hoeuy F bni ryKayalid Qcto Nr Jiiin Ca4JddeIt L ksz Cowe1tk AtA Mne ti t I ti cdJtq t fJoto0 Jk IzTzl45CoURr Q art tCom t is the tkird on4ay I e k t1lq1t B 14J114 KJNTYJ doURTi Count Curt miet te fwrtb- Mpnda a e4Cktk j f B LItierJ e + W F kerCfti Clerk TS34aye Ceiimty Attori y Geotg eatl ttJaU r0 7 z t Byrpi Zreakfe SherilF Richar illskam t a Sid eOborne RH UlUcavt DF UeJ tS Ed Ca ten b C irve1 r t1JJJtJ T tjUDPiY ttjRtbcrtKoe Treasurer JM W onteomery CciroBec 3 W l3usb Ptof CommOr School P O pringfielsL 4 CITY jCOURTf James R ifb Police Judge i t John tracVi Mairhil WF Brlffsby ityAtoneyt4 t i JUSTICECOUkT- J stici Courts ai4 Jield itTanuaty1f April July actOctbercj J Gh irchpirctOrYll BAPTIST CHURCH Revfi J Canneu Pastor Ser Aices tf rySandayat 11 am a d700 pm Sunday School at 900 Prayer l Meeting on Weueid4ymight at 100jj I M 3THODIST CHURCH Rev D Ward Pastor Service on the I irstand Third Suudav ia each mouth itll aand 730 pm Sun day Sc ool every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeUng every j Wcdncsday might CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Hen e5ItaYiPastor Set j Vices ciry Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a ta S ervices at St Rotc same hoar HRISTIAN CHURCH r j Rev rre11x Pastor Service 1aecoiii nth r p SBYTERIAN CHURCH Bev1 T D Latimer Pastor Preach ng every Sunday at li Sand at 7 pm Sunday schooll every I gSI J everY kuday eveniwr at 7 oclock I 1 = 7- ii raternal Ordsas 2MAEtKic Lores springfield lodge No k meet second vKpudajr in each Sj fHOUbbt iWas htngtonliO Chapter No 57 iii sa every third Monday Sjjriocfield Council No 52 meets OH rv nr fourth MoBday Xx CA Uects tJi U6 V44U i day in each n on 1TT G 3SfS ii AMBRIOAN vI j l tJ TRUSS SILVER J II I I LP coor1- II ki 1epr1nos IUp 9CCk e4arcIpL- 4ishh1PiWCsi v i F rasleby CJ Haydon I se Hfijfi I 1 1ji ROUND O TALK e IMMMWMS JSSl W 5H This Fashionable Query Ive gOta cold with Inufl1esinV What kind of a cold have you Ivepbtt the kind that makes me sin By craving fizzes madeof gin And tber stuff with badbooze inpWhat kind of a cold have youm vgotthe kind that makes one hoarse What kind facold have youhTo speak rquires my utmost force Mjyeice is rough mnoUiarsh and coarse d strains its laryngital sonrce What kind of a cold bave you l Ive got a cold that makes me mad What kind of a cold have you hat makes me retiqent and sad That puts me plainly to he bad The worstest cold I ever had cWhatBaltimore American nOST OFFICEFor the sie of the town the Spring field postbffice probably does as large a business in all olUsde li partments as the next One The j money order service hasxof teh years become more into use and people generally find ija mostc convenient medium of making rlJIlittnces of money A stat i mint of the amount of business this depanment for the year n 1903 maa out by Postmaster W i Waters shows that there were during the year 1243 money or hers issued from the Springfield Postoffice which amounted to 694679 the fees On same being 6322 The amount paid out en money orders for the shine period was 371877 lfhe receipts from the sale of stamps box rent etc for the year amounted to 272481 iIiNGAbbUt i As dred worthy taxpayers of he county have recently been served with notice thatthey have kick coming or in other words they have been officially notified t y the Board of Tax Supervisors hat they may call and show i causfj ifny there be whytheir- eassessment of property as given to the assessor shonld not be The supervisors they ay were unusually severe this yearoS the taxpayers and they let noguilty man escape but did- otheir work thoroughly on behalf of the county ana will increase he revenue of the county next t year to quite an t appreciable i amount Town propertyit seems otes in for particular attention from the Supervisors and a gen eral raise of values all aloLg the A line was made This is doubtless the result of the string demand t and increased prices and rents t demanded for town property of late So everything good has its drawbacks Speaking of taxes the probabilities arc that the tax rate for thecqunty will be reduced withthe next year or Itwo The old C Oi railroad J3e6t which has been a hp vyc burden on the taxpayers of this county for years will soon be a thinkof the pastand the last of the bon s will be paid during tbgii next year The administration of the financial affairs be it said to the credit ofthe present officials has been wise and econi mical and many useless expend 1turQs of the past haye been cUtI off It is to be hoped that any surplus revenue that the county acquires in the near future will be devoted to the road fund TheI taxpayers will make nokick on the question of money expended judiciously on road improvement yr1 ENEFIT The Oath ol ic B church circles Louisville are greatly aroused over the greati loss occasioned by the aesfruc tion by fire of St Catherines monastery and academy at this place and quite a large sum has already been raised to ad Jto the fund1 for rebuilding Several meetings have been held at which liberal subscriptions have been made to the fund and a number her of Entertainmetitshaveb eD arranged for benefits Anions was a gigantic euchre given under the auspices Ithose Y M L which took place week and at which several hundred dollars were realized for the fund Another similar entertainment announced for this week which is expected yeld a large sum An organ za- tJ tioni kas been formed among some of the leading business mend n friends of the institution 1in f1 tJr J it Ldiiisviller and a systematic can ass will be made aDd other movements put on foot to in j rease the amount of the build fund It is not thought that th- rospect i to rebuild St Cather ine will fall through for lack of financial aid for it stands too igh intbe estimation of the Catholic chtArch in general as an educational institution to beal lowed to suffer in that regard fSf XjJ OBACCO An example of rhO tobacco business of this is the fact that on last Mondaymorning when the hands went to work at the Continental e Tobacco Cos warehouse at this 1 place there were thirtyfourd wagons loaded inc1and unloaded These wagons ad been coming in since Saiur day and came from all over the nty many from long distances and the residents of the town heard the rumbling of the heavy loads at all hours during tile iight One reason for the great rush just at this time is that the winter lip until a few weeks ago ad been an exceptionally dry ne and tobacco could not be handled because it would not come in case The farmers are now rushing it on the market that they may realize the money t for their seasons labor J T7 ILL BE mca Ind icatidns JwL are according to the opinbt ion Qf traders that horses and mules will be higher and in big demand from now on and during the spring Horse and mule buyers have been active through he country and have bought up I all of the mules and many horses including plugs recently and the demand is stiIlgod rIt Is- stimated tbatj one wella Known buyerand shipper alone adloff and Anderson counties this fall and winter These horses re shipped to the southern markets principally and some goo Cincinnati tobe put in auction sales t awA d OOD The law breakers of X Washington county have evidently reformed or atleast if they have been plying their voca tion tijfy are not caught at iit The county jail has not had a regular boarder for so long thai Jailer Oatlett is thinking of ad + rormslidrrentevidefUygettmggoodandthe little to do The criminal dotjket of the circuit court which meets next month will be one of tbe lightest in rears This state of attairs speaks well for the county if it is rough on lawyers and court officials A Very Close Gall I stuck to my engine althou gh every joint ached anti every nerveS was racked with pain writes C W B llamv a locomo tive fireman Burlington Ibwa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I wsaboutto give ufy I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well asl ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor frotnth eir use Try them Satos faction guran teed by G J Hay doj Price 50 cents FonDflaCiireforMiiestioii I use Chamberlains Stomach and lLivcr Tablets feir indigestion and find that theysuit my case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever trIed and I have used many different reme dies I am nearly fiftyone Year of ape and have suffered a great deal from indigestion lean cat almost anything I want to uowr GeoW Emory R ck Mills Ala For sale by 5C J HaydonrPharraacist A YfflBcbt Doctor Never in the way no irouble to car ry easy to take pleasant and rieVer failing injreteults are De Witts Early theoves pocket us a certian guarantee against headache bllliousness torpid liver and all of the ills rasultlng from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by all Druggist Lebanon b6calstI From the Enterprise F Brady Ford of this city and Miss Mary Jo Sapp were married here last Friday The groom has been working for Mr Ben Mattingly for the last several months His brides just 17 years of age Mrs Caroline Mils wife of Augusta Mills of the Chicago precinct was adjudged to be of unsound mind yesterday She will be taken to one of the State asylums by Deputy Sheriff Nan Blair as soon as there is room or her The unfortunate wo man is very old and for many years conducted the hotel at Chicago vicious dogs have visited sev ral flocks of sheep ins tie St Mary a neighborhood in the past ew days doing considerable damage Wm M Spaldinglost head in one night jSquire T A Beaven 8 head and Mr J C Wade 5 Married at the parlors of tbe Bobbott Hotel by Rev A Gl Graves Jan 33 1904 Mr Wm Evans and Miss BoSa Davers A company of neighbors and friends from the South Rolling a Fork were present io express their congratulations to the young peoples t The examining trial of Bland ford Price for shooting Marion Craven a few days agO was set for last Saturday but owing to the serious condition of the wounded man who could not be present the trial was postponed On motion the accused was per misted bail iin the sum of 500 ut was unable to furnish it Dr Peterson said he did not think the wovnded man could recover t Just one MIiiutc One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one mintits because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem bran causing the CQugh aud at tile amc time clears the phlegm draws ottt the jnflammatfon and heals sooths the- ffeted parts One Minute Cough Oure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and as a harmless and never falling cure in all curabl cases of Coughs Cold and CroupOne Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by all Druggists WerffllMfi Is displayed by manv a man enduring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But there s no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain aud cure the trouble Its Ibe best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at C J Haydonts Druggist Mr Wm S Crane of Calif orni Md who suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effec ted a complete curev For sale by C J Haydon Pharmacist Youn4 Hobos Last Thursday at noon two youmg Amercas from the Graded School aged ten years inflamed with a desire to see and know more of this great world of ours left that institution to try to sat isfy it Setting out on foot they arrived at McAfee about the middle of the afternoon and boarded the north bound passenger train They told the con ductor of their purpose and how though penniless they were go ing to tour the world The con ductor was very kind to them and took them to Lawrenceburg and telephoned their mothers gave them each a sddwich showed them over the city and feeding that they were yet un prepared to battle with this smode of Adventurous life brought the young adventurers back to Har rodsburg on the seven oclock train that night Thus ended their first battle with the cruel world Harrodsburg Herald lIn this str nous age one sometimes feels the neednot exactly of medicine but of a good common sense revitall zer and tonic Walthers Peptonized Portia just such a tonic The port wlue is a strengthener in itself and the pepsin by aiding digestion enables one to get the maximum amount of strength from ones food rIt strengthens in a natural waynotL by whipping the orgahs into activity not by creating a false feel ing of strength through nerve stimula tion but by actnally giving real strengthtFor sale by 0 J Haydon J DN MISSOURI NelUn jf i Merita a fmtr Well KINWR Citizei if TkII CiMHty ThYrelatives of Mr Nelson Kimberlin formerly of this coun ty but who had been a resident of Nevada Mo for some years received news of his death at ttiat place last week The de ceased was a brother of Messrs QndMrThe Nevada Daily Mail gives the following account of his death Mr Nelson Kimberlin a well known an4 hJg1yJ f respected cit izen of Nevada Saturday eve ning succumbed to an attack of acute bright disease Mr Kimberlln1iad been confined to his bed buts very few days and his sudden death was a great shoOk to his friends foij Jjthey hardly knew that his condition wu precarious and this was largeiydue to the fact thattheir friend was a man of great will power and refused to surrender t9his illness until almost altthetime his death seed to befverynri t The skill of the physician and the care of loving and tender hands failed to stay the disease and death came and relieved hU suffering andji life pajwed out just as the night passedrinto day and the spirit of yte good man passed to eternal rest and joy A devoted wifet sons and daugh toys were at the bedside when death came and they who are left td mourn his death are the deceaseds wifeVhis sous fake and John and his dshter1- Mrs j J L Cotter of Nevada Mrs A L Priehird 9Man nington W Vs Mrs pnrtbn E Savage Memphis Tenni Misses liagueriie and Amelia Kimber l nQf Isfevada To these is ex faded the sincere sympathy of liany triends W J st lducted Monday afternoon by Rev H L Walker former pastor of t n e Cumberland Presbyterian church and and Rev B Wren Webb the present pastor The services were held at the res dence on North Washington street and were very impressive and were attended by many friends of the deceased Nelson Kimberlin aged 68 was aKentuckian by birth and for many years was a prominent citizen ofthut State He was a man cf modest demeanor but possessing that courtly and chivalrous manner characteristic of the Southern gentleman Be possessed a strong mind and was a man of convictions and of splendid moral courage4 He love his family being a devoted husband and father and a loyal friend A good neighbor and a man who lived his life like the good and faithful servant of the aster he served Bill Clayfcroikes Bill Representative W D Cay brooke of Washington county is enlistmp support for the passage of a bill which he claims will be more cordially received by the General Assembly than most people would suppose on first thought and numerous are the members who say that the bill will become a law with little effort on the part orits support ers IThe hilt provides for an appro for the Ierection of aa v 4yerts Filling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair reedit with the only hair food Ayers Hair Viorlt checks falling hair makes the h- airHairVigotfai grow completely cures dan druff And it always restores II cOlortogray hair all the rich dark color of early life MU htk fa1MH stsiys4twi-Ifraill would lois ltafl Tbefl I M45 Aysra JWrVhtor Itt1Ilclt1J stoppi4thshlllng M- 4ai bi1ra1LIcow14htItsbL aulocA a LLL Mb4b NJ 1JItcoIFalling Hair J additional branch to the Lajce land asylum to be used for the coqfinement of inebriates Representative Cldy orobke says that be 13 informed lat In nearly all of the towns of the State as well as in many cpuntry districts there are a number of men who are habitual drunkards and are worthless to their respective communities In fact be claims they are actuall burdens to socie ty and at times many of them are dangerous These people might be reformed if placed ln- confinement uqder treatment and prevented from ithbibingaceOrd- ing td the dictates of their de sires The bill Provide that each man found getting drunX regularly shall be tried by a jury the same as a lunatic and1if ad judged an inebriate irameaiately conveyedto the fcsyium by the sheriff of the qbunty in which he is tried It is undergto that thel1oca1optlonpeopIel ojfef the State will farther the miayement injuI4r Claybrooke is one most polished members of the Legislature and is graduate of Centre College and the Centre College Law School and it was in the good Presbyterian town of Danville that he was impressed 1JYIDrinking Mr Claybrookehas already introduced a bill giving hukbind and wife the right to testify in cases bf divorce pro ceedur Under the press ot law ttltUrFHOI HTOME1 OEP3 THE BEATS Kill the Scrana frlll Catarrh and CoIJB CtaNtIl It fallI Wd Campball- Now that HyoniI can be obtained U nearly eyrytown and citf in the couatry it iis possible to buy from dragglsts a health giving Climate o be carried In the parse or pocket 137 Breathing it a jfew uiiutes frt el a day you can soon cure grip coughs colds and evtfn the worst and most chronic cases of catarrh Wood Campbell have seen so manyfrcmarkable cureS made by the Hyomel treatment that they sell it with the poitve agreement o Return the money If it falls to cure A complete outfit costs but Si and consists of the pooket inhaler medi cine dropper and stifficleqt Hybmei to last feyeral Weeks It effects a cure in the worst ca- tarrhal troubles and if breathed at the commencement of a cold or the gripp will check it quickly and prevent sick non Extra bottles ot Hyofflel pa be obtained for 60c When breathed through the inhaler the germkilling and heaith1glvlg Hyomsl goes to the most remote cells of the throat and lungs kiOingalf tile catarrhal germs sootking the irrated mucous membrane tad Vitalizing the blood with ozone At tbIeasen of the year every one should have a Hyomci otitfit to prevent and cure catarrhal troubles and ward off attacks of grip pneumo nia and similar germ diseases A Prisoner in HeroQEUe rMrs W H Layha of 1001 Agnes Aye Kansas Olty Mochas for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough Ittdoorsby physciaus with no noticeable7 re auUfiA friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely follow the the direction and I wish to state that after the ilrst day I could notice a de cided change for the better IWdat this time after using it tor two weeks hare no hestitation ih sayiag realize that I am entirely cured This reme dy is for sale by 0 J Haydon Phar macist Extensive Turkey Dealers Hughes and Beam colored of the Maud vicinity are among the largest buvers of turkeys in this section of the State This season they purchased in Nelson and adjoining countes 3275 turk eys weighing 42575 pounds an average of 13 pounds each and costing 480612 By this it wilt be seen that- t turkeyraising is a very profitable busitfess and that the jndustrio us women of Nelson and adjoijfiing counties appreci ate the fact is evidenced by the above figurds Hughes and Beam have been in the business for 80 years and they state that the pricea raid for the birds this sea son were higher than ev rbe fore known Bardstown Stand ard PoIesKidneycure ikesk i bIaH rNlar CN MarI Miss Myrtle Mathews ind Mr Jamie Allen were marrS d at ail early hour Monday morning at the home of thti bride mother Mrs Emma Mathews jn this place The wedding was p ifery quietaffair only the imjnediate relatives of the bride andj J roona being present The ceremony WasP performed by Rev OH Prather pastotof the Methodist church after which Mr and Mrs Allen leftf on the early morning train for Louisville wher thy will make their future home The bride wasffof a number of years the assistant at tie post office here and is widely known and very popular Mr Allen is- o representative of the Oldstno bile Compamy with headquarters in Louisville He is well knowh and both he and his rttractivfe bri1e have many friends who ex tend them congratulations B Standard 4 DO IT TODAYj The timewonii njj u nct i on NcAtr put off till toniorfipr what you can do todaylis now generally prsntd in this form Do it toniayl That is tha- terse adtlcti wt want ip gwsya bout that hakin co fbflor de moralizing cold with which you have ibeen struggiiiig for several Gay1prhsp yrNkl 1akeom- erllablrerndy for it frODP and let that remedy W DtBoa liybsrtA few d6ee of it will uoooUbtedlyrUIe yoarougko- rcpld ani iU ooatintied nse lona few lays will curs yQuon1 pletely No inntter tow deep- seatsdiyonr cough even if dread consumption has attacked your luigs German Syrap will sure effects cureas iit has dse b pparentlynoNew trial bottle 5Sjcirefuliai sue 750 At CJ Haydwii drugstore 41t lT tv j When bilioss try adoeof Chamberlains Stomaoh and Uverj Tablets andY reaUzeifor e1iow qaicldy a firstclass uptodate medic 1 will correct the disorder For saleby C J Haydon Pharmacist tyj i Duserfft His Family Jacob Simpson a well inoii farmer of the SharpsYUlvicin ity has mysteriously disappear ed from home and thus flJI1 efforts to loeatenhim haje been in vain Sim peon was in Bar rodsburg several days ago and on going home that nigfii gath eredup his clothing and packed it in ft grip and then deliberately walked out the deor teljing noon Where he was going He leaves a ififeand twelve children some of thejm quite small who can ill afford tote without the protection of a father Ko cause Is assigned f0r the unexpected disappf aranceiof Mr Simpson and his wife and children are almost prostrated He wuhihty respected in the community and bad the confidence and respect of everybody Some have advanced the theorjy that he has gone West in the hope ot finding employment that will prove more remunerate tban farmingand that he wilt later send for his family It i truly hoped by the people of thjat sec tioa that this will be the result In the meantime noweverl revery effort will be made to find him Officers in many places have been notified to keep a lookout fur Simpson and were giiten in struction t return him to his family if found Harro sburg Democrat J Bani fYnltTmii BcaIJ The family of Mrs If L Bobblit of B r edoD Tent saw her dying and were powerless io siva her Them 6t skillful phy sicians atod everyremsd used failed Awhile coasuupUoii was slowly but surley takiigi b1r1ie- In this terrible hour Dr jCmgs Nw Discovery for GoaiMfrptiott turned despair Ittto joy Tjjielrst bottU brqugbt immediate relief aid its continued ttMeoMjiletely cujreiher Itsthe Most 6erMiU cire In the world for lUtklf i and lung troubles GuwMnteed 3ottlet 50c imd10 Triffl Jfo ties1 Free at 0 X H ldpft Lug Sotre PersualItto sir JiIr f f rJllijt 7tt We are ni6 s nf iiIourcirciiiatioaasmuc 4rt tt I o ble etwennoaeyiaZi4 We want as many new ub scribers as we can getWe as also anxious that jery K subscriber should rs4iWraiidSthoHii iieisf4 f i4inlCt advance We have tb I1IJ fr v f pMiiftimes ahd to shop Jour aiJpri 1tiom we will send Thc Am to Home Monhlafvikb itlowafamily and story tfaors lishedone yar Io alI our u s jt Z tntsubseribers wp are n41 1dViincer arkars may haye irlea 1tI Home Monthy t andous JMit oath one year bj psyIsgup ar rears iiiaadeance1yl U 1Ii 1l tf- r1ttand w wi1lsndb64h i1y can HorneMOfltlan fFt its year br PDl1 f Y elbotheNwsLEADionejrsubli I iacrtptionriji l Wek ilc lqXuc M brs will avail t1ieep Nidff r and also f n iWtMltaB i- oftbeir We ca the American BoPilcopi Qf hiOkthy F se Iouroffice j Afif Ga you sbii once Dot4si3 t lit 44- is iJ1f td r G i J 1 1Pi 1 J1 IJ f JoJ GcLSPIRiT JrjjiOdsiritsaonta1ic ui fror IItKentucky Their main sourot t tbsliermli1l the liMt PiW I ever Utie iiti JEJftfe i State cold not isrm liver oibI i 4i k t fdfeet4f bays oocpsri- at MiiJ ithe same tijsMfc Youbamust bq iIriine costiipiwonleTjtfl btiojantj haprs 4 Jr ho etnll bright Of eye libtpttlV stop vigorous aHc acceAati4fli your puruits 1rP patygrjl1erin fineconditiosj C h Gretas August vMo wer tnvf greatest of all meditines J9r tfl liver and stomach and a ctijJ5w cure for dyspepsia or mdigMtibn It haa- 5been a favorite t HouarK c f remedy for over tjirtyftveye i August F1oer will nwk Y liver healthy aadactiY t1s I I f insure you a liberal npplsofs r godspirJtsi Iriai jze5e 1 regular bottler 15 f C jjEaydons drngitdre 1d jt t Lot Settters Rii8pt LJ T tSoutheast MissouriAr r 5Isas LoJiiii zu f LAND lfttltUt i Ur 1CHDfgt t Y The date ar Fe1 W March 1 andlS ApzilsdI 1 4 The rate is a 1it mpr thaA4hal ifare one way or rund p JNow is the time to ge agfli ia of yourown while anis cheap The Southwest offers the rta4tis1iSi ducexnent to homeeekcrsa equable clIrnatj short pkaadt wlwj 1 JJt t teN long growing SOqsIc ap pLandoats dover alfklfa co fxuitatld itaDdscrIption ci be bad atr1 Eita ing from Kta J25ptra rei einras imtr9KU9tiH r 4 jMlocationsoII Take advantage of sot jcif ttabove dates aad see this prial cdim try jtorybuielf ff If you will write iis wJ rtyi wiMit to gpwe 1lfte1I you tbe t iof your t cketabi sea1 yap tdescriptive lte turca p find a suitable icicatioa r Write toZay to i 1 i O wxFzPA f ij A Cotton eltZaUjOjV 1 7 jl ctrstt4 t1IcI4S1BAUMZ Belt ltt jf Jt 1 J r1iHtaslt Wt itt- csisio t w fc witei t III nuofNf so yari af awto InsJjsVsV fsJIy iroetWitchHaz tkatIasst5tozp- II J IQl1tUaf blsidlngIichleg au- iiciug i Pflte OSSIn1I5 tburlJ Ibtsti aad alt skii iIsUeWlti kthas so qfTbia kab giyen rie to 2M atoroo worthless ounterlf Ask kr PeeItVthe genuine byall Pn g 1sU t f lit NEWSLEAD I rvnayzY xuas4Y IAYJAM IN ADVANCE ti t OPI JDj V I II K L flAvISoi Jr LI11It 4ibi4iPs ie ces pi S iupuisisrI su Ilkt p4Utk111Rtt1- N piCNS b k tss 1t IwrIL bt csI 4s ftIefMsiMMs NMlrMta mrfi ek11Iber blsM44i aM rHehilf nipect 3 pr4Ii A3nsuepxT1 f251- t =t jt 500 NIe 10t I rUMDAz JANUAXY 21 1904 j 4rd4zJy ckIkolls- i rivUafTvHiM and daugh k wiN Arnw spent Sunday I w k W ST Gobdlets family r HwKaU Brlottor Wood 1L jrht sperit last wevk with her tjttr JfraDk Gray who W liieartry k wLSbe isi some bu r at thk Writing i T CiMMr hipp id his to bDQQs week wiach brought Jaj S+ cIa it LvuisVillef IN Grde Sputherland of 0 iPiiI te tspendiagi th4 week wAi lHHTCcHiin Ethel Gry Mia IMa Goodlet was in town c onday1stWee1r Sfi via Jilt parenU atth place II iM JiattitWiliiams hasreS I iMtf W Lebanon where i J Mt ui iiaMMftic n1 1 R 4 Gray spent Sunclay wJliKifle 1 r ICanary t C Canary bought s sow I Reed forsa jHg frcHn John If tf0 rt W A Barker is qtf fl- ug4I IIJ WpWCk gave t e 4 jpeople a datW Friaa- ijbte 4 r V vljtr It CCanaryf Misses Mo lVtT3ykrmiKlVRetta Barker W4t BmntUy with R P I tn- bi lllr aH Mrt Elvln Yasio pIte Sinday with Mrs W T McMiUIan jVhmmle Carrico hasbeen visit borne of RP Lan r igjttke 9 iopas Sails of Simstown pejifc tt day at the home of ibis IaW rWilliam 83118 J nlSallit Sims of your town Ikr tine her mothe Mrs W Brctr Mri Brack Yaste spent Sunday with Mrs W A Barker iKajrFenwick and a Mr Bous ley of Lebanpn attended the deL I at G W Fenwickjs Friday iII R J BS I Cvtwrlihis Creek rt j 4icbrJ Keke arid wife were vlw ilag zSuudiy at Uei t patting ifv M t i m PrwJte filandford spent ttijiay with Mi N ra femUh- A rtbur Garrico and iistari Ma rJftlk were vUitingi Misses I + AMI Sftilte Smith Thursday eYsIag Jftoc LajI VyhHtlsy enter talii at Ailr iwrne Tnur aay YdAilag ia honor ulther brother Wil Of Kauaap who iis at home JHIJ vwit a wrf aitband little Juhnio a 4 Miry KlizM Smith were Vise lUHj tt Mr J B Carricos Sunl lay MIII Will and Richard l-jvtiMwIwd enUrUined at their IKW a IiMiday evening Alarge cro rd of ycHBug were present Mi all rport kL a food time Mr Btrt Saitli and Miss Cars rt MBlth wire quietly married at Ro charct Wdiesda tf ikifcat2olpck Th bride i S o4Wt daofhttrof Mr Fj rkL and is a most a miif sag lady The gre w a prominent young J rJfLai wits a2aaysterling taits AfcpsiRWr 1 sfst ibfMr and Mrs pt Carrico L Very Xck wi- thP41a wll WbMttty returned to I I hM ordlaod usbs MM in Arthur KaMM faf Richard Corbttt city whottt to local tbet Hi ibtr I MtE1yl lMu fone to rywucbix v rm I j I ru p 3aOTK O iiraVira Mr mwro Uitih lj 11 tyjkIa I 1 t i taReported by our Correspondents I iL I r f1f IliUsboro I JI MIJBorn to ttbevife of Ben voyI9 Mr Uriah Shewmaker andl wife ot Fenwick are atthe beth side of their brother Ernest who iis very sick Miss finer Iteiad is spending several days with her cousin Mrsi Bertha MiUer Mr Will Scott and wife Qt WillJsburg spent Saturday night and Sunday twith the family qfIr James Coulter Leslie Shewmaker madeaHyt jin g iiip to Harrbdsburi oneclay 1 ist week on businessv Mrs Mattie Dragoo and sister Miss Sallie IJitzgerald havye been called to the bedside of their brother Milje who is dangerously illwithasthma Mrs Robert fc loyefWtllis burgs the guest of hefsonBent Mrs Bertha Miller has return Jl home af fer tf pleaant visitft With Misses Sue and BVitha Edo erfon L Mr James Od rand wife pentt Sunda with Mri G W Qdtan I WifeatFenwckS v Miss Mattie Tobin is visiting her sisters Ella and Kate near Texas i Sabo Coulter spent Saturdayt night with iplatiios near fa ham Hugh Le ehthap who liqs boon on the siicklist for three weeks ii3 bette ay his writing Bornj to lte wife of MarshalI Keeling a nne boy Miss Au9iieDean vfhohas beec sick for several days iisSiiucii iim proved Tom aierhadaVery valuablp cow to dieone day lastl reek Fprest View As Lilac of Hills jdro wishes fW know what has become ofus we are gad to inform him latwe are as yet like old Briidder Tuille able to scratch gravel andf when we come across a well laden tabklj as Cousin Wats we are sure to makeiit known tbat we are able to eat Hills boro is a vary dear spot Jto UfpS we once atteodd schotd at thatt place and one pf our favorite places taattend Chufch It was there that we played with Dick Mitchell Bill Mitchell John Shpft Dr Will Leachman Top Redding J E RQddingand the Hon Nit Xeachman audmany others who nqw rest beneath the fragant shades at Pleasant Grove and fiijisboro We arel always delighted to read the letters from all the other corres pondents as we are well acquain too jail oveV thet50Tinby Mri ThomsfW st lias had a- very sick child with pneumonia but is again able to toddle again Miss Lizzie Smth died ather fatBers residenqe tlast Sunday night and after the usual sec vices of the Catholic church atl St Rose her 1terredat that place last Tuesday The Wheatley Brothers eqter tained quite a crowd of youn peoplelastJDhnrsfaey night YOUl1gtlMr Mary school last Snnday night iJSi John Medley was mLoai- avillef several days recently Will Wheatley who hasbeen visiting his mother and brothers has returned to his nonfat Em sas City Mo 0I FonzYIedlleythe day with us SjindaNvhidh- afforded llus a greatdeallluf pleas tire Last Mnnrliv RilHrd PLti ford and Arthur Dorbet started for Kansas City to make their future hoiufe As Mr And hsdn Carrico was reiurntus home from Sj ripgeld last Friday een1ngItnJ at the tegotioutij could drink Mr Oscar Auburryj i t Iiwit f lore became pnmanaJeb I1d Iran off completely demolishing buggyI Had Mr Carrico beenin the baggy at the time he would havebeeu killed A after Mr Auberry went on his horse become tangled in his bar ness by some means and he had to cut them 16 pieces to release him On last Mpnday we received a Letter from TSprinbeid contain wraptpef1not one word to tell us who iit waS from or reliat to do with it We would Se glad however I- frthe sender would let us know something abou it Wbiare sorry to 1learn at Jhi81 writing that our friendand ueigh bor Di r H Walkerl is soUJ Puliam Ag iit has beep some times sinco we had a letter from tbU place IIi J tellJcityare progressing Born tb the wife of Mr Olive I ceinga big boy 7 k H Mi Moss bought ofJ H Gordon about 2000 pounds of tobacco at 7 cent per pound He a sobought8OOpouur1st at 785i per hundred and of Robert Ches r2 5Oat98rperhundrtd- iMr Q C Poster was at Squirei Gordons Saturday evening on business IllrvP Ryan and wife Mr- S B Yocum und wif were the pleasant guests of Mr JohnGoi don Sunday tf Bgrry Hardin is very ill at tais writing He is very old Mrs Lula Brawleyl and litJe daughters Maggiei and GJadus were iho guests of Mr Susa Vize Sunday We are sorry to say that little jBerry Grbrdon who has been illi jivith belterlMr JohriLewis and wife were the pleasant guests of Mr Cole Lewis Sunday Mr Arch CoLvin bought 0 acres of land from Frank Hardin for il2- Weate sorry to say thatMr ni bnri Ryan is er1 ill at this writiog rH Gordon of this place ac cidentallv got hurt last week at Springfield He was driving out of livery stable with a load of tobacco and got caygbt between the tipbaccq aj d doqr He iis con led to hissed flI Louis Nicholson has returned home after a weeks stay witf his son at Burnsider i El Crouch lost a fine cow last week 09RfSILLt 5Ve are havicglots of winter weather The people of Polin are terri bly worked up over the announce ment of the postmaster receiving pottbe that tbalt office will be dis Iconti ed after January 81stj iThey have sunt inq petitio signed by sociething over 100 nameso have tt cpntinued But asUocle Sam1ha a way of his own 1 doubt whether it will do any good or n tThe postmaster at Maplo Hill has likewise received a notice that his office will be discontinued after Janu ary 31st RurlrouteNodoes andIMr Jas Gull Jr has removed to Spencer countv ITo Hall and Q hd7e i re moved from Polin to Woodlawn Crcconole soems to be a favor ito gamo of airiu emunt at Booker Mark Hardin who lives at Blopmfield is very ill of la rrippei Gtar mall carrier W O Ellis has received order front Wash ington DC not to deliver mail to Polin after January 31st Mr Zack Crow went to Illinois last week with acar lead of horses Mr John Revnods ad family rISORE iPh 1 Relieve Instantly or Money Refunded CATARRH BRONCHITIS CoostIt SootheS 1jt Cures 311yIn2r5ock1ooBott1s Atiigoe4DrIggIts For Sale by CJILaydon1 eM5 and lr Neal RejnolBs illleive for Chicaro IHiioislthiaweek Mr Marion Strange of Polin has removed to Harrodsburg Mr George V oAndrea a black smith has removed to the Trout man property at Maud Mr WH Payne has sold to Mr Jas Cull the blacicsraith shop store house and dwelling for 1200 Possession given immediately Jas Cultl has boaght of Wallace Seay the house and 33 acres rjr land lor 1500 i Mr James B Hays Srlt had a stroke of appoplexy lastMon day morning and is in a pre carious condition Miss Maggie Smith spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs E G Bobit of Springfield All of the ice houses in bis vicinity have been filled Mrs Flora Sweeney went to Louisville last Tuesday to join her husband who has a position at Lakeland Asylum WillisbMra As the kind editor requests a letter from every postoffice I will jot you a few liD- esiW S Gibbs attended county court at Lawjrenceburg Monday Rufus Foster has removed to iti property of Dr W W Hy att t Little Eugene Wilson son off Mr and Mrs J J Sharp has ben quitei ill for the past week b 1toW are glad to report him better On last Saturday night Mr and Mrs John W Sutherland openedI tijieir doors and invited the youngj people to spend a few hours with them Miss Myrtle entertained in a most charming manner and1 all who were present had enjoy abletirae The fi St Sunday in January the goodpeople of this commu nity cpetfed their Sunday school with prayer and isongs of thanks giving E E Brown was se lected Superintendent H B Greenwood Secretary SeveraliI j new tethers were selected Jerome Cefls will act as sexton Rev WalSenl was called to preach every second Sunday Bernicei Graham of Sharps ville was in our town Rev ipjgwer of Mackvilte preacheciiat this place Sundayr morning iEEai at this placa last Monday worn lUg i 14Mr George Meritt and his accomplisrild daughter MinsLil Earl lef lasJr Monday to visf it relatives and friends at Colum bla Ky Miss Maybell Gibhs accompanied them as far as Leb anon Claude bheatlum and W B Cheathatn were in Springfield last SDnday y Why don t all the citizens of Willisburgi subscri e for t h 4 NEWS LEADER and stop bor rowing their neighbors ralHam Sprinis t Willie Coulter and Miss Bessie Smith were quietly married at the home of R W HatcbQtt last Sunday t H M Moss bought the follow ing craps pi tobacco m this sec p9unddlofGrantScottut 2000 llbs at 6c of Elisha White 2500 lbs at Dc of James Keelihg 2700 Ibs at Sic tMiss Emma Wells is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Yocomb at JsAooresville this week yMr Willinm OWens gave musicentertlD min flast It1ridayj nightI H Ed GOt waaJin Bloomfield theI tiritof the week 4 j Quite a lot of tobaccp iis being shipped frbm this section Valley tllIlIWe are still haVing winter Mr Hnghey Goat1yJSoId bra tob ccCtot1 sJ1fM J MOSi i7c delivered Tastofftek- Walter Gouyey and JOHugies culled on their best girls last Sunday Hark JShehan waM iin our midst lat Sunday Dr Ja H Walkerwbobasbeen- dab RrOu11 jill L weumonla Js better at thisi wrilipffi r While returaibf from town last weektheWrse oF Mrs C L Grnnday became frightened t PreverbSI When the butter wont j come put a penny in the chuijn isran old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scotts Emul sionItis like the penny in the milk because lit works and because there Is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a mi kof pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especiallyprepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes jusf as naturally to the children be causeitis so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale arid thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment We will send you the penny I eDsample free Be tore that this picture the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulilon you buy SC6TTV BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl StN V- ocvdzoo an druggists and cams near running away Fortunately no one was hurt Mr Albert Mudd called onla young lody last Sunday night and hfa horse lesame impatient and started for home but failed to follow the right road frnd ran into a large log breaking the harness No other damage was done We are glad to sav that the little daughter of Mr T C Ta turn has recovered The tandy pulling given by Mr andJMrs WFt Moran Wed nesday night was well attended Mr Thomas Mattingly moved to Mooresville last week MrJM Lynch of near here is going to remove to Spring field i illA Tatum is quite ill at this rwriting Samuel Derringerhas removed to his place purchased of j G Mansfield Messrs Moran Dean have sbld their tobacco to H M Moss for 6c 1t is to be delivered the 1st of February S P Derringer sold his tobac co to H M Moss for 7o If all the writers were as spicy NEYsLEADpaperinMcINTIRt r The now year is advancing along and the weather has been very satisfactory with our far mers E Hill sold to TiJ Ballard five fat hogs at the JLouisvilld h market Richard Blanford sold to Tbos Medley a few shdats Price un known Jim Nalley bought of Thos Nalley a milk tow t B Kill bought an oat stack of fobnnieMedle at25 Sidney Johnson bought of Chas Whcatley a bay rick Alex Montgomery of Meade nounty vIsited his father Mrf Robert Montgomery and other relatives near here iMr Johnnie Medley is visitjng relativesjn Louisville Will Wheatley afJer1 visiiing hk mother for a short tune has j returned to Kansas City lirthur panied by Corbett Richard accomI Mrs Doclr Blanford and daughter Lizzie returned romI Louisvillei last Ejaturday after spending a few pleasant weeks Mrand Mrs Syd Jbbnsonvisit tedatJ B Hills Sunday last Misses Laura and Lula Wheat 1aday night Tme Misses Blanford enter ttainecL their friends last Friday nightSMr Uha Mclntire and wife visited relatives near herelast Sunday Tne marriage of Mr Bert Smith and Miss Carrie Smith will be solemnized at St Rose at 2 o lock Wednesday evening j FENW1CR r Luther White is very il ITT 00 Sole Agents for Old Hickory c 1 and Studebaker W gqns Headquarters FARM 1 Quahtity w 1 li I V MUMI lWBttSfftMLi tl fl i 31V 4 t IJT f fBuggies Ifflplements Grte pi jfteislli 2 T f5n feAkV a i M V l vr Vijr rKMK t We handle Buggies Surrey Caits 6fall gin3esito ujt fthe purchaser Agents ior the ietebmted Colmiiibus Buggy S3 if t k S Call and examine our ext6nsivo1iiiie of Hfir s Gpllai lz f T Work Buggy and floise Blankets rri I I W tt i Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS J1 with pneumonia at this writing Bob May s spent Saturday night wtyh EdBowles Miss Leitie iSbewmaker has returned home after a pleasant visit to MissbsEhel and Hattie Bowles Jue mith and TbeodOreFen wiik of Springfield were in our town Sunday Miss AnbioLogsdt n returned home Siturdav aftei a pleasant visit tTexainnl was accompa nied home by MissjFrancs aud CnarleyLitsey Sanfqrd LiOgcsdonspent Feyeral days JUt week with Stanley Fenwick We are glad to say that Mrs J N Junes is betttr Logan Anderson had the mis fprtuno to fall and break his collar boneone day lastaeek Mrs Joe Smith and daughter Nannie were here the first of the week The hop given by Mrv and Mrs G W Fepwick Fridaylast was quite an enjoyable one and all report a gay time V THE HONEY BADGERr fleX a Tonsk Bcftiit and I xccd lanlr Hard to Kill Badgor belong toithe great wea tribe although they are nlsda1lIed many people know to thebears Anot their more or Jess distinguished rel tires may bebnmedtbe wolverene c ter skunk and marten In Africa at India says n writer In Longmans Mn g azine are to be found the curious ra tcls aVeninrkable branch of the family distinguished by their extraordinary fondness for honey To obtain this luz ury they spend most of their time hunt lug for the nests pf wild bees They are absolutely oblivious as are English badgers oftbe stings of the Infuriated bees their tough thick und loose coats protecting them from any serious Injury Itatels are strong and very courageous beasts The Boera of South Africa bold them 4n high respect as do the natives and assert that a pair of these beasts will pecuslonnlly attack a human being I hare heard of men bclntll by these animals but whether the talerwas true ort lse I am uncertain What is certalpithatthe ratcl or honey badger of South Africa Is a beast extremelyt difficult to kill by reason of lulu t ugbtonstitutlon good defensive powers and extraordinarily incise coat quid that be is when muddle with or put out abeast of very high courage and unpleasant manners WORSHIPED AS A GOD An tenftlliili General Who AVaB Del fled by Emnt IndIan John Nicholson British colonel and brigadier general was once worshiped as a god He was the eldest son cIt Alexander 7CichoIson a physician Dublin This pilkuih soldier distin guished himself in the Punjab cats palgn of 184SJO when he was appoint ed a deputy commissioner of the an nexed Punjab undtT Sir Henry Law rence At liunnu dealing wisely with an Ignorant und bloodthirsty people be evolved In the course of live years such order and respect for law that murder and litelnvay robbery previously so rite wtre unknown In the district HP so Impressed Ills powerful per sonality on the ifetlvi that he became to lhwn a demigod and In Hazara a brotherhood of fakirs in ISIS institutedI a religious rult for the worship of Nl kalSpynV which continued tol flourish In spite of Nicholsons offdrts lo sup press it even by punishment At a moment of victory during theI siege of Delhi In 1S57 this hero fell mortnlly wounded in the street while leading his men He died a few days Inter on the 23d of September 1857 and was burled In front of the Kash mir gate Early Risers I TilE FAMOUS LITTLE PIUS For quick relief from BlHoucnctt Sick Headache Torpid Liver Jaun dice Dizziness and alj troubles arfa Ing ffrom an nacllvo or sluggish liver DeWltts LJttb Earl Risers are un equalledlithey act promptly never gripaThey sro so dainty thatltis aplMaur to take them One Jo two actt as aDmild laxative two or four act aa awpleasant and effective cathartic they Itare purely vegetable and abqlulymharmlcM they tenld the ihwri C DWLtt 3e CoChiCO rw J tlfor all SUPPLIES Gearr SPRIKGFIBLD EY Phone NoSO r 4 b i FOR CHILDREN regr1atsthi crying cures summer complaint Mayor Yewell of Owensboro tCr says Our baby wasting away eiuedIgave him op Owens Pint Mixture caanotuyencughI I1IpIIIAFor albYioiPbarmac1st1j j V Dt Iii Jl xcBrmoni i lor u renue Some years ago a Britsh warshlp visited St Kilda in exceptionally icalm weather As the natlve jjf the place had never seen a steamer the captain gopdnaturedly offered to tjjke them Ifor nC1Iin onthe rt deck asik JI1SJ the morning I will bring tuy motpr to the next earlier itnQ heOIi couldnt you m9ke it a little pearlier pear Pa and ma do so want see us oDf and I tlont like o keep them up so late Xew Definition of Principle I fought the ease not because I cpu not pay but oh principle expialnet a defendant in the South farti county court recently Yes f tuQW1 mt Jtidge Addfson wrarily 11 these coat principle Is another wordf temper Didnt Take the fnt- Xora Oltovvld thpt lnstrtinentt taos that he iuident call so one iu MistressDid hietnke tuehint hNo mum he took tin plbnny Phliadelplva riecord To the last day5she v s a wonna con never understand hon mancjfp worry abotit uiqney maUt rk wheo ttffi children nio doing so well ptachooLa New York rreS f ANTHONV WAY NE tThe nerolntlouary IlcrolWn a Sol dler Kvoti na n Boy THync was one of the Jehding spiri6tj of the American Itevolutlonj JHo served throughout the wEir most of the time with the rank of gbuorpl What ho was as a boy wilt Intereslj readers nud this they zany learn from his blpgra phy written by Sin John KSpear When he was about flftpct ynrs old Wayne was attendUjg a kchcxjl tough by his uncle Gilbert op ibr1cIWayne alA this uncle catqerit ii t the boys conduct wrote the following letter to Anthonys father Isaac Wjyno I xeallyxixpcct that iaretitalaucci t tion blinds you and that ou linve mis taken your sons capacl yf1 What he may be bi st qualified fo 1 know not W One thing I n m certain ol Mwm nctf E er1 make it scholar He may perhaps w make a soldier lie ha already dIstb tmeted the brains of twcthlrdTpftlie boys under my charge by ehcarsals of battles slcgog etc They exhibit 1hc npp n ram elln of Indians and bntore than of studdents this due d with a cap of many colors others ha ted in coatsI as variegated like Jos phs of old spine laid up with broke n heads andp black eyes During noon in place of the usual games of amuse ment he baaathe boys employed in thr wing up rcJ donbts skirmishing etc I must he candid with you Brother saac Unless Anthony piys more at xthet1troml j BEFORE THE B 0 KjWhea Patience ipa II for ikJeM StreHHea Kncrjcetlcl Mortal pW We arc air familiar with thelmpl r Hence whldh comes naturally with ago tkI nd failing health the iintolerance of TJ ttle hindrances the inconsequence rguInent the PCtuJqncetn cnlment t whlck arc the tlristSlgnsi oc senility uttere Ila anoie kind olf Impatience hicb lias a wholly differtnt meaning co tf the bih plr1ted strenuous ke feel tbe ha d edlatI the human bqdy sn some hldc1c l YI 1 can givet4ts ownerAmtui iwhose be lOut la centered a cmat IJetoth w 7W E 1 I iWe s11 Coaln Any from a BusheIft earload 1 tf tfI i t Robes IllaoD1sc d Harrows Oliver Chi1reh dPIOWs fAsiii S ti T tu on li I jaares r t attiie thought that lib mastmi takta before seeing Its ejiHzatIont A V fnrtnagaln dt flpryrcnegjTirliOseyiIayj ijinvo beev spcnyri conflicts tpiiy redouV I blclils efforts at the prospect of t cl1i Jxcssaticn and show aii almost hyster4 leal vitality id his closing jears it rIn comlnonplace of literature Tliemeii wt thq gr nteflt power UUVGIUC 1ifeast I foIersiIouor5pet3 trJuthphl the mtit ibiflingSehsc of the smallness ottiiel flotngs and the rnasniue of the r titsk4gThat line off In Mambtfani was ono ofHhtr last utt vLtuuuua aii little done so Whlct do is n cry a the UpsotJ their eyes on a far hoirizoh tilil Justify themsclvcstelthdr td tical scone idea or to walk a thpr on the torfd istl e last HasteI Ih of the strongest citnr rind itS 0he trlto nhraseVcgtqhi nT artalfk I Is thnsitraceU to Its origin ip iff old eyciopeki ttt private soldier lIcdbUfjcqDtIJnl Mf loo thercf ivc daTgbt ai larfiifri Clcrtch hint along thcprsnhl1becnr1 tain Ayc but Uo TVpnt let inct rc lUlbd tlte innn TheCnTas that tlc TaJJtnq bud cuigIit h iiGro gi Sprnctlc lie spipefito ry In his cnii1 DicUgDl17 otbo Vinr 9te i75jbut sreq1tliti uwnu vuiuii to ii r Isf C1 ietor1lft uiperitl AusrkLnscr ft lllt Battle against tlieiurks lliui hJsug scents Eb vnrIestiutis r BctCg hm alongl saklliis u1i ride5rie Wont coine saidl apdy rlten cuullo iooourselr repllt l the other Arrnhi Saidi bolut ha Wont IcXirieJ f t Strtiescle niicl StrRiRth Strcqgh comos only QIrouglr jstriHg gle through strngglcragd carhestTvorK ndvcr through a frilfntlc bc against the bams norlhrough self tmjj health Is t prison bf your i r buiidiug a vprison wIieireln jrpu locked by ypujr pjcrn lijbughtressne s t and jack pit self cjpnro Circuin stances have sonie hins to owltlJ Uf jlnd you uiay have iplieotei fl tundeb icy towqrd Glscnsc t1i asc ctrcum staices must be nltethd1nnd inherited f eakness oufgrarri 2BoUiam bedohe t tUlleSt thinklngnUdthoughtfjOlwbrkt ill move nonuhflnsMaxitelrs TaJini r T etL5A Sleep DeatroycrSI id Ae you ever troubled with InsQn1i h 1 laslecjiiessness7 ii h 41 should grfy I am Some nights 1 ont sleep three hours A3r r t4rtint9 3egot litawfuUybad titve been afflicted noj abgut tjQJt nrs 1 f The doctor calls I pjjuris Insgmnis JJaraiaxitfs lye hind fabout eighth n tojdntftV iynd we call fbEthel S6fioolindstfer t t1ff 110 BobfAreou Diplomatic Dick fon4ecadIngDck i iPldJjNo 1 hate It tharsthenenson ptcnc1 to 1ikp Jt If toy Mother ojigli I d1dnUicipto re ilij fkeep mo at It 1lttwtIn1t 1r lTrangcrlnt tt W b1t3s5 l I t 4 fi f + nodaubtflLa isi Xber Is lilttloc oirites ypn ttoo muc1e jJia ihule the woiauii you Jove ft qJ vcsyou ko lItt1w OrleiM = wlt f LS otTfItmeDcmocrat C 7 Arnnn Ia tu tit finds P1CAn O1ft Jt L Lii l 1IIIai V iSjinci i 6 F N1oaityis tlebctpo1Iy It l l the bytoeritIcs1 deAcon iid wisli u cogId make eynrybody rflie reckon lOdOu replied the JH ed t8iP 4t th b II I- tI I 1 El JJM BURTON 1 t IDfcNT DENTIST tETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT PAIN I 0 cwHafJJicki up stSjrs i SPRINGFIELD KY Air Dental Work Strictl f fs Firstclass 1di H LAMPTON J J OFFICE I OPera louse I f iItsS J SIK PRINGriELDIY 7 J 4 OFF EDr Rinehart for f mef 0 ffioes over Peoples Deposit 4 Bank i Office hours 12 to 2 p m jkT 11- AT1 F v GRIGSBY r 4 RNeYAT lAW Me 1 Office over Peoples Bank j8pRINGF1LD KY t p THE ANCESTRAL TREE i j Itm rtchei Mar Be WJaeupread Fer OMC FHlurc Aaierlcaa spe Ingr hetcrogendties and the homogc neoustess of theTsame If one taa s y I the American say 500 years f m DoW nay have some trou ble in rading thff lines of his family tree shIn thoughtful mok MAt any rate Judging from tile progress the United States Is making there Is a Ic1iauc or a few difUcultlcs along this lincj 11 the erstwhile and even now tl1c job was comparatively simple It + was ui I is simply l1 question of going t back tc ibe days of the RRevolution ri cqlpnlnl days the days of the white Ib4 jinlretl yaud dames nut the American simplet1Skroutand expand with the country For Instanci the men and women of tIle ututo have to trace their lines through an ancestry thus geographical Iy givci Indian Mexican American Hawaii p Porto Rican Cuban Philip plnlnn anamalai and Alaskan And yet tIe e areonly u fewcof tile pos slbHItlipi which might be mentioned In thesat ij conuccton and for the same I reason j TIncle SailCis an expansive sort of chow afad Just where he will quit on may not guess even In the wild ic klessncss bt ones fancy The AnTerlc n of the future may be put to the dir extremity of showing some sort of remote adceistry association with en the lynx eyed far easternr ers7 J w Orleans TimesDemocrat THRASHING SERVANTS t Domes e Life Ik England latHcTime ot Hfiarr VIII In tti lt remarkably minute chronicle of dome stic life in England in the time of Hen y VIII TussersFive Bun dm Pilnts of Good husbandry the learned and pious author seems to take i4 it for njanted that the only way of dealing with maidservants to thrash them u imercffully lie tells us in his inimita le doggerel that a maid must be forced to be cleanly or she Is to be made to cry creak Mistresses are advised to go about with u holly wand I their hand although they may not ahvays have occasion to use it and to pay home when they fighf tbat IsI to say thrash but not to be always chiding As regards the laundry the iJf domes c serfs ore warned to take heed w ten they wash or run in the lash and to sviisb well wring well and beatI well sc that If jny lack beating It will be then selves As fo the unhappy Cicely the dairy maid the is to cry creakthat fp Say to be thrashedrJf her cheese is hove or puffed up and if the cheese be tou h Cicely Is to have a crash v Itt e heesebe spotted Cicely Is to be amend d by the bnyea and if it be too lull of whey the wretched dairymaid Js to lave a dressing Finally if any mi ggots are found In the fcbeeie mistress Is to be at Cicely by and by Th SeTe t efear Loca t The pen air career of the seventeen year locust Is soon completed though in its ormart and earlier form it is said to live undcrgroundfor seventeen years ceding on roots The J irva drop from eggs laid in the twigs ftrees and quickly burrow out of slglt each one forming for Itself a subterranean Chamber where It re- maIns hurled and alone month after month for fully seventeen years preparing Iii some mysterious manner for rIts brie enjoyment freedom With perfect regularity at the end of the illotted period myriads of these 91nects attain maturity and emerge Si from tlieir long Imprisonment when for a onth or so the Staged male sings Us striking song of courtship while he female busies herself with laying ggs TUCK is a continuous record for about wo centuries of he recurrence of the cicada at these seventeen year Interva s The first note onthe subject was midc in 1710 wASmaJl BezIRrlSRC Long before the Revolution n young printer in Philadelphia when he bad taken his working apron at night moot sltSgrfng over hi dozen of old I Volume by firelight Hefoou knew them b heart and hungered for m re- But Ixw ks were costly and he had but little money He hid eight or ten cronies young to imen wio like himself were eager for t knowlc ge Ranging his books on a 1S 81ierte invited his friends to do thc pe hat each of them might have the be out of them all Ben ranklI thus laid the fotnda J tion of the flrst circulating library in this co utryaWkr Kitty if pB JL gri at many years ago the people of wOrSblpedthhe wss like the moon because she was more f ctlve at night and because her theyfIappained it Put ht The same name tbjy gave ti the moon for the word mea the f ce of the moon The word has ti c nngcd to Pasf and Pus and fcas coiue nt last to be Puss the name the t otUs give to the cat Bostom t rraIpt ILEAD ITOIN 1 AH AboutYourself 1 and fFO RENT Man stree dwelling house Inquire atthi jotece T + New gqods arriVjin daily Prices below competitors alj tjie Racket v The old Thurman louse which ISIS advertised for rent is being put in neat Repair j Get our prices on sugar by the 100 poundsejl barrel GampbeirsEacket FOE SALE The timber on fifteen act es otlind kCCANAKY Dont foget to bring your beef aXVaysposted bell 1 FOR RENT OfficB rooms Court Square adjoining the circuit clerks cetApplyto Mrs T W Simms Jr A car load of galvanized wire Will be here in af few days get our prices on sanie betorVbuj ijjg Campbells Rack t t aDot pay old time credit prices for groceries when you can get what you want at Cap bells Racket for 10 per cent lIgss Mr ilarr B JThompson has bought of Mr Sidney Green the farm known as the Polin Sans bury farm about two miles jputh east of town for 4000 The bowling jalley tinder tlie management Benedict Baker has close 1 after a prosperous season It willjbe opened only at short iatervals until Fall The great Barlow Wilson minstrels one of the bestin the business will oppe rA the Opera House on Saturday Jan 20th for on night pnly8 Messrs She rard ahd E N Hundley of Lebanon were in town yesterday Mr E N Hundley sold four wagon loads of tobacco to1 the Continental Co FQRRENT12O acres land one mile south of Texas 1oKy good improvements 95 acres in grass and 20 acres in bottom Apply to John Debo Tex sKyt FOR SLAn English Black pigsfedigreea tration Will sell at a bargain EL DAVISON JR LOST OR STRAYED From my place on Mackville road a large l rd shorthorn cow Any nfor mation leading to her recovery thankfully received S C McGiLL I Messrs Ben F and John F 6imms have recently bought 4CO lead of feeding cattle in Taylor andlbavedistilleries of Mattic ly MJobre in Nelson county The Central Baptist AssociaC tion will meet in cdqyeniion at theBaptistx church this place on Saturday and Sunday January 30th and 31st An attractive program has been arranged and everybody is invited Two children pf Wash Janes this county died Monday vithin two hours of leach other of measles and whooping cough One was 8 months the other 2 years old They were buried in the same grave alb Mill Creek yesterday i J Tbd McGuinnessW o 6 drijff Comedy Co will appear lit llje Opea House here next Monday for three nights giving a change of perforinanca each night Popular plays specialties and popular prices Seats on sale at Wood Campbells drug store Prices 15 25 35c Mjss Lena Pnrdom and Mi Berry Wilham were married at Bethlehem church yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock Rev R L Purdom father of the bride performing the ceremony Messrs J S Olaybrooke and A B Campbell of this place acted as ushers The church wasfilled with the peopetoleaving the church the bridal patty wero entertained at supper auntMrsThe Frankfort correspondent of the Courier Journal i respun ible for this Representative i if Wfi mnni NiAA2 Local Happenings of Interest l The Freshest and tatestif Friends Acquaintances TOPICS I P tWoD Claybrooke of Washing ion county will be a candidate four years hence to succeed Sena tor Harry Uancaster pf Mario- ncountYjsit will be Washington Mr Claybrooke ihon of thje yomijg members but his ability has received the tecoginition it deserved ana he was placed oil nearly all the tmost important committees be II ing tI member of the Caucus Com mittee on Schoolbook Legisla tion s If all the repertoire shows thatj are at present touring the coun try would put up as good an ex hibition as the McGuinness Woodruff Comedy Co which opened a weeks engagement the Danville opera house last Mondayevening it would prove a big thing ahd not hall so many would he forced to disband This company has a line of the best specialties that could possibly be- tgotten together which are alone t worth the pries of admission Drnville Advocate A systematic effort is b ingtt mide to induce the management oLSt cat1erl1eslo rebuild the academy and monasty nearer Springfield and with that pur pose in view a subscription has been started by th o business houses and citizens lo raise won eyjo buy a site to donate for that purpose Aboutt 3000 has already been suoscribed under those conditions Each of the two banks promise 500 and the leading business houses 100 and more No subscriptions have as yet been rereived4essl than 100 We will give further details of the movement next week 1t1ctIroyCo1vina Miss Mary 0 McElroy and Prof George Colvin of thisii place were quietly married in the parlors of the fjouisyillei Hotel yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock in the presence of the brides mother and brother W DMc 1 Elroy and a few other friend Rev Dr ELi Powell of the Chris tian church officiated ijhe marriage was quite a little surprise to the many friends of toe young cbuple at this placeo although it was hriown it vtot- aki1ac soon but the date bad f not been generally announcedt The bride is tha youngest daugh ter of Jiranc Mrs W T Mc Elroy and on account ofhert many attractions of person and deposition has d host of friend and admirers Prof Colvin is a Washington county boy and af ter finishing his course in Centre Cqllege and also the law eepart Dentaof that institution Igradua ting with the highest honor of his class he went to Louisville and held d respdcsible position with a Title com pan jj About a gIIIoffice with Hon John W Lewis At the opening of the Grilled school hews appointed to the principalship which postition he nowholds Mr and Mrs ColI vin have returned homo and will board at the home of W D Mc Elroy I Public Sales Col K E1Whayne reports i two sales last week AtG B I Grains of Boyle county on the 12th notwithstapdiIg the day was bad a good crowdpresent i The following sales Were made lOyear oldmare 30 10 year old- mare54 t milk cow 20 dry cow 1650aged milk cpw 1625 3 head of steer calves at S9 per head 2 head of calves atl 7 55f per had 15 headOf 90undpshoats atO45 per 100 1 sowe and 7 pigs S1425 1 wagon 3975 h4y 60 to 70 cents per 100 poundst corn 50 to 51 ctnZer bushelp mmettOlarkllofThe d ywased but a good crowd attended and property sold high One pair work mules 271 blind mare 22 cowS and calf 26 stripper 9 cow 20sow and pigs S10 2 heifer calves 725 per head 18 head of GOlbi shoats215 perjhead 3 male hog H 50 corn 50c per bushel 8000t shingles rough 4 lumber romf 30cLtol per lhundred feet tkiea Whfromhinarket3450 2EousehFor Rent The tpllgate property on tbe Lebanon pike ossession im U ediately Inquire of Woqd Young s i GLASSES 1 LAND 6L4SSES Some people seem to think that if they only wear Glasses it win ibe alright with their Eyes There would be just as much sense in jprescribing 3 the same medicine for every disease We Give an Examination That Can Leave No Defect Undiscovered IIMainI j Hit n1i HOR DENTISTOFFICERufBIIA Biiw Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FERSONAlt Hubert Claybrooke is here hrsweett off of the road r G Ion Spalding of Louisville was hereon business the first of the w ek Mrs W alterE Leachmanis visiting her parents in Louisville this week Misq MHa anhasgoneitp spend a month with her mother at AjJairvillo Mrs Bert Blanford of Louis ville is here on a visit to her mother and sisters W fLlLeaehmanspsnt several days with his family at Pewee Valley this week r Squire Ope Prewitt of Taylor county was here the first 6f the week on business Ben Edelen of Birmingham Ala left for home Saturda fter a brief visit here Mrs Neal West Qf Perryville is visiting rthe family of James Gregory at Pleasant Grove Mrs McCarty andtwo children of LouIsville are at the home of her Brother Mr Wilson Green Miss Hattie Adams of near Loretta retutnedto her home to day after a visit to Mrs S C He drenN Mr and W s Clark Craycroft f CincinnatiNwho had been at Perryville camp down and spent Saturday ni It aitd Sunday at- he hiomOJt C Wharton Will and Evan Hagan attended the reception given at the home of Mr and Mrs Pius Whelan Sr at t3ardstown Saturday in honor of the bride and groom The following party leftTues day for Arkansas and other points in the Southwest on a tour of inspection Messrs Sidney Grqen Ui A Green W K Conrad and Andrew in Young people gave a bowling patty at the alleys last Thursday niglu which proved to be a very enjoyable affair Those present were Misses Myrtle Price Ma me All n Bessie Campbell Fannie Smith Lillie SImms Florence Edelen Robbie Simms Eddie Shader Clay McElroy q Miss Nora Bonta left Saturday- for Bowling Green whore she Will continue her normal course in Cherry Bros College Miss Bonta is one of Washington countys most talented teachers and has a laudable ambition to improye Herself by taking special training and studios for teachers between her school sessions Farms for Sale We have a number of good arms for sale at reasonable rices 411 persons having real for sale or desiring to pur chase will find it to their advan aga 10 give us a call Prompt- ersonal attention given to all ush s placed in our hands Searcy Neikirk Real Estate Agents Springfield Ky Office over Robertson Bros tf y ACostly pate Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wro g if you ake Dr Kings New Life Pills or Dyspepsia Dizziness Head che Liver or Bowel troubles ey are gentle yet thorough 5e ac G J HaydonsDcuR Stor FbntFour nice upstairs rooms new ly finished Also store room inIt my building on Main street- Luther Burij Opolloll8eq 1 Three nights commencing Monday Jannary 225 The ever popular vv li McEinnisWooiiIiuffr fl J Comedy Co In the bowling Metropolitan Success THE MOOHSfflfc 8H6UUDEIIU0 P 8 POPULAR PRICES Saats on sale Saturday at WootJ Campbells drugstore 1 For Rent A house with 6 rooms on east Main St for reeL Inquire of Isaac Curry or J M Burtpn Aches pains or muscular inflamation in any part of the body will yield to the great penetrating swr of DR CLASSES LINSKNT Sold by Wood Campbell AN OLD SUPERSTITJON The Practice of Caaialtlaar Scrlatvir as a Baelc af Fate Tlie practice of JnimltIngScriptDte as d book of fate was generally con demned by the church A council at Vannes pronounced against It In 46J lD So did one at Agde in 506 and lone at Aurerre in 585 Charles the Great forbade it his capitularies and so did Pope Gregory IL Never theless curiosity as to the future was so strong In mens minds that theca torn continued An odd circumstance Is that the cathedral chapter at Orleans in 1140 appealed to a prognostic of this sort In supplication addressed by them to Pope Alexander HI against their bish op At his consecration when the pel was opened above his head the finger pitf the deacon rested upon the words And he left the linen cloth and lied from them naked This was a token that the bishop Ellas was to be turned out of his see- The practice of observing the book when opened over the head of a prel ate at his consecration was Very com mon It was thought that a sure augury cOuld thence be drawn as to what sortoi a bishop he would prove Cbam bersJJournal nnclanfla Pint Railroad The traveling on the first railroad in Englandwas not very comfortable undoubtedly The coaches were at first pnly coupled with chains as wagons are now so that they Jerked the unfortunate passengers nearly oft their scats at starting and clashed violently against each other when the driver put on his brake When fairly in motion if the speed was any but the slowest the very short wheel base produced a pitching action so trying that Jt the Journey had not been1 a short one it would have seriously affected the pop- ularIty of the railway as a means of passenger transit Deflnitloa of GrentaeM Dont you sometimes think you would be a greater man If you wereMo cultivate the art of oratory I dont know answered Senator Sorghum etA greatm n as you know Is one who gets mentioned in the school qoks after he is dead instead of the financial columns ot the newspapers while heSs iIioWashthgten Star Ifl1DaeI Aunt Jane Helen t sayr that young man kiss you last evening Helen I dont thIti1yOu need to complain auntie I dont think he would have given the kiss to you if you had been there instead of me Bostoti TranscriptI J Danjcerdm luAu hows yet husband the day asked Mrs Raffetfy of Mrs Muldoon Sure an hes no better replied Mrs Muldoon The doctors afraid morality will set lnt Detroit Free Press A Geaereali Spirit Henry I wnt2 tWamqrnbjg l What torr Must I acount to you for every penny I spend I dont insist upon knowing about every penny When Its less than a nickel you can bunch IL Cleveland Plain Dealer f JTet Vafll Taen When may n womaa be said to be happily married 1 Not until she has iUd the pleasure of refusing several 1iuehH Detroit Free Press eeiaaut Cleel In Malay the natives keep a record of time in the following way wa1tera small perforation through slow degrees the water finds IhavlngI inside This opening is so that It takes just one hour for the shell to fill and l1 kThen a watchman calls out the shell Is emptied and they begin again t Such trifles as minutes and seconds are rarely heeded on the peninsula Fancy any one asking the time in Ma lay and being told that the cocoanut shell was half full eHBtiT For Children Thereshould be some sort of law framed whereby eacli boy just as in Franc aiid Germany each ablebodled man performs his term of military duty yjnit Spend at least three win tees oft his boY time In the country wrJtesjEmery Potter in Outing And when lisay country I do not mean that pert refinement of the genteel pastoral the suburb I believe it would net as- a tonlc to the race There would be wider outlooks freer less cramped jjralns hid hardier souls IosiBenevolent Old Gentleman Dont you thijak fishing a crueli iport- FishermanI should Just think ItA wits Sve been sitting her for hours aadpuver bad a a pglf bite and beeDtall the skiD otrthe back if my neck PlckMIUp a LI SECE3ETiGRIM MYSTERYTHAT LURKS WITHIN CASTLEfThree Mea Only know the Trmtk Al eat the Terrlfjriac Carve Walek Re Its Vpea the Aaeieat HablUtlea aa4 Their Lip Are Sealed NeaFthe border f two Scottish coun ties set in the middle of a broad aDd fertile strath and protected from the northern blasts by jiL range of lofty mountains there stands apd has stood for generations an ancient feudal castle Although the oldest wing dates from 1the thirteenth century the greater part p4it was built in Jacobean days and With its numerous turrets battlements corbels and pinnacles recalls the glo rica of Cbantilly and other Fjrenck chateaux of the same period It belongs together with the surrounding estate to a wealthy peer whose grandfather married a north of England heiress with a dowry of over a million sterling During the greater part of the year the castle is untenanted save by a few servants and caretakers for the Owner speeds his winters abroad and his summers in the EngLIsh seat brought Into the family by the aboveI mentioned heiress But autumn months it is full of life and gayety for its kindly lord and lady who have many children and grandchildren and a host of friends keep open house then in their old Scottish home and its halls and corridors narrow passages and winding staircases echo with the sound of merry voices pod the tread of youthful feet from morning till night Cheerful however as the invited guest finds the old castle and warm as is the welcome extended to htm within its walls he must be possessed of little curiosity and less imagination if ho snot feel his pulse somewhat quick ened and his sleep somewhat broken during the period of his residence there for he has probably heard al ready something of the weird associa tions which cling to the house and its owners and of the mysterious secret said to be known only to the head of the family to his heir and to one other person a secret so grim and terrible as to affect the whole lives of those who learn it and make them different from other men f No clew to the mystery has ver been given by any one of the three deposita rica of it lint popular belief has long intbehabitation of a strange half human creature of terrifying aspect and fabu Ious age the Incarnate embodiment of the curse which tests upon the house In the gayest moments enjoyed by those who during the bright days of early autumn throng the guest Cham bers pf the castle there fs always an Indefinable feeling of some weird pros JoMy dear young llady were the words it the host to one who was pay Ing iiim her first visit as lie bade her goodnight it Is I know the custom of ladies to sit up latfe in one anothers rooms chatting and soon fow that is not allowed here When you go to your room tonight remain in it add lock the door Once on a wet summers after noon some young people were enjoying a noisy game of billiard fives in the hall While the merry din was at its height the tall bowed figure of the host was suddenly observed to be standing in tile midst of the party I want to ask you all he said in his quiet courteous tones to go up to your rooms at once and to remain in them until a bell rings when you will be fluite at Ubrtyto comO down again Instantly like the Arabs of the poem the players silently stole away to their respective chambers After a lapse of some twenty minutes a hell did ring Down they all came and resumed their game where it bad been broken otto No allusion was made by any One to the mysterious behest they hadreceived r In a ulet corner of the old castle there la a quaint little chapel trom tIie restoration lcdating Dutch rUst of the time and in recent days with a rich altar and other accessories by thepresent oWner who spends much time there engaged In solitary devotions A year or two ago a young officer whose visit had ben shortened by a sudden summons to rejoin his regiment had arranged tb leave the castle at an early hour In the morning Quitting his chamber about dawn he took a wrong turning In the uncertain light and pushing open a swing door found himself in the chapel which he had not before entered At the tar vend he observed with great surprise a motionless fig tire kneeling near the altar and mpved noiselessly up Jo see who it was He recognized his host still In evening dress oft he had parted from him some seven hours previously A young medical man was not long ago staying at the castle by invitation of its owner who had made his acquaintance abroad and being some thing of an invalid had asked bim to come and take a few weeks holiday In Scotland and at the same time to give him tIle benefit qf his professional skill A room was assigned to him In one of the towers and tie was in the full enjoyment of his visit when it was suddenly brought to an end in a strange fashion IComIng home unexpectedly early tl9mllhootlngleavlngI stance A stain which he had ottenI observed in the carpet under the Window was now visible exactly at the op posite corner of the room showing that during his cy hours absence tKi whole of the furnlrare must have beet moved out of the nijaHmerit and the carpet taken up The impulse came upon him to re petit the process Out Into the passage according went bed chairs tables wardrobe and everything else up SAme the carpet and there In the center of the floor was the inevitable trapdoor Wf ngt11 he descried a steep flight of Steps which he descended lighted can die Iin hand and found at the bottom a narrow wInGIng passage along which he cautfoasly made his way Suddenly he was brought up short by a dead White plastered wall barring his farther advance and putting out his hand to touch It his finger went half an inch Into the plaster which wa 10ft wetI and evidently quito aewjy laid onp Smoothing it over as best be could not an easy task without a proper Imple ment he quietly retraced his steps to Wm room rearranged carpet and fur iture exactly as lie had found them and Went down to tea keeplnghis OWBJ counsel and saying jiotMng to any onei of his adventure I Next morning while he was Still hij feed a note was btQq cht liin from Wa Viiiwwwiiiii iLi a fr ILL f t fra i a DRESS SkIRTS 12JllOEt E 1 IAll New Goods1 These f i I Prices fqr only a few days 51 fl t 1 i It L t L SjBIES SMITHS j at Special1 Prices to closeI out x t Jj3 One size 32 Cost Style Grey Zibolme Suit sold for 2750 t i tJIt s now or15 t frf I i One size 36 Check Coat Suit sold for 1250 goes now for 3 1750 t ttt v y tii 1 5 One size 36 Lig at trey Coat Suit sold for 12750 goeg 1if9 nowfori5 A jCi 5 One size 36 drkgre Suit sotdfor15 goes now for S698 5 One size 34 blk S nit sold for 18 goes now f r750 W i- i59i And several others atrBurgam prices These Bargains 3i will not Ilast long sO dont delay v E1f t 3 3hSWear sacrificing Ladies aidMiss es p s CLOAKS buy until you Isee tf3 them IDont jI t n J V1 rrt 3 i L 3 B7RG7INS E IJIn Every Department thiring an r r 3 ffLikt t Handsome Purchases Prize giVeri away itht na1i 1Sit ROBERTSON BROSer P A JOHN 5 McELROY tli i It fI GENERAL rINSURANCE 9fN U t i 1lf irire rornai llj4 j i4 aJ t l t I J j fi q I OFFICE QVER PEOPLES ANKtLj J y 2 a Y p ti it During mYabencefrorofficeW FGrigsbr or George Neikirk will attend to ahy b si itsK forme b I J r J7 h tit Remember that the i0j tic iiftff SPRINGFIELD LUMBEii t Handles Everything jn the way Oelt t 1J t 1 f BUILDING MATEMAM i it t Rough and Dressed Lumer = any quantities t J i1ttcv H i iihJtt iai q IL I If you have building t04 get du J tia prices We can give you estiinJato nSbuildings completel Orcan futnisIOI t1 tmaterial at lowest prices tr JV ib Yards and office neal depot 1iit Hi J I Telephone 39il SPRINGFbj5 tX sOaca iawyer no was iInth e castle It inclosed a checjc and briefly Informed him that his services were no longer required and that a carriage would be in readiness to take him to the railway station at the earliest hour convenient to himself London Mall NERVE ON THE GALLOWS Waa J ke HaarmaH ltf the Ceavlet Premptlr Haaked Blmaelf Some time ago a Russian criminal was executed in St Eetjersburgi He had during llro years murdered twelve persons the last one being a priest The law did not show this monster any mercy but speedily condemned him to death Stebljanski was the name of this wholesale Murderer and be Tiopeir to the last for clemency Whemtim pteat warrant waS read and the Jt Jceeperra formed him that he had but six hours to live he raged and swore to revenge himself in the most horrible jnnnner After being left alone in the cell the first thing he did was to break bit lamp and procuring some matches be set fSbrokeI entire building was for a time threat ened with destruction Fortunately the tire was discovered In time and got tin der control before much damage had bon done but in the meantime a ter rible struggle ensued betwenthe keepers and the criminal wh bad fortified himself with an Iron bar taken from his bedstead The first man to enbr the cell was knocked senseless and it was only alter being almost suffocated with smoke that the prisoner was finalSy overpowered Next morning the SuccNtlbn took place The condemned man ascended the scaffold with much bravado madea thorough examination of the same aad flsally declared the rope was too short uI cannot get my head la tbeQotp he stUdand though it will pause some inconvenience to Tfait I will smoke a cigarette while yoa are bayINg U attended to lie lighted a cigaretfiB a txraioc to the executlonetrnade a speech point ing out the detestable ia hif prqfMiIba and as a cosdemBed crimiBial la JlttMla Uas certain rlfkta no Mt flared is ta ternifthlM I TIM executioner wile 1Itu really a teader h arted MB 1sIbi ectedt by the JHralllilDc s at the murderer and turning to tM1rori an vemWed before the a tffoJM declared that UIi conscieNce dJdnGt a1nw Wm to proceet or to tnC areu Wfiuiiirl i life andiie then and there rested hb M rposition and departed amid the S40Jl1 itJtcof the assemblage fU This caused great confusion StijHigtty the representatives of thc raWj tQr14A where could they Inn hurry et anot1 L er executioner The Question wioi f however wived by tbcoudiiiIe4 tt1sman who declared thathe duldf c 1 ecute himself assoonas he gotthroufh Jksmoking lie stllrteda nteresfjjit conversation with the priest rdndjigptf the fire minutes or so which h hadrv r4IIIUPTCountr tains striding remarks about the telav lion of capital puu1slunet Ings l ot ChrJetlnnity s1 akisstoapeeetyglritatore Jkicked awajptil trapr W Washlhgto Stir 7 I IltIThe SllJHf Aatoar the J dIne The inha Itant of Paleii usda ver Ancient Uax of 4f the most skillfull in Us use bgI tribe ot BaJai1nkhoaettjfwaa never to mttSi their ataiW t ttak rtheir skill appear more ttha they niftjwsedVtoiHa g hand Thialiiiwtio casw help at Ziklag were m las aM They used at will either the orthojeft The sling Was 1Iht5tiIvdrlte Tyeappa of sh i heid it drove away wild bents TptliflBii WII prising aa lie badno doubt rwi prjfe tice Ia the use of tlilslastpant 1 guarding lil fathers 4 sit orkeJAd1II 1t1MY son follow nowJIf thetotsu 41S of tHe loafer and snake 50 exarS t him who Is born tired forverilrT aaij4q unto you kiljusinei is yM the HataoRdb cofiwe are jlU MiW 7ran the wJa1ttJiBS pisu arlw- piI r ItIbettettbaWWb- its I t 1a cord titan whittle ata eatch and bu the gorspbW IiJ a whIis4 thqa but i lb au 4hmws- snee Jjb4rd eeek7 rtMTas lqsejt a elWr j knecli4 I t1Ir otI f t If yott irottJd Wt tbf waric you must aim a little above it Kverrarrow tat lie ela th attraction of the earth w = c A s UNe Itat worl4- I lwMlt irJJltraIMl Vf any audieoce b an rhicli wit upon the OpersiISvI s4hs grest msis mtt tef h NMIonaI Arbitration WM liiI ioiIThe interuUoqala diwl r ami bikers u white f jjMWfattenw ai ih ou p4iments 0ipouHbi 1 Ai hw rlf ht was i sIlGiWxHHi weariog a aIzpii ad kwkiig qI Iiots Mxt to him was tb BbbLbr SiUirermn fro York a tell well J kJMU 4ackivt and culti t va1 r law ck Mi the vigor bt tI 1IkMll bCI4Lheru ff iou J J4 Dickinson t ki to irlife awl looking too jmjtohr dtrrted a rifle 1 AtJAiii iAt tIM Mft piIf f tvr 111E1 Jq1sIn of the Senate i as f jrrtjaodsha y t to hair IlaM ikers U a JLn Then i t sa41dw QacMtfiei pale and x bMTtwith a kt a look ia f es d tiidi life Las li UM row Waul GIn Miles thel iaiic Vvn preserved lEtuiwbo hag seen u livingLsht to aj r WJM gneUjd with abun 41it I plan ftu speecajs dwstaJJivfaror of putting an 2I + d to frar by the then of in iistI Wl1 arbUrafcon Und es piskU adirocam i treaty of 1b frit briw H America and I The resolutions adop CongressoLJud PrttIdmt ArWJratioa appears to be the provetot F 1M iai problfffli The feel lar iMIDe Uiat Columbia bas 1biia rmtbtr unkindly treated aW li ator Bacon has caused Jawri 2a tipPJe Of excitement k W by offering rso t iMt jpropoaiag arbitration of coe rliUI claims on iccount of MM rt olHtfcHi ia Panama 1A kVfJy bte followed the pi op WuodlaiHl Sfnator galeor j MalM practically agreed with Mr B ioa There is unwilling noIIon to iattrftr with Executive J actte L he dsbam wa contm ViMitiirMigbTaWayand Wed Mfia r UM iftti inst and was 4 JMrtidf aW4 i ilii by zany Senators ua hott Wt I sa or Cultum b introduced a bill tl bjcof which is to cllte Aalionai arbitration of ir t I put between capital a d kb JT Pabiiclty is the key f MM of Ue bili He would have trikwi al appointed by the Pres- 0 U4I itt ftch weber to ieceive A i krftwUQr MpecmimkIng has been ma4fiiiboh l tiou lei regarding v M JftT PgaUoa of the postoffice frav4 win while the trial of Mschii the Groffs and the La Toledo On Is in prog 4fi iIiii citY befire Judge Pti i iPhol the public t4ks1it little interest in the liotirjliit court room is filled wita Ii Y rtyrho study the legalh j fOOM lags Both sides have Lser a array of counsel and T HdHrofrfc8 iis being made XpcHT tbe bills now being tIoC911 d red ii Congress are relief Jegwk iloii for Alaska includir g roo4 1 aacte and the propagation I GAIdrenhic tsk It hin ai iIWytg Tbey over IUIIu d en teptd by all aut MXUgMIb4t edi = e the fowsdatioit dWYer weak diteatloet or kss bis i icr dkiea Doctor iaybs4 1Uiei4Ouierk4othrorgansd Ilihtl food ia per as te 81chi1411a cDilUoa of- ps wXe DIacovery u IIor NcotIcL sut rIbMMt fucsGokIea Mad 9IItfrI Pmo u tri mkei iivhW Mds U IIk6aI fHII- I re e t4M IM j GoI4 Z5a etIDr Pss C = Sett Ma1A- 4vW is JII svsr ZwihWI t is to ply Ir Addte DrJ =fJ r w lof salmon the promotion of Gen Wood the bringing pf 600 schoolteachers frpu Portd Kic6 to at sttend summer Schools rin ther Uoittd States tHe adoption of iuJiciisfam nt of a corps or tr med nurse m for the navy the con struction ofu large hospital in Washington and public buildings in Hawaii the removall of inca pacitated clerks from the rolls and th3 establishment of fcn ex tensive forest preserve in the Southern AppalMttn mountains The debate upn Sen Woods promotion is announced tor the 1 lSIh must The National Democratic Com mittee has helclct haimonious meeting in this city and sfelected St Louis as the place lor the nominating convention to assem bIn the 6th of next July For seven months St Louis is to beth capitd of the world and the city promise to accommodate OO19OOguests My Bryan has paid his re pects tp Washington and he1d reception in the lobby of the House Prof Langley proposes to add to the gayety of nation by sending to JSt jLuuis a model of his Eying fish machine which if now nesting in the mud of the P ViIGreeley of the Signal Corps has been infopmcd thatif he will re r sgu hemay go on the retired list asa MajorGeneral He de clines the proferred promotion Curet ARcr ufer1hI in Years B F Hare 2 ia j ma0ycle Mfg Co Middletpwcj O iuFered for ten years with dycpapisia He tpent hnndredf of dollars lot tnedcins and with docors rihont rcciveing any per nanert baneiit He says One night while feeling exceptionally bad i was about to throwdown the evening1 paper when I saxv au item in the Panerre larding the merits of Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Iconclobed to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After useing two bottles baveIl Dyspepsia Care to ray friends and ac quaiuiance suffering from jstqmach trouble SoJdbyall VI ggist tLTI1e way to a mans heart is through his stomach n an old saying meaning that to win a man you must feed him well r If this is not true it is still true in another sense tbVt the way to mans hearth through his stomach Many persons imag ice that thev have heart disease when it is only indigestion This is 1oVVit comes about The stomach distended by g s crowds thrheartand gives the feelinrrtbat l the trouble is m the heart jr If you dont KNOW thiit you have heart troubl try using Walthers Peptonized Port and see If Soes not relieve you Small size 50 cents large size 100 For sale by CC J Eaydoo fI Doneslic TronHps It is exceotionnl tc find a tam ily where there are no domrstic ruptul s occasiooly but these can be lessened by having Dr King s ifew Life Pills aroutd 4uch trouble iheysive bv tbeir great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not bnfeyj relieve you but cure 25c at U J- Ujus Hay Drug Store Liberal Offer The sto kmen and farmers of tne entire United States bughtVq be proud of The Breeders Ga zettetbe great illustrated weeklj demoted to their interests publish d at Chicago Its regular issues surpass thos of all other publications of ljtot class Its Decent special numbers the Thanksgivingday edition the International Live Stock Expo greatZThrLstmas are the finf st productions of the entire year in the whole range of clwhoi cl nre missing p rare treat if they d o cot receive The Breeders Gazette regularly WH will send this handsome 82 week ly for the ensuingyear in corn bination with our own paper at a net price of 2 forboth A Living Book 5Inrlfr- Tbfr mystery of lifo bunmrely fur tlslitMl the thinker with so strange ii problem Unit which nrlscs out of i fiiot lustunwd by Mr W IL Hudson the mitunillst Mr tlmlson had a piece of Hiiakc nlilii which for years he is n book marker Jt changed dj periodically und Kbinl ItH iioales It con tinned to shed Its sinlcx jii this Tash Ifen for ten years each ucceedltiK lwt of sen IM beliw smaller thanltbe lust JSdfep frtirly recent bobka would make ren u hippopotamtja bide ookuiurkor chuBKe color were It to find Itself be tween theIr ItaveX The sensltlre book wsrker capable of blushing rose red pllHjr with cmotipu may no doubt orI a feature In the literary Ute of the t aniafclujc future nnd perhaps In the titentry world Some Emotions of a Mernl Book Marker Is a thinkable ofP9aeutkouht c w L T Ii iT 1 rf i the Way to Ijon1 By TRYNTJE Ml lOiS l Copyright loco by T McClore S I s s S S SOS S Iti going from Macon to Geneva there ate two routes the one byyNjin tua and tiie other by Bel1egatdgth- are so charming qnd so pfirtucesqtie that the choice between tniIs sometimes nearly heartrending v It ivfls qu ajMsiJu height lateautumn day In November thtftfe tty gui ap paronflyan Amoricanr started to get pluto the Bellegftrde train Waltingits if ito enter the same compartment stood a man well loaded with valises Perhaps iit was because he also was an Amen Can that njlien he saw her helplessly struggling oh the steep ladderlike steps Immediately put forth a strong hand and raised beV gently to the llevel above Perhaps It was because she wntnot positive as to what he was that bAr ly bending hi r head in acknowledgment of the conVtesy she stepped swiftly over the boulllotcs seated herself In the farther corner and turned a steadfast gaze far and away He seized the strapt and swung him self upward after her then banged the door and Jerked up the window The IS MY HAT OK BTKJLIOHT BBX latter was stubborn and ore it was firmly fastened the train bad left The station and was speeding fast As he seated ihlmself he threw a quick glance ar his companion She was a pretty girl wlthi blue eyes a JOT able n efn kissable mouth and an ir reproachable traveling outfit A lookfof amusement crossed his face as he noted the frigidity of her bearing for kba knew enough of human nature to be quite positive that she was thinking ot him Her rigid interest in the scenery on her oWu side assured him of that fact He unbooked the Indlcateur and studied It carefully and when he stood up to throw It on to the bundle rack he felt that her eyes had been turned hi wy so he sat down again folded bit arms and waif ed for time to pass alit tleThe possibilities of French trains are great Those wlthdut tempers gala them those with tempers lose themIn both cases one speaks She appeared unalterably fixed In her determination but nevertheless be waited quietly hopefully Each jlopked out of their own win dow The Jura mountains were mass Ing themselves one against another iji a reckless desire jlo become Alps as soon as possible and the Albarlhe was nifu nlng from cue side of the track to the other as if in all Its previous course of existence it had never seen a railway train before Suddenly they were swallowed up la a tunnel and the girl gave a quick startled cry Its very short he said politely She did not answer They came put into the light again and stopped at Artmore He llet down the window and leaned out that being the favorite recreation of the continent al traveler The Village was overftflv ing with soldiers cockades bands nd wine fIts the day of tjic lot1 drawing for the army ho said as he drew In hU head and raised the sash again His tone was disinterested In the extreme Anl thats Mont Colombier on your side he added She looked at Mont Colombler and said with a chill haughtiness Thank you t The valley of t1e Albarlne was be- gInning to merge into the grander Tnl ley of the RLjone time latter river sweep ing broqdly beside the railway while the Alps increasing with each nearer view looinoJ heavily a bQvef 1 My BreathJ Shortness of Breath Is One of the Come monest SIgns of fieartDi3easeotwIt- h4tandIu = What many physic hthiay heart dlseaao can be cured Dr Mile Now Heart Curo baa T err nxanontly restored to health many thousands who Rind found no relief In the medicines talltfpathic or homoeo pathlc of regular practicing physicians Jt has proved Itself unique In the history of medicine iby being to uniformly pucceiaful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of tho first signs of troublo la Bhortneii of breath Wheth er it comes as a result of nrallBnff or running up stairs or of other exercises If th heart is Unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers there l3 something wrong with it Tho very bet thing you can do Is to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will co to the foundation of the trou tic and make a permanent cure by otrcnethenlnj and renewing tho nerves Know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For a number of years Buffered from shortness or Lreatli smothering spells and pains In my left side For months at a time I vouM be unable to lie on my left side and U lay flat on my back wouldnearly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Heart Cure which I did with good results I began to Improve ct once and after taking several bottles of the Heart Cure the pains In my side end other symptoms vanished I am now entirely well AU those dreadful mothering spells ore a thing of th- opastF U DllAICB Mlddletown O youtheFREE WrIto tous for Fran Trial AntiPainfor Pain AlSo Symptom Blank Our tellyouCOLQItVi9IuE3 Womea VYI 1 Are Made Mtterab1e b Kidney Trouble jj KWMy kiiblIsys ps i nIa4 BMrafM aIdIaNIas1nbI bustyvlr seesAiLt 5SYTS Net rK rdbIar ku t tbo tIMKIsaotsMs it is prev1M f Jtoraf t wItrote b dwetti r depend iipes it tW esass of the difficulty U kidney trw It salths first step should e tewarac the treetcneat of thee import4 tOfraa This unpleastitt trouble Is due te ajtoeeaed ceniltlon of the kidneys and klerfeer sad set to a habitat most people swapeee Worneft as well as riven tie made miserable with kidney and bkdder trouble remedyThe1SItt is seen realized It ta soW V dniffifts Irt fifty 1 cent and one deHar sizes Yell may have a wn bottle by mail free alsp unpbtet teH ettIng all but it lncl dHnf many eff th- etkounsdfttsstkncIs1 letters received frm suttees curee Ia writing tr Ktoer 4f Co Blatkamten M Y be sura and menHen this piper inc liner view 11 OB fatIJ mae remarked kindly She did sot turn her head Ill sit on that side if I ever rotura this Wl1ytt she marmured The train stopped at Cubs and he left the car and smoked a cigarette on the platform of the jrare When he climbed iin again she glanced at him about half way to his knees and be felt he Lad wide some progress The next Is Seyasel he announced cheerfully the half Oil the opposite bank Is In Savoyi She looked across at the Savoy half of Seysscl and he contemplafed her full face for two second how Interesting she commented coolly and turned to the French half He pulled his tnusfaci and the color nhls eyes deepened with an undto guised mixture of aiiuaement and Iia terest s Another tuonerOur lamps eem to have been forgotten Hls vbleegi A Evidently Her voice He knew from the sound that she had turned toward him to speak Then they came into the daylight once more and rolled swiftly abovitbe Vczeronce We really ought to have a lan he uhf anxiously The tunnels lire ninny between here and Bcllcgarde She lookCdat him furtively mind be caught her eye and smiled openly Dont be frightened thougbvie said vrltHteady reassurance iLnm a married 1n1 Some curving Sues crept between hoc eyes aud 4fe lmmaI toe she responded They exchanged glances With atroacr the train plunged into darkness again When ittiew forth a chance passing cinder would have perceived that be bad ehenged his seat to one byilier tIt you e said when T got in I was fairly frightened at your lofty baring Were you she iald How nice I wanted to trfghti you Ive rend that Is the proper feeling for ladles to try to inspire whin they Ibid them selves alone with a hlanu Aro you often successful J be queried TbenNosbe Ho took her hand in big relJmhe said earnestly were you cverltJcceHtuU 01 She hesitated and her hesitation wan suddenly swallowed la another roar of engulfing blackneee- Go on he whispered Whispers rush in where angels fear to tread Well she replied slowly once before today only one mind youI went through a tunnel with a man She stopped Ob the unfeeling brute be cried ImpetuouslyThe came forth to the sunlight once there T tIs my hat on straight she asked demurely Yes Its straight be said but its meant to go a little tippy isnt itr Hand m e the mirror out of your va use she said I think Id better see for thyself He stood up and proceeded to seek the article demandedI themdownknow I hopedbe so mad agala as I was at you wbeu I got on to this train He kissed her laughing You were mad be said You Were just awfully malt I wouder4if youd ever speak to me again I dont carelhe said smiling and rNantuaElate aa Coakllaar The first speech I beard Mr Blatae make1 after I entered the senate was at the called session of 1870 when he re plied to Senator Hill of Georgia on the amendments proposed bt the Demo crate to the army appropriation bill ofjto be present at the pulls He was uot an orator but u strong Incisive aud attractive speaker who prepared him self thoroughly and was quick to seethe most vulnerable point of attack in the enemys lines The seat pf Roscoe Conkllng Blames most Inveterate enemy was on the Republican side of the aisle la the sew ate chamber while BhUne occupied a seat on the same row but some dis tunes east of that occupied by Conkllug The debate had become very Svarm and ns liaise in his excitement ad sauced toWArd Conkllng and the D ni sbaWSaIllsburling Invectives at the Confederate brigadiers ai he called them Conkllng forgetting for the moment Biaines turkey gobbler speech in tne Tbirtynlntji congress when they w re both med hers ef the house of representatives suggested another poln to bis old enemy which Blame accepted with alac 14Sfteeni badpoke19tprday livening Pest taIn beyj his father Ive got a pencil which will write green purple crimson oV any color you like Not tile MDi OCBCJI my aojj w Sarent oet me a mme re WTU daddyP toff Til give you A dime if it will said tke old man The youngster dived into bis pocket produced the stump of 9 comnion lead pencil and wroto oh 4 piece of paper crJmson11Jlurple dime1 Of Cearse He Could Im dreadfully worried I havent heard from Gegrge for three whole days But Ties on the ocean and cant write tin he rendipsithe other side Nonsense Couldnt he put the let ter in a bottle aiid throw It overboard Ive often read of such thlugsNew York Evenihg Journal asdjd Dill you evef lose yourself In any of the great roles you assumedlJ Well an veredpMr Stormlngtpn Barnes I wasnt exactly lost but I have found it pretty hard to get home Washington Star Obeyed Ia trqcUon The oity edltori sumin qed time photog rapher of lila staff Colonil Welll gans house is burning he said and I want a picture of the lire pet out there us quick as you can with your camera and take a view of vhaf left of the building from the Inside of the fence corner But said time photographer irf Thats time pQlntJwunt it taken from right In the corner Hut I think theres I dont care whether thems a better point or not YoU kUcwhut I want Hurry up You url losing time The photographer took bis camera and departed A few hours later he came lu with the proof of a picture he had taken fronl the desired point of view What Is this said the city editor That Is a photograph of the rujus of Colonel Welligans house from thcln4 side corner of the fence near the street cant see anything of the house couldnt either responded tile photographer 1 tried to tell you there was a big tree standing between that corner and the house but you wouldnt letrnd Tibet lhe Strange Land It is a wonderful country and a strange people Think of a tract of land where hot springs abound round which the deposits are of such ruin bow tints as blue purple green red and yellow It Is easy to imagine that the landscape effects of such coloring are wondrous The social customs of the people are scarcely less astound lug Polygamy Is common whdre the men are rich enough for wives seem to be question of wealth When pov efty compels them jiaveral men will have one wife in common Brothers usually enter Into those strange port nenhips The people rarely wash finding It warmer to be dirty The men anoint their faces with butter while the women stein their countenances mahogany color with wood chips and lacquer the bridges of their noses jet black Cleanliness Is an unesteciued practlceLondon Outlook Fatal Precaution A farmer in Cumberland county was driving across 4 rallroadtrack when a tip killed bothohis horses an- dkACd him bout ten rods off his course In theJresultlng suit for darn ages the plaintiff was on the witness stand making out a good case when th defendants lawyer asked him Did you take any precaution before driving upon the track The witness seemed reluctant to an swer but being pressed to do so finally stammered out Waal squire I took a little just a couple of swallers thats all This started a now line of defense and it turned out that the couple of swallows were the last In a pint flask that bad consoled the honest old farm er along the road This put a new face on the situation Lewiston Journal Rulue4 by a fleredhuar Sea Castle Rising Is an instance of decay brought about by a receding sea the town once a place of considerable im portance giving way to Kings Lynn as the waters retired A memory of the former relative positions of theitwo places is kept alive by the lines flung was h seaport town When Lynn was but a tnalrab Now Lynn Itba seaport And Rlilntr fares the worse But though It lost Its commercial val ue it retained Its political status re timing two members down to the reform act of 1S32 At that time if had three voters on its poll list but the only person legally entitled to exercise the right of voting was the rector London Chronicle Norr tVamit That Meant Mrs 3I wish you AVpuIdnt snore so Mr JIhave to niy dear otherwise the other boarders would hear you Columbia Jestef i v butITtyiioirthaitt 222SouthPeoniaSLCnIcoo 7 1902 Eight months ago I was to ill that I was compelled to lie or tit don searly aU the time My ttomach was to weak andupset that I coujkl keep nothing on it sad I vdmitod frequently I could not urinate without great pals and Iooughedsgmuch that my throat and lungs were raw ado Tho doctors pro nouBced it Bright disease and IconsumptionIt They called it AAt I bad no do sire to lire A titter viiited me from St Louis and asked mo if I had over tried Wino of Cardni I told lice I had not and sh- obotiht a bottle I believe that itiavedmylife I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value J z Jff Dont you want freedom from rain Take Wine of Cardui and make oae luprcmo effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a woman work in life Why secure a bottlo of Wise of Cardtti from your druggbt t- evf WtNEiCARDW a j 1 EAT WHILE THEY MOVE Chef Tell ef Pecallailtr oit Pa troBM of Dining Car The chef oil one ot the Pennsylvania dining can was particularly talkative the other day The train waawaltjng for its Philadelphia passengers and every table In the diner was occupied The secdnd call of Baltimore psscn gera were standing around the aisles walInothose whose appetites had not yet appeased The diners seemed to bebeenI Ipg In a most leisurely fashion apparent concern for those who were less fortunate iIts always the woYu said the dark complesloned cook glancing through the can When the train is running nlonfr those people will eitabOut twice l as fast as they do ordinarily But when she comes to a stop they start to talk and hardly touch a bite Its time motion of the moving train that does J4t Now you Just watch them aqrfsee if rnl not right Just then the trahY pulled out and the observer saw alight which firmly convinced him that lila informant had spoken truthfully Plates knives and forks began to rattle Industriously Ev cry one began to eat as If his llfp de pended upon the next mouthful Pldnt 1 tell you sol called out the grinning philosopher Philadelphia Telegraph LIFE ON OTHER PLANETS A Subject About Which We Kaew Abaelvtelr Hathlar Upon the question whether Ute bent ing planets can exist In other solar systems than our own the answer of science is clear and distinct It is rqw clsely the same which Professor New comb gave concerning the possible In habitants of Mars The reader knows Just us much of the subject as I do and that la nothing at all Within our solar system we can Indeed form some crude estimate of probabilities beyond it nothing All the amazing progress of modern science all the rev elatfons made by the spectroscope or by photography all the advance in bi ology have not brought us one step nearer an answer to the qn tlonIst- hIs thionly Inhabited world We1 sand essentially where Whewell and Brewster did in the middle of the nine teenth century or we might indeed say where Galilei and Copoano were 300 years ago We van Indeed spin out the discussion at greater length than our predecessors and can Introduce a far larger number of more or less Irrele vant facts but of serious argument entlreJ1estltuteKnowledge A SEA GIRT TOMD Francois teneWas Barlert en a Stock lattYtllatie Francois tene yicomte de Chateau brland some twenty years before his death writing to the u ay6r of St Ma lo his native towu made the request that the town would grant him on the west point bf the rock of Grand bay a space sufficient for his burial To this Island rock accessible only at low tide the body of the great French littera teur was broughtat his death A granite cross marks the spot At high tide the rock becomes an island and the waves of the Atlantic beat agqlnst this lonely grave The fiftieth anniversary of the funeral was cele brated by a pilgrimage to the Grand bay each person being requested to take some floral tribute After solemn niusa In the cathedral Qlldtwocrossed the sands and mounted the rocky slopes and with the sound of music and the firing of salutes tho fib ml homage was made Poems com posed for occasion were recited an oration thee pronoun d by M 1ftl Vlt oonitc de ogue and at night tle Grand bay displayed green funeril lights f Mourning la Kerea Koreans wear full mournuag tot thcir fathers The dress IjIot hemp cloth with a hempen girdle A face shield is used to show that the wearer is a sin ncr and must not speak to any one un less addressed The costume Js re tamed for three years the shield for three mguths This Is worn for a fa thor only Secondary mourning is worn for n mother and no mourning at nil for a wife The bat is of wicker Dur lug time ChinaJapanese war the United States minister ordered every Amen can citizen to have in readiness a dress of this sort for disguise In ease of flight Ilia Standard oit Measurement I thought you claimed this was a good restaurant lie grumbled av they passed from the room of the big dry goods store WeU IsntltT nah I knoW or a place over un Madison street where you can get three times as much us weve bad tOre qu- aterCliicago KecordUenild 1 tot a rift Accommodating iMeaucst folks Ilaer saw In the warbackteller goln right your way with one 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literature iiuil famii tar with the works ot time great pldy wrights had never seen iijallay per formed j After dinner Tajtna was persuaded to recite to the Intense gratification the abbe parts from his prin ilpal roles Ill return Talma begged thi jecclesias tlc to repeat some passages jof his sermons When he bajl done So It Iis sptendid mOnscigneur as far as this qxclalined Talma touching the chest pF the preacher but the Jaw part o r your body Is depIbfaTilel C early you have never bestowed a thought upon your legsf Stanley nlln Klsbtpr 4 thoroughly good alansmts Henry M Stanley whom 1 firstitin tin Ashantl expedition No noise no dan ger ruffled his nerve and lie looked as cool and self possessed as if hud bceii at target practice Time after tina as I turned In his direction 1 saV him go down to a Luccllng pdsltlon to S1osfdnltln1ing aim It Is nearly thirty Jrdars ago and I enD still see before inej the closV shut lips and tleteruilncU exprpsslon of his mfauly face which when jhe 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