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I r I tllt t jU1 t Ifj I f THI NWLDtR f r jl II lii r t J4I l 4 C jt t 4 1c 1 Y0 New rlIi vofDNJi4 1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTL KENTCKi JANUARY 2 8 1904 iW iY AB i4f A LL rIf qJ i t I19 BDRTONtGO MERS RS J Y ja k in took all kinds of aneraJ fmppUH PHONE 53 t 7v J OUR DIRECTORY iVSPRINGFIELD county seat of j Washington County 52 miles south ast of isxin tun 59 miles from ouisyillc on Bardstown branch of jnisyillc and Nashville railroad in farming and agricultural district wo Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber t ards Pppt ation 1100 population of Bounty 15000 iu Congress Hon DRepresentative t Sniith Hodgenville Ky Representative id Kentucky Legis ature Hon 17 D CIaybrooke Representative inStaeSeillit Hon Lancaster Lebanon Kyarry i I t Director YL t 4r ootJ CIRCUITJICOURTc Circuit Court begins on the fourt i 6nday in February JMay and OctaSI 1I wj j 1t L Dtirhamif ConimonweMth At orney F M CatnpbellOlerkuMi G Leachi1an Master CommsS i oae QUARTJRY COURTn Quarterly Couf Wrheld on the thirds onday in each month B L Litsey Judge r t LCOU TtcURTICounty Cxntrt iaeeits on ouday m e hmuth iBfLlLitsey Judge 0 iF Booker CountyjClerk t SayeCOuntYAtt0YSGeorge Catlett Jailef Byron Croake Sheriff a I Richard Isham Sidney Osborne SRH aiullican DepntiqJ Ed Masters James F Moore County Stir eyor 4 Jl RbyaltyVAisessor TPOBryan Deputy I Robert Woe Treasurer Ji M Montgome0r0flerrj W School P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge- John Gcaas Mirshit WVF Grigsby City Attorney I JUSTICE COURT V t Justice Courts are r held in January April July andOctober f Ghurch Directory tj BAPTIST CHURCH Rev S J Cannou Pastor Serf Lices everySundayatll am and 700 Sunday School at 900 Prayer WI Meeting on Wednesday night at 700 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D Ward Pastor Services Suudavs In eachThirdcn the Firstandi 1moullatl1 a Ui and 730 P1J1Sun at 10 amSunday1c day ScliO0l every Wednesdayeting1everyPrayer uight I 5- t CATHOLIC CHURCH e Rev FP Ben estay Pastor Ser Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock vices every ant Services at StRose same hours j CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rcv Felix Pastor Service 1 second and fourth Sunday 10 each month PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RevT D Latimer Pastor Sunday at 11 LmiPreaching every schopl every and at T pmi Sunday Sunday uti 10 nm Prayer meeting 4r Thursday evonlne at 7 oclock everyI f= Fraternal Ordeas 1jC3c01Epr3ngfCk0dgC Mouday in eachsecond 5Na SO meets mouth WashJn ton R 0 Chapter No 5I iii1 w1s1a every third Monday Sijririgfield Council No 52 meets on- tVPrV fourth Monday NIGUTSIOfTMcetj3I1VICtCU ineacbcTcn esL3 j Jii if AMERICAN f rf SILVERL4 TRUSBJ f COOLp II ZMVIWur- r Il1i I Sey8IeICYUIJlSIKJlKk For ale by 0JT Haydon A i I iWWWi liWfifi OSi I ROUND Of TALK I iS f1 DOWN ON THE FARM When fiercely smites the brazen skyc And pavements parched and scorching lie Tis then the country side invokes Its pilgrimage city folks The losust through the golden days is strident hurdygurdy playsf The fireflies furnish through the night Their myriad electric lights The flowers that Ceck the meadows oer Eclipse the gayest milliner tStorei i Theyre wholly free to all who pass No copper yells UGit off the grasst The cows that mid the pastures walk Are ted 60 biittercaps not cnalk 11 Notgong they ring but gently moo The milk they serve is white iiot blue Here winds no plodding caravan With hail freesfh fisht BAnan1 ItAndIt eggs FC rTrlckN w WAV ILLG1VEWORKT h e bin introcluced in the Leg l islature by W D Claybrooke ofthiscouutyto build an asylum for Drunkards and have hvconfined Ihesame as lunatics to be attracting a goOii deal i of attention and i13 meeting ttb expressions of approvalf Probably the most enthusiastic and practical iriendOof themeas re is the corresponded of the Larue County Herald at Badger Ky who writes aAmong the ew bills in the Legislaiure we- eeone asking for an appropria bon to build an addition to theE Lakeland asylum tube used forfi the care and cure of drunkards t would cost about two millions but lets see how little we can make the pile I hereby ages to give flfty days works if toe late will pay my expenses therell and ack anti board me at work It is a good thing push it TJP pADS Therqis A bill bell jlJV ffre Congress known as the Brownlow bill which If passed will solve to a large extent the road questjon The gill provides for an appropriation of S24400i i 000 on the pstrt of the National Government as National aid in building wagon roads This f money is to be apportioned among the States according to their population except that no State shall receive less than 250000 Each State receiving National aid from the Goverment must add a like amount to the sum receivecl This will there lore cause the spending ot 48 000000 for roads and will build rcni 6000 to 7000 miles of splendid road and will place in each State for 100 to 500 miles of fine harfl road which will not be affected by frost or spring rains and oh which the farmer can haul the year round Kentuckys share uhder the appropriation would be 640000 which together with an equal amount from the State would work wonders ip the public roads of the State TOPER CLASS The c i t i zens of the town are just now considerably worked up over tbe movemerit on tto have the town of Springfield reclassi fied and placed among the towns of the fifth cass It is necessary that the Legislature act on the point and a petition has been circulated for signatures which will be forwarded to Repsenta tive ClaVbrooke Requesting that he introduce the meaSure before the Leg lature At the same time a protesting petition hds al so been passed about among the citizens and has received many igners opposing any change being made in the classification of the town ati all There are strong jarguments made oh both sides oi thequestion According to population Springfield prop erly belQngsin the fifth class as having more than 1000 people As the town is now classified she gets itIe credit ofa population less than 1000 while the last cen sus shows 3125 people which tofis some slight changes required in the government of fifth dlass townSlut the main change andI the one which the opposition is afraid of iis tjiat it puts it into the powpr of the town council to increas3 the tax rate The rite i now limited t990 cents en the 100 Yhile if we had a fifth class jj PL town 75 cents will be the limit Saloon licenses are also increased in fifth class cities or the law re quires that the license for liquor sellers shah not be less than 250 per j ear and i tmay be more Tftb saloons here now pay 225 per year A great many ftUXI payers are opposed to any meas ure that will make iit possible to increase the taxes of ihe town and they argue well Since the graded school tax Las been im posed the total ratecn all prop erty in Springfield is now 245 on every 100 To make that any larger would not only be a burden pn many but would cer prevent other people and Itamly enterprises from locating in the town The placing of the own in the fifth class does not tt of itself raise the tax rate but i isgive the town board the privi lege of doing so ifi it sees fit As he expenses of the town now en tirely consume tber venue with ery littlel Improvements t o streets and otherwise going ontJ t is feared that the temptation to add moie taxes might in the uture be too greats to be with stood 4 O T CATlEnlNEsTtIe pea O pie of Springfield are awaiting with interest the de cisiqn of the sisters of St Oath erines about choosing a location or rebuilding their iustitutipn about Sprngfield Ih looking about for sites near tOwn on which to locate the new buildings very suitable places have ben found There are at least three sites just below town whic offer many advantages nf a location for the handsome buildings which it is proposed toI erect The places were visited last Sunday by the Council of the convent and the sisters were very much pleased The liber ality and enterprise of the Springfield business firms and individuals in offering to donate the 6it3 is quite commendable and looks now as if it willbear- ruitbyi having in our midst one of the largest institutions ofl jhc kindf in the country W DOITTO y The timeworn i n ju i tii n NeAer put oil till tOTmorr w What you can do tpdajJ is nbw generally presented in this form Do iti today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or de moralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days porhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAY and llet that remedy be Dr Bos cheeks German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you corn pletely No matter iVw deeps ate d your cough even if dread consumption has attacked tour lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it has done be fret thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular the 75c At O J Haydons drugstore The Wets Win1 JIn the election held at Boston Saturday to determine whether or hot sPiritQOu nis and malt liquors should sfc sold In that precinct the ocal optionists were dgteated by six votes the resulf being Against 117 for 123 The total nuniber of votes polled was 250 and it was One of the mcst exciting ejections ever held in this county for this pur pose Both sides worked hard and excitement ran high The matter was in doubt until the last vote and the official countt made knownr Nelson Record Whstc ill a Na11e1r Everything iiiii the name when itl 0JDewitt Co of Chicago dscovere some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel thatlsasoeclfictor Plies For blind bleeding itching and producing PileseC2ema cuts burn3 bruises and all skin diseases DeXVitts Salve has no equal This line given rise to umerous worthless counterfetsi Ask for DeWittsthe ii by all 44ruggists t tNatrOy Escape i Mr Bob Brents who has been breaking on the K Ij infprnis usthat several nights ago there came near being another collision between two freight trains similar tD the disasterous wreck at New Hope a fedition this ago Orders had been given one train to take siding at Penick for three sections of another train In the transmission a mistake occur ed arid the engineers lead only two sections and when these had passed he pulled out Just as he had reached the bottom of a grade between Penick and Biley he observed the headlight onsec tion three about 100 yards away approaching and applying tile airbrakes made for the fields The engineer on the thirdssclioA also saw the headlight on the otljer engine and tie too applied the brakes and deserted The two monsters gradually slacken ed speed and came to a stana till within about twenty feet of each other It was a narrow es cape Lebanon Erterprise ft A Very Close Call T I stuck to my engine althouj gh every joint ached and eveRY nerve was racked with paipV writesC M Bellamy locomo tive fireman Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give upI got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well asI ever did in my life Weak sickly rundown people always gain new life strength and vigor fromth eir use Try them Satis faction guranteed by C J Hay eon Price 50 cents FoUnda CurB for Juthostioll I use Chamberlalps Stomach and Liver Tablct for indigestion and firid that they suit jay case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and I have pseitnmny dlfferentreme1 diesj I am nearly fiftyone years of age and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can ct1inot anything I want1i6no wGe TV Emory Rock Mills Ala For sale by C J Haydon Pharmacist This Horse Has Horns Snyder the biggest horse in the world and one of the most wonderful animal freaks will be exhibited at the Worlds fair The horse is apercherongeldibg and is uwned by Charles H Gam ble and H Williams of New York City He weighs 2700 pounds Snyder is a beautiful park chesnut in color with not a mark on him except on his forehead This and two oneinch horns whichare grpwing out of His temples are his remarkable features The horns can not be accounted for The white star or puzzle is in the form of the forefyuarters of a horse or deer showing the legs head and horns and the urve of the neck It has alsobeen likened to a map of South America A man of aver age height when standing at Snyders head only reaches his nose and wen he is groomed it is necessary tg use a stepladder GDOJ SPIRITS Goodspirits dont all come from Kentucky l Their main sourde is the Iliver and all the fine spirits ever mad m the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandone ill effects iit produces You cant have good spirits and a Had liver at the same time Your live must be in fine condition it ypu would feel buojants happy and hopeful tright of eye light of step vigorous arid successful in your pursuits You cnn put your liverin fine condition by using Greens August Flowert n u greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cuce for dyspepsiaor andigestloni It has been a favorite housendld remedy for over thirty live years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At C J 3ay dons drugstore WonderfnlNel76 Is displayed by manv a map enduring pains of accidental Cuts j t Dds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pathl and cure the troubl Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too25c atCJ Haydons Druggist 1 Lr Lebanon L 6cals k From the Falcon The Docket for the coming beenfclosed and is as follows 141 old bases and 16 new appearances op the equity docket 29 old cases and 18 new ou the dommon 1law docket and 71 cases on the crim inal docket MissLiijie xndiCJffiedrl1eyt turned h e the afternoon train yester y ta receive the blessfog of the old folks at home anJ the corigralur of their friends i Eations surprise edinIrOJ the fseason Vas that of Mr Thoma J Mackin of this city to Mis Nora Seymour o f Louisville The mrriage was celebrated in the latter city Wednesday afterc noon and the happy couple ar- JtGdVi here on the evening train rbey will go to honsekeepio on Main street near the Seqond Presbyterian church fMr John Blandford of near here and Miss Eliza O Daniel daughter of Mr Ed ODanielthe stock trader were married at Stj Charles church Wednesday morning Rev J J Pike officia ting AweddinJif dinner was given the party at the home of bride after which they drove to Lebanon and boarded the after noon train for aErjp to Owens boro and other western Kentucky After their return they will reside in this county where they haye friends by the score r AWPocict Doctor Jeyer in the way qo trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing inrostilts are DeWitt Early Jtliacrd A vialpt these little pills in the Vestpocket is a certian guarantee against headache billiousnees torpid liver and all of the ills rosnltinff from constipation They tonic and streng then the liver Sold by all Druggist When bilious try a dose of Cham ber Iains stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once bow quickly a firstclass uptodate medicine will correct the disorder For sate by C J Haydon Pharmacist Court at Lebanon Circuit Court convened Mon day for the regular January term and there will be a few changes in the personnel ot the court official Circuit Court Clerk Tom B Spalding will handle the Court documents iinstead lex clerk Lancaster and the prosecution of the law breakertojll be looked after by the new Com monwealths ttorney Rill the latter who by the way is makIng iit warm ortbe llaw breakers and making for himself an excellent record Enterprise Jkfr Wm S Crtne of Cnlifcrni Md who suff red for years from rheumatism and lumbago JIe was finally advised to try Cbambcriains Pain BaIniwhich he did and iitcffec ted complete cure For sale By C J Haydon Pharmacist The Editors Home An editor died apd slowly Wended his way down to where he supposed a warm reception awaited him The devitmet him and said For many years thou hast borne the blame for the bad spelling that the printer has got off in the paper The paper has gope for one dollar and alas the dollar has failed to come in The printer has bedeviled thee for wages when thou hadnt a far thing to thy name People have taken thy paper without paying foritand curjsed thee for pot 1r 4yersif htIrIfeed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grdw completely cures dane druff Andit always restores color togray hair ill the rich dark colOr of early life My hair fklilnc eot badly and I was fcraJlalrmdomr aaIraIIicouIdwIh1ttob uzsscc LL3 Xllzabeth N 5ioQabottle Je4TZRCO LneII MsAtldnig1stfor EaHng Hair Eetting oufa better sheet Thou has been called ndeadbeatbv the railroad conductors when thou hast shown thy annual pass to their envious gaze All these wrongs thou hasfrbone in silence ndjasaway Satan mutters Heaven is his home and besides if I had let him in here he woulol have bsen dunding his delinquefit sub scribers and thus creating discord in my kiijgdom Saved Pr mTerriblpneaih Tao family df Mrs M L Bobblit of Barrelton Tenn saw her dying nnd were powerless to save her The mJ skillful phy sicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surleytakingber In this terrible hour Ihv Kings New Discover for dotTsurnjjtioif turneddespairintoi lot The first bOttla brought immediate relief and its continued use Completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed Bottles 50cand 10 Trial Bok tlesFree at G J Haydons Drug Sotre H Fre h frpuit a hibit According to reports that have reached M F Johnson of Fern Creek the president of the Ken tucky State Horticultural Socie ty the State never had a more flattering prospectb atthte time of the year for a fineicrop of fruit than tl9W has Mr Johnson who is also jphairman of the Hor ticultural Committee of Ken tucky Exhibition Associ4taon Is taking advantage of this Batter ing prospect to arrange for a fresh fruit exhibit at the Louisi ana Purcha Exposition for the entire Worlds Fair period after fruIt begins to ripen The ex hibit will De opencI rbmpUy on April 30 with cold slorage fruit 100 barrels of apples dud pearshuvicg beenstored during the last Fall Mr Johnson has just Issued a circular to fruit growers and persons interested in the exhibit in very county in the State askingan organization be perfected at onceso every county may be given representa tion in the fresh fruit display After organizations are perfec ted minute instructions are to be issued All shipping charges areto be paid by the Kentucky Exhibit Association t A Prisoner in Her own HpnsB Mrs W H Layhaof 1001 Agnes Aye Kansas City Mo has for sever sCferehoarsen mei1doorsby physcians with no noticeably re suIts A friend gave me part of a bottle of CbamberlainaCoug Remedy with instructions closelyfbllow the the directions and J wish to state that after jthA first daj I could notice a de cided change for the better and at this time after using it for two weeks have no hestitation in saying realize that I am entirely cured This remedy iisfor sale by 0 J Haydon Phar macist formerly Lived Here Mr John M Muir died at his residence In BardstOwn at one oclock yesterday morning oi Bright s disease in the 74thyear of his age Mr Muir had been anJnvalid for several years past and his death was not uhexpec ted He was a remarkable man in many respects and was widely ptffavorably known He was ariatlve of Nelson and hadlived in the countrydU of his life He had however been a resident of Bardstown but a comparatively short time remoyinfij here about one year agb from the String town neighborhood He was a widdwer his wife who was Miss Mildped Bedfbrov of near BlOom- field liavingpreceded him to the graVe a number of years ago He iis survived by a daughter Miss Annie Mir and a brother HonJWMuirfof this place and two sisters Mrs Margaret J3loe aid 11J13 Elizabeth Wailer of Morgantield The Bardstown Standard The Standard iis mistakenr 1GedinNelsonal1 once one of the ryosi prosperous fameps In Washington county and owned the fine Keen farm at t o Beech bridge onthe Willisw barg turnpike He left here ut 20 years ago To Be Htnmj9 t VbatUebpeInTi 1werecitizens throughout this coofnly Many of them diq d and were buried m various jgaijts of the county Capt Hi W Lyeh through whose instrumentality the handsome Confederate mqnu ment was erected iitt Spring Hill cemetery will shortly have the remains of every one dfMb ese soldiers placed in the conTfeder ate lot in thisceinetjsryja Among thcsp to be removed are Captalri Wright of Georgia who died at the home of Robert Al xaider- and wastburied initile family t graveyard and LjeutenanfRen nick arid Charles and William Noel two brothers all threeof the latter from Jackson county Missouri who came into t he State with Quaitill and whoJJ were killed at the bOrne of 14rsj Vanarsdall by Bridgewaters men while eating dinner Jesse and Frank James and the Younger brothers were irt this fteht HarrQdsburg Herald r I J t Euchre for Stj CatderlK f At least One ttnjbusand men women aii4 children sat around tables in Music Hall yesterday and played euchrle Eachdiie paid for admission to hQhCardI room for the players were all in one room andthei proceeds Will go to the relief fund that bas been established to assiist St Catherine Academy nearSpring field whicl lost itS building by fire on the night of January 2 The big euchre was u odei the aspices of the alumnae of tile academy WbiChJSa large body here were usel in the afternoon a d thirty prizes ereddistributed J At nigSt the players sat around 200 tables and Cpresented an interesting and vivacious scene More prizes were given lit night The committed haying tthe af fair in charge was composed of Mi Margaret Scally Schairman Miss May Tigh kiss Catherine Morthorest and Mrs McCroclt lin Courier Jpurnall PROTEOTS g 1TIIRI CiTABBH 1STEI AGINL G HyomelPrevehiA Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh Money Jlack If it U Fills An ounce oc prevention iIB worth a pound of cure1 few breaths of Hy omel throu ttAneat pocket mba ler that comes every outfit will check a cold of the grip at the start and prevefft s rious and lasting illness v In all catatrla1 troubles and dises- of theturpass JesHyomeiba aP98 Itive action not possessed by any- ermediciseoritrcatment h It is pleits ant apd coniejnent to use simply put 20 drops of Hyomei in the iahaleraiid breath it u lew minutes four times a day In this Iway every particle of air lhat entersj the lungs charged with a healing balsonu that kills all ca tarrhal germs soothes and allays the irritated mucotis membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a per manent and complete core A Hyomei outfit costs only Sland coKtaihs an ik haidrt medicineI dropper and bottle of Ifyomdl l The inhajief lasts a lifetime and when more Hjjo mel is deeded extra bottles cain bgtib tai jed for 0cSTWood Cajmpjatll give thir perso Ial guarantee kviti every Hyomei ouiEll they sell to refund the money if it does not curd AO IBIII MtESiter GJommissioner1 J More Rothwellrj of Uarrard county was in tbencity yesterday attend ling Circuit Court He left this morning for Frankfort wherfche goeVin the interest of his 3shr game and forestry bill whicbjfhjB hopes to passatthe prl8ent ses ston of ihe Legislature Urf Rolhweirs bill provide fotihe betterment and enforcement of the game laws that are now Se Ing so opjnly violated throughout the State Jt provide foQ e State Game Wardea who shall appoint fe deputy in each county The State Warden is to annum v Tn co unsalalIorthti y to rfpfirii for th4 rJa+ bar provides fw a tax of quo dollar to bi paId 111- leach hunter yearly and jfrwenlfcjir five dollars for non residentui the State This law sXHfl force in hioanci is dotasfat fr t god Representative B fMiller 0f Madison will hve charge of the bill m the House and Senator Whelps fof LOu nlt il t t 4lJ t JT1AAWI7W t I ttp r t fU J 0 t powiaMioIsNfrp I 4 t J 7 7v4lieiin thoSthjate MrJ Roth- f 1lel t J lS ijeilJ highly pleaSed at the wiy the5 1 bill had alfetdy been iadcfyed and saidIfrasnodoubt hit what It would go tb 1t lvihleAdvotute Micki iI j i Just iins4One Minutt CujchlCWiigiyiklrelSef in one minuts bacadfae Ji iUsxbeiiiii muco4smernbdflC 7r same time clcicarstE ph1ei diawsnt tbj lnflan1matndbeaIlt 1Icu h OIEllpneamOnlnever failiiigctWeiniallcurab1 e aes- of Coughs Cblddj aSkCroup Oneitii jntt Cough Cure isjjJIifcarit o take harmlessl and goodaljkeLfo young a h Soidbja1l3ruggistsi fl VimJIIs gti t mk ilAverjpnforpi7ateoc41rrence tianspircid1iere l1astuity a rbIt4of whi hone childjlostttabflIf 1ingJosephuged six an ifopr vti 1 E pect Itvel bbiIdrenoafltcePoy- nttcolored1 jiri bu1ef Jb- ence oftlr tlttst r a i bottle CfjhiskI 1 ci V trlt1lbE lett yjrIefrin l riOt eqlf1iA y3 ilacc a- ay i eri tb- revivethhiTh i li1jyIr U cl1 trIper raIlI tlIflvnusuiIly iriBrother Josephfland tJ I Ji ta1way g aid trJi4tle rcWa really regretteBaratw a- 1i t Stndd r AtcttlfiIHVK I f WmiifJe wdgkll-y liot and ki1I bisqtjut 1JiIbBf860Sunfottu maR rMgISamt4od sj near LUJpJncet county Ildi gagedmn tJiIiucikter i ltThgOAe to aneih1oFsforlbadcIt Z corn s rri9d Jjs i 1with him Hws in4bctoz piafuthegthsidepf mer struck ftp waIl an th gi 1 Was dischamed tJi r1 Jcciimit sinking Do wai under hoiinand ranging lipwardlpjhfel tiitelf thebrainettljwasiista44h neous 2 ii etoi t Deceitsed wMs fil fjtts i u anti waa soniofMitRe JQf SoILttrBu3it4oiiityt qd A tr and was well diff Tl iO The remnalisweie tefei I Saleth ctiurah tt1 ttue funerzll Idut v aftr wj1i 1QlY iirM rredf p1acBadsSa4 tt Jti 1 i4mk14ch a 4fQM M rvvisitors the t B it U ysterdapad ttbe It po v prltul tlOocXl ifdfJ i tiortft wpitpI JiiCFrarkort thi yose m 1 Oltol JiI Lt paaeed at once f 0 t Thuaodbr 4l l 4I- ey Regtraiion BilLi 1AbiHq threatiopJa I catrotneekI 4rl was Paill I ia M 1 jAe- nuLber1 ot oifetr bills eie- ntroduced Fi tI t 1i ept CA94IA ttiBSSthS 7 8Ipatwot P TtEWSLADtR ZYY TZtT2AY T 4 A VaAJIN ADVANCE OILD 1r y tl M L DAVISON Jr 4 ie i Pwiai n AL r uSU ss ii ta1 ik ntHr tIIIII II r sIth1rt1Hlt eM 4bmb WYerJre III ps MtMMto 44 liberal iiiIiM rkSsS ef tlPICt I1 aMr IsIWMsS 350 5tO 1r1It 4tlTt 1S TW T JANUARt 1904 I we ai MberId aauae the JQ az lJ PAKQn Slterl a oMf f bectto the 4Mli e We nlIiocraUe party WINd I Iybr 901 Nii d41 Icku1koiiSe- ifNIliaTrml ri the k isRt Ifof Idr- Eljza j4lMMiMtWMk N Nlrf Losau Neal giltflt MI til1ayIt of iMt week with Nfc4lliNfG oiit 01 1itberlaD4hoh been d d tohi Hd lor several t ki Ii ao eter Will i III Hrnc1estj apdVaaii1- Yao lift last Spqng to make i Shaw MsaiiPP 4 H tack Kentucky place like old Ken jtM1fj 5 Crow lJt a vluabf orMedsy1astw ek LUilitcy B rlow entertained evtraJ l1aer little girl friends wgarlatwfct 1 A moSt fen jcyat1 time1fupent with theirt j oiuJ Kkj rd Trent bought a horse roJ HardwtJ for 3750 The jbeenagooddeal of t Ucci Mt1ipiSljftUW thisi prt ihwik Two t cmr young penileman Jaaiiiging last Saturday iiaitiai tteir horses became mtlt i aud broke loose lleaving thbo rs to walk hone The 1 wcrtIf it was tluf boys had to- 1tMiJd i bridjre crs Long Lick iQORJSSVltrLE r c Bprijr on Janoary 19 to tbe witelj s Bi hop a boy weighti 3pKu Mr Kirk Cheatham has re woved to the farm be recently pro Md of Mr Jeafte Mann JThtet ua car ttad of tot baoco shipped from Booker last ffetorc ay adone last Tuesday uto iiitklir about three oar- f Iot4fi hipped this season iWM the free Rural Route No- 11U rtart from Willisburg Feb rtty 1st Wt hope everybody ill Upjemsed ith ih route ftsni p it la boxes I L Id Oref ory of yaller fijH Vldlt4i UiM Leila Wall lastSun day- Mr Bert Obe bam illre ft VeiwI locre vlHe next tc ek tI tb Jitm of Jas Truax Esq v Ja t Eoyalty 1s qnite ill of p rh of tht Maud post- Mc rv kicking In account e- fthsclige Qf schedule the mail- S ieitipt there at 2 oclock pm i HtUi of 8 am We tnk our ielri tbff should have their- mI1 it the rmor iagr but you KwpvraBcle Sana is ahardman t to BM ce understand sometimes Mrs Mirafcda Skehan U no 4 iMtkei at4 we fear never wilL be- IiI Hardeery and familyl have rtirf dlro ShawMisandi whir shahsrethiayear II Ebeit Grume removedon tIM f raz JUIZSSS M Wall last rase iy- ICr Gttjr Bawson and wife cf NefiooMlty spent last Sunday with 4 W Eddleman and wife ktskoker 7o Bhkop was in Louisvile Wi vetk with his tobacco it es Lila Will and OHie 011 Gluta M 4b F Institute BftrdftoWK visited their parents st tsrJay sad Sunday iss Is of WiilisbnrgBiBhop Ia4 I frie3s at this place last aii7 Hi Meilie Barlow of Wood ltwa Tlsifced WrsMecMrs Crow alp jtlWrweelr ASTORIA hai sM CMn ImA v F 5rTIT rItdeseePtI I News From fiiIilWilil The County t 1 I iptnli Apon the County Peple I T as Reported by our Correspondents 1 MMMM WnilsbiJrj JJ Bee PoulUr has taken possess ion of his rfarm purchased from S O Milton Richard Perkins noved to the Poulter farm and Robert Sims nas moved to the Perkins farm lrry Greenwood and wife have ra ted rooms from Mrs J M Hyatt Fred Gilder has moved in with his brother Horace Grider Trey will farm together this year Mrs J5M Btirton has sold her 2200Isel given John Sutton was at home Saturday and Sunday He has accepted a position in a dry oods store at McAfee Fonzie Milton of j Illinois has been the guastof John Turner tor the past week Mi ses Maymie B Merrittand Elizabeth Shirlqy were the pleas ant guests rf 0eo Shirley and wife at Tathnni Springs Ilast Sat urday and SundayJMrs JW Burton will hkvoa sate ather homo next Friday IdIThe KO T M will serve an oyster upper at the hall next Saturday night Everyone is- cdrdiallyipvited JT SuiherlandahdAvfe1were visiting their son iredbtRose Hill this weE kFred is attend lug school at Hjirrodaburg Little Nellie Reed Hyatt is on the sck llat Mrs James Mcllyoy continues on the sick list We hope she will be better soon Oscar Mc Ilvoy has been sick fr th last week the BF D starts iin this pert of ihe county next week Evert Keeling will taUe roomsdn our village ULd will be on time and ready for serv ce Your correspondent request the many reade i of this dear oldi paper if tnere is any old citizen of Willisburg tht would give usf a short narration of the fouhdjng of this town and of some of the people who lived hire at tljatt time Col T R Phelps of Ear rodsburg I haye been ttold toqld give us this letter if not I hope in the near future some gcod oldi eiquest and respond Being a young writer I could not tell anything of this town30 or 40 years ago Rush correspondents the dar old NEws LEADED iis on a boom and is getting more interesting every day J t Valley Hill M Whooping coiigh 4 till prevails in this vicinity and is going hardII with seyeral who caught cold with i LIWe are still having gloomy bad weather and it seems as ifr the farmers wire out of a job John HaRant of near Gravell switch visited Hybinth Muddi Iast week IMlss Alice Lintonand a Mrs Mclntyre of near Springfield visited Mrs Hugh Goatley last l st week r Miss MaggiefGpatleyi is visit J jng the Missels Clarksdri this week H Misses Susfej and Bertha Ed s gcrton of near Willisburg visit ed their amt Mrs J L Moran lust week 4 Jane Low hipped his tobacco last teek J Thomas Reed s Jd his tobacco to H M Moss at 3 cent The little daugher of W E Elliott is quite ill of Vvvhoopng dough at llin Writing W are sorrytio thy that Dr J H Walker i ino bttter ut Uiis writing The pound party given by Mr- Mrj L Moran lost Tues Ijand night was well attended Goatley and wife vis filed friecds and relatives near last week MM George Griggsby of Hooires SIILSII jbpeniDg in the loft r I do notsie why the people of the Polin neighborhood should he worked up about the R F D ail the discontinuance of the offices when the R F D is the unst popular thing out Miss Pearl Goatley returned I t tvisitDorsey of Belmont It seemsi to me that if theCon tenentall rbbacca Company had room to receive all of the tobac co that is being delivered to them it would be more satisfactory to the farmers Sometimes they have to wait several days before they can unload The company needs lore storage and I think if Mr Moss buys tobacco next season It would be best for him to build room to receive the daify deliveries HWsbloroi 00P B Pratb r sold severall fa nogs tp Peter Co4i centsa- pound James Counter also sold some shcats theto same for 8+ cents pnrtesII W E andJ I ut di some heifers to Al J3nrdner cf Geon Creek for3 cert Miner BrctheldfTa bam was here lost week for the pur- pOse of buying a farmf We un de sand that 4aeb was much taken with our community but Lave not heard whether he Euccte ied in buying or not f There has beenagreat amount ofsickness throughout this vh cinity this winter Luther White and two of his children have beenivery low with Pneumonia he two children becing better attpresent Mr White htill re mains a ypry sick man and his friends are fearful that he will not recover Capt Settles gave the young people a dance Friday night which was well attended To please the young folks the jovial Capt dancedone set and wbile we tlonot know who his partner wasinow urging the Cap am to goon I the stage C Wand Jim Order have sold their crops of tobacco to John Aimstroug for 7c Mr Arm strongihasboughtseveral crops past two weel s paj lug some very good prices and durlngthe time has s Id several hogsheads in the cityI The to bacjouU3inesa seems to Qeoo a boom since the hollidays and this will cause the farmers to putf out a large crop inr the corn Iuingseason IIt is new practically decided by ail that the wheat crop in this section Will be a teetotal faiR ref rand somo of bur farmers say that they will plow up the ground Tbe ryq crop looks desperately bad and unless the season from pow onco ntinnes good there s ill put be more than a third 010 prop George R Williams of Bloom field visited his daughter MSJ WESutherltnd the first cf the weckMr Williams has arranged to dispose of his property at public auction about the fiiatt cf the month and remove his family to Kaufman Texas to raakej it their home Miss Eva Inman a popalar young lady of this vicinity has returned home from a visit to relatives and friends at Botlabd rv Earnest Shewmnker who hits has asevera attack dfpneurac nut is some better at this wrl ting IWe nqticethatouf Represeria live Hon W D Olaybrooke has introduced a bill in the Legisla Lure for at additional branch to the Lakeland asvlum for inebriates i We are inclined to think it would be a good law at any rate it seems tobequile popular with the people anfttbe young ARE YOU IaracamphRellcres Lutantly or Mdacy Refunded CATARRH BRONCHITIS And all Throat Inflammations It Cools It Soothes It Cures 555dJy1aJc Bottlek At aJl food Drue bta For Saleb O Havdon Representative has re c dii ved many compliments from our cit- Izens for being the author of a bill which tends to rid our com muties from those habitual drunkards who are a great annoy anc to society and in fact many cf them are dangerous The peo pie here are in hopes that he will succeed in getting the bill friendshereI There is a alk among the Re publicans to have tHe delegates from this county for the Fourth Congressional District Cooven thin to cast the vosfor George Colvin for the Republican nominee for Congress as compli mentary for his faithful work done during the recent cam paignMr Colvin is a hustler brimming full of energy and if given the nomination he would make a hard fight Col Dave Smith would soon find that he had opposition and a lively cam pVign would follow It seems that al the correspondents got a hustle on last week and every one got in a newsy letter Last week the N3WSLEXDER could Lot have been beaten We hope all will continue to write regularly Tne Vale Hill correspondent has our thanks LILAC Catwrliht Creek J Rich Smith sold to Warren Naliy one mule at11 also sold to Tom 1V heaily c ne her e for 1750 Rich Smith ought from the young brothers one horse for 6250 Miss Mary J Dowling enter tamed at herhome Wednesday night a crowd of young peoplaf in a pleasant manner Mrs T P O Brran Mrs JoV n nie O Bryan and mather spen Monday with Mrs JJ Rich Smith Miss Jessie Carricb returned hone last Friday after an extended Visit to to her uncle Sara Smith near Ray wick- MesdamesBartMatfingly Mary E Carrico Smith Carrico and John E Sniith were visiting at James E Smiths Monday Miss Mary N Carrico was visiting at James E Smiths this weekI Frank Spalding sold two mules toBasil Bdwman for 150 J kibh Smith sold one mule to Tom Wheatley for 90 J R Smith Joe Bland Lard and Ray Smith sold 18 he d of sheep Monday at 5 83 cents per h adSChi rley McLain bought from Eugene Hill one horse but we failed to IIdarn the price Albert Smith bOiigttwo mules from Tom Slmms BlandIford was visiting Nora Smith the first of the week l Will Blandford swat 1 jd one vearjing m lie to Tern Sitnms for one yearling filly and t40 tO boot Albert Smith swapped horses w th George Clementsl Monday Joe Blandford gave the vcung people a nice eggnog Monday night and all present hada jolly ime t Canary Frank Litser bought of Sam Cocanougher of color asotv fqr 810 r i PLnmonia lt mkltthMrs V5A Barker who has been very sick we are grad to siy is improving Jim Elvin Anderson while-i 1 roofing a house on Lee Purrptts place lost his balance and fell off receiving many bruise Stanley Fenwick while working at Turners mil pn R C Ca narys ihca happened to the mist II tune of getting the end ofI hw linger cut off Blt1taAdra Canary and Maggie Lee Hiatt West Perkins and family left Wednesday togo ap Illinois to make their luu home Little Gegs Ai daughter of of G W Robinson has been very ssck butjwo are glad to say is betterJ I Proverbs When the butter Wont I come put a penny in the IproverI work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the childrendnot gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionrItis like the penny in the milk because it works and because threis something astonishinglaboutit L Scotts Emulsion is simply a jtiilk Of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared fpr delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all jv akand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion isf the most satisfactory treat ment r We will send you the penny f e o sample free Be tare that this picture the form ol a label on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulsion you buy 5COTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SL NVi soc audroo allS has beeo AisitinT at the hOmeof Q W Robinson Mrs Nannie Jefferies spent Monday with Mr R PJ Lan hnmI PoIIn lEditor NEWSLEADER For a llong time we have seen no news frbmoiir little village and I dont know why for it iis a newsy little place and business lively most of the time Mrs Miner Parrish who has been seriously till for several weeks is improving nicely also the infant daughter of JohnS Crow who was at he point of death with diphtheria Rev Maxwell filled his regit lar appointment at Mt Zion San day the 24th to the delight of all who heard him He will also preach at th2 same place next Sunday ity being the fifth Sunday Zack Crofy returned from Illi nois last Wednesday where he had been with a ear load of hor ses Davis Crow and family will leave for Shelby county Illinois the first of February where he expects t6D like his future home Wen vXsBPpose we will have free mail JMivery after this inpqth and iiteem while it will be convenient for some those who are not able to buy a box wilbe left out iT B Haysisstill on thasick list Mr George Sutlerlaitd Sr iis critically ill at his home at Suth erland Mills Mackville WpHatchett bought 5 head of horses ages A to 6 o different parties at Danville tt85 each also sold a 6 year old horse to Joe Rose for 100 Henry Gravessold 10 barrels corn at 250 also a 000 Ib heifer at 1750 to AJ Gardner Charlie Shewmaker soida4 yearold combined horse toGN Deyine at 115 andboughta 5 yer old combined math of R D Hendren at 180 Rley Brps sold 4 three year old mules to a B urJn county 125 each v 11tlat Walker was in Lexmg week Our i ew doctor T W has alreadY gained a BarnettI triends an4 is rapidly up a large practice Miss Gracie Hatcheti one of our most popular young ladies entered Cherry Bros College at Bowling Green Jast week to take a normal course- Raybournd Bros and Barr sold 10000 pounds of tobacco at 780 also Butler Shewra ker 7000 lbs B centsto the Continental Co Iat Springfield 1Charlie Tumey bought a 4t year horse of Will Cocan ouglier at 85 ISmith DrewrVsold 18800 pounds tobacco at Peoples ware lioue in Louis vihe at an aver tage of lOJc iI For Rentf A house with 6 rooms on east Main St for ront InqQire of- 1saac Cvrrvuttrn 7ITT 1T E 100 Sole Agents for Old Hickory and Studebaker lilt Headquaftei FARM SUPPLIES 2 Lnp WELLS v McCLURfff tZ t S IN KTjlIt Bugie SI plem ntsGrainaandlellSiisId oJ t 00 r tt c i We handle Buggies Surreys Carts of all grades to suit the purchaser Ageiitsiojri the belebratei ColumbusI Buggy Call examine our extensive line ofHaJnessColIals It WarkiGrear Buggy Robes and jHoijse Blnnkets titIj t 1Cash Paid fOTI HIDES and FURSI ACostlyMlsMe Blunders aresoiDetiUes very JifelIbut youll never Le wrong U you take Dr Kngs3New Life Pus for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head ichp Liver or l troubles hey are gentle yet thorough i5c ut CJ HaydoosDru St jr i Aches pains or muscular inflamation in any part of the body will yield to thegreat penetrating pofer of DR CLASS ES JJNI2 FNT Sold by Vood campbell 1 For Rent Four nice upstairs room new 1Iyj finished Also store room in my building on Main street J ti1er Burns t poriAn Ann7al Story I Uttir = oik5SI i THE GIRAFFE AND THE ELEPHANT v j Ii One day the glraOTa and the elephant motion a plain by the side of the river Nile It wasin warm day and they wefe both nvtiicr out of sorts and Incllnwl to be discontented I ugrce wltb you fluid the giraffe hotly We were made to bo perfect splits VuV in the name of goodness we wen not mrde better looking I cant for the life atme see Look nt my rubber neck Its so long and ugly that 1 feel uneasy wherievec I go out in society Why cant fluid a place ia all Ugypt where I can get a collar ut me aid even if I could jDuld not yet money enough togetbcV to partor bavin It washed Everywhere I go all the rude anlmals yell out Rubber I declare I dont see why 1 couldnt have been made right nnd not with a neck like a stcpladdcr or a flagpole- True true said the elephant sadly And just look what a sight I am Its bud Enough to be covered with a hide UIIYIwithout I GUESS TVEWEnE NOT MADE SO BADLY a bore It Is to have to carry ones ttunk around even when not at tjns seashore but In ones own home 4i dont see crlpd the elephanttswitching his proboscis ansrlly why they ever made us such fights But just then it was dinnerl time and both were hungry Mr Giraffe reached gracefully up with his long neck and took a mouthful c sweet palm fartls Cpuirut havp done that without your 1on neck said Mr Elephant Then he rCa hd dovn and got a good wisp of rlch grass and put It Into little mouth Couldnt have done IhiS without yoilr fruuk said the True said the elephant rt giSess we werent made obadi1tafter all Atlanta Constitutbn r If you would hit the mark you mustI aim a little above It Every nrrow thatI lies feels the attraction tf the earthI Early Risers TilE FAMOUS LITTLE rILLS For quick relief from BlUoutneM Sick Headache Torpid Liver jaun dice Dizziness and all troublcsarJJr ing from inactive er sluggtsk llverIDeWitts Little Early Klaers are un equalledi It I They act promptly and never frip They are so dainty that IH a pleasure to take them One to two act as a mild laxative two ot four act as a pleasant and elfectlve cathartic Theyland aN lare purely vegetable harmless Thetonia th liver rXXfAMD SYpz C DWtt a CoC3i1co e s fdr all IrI ancf milFIBLD H Phone No 20 a Quantity Bilishel Carload r S FOR CHILDREN regulatesthe I crying cures summer complaint t Mayer of Owensboro XT says Our baby was whilfi teething Hi seemed beyond control Three phTrician give up Owens Pink Mixture enoughIpMltt vttmt L h iiWt1W uerypsckssS V M4It7MCkIIM5IiNiSt3P IIHI a H W k free MUtesf Ttffi FLOYD MEWCWE COt DETROIT JMCH 4 DS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS SSftSBS8 I I For salelby Ct J Haydon Pharmacist f TO tl BtOTI frGTortSdjiomREJEDS American Story PROM THE JGENTLE INDIAM MfI r I It11 Will be in this paper beginning iii fcwdays IWe are not going to say much about and vc Tgill tell you why t If we the story as rf is you will say oefpre you have read it that we havegteatly exaggerated Af ter you have read it you- will say we fajled to dolt jjustice It is the tory of a fearless editor who the jhatred of white caps aria was murderously atockedhy them and out weonust not say what came of it for thatt t would be and would take away from your pleas ure in it It pictures vividly a phae of life which is tbd common in Amen CaSIt ought t 3 be read by every nan who loves hp country and by e erY1arsonwho loves a llover for the hero is a passionate lover whose love mak ing is superb We know you will read it if yp i dip into the firstchap tersUand otir word f rit you tht = wniinc to cp Honest Phil MAv the grejjt English nrtist carnikl hlir irst tamp m Austnilla One day a broken down inlulster applied to hIm tor cllitkJQ and May engaged him os a model n Jokt he also demand ed that his clghtyyparold pensioner agree to leave him LIs skeleton when he died When May left Australia he called his model in Youve played me a dirty trick1 Raid May1 by swln dung me out of that skeleton bac bought one In ound order nnd condition for halt tthe money youvd cost me The old fe lovr cjonsclous of his base Ingratitude to his best and most patient friend ijnsve ed Dont angry with mo ljr Slay Its nor my fault I meant tb keep my word Stay In Sydney a few months longer and give Jlnpthen chance4 to shojr you that I am nrman of honor Dank Tin inca fJnce the iutroductle n of panting tbei subject matter of tie nggregnie books shows approximately the follow ing averages La wand socIolog3oJH quarter of nU literature oneQfth applied science onoeJg itli history ftad geography onetenth tb QlotYtreI gloB and fpeculation onQteMUi mlsccl laneous and bibliography onetenth philology and language onetwei tleth natural denceal art nnd philoso hy shading off intq small fractions and poetry not appearing In the classlfl f tfej sell t aljrl Any from a to a Jy v l t v TQrnadOOisc arrJi Oliver Chilled P1os X3 t Yewefl wsU him til iM Great published it i describe incurred telling J reading could be tue of ffT7S t The Worship of ncaVetvlyBo 1etin central India uotjj sun und moon are worshiped by many tiibes sqch the KorfcuX KbondSjTungjesps iaiid- Buractes Tbe Kbonds adore llieriowC- TS pf nature os the gods of the Jbison tiger hill and cholera Lint all these t deities occupy n tar Ihftr5orpo Ut6n to the heavenly liocllcs lit the tltwan some of the aboriginal trlht uIsoI ticv knowledge the sun and uioon I r nn tet e of zitvcrnccLondon Standard I ct1nx nlll Teeih 8ft Errof When the new board r arrived 41In nor was ready toic served nntljtlic hostess wishing t give hjin iUn6 to i arrange hlftoll t courtcopsiy deltyed the repasf a afcai1nifea pAs he jUId Sc not put In jxix appear Jce promptly aft er the ringing of tbelieaw4 bell ants bit the d bcwnlcrs lund assembled atj ta t bie the boarding mhsfres sent Ihridet i a recent inaporlatlosrrrom the Emcruhl1 t IslCio tfl hIDItbat dlauuer was ready n the waltrss knocked theVIbO rder was unpackIng Ids valise tb t SDOfldlng to a secoad kuocklie steicfi nt tthe door holdIng set qf tai ib tectfi Ia ono ian and a Mil tile Ja the other 1aiidgld H 4Xea Illl bif down Jn a minute Thq domestic stared at him In am usnt and returning to the dining ro m nhnounced sharply 1 p hell le down manni ns soon ii5 be sbn ebsblst ttX f i Pi ll BURTON DENT DENTIST iqt TCETH EXTRACTED J ViTIOUT PAIN HK JNockt tip staIrs 81 RINGFIE Q KY A11 D ntal1 Work Strictly Fjrtc1as DR H LAMPTON t ORFIOEJ 1LOTcra House J LSIOCK8 j I siKINQFIELDKY- pF IGI Dr Rinebart for tier off s over eoplesf Deposit Bank fflce hours 12 to 2 p m Ws FGRIGSBY- TTO NEYAT LAW jp Oil ce oyer Peoples Banlfi SPRINOPIEli KY ONE CF FIELDS PRANKS rid e Practical Joke the HamerUt PlaicE ea a Dearer Friend Jn tits iiosrnpny of Eugene Field Slasou Tliitupsou tcl19 the story of n joke Fleli plnyed In Denver on his friend MJ Londoner during a cam paign AB cliairniuu of the Republican couiinittefj Mr Londoner was delegated to work ti yentliusinsni among the col ored voter of Denver and to an jun Runrdcd dnjeut he took Field Into his conlliliikv auU boasted of his tattering w progress The next morning the follow iug Jidvcri isemcnt displayed with a- llijfthP iirouih euce of glaring scare heads npPCtlrlll WANTED Every Jored Man In the City to Can atu WOLF 3 LONDONERS STORE A Car L sad of Georgia jVatennelons Just Received For In Special DfistrlbUUon Anipne Ills Colored Frlerida r Come KarlJ and Get Your Mcloo jt Is nwdlesa to ay thnt when Mr Ioudonor store opened hi the morn lug an cy T Incrwislng cloud of dusky humanity wljh teeth that glistened with tbeJj lice ofjmtlcipation gathered about the entrance Business In the store was it w Standstill and travel og 4the street xvas blocked No explana tion could appease the rising auger of I that dark multitude It vas melons or- d riot me ons orJthat unheard of thing a colo1ed landslIde to the mocrnc Hr irond ncr was at his wits ends There we e no melons in the market and none expected Just as Londoper wasprepr ring to abandon his store to tile wrath of the justly Incensed melon maniacs n car load of magnificent mE ons drop ed into one of the freight sidings a id Londoner dull the Repub lican pajty were saved Nobody ever knew boor when e that pink heart I ed manni came The price was ex orbitant ut that did not matter Lon doner pail It with the air of a man who had ordered melons and was In dJgant tint the railway company had disappoln ed him in not delivering them the day b fore There was not a crock In the so Id black Republican column ton electlo day 4ButFle d was not through with Lon doner liir colored brethren had to hold thel ratification meeting to in dorse the Republican nominations rdmore espjrlally to render thanks for the creati 3rt of watermelons and to the man who had paid for them out of sa son Of course Mr Londoner was vited to ttend and when It cnme his turn to a dress the meeting the chair a colored deacon of the church 4manwhere F ossum Jlm worshiped by the name of Williams introduced him as follows il now take great pleasure In Intro ducing t you our friend and brother the lIQn Mistah volfe Londoner who has alwiys beeour true friend and itSbrotber who Always advises us to do time irlgh thing and stands ready at all times to help us in the good fight Althpugl he has a white skin his heart W as bit ek fts any of ours Brothers the Hon Wolfe Londonef There as rlo Aiistaking the author ship of this felicitous introduction Tie Mania For JIoaeIA ma whose cardinal goal in life Is to make money will steal Td such a man stexling Is fine art upon the possessk n of which talent he congratulates hit self Getting more than be 4itngs to him he considers thrlftf caus ing one nan to fail that hl1 may rise he consider sell preservation He is not Iexactly a highwayman no he lacks the criminal chivalry and physical due lag of tl at class of robber He preters ttt jbe a enecl scoundrel and so works the wu of his egotism JnfSi a being whom t e esteems to be exempt from the Ten Commandments and Immune ironi cr tlcism He is encouraged in th4BhaIIucinatIon by his fellow towns men al d as his wealth expands be rises to a loftier plane In society in icommpn e In politics and In religion Schoojm ster Funny Old slirsis One ol the most notable of old lon- don big s The Dogs Head In the Iron Po bad ItsI beglnnlng In the ehrly ye rs of the reign of that same bluff Ki ig Hal Say St Nicholas It 4 stands cut a lonely figure on Black friars re ad at the corner of Charlotte v street tie sign of a wholesale iron mongers establlsbmSSt The dog Is In the ctot eating out of a three logged i on pot which It has overturn cd There were also I The Black Dog mind TI DOg nn Duck The WlIte Qreyhocnd wnsjhe sign of John Hnr lIon In St Pauls churchyard a hook seller tvjho published some of Shake peareg early works Jb i PUat FaNblen Meami 41Ii The cl let end of nshlou Isnot adorn MQt o the cuitlvntion of heaiity or MytMn j of that sort It la the promo tkm of trade The design Is to make till wet en who can possibly afford it threw sIde at Ihast once a year all tbecJot tfiy own and buy new ones It k re illzcd when this seasons fash JwMvraike last teona raiment look no cotw tcoowlr cmt of date that no writir woman MB wear her last years j uwn Without crief Colliers Sfeeklj I W I I TOWN r w i tiZULocal Happenings Oflnter StiThe Freshest and Latest AIIAbutYoUrielf Friends Land Acquaintances BORN To the wife ofW H Duncan on the 25th a fine girl FOR SALEThe Umber on fifteen acies of land E C CANAKY Our wire and furniture have arrived So come iin and see and get prices at Campbells Racket r FoR RENT Office rooms Court Square adjoining the circuit darks office Apply to Mrs T W Simms Tri Dont fdrgetBarlow Wilson Great Minstrels Saturday night at tho Opera House Best show on the road Better and bigger than ever Reserved sats at Wood Campbells A new and attractive feature of the NEWSLEADER is a seriall story The Gentleman frpm In sdian u which will begin next week Now isa good time to subscribe and get the first number of the story We have a nice clean little stock of general m rclbandise at Poftsyille with a first class trade established jwe wishto selll Will sell or rent store house for one or moreyears NTrs Lizzie Campbell LOST OR STitAXEi From the Willett place neartown two fogs one a male red Duroc Jer sey weighing about loO pounds the otbera black gilt weighing abbut 15 pounds Reward for- arlY information leading to their recovery HR Thompson LosTFrom toy home near Fenwick on Monday January 25 a young mare coir Jight bay with star in forehead arid one white hind foot Reward for any information leading to its recovery Will Station Fenwick Ky In this issue we publish the announcement George D Par rott who is a fcandid ite for High Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party Mr Parrott has been a staunch Democrat all of his life and has never before asked for office He nasiilots of friends and says that he will be in the race early and late Dr Arthur Burton brother of Dr J M Burton of this place and wbo is well Renown at this place and Bardstown wbere be was located for a time was marred oh January 20th to Miss TillieMaeDeShlelijis of Farmers villa Texas at ttie home of the brides brother HMr James T Dehieds Dr ButtOn is prac ticing dentistry at Whitesboro Texas r JrJ Spencer Wright and Miss Annie Edelen were quietly married at the residence of Dr SJ Smock January 23 Fath er Peter Fredrickt6wn per f o r m e d the ceremony Dr Wright is a popularY9ung phy sician of Blinco whilfe the bride is the daughter olJolin Edelqn aw1ltod farmer blE the a me vicinity Thef McGuinness Comedy Company WoodruffI aouselMonday dience Thfe company is composed of some good actors and the plays given well rendered The specialities given are unusu ally good and elicit much ap plause The performance will close Friday nigbt wsth a change of program each night There were several hpse buy ers in town Monday and a good many sales were made among which were reported Bowles Wakefield of Nelson county toI for 175 Jmare Cal McElroy tQ Frank Isham buggy inre for 11115 Harry Young to Will Gra ham brsefor1OO4Mr Graham also bought of H R Thompson Q Ijorse forS65 R L Arnold sold a fouryear old horse to W C Rodgers of Lebanon for 135 Messrs M L r Searcy and Burk Robertson returned Satur day from a big hunting trip to Mississippi where they were members of a Targe party which was very successful ic bagging game They to6kalong with them the fine settrnuqybe longing to Mr SB Thompson and they report that among a large number of fine dogs Ruby acquitted herself with hon rd and led in all trials They were TOPICS aoffered 10Qtrbr the dog by 1an enthusiastic admlter 1J Messrs Sam and JW Sulli yan of Wakedeld were here on Monday in the interest of the Home Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville They pave the promise of several good crops of Washington county tobacco T ei Home company is the only lode pendent warehouse in Louisville wedltofine business and realizing good figures for thp tobacco sent them by customers We publish an advertisement of the companyin this issue There was a good court day crowd intownMonday and street sales of live stock were fairly ac tije auctioneer J H Estes reports the following Mich cow S1750 13 head of sheep at 5 83 per head one pair of mules for 24977a three yaro1d colt 4350 threeyearold gel dingi 6350 S M Campbell auc tioneer made the following sales 5 nice red yearling steers 30 ooji per head 14 sheep 431 per head 17 sheep 8 95 per head one old gray larei 2500 one aged mare mule 5000 one aged h rsc 16500 45 he id of 00 lb sho8tsiaU290 perhead 1 spw arid 2 pigs 1435 1 sow and 5 pigs175 1 new saddle 690 old Dugsies trOllS 6 to 20iar ness frbrnpto6 Col R E Wayne reports the follovwngsales 1 cow 196 yearling steers 20 DSOieadil horse 4925 1 horse 71 50 3 aged mare 2925 fourI yearold 8050 1 buggy 9 Taere is every indication that St Catherines academy and convent will remain in this place andwill berebniiti6h a new site quite near ioSpringtield The Mwther Superior and all of the Council went over tbe various sues offered oae day this week and have voted unanimously rebuild on one of the locatiQDfe1 The consent of the Bishop will have tohsecured before finaI action but it is thought that heI question is practically settled and the announcement will be made in few days and negotiations for tile grounds closed ItIL is thought that the iinstitution will be located belowtown within easy access to the railroad The fund raised by Springfield to buy tbe ground is growing and the citizens are ready to make good their agreement to furnish the site Work will be begun immediately so as to have at least endUgh of the building tin ished to open the school in atI the beginning of nextsession Oscar M Drury the well known tobacco raiser oftthis county got himself into a serious predcar ment in Louisville last week where he went to dispoe of his crop Of toba ccDrury who ap pears to be of rather a sporting disposition it seems fell into the hands ofcertainuPhilJistines In Louisville and to make good his losses in the game began to give checks Of various sizss The last cheek he gave was for 250 and to it was signed the name of po Sv Goodlet As Drury was about to board the train for home on last Thursday afternopn ofIless check- The charge was ob tainine money under falsa pre ten cesDrury was taken 10 jail On Tuesday when the case wascalled in the Police Court the charge was dismissed on mo tidn of the prosecution the case having been compromised among the parties and the prosecution dropped IA Newspaper clipping from Whiiewright Tdxas has been received here giving an account of the arrest of three citizens of that place on the charge of com plicity in a murder committed there two years ugo and which hs uptE the present time proved to be a mystery One of the men against whom this serious charge is made t is Elias D counItyman of the Jate Reeves Thompson and was reared in the Fen wick neigh borh od Ee left here about 15 years ago for Texas The many friends of Elias Thompson in this county willnever believe in the absence of positive proof thathe had anything to do with I p T r t f 71 ManyaManIs to be contrary You can gocon trary to the wishes of your friends and neighbors and sometimes get the best of themtu go contrary to the dictates of nature and iou all 5 ways get the worst of it 5 If Nature Says Spectacles Why Spectacles it must be Nature won t accept just Spectacles though they must be right Spectacles We can give 33the kind nature demands and our right M Cl cere RUSSELL j Main St Springfield Ky 1III1lrirlr1III1rlra HtI HOR- DpEflTIsTOFFICE RlSBDJUlT BCItBUJW Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY J such a crime He will be re highIrnoraf the last man on earth to have anything to do with murder The article does not state wha is the character pf evidenc against Thompson beyond tbq fact that the grahdjiiry had int dicled three men one being a man who was town marshal at the time of the alleged murderj another a depiity find Thompi hisonWalnhm nThe friends of Elias in this county will forward testimonials of his good characiei and conduct while here to the Texas authorities in the hope that it will aid jn his acquittal ol tthe charge A Surprise Wedding Mr Lafe Wells and Mrs Effie Shirley two well mown young people of this place surprised their many friends last Tuesday aftarnoon byilyl going to the Baptist parsonage where they werfs married by Rev Cannon with nly a few friends as wit nesses Mr Wells belongs to the nrmof Hardesty Wells barbers and is a young man with manyfriendsV The bride is the daughterof Msj Amanda Fos tar and asister of Ruel E Fos tar of the Frst Rational Bank She has many friendXand admir ers in social and church circles They will reside for the present atf the home of T Dudley Tapp V Deaths Mr J Polin Sansbury a well known and lifelong citizen of the county died at his home near town Tuesday night after a long illness of consumption The de ceased was about 50 years of age and had been a farmer of the cpunty since boyhood About four years ago he sold his farm here and moved with his family to Louisville and engaged in the grocery business but his health failing he returned to this coun ty and bought the John Edd Carrico farm near town where he died He was a Jidndi able and upright citizen and enjoyed the respect of all who knew hint A wife and a large family of children survive The funeral will take place this morning from St Dominics church r Aaron G Tumey one the county s most substantial farmer citizen died at his home near Fen wick this coubty on Tuesday at noon and painful afteratongtrouble Mr Tum ssfuI man and had by hard licks accumulated quite a good little estate Fe was for a time a director in the Peoples Deposit Bank and was a man of good sound business judgment He leaves besides his wife two married daughters Mrs Lee Riley and Mrs S E Shew maker and one spnj Charles Tumey f Phillipp the little nineyear old son of W L Smith died at the home of his aunt Tuesday at ChicagoKy of spinal menin giti The remains were brought to this place Wednesday and buried in the Catholic deraetery farms for Sdle We have a number of good farmS for sale at reasonable prices All persons having real estate for sale or desiring to pur chase will find it to their advan tage lo give us a call Prompt personal atteption given to all business placed in our hands Searcy Neikirk Real Estate Agents Springfield Ky Office over Robertson Bros tf F ERSe N A L Spencer Snyder of Bardatown was here Tuesday Miss Ellen fathen is visiting relatives iin Owensboro Ike Douganof Blopmfield was here first of the week iofybanoniM4ss EmmaJRodgers of Leba non is visiting her aunt Mrs FredHagan Miss Annie Bpston of Cyn Jhiana isthogupst of Miss Lizzie Mae jfregpry Byron Parks olfthe Grove has returned from the city where he has been buyicffchdracs Al Mudd who has been making his home in Lyuisville for the past six months is at home 0 John R Mooro ijnd wife of Bullitt county are guests at the HVgh D Stiles home this week Another bowling party was given at the alleys Friday night Those present wore Edith Pried Fannie Smith Louise Wathen Robbie Simms Alice Kelly bf Louisville Eddie Shader Louise Medley and Florence Edelen Evan Hagan Rel Foster Will Ha an Spaulding Clements Ge Robertson Chas Haydon John Kelly and Arthur Mudd AmQ oiipab Story For Little Polks The Gal School From ittaburg and from Boston From Springfield too as well Tho cats came to the cats school To learn to read and spell Its kept by 3lru Scratcher A cat of mighty brain Who teaches them their lessons Well sided by her cane Beneath hersage tuition In course of time youll see- The maltose If he studies A jclcrgjman will be JTO LZAIINTO BEAD AKD SPELU Young Tabwlll be a soldier- A captain bold and true I And Jqck will bo a lawyer- fAnd make a good judge top The teachers klad and gentle 1 t Although severe abs look J Bho makes them pay attention And stick well to their books Detroit Journal Story Por I IAnXAoIrnail Pouts I i TheMiee Who Would Be frogs Mr Bullfrog sat Hunnkjg himself on tile bank of tb e pond nna5VlggHng his throat to get It In good lape for the evening concert at Lily Pad Opera house Three young field mice came saunter lug by looking for grasshoppers They soon spied Mr Bullfrog and were muck attracted by the funny wiggle in lila green throat I vis I could do t1at said No 1 Easy enough grunted Mr Bull frog Yes but we haft nt the kind of throat cad No 2 Its all in practice commented Mr Frog All in practice I assure you FATHEB AND MOTHEB PULLED HIM OUT Practice my dear young mice makes perfect So j I do tkis everyday for ten hours Whewl gasped No 3 1 dont think its worth while Id rather be a frog otit and oujt and swim around in the cool nond Its so hot out here in the fields How do you learn to iwim Is that Just practice lob Purely so said Mr Frog drawing himself up proudly Purely go just jump in like this then strikeout like this and then like this and in a few months you will fln4 that your hair will come off Tour feet will become webbed like mine sad your mouth win stretch your talla will drop out as mine did for I baft a tEll once and you will jbecome frogc But say dears remember its practice practice pracn Use Practice will cbf ge anything iiJI to anything faJ S Thank you iaia tn y im cborsw we will try it at once Off they ser to the barn where the drinking trougu stood Hero goes for a frog said one and standing on the edge IM plunged in r Oh Oh Oh Help help he squealed plteousJr Um drowning I cant practice cause 1 cant get my breath Mother Father Help Just then motlerand father came by and pulled him out dripping Silly thing scolded big mother to try baiWhat you cantSt Louis Post titcbI i Ee fCr1 Kaevr nita yOulieflel fee has made a touch Yonkers Herald CAN YOU GUESS TIME THERE ARE FOLK WHO CAN DO IT ALMOST TO THE MINUTE 1 They eeiUtiiiave a Singular A1U sty For Mc Hrlak OK ta Ketfn Like a Chronometer Some People Who Think Time Stands Still Guessing U e11me of day is an amusement for some and almost a gUesserslare ees especially conductors and engi Pllnut1aDd dications or by nsortot mysterious knack The laborer who does not carry a watch can often guess within ten or fifteen minutes of the tune at any hour of his working day It Is not uncom moil even in Keif York for a laborer on the street to inquire the time of day of a passerby but the query is oftenest made near the noon hour and the la- bOrer if asked to guess could probably come yery close to the very minute dicated by the length of shadows the position of the sun and the quantity of light falling Into the street Men working underground or at night guess the time much less closely than those who work by daylight and In the air i openI Many jnen co by the hunger and can guess very close to the bouri for quitting worjc Whether at noon or toward the close of the days work In shops where there are no clocks hun dreds of inquiries as to the time pass from mouth to mouth as those hburs approach The signal for quitting work seldom comes as n snrrls6 to the ordi nary hand worker Brain workers and men whose trades require delicate manipulation do not gUess time so accurately as unskilled laborers because they become so ab sorbed in their worfc as to be oblivious to the Sight of time A hardworking business mail of New York used tb keep an alarm clock on his desk which went off at the hour he should make ready to catch a suburban two The alarm literally waked him up out of thought Sometimes so to speak he slept through the alarm and missed his train Without this reminder he would overstay his time at the office an bur or mqre Some men have a really uncanny power of jniessing time They do It apparently wltb uttb aid of natural in dicatlona ind by means of some Inward monitor which goes on measuring off the hours like a chronometer There are men who ican ordinarily guess the time within ten minutes at any hour of jthelr waking day It is suspected that such men rarely become deeply absorbed In their work though the faculty often accompanies fine intellectual pow ers A much rarer power than that of guessing the time ata given hour of the day is that of guessing the elapsed flute in short periods Hardly one man In ten can come within five minutes of guessing the elapsed time in periods of i less than half an hour and more than a quarter and very few can tell with in n minute when a period of ten min utes has elapsed The most difficult tent Ip timeguess ing is to wake from a sound sleep in the small hours after having gone to bed before midnfght and guess within h alf an hour of the time Most per sons unaided by natural indications such as moonlight the first signs of dawn in midsummer or the profound quiet of Jhe house In winter cannot under these conditions guess wjthln two hours of the time Fersons ordinarily underestimate the time they have slept at night and over estimate the length of a daylight nap The cat nap of twO or three minutes ap pears to most persons to have lasted from fifteen minutes to half an bour- n fact some pomona seem to get to sleep allover antI through arid through whenever they lose consciousness and are thus utterly oblivious of the flight of time wSle others seem never even at night to be thoroughly saturated with sleep Persons of the latter class wake at ary mom ntot the nfgfit in most full possession of their faculties and can usuallY form a pretty good notion of the hour Public speakers are proverbially bad guOsser5 of the elapsed time when they speak extemporaneously Clergymen through habit hdwever cal guess pret ty close as to the length of on extemporaneous sermon and the clergyman who preaches beyond his usual time gets many hints that he Is talking too from the conduct of his hearers IIOpg a preacher sees hIs usually wake bearers nodding and the younger members of the congregation more than usually uneasy in their seats he ksows that lie has passed his usual limit Women and chldren are bad guesS- ers of tline becausetbey tend to be preoccupied with the matter of 4he mo went so that they are oblivious to all else Men who have the habit of keep lag their watches accurate andof not lag the hour down to the very second are amused to find that most women take no note of any peripd of time below a quarter of an hour Nine women out of ten with a xijock face in sight will fall to note the time within five minutes It Is the eternal puzzle of the man with a keen sense for time that many women and tome men seem to believe that time has a way of pausing fn Its flight Such men and women alter in quiring the time will report It the same ten minutes later and Vlll resent with an injured air the suggestion that the hour cannot be exactly thesame that it was ten minute before New Yprk Times Purely BH IHCM csptilofthdpstryCome i BplIrepUed the dkke youre not going jta be ttitfapentai at your time of life are youTOblcag BecordHeraM t WiVi iliviMIIwwiiWiVliiw aiI i wt r td oj LDIES f a f r I Who wish 1to do thMri Spring eW nglt now can find a satisfactory 1ii ofE I Wash Gl ds White Goods En jf broideries and Laces itiour largp tpck = r t which has just Arrived 1 3 J a We ale offering some Special4 things if in Table Linens Napkms t and Towels v V ft t Etf t3 c 2 Full stock Cottons Sfieetirigs tickings 2 Gingharnsetc Buy nOW before any ij further advance4 1 1d 3 E r t iS YRI low PRIGES t LNv lU fli on air Ayinier Goods to close out HL k ii f 3 dies Skirts and Cloaks at Half Prices l lt3 3 Bargains iin Comforts and Blattkets t t Bargains in Mens Hats v Bargains In 3 CorretsI125 and si1 goods noWfpr25E rOJ and 50c Bargains iin every departe3 ment for 30 days v u J ROBeRSON BROS H t t JOHW S McEtROy11l GENERALi INSURANCE AON 11t j Life Fire arid Torrado L t f OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK r d I ii j During my absence frbnn ofteW F 40rigsbi or George Nei cirk will attend tdtany bdsine Th v t 1 for me r t Remember that thet J JtjS f tlrtJ SPRINGFIELD LUMBER tn tj Ji1Handles everything in the way of i BUILDINGMATERAILRough t iQi ant dukntitlesJ J ytiitj t t rl l Ll tIf you have QuildiD to do gtoi prices We can give you es1iim tei 9J buildings complete or canfuinislix ym the41ff material at 1lowest prices riS Yards and office near depot f Telephone 39 SPRINGFIELDl K Jl ff Home Tobacco lareliiieV GQIi r IfIINCORPORATED tl J NOTIN THE COMBI J jk 4 f1 I Daily Sales Prompt etur1i4 Months Storage Frees 828 826Jand 828 West Main Stteet UiS iUCtfi Sam Sullivan and J W Sullivan Aen s rtl l THE HOME HOUSE ijs doing a nice businessnow nrey Tobacco Grower should patronize It was fOrcut ty4 by the combine and itji is the only independent houfei in the pitY Mark your HhdsHdME HOUSE f 1xe va 5SOn the isI found wbatwesterniralrJe la culled t which Is of great value to travelers The long leaves at the base of its stem lire placed not flat as in plants generally but in a vertical position and present their edgts north and south The peculiar propensity of the plant is s ttributcd the fact that both surfaces or Us leaves display an equal receptlvlly for light whereas the upper surfaces of the leaves of most plants arc more sensi tive to light than time lower The leaves thus assume a vertical position and po nt north fad south TravVlera on dork nights are said to feel the edges of thern leaves to ascertain the point otI the compass Anticipated by Shakespeareo Is Banuerly as egotistic as he Iboksr I think so He wrote o a friend not long ago and in the coiwgeiqf the communication remarked that William Shakespeare seemed to have jthutlpat ed in a somewliat rude and unnbtehed form one of his Bannerlys pee tbeo riesClevcland Plain DWIr Hew Wise A wise newspaper says w should be thankful that we are mcderar awt heirs of all the wisdom o the ages Perhaps we should be If ire dU net know that the average America timag ines Plato to be a new kiiji of sUver polish and Bappbe an attic usiest to a plaoarWashlngtea TImes ijthe raIr T r New BoarderWlMtte tH laaiUftiy daughter playing OM BoarderA mixtvn of aiwiiiwa a lot of old operall a sect of musical balb you ki irNpfrXQltiy3 f I CeemiMit Vleeks irIm Malay the nativeskeejl a record ottlme in the followIng Wa1 fFloating inta bucket ftiedi1th a f tar they place a cocoanut shell ksyl J a small perforatipn through rWch Y flow degrees the water finkIIitW iy i Inside ThIs opeuJligii so proiioetles 4 N J that it takes Just one sour feet ic shell to fill and sink Tbea a watt j man calls out the sl1LiesPtld affi j they begin npla h tSu h tritips as minutta if t tare rarely heeded bn tM jahIslPitney any one asklhg tM tkW ta4 t Jv llay and being told tba tJMftcMm j shell was hak full l j h Ik4ICenntrT tt There Should be some g et ifim ft i framed whereby each eT Jpt filii JJ Fradce and Germany cbmEI f man performs his terel thlii t duty most spend at lestthre yi o tersot his boYUP1 IfM cetr writes EmeV Potter ta OilUiC As14i when I SAy country I do wjti tWv e pert reflnement of tIle geateelt pa MWrv i the suburb 3ter Ita r di a tonic tofee There VpXb J wiser out te free cthm qaalt ttrnsandbertiIerse J fOhvle3ul5Is lez Benevolent Old Gt ii i sst F yoit think fishing a cruel ptl itSU sbthiani shoot JM tWa It was lateen plttteg here foe 1e hoses awl never had a agle got three amp atueaten u1 with files iiisd tIMt mm atila eIt tU bek Prl1 Wiskioft Letter 4Tkie political storm hich blew lii if a gale in Congress concero irfc IJananaa and the Post jffice J frauds has subsided somewhat 1 ai ti thgre is a tendency on the p tW representatives of both pictiflto slow up It will be M e w jBf s before the Panama t daty can be sent to the isthmus J td returned with any new a erdments ratified even after l tiiitla4optedbttheSenate Ths 1 v iill afford ample time for Sena 1 ttto xhaust International law uUMt down precedents apd an joance new departures The i rtl drift or Congressional IfilI 6ti n is along the line of uisei yuig tnd prompting com I rclal interests without dst ft rIlJg the great questions of tiriff or currency Politiciilly loth Republicans nd Democrats irtjsunxune and hoperul and i tif apparition of Perry Heath ro Jptiifjr causes consternation Ibadow of incraasngc oud- 1Lue W tharble unds in the Hann forecast his passed away 4gad the great Ohio Prtsidrnt Linker win support whomsoever j nominated at hlcsgo W J J ryan has mude many speeches 4 n e IiIsreturnfrornEurope aud vjuid many things which have set I itn to tn inking but he 10 f res to support the St Louis ripminee The future is big with i vents which no prevision can d iscern The people are quietly 1 wklna over the ground and lins i ig upJ either side 4 Many petitions havecorne to pagiess from all parts of the 1 c xmtry for an appioprfction to ii aprove harbors and rivers but = s an election is at hand both l i irtieirare proclaiming economy lit is very doubtful if a river- a id b6bolbiliwill get through I 1 18 sessioni Notwithstanding ne proclamations of frugality I oweverj benator HannaIs hold I i ig up his platte as usual bra ibidy for ships He asks what floodtnePimamt canal will do Ii iithoHljnore strips This i the coldest January that Washington has seen for t irentythree years Oqcasiona- lIj dandelions forsythia and tu I par JLb1o rn at this date As if the pension list of the riled States were not already rgi enough interesting parties f re trying to induce Cengress ip U reate a civil pension list Tot This eci the Civil Service Bureau Jias beer iakifcgfc census of all government employees and js 1 i r paring treoit It 18 pro dytaglvei a pension of t50 a p jnh to all clerks who have ten ra the employ of the gov nment for ears andthirtj aye reached the ago of seventy It Would seem that a clerk on arJ f5od louni salary for thirty tearsoughtthsaye enough to eep him above want for the rast htbis llife Scentinc Wonders will t ever je 30 Drjf Merrill oftJ e Nat tIt1 M sm has IIO red IiI 1 Setritied1 foi qst ift Montana andy eports his opinion that f it hasI agateiMriRoosevelt having abancv med afternoon ttas tistiousht hey will now go out of fashiotf new wrin1tlefnrcottiJIions this 1i erUJ to invie twenty extra young men tp be present so that aU flPwers may not blush un een and waste their sighs on the 1ajIrootn air T0 The tremendous enterprises ol J eJ ennsylvauia R R are m31 t Vinghavoc of our seaboard ci i L3 TaphingUn is tprn up === r Love is sometimes a hard task master He drives women to tasks be yofld their strength aud lays heavy burdens ion theirtooulders Love Ifamily bydayachingback head make her ut terlyun1t for household duties 1 Weak nervous women who vuffer from headache back ache bearingdown pains and other con jKqaeacM of womanly disease can be I completely cured by the use of Doctor 7irce Favorite Prescription It es weakening4ra1io a4 dtres female weakness j AU MISiMe4 a trRonervesntaUWritM ri Waodbedc 4 Pclray Mich Could not 1J jiwrlc as hour W to 4ar without being tired I doctored fit vUt physician then irMK aMUcr bit dU fecdre any benefit methinl1KwWin HcM wicht help me co I wzc4fvopJHkfa wlMt to do Youadriicametotaket wi FawMe Prescription and Golden McSr PiiMTcr I did so sad could tec a diflfer ricM ar jr I tmly tools four bvtllcita u- llsNUC this I had in a long tine Can j diylow aad not feel tired as I would g eiJr tskts your treatment k iy madJdne fIiir Pisunt P curt dlz- cai Wr TwT T t r Hwt Tired at 9 v aiuSleep does not rest Food does not taste good Snap energy ambition all gone What is needed is a good food tonic One that will create an appetite help digestion strengthen Invigorate and induce sound and restfuUsleep People thus aili g should try WALTH- ERSPEPTONIZED PORT The pepsin corrects the overworked digestive organs The poiC keeps them in this condition The combination Iabout as badly as New York A large part of it looks like a wrecked mine ctas ifa cyclone had strrfCK it af er being pros pectedfdr oil Where tHe new Union station Iisto stand more than 500 buildings have been torh down and cutting filling carting blisting are going on saven days iin the tweek and all most all hours of the day and niht On these ruins a STOOC OOOiytransportatipn palace is iit once to beerected The papers of Jam es K Polk and Martin Van Buren have Been added to the collection inthe Library of Congress of manuscripts distinguished men Theycover- two exciting periods of American histor rand include thousands of letters written by the leading men of the country at that time and numerous manuscripts and speecheari he Library has now collections of pipers by Wa h ton Adorns Jefferson Madison Monroe and Jackson oAgarORlAJWltho ugft SIgnature cf ct1b =Proctor Knotts Birthplace The homes of ths community rank ajnong the foremost pf the County and nearby stands the residencei m which ExGovernor Knob whose fame iis intermit ion 41 first saw the light of day and it was tib doubt whIle lOV- ing over the fields of this iciniI ty that his studious mind to6k those first lessons at ratureV well of knowledge which so ad mirably filted it in after years Congress for Ifnuurnatibnnl of oratory and btmor which so elect ified bis audience artdset the world a talking And as his Duluth and Pennsylvania Avenue efforts as English classics will never per ish so Thiywicir the birthplace of their author will live In his tory forever Elaywicks letter in Lebanon Enterprise HiII Waicr The flood danger at Pitlsbiirg iiaspassd and the rivers have begun 10rtecede At all pcintK on the Allegheny an I Monong hela the waters are either falliirg or stitid ery Malivof the factories in Pittsbuig and Allpgheny are submerged andfreighttrahp lOt thc raitr ads is practically ut a standstill The property JOSI it is believed will not be more than 500dOO At Sharon Pa1 five persons are reported to have been drowned Saturday A Philadelphia the Schuncil1 rivfer is at the hiffhest stage fiinGel802 The smaller streams in Ohio and Indiana a re falling Do siC TronbJrl It Is exceptlonurtc find a fan it y wfe there are no ddmesUc tuplcs occasionly but thesel catTbViesseu d by having Dr K figS New L fe Pills aryund Auch troublflithej give by thir irreat work tnjStotiatJh and LiVer IronbUS They not onley relitiV vou tut cure 25niO JJLt don Drug bttfie Je ua IOn the western prairie Is found what is called the compass plant which la of great value to travelers The long leaves nt the base of Its stem are placed not flat as in plants generally but in a vortical position and present their edges north and south The peculiar propensity of the plant Is attributed to the fnctthat both surfaces or Us leaves display nn equal receptivity for light whereas the upper surfaces of the leaves of most plants arc more sensi the to light than the lower The leaves thus assume a vertical position and point north arid south Travelers on dark nights are said to feel the edges ot the leaves to ascertain the point of the compass Anticipated by ShakeJlpeareI Is Bannerly as egotistic as he looks I think so lie wrote to a friend not longao and in the course of the communication remarked that William Shakespeare seemed to haye anticipat ed In a somewhat rude and uulinlsUeU form one of lila Bannerlys pet theo ries Cleveland Plain Dealer How Wise We Aret A wise newspaper says we should be thankful that we are moderns and heirs of all the wisdom of the ages Perhaps we hquld be If we did not know tliat the average American imag ines Plato to be a new kind of silver polish and SuP bo an attachment to n pidup Wjrshlngtcn Times In the Pnrlot Too New Boarder What is the landladys daughter ploying Old BoarderrrFA mixture of airs froth h lot of old operas a sort of musical hash you knowew York Weekly rGettlul Ills Teeth on Edge When the new boarder arrived din ncr was ready to be served nud the hostess wishing to give hini time to arrunge Ills toilet courteously delayed the repast a few minutes As he did not put in an appearance promptly aft er the ringing of the second bell and the old boarders Jiad assembled at asI ble the bbarding mistress sent Bridget n recent importation from the Emerald Isle to tell him that dinner was ready When the waitress knocked the new bonnier was unpacking his valise Re spojidlng to a second knock he stood at the door holding a setof false teeth In one hand and a nail file in the other and said Yes Ill lie down In a minUte The domcttie stared at him in amaze meat and rretnrnlngito the dining rqniu onnouiiccd sharply Hell be down maam an soon as Jie sharpens his t cthXlm York Press I Ladies Only It Isf Worsen Who Ned Most Relief From Little trri tOoting Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiPain Tills are for women Womans dollcato herVous brszinlsfn tift lcg to the least jarrIng Innuencc and eotno nclio or pain is the rcgult The remedy Is at hand Dr jlcsf AntiPalp Pills They act inert marclldusly on worn ansncnfbus organism end rtllcye and cure ttjealna to which shin isa martyr Headachca rcin ilglac pains monthly pains U1d all kinds of pains disappear us If a gontlo hand had llglitly soothtd them arfay DIzzineSs Rush of Dlocd t the head toothache Dackacho aro all cured ty tkcso Little Comforters Cured vrlthoct clanger of disagreeable atereJCectJ cured quick cured with Opt pnpflHl Action on liver stomach prDiJl r totriiFrPr Miles AntfrPaln Bills pfeaso the women and to children take thorn be cause they are cosy to take and soothe all their EiilTcrlnss r Tor yes I had spells of clclc head ache at tSC3 cuKcnng untold osronlM I could net endure any excitement visltlnpbroughtnumerous remedies without relief until PlUsn1ttheyyznpturnsl ward oft the attack Yhen I am tired nnd nervous a rll poothrs me rMR3- SAPAH WAtriONSON JJlairstown la Price 2 c n tox Never rod H bullc FREE write tous for Free Trial Package ot Dr MIls Anti pale PIIID the Now Scientific Remedy or Vnlu M Rrnptorn Blank Our pec1aiiSL icIn itagfloso your case tell itlree1UJORATO1UL3 ELK1LVRT IfiD gives strength to thehwhole system Two sizes 50 cts frand 100 ro WALTILEE PEPTOlOzQ POUT co Ftttabazh Pa For Sale By Cti JJYYDON Pharmacist + I3Iarrfaccl surrounded Sup rntltlon with super stitions many of which apply only to time marriage ceremony The wedding ring Is made plain and thick only for then tsou that its thickness and plain ness secure it against breakage for to- 11rcnk1t Is time very worst of luck for ami groom White Is time gtk married In but a wid ow mayVinjjcry In any color save yet low Shdiild a bride drop one of her gloves woelbetide lien She must exer- cIse great care in getting in and out of her carriage ldIt false step Is nn omen wlilh Brings misfortune Red Kalr r Nowadays people with red hale are somewhat envIcd It was not always 501In Egrpt for instance the auburn headed wnc regarded with aversion The ancTeiJt Egyptians were so violent ly opposcdto hair of this tone that once nlyeaTtuey burned a malden who possessed sbright locks hi time hope of exterminating or lessening what they conslderedi a curse Sentiment aside people of the auburn head typejmve a vast advantage They are loss IliiUJe to baldness than those who own brown or black hair Time reason thereof Is that one red hajr Is as thick s three dark hairs With TOCpO red hhlrs the sailp is well thnt hedltlr the same number of dark liairsrn person is aiihost bald Time averagclnumber of illanients that the bruneO belle has to comb and brush Is lOOo SWORD EVOLUTION toIA great many modern sword forms Iare really nothing more than de scendantKjjjr nither Iniproveniints on the ptcillljtr boomerang shaped of fli jlnciqnt ligyptlun time of the scinijiter yutaghan KordJJ Kaber Africa vouth of the was perhaps the greatest museum old swords in the world In the torI dan and central Africa the old nlckle nUll boomerang shaped sword Which time uiifOHtors of time modern negroes received centuries ago from the Kgyp tiafis were still mado and in use More over 1lit Knights of Malta were at onetime famous sword nalerS and their peculiar long double edged blades such hs tbecrisaders carried were exported to time IJarbary states where they were 111pyJt ilsurntatbeJwas on thlRaccount that they were ritUi found in central Afrlm In time slxteontn century n peasant living onthe outskirts of Toledo Spalrt Invented the fijmoua Toledo rapier Which soon became the popular weapon all over Europe Prior to that time thp swords used Iri Europe were heavy affairs for hewing slashing and cutting but with the advent of the Toledo rapier men had Jo learn to thrust ai well as to hack and slash With the rapier came the art of fencing time six tcentli and seventeenth c nturle be lngthe age of the svord par excel fence MORAL 6UA61 N The Expcrlenco ifn Scliool Ufllclnlv Who Adrocutcd It This somf Is told at the expense of a ecently appointed supervisor of n public school In this city One day she happened to be visiting a school where a young Incorrigible was undergoing punishment for ase ries of misdemeanors Thb teacher cited him as the worst boy In the schoolrone I cant do any timing with Ive tried everything in the way of punishment Have you tried kindness wgs the gentle Inquiry of the other lady I did at first but Ive got beyond ftblt oWtt i4tt tUlp phase pC the session thp lady ttskcU4Up JOy If he would cull and fleV hpr on the following Saturday A boy arrived promptly at the hour appoint edtThe lady showed him her best pie tures played her liveliest music and sot before him a Inncheon on lief daln tlcst china when slid thought it about time to begin her little sermon My dear she began were you riot very unhappy to have to stand In the corner Uefore all time class for punish ment Please maam broke lin the bbY with his mouth full of cake that wasnt me you saw It was Pete uzmdl lip juyp nip 50 ppijtsto come here arid take your jawing Philadelphia Ledg lei I k J LINCOLN REBELLED AJlOocoslon IVheii Stanton DId Not rtHis Papers SIffned Robert Lincoln when minister to England told a friend an incident of his childhood which was deeply Impressed upon his memory o Illustrative was it of his fatuyrs chanicter lIe was with his father Iri his cabi net one morning during the eurly ears of the war when Secretary nr was announced Scarcely replying the courteous greeting of the Mr Stanton walked directly up to the desk where Mr Lincoln was Islttlng1 and said Mr President have come for the papers thmntl brought you yes terday to be signed WcllNl1ld the president with an p1thnttruth Is Stnntori they are not ready Well then those you had the day before V They are riot ready either was the answer with a somewhat quizzical look nut you have had some of them orI a whole wook mind nil I ask you to Is to put your to them Come If Time whole batch will not doJ half in hour Twill wait whllj youI sign It- is only a trifle I tI1llI1S anti It IS not 1IUe you to hinder our work In this way A trifle echoed Mr TJncoln with a deep gravity settling over his IIro1 worn volintonnntv Dp you kno what tints papers nr7 v or coiirsp I do answorrd tip spcre tary Thjy an death warrants And you call signing a dwith war rant a trltle Look hcnr And he drew out from under his desk n basket overflowing with papers IIlinre the papers you have brousht me during the last weok and tliat you have boon ufKiux iiie to pgii and ivcry otid of tlHiii will condemn a mi i to death if put my name to It How can sign when know so WclJ what will be till result You must sign Mr President you must xlgn theni 1ou are clogging the wheels of government We have been at a standstill Corn week bpcnnsp you hnvi pickedl out every death warrant from time papers I have brought yoxr No wondor they have accuriiulated flat now we cannot wait any longer We must have those papers and you must sign them And seizing a pen from time rack dipped It In the Ink Back and forth Up and down tb-ic room strode time tall form as was wont when In perplexity Suddenly his face cleared and he approached the hearth where there wits a glowing coal fire Tithing up the poker he stirred up a bright blaze Then almost run ning across the room he picked up the basket qf death warrants and tossed them nil on thecoals A tongue of fire seized them rind a put of wind blew them up the chimney IThere there good riddance he muttered as he saw the aslies disap pear Then he turned to Mr Stanton who stood aghast and speechless for once and with a deprecating hook said I couldnt help it Stanton I really couldnt and I couldnt sign them It Is too beautiful a day to send so ninny souls Into eternity I dont believe the wheels of government will be blocked Come riowi let us take a walk down time oen cYouthsCompaulon i llhukto Be lionesS Phil May the great English artist earned lmlslirst fame in Australia One day a broken down minister applied to 4ilm for charity und May engaged him as a mpd6 As a joke be also demanded that his clghtjyearold pensioner agree to leave him his skeleton when he died When May left Australia be called his model In Youve played me a dirty trick said May by swin dung me oit of that Kkelqton I could have bought one in sound order and condition for halt the money youve cost me The old fellow conscious of his bnse ingratitude to his best timid t1bet1 1 Stay in Sydney a few mouths longer pad give me another chance to show you that I am a matt of honor t IlonU Tlioktje Since the Introduction ot printing tho subject matter of the aggregate of books shows approximately the follow ling venires Low nad sociology one quarter of literature onehlfthjmp- Piiel sclencv ont ilghth history giid geography onptciith theology rail gion and speculation onptPritb miscel laneous anti bibliography omMenth phllolopy and languajros ouptwcri tieth natural sclpucus art nail philoso phy shading niT Into small fractions nnd poujtjj not appearing iiil the cltissuV cation Not Like n AVntch Do you know lit went otigllbXv nftcr the parlor cloik Had shuck iiii do you know tluit a IlinlIs Hue a watch bi jiuse hp Is known by lila works T Ii know IIP Is riot like t watch1 she rcuiarlutl with a ynwri for when bp ilUktn gbYiu i Tryrornealth l t t 222 South Pcoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902- EipLt Kiontli3 ago I war ea Ithpt I vas compelled tp le pr sit dovvn nearly pU tho tinic Myf piethiiI lt itInnd I yoamitcd frequently 1scou4 not urinate witbout groutt prtinntI I coughedso much thatflay Uwoat nod iuns were r1WJsore Tho aoctors prer nounccdit Drigbta disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little tto nio what they called it and t had no dc kiro to live A sister visited mojj front St Louis anil asked mo i ifiI hail cyr truuJJVino cf Cardui I told her I hail not and shoIJbought a bottle I believe that JtsavcJuiylifc Ibclievomany women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of iitst value p Dont you want freedom fiomnopain Take Wino of Cardui tbot a weak helpless suCcrcr Youpcan have a womans health and doa Womans work inlife Vhytlnot secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist to It day k p WINE 7RDW- UIuwrFlU tto I M jrtI + 11 T WHEN A CADDIE t INTERVENED t t tuIj INS 4 + + I I I + I 1 I BradtbUry were ardent enthusiasts at the game it was nQt surprising that they should have deciaed to let golf be- the arbiter of their tatci Time two young tacit Avert1 desperately in love with M rcla Van Zandt So for that mutter were half u dozen others of the male contlugent at VesterCeIdt But all recognized that ttreyson and Brad bury were the1 two favorites and thq wlthdrawal ooneo them from the fleld voiild naturally place the Other In u fall position to win out It was Briidbury who offered time challenge of n nine hole match the loser otwhlch should immediately pack bag JtIltlIUaggage and decamp Greyson hn l considered the proposlr tlon for a brief uilnute 1hen accepted and n date was tel for the trial of skill It WAS a fair congest even though there was u difference of four in time records of the two players Bradburys best score for the nine holes was thir tyseven but lit was very erratic usu ally playing sOmewhere in the uplsh borliood of 4forty Greysou however bad never jjlayed around in better than fortyonp but he vaw as steady as n machine and could be depended upon not to vary from that score by more than one or two strokes Probably time explnnatloji of the dlf ference 1n their playlngIwus to be found In the respective habits of the two men for while Greyson was not in time Ipnst what one would call n rabid prohlbiiionlst he knew when to stop Bnuibury on the other hand jvns the h9teis best patron of the little room downstairs with the long brass foot 1111I On the momenfous day which was to decide their fates the two men with IInksScottjl bnJbndlatterrs arrival f the hotel ahtl had also been time messenger on several be caslons for delivering bunches of vlo Ict boxej of candy etc The other caddie was the grecnkecpers latest im portntlon from town and had been cho sen because Bnulbury htid quarreli with every one of the other boys wore on the caddies bench when they started out Greyson won tilt tQSS and drove first making the straightaway tl itrIns he generally did Bradbury usuni i nn VALKED UP Tt iiRADnqiiz AND HELD OUT nis f1A11 Played1 time first green in five also buttby n fortunate approach shot he bQic it in four thus gaining n Tpad of one dtI The next two holes the ravine anIdI restawhile wcra unWed In five each but ou time fourth put1mmggreen Grejr 1 son made n phenomenal gobble and tied time score at nineteen Without doubt Jt wjis not the two caddiesiy iiu vvo that their should know the stake which was be- Ing played for but from several re marks wlUcjh Scotty overheard ns he trudgedafong vrith time clubs he must have Jumped utn pretty Uecurnte con cJlL lou and as tile four rested In the Bhade nt the fifth tree he confided some timing tothc new caddie front town which madeUmt youth observe the re mainder of the game Wth vastly moro interest tuna lio had hitherto displayed Ifn Now tho fifth hole of the Weatexa Veldt couracV called the frying the woivt one of thai nine thedrlveoff t pittt bury stole a lead of three for by n good drive mind n Inngbrnsale shot he cleared the hazard and wnS in the hole In five Time frying pen had nltyays been a Vtaterlpo rot finyson nnd qn this tIny it proved evpn voatethtm iisnnl for he toppcil bisbair ttwice and then broke his inidlron Just above time whipping while trying to Nor Time next two holes were halved In four ach so that the score ns time two playerjs walked iip totbeVlghth tee Was S3 to 33in Brad burys favor VWhether an over Indulgoijce In rckles f on time previous einlng flvcrcQnfidnnca lij victory or whother Hwns diuvsMsirtly to nervous ness oir n cntnt of Jlie size of the for which tliVy were playing wtH novej bo bnowjt for fomo fivust llijjdbury went f till bail on the eighth holeaild if cost him sr befort ue holed It whereas he USttlUttlnyedI IIIIpIt in four as hs in dptiig = Greysons lead of three on this bole just made up for same number bt hndmndcon tIll fifth so that tire scon t tht last grclIIus iigaln tiedl a t1llrtnul i There wits an air of supprbssed ex cltomont about both players nud cad ui dies as Ureysoii JAlIM his tw iintl pre coarotiHiiltli Is about 2tO yarduuul Is toth fated on tile farther side of a littlest hill xo tlfat onlyifUii1 upper half of the th ed lug Is visible from whun tthe driv kirone on nlunil trml when Groysons balj Just clparfd time brow of tire hill e followed quickly after ir and dLpan enrtt1 over time other side He found that till ball nnd tangled In middle of a hunch of fog so that It by lay In an nhnast unplaysible position cent wjs 4hc work of but a inonient to ick tin blll sharply frpui Its resting sa lace toward the hole then Ill yqii hack jjVourtr Groy on Its a cinch for twot Tlwn the rlckirs or the nerves or m I r60fia The mud You Save Aiways Bought 1 and which has beein USG for oycr 30 years has bomo the siinatm et 1 dI rand has been made under his per Wfcivl 7fe2S jsonal supervision since its infaneyi tliteAllj arebfliExpermhealtl1tot fInfants and Children Experience against Experiment t Wh tiscAsrORIACast- orla r ltis al harmless substitute for Castor Qil Pare r litinntnnoneither Opium Morphine nor other N copofsubstance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It Cures iarrhma and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CoustipatToa nndFlatulen theGttrvmnn1I amid Bowels giVing Ilenl l1tamI natural sleep Time ChuIdrenj anacea The Mothers Friend jxii GENUINE JCASTORIA ALWjj t ifl Bears the Signature pf QI tlII i c Tie Eina Jou Haie Always Bwip In Use For Over 30 Years i s THt TiccT new sonietinng or jother got to war on Bradbury again for he sliced his drive and the boll fell within a Hundred yards of time green H made a gallant attempt to recover hosvever andjjvlth jIrs next stroke stymiitd hin bail fri tho that of his companion But the gamp was brer for Grcys on putted In with his n sxt stroke win bcnkthohand Hani luck old mon he said cheer ily Better luck nest time But Bradbury only muttered some thing under hhTbreatL and snatching hfg bag tromtbe caddie fce strode off the links Here Scotty ilied Greyson as his club bearer movedaw iy heres n lit tic present for youi I rcpl flush today And he tossed toward the boy a coin time size of which ma3e that youths C3t3 sparkle As time two cuddles talked back to time grecnkeepers they talked over the game just finished and after exacting a promise of absolute secrecy Scotty revealed to his compau on his doings at the last boll v 4It wasnt cause Mr Greyson always tips me that I moul eyed with tI 10 score he said in Justlffcatlon of hisac tlon though he is the met manof the1 two and I hcpe he wins out vlth Miss Van Zandt I wouldtt hav6 cooked that Bradbury cuss eiihie leen ir he dill buff me once or twica when I laugh ed at his scathing but saw hip foozle twice today without counting It tmd at time eighth hole he lifted his ball out pf a cuppy He when he thought noono- was looking und anyway he ni Ided conclusive ly as Agasslz or seme if them big poet tetlers say Airs faEln lop and wit and Im flamed glad I dine it1 Stories of Joe Cannon While serving his second term in con gross Joe Cannon was driving on hdImet a township road ipervisor rI said Joe do they dock yo when you arc away from congress IXo may wages runon just the same dsaid Uncle JQS The township doesnt pay people when they iilont work said Jbe tarn er uI expect It would be better to dock us when we do work feplicd Uncle Joe gravely A Democratic member dnce ventured to challenge one of his stajtements Blank Is mistaken lin ply lcpfle d Cannon Thlsformof denial ivits ceo trarj to time rules becau fejiit mentioned member bj name Insead of us the gentleman from Indlanr1 Time TCU ed Democrat called th speakers at tentioti to time breach ofj rtlles The speaker explained and tinstructed theI new member to proceed In ordcjr With u swooping mind courteous bow w 1ich has since become fa nibuL Cannon said If the venerable nudj august gentle man who is suclra slick e for time tide will bear with me I bcfjto inform him that he lies under a mistake Worlds Work It i IropowlbJo to tnakb people uudprI I ftuml their Ignorance for It require knowledge to perceive Itj l to toJWomen as Well Are Made Miserable byo Kidney Troiible Kidney trouble preys upon the mind isr courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor L and cheerfulness soon M disappear when the kid 5 neys arje our of ordcs i or diseased 1 Kidney trQfiyi hit rovaIentittt tar child to be born Q afflicted with weak kide= neys ltlc child urtn axes tod often If theIins scalds the flesh or Ifihm the child reaches anage when It shuld be chic to ntroi the passage it Is yet afflicted with wetting depend upon the aUccoIe difficulty is kldiejr troub e and the ep should be towards the irtII ese Important organs Tils unpl trouble is due to adizeas condition of the dneys and ladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well asnen are made mis able with kidney and bladder triouble d both need the same great remedy tSwampRoot tLdruggIst In fifty f KtfS and one dollar sizes You max h V4tamlImatJifftaaTo pamptflet tellat ssnxuppooB Pousandsm sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Yt e sure anIentop this pper tf WEEKLY Courier JpfiJI HENRY WATTERS Qwft IEDITOR j Ten pr Twelyepage vf 1 iesdIi v j1l00 y 1 4F R I iBlest EkihicaLArtjclel Best Stpnes Bet MiscellanvI if Best Pictures Best BOOIIV BestPthmtry Best Childrens Pbge BemLHothe Iew Best Condensed NtBest Market Reviews i B2Stof Evrything t s i iOU lfRIVI L tsiIsyh4e Ky i BY I PEm1LRRII Elr LCAi GET TH- PJNewsljeader o TnTHr 4t Weekly jCouriednrniTt Both One Year tor Only aj j SI5O JThi Is jot cast subscrij lions emljr 10AU ajibocriptions under jthis cbnyliina tibn pinir iit be sont jtfcroueh h low Settlers Rates t Sbutheiast issou J rkap sas Loiiisiltiia fr4 Texas 7 a LAND OFCEJtRHpH r r The dates afej FebruVj 2 and I6y Jlarchll and IS 4pril 5 and J8 V ftofThe raje is a little more than halfJfare one iway or round trip tNow is the tme tdgeta good hQDV of your own while Jandiscleap TIt South west offers the greatest ir ducement tq homcsecIrera mild f equable tllmfeite J snort plesant win t JSLand that will grow Qrni wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fn1itf tand vegetables of nearly every description can be had at prices rang ing from So toS25 per acres oWirigf toff location soil ana improve ent iI Take advantage of some pf teb- ove dates andsee this g eat ciJan ry foryourself x If ycu will write us wljere you want o go ve wiQ tell you the jcact cost f your ticket1 and send jrouinaps descriptive litcratureand e pin to drid a suitableioca lori I Write today tp j tt0 SCHAEPEB T P A V J Cotton Belt Route Clndnnaii Ow a OR f 1 W L ABBAUME G Pi T X fJCotton Belt rtouteSt1aats Mo l jIt 1 Wopr m lv obtabsr S aiJ rcfp I mod b orJlotOcJIU t Lrc repon on tentahlUt7 Fo Pateflt3andRADs lMf f OppU S Patentom ASHiNiSTON ID A wtC r it FOR SALE An EnThh BfccK erkshire Sow with fQurplffv eirc3d and eligible to rekiiat tration Will sell at a b4drgaifla j L DAyst11g1