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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = v r 7 urcT 1 T t f l t Lt NEWSLEADER c i J jjL j t j tl17tig t1j JV New SeriesV6i L XI No 19 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNT JENTUCKYr M4 12 1904 t 100 Att 1i 1 fa r BOBLITTIJM II11TllOESOI1iri1 lMERS Jr d Co Carry trr stock all kinSs of Fanera applied PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washingtori County 52 mites south east of JuerinKton 59 miles from Cotttevlileoat Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in- a farming and agricultural district- Two Banks tejegraph and telephone k Hnesfekpriss office flour mills lumber oJyards Popuation liOO populationof- county 15000 Representative Congress Hon VSmllh f Hodgenville Ky- JepresentatiYe in Keutuck3 LegisI I lature Hon W Claybrooke Represcntativc in State Senate Hon l Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky J 1lC uflty vDIr ctory CIRCUIT COURTj Circuit Court ejins on the fourth- S and Octo ndlv in February May N ber C E pttescnJudeSCommon vealthAtDurhamft L torn y I M Campbell Clerk t t tE Master Commiss 1iM G LeachmaD iIonCte V QVARTZRLXCOURT- QuarterlY third- S Coftt l seldon day in each month SSSBlVUtsey Judge I COUNTY OURli VCounty Ltrt meets on the fourth Monday in etcli mouth j 413 41itscyJudgeS W F Booker County Cleric TwS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff 4I Richard Isham Ed R Sidney n Osbornett Deputies 4 Jam siMOore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T P6Bryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer TAT Montgomery Coroner Ji WT Bush Supt of common SSeboOlBi PO Springfield CITY COURT- 5James R Noe PoIice3UdgcS John Grac3 Marshal Y W F Grigsby City Attorney- JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory J METHODIST CHURCH Rev J D War Pastor Services on the First and Third uuqavs in each mouth kill a m and 730 p m Sun- Sunday at 10 amday School every Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock vices every a Services at St Rose tame hours Cl1RISTI NCIJURCHf Rev reliC Pastor Service Second and fourth Sunday in each month fSj5 v PRESBYTERIAN OHDRCH ReV T Datimer Pastor- Sunday at 11 amPreachIng every arnd at 7 pan Sunday school every Sunday at am Prayer meeting- eVery Thuradayevenlne at7 oclock t = 1 Fraternal Ordeas lAS2IClodgeNo 51J meets secofldeach month No 57 Washington RIO Chapter SS5Z every third Monday- Springfield Council toS2 meets on eVery tourthMonday KNIGHTSIOfTincachinon hcJ1It FAMERICAN I II1 SILVER II I ik TRUSSL 1 1 1 fir cot LIGHT SZuyt Wear preeoa FJ ack CYuecrHI traps r r3t cu SF sssSr iae byCJ Ho don c1 WAIJTED Men or women as representatives for a high class magazine Large commissions Gash prizes Wiite tf Tram er 8lJ Eastf Washington Square t SNew YorkN TV DIt CA1 WELLS I 51RIGETIQNyaup PEPSI N SWWKSMH iWii OiWWWWJ ii wt iIW II Iit ROUND Of TALK I S = nnnftnnnS M The Joy of Life Out Upon a faftnl How beaUttfulo watch the tf fes J To feel the fooling zephyrs breeze To sec all nature asTOu please Out upou a farm The mocking bird d th gladly sing ThevoQds with music Ipudjy ring ThemeadoWs sweetcst incense bring Out upon a farm But should bj chancre a mortgage be Upon that farm the morgagee Ycull find will act unpleasantly Out upon a farm For when the principal is due And no crops there why then tis you Will gently glideisitriiisht up the floe Out upon a farm t Frank Gaylord inlNew York Herald WO MORE ROUTES Post Z master WA YaWls un der orders from the Postoffice Department held aii examination df applicants forth position ofc Rural Route carriers onlast Saturday at which several appli cants took the examination hl1though no orders have been received concerning the starting f of the new routes and it iis notI known just when they will be started the iinstructions aboutc the examination IshoW that one route is to be out of Willisburg and the other out of Maclr ille f These applications have been in for some time and the routes have been inspected but owing to the fact that protests have been raised by certain citizens it was feared that there would be some delay about starting them The proposed routes like all of the others in this county will doubtless prove popular with the people when they are ohce CS tablished arid the people see and realize the ilva ucof a dully mail ia their community These new routes willt invade the North eastern pat of iliq county and will cover a territory which hasc heretofore suffered the disadvan tage of very poorj mail facilities political reporter XlA Tines in making some political forecasts concerningthe Republican party patronage in Kentucky announces a slate which he declares is to be put through by the Terkes influence t if Roosevelt js reelected to the Presidency The slate contains1 the name of Hon Jol n W Lewis of this place for Collector of Internal Revenue for ti eLpu isville district It is not roba ble that Mr Lewis or anyoneelse knows of the existence of such a slate but as far as it concerns COlteciorShiP valof a host of good Republicans who desire to see deserving party workers honored 54 d EVERE BLoWpThe sur 9 prising turn taken in the affairs of St Catherine as regards the rebuilding of that in stitution js a severe bjow to thOse friends and contribut6rs who had expected soon to see the proposed jiew edifice qrected on the site near Springfield re cently purchased for that put pose The contributors to the fund Wli cii was used in l rhas ing the Ouy fa11as a site after lit wasjinnounced hit the Bisters would build neitr town Have been notified that their money in bankto be returned to them diit of the long list of coiitribu tors there is probably who does not take Uttone money With regret at 10 the town an institution which would lhave been a cedit and a value to the plac The blow is all the more severe inasmuch as it was so unexpected jJ The ground had been purchasejd and paid for and the iOSSib i a change of plans had no fOf considered c TEcoRpPiticIIt i seems A that Washington county holds the record for high priced tobacco for the season on the tobacco breaks at Louisyille The price was realized M the Pickett warehouse the Continen tal paying twentyeight cents a pound for a hogshead sold by Isaac Armstrong of Washington Jit cI cc countyvlTi Armstrong sold in seven hogsheads averaging Itwentjfive cents a pound Sev eMi other tobacco growers of the county who were fortunate enough to have tobacco left over have realized Handsome prices since the recent advance in the market of 5DOlT TODAY1 The timeworn in j u nctt i16 n NeAer put off till tomorrow what you can do todayis now gerierally presented in this rjrm UDoit today Tha is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days porliaiJs wpeks Take some reliable remedy for it TOD yband Ictt remedyvbe Dr Bos chees German Syrupwhich has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve yoir cough- or com and its continued use a for afew days willS cure you com t pletely No matter how deep sealed your cough even if dreadS consumption has atta plied you lungs German Syrup willsurely affect acureas iit hits done be forein thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular tsize 75c AttaJ Haydons drugstore A A StStaflliD Bsst STo save a lifeDr TG Merrit jto of No Mqhooyony pande a Startling test resulting in a woud derful cure He writes iapaetient was attacked with violea hem orrages caused by ulceraticn 01vf the stomach Ihad of en found Electric Bitters excetenl for acfl ute stomach andIertroubhessb pxeacribed them The paUent l gained from thellrst arrfbaS not JElectricJ guranteeL for Dyspepsia Indi gestibn Constipation and Kid oey 50f3C1J Cnret iss Eoiker oi Ruenmatism dMy mother has been a sufferer for mamy years with rheumatisn says W H Howard of Husband Pa At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking waspain full I presented her with a bottle of- CllamberlalnsPain Balm and after a as few applications she decided It was the most wonderfql pain relieVer she had ever tried in fact she is never without it now ani is at all times able fo walk An occasional applica tion ofPainBalni keeps away the pain as that site was formerly troubled witttlFor sale by C J Haydon Tnldam Springs Op Mr Levi aTterly bought a 0bhorse from Mr J W Satterly 125 Mr J W Satterly alsq bought a mare roni Levi Satter u Iy for8Q Joe Tatham killed a bad eagle hefe last svk that measured 5 feebB inches from tip of vings Mr Isaac Armstrong soldl two hogsheads of trash tobacco on the Louisville market this week for 19J cts a pouhji Iguess the A A farmers that are going to raise tpbacco will1live in Hopes as long as it tay sup that way Mr Jqe Burkhead bought 9 lOClb slats from Silas Burkt head at 44 cents pgr pound Mrs Senh Rovafty spent the day with Mrs George Shirley GWSinging school at this place u evory Sunday all day Prof Jim Gordon teacher acd Sunday School ev ery Sunday evening at I3I oclock Mr Levi Satterly bought a surrey for Al pert vVilhth for 75 Mr beph Royalty bought a horse from Mr Jim Kyler for 75 Mr Bill Keeling sold a cow and calf to Mr John Royalty fora 28 Rumor reports an herwcd thing soon kisses Mallie Hahn and Aide Kelling visited Mr Ida Sneider JI Saturday night iCorn planting isall the talk in this setion of the country wIth thefarmrst Well I willl rOt write anymore and leave some room for some other news and wishing tho NEWS LEADER success JBaziesSBrother Barnes made us a pleasant call tile past week His engaged in preachinsr a series of seven sermons in each county the State He closed the 56th meeting in Bell county and was on his way to Washington City where he will spend two weeks with his children and thou rd turn to Westqrn Kentucky Speaking of Dotie he said that Mr Dowiewas able to tae care liiruself and that he Barnes was not preaching Dcweism but the gospel as it was revealed Mr Barnes is now in his 78th year and his vitality is emarka bre He is looking better flhysi iah1y than for anumber of years past Say what you will about MrBarnes no man in the past fifty years has impressed himself upon the people of Kentucky And who is the man that will say hat his influence has not for the betterment of man kind Winchester SunSentinel QUiCK Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice iin the h stlp1Lle from severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica quickly arrested further in flammation and cured Jrtm jtconquers aches and kills pin2- 5r at C tT Ttnvlnn uist Iron Mountain Rte operate Pullman TourismSleeper St Louis to California leaving 830 M dallV Via Little Bockv TexarkantcJ Dallas Ft Worth and El Paso The Ideal Route Gulifornia Fast schedule Jheap Colonist rates in effect during March and April 1901 tc California and the Northwest Pullman Tourist sleepers Missouri Pacific Leave Si Louis everyiThursday 9 a rn1 KansaV City Wednesdays Thursdays and Fri4ays 080 p mgoingvia Pueblo D R G System through the GJenwood Spings Salt Lake City to Ogden etc Homeseekers nnd Uolonist rates to various points in the West and Southwest every first and third Tuesdays each month For wap folders descriptive literature rates etc consult near est ticket ant or address R T G Mathews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky Beware ot Ointment for Catarrh That SGtai Mercury mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the vrholsl Astern when entering It through tile mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescription from reputable physicians the damage they do is ten fold to good you can possibly derive trout them Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney Co Toledo contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blocd and mucous surfaces of the sys tern In buying Halls Catarrh Cure sure you get the genuine It is taken Internally and made in Toledo Ohio by 1tJ Cheney Co Testi onials free Sold by UrUgciSts Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation t SA Mothers Slit In memory of lyittle Elizabeth Reed written by a little irierid 12 year old f gift was lent to a mother gift so loving and true God said Take Care of this And I wiJJllent it to you The Mother was overwhelmed with delight Atthls pretty shining hue Twas not a ruby pearl or diamond But a little Babe so true When the gift was thiree years old came again to say To the poor broken hearted Mother I must take my Gift todcy So he took JIb little babe away With a smile so lovingly lip away from toll and care Through the gate of Eternity AndY now that little Babes up yonder Ay little babe sosweet Thou artaway from all troubles of life Thou art romping on the Qoldpn treet When lie Sap Rises Weak lUngs should be careful Coughs nd colds are dangerous then One Mjnute Cough Cure cures coughs and olds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs 6 E Fenner of JMarion Ind says I suffered with a cough until irun down iu weight from 148 to 92 Ibs tried a number of remedies to no avail until used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderf remedy cared me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by all druggists ScA ORI4Bean thetha Bongtt Bfguturo r AN OLD CITIZEN Is Mr Harve fanson Well Knowi in East Washington Jehsonton Ky + Believivg that Mr Harvd JLawsons many friends who lvn at a distance would like to lear something of him I will write a few words in regard to him who is a well known character of this place His health was not very good this last winter ubkhkeptiiia close at home but is iiow enjoy 1ing his uualheaith andis as bright and cheejful as ever Mr Lawsoii comes of tbktol1Vir ginia stock t which was stamped with honesty and uprightness He was born on Long Run then called Louse Run November the g0tb 1822 and is the oldest person ieast Washington courity When a Ghildille had the sad nisfortune to lose his father lbf a storm which blew the house down by which he wasP1njurd Unce- Hryehas litfed hn the same spot for fi years and has seen the seventh generation of hi f fam9lie has been Democrat since old enough to ryote been Deputy clerk for 45 yeius having come in under Mr Slaeo Peter Has raised Irish potatoes in the same little bottom for 45 years and still raises good ones all his neighbors know wher his patch is Has been a consistent mem ber of the Baptist church for about 05 years Und taught the Bible class in the Beech Grove Sunday School until two years ago On his last birthday Mr Law- s n s neighbors and friends gave 4iim a dinner which called forth his docpesb gratitude and love but above all Papa as ve call hUn isnoedforhis cheerfulness ever ready to greet you with a smile or a funny story of which he bad quite a stock JTestled away among the tall stpep hills of Deep Creek where long cool shadows are drawn out by tho evening sun away from the noise and strifex the great busy world ho has time to read his bible think and pray He loves to talk of Gods grac which has sustained and comforted him so long and of a prospect for a home beyond May the Lord spare him many years yatbu when J IQok upon the aged frame that has sjood the blast of many Winters I feell tthat his hope will soonbe realized A HC ASur Thln It Jis saidthat nothing is sure excapt death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings NewDscovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Meter of Shepherdtown W Va sarsI hd a severe case Bronchitis and fora year tried every thingI herdof but gotno relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured meab solut ly Its iinfallible for Croup Whooping JoughGrin Pneumo niaand Consumption Trv it Its guaranteed by C J Hoydod Trial hollies free Rog sizjs 50c l0o Married in Louisville Mr Mitchell Thompson and Miss Ethel Dant were married in Louisville last Sundav Rev Father White performing the ceremony Mr Thompson is a native of Washington county Ayers This falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The falling will stop the hair will Hair Vigorgr- ow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with podr hair when yOu can make it rich 43fy hair nearly all cm I then tried atoPPll4dthenit little curlyl5S L H T- HBaratoj NY 5100i s bottle1cAnnco-I dru atalowell Mas Thick Hair a United States Ganger fHejliS at present stationed atI The bride is the attractive and opul r daughter of Mr J BD2nt ja well known IedlstlJJorMitch l Thompson lis a son of the Ijjte JTudge Aiidy Thompson IiIijj TIrniponhasi Springfield this spiini relativelinc PHEFS sucraS a Cv red Many Serious Cases ot Ca tairh WoodCampbeIIWlh- lRfundMoneyf It lilaS No other medicine y br treatment for catarrh hasveriacbi4vCd aqch quick i and ijcmaTkajble ayccesjs lu Springfield Qs mdtiiei The fact that Wood Campbell when they first Introduced IJyonjei sold it tinder a positive guart ntee to refand the money in each t caseilj did not cureconiibutediargely- to Its successful introduction A guarantee from a firmlike Wood CmpSbell j vepeople confidence at the start Those who obtainedla Hyomei lout fit foVnd that the treatment did all that was claimed for ib that the first few breaths of Hy imel cleared the air passagesjandffaye n exhilarating and inivIjTora ing effectj Itstoritlnued Ir used freed jthe System from all ca tarrhs germs spothedj and healed the mucot s mecibrane and made a corn teand las4iugpt tConlpart 1achneret foreinlthe treatment of catrrh the bilsamicii air of Hyomei i created a most avorab e impression And the medic ne its ilf did even more thanttwas claimed roi it In fact to make a succcs s it w s neceSsiry that ltyomCi i shoulcl cure yearly every cue of tarrh in it was used for every outfit jwa on a guarantee to refund heWhit in case it failed If it not possessed Unusual ineritJ er like this would haye resulted in an enormous loss lint curingas it didi Hyomei soon trainedi an enviable r putation and made many 1frielinear Itssu cess here Springfield has teen remarkable and Wood Campjcll are stillselling it on their personal guarantee to refund tJ1er mone ia case it does nOt gIve sat s tf1Made Yonn AaiIf One of Pr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in n y teens a aitits writes D H Turner of Dempsey thwn Fa Tnaire thebestin the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never i gripes Only 25c at G J Haydons I DrugStore Ililfsbbro The farmers haye been so busy i with their work and the wornth- isetttng I hqns and cleaning houses that news items ire very scarce about now Thefarmers are about through planting corn and there is notas large an acreage put out thisI time as were llast year Arrange meets are being made ford large crop of tobacco but it iis likely to be cut somewhat short Ion ac count of a scarcity ot plants A general complaint is being made about the pesky little rab bitsleating up the gardens thisii spring and so far they have been very destructive to garden stuff ol all kinds Perhaps the people will not kidrso hard abouttbeJ boys killing them this faJL Sdbe and Tom Coulter and- ColemanSettles went to Fenwick Saturday evening Avhere theyl were engaged in a game df base b Wrhe boys report a yery nteresting game The Fenwick team will play Willisburg team in tlie iiar future so gossip says The condition of Mrs Royalty who is quite sick with a compli catibn of diseases at toe home of her daughter Mrs Armstrong still remains precarious H B Powell of Maekville was in bur m dst recently shaking hands with the dear good peoplel Brack has a host of fl lends here who say he is a winner for deputy Saeriff There is also quite a talk in favor of Mulligan and his friends say he wilt have a walk over in the primaryJohn andj George Clark sold their tobacco at tn average of 12lc per Ib This 5s the best price that any of the growers in this vicinity have received fpr their tobacco 4 Capi Settlp and Prof J Jl Prather 7ere in your town Saturday on business D O Royalty Mrs Susie Cas tell ant Mr J 1 f Wall ylsited atIMr JohnvArmstrongs Sunday Miss Hattie Settle a popular young lady of the Bro iii1e Community visited Miss Maud Inman SiridaySP B Prather the well knqwq farmer of this vicinity has about completed his new frame real dence which he is building pn the site where the old brick house stood This was probably the oldest house in the communi ty having been built oyer 75 years Mr Prather studied pt the model himself and when it is completed it willlbeol1ebf the best and prettiest country houses in the county Your correspondent went put one evening last week to break up a crows nest that had been built in a small tree After shooting through the nest he decided to climb the tree and what harm had been done to the young ones When near the nest he was suddenly attacked by a number of crows that sent him down the tree faster than he went up and they were not ready to quit when he reached I the ground bit lucky for him a shepherd dog Belknap fcas with him and seeing the danger his mastei4 was in came to his re lief and whipped the crows away Had it not been for him youft would not have had any more letters from Lilac Ion if the craws had not got his life they would have certainly taken his eyesjj One thing for s ewe Will be more careful in the future how we break up crow nestli LILAC GOOJ SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the lliverrand all thEfine spirits ever made lm the Blue Grass f State could not remedy a bad or the hundred aI1done iiS it produces You ant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condition if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of vigorous and successful your pursuits You can put our liverin fine conditiQl by using Greens August Flowert n greatest of a11 medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It hak been a favorite housenold remedy for over thirtyCveyears August Flower will make your Jiyerjhealthy and activo and thus insure you a liberal supply ofs good spirits H Triall size 25c regular bottles 75c At C J Haydons drugstorec All Drnuists t do not hesitate to recomond Kbdol Dyspepsia Cure to their friends and t cnafomerr Indigestion causes more ill health than anythingelse ItMterangea the atamach and brings on all manner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cured gesti whatyou eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach eisordcrs Kodol is not only a perfect digefant but a tissue building tonic as well Renewed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use t Tke Waiitng m Geyaer J The great Waimangu geyser in the north island of New Zealand is sur ronnded by hills from 800 to 500 feet high all covered with volcanic debrisj j from the terrible Tararewa eruption in last when tho mountain of that name exploded causing destruction nndc havoc for mllesincluding the loss ori two native villages with their inhabit ants close upon 100 lives This vnl ley Is throughout in a constant tate ofC geyser action Everywhere the ground is covered with blowfioles and pools the hot sulphurous water with steam bubbling up nt numerous points Erup tions tnka place without Tiny special prelude The imprisoned forces of lajture wlthMcmmgly one gigantic concentrated effort shoot up an immense and terrible mass of water redhot lava anti stones to the height of from 400 toj 1500 foot spreading ilu all directions ov9ring frequently the hills around Tt o Stuck IlcalUta Do you not feel at times remarked tho fireside critic that realism can be carried too far on the stage Yes replied the tragic actor with n sigh The last man I wasworldnfr for did it He wanted to pay us all off In stagomoneyCinclnna Timer stlwS lot to Be Fele Dealer Five pounds for this bgMrtJ i lul painting Why man the fr vorth more than that Connplssew Yes but not with that picture in It Jxradop TitBits CASTOR t IA rc haii sa kiI1 1iI Iii YIlaY AJwIJ ue 8lgnlv 9f tt- A Irjj f THE OLD RELIAflLE i t OY4rv i l 1KI1 POWDER r fbolufer Pure WWIS NO SUBSTITUTES t t THE SHIPS B RBER HE IS AN IMPORTANT FUNCTIONARY ON AN OCEAN LlflER His Tips at Ojltkey Are Princely ad Irrr lie Doe a Tkrlvlmjr BtulaeM la f SoHvcnlr lHe lice Many Waya FeifTamtam am HoncBt Dollar OneQr the important functionaries in mod rqsca travel Is the ships bar It iber The old days of the sailing ship f where every man was his own hair dresscr where razors grew dull longi tbefore the end of the voyage andet t cept for ai faithful few biy benrdsI soon made all look like Esau of the Scriptures are 11t sharp cpntrast to l the conditions on the modern lliner iAmong the hundreds of first class pas scngers on the present day Atlantic r filers the amenities of the toilet hold J1 full sway and the man who should i come to dinner with a two or three days growth of stubble on his chin would be looked upon with distrust or at the worst poUtely asked vher his I ranch was or how many Cattle he had hence the shIps barberSS Ills duties are no sinecure but ha has the joy of knowing that there ikl j rIval shop over tbl atJUldj thoug charges are usually moderate they are somewhat in excess of what he may hope to receive the ordinary v 0 course of trade ashore His tips arejfrequent and oftenllmes quite prince i ly for the then he shades are the fa voted ones of the great centers of F business and social prominence b The ships barber does riot live by L shaving alone however He hnssJ4et tt lines which are profitable On many ships he carries a stock of supplies for the toller curios and a variety of small v wares which are tempting to the pits V y senger and which add to hIs lncomi librepver if he is ingenious he majfiby t the starter of fads which cost the pus JIsenger an easy dollar or two anti add to the1 rotundity lof his pocketboOk Sometimes he has photographs of the ship for sale and if he finds these are going slow he suggests to some InnoIcent passenger thai he sfiould get the captain and chief officers to sign them and thus secure an additional and valu able souvenir The passenger smiles and takesthe1 hint But lie values hIs souvenir too highly to keep it hidden if In his stateroom Xothe He Sh with glee to hls fellow passen owaltI then beginsuf procession tb the shop and thence to the shlpa officers v At the end of the voyage the photo graphs of the ship are all gone and so r is the4 patience of the captain Who has t things to do besides holding re ceptions with admiring passengers and signing Ills name by the hundred that 4 the ships bather may reap a harveilI of Yankee dollars What the captain 1 thinkS of the transactIon Is hot said aloud in fite saloon but the barter does not care How should he be blamed If the passengers so admire the cap tain and the ship as to wish souvenirs jof both On the transatlantic voyage the bnrt bets harvest time Is short He must make what hay he can 4n the sunshine of a five or six day trip bjit on other voyages he has ii much greater aappoe tunity For instance tho ships of tkT White Star line a branch of toe liitcr national fiTcrcanllle Marine nJrcum navigate the globe They soil trOh England to Australia thence toGhlaa y sad home by why of San Franci o This is a round the world trip whlehlsigrowing in favor with ocean traYelers t iwho have the leisure to take It jiudpu tisuth trips the ships barbers ijoqtebe i J conies dn Important headquarter ltor Ilthe passengers OtteR the barber 1 onaof these long voyage sfeameri T irkeeps a sort of gencra1 store Und Iif itocostumer and wlgmaker as welL i1 On the Australian voyages It is quite t customary ta hold several fancy dresax fe 1 balls during the passage and here the tP iifbarber sets in his fine work Hehalfj r a stock of costumes that would do a small theater and he lets these at I good prices to the people who kave ot the patience or the Ingenuity to get iij V such things for themselvei YoN r n jto the ships barter with thers4iita J Y shillings InYO1r purse and ce4ek J t a prince ot a lady ot the roCsIt t j n i clown or a tramp a oevllor iflifi tel as your fancy dictates Tiaiii sS i V I tbert A berth as a nhips barbfirl therefore an easy one to obtabi j Is signed bn as a steward at a Bom1 IIIffwage of a shilling aWoatk or 4H1 thing like that but that loes not w Jj t tcr An able nun eLm jBakfi tk pw r f tfaniltf I J r and applied for far Is advaiieeW r t York Times s t h n TkIx Tt PaJl 4tta You may be ttagkfal fo r yew r clleat cpMtltutlolpU iwf tallli 7 t1 4 tkroufkmanya pliir ak M i i VBut doctor it I bays jlrt a hlrffl Gul e SUtuUOl1 rtMIJIC Chkgo Tth II1irrK DMbOrDWM Ja June Mrs WabashYes three bL tbe ereYonkerz Statesman ii fJ so TIlE NEWSLEADER PUBLISHED ByBKY THURSDAY I SftA YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY I LE L1 DAVISQNJJre f r EPITUK INP FPSUSHBB Local r tncs notices 10 cents per aefc subsqentinserton and political matte 3 Culls on candidates cents perlinobb Job vork Is done t1ust be paid on delivery of goods I Afl7ertlslng contracts taade on liberali b ruin tObtuarei Mid resolutions of respect ents per line 1AUOUiCXENTS 1250canty Maturates Bounty Officers 500 District Offices 110 a= THtJRSDAY MAY 12 1904 i fr We are autfiorized to announce the name of q GEORGE D PARROTT- isacandidate for the office of SherthF Washington coanty subject action of the Democratic party 1905Election Noyember All of the latest war newt in IJ dicates that the Japanese have f tthe Russians on the run A lateI dispatChsaysthatltisreporwdI thlt the first Japanese army corps having followed the Rus sians retreating from the Yalu river overtook them twenty i miles south LiaoYang yester f day and a severe engagement ensued The Japanese dragged their guns up hills believed to be unsurmountable The Rus I sians thereupon continued to re tredtnorthV I Returns from county Demo cratic conventions in the Seventh a congressional district show that Trimble has 39 delegate vote Kimball 28 Cantrill 16 Thomas 1C and DeHavenS to the district convention which convenes jini j a rlexingtonitoday There are 104 delegate votes in the district and 53 are necessary to organize the convention and nominate a p capdidatei J tfhje body of EdwardLl l j I 11theyoung millionaire who mys teripusy disappeared from Big StoAe Gap last October was lound in the mountains near I where he waS last seen The b dy bore evidences to show that the young man had beenc murdered At one time theret was5Q000 reward offered for news of the missing mar f LETTER LIST Remaioing unclaimed in time Springfield p6stofllce for week endiqgMay1 12 Aiaib Burton Mrs Nannie Browne Miss Mary Joe Cooper Rev M M Carroll Mrs Leva na Edelen T E Elder Robertj Grant Ginvanni Guglielm Mrs Herman Reekel JC Saunders JyF Sleaub Dr Gem Smith IPersons callIng tor tnese letter willi please say advertised and giveflate of lit WAWatcrsPMt- e lSa FORMING PiOll NEEBED brudSIfs Wood lit CampbcJI Soy lIalt oiSprlnAileld Ought to Use Mlona iVcdo not thnksaid Druggist WooJ Caaapbell ton NIwsLgADmm reporter that we are making too slroag a etf emont whet we say that fully half of the people of Springfield ought to uscMiona the flesh forui n ing food hWe do not mean tly that they continued that 50 percent of the people are thin and scrawny but we t believe that every other person isi troubled with a weak stomach or does not get proper nourishment from daily food In all these cases Mfoua will da a wonderful amount of good Itisi not a liquid ljuta ponrentrated flesh forming tablet costing50c a box It do3snot contain alcohol is easily tbcen Just one small tablet bfoxe citing and you can enjoy a Hearty meal with the knowledge that health and eood flesh will return AiW have sold a great deal of Mio ta and it is theifrhly true and natural way to train freedom from stomach troubles We have so much faith ini it that with eyery package jive sell we give a guarantee to refund the i money If it does not give perfect sat isfaction The thin and sick who buy it Miona take no risk whatever lOt 4docsziot gve the desired health jwej wilLtcfundtbe money without ques tloff or argument V i V Sick hcaucch results front a disor deredal6machand is quickly cured by Cbamkerlains Stomach and Liver Tablets T0r sale by CVJ Haydon S PEPSINCU8 1 HH ii fiioZii OOOO ci1iaou wi j W mr jihl W sJJ Ii k News From The County t HappenIn Among the OUnty Peple it as Reported by our Correspondents n nnnn ftn Tftftnnn nnnn iIor Valley HIII t The warm weathEr haspaused the farlniers to get a bustle on find it wont be long until tIle- Ir corn will be seen peeping Ibrtb i to be nourished by sunshine find pure air which can always be found on the farm i8Messrs C L and GoddardI Grundyj were iin Harrodsburg onedf31ast week on business J Y JMaves and CR Grundy were injour midst Thursday Several ot pur citizens have been fishing but all reportt Fisher mans luck Hihey couU just go seining Instead ofr with the4ook and line they would cfttdii some shbut of course taey cannot on account of the fish 1 wNowif those who w uldbe fishing if they could would go to work on our turDpikes they would have more success ttdI am sure wculd be mbre beneficial to the world in general and their county in par ticu JF lle dand mother visited at the home of VV F Moran Sunday Mr and Mrs J L Moran vis ited relatives near your towp Sunday Mrs Sallie Grundy is quite ill at this writing so also is Miss Cochrarie the hurse of Mrs Palmer Grundy Some of our correspondents seem tp have forgotten tiie NEW LEADErivas they havent had o letter for several issues but we hope they will come again soon as we delight in reading spicy etters In loving remembrance of Frank Edgertpn my beloved friend who died on last Tuesday at 415pm from the effects of iJick from a mule He had been a resident of Washington county singe bis birth Jan 27 1885 and was well krown by many as an upright and honest young gentlemanQ He leaves aIi mother two Sisters and a brother besides a host of friends and re lativcs tb mourn his sad death He was a patient sufferer and gave no trouble that could be avoided He died peacefully lovingly1 and calmly bearingIJ forth testimony to the power of Gods sustaining and saving graceiRis remains were laid to rest in the Pleasant Grove cerue ery Wednesday at 4 p m The family has the heartfelt sympa thy ofttiie htire community SdvusVilte I Tbe fahnjers of this place are very busy with their crops Sev era have planted their corn while a few are still preparing their grountt4orplanting Rev Summers prea hed his first sermon as pastor of Rock Bridge church Sunday Rev Sommers is an able preacher and we wish him much success in his new field of labor Ths is the first time the church lias Linda new pastor for 50 years Rev Sale who has had the cars of the church for tbis period of time feeling that his strength would pot admit of bjs filling his tegular appointmentsjtslred the church to call another pastor which they ditl with much regrel atlosipg their kind and faithful old pastor RMrs1 J Reddick is spendins the week with her daughter att Mooresyille dMr John Harrdin and it siser Miss Flossie entertained their many young friends in a very charming manner Saturday night Mr Gate Clark spent Sunday at this place with his little niece Miss Viola V Vice There were1 several citizens in Saturday to attend thsiiit tried in Squire Gcrdons court between Messrs Joel Keeling and Dee Hardin which came up over a cow trade The Jury was com posed of menpast 00 years orlr age who 1gave their decision In favor of Mr KeeUngf MrsMijton Grider pfWillis burg visited her brothers Messrs H T andR B Scruggs one day last week Mr and Mrs Al Re dick of Evansvill0 ltd are visiting their parents here this week Mrs Laura SUton formerly cC cIo of this place but who has pf late resided near Eist Texas dieSI Sunday and was buried in Rock Bcidge cemetery on Mondayr afernoon Mr and Mrs HartwellEthring ton and little daughter Irene have returned hOJ eafter a pleasant visit with fiiends and relatiyes at Danville FpNWI I 1Miss Lena Rogers and Walter Adanjs spent Sunday with the family of Richard Lanhatn Mrs Catherine Bottom and son of California arc visiting at the home of Mrs G A Anderson Misses Jennie and Myrtle Logsdon spent Monday night with tbeMises Fenwick Miss Verna Rogers is visiting her sister Mrs JB Fenwick Mbs Lena Logsdon of your town was in our town Sunday Misses Myrtle Jennie and Annie Logsdon have returned home after a visit to Misses Rose and Annie Kelly Mrs T P Kelly dangerously ill at this writing JW the little son of Mr and Mrs John Barber is very sick with pneumonia SMips Jamie Settles leaves the last of the week for Louisville toI spend the s1t unerII Mn T T Sewall of Arkansas come in Friday for a short visit 1reasanf Hill r Mr George Dean of Hillsboro was visiting in ths cbmmunHy Saturday aid Supday There was quite a crowd at Tatljam Sunday to hear Rev Summers preach Little Oatney Derringer is very low with measles and pneumonia and also the rest of the family have it Several of tile farmers in this vicinity have planted their corn and haven ice tobacco plants Mr William Fosteri and wife of Rattle visited at Mr JaSper Durrs Sunday r JS M Royalty bought a nice cow and calt from W N Keeling price 28 v Our farnierswould gladly welcome l agocd shower as it would help bring their corn up and do gofjd many other ways IMr Abner Foster bought a buggy from Mr Albert William of Cardwell at 04 MrJ Isaac Armstrong of this pLea shipped seven ihogsheads of tobacco last week that broke the record pf the season iin price The highest he receivedi being 28 cents per pound and an apii age of 25 cents vMr Elijah Royalty an old and respected citizen of the Cardwell neighborhood die Frida v Dis case not exactly known Burial at Mt Freedom Saturday at 11 am Fllicralse ices conducted by Rev Bummers iliisburg Mr Edd Yalos and mother of BDOker spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr Crume and wife Quito a number of friends from this place attended the funeral of Dr H H Hord last Sunday vVe were very much grieved to hear of Dr Herds death having known him 9 long time and gone tp school with himYo extend our sincerest sympathy tp the stricken mother and brother and other relatives and friends f rMr L W Jenkins and daugh ter Ray are yory sick at ths writing IMiss Myrtle Sutherland enter tained her young friends fn most charming manner last Saturday night Every OI present spenta plQasanteverling Mr Ivan Crow and wife of Polin visited AnWell ard family Sunday Mrs Mary Jane Birch has been very ill the past week IMrs Wm Sitmns and little daughter are sick with measles Mrs Thomas Mcllvoy and son Billy of Hillstioro visited rela tives and friends tierje Sunday Mis Mary a1dvQhIand Dr W L Wells visited friends al SICILIANHALLSA andglossyandlways h MY c Harrodsburg and McAfee The Decoration services win be held at this place on Saturday afternoon May 23 3Mrhave gone to Camden t6 see their mcther Mrs J G Gibb5 who is very ill Mr John Noel attended churchl at Mack vilie Sunday Messrs Phillip Adams and Dan Moore of Harrodsburg and Misses Adde Suodgrass andI Fanny Matthews of Cornishyille paid our town a call Sunday rnlliaiii Sprrnjs Mr Isaac Johnson i the mer chant ithis place has beer cjuiteilltlie past week but is some belter now Mr Joseph Burkhead bought 15 sheep and 15 lamb3 at from Elmnar Burkhead at 5 pin head for the sheep Mr Clay Foster and Miss Ber tha Keeling were married at the home of the bride May 8tht Roy SurrniErs officiating Mr Foster is the postmaster at Willisburcr and the bride iiS a popular lady of this place May they spenda long and happy life together is our prayer Mr Silas JJurkhead bought new buggy from Mr Albert Willham for 80 Rev E Summers fillel his regular appointment t here Sun day morning and at Rockbridge Sunday evening Mr George Dean of llillsboro was at church here Sunday They have been doing a nice lot of repairing at the hotel painting and building new foot bridges I i DEATHS Mrs Elizabeth Powell aged 70 years and a respected old lady died at Mackville onIast Thurs day night She was the stepmother of Mr Ben Powell the popular mail carrier of Mackville and has a laige number of frends and relatiyes in the county MrW H Harmon and did and respected citizen of the Jet sonton uoighborhood died on Tuesday after a long illness He was about 75 years of age and had a host offrietids He was the father of Mr Jim Harmcn the blacksmith at this pace Arviri GJregoryNoe tim littje sixmoilthsold baby of Mr and MiSs A G Noq died at their home in the Pleasant GroVe neighborhood ion last Friday morning after a short illness ot membraneous croup The fune ral took place at Pleasant Grove church on Saturday ReT D Latimer of the Springfield Pres byte iml church preaching the sernion The many friends of the bereaved father and mother extend lhtartfelt sympathy Mr DpminickBooie who Fas perhaps the oldest mm in the county died Tuesday at the home ofhis sOn Dariier IFooneon thc Lebanon ioad about two milesl from town Mr Boone vas born in 1812 and was a remarkably active man fdi ono of his years He was in SpiMnijtield about a week before he died and his death was caused by pneumonia from a cold ho cant raplcd last week after walking to Lebanon He was of a restless disposition and Jasliwenktluck out from the home of his spn and walked t Lebanon a distance of seven miles Etc became over heatedi Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To rind out Pill i bottle or common glass with yoiif aterandet It stand twentyfdur hours a or set an the condi kid I3eiiment it stains It isr of kld1 desire D Is pain toojj convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of orderSWhat to Do There Is comfort fri the knowledge so SWlmpRoowish in curing rheumatism pain nthe back kidneys liver bladder and every part pf the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItt winsor beer Son overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often Umesduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful jcures of the most distressing cases tpobestYou may have a sample bottle of this wonderful t discovery Ky7VL Iand a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer k Horn of SwapHoot wrltlngmontlon j J SCOTTS I EMULSION fScotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children 7To the men Scotts Emul Vsibn gives the flesh and strergthso necessary for the cure consumption and the repairing of body losses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Eniul 1sion does this and more IIttis a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion givc3 foOdand strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls forthin and sickly bos Scotts Emulsion is a great help Sond for free amploSSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O941S Roar Street New York 5CandQlOO1IdruZZistSf- rom the walk and caught a severe cold He was taken back home by hisspnbut diaU Tue day Ifrompneumonia He has thrive isons living as follows Daniel of this county and Kit and Jeffer gonof Da mess county Mr C Nattian Cooper a lifelong citizen of the county was found dead in his bed on htstj Saturday morning at his home on West Main street Mr Copper had been suffering with heart disease for some time but had been able to get about and was on the streets on Friday and as late as Friday evening was at the pqstofflce for his mail He evidently died peacefully and without a struggle for his wife was not awakened and was horS rifiecl upon arising next morning arid discovering that her hus band laycold in death Mr Cooper was 73 years old and had ijved in Washington county all of his life He waSf a farmer and lived on a farm on Little Beech mid the Mackiviile turnpike lip until a few ears ago wli n TieVmd his wife moved into Springfield and have since resided in the little home on main street He was President of the Springfield Branch of the Cath olic Knights of America Besides tjheN wife Mr Cooper is survived by three sons Div J B R Cooper of Orell Ky Nathan Cooper Jr of Eouisville and Joe CooperWhio- is in the West The funeral took place at the Cathplic chbrcli on Monday morning v ignre For Piles q had a bad case of piles says G F Garter of Atlanta Gra and con 5ulted a physician who advised mc to try a box of DelWitts Witch Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was entirely cured It is spltndtd for piles giving relief instantly and I heartily recommend it to all isufTcrcrs De AVitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequdll od for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind Te quickly cured by it Sold Lyalli drrigists Killed Ilimseiff A dispatch from Stanford says John C Sileij a welltodo far mel committed suicide at his home a mile from town at noon todny He shot himself through te heart and two empty Bottles jin his room showed that he had also tal eii poison A wife who was a Miss McCivtiey of Gayrard and two little jhildren survive Mr Siler fought with Dr JC E Poyntz at Paint Licj two rais t ago and fatally wounded hisopI ponent He was also dangerously shot No cause is assigned for his Suicide Miv Siler was wellknown hero he haviiig lived at this place for about a year und left about four months ago for Liftcoln county He was a brotherinlaSv of Mr J F PtttisOfthisllttCe Mr Pettus received 4i telegram nnij nouneing tIle startling news and j left for Stanford Sunday enmg Ntce Homes for Sate If you contemplate moving toj town togo into business or to educate your children canon us We have some nice town and sub rbanproperlyI01salooaDd can suit you Prices reasonable l SBARCV NEIKIKIC s Phone 121 ViIlOOI1ll 1IlllIi s UIn the spring of 1901 my children had whooping coagii isays Mrs D W Oapps of Capps Al IeChamberlains Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory esii Its I thpik this Is the best remedy I have ever1 t seen for whooping cO1gh1t This remedy keeps the cou g1110081 lessens tho severity and frequency of the couphing spells and counteracts any tendency toward pncuiroula For IIt sale by C J Haydon One Minute Cough Curd For CoughCoIds and Group 00 Sole Agents for 1Old Hickory anc Studebaker J agons 00 aptit M ES tiftI 1 j i jJ ttLBuggies FRMSUPPL1Ea andFFieideedse t We handle ofall grades to suit f the purchaser Hillside Plow l n v y Call and of Harness Collars ffi Work Gear Buggy Blankets I j7J S EDOATS t Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS Y rFOLLOW THt FLAG TO SAUFORN1A IAND NORTHWEST The Wabash Railroad and its connections offer very low rates to Colonist and Home Seek- ersa from March ito April 30 Also very lowfound trip rate to San FranciscoAND Los AngelesO- n Account of Generall Conference Methodist Episcopall Ch lchITickets on sale jVpril 22to May 30 For further particulars call on ad dres3F W GREENE Die Pass Agt WabashH R room 303 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky 00 SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AMD WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEMNGWiTH MODERN IDEAS ND EXECUTION f0 POINTS W MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA rotS descriptive m tt rttr6agk t cbedalpi and jotlior beeded par ticuiarsraddreu H McGtlJRE DISTRICT 38 STTC- INCINNATL OHIO I TO BE GIVEN AWAY nit Bndf Embrettor uanpel mi frulled bee ofchiice Jt of CryiiDthAnum Iii en 6din J t suit nlbrl Ud I Desljul shlitMist onuatatitloa- KTIflD omit BELOW t5h NEW IDEAVd saantMagazlne kwlthoit 5t artIiiep bJUbrf It in autientx illaattie lztt aai 1tI siyin to foout anyhcte the sulne lt IrjrouwhntodmsireU at roolcrite iqns ht li a r eootilni tIntIaco1ot o stIJacujteytIntone lathtr Hfeen4 rAmc today oacrouaadmaIlwr U asfls ikb pp vkra yss ISI Brwuhrijr KtwTet 1i Low cstt Latts EerJjMe too tie Saalli ymtyiilliet RflcilslauiFrisco Mem i Are you 45lcresed If so get ready and take ud Vantage of te1 lowest tate ever made to Arkan as Texas aid Indian and Otda hcma Territories f Tickets on ate from Memphis St Loui and Chicago Ftibruarj11 18thI March Island 13th and April 5th and 19th Call on your near mit ticket agent or address k IMcGUIREJriSll q J s el1 r Agent- Cincinnati1 Ohio- WAITTEDMen or women as representatives for a high class magazine Large commissiOns Cash prizes WI its N Tram or 80East Washinglon Square New YorlrN Y Headquarters fQr alt S SPMNGFILD KY Phone No 20i CE1 A Srn I We sell alln An y Qiu from a Busheltto v a Carloadl rt m Tornado Disc Harrows Oliver Chilled Plows t I Iiii s the bowels and stomach stops 1 crying cures summer complaiut g3 Mayor Yewell lit Ovrensboro KT 4 tayi Oar baby was vnpias aVt f3 while teetliinp bects g 3 beyond control Three phruchns == gave him Owens Pint Mixture t= aved hit i nnn U emv t1 r It cared our baby v wUId JJ 2k1JSUC tlIu luu mtptbre Pr1z WLjr l izse73skIfs1tszikhotary INCUsample and book free address THE FLOVP MEDICINE Co DETROIT MJCII M FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS v iA bbr J t5 c For sale byC J Haydon Pharmacist 5RQreOPtJor1th iiesu jro Zepii 9fltyeii 8 iimn e a1cig tnb tines cl the Alel Dh i tfjiand ftOUNTMN ROUTE 1 Greet Southwest Systemi Direct linps to l fiir5SJSur25 Kansas Arkansas Indian t f Temtoj Louisiana and Texas X Through Pullman Slosplng and Froo Rcclinins Chair Cars dzeseelicrs Recursions first and third Tuesdays ofeachaoztk i Descripliva lltiratura maps folders etc on applicationSp i I L c TOWNSEND R T G MATTHEWS crsiil pas3en2ratTleetAgai Traveling Passenger 4 5Bt GT LOUIS LOUISVILLt nV f EI BBBBBBBSRtt HJ Seven Norman W 8 Spla for1S3360 iN SEASOrTOF I9O4 63 j tcJ Full brothert to Norvarcijue 4yedr old 2lSTrial I 08 t1 Seven f Norvio Ws colts have Sold recmt1y fo- 3350and mthree others one SUCkling and two Year m lings sold for 460 Son of Norval214it and pnward J t130TOINSORE tri M LL O RT V t jFl 4 CtutJof the dam of Nprvin W and Noniandfne SO Son of Allerton 09iaod Onwanl a25 J Allerjohrgreat HH sire of trotters in the world 25 TO INSOKE e ff 1 tf4G77VBI7N SonrVl i betta Wilkes the worlds leading 210 sire and 280 Sire f 1902 and 1003 11il5 TO INSURE t31 CHESTER pMRExfRQSonol ChesJer Dare Old Crouivveir 78an UQ r1h Lexington handsomest and beit bred f d dIe Sta11ionn- the word 15 TO INSURE L1XINTOrijtiixi sltl9n and a firt classbreeer Had acoltthat801d for l000and was shipped to England T l WRE iioy7LBoy f Sou of Norvin W and Abdullah Majnbrao This Colt will have style finish and speifI sold two colts out of his dam foe 2500 J A LARGE BLACK JACK 10 tpq INSURED f I have the aboye six good Stall ions there are ncas populartrottiugbred grand individuals and prvAihg themselves grptt Ifbet I business the past season and 1 hope they will dobtterIi tr n iJ ij dtheywUt f desclipJJHons ILonI = TT DR J M BURTON j RKIDENT DENTIT- Is4 TEETH EXTRACTED r YITHOUT PAIN p Ot4oHagan BIockup stalrH f SPRINGlELp KY Alf Dental Work Strictly Firstclasst DR J H LAMPTON OFFICE tn Opera House P D111S1 J SMOCK PltINGFrELDJY r OFFICEDr Rineharts for meromces over Peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 1200 2 pm WFJGRIGSBY- ATTORNEYATi LAW Office over Pe1os Bank J SPRINGFIELD KY M Wi HYATT M D SPRINGFIELD ICY OftIce in Peoples Bank BuildiVg r I Residence 93 TcepionesOffice93 JOHN Y1MAYES It FUNERAl DIRECTORI I AHOtIMBAlMER rELEPHONE DAYJJNIGHT hd1PRIRGFIELBKY 4Have You Haulinq l TD DC11 soc Jl P J L ALLEN attheDepot JFRElcHT AND TRUNKS Hauled Furniture Moved1 land anything in the hauling llne done Icaretully and at i jLreasoiiable rat- es7PHONE 22t Its ProOt of hjgh cul ture to say- ithe greatesf i matters in thsimpIestway ITS FEHRS MALT l TONIC Grass Nurseries lJ04 reit SPJJvG by the million Frul FFB1uprnamental t3bubs Grare Aparagus 1hubarb Small and everything for Or i Lvn and Garden No Strawberry and Gener HILLENMEYER logue I LexingtonK3 on application SONS lis Astonishing You wonstfbeJieve what a great differenceI TelUy good flour makes tintil you tryou I1entuc1cy Star Brand No excuse for worrying along withanything less tban the best I ortbebestisno more expensive thatt e other kinds and it does mOle and letter work Now s the best tune to try it 1 cISWater rWlttRlner MIlES iz B Sutherland Propr HH i TOWN W Wmimnw fiiOO Local Happen1ns oT Interest The Freshest and Latest IIAIIA nd utioursclrJ AcquaIntances Friends 1 IWM oo Go to Leaclirnari for your rugs Fc a pretty rug go to Leach man the furniture man SNew spring h es this week at low prices at P J Thomas For tom tTcabbage sweett potato plants and flowers call on- E A Cox Pure evaporated pIckthig vIne gar at 20 cents per gallon at- OINans grocey Rexie Ward is best 225 ShOE made as a J ad rIoffer it t 1go P J Thomas Orders for groceries fruit vegetables etc promptly de livered Hagan Bros WE are paying highest market rice for woOl Call and get a sack Robertson arose jiome grown vegetables received every morning HaganBros WOOL WANTED We WIn pay the highest cash price for wool CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN Screen doors and windows made tofi any ope ing Hagan Bros Lea hnn the furniture man IsjiSt received the 19r est and prettiest assortment of rugs eve putQI this market Dixie Girl shoes are warraitte- dfordurbi1ity comfort and style worth lf5 my price 150 P J Thomas FOR SALE A S200 surrey onlyuseah few limesc WIL sell ata bargain THEOCAMPBELL If you want to enjoy a good laugb scura a ticket and go to the per HGuse or next Monday night and hear Ralph Bingham Hes great The condition of Louis Burton who wasshot and wounded in the head by Albert Qurtsinger has taken a turn for the worse and some doubt is now entertain ed as to his recovery Gartsinger- s in jail buthis trial cannot take place until there is some change tbewounded mans condition W H Morgan ffrmerly of this pace alulwho represented Washington couilty in the Ken ucky legisIattir in 18967 has been elected Qhairman of the Republic CuntyComrnittee of Mercer county Mr Morgan is in business in Harrodsburg with his brother under the firm name of Morgan Bros MrF RNal was in Louis yUle last week looking after th sale at the Peoples Tobacco WarehoUse of srme tobacco be onging to lis customers The sales were godd and were as fol lows 10hogsheac1s foi E H Walker of Garrard county an av rage of2l80 per huptheZI fort Swope Russ of Lincol- icount1 hogslieads at 1760 f Rev CWeeden pastor of- JOPIJsons Ohapl left Tuesday bis1churchSt Louis Mr Weedenis an ardent suppbrter of Bishop Olin ton and a particular friend and will make a claim before the Episcopa y for his return to this Diocese Ml Weeden will also be an importan figure at this great religious meeting Ralph Bingham the King of Entertainers is announced to appear ot the Opera House here 1IOn next Monday eyenmg May 16th Bingham appearel in agQilandis one of the best comedians and monologuists on the stage and makes an evening of fun for anyone Seats nosy on sale at Wool Campbells drugstore at 25 35 and 50 cents Ohuldren under I2 years 15 cents The old warehous property near the L N depot belong irig toMr J A Mudd of Chicago has been sold to M 4 Searcy qf thj place for 15QO It is understood that Mr Searc3 will build on theofproperty lorge warehous to be leased to the Qontinntal Tobacco Co The property is wen located for the busines and the new ware house is to be commodious andI welt quiPJ for the tobacco business uTOPIC8 EE- cYMc r MM took at our line of queens fl war dinner tea aril toilet sets beforE buying Hoga Llrps Mesrs Hodapp Mill r who are to operate th nevhar1ess factory at lus place are here and are busy fitting out theIr establishment The machinery is being installed and new ina- trja1 isariying The factory it is thought will be well under way bYthe first of the week Messrs Hodapp Miller are thoroughly proctical men in the business ofharness making and feel confident that they have chosen a good location by corn ingto Springfield Dr M iV H3att and DrJ B l RoBards have formed a partnership Iorthe practice of medicinee arid have jt dup offic s tongether iin the rooms which haven been used by pr RoBards for ofUe ti etA floor has been cut h ending in n rOOm in the Sybuilding and the o1ce arebtli d omrnodious and convenient Dr RoBards intends to go to b New Yrk shortly to takea special course and Dr Hyatt will oI repiain inhargeof the plawticen 1r1Hnndley West one qfthe- oldest citizens of the ddledliGeorgerrhursday The old gentleman a whp had become quite feeble of Jate suffered a fall whia going about the pIemises whichh hastened his death He was 80ii years of age and lad liveU in this county nearly alt of his lifetlh Up untill about a year ago beii wa quite active considering his extreme age arid lived by himII self doing his own cooking and other work His remains were taken to garrodsburgon Fridaya for burial h ProL Coleman L Adams of Cleveland Ohio a Director of Phyi al Education has been here several Jays and is organ 0 izing a class which hewill begin to teach about June 1st He has already secured quite a number ofwellknown citizens who will take the course Prof AdainJh methods are the very iatestana his endorsements the highst- kfrom the leading people of oui State and elsewhere We do not t believe our people cart make a ftmistakebj as it means better health when P the proper kind of a systematic course in physiological exercise iitacen and he seems to teach jtistSUdl a course Mr Joe Pettus rcturn1d yesterday frOIil Lincohi county avd gyes further particulars of k the unfortunat suicide of his g brotherin law John C Suer an b account of which appears in this issue Mi Pettus says tImtMl Suet and his famfly had gone to J the home of a neighbpr to spend of the day and that while there he made some excuse to leturn home He then drank a quantity orlaudnu and also soine car boUc acid and lay on the flQOl but evidently grew impatient about the pqhon and shot him b self tlrough the heart with his pistol His lifeless body was- fidiscovered shQttly a1terwards- Mi Suer was lIniown to have brooded over Jic killing of Dr Pontz altlo gil hew s justifi t11e in thlt act and vas acquitted ot an examining trial While inw Sprlngfild ivir Silr made many friends by llis quiet and g1itlcfi manly riunner Plowed Them Up L Molaul Derrtheclecr Keeper of theCounty POQr House S while plowin1n a field on thew farm one day this week turned a nrious looking object illuP h at once attracted his atTUpon investigation the object was found to bea corn plete set of false t e 4for th fJ uppel jaw Alter sdme inquiry t among tl older inmates of the institutioh it waJ lenrn l that twelve years ago illiam Lear who was then Keeper atthe poor Farm bhd lot aset Of- g teeth andhadneverbeen ableto find them And so it turned out that the lost was ounc and they tetb belQ11gcd to bMr Lear who rii living in the Mackville neigh IborhQo Moland says that the se1 was in a perfect state of preservtition and apparently IIL i none the worse for being lost OAXonEAI Iu ThaIKintYou fllIgnatutu a ZI utILA Use Your Eyes Do Not Abus Them aJ Strength comes by use t trains but thllCDoes not SFalU If there is ahintor sign jj strain if tbere ale spots be fore the Eyes attirnesk If there is aheadaehe or pains about tIe EyeSif the Ie iB a dimness or the letters seem doubled or rnixed Tken tou are InlurlnA Your EYC6 Every Day These defects my seem small yet it left to themselycs thev thingtI t that wIll stop them is es Proper Glasses Thats our rllldG F RUSSELL b = I Id lOr Uords Death No greatershadowever J passed over Springfield than that which was casthv the deatb of Dr Huber Haley lord at ten oclock last Friday morning Dr fiords death vas made n- specially severe blow to his any friends on accountor it eing so shockingly udden Only a few had heard that head been sick at all ndno one thoughtof th possibility of his eath at the limeltlie terrible news cameAbout two weeks efore lie died Dr Hord was taken doWn with a mild attack yphoid HIS case progressed and t1 trained nursewho bad beep in attendance WAS dis- mIssed on Vedne day Qn Fri ay mornhig his mother had qIO1menti uddied from heart Ilure Dr Hord was born ia Mt Vernon Ky Aug2d 18iB but moved with his parents to Wash inglontcOunty when he was en years old Since then- e has 1ivedi cntinuously- in and ayouni lSpri1Igfield excepting the time spent af col Ieg Ho flushed his course in dentistry at Vanderbilt Univeri- ty1 Nashville Tenn iu 1898 nd since then has practiced ere I is not possible to express how much Dr Hord will tE missed profession h1yandin the community His Iat was a home for all theboys- of the town he was n leading spirit in all tIm social afTolr and the good times planned without 15 help were few He was good b caue lie did good to others and was loved by all who- new him This was shown oS the triltutesof respect paid his menlory Sunday morning TriO ineral Services were held at the resbytrian church by Rev Overstreet asSisted by Rev Felix and Rev Latimer The remains were then given in crate I Marion Commandery No 24 Knights Templar of Lebanon Tho funeral procession to Pleas f ant Grove was the longest ever novn iin tIre ecunty At ito- rave the Knights Templar urial service was prform d inn very 4mprcssive manner Dt- Hord was popular with the Jra- ternity tnd nearly Overy member tbol Marion Commanders which included members from IJardstdn and LebanOn os wells Sprnguied attended to do the lnst honors toa beloved broW oDlelJloraly frieids covrcd the grave for yards around and were a eautlj- Iul trib Ie to the memory of ne character F1ERSUNAL Littl Stitb Noe is quite ill lever Mr William Wharton is cOn- ned toliis home quite sick 1frsj JJte Vil1hlms was inn ouisville the first of the W 1fessts IL M Moss andIvl ekill carcy were in Lexington eelc Mr Samrr Spalding of Lob anon wtlts in toWn on business uesday 11 Miss Willie Moyes was visitinJ first91her B J ndBY Mattingly o e1doysMiss Annie D Grundy hone as to Louisville for av sittq relatives LouistuleHaganthiswe Misses Nelli ndrews and ydia Houston of Maud werE tQwu uesdayJIMrs Shehan and dauglileir Miss Nannie wore in town ir business Tuesday Misses Minnie and Bettie Mat d J wJAMES GRAVE PRACTICAL Watcbmaker ad Jeweler Carries line ot Valohts Ofbcks ana Jewlry RepaIri gaSp ciilly Located otT W Simnis Jrjold law Office opposite Cqurt House Springfield Ky tit4ly of Hillsborp were in town hopping Eiiday Miss Sue Irvineof Lebanon iiE visiting htr ister MIss Bettie Irvine this week Mr Taylor Harmon of Marion county was in town on business th first of the week Miss Rose Mackin of near Lebanon is Vi3itiug Miss Mari goretHagan this month Rue EL Foster leaves this fortheNiss Mary Rice oJ Pittsourg 9herMessrs T H Thurman and V C McChord have been attending courat Lebtnon this week Misses Elizabeth W then and Flpdgl imn are nome from school at Naznreth Lhisweek SMr RichardLSvathen ot Bards town Junction attended the funeral of MrNathan Cooper Mrs Alice Thornpsc i returned to Louisville Sunday after an extended visit to relatives here Mr Chits Roberts has a cepted a position as student at l3ardstown Junction to lEarn train signals MeSST Tom Jo way and Jim RlplevOhontalTobaccoMk S C Hendren returned 11Liesay from an across the country trip to Louisville ands pintfn Indiana MISS Rqgina Clements who hs been very ill with measlcsis able to be back in her position with Mrs Kate Williams Misses DoraBrown and Effie Robinson upMondayuu1mer with relatives here Mises Pearl Conner iina Myrtle Croalre of Frederipkt wn visited atthe home fMr Byron Croake the first of the week Mrand Mrs Al ReddlcKs and tvo children of Evansville Ind arc visiting the family of Robert rattingJt in the county JohnC Shad who is travol ling salesman for the Nitional Candy Co wi1hhe dquarters at Iemphis is at home visiting his family MiSIdne Green f turned frtnn a visit tO his daughteri in Ttxas Mr Greens health is somewhat improved Mrs Silic Grutdy is very low at her home In the county and her condition is such that small hopes are entertaine4 for her reoverv Mr John Hord who is in the employ of the Armour Packing Co at Cairo Ill was coned home by the deathof his brother pro Hard last Wek Mr W F Neikirk of this place attended the State convene thor ci the Knights of the Maccaw bees at Ashland last week Mr eikirk was elected to aStata office in the order j Messrs V F Booker Ed M Russell and Rob rtNoe came in Saturday from a fishing trip to Tathani DrLamptonwho went out with the artY re- inaintd to spend a few more days itthe Spring Dr cz Aud and hs son Dr Charles A And of geceU n were in town the firstpIthewe k t andtfield for the praclif ofhi profession MrtoeD Way e of DentJn Texas is here visiting hi3 brother Cot RE Whayne Mr Whayne left this cqunty 25 years ago He Jived here several years and mtrried a sister of Col James R Olaybr09ke fr Wilson Green is very ill t hishome lQ the county Mf Green had ajiotier stroke of paralysIs llast week ana sustained a fall and his deathws expected at any tIme fora while but he has rallied somewhat and his strong costitution may serys to pull him through tiis tt cK The fulIow ngnights TQm plat tttended a banquet and meeting ot Mario Jommande at Lebanon Monday night T S Mayes John Spalding John S McElry lviL L arcy conra ifertlein Capt Wiiht E S May s Sr H M Grunly W D C1l ytrooke and Luther Burns of this place were giSren the degree makilJg them Knights Templar r Ladirsand elilurini- whOcan not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrttps and cathartic Vms arc especiaJy found of Little Ear1y Risers All persons who find it necessary to take a 1ivermediCine should try these easy piJi and compare the agreeably pleasant and streugthening effect with the np18C- atingatid weakedink conditIons fqlIov- ing the use of otlierrethedies Little EarlV Risers cure biliousness nsti ptrou stckhea ache jaundice maT lada and liver troubles Sold by aU druggists COLEMAN t AADAMS OFCLEYELAND O In Springfieldfor three weeks Physical culture is essntl111lto the well being of man Iofter you ftlength graceful carriage Of the body and a method which will enable you to keep well My method is simple and specially suited for business and degreesIResultofM MethodJ t CEVELcPMENT tZt HEALTHAre you nervous Try my method Too neshy Reduce by using It Top thin Work to your normal state How about sleeping TrY this health Rroducer Itis notll es law Keep every btgan of the body iip to natures standard Be ia man bid sickneSs depait and enjoy life Get relief from indigestion and constipition you an cio it- PhysicalJ eultnre lsweepnthe country and it shouh sweep SpringfieldtIf you are well keep well by using this system Ifill cure yourself and remain cured KNOTEenera1 Dev lopment and good health Good hpaIth is worth everything Glasses aTe now being organized for men boysazid ladies For particulars see or telephone meatmy Studio ttbe Walton Hotel Springfield Ky Golent n L lIddins PHYSICAL DIRE TQR The 1Jeligltts oj a Summer JesortWh- enyou go to a summer sort one or the chief delights are thewid cool cozy verandas where you can sit izftheshade and 1a1j byhutthg the with VudorSbacs 1hefJetintheand keep out th heat They sunffadd another room to your pleasantest room of all during the euon You aD serve luncheon on a porch fitted w- ithVbrdy heatedII Porch Shadeswith perfect PrlvatT whieviewi the pass eraby Vouean also haTe Vudor Window wheretheykeepouttheey IIareand rOms Vudor Porch SLtet cost from f2Mnp liaron1zeJesedtoyie 1 shade department We also invHeyour ourStockoflace Curtains Shades CsThe Iargesjnd Rugs best selected stock of Wall Paper shown Intthis section Please VISIt us before buying Cunningham Duncan L ljlliiitjiwti14Av iiijjiijiw 14711 Glycerine Soap IDe cake fworth 25ci ff C snioIBltt rmi lSbap5 Cake worth lOcIIj 1 prrSSO p 12c worth20c 1Theseare standard goods and the best toilet soaps on th market This price for next Saturday ONE DAY ONLY We have many ither tempting br- gains You do yourself an injustice not 3 to see our stocks Jefore aklng your fpurchases f j We wish tocall ur attention neo 1Drei 1 dies JotSFisses Frenli Lawns Paris Muslins anq many other beautiful thin press Fabrics too nUjnerp sto mention We show nothing but the corect thicgsSi Always glad to see ou whetheryou twan to buy Qrnot- tI ROBERtSON BROS If m mm f f i JOAMi 5yMoElROV r t fiNlRALINSUR ANCf AGEJ life Ffreandornad91 OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK t During my absence from otflieW fGrigsbyoiitorge Neikirk WIU attend to any business for me t t i sEEE E EHII1 The Big Moey Maker foi Hog Risers s 27IA11 fIl a cases can depended upon 1DR HAAS PAYSFOR ALL HOGS THAT IE N mYm valuable book for every liograiseri t anda FREE copy of which maybe had at our store for the asking fija 25 lb can 1250 half cans 650 2SO 125 and 50 per package ii 20th Century POultryFood The greatest egg produce on the market rceeis fowls Oi healthy prevents choleya roup and aU other pou1try diseases iJ 25 I b i3 50J 25c per pJackaic lf010 o 57 ItllLlye Stock Rmeciy For Morss Cattle sheep Etc q n6t UfoodanA itsunI sunI4 sheep aswell as many of the more serious COtiFJIalntSASPiIendid 1 conditioner disease and growth promoter and a shrepreycnt1ve froth l 8100 1O AND 25CPERPACKAGII 1 FOR ALE Iy McCLUREWELLS CALrJ FOR IjIRdULARS SPRINGFITD KYtElHIlDD jInljVJijj iijlUW WiwiIi WiW WiwitI IJhe Best is the CheapestrIi AndThere is None BetterThan 1II 7 33T11R PAGE WOlEN lIRE FJlCKt t f Fenpe for evelY urpo frH J It will turn anything and can be run over any 3kidof ground All Sizes 134 Aiortments- Buni8 I SICOwtf We1 AilMIfAAII L tit 1 THE WAYOFA GLOYJ lFROM THEAWKIN TO THE cAIN FINISHED qU T 1 1TVi tjMcc XIIi TIe a Work and jiiMT PrHeS Before tke CMtter hweJkl Their Work TL J ytJMM FtaMtlH Ttmcke J Ji itIve1y few buyers of gloveS ore Tilajiifllar with the many separate proc MM nWcfc a glove must undergo be fare it handed over the coupter an- thlfl artkk alms to describe clearl awl gliaply b wrw material Is gatl nd alld fashioned Into the finished article All classes pfijklnsaua treate dllfercntlyf but for purposes of Illustn- iie let us take the tinochatr or un reed kIdMoclm Is ircouiinei cia mmc and the first known of UK clt ikin was when a cargo of coffe- WM skipped from Arabia In the cai p were two bales of skins of nn ut- tlksown variety hence the name was lidIted as mocha This skin bas abaeda rfputa tlon for fineness of eel w sod finish and for durability It iIs Ainerlcan production which foreIgn laaners have vainly attempted to lull tate for several years but owing to climatic conditions they have nevei So succeeded Mochas come from Ara Wa awl area species of a haired sheep r growing a short woolly hair Tb J skIns are taken off the anlmal by the natives In a manner peculiarly their own They are opened at the back suf Jlctently to get hold of the pelt and then rue skin is turned and pulled off the animal without a cut in the length- till the head Js reached when it is cut oi square at the neck The skins are- stretched on sticks and hung up in the stJn to dry and cure They are then poisoned with arsenic to prevent worms from breeding duringthelr long voyage to America where upon arrival in bales they are selected for weight and qual- ityj and repacked in compressed bales of 200 to 300 skins each according tc the weight of the skins and are sold Id the dealers ail tanners by the piece the weight of the skins ruling the price One of the reasons why American feat l er drawers have made such progress In dressing these skins Is that for many years the American market hits ra elved the entire product and by kin illaff them in such large quantities la able to determine the styli of tanning t and finishing for which they are best suited j SWhen the skins arrive at the tan Iery they are counted and subdivided J by practiced hands They are then put Into vats of clear fresh wateV to soak put the poison and other foreign sub stances They are usually kept In these vats twentyfour hours and taken out and drained and put back in dear fresh water again for another day or Tjwo when they are removed and put Ja the lime vats where they remain for three or four we ka but are lifted about every ten days in the interval They arc then haired and frized and after being thoroughly washed in plain water and then in pure are put Into the tanvats where they stay about a week Afterward they are hungup in fl hot room to dry When thoroughly f dried they are taken down and stored away in a cool room to in the crUst for three or four weeks when they are again handled to put the fin Isb on them They now go to tIle glove- manufacturing department where they are plied on latticed shelves about twelve dozen in a pile to allow them to age Care must be taken in piling up the skins so that air can circulate around and between all bundles and it Is very important that the room be kept thoroughly dry s6 that the skins do riot gather moisture lime skqa must be taken down and shaken out frequently And changed about so that they get a uniform amount of fresh air The skins should be kept In this state for at least three mouths and gslx months would be much better iTlipr are then turned over tn the na I sorters who usually work at tablesg facing the north light nnd examine every skin minutely for quality welgl and fineness and must determine for what colors they are best adapted To inexperienced eyes this looks like I a very easy task but assorting skins in the white Is one of the most difficult and responsible positions in a glove facjory It Is on the judgment of these men that large amounts of money that DVe invested in stock months in ad vance pf actual demand are lost or made After assorting for colors the skins are sent to the coloring deportment where the surplus tan Is washed out Then they are egged and when dry are fLushed on a fine bupktall wheel The color Is put on after which they arc finished again on the bucktall and after being properly aired and Kdrled out lire ready for the nasortora in lhe giovS department who assort the finished itPck for the classes of filoves ihey are best adapted to be cut- into Wiken a cutter receives a batch of ikisbis flwtduty Js to examine tfienJ earefuliy a 1s eIfIie5can producbe quantity ofglorcstliey are taxed cut He the dapensthemfo prepare them for dowlwhIcli1Js the term Sfr t We Risk It Druggists Who Sell DP Miles Nervine Agree If It Fails r1To Refund Cost JOt course wereimburse the druggist Snov him and trust Min Dr Miles Nervine la medicine for your serves r It cures diseases of the internal Ijans by giving tone to the nenes which ftlale these organs work It Is a novel theory not of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr MUes and since made use of by many wJdeawake physicians Who ap predate its value in treating the sick If you ore slfk we offer you a way to be made welrDriMllea Ncnlnc1 This medicine Iaa scientIfic cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralela headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache St Vitus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Pros t5iat1o5 etcSMy toning up thq nerves Dr Miles Aetomatlve Kcrvine rlll also cure those 4tecaseti of the Internal organs due t idteordered nervous system- torn of theso are Indlgcetlon Bll Hedachi Kidney Trouble Chronic CWMtlpaUpji Dropsy Catarrh Kheuma etc f prostrationan4zafi1esXervlne1 J hasuT7o yearsfcREVMTKIUIrite and we will mall wrongandSymptomofDrFreeddriaLA3O8ATQRIS KLKUART KO A used for removing tue nesn rrom Tao pklns left on by the dresser and also to make the skins as nearly uplform ifi weight as possible The skin Issprea on a marble slab to its fullest extent In one direction and the cutter shaves or pares off the flesh a little eta timi with abroad flat knife which Is kept as sharp as a razor with a steell applied 16 the knife after nearly every stroke When tbe skins are dowl d they arc again dampened then the cutter pro ceeds to measure off his gloves and thumbs and alter cutting them to the required sizes he takes them to a man f who measures them with ft redelc or blue mark and returns hem to tie cut tcr vflth the Jwper patterns of the re quired sizes The cutter mast then pull down his trank to the patterns match his forcettes quirks binding 1etc and when his Jot is cut complete hand the thinks back to the foreman who gives thefl the pressman to cut In the press wjlthsteel patterii3 When they come troin the press boys dr girls trim the ragged edges Open the packS ages of thumbs and torcettesand match them again with the gloves and then tie the gloves and thelr fittings up In packages containing a dozen pairs They are now ready for the makers The first process In the making is the sewing on by bond of the stay pieces at the bottom of the front slit or opening They go to the sllkera who put on the back ornamentation and then to the maker who joins the lingers This process vfiries according as to whether they are intended for pique- Inseam or cable seam They then go to the hemmers who finish only tho top of the glove and then to the bind era who ffihlsh the slit or opening They are thoroughly examined to dIa cover antI repair any manufacturers imperfedflonsS We are ready at last for tht layer off or glove dresser And here again cxperierice nnd knowledge are a big factor in time way the gloves look to the dealer and consumer A poor glove well lnldolrlsa beftersellet at anytime than good gloves badly laid off The average consumer buys on looks In preference to mOnt After being taken from the shaping boards they are placed singly on flat boards and taken to a cool omwiictc they are allowed to remain twentyfour hours to dry out aFlcnstl They are ready to be corors sizes and quality nd ttye fasteners are put on them Workmen tack them to gether fn pair bundle them in pa k ages of six par usually and put them Into the boxers This Is the process every fine uultned kid or mocha glove must pass through before Iit is ready to go to the ttwde and the only prob lem for the manufacturer Ishowto allow each hand to make his or her Just share out Of the gloves get a living himself and satisfy time buy r In his fixed ideas of what a glove Is worth Tire fifloye business Isnotnu easy one and only the inventiveness of the American manufacturer and tbeI aptitude of his workmen enable him to keep up with the pace set by hiJ tforeign rivals As it Is be Is constant lyimproving his goods and methods of tuaYiUfacturlng1 and gaining a distinct prestige In the eyes of the consumer Amcncau gloves are worth a place In any shop HabcrdaslierX NAPOT ONS AWeULHAND One TfaeorX0 the tircht Mans Fall ure at Waterloo Napoleon according to Alexander Dumas lost such battles as he did lose because be Wrpte sucU a fiendish band Ils gen rals cbuld not read his notesI nail letters typewriting had not been invented rind Jh trembling marshals afraid of disobeying and striving to lii erprct the indecipherable commands loitered Wandered and did notcorne up to the scratch orl10t to the right cratch Thus Waterloo was lost Cnn not you fancy Grouchy handing round Napoleons notes on that sanguinary Sunday I say cries the mav fial to his aiddecamp is tbat word Gem bloux or Vuvre Is this Blucher or flulowT So probably Grouchy tossed up for it antI the real words may have been none of tbese at which lie offered his conjectures Mcaiiwhllcon the left and center DErlon and Jerpine had Ney were equally puzzled and kept on ending cavalry to places where it Vas very uncomfortable though our men seldom manatfcd to hit any of the cav illers firing too hlgll and did no sort of good Napoleon may never have boon apprised of these circumstances lift old writing master was not on the scene Qf action Nobody dared to say what does this Xlgure ota ceati ISIre and how are wfe to construe these two thick strokes flanked 1bj blots The Imperial temper was peppery the great than would have torn oft his interrogolors epaulets and lanced upon them Did be not once draw his pistol to shoot a little dog that barked at his horse And when he pistol missed fire the great soldier Iirewjt at the dog and did not hit him The little dog retreated with the boa i ors of war f Such was the temper of Napoleon and we know what Marlborough thought of the value of an equable temper Nobody could ask Bonaparte- to write a legible hand so his generals hived a life of conjecture as to his meanIng and Waterloo was not a success and tIre emperor never knew why Ot alibis seven or eight theories of his failure at Waterloo his handwriting was not one Yet if this explanation had occurred tp him NapQlepn would certainly have blamed his pens ink and paper Those of Nelson at Copen lagen were very bad If your guns Are no better than your pens said a Danish officer who came In under a flag of truce before the fight and was asked to put a message into writing you bad better retire Andrew Lang In Longmans Magazine Art Note wnystShe Probably because Gladys weilpalntedMlnneapolls Sentinel sure How did the doctor tell yoiito take the medicine Larry internally or ex ternaliytt wV1 tXajther wan sor But it must have been one or the other Civil a bit sor Naytber wan SBut look here Larry thatis absurd know It must have been one or the other you Naythcr wan Itch ye He tould me to snuff it up me noseSt Louis He ublfc j Animals and Alcohol Many animals ylcljMpjttio seduction otrum drlnkjugjr egpecially elephants horses cows Jiuihswine Poultry cspe lally turk ys vUl absorb the tempting drink till they tumble over in leaden sleep lying around Us It dead and ut Ignoring their accustomed rqtist Itcrly k Jlln thcy stagger for a few l1ts and soon recover but It Is loyra before they renew their cheerful ackllmr 5 r 2w Iir iirtyv T i r 1r A Weird Incident Sdme years ago tile following strange incident to place In a west end club There lay on the table in one of the rooms a list of members who had put Sown their names for an approaching house dinner A wbrkman on a ladder who was puttlng time finishing touches tothe decoration of the ceiling let tall a single tiny splash of red paInt which dropped on the first name on the list and obliterated it as If with the stroke bf a pen Some of the members who noticed this occurrence thought It very bad omen others like Hamlet de fled au U17Dut curiously enough the member whose name had thus been struck out was taken ill the next day nnd died in the club on the night befOre Iilie dinner Was to have taken place Penny Valuable Shore The Chares of the New River corpora tioBare the most valuable In the wdrld find only fractions of them usulllly come upon the market For many years the shares were sold at 3 apiece and indeed Cbarlcjfcl reassigned ujs klngs shores to the Company in return for a perpetual annual payment of 500 which sum under style of the kings clog is still paid Row bad- a bargain that was Is shown by the dividend for years past Jinvlug aver aged over 2000 per share whiles few years ago InC of time shares was sold for 152000 bypublic auction The ax lual facegvalue of the shares ISlOO London Standard Webster Was Willing When Daniel Websters market man had sued him tOra long unpaid bill and got his money lie was so scared at his temerity that he stopp d calling at thedoor for orders The godlike DaDt lei asked him whone day and the man confessed that he supposed Mr Webster would never trade wlfh him agatlcj Obsnld Webster sue me as oftt9n as you like but for heavens sake dont starve me There was never a time when the great man was not will fng to owe as much as anybody was willing to lct him owe Springfield Re publlcani Conjugal Repartee Wife Thats the third time youv stepped on my dress I wish you were not sp slow Husband Its Yon that are slow Wife Indeed lam not iIsbnndW your train is behind Washington Post Gottlnct Even Miss Passayc I trust you will con sIder ray criticisms dear alt coming from a friend Vcra Perte OhI will I look upon you as tlib oldest the very oldest friend I have Brooklyn Life A Thin Spread Kwattcr Its more or less true that as the old sow has It Charity cover a multitude of sins HartRlcadBqtnever If Its otir char ity dud other peoples sins Philadel phia Press Men Women and the 3Ilrrdr Statistics of Inconsequence are ire inently Interesting TIme latest publish ed in this class come from a person who took to studying for a few weeks the folk who eyed thenibelves Jn a cer lain elevator having two skies freely set with mirrors His first attempt was to decide whether more women han men patronized the looking glass luring which he lettrned pcrlmpsto his surprise that time patf were equally divided between the c 3 Next he ffell to studying tie oVV t of ell sQx i9 this coutempjatidn of self with the result that Le opined that then pocivil into tIme inlrrpr for the sole purpose of- seeiig and approving themselves While deIIrelipped at tie rlgljt angle and that the numerous Lews affrfcted by the fair sex ivere ail In the place dictated by ttis toni Thus It seems to bo established that vanity alone prompted time men to oo while iP commondable wish tto beet right animated the women Bos ton Transcript Hnntemnde Jam You uStisjt give him plenty of ber rles sali the doctor who had been isked to furnish a list of articles suited to a convalescent patients daily hotlie seeds are gootl for him One tiny not long afterward the little Irl of the family heard her motlier Inmenjlng bcchtyie timers were no ber ries Ill the market for the Invalid The child left room quietly and present scgntthiugtiiti tIer iihpn she said Just try this fixed It for you What Is ItV asked Invalid with 3spoonfiil halt way to his S Tdly with little glass beads In it If you thi it with your ryes shut youll never know It isnt whole raspberries r tried it ahdlt was just lovely Tim Truth of It So Tagsby has absconded Anoth or good mail gone wrong NousenstJ Its nrercjjv a bail milD who hits been foulid out Philadel phia Ledger HEALTHI keephouseBlackDraught thofamllsdoctorlengthofwellSrtSSffit Because this great t medicine relieves stomach pains frees the invigoratcscued kidneys No DOCTOR whereThei i ept Families living in the physjclaim healthforyears asthelrThedfordsi colicandailmentbecause bowelshvcr control THIDFORD5 DLACtIS DM0 GUT THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI Trip That Compare Favorably w tI1 tile Dig River of Earth He who has nide a voyage from St Paul to St Louis by boat In the springtime or the autumn has seen the finest river scenery that may be ot served from the deck of a steamer ex ceptlug that of the Hudsod and the Rhino Yet few people are aware of tb 11haregreat rivers The Amazon from Ma mince the great rubber market about 1500 miles from the sea is a vast ugly Volume of water without any beauty whatever The Orinoco train Cludoc Bolivar Is a small edition of tbe AmI azon althpugh the tropical jungles which line its banks are mysterious In their denseness andare supppsed to conceal all sorts of wild beasts and creeping things The Parana which flows from Paraguay down past Bue- nos Ayressnd Montevideo Is more like the Mississippi than any of the others except that it lacks the bold cHffs and charming towns and villages that ove- rl6kl the ifather of Waters The Mag dalena of Colombia the fourth largest river in South America Is a turbid stream that Is either very low or very high according as you travel In the rainy or dry season of the year Its banks are lined with tropical forests often Impenetrable and it changes Its course as oftpa as the Missouri It has a wild sort of splendor but It does not compare WIth the Mississippi in any re sped j In Europe the Danube is more like the Mississippi than any other mixer and drains a similar country The pan senger boats are much superior be cause the proprietors cater to the tour ist patronage For several centuries the governments of the provinces through which the Danube runs have been improving Its channel and walling up its banks so that along at least half Its course It Is now more of an artificIal than a tiatural stream At one point where It flows through a mountain gorge In the Balkans the scenery U there striking than any along the Mis sissippi butfor time rest of the way the latter is much superior The Volga In Russia Is a good deal like the Missouri a tiny muddy stream with clay banks that are not at ail attractive The Rhine of course everybody knows about and for romance ruins and other artificial attractions and traditions it is Incomparable The Nile las been utilized by tourist fag ncles greatly to their profit and equally to the pleasure of their pa trons although there is very little nat ural scenery and the greatest attrac tions are tile venerable ruins the mys tories of the desert through which it flows and the picturesque Aral settle Dents that Jlnelits banks If similar Accommodations for travelers that are now found on the Nile could be placed upon the Mississippi and the boats managed with equal skill and liberality the enjoyment of the Voyage would be much greater but I suppose people will continue to visit and admire the attrac tions of Europe no matter what may be said of those that lie nearer home Chicago RecordHerald APHORISfviS Habit is the deepest law ot human nature Carlyle tGood nature Is stronger than tome iaWks Emerson Talebearers ate just as bad as tnlll nakers Sheridan Almost always the most indfgent are time most generbusStanlslals Those who complain most are most to be cdmplalned of M Henry True gentleness Is native feeling heightened and Improved by principle Blair lie that thinks lie can afford to be negligent Is not fatf from being poor Johnson Persistent people begin thelr success where others end In failure Edward Igglcstqu lIe who commits injustice is ever made more wretchedthau he who suffers It Plato A frichd that you lhave to buy wont be worth what you pay for him no matter what that may be Prentice Sonic Formal Correspondence A matter of fact sacristan of the Ca tli tIrLll of Berlin once wrote the king o f Prussia this brief note SlrcI acquaint your majesty first that there a wanting books of psalms for the royal family I acquaint your majesty second that there wants wood to warm the royal seats I acquaint your najesty third that the balustrade next tIm river behind the church Is become ruinous SCHMIDT Sacrist of tho Cathedral The reply of the king was not that of a gracious majesty Its stiff formal fly In Jmnitatimig the style of the anemia tan probably was not taken by the receiver as complimentary to him I acquaint you Herr Sacrist Schmidt lint that JJos who want to sins may buy books Second I acquaint Herr Sacrist SchjniJt that those who waht bo warm nuist buy wood Third I ac Quaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt that I shall not trust any longer to the balustrade next the river And I acquaint Mart 5acrlst Schmidt fourth that I will not have any more correspondence with him- FREDERICK That Settled Hint Husband youre not economical Wife Well If you dont call a worn JiU economical who saves her wedding dress for possible second marriage Id like to know what you think econ my Is Philadelphia Inquirer All the Worlds R Pothecnry Shop Sezso Ruyter Is not an author hes a born chemist 4 Tlzso Wliy 3 zsoErjry novel he writes becomt drug on the marke1Bmooklyn EaJ DOING ONES BEST It Is QoA Character Form In Dab It to Cnltlvnte This habit of always doing ones bst enters into the very marrow of ones heart and character It affect ones bearing ones self possession The man who does everything to a finIsh has a feeling of serenity HeJs not easily thrQwn off his balance He has nothing to CarL and he can lookl the world in the face because he teq1Icon sclous that he has not put shoddy Into anything that he has had nothing to do with shams and that he has ways done his level best The sense of efficiency pf being master of ones craft of being equal to any emergency the consciousness ot possessing the ability to do with superiority whatever cue undertakes will give soul satisfaction which a half hearted sHpshod worker never knows When a man feels throbbing within him the power to do what he under takes as well as It cnn possibly bedone and all Ibis acuities say Amen tto what he Is doing mid give their unqual Ified approval to his efforts this Is happiness this is success This buoy ant sense of power spurs the faculties to their fullest development It un folds the mental time moral and the physicall forces andxtliis very growth the consciousness of an expanding men tnllty and of a broadening horizon gives an added satisfaction beyond the power of words to describe It Is it realization of nobility the divinity ol the mind Success IA Crooked Spire The most curious spire In England Is at Chesterfield the leaning tower ot Pisa not being mOre interesting to sightseers than the queer kink in a ra spectable church which tradition says was ceuseIby the devil kicking out asS he passed the spire The devil hind just lied his hoofs shod by a local black staith and his pain was so intense time edifice was shaken out ofBhape An other and wittier legend says the spire was bowing to a lovdly apd virtuous bride Many noted persons have In years gone visited Rowsley and quaint Peacock Jim and thence traveled to Chestcrficld to gaze on this freak or nature for natural causes are supposed to have bent the spire rather than an Irritable devil whose hoofs were not shod to please him Iihltatluir Color Bllndnesn One can sometimes imitate the ef fects of color blindness through over fatigue Pf the eye Thus Mr Brett the English painter told the membets of the Royal Astronomical society that In painting a scarlet geranium after working at It for a quarter pf an hour the artist will not know that it is scarlet at eli but will goj on painting It as if 4t were black or colorless Red he explained Is avery irritant eblor to the retina and headded that you can look at green until all is blue A Hint to 1npn Twenty times William ArchlbaM Steyart hud been forbidden to cross the trolley tracks to buy candy and twenty times William Archibald St art had disObeyed Patience had Wi ed to be a virtue with William arts father Iont be too hard fin him the mother pleaded BUt Williams father had his dander up and ills rattan ready as he sum moned the culprit Into his august pres ence Willie he said how many tlme hav you been forbidden to cross the t trolley tracks to buy candy William did not answer but stood wltli head lowered and hands ready toj preSs to his eyes I ont you know it hurts papa even more than It does you to have to pun ish pla little boy Now suppose you had a lttlo boy and you hnd tpld him twenty limes not to cross the trolley tracks antI suppose he disobeyed you what would you do with him r Winiam swallowed a lump in his throat nnd threw back his shoulders with a visible effort Papa he said 1 dont think Id like tit Butbut IelI try every timing In thIs world before Id lick my chiidNew York Press Disenchanted Until I met you Matilda he invifl murcjdln rt voice husky with emotion I believed that all women were de ceitful but when I look Into your clear beautiful eyes I behold there the very soul of candor and loyalty George she exclaimed with enthtv slasch this Is the happiest moment J haves known since papa took me to the London pculjstl London op ullstl Tes dear you never would have known that my left eyels a glass one Then the moon went under n cloudI down audand George sat face In the sofa cushion London Au swore Didnt Dares Why dont you try to demonstrate to your constituents that you are capa ble of an unselflsli action My dear sir answered Senator Sor ghum If these people who have known me for yeah were to find me doIng something In wtilch I hint apparent Interest theyd get suspicious and decide that I was engaged noa deep and diabolical plot Washington Star Mcrclfnl- MonrOh yes she refused me and rave inC no reasons whatever Maid Isnt she a saint Judge c Naturo knows no pause In progress and attahes her curseon eli inaction GoetheS HOW WE GUARANTEE f Ar1r Carlstedts German LiverPowder To cure Constipation Biliousness Indigestion Dyspepsia Mmlcria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhoea and Dysentery Go to your druggist and get a bottle of this wonderful 1edy Take it according to directions Then if you feel you have not been benefitedenough to feel satisfied that you will be cured by its use lust go back to the druggist and tell him so and he has our authority to refund you every cent you have paid him Nothing could be simpler and fairer but we are so sure of the results of this medicine that we are safe in making this guarantee Dr Ca rlstedts German Liver Powder is manufactured by THE AMERICAN PEARMACAL COi Evansville Ind ind sold locally by f 2JuIIAYDONPharrnacist TIILGREATwr4u1PECUIIAflITIES ANt WHALEBONE SPECIES 1lLink Which Bind Them to Thel Cousin Mammals ofthe Land De plte Mqny Churacterl Which Point to a Marine Qrljsln Whales and men havq a certain kin ship Both belong to the same sub order bf vertebrates the mammals bringing forth their yoUng alive nurs lug them at their breasts and feeling for them a parental devotion long aft er they are weaned anti able to shUt for themselves In domestic life whalesl like men in their savagi stifle tight for their mates Though timic ordinarily the whale when Jcalus or irt bay becomes the most terrible 9f foes At other times he is aispclabli animal traveling in companies and frequenting the same sheltered breed tug places year after year When a dead whale lies stretched out on a beach its exterior seems to ln kia single characteristic betokening its relationship to laud animals mater to whlch pf the two great orders of vhales sperm or whql one It belongs its huge round body seems fashioned as If originally planned for the sea It has all the appearance ota monstrous flsh If it is piie of the whal bone species Its cavernous mouth will be found equipped with a huge sieve with which It can scoop up a school of fish and then strain out its food by merely closing its jaws Hundreds of strIps of a substance top elastic tot bone too stiff for cartilage hang down from the Vim of the upper Jaw and interlock tightly that they can cutoff the soiof the smallest squid In the of a sixty foot Greenland whole n anjas doU whalebones as theSe strips mire erronepusly called hav c been t len fromin each side of tile iippqr jaw the longest measuring twelve feet All of them weighed about hat t n ton Despite their size they cau 0 the whale no incpnvenlence fpr 311 bend backward and shut up fanwlsjc e when the jaws close Should the beast belong to this order of cachalot or sperm wlialoa it I mouth would be found furnished vitl teeth Instead of a sieve The faugi are planted along the rim of the lowerI Jaw with only pockets in the uppe r one containing rudimentary toOth att their bottom With his lower Jaw r hanging down at an Oblique angle thrI sperm whale Is wont tp swim aloiij tht bottom pf the ocean letting 011i manner pf living things float Into Its gullet Occasionally the huge arm ol an octopus coils about the jaw and the two monsters grapple in o1ife andi death conflict at the oceans bottom 1Imi The Cruise ottbe Cachalot trunk T Bullen tells of such a battle which had begun in the depths of tIn sea and which eniled on its surface He saw the writhing arms of the topus as one by oite the gigantic ocr bit them off the sweeping flukes of the Whale as they thrashed the sea into a lather and the great bulk of the oc opus head as it finally sank to the bottom In the head of the sperm whale there is a sort of cistern containing tie sper maceti that Is used In many delicate toilet articles When first taken from the whale it Is limpid like water hal on exposure to the air It assunte the ottdes and furnishes the sperm oil of commerce In both the sperm and the whalebone whale and the other varieties allied to them there are many more characteris tics which would seem to prove a ma nub origin Although a whales body sometimes measures seventy t t1ts eye Is not bigger than that of an ox Hidden away between the corners of the mouth nnd the flippers the eyes can look backward better than for ward The great head which In some species constitutes onethird of the body cuts off almost nil vision for nrd so that an enemy may approach most safjply froiif in front The ear Is so smith that its tiny Prince behind the eye hardly admits ones little finger Its nerve has shrunk and been ab sorbed The whale Is also destitute of the sense of smell for Its nose has been converted into the blowhole through which It expels when on the surface- the nir from Its huge lungs When submerged the blowhole Is closed 6y a valve which at certain depths is Subjected to a pressure fourteen titles greater titan that ota locomotives boiler when the steam gauge regis ters 100 pounds In brains man and whale are enor mously dissimilar The brain of Cu vler said to be the heaviest headed sane man of history weighed a little over four pounds or about oneforti eth of his entire weight In a whale weighing 150 tons the brain Weighs only five pounds or one sixtythou sandth of its weight Although a whale has 2000 tlni9S us much body as man it has proportionately one firt en bun dredth part 6f u mints brains The Whale Is also mentally Inferior to the elephant which has an eight pound bruin for n four ton body Further study of tile whales anato my however discovers links which bind him to his cousin mammals of the land Ills lungs are as perfectly de veloped as those of n hog Ills flippers are only fore legs which have become Unlike through ages of adaptation to a marine life Wheli the bones are nn alyzed they show the live digits of the hand of man There arc also vestiges of hind legs burled In the body Into which they have shrunk through agea of disuse The great flukes are merely i of LTor IPtrt must keep out of extltemtnt Brlsque She cant doctorShe carries It around with lier Indianapolis Journal S Cpntentmentcornes froai making tbe very best pf whatever you have be it much or 11ttIe A Fearful Ureami Bobba Old litewndd is about dead from Insomnia Says bets afraid to to sleep goI ISBobbs Xo but the last time he slept heidreamed of giving away his money V YlnUKlblc In e eneCrGilbert Pray how1 do you know Miss Mcrrln his remained single from choice rJIomccBecausQ I never heard her- ray Stir lmlBOStOTral1SCmiPt Politician III KOPJlnatlcnI Ive been nomlnnted honestlyPolitician es that uake Detroit Free Press D The Kind You Have Always Bought and vlii0i has beca m use for over 30 years has borne the sijmatnro of has 5ltccn naao nude ins per wand since its infancy AlIownoonctodeeejveyonintlde AH Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of t Infants and Children Ejcpcrienco against Experiment What Is CASTORIA lCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Qil Pare jcontali1ssubstance Its age is its guarantee Jtt destroys Worms and allays FeVerishness It cures IDiarrlioea and Wind Colic It reliets ectl1ing Troubles cures ConStipation regu1atcs4t1Stomach 1eepTheCENUINE CASTORIAI ALWAYS X Bears the Signature of c4skThe Kinijou Ha Always Bougli Jn Use For Over 30 Years CWTOKK CtTti L r = SCOTCH NAMES 4fie Reaaea Tber Alioftad Among tk Creek and Cherokee ladlaa- The prevalence of Scotch nameswltf 1the Creek and Cherokee Indians has at various times been the sdurce of some comment Although other nations and iIi fact nenrly every nation is represented by the names borne by these people these Scotch names areS far more numerous and have suffered ncqulredtrim lot these Scotch Indians are closely al lied with the history of these two nil 3tlons for the past 100 years and for several generations such names as McIntosh McKellop XlcCombs Adir M Queen and MeGlllIvary are register ed on nearly all the treaties arid ollfc clal papers of moment to either na tion Men bearing these names tdddj are among the foremost 01 tile progressive Indians As was stated the origin of these Scotch names dates back over IOC years At that time the Creek and Cherokee Indians more especially bent their efforts toward buildingup ana tion of physically perfect men The vjpmcn were encouraged to mate only with the strong robust men of tIle tribe and If a weak man withstood the taunts and gibe1 of his fellows and remained there was little chance of his Securing a wife In that way the Ife of these people was almost Spartan While this sentiment was tit its height and the tribes were living in Georgia some time before the Devolu tlon a regiment of Scotch hlghlanders was quartered in the vicinity of erie of the principal villages of the nations Time liullan luaUicns looked with favor on the burly men of the imortiiof Scotland anti a number of marriages was the result When the regiment was ordered back to Gnglahd crt some oth er quarter of the globe there were sonic of these Scofchmen wpro stayed behind and their names have thus been fixed in the annals of the Crock nation It tfs through the Creeks that the Chcrpkqcs acquired their Scotch names Okmulgee sews t f Home Iiinuence It was during the reading lesson In one of our nVibllcscUools that a little lad read In u Jerky exprOssionlesssvzry Mamma see the hawk The reading wits so very ncpr flint the teacher said Jolm you know would not talk that way to your ciptb cr Nom replied tile lad Well now said the teacher Jn 01 kindly way you read Itcsswtly asyon would say It to your mother Antlire la his reply Look raoaj at that there ha wkriTPhilaflclphla Ledger Sailors Are Pond of Sweet ThneS- ailors are v ifoutlet sweet things and to One who kiioAvs little about them It is surprising io learn the quantity of candy they consume In the ships store are kept buckets of this article which isisone of the chjef commodities In exchanger for whlcU a sailor parts with his pocket nlobey On large ships several thousand pounds pf candy are frequently consumed on a cruise Guntons Magazine QuIte lip to Date DayI find there Is a 2500 mon gage on the property you sold me You never said nnytnlng about ft- GayCertalnly I did IIdnt dis tinctly tell you it had modern ln pirove ueiits New Yorker Thebashl 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