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I 7 7 cs 1 w i T y t e t I rH- I I NloS I IE 1010 I r t 1 I I t Yi i J fj t 2fe r1f S i4IR f e i 1AINw el5ol XL No 2tir r i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON 0 1 1 iJ Y l 1 ii l ft f j r n TKWP1111l ciiiun j JUHIOI S 1JThol 30nJr6oth UNDERTAKERS ji jtAND EMBALMERS s Carry in took all kiriite of Fanera JHriplte ftONE53 t OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south cast of xcxin ton 59 miles from Louisvi11e on Bardgtown branch off Louisville and ashvih1e railroad in a farminffand agricultural district Jw Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber kyards 15000 pop atiop 1100 population of Representative iu Congress Hon D t EL Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W P Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky m i 01 nty directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth May and Octo Monday ill February br CE Pltcsn3u e Rv Lburhani Common wealth At tOTiey ffM Campbell Clerk j iv Jtf Q LeachmaOi Blaster Commiss tf1aer 7 11QuRTtR1COURT Quarterly Court is liejldl on the third linlay in each month Q f Litsey Judge f =COUNTY COURT meets on the fourth County Cc irt Monday in ech mouth U U Litsey Judge w P Booker County Clerk sThS Mayes Conty4ttorny George Catlett Jailer J yronCroake Sh riff ichi4rd Ishani 1RH dney Osborneff DepUtii V E V James F Moore County Surveyor e jL I RQyaU AsseSSOr Ti POBryan Deputy Ji Robert Noe Treasurer Coroner J MogomerY VJ W Bush bnpc of COfllfl1Ofl Schools PO Springfield Lt CITY COURT James RNoc Police Judge v John Gci53 Mirsliil yl Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jivtice Courts are held in January April July and October Ghucch Directory METHODIST CHURCH i b IRev D Ward Pastor ScviCC u1tdas in each ntbe FirtaiuIThird finouthatll am and 130 pm Sunii every Sunday at loam 4rayermeetingjevery Wednesday j aAnight I CATHOLIC CIIURCEi i Rev PE Hennessay Pastor faer t vtccscvery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock nl Services at St Rose same hours J CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev r1telhPastor Service 7 iccbnd and fourth Sunday ine Jch tf month i V PRESBYTERIAN OHT3RCH Rev T D rjatincr Pastor breachlng every Sunday at il am l and at 1 pm Sunday school every Sunday tl0 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock I 0 1 w Fraternal Ordea MASONIC LODGE rSpringflehd1Odge No 50 meets first and third Mouday 5 i1Ji ach moutb WashingtOn R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council fJo52 meets on C every4oufthMonday 4 v SIGHTS Qf Tmi MACASBES Meets i JA in rod 1 in each mon t rAMERICAN I j Zl L f fj i IIICOOLp tLICHT r I ZaiyteWcar kaI Nopr BackZSeyeretC Y or llerEIa IIsaderitrapt CNIIert 1 I XerarstoTM I 1 SS5CFoc sale by 0 J Haydon l i 1 13eci LAXATJVEHonEY and Tar is tJtoSgiua1 Lai alive cough cure It Is I tScbcptlrxatiyit cough syrup made kJlccgr4xatie Honey and Tar con Utainiitke antiseptic liealinr soothing ft hid stresgtktnii1g properties of the NatvcPiKL coiced With other In t rlriitkflta hI laxaiivcsyrupmath frOm pure strained lioney Cures alf edu hs and tre ftbcns weak lunge SoldbyCJHmpdou WfiJ mwro firo i I IiiA ROUND OF TJILK IftmmftmnrinnnnnnnnJft4ftnnnn nnrnnnftnn ftnft0 fair Phyllis fIn the Rural Parts Fair Phyllis Ab she tremble When down tile winkling way The cow boy he assembles The kine at close of day At home she shies the trolley And hies the crossing see But here shed melancholy Andwants to climb a tree FairPhillis is ashiver With horror and affright When frogs aIopthqriver And treetoads jjpoil the night At home she lover the clamor Of flat wheels on the rails Buthere the distant hammer Of woodpecker assails Fair PhyUs is astouned When oer the jeadow lea The hired man cpnfouneed- Goesbarefoot to his knee At home she loves to mingle Her pink toes in the sand tSheFair Phylis she expected The world to kneel to herj Up here she is neglected And fails to make a stir At home she was the feature J3uthome is far away The rural maids the creature Who seems to hold the slay Horace Seymore Keller in the Ncw York Sun Npure water IN h me made ice are being furnished the people of the town now The pure water is some thing which will certainly be ap preciated by the local w ter c6n sumers after such a seige of using the bad smelling variety The ice is all right and will ba appreciated according to the price Of course ice is Ice and nowadays the ice as manufac tured by the various factories is practically the same as to quali ty It is the price that makes It better or worse If the new factory reduces the price on the ar ticle the local consumers will pronounce it good ice and the n w aQtory will Ibe known as a public blessing If the same old price is maintained why ice is ice thats all The factory has a capacity of ten ions per day and the first run was made Saturday TQe Ice turned out is of good quality and it is estimated that the demand from Springfield and other towns nearby will be suffi ci lt to consume tile output later on The new filter works well and is decidedly the best improvement which has been put in by theSpringfield Water andt Electric Light Co It was a big and expensive undertaking butt is thought that the end will justify the means The water isfiould nowbe available for all uses andof course will tend to fpatrorissodoubtless prove a paying one after all to the company WAIUTbe con GETTING llib candIdates for the various nominations be geltingWo weeks has developed several new contests rather unexpected lyand it is scid that there are still prospects for races growing out of wnat now appear to be walkovers The time is short and it consequently behooves the candidate to get a hustle on him self and this he appears to be doing with a vengeance tr 5 rOOD CROPS Tobacco vDC growers in this county this year have reason to feel good over the outlook The season has been an unusually fine one up to the present time and the plants were never known to look better at thirtiIPe of the year The acreage is larger than usual and if the weather continues favorable there should be a re cordbreaking crop this season t I Tjf fIn The advertising JLj matter and the premium list and catalogue of the Wsh ingtrn county Fait are all opt and the event is being strongly advertised More than the usual interest is being taken in the fair this year by farmers aIic stock raisers and the attendance promises to be large The pie mium list is attractive there bs V7CYXc 21 ingjquitea number 6f new rings and good purses added to the regular program Mliilitfas Her Terror f1 ould cough nearly all niht long h writes Mrs Ohas Applegate of Alexandria Ind and could bardiy get any sleep 1 tbatifcough upbloodbutcines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely gn aY anteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung troubles Price SOd and 81 Trial bottles free at C Haydons Drugstore DeatneSSUllllOlB Car d local cannotrcachear There is only one way to cure deaf ncss and that is by constitutional aem edies Deafness is caused by an in liningofthis tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or iiisperfect hearing and wlcn it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing iII l destroyed forever nine casesjgut ten are caused by Catarrh iijjji nothing bat an inflamed cpin lti6ii6f the mucous surfaces H fWe will give One lIundrdUoflars- forany case of Deafness igans Lby catarrh that cannot becar fiyH lJa Catarrh Cure Send forcirculars free F J CHENRY CQ 3lelo4 O Sold by druggists 7cTae Hnlllfl Family Pilisfor constipitis x REPORT OF THE vCop081 OF THE FIRSTNATtONAL BANK SPRINGFIELD KY At the close of business June3 0 1004 t RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 212689 US + Bonds 50000 TC Banking House Furniture 3500 00 Overdraftsv 4002 34 f Cash on hand and due from other banks 54823 70 00II crI tlABIUTIES Capital Stock 50000 00 00ISurplus Fund 19000 00 Undivided Profits 2050 to 01IIndividual Deposit3In 200090 74 Total 32GlGOO Gross earning six months C94I95 Bal undivided prof its 2050009OS 04 Disposed of as follows Paid dividend co 4 percent Added to Surplus Fund L 150000 Expenses 214104 Fund to pay taxes 130091 Leaving undivided profits A 2C50G9 58998 64 A C McELROY Cashier Piles llDollT of Filer Piles upon top of piles of people have the IPiles arid DC Witts Witch hazel Salve cures them There are many dificreut kinds of Piles but jif you pet the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C isIS Ci saysHI had piles 20 rears and DeWiits Salve cured me after everything else failed Sold by all druggists CHOKING GATMIII11 CURED J Your Money Badk If Hyomcl Docs Not Cure You tUse Hyonict and be curedt ca tarrh is what all who have tried it for that disease say to their friends It is the easiest thing in the world- t stop catarrh at its beginning if you use Hyoraei Just breathe the health gIVing balsamic air for a few minutes and our catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there ar hundreds who can testify to tbe remarkable powers of Hyomci to care catarrh Many of the staunchest friends pf this remedy today began its use with little hoVe that they would be cured but as Wood Campbell offered to refund the money if it did not cure they decided to try it on thin plan and were soon restored to health Pine salve cts like a ponltlcc There Ui no sore boil or abrasion of the skin Pinesalve will not cure Pinesalve draws the fire out of a burn instantly and heals without leaving a scar Sold by Haydous Pharmacy v Tatham Springs lied June 25 Mr Mack Thompson He had been sick t1 heor fouryears with stomach trouble He WClt to the M Chord Infirmary Lebanon lat week lo be treated but news reached here Sunday morning thjitiiewas dead He leaves a t le find eight children to mourn iiiS death Howas buried in the Rockbridge cemetery June 27 We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family and friends Mr Samuel Keeling and family who have been visitipg in this cotainunity have returned to their home at Louisville t There was a hirge crowd at church here Sunday morning but on account of the rain Sunday evening the Sunday scnool wds a failure but the rain was most heartily welcomed as it wa- snecedvery much tA arge crowd spent the day at the hotel here Sunday Protracted meeting begins heze Monday August 29 which will be on Monday night after the fourthSunday Rev Moore will assist Rev Sominers in the meeting There was contribution of 2320 made uV here tar foreign missions Miss Mattie Johnson and father spent the day with Mi- Addic Keeling Sunday Vlrv Perry Ruby and wife tr 3visitingi irn this community- Saturday and Sunday I1V S Y GOODLETTJ Candidate for Democratic nomination for Representative in the liowet House of the Kentucky IkgSdature r MOORESVILLE Wheat is being utand is fairly good but late oats are rather short Most everybody isI through setting tobacco and the alcreogo Js about an or IrreIMr James Currah and wife of Qwensboro have returned home after a two weeks visit to Mrs l1 E Gurran Mr Will Skitters of Woodlawn HenryoliuttMr James Wall has about completed his tobacco bare jMr Wiir Ritchie of Botlanrl Visited the family of Mrs M B- urlan Lowest fWats Ever Made to Ue South west YIa the ROCK Isl ndPrisco- Mem Are you interested If so get ready and take ud vantage of the lowest tate ever made to Arkan das Texas anil Indian and Okla lhoma Territories Tickets on StUB from Memphis St Loui and Chicago February 16th March 1st aud 13th and April thand iflth Cf ll onyour near 6st tjcket agent or address H I Mc6uiRE District Passenger Agent Cincinnati Qhio Notice To the Pnblic L I The public is notified that my ion Alvin Riley who is not yetI 21 years of age iis noa fmy household and is not au thorized to purchase anything on i ny account or to bind me in any way for any sum and Iwill not pay debts or contractsmade by him and those dealipg with him must llook alone to him for fillment of their contracts JOHN iulI RJLEYI ju234t KO I1HI VjJAlsb r t Mrs JW Burton bought John G Burns property lor 6500 Mr Burns and family will leave Lawrencoburg this week 4 We are glad to report the sick fDlks better this week Miss Addie Fester entertained charm1rgmanneron Mr Miller Birch Vas at Ctfrd well last Saturday Mr WSGibbs has returned from Louisville He does not give us ajavorable report of hiss n Cecil We arc sorry tto hear of Cecils condition Mrs Nancy H Cox of Chicago Ill has been visiting her brother Geo W Mkrritt for the past week They had been separated 29 years Mrs Cox had been visiting her sister yIrs Lucy Todd of Columbia She was accompanied by her niece Mis- sLucyTcdd of Columbia Mr John Sutton of McAfee isii spending the week with Jiis par ents Miss Artie Sutlon gave a modnI light party on lastr Saturday night in honor of Miss Lula Todd of Columbia Ky There crowdpresertal1deer time Mr Morris Wilson has re Untried lhome after spending two years iin Chicago Morris is very intelligent young man and has a great Tnany friends in this vicinity Misses Anna Belle Graham of SharpsviJle MaymiQ B lerritt of this place Jobnsob of Har rodsburg and Messrs Oscar Shirley Claude Chealham John Noel and L Keeling were entertained by MISS Addie Keel ing of Tatham Springs Suncayi All enjpycd the day hugely Weafe I risbrFo hcar of Miss Birdie Brownes illness at ShaisVilie3 letrus s cilJay C Jver soon Miss Blanoho Hhirly spent last week with relative at Lit sey Mr Johnv Iiiler anil sisters M5sseJ EsfelS d Bji hett ofI Louisville have come up to spend the summer with their sister If trsnKloe Greenwood EO5 Kentucky Fairb test DahvilleAug 8day Kirksville July 15 tvs Crab Orchard July 273 days Harrodsburg Ausr 93 days Lawrenceburg Aug 261 days She hcrdsville Aug 23i 0 days Shelbyvilie Aug 34 days Springheld Aug 234 days Somerset Aug 304 days Nicholasyille Aug 303 days Florence Aug 311 days Glasgow Aug 31T4 days daysHarlford Georgetown Aug 9 4daysv BLINCOE On account of tho hard rain that fell last Sunday severall of the Nelson boys who were caught oh this sides of the rIver had to cont nt tthemselves for the night r Mr Xavier Film freau lias re turried from Gctbiomani wner he has been DUe ding school accompanied by Ins friend Mr AdVidn Davy of Paris Prance to spend afew weeks Messrs T P JDBran and Sam Anderson were in our Aye You can depen l on Avars Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow direction and itnever fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigor fallingofthejiairlalso Theres great sattsfactiOj in knowg you are not going to joe disap pointed Isnt that so Mv3aIr faded until Itl Ut1111tto It too JustOllft uttmo lie ijflaLr Vigart- resiireli1o1t fonncr 141011 color Ynllt HnlThlRor certjlily d4 vjhrt you claim fur 1tL cilugaani N C pO bottle rcATJ1t IA ndiJHM J m dst SOliCiting votcs1 They arbothwell knowncitizeas and we wisp them success p p Fields sold to GH Filialreau a nipn bunch nf hncro fof M25 per loaibs 0 biR Filiatreau zijclO C Caipbron attended court at bi ringUeld Monday Miss Alma Fields vsjted her auut Mrs Hugh Aubery Monday Mrs C C Cambkm vas the Jguest qf Mrs B H Field Mon day MissMainieCcj1 of Holy Cross is visitingher aunt Mrs E jld C sick this week r iBrntallY TOrEurc J A case came lo light that for pejrsis nfejajtip unmarcifol tor Lure Has pe tbaips neyer beenoilc ebualel Joe G febjpii i of C3pjul sai Cat writes ttoyfTJg I tindured insufferable pain frQw Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried every tiring known I came across El ectric Bitters and its the great est medicine on earth for tbfat itcomIas good r KiQ nejy troubles and general debility 0ly 5Qc Satisfaction guaran teed by CJ Haydon druggist One ladys RecofflffleiiMoiinsold BUy Boxas of CliamJiirlaiiis STOMACH TABLRTStt I have I believe sold fiftY boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver oforjeladyi of them about a year ago She never tires of felffag her neighborsi and friends about the gooc qualities bf these Tablets P M Shore druggit Rochester Ind The pleasant purga tie ctiicct of these Tablets mak cs them at favorite with ladies every where For sale by GJ Haydon She rl d PiYBnocto1 Mrs frances L Sales of Missouri Valley jlowa writes I hcvfe been afflicted With kidney trouble fiye years Had severe pains in my back and t nfreqitcnt desire to urinate Vlieii riding experienced Inuch pain OAer the region of the kidneys I tried five physiciaas without benefit and then concluded to trFoleys Kidney Cure Alter taking three 100 bottles I was completely cured Sold byWood CampDcli i LETTERLIS i Reraaininjj unclaimed in the Springfield postofflcq for week June 9 11J04 Miss Fuefda E Held Woo Graham Miss Kill ward Antho ny Matingly Mjrs Stella Mills Mrs Alice Mitcbe1 J Persons caning ror tine se letter will pleasQ say advertised and give date of list yA Waters P M all Drawls v are18uffer1ngsia to call on them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you knew the value of this remedy as we know itt you yould not suffer another day KodolDyspepsia Care is a thorough digestani tlssnebailding tonic as syeli It Js endorsed person dly by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening Sold by oil druggists Cnrcd Brt7s Biscas sfftt Mr Roberto Burke Inora N YM writee Before I started to use Fo leys Kidney Cure had to getup from twelve to twenty times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy ad my eyesight was so Impaired I could scarcely see one of my family atsosa the roOm I had given up hope of living when a friend recommended Fo leya Kikncy Cure One SOc bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone as well as all other symptoms of Brights disease Sold by Wood Campbell rJile of Ancculrr uc cant afford tp recogulie theiii Their ancestors 1rc In trade Werent ours t Of course Uut our trade Ancestors ire two gcierntonsfurtliCr back than tholrsi Chicago Post 4 fr1 JIIsG XIupleyrl always try to retlro before uiWnl liti I dont like to miss my bwtqty 8leep Ii8 IIcppreyot1 really Kuoiifa try harder You certaIn ly dont gefvuottfch of itExchange The Ilafepy Prt- SheId your uu lc tile inpy Iti- Well to tellyou the truth I Ujdnt notice htm but cryijodYclseIiCeW- NTcrybnppyB fIton Transcript Heaven will permit nomftnto ecw I happiness by crinw Jpfierl r Punic Sale If not sold privately before I will on NPAY JULY2519 tj at tHe Court house doorVin Spjjngfiejd Ky offer for salel Ithe pjgbe t bidder the farm for merly dwned by Dr H H Hord deceased situated on the Spring field and Lincoln Run turplio 2 mjles from Springfield Said farm contains 150 acres afiiii grass but 35 acres has ont a fair dwelling twt niwarns tree never failing wells and all necessary outbuildings aricT would maka a fine dairy farm Terms made known on day of sale JON W Hoirn Lor1ll ilit ndDav The busiest and mightiest lit tie thing that ever was made is JJft jjftJ 1New Life Pills These jp1l15l bange Wtikness into strength Iistlessbess into energy brarif gAvii miental power Theyre wondetful m building up the health Only i5c per bOA Bold by C 4J Jffdjdon Druggist Weak Hearts 2rt caused bY indigestion If vdu4eat a little too much cr if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expands swells and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart arid shortens the breath Rapid heartbeats and heart dUease is the final mult Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what yon eat takes the straitfoff the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourishment 8treugthand health to every dfgafa of the body Sold by all druggists Chamberlains ColIc Clipleraaiii fliarrloea Remedy t This remedy is certain to be nedad in almost every home before the sum mcr is over It can always Le depend ed upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially valuable for summer disorders iH chil dren It is pleasant to take and never fails to give prompt relief Why jaot tuy it nowU may save life For ale by CJ Haydon The nODlan rralJl A dish was prized for Its oddty rar ity or costliness flighty curious read lug are tile accounts that come dow i to us of the great Ronian aprcads such as that 3vhlch Lcntulus gave on his election to the office of ilamen or that with which Nasidicnus mocked Horace and his friends The menus on these occasions would strike terror to ithe heart of a modern maitre dhotel l or chef Ac cuisine What would be thought of a dish of echini or sea hedgehogs of thrushes served up on asparagus and u fatted lien for course Xo 1 Of haunches of wild venison nndf beccaflcos fig Deckers Curruca hortensls for theI second of a sows udder a wild boars cheek a ragout of n31i ducks hares boiled teal capers furmeuty and Tjcontian bread for the thilriltll the Year Round MnrveloHlr Coadlenacd A lawyer of the good ojd southern type had argued for three court days Vlthput ptjuse Ills brief WAS a master piece of Classical learning and legal erudition but Jt was tiresome JlnjorSigsbeettsaId the wearied Judge at last without wishing to lilt mate In nny way that tlie couj would not be delighted to listen to yoUr whole argument I must suggest that the docket Is somewhat crowded and that if you could condense a little It might help your clients cause The attorney smiled his acknowledgment To honoh he excraiz ed the thought was in my mind when I prepared my argument Sub fob the next fo days my brief is apebfect mahyel of condensation The Oiinnal Foley Co Chicago origin je4 Honey ad Tar as a Throat and lung remedy land on account af the grjjat in rit and popularity of Folevs Honey ahd Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Hon sUtat71ufhredgive the same satisfactiOn It Is mildly llaxtftivc It conrkius No opiates and is safest forchildwil and Delicate persons Sold by Wood and Campbell The pill that will will till the bill a tbout a gripe To eleanse thxjliver without a quiver Take one it night peWilts Little Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gClttel 1 effect yet they are SO cedahiirei suits that no one who uses them U dlsappolsted For quick rflief frau bIliousness sick llieadKh trpd liver jaundice dizziness Mid all troubles arising from an ihrtCtiTel sluggish illver Early Risers are mii equaled Sold by All druuMs Pineules lathe Dame of a twik cavery put vp iiii p law way a cii dte cre for all Kidney and Dla sr trot blcs Rheuwati 1Albeo4CIS Torn are reqte4 to call at Mirfrt6r sad let uishow 705 Plii tkst des4VS4 trO ItHSoWbT H74OI1IP1- USIS5CU13ThTMtR ft eII 4Mrosi I 1 aar w l T l I U leJarPit h Climate affects the Inhabitants oil s the sen Jjst as it does those oCth land 4s arctic land pluntd cannot flourish at the equator so in the Arc tic nutl Antarctic oceans marine pIn11tsttore foundThlch are unable to In warm water Among the most re markable of these cold water plants 1 are the ltraiua Iacoae i kind of sea 1iWeeds which sometimes attain a gJ gnnttc size exceeding in length the Llonsest cjfmblngtplants of the tropicalSfvxsta cud dcveJQpingIiugc sterns like llw trirps of trees Invtstigntions IivC bd7Ji that these plants flourish Tu tile coldest ivatcra of tii olacBeas jaiidfltbat ilw y never ndvauQC ifarther from their frigid homes than to the limits ot summer tcuiiieijiturc in the ocean The genial warmth destroys 2Ii f them just ara polarblast shrivelS the lowers of a tropical garden f t QfA SarprlHC to Store r r Begsum to himself rve got ronrutt 0 that rich old grntatiiiofinliiCat lasts Shes lafercstcd lu beiicvoleuttschemes anil Im helping her nlgljt anddayto l search out worthy objects Today she said Id have cause for rejolcliigwhexi her will wasread ills Q eatAnnt to berselrlhnl1 no ideamy grind nephew was so good It worrres him terribly to see so much misery in lie W9thInOW delighted brW1iibto find that all my money is to gotohlio support of the poor friendless orphans t p iiL t NoUlng Is fartnciifrom the earth than heaven nothing Is ncaret Jo heav en tIiineartlmIIure Y 111 The oxygenized stfenfljh of the F healing pines combined with other well known kidney d bladder rem dies is dresented ia Pineule This new discovery gives imaaedlatereiief r t- iad pxnnaiently ciresXll kidisy and t i bladder troubles Sold By Haydoa Pharmacy V t J JociorsSiiCt Ie VMM lit Jtovrotj Peter Fry Woodruff Pai wri iiAfter doctoring for two years witfi t t the best physicians in Whayneibvrift and still ge ting worse the doctor i advisedme it 1hl1d njbqsil1es t tatteaa to I had better attend to it at once as I could not possibly live an other moath as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was rdcoml mended to me by a friend and I inlmt tent afy son to the store for it aildr after taking three bottles began to gebbetter acd ntlnwtdto improve ahtil I was entirely wel1 Beidb Wood Ie Gawpbell t e Xuo Fur fflfljfl J For pears fate wiaf fter maT continually writes F A Oullfgov Verbena AlaI had st ter ilb e case qf Piles causing 24 tujaOr When all failed Bucklens ricai JS alye cured me Eqailygqod for Burns aad ttaU aches anti joairis Only 25e afcd J Hajdons jr Diigstoiev f t it J J 0 i =i rosiliie 1 Young SlntroSOvith ihoorliSs on the care of children to nurs e Jane Nurse XCSSUlll Young M51IIUUTJI the baby tins finlslicd his bottle lay lilra Iki the rsc1lc on his right skle After efctj Ing ti child should always lWe on tb4 right side that relieves the pressure oii tfie heart Still reflectively the Uver is on the right side perhap JiifterlI fyou bad better lay klux oe the left side Nor I ap sure the tt1ae on infant digestion said right aide cM the whole Jane you may lay ttaOwby imatteThe i SMIT SblIMtlR I A story that conies from a co 1 trI region not farfrop Now Xork c4c r ii a native wjo was seen jBtottdlV plow tug a field with a team of weary aM dejecte i horsed As they approiicbe r the observer rural life reaaarke i Sympathetically that the orem dldmt seem to like tile work t Urn commented the farpr kvielly they dont have to like It ieoery ave to do tHarper ffreekly lralr r rsitsiSee hjere exclaImed the angry man wish you WOuld muxzl 4nat doc of yours at night Ins barklr kJqbaby awake fi I was Just goIng jo reqeet jo eu nuZzleyo1rbtbF1rCjobKtI the 14e4- Ibor His nightly howling annoys my dog St o flcp4ibhLe i life CIRs 1I1H41 JI4Agent of Aprtliet1t UOiIWbesc- an you go to work t DifIft d ftrnm ho 4ms ccef 4e4 I04t105 M itsit or butWIngJI xaia enter ipsa t1W1 ties of lPY at Qitce CicsS411 Tribune J I I t ASMrs DwrteyWhy do PJ tt Mrs Gabb to SPIT foa yow W ls fk aSgood qrepPSBMikcr Mw UCawlrtijjC know tht but she kwtifttM gusSa the coiutigitLoi4 Titfft Wr 41 A irarelcr IH iiWrl aiIftift j fj bck noted that MWirltMtlyea I J Io rtHiwtfM asset weod fa a j certain fsrm Ja 1 seost eQia aad coaistaat irtldls t dst The edvea eat It et1IMt1Jt7 lilEe ft wbea Mt an ptonttftfl It seuab forms paH UI the eYe1l1aJ oiea is m+ cs7t- tpit4 t larei logS ftr evry bwtII tfy know bj sapaileac j tetthat tsir st sses the 53mllsthy 0 etaasia sa- dmii t It to ieIts pity aM- obtIsgtttottseRadWeea 1Mr cap lfUdektIaMs tseitikftbS1a5debO J It tiM igz4t with snow It to tes- bofledIakttIs soiqetImesalilsSi ak rmot buttr Isiiihe1 wtIt- T 1 Jn djjeNztt i TUt NEWSLEADERn- muootP IXYSKY THUKBDAY gt AA IN ADVANCE tl II t jSI1HM GFIELD KY r i i gi1DVISON Jr tl cXpo AD PDJILISKZK 4 w iM1r fcwB Mtlces 10 cwita pw k MkM iMptlaMrttoa CH cI4ateg and political matter rMi prUne Job work Is dose at low rules bnt casb iiKe J1 delivery of goods JU acontracts made on liberall OVttMriM and resolutions of respect 3 iia rlia LNlouXCIU1TI 250- f Ti citT IKJsl1tes sty O Mceri i OIitrLetOees 1t 0 i r THURSDAY JULY 7 1904 j t We are authorized to announce fr B L LITSEY for reelection to theas t candidate office of County Judge of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 V6 areauthorized to announce iUj BYRON CRO ARE 1as a candidate for the office of County Judge Washington county subject of to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904c4 i I We are authorized to announce v T SCOTT MAYES a3ta candIdate for reelection to the oScesf Couaty Attorneyo a i ton county subject to the washingIrf tttlei Democratic primary August 6 We are authorized to announce 1 W F BOOKER as a cannidate for reelection to the office of County Clerk subject to the e acttonfcf the mocratic primary August6 1004 1 Weare aathorizefl to announce the MBM Of GEORGE D PARR iM a candldaU for the office TTjrj ofWMhI1Zt0fl county subject to the k actlom of Jbe Democratic party EtectiolfNoyember lOj L Weare authorized to announce J S OSBOURNE a candidate for theoffice of Sheriff of WMhlntfton county If elected H t SB Powell Ed Masters Sam Anderson aLl Herbert Eddleman will he his dejrattes Subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6th I We are authorized to announce FRANK KEEN as candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 If elected his depu ties will be R H Mulllcan Henry t Hilton George Cocanougher ande GeorgeBowen rW are authorized to announce 11GEOKGE D CATLETT Mcandidate for reelection fo thf toCti of Jailer of Washington county abject to the action ot the Demo I cnttkr primary Aultust 6th 1904 j We are authorized to announce TPOBRYAN ai a candidate for the office of Asses sorof Washington county1 subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 Your support re spectfully solicited We are authorized to announce W D CLAYBROOKE as a candidate for Representative in thejlower house of the Kentucky Leg islature from Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic i p imary August 6th 1904 Weare authorized to announce W S Y GOODLETT as a candidate for the office of Repre sentative in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature from Washing ton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 l5 We are authorized to announce MISS ELLA D SHAUNTY as a candidate for the officeof Super t ihtendentof Public Schools of Wash ington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6 1904 rve are authoriiedtoi announce J W BUSH 0 a3 acandidate for reelection to tie office of Superintendenlof Public Schools of Washington county BUt jet to the action of the Democratic primary August 1904 Opposition to Judge Parker as tie Democratic nominee for President seemS to have weaken edand it now Icoks as if the convention at Si Louts will nomi i nile the NewYork jurist on thE first ballot The delegates from Kentucky have elected Urey Woodson to succeed himself as Democratic National Committee- t manT The Kentucky delegation- choMOltie James to be chairman jcf tht delegation Gov Beckhamj 4for the Committee on Resolutions tScrator Biackburn for Jthe Com+ mitUen on Credentials and Sen i ator ifcCreary for the Com mittee t of OrgaalzatKJp The delegates t1aci1 to vote asa unit forg i f Parker for President and Beck t bain for Vice Present BJ Early Risers I Tilt fMMfllf IHtff fBU iifitZKMreOifrW fiNNWIUilifiifiV t- News From The County k I Ff Happening Amon the County People I 1d I l as Reported by our Correspondents = lJ vrValley Hill Harvesting is ever in and round this seclion The reports are that the small wheat crops are proving excellent while the rye is somewhat short Miss Rose Cleaver of Lebanon visited Miss Maranda Tucker last week Miss Sarah Tucker of Louis villa is the charming visitor of Miss Mahle Tucker at this place Mrs S M Dorseyand son Robert are pleasant guests at jhe hqme of Mrs Palmer Qoatley this week Howard Goatley of Louisville came up to spend the JFqiiijth1 with hIs parents Howard was warmly welcomed by his many friends Miss Matilla Brown whphails from Georgia is ihe pleasant guest of Miss Lida GrundyHhis week MrHamPilesandwife visited frieuds and relatives near Wake field Station Saturday and Sunday a Miss Ella Elliott has returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant sit to realives at this place Mr John Virgin and wife of uear Maud and Thomas Reed and wife spent Sunday at the home of Mrs S E Piles Johnnie Kelly and Clifton Leachmap two ot tne Groves promising young citizens were in our midst Saturday night These young gents have at last found rJan enticing attractoa outside the flourishing limits of the Grove neighborhood Several of Springfields young citizens passed through our village Sunday They seemed 10 be hunting pure water which can be readily found at either the well known Sulphur spring oraL the newly discovered Mag nesia spring better known as Clarkson spring Fred Van Arsdate one of Lit seys most popular young gents was in our midst Sunday Robert Gray of near i Polin was in our midst Sunday Rob erf seems to be doing his bestS toward securing one of our damsels to make her Queen of one of the Pplin neighborhoods handsothest4nansions We had quie a scrap in our village onelay recently But we will senndthe Moore vllle correspondent and calLnci names and therefore its lt no ori Politics are getting warm in this section kind Mr Thomas Hamilton seems tohavebpen the starter But the next timeTom visits our neighborhood we hope hewill not be so congenial as to attract the attention of another swaim of bees as he did the lasr call He left looking somewhat fleshier than when he enterqd but the voters need not lay his bloated condition to anything but W P Montgomerys bees Misses MatUe Tucker and Pearl Goatley left Monday for French Lick Springs led for the benefit ol their healtht Edward Goatley and wife vjsi ted tie lattars parepts near NCaud a few days last week T Aj Tatum has given up his position at the store house pf this place on account of differ ence ot opinion upon some sub jects ts Misses Emma1 and Nannie Baker of near Hillsborp were at the home of Mrs J L Moran the Fourth On last Tuesday evening Mrs Montgomery Reed was frighten ed bJ the appearacce of a negro man on the premises She soon evacuated the house but met Mr Reed coming homeley then went and searched the house but the search proved fruitlesp Whoever this loafer may be he had bettor keep the road or he may get into a hornets nesttWeek by week our anxiety grows for Thursday to come so iwe may get the NEWSLEADER i and read the many spicyjjetters which it contains The corres pondents seam to be trying their best to increase the cotrespon dence page Welcome are the Booker and Litsey Correspon dents as we delightful reading 1 the news from thos places Vo extcind our sympathy to the Lit ArsPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use lI sey people and really think the Grove correspondent is impru dent by slandering them We know that they have had two doctors to grow rich and marry mId is likely they will soon have another The Fourth was a pleasant day until late in the afternoon when the fun and frolic of the picnc crowds were dispersed on ac count shower This was of th1wIllgirl buff nevertheless we cannot have things to suit us always UNO North Bend I iIthas ben said lhatfa stitch in time saves nine This has been proven true in Mr Wm Scotts place Mr Scott is the owner of two shepherd pups which he thought were sure to make their mark and the follow ing narration shows they did After killing 18 young turkeys for Mrs Scott Mr Ezra Gpff offered tto kill the pupsrif Mr Scott would pay for the cartridg Ies used to dispatch the dogs which would not have cost mere ithan three cents Scott thinking the price too high refused to give it On leaving home Friday atternoon he fourd when be re urned tl at the canines had killed one hog and a calf both worth about 15 MrScotsays if50m owon he will not stand on little things l The contest for the Congres siohal nomination in the Eighth District rasulted in a deadlopk The convention is being held at heI yvmeAftr ballotting 145 times the respective candi dates received the same number of votes as follows Gilbert 35 Helm 29 and Moore 24 45 being necessary to a choice Mr Green Hays who is a prominent stock trader in Spencer county says that he Was once a candidate for Assessor of Spencer county and after making a thorough dinvass of the county which vas composed of about 300 democrats most of these men promised tp vote for him and those who did not commit them selyos openly djid so by implica tion Trne went on rings and cliques were formed and when the drag net was landed Mr Hayes was not in it On being asked the cause of defeat Mr Hays philosophically remarked that there were about 300 of the damnedest liars in Spencer ccunty this side of Hades Qb servation b ware lest sOme of our Wtshingtdn cpunty Demo brats are not of the above opin ion just after the Democratic piunary has come and gone llilfsboro The farmers have about finish ed up harvesting and the rye and wheat crop will make a good turnout for the heads are well filled1 The oat crop here is good corn and ttobacco are llook Jog well the farmers are most up with their work We have not seen any oftli6 candidates for Assessor in our midst yet but it seems that Virgin is the choice of most of our votersi Dud Sutherland and Mitt Lea cb man lhave returned fr ma visit to friejods at Wayside Just somehow the oysare wearing a smile that wont come off Mrs W Ezra Sutherland and Miss Hattle Settles attended the reunion of the old Confederates and Federal soldiers at the Sul pUnt Spring near Van Buren Anderson 1county July 4th Dinner was served on the ground m an abundance andTuS brdss band furnished music Capt Crabb and Judge Speed of Tay lorSville Dr Suiderof Mt Eden and Hon W P Marsh of Law rence were the orators of the day Quite a large crowd from here went to Fenwick Sunday even ing to bear the Hillsboro choir sing They report a good Sunday school at Fenwi as well as some fine singing Mrs Terr ll of Tatham who was taken sick Friday while on a visit to her father Mr Tyler Brothers is still a ve ry sick woman with little hopes of her recovery iAct directly on the liver i constipation1biliousness Sold for GQyears JOLyerCoI zu BUCKINGHAMS DYE J nm en orwcooi8 QL raw casjwHtu v t tI Thus Mcllvoy and wife have returned from a visit of several days to relatives at TajLham Again we request the public nol to forget the appointment of Elder Perry R Campbells meet ing to begin here on Wednesday night after the third Sunday This community is very much in need of a piritual revival and we hope all will give Bro Camp bell a hearty cooperation and help to make his meeting a success Esq Prather and wife of Pul lISunday to visit their sons J T- dPB Prather John Armstrong is building a large as well as a nice tobacco barn which he will use for a ile bandling hcuse He realized a clear profit of 1200 on what he bought last year Mr Armstrong is a hustling tobacco man and when his new barn iis finished he will be in the business for what there is in itSThere has been several cases of measles in this vicinity during the past two weeks but all are of a very mild nature and nut so much dreaded as they were in the early spring There will be a match game of baseball here Saturday afternoon between the Brookville team and the Penny rilea Capt Settles requests us to say that a large crod will be on handIPolitics are alltthe talk now c i ecally m the race for School Superintendent Two weeks ago it looked in favor of Mr Bush but since our voters met Miss Shannty in town Couny Court day the tide has changed some what and we hear strong talk in her favor The Sunday School Committee for this county composed of W WilI er e G t t t t Main Ky I Given t t a man and J W Perkins are re quested to meet in W D Clay brbokslaw office rext County Court day at 2 oclock ondnr range a program for the Convention which will be Pleasant Grove Aug 19 f Miss Lillie Bottom of Mack vilJei was visiting Miss Mattie Kimberhn of this place last week Mr 3ack Rigilon of Mitchells burg called on his best girl here last Sunday We think he is a candidate for matrimony We are having some good showers of rain in this section A great many of our boys at tended a moonlight party at Perryville Saturday and of course theyhad a good old time Mrs Lizzie Campbell has begun to Qlose out her stock of general merchandise at cost at this place Mrs J P Grain of Boyle county was visiting AH Cram last week Sam Campbell was intown last veek pu business Wm Lay carrying mail on stat route thq1st Rev Hatcheft tilled his regu lar at Beech Grove Sunday We 13ve plenty candidates in this county who are very busy callingon their friends and want till assistance in the coming primary Miss Mattie Begley has begun hr school1 at place We trust she give the desired satisfaction7 Will close by saying that the cEcieves a hearty welcome from mjany at this place Hardesly ri The growing porn and tobacco are looking fine Farmers are through wheat and cutting clover ia 1 Disease takes no summer vacation If you need flesh andtstrength useI Scotts Emulsion summer as in winte Send for tree amp scorr I nowE emtsu- 48H1sharl Street New York 1c and sco all Mrs Lucy Houstor andchld ren of CBaplin sp nt Sunday with her grandparen Rev and Mrs Sale Mr S G Hardes y and wife iM Lebanon were guests of friends here Sunday MissElla Shaunty the popular candidate for Seth ol Superin tendent was our midst last week rsEr7a Carneyrncl chile rn spent lat Frh1ayjwth her mother Mrs Sarah Gray Several from hero attended church at New Hope Sunday Mr Erastus Goodlett of Mercer county returned home Sun day accompanied oy his cousin Miss Lela Goodlett Mr andMrs Burt Hawkins of Woodlawn spent a part of Jaill week with relatives at this place Miss Nellie Grey is spendin 7 the week with her uncle J R Gray Pleasant Grove Poor Town was not dead Lut only sleeping Pardon me if- I rI have slandered this moss coveredl little city which for the pastt half century has been as siren and still as the waters of the t Dead Seai Net even the chirp of a crickett or the croalce of a frog has ever molested its slumbers The Beech upon i s windiog way has most forgotten that this lIttle illage of fair fame was located upon its banks Yes we will admit that two oi your M Ds married rich but how about their Better halves being two of the Grovesfar daughters The ice cream at Judge BL Litseys for the ben A m Wood Campbell t t I mtHE I LEADING I Pharmacistsr I I St Springfield mI m Social Attention Physicians Prescriptions m B BBB Countyb i LILAC Jensonton last t commenced appointment l it l this will NEWSLEADEH Suoolhouse harvesting in thippergivcn I efit of the Presbyterian church here was quite asucceas They realized 53 Mr James Murphy of Leba non is the pleasant guest ot Miss Catherine Ballard this week Miss Edith Ourtis of Louisvile is the charming guest of Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory Messrs Meiritt Dohonej and Frank Peters of Lebanon were here to attend the ice rEam supper Friday eveuing Mr Nat Thompson and cousin Miss Mary Agnes Thompson are visiting relatives in Harrodsburg this week Miss JElhvShaunty the Demo crats most popular candidate lam School Superintendent has been jn the Grove for the past few days Miss Bessie Roberts of Spring field will teach the Grove school Mr JVC Taylor vho has re cently boon appointed to a good position in the Louisville Post Office is at home for a few days Misses Lovenia OConnor and Agnes Hines visited friends in Mackvillo Sunday oflKirklanc1 ents hereMr and Mrs1 J W Wall HopM G Leach mad has been on the sick list for the past few days Mr L M Cummins Qf Louis villa is visiting relatives here 11MrsIt fpringfieldI spent the day withT J Trent and family Friday Capt Vm Sweeney Jr of Lebanon is visiicg his aunt Mrsc Alice ThornpsonI years George Foley Wycoffhas again put in his appearance here ScruggiI1e The welconce rains seem to have brought good choar to heI hearts of the farmers nnI it is with renewed energy that they Yc3Sole Agents for Old Hickory 2 and Studebakeh 2 agons Headquarters FARM JVWeQuantity Bushel Carload I mm mm t J 1t r l xSL H DEA4ER IN 17 r j r t t Buggies Imp1omllts6ra1ll and Fie1dSeedsS tl ti 1 J ft I F 00 We handle Buggies Surreys Ciails of all grades to suit 1 the purchaser Agents for 1he Syiacuse HIllsIde Plow tI 1 Call and examine our etjnivej lin of Harness COIII Work Gear Buggy Robes ana Horse Blnnkets bl SEED OATS i Cash Paid for 2 BIDES alld FURS Commissioners Sale IS1EqtyDeliaBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington circuit termthereof theCourtON MONDAY JULY 25 1904 at 2 oclocjr pm or thpreaboht be ing county court day to the jhfghest bidder at public auction upon i credit of and 12 months the following described property towit Beginning at a point on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike road t corner to James Scott hence with his line as follows S- Ol 895 poles to a stake in a lraint hence down and with said rain as it S 36 J w 225 852pWesiwnce 52i w 1168 poles to a beech on side of the diain corner to said Scott thence up ttye hill runring with sa dJScotts line S 3U E 21 poles to a stake on the ridge thence S 29 E 22+ poles to a snag on a branch cornel to Prather and Yocum thence down and with the meanders ol sane S mlw GJ polps S 54i w 315 poles S2t w 31r poles S polesS45w1 jnstboveitNo th side of Water Run thtnce thence down same leaving same 2 3 on the lleft bank as you go 90 poles to a stake opp site niouthof the kng branch therce up and with the meanders of 16IN 2GJ E 18 poes to mouth of thetN 53i E 15i poles thence N 8l- E Ii poles thence N 42oE HI polestoa beech snag N 48A E 24 poles thence N 49 18 68 poles thence N 20 E 1836 poles thence N 46J E 4 poles to end Of a slat fence tySOJ E 4 poles to a stone Prathers corner also corner to Cheatham thence witn the fetjce as it now stands running on the Cheatham line leaving the fence on S 69 E 134 poles 363 poles thence S BUlSRide poles to middle ofl thence with middle dl 36 92 poles to the beginning containing 73J acres For the purchase price the pur chaser or with approved security or sureties muse execute bond hearing legal interest from date 01 sale until paid and haying tne force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms I M G LEACHMAN Ml C wc c seem to push their work andjrFnnnyandj s uJter nn fly at HUlsboro Miss Ora parnay of Moores yule was tee pleasant guejtof MissSallie Hendren Sunday After a holering illness of six long and wqary months death came on last Thursday night as a sweet release to the suffering bjdy of our fiundi and neighbor Mrs PhcebUul n She was a kind and loving nTother a faithful and affectionate sister and a staunch friend to all who knew f her Her remains were carried to Antioch qfemeery for burirl H T Scruggs and wfe visited ie families of I M Lj ucb of city and A M Bynch fc Simms S tLlyeekeo R S Hardin is having some additional work done on his house M y Crouch has the contract IThe Fall term of school at this place will be taught by Miss CASTOR IIA it IK Watt uA Ciildiw Tin KM Yrf Kin AJWip tackf at t BarsthIgna of k r for alt 8DPIJIM SPRINGFIELD fKYl Phone Nol2Q C5 Any from a i l 6 meanders purchasers Sunday v TOrnado IarroiSl PIOi 11 4BringfYour Busies r TO THE JI New Paint Shop CASEYS OLD STAND SPRJNGFILD I1 V fBuggies and Carriages painted firstclass ifii ctlOnlgm J BATSEL PROPRIETOR Il = == 9 = = regnJatesth FOR CHILDREN 1 crying cures t Y summerCOinP4int1 I Our while teething His bowels seemed tjeyiotrki control Three physicians i Owens Pink Mixture IbisJ1fesaved I cannot sarenongk It saved baby 1 e w141t 2k a 3cW eItreIeTtr7ts V I MIS4I1SIq IFW MHBfte ud book Ure3 Tim FLOYD MEDKIl5fi COT BCTROfT HCM Itt F FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS 1 8S8g For sale by C J Haydon PharmcisjII f Rare Opporiuiiillefc I 4Q5ft Capitalists Investors fi neeekeralong the of Ihe Jf o fl Nf t I t j znl 1 rorTNROiT f 1 Great Suthwesty4ttkli 1ryvi Direct lines to fti JTerritoryi I J Tnrough Pullman Sleeping and Free Reclining Ghaiir Cars flo eseekcra Excorsloas irt ami third Tuesdays el eack lt qDescriptive literature maps folder etc on application H C TOWNSEND 9al PauengerandTIcketAget ST k usr Clara ShephejdAof Shepnxjrds ville She isan exccllentte3cfi er as has ben proven by her two years work at this Plnc v R B Scruggs attended i he at Tatham Springs Frrluy night A DrT ham wag a gitesti aVie Borne of Clark Bros last weqk t47f t FA1RPrKED OP OFESS MIonansNoturtDrsfj3aGet A il i i Wood 5cCrnpbcirs j 1 You runnorlsk vhatevxrrri pur chasing dyspepsia IGUARANT1EI rt We hereby agreq to tht money paid for Mionat on return oi the empty box it the purcherte1I- us thatit has failed to cure dyspepsia or jStomucu troubles This guar antee covers two Qcboxesorn months treatment Signed WoW CambeI- TakekItonafor J a mouth r50c box contains two weeks irjeatmcnt aaillf does not help you bring back t empty lx xe to Voo4 Campbell theI rr hey wiUretura your monef In accord J A uith the guarantee rr liTRIN1 a l to 1 I w Disc Qliyer cnjtIed Ii I in Mayer sarsj gave our free S8 lines i JfP f iMtk hop refund P4 Ti 5 MATTHEW 9 VCUag gerA JJLbuIeviLLE 1 t IFOlEYS KIDNEYOUR Will cure l1yease of Edn or Bladder disease that isnbeyond tile reach of medicine GIVEN UP TO DIE XranSTnIndWith akidhoT and bladder awtk I3oMSi and was unable towork ebyseIw fail td help ino and I was nupbqdjaos tMboA t second bottle I Sestirelr cured CanalI 4 BEES Laxative HONEYTAItAnI 1 Cough Lung and Brooch Remedies Cures Cough J Strengthens the Lungs an hGently Mores te Bowefe J r uutt the ttai f good alike for Yonag Had OZ pwi Amo STIPimil M lclH ciC capfUS Sold by C JHaydon DKJMBURTOJ JtIDENT DENTIST t TEETHEXTRACTED i iYITHOUT PAIN tr cl fit OrncK Hcga Block up stairs + SPEINGF1ELD KY ti f 4 j All Dental Work Strictly to N Firstclass r1 DR J H LAM TbN i f V jp OFFICE IB Opera House 4 DRSJJ SMOCK J SPHINGFJEIiD KY a 1OPPIOB Dr Riheharts for mer offices over Peoples Deposit 4 Bank Office hours l2to2pm W F GRIGSBY 4 f TTORNEYATLAW Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD JCY Dr SM Green DENTIST i nAll kinds pi dental work Teeth extracted without pain Offices formerly occupied by Dr Hord hone 5 O SPRINGFIELD KY i ffIIIWIIYATPMD iSPRINGPIELD KY 1 Office in PeOples flank Building l Residence 93 Telephones f Office 95 H JAMES GRAVES r PRACTICAI litciniale rrand Jeweler H Carries a lineoE WotcheF Clocks and Jewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located aLT W Simras Jr old law office opposite CourtHouse Springfield Ky 4 Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eard town arid Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm r arrives at Springfield 645 pmjNo 421Leaves Springfield ati 580 tfm Bardstown 617 am b Bard 10 vn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 7b5 am No 43 Ledves Louisville at 730am Batdstown Junction 930 pm Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield at 120 pm Bardstown 230pm o Bardstown Jim tion 435 pm arrived at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards tov n 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 aina NolJ Sundays onlyLeaves J Louisville at6 pm Bardstown JuocXioD 650 pm Bard town 1735 pni arrives at Springfield 825 pjhi JOHNY MAYS s FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND MBAlMR TELEPHONE DAY19 NIGHT 74 I SPRIGFiELD KY rrI U veYou Haulin To DC kfsocaUup J L AELEN I f at the Depot FREIGIIT AND TRUNKS I rtHuled Furniture Moved ril aiihrig in the hauling atfti e asonable rates PHONE 22 Bees LAXATIVE Honey and Tar is different from all other cough yrnps It contains antiseptic proper ties todestroy the germs solvent properties to cut the phlegm and lax ative properties to cleanse the system Jtee Laxatiro Honey and Tar is a pleasant permanent cure for ai cbtitrhs colds lang and bronchial trou tlcB Sold by Haydons Pharmacy 4 Wear agents for the famous little UfrfptllsMrece tiy discovered by the I YeiKMble Dr Dade of Chicago Per slwho have useclDadesPJlls win have no other1They cir constipa tion Sold by Haydons Pharmacy J I TOI All AboutYourself Friends I ndAcquntancescccc 1IM Side meat from sftd lie ai Campbells All kinds of fruits received daily atJa W Hagans Nice country lard silver leaf and snowdrift Campbell I For la good grind stone see ours anciget price Campbell We are making special prices in furniture this week at Camp bells Asgood sorghum as wag ever in Springfield at 45c a gallon at Campbell sji queenswaretatithe f Hagan Bros See our line of gray granite and enameled preserving kettles and get prices at Campbells Prescriptions compounded by registered druggists only Wood Campbell We want your hams shoulders and bacon highest prices paid Hagan Bros Ary thing you want I have got itand anything you have got to sell I want iti C W Hagan Special attention given Pysi cians prescription day or night Wood Campbell Dont pay ten dollars fdr a good saddle when we will sell you One for 750 at Campbells grocery Complexion brushes and sponges bath sponges aill carriage sponges at Wood Camp bells Two cases of F hrs malt tonic beats going oft to the Springs and is much cheaper C W Hagab Agt Send your iaundry with Jimmie Cox agent for the best steam laundry in the country Clothes called for and delivered Dont forget that we sell the Yale roasted coffee the best 1ooe- cqffeinthvnat15c f Campb llis Grocery Now is tho time to Sell yctoir bacon and I am paying the highest market price Cash if preferred C W Hagan a Messrs Miller Sutherland have bought the roller mills at Willisburg of Burns rCheatham and will continue the business Just ask your Doctor what Fehrls malt tonic will do for you when you4 are run down in gen eral C W Hagan Agt My Photograph Gallery will be closed August 1st C meat onCe if you want work this season E A Cox When you are in the market for fruit jjars and sugar it will pay you to call and see me Bduffht while they wee cheap C W Hagan Quite a large crowd of chil dren and grown folks enjoyed the Sunday school picnic give on Monday at Frederickstoviu A very pleasant day was spent lNow remember that Iguaran tee everi bottle ot Fehrs malt tonic What more could you ask Your money back if not satisfied C W Hagan Agt Now stop and think you cnn not live but once1so why not feel like living while yoii live Fehrs malt tonic is what you need C W Hasan Agt Drop in as you go to supper and take a bottle of Fehrs malt tonic withybu andseQ how much better you feel when you awake in the morning iCi W Hagau Agt LOST A taft Eton jacket with brass buttons and a black 1lustre Eton jacket bet ween the residence of M H Jones and Jarboe Campbells mill Reward if returned to Grundyi Claybrooke Mclntire Rev W H Williams has accepted jthe call to the pastorate of Springfield Baptist 4 church and will preach regularly from now Rev Williams is an able preacher and has made a good impression with his congregation Mrs Bascom Hardin who lives near Polin was accidontly shot by her nineyearold granuson rwiiOO mnw woo Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest c c TOPICS 1 ilast Friday The boy waa toying with a receiver whicn was sup posedlo be empty when it was accidentally discharged The bullett struck Mrs Hardin in the leg jUst abov the knee in flicting a serious wound The Peoples Deposit Batik statement in this paper shows this institution in a prosperous condition Net earnings for past six months exceeded 6 per cent A dividendoL4 per cent placed to credit of stockholders 2 per cent added to surplus fund and 22815 added to undivided profits Mr Gilbert Carpenter has bought out the interest of Mr Lev Brown in the butcher shop of Kelly Brown and the business will be continued under the firm name of Kelly Carpenter Jr Carpenter is a practical butcher and knows the business thoroughly The new firm will doubtless continue to do a big business in serving their patrons With the choicest of meats Mr R H McElroy the well known farmer and stock raiser of the county possesses the only imported Shorthorn bull in the county and One of the few ever brought to the couhty Jt is a threeyearold Scotch Shorihorn and Mr McElroy bought it of Mr John M VanMeter who imported it from Canada Both the sir and dam of the animal were imported direct from Scotland Mrs Rose A Go din died on Tnesdayevening at thih fl1Of her daughter Mrs W 4Iljic Glejlan of this place aftjert jaii illness lasting severalr wdeks Mrs Goodins lipm was in Lebanon and shg had bean ieLe on a visit tp her daiighters family whpn taken sick The The deceasedwast woman of fine character ajid had many friends She w fsHhe mother of Messrs Robert alid Sam Goodin and Mrs Hilpp of iebanbnand the funeral took plaice on Wednesday morning froiriSfciAugus tines church that place Married in KansasIAh account of the marriage of ja Washington county boy Arthur H Goajtley son of Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatley of this pjacx to a young lady of Clyde Kansas has been received here The Clyde Herald saysof the wed ding A very pretty home redding took place at the residence of Mr and Mrs D M Wheat on Wednesday evening Tunev 8 1904 when their daughter Cara was united in marriage to Hr Arthur H Goatle The presents were many and handsome including gifts or value from the grooms family in Kntuclt none of whom were aple to be present The bride a fair young lady luis grownup unongst us arid has a host of friends both old and young who will miss her and who wish for her Heavens choicest blessings The groom has lived in Clyde and icinity for about three year is favorably known as un- energetic young bwjinessiiian- and has made ihanyfriends- Mr and Mrs Goatley will make their home in Wayne where they will be at homo to their friends after July first Judge Patt son Dead The many friends of Judge Charles Pattesdh at this place were greatly shocked on last Wednesday morning when the news Cattle of his death at his home in Campbellsville Judge Patteson was known to be in onditIOnlwasHe was holding court at Greens burg last week but went homevon Friday a very sick man arid grew worse rapidly until the end Judge Patteson was Circuit Judge in the Eleventh Judicial district composed of the coun ties of Marion Green Taylor pattejsonKy July 26 1852 moved with his father to Taylor county in 1861 graduated from Hanover College in 1871 was elected County Attorney of Taylor coun by in 1882 was six years Master COmmisioner was elected to the State Senate in 1899 resigned to become a candidate forCircult Judge to which office he was lected in Ib92 The funeral takes place at headachesd s sAAl iJAnd J Fyestrains i StMany who for years have suffered intensely from f It headache JJc1fonicSics of t all kinds havev found immediate and per manertt relief in properly jj adjusted glasses because eye strain was the cause We remove the cause and our cure is lasting SatisI faction Guaranteed J C CF RUSSELL J Main St Springfield Ky DR IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed j SPRINGFIELD KY Campbellsville this morning and quite a number of his friends from this place will attend Died in Louisville Cecil Gibbs a popular young man of the Willisburg neighbor hood and a son of Mr W S Gibbs the wellknown farmer and stock trader of that place died on last Sunday night at an 11elwaof the ear An operation had been performed and it was thought for a time that the young man was getting better but some complications set in and death resultedl The deceased was about 20 years of age and a most excellent young gentlemen well liked by all yho knew him The Remains w rJbroug here Mon 4r and the funeral took place t yillisburg on Tuesday morn UpgL A great many friends of tl1 young ipan and of his family family from Springfield attended the funeral Death of Mrs Kelly Died at Her home near Pen wiqkjKy June 25th Mrs Cyn thia Goatleylf elly wife of Thos P Kelly She was 70 years of age anti leaves a Ihusband and six children She possessed many Christian vjrtues and will be long remembered byher many friends and neighbors who extend sympathy to the sorrowing family After fune ral services at St Dominics church her remains iwre interred at St Rose LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postofllce for week July G1904 Mrs Kate Best Edd Demum ber 2 Louis Chambers Miss Lula Dorsey Miss Lee Anna Johnson Mr mid Mrs Wm Mullen Miss Lizzie Moran 2 MissTennie Porter G A Walton Persons calling tor inese letter will please say advertised and give date of list f VA Waters PM PERSUNAL Marshal Duncan is at hotne from college H M Grundy isAtTatham Springst11isweek Mrs TJH Rogers was visiting Louisville last weelr Miss Annie McChord js spend iing the week at Tatliam Mrs Maud Hughes pf Bloom field is visiting friends here C H Mclntire and family pave returned front Meade county Mr and Mrs Vr P Booker are atTatham Spring this week Miss Jennie Claybrooke is visiting relatives in Nelson county Howard Goatley and Al Mudd1 are at li9me this week from the City Miss Louise Montgoniery has returned from avisit to Louis vmefMiss Ida Osbocne of Rineyville is visiting atC IT Mcln tires home Mike Simms and Alex Barber are home from school for the holidays Miss Emily Rodgers of Leba non is visiting her aunt MrsI Fred Hagan Miss Sallie Pope is visiting tier mother Mrs M E Pope this week Mr J L1 Allen and family Promptly and Neatly Done at Reasonable Prices Ky j spent the fourth w1th friends in Louis vi lIe v Miss Mary McCabe is the guess of Mss Ruth Bell at Fair field Will RussellI and Neal Boblitt visited friends at Willisburg this week Miss Rebecca McElroy was a guesto Miss Louise McElroy last weekIMiss Elise Durrettof loom field is a guest of hesistei Mrs M W Hyatt James L Wharton Jr of Louisville spent the Fourtn with his parents here Mrs Joe Mclntire of Louis ville is visiting her daughter Mrs J W Reidel Misses Lidia WcElroy and Liz zie Waters are visiting Mrs John grown at Lebanon Mr and Mrs Bjron Croake are in the Tatham Springs neigh borhood thisweek Little Miss Cecelia Harcourt of Lebanon visited her cousin Miss Ann McChcrd Misses Stella Slattcry and Sarah Simms visited friends in Lebanon last week Miss Agnes Clements of Louis yule is the guest of Misses Mag and Mayola4 Clements Miss Rowlett of Louisville is the charming guest oCher cousin Miss Bessie Roberts MissEuphenia Wells of Louis vile is a guest at the home of her brother TDWeUs Mr F R Hodapp and family have gone to housekeeping hi the C McChord country home Misses Fannie Smith and Ed die Shader were Visiting friends at FredericKstown last week Miss AnnieLong of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Mary Lewis has returned home Mr and Mrs Emmett Nunan of tuisvillti are guests at the bome of Mrs Margaret Nunan Mr Will Pettus of Brodhead Ky spent several dajs witht his brother Mr Joe Petlus last week Miss Mary Lewis went Ho Greensbrarg this week where she was called by the death of her aunt Miss Grace Caldwell of Louis yule who has been visiting Miss Margaret McChord has returned home c Mr and Mrs George Colvin have gone to housekeeping in the house vacated by Dr Ro BardsMrs Danyer Cravens of Wood Ilawn has returned home after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs VK Marks Davis McElroy a popular young man of Lebanon has accepted a position as tinner with McElroy Shullz Mr Joe Edd Redding after an extended visit to friends and relatives here has returned tohis home at Yazoo City Miss Misses Jessie Manget and Mary Catherine Lemon are charming little visitors at the home of Mrs John W Lewis Mr E E Miller has moved with his family into the new house recently built by Miss Fannie Wall on thet Selecma lot Margaret Greene entertained a few other friends at herbome last Friday in honor of Margaret Abel of Lebanon who is visiting her this week The young then of the town gave a hop at toe Opera House on the night of the Fourth which was well attended and enjoyed by ailDr J B R Bards has gone to New York whera he will take a special posti graduate course and will atten4f medical lectures Mrs RoB rd3 will spend the time with b parents in Mercer county PflMltry Ticket No 337 iis the lucky number in the ron test Thc holder of this number will please present same and carry away the prize M H JONES When bilious take Chamberlains t Stomach Liver Tablets For sale by CJ Haydon IAPP fc ILLEfi- Manufacturersof Harness and Strap Work Repairing Springfield QUARTERLY REPORT o om CONDITION OF PEOPLES DEPORT BANK INCORPORATED V SPHiNGFIEU KY At close of Business june 30 1904 RESOURCES r Lons and Discounts L19IU090 Overdrafts secured i 4764 29 Overdrafts unsecured 000 Due from National banks S 817115 Due from State banks k bankers 1328794 Due from Trust Companies 000 2145909 Banking House and Lot J 00 Other Real Estate 000 Mortgages J 14000 00 USBonds Other Stocks and bonds Specie 488110 Currency 475500i 963610 Exchange for Clear ings 000 Other Items carried as cas j 000 Furniture and Elitarea Fund to pay Taxes CnrroBt Expenses Jast quarter jwl i Total j246170 sa LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid inincasn h SSOtXX 00 Surplus Fund L 1700i 00 Undivided Profit 911 98 Due Depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest Is not paid 13869022 Deposlts subject t6 check on which interest is paid 0IDemand certificates of deposition which interest is not paid 1 0 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid S39S68181782C8 40 Swing deposits on which is paid tjk Of Certified checks 00 Due National banks 00 Due State banks bankerscoDue Trust Companies j 0 Cashiers Checks dntstand ing 0 Bills rediscounted = == 0 Unpaid dividends Twzesdue and unpaid 0 Capital stock not paid j 0 Total 246170 38 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholderi person company or firm including in the liability lof the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof dfrectly or indirectly ifsuch Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual mount of surplus of the bank None How ia indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured None Highest amouut of indebtedness of ant director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 pprcent of paidup capital stock of bank None How is same seemed None Does amount indebtednessi of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or thin the liability of the individual members theredf exceed 30 per cent of the paidup capital and actualsurplus- No If so state amount of such indebtedness None Amount of last dividend 2000 Were all expenses losses interestand taxes deducted thereform before de daring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profit of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declaied Yes rState of kontucky ISIK County of Washington J JA Boulware Cashier of peoples Deposit Bank a Bank located and doing business on Main street in the town of Springfield In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the dose of business on the 30th day of June 19Q4 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says Chat the business of aim Bank has been transacted at the Tpcatlon named and not elsewhere and that the abovereport is made in compli ance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designa ling the 30th day ot June 1904 tas the day on which sncn report shall be made j BQULWA E cphior Subscribed and sworn to before me by J A Bouware Cashier the 1st day of July 1904 v y A c McELROY1NP j Washington County Ky Com lissioIl expires January 9 1908 G LVHAYDON c I H THURMAN GKO D ROBERTSON Directors It STATEMENT OF THE FARMERS HAIK ofMACkVftE MACKVILE KYJ I At the close tf business June 30 1C04 RESOURCES J je Loans and Discounts Sfii670 57 Overdrafts secured 703 81 Overdrafts unsecured 710 03 Due from National banksL 5990 89 Dne from State blinks 28J 76 Banking House j 1000 00 Furniture c 1338 ttn Current Expenses S6 29 t Tota1391O84 LIABILITIES Capital tockL15i00 00 Undivided Profits 2890 12 Deposi = 006 32 Deposits bearing interest 2550 00 Due National Banks 20 00 Due State Banks 1444 40 Total 53910 84 J w S lee Cashier C1A mDi xLTA MitbeTMIKISIIt 1 r VWWi iWWiw 1iwwwVili ii WMi 43 t a 5 e Ja J IWei f I Ift I i veek below cost a lotof remt I nants in JMattings measuring I a from 5 to 20 yards to the g JJpieceqO not miss this ro op t 1 port nity to gel some good t 2 VBA y Lt I tpatterns I a l I i J 1 S IRObOSOllrBrOrOE t t Itj IIj ti j4 8I m f f t w The Delights of a 4 Summer Resort When yon go to hummer re jUetheJon dLn sit in theshade and enjoy a tool delightful breeze porthasCOI7antiwith VodorSkaiesTkerletimtke breeze andTteeponttkek t They mctkally add another room tp hoase the pleaanteat of aU urhg the Mated teaoapok5tkdwftb PQ 4 PorcK SHadesnth periecbri1aCYwhnevtn llCtM PHIeraby Vpq can aliotaVe Vudor Wiadow Shadesadiined to yonr he r they will let tbe cool breeie an4 keep out the heat of theluerft1l Tfrey are pedally coaaesded Jor wmeriM and nag upTheareaudeinaonue with the woodwork of your home You are especially requested to risk the Yndor Exhibit ja our shade department V We also in vie your special attettionto our iStockof Carpets Mattings Linoleums Rugs Lace Curtains Shades c The largest aqd best selected stock of Wall Paper shown in this section Please visit us before buying Cunningham cVDuncanN J 14i JOHN SMcELROY GENERAL INSURANCE A6EI f i Life ftre arid Tornado I O FFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK ffi During4ny absencMrom officEWF Grjgsbyi or George Neikirk will attend to alJybuinefl fortnena E x = m he Big Money Mater fop Hog Raisers f Idepended 1271yearsupon f hbJlDR HAAS PAYS FOR All HOGS 1HATUIE 11 IVj t M 25 Ib can 1253 half cans SKJSO 230 125 and 50c per Oiifejj 2O ttt Ctntut y Poultry Fdgreatest egg producer on the market Keeps fowlil IIThe prevents cholera roup and all tner poultry s 2Ibha3Oeptrpackage a Dr o sHaas LhetockReniy a Ior HvrscfT Gattht SlKtK EC y Jq As its name implies this a REMEDY not a ffood1 and It is un equalled for correctiqjf the common disorders in horpps cattle and sheep aswell as nianyof the more serious cbtnplaint A splendid I prevcntlvefromdisai f a Aif PER PAXA FORALERY I rVfcCLURB WEL1S bLr FOR CIRCULARS SPJUlfGFIELD JC an 2n t M 1 I AeIt1t if 3 Arid There is None Bettiuegrhan fe ft I or i = THE PFi IOYKH 11JBF JGB A Fence for every iMrj 6ft4 i Tv it It will turpIlythnt JUKI can W ron over any i kind of grbund AH Sixes and Assortment it 1 lltJ t rfJSOLEL9rf U M Mm r Fo U Opiate et Eacfc Others A good story about Browningf antI lecaynon is to lie round In the dlar 9t the Hlght lion Sir Mountstnar GraNt Duff Browning referred rqadll to tbo cbrtrgp of obscurity In his poetry 0He Once told me says Sir Mount taart Grant IHiff after repenting a story Wordsworth had told him illus Jtratlng his own strange want of buinoi and wit that Wordsworth after nil was unjust to himself fur that on hear ing of Brownings engagement tof Miss k Barrett hcuad said Well I suppose p they understand each other althougl nobody understands them Tennysons opinion of Browninff and incidentally of himself Is shown In his remark that Browning Is devoted tc v music cud knows a great deal about It but there Is no music In his verse I Unow nothing about music and dont care for It In tile least but mvTverse Is full of music In reading Miltons Lycidas aloud Grant Duff Tonlays Sir Mountstuart jiyson would stop at the line And oh ye dolphins watt the hapless youth I with the comment that this was the only bad line Milton ever wroteHqr perX Weekly Tke IIaiu of Jer ey I The police court of St Heller the r principal town of the Island of Jersey is remarkable In several respects First r she proceedings are always opened with prayer second It frequently happens that after prayer there Is no more business and every one goes home t There Is little crime committed In the island that the police force twenty strong IIs kept tip only for visitors The beautiful carving in oak which forms Sthe rostrum of thlscourt is the work IV of a lady named Coxedge a resident of the Island The dock Is remarkable u for its spaciousness and comfort The v authorities are very lenient with their prisoners who are kept here for court I and station are under one roof In the words of the yenlal old turnkey When we gets cut brought in drunk during the day if they behave well we lots em out at night Every bobby is obliged to know the Psalms Its all has to do j Billiard BauM Billiard balls are made of Zanzibar ivory the other Ivory known as the Bombay ivory being too liable to crack or chip The Zanzibar Ivory is soft arid therefore lasts better The regu lation ball Is two and threeeighths Inches In diameter and a set of four costs about SOi They dre rough turn Iedthiat is turned oajlftle larger tItan the halls are to be wfion flnlshedand are stored away in Open crates fee from sixteen fo twentytwo months to 1seaseti the Ivory after being turned f and to allow any shrinkage to take place before tile balls are finished If the balls were not seasoned in this fway they would be liable to shrink after they were finished and as they c onjy shrink in the direction of the grain they wquld become oval insfcad of remaining round as they should be and If would be necessary tp have thorn turned again Many John SmithsI In Latin John Smith Ms Jolianus Sinlthlus In Italian Giovanni Smith dr FiibbronI In Spanish Juan Smlthas Iji Duiclv Hans Schmiths or Schmidt or J3ehmltzcs In French Jean Smeets in Greek Ion Skmlton in Polish Ivan Schmlttlwelskl In Welsh Ilhon- SchmiddVla Scotch lean iowans in r linsslan Jcnloff Skinlttowskl In Chi nose jJahon Shimmlt In Icelandic Saline imithson In Mcxlean Jontll FvSmlth in Tuscarora Ton Qu Sinit tin Heroic Vnr Mcn nrcy Chaka a great African native chief trained a powerful array which was funions in war If a regiment was beaten it Wits slaughtered on Its re turn to ihc kings palace If any man r IbsC lila weapon In war he was killed for cowardices If the duet wanted to see what kind of weapons were most successful he woald order a sham fight with them in which real lives would lielost r Enulor Laryer AJawycr Ip a courtroom may call a man a lid scoundrel villain or thief and no one makes a Complaint when i court has adjojirned If a newspaper urlntssuch reflections oa a mans char cctcr thereIsa libel suit or a dead edi tor And this Is owing to the fact that people believe whtU an editor says what a lawyer says rs no figure Result County Cole Courier I ylnw to Forget It 1 iMfklni lielIor old man What do youthlnlrof that cigar II gave you last flight mflrlnsrDont ask me to thlpi Im trying to forpot It Let those who complain of having to work umlwVnto to Co nothing If this d os not canvqrt theN nothing will Ha who comatfts an Injustice Is ever ru it Ito vhio suf fers lt Wato Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trptf IanysCured 3tr6 are seven main features of 4 4icart dlseaAj viz Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Nouralcla 3 Valvular Disorder Dilation Enlargement Fatty Deg aera t lion 7 Dropsy Documentary evidence will provo thousands of cocalled Incurables have been afasplutcly cured by Dr Miles Kew Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis I ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc symptomsShortness 9 ySmothcrlnff Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on ono side Tnlnting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Taleness of Pace and Ups Palpitation Nlshtmaro Irregular Pulse ialth ncs NewHeart Cure speak of its meritswhenever opportunity prcsnts 1 cannew eo up and down stairs with ease wberi thre weefca aro I could linrdly waUFne bloc One Meram still Jn good health die Heart Cura Jd so iueIi for sue that I finci it a fargreater medicine titan von claimed It D NorthtobeD1QUNQj5 Mojwy back If first bottle fallsito benefit arid ws wIll mall you Fre Trial Package ot 1w MIS AitIaIn Pilli the New pclei4IIe Remedy or PaJn Also Symp dIagnosejour FAdaressCOLBQILITQIUE2 t Hair Ralnlnjr Just when the mutilation of the dead by tearIng the skin from the head be gan vill never be known for the origin Is lost itthe midst of ages the record extending back beyond even the inytli lent period of mans existence In the book of Maccabees It Is recorded that al the termination of one of the battles of whlph that bloody history Is so full the victorious soldiers tore the skin from the heads of their vanquished foes This would be evidence that the custom of sculp taking was one of tlu indulgences even of those people of whom ve have rccorjl in thin Bible Be it as It may it Is an established fact that the custom Is a universal one so far as savage mutt is concerned Whether ethnologists can build n the ory of a common origin ot man from this or not or whether this can betaken as an evidence that the Indian are the descendants of the lost Israelite Bribes because of their habit of securIng ni9mentos of hair from their fallen en cmles iis something time alone will do velop Be that as It may it Js4a fact that all Indian tribes to a certain ex tent scalp their enemies who have fall en In battle London Globe Curiouii Fact In Natural history An Incident nhlcli will be interest lug to naturalists is told in a recent nuluberiof the Scotsman One of the forestorsIu the employ of the Marquis of Lothian was returning frrfm his work when he noticed a wild duck fly lag from a larch tree On close exami nation he observed a common brown owl looking down from what appeared to be a nest In the cleft of the tree about thirty feet from thin ground and apparently near the place from which the duck had flown Curiosity prompt ed him to clleib to the place which he did with great difficulty The owl ou his approach flew oil and to his sur prise he found In the nest two eggs an owls and a wild ducks It is not uncommon for both owls and ducks to build their jucsts high up on trees but It is unheard of for one nest to be ap propriated by both birds A Clever Minlntcr To the town of Xorrldgewock in Maine said a clergyman a strange minister once came to preach lie preached duly and after the sermon was over he mingled with the congre gation expecting that sonic one would Invite him to dinner One by one how ever the congregation departed offer ing the hungry minister no hospitality and he began to feel anxious Where was he to eat As the last eacon was leaving the church the minister rushed up to him and shook bin warmly by the hand I want you to come home and dine with me the minister said Why where do you hives said the deacon About thirty miles from here The deacdn reddened 40h you come and dine with me Instead ho said A Gypsy Prophecy An English magazine relates a curl Otis instance of gypsy prophecy The third Earl qf Malmesbury as Lord Pltzharrls was riding to a yeomanry review near Chrlstchurch when his 6r derly some distance In front ordered a gypsy woman to open a gate The gypsy woman quietly waited till Lord Fitzharrls and his staff rode up when she addressed them saying 0110 you think you are ajlotof fine fellows now but I can tell iou that one day your boiies will whiten fn that field Lord Fitzharris laughed and asked tier t1mf lint c1m thnught they were going to have a bdttlci adding It was not very likely In lliat case they would choose such a spot Jore than forty years later the field was turned into a come tory A Cotmtf y of LlnKnI Almost every native of Iceland even the peasants and fishermen can speak ai llijast one foreign language besides his local Danish dialect Some years ago It became a fad to study languages and now a person speaking only one tongue jis looked down upon as ex reraely Ignorant English leads then come German and French Tapers in these three languages are read exten Ively lnvlceland and may be found till the village reading rooms The Head and Feet The connection between the head and feotis well known A hot head Is ordinarily relieved by a hot footbath So cold feet tend to congest time brain and other Internal organs Sometimes cold feet are caused by tight lacing or tight fitting gljoes But It Is as much a suicidal act jto hasten death by coin pressing thelUngs or time feet as by Compressing the neck with a rope A Serious Decision Beatrix aged six after remaining In leepthought for quite two minutes ad Iressing her mother who has been choosIng frocks for tier Mummy dear before you buy the frocks Ive thought It ili over and I think Id rath or be a boy London TitBits C9nflncil to His Room Benefactor How Is your husband now rny dear woman Poor Woman I am sorry to say sir he Is confined to his room Benefactor Could I see him Poor Woman Possibly sir If 3OU applied at the county Jail Nothing but Praise Mr Richley had nothing but praise for your work for him before the citK Sons committee said the friend Yes replied thejobbylst gloomily nothim but praise Philadelphia Press Perfection IiuslaundVmorwhintg the znit ter with this cake Wife There cant be anythjn he matter Time cookery book says it Is the most delicious cakt that am be n ado Time P flee For n PupiL And thore Is one thing about time pupil of the qvethilt I cant say about lots of Other pupils rcmaVked time teacher L 9 What Is that asked time scholarsIn chorus 9t1s ahVays found up around time lead Ycnkfcrs Statesman aLISi St Mr Totteritld you marry a very Id man WIth a good deal of money If 1iti told you frankly how old lie was cud how muchlhe was worth MIs timely Hpv jrifich Is he worth w Tien He Vent Unwelcome StiltopTTliats a lovely onjr It nhviy carries roe away Slio If I Iirid kn jwn how raucji pleasure It could give un both I wotild have stlnjj It earlier In hc evening The tJiittnl lorkinl It makes no difference how small boy is Wlicnjhls mother scldm Lira site Iways says You ought to be musham- ccl Ct yoursejr n big boy like you r INWGESTI iotI I WM tronblorf with rtoin ich trouble Thedordg Black Draught did me more good inonoweektbanalithcdoetorsa yearIfflS SARAH E BHIRFIELD llettaviIIeInd- TbedlordsBlackDraught nickly invigorates the ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion Jf ypu will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa Btonally you will keep your perfcctcondition THEDFORW LARDRAU4IIT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhcoa anti dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All drtrggiits sell 25cent packag- csThctlfords Black Draught is the best inetH cine to regulate the bowels usedMRSASneadiFerry COnSTIPAM THE YOLKS OF EGGS Those of h Heildjali Hue Better Tiiau the laic Yellow There la most probably an importan dietetic difference between two eggs time yolk of one of which is a very pale yellow color and that of th6 other a rich almost reddish color It Is a no torious fac tiiat time country prodijcct egg imij usually be placed iditlr the latter description while time egg produced by tho hen that is under an un healthy timid limited environment shows an anaemic color generally a very vale yellowl Thjf eggs of wild birds as for example the plover show a yolk b a rifli reddish color The substance which contributes col or to the yolk of the egg Is Iron just as It Is iron which gives color to time blood anti there secuis to be little doubt that the iron compound Jn time yolk of thoiegg is of a similar nature to that of time blood It is easily as slmllated and eggs arc regarded as a suitable food for time anaemic person as they present a concentrated tual generally easily digested form of nu trlmciit rich In iron The Iron corn pound kit the egg tins in fact beer termed n haomatogcli because it is probable that from It the Ulood of the chick Is derived Time amount of iron In the yolk of an egg would appear to Increase with time Intensity of Its color and thqre can be little doubt that the maximum is reached m the richly col orcd yolk of the egg produced by a fowl existing In healthy suroundlngs for then Its processes of nutrition would be working under very favorable con ditious As an article of diet there fore the egg should be judged not by the color of its shell but of the yolk which should be of a rich reddish rath er than of a pale yellow color Lancet THE ENGLISH TAILOR lie UHCI lo Ee lluiiildc nt Now He Is ft IIiitiKhtj Vnniiilre Of late bo It noted tho tailor hris be come quite an nnreasonstble amid gratui tOns drain on nil inrns purdclg lornicrly you were his patron HP was jry civil and gave you unlntcr niittent opportunities seeing thern top of his hend Kiitl the bitch Of his neck He rubbed his hands amid crawled be tore you for o guineas a suit If you paid any litne before the death of the senior partner in his bltslness he bowedyou to your etiiHpage and said In his heart that you were a great gen tleman Today ho is a vampire he sucks your blood he walks erect ho chooses cloth for youjyou must have what he tells you to have his tcnuH are CMSh ondc llvely his credit wIll lust you iix month and as oftPij as not he is a member of your friends club lie Is time person who makes you or mars you With his bit of sont toiic lie can turn you out just so or not just so Be civil to him I adjure ymt You nr j only a poor soppy brainless trlv clihg nisc f a tuna If you be not well dr fl Bai will become a yrock a hnllfl ffolict a castaway on the imiisty S KT cs of buImmess uml soeloty- Louudoli Giiitlewoman The Telltale That was aiicnUmrrassing position in which a fashionable New Yorkjvoni an found herself recently Site was Invited to a wedding but did not think either of her limits was good enough for time occasion So she visited her mil liners and Inid an exceedingly costly nfftiir sent home on trial Slip vote It at thtf wedding and time next day drove to time inlllinerls maul returned It saying It dd not suit It happenod that time hatmaker wjio quite undcrsiood the situation hail been KlinilarJy tiled soy eral times of late Did you mt wear this lint at time Blank weddingtyeMcr day she asked bluntly Taken lby Burnrise time society woman owned ill bat asked How did you know Oh it was quite easy I we jJcveraJ grains of tied In the folds of time lace A Grctrktiiuc ICnfilr CuNtoin- A writer on tholvAlllrs of South Af rica says A Ppndo chief In very old jndays on accession to lime throne would kill one of his brothers and ivash hi lila blood to strcngtlton him self and then voitld keep lib medicines In the skull of time dead brother a irnctlcc which raised time ptfwer of the ncdiclno to the1 nth as mathemati clans would say If a warrior of con spicuous bravery IS killed in war his jody la inade Into medicine atl admin tcred to time young men to make then riiTca practice which may well have Ijeeim time basis of cannibalism The flog VIifi cr An old church official In England Yas the dog whipper wJio was employed In driving or romovlijg dogs from the various churches hud who Is often alluded to in vestry accounts as for example paid time dog whipper 10 shillings to Wlddow Sandys the ears sallery for log whipping 5 shill hugs Implements known as dog tongs wore also used by those dog vhlppcrs of them being spiked at the end and capable of giving a cruel grip They nrd still preserved Jn some of the old churches rime inI5is1mwonlalLa Intclmke nristociaItire heath telU the feminine dction oflt nujve Iraout withqut a lalehkey Wtcamvt latchkejsi over hero but wo dnt ijp ft in the Hritisl wjy The Amfiin woinan ties her key iii thccortwr of her handkerchle or hides It Under Uie taut or puts it in io her puree along vfItli cold creamrec iNs nnd car tickets slid samples rho Kiijrlltlnronian iMradosher8 The wo man who khnwrf her tells me that she preciouststiuuesShe has seen tucai gikled and strung from belts she has seen them witl pins on tIme ImcJc of tiieni worn ai LroqcheSj She tolls that time Eng lisawonian would ho sooner leave liei latchkey at home tlmn her uabaiu Avould his unth The timing is loetslblj hew to time Eitgllslnvoman an4 being nut is paradeifl With orr here it ig an old story Possessing time re ality tho symbol is Af small moment Jo us We nro rontcnt to leave tin latclikey under the mat Washinstor Post A Philosopher nit n Itlhlicrnmn Herbert Spencer once won a curious vvagcr lie wits staying for afiahing holiday In the house Qf Sir Franflj 1owell the president oif time Scottish academy and vhlie angltug for trout lie happoned to drop his eyoglatfecii into deep pool of the river In the even log lK jelated ilsiinIgwivcntLre to his h st and time guests and said that he was irepared to bet that he would re cover tho plnccnez from time bottom of the pool Ills friends declared that tlTa was an Impossible font but Her bcrt Spencer still offered to make the bet III challenge was accepted by one of time visitors Uponjthe following fenliig Spencer rotiimed tto time house Aitji time nilHsliig eyeglasses He hmtd fastened a strong magnet on tIme em of his tlMhiug hue ami flgiicd for time glasses until It cainc Into contact wRit their steel rinw Floatlnw TiirsclM of the Sen Even tIme Lreiich mind Brlthdi war shiiw that patrol the Newfoundland coast luring tlxTflahery season do not escape the danger of Icebergs crowdec with men ami carefully navigate though time vessel are Time Ice masse servo a novel purpose for time lleets tIme summer through being used targets for big glum iirfl tlce When specially formldKble 0116 drifts alonj past St Johns a cruiser llps hcr moor ings and mils to KA after jt pelting ft with projectiles imtil ehe ilres awaj her allowance It Is one of time sight of St Johns the endless proccsslor of icebergs ed every size and shape that drift by day after day cliajm lug the eye tutu cooling time sumihei atmosphpre Soinetiihes they grouml In time harbor mouth sitU prevent shlpi entering or leavlug P T McGrath In McClures PnlcNtlnc When one thInks of time great events that have tfikon place In tIme HolyLanrt time multitude of cltle villagew aud towns the countless millions who have been born there nail whpse bones now lie In its Took ribbed hills time small dimensions of Palestine are almost startling West of time Jordan where liiost of time historic events took place Jthere mire only 3800 square miles lu eluding all time geographical dirisious new called Palestine Including the mini both east uretit of time Jordan the total arat te 9840 s nmre miles Tho length of PalesMne from north lo outh Is about 150 mites It varies lu breadth from twentythree to eighty mild Wuntcd Smie of ISis Art At a unmet in London Tn odor WattsDuatwi arfkl It teiit general ly known flw TariMT the painter aul Dr Aiujiistfts 1ritciMird t iuo Hred to gether for a year In Clieyne row TIme iintcr aud tiw pbyuician hnd a tine garden and they took a good deal of pride in their floW0m lint the garden guile did not kvork well sad one day Turner iKSattiK It wouldnt open put thJhly gave opiers tlwt It lie lifted tip It was thought that thte odd set wotiW ennige Ausuajtiw I rltdmHil butt on bo lngt d of It all he sakl yas Oh well lOilt timr wJint Itinamr does to time gale so long U he doesnt paint it cdi Every otw knows when he contracts a cold ountteiciXMt Not with coW in tIm kidtiojw ami bowels ThcT ItW ney Itowerer are time wegk Point in many inca aikl women nowadays and they may b well protacied by ueiti1utg a nJllofVWtcJtaiiiiol which nboitKl lie about a foot wide sad go twice aroiiml time vnlst for wjutw aikC once for stint mer Try It mtlertf you have tendency to Ua fier or kitlaey trotiWw Kschangc I iA Msu Itiiiik HaUam bI1reei1r oyerdrwmt your miciowtI whiattthtrYq teivoifkjwtjf woreraoney In the bank v ILc lilcal Afine tonX I think tS e out orlaiiiey lccjro e of time Httle Ive trawn WuIK lit go aoiueWktre else A IhtlfN tIi RIvcrSr yiiAttlo you do when you write npln ii ngtt with juuipu I irthncW Ilruiii try to lie thauk DO YOU GETUP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Kakcs You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure tp know of the wonderful u ii It ctires mads by Or it Kihners SwampRoot- 7 Ithgm9tkidneyitver I IFt LcIt is the great mpedi l citriumphoftheniJk r li byIL rwnt kidney and bladT kr spaqlallst and Is curinlamebias and Brights Disease which Is the worst term of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rtc amended for everything butlf you have kid nay liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested n somany ways In hospital work in private iradftice purhaicevery case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers f this paper M have not alrea ytried It may have a ample bottle sdht free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to ind out If you haye kidney or bladder trouble When writing mentlog reading this generous offer In this paper and fC ff L send your address logi KinerCoBIhghamton iii1greguar fifty cent and Hon cf Swimpito- ooUwjlzcaarc sold by all good druggists a t BILLIARD CUES The Variety That 3Inr Ee Found Tn Styles Wood and Prlcesi Bllllrtrd cues vary greatly iu weight and prke according to tho woodpi used In their making Time tops of all good cues aro made of maple wood The ma pie ig senKOued Ju the open air for from sis to twelve months and kiln dried to prevent warping after time cue are fiiitehedl Time butts ore mnde of ebOny supote ulahognnyj rosowood cocokbolo tulip rit anti simke usedLteuuie the heaviest wood The cost of these various woods except tluesuake wood and ebony iIs time same Ebony and sHakcwootl brlug a slightly In trogaei prlcQ The best cues mire those of natural i balance that Jsv that mire weighted by the clear woofl and are not loaded or bored although some players prefer thc loaded or bored cues mind have them constructed to suit their taste I There la a large choice in cue tips flat tips round tips narrow tips and broad tiFiibtt there In no real mutter ence between them It behrg nil a matr tot tff What cacti playor fjuncleg The only tip wlileii has nap advantage over the othets iIs the removable tip which can iMruiretfrewed from the cue amid re mummyIIn cue tips Is calfskin taken from tile- hendl Just lwt6 of the ears where the lath r Is both tlittk and soft No oth or leather would do as it is either too thin or too hard Time French calfskjn is c isiderwl slightly better tHan time Amefican but there is not much choice between them Tko rcsulnr ues cost from 50 cents to 10 time rtifferenec iiprlce being duke to time inlaid fniicy woods pear or ivor nimmt Ih1tCit isory joints anti tips cord about tIme grip orna meshed butts other similar addi tlou The jointed cuesaremado most ly for travel and the best cues arc not jointed unless so ordered as the Joint ed cues are not so strong as the single piece cues To offset time perspiration of time hands and to afford a Better grip the butts of the more expensive cues are cord wound or have ornamental corru pntions Tho dies given for prizes at tqurna montSare handsome affalrsfcInlald with different colored woods with a name plato of pearl and cost from SJU to 20 Same cues have been given for prizes at time leading clubs tlmtljave hnd J5old name plates and have cost as munch as 0flNcw York Times Pulltcncan of Mexican Children In Mexico a group of lads from seven to twelve will meet and each boy vftjl decorously lift his lint and saluta tions of extreme courtesy will be ex clHuicd and thdn come the boyish chatter the runt and time laughter the same as anywhore Boys there treat their elders with respect An old man or Avoman Is not time butt of the jouth of Mexico llather for time old people are reserved time slmdicet seats under tlie trees In time nitric A Mexican boy or girl on catering a room walks around among time company slinking Imudj uit1m nil and on leaving the roam dQfis tIme attune tTrbanlfy is taitght in time public schools as arith metic le at home There is no one jos tlwl on time street The best sent in tite liorso ear Is promptly given up to ithiles who never fail gracefully to ac kttOffltdKtt the favor I have hover seen a Mexican gentleman full to give lblel seat to t woman whether ahe was rlrtily or poorly dresodiRural Home Cral1s That nut CocoanntM drabs which live ooeoanutH AvWch they pick for themselves uro fauml In time Coral inlands X tur6 has prtn tdiHl this orustncenii with claws awl nlpptra of onorjnous Btrcugth and it is supi oiHxl that the crab elRubs the cocoa jmhiiK detaches the nuts lt reatliw the umuct of the fruit by pick lug timid rapping Avijh Its claws at time end of time nut where the three small holes arejto be found till a slight breach is iimdc Then time nippers are brought Into two for time rough libers which sum rouiHl time shell These he shreds wltli his nipper awl conveys to Ills burrows where they forum a comfortable bed for the crab while he is changing his coat Sotno of these crabs attahi a length of orer two feet anti Mve in Iwioe vhlch have made iii tin earth at time toots of tropkal treei Unit In the AillromlnelCK- parwta hi 1mim1book pQti earth rpuj the angleworms if bo hood yaff these huuible Uji cni tbt credit tot uukiHs ti4 earth fertile IJy Hoften Inv the sol lA imreatlj he assumed ftett they ant foifnd hf all parts 0f time vorW i 1IW eraien hi lie Adirondack know tfeiyLthis fe not tthe case In tUat region trfertile cnou li wlien flure J ttit bet ttlw tees ami rovka tbere aro itp parthwornis The guides uoweve4 tnkon jmlas to pljiiU irorms lii eomivepltnt open iwtclies of tI Aslua coatryr The ttM tlirlvo ajtltere mire alunys hie- umttiiete1it halt fih with but they dq tKpread thronjrh the forest GPCIJ h rns qenscqurnlly not know imo- sytoet Imlt upati tlir own hoorsiutl ob When matt lunhls picture taken trltlt his fjtmlly lie shows Onjiis pho opii We fitr that lie was forced Into t AtHiison Jlnbo 7w SENT BACK FOR THE PURSE Snlccnan UseJ nil Empty Wallet ta Study humanity Plckjliig ap a Vornout empty pocket book a salomnati hi 6ne of the large iiiry goods stores the other day thought he would have a little fun with It He therefore placed It on time counter halt concealed by time goods lying on It Presently a shopper entered Iler eyes lighted on time wallet as by instinct arid while pricing half a score of arti cir she eniloavQrejl to cover It quite arttqwriy of course now with her hanilkeichlef thou with her satchel and again with her umbrella The salesman without appearing t j notice her nctlana eaich time removed the pocketlkrok qj t of danger and Into light iriiiHlIy she adopted new tactics and picked it up wlth time remark Somebodys left a psckctbook Yes replied the clerk interroga tively Thank you Ant he took the leather and disappeared with it for a moment tpon hits return the woman asked with a Alight show of interest Was there much in It Only J replied the salesman care lessly with time ease of one who has beun us ur to lying nil his life And who will get It if It Isnt called for asked time shopper Time firimi is the eplgrammatlcai re spans The woman wcnt out In ten or fit teen luinutos a boy came In and asked Was a pocketbook with 3 found here this morning Yes replied tIme salesman but it has been tallied for Oh said time boy and retired Anti tIme salesman smiled audibly Chicago Tribune THE SUGAR CANE We Have UorroTVcd It From India ntlrc Home TIme sugar b and Its uses have been kitowji In India its native home from tijneiinmemotlal It is perhaps time earliest souiie from which sugar was produced and all other modes manufacture been borrowed fre or based on It The early classical writers knew sugar vaguely as honey of canes To time GrccoRonian world the sugar cane was time reed which the swarthy Indians delighted to chew and from which they extracted a mysteri Otis sweetmeat It was the Arabs those great car riers between the easfaud westrwho Introduced the cane in time middle ages Into Egypt Sicily and the south of Spain whore it flourished abundantly until West Indian slnvqry drove it out of the field for n time and sent the trade In sugar to Jamaica and Cuba Early In time sixteenth century the cane wns taken fronr Sicily to Madeira anti time Canaries Thence l found Its way to Brazil and Mexico to Jamaica and Uniti Cane sugar wife well known in Italy about the second cen tury andliasbccn couiinpu In Eiigiaudi since tIme Tudor period The strenuous days of great Ellzalioth hind sugar for their stick and ginger was hot i the mouth too as we all well reujcmbcr Cornhlll Magazine S ySoiuc ChlncMC Baths A traveler iii Mongolia writes There ar j some hot springs by the road about twenty miles iiorth of Chlngpeng Time pluee Is named Tang shan Time arrangements for those anxious to benefit by theiu healing properties are very primitive A row of twenty or thirty wooden boxes the sle of an ordinary packing ease are ranged beside time road In thcsoslt bithmeii0 very age mind both scmxe with Ci leads protruding Attcn dauits iti bijpkets contltinously refill the iomztsit from time springs LOt less luxurious timers there Is accommoda tion in a pool1 which has been dug out closeby In this they squat scooping up time water timid pouring It over their heads with brass basins It Is curious to reflect that establishments like Ilomburg mind AixlcsBahis had their origin In such beginnings KccHe Soldiers nail SaiI4riuI There mire Beetles in Englaiul of Jhe family known to scientist as tblephor idao that arcs popidarly called soldiers and sajlors time red species being called by tIm former name and the blue spe pics by time latter These beetles are antong the juost quarrelsome of Insects and fight to time death on time least provocation It tins long been tile cus toil among English boys to catch and set them fighting with each other They are as ready for battle as game eoeks aunt the victor will both kill arid eat his antagonist SU Nicholas Looking on the Ilrlelit Side Time lesson which I have learned in life which Is impressed on me dally and more deeply asII grow old 1stho IcHson of good will ami good hope I bcliove that todryIs heLter titan yes terday and that tcmbrrow will be bet her thftii today I bcHevej that Jn spite jf so many erreist and wrcinsrs and C4vei crimes my oouutiyihen qf till classe desire what Is gsoil and not whrtt is evhlSeimetoml hours Autbbiogrmupliy Cut It Fscfis sbt5 Viu man I mar led because uus lonely as much as or shy othjir r roiou To hilt ittcrsbly- murrlotlI for sympHhy Well said thi aicr uan you have uljo MALARIAI Is the forerunner of Typhoid and Malarial Fevers Chills Ague and Malarial Poisons An absolute preventive and cure for Malaria is VDr Carlstedfs Oerman Liver Powder It has no peer in the realm of medicine j A guarantee to cure goes with each 1 bottle The good effects of one dose will convince you of its great value has cured thousands and never a failure reported You run no risk it costs you nothing if a cure iis not effected 1 used Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder for constlpBtlon and It not only cured me but broke a case of chills of eighteen months standing I con slder it the boat remedyor biliousness and constipation I baTeererseenor tne- H BARBEE Pee Dee Ky Sold only in bottles at all druggists If not found and your dealer will not order it send us the money and we will send it prepaid Price 100 trial size 25 cents j THE AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO EvamvilM mcitt Sold locally by S 5V C J HAYDON rharwacist I AV gefablePrepataUonrocAs sioulatuig teFoodandBeguIa ling IheStoMchs awlBowels oT Promotes DfgeslionCheerfuI neiLhcrOpiumMorplthie Nor TNARc OTIC ju Jcz1 dLrrna dtMVCIl Aperfecl Remedy forConsffpn SourStomachDjarrhoWorms floss andLoss OF SLEEP FacStnulc Signature of 6ZV NEW YORK tXATCOPY0WRAEza J TPOLLOW THE FLA SALlFORBIft AND NORTHWEST The Iabash Railroad and its connections offer very low rates t6 Colonist and Home Seekers from March i tb April 30 Also ycry how round trip rafcfo San FraneisoAND Los Angeles On Account of General Conference Methodist Episcopal Church Tickets on sale April 22 to May39 For further particulars call qn ad dress P W GRBENtf Dis Pass Ajjt Wabash R RToom 3Q3 Urban Bldg rouuisvjile IC1 Soelnl tivnnteVMother Are you getting QH any Gertrude Daughter Oh yes moth or Wo used tb be lumped In will and otluTJ but nov we havt clluiU ed up into some of those present 7 Cincinnati CoinmerclalTribune Occzzpmt1omi 3Iiailmiguui coimmphaIms that sin baa o lelsuro Weii why tloesumt she tiime UP SOiiiC thiimc Slje docs She takes up pthor pee lies tiiimeliudSA Marriage In China There is no lossof time about a mar riage In China iCho bridal party eui tens a temple mind there a quantity of ilreworls mire let off Including a large number of crackers When sufficient noise has liesn made to waken time great joss his sleep time priest gabbles through time Service time briile and bridegroom tike two little glssies tf wine and the timing Is dyne They ire as legally man aul wlfe as If a diry mad been taken over the ceremony fThe Conclusion What conclusion dJ your literary and debating society reach hist night1 Oh answered Miss Cayenne sjiiadiceperfectly lovely tlnlc 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