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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tt 1 4 I I i 7 IwHr4NI t4 fDIRr VU fjfi t jii t cttj j j i1 7 j t i INewt Series lXl No 31tJt SPRINGFIELD WASHITGTON t11OIWTsITidKY1 ATJGUST4t 1904f 1 rfiiJBlA t YEA ilt t tI i1 1 TIIMPilMr U IfllLITT III I aURIUI 2 ThOmpSOn JrGo UNDERTAKERS Jfc I 1 c AND eMBALMERS I r r Carry in stock all kinds of Funera Irtllw PHONE 53p 4 tOUR DIRECTORY u SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south rtast of MadnKton 39 miles from otiisviifeon Bardstown trapch of kouisville and NashvilIqrailroad in 1 farming and agricultural district yTwfc Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber Popuation 1100 population of 0yar4s 15000 Representative iu Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenvitle Ky Xe resentative in Kentucky Legis r15 lattice Hon D Claybrooke Reprcscatative in State Senate Hon Hatry Luu1Cater Lebanon Ky l iCbuhty lrectoryI V CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth iMoudiv in FcbVuary May arid Oct barV R Ll Durham Commonwealth At toracy V F MCampbcll Clerk Ku tcacliinarisMasfer Commissioner T QUARTI IV COURT- i Quarterly Court is held on the third Itfbnday in each month B T LUscy Judge t j V COUNTY CpUliT f XCourity Co itt meets on the fourth Monday in ech meutht ii L Litey Judge- xiwF Booker County Clerk JS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer I Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Qsborne SR ll MulliCan Deputies 4EdMasters ie James F Moore County Surveyor J ijRoyatty AssessorISa T pOBranDep tv Robert Toe Treasurer J yL Montgomery Coroner VJ W Bush Supt of Common Scnools Pi 0 SprlnEAeld t CITY COURT JudgejJames R Noe Police John Gcis2 lht1i W F GrigsbY City Attorney U JUSTICE COURT tJIt e Courts are held its January Xprii lJuI1 and October j41 Chuch Directory I rMETIlrlDISTiCtItJRCH Rev J P Ward Pastor4 Services in etchIon theFirst and ThirdSuudavs tiiputh at 11 a m and 730 p m Sun day School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer smeeting every Wednesday rfight 1 icATHdlJC CHURCH RevP F Hennessay Pastor Ser iceaevery Sunday t8 and 1OoclOck a m Services atSt Rose same iours i CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix1 Pastor Service J jBCCond and fourth Sunday io each month t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R vl D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pmr Sunday school every fjjnnday at 10 am Prayer meeting VeiY ThursdaY eCfllflat 7 oclock I 4 BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wit Harrison Williams Pastor i Preaching every Sunday at 11 a m varfd 8 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock L ipratcrnal Ordeas MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No sO meets first and third Mouday in each month- Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second TueSdav Springfield Council o52 meets on ieveryiourthJc1oitdaYt tf KNIGHTS of THE MACAIIEESMCCt9 je v M tX tciijcav jceacfciron r35s5- AMERICANS i fSJILVERkTRUSSS J I I S j i j I Z 1 1 1LJPrI IZMytoWear i 14l1SevTMt or Backo f tII1J1S I Hen j kIentrapsI IIr t i r le y 01 IJardcri r1xJla Zam is certily ay specific for i1T1 nw discoveryi Is put up ii p c Uplil hil iab2 with rozzle apd wlwretJbst seeded Stops the ff ia tantlr W d cures Sold by Hay dons Pharmacy SZ S MW 5WWH5C3 frtI-fi i ROUND 01 TJLLKI A a ftft ftft ftftnnnftftft nft ftnnnnJ C r Jolianniis and JosephUs I Wallace IrwIn inNew York Globe There was a farmer had two sons And those two sons were brothers Johannns was the name of one Josephus was the otUers When they had grown to mans estate They saiduWe have a feeling That we can make a fortune great By plain andfancy stealing Johannus tookthe evil way Andwhen hel got a jag on He slipped into a barn one day And stole a horse and wagon But when Jos phugfw nt to steal In his bluff honest hail nay He made a little Wall street deal And neatly stole a railway Johannus met the horsethiefs fate And now In jail doth hanker Josephus decked vrith honors great Is now a wealthy banker U1HAT REPORT In response 1 to he criticism which ap peared in this column two weeks ago of the report of the tobacco crop of the State for the year 1903 as sent outby thtCommis sioner Of Agriculture we haveI received a long letter from Com missionerVr eland Mr Vree land accuses us of unfairness and appears to think that we desire to do him an injury per so ally and officially by our criti cism of the ridiculous figures contained In tiie tobacco state ment sent outi by the bureau of which he is the official head I Such was far from our intention We dont care anything about tIle Kentucky Bureau of Agriculture and Statistics for we believe that under its present sys tarn its a fare and an expense on the State and as shown by the late tobacco report it may do the state harija rather than good In justice to Mr VreelandlioW ever we will isay that he had published in home of the papersJ thatusqdlhe tobacco report an explanation in which he says that the figures were t0ken from the reports of the various county i assessors and that the Commissioner t would not be responsible for theif accuracy and that he intends putting the matter be fore the neXt Legislature with a view of securing better facilities for the collecting of reliable sta tistics in regard to the Agricul tural interests of the State We have no doubt that Mr Vreeland j did the best he could with the facilitiesi at haftd and our criti cism was aimed at the system rather than at the Commissioner as the latter assumes The Leg islature should pass such measures as will provide the Commissioner of Agriculture withI facilities to get and distribute something like Accurate information 9else abolish thatoffiqe altogether It iis a poor adver tisement for a c unty which which grows three million pounds of tobacco in a year to have it published to the world that it has ont produced 1 9000 pounds And Washington is not the only county so misrepresented it is so All through the re prt k rrTr I1URMAIThQ following lfrom tIre Danville News has a bearing upon Judge ThurS mans good luck Governor J C W Beckham tries tot kei care of his fellow classmates and ia his appointments he always remembers his Alma Mat r During his administration he has appointed to Judgeships Hon S B Dishman of Barbour yule John C Lassing of Rowan county Jataes T Burton of Winchester Isaac H Thurman of Springfield mid George West Triplett of Owensboro all of whom are old Central University men and men who stand very high in the estimation of their home people Governor Beck ham iis a graduate of Central University and is very fond and proud of his Alma Mater An other point which the Governor probably had in mind and which the News evident overlooked iis rthat the appointment of Mr Thurman was good politics He was by far the most popular ape jplicant for the piece and his ap pointment gives almost univer sal satisfaction over the district w ltR 1AT REASONThe Marion 4Falcon is urging the claims if Wfr y N il2 of Hon H P Cooper of Marion county for Circuit Judge over Judge Tliunnan of1 this place That is a very natural thing toI do and one can hardlyblame the Falcons Editor from doing his little level best to get his towns map elected but we notice one argument which he puts up in urging that claim Which strikes us us being unique t 5 say the least In presenting the claims of tim two candidates the Falcon s ysU And in selecting your nominee for Circuit Judge it shoulcl tbe bourn in mind that our District Railroad Commiss joner C C McChord resides in Springfield Ky and that our District Railroad Attorney W C McChord also resides at Springfield This is a new and brilliant idea in politics indeed Mr W 0 McChord fis employed by the L N railroad company as an attorney and we would like for the Falcon to say just what under thesuii the voters of Eleventh JudiCitllt11strict have to do with Mr Wi C McChords job with a railroad company If we mistake not the L N em ployes one or two Lebanon law yers also WJiy not apply the same argument tp them Or perhaps the Falcon thinks that Springfield will become too pros perous with more than two of her citizens holding good posi tionsat one time even if they be positions which were earned through merit and not politicali jobsatall v End ot Bitter Flint Twb physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an ab cess on my right lung1 wnles Fr Hugbes of DuPonl Gai and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As i last resoit I tried Dr Kings Ne Discovery for Con umptiori The benefit Irreceived was strik irfvra gainell my health It conquers alf Coughs Colds and Throats and Lung troubles Guaranteed by C J Haydons drug store Price oOccndSJOO Trial bottles 0 freeVASweei Breath- sjs a iiever failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach isout of order There Is no remedy in the world equalto Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and ill stomach djsorfders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to growvvorse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and serength and can eat whatever I like1 Kodol Jigcets vhat you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold qy all drjg gistsIPineulea is the name of a ucw dis covery put up in a new Waya cartain urc for all Kidney and Bladder trou bles Rheumatism Lunfbago etc You are requested to callat our store and let us show youPineules derived from the pines Sold by HaydonsPharmacv Onward Silver Sold for 2lGOO A special from Lexington under date of July 23 says Onward Silver 205 was sold today by f L Druieri of Bardstown Ky to Baron Fraucketti of Florence Italy for 21000 OnwardSilver- is chesnut stallion eight years oldoHe won the Tiaosjivania Stakes here in 1901 and wag a good race horse pri the trotting turf The deal was consummated between Trainey John llu soy and 1G Gcrtoni and 0 Jtafia representatives Baron FrancU etti today Onward Silver bas been in the newly equipped breeding estiblishineni in this county for several months On ward Silver is by Qnward dam Sylvan MoU by Aberdeen J SIck llcaadllo For seyeral years my wife was troubled with what physlciails called sick headache of a very severe charac ter She doctored with several eminent t physiclana and at a great expense only togrow wofse until 8le was un able to do arty kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stoniacu and Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever didl before and is rcalwel says bIr Qeo R Alright of New London Nevi York For sale by Haydons drugst- oreOLEYIIOIETADTAR ji ch1Idr5 agfa1 f w jte flt Horje Trader Worsted Alec Sutton a Washington county citizen came here Jast Thursday and swore out a war rant against Mike Higgins chargirg him with getting prap erly under false pretenses Sut ton claims that he came here on Juy 4 with a good horse He became acquainted with HiggIns who told him he could make aI very advantageous horso swap lmalI alleges that he turned thb aniir mal over to Higgins with the dis tinct Understanding that no trade was to be made until he was con suited s Notwithstanding this proviso he asserts that Higgins made two swaps without con sulting him and quit withawind broken horse arid 12 in cash Satfon alleges ffurther that Higgins turned the animal he had traded for over to him but de cliped tot give him a cent of the money Oh his way home that evening Sutton says the vind broken horse laid down fn the road auddicl and after study ing over the way he had been buncoed he decide on swearing Qut a warrant Higgins isa Spanish war veteran and saw service in the Philippines He is IOt yet drawirg a pension and lives oy doing odd jobs abut town The trial will take place next Monday Harrpdsburg Herald Snici Prevented The startling announcement that a pr ventRtle of suicide had been di coyjered Will iinterest many A run down system of despondency invariably precede suicide and somethinghas been found that will prevent that con ditioc which makes suitidclH- eyAtthefirst thought of self destruction lake Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and ner1 vine wil strengthen the naves andbuld u p thlsysem I ts also a great Sloraacb rivciad Kidney regulator Oly5tMS- atisfactsonguarimted byO J Ha don Druggist A rerlect Ptll1SS Pin S the one that will IfehBelthe ytci4- t t the Htk to action reut thu bit- ler the Complexion cure headache and leave a good tti tc ntic mouth The famous little pills for doinjj such work pleasantly and eflectitdllj arc DeWittrs Little Early Risers Bobi Moore of Lafrycitc Iid si All other piHs I have used gripe andI while DeVitsJittle Earjy Risers are simply perfect Sold by all druggists I The oxygenizcd strength of the healing pines combined with other well known kidney and bladder rcme dies ia drcsented In PincifiQs This hcW discovery Rives immediaterelief lt1cJjblaPharmacyS i Nazaceth at the Worlds fair The Sisters of Nazareth have a most artistic display in the educational exhibit of the VYpilds Fair The paintings 11rdaU in life size and are the wcjrks of teachers and pupils A chart contributed by the French class at Nazareth iis decorated with a Border of lieurdo lis and bears ra pen picture of Jefferson and Napoleon with the American and French Hags waving over head Opposite this is achart of Germany with the portrait of William IL and a history of the aosthetic and useful inth0 aspi rations and history of the Ger mali pcOpleStaudardS Cteea Mpjnin Thijj di ease has lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy came into use The uniform success which attqrds the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints iu children has made it a favorite wherever its value has bccomc known Fprsdle by Hay b dons drugstore v T Kentucky Pain tJalfcs Danville Aug3L3 days Kirksvillo July 152 days Crab Urchard July 27Bdtiys Harrodsburg Aug 0V8 days Lawrenceburg Au f iO4 days Shepherdsvillej Aug 28r 0 days Shelbyville Aug234 days Springfield Aug 23days Somerset Aug 304 days NiQholasville Aug 30Bdnys Florence Aug 31 4days- Slasgow Aug 814 days iElizabethtown Sept 64 days Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetown Aug 94days I FoIeys Kidney CutDI 4f1akc k4tcys amd b14St iht TPGrowers MeetriiL The directors of the pBurloy TobacCO rowers Com pnnY jicti in LcLxngton last wdoft vtlb every county iin the tobacpo district represented TIm reports of the several comniifctoa a wer all of the mSt satisfactory cha acter and the promoters feel r greatly encouraged over the ouII look After the raljeiing I qWkia1S1issuqd stand firm in their efforts tip c nltrot their product It is an un deniable fa t that much of thef increase in price last Reason was directly caused by the formatran of this Association i and it iis now almost certain that results this year will be even more nppveci able than last Lwrl bug New There is nvire catarrh in thU sec tion of the Cduriiry thaii nit otb rdii oases put together and until th last few years was supposed to b iscr able For a great many ere doe tors pronounced it a local Hene and prescribed local relllcCcaand b constantly failing to cute with local 4treutniczitScience has proven catarrh to be iii conStitntioual disease and therefore requires obnstitutioual trektatent tlaln Ualarrh Cure man nfuct1fr8d by FT Cheney Co Toledo Oho is tlie oily constitutional CUre On the market It is taken intcinoUv inl doses from 10 drops to a teupooftful It acts directly an the b11Uil nutsous surfaces of the srstafli Theyi i offer one hundreddollars for any case it fails tp cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address Fj Chauey Co Toledo Ohio bold by arupgisU 75c Take Hfills TUJs for coiwtipatiott yifltait AHhCKof DiarrHea oqi iny CtaWiVsa CDUCVJWeti ati DIBl1Dea Rmru 1 iltt Per hfS a Life 3f iLbort rhine agolwas talteti with a violent altnck off diarrhoea B r j lieve II youd have oi t1ifItRd nolo giiuiefsays Tnlin Pnti n leadifigcjtir 0 I1iWU Ala A rflehhl recoinuieiided Cham t4fn COVb lialciaidD ir1Iqeft flciMy uugmiLjifcrttyve cent lL4tttc- aiii auJr taking three oiee of ftfwaH eniriy curodI corider it tlh best l remodi in the worlQ for botwmjJI- aiIIL For sale by Haydoiis drug Iiglore fn l tftcjsiJc1iet iq TIjp fallowing sent iroiGo tf Spiings ftPpal ell in Siiay Cincinnati EtHpirer 4tTRJ filers at Ebenczer Ky a small tlage ih Mercer county tpn aries Irom f I1iftrQs yrg are vary npci ex- itdoverl1airinabiJufitot IIeej milch cows For sovoriti mouths numerous reports liavn cOmo from tho farmers that the bugs of their uei bows have tbeen ruined bj sonic unknown caoao A close wAtch was It opt and Walter Sallee a wellknpwn farmer of that ccnimunity this covered a huge snake hi the act j of suckinp his cowi JIo oiid av orcd to kill the rvptilebut was not quick bnoush as the snake ran intoa culvert uenr by Sal Ieeexainin0d the cpv and found blood exu3ing from tfnePof the teats The fa rmoijs ojaim IhftJ many line cows have beau ruined by vhat they think is a nest of snakes tit a large woods belong ing tp lilrs Mundayi TbOjrnakos in sucking s allow the ltoat causing1 the dejicajtq q itntig 0Jll the inside to come out Ihus1 ruining the fcow jcr 5ver ras a millrer The sleies of theI snakes are not known but those who have seen tlwm say they arc dark brown the largest one one being Thor 16 fet l1ngH G B Bnrta Tesfe A it Fier liars l 8tINYentirely cured of aver ki4neyt t 1r bleb ukliifj lew than two bet tles of Foleys Kidney Cnre1tFil tirely stopped the Lrfck dufiLTJcdiment and pain and ftymptoms of Jridtiey dis ease disappeared I am glad Ito ay that I have never had afeturn ofany of those symptonfs during Iblo four yours that hava cJa Std and I aui ltlOltiycu dt st r cuV tnd heartily recommend Fuloya1 tney Curelo any oil suffering from citfuey or bladder trouble Sold byY rood iOampbcll r Pals As Ei To IJIl A rlvous vail oftimes jomos as tt result of unhonrabl pain from over taxed organs Dizzi ness Backacha Liver corn plaint aud Conslipatjon But tilia iks to Dr Kings Nuyv Life Pills they put an end lo it all The are gentle huttborougbi Fry them Only 26c Guaranteed bi C Jt Illaydons DrugtoreI J I Hj 1 36 a M l w 1 1tR8Tl J 1 I 0 7rCLEARED Tile many Mend of IHas D Tli Dson for nrirJJ of tMs place butt now of WhIte ht Tfl lla will be glad tc lllli that lie has been acquittei the ugly clwrige thaty wais Ibroughf against himsometimi ago at that place As has been 1ohit1ii5it2lioinpson rasi indicted together wIth several Oth uS including tin rowh Marshal and assistants With being JwrHicalod in the inulr4cr of a man who vas found kidiI WJiitewright abou4 two Vhltewrightl3unhr1JCrll jis gjiyes anaaeQunfc of the trial ijind a qaittlof QUO A C Wool jjn who was dhftTgf with baing tile principal In the murder The ease was Strongly prosecuted by jeTattves 01 the dead1 man some pf tbp best lweis oftbi State itflSuga gd hi the CQSP but tobrngbougaiist tne defendant and the narHer prOKfises to remain va nofcmnd mystery The Sun pays ju conpltiding the acc iTht off tie tr IIiIThecases against pdai Thompson Tom Smith and Chita 11c annt ngtd as th- pessorics were dsciiisscd there being no avidaiiGe whatever con lieotfng eithcr iof ttiamwith the Criflle5 t wIi Actrpfl sebins that iiolthtii ncu sfajptije winning streakjiof thct Sprhigfteld basc ball teanTJf trongi Harrocls burg dub eaatg erllist Satur disy afternoon 1dgavethc hoi e loys t1e Jitof their livesilufeI owlgr mainly to the fact that SprJBgflcJlds lucky staf iViill hiies another vIctory was atidedl ttoar the irnbrokc list for the s asbnrju j isitors rather outpItiyd the ojoe team both in the Jel4 mdattlel1at and it- ookedtIup unjbtr the last lulling as if the game wouldgo to Har rOdsbnrg WtiLi the score siancl ing 4 to uj ii favor t1 HaiTocls biirrg Sprirjld qame to the Sjftt ill their Jisifi oJf tile last in dingj Two of the local plays yore fallowedl to get tm bastes trough iicldbi errors when Capt jColvin cipaaetp the bat ni1i iciptM the baUba Jbhreebng gjr I iin ilgfeil5 o scoresv and Winning ttlie ue The Har nfKlsbiirgs iised two pitchers ahd tiey botti did good work Tho Sprinjgftieid niaa was t made up entirelyl of hoJnfe phtyers imd they putupaily gool game Colvin 4ini ffliley did good battery wprk Tbe Springlield secoiid ni ne deJfeftecla teftm from Frederic cstdwii 4 on the same- afternooiibya ore of 2 to 0 OONfc M1NJ 6UNQAY The local pr tcstautf diuAhes were giueil oiyer onti lt Sundayx to- tipsemitatives c tP the young Ieu8 Cul4i l5soqiation of Louisvillb who cjatae put to have what Chiy teiiu i Young Mens Sunday iin Springfeeia The pulpits at fehQ Bljstist awcl I res byterian chinches voi1e occupied on Sunday iiicnmiiig landi in the afternoon it lEcetrngf for Omen only was be cliat the Court Hoow at vrhleh ft njtalk wits made by Mf Dix oivlbejOHses1i of ike The meeting was vejl atttnued and Mk Dix s Mdiess was vell received Ih the veiling a tbeIpresbvt Ayerss IDont try cheap cough medj cinas et the best Ayers Cherry Pectoral X1Httt t record iit bias sixty years o- fPectoral Cherry I I curesi Ask your dpetor if lie doesflt ue it for coughs colds brQnchitis and all throat dl1 ung troubles iban folir J thftt Aycrt Pectoral tat towt iUtne t prwcribd for hroa CbUtsu u hlullt llludeoldlOofY DfiStAf t JCTEC0A- U druvli I Tw4L Bi6nchii 1LOr Correct any ttinelicy to CopSptlfl tlon v hi ttntl dcses of rC II w rid esses were made by Messrs jiii Dunlap and C D Gates Th6 talks were all interesting faiid will doubtless have the effect of arousing an interest in Spit igfield inthe gret work of the irlii Cy tIiro hut the couiiiny T TjHB IklJ is now jqsj threci weeks untilnhe opening of the jVYasbington tfounty Fair and the idicatiansare that the fair thisiyear will surpass all others A fgreat many horse men and stocjf men havealready indicated tieir in ten lion of bringing their siock here to enter in the con testa and a good exhlbitipq is assujr 3d This is a good prosperous Ij bar with the farmers crops beDr good and everybody will doubtlesst be irt the humor to take t i week off and enjoy the sighis at the county fair tNiV CHAIRMAN Mr B B Lea lhnan has been chosen Chair nan of the Washington County Democratic Committee in the pi ice of T Scott Mayes re signec Mr Mayes is di candi lateJ or reelection to the office of CoiintyAttorneV and he could not afcjt as County Comraitteeman Mr eachman has been on the Deraooratic commttee for some years and takes a deep interestt in political affairs of the county He iis weil qualified for the du tieso1bis new office Was fasW Away I hail been troubled with kidney disease for the last five years writes Robert R Watts of Salnm MoaI lost flqshi snd never felt well and doctorcfl with leading physicians pnd tried nIl remedies suggested without relief i Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cvre anjd less than two bottles com plete jr bured me and I ara now sdun4 andveiL During the summer kidney ifr gularCties are often caused by cx6e isivc drinkiiig or being over heatedl Attend to the kidneys at once by usitiir Foleys Kidney Cure Sold ly Wdoll Campbell t A SnmmefUald A summer cojd is not only annoying butlt uyt relieved Paeumo iia will be the prU able result by Fall oaeMin uteCpigh Cure clears the phjegin draws ut heI inflamation heals sqotbes and strengthens tjiO lungs and Bronchi tubes One Minute Cough Cure lusdu ideal remedy for the child ren jt is pleasant to the taste and1 perfectly harmless A certain cure for Croui Cotrgh ajid Cold Holdiy all druggists j UnhtDlnnS Work j jiLi 1IItning followed a telephone wire o the residence of Mr T HjTihornton near Brad fords ville list Wednesday a ddid considerable damage At the time tjhe Hash ciine Bessie ThoriitoriJ age 7 years daughter of Mry iVill lhornton was talk ingtbrcugh the phone She was knocUdijl setseless to the floor and renaihed unconscious till esterdiiy morning She is still m a precarious condition Two other small girls about the same age one d i daughter of Mr al- terj GrOws and the other the daghiter1I of Mr Wilt Thurman who yjere standing near their companion received a sevens JdaughterJ orIifcurnt Mr4 Thuimans little icraugliter fell to tie floor from the shock but recovered io a few moments Appeal storm was 4n progress aid tile little girls alcng quieaJarge party qf coinpdb ons who dbcert attending a picuid in the neighbor hood hadtaken shelter at Mr Thorntons residence The tele- phouft at which theJnjureH grl stood was inthe hall while the wbjQIwere in During the progress of the samei storm lightening followedltel1 phone Wiresi into the rmsidence pi Mr Henry Gartin und otherS arid more or less damage titI done J Lebanon Enterprise T t BteLAXATIVE Hpmey and Tw IIs theorigtijal Laxative cough cure It k the bestXatryv co gh syrup ad Bces Laxattve Honey land Tw loii aina the ntisejatc keaUnr oo llMir strodgtbnln8Po rttes dfvi 1NathePlgrhdicuts in a laxtt ve syrup mi 4e Ifjfot yr siraii Jljcweyi QE111 concha and streiifthcns weak lungs Sold byC J Kaydon r Corr1spneraie f1 i IJames3Benh3m admrCr Plf rf tj vs EqtyMary Allablltt tal dfts I 1 BYVi orthrofVhiugton circuit rcourt termthereof ItshalltheCourt House door Springfield Ky j ON MO1DAY AUGUST 22 194t 0 at 2 oelok belugbidder atpubl1c aUction upon a credit tl13fohtowiNgdcscribe1 A certain ract or parcel of land lying and bevg intWash ington tcoumy Ky onite Ii atdboundedBeginminga saidLittle y e willimeanderswaters justabovel corner ifo Collie Chesler thence with Chasers line S 5J If825i poles thence iS 13fWfi 25 20polesthence JJIpoleshence 11cedar11 pplesto wIton e I ridge thbcc N2 v 5 POlSto astake in his ling thenewIth name as foliows St34w244 poles to an elm near a drair thence SJ53 w 535 poles thence t idBeecq 1 ot same p2 9 10 poles to small BobIitt l owsSa E27 t polestoastorc IIthencethence Si f w 10 poles to srayll J bush thdnceS 11tw 10 poles to 75polestn2Ow 12 I sai1Little i of same 01 poles to a stake near 4 corner tQ Wallace Seny theace with Setys line S 52 E 78 pcles to the beginning containing 2 if icres For the purchase prIce the purdlchaser or purcbasers with apprqyed security or snretfesmusc execute bond bearing ldajtbjfronm uae- tJtt slh until paidand havingthe force md effect of a Judgment Bidders f will be required to Comply With theie Jterms i M G iEAdHATANf M C w S- CSCommissionersaIe f i ji f tJavauaugh Pinkston et al PuffsS UquitjrTerritt sJBy virtue of a Judgment and order bcidtJoarthereof 190JJ Jn tnVabove cause lslianIt rHouser MONDAY A GUT 22 1904 f ic or about 2 ocfocic pciivXiwlBtf J11 rfdderr credHf i scribed property to wit parcelofJamgtoii county ICy and bounded 1s fohlovsSBeginatgatbeec h ice in Andrew Pinkstonjai line thence S 76 ty 24 pol s to a beech hence S 735 w 508 poles to t itpne in Farris branch j thericpX lown same 26 6 poles to another stone neat a beeph thcncf sK 48 S 8888 TXjles to abechin Mont fIncf f the ridge thVnce tip said rldgeS 85 w 928 poles to a t tipsaidIrain a ning containing 5625 CrQsf l For tlie purchase tke itobasecurity or gnretfe MaettxEeete 4ofand effect of a JudgliaeHt 1314eue t will be required to CQDIpIYWQlIptlrJwith these terms ir G LBACIThIANM UW 1C- I Ir t flGDeatkN4tyL A little thingi jspjiiiefeiHB s ri I Tbuaeraiscratch insgsMceaL cat op puny boils bavepaidthie de tk penalty tt W wise to kiaYeI Bucklenss ArnicaSU tver t Than if Its tbejbt h e Vth arid WUpr evtst fatality when Brnsores UJc4r iwril Piles threaten Only25cstt qjHaydons Drugstore i 5r tifll JIi fPtIrBeaI1tFPftnfr i isIr w ny of XabiJieJd Pi wii M HI it M JM pOOfMaitktw Yt4 q11f fro 1IWaMb1as4ii ta1b4uMdaptntcoitsrabjj itio4ey coitltIitg physielang WItItt8 btaiatsgsiymarkdrethf ttttwu cured by F leya XLdae diwe ati4re to acid y bstirn1vy thit it lf bt tM 1 4 rstor4ag iWIth o fItJ 5S4Mitbis Solci Ity Woled Captiil tI wWat b IIY4- rsitme aui cosIoii this Ciabdans 8toab aa LIrtTblt f Awsa rw The Ml by Haydens dU os i upIsfnequWtt1oNU 4 4- WL7 IK MEWSLEADER 1 VL1EZ zyiftY THUJWDAY i H J i A YEAR IN ADVANCE b t ro fip7 rf 3MIHGFIELD KY f i LEL BAVISON Jr c io rciurtwp r = f1 iZJ tee1K aotlca 10 ctip- k r iiqitIiIrtoa-h CMMawatelaH i oUtle l matte t- rj c4SpCli4 t Job work Is 4o At low rUs butcasb f 1iH to ptU at i lltery of goods r r Kwc etracts1liade on llberi tt t trmf OMtMriM HII r llt1ouef respect t ttp414at +XouxcIKIlcT cW KJstrat 500 Cat44y Oe i s ce CtJo v TWJIWDAY AUGUST 1904 h i For Circuit Judge iWe are authorized to announceS L H THURMAN t as a candWatei for the office of CircdJn 1 t Juife of tlita the Eleventh Judicial t district composed of Washington Gfot tfark Taylor and Green counties 1 wiVJ t to the action of the Demo i critic party We are authorized to announce J B I L1TSEY- ai J i i a casdiaate for reelection to the a o ce of County Judge of Washington t county subject to the action of the- h Democratic primary August 61904 i Ve are authorized to announce t BYRON CR0AKE1 at candidate for the office of County Judge of Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic pri nary August 1904 T j We are authorized to announce i T SCOTT MATES 1 t reelection to theas a candidate for oflke of CouatyAttorJ1eyof Washing irtoa county subject to the action oi the Democratic primary August t We are authorized to announce 11VF BOOKER L asi acaanidate for reelection to the ericeofCouaty Clerk subject to the 1 actten of the Democratic primar 7 August 6 1904 i We are authorized to announce the MHM of 0 GEORGE U PARROTT 4 k a ciididate for tua office of Sheriff fWafeI ctoJ1 county subject to the s aetiM of the Democratic party 491etI Noyeber 1805 We are aitkoriied to announcel J 8 OSBOURNE as aca tefor the office of Sherifl V 4f WstefciHgton county If elected H B Powell Ed Masters Sam Anderson ami Herbert Eddleman will be hit depvttofl Subject to the action of tbe Democratic primary August 6th lt We are authorized to announce FRANK KEENf 4 AS a candidate for the Office of Sheriff of WashiNgton county subject to the action of the Democratic priman August ti 1904 If elected his depu 1ties will be R H Mulllcan Henry Hilton George Cocanougher and George Bowen We are authorized to announce GEORGED CATLETT vacandidate for reelection to tht i oce of Jailer Washington county object to the action ot the Demo critic primary August 6tb 1904 We are authorized to announce T P OBRYAN as a candidate for the office of Asses Wof Washington county subject to the action ofthe Democratic primary Augu t619Q4 Your support re spectfully solicited We are authorized to announce W CLAYBROOKE as a candidate Ion Representative ii thcllovrcr house of the Kentucky Leg Jslature from Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 6th 19041 We are authorized to announce r 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 oi I the Democratic primary August 6 We are authorized to announce r iMIssELLA D SHAUNTY as a candidate for the office of Super iutemdent of Public Schools of Wash inftoiiconntj subject to the action of the Democratic prin ary August 6 1J04 I We are authorized to announce 1 jBUSHIt a1a l Hrt ree1ctioTito the IIBdperintendent of Public k nty su- tfectiaction 1 of the nemoc tlc pIyugust6 1904 f Tb chairmen of the county i eoatiitUe olE the four couaiies i oowposlnj this judriil district met IB Ieanon Tuesday for the c firJ1OAof determimug the time I jtid HMMiBer of Bominaling a can 1 5 l la foe judge The gentle re rtt ail mil day session liiWtt agr e repesentatives from WatWnfjton and Taylor ooui tics farormr aprimaTy eleett w w t tion while those of Green and Marion insisted on having a con venticn It is unfortunate that the committee could not are for the time is hone too long in which to have this matter settled As to the manner of deciding t6 whom the nomination shall be given we believe we will voice the senjiment of the gretma jority of the voterst of the district by saying that a primary election is the best and only reM fair method of ascertaining the choice of the people as between two or more candidates Time has demonstrated repeatedly that massconventionsarenot only dangerous toparty harmony but it has become the exception rather than the rule when the strongest candidate with the people wins in a convention The people want a say in the selection of theiri canlidatesarn- this they ard all too often denied in a convention The committee will meet again ortrld a1 to try to settle the matter If they want toplease the people whom they represent they should order a primary by all means Mill Ifc THe Name When you go to buy Witch Haze Salve look for the name DeWitt on every bor The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De WittU Witch Hazel Selve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve dae to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market The Sep ine bears the name E O DeWitt CoChicagy Sold all druggists Coea Infantnnr TKis disease i Las lost its terrors dlnce Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedycame into use Tbe uniform success which att3rds the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made it a favorite wherever its value has become known For sale by Hay dons drugstore 11 Foresfiew 1 j Miss Suie Wheatly a very charming young lady of near Fredericlcsto7ri is the guest of her aunt Vlrs Pius NailslS Mis Ben Cambron is quiteill i at ths wilting with flux Thos who have the small pox we learn are last improving t The last publication between David Graves and Miss Annie Mu 1d too place at St Rose last Sunday The marriage vows will be solemnized one day this week Mr James Miller a man 0i42 years and Miss Minnie Bowman of 20 summers were quietly married in Louisville one day last week Severalof the young men of this place attended the hopat- B2rbErsHall last Friday night The Misses Medley ertertained in honor of Mi3s Susie Wheatley last Monday night Miss Maggie Hamilton and brothers entertained last Fridaj night in honor of their cousin Alex Medley of Nazareth Arthur Garrica and Miss feffle Smith Fletcher Garnco and Miss Sallie Smith Garland Hamilton and Lilly Orkies attended the picnic at Hay wick last Saturday The new schoolhouse near the residerice of Al Smitn is nearing cymplttJorj Miss Alnca Orkies jI highly cultured young lady Will teach the school Ic will be her first attempt soleV the pap ents aid her bontfolling they children and Mr Trustees do your duty and with Miss Ella Shaunty as Superintendent there will not one wave of trouble roll Misses Laura and Lulie Wheat ley are teaching the Ce Uvno school As Fonsy ODaniel was hauling posts one days last week down hill some part of his bar ness gave way the wheelr truck a stump precipitating Mr ODaniel over the front end of the wagon under he horses feet Strange tsayth t he was but slightly injured Mr Anderson Carrico lost a very fine mare llast week which he valued at 150 Mr Watt OBrjan will begin a new residence in the near future and from the appearance of his cotn field he will have tto build greater barns Si Lo HALLS w J tftitH Ofrfftftf mw Otofr aWiWWW re W W HfiW I1 tt News FromtTheCountytilli Iill I t Happenings Among the County People i as Reported by our Correspondents I wj IVailey Hill We had a fine rain this week which was a welcome visitor as the corn and tobacco was need tog it badly School opened Here Monday withan average atfendahce Wiss Effie Smithjs the teacher Thomas Reed and wife visited relatives near Maud Sunday Thomas Baker and family of near Hillsboro passed through our village Monday Miss Julia Goatfey of near Mud visited in this community last week Mrs J L Moran visited relatives near your town Monday The ice cream upper given oy Ham Piles Jast Friday night was well attended Several seemed tQbe using the spirits of rye while others used their artilery as they returned home Wesup pose Cthe ice cream made them Wri K Edward Goatley is at Maud helping Mr Thomas Virgin thresh this week Mrs Rebecca Goatley visited her son Hugh Monday Mr G orge Mock ot Bards town visitedi in this vicinity un day W F Moran and wife visited at the ihpme of Hugh Goatley Sunday i Robert Gray of near Polin called on his best girl at this place Sunday J E Head of near your town was in our midst Sunday Miss imogene Goatley visited Mrs Susan Hnghes Saturday and Sunday The boys in and around this place are making efforts to or ganize a baseball club We wish them success in their undertak irg Hardesly SchoolhOuse A good rain fell here Monday Pne grown crops lookwell M ss Lela Goodlett has returned home after a three weeks visit to relatives inMercer Co Mr J T Sutherland and wife of Willisburg spent Friday with Mr 1 H Gray and family Several of our boys attended the ice cream supper at Valley Hill Friday night Mr Willie Alford of Mercer county and Jessie Robertson of Texas spent several days of last week with Ezra und Rufus Good lett Walter Leacnman of Spring fie d bought a fine horsefrom F W Gray for 150 Mr Byron Croake tbq popular candidate f0r County Judge was in our midst last week School commenced here Monday with 23 pupils enrolled with Mr Billie Cheat am as teacher Misses Mamie Clark and May Curry ofI Springfield are the pleasantl guest of Misses Nora and Lela oodletfv Pleasant Grove Before we will have the Grove put on the sleeping list side by side Lwith joor Town we will make another effort to get its gossip in the mucht read columns of the NEWSLEADER Miss Julia Hays one of Nelson countys most charming young ladids is visiting relatives here Mr Nat Thompson visited in Harrodsburg last week Byon Parks has been spenl inga few days with bis parents in Perry ville Byon has bought anew buggy Ir at first you dont succeed try try again Miss Month West of Perry rule is visiting Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory Mi s Eliabeh Thompson is visiting relatives in Perryville this week Mrs r A Ioh6ney of Leba non spent a few days with WP- Merritt last week tMiss Mabel Thompson is visit friends in Lebanon his week lingv C Thonpson has purchased vim Clementsl half interest in tne Litsey store but does not pet possession until Jan 1905 One of the swelest entertain VEGETABLE SICILI- ANIlairRenewer A splendid tonic lor the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy i youthSto MMMM ments of the season was given by the first set at Mr W H Duncan s last Wednesday evening Those in the entertaining line were Duncan Leach man Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory John Spaldipf Mabel Thompson Nat Thompson and Graham Van Arsdae Miss Ellen Gregory has re turned from a visit to friendsin Louisville Frank Will tt is on the sick list this week Duncan Leachman iis superintending Mrs Alice Thompsons farm during the absence of her son Nat who isat the Seashore for a short vacation Dry Williams says that the world with all its luxuries and- cpnvenienceswII1 never be complete until someone has invented a shade tree that will bear mint juleps atd revolve with the Sun in order to keep shade seekers from having to moye their chairs when it is so dreadfully hot Politics has about come to a boil in Kellys shop precinct MOORJSS VILLE Mrs Miranda Shehan departed this life July 27th in the 61st year of her age The remains were interred the following day by the side of her husband who died Oct 24th J 903 There was a llarge crowd attended the fune cal She leaves one child Mrs Joseph Bishop two kisters and a bi other tlomourn her untimely loath We were sorry to hear of the deatbof Mr Sam Karrick which occurred at Bloomfield July 28th of BrighttJ disease extend to the famiy our sympathy in their sorrow A much neeJed rain fell last Wednesday which makes the com and tobacco loom up Douglas RQyalty hpsmved his jaw mill from T J Settles to East Texas Well the election is all the S A of Paints q talk this week It now looks like there is to be a close vote in this precinct There seems to have been a terrible change in in this part of the ccunty in the Judge and traces As for the Assessor alhof them will get yotes at these polls but it is bard to tell who will carry them in any of thejraces J wish them all well but hope my i will wiq not only in this precinct but in the county I will let you know ext week how many votes I lose T D Sweeney got his arm caught in a binder and it was lacerated He is well at present PA Lydance has rysipelas in his arm and rheumatism in his limbs He is In a very bad con dition l While we are writing tbese lines for publication we have the pleasure of a good rain fall We hopo the people of the community are as thankful for these blessings as they should be On last Saturday the Grove church closed Us meeting Rev H P Hatcbet pastor assisted by Rev Summers conducted a most inter sfingo meeting Jn which 15 were baptized mt6 the Baptist church Corn crop is good in this com munity and sorn 1laro already talking it at 160 per barrel this fall S E ClemelJts was iin our town Monday on business Lizzie Campbell was isitiog here last week Crain werei k MM flvisiting their broth r A- H Grain last week IL I VlI1isbril A lumber of citizens attended county court at HaWodsourg Monday Mrs W S Gibbs and Miss Sue Bell friends in Anderson county last week1 Dr M W Hyatt and wife of your town paid our ton a call Sunday Mrs Lizzie M MiUen and Master Don Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Rufng Foster Mrs McMillen is teaching at Sweet Hom Miss Hattie Curry a charming young lady of Springfield spent last week with Mrs Emma Sims Miss Sue Bell has returned to her home at LavcrencebUrg after a pleasant stay with her aunt MrsW S Gibbs She was ac companied by her charming cousinMiss Mabel Gibbs Evert Pinkston returned home from DeKalb 111 last week a number of young peo pie attended the icecreanfsup per at Scruggsvilie Saturday Ulaud Cheatham spentSunday at Harrodsburgo Waiter L Wells spentsever l days in Mercer county llast week 4 MrJ C Burns and family of Lawrenceburg were in pur midst last week shaking with their old friends Evert Keeling Sunday at Tatham Springs 1cMr Minor Sutherlandiahd wife spent Monday at Dugans yule r Miss Oder of Covingtpn was the guest of her brother Sunday Ibr S MCrume was in Bards town on business the first of the week Mr W D Claybrooke the pop ular candidate for Representative was in cur town last week g iaESB WoodO Ca pbemg THE LEADING m 18 Pharmacists I alnSt Springfield Ky m- im Special Attention Ginn Physicians Prescriptions m S Full Line and Oils J3 SBB3g things Sheriff Repre- sentatite choice badly dong Jcnsonton seeing night Beech Elliott 1J visited spent school Quite night bauds spent Mary Mrs Nettie Grume is spending the week with her parents at Booker Chas McIIvpy and fire were visiting in Nelson county the latter part of list week Quite a number ot citizens of the White Hall neijjhbornoodi spent the day at Tatham Springs Pleasant Hill John Watts and wife of Har r dsburg visited at Jolin Durrs Saturday and Sunday Mes3ames Elizabeth Satterly and JS Royalty and daughter Anna spent Friday last with Mrs J M Royalty Hon W D Claybrooke was in our midst last week Not being interested in tho primary ve make noguess as to the outcome of the election Our friends ard neighbors the Derringer family are made very happy by the visit of their brother John Derrnger of Okia homa who has been absent frQliSI the family 18 jears They had a reunion of brothers and sisters and families at the Lorae ot their brother David Den ing r of thiS place Sunday There were 30 of the family present and all spent a bapy day Mr John H Warner deaf and dumb citizen of this commu nity who has ben liyjdg alone smar1riedRiley of Dugany ille who is also deaf and dumb Hillsboro J Rev Campbell closed a series of meetings here Sunday and re turned to his tom at Harrods JbrO v Mis i Cammack I as i eturne Ito 3r h n at L ove Ridge after Sole Agents for Old Hickory ty and St debaker agons ft Headquarters ARM IUPPLIRS aushej McGLURE WELLS 1 j 0II ili It DEALERS IN I nggiesfIIImplements ip and HeitTlSids ION I 1 iH ii jv rrrfL i cc We handle Bug Sur eys arts ofaUgl iest9i t ctf Agents for the Syracuse Hillsidie P1ow tJr J all examine our extensive line of Harness Gdjails s J Work Gear Buggy Robes and Bhmkets fl 1 SEED OATS Cash Pid for J HIDES and FURS y spending abouttwo weeks with Mrs Peat Sutherland at this placeSMiss Hattie Settles was the pleasant guest of her Cousins the Misses near Mackville Sunday Mrs Fitzgerald who has been very sick for son c time weare sorry to say is no better t MissMary Oder and Mrs Rube Oder of Frankfort are yisititg their sister Mrs TonvMcIlvoy of this place Mrs Bertha Miller is spending this week with her cousin Mrs Mary Thompson near Litsey Rev Ezra Sutherland and wife returned home Sunday from Love Ridge where Brp8utner land filled an appoiniment at Burnt church Misses Sue and Bertha Edger ton have returned to their lone after spending a week vith MissesDella dud Lda Virgin at Maud Public school began at this place MOLday with Prof Orctn eth Peter of Mackville as teacher Mrs Martha Shewmaker of Mackville is visiting her sons Uabe and Will Shewmaker bear here Miss Lula Pinkston of Brooks yule was the c arming guest of Miss Jessie Noel Sunday r Miss Eva inman willvisit her cousin Miss Mollie Shewmaker at n Uahdnextwek Little Emma Godby is on the sick list Miss Fanny Shewmaker has return d from vv Msitto her Daughter Mrs John Barns at Junction City The people of old Hillsboro were glad to have so many tf Willisburffs people here Sun day to attend Mr Larkin Been and wife will visit relatives at Corujsh ville and other points m Meicer county this week I FENWICK c Miss Ethell Rogers began school t1t1ir Sunnyside Monday with a good attendance Mrs W T Logsdon spent Saturday arch Sunday with the the family orG VI Pen wick Miss Lena Barker spent the first cf tho week with Miss Hattie Bowles Mrs T J Nally has returned Bards town after a visit to ref tives here and Herman iPur Goodlett were in our town Sunday School opered at this place Mondawitha good attendance r Quite number cf our people hle1Ileft last week for TexaVaftfcr n1ew weeks visit to their par Mr and Mrs J N Powle Misses Ethel and Yerna Rog irs and Messrs Steve Begley and John Tobin attended the hop in your town Friday night War AiiaiBstCoDstiWtn All nations are endeavoring t check theJayagea of consumption the while plague tljat claims so many Victims every year Foleys Honey and Tarcures coughs Jani colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health preparatioUllwItc Y81Honcyt t for alt SPRINGFIELD Kt Phone No SO 1 C5 We sell j AnYQuantiiY from m Carload Ai Mn icJs thelpurchaser and Horse Inman church IMrsLesU Hirrois 4 JUliver ChulIoff Ploys Bring tour Buggies u tvf TO THE vt New Paint Shf jlI J CASEYS OLD STAND k 1 spRINGFieLo KV Buggies Carriages painted in firste1as1 J style and in an uptodate manner Sal t faction gitaianteed Prices reasonable liJ D BKTSEL PROPRIETOR I = tit= =l CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates Iithe bowels and stomach stops s I crying cures summer complaintiIi Mayer Yewell of Owtasboro Ky sari Our baby wasting away while teething lila bowels seemed beyond control Three physicians Igave him np Owens PinK Mixture Isaved his lie I cannot say enough It saved our baby INI1JHtIlflHCTff7Kb1e1 1Ii For Sale byCJ HaydoD Pharmacist 6Ratte oPRQrlum1i Capitalists Investors FoL fi mge kelflf aIonfhctncs ioL L1eJ iKON f and fI1OUIiTMN Lc J ROLJTj i Great Southwest Systen 1 Direct lines fo Missouri Kansas Arkansas Indian Territory9 Louisiana and Texas fThrough Pullman Sleeping and FreQ Reclining Chair Cars doaeseekeri Excursions first sad third Tuesdays el each iINtItL Descriptive literature maps foletc pn application If H C TOWKSEND P t MATTHEWS I i Gal Passenger ind jiIaTSitatftf qf IfctrcKM Takes ncr az1- cAeodItg tu old nnd cdtubllshcd custom In Jt HmJtbe oldest cltlldl whether male or tcmltJe must anchor nil clrrinnstniKCs abide at aiid Inherit the uojmv this nicnns a continu ous N9lo Is assured antI hc tstntcsi cannot puss Into the hands of itrnngqrs IVOM this nrraiigetncut It follows of necessity that no eldest child otn mar iy and lire wllih nn eldest cnlld of The o ijosltj sex Kvhenan heiress weds her hu baud must assume the family ofwi f Asidillar cu torn prevnits In certalaI fuinUiek nmoiiff the ptople IlasQue provlijces itbe north of Spain An eldest jon among them Is not allowed to marry an eldest datigh ter If loth arcj tlrstborn In this case tootiu husband of nW eldest daugh ter takes up Jila residence under his wifes tfoof ntH adopts tier Name which 1i thus la their cblidrcn Disease takes no summer vctionIitI jneed flesh MH slren thttsc V Sctts Emulsion IIsu r Ifin winter for free sample scorr t EOWNE toH1pearl soc StrteU d 00 all ChtMti4eI I tA w k3 Coal htdjj j 1 a t a i J f a Torn do DIsc i and n = FOR was r G transmitted rr FOLEYS KIDNEY WIRE Will mrs any case of Ldne or Bidder disease that is no beyond the reach of Jnedicine eiviM UPTO pit Evnsvl1lIndwith a kidnoyiuiid bladder affection Ilostlle anti wasunable tomrk Three physicians fallec 1oIeyiidi3rbottirnvo me groat relief And after takiic socct l bottla I Vas ostircly red Twtf tzes SO iitanlf104 0 BEESLaxative HONEYmTARH O IAn improvement over all I 11R11 HrGentlyH i Pleasant to the tiltS low rood alike for Young and OH f PUPARED BY hull Mleiii 011 tlcap Us 1 DRJMBEKTOiJ tf i IWWDENT DJENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED jcp r JYlTHOUTPAIN v Ton IHpB Block up stairs Irr8PRINGFIELD KY r All Dental Work Strictly it Firstclass f DR J ti LAMPTON OfFICE i In Oper lotse iJ JltS J SIOGKI SPiaNGFIELD KY OFFICE Dr Rineharts for Mr offices over Peoples Deposit f Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm S j WFGRIGSBY i ATTORNEYATLAW r Office over eoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY DiStfrL16reeii DENTIST SAflkiudsol dental work Teeth y extracted without pain Offices forinerly occupied by Dr Hord PhWeSG SPRINGFIELD KY = 14 W HIATT M D SPRINGFIELD KY 1 Oflice in Peoples Bank Huilding Resdance 93 M 1 JC ephones rOffice5 dAMES GRAVES PEACTICAT W atchfflaker and Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing Spe cialty Located atT W Simms JrV old law office opposite J Court House Springfield Ky t RallVoad Schndjule t i Following is the time schedule now in effect on the FardatoWn rand Springtield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisvills Atj tO pm Bardstown Junction j 02pfn Bardstown 552 pfm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at ISiSO vm Bardstown 617 a m 5 Hard 40vn Junction 705 am arrives atLouisville 755 am No 48 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm o44Leaves Springfield a l20pDQ Bardstown 230 pm 1 BardstQwn Junotion 435 pm Jirrivesi at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlv Leaves 4 Sprin Afield at 715 am Bards V town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 ant arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91S ndays ohly Leaves Louisvilleat 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735p m arrives at Springfield 825 pnj t JOHN Y MAYES tFunRAl DIRECTOR AND QIULME t tfELEPHONE IDAY 19 NiGHT 74 SPRffiGFIELD KY Have You Hauliiie i TC DO ITSO call up JLi ALLEN attheDpt4i tFREIGHT AJ iBUIKS Iiiic4 FurniluriB Moved 4 tanything in the hauling i jhei done carefully and at c E tablelsf uf PHONE 22 tr 5cs LAXATIVE Honey and Tar t fereqtJroUl all other cough tt iyTfigs ItContaloij antiseptic prdper t i 4to destroy the germs solvent ptoperJe4 to fut the phlegm and lax l alivfr jpfopcrties to cleanse the ystem 3Vet Xaxatiro Honey and Taris a SpiiaItfjf jcrtnaneatI cure for al cogk5cl4 t lIgn bronchaltrou- 4114iUlaYti HayJon Fharmacyj t aSKv rpilU recently discovered by the 4yeueiab4e Dr Dade of Chicago Per jidns who haye used 1 ade Pills wit 1lQ1b r1They cur constipa oa dlalJby li i ydon4 Pharmacy w 1 1 TOWWUN I WWI mnw WU mwromnw Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and latest4 1 All AboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances IMMM Kruit Jars caps and rubbers cairbe had at lowest prices at JA Shaders f For your oeshmeat and ic go to F T Cox Co Next door to Joe Shaders store The best and whitest preserv ing sugar 18 pounds for a dollar at Jl A Shaders Ice for sale at Coxs butcher shop Full weight Jttain street next to Joe Shaders store See us for fruit jars caps rubbers arid tin cans Hagan Bros We kill only the best beeves We also have pork mutton apd salted meats E T Cox Co Special low sale on Jardinieres fr the nxt1O days Hagan Bros Base balls bats mits and other sporting goods cheapest and bestat JA Shaders A large and handsome line of Fruit Berry and Ice Cream Sets Hagan Bros See Boblitt Thompsons Benedict Bakers and Pat Kellys buggies All done at the Spring field Carriage Works Coal will advancesoon Placj your order with Allen Jones They are prepared to furnish the best coal at the most reason able prices Mr George H Lambert of Louisville an expert carriage painter has been engaged by the Springfield Carriage Works which is turning out some first class jjobs The taxes for thVSpringfield 1tGradedyear 1904 are now due and if not paid before August 7th the penalty will be added G C WtRToNJCoIlecOr Springfield G S District We will discoritinue from this date giving red rebate Stamp apd all those having stamps in their possession are requested to presenj same to WE Loath man and get prizes Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire The remainsof Mrs Montgomery widow of John Montgomery and a former residenfeof this place were brought here Saturday night last and buried at Bethlehem Sunday Mrs Montgomery lied at Bowling Green to which place she moved from here aboqt five years ago Three daughterst urvive her The Springfield and Lebanon base ball clubs will play another game of haul at the Graded School grounds on tomorrow Friday afternoon Lebanon desires revenge for past defeats andthe visitors will come prepared to takea much needed victory The game promises to b3 a good one iiid a large crowd will doubtless turn out Rafe Spalding a colorednuin formerly a resident of Spring field until of few years ago is here this w homeat eektfrOmllis he is a member ofSt Josephs Collbge a Catholic colored institution 10da ted near that place Tie school is an endowed one and Rafe is here okingfor bogs to take back and place in sc iobl So far he has been very successful in finding several in and around Springfieldi SFOR SALE desire to sell my place priva ely Said place contains 117f a ires of land the most of jt w set in grass There is about 40 acres of new good tobacco hriti s hich is close to barn and easy to house Said plac has on iioyood tobacco barn arid good tock barn also a small house with 4 rooms and ail necessary ol tbuildings It is situated on thu Beechland and Lincoln Run pike 6 miles from Springfield ank 21 miles from Valley Sill Station + B WALKER J Hon H B Sherman Deputy Organizer of the American oI ciety of Equity is here this w and has announced a meeting for Friday afternoon at the Court House th is place at which all the farmers of the cOunty are invited This is a society ol farmers organized for the ad- yancenent of the farmers inter ests Miv Sherman can tell the TOPICS former many things to their in interest and all should turn put to hear him Farmers through out tne country are recognizing the importance of organization Sand Washington county should j inthe movement The Springfield base ball club added still another victory to its record Tuesday when the boys went to BlO mfield and met and defeated on their bwn grounds the stiong club of that place The game was an exciting one from start to finish and Spring field again won out in the last inning by lucky batting Bloom field used two pitchers both of whom were hit pIe ty freely at times Colvin for the Spring fields allowed a good many hits but was effective at critical stages of the garnetIn the ninth inning with the score 12 to 11 in favor of Bloomfield Col vin brought in two runners with a long safe hit and the game ended in favor of our boys by the score of 13 to 12 A large crowd of Springfield rooters went down to feee the game- An important real estate deal which will put on tIe market some desirable building lots in town was consummated this week Mr C W Noe sold to a company composed ofT S Maye E A Cox and J G Mansfield five acres of ground lying back of his residence prop erty and adjoining the new Thurman Addition The corn pany also purchased of Mrs Mag Noe the rightof way for a fifty foot street torun through her propertY on Walnut street bali to their ground The street will be built clear on through to intersect with the new street re cently built through the Thor man Addition Tho pricoipaid for the land and for the right of way is 1750 Tho plot will be laid off into building lots ahd some very desirablel building st SWill be offered on the mar Let4S SM Karrick DeaL Mr S M Karrick formerly of this place but who has been proprietor of a hotel at Bloom field for about two years died at thatplace on last Friday after a ilong illness of Briglits disease Mr Karrick was in business in Springfieldi for about nine J previous to moving to rsI field and he and his ex wife made many friends at this place Mr Karrick had lived in Washington county for about fifteen years and had a large acquaintance throughout the county He Avas a man respect ct for his upright dealings and fairness to all in his busi ness relations which were ex tensive Mr Karrick married Miss Arnold ofMaud thi coun tyan4 of this union a son and daughter survive Many ex pressions of sympathy among friends in this coimnimity were heard for fche bereaved wife and children The funeral took place at Bloomfield and quite a number from this place attended All Ordinance At a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Springfield Ky held at the regularmeGting place Aug 3d 1904 a quorum being present S J Smock chairman presid ing and GC Wharton clerk the following ordinance was passed Whereas it is necessary in order to proteqp the health of the public to run a sewer from the rear of the First National Bank to Road Run Branch Be tit ordaided by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Springf- ieldf Kyj that the following tracts or parcels of land are need ed and necessary for municipal purpose in order to extend the sewer towit The right of way bra sewer pipe beginning at the alley in the jear of the First National Bank and extending South over the lards of John HI Moore Charlie Moore and R Y McElroy to Road Run Branch Sf J SocKS Chairman G Cv WHARTON Cl- erkCASTOR IlA Pbtlnfants and Children 1 The K fYDuHaYI Always Bought t l Bears the- lgiuiturqof Ill aJtAJtIiAJt Spectacles TOEVREEYE LPSIERGHlV EYE HURTERS AND HEADACHP MAKERS IF WRONu Who but yourself cap pre- vent3 your having them wrong rfif you dont got them at the 3 right place Not tie average 1 3 spectacle teller His misson Jseems to jBe to get your nose harnessnd with a pair that strikes your fancand opehs your purse t f It iis by knowing the opticall business thorougaly and at3 tendihg tot properly that we hope to build and to keep a j repu 1 CJs tiFIUSSELL Main St Springfield Ky DR fTV TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY To the farmers of Washington County The Kentucky Growers Insurance Company a strictly far mers company with office at Lexington was organized in October 1890 It covers the same 10 counties of the Blue Grass Ejection which it originally selected as its territory One of these counties is backward giving the support it should inI the management saidcompany contemplates withdrawing from it and substituting another county instead The first chance ittt this proposition is offered to Waphington county This com pany has at the present time up wards of two thousand members and has insurance lto the amount of 2OOOOO on the best farm property in the counties of An derson Boyle Franklin Faycile Garrard Jessamine Lincoln Mercer Shelby and Wood ford It iis stronger thao ever before in Us existence It has written sixty por cent more insurance In the past year than in any corresponding time Its rate ot pssess mcnt is high enough for safety and lov enough to give perfect saisfaclion to Its mem e sther- alt has not been changfd for the past three years and is likely to remain at that figure still llopgnrl because it has proven so sat sfanlorv This rate is about one half that chrgedby stock companies The t11pilOylcnows no such thing us dissatisfied member This card is addressed tto the farmers of Washington as1manywrite the company within the next 30 days and state their views and their ideas of what measure of promise Washington county will ofTen jf token into the company Let each ona who writes state what he himself will do In the premises Address v THE KENTUCKY GROWERS IN suiiANCE COMPANY 137 North Mill frit Lexington Ky A CARD To VOTERS otv THE MijBlakediesLor the Democratic nomi nation for Assessor in the Northern Divisipn of the county is circulating an qrrojicbus statement Which in justice to my self and to the voters of the Potts vi lie prechict I wish to correct Mr Arnold is making the claim that in case he is elected thathe will bethe Asses or for the Pottsville district He bases his statement oil the claim that the county is to be redistricted and Pottsville district will be thrown in the North ern division in which ha lives The contemplated redistricting of the Magisterial districts of the county will in no possible way change the Pottsville pro cinct as regards the Assessors office The committee in its call for the primary specially states that the race for Assessor be divided iinto two divisions and ndr the call the three Spring teld precincts Frederickstown Fottsvllle and Kelly Shop are in the Southern Division and the candidate living in that division and receiving the most votes is to be the candidate for assessor in the Southern Division and the one receiving the most votes in the other six precincts to be the assessor in the Northers Di vision and the one receiving the most votes in the county to head the ticket the other to be the LertJT 4 Repairing and Neatly Done at Prices i Spf IYI I will say most positively that if I receive the nomination that Pottsville Will be lin my ride re gardless of redistricting any thing else TPbBRYkN Candidate For Assessor rERScN L Mr S 0 Borilware Camp bellsburg Mrs Dr JohnSson and Powell Boulware of Eminence are visiting J A Boulware Miss Jessie Garth ofTexas MissIveoJatie McClaskey bomecear Bloomfield for a visit 1Mr G D Duncan has typhoic fever Mr James Duncan of Louis ville is visiting relutivestin UK county J Miss Jennie Redding and Mary Dehoney of Lebanon visited friends here this week Mrs W A Black of Dayton Ohio is visiting at the H M Moss home Mr HM MOSS and Miss Ienn spent Tuesday withMiss Jennie Duncan near BlpomfieU Miss Nell McCoy of Lexington isa guest at the home of Mr and Mrs E L Davison Jr Miss Mary Lewis is attending a house party at thehme of Miss Long in LouisvIlle IMrs Btttie Nichols mother of Mrs F a ifeae of this place and a former resident of the county iis lying at the point of death t the home ol her son Pr Thomas Nichols in NelSon county Miss Lyons of1 Lexington iis tbe guest of Miss Frrncis Martin this week MissEthel Bush of Chaplin is the gu9st ofher aunt Mrs ij W Bush this week T Miss Grace Smithers of Chap infs visiting MrsV F Grigs by this week George f Fenwick and Dave Hays of in Sjrinr field Sunday Misses Mary Hamilton of Fred jMortIweek tdsIYfslingM Mary Torg this week Miss Georgia Thompson of Louisville is the charming guest of heraunt Miss Sallie Thompson near town this week Mrs Katie Neale of Indiana is visiting the family olMr F R Neale Miss Gertrude Stokpr of Bardstown is visiting Misses Edith and Myrtle Price this week Mrs Laura Perry and Daugh ter of Utah are visiting at the home of her sister rsJ W Bush Miss Lilly Vancleave of ijTelson was the guest of Mrs W K Marks Cbis eek One of the mos en tertainments given Springfield for some time was tthe Flinch party given by Miss Mary Hay donat her home on Thursday EleenIprize only losing one game A most bountiful lunch was served after the preenling of the prize a beautiful Puff Box Misses Liz ie Waters Lydia McElroy Hadgie Brown Mrs Will Clark son and George Robertson assis ted in entertiining- Capt and Mr L W Wrightt have returned after a pleasant stay at Tatham Springs J L Allen and wife were at Loretto Sunday Mrs Mary A ftoe rej urn ed home Tuesday from a visit to Louisville Miss Nellie Grecue left Wednesday for Danville to atlendthe fair 1 Mr Paul South of Frankfort i tera this week 1a visit to friendsNat Thompson snd George NdkHc spent last Saturday and T7 UOflAPP MIl RR Manufacturers oj arnessand Strap WOFk Promptly Reasonable ingfjeld LebanohVer enjoyable Sunday at the home of Mr Joshua Ad mi n ar Harro3sburg H M ONan Jr is attending the Danville Fair this week WOOD CAMPBELL GUARANTEE v 1I0KA Cures Dyspepsia even more Quick ly Now Thanat other Seasons The point of least resistance is the proper place of attack This holds ortInThe summer iis the jetseson the whole year for the treatment and cure of stomach troubles JCbe out door life the commjan use of tfruits and vegetables and The lessened strain upon the pigestive organs alt help the cure Just take a Miona tablet after each meal and complete the cure This remedy mingles with the food you eat and aids digestion it soothes and heats any InCarnation that may be present in thtfltninff of the stom ach gives tone and Strength to the digestive organs builds up thenerv ous system and soon restores com plete health Wood Campbell J have so much confidence in the curative powers f Miona that they guarantee to ref ant- Ii a cost in case iu jdpesnot effect a cure Two weeks reatjnenl costs but 51cI Use it regularly foi am nth and if you are not more than satitfied with the results take back the two empty boxes to Wcod Campbell and they will refund your money without question A gnaranteej lilce this shows tire confidence they have in the remedy Now is the time to get well by using nona LETTER LIST k Remaining uiicraimed in the Springfield Pbs e for week Aug31904 1t Baba Edelen J Lan ford Mrs Mag KJason Mrs Harvey Murdoqk Mrs Nancy Scott Persons camng iqr tnesc letter willplease say advertised and give date of list W A Waters IJVM Commissioners Sale Robert W Johnson ex rete PIE vs Equity William Hinton c Pefts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1904 in the above cause shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield KYlon MONDAY AUGUT 22 1904 I at or about 2 ocloc c pw being county court day i3 the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Said land is located in Washington county Ky and Is Ilnnn on tie north by the lands of Thos N Jams on the south by the hands f Brengle on the east by JacobI Johnsn and James Spalding and cn the west by the lands of HenryWim satt and one piece of land isflisiJpited from above and lies between Janes land and H Wimsatt containing in all about GQJ acres For the purchase priqe the purchaser or purchasers witp approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from data of sale until paid and havibg the force and effect Of a Judgment Bidders will he required to comp y promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN W C C fo it botiauio a tad to study antungC und now n person spoukiiig only one tongue is looked down ijpon ns ex friimftlr Ignorait TtifHsl leads then cotiie German and French Papers In these three language are read extensively in Iceland mill may ibc foiuid in eli the village rending rooms The fiend anti Fret Theiolniection between the head and feet is well known A hot head Is or dinarily relieved py a hot footbath So cold feet tend to congest the brain and other internal organs Sometimes cvld fcetnre caused by tight lacing or tight fitting sBut it Is as much a sulctdnlnd to hasten death by com pressing the lungs or the feet ns by couipresslng Ihc neok with a rope I A Serloni Dcclxloti BeatrlxHnge1 six after remaining in deep thought for quite two minutes ad dressing her mother who has been choosing frocks for her Mummy dear Before you buy the frocks Ivo thougUt It nil over1 nndf think Id rath erbe h hnr Tnnflnti n fnfts Confined io IIIi Room Benefactor How Is your husband now my dear woman Poor Woman I am sorry to say sir he is touflned to his room Ijencfuctof Could I see him Poor Woman Possibly sir It you applied nt the county Jail JnotMnsr bat Probe Ir Rlchley hud nothing but praise for your work tqrhlm before the Citi zens comuUftce said the friend Yes replied jthc lobbyist gloomily nothing but praise Philadelphia Press PerfecUqD Husband nm cr whats the met herccnrltlLo I Bear thern OJkJWOXfcX4L lure d42t j 5tiWM i Vi JAiijiwwWi V v ViQi iIf ii Rodllt1oll tnClothing IIII t I Ih order b reduce iJL I j t0UR CLOTFUG I3 Jii t roomtfcfrsf 4 wllI I maKei t t aJS UNHEARDOFiDR tSOr 1 1 4Com in and l tus Qni I vince you that we are 1n 1 EARNEST i I So 1 I Robertson f Bros t r lftft HHIRIftHItIMIMIMIMMf = 5 etI r lJOHN S MqELROY- GCNERAL f NSURANG Ai1NJlc Life Fire and Tornadoy I QFFlCfeOVER PEOPLES ANK j During my absence from office WFrGrigsby or GeorgeNeikirk will attend to any business forme aEtErac muIUH = The Big Honey laker for ogRIlilsers t i tI Is Dr jos Haas Hog Remedy whicb jor more tllan2rm years has stood the severest tests and in al1f cases can depended upon r bel I DR HAAS PAYS FOR ALL HOGS THAT DIE ld iWIii valuable retcryhognier store vbichw1ybeN fA 25 Jb can 1250 half cans 50508250 J25 a df50c package Pl 2Oth Century Poultry Footl The greatest egg producer on the market tICeeDSfoyzls m healthy prevents cholera roup ahd all other plpultry diseases l25 Lb bat 35O25e per package ok QSm Haas Live Stock Aeftf dyM For Horse Cattle SheejiEfc jJq Ks Its name implies this REMEDY not a food anaitis un 1equalled icorrecting the common disprBera in horjae cattle and 16zI many of tb more serious complaHnt AsPIe t r grpwh prornoterandt surcpreyep fv from diSease a1c1Jas i ClOO OS AND 2Gc PER M ACKA6E FOR SALE BX cCLURE WELLS CALL FOR CIRCULARS SPRINGPIBJLD KY aEeEiEE 5lHD Qj ivW W IlW WiW iwwiiwiliwtwiWi I- Ii The IBest is the theilpest 1 And There isNoneetterThan Ii i ItIfIIIgj tFence for evety Purpose g fit will turn anything and can be rurover any IIkind of Igrpund All Sizes and As o tmeIt nfr Il 1 urns McClure Wc11s II3If SOLE AGENTS Springfield ly t m In M M U OUT OR WORK 7 Trnsrctly ofi TJucmlormcnt io tlie Maa AVlipjlM Aging j The tragedy ot ubimplojmcnt doepi ens tii the cise ofthoso ncn who fire vlsiljiy Mglnjr passing prematurely inf to tijat condjtlou yftou society Ins netl thor use not regard for their servlcear The idcveloijment cf tho modcrn city life In its feverish thirst lor gain suck up tub activities of the young Work can Always be found for the children IHJt the nlnnlot forty has al ready becouie suspdct At fifty there Is evidently1 s retchluk before him the bleak old age of the unwanted poor The despairing clutch of the aging at ny degrading occupation which be fore they would hate scorned Isone of the onlll1o cst andipltlfulest sl hteot modern litel I think of those whom I have know those who dye their hair to keep thEf appearance of youth The applicants Ifor positions their etfortsr toward retfpcctabll ty Ink lined coat the siynhblnesil concealedi the at tempt always so grotesque tfnd mel- feetiJe to strike the right Inpte be tween a dignity that will commahd re spect and tin eaeerlneM t1it w4H beV Q rt mere moh licaiit pleading f6r alL V t 1 eI 1cronf1wlt1rcco ot DVCI thirty years consistent exhibiting handg t5tised and gnarled dnUylthrOtZh book and a FREE copy of had at our for per l 1 sheep did th6 Ii nn tjgouy tao otto panic roiir is not that lha shall lIQ cMnpellfd bujf iuahb fj ror the tcqe sttr of tenement ifjjn L h lung aside from the active 1IIoIteiJiMri of the world who cnnt q1lUr iw Mf f themselves1 to Join the vneiipl4yM processions or solicit Si proaibeniijMi charity ofc the crowd who cJt tikftf desperate liOpctliatSgr4 7 Urt ijiai I will lighten tie nrfScte hiais Jfta t sonic one1 will be Jotn detMirser- vices This Is in JG iisas sat frugal conimtnUty with imLvkt mtp porting its chlklren Ut jaiiiKl wIMh pQUclng Into itsLtxMrd 5i lMyoi thf fl dreams 4isad cb f si4 I vaiii iu l arfisca1i oily be irsh1eIL la theintpr days of flIkp4s4d el1t ltev1e lt Ceiiveri lI There nothing wxe isfciwffc than tIle iutroducte of tlvcAit convcrsathiitn1i sliorl f t1iM i4ci- uU5e nlLUiMLi lIe who ieEt s tthilIIlS says SwffrtI ut eitMr bave i T r largo iloci CXR ee t t often chfe hI ce4iT 5oue ta setofjtm trunk toteUier N t bus TLby take posesa1o l of Itl tii tc troJlrgMar iatrO4lutiOfl- one et nud thCIL you qJUAt have tlr wjiote rope aivi jtliferpttawa et Y0fythliif llseperthjji rot that meeting ttKjwjU you nay IWe tpaftl all ot tlww tw uljr- ttmai HOISTING ROlE ke flYeZ4t Hf VJreUjiaii WIiIC1L- II I4c3 Z3i1I Dej3CUIv t et r31OSa used for 1 501110 of themost hi loresting data In connection vflfy wire ropes 1re obtained wlU their use for hoisting putposes tlundwds of thoU Iie8are Ilteriillycach lay I liMtijr TJJ a small wire thread as the lion are jowc st into aiiia hoisted fronj tJjie bOweIsot the earth nnd in man cjfses the tdnyjjiedna of coinmunlcatloi lj tfleiyi rfc Siufacc and tile under ground workings which are from a few1 leettp a inile In depth Is by Sjcomparatlfqly small hoisting1 rope Think of hanging from the end ot a ca ble only a few Inches in dlanietcrant ji felje long beIng hoisted at a rate- 41aii la faster than that of the aver iji9rillroadtrahiantt suie Idea of tim ijoistia prpblejn can be gained T tSOhJuortf the wire rope manufactur era itinist be sad that very few shaft 4 tac ldcntfc ac tluc to the breaking of s tliC rope eceptifl where tim cige Ia ovcrpuiid and iinvKarraJitcd clea andj t are iiiade upon tile rope or vhIcai tto nccable to false conoiij on the pari- f5 tlfe users of wire rope No part bi jaf mining plant isi iporo carefully In f FpeCttd anti vfltched than the hoisting rpgc and voiy ftrvvmhie managers will- titko any uunccessiiry risks iii tim l ostIig of mcu The skill of the wire jrajib maker ts taxed to tjbe utmost tc jjrjpyiilO ropes for hoisting from gieat tlepiisJC To make a roilp of practicabk fllzc that will be sufficiently flexible s ynd tliiit will beat even lifls own eIght Is no I11 problem for in such eases ttie freight o1 the rope la often mudi- Tinore than the material lifted hence we hav6 tapcr rope intended to give a vj ylngi cctinnrtlopondent on the ainont of rope off the drum or rceiT 1Mi1c3 tndMineralsS sErrINa THE CLOCK FAST A Jlpnunni Sort of Dctfcptlou Corn- inoiv 6 3 iar Pcoylc It iii a 4oiamoa thing to find the clocks Jn qiJic nit of lou households either Jifteen wiluntosior tolt mi hpur fast and should you hapnon to be in a hurry or mention thu fact that you have to boj iiig you are at once reds sured by tile fapt that you have no cause to hurry as the clod is so much aSoad of the time w ilasit ever occurred to you why- cfiloclts are usunlly put ahead Some jiiyslcfaus have said It Is due to lazl ness for It Isvsuch a satujfaction te the lazy liiaii to find when he lute to get- vn at 7 in tIme morning and strains his half closed ejyes to look at the clock tliatit is half an hour fast and he has uuch more time t doze With the result that lie oversleeps himself any how and misses his train or boat id a wutchmaktr ivhcn asked nboift the cubjeclt Yes it Ik a peetiinfr thing with most people to put thQlr cloclca fast and while there may be some satisfaction in it when it cauies to dozing a little longer there Is really no advantage in It fulr when yori wake up eny at 0 and frlauce nt the clock and it registers halt past C tIme met remains that it is a 4S half hour Zest XVhllo this may maim 3pu feel easier knpwing that you still Lave thirty minuses to doze I confess I dont see mqch advantage in it Why not have the clock right It is 4 tlift ame thin in the end- Suppose railroads were to put this I into practfcO how many tralns dcfyou iTIiik people would ihlss thereby This I patting clocks fast iaucally only a 1pietaaut Toau of deception which pee rLpie like to practice bu themiselves hut it does more harm than good1 New yorlc Hcrjild v A Wny Spencer hail- Herbert SpCMcer Jtad a Pasjsion for gcueraiizntlon If you remarked Jt was a fine day Seimcci would answer Yes antlcyeJouc coudltftins lo- Vaonc dC yesterday seldom break up without warning of the adxput of i eloprcsslon frdiu westwlird If you observed that MraJones was a pret iy woman Spcncbr would reply HeV father was a vet highlander and her 55inotlter an Irishwoman aNti Intcrnar rlagc between bhjfhljindcrs arid lrlfi al most always produces physically hand some but intellectually Inferior chll 4driiifti Guqrilln the Month Remeiriber the disgust which over spreads the faces in a railroad car- when a woman was seen togivQ her poodle a drink from the public drjnk Ii5g glass Iso one else touched Jtdiir lag that trip but it I3 more dangerous and not less disgustifig to drink after human beings than a dog Fortunate ly most disease germs die casllyand It Is chiefly by the quHcdlrcct means of contact just suggested that the con tagious diseases pass from one to an Other If we put nothing into the mouth except what belongs there we might ride In a car with a diphtheria jiattcntand run no chance of catchlng the disease Disease gorms do not Hy nbout seeking wlioni they may devour- itiic matter of protection Is largely Xour own hands Good Housekeeping I Oragging Pains L 2825KceleySt CHICAGO lit Oct2f 1902 I suftjercd with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the groins I Buf fared terribly at the tiriSc of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain IWlhat ta try 1 bntAvtnotfor it- seethed that had llil oil and- failed but I 1ad nevrtied Wino- of Cardui tiiatbleseqdj remedy for sick women 1 fotirieUlt j casadt to take and soon knew timtl bad the right medicine New blood scemetl to course through my veifls and after using eleven bottles 1 iraa a well woman Mrs Busa is non in perfect health becafeBo took Wine cf digbrders- bearingiyF paina anct Winding beadacbOs beH all other remodjes failed to bring her relief Any Eotferer may secure health by Dik ing Wine of Cafdui in her home eThoirstbottkr adyiuces the p ticat ihe ia pa U e roaeC tobealtk Toe driee in eases requiring aI diictiOoi address ing somz1ThO Ladies Advisory flcpa2tm t ii Chattanoog XediineCo Ghattanooga Tcaa L f CONJUEBES Of INDIA ThEIR FEATS COMPARED wm TKOSOFOUR MAGICIANS The WOnderi That ri EnglMi Ota ccr Saw Performed by a High Caste nihiioo lierria tmi 1lion Trick That Ilewliacrcd tC Oriental The wondecful talc that have beer told of the fata of jllndoo conjurers IdpnbtlCFS derive much of their effect from the inability of intralned observ era to report tidily what they have seen An ordinary 4 kk of sleight of hand may be so ties ribed in all sin cerity by one having no knowledge of thq art as to bp utt aIy Inexplicable A simple reversal of the sequence oi riibvemonts may boiifllclont to make time described feat an utter Imposslblll ty and yet the relater will demand that you account for It as ie thinks he savi It or admit that theflcad or the devi lied a hand In It Herrmann went to India to see for himself what the jug hers of the orient could lo hoping tot ckup sonic won dorfully clever trlckf but he was Ut terly disappointed E oiler Hertz Kel lar anti other wastcr magicians I bei have hind similar cspcrlences In In die At least none if them brought hack any notable add tloii to his reper tory of Illusions lit rnnanrf told me that the Hindoo faklr lied a few stocl tricks depending upor apparatus svcL as the mangrove fea and the basuel deception but were rot adept in pure sleight of hand JIIs feats of palnipp mystified them conjph toly For example a par y of native Jug glers boarded the step nshlp in port anil performed somp jf tl elr feats Herr maim appeared before them with a live pigeon Jn ln laud twisted oft time birds head and tJ cyvthe body oyor the ships side and i Irected their at tention to the severe heads which he thou vaMilshed H then held his empty hand outstreti hed ami the pi goon alighted upon Is palm uphurt The Hindoos vcre ecply impressed but the trick was sin pic The pigeon was a pet hrdtralnotj to come to Hcrr inanui hand When he pretended to twist Its neck he tuck si Its head under Its wing and brought Into view a pro paiped head which li id bccn palmed Tossed over the side lie bird fell until it got its head out from under the wing and so was lost to sight for a momout While tier ma in tfn hold lug the attention of his audience by vauishirigthe tithe head the pigeon was soaring to getits bearings and it cainq to liand at the right lime Yet Lcre are hit elers who aver that Herrmann and his fellows saw onlythc common jujjj hers of India and that the tales of oric itch macyels are not all lies out of whc Ie cloth If their descrlptlbus of vvhat they profess to have seen are to be accepted as ap inoxiiiately accurate there is a flue Hold fOr psychical re search in Hindu stan and our wcstqra mystilierd have much to loam Some years ago ijiiet a veteran of the British army wh had served sev enteen years in indu and had seen many strange things In his time His paine wad OFarrclI and when he re tired he was scrgcli it major of the Eightyfourth reglmeiit of foot He was one of the glUT soh of LucUtiow during the siege In tl c time of the se poy mutiny and won time defeuse of Lucknow medal I told the veteran what Herrmann had aid about Hindoo magic and he replied that it was more than probable that nothing remarkable was lone b the sort 7f fakirs one ivouffl be lilcely to sea In a run about the counjry But OFarrell declared that he hail seen trlcE which could not lie porfonncd by sleight Of hand npr explained by any tluory based upon the methods of westei n conjurers antI reforreU for spec lie corroboration to General A Herbert Sir Havclock Allen General Thom s LIghtfoot Get eral Barton and other British oil ccra of note who he averred were present ita roiuarkablejexhllltlon In Lucknow lu April 1S59 and ms do notes of what they saw I never h ve had an oppor tunity to verify the r ferences Sergeant Major Otarrell projiluced what he said was lila llary of 1830 and froin the entries then rondo he verified all the cssentlal fca ures of his ncr rative of an exhibltkn given by a na tive conjurer before lie oflicdrs of time garrison at tie reqtHst of Lieutenant Burns of the Roya artillery The scene was one of t ie officers mess rooms selected wit out consnltatlpn with the performer The conjurer sal the old soldier came without any pparatu or bag gage other than a casket the size of a cigar box He wasj a tall dignified titan about fiftyfive rears of age end avidontly of high cost He wore a tur lieu flowing white robe white pajamaX and red slippers Wi en he cutered me room he bowed to Us audienceand thou dlrebtcd upon each person m turn the ptcady gaze of a reuiarkXuIc pair ofidark eyca When he opTed at me could see only these lustrous eyes and my perception of tlursurrouudliigs became confused and ague The man said uitlihig but at a slight sign his single attendant opened the easiket and took hcrcfrom a cash mere shawl which h i spread upon the loori Tile conjure seated himsiIf upon the shawl and naked in English for the loan of a tipi Colonel Mont gallery marked a ci In timid handed it to hlln and the con urcr laid it upon the shawl He raise the forefinger ot his right iand end tiio coin turned up on its edge lie wa etl his hand and lie coin spun aciois tIme floor some three or four yards At a sign of the forefinger the rupee stopped spinning find stood on Its edg A slight wave of the hand and the coin danced back stopped cud vnntebcL- An ofihrr asked low the trick was tlene- and time man r plIed that he had dpno nothing But vesaw ybu iisted the adjutant You thought you lid replied the Illni oo with a smile but the colonel has the rupee In his ocltot It was ns he had said All ho link his gazo iai gcd froth fade to See of the audience 5white sUfc hindkcrchlcf was spread before us an in a moment I saw lumdredsot brlli lant beetl s of all- eqiors crawling upon it I nudged my icjghbor a noncom and called his at ention to the displa Ills head lied been turned force Iii slant and I feared lie would mist thu sight Turning ib games I dirttclea he Deemed PUS zied for t moni nd theuho rout efed to uicsthaftuml Un4t sec anything but t ivhlle handkorcljlcf and the next locoud the beetles faded from my sight and 1 was not sure that I had ecu them at ail llia conjurer unwound a few feet Qf thread front a bal of spun iotton and cast the cndiuto the air nvhece it ccjned to float rteieutly a cobra ap peered beside him Its head elevated and gracefully swa fug Its tongue arling out anti In anil its hood spread towing thespe tacle mark At a sign r arRII 7 tne serpent gnoea tp rae tnrena ant balanced in midair and atJinotbcr sIgn It turned swarmed down the vertical tinpad and disappeared the instant that itf touclfbd the Jloor f lieutenant Burns had made two at tcmpts to leave time room but the fin doe liad caughthis dye each time ami the ofllcer purpose seamed to fade from lite nllud After the cobra1 trick however Burns managed to slip out nnd when he came thick the conjurer was sitting cross legged In the air two or three feet above tIle floor i115 left arm resting upon a short rod tmdei cover of tim ehawl Burns stopped quickly forward anil snatched away the shawl io rod was there and the man was seated upon the floor al though I could have sworn an Install before that he was at lent two feel above the floor The diary shows that fourteen tricks wore performed nIl of them be wildering concerning the details of which no two of us agreed exactly The last was lt striking one The carpet around the seated conjurer became vip lently agitated and presently a num her of cobras my diary says sis but others saw three four OP live and n green snake appeared They glided about the man reared and struck at him and time green snake twined about hl ueck The Hindoo arose drew from his girdle a long sword that tar tainly was not there a minute before and cutS the serpents in pieces TM severed parts squirmed about and the blood dyed the white shawl crimson It was all done In silence as things happen in n dream At a iiod the attendant gathered up tho shawl by the corners concealing tim snakes end the blood anti atan otlter sign he spread It out again as unspotted as new snow No sign of thi slaughtered reptiles remained At time conclusion of the perform cuce the man was urged to give some explanation of his feats but he smiled tuid said lie haiL done literally nothing flue oiflecrs Insisted that they had sefcn timings done lint he only stipok his head repeated You thought so but nothing whatever was done amId went 4 away The explanation obviously to bo In erred from tIm veterans manner of telling the story was hypnotic sugges Lion lie declined to commit himself either for or against that theory said he had no erplanatlon to offer anti would go no further than to say hct thought he saw what he lied described Hypnotism and telepathic suggestion are occult enough to appeal powerfully to time minds of those who deem the feats of spirit mediums worth Investi gating and if one assumes the vera cious accuracy of East Indian jugglery ales should be mysteriously niiii pscudb scientific eupugh to explain the miracles of Mahatuias and YogiA1 len Kelly lu New York Post ttOtljr Mountain Lakes The irio t lofty mountain lakes are found mnon the Himalaya mountains Jn Tibet Tbh altitudes do not how Over seem to have been Very accurate Jygaugcd for dlffdrcntauthorltles give widely different figures regarding thom According to sonic Lake Manasaru var one of the sacred mites of Tibet la be twccn 10CCO and 20000 feet abov the level of mite sea and If this Is so it Is undoubtedly time loftiest In time woiid Two other Tibetan lakes those of Chatamoo anti Surakol are said to be 17000 and in400 feet In altitude re spectively For a long time it was sup posed that Lake TIticaca Jo Squth America was the loftiest In the world It covers about 4500 square miles la 024 feet In its greatest depth and Is 2 000 feet above time sea In spiteof the iiicxttctltudc with regard to the meas urements of the elevation of the Tibet an lakes they are no doubt consider ably higher than this on anyothor rhllfdelphla Ledgor IIOllClCHH Case The forgetful man was stopping jauntily along with a smile bn his cheerful face when lie was accosted by a friend Look here said the mann Why in the world are you carrying urn brolhisr ts7 Why let nie think said tho forget tel man OhWs I knov w It lisp pened My wire wanted mo to get her umbrella thats been imjmUjl and she thought Id better bring tilomig mine to remind me it being apleasant day and then I thought 1dYeiter bring two In case I stepped Icriam where Jnud Imp pened to forget no oftheni T apycd lit Armor Trying o1i anciant artnor iis notall ays art agreeable experiment Jmlg lug y6ni tIme experience W a Freud artbft Ho hind bought aXqualnt old hpimctand put it on his own head to fudge time effect Unfortunately hu touched a spring the visor shut dowji suddenly and being alone in the stu die he could not free himself from the mediaeval head covering without help At last he ran Into tile street where his appearance created considerable amusement till a charitable passerby I managed to sot him freer Hour Glass We Risk ItDruggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine FailarToOf course we reimburse the druggist You know him and trust him Dr Allies Nervine la lacaiclne for your nerves It dures Hscasc3 of tim internal or CVKJ by eivlns tone to tho goon which make 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goes to St Puuli cathedral he la to sure your sIlver spurs ciogypyr Ii0olsnnd thou the boys vvlllsxvqrm about you like so many Avhito buttoifllof Vlum you are lii elicit quire you shall draw forth a per furacd jinbroidDiad purse the glorious sight of which will entice many Celia trynica from their ddvotlon to wonder Ing aptl quoit sHvW Into time boys hands that It majbe linird above tin first lessen although it bft read in a voice as big as ono of the great or ganSl The custom would appanr tc have originated from the distnrbuuc of divine service in the cathedrals by the jingling ef the spnira of person walking wIthin their precincts a tri fling flue being Imposed upon offenders calltfd spur HWHQE the jollectlon 01 which was left to the bwdlea and sing lug boyS If hoyovor time youngest chorister present failed ip render his giniut correctly npon 1tflII challenged tUC tax could not bD ifvied 1ooliin Aflcrllic Snllorw rSailcfrs are never more than chliarcn In hiutiy respects Of all lives theirs In intul hiHtAic o narrowest The poor tats have more herlsion than people on innd bjt their footstool Is a mere mntler of a few foot lieain and a few hundred over ail When they ar rive In New York harbor after bnuy weeks or mouths at sea and start out for a good time this sort of notice In ikstcvl In nlurlne Journals and bulle tina of QOinmcrce by agents slarc them in time ftice wherever they go British strainer Monkw tern Sallies master from Vqst Africa ports Is dischnrgiiig nf pier 700000 All per sons am hereby cauttonod against liar boring or trusting any of tlyj crew as no debts of their eoutJfactinj will be paid Dy the captnin punters or Quittal Ucrby pi agents How would you like tolafvo tliafi tHgsed tin to you In eCry iwrif Those poor infants of the occjnl ev Ydrtt Press If a ma hnsnny sense at all In him love affairs lo loses Jtwlien he scent a rlvnl Atchisdn Globe COSTS HUM UNLESS CURED i Fair Offcr Madcky WooI Campbell fovitli Sulfcrcrs 4Fion Catarrh Wood QiQipbeH are selling Ilyo mei on a plan that has caused consid erable talk amongst their customers The plan Is different from that fol lowed b other r raedi cab itt tile rem edy itself isdJflvrent ilseJr This treat ment for the cure of catarrh Jias such ati unusual record of cures to its cjraUit that Woocf Campbell offcr to refund thejnoneVif it does uot gi Je the de sired benefit This is certain one of the fairest offers thst can be made and anyone who has catarrh and does not take ad vantage of it is doing him self or herself an injustice Do not suffer any longer with tick ling smarting burning eVewatcring troubles that afflict thosbwbo baye catarrh t Hyomclvill curcyoubut if lyoit houlcl not find it atTaptcd to your Came Vood Campbell will re fund yourmonfy Pine salve4cis hikda ponlticc There is no sore boil or abrasion of the skiu Pinesalvc will not cure Pinesulve draws the lire out of a burn instantly and heals without leaving a soar Sold by Haydoiis Pharmacy The Origluiel tua1oittnnine Wayno find just wj11 ths battle Ot Stony IoJnt Uut vlly Inqnlrod thin British do they call tfbu Zlml Aiithoiiyr Because replied thiTdonguty KCII AnglomaniueViuttlng pressed ouyrard taking with him soy eral cannon of the hitet Kngllsh man uf acterc 5 ev YorkrrlbumieS Serlotis Defeat Touns mniithl8 olesntor Is out of order I shall curfnfnly report It to any liusbnnel who Is an asstetant elevator Inspector hiiswhints the matter with It maaniV The mirrors mire united and dingy slrClilcugo Tribune Inconsiderate Slabel 1ito b Uex Miss IJpnds is In love with that poor you us lawyer Clara What a shangsj AWl site would make such a good wife for some follow who was marrying for money Puck i Chagrin Little Dick Undo HljcJiard what Is chagrin Uncle Ulcharii DIckio clra iliu1 Is that feeling you ought to have when you kck at Uiecst nml fall over backward ndJanaiiiOif8JoHrnal v In the hour of dlstcen arid mliwry time eye of every inortxl tunia to XHpiul ship in tin hour of gladu1w8 tSidcon vlvlality what Is your want It Is frltntisblp A Case oFJicceimltf- 3iy soiisttid thcNnaraqjii toa pmail boy vho wits dlsgfitgr dut you know that It is a sin to dip on Sunday except hi case of necessity Yes sir rtOffJiKl jim younR ter Then why dont jum Still Itr asked the good nijui Cause this ffia case of necesslty replied tim yOung pTiiIa spllor 1A tel her caivt fish without bai trpcarsons Weekly J An He Interpreted It how ninny conunnndments wore ivcnto Moses1 shed the Sunday school teacher of sn all Boblir- He could not Ienii ntbor so In order to prompt him she hjld up her ten tin gers Oh I kmmowrhie exclaimed trium piiantly Two handsful Cincinnati Enquirer OipornnltiCM For Good Deeds Rcme iiber tluit If yie opportunity for great deeds nevr comes the oppor tunity for gooddoqls is renewed for yon day k day Xhe thing for ut to long for 1s the goodueSs not the glory Frederick W Farrar z Eminlneii Piker Why did lucy call the mo lacval period the dark ages Pfo essor Because itjvas knight time ornell widow f When a real niepkman gets good and mad ho comes mighty near having its Atchlson Globe hair Uamsrug Just when the mutilation of the dead by tearing the skin from the bond be gap Win never be known for the origin lost iji tIm midst of ages the record extendIng back beyond even the myth ical perjod of mans existence In the book ot nceahec a It Is recorded that at the termination of ono of the battle f of whleJh that bloody history Is so tuli the vl teirtous Bpldlcrs tore the skin from the heads of their vanquialied foes This would be evidence that the custom of scalp tnklngwua one f the Indulgences oven of thonu people of whom Ttb hhvo record In tho Bible Belt as U may It Is an established fact tlttit tlic otistom Is a universal one 30 far as savage man Is concerned Vhetheir ethnologists can build a Vhe oty of a tiouitupn origin of innn from this or nOt or wliether this can be taken fp aif evleloncfe that time Indians are lhedesccndants of the lost Ismolito tribes because of their habit of securing uiPiiiDiflpe of haIr from their fallen en cnilee Is sou cthing time alone will de velop Be that iJS it may it ft a filet that all Indian tribes to a certain ex tOot soalpfhefr ciiemlesvvho Intro en in battlp London Globe CurIous Knot In Jiutnrnl Hint dry An Itfttdent which will be interest lag to naturalists Is told In a recent number of time Scotsman One of the foresters Iii the employ of tfiq Marquis Of Lothian was returning Trdtlr lila work whoa he noticed a wild duck fly Ing rein a larch tree Oii close exami nation he observed a common brown owl Ip6kin down from what appeared to beirtsat In the cleft of the tree about thirty feet from the ground amid Apparently near the place romu which ihe duck lied Uowi Curiosity prompt ud him to climb to the place whlcii he did vltji great dlfllcuHy The oll on lila appVoach flew off and to lila sur prise he found In the nest two eggs an owls and a wild ducks It Is not njicenmnon for both owls and ducks to bullet their nests high up 04 trees but It lsunht ard of for one nest to be ap proprlaloel by both birds A Clever 3IliiInter To the town of orridgcwock In Mauie said a clergyman a strange minister once came to preach lie preached duly and after the sermon was over he mingled with time cojigrei gatlon expecting that some one would invite iiiui to dinner One by one how ever tile congregation departed Offer lug thehungry minister no hospitality and he began to feel anxious Where was lie Ogett As the last deacon was leaving the church the minister rushed up to him and sbqok him warmly by the hand 4I want you ter come home and dine with me the minister said Why where do you live fealllthe deacon Vljbout thirty miles from here Thedoacbn reddened Obi you come and dine with nic instcad he said A CypK Prophcti- jAnKnsllsh magpzlne relates fl curl out Instance of gypsy prophecy f The third Earl of Ialmesbnry as Lord FitzliftrrlB was riding to a ycoflfianry review near Chrlstchurch vhon Ills or dQrlytspmo elstance in front Ordered a gyriywflinan io open a gate Tbe fyi sy woman quietly waited tiiil Lord FItrlu ifi amid his staff rode up when she aditvefittKl them saying Ob you thinkiytori mire a lot of flnp fcllows now but ain tell you that one day your bciHfc will whiten In that field Lord FilJjtrr3 laughed add asked lion vhother wh0 tlronght they wore going to Imvft a lutttie aikllng Ifwas no very likely In tlwt cnse thcywotihl choose such it spot ilejre tluwi forty years later the field was turnoll Into a come ti4y fS A Country of Linguists Almoet every native o liolnmu1 vq the pca nftK and fishrrmni can speak at least one foreign larguage betides iIe best lrmib Thubett Sovo cors io U liriaiit nfuei to study languages cud nosy a iiirJoTJi Speaking only one tmte hs lookinl uTown ujiouases rruiciy JBn0rant linglisii lends then oiue Ttrm n anti Kreitch P v ctS In ihir three hniguagets are read oxtomi slvbly In IccIiVnd mict jnay be found In ill the village roailiftaraomV The Hciul and Feet The connection between time head and feet Is well known A hot head Is or dinarily relieved byn hot footbath So cold feet tPiul to congest time brain anti othdr interm otgnns Sometimes oiid feet are camejd by tight lacing or tight fitting shoe Rut It 1s as much a suicidal net to Illusion death by coin pressing the lifiigs or time feet as by compressing the iiock with a rope A Serious Decision Beatrix nge4 six after remaining in deep thought for lUltC two minutes ad dressing her mother who hits boon choosing frocks for her Mummy dear before you buy f the frocks Ive thoughtit nil ove1 and think Id lath er be a bdy Lotieion lUBitsp Conduct to Ills Uooni Benefactor how IS your husband now my dear wtmiiin Poor Woman I am sorry to say sir he Is confines Ato his room Bemeractor Could I see him Poor Wonan ossjbly sir If you applied at the cgunty jail Nothing lint Praise i Mi nichley hajl nothfng but praise for your work forvliirn before the dti euis commlttoesald the friend Yes replied the lobbyist 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