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N r iT i Ti iiI f Ii X I1i r l J fj Jy I IIJ I i N i1 ftl NEWSLEADERI I1T 1i 45 tf f I1 r X ii k r ft jfj SeiriesVil fio 481j SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COWTI J KENTUCKY DECEMBER 1 1904 Y j i rYifb A TEAB INew r 1y ll IEMBALMERSI fT Carry In ttook al1krniJl of MipII PlnraI OUR DIRECTORY A 1 e SPRINGFIELD county seat of T Washington County 52 miles south east df iticxiiiftton 59 miles from ouisvilte on Bardstown branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in z farrnngjind agricultural district IP Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber yardsWpiationi1GO population of county 15000 I Representative ifl Congress Hon D fl Smith HpdgenVilleKy Representative in Kentucky Legis lature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in Stitt Senate Hon Harrv Lancaster Lebanon Xv County Directory CIRCUIT COURT f Circuit Court begins on the fourth Th5 Monday inFehruary May and Octo i ridH Thnrman Judge R LiurhamI Commonwealth At ocey FM Campbell Clerk MX3 LeachmaD Master Commiss Oaer iis QUARTERLY iCOURT Court is hefSn the third tQuarterlyMonday in each month Bi L Litsey Judge X t cbUNTY COURT County iL1meets on tbe fourth Monday in e icfc m uth BLitseyJudgeW eFJrc trS May es County Attorney George Catleti Jailer i jC By conCroake Sheri1fre tRicardIshain v Sidney Osborne KH MulHcan yDepuli Ed Masters James F MooreOounty Surveyor ifc I Royalty ASsessor to T P OBryan Deputy Robcrt1foeTreasurerj rW Bush Saltof Common Schools PO Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge g JoiaG f i sj M xrai it tV F Grigsby City Attorney- JUSTICE COU1TSJn tice Courts are held in January April July and October e= Church Directory r O METHODIST CHURCH Rev J C Hosldnson Pastor Ser vicfcsanthe First and Third SundaTS In 6ch month aU1 din and 7 30 SujidBySchOOl Jr every Sunday at0amr percinecting every Wedncad2y Ilgj t M CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Set every Sundafat 8 and 10 oclock V14s Services at St Rose same hours 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service lee nd and fourth Sunday in e301 mothSr PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH T Ji ReV T D Latimer Fr ator Ii Sunday at 11 amPreaching every an at 7pm Sunday school every Sn aday at 10 am Prayer rat etlng ev srv Thursday eveningrat 7 oclock L BAPTIST CHURCH j ev WTO HattiBon Williams Pastorcj PreachiflgeVerY Stmay at 1Lani 716 pm SAtnday School every fid at930 am Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 715 oclock T IiFraternal Urdefts lodgeIi MASOXIC t5DGE Spring fleid Nb50 meets first and thinUMoaday a iieach mouth fe WashintoU R ACbapter No 57 fleets every second Tuesday tspln field Council No 52 meets on MondayBT erv ipurth kwidHTS of Tits MACAHEBS Meet every first Wednesday in each mon 3SSSSS S3S- Ip AMERICAN 1kaILVER1 I I f i 1 f5 Il l rXI BMf ICOOLI ITU 5 as ntonIFor lejby C J W jrOaikiWh 3SWWlKSi irfiiW mli rthg ri IteOUNDOrTitl 11- I Ii MM M M MMf r STheRisS1aMMraI I He thought he saw torpedo b as His heart with horror beat fIHebangedavarwlthmightand ai Then signaled a Retreat He thought he sawjamapowar Awickedlooklngcu3s J He looked again ad saY it Vas hippopocamus Pull steam ahe ad FullsteafaaaheadJ j lllieJap3 reF t Ius He thought he gawp floating mine His nerves were in a cramp t He looked again aQdsawll wasEA pennypostge tamp4 Wed best dig butbf bere lIlle said The pights are getting damp He thought he saw agiant JaptWho waved dripping knife Helooked again andsaw it vas A lletter from jhis wIfe UIdy nerves are getting worse he said Ill have to quit this life Bert Lesion Taylorl in Harpers Weekly JTJI Treasurer has advertised that he will pay off the remaining C O and the turnpike bonds of the county on December 5th and holders thereof are re quested to bring same in for can cellation The calling in of these bonds wipes opt all of the bonded indebtedness of the county which ancient of much importance and should be the cause of rejoicing among the taxpayers That old Cumbdrfand Ohio if railroad debt has been a heavy do load for the coiinty to carry for the past 35 fears and the Burden of paying the interest on thetiond and th4 bonds them selves has been something which has caused tbe county to fallu short in other matters where ex pendifaires werei called forIf Washington county has paid 103000 with interest amounting nearly as mu0h more for a railroad which shi failed to get This looks like a very unjust state of affairs bu ifs neverthe less true as all who are acquain ted with the his ry of thejlk Cumberland Oh p railroad deal well know At he same time County Treasure Rqbert Noe will pay off 750 county turnrj pike bonds which vill alsowipe- ut that debt TIM only bonded indebtedness now hanging over by the county is about 12000 due the railroad district The C bonds which Ijiave burdened this county for so many years were issued April 1st 1871 to theamount of 103000 Since that time the coupty has been strugging to pay them off a few each year until the last one isc paid The cancelling of these bonds leaves the county in better financial condition than it has been for yearsand next year the income is to be devoted we Understand to some needed public iraprovements County Judge Lit ey in speaking of the matter points out that there will be a much larger fund to be used pnI the turnpikes which is perhaps the most needed public improvement we have with us SETTLED Although NOT dissatisfaction with certain defeated candidates in the last cOunty Peinocrati primary has quieted down iit is by no means settled with at least one of the leaders It is said that the head of the late sheriffs ticket which went down in defeat jCDO1 ibringing a qontest for the place fof It is said that he has gone 59 far as to employ attorneys to look is IJIl l IJIF nit it appears thatlawyers diff r on that point and that the attor neys for the candidate lave made up their minds 7chey have a good cause for ac 1ionfor their client Tir ATER Wenbticethatthe 1 the water question has become a serious one with a umber of throughout the Stat It would be the same forfl the excellent water system which is furnishel for the town The water works here iis owned by privata corporation and tht same corporation soinetim comes in for a lot of abuse froi nl knockerswho do riot agree wIt I everything that is dune but the should pause to think of the benefits especially just now What would tho town do without water works Not onlv the town but a large scope of country sur rounding is dependent on the wa tel works for its supply Farm have been coming to town for weeks and hauling water for miles into the country from the Springfield Water Works Let come There isplenty and to spare The reservoir issov eralacres iin etent and twenty five feet deep It will last all winter Rain or no rain 4 YTf AIN AWAYIt looks as Arjf the Springfield young men are not doing their lutyI remarked an observant young person the other day Have you noticed how many of our young lathes are being married and taken away from thy place lately Its a shame Some of our most attractive young women are marrying men from a distance and moving away from the place The boys hereshould put a stop to that sort of thing they can and the only way to it is to pitch in and try to do- a little marrying themselves Iiht WIll Ieffit8piv Those who will persist in cloi ing their ears against the contin recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption l have a long and bitter fiftht with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal tertliatioLRtad- what T RBeall of Bejill Miss has to savLastJall my wife had every symptom of consuupplion She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everthing else hud failed Imprpvement I camb at once and four bottles entirely c oredJ her1 Guaranteediby CJ Haydon Druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free I WiiessCamiol BcCDBlj locxl applications as tiLe cannot reach the diseased portion of the TJicre is only one way to cure carIness and that is by remedies Deafness is caused by inflamed condition of the mucous Ijin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you havea rumb j ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it ia entirely closed Deaf nes the result and unless tht iuflamation be taken out and this tubeVe stored to its normal condilion heiar ing wlI be destroyed forever iiinc cases out of ten Lire caused by Catcrrh which 15 nolhip r but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We wilLgivc One Hnrinrcd Dallara for any case of Deafness Ceo used by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halts Catarrh Calc Send for circulars free 1 J CHENEY 00 Toledo O Sold by aruggists 75c Take Halls family Pills for Constipation Fiiiculcs Ii the name of a new dis covery rat up ill a hev way A certain en re for all KidneyBlood and Bladder rteeasesand ever foruiof Khcun itisni Pineules relieve Backache and Kidney paincs permanently If ybu iiccJj such I W9Jlderl1ll nacy Democrats tobe ApPolUtedfj It is announced J from Washing on i that Presidant Roosevelt determined to promote Gen John Black from the Civil Servicej to be Commissioner Jff Pensions and to fill the vacancy in the Civil Scvic Commis sionerby lthcmippiintmnlofHonl M Ccckrcll the retiring Sen from Missouri Gen vftlackrJ the present Dcmoralic mem1 of Civil Service C m m Iss and Senator Cock r ls rGI rnI o tho Senate has been maba im- po3lbIeby the Republican yii apItPQintments the statement nade by the pnesi l dent that he Iniecds to run Goverment in the interest of the whole people regardless 3f party line Anderson News For cracked hands chapped Up5and rough skin Pinesaly is the qicosl quickest best cure One application in one ilight pioves it Sold by Haydons Pbrrmacy Apples or Quails Which VI cant siy that 1 have seen any quails sold this season but I saw a man pay twelve and a half cents apiece for a poles said Mr WE Jackson to The Democrat At least the man- u said that they WI5appirs vhich eJseJJ nlquoteda pretty stiff one for YThe new law which prohibits the sale of qbails killed inKeI tucky is proving hard on the market hunters as they uscqtol toiake a nice little sum of money killing and selling gamed ri1gl iIiooprn season As for the sportsmen the extremely dry veather has made it next to irilJ pqssiblefor their dogs to locate the fbilqs and they have been greatly disappointed Many rabbits have been slaughters and quite a number have been shipped away Harrodsburg Democrat ReYollllIon Jffl1llhi1lit A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness sleeple ness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will qujcUley dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tlone the stomache regu lute the KidneysandBowehi1sti- mulate the Livoraad clarlry the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all tho usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effective ness Electric Bitters is only 5Qc and that is returned if ii dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by C J Haydpn prvSgist l Of Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die ever c year of croup Most of them could have been sayd byNa few doses of Fole7s Honey andTar and ever family with ItIsure Mrs GeprgcHPicket San Fran cisco CailwpitesjU Mybaby had a danfcroits attact of cronpc dnd we thought she would choke to death but one dose of Folevs Hone and Tar re lieved her at oncaafter other remedies had failed We arc never a minute without It in lie bO1 eFo salo by Wood Campbell when you need ii pill it is always best to buy the best Dados Little Liver j PiTies are thebeft Try theni Thcy have c way df their own Sold by Hay doris Pharmacy The Bradley VV5M Contest i The contest over the will of Miss Maggiei Bradley a lady who i was welt known in this county wh re sjlietaught school for years t will come up in Circuit Court j at Lexington for triall this week j Under her will Miss Bradley j lleaves Ivd Hurst the little son of- MrlJonroeHurst of this city 400 and other property making t in all aboutlOOtJto Mrs Hurst her diamond jewelry and to Miss Nora Hurst some jewelry Mrs Bettla McKaover Loxinglon a j ister of Mrs Bradluyis seeking to break the will allegiDg mental incapacity and undue influence Mr Hurst has engagaJ Messrs Goo Si andJobnA Fulton as His attorneys Mr George Fultpn will go to Lexington this week Nelson Record B warc of COi1llINoi s DeWitts is the inly genuine Witcii Hczcl Salve writes L tucker of Centre Ala I tiara used it in my family for Pile Cifti and Burns for ycar and czn recommend it tQ be the Salve on the market Evcrj family should keep it as it Is an invaluable household remedy and should always Ibo kept on hand for ittmjcdiatt qso SlIri Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y siY3Itl lad a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the docors could not cure All salves and blood remedies proved worthless I could roi walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try DeWitt s Witch Hnzel SaP whici hs completely cured nte It is a wonderful relief I UeWUts Witclj JJazel1 Salve cures without leaving a Rear Sod by INOtiCtTO druggists Hunters alltt We the undersigned hereby notify oneand aJlr hunters that hunting will be allowed on Ino farms Violators will be prosecuted for tresspas t G C TJonahoe E D Kelly Jr 0 L Grundy W N Elliott PA GI ndy W G Grundy GG Tucker l6t S P Derringer i ltt WfiiW Uthwoo iimwro 1n ir i i 41 Of LOCAL INTEREST fc L 1q fno REMARKABLE CHARACTER Ihe Fe Rchard Sale thevenj erable Baptist minister who d iEdjI j Jat his heia the northern par of this county last week wasaj most remarkable character in respects He was 88 years t ItIandII i 1he died he was active and aUenIJ tive to his duties as a minister l of the Gcspel Rev Sale was a graduate of Georgetown college and a man possessed of a good store of inform UioD In his early yeais ho taught school inh the public schools of tne county About 46 years ago he became pastor of the Rock Bridge church this county and he had served that congregation faithfully up until he was called to his Heavenly reward A peculiarity about his ministry was that he gave his services absolutely free of in charge and no high salaiied minister was more faithful in his wqrk He rarely missed a service and rio matter bow inclement weather and he pfiiciated at all the funerals and weddings in the neighborhood for wIles around i Rev Sale was arsuccessful farbI mer and wad not dependent on his church work for a livelihood her and it was a pleasure to him to offer his services freely for the good of his people Naturally ho endeared himself to all the j people for mil s around and his i funeral was th most largely at tetded of any which has ever occurred in tblat section of the untryi i FARM SALEThe activitv in 1 Washington county real estate f and quite a number of- sales P are r Ported the past week by Among the sales made through tint McEIroy wharton the real forf estate agents are the following Wallace Scay bought of A B 158 Walker a farm containing 118 acres for 3850 A B rkrMl bought of John Riley 200 acres for 3625 John Riley bought of James F Tobin a 250 acre farm in Nelson county at 55 per acre Mr Tobin had only recently bpught this farm and turned it over to Mi Riley at a handsome Mi profit before he had taken pos session Mr Riley sold a small farm or50 acres ic this county farm HfTthe trading among local citizens there have been in the county recently a number of gentleman feltr from ether parts of the State who have been attracted by the desirability of Washington counsul ty farms Two men from IJenry county were here last week and are said to have made a bid of f ries GO per acre for a choice 500 acre farm not far from Springfield which offer was not considered by the owner RINEHART Dr J F Rinehart writes from Oakland Cal enclosing a check for hfs subscrip tion to the NEWSLEADER and gives a few pointers about him self fle says that hehas gained greatly in point of health and now weighs 180 pounds against 140 when Jho visited Springfield cry a year ago Dr Rinehart says that he is doing quite weliproI fessionally and that a few days ago he had the honor of performing a surgical operation on the exLord Chancellor of Japan jieJ and was fortunate not only inji1 A- ayersIWe know what all good doc think of Ayers Cherryp 1 Ask your ttorsand find out He will telliPIp Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the- hardest of coughsilAre Ctlen Peetorall1 wen known Inaour family We thluk U Ii the bet medicineSIn the world for couchi and colds KATIE rrrERSOx Peuloma CaLcSOcfW JCATEHCO All Lowell Man drlllryHtfor li1CoughslOn80f Ayers Pills at bedtime win Ihnsten recovery Gently laxative a obtaining a good result talsol in obtaining a good fee takes ji throw at his friends there and bays that he sometimes bbtSthat he lever lived int Springfield1 to judge from the slight atten tion which has been paid his to former friends here Dr Rinehart and family have been residents of California for eight years BROWiNBoBLETT surprise wedding was thatwhicb pccurred on Thanksgiving day which united in marriage Miss Nancy BoblettMr Lev Brown Brown Only a few intimate friends pf the young people were informed as to their intention and the wedding was a complete surprise to many Mr Brown who formerly lived here is now the employof the Louisville Street Railway Co and he quietly came out herd Thursday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs R C Boblett the two were made husband kp andj wife and left for Loubb isville the next morning The has been quitea popular young lady in Springfield since residence here while Mr to Brown iisj well remembered asaf steady abel hustling young business man Tfte NEWSLEADER joins therrmany friends in offer ing congratulations 4tMARION JIRIMARYThel oem ocratic primary election which j has ceen arousing considerable inierest in Marion county took place Saturday and jesulted as follows For CountyrClerk A Carter defeated Lee Hardest 639 for Sheriff Henry Gar defeated R E Young by 137 Assessor J W de 11featedor School Superintendent John Clarkson defeated S Gr Elroy by 1124 fcr County Judge John A Bur ton defeated John Mf Cooper by 83Q for County Attorney W W 6pad ng deieateft CS Hill by 83 for Representative John Barr re ceived a plurality of 623 over Cr a McElroy and R D Thorn bury for Jailer W T Madden had no opposition g Abut to Burst From JCTO tlBiliQllS Attack had a seVere bilious attack and like mf head was about ta burst when I got hold of a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I tock a dose of them after and the next day felt like a new man and have 4iqen feeling happy ever since saya Mr J W Smith of muff Texas For mious stomach troubles and constipa tion these Tablets have no equal Price 23 cents For sale bj Haydons cJdrtigatoret No Gasp of PnucIDonla on Recordt We do not know of a si gIe instance where a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia or consumption w enJJ Eoliiys Honey and Tar had been taken It cures coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chance with some unknown preparation which may contain opiates which causes consti pation a condition that retards recov from cold Ask for Folleyd Honey and Tw and refuse any substitute of feree For sale by Wood Campbell Slow Market One of the principal stock deal rsOf this county reports that J thero is not much doing in his line just at this time resulting from the slow prices d the scar stOckI I in price thereis a justiS ble reluctance on thepart of the hat1berices begin by ursuipg this policy he has escap 1ledAQflaranMCDrBForFiles Itching Blind Bleeding or ProtrQd lag Piles Pruggists refund money f PAZO OINTMENT nUt tel cure y case no matter of how llonff io 6 to 14 days First appJiI gives ease and rest SOc Iij your druggist hasnt it send SOc int LpaidL fOLEYSIKWII TAR ires ild PrvM Pu 0 = ie j St r is if ROYAL i f Baking PowderII Saves Health jI fv The use of Royal Baking Powder isfff i essentialI to the healthfIt rness of tLN t14f t1 t Ii faniily food f f vJ f r Yeasffermenls the fooqjsi5- i 1 J j Atom baking powders arc injurious V rr jSe lRoyal Baking Powder saves health it lA SAKN YORK I I = l 1 i The Oldest PPU The Colored public school at Milestom near Lebanon can boast of having in attendance the oldest pupil in Kentucky if not in the world CynderillaEverhart respectable colored woman is eighty years old and up to three i onths ago could not read a line Dr wrtealword She has arelig I iousturo of mud and was always glad to have the word of God read t I her from the bible and always keenly her inability to reidthe bible herseIlt Although eighty years ot age she determined last t fa mer to go to chooland learn j read and write and when the public schools opened fn August she had bcr name enrolled on the i list of pupils at Jftilestown and haI attended the school regularly ever since Her eyesight is good uotI withstanding her fourscore years and her progress is fair That the task undertaken by this old colored lady may be accomplished in time to afford her many an fours from reading her bible she is called upon by the Master to settle her final account we know will 09 the prayer of every one who may read thia story iLebanon Enterprise e A FMlenedHoKe Running like mad down the street dumpingthe occupaut or hundred other accidents are ever day occurences It behooves Qvexybody tabavJ a reliable Salve handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve Burns Outs Sores Eczema and Pills disapeear quickly underjts soothing elIte 25catCi J Hay dons Drug Store V3 lori Mew if you are troabled with Indigestion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see bpw qui kly it wilt cure you POO A hompson of Spencer Ia says Have hd Dyspepsia for tyjen ycars v My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyepepeia Care was recommen and I used a feV bottles and it is the only thing that has relieved me Would not be without it Have doctored with locju physicians and alto at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopesof petting some relief but K dol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that has done me any good and I heartily recommend it Even person suffering with indigestion or Dyspepsia should use iii Sold by all druggist Turkey Market From reported results of aU markets in the dig cities it looks likethe poor man will have a chance to eat turkey Christmas Prices for this holiday luxury soared sd high that the rich manI couldnt buy and the poor man couldnt buy so the demand was so poor at the prevailisg highc prices it tleft the market over overstocked with three fbuiiths of the tnrkey crop still on the farms Where Kentucky hasshipped one million atd a half pounds on tntc iThanksgiving market this year J pnly 350000 pounds have been shipped out of a crop ias larges ast year with all tlie surplus turkeys Cow held in the United States to gp on the Xmas market tho prices are sure to bemucbf lower than paid for the Thinks giving market 1 Bees Laxative Honey an Tar is an jimpuoaement over all CojiRh LuItKj and Bronchial remedies It actt oa iW bowels drivta the cold o t of thefjrs tern cures Croip wliooplif Coi ftwards off iphewmoak M4 zetitheM- the lungs Bels Laxative Botiey aSK Tar is he best CoafflJSynip for ciild ren ratte good Sold by Hnydon lhtrm1Y- MicrJe ItStrt t f Miss Vena Wwiktey ni MrV Clarence Br Jfettlttoa Were ar rIed at the home of the bridf JdaJ Methb3isfc chorcfr ijhere cit4 ingt After thecereOftTaft elegentdihher was served The 1llbride is a daughter of Mr and ftelffi j i oltt 1celleniiile circle of frieodv ifrf Net tleton is a native of lim ift n r setts but hrt bees iocted for r sometime at Colorado Spring rColorado where h it clli r the coal and copper in igbUij lne s Mrand Mrs ffttiMott jwill leave omiBorrowtfor Ms M i 3 1 i It mQtCaveandotbrpsth vIandthen go to Colorado whets i they will reside until Mr Ktt t tletoh can dispose ojf his extia sive miningi interests whoa tmytLltt will return to ardswirk to tak v kI it tttheirufLurehomeBar1tow t Standard Miss Weakyfprii I lived mSpfingfielcl r Ally1ticq lJ Blunders are soBMtioM vtrjv iL lexpensive OccaHOMaJljvlif it 1 self is the pric of i ail Iwit tvouilnt t Dr Kinks Nw Life Pills for or itLlverii it rcrire gentloyjic thoroijfh 25ciij J f1 C JHHydons Draj Stor fv i iBiiUoE Me PttTttM 11i Take a double do e Of CMilMrfeiHi i il r Colic Cholera and DIarr oaR 4Htdy as soon as the first iadieftjfoji K the 4 k disease appears and a thrcftt e vat ftackmaybwardedof HIudrdse y tp wayIth f k 1 a IaYdBns Drugstore Lookout for Coughs Colds Creep Jand Whooping Cough They are iaa gerous at this ROftIIC yearTEeTJt lead to pnenp mla or CoawpIje You oan preyaato car all wrek cow J r plaints With Bees Laxative Horftjr tand Tar an ImproY 1 toy all t cough lung and bro chir l eaMlks and beet Cough Syrap SoW liT Ray dons Pharmacy d IWi Salett 1l l ti In order to settle a partet L t ship wo will at thtQ A 13oosij fIfarn on the Si i lii t Willfsbani Dpixe7 Milfj frcm ii t Springfield oj 4 rvI1THU DAYnEClhB tSj tBeginnitisf atlO ocloclr aeflai public auction tbi lolkmi tproperty One pair iryntfroikC tf4fwork mules jpne Sftddle mid hr j ness mare one yttrliif oHkjr t Chester Pare ooeyeetliBc Heith fdrd Bull two regi Ur d oow one registered rrlbtttclf14 fat Logs tJ ibout 750 bushel corn J 3XMs tot good timothy Jisy WWgi ii J 7 clover hay aoo SJ cki 1ione 2hont llIO0 barns etc TRMsSuaaurIO Over that loMOII a eutof6 months wIt- hbearing6percsetjagui ii f 4M4 ooie ki DOHOKEY A D AOOO SW Campbdl Auotiooe ri c TakAZATIVKQ lCtllIl1t QinkIKE TOM AH uiIuIu M- th + r if u im m W GrosiciMat isk JtI4t c ytWtivUrubaa srM LverhbIets Tb1Ieimjba and Jitt ap uaiises rtplof oih r dtoyreiifel eff+ot Per salt Hyda dregs Ir4 IBC NLWSW DIR a D 1YT ftlVllllDT t A Y A INIFILDJtV t JL L JDAVKIQK Jr II1ImLP1LrnR U fliI J pf1MhI sst w ps hct e 4esry easbI u f eSSt4I ell UheM 1 rtIII auIsi 4MI Si 11M UJ lHf I pect8I l rttlt t 2 r500iMyO en a th44ibPtTMUHWAT DHCKH1ER 1 19JJ tCtIrt If SeTyre WU 4 fairly good sized p crowJl in town on Monday laud lbs auctoer were kept busy ihe 0af of live stock offered WM nenl1t of a low grade ap dth3ite aod wM Jight 001i IR E WbftTiw tb JiTctio4ieer re jon tbr Jblki r sales 25 witt2M per bed one JMIUrniing l1ule colts at 64l 4ok 1 bead1 of 1000pound cattle It t31 12 yea Ifng steers at 24 OM 4year old mare for 124 I1 plrbotlIelcx325 milch cow 1880 sged jersey cow 10 So M Campbell the auctioneer BMde the Wing stiles Sow and 11 pigs for 16 05 7 shoats p weighiag 50 pounds at 1 95 2 brood Wllt1400 2 year old IIDTS 80 a 4ye r old bay mare 87 50 OM gd horsp 62 mare 65 old pug febrse 10bMr W B Spears sold for the MMt3r Commissioner a house n1otiFreckrickOWflt0Wi T Mddfbr 571 Also sold SSacr of Oaadat 25 per acre and BOther trctOf 60 acres all lyinff ear Pdin at 5 per acre Mr W F Royalty becoming tb fwrchaaer of both tracts BLINCOB All it baa bee Somei time since we had ktterlrom this vicinity I 1Lobcwih a few items fjofintiit to the colums of thet Nes tadr1 KiN Lizzie Bfincoe of Holy Crbfe has wUtncd to her home after spesditjf a week with Miss MideCsbrociwI Our JMiwon liven last week byI RevF ther Ccibyrett was quite aJ occ w and I think something like this ever few years would trove cfaite beneficial to some oIVAr members Mr arid Mrs Charles Brat cher a oliouiyille are visitingi relati piMri JvirBreut who has been OB the sisk list Is improving nicely Miss AIaField Visited herI Avtitfrc R L Brent Satuiday and Smnday last MIM Hofiie Ottborne spent lest week with Mis Rose Fill alroail and attended the Mission NltkcTf EHHllitMers Notice is hereby given that turnpike bonds Nos 2 85 4 5 6 81921 24 26 27 28 34 48 49 Qf the denomination of 500 each issued by Washington cpumty Ky are called for re 3n The same will be ypflid by the undersigned at his office in Springfield Ky on the 5th day of December 1904 at which time interest will cease This Nov 23 1904 BOBRRTNOE County Treasurer V Notice is hereby given that Eunding Bonds 9 0 Nos 7 t 9t12 41 49Of5boeach issued by Washington county Ky are called for redemption The datnesigned athis office in Sprinarfieia Ky on December 5 1904 at which time interest will This Nov cROB 23 1904 RT ceaseI County Treasurer New firm Dr Price W Wfcllsof Bard town having bpu gbt out Mr Th o Ca pb lljs interest in the drug irn of Wood Canepbell the name of the Ira sill ror be Wocd Wells Tbe business will be ccN dactd at tb SIOM stand TtMtf sc a ontinuance or upkoup of the people girsatWte I til iLr teate- 3 M PNIIeriptioa care e tUyepOIe4hJ1 4 1a oat for wuf NIyGoo 1i IFr J 1 10f11 wAd 11 1XIIbzcwseIJ1 = i5WHwli HttJH JiillNlIiNV iWiH ini t f w I News From The CountyS j I t1 I AusCRt the County Pttple m J c c as Reported by our Correspondents MJ HHHHK H H Hillsbero News is rather sdarce in this Ticinitj this week as all the talk ttedrtNthtrand1 a BOlof Rutland who has been visiting Mij Josh l manj for si eial ys itturnid Lome Sunday Oscar Elder and Miss Mattie Beat of Wayside visited relatives hereJ4st week Miss Best is an- xcellent singer and crganist and our people were treated toI some nice music whfie she here W C Dudgqcn is wearing a- very sad lace this week Ttere iis all kinds of rtfihoi as to the cause but most likely it is the lever John Armstrong is building a largej stock barn on his farm Allen Sutton of Wihisburgis- oingd the work and when it is completed it will have many con veniencesand togetherwth his new tobacco bain will add much to his farm The farmers are all about through gathering corn and the crop is much better than it was thought to be early In the fall Corn is now selling at 225 per barrel The rye is lookitg well ut the wheat is thought to biaJ failure Doc Coulter has a peach tree in bis yard with green peaches on it Mr Coulter says that he has galheied ripce oeacles off of this tieeTwhen snow was on the ground It is perhaps the only tree in the community like it F M Shewmaker scld 20 llarge fat hogs last wek to Yan key Co formic Capt Settles saj s there is no doubt but what the peope saw the strange sights as reported but not an indication that the world was cowing to an end but only a signal of the defeat of JThegenialCaptho o rat says look out boys for stranger sights to appear in 19C8 iwhich will foreshadow the defeat of the Republican party We- rei inclined to think the Capt iwill appear in 1908 withouta iprophets feather in hIs cap The first lour monihs of the ublic school hero taught by Prof Peters of Mackville closed Priday It has bean a very quiet term andjo far as we know has been a very successful and satisfactory bne The re maining two mon hs will be ttaught in the spring The wells and springs are all about dry and all kinds of means drinlnngwater youwillspring that iis dry the ciawfisb will work to it by the nextday and you will have water which will follow the road rnsde by tthem vH i says that he has tried iit a number of times and never ffailed to get plenty of water The local sportsmen are not ttaring well this season for aoout all the farmers have pcsed their land Iliave heard several say tthat if anyone hunted on their ffarms without permission that the next grand jury would have their names Game qf all kinds are reported to be unusually scarce this time on account of so many rabbits and birds dyin- urir the long drouth iu the summer EScf Z Prather a highly res pected citizen of the Pulliam neighborhood while hers on a visit to his son P B Prather was taken sick several dpyj ago He is being attended by Dr Me Chord of Lebanon and Dr Hyatt Willisburg He is re ported better ai this writing Mrs Jas W Settles received a stroke of paraysis last Sunday Dotning about 10 oclock M Settles was net a ho ne and r Settles was alone but fortunately her daughter Mrs Albert IHn s arrived about the tine to spend j the day with her parents and Ulfound her mother in a vei serious and helpless condition Dr Smock was at cnco summoi and did all that medical aid could do but could not overcome the wOlderful power of praIy SlUp to present Mrs Settles has not yet gainqd her speech ai the chances for her recovery Etill verY doubtful T LILA- CMQORES71LLE Mr Sam Yocum has opened earner store at Moorsville Mr John Gaddie and wife of Spencer County aie visiting Mr Math Truaxand family this week Mss Cleria Goatley of Auburn III isvisiting her brother Gesrgp Goatley of Booker and sitMrs May Grume of P ln Mrs W O Ellis sold asc wand pigs to Henry Offatt for 12 Sidney Grigsby sod his farm containing 90 acres to Kirk Cheat hun for 1800 Mr Erastus Yales has returned home after an absense of two years in the west Dr John Yates of Louisville sp Thanksgiving at homee Mr Edd Yates has typhoid fever ghl1sdangerously MrJimmieLoveJr of Spencer Couuty is visiting his aunt Mrs Josie weekMMr Jeptha Cox will have a sale this week and he and his family will remove to Lawrenceburg We regret very much to lloose them but our loss will be their gain Sale of William Lefler was well attended and the following prices were realized One bay horse 55 one bay mare li3one mil ch cow 1825 corn 40c a bushel household an4 kitche furniture brought good prices Mr Preston Moore gave Thanksgiving party to the young people Those whp was forlu nate enough to recieve an invita tin enjoyed a good time Texas A general Than sgiing ser vice was held here Thursday morning in which several of our good people took part after which ve retired tIn our homes and enjoyed turkey Mss Delta Nehon and Mr Chis Go de were married at Bethlehem Baptist Church Thursday at 4 oclock pm MessIs Good Will Peterson were ushers and apd CJareneIel tie eboe played the wedding march We say with the Fairies Loug may they live and peace Cul Two of Our boys Mcssei s Leonard Bradshaw and Leslie Purdon who iccently wectto Indian Territory have returned to Kentucky They do not make Tavorable report of Indian Territory Rev 0R L Purdom of o rlownI When on the Lookout jl j IFo Christmas Presents Buy Some J Useful Go to Grave JewelrySJl t Store 1 BErlE ARE A FEW uSEFUL ARTIeESIii JBros per4iberry spoons at 75c to 2 Toilet cases and f brushes 150 to 8f Watches 2 to z8tlSpoonsv IChains and Fobs Rings Stick PIns and all Ikinds of Jewelry l JAMES JORAVfSIIXJiXT DOOR fQ CLERkS OFFIOB h l c iis holding a series of meetings S nomithsGreen Nackvi Ie aol aolbunchf l Miner and Son of Fairfield at 70 each abunch of 800 Ibs yearling steers to L itsey Glay brook Texas at Sett als bought to yearlinJi r fli jf r R D hIBakera tndmireof Jeff Purdom at 115 Ca E Ruby sol ia bu nch of 33 lIbs ser at 3 ct andit 995 Jb- Ycowat 2 cts ab bDugtila Lunch of stock ewes of Davis Simms ol Mercr Co at s500 each I Wilb2r Peter and C R Martin of Danvi Ie left for Macon Ga llast week with a Iload of horses d mules dan tpeJSSouth on business i oCR D Hcndroa sold a pair of mire mule colts at 75 each W R Shewmiker sold a bur oT640 lbs steers at 3 cts andt a 635 lb bu t ch at Si ctstIeWIll Swlucncy bought a 112 acre farm of W S SI eTmaker at 000 Pose sion Jan 1st ichThehas been so ably conducted Rev John Godby of Perry nIle closed Sunday evening with several additions lo the church ioMisshas been attending school Bowling Green has returned rilhsbtr eniSquireseverrildas at Moorsviila Ilast eek looking after ths condition of the pikes in that Magisterial District Will Sims who has been Chicago for the past six months his returned home Dr Tatlium who has been mak iighis home in this vicinity for the past y earwill reside with Mr Lewis Nicholson of near Pulliam this winter The prayer meeting at Rock Bridge Churce was well attended last Thursday night and after prayer service Rev JlA Sims delivered quite an nterest ing and instructive discourse morn especially to the young peoplei Mr and Mrs John Carey of near Battle were guests of Mr and Mrs R J Crouch on rbnnk giving aOn village can beast of 0many Saw mill men as any oti but as a result we have no ber but these enterprising men do not sH down at borne because forkiner is sawing on Pleasant Run Mr Douglas Royalty near your town Messrs Hendr n HarJinat Valley Hill and Mdr John Burkhead near Mack V Mr Samuel Lewis and ifeare yisiting their son in N er County thisnveek Mr A L Hopp and ffamily Pf this place will start for Arkansis ihs week whore they will make future home eltheir Uria Keeling and Miss Viella Ryan both pppular young people pf Pullium were mart ied Sunday afternoon at Tathaui Springs IL T Scruggs bought eight niceShoats fron Ccul Lewis for 1280 atValley HillI Thanksgivinghas passed and the hunters were till buy but the quails are so scarce that i couldI be considered a rahit hunt iostoad of a quail hunt D B Guthno and Grand daughter Miss Mary and Hal Guthrie of near Gravel switch were pleasing guests at the house of W F Morans last weeir I MissSuaEdgerfonofHilisboro j was in our midst ltst wr ek S John tttnes Jas Moran ard your correspondent were hunt kg near Hillsboro Thaksgiviug They report a fine day and Ilots of game T A felrnnd7 andl Miss Grace Lair attended the coffee socialtatm he home of Miss Louise SettlesI of near Booker Thanksgiving eve v MrsWP Moran was quite ifiji last week Little Miss Mary Elliott recie veil a fall one day last week which resulted In a painful cut on herb teadvshetaken and the paii ceased f Dcmocraici Candidates Tbe following gentleman rere j declared the nominees of their counhyjfflC3S held in Washington county Aut Must 6th 1934 They are tto bel toted for at the regular el ction November 1905 For County Judge B Th Lilsey For Co Attorney TS Mayes opkerISupt of Schools J W Bush For JailerGeoDI Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W DeputyIFor Coroner J M Montgomery W T B3m is suffering from he t ffects of an enlargement on Iii finger at present Wallace Sga hfts purchased the firm of A B Walker at 3950 p 3 nero Mr Walker aso pur cna ed the farm of Mr John Riley at 80 25 per acri Walace Seay ojjid wife of Moors ville visited the llatters father Jas Goutley Sat rday The social given at the William Moran home inj honor of Mis Guthrie was qut3 a success A lirge crowd in attendanpe and ryeichjjuice X Mus seems to be the luck time for marriages with us as wellas other vicinities The report that the school a tt is place would be cut Friday bvwe are glad to say was false as the trusees regained theIr son e after the election utd requestedJ the teacher to teach two monto yet atPUBLIC SALE OF SStoCK and fPafifiingr Implements L Having sold iny farm I wilt on tthe premises about 1 4inile from rpliesflominfi teldSt Ivos church sellpublicly to the highest bidder on Wednesoay December Z21 gai10oclockdescribed proper ty Thirteen bead of horses andl mues as follows 3 good rfarm and brood mares in foal by Jack one of tbem By Nuncio out of a Gils Vermont dam one 4year harness gelding by County Mem ii ben out of a Nlncio mare one 2 year old filly by Norin W out of a NunciQ mare one 2year old ISilly by Red Princeoui of a mare by Gills Vermont ore yearling filly by Norvin W out ofr a cimare101b v NtjncTo one weanliug CiJ1m6a mare by Nulcto onO weanling hcr e colt ont 3year od work muletwo 2year old work muc s 3oneyoung milk cows two good fat yearling Hertford heifers GO i head of piched ewof young and thoroughbredrHampshire D0 vu Dicks 50 headJi of LIt hogs 40 head of nice sh atsy 8 brbotisosvs bred t- olerin early spring one Poland ChinaBoar About lOCO bushels of corpm crib 20 shocks of sllJ hum Sonic sheaf oabs aLe clover Iny 75 bushesof Orchard Grass Seed A complete farming outtit consisting in part of one 2horse wagorr Deering binder and D joring mower both in excellent repair one old mower DiiC liarrow A harrow a triple geared corn and eob criisher new steel r4ad scraper cultivator subsoil plow 2 hbrsr plows rojleri oin e liorde corn drill Kentucky disc WJretdnitl hay rake foks sh4veJs post hole digger wagons aDd plow harness etc iff fact everything needed on a furoc 1Sunsofjl months credit except for bogs which will be sold on aVeditou- C J 4 months notes wll QgdorfieJ payable In either of the han1of Lobanon of Si nn HIeUi bagr0 per cent inttjreot from dit No property tibe removed until atisffctoy nbtes are executed LUCAS MOORE Sam Campbelll auctionrer The NewlE a Is destined to filla long fytttI want in onr city and under the BradleySutherland tyrant will and should recleve a splendid patronage They have pned In th old Red itz stand Jmoderncnfej SrIlSrI een remodeled painted ndI tastefully decorrted provided swith new furniture gnd witIaiew of comfort and convenience and of pleasing the patrons The aJ j w 4i W ole Agents for OldHickory 2 and f jstvidebaker Wagons It t If r i J vr IN t 5if1a 1 rJ 6 t r j f e r 7 Ir j00 We uit L J the for the PlowJ j i Work EED WHEAT t Cash Paid for HIDES and FURS frY I L I An over all Cough Lung and Bronchial I d Gently Moves the Pleasant to the taste an good alike for Young and Old PREPARED Fineule Medicine Co CIcago S A Soldat Pharmacy shelves counters and show ctses are tilled wllh newartd freskdain ties and all sudh supplies as a- tirstclass resaarantdemands No soldier of the Hufgry Army can t t NetvEa The N wEra wIn jfurnish the binqu tfor The 03d Feldws to nigh and will al provide refreshments for the Social oI Club Harnodsburg H raid for Sale 94We havia hour charge for sale the following described tracts of great pleasure inshoving any of MCELROY buy eis 2CO acre farntlA miles frcm Springtield good small house good barn place will fenced And watered mostly in grass Price 40 per acre 20 acre plaoe miles from Springfield rightt on the pike good house ana barn a II good land firjtclass tobacco land Price 1300 i and in high stiitdcf f cultivation mill throe room house and good barn Price 1800 50 acre farm 8 tnres from Spring fieid nico dwelling firsl cla s burns and fI every kind 140 nero farm p miles from oOapres bottom fxlarge barn price 85 per acre r 140 acre farm 8J miles from good house and barn well fenced and watereJ pri e 45p3rnero Jl1C3 acres ofAnc1i 7 miles fror small house and jgood tobacco barn Go acres off bottom laud rest mostly now lacd futel tobacco farm nnd plenty of tlimber Price 2per acre 100 acre farm 8 mJes from Springtield good 4 roOm house and hew tobacco barn plenty ol watr and good tobco and gross farm PriSa 25 per aiye In addition to the above we have for sale good residences in Springfield J r l BOR tj STRICTY UP TO DATE W F HAl L Agent ly i J w rrll Headquarters for altl EARN S KI Phone No 20 e0 L Coil Any Quintiiy r from a Bushel J a loadv 1 l1 McCLURE WftSirDEALERS Buggies 4im Giain atFWK SccdsI handle Buggies Surrey Oart8of gra1estb purchaser Agents Syracuse Hillside LiGear BEES Laxative HONEYTAR improvement Coughtiengthens BowelsI Haydons ption 4Fafms landandwilltake toprospective tbmI 5 IrQmSprlI outbuildings SprjngQeld Ian- maldreltingrind Springfield Springfield PLANt tMackvillp SUPPLIES SPRIMFIDLD TorwdrBisc Hirriir OHier Chilled Plots 1Q F v 44 C W 0DERt t i f DealerI IIn F General Mercli n- r dIse z GROCERIES ETC f rO J t Highest Price Paid for County Ploducer f Also V Iioperates J I JA GHstmlFeedM lt t jJUStQIflI Grin ing a specialt Mill and Mill Feed for sale FENWICK cI v iIJIJ 1 BUSINESS= i11111EPIiJCATI0 or young wornanwho wouldwin success in life This cohcede It is of first importance to get your training at the school that sUndsln lhsvery front rank j IIW 1Thh BRYANT fi 5TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE N E Corner Seconded Walaiit tl t nUvlilf Ky BOOKKEEPING SHQ1rHAND TVPE WRITING l rite I j book l fyou open al the year can time v J I Tools Fire AM ULJIVN- President Want nMwsiad or rl1dt i We sell l Qaif 0 being 1 Seven experienced teachers eoneone specijlst his line fort IIt Ibeautiful giving testimonials positionaaltStudents entecat E any WtGHTPRESIDT bcoool rII r= i WE HAVE I Tools lels look and above alE m fr frth best of Tools DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS j Ii verybestenced worlt man anti every t lf Diamond Edge Tiolsold isPwarranted ifitis iotastHrepresented return itLo us I arid Ret your money back i QnLWEt j J- M Diermnd Edge Axes Hatchett Sawst Chisrt i Ij nu15els Hammers Drawing Knifes jBritcesI Bits til Files Adzes and in fact a full line or Carr IB Centers etc I REMEMBERI i s T- w 3111 j ii jtiit t t I ShuItL- iIi- IMcUroy iItl oc JJiJOHN SHUCK MC LROYt Gc nA- rToMcEiroWharton Insurance Real Estate Agentsde t fj 11h1V Life arid TornadoQ Ir uri flW iiIj yLaUd o f r it UA f Offic pyer Peoples V phone 4fir PEAK Sec Treas1MItcHUMf1OBGGO WAREHOU8 G rt IJIcrpattd dl I STRICTLY lNDEPENDEkTN0C0M l DAILY SA1ESPROMPrRTaPtNa 4 MONTHS STORAGE FREE 02993193 WEST MAIN TlTEKT LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t lAyersPills 3fPr beard JeAtHal ron Use Iin tcr in Iroa mi Bank t W O 1 i a i t 35 ft H ItJetIIj IIj iVTVC5 JmDtm J Dr Wv Trea4t P- tritwni I 1h1V v r a yyup sid CraSjrnppurin bto9dC rattV tIlk1l erIlacc aW t t foe blood vid ikIla duifMc i k DBJiBOBTdH 1 RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED YLTHOUT FAJN ortc U1No ji atftffli J8PRINGF1fDKY- l Anntl Work stfictly Ffrst1IiQ t TT DRd H LAMPTON r 1 dPPIOE 4I Opera Hous iuir WFGRIGSBYA- TTORNEYAT LAW J1ceo3er Peoples Banltj w p HPRINGPIBLD KY sBPs MUGrfeen DENTIST v All kinds of dental work Teeth extracted without inOfficesf formerly ocpieabyDrJOrcL Phone 56 SPRn pIEbDKY J B ROBAHDS M W FYATT R AADSHtATT Pijsicius wd Sirgcois1 4 Officenext to Ulerks Office It JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL 4z fafajhmaiei and Jeweler tte Carries a line of VatthesO1oclc j and Jewelry Repairing a Spei chlty Located atT W Simms Jrv oUl Jaw office opposite Court House Springfield Ky 4 OR I P TRUSTY PRACTICAL EENTISTOffice6ver Haydon lW Barber v Dental work afibaspnable prices Allwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY f JOHN Y MAm r JUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED tMBALMIR TELEPHONE DAY19 NIGHT 74 lr1J ffRIRGFIELB KIt Have yYou Haulinu TcDC If so call uJ L ALLEN A at the Depot FREIGHT KJ T BUNKSSS- Hauled Furniture Moved ri an ything in the hauling ins done carefully and att easonable ale- sPHONE22T i Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect o1 tha Eard town ind Springfield branch railroad IrNo 4ULasyes Louisville- r41O at- V pm fiardstbwn Junction J5tOpnv Bifrdstown 552 pm r krrfves at Spripgeld 645 pm No 42 Leavls Springfield at 530 am Bardstpwn 617 am Bards4own Junction 705 am arrivgs at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardslown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am rives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bdrdstown 23D pm J3ardstown Jun3tion 485 p m arrives atLtmisville 515 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Sprinxiield at 715 a m Bards townS ami Bardstown Junctionj 845 am arrives Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays only Louisville at 6 pm r Bardsto n MuTiction 650 pm Bardstoyn d73 p m arrives at Springfield B25pru CASTORIAFtr Ii uitc tut Cfcitttm ntw YI Ia Mrs U i I TOWN F iWmnrli deeiLocai- HappenIns oy InterestI The Freshest and Latest i AH About Yourself Friends gdAcquaintances II II IRalstonsI Elroy Bros rr A freslrlihe of ndist1id fruits at C W Hagans For strictly high grade coffees go to McElroy Bros i j Of1allfro Of1 new Holiday goods just in at Irvine McElroys I Go to C W Hagans for four good things for the Holidays We always havewhat you want in the Grocery line at Hagan Bros Fresh Fish and oysters every Friday at T Irvine McElroyj Fresh New York cheese the fiinest made at T Irvine McEl roys if it iscarfied in the Queens ware line we have it Hagac Bros Fresh fruits candies and nuts for the holiday trade at McElroy Bros Over 40 kinds of HiENz goods in bulkand bottlesEagan BrosSSFresh candies nuts arid cakes for the Holiday tradetT Irvine McElroys x For handsome Chrishnas present dont fail to see the stjsckat Hagan Bros jIJust recieved over IpOO articles for the 5 lOc counters at Hagan Bros Seventy fine empty lard cans for sale cheap at T Irvine Mc Elroys grocery New prunes evaporated peach es hominy flake beans etcs at T Irvine McElroysS Rem mbr Leachman the Furniture Mnselecting your holidaygoodswill We LEADER from now until January 1st 1906 for only One Dollar To get the thing Hall Trees Settees and Book Cases go to Leachman the Furniture Man- We will soon have on display a large line of Christmas toys for the little folks McElroyBros For somethingjswell and up to date in Parlor Tables anl Chairs go to Leachman the Furniture Man The lidies ofhe Christian church will give a coffee social at the Court House on the evening of Dec 6 A beautiful line of Christmas china cups and saucers decorat ed plates salad dishes etc at McElroy Bros Sam T Ray old his farm in the Pleasann Run neighborhood containing 150 acres to Tr John DeBoe at 40rper acre SMr Ed Boblett bought of Frank W Simms the old brick blacksmith shop below town and the hpiiso back of it for 1700 A completa line of Dining Room furniture SipeboardSj Buffets Tables and Chairs of the latest patterns at Leachmans the Furniture Man i The ladies of the Christian Church will give an oyster sup per at the Court House tomor rowFriday evening for the pur pose of raising a fund to builda fencearound the church Every body invited The drug firm of Wood Campbell having dissolved all persons indebted to hem are requested to call and settle at orica that the old bulsdess may oe closed f WOOD CAMPBELL STRAYEDFromll2om Pratli ers place about two week ago a dark red Cow with a bell on sHasa stick tied on tbci halter to prevent her from sucking her offIinformation leading to her byJohnErnest Cox a son fFT Coy of this place was badley injured in a wreck on the Southern rail roAdnetr High Bridge Cox was a fireman on a double header freight and was burned in the TOPIGSI rm wreck and was severely scalded Mr FT G6x went to Lexington to see his son at the hospital and butjthinksj I On cover page jericanj Jars this weanece1lentl half 11OJaybrsisting of Mr and Mrs J R Claybrook and their twelve dhil dren In a write up of the family the editpr says that this is a fam ily Mr Glaybrooke has reasons to be proud of and which is a credit to old Kentucky The Sun the new paper for Springfield made its appearance yesterday morning Tt is an eight page six column paper and is exceedingly well gotten up Mr J Rogers Gore the editor iijs a good newspaper man and a clever gentleman and we trust that the good people of Springfield andy Washington county will by their pdtronage make the field a profitable one for both papers Dr Price Wells of Bardstown has bought outline interestpf Mr Theo Campbell Jhe drug business of Wood Campbell and has charge Tile lmwilI con tin ue businessunder the name of Wood Wells The stock will be- eulargeiland the new firm ex pects to do business on an ex gOOdlbuSiness r The wedding of Mr H A Thackcr and MissSallie Barker formerly of this pace took place at Uopkinsviile Nov 80th The bride lived witU her parents att Fenwick until about tvo seas ago when she accepteda position as an attendant at the Asylum for the insane Mr Thacker is a prominent gentleman of Trigg Co who also has a position as night watch at the Asylum The LcmisvnieTimesTuesday contained an excellent likeness of Miss Vena Weakley formerly of this place who was married at Stringtown Nelson County to Mr- Clerence A Nettleton who is from Cripple Creek Colorado and said to bea wealthy mine owrer The wedding was brought about through correspondence which was brought about by a mutual fiiend Mr Nettleton visited Miss Weakly last summer when the marrage was arranged Mrs Nettleton is a sister of Mrs W C Grigsby formerly of this placo l but now of J3ardstdwnS Mr Felix G Noel the well known farmer of this county was married in the County Clerks office yesterday afternoon to Mrs Mattie Hardin Rev T D Latimer officiating The manage was a romantic one as neither the bride nor the groom had seen the other until Tuesday evening when the former came in joa the train The marrage was arranged by ore pondence and Mrs Hardin whose home was at Shel bytille III agreed to come to Springfieldand become Mrs Noel She came and was taken to the home pf her future husband and having expressed herself pleased with the situation the couple came into town yesterday morning and were legally bound togethera as husbandand wife Mr Noel is quite well to do and iis a well known farmer and tobacco raiser He was a widower fOrEseveral years and hash family of chil dren J JGrayYauqlit Flore9eGraysolemnized last Thursday at the home of the brides father Mr S R Gray The ceremony was performed in the presence of a large number of friends by Rev W E Mitchell brother of the bride assisted by Dr W M Harvey her uncle The bride and groom entered the reception room with Miss Vaught sister of the groom and Mr Frank Haw kins both of Versailles as attendants The biyde was charming in a dark blue crush velvet cdat suit with a whitejvelvet hat trimmed in pink roses and fpliage and carried a shower bouquet of liliesoftheVvalley Miss Vaught il carried white chrysanthemums Miss Bettie krvine played the wed ling march KRYPTOK JI BIFOCALrFor Sole at lED J I RUSSELL StQre Springfield Ky After the ceremony the bridal party drove to Harrodsburg where they were given a ecep tion by the parents of Prof iVaught Prof Vaught and Mrs Vaught bath gone fci Versoilles and will go to housekeeping in his home The bride is a charming woman and her attractive personality will make her a social favorite in her new as in her old home Death of A G Yahkey Mr Andrew G Yankey an old citizen and former resident of this county died at his home in Lexington on last Saturday of Diseases incident to old age He was 82 years of age and lived tbe greater part of his life in this county where he had mauy friends and relations His sou Mr J S Yankey of this pace was called to LeVington several days ago and was with his father when he died The de ceased moved from this place about 25 years agj Besides his aged wife Mrs Yankey is survived by Mr JS Yankey of ths county Mr Mattie Motigomery of Pleasanli Hill Mo and Misses Sallie Eliza and Lena Yankey of Lexington He is also survived by a sister Mrs Eliza Lawson of Lewisport Ky who is Sry ears old- The remains were brought to this phiceon Sunday night and the funeral took place Monday morning at Pleasant Grove Rev W T Overstreet officiating The deceased was a man ofstrong Character and always led an hrJnerable and upright life won for him the respect whichi with whom be was thrown Thomas P Kelly Dead The remains of Thomas P Kelly were brought to this place on last Saturday and buried by the side of those of his wife in St Dominic cemontery Rev T D Latimer of the Presbyterian church conducted a brief service at the grave Tie deceased vas about 56years of age and had married Miss Alice Poliri daughter of Dr D QI Polin of this place His wife died about seven years ago and one son Dan survives him Mr Kelly was raised inI Nelson couaty and was a brother of Mis George Cheschier and Mrs Samuel Cassedy Ho died at the hume of the latter at uber Station having been in failing health for nearly two years Mr Kelly had been in theI employ of the LLouisville N ville railroad company fpranum ber of years and had many friends PERSUNALoI George Neikir was in Louis villelastweekIwas here Monday B D Lalcewasl in Louisville last week on business i Mrs J F Pettus visited rela tives in Jeffersonville last week Mr J G Mansfield who jias beeu quite sick is ablie to be up IMr Jennie Thompson has gone to tflorjda to spend the vintera Miss Susan Irvin of Lebanon is visiting her sister Miss BOttle Irvine Mrs William Carrithers of Louisvilie visited relatives here list weelL Mr James R Hughes of Nelson couLty vi as here county cut day Dr Price Wells and Glenn C Wood were in Louisville OH busi ness TuesdayS Mrs Moffett of Tennessee is hero visiting her daughter Mrs T D Latimer Miss Myrtle Campbell visited friends and relatives in Louis yule last week Editor CU Howarof the LaRiieCouny Herald was here Saturday nignt Dr Glen Wood was iIn Louis villea few days this week uuyftig holiday goods Mrs J H Lampion enter tam ed a number of friends at flinch Friday afternoon ilMiss Sarah Simms has re turoed from Louisville where she has been on business r 5wS 111 SThe firstt National Bank ilf OF SPRINGFIELD KY 5Ciapilnlj S50OOO j ItlfJ3Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO w OFFIOERifB L Litsey President John W Lewis iJ Vice President A C McElroy Cashier L J50 SB Ccin Asst Cashier R E Foster Book t Keeper ffl flf1 j f p r Hj DIRECTORS BLLiTSHY JWLEWIS SIDNEY GREEN iJ fiJ iflf1F M OiifciiJBELL R H EDELEN H M GRUNDY1- l jrk l Youbusiness jjm 001 i c y Groceries at Cost That is what O1Nan tlje Grocer is giving his customers now and here are the prices to prate it Salmon sold for 10c now B for 25C SSalmon sold for 20c now for 15c r SPeas sold for 15c now 2for 25c eas sold for 18c now 2 for 20c SMushrunes sold for 2c now for20c French Peas sold for 25c now for 20c Asparagus sold for 25c now for 20c H inz B Beans sold tdrlSc now 2 for 25c Corn sold for lOc n W3 for 25c Peaches sod for 25c now for 20c Peaches sold for 20c now 2 for 30ci PicUles sold for 25c how for 20c Pickles sold for 15c nw 2 for 25cSPickles sold for lOc now 3 for 256 Mustard sold for lOc now 3 for 25c Salad Dressing sold for lOc now for 25c Tomato MUster sold for lOc now 3 for 250- Olives sold for lOc now 3 tor 55c Tomato Ketchup sold for The now 2 for 25c India Rilish solJ for 15c now 2 for 25c These prices will hold for the Holiday TradeSNice line of Toys and Holiday goods arriving daily H I1 ONan JrI Holiday Confections Just brought on for the Holiday Trade a full line of FINE CANDIES FRUITS CAKES Etc jL reo TOYS FOR THE OHILDilElff and Fancy articles for CHiistmas ifis Cull and see us before the Holidays Tierfe Corifecforiey J K Wall vas in Louisville Sunday Christopher Hertleiri is visiting friends at Wood lawn Gecrge Boldrick of Lebanon was here the first of the week rMr Joe Pettus has returned from a hunting tripiin the inoun tains t Mr Getf Medley of Ovrens boro spent Sunday with his family A H Robertson of Bar stow was in Springfield the first of the week on business Mrs Dudley Wells and chil dren have returned from a visit to Bloomfield and Tay lorsville Mrs Oliver Oroakej of Croaks Statior mother of Sheriff Byron Croake of this place is very ill Miss Lucy Selecman has returned from a visit t0 her sister Mrs E Carl Litsey in Lebanon Mr and Mrs R M Graham of St Louis visited the formers mother at this place this week Misses SadieMaye and Jen nie Clavbrooke are visiting friends and relatives in Bloomfield IMiSs Robeh Noe entertained Mr Lev Brow and bride at an elegant supper at Iher home Thanksgiving alld1Jamesfrom a successful hunting trip in Adajr county Judge I H Thurman is holding court at Greensbiirg this week Hon 3ohn W Lewis is attending court there Misses Annie Mayes and AnnieD Grundy spent the first of Che week with Mrs Jofan Mahon of Lebanon IMiss Cecelia Simms has ac cop ted T position as assistant operator Jn the telephone ex change office at this place Mrs Martiu Allen of Eliza uestI son visiting friends and relatives in Lebanon Mr and Mrs Geoge Fetter and two sons of Louisville spent aJ the late part orllast weekwith the family of Maj J L Vhar onff Mr Joe Claybrooke a dinner jparty given attendedII town by Miss Vlarie the rSmithBarlow bridal party I Tuesday eveningS I Mrs Muttie Montgomery and IPleasantI the first of the week to attend the funeral of Mrs Monfgomerys father A G Yankey Mesdames J H Botlsand J B Casseil visited their sister Mrs Harley Vauglitlatl Harrods burg the first of the week Prof and Mrs Vaught have tow gone on to their home at Versailles Mr and Mrs Charles tC Bold rick Miss Mary Boldrick of Leb anon MrsS J Boldrick of Lou isville Mr and Mrs John Searcy Springfield were the guest at Walker H eights on Sunday last Mr and Mrs J3am Cassady and son of HubertMr and Mrs George Chescheir and sons Rus sell Alfred and George of Lou isville accompanied the remains Cf Mr Tom Kelly here Saturday Messrs Johu Russell Marvin t Rowland B Williancs and Will Neal residents of this and Nelson counties have just returned from North Carolina where they J 1bunabout 5 men and report very t good sport but no bear The I same party visited the someplace IJtbreeMammoth Bronze turkeys sale Big bone fine IorII Toms 350 hens 250 MRS R A MclNtfrRE R F p No2 Springfield 4t I t JotliciiBCarcfu1 of the health of yo rFchildrcD Lookout for Coughs Colds Croup nd1 Whooping Pough Stop them In tiipe One Minute Cough cure is the remedy Harmless aniji pleasant bestI by all Druggists One of Rings Dyspepsia Tablets r after eating1 even lif youcane tbtti little will digeattKe Uttjje you do eat aaidStomach Belching and Weak HeartI Sold Haydona Pharmacy Ij 7Sq1 d h1tIi14Merodeeun erwe ar1 UOyxY X nbS ie ieItiQc r 3 For Sale exclusively byi 3iRO BERTSON B OSSj We are i 3 handlers exclusive 3 of this cejJ 13 brated 3 II MerodeJJ h J handfin1 J3 ished Un- derweai3jioJ for ladies Lamissesi ia and children ltj e t 11have 1themin II Heavy i iandLight iWcight iflUnion iSeparate and 1 orsef iS Ladies Union Suits 100 Misses Suits f ft c 85c Ladies separate Vests arid Pants Jp 50b Corset Covers 25c 35dxand 5Oc ft b We show an extra good Vest and PaTitit for25ceachS 4 5IIOnyx llosierji t Ladies and Children js fc the best to loe had We refjSOleagentSfOfth j Tney make the ese best goodsS25c hose in the world Also 3 fprjg rjj I6o and 6Qc hose Re ii fhember we have cheaper fones Our stock is most corn rt peeJI jg Respectfully J ROBERTSON BROS 1 c 1 1ft 1ft m Ipr 2 i I aI =Wl2L7zJYrzLT ilh Season is Uerle 1 mmFor Winter Clothes We want all to mi L OW that we are clothiers fifoiqi Wk ft1 Skin Out II- We IrlttI have a fine linesof Underwiear Our Suits and Overcoats are made ta UJ II fit and pleaseVt Our Ladies Deparfmenf i g isfilled wit new FtbrThsand Dress IGoods Eeadytoweir Skirts ete 1 agents j celebrated IQUALiTY 111Mfavorite forIladies department of M as LaS = Grandy Claybrooke Mclntire Ir i a BleEE 11111 uYou Will Be I W 311 Dressed 5P+ f t l ix you order t for Clothesetllr J LUMABLLi Try a selectionfrom his samples for a nobby Suit bvejdoiit No Hunting Hunters ate warned to keep off q f mjr rjaumder penalty being proa uted iortre9ipas rJl1ipr fiL lIapZalI tkcthipoIPS iItps- nsttiy It ytW wtk UticS B1H4hirI ICkI1PtQMPII- d want to it it OIdJ W mfr to use th Great Pile Cure Sold Haydous Pharmacy C Medium Suits GarmentsS E For td We are sole fc for the t QUEEN Jt t T S H O Ea f J r the Our shoe L is com f plete with a Jin0 I ens wellI as dies Shoes If 4 I v ioC c1 e Vv If 1 f or f J 1 II ol eachke W rdManZan by C Covers i 4 i Hi Mftlcc i The prepaid for turkeys j aj ibBcml67Boiiae will be ie i sane u lba pftid by orae j I m the oon tfy from thi da K arJOK Man r t Btmltry Coj1904iiIfDlpeph4 Tablet cure indi getha 4yspepis and streihen U e Iomach 8014 by Haydons Phr mac 1 c waW r w V v s rtriE NE W SLEADEFRi rifkt Beueet tear AM mm 4Wiltiaii iPiBcktUj of Brook 11d Con kept ft big boiiy in a PO in a corner of a pasture near 4bkin A yaiuablc horse was iui4iniIoograZeTheb0rtd t triad to Weak out of the pn TfMtiit eveitt1Iy succeeded in datefj ni jiedateIy attacked tfe to tewins fti by one of the bincUgL The hone shook ofT the boar after kieViar it many times The to ir eotin ed the aggressor Ws ng td tearing the legs of the otIs which jNiight vigorously irrikrkJi lull power of its hoofs 3h fight lasted more lhan an k brO4l r Tne squeals of the infur iated miiraals were heard by fannbard who summoned Mr Jfcjajicu y and others and they IJt to the pasture and with f piichf ckasucceded imparting th ifhtiijp atnnials The boar died 4ro1i iU nround a few minutes Iuerai3d the horse serisusly in lireaj was taken to the barn It 4 ii expected that the horse yill Ter recover Is usefulness t r PlnlittFflW Honey M Tar Folei Co Chicago originated oRey an4 Taras a throat and Jung reraedy and OTI account of the great aritaad popularityof Foley Honey pvJdTar many imitations are offered f r the genuine Ask for Fbleys HoneyanffJTar and refuse any substi tate offered a no other preparation w llgiv the dame satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and iBsafcBt for children and delicate jMsons For sate by Wood Camp bell A F1at P11 No Pill il as pleasaufand positive as J eyitt Little Early Risers Da WitLa ittle Early Risers are so mild aad effective that children delicate ladies and Weak peooie enjoy their ceanInfr effect while strong people ay they are the bcsHiver pills sold tjSold by all druggists The health and fragrance ard strcQfth of the great pine forest are iidensed in Pinculesa new discovery putup in a new way A cure for all Kidney Blood and Bladder diseases Backache Lumbago and over form of Rheumatism Pineules rid the fSystem pf impurities dld by Haydon Phar rnacy sitQkli3 Dfath- 56n Allan V McKay lawyer l and well known citizen oi Nelson County died suddenly of heart failure Wednesday night1a few mirinlcs to nine ocloclr He com plained of feetino unwell late in the afternoon a pHysician was called but Mr McKay only lived 1 few hours His death is a terri bte shock to the whole community He hasVed the office of School Superintendent was well liked and was a splendid man Record Be flnict Not a minute should be lost when a yTnfd shows symptoms of croup t Chamberlaias Cough Remedy given us soon as the child become hoartc orll even after the croupy cough appeals r will prevent the attack It never falls arid is pleasaut and safe to take Fjr sale byHaydons drugstore Mora Cflflli Rot Mt Her 1 had kidney trouble for earsII writr sMrs Raymond Conner of Shel tm Wash and the doctors could nut help mo I tried Follys Kidney C ire and the very first dose gave me relief and Ii am nowcurcd I cannot Kir too much for FoleYs Kidney Cure It makes the diseased kidneys sound so thy will eliminate the nolsons fronr the blood Unkes they aleby ao tlisgood health is impossible For Wocxi Campbehl FOR HOUSEWIFE Treatment For TUrcndrrorins The threadworms are common to- iidults as well as children They attack the lower part of the Intestines oxtstluj together in ijrcat nuinhers They cause an Intolerable itching and Irritation often preventing gleep Make a strong soapsuds with ijultc ivarm- watcr imd dd Tthrce tableaivjiDns of salt 4 to onelialf gallon of the wtinn suds Use as an enema For tLc Internal treatment Bantonine may be given ns In the case Of intestinal worms The locul application of mercurial ointment just before retiringwill give relief There arc certain symptoms follow ing the giving of sautoulnc which the mother should know about The childs vision will be somewhnt affected ob Jccts appearing to be green or yellow the urine becoming highly colored 33jritlra Decided odor Tile child is un Wguajly irritable for a few days The rCTuIc for Ihirf has never been aster taliicd but the Irregularities subside when the medicine Is discontinued a 3 CvrleM Tree of Tibet i In Tibet thereUsTa most curious tree V lcRown as the tree of the thousand im g s Its Icfaves are covered with well ieflncd characters f the TIbetan fihabet S 7 AChi y He doesnt 1lfce tb poi to bed And KcttliHC ap ia worse Te vasMns top Ive heard It saId Hes Just as much averse V V A i as for chool and studying it Wttea lie would ratheV roam H at It moie tk aayt1i1 r RIt I4jS4h4 at e f admit that itltfrj o4tItWaIorrybei t baYerbektoIdo Ii wf h batea tM i I do suppose that if be eboM What ftf rhoald do day Hod r lar aiid tat awhile Slid then Ilrd 4t a wiite end play- nn Fit clean In Wen and Win Ili THE HALL OF FAME Andrew Carnegie has written a little book on James Watt the great engi neer Yin Hslng Wen and Sing Chat Chou government students from China have entered the Virginia Military Institute Auatole France and Octave Mirbeau have Cedptcd they will never have anything wore to da with the French academy Graham K Meilen son ot President Mellon of the New York Kew Haven and Hartford rallroadi Is a stenogra pher iu tile employ of the company Major R W McClaughry warden of the United Stntcsspenlteutiary nt Lety enworth Knri lihs just celebrated the completion of hLythlrilctli year in that HJUi Dr Lea VosoJ liecrctnrj of the Swiss legation at Berllh who has been ap pointed Swiss minister at Washington Will be the youngest diplomat of Itis rank at the American capital A committee iiah been formed In Eng land to establish a permanent memorial to Sir Edwin Arnold It Includes such men as Joseph Cliambcrlaln RudyanT KIpKng nnd the Japanese minister among its memhcrs The Rev Wilson S Frltch of Attic boro ifass lias fully decided to go on the dramatic stage He hits resfgued as pastor of the Pilgrim church and willimrilierhls flrst appearance jn Hum let Mr Gully who has entered his seven tieth year will probably retire from the speakership of the house of corn mons before another birthday comes around ns n viscount and with a pen sion of 2000 pct annum Perhaps the most remarkable old man In the world is stationed nt Fort St George Calcutta India His name Is Saikah Iiiiamudda regimental char lain to the Eighteenth Native Bengal Infantry lie is 130 years old and BUll re ds without spectacles ANIMAL TALES B B Holmes of Fall River JIass Is the owner of a foxhound six mouths old whose ears veasure eighteen and a fialf Inches f ou tip to tip w C Govv of llcnnikcr N gently re shot n Ilshiiawk that measured five foot ten inches from tip to tip of wing The bird was carrying tt suck er In ills tai tzs twenty jpches long A curiour flntl was niado yhijp yj fare of codfish was being drcssocl frliie schooner Georgc WIHard nt New burypbrt It wasa pint bottle corked In n cods stomach In the bottle tat about a teaspoonful of whisky A man eating shark gave hard bat tie to n fisherman named Merchant in Salem harbor lie bit at a cod line and hcjcamc up oil it ready for a flght Tlo Qslicnuaii fought the shark with his gaff und tile lisli bit off n piece of Its hardwood hanjJJp pg ifI Jt had been straw Tha lish was four fppt iff length SHORT STORIES China pays IT per cent interest on tier public debttlie United States only 2 per cent A six ton bowlder Is to be used as a marker on the site of the First church of MorMon Conn Outside the jpolnr regions tilers V maIzthuiiloreI4itisctiniatedzibottconetlftIeth globe f It took seven tons of tallow five br rels of porgy oil niid several barrels tf soap to make the Georgia slide grace fully down the ways at Bath Me Professor Alfrcil GlarJ of the sea fishery commission has come to the dcV ease of the oystdr lie says that not only does It not transmit the bacillus of typhoid but that despite the popu lar superstition about tlic mouths with the bivalve can be eaten at any sea son of the year EDITORIAL FLINGS King Peter has been anointed yii oil They sccni o liave tlouc everything wltli the Servian throne now but to dis infect it WnshlugtDii Post Andrew Carnegies proposal to put down wcr by force will not appeal very strongly to any one who has ever uu dertnkcn ti lift himself by his boot ctraps Chicago News 4 The problem of the repression of crime In New York seems to be near SDlutjlou after loiig and hard thought by the experiment to be tried of mak lug the police work Baltimore Amen can A Wisconsin court has decided that a par cut luaj hurt iii3 boys physique with a paddle but must nOt injure his digiijtjj Most boys would like to have that icii l3n turueJ around The re savwjr wjnld be Sooner Philadelphia Iiuiulrcr HEALTH keephouseDranght Wo have used it in the family for over two years with the best ot recalls I have not had a doctor la the beiio for that length of time t is n doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well and happy JAMES HALL Jack sonville Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach painsTrees the constipated bowes anti invigor ales the torpid liver and weaken kidneys No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskeptcountry mile from any physi balthforyearstheir only doctor Thedfords BlackDraupt cures bilious ness dyspepsia colds chills and hcndachesdiarrhcea ailmentbecauseliver and kidneys nearly con trol tho health THEDFORD5 BLACK PRAUGHI My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Corn monest Signs of Heart Disease Notxrtthstandlnjr what many physic ana lay heart disease can bo cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure baa per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In the medicines idiopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique in the his tory of medicine by being uniformly successful in curing those diseases Nearly always ono of the fIrst signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth er It conies as a result of walking or running up F alro or of other exercises If the heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping Bowers there is something wrong with it The very best thing you can do is to take Lr Miles ICcw Heart Cure It a go to to foundatoa ct te tru tc and moo a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves I know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For p number of years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spoils and pains in my left side For months at A time I would bo unable to Ho onr my left side and if 1 lay Hat on my back would nearly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New 3Icrrt Cure which I did with good results I began to Improve at once and after taking several bottles nf the heart Cure the pains in my side and other symptoms vanished i sin flow entirely well All those dreadful smothering spells are a thing pf th- epastF P DRAKE Mlddletown O youtheppp1hI Write to us for Freo Trial LlhI1AJ Iackago ort Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell itlrreeLABORATORIES ELKHART IND MRS MARIE DE HART A CIftclniijti Woman Wio IIis HP come n Master Mechanic A master mechanic In skirts Who ever heard of siieli a thing Xo not a man uiascpicradlng but a veal live woman of high birth culture eduua tion abd refinement piyiiig her chosevi vocation in Cincinnati With tier sleeves rolled up to her el bows dainty bauds soiled with the grime and grease of a machine shop iIrsTMnrie Gregory le Ilart scion of an Illustrious southern family and aughtcr of mi eAjudge of the supreme cqurt ajul UnIted plates seimtof fwn Indiana prides herself on hpr skSjj in iizs MAituj DE HAKT the manipulation of machine tools and knowledge of the all round practical workingu of a shop Aside from tier pvucliaut for handling the cbld clil el anti operating thcjythe she Isjthe patentee of a hollowtire for bicycles carriages null automobile which sbe luims will revolutionize tile business Mrs De Ilart was born iu Kentucky uul at the ate of twenty was left a vUlow with two children Twenty years ago nt thp death of her father Judge Robert C Gregory who succeeded Sen ator Cratt df Indiana in the Unite States senate Mrs 13e llart found Ier self with a small fortune at her con maiid Turning to art literature autjI cinslc she apciit several years in Eu rope in pursuit of her studies On re turning to America she took up news paper work and Juts been employed on many of the leading dailies In the Unit ed States as a critic iu music art and the play Five years ago Mrs Do Hart concejy ed the idea of an alrlcis tire She af once took up the nfudy of mechanics because an expert machinist and open CJ su iiliop of her own devoting herI time rmauly to perfecting her tire scheme Vhcre hmilrcdB of men fall she has sicceed with the result that after an expenditure of a fortune In dcvelopmtiit site has a commodity with which she hope to revolutionise the tire business CluchmatlfCouiiuer ciil Tribune 5nleoiiacn Un iuositoiably more woujeii of ca pability huLl InteUigcnce Cook upon sale ianship as a life work titan Wfl3 the case ten or even live years ago A visit to nay ono of the better class of stores ihi sutllcicnt to prove this to the satisfaction of even the casual observ er One docs not get the impression that the salesgirl Is simply working at a email salary until Site can IIWITJ or llnd some other employment but one sees thoughtful saleswomen who are trying to make their occupations worth something who Intend to soil oads as a business iud not as a translwit occu pation The result Is that4 they get bettor pay than before and of theta arcmuny earnng Letter salaries than they coild iu any other way The dNcrhniiiation Between then and women In salaries brcomes Its and less for tie modern tendency Is to regulate the remunera thai by the work done without refer dice to who does It Many women us heads of depart ments get good salaries and it is no uncommon thing lo see a woman of fifty yearalormore hi such a position Salesmanship Cettlncr IntoOncs Clothes To get Into ones clothes is an art To stay In after tit necessary number of pjiia have bgcn put in place Is a still greater art To become efficient hi these arts practice the following Dress slowly Ise plenty of safety plua nf near the foor of JfcO gown as possIbJe Lot tlciii vary size When the biotise is adjusted pin own iu front at each side of the back yd on each sIde of the front If necesII rv The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer ef SwanpRoct at 1Vork Els Laboratory There fs a disease prevailing In thi country most dangerous because so decep byitheartf kidneydiseaivance the kldneypofconed bloodwill attack the vital organs or the kidneys themsclve break down and waste away eel ay cell Then the richness of the bloodlLe albumei BrightsDisease troubleDrl cpvery b the truespecific for kidney bladder sad urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycen and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling about Swamp AddressPrmention this paper Tin tlc shirt alter hooun it nrmr ly to the waist on each side of the rtick Vlci the belt Is puton thhe time to see flint the hand of the skirt Is coy ereJ Pin It if Mecaishryr but this Is not nccesyary If tIe belt Is not too 1ipt Pe rare that the skirt i hooke tip tlc heck ami that tLe bpJlce camiot sine ciiLooked or unbuttoned at the fruit It nrys to tithe a lUlla none time rnd ta we a tow more nal ty pins and tIvhafb Gach gsriftcift stay vlere It la fastened tour llvcrjilay Toilet Your evwyday toJot Is a part of your chnraitor A girl who laolcs like 4 fury 3 sloven1 hi lli1 luoriijiig M not to UP rusted however iincly shy may loak ii the evening Xo matter how humble your rOam may be there are eight things It should contain namely a mirror vrn8ksinl soap towel comb hair iia1 and toath bruscs These are jut as essentIal os your breakfast before which you should make good anti fretf uscf ot tljcuu rarenls vim full to provide thcIr children with such applianes not only umke a greal mistake Lt com mit a slit of omission Look tidy In Jhp morning and utter thp dinucf1 york iii qvpi jinprovp yqiir toilet Make It rule of your jlajly lifo tQ area un In tbo lttier1i3IiT4OIIt dress inajf qp may be aKytitiug Letter than tIitl Ice but with a ribhau or flower or sonIc tilt of oAiament you in intro an air of self rorfiect that invariably conies by being well dressed Fqnriolnt In SInklni Ton The president of the American Tea gsgodatioii wiItlnj In it well knqwq Ride journal says Tuprc sirjv fquj exact mips to be followed hj ninhlng ton and tim neglect of any1 qf thtin will render the article valueless Near ly every housewife neglects at least one The four rules are these Tlo water must bo freshly drawn from the faucet IIt should boil hard for live luhuttcs before pouring on the tea lOaves It shoujtl ronmlu on ihe leaves not less titan seven Jind not more than ten minutes ami should tlicnbe poured off Into another heated teapot Jsq one teiKpoonfiil qf ttea for pacli cup of water unless a weak Infusion p sired The Voninh Wltliputn Home A woman advanwHl 1n life without a home and without occupation lawn pIp lre wIthout a frame A home of jicp very own lIn vlmt pVcry woman cniVM whose lmpiils liavc not been vltiatei by a false motive In life Despite the multiplication of boarding houses and the allurements of private apartments In well conducted huts love of home iIs as inherent in womans nature as tho instinct of nest building In bird mir tare It U all the better llfrthere Is q conteiilal husband to share it buj houe and happjriws for a womau arj iiiscprnible OtIS Walnut Furniture If you have any old walnut furniture keep it by all means It Is becoming rarer and more valuable till the time Most of tle pieces are ugly btvause- when walnut wan in fashion fcste was at a Ipw ebb An old bureau table or chest jjf drawers ma be nmdu thiiig- of beauty Avltli a little expenditure In the ilrst place the wood must bo scrapr- cd of Its dlstigtirlng varnish and brass or glass knobs put on Some pieces may have to be entirely remade but this Is reticently done with mahogany end other valuable woods En Stylist It Is the duty of every woman ta make the best of herself The question is how to do it and unfortunntely many fall It Is no gopd to be boauti ful and have no style A pltiiir woman can often irry all before liar If sIte achieves style sic Is very apt to leave tn prdhmriiy pretty woman miles be hind Wliht is meant by a smart worn an la goaerttlly one who develop says the hondnii Queen her good polntu with tine regard lo tIe fttsLiQiis and tIc uiotlcu of the moment A 4ry Salt Bath Thnt milt postxvac loulc qualities id well kjiown but it IMS retuyinud for a womra KHtTerln frqia ncrvoiiK pros tration U UJK a dry sea salt rub with beneficial iesults fcjhe Koiks a coarse wash cloth In a strong ijoiuilon of tile sea unit tlieii tires it Alter her cold bath of a mornii she wipe i ofT teinolittircwth a towol tlei rubs with tic salty WJisli cloth till 1scrKhin Is in a g4ow She says uho huts found this to te far more Invigorating than the more usual bath It salt water the Chhlds foot In the cjdeavor to secure beauty lu the luine It uliould never be forgotten that the roDi of every child should be made attractive with pretty chintz and rare photographs ss that on waking and on going ta sloe tile first and last sensation unity be of pleasantness and that the mothers roam whici Is after nil the principal room of the house should be rendered memorable with Its loveliness and its aspect of peace Success Cruel I was knocked senseless when a small boy Welt doesnt tile doctor think ynulJ ever get 0 UJ Baltimorc News S HORSES AND HORSEMEN Lou Dillon is sttld to be forty pounds heavier than nt this time last year Hotly G 204Vi set the Clifton N J track rcccd at 210An few 3ays ago The two fastest stallions of the year Locanda 2O3auttl RedlaCi 2OS14 are by Allcrton 2OUVi Bell Mae 2Qr i Is reported to liavo worked n inIJe rt Loxiugion in 2bII without tbe hopples Al Thomas will prepare the horse of II Uj Cuntry of Blobsnlngtoh lad fd tho New Yprk sale Kulli by Patron goes lath iiter quarters winner of about 9lOod ilth out having won a leat Harold IL 20371 has been shipped back to Canada for the winter as his bad leg titled to improve Jim Ferry 210 Is tub second 210 trottor bred In Colorado tim other be Injj Louise Jefferson JhlO Davy Cahljl still hunt hopes of getting disney ITpru 207 to th6 racoa anil lc wl Lr trlretl csia iitot kei SOil Totara Uingcn 200j was Sep j arately tlnldl hi the Kentucky three yearoia Iufei ty in 210 211 andI 2iI4 Pat riinnk of LHchfleld O has apld to E W Smith of riymotith O a promising thrceycnrold gelding Ly I3Iyrln tLun llnry Tuikcr a PLAYS AND PLAYERS CziiIvanj Shiock IJetu BriuumbJ Ivliignicliard III and IJ ron Chevrinl are onie of the rolcj which IMchtirl Manscd is to play tills season Lillian It lisell haft signed a contract 1vtiSaia S Shubert by thfc Terms of whloh she Is to star tinder the Shulert management fo five yclrd beginnipg next Decembe lAdeic nusj der Uohc has returned from Europe and will make her flrst appearance this winter with the IMill hnvindnli orchestra in Carnegie hall cew York on Dec 15 and 1U ipaniS Shnborl announces that Ed Ayard Ferry will revive several of hisI erirller successes during his foflhcom tug tour qf Aunericarile House of Jjftunislde1 will be Mr Terrys piece de rpsistancd A new musical society lisa been Cdnu ed in New Vdik for the purpose of giv lug n serial of concert In whicll now as well as classic and modern composi bus will bo performed by an orches tra of sixtylive musicians under the direction of Arnold Volpc MODES OF THE MOMENT Chiffon frills to match the gown art much used instead of tile lace frill Yokes collars cuffs lapels and pan eli are embroidered in silks spangles ribbons beads and chciiljlps Traveling and walking gawns qf covert cloth short skirt nOd long jaIet are yqdeiimlily stylish flInt ehould be verj ecrvlcehblo The fail fur tills year is calfskin Neck pieced lint pillow shape muffs and coat collars in this striking brown and white ftir arc seen a great deal Fur mid tulle will compose many dress lists this winter The combina tion is certainly a rich one Usually these hats demand little timnipg bp yond n short pJupieMr two or nn olgrot Heavy Avfiltc cotton waists for cold weather retain their vogue Linen slieeting of n heavj quality makes ex ccllcnt WaiSts With a bit of eiu broidery a handsome garment may evolved at no great expanse New York Post FACTS FROM FRANCE A FroncTi suggestion fqr prcvpntlna nutomoblllsts fram oorcliliig Is tQ forWd the use of masks andgogglos- A Paris butcher hiss bcdh sont tu prison for three months for selling goats flesh dressed to rascmblc Ianb 1TLe city of Paris has purghasctl tho rooms which time pool Bpiangpr InhabIt ed from JSH tq his ilpfltlj l1 ISft Ho paul 120 n year tw thpn IIn 1000 there were 2S97 nutpmoblles In France This year 12984 are regis tered There huts bqcii n decrease ot 20000 lidrswi and pf 2tli47j iiorec iiawn vehicles In tlijftt time Frtiite lian Issued a new twpnlyflvj cqutiine piccO of nickel struck Qff polygonal form tq nvojd rpagiubhuico to silver coina qf nlxiut tho SAme sted Tke new coin has tjv ntytwo edges Grape gathered trout the famons ueiio due Roi cliut4icias vine at t1 iwlace FoutaSnebltMi tIih year hart beea oW for550 he vie Is one of tlio oldest iu France and wits prtenl otl to Frnnclfti by tl e sultan BRITISH BRIEFS Th 9 Araiout KtAlf of the homo of eouimins uiiMherx sltyslx Their nfl nilos total iio000 ai nually Yarmouth auage4 it own races This year K itinile iri500 by the racej rotluAtig taxnfti Jii to tilt ezteuL The urn containing the ashes of str Edwin AnsolU libiS bOon ctmvcVQJl U Oxfofd by lila son and placed In tiip chapel ot University college A iitimher of young men In LpuJou IIHVC organized a litb fortho ctocour agvinent 6f n revival of Ijrecpo and KtocKing for mcug wear Instead of trougcrt iv ILlto liritteh postal dejiartmeht is Will ing to cstwblh O D parcel dour crw The larger firsts favor it Thc siiwller fimw are protesting The utumber of vlsltoi tto tljcShake Bpenre houu tit KtrittfordonAvoii this ycir lut MMccm tUs r fOrJ Jmvlng bcdu ist the ritv of ao000 pei annum IArothtst visttrShlYe liocon f3 flu nidraxitt tht see registe of tlteu niBici tis owkert Cait of ttc IInnilN Save Ue llifeer where It is pdiJBHHo After harn tlte Juitd In hitt water li tI tLt uiJcr ld vutIt t poea ic cj c4 if tiU ten ji have the dealrcd e rcct ire an nttilHgen cream A ltle vinegar will tloab the poroa Lut will roughen tle htiiKbj Jf It Is noieasaiy to go Into dir y woik Rftcr having the hands In s apguds put on old lad gloviw The oily way to bare gwcl ijpUing bauds tofkcei theft clean hud tuey never t to dirt1 niore easIly and hold It moro s ubom ly than nftcr being ihi water TnReu2aoYeIlItheaV Mllilow very dllllcuit to rosiove Qnb luethol iJ to rub the spot with lernon juice ruil thdn with sjlt Air other i9 to wet thcui with warm w flitlkcth1Dry In the sun imd repent the tiJejltf mont IIt udressary If those methods full bleaching water can Le rcuortcd to A sample blerciilng vctcr Is iudc- by boiling n tcaspoouful of boras in 1 quart ct water 1j TWQSlDS IIoJTShc Gniuo to Change Her Mind About Life Insurance Why dont yoti got yolii life lanai ed T asked ifrs SpTidUIugton i wa talking to an agent yesterday and aft o what he told mo it seems tome that every woman who has children ought to take out Insurance Who can tell what might happen to your husband The agent mentioned a case that was very pathetic The husband had been carrying heavy insurance for several years but they never thought of hay lag the wifes life insured Like so mail f tie resj of us I suppose tfiey jthought that in case lift was left alone with their little oncatiarcoultl be tible to go out tultung i Just tbc rnrnezH c3vt tpVThteti- ee ch t Ce iIt la iut ttt tLe Crst ta go Vull anyvay the wife died and left him with three children to care for Site hiulnt been gone six months before ho wa4 taken down with parafjfsis liiaCe utterly j helpless so itere were those poor helpless tots with nobody to provide for theta and hardly a dollar laid away to be used for theii support Think how much more sensible It would have been If the wife had carried at least a few thou sand dollars worth of Insurance i4 stead of leaving It nil for the husbanu to da Im going to take out a policy right away Xo one can ever tell what may happen Yes thats all very true replied Mrs Gidger as she wiped away a sym pathetic tear but bbbbut suppos ing you had your lifc insured and you ded and your husband got married again and the ether woimn should manage to get hold of the money and Great mercy i never thought of that If that agent comes around again Ill throw scalding water on hlui Chiiytgo itecordIIeraidi Rnthcr Insinuntlig Itt like to thrash that sonlnlnw ot mind growled the wealthy old gentle man Why so asked the friend lie said hfc was living oil little or othjng Wdl is that anything Ybs He is Hvfiijj on meItouiuie bee Me Journal Her Only Trouble Mri StubbsrrGnoduess Martha tho baby has Leon crying for two weeks What is the mutter with hUll Mrjs Stubjs Vfcy nature Is glvln him his teeth John Mr tstubbs AVeI nature may bo all right In some waya but she U certain ly n slow i1euitistll3u Ilcr ild A Scnnllilc Conclnnltn Mildred had been full of pranks rind naughtiness all day At bedtime she seemed in a somewhat chastened mood rind her aunt suggoste that site shoult isk God to forgive her whereupon Mildred exjluimed o I ont I cant lie bothering God nil the timer Lippiucott8 iigazJUO Obeyed lIce StrletlV Nero let hear front aghIuTVl site cried her eyes Hashing Ht shall be as you desire he an swerrd A moiith later he was at tIme front1 as a wnr correspdnCent with the Japa nose ar ny New Orleans Tlmespcinoj cri Vttce Her Qlic lc lo tPtl- ilqni 1 vraa jjfllitg t3 call an a nice tirl I thtMk Id got dressed Inmy best Vliydiinlt you wear that new coat of yours DklirQh the cloth is too rough anti seratcitti im epggEt1 to this gtiI yet KnouVjPhlladelphia Press IIensurozuents Po you hunk a rnnuis Importance 3r mouHilrctl by his pocketbook- VCcrtlnly not answered Senator Sorghum A pocketbook couldu hold otpuirh to ainotilit to nnythhuj fts the hank book that counts Washl ttoti Str it 1Vnt Pr e Rylnotir lecture oaj the op pcufll wn5 immbiise I didnt think It WitS In yon Dr Gunl 3ln7lt fent I Imd It cut ant hst year Now York Press Till nirt You SotuctluicH See sO Hero VOrjdui b Neil York Amcrlcnn V hat h in eiVtJTl a your postman linssmtlg the uiit r iillcs i jdflfe Hlglmioro Ho Is i et hnU cos4kutCiuleinuumti In- iurer Tiho Artful nndprer Wagner They sny that old Con poimcs tlk bankerolita untold wealth OrtfsorlYer Thfiiwlmt the tax collector i pcrUrT jwn Topics An AmerlcRii Heaven holpf the who help them solves iua plityiitutIi with many a fnuitii tibi dcIeineIuutltit3re iuitur1wui k Tmei jjurRiia oogrtuum5 Ott towmh are ctTlnJ limn they have been ln former Sea fions suit il e woman wlio ran afford It hfttwdry towel kind ei r J rtol Iii white Jifeoti on oiif taor Tle pHIn lace towoi tonistttqlfrfl taut cmbrod cred eittci w th a iifouognun or with n single Initial ail In while is In good fQCJll FDLEfS KIDNEY CURE Will cure any case 01 Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicineI GlVNUiTODiIB Spiegel ISM U Virginia St Evansville lad writes For orer four years I we troubled with a kidney and bladder uttlectfon I lost flesh and wasuhablo towork Three physicians failed to help me and I was given up to die Foley Kidney Cpro was recommended and the first bottji cave me groat relief anzi after taking the eecocd bottle I was tstlroly cared Lii lwuCLflk LL1IiTiI Ii I rAgetablpreparanrTAI 1lieFoodandfleulaI IM4MS H1IDRIN Promotes DigestionCherruI nessandRestConlains neilher- OpiuinMorphina nor1raI- OTNA1COTc i4zs si-11rJmna rhlljSd- dtii5rd- JMrifed frConsLpaiion ThrmsConvulsionsFeverjsb nessrjindLoss OF SLEEp FacSimile SgnaIure of NEW YOflK- I old DosvsI l C i MS EXACT CQPOF WRAPJE I BEFORE GOING TO BED What to Do to Secure a Jlefrcliln lelita Sleep We arc always dining into our chil drouS cars that in order to carry a thing through pVoperly tliey must de vole their whole attention to the mat tcr in Laud and yet we do not nlwdys set a good example We retire for the night with the object of resting oui tired bodies and brains and Instead of dolilgthe latttir we make up our iniud for agoodthlng or indulge In quiet read Now a book may have n very spoflilug effect on some people but Itis dccliledly bad for the majority aui only iCsclteV the brain so that when we linally lie down sleep refuses to come to us There la n time for every tiling and after a long trying day It iIa most Important for our own health ant for the well belug of our families that we sleep well but u Co iso weimis retire with this object only in view Weihnat wake up our minds not to think never to rcad but to secure thtU ycfreshhig sleep which Is liaturel wily or preparing us for whateyer vexatious ve may have tosface oa the mor row Breakfasting beJ1o unes one ik reilly ill is a uioal unhealthy imbib airl shpuld not be permitted Exchanicl IN THE SICKROOM iQr soft hoes but those Tyhlch vril tttliJe rtc down the doctors orders so as to allow of no mistake Wcjjr plain wash stuIT gowns which aiciiit least two Inches above the floor ho bot lifc much starch In the wear S tiopurel or tile rustle liiay annoy the invalid icuicmbo that a sick person Is pain fully aware of disorder about the room or thb nurse In nnyv long Illness keep plenty of dlsiufectaut around the room to render It fixUh and sweet Keep the patient well sioplled wIth clcait heJclotlInas It Isliot only san UaiTr Let refresh g to have clean lin Cfj csrrl not to betray any ncrr ousnesxor FUM about drafts or medl ciIMi Do everything in a quiet but not stealthy fashion r A IIcn For tlic Boy We see much in mir periodicals now ntlayJl about beautifying our back yards n mut commendable reform bnt t6 whnt nut of the way corner has ihe ffiiirll hoys p clous tcIoiTglngs been ielegatodJ Sprtty tho little fcl town rlgif sre to bb rcjpcctcJ but we sVe no ndlcatlons in ile numerous photogirplr of orunmentnj bade yards qf n vine cover1 vorsjOi vvhero the sawfthe hatchet anti Jilts of woot etc op dear to a boys heart are to lIe found The bovgt should have a portion screened from the rest of the garden by a high trelli or fence of chicken wIre which woul be a thing of beau ty wlhen eovcVe with blossoming vines then they will not jbe driven so often toiled amusement on the streets Stale Bread Grhiaiecnfce Soakl twocuj3of stale breadcrumbs for ohe hour In a quartet milk which must fie boiling hot Pour this over the brccd nubs Separate the yolks anti whites of two eggs and beat light In to tU6 soaed breadcrumbs add first the beaten yolks thou three ounces of lour n thlcsHponful melted butter a nil tcaspooiiful of salt Beat these well Jlri stIr In lightly two teaspoon ruIn of bklngpowdcr and the bcatea Willie Gesue the griddle anti bake lulckljr In MJMI thin cakes until a golden brown These are the most wholcsQiue of all griddlecakcs Jellies and Custards Almdst every housekeeper knows the voue 6f awet hot towel In umnoldiug jellies and curtards They will appro elate the suggestion In Good IIouso Jiecpinjj of a cold towel to assist re moving a cake or pie from the baking Jin Wring the cloth out of cold wa tot fold and lay on the table and set the hot baking tin on it for n few minuses when the obdurate cake or pjc mar easily be removed PITH ANQPOIKT If a man gets irritated wlien htfts Ju terrupted in reading a letter that Ia QIW Blgn it Is not friin his wife How necessary n thing seems whcq wo charge Jt and how fopllsh it wa when wo come to pay the bill Two lean live as cheaply as one only In the case of tIm young man who spends alt his earnings anyway So many men think they can do bet ter elsicwhere In nluetvscven cae i out of a hundred they are mistaken I wont start a lire every ouo Shy to hilusclf when getting Into tempta tion Ill just fool with matches awhile Attbisan Globe i A L CAsiORIAPorllnfants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature pf I 4 U- sForOer Thirty Years CASTORIA ii- I 15vW5 asv yeas c4 CliibbingList e31 Magazines and Ney3psipefs published in the cbiintry offered at reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers W1TZ 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