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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v c Nj ji wU 1 m4 J er 1 Ii new E3IYOL XYIHO 24 LL i r 7 I WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 10 1909 F r O PERfI f jj tIDRfMRBSTK PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice ever SMe Barber JVatol ok keonab1eprke 11workguarante PRINGFmtD c OURf DIRECTORY JtDtGFIE14ncoauty seat of WaMinto County Zijcs south QIiJ21es from Us JIhhr nf- lejja4 NlhVUtc iaUro h ft tKrmiujC ad afrieUral district Two Banksj tclegrapk asdMteleptioee tiass ezffeceIoitrUhi lumber yarfta P c1 ittoft 1700 yop latiom of otIatrlo1Represent tiY iu congress Boa Ben JokMoa BAratOWIl Ky- JtepcwtmUtiTC inKeutHCky Lejfisr aye tJcHa W C McChor- dRepre tative is Stite Seate G K JarVis Canibe1ISV11eXT Aty DIrSctOya cntCtjlT COURT Circuit Court begins pa tile fourth Ky tii FelDCusfry May 4to- b i I BC TksriiJdge EI Diirkam Coafmonwealtk A- tory 5 Bobt A l oe Clerk = M G Icii MaitetCoiBmlss r QUltrERY LPURt QuirWtiy CotrtJ8eldol1t1ae third mondayjLi jquck Joatk Jruir JKctge i ijOXTYOUR otatyrtwewE om jheforth- Mosdai iitkJS L ithey3idge WJftoker CouHtv Clerk T S Maye Comaty Attorney gtkorf Ciitlett Jailer Sky Oebpurne Sheriff 1 8siAii4eron i DickI= JWast mtt I iDeptleW JavMB F Moore fount Surveyor T P OBrya AsteHor IP r1itckeli Deputy v x Jtofcert roe Treasurer J X M6 tgo ICjcjroarl j 2 J ff lub Supt of Common boo141F 0 Springfield J IcITYCOURT James R Not Police Judge JiGra IMarsitali I 7f yrdrJgiiby CttyAttruey juTIcbOURT V Juklce Courts are held in January 1al1 AprlYanl Oatbpor Church rltj jfarY t9 ih 1 MICTHODIST CHTJRCH Rev G S Kiuiff Pastor Self ricetjeryt Suudajjl am and pin MlySchOOleyr Sunday atlQ am Prayer jit JinK jsvety Wednesda Mkkt L t CATHpLjl CBtJRCH Rev piF HesflesSa Pas oilSel Jiocs YerYSpdayar8and 10 oclock a i Services at5t Rbsesame hour- SYTERZA11 L P OHURCB t Rit R E C Lawson Pastor 6 Y Sapdayat 11 am aad at T ay achCloJeV6rj t 1llnyL ift ifai Fraj un eth Y8 tT TridY nyenlnsr a ttlnrl BAPTIST CHURCH Rey Wat Harrison Williams Pu toi Preaching every Suvi5ayat ITap land 745 pm Sunday Sciooleverl iiday at 930 a m Prayer meetifTff TlMWdayeyauinjf at 745 oclocl s 1 pHRISTlkN CHURCH r SReWF Wotf Pastor Vf ices Jifstaddff6urth SunUay Sunday tb4i tOfl1k t iI f ItejnIOrdersoixStigfleid3Oc1 t 0 40 eetr first arid third Holiday rackint t WaaktMgton R5Chapter No- ets 5i = every second TeEday IOlPtli fflfSeldCbttDcil o 52 nieel t on Ierq ttdl Monday 1LHICKTS of TH MACAaHSS Meetlj itiil uitrQif 51it ei WHI1E Gmm Vefmifuge wSffiREMED J risE NSLDSWS FATE TON wc SbM4TAN ThE P SPuO a- t51ftw LJm nt r L SMtSTOR t 2 r 1w y 4 THE u NEWS=LEADLR t I ovATmNS II GREAT EDUCATIONM- INb June 22 Wilt bethel tSOCSiOflcrEflh1Of i ieetingf educators iIptb liistory ot the State for ontha t I KentUC3fYEdUCatlOflaAssociation f at Esiill Springs Kyi Whll P tjbe Kentucky EUucalibual As sociation has been itf existence for a long peridd ipf tiq pot until recent yeaif has Jti beenj able jo na1k t its Influence ieltJ not havo teachers been awaVe tOltS portance and availed themselves of its advantages Jrntil a short kao No person wVo intends to follow the profesJon of teach ingjran afford to jbrcgo the en joymeot aiid ad yaitages olfered 1by this feast oi rtasoo The proaqragd for the occasion includes5 kotne of the best speakers in the country All Ieachfers will iud iin this meeting omethiog enterfcaiDing andinstructive Tea hers above all others must keep abreast ofjthe times and there can be ho better way to do this than to attend meetings where the merits and objections uncertain methods oitaching are discussed Thrdre improve me ts in Reaching as swell as in any other professionj and the teacher who persists in using obsolete methods isf not in de- nand The Kentucky Educa tional Association should be pat ronized as it fills a long felt needin the educational uplift bff Kentucky sl i J t iiNEIKIRK j The4Lbthsviflc- Timessays State Eire Marshall W F Nekirk saysi he loves rhis cigar but oh you pipe When he and the delegates to thevFire Marshals cpurntipji were out at Fontaine Ferry the other night he IcsUt hspipe The next morningj when the president had rapped for order in the contention MrNeikirk held pp proceedings until he could find his pipeyxHe accused the delegates severally of wiping the pipe bVt they strenuously denied the allega tion ttomeor them offered him cigars but he dexJlined anl tljp convention walt jvuntil lu had rohe out and gotten l2ir self a Sc new Corncob pipe At this he puffed complacentlyr lived J152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man arriedthe third time at 120 work edn the fields till 132 and ived 20 years longer People sho ild ber VOJJthful at Jauies Wi rigt o Spjurlock Ky shows how to remain yduog I feel just like a sixteen yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles bf Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bot tie of this wphderful medicine con vinced me I ba4found the greatest cure on eaatbj Theyre a godsend tb weak tick1y rUndown or old pep Ipl Try tbfS50ce HaydozIRobertson Trpgstore 1rLincoln Cents Thei w 1Dc tncentsI wi11 bci ditribtLthstirsti t week m August T Eil WIll supp1nt t a Cent witBthefamiliar Indian head tip nTI1estj ek of t e new coipis ow being accu ulated andas on as it jis larg enougib- to1Hlpp y all parts of ti e ur tL7Vthe same Mme ho new ceiiHfcill be banded onB to the TheAn Jln esign iis PI of Victor E reLae w York scuJptor A nthra j Ltj4N have l1een exam ped by rctor of the Min L h4ad id satisfactory TjId Lijti penny will remain in circu on lor twentyfivt years le law forbids more ban one fange in the design of the coini ItHacb period ora qua ter of a utury The next coin to undergo a ration will be he niclcel The irnelifl3itOf the rese t design ias expired bot as it gav s general satisfaction there has ben n dispOsition lto supplant it Toe 20 gold doubfe eagle oft 6 famous Roosevelt deiiIJJs tljioj at great premiums ThJ3 bhti Belief design which was witKdrawn because tbB cois could not be stackecl1sells I for frOn3 40 to 69 Bbslton nioi script i5 di 1fh 8i Head s kinasc head that comgg from a eickhea ache DOes your head ever feel like a ffoard and your brain feel loose and sorefyou can cure it in no time by acting on your liver withB allar Herbine Isnt it worth Irving f the absolute and certain relief youl get Sold by The Red Cross Drug- Store JophW Berkley Dead I MrJt Joseph W Berkley of Bloomfield died Wednesday Of asthma aged about sixtyeight years Mr Berkley wasa prom inent farmer of hiss community a most estimable citizen arid had many friends For about two years he has been partially paralyzed He was never mar ried The funeral services Ayiil be heidiat the Bloomfield Chris tian church Friday morning at1 eleven oclock and the remains juried in the Bloomfield Came teryKdntucky Standard Many jveak nervous men have ow boenjestored to health by Foley Kidney Remedy as it stimulates the kidneysso they wilt eliminate the waste matter frdm the blood Impurities depress the nervesi causing nervous 6ehaustion and other ail merits Commence today and you wil boon be well Pleasant to takes Wheat Prospects Flattering s The neater tJ farmers of Hardin connty get to harvest the better the prQspect for a bis wheat crop The coolwet spring and summer hvebe n very fevorable to the development andgrowth of wheat and unless something unorseen de velops the harvest will be the largest for several years As the fall was so dry and the ground in consequence so hard the acreage Is ribtr qqfteas laTg6 as Qg fllbut whut slacking iri acreage will be made P1ifl quarit yhfost of thia fields are rather a thin stand bnt the head are very long and if they ftlf out good in the next two weeks there certainly will be a number one crop with many farmers averag ing from twentyfive to thirty bushels to the acre Quie a considerable amount of wheat has been sod fOrsixty days to local millers to be delivered from the thresher at 1OO a bushel Ictnnot be bought now for that With he splendid price that farmers are certaintO get the crop in Bardin ctfrtyili yield at lleast twice the money as ihe Icropof last yearAt ariy thing oveflQO a bushel from tthe thresher farmers had better sell than hold II you want to feell well lookwell r be e11 keFoJeY8 Kidney Remedy Jt tones up the kidneys and bladder purifies the blood and restores health and strength Pleat ant to take and contains no harmful drugs Why not commence today Kentucky Fair Dates Harrodsburgf August 123 days Perryvilie Aug 183 days Danville Aug 44 days Standford July3l3 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days Madisonville Augnst3+5 days Winchester August 3i days Blue Qrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsville August 1074 days Uniontown AugustKr5 days LXawrenceburg August 17 4 days Leltchlleld August 174 days Brirboursviille August 187r3days Brodhead August l83daysl Shepherdsville August 183 days Ewing August I93 days Shelby ville August 245 days Springfield Augifst 2j4das London August J44ays FlorenceAugust 251 days Frankfort August 31 3 days Harinburg August 31i days TompkInsyilleSeptember 15 days Fern Greek September 15 days Bardstowh September 14 days ysIGlasgow September 84 days STATE FAIR LOUIS VIL1LE SEPTEMBER 138 DAYS fifts to Stop the Fiend Ir The vvorat foe for 12 years of John pey4 of Gladwin Mich was a rim nsf ulcer He paid doctors over tOO wUidnt benefit Then Bttckr jen4 Arnica Salve killed tie nice and cured 3iinV Cures EeverSores Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheura Infallible for PileSj Burns Scalds cutsr Corns 26c at Hayto i and Krbertson Drugstore j IIJUDGE THURMAN TRUE RECORD f I IiA Writer iin the Lebanon Enterprise j Gives Some j Facts Sustaining It Ij i ItThe object ofa newspauer ought to bet tell arid spread the truth and tp enlighten the people about public questions and pubiic men but vhenever a paper deals altogether in that which is little mean low slandr erousacd malicious when its chief aim is to open ur instate old soresor vhen it appeals only tovtheprejudic0 and pass ions of men and hot Ao their reason qrifsphse pf justipe and fairness then the readingpublic becomes suspicious of its state orrQct1ness inflaenee by the mritives and moral calibre bL its tfditor pr owner and it ceases to become the messenger of truth and degenerates into the ready tool ofjprivatp revenge and the will leg instrument of the editors or the owners personall spreen and malice although it mai t vto steal the livery of heaven to serve the devil A perusal of the my mali cious articles attacking the hon esty integrity i and competency of Judge iJ H Thurman convin ces any fair minded person that in desperation and despair some people arie trying only to play UPS n the prejudice and passions off mdn and are injecting false issues into the judicial campaign to satiate their own private aud seltish purposes Why lhis am paign of viUitication abuse hypocrisy and mendacious attabks upon a worthy publiiervati- f nan to satisfy the private grudge ofpme man or set of men bent on rUler ruin Truh in thi campaign gainst Judge Thurman JUqement thou art ijd to brutish beasts and men have lost theIr reason- The reans4that writer gives for opposing Judge Thurman are like two grains of wheat hid in two bushels bf chaff you llook aft dav to findi them and when you have found them they are not worth the search Much that is abusive has been written about th in competency and prejudice of our brilliant young Cir Judge Hon L H Thurman Let us discuss th se fulsest Vements in their order First as to his being incomr petent No ong unless hebe penny wise andp rund folish who has known L EL Thurman and ha wafche his record can truthfully say that be is tit competent for hehas been astudent of the law for over twenty years and an active practictioner for the greatest part of that time and possessed bf a quitkana1y tical niind be easily grasps the pivotal points jn each law and stripped of all suitI a-sonsolCorand accurately Judge Thur man is a self made man one that bus overcome many obstacles in life in order to attain the high position he has er joyed as an active practicioiier of the law and as Circuit jjurge he was not reared with a silver spoon in his mouth It but has bteu the architect of his own fortune he has battled all through his car reer for what ne bbHevfcd to be rightfearles in his opinioiu i but just to these who differ from him and whatever client Was seen fit to place in his hands his rights of life liberty or property has never had cause to re gret his cho ce and has had an earnest effective and powerful advocate One of the judges of the Court of Appeals at Ky once paid Judge Thurman the high compliment that his briefs before the Court of Appeals were among the most logicalflranalYti JeLl and showed a closer study of- thelawtllan any attorney in the satit tTheduiies of a Circuit Judge tryingIpass on 1 every suit however simple ttthe average layman knows nothipg abou questions that the lawyers for either side have pjdssibly spool many months in preparation and study and the udge 1is compelled to thresh out the chaff in order to find the grams in other words he must take a comprehensive survey of both sides thelaw and nil the eVidenc and apply thelaw to the fads in eagn par ticular case regardless ot the tine spun th tones ortbe paid attorney regadless of whether the one party Or the other iis rich or poor personal riend of ene my and regardless of any fu tur political consequences a judge therefore snyuld have ic equa ble temper and should deal ojat equal handed Justice to all whether tie be powerful ohm ble an11 Judge Thu man has squared to these requirements Frbm an investigation of the records of the Kentucky Courts its a fact that the Court or Appeals affirms oil an everage each year about 57 per cent of all Cases and reverses about 43 per cent of all cases orought bt fore that tribunal in ottjer words pu ofeVery 100 appeils 57 are aflirmea and 43 reversed and the recqrd of any circuit judge of he state who IMS 60 per dehtpf his 1lasv suits affirmed regarded as good amptig the legal profess of1Uver half of the appeals that gO from Ken tucky lo the Supreme Court of the United States are reversed recently four cases of Judge Evans a federal judge have been reversed in succession Taking the year 1907 as an example and examining the records of Judge Field of Louisville Ky who has been on thej bench for over twenty years anl is re garded as one of the ablest jurists in the state we find that tid per cent of his cases were affirmed an18l per centre versed that year oh th6 other band selecting a year from the record ota young circuit judge whois serving bis first term in an adjoining blue crass district noted ior its culture and educa tion and we find that 56 per cent of his cases were affirmed aqd 44 per rent reversed before the higher court Now compar ing Judge Thurman record on the bench for the first fourv ears with the above records of the two mentioned judges and we find that bis record Is 09 per cent of his cases aflBrnud and 31 per cent reversed and taking the entire ppriod that he has been on the bench and considering eVery suit passed on and his reco d for trie whole time which is five yeais stiows 62 per cent of affrmarices thus proving from ihe records and not mere isjttlraisj judges in the statp apdalthbugK serving his tirft term he ranked up for four years with Judge Field than 1pm there is no be ter in Kentucky and erainly with tthe experience hei has had onthe bench together with his education legal learning known ledge of men equablyl temper and judicial temprment Jle stands today orie of the besq equipped and mot competent judges in Kentucky Second as to his prejuai e It has been said that he is prejudiced and such statement most generally emanates frOm I some one who has had liquor Does Not Stimulate Ayer r Sarsaparilla does not stimulate It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ev r thenext It isnot a strong drink No reaction after you stop using it There ispot a drop alcohol in it You have the steady even gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative We wish you would ask your doctor about thisHe knows Trust him Do as he says TCAyerCoLothelLMassI What are Ayess Pills LiverPIIls How long have they ken sold Nearly sixty Do doctors recommend them Ask your own doctor and find outycars a cases to try Is he not entitled Ito have an opinion on all impur tantaubjects that the people are hscuS1liMuath be marked t bacauserhei I li exjpressionoL LevIlRuselJsI when we know that only about 50- sectionsof thlar excellen t book treat the liquorquestidn aft all but are devoid to the many and various subjects of life liberty and prop rtYr besides the con stitution and jjudicial decisions of the state then why is it neezaryto place so mfuch un dueprominence upon 50 sections of the law and forget and blind our eyes to tneother 000 Many cases involving the construction of the liquor laws have been trifid before Judge Thurman in Marbn and Taylcr connjies and if he is so prejudiced why were so many oftheset cases never appealed And if he is biased why did the Court of Appeals sustain his decisions m the cases of Commonwealth vs B T oDvay in trioh county and Adams Express Company Company vs from Washington county invol ring the construction oftbeI khquor laws Is not there louu dation for some bias and preji dice on the part of those who are r slandering and abusirg Judge Thurman i Why pour Out the vials of wiath upon a public officer be causehe is honest upright and honorable ftby employ all the disnonorable means known to 7 human ingenuity tojdefeat one vho has the courage to be what be isthough the heavens fallcLookout lor the ides oNo veihber The mills of the godsJ grind slowly but they grind wond ous fine and we shall have some fine grinding soJwatchlihe people l Sincewritinifi the bQve article the Courbof Appeals has afficm ed hecase of tile CumberlBnd Telephone and Telegraph Cot vs Cartwright Creek Telephone Co j from Washington conny thps making Judge Thnrmans percentage of affirmancesvbetter than stated above i i WontSIi4ht a Gbotf Friend MJf eyer I need a cough mealclnt agalnIJcrfbw what to get1 declares Mrs A L Alley of Beah Me farIafter uvlng1 ten bottles ot Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its ex cellent reaultaJn my own family and others I am convinced if is made for Cdughs Colds and lung troubleit Everyone who tries it fesls just that j way Relief is felt at once And ha- tquick I cure surprIsedyou F r1t Bronchitis Asthlna Hemorhage Croup LaGrippe Sore throat pain in the chestor DUgSjtssuprem and 100 Trial bottle tree Gupv arant ed by the Haydon and RobSerts Mob Hangs Negra jat Frankfortf Frankfort Ky Tune 3IJohn Maxey thete rbwbo shot and probably fataily wound t ed Bert Q Bower one of bet main men with the Howe circus last night was taken from the i county jail this morning at 20c oclock by a mob and hanged nI the bridge passing over the south side of this city The banging was done by a mob of seyehtyfiVe or eiehty I men who were closely marked I rod the identity of the parrtici l pahts is unknown Tne mob wits severall hours in forming Folfwingtbeshooyinbof Bower o which evidently was unprovoked men stood in groups opthe street cotners il At 22 oclock the mob hur riedly formed and proceeded to the jail They overpowered Jailer j Bridges took the kny fromhtm took Maxey from the jail in his undershirt put a rope around bis neck and led him to the bridge There they sWuoKhim up and then shot him to death There were thirtyfive or forty shots fired Sotae of them were loud andl some suppressed but the mob made sHort work of the negro ana it wlould have dis parSed soj quietly that the lynch Jug vould not ire been known bad it not been that the shots had to be fired in kiyingjtht negro Immedjately atte t tjtbe killing of the negro the mob left and three minutes after it was OxrJ here was noone prseen on the street tdldef Maogm was awakened andVwill t ke steps to investi gate the lynching of the negcoI fiows ThIdSWe offer dne Hundred Dollars Re ward for ahy case of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Cot Toledo We the ownFjyears and believe him perfectly honerable Iin all business transaction and finan taorpbUgationsWaldingKlnnau Wholesale Druggists Toledo Cv HaWs Catarrh Cure is taken inter sally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the bottle Sold by all Druggists Take HaWs Family Pills for Con stipatlon LEBANON LOCALS Porn the Falcolm Tne closing exercises of the colored public school which weie held ot the opera house Thursday and Friday evenings wroe enjoyed by large audiences entertainiineatid the second to the gradual ing class Kev J E Word oiotber oftheDrinCipitlrdeljvdr- a i ed splendid Address to the j ad uatori class Six diplomas were awarded i lAl ceremony was solemnized at the residence or MrJ E Aheran at Brad lordsyille Tuesdav evening at uclock when1 his daughter Miss Bessie au unusuallypretty and attractive young lady be aine the bride ofMr JobnM McWhorter an energetic and popular youngfarmer whoiriow ed from Jaciksoa county to tbt Bradtordsvflle section about two arS ago The attendants ware Mrs Ida Bunter and Mr Jphp Glass oc1f1 and the Roe Jo B vJoritgomery of the Christian j CIiurIWi1lifhe officiating minis er Miss Millea F Jennings of Massachusetts and Mr Frank A Boston of West Yirginia were married theresidence of DrA t Moffelt Tuesday even iug Dr The ouple hive been traveling ip tne interest of an Eastern Bible house and hays had heapajiar tars in Lebanon fpr several weeks You NPV cr Cin jTel11I just exactly the causof tour rheumatism but you know you have it PO youknow that Ballardjr Snow Liutmeutwilleure it reli6yei the pdfnrepuces tHe sweUI gandlI bers the joints and xiuscles so that yuu will be as active and wettest you ver were Price 25c 50c aud 100 old by Red Cross DrugSt Silver Jubilee ieIThe twentflfth atiniyersary III Key Father Charles P Kaffos ordination to the priestboodj is being celebrated in Louisyllle this week Father Raft was educated at St Josephs College irBardstownndIs well known and greatly esteemed by miny In this county A Vital Point r The most delicate part of a bab- s Its bowels Eyery ailment Jt8r it suffers with attacks the bowels a so endangering in mot ca es th life of the infant McGees Baby ElWr Cures diarrhp r drsenta arid all derangement ot tile son1c- r t bowels Sold by Red Cro3s Store Death of Venerable Man Colonel Tames Wkefield tged ninetyniod vearSj died at th home of his1 daughter Mrr John May in Spencer county 00 Spndaj May 30 Colonel Wake I field is survived by a very lafftft f circle of relatieabooandKeKt dtrijm arrm e ucky Slttn Theregr emany imlt atlomt of D Wlrt Carbolized Witch Hazel i1vaDs- Witts iit the original Re Mire ywi getWitts tarbeliHd Wttck Kw l Salve when you ask for It ItiigM for cuts burns and bruIsei alit Especially good for Pile o14b Red Qross Jebarpaey FOR RENT Nic hGSSI r ytd and iitgroQad QtI Lu IMiDBti Apjlyl fo JoH W Lisf J r 7 tk 1 SUBSCRIPT iQf t j I09416AR+ 4flS lJ t SPRINGFIELD t nceitandlhebfg Commonwealth MoCfettofflciatine iji6lIJ5Jq IHaddt County Rural Crrs j J j 1 In accordance with tbs ordisM of the Post Oik IJearmt jthe carriers OH th1 JRaral RMtMiv h have ben countIng thft aiiiihtt of piecei 8 of nmil hdnliW by v Jthfrn The niait r cPeN f handled bn each rpattrfor terM i f r4Nadelivered201339 cQlle 40tlr total handled 34405 MoMi order appKcatioi 49 P tJ No 2CJt1 dtlivterW lajilT total collected 2322 toUl hs itv tkled 15319 Mdney rder rppii cations 27 No 3 Total deliv rd 18571 j totall coljectedl 777 lotel iimi died 221348M n TotierppU t f1 catiOI 34p iIiNj4 Votal j3elivjr d 1240giii hfftotal cxllecied 708 total bgSlS Y iSillG lion y order app ca tion 5 V v- li 7 JSfo5 TotalldeliTereilOllQB JiotaEcol1ted2429 toUrkwrf j1 fed 1274 MOD 1 ordtr lappll r cavious23 A Jj The above figar i mamUMiV r iJi with asniugtm cointy peopU s nddeervedlyio for the r riix r6utee hate beenof liatoijt yfpi t1 to the county Daily pprscUpaw behad in every lio it f that people of all parE pf iif i ionnty are inC dio witk fteachother Whiltall are wilP bg1 to adiriit tbir ndy r t yet there are M f lwl tobtiti unaware iof t arerrdi 4 Jservice to a considra edChile traveling over o r ruda it U no uncommon ikMNTfo o4 fserve mail boxes ia plo i IM4J 7easiiy acce bleoeareWC dof jted in ach inaMBtr slut tM t maiL carrier is dbllgiii tofyiw rflt che road and crow a irtcfa iii F order to lgLvi ftrvk3 ojftai th ujlJ pproHcb s to box are i fcnl l l rJO10fkOr rtadfatd with QiU WY tfi f tterson nrbote box k loo a f tt p dlydoe nMopIOth kM1 tohqw Baaiy bour h JIolyl be dslyicgtbMailj A Jtif i i minute lost at acH boeo Jmount to bo rsi thastbs jpail f s iatbelairW 7 ctie route aid iliafi oansa tht aiatl to mam a titttr o and that be 1elay41Jscasy jJJty hQura lTht condition o vtfy- a known to tbi FM miePUla U a Iipissi i 1 mkt TUlLrtripI oe UM orie8adreporwi ditioa of the dtfito uiimber of boxta In iMMiMMiMr place Thpvaics atad j timg boxee to MIJIIII J iit feLOeso1tu1ldiasiIoew1I r t nd IQIIlt artiffti bor i tlitlt xs aresecxely t toOit jitroaf pods IraLIM t j jLat hesids of th rnaf aIIIL t JiITsufitcient height to biMvfiMk t 6tthe carrier without rip ftfo 1 biseat SLRural Route are a iffti tlKV venknoe Dt in oeiUr to xttCft 7tbEtntlt fr tbi Ms t 1Oxtent they like alL p fj trbertycoopie Th dYais s Oi th service they reotift Uli etW1rK by the is +f4 iunifeet D ich 1IsW ecleror Notic i i All prsoM NJIir1ta h W rVflC entrx0s5te r 1M r t t l v i titl lSpriaTghtCopiay wJ = ii tdJ Tickttt pa aato aIIrqlr 1 tJtilaJtwtlrj iboisad 9thafo1oo PiadyctWbs told at 800 JOf tU ea n ticket sad t Nt to r ii 1 i1 fiiituli t PIritIa i IL ingor iiitlagogS isiwIboo a tcsd 1 jr5It a4LiOtc7a fH B M1iY aSs f 2 t l- J rf4 tHt t Wer adlil t r riliiiw AgJ bwL 8 rym U SPRUGPLLDJCY i NI5A Jvw i 1 LN iur VeStMYD 1RAEAM 4t ItMIrJL LL1TEY- aCOIt Attoiey2T MAYES C ty CI kW7 3Oo1c1R Ic erkBTiOg J4NDRPON dt4 BUS D AILS W T rCJt4L wtx oiu r4rW 0 OBERTS I h rIo County Leader ftHtdir tike itft k rtrd4the cbf- triAl7 made referring tot t Nst Ir and admits iptlit 1t4S jUty tfgtieved ait i t1y uy Liycmae tb e 2ts witbt stcpping to ii r their irtjcla i ApI71Df to be diwised We aib lasy to the letder thatt d to grant the reliefr r J d Pr3on it wftlu Aio Gandin n t V tfce greit toetropo e oth Wthis wee k proid in her entei tjMet f toe ti tln finriaer- vf e aU parts of the worM J- ofr iuiioxL a Shrine r ii gaae t1e iJWtIy1 flarraj letters was gIM1ag him Ttie visitors who vfLtQoltwi read of Kentucky s r li kjity wllLnp doubt be rsyto testify to the truth ofi jrhbas evfcrOken Kentucky Ed Callahaa former Sheriff o- fErtbitt cwnty Judge B rgis tiffct lanii man and a notorious r mortal 4wodd Moiday in his toa4vockeUavillo TIU2s tte last o Jjlfc TfS Jtad Vl1es at t1e porn f t frojjn ap passing bullet re Mke t1ga just a goid as Witts KidBcj and Bladder Pills JTkat ftit Nothing1 made js as sei U Ifey7ittfs Kidney and Blad dP11Ji9r a1T ajimets of the KId Waa4err irWch always result rheumaticiUwfcra A trial of DeWitta Kidney MdJB adder Pills is sufficient to eon viiKeyoaioif good they are Send11 jrour paine to E C UeWitt Co h1cagof atre tha1b4X are so1I JiteyRed crossbrmecyl l V t yp 4 yfedays4 SfG ifor is InLOU1SVI1Ieti i 44ibert Rj1c 3O hs mkeyT Ofl1 rtitc S at M ArjM B dIb1MvS ownand grand 5S Francis 1dart Dj arSYJitir brpthFi r dk Mrs T L Wnarton aod daugh rier ssCatherine are visiting 14rL Robert Steele of Lot is r ille t MrArchie Bue Hafrodsburg- it r ed the Jawtt fete at the rlndy Home Thursday and iade several pibtures of the A jt Mr Davison Reed has rett rn ed frpm Lekinfton where he has i Igeen att noing scliobl il loW Av Waters and softs- IIAllen ap Thornton were in jcjiyilte Tuesday r Rev B BG Lawson ifad s wiSa returned from Cbmpbell riIeMondaY Virginia Royalty i Lovi1I today 1 i Fi View O a jvr I Ldirckof Deatsville bomqof Mr Oliver 8iturdv cr ir ThcuiuyIi JIJe1MiTy nd Ella Rosa itMundzy o1Mr F MUarne i 1etf1 te ic1 meer- gf W48t1iy Jinie SL ocloek p Evsry bis kilyurg4 to IiJp j ie Trix and V rr dined at the h5me of Mrs Mag gl Sweeney Monday Mr Jas Tiuax has sold Bis arm for Opr acre- IOyCO1nstoc1c IajdMrs Art Gadian arid 6ra Carne r dided at the hXmejojf L Tt Car rteySundayV Tbere was a large crowd at feBbt e Sunday to Here Bev amllton preach 4 PfcorMlIfc1- g often thy ugh jto lie repbnsible fox an ibfants lojs in weight jbr general Mor health The cause usually Is ifla t gethTSjffrtl by stirves actua4y s i v s WnLtes eaji icpe1 rxiand nourishes the child supand safe Price 25 cents Sold byRed Crqss Urug Store Hf a Hillsboro r v gMedhorrie after a fWA4St8iV SarahHines jS Mr Sabe Gpulter wifev and Ilittle 5SQnr Cecil sperilft S turday pight aid SUnday with Mrs l an Scott 4 Mr lash Martin pf jperry4 yiWei spentone with hhsiwMatherley Several from here attended g BecoratioQ at ookhridge Sat rday and allj reported a nice ithe Ttie farmers are all up with their work kria ThUs qrbps are all looking fide Mr TOOL Coulter bought a nice colt of Mrs Nan Scott for 35 and sold the sante colt to MrrSabeCpulter for 65 Mrs Mollie Sutherland and witJf4rsplacer Mrs Nan Scott and Mis- sDlieOouIt r peitJTuesday with MrSabe QdiiVter and lam MrTioyd Matberley wife and SOD spenti last Sunday with Mr and Mrs JAV Couiter eit this place Mr James Qoiilter purchased a niqe mqnvirnont from Lebanon tor hswife price 150 Mrs Nan Scott and EflSe Coulter pent one day last week with Mr Samual Coulter and family piIIthatIttBarly Kisers the fanjfiga il tje liver p illssmall gent pjeasa Vdpills With RCrphrtacbS HarfinV ChapeL L As Ijhave been absent toongafewof iipt4ie- o the readers ofth rtLSder Mr r4 rir rth I1S nts vsjting hi 1stStfbt is visiting G wpenvick- add family this W3k Mr Edgar Barkerj of your town spent last week with his brother Mr Will Barker near Jiore Mr N B Hard in has recover el from at severe attack of the mumps Born to Mr and Mrs Henry Stumpp daughter Thepeople id this community are through setting tobacco and thinning corn i Mr and Mrs A L Litsey of Pjeaseht Grove spent Mou day with tile family of G W Feowick Mr aud Mrs Tilden tCiarl pent several days lasfc jwi1 with his brother M Claik Mrs Netlie Logsdon andj son Ray were n Mackvjille Sahday The mibniight Alight partj given hy Miss Adray Canary in honor of her wsitors Missef anSsas City Missouri was well WBOL F A rsT Utwletiwti GiwfM 4tR Serf Yelloy Rool etc We wii riers f forpwccunIuionitaa ti or Refereacei aay B IA Lbultvflle WxisefoiweekIyceljt and shp pt Wefuxnhwl b1reM SABEL SONS CTABU 1668 iRE NketSILOUISVlLLE attended and everybrrly reported an enjoyable tie Mr Ray Penwick and daugh tert Ejldise hayd returned td Lefenqn Junction after a pleasent visit with G W Pen witski aud family Mr Louis Begley is suSering byiinseAirs Uettie Canacy TvasLtjie ucst of iMrs G 1vehwiclc Monday Mrs Wait Barker rand son ayes spent Jnesday wipii Nellie Logsdon and family V Wi11isbg ii Rev Gubibs filled his regular appointment at fte 0iiristian urch Sfind ay A large crowd as present C T jMn Fred Sutherlaud bf c a- swis visiting this parents at Uui place i trSeveralday Evening at Tatham Miss Belle Bifcti iU visiting her brother Mr E Birch Sa reaLbe dedicated the 5thStrnday in August Svery one invitedi to come Several from here attencid the Decoration at Rbckbndge Saturday bOSfamily spent Saturday night vitj MtS Merrell Pinkstbn of Tathauv Mrs Ajinstead and daughter B have returned home after a visit toher parents tear Bowling Green jn- jMfss dora i Treukfai at home with her oilier tespenda few months Mrs Hughgfc in Louisville to visiting her daughter Mrs 011EratusMrs TgiTrentr and daogh the Pinter Mi330oraY ycinTmetixin ftThell oclock Sunday mdrriicg June f 13th vtVathold Tuemofial sejrYices AYil inia1safternoon at 3 o lock Er lie One invited to attend ery SitoLv- 3 W Davsr fl Reed has return edb9W5b om Lexington wiiere he naa been taking a course in e fc inical Engineering at State ptuiesity Mr Dan Kellv and wife of vilear SpringtiolO were visiting tie latters parents Mr J IR iReed Sunday Mr Andrew and Prank Yan dey are at home from State Uni versityr Andrew was a grad Utate tbis year from the depar t ment of Civil Engineering and made a fine record while at that well known intitu lion of learn ing and is now well fitted tpI begin Work having done inth work along that line during t het yiication since ho ias been there Tbosb who attended the lawn fete at the Grundy Orphanage Tijursday evening from this place were Misses EUon Gkegory Nannie and Mabel Thompson Francis Litsey Harvey Vanars dale Sarah Redi Bertha and Sute EdgihtCjn and Sue and Eleanor Reed Messrs Nat Thompson Boss Lteachm n Henry apd flugh fereeory Jas Colvip Jjicir Reed Fred Vanarsdale L P ijHaynes Chas and Edd Litsey jWm Martin and several others fall of whom report a very en joyable tineI isIFOR SALEf 0 Large and Small Wheat Corn aiddTobacco Farms level rich and free from stone Large residences and barns good Railroad connections Can offer a bisrgain at 35 o 60 an acre- long time payments BLAXEL3 VJ Bowling Qreen Ky ll l w 4SSS4 5p viiIr ill hr tIv guetot La fli ia OCViDnn n xt weik I caIthrough here Sunday aflernbon Mrs Scanned has Aieenon thtf sick list for a few clays buLk aboni well nMv thMrsCaiheriiiesWednpsday r Royalty ihas inoved his saw null to John Grjgsbys farm and will hegin Immediately to saw lumber fora tobacco barn TThe baseball team jobrneyed4 j to Springfield Saturday and as usual covered tbemsejVe hh t glory by taking Klie scalp from the Springfield boys and placed it with a great man yv who bav e heretofore laced thisaJrapstrin vincible team twas reajiy pitilp fui to see the Sprmgfield boys chasing thebaUs fit alt parts of the field home runswere made by Hopper and Hay hes and the entire toam perfiDTmed rin ex cellent style and to ciye any one special praise would be an in- jostee to tile rest of tthe team CThefavor tri the Litsey boys The battery for Springfield ivre Cplvm Berry Shultz Cox aria Simms ior Litsey Haynes and tdin t On next Saturday the Litsey people will be given a chance to see a good game on the local diamond at Mifcfiellls park as strong team fronl Thomp son anvi1leass nre us that there will bea different srory totellafter next pretnrdaybdy to adqinisler tto them the dose we haye given sO many otb iseisQuite a large crowd from here aonomriaiiipr the hnll Yoom toIsSpringfield Saturday analieir present aided greatly in the ys playing such a good WfneN Rev I P Haynes has moved from Mr Leroy Heeds to Judge paLA CONTINGENT ASSEti Court Didnt Appoint a Redev r to Administer It A womans way oJ getting rOitfdl tonble especially her ability to QB swer a question without givlifff any tn formation Is ir known LtLt1LU1arIVOf the membeix uf thc iiit byhad occasion ty hthea well developed icufrqf bu4once foiled persistent jttempKrt w r rhilUte edI riAmcrteniII4V c ULit ntnrrrtHe tell1ltlIcStOfl tin i llldrnsolfshoVt n admitted to thp bar but ttyIIIW nntl wns n fair BPccIni average theory stuffed practice ting law scbdol graduate ow yously were rliej commands of the nunging clerk obeycq Here was the looked for opportunity to demons rato my ability In tine noble art of scarpK ingly examiiing a recalcitrant wit npss a woman SrOf the two I fapcy however thatwas tine lady who pis more self tossesfcd when tthe i nccednigs Opelted1 She was a dressmaker and had b Istnfirm Tine examlnatlon dragged Its glow length along revealing no assets until rtnnlly came the omnium athe rnm iieiy asked as a finisher Have you any property of atkind or nature real or personal or any right or Interest In property that yon hnve frtiied to nientlounTerhaps It was my toxic she dls lUcd At any raVe her eyes snapped 4ell rye got what perhaps you wouldnt call rin Interest but its nl most M good Its nn expectntlonv Must I answer gu you please d was eqcouragpd Well you see its this way Cigot two sisters anti both of era have married flitely N iw neither one ol tthem begins to be as good looking as I am Yes She afl n e puzzled Well I really dont acemIlslfouIdnHiave the same show It Is nqedless to say that there was ho receiver appointed to ndinlnlitcr- ibis asset 17Cln1cngo IlecordIIorald IA CONFIDING CONSTABLE The Way He Helped the Housemaid Repel the Burglars t A good story is told at tine expeIlSe bf constable in rural England says a writer In the London Telopraph Not long ago a young and pretty housemaid arrived at the big house of tile neighborhood and It was observed that our friends bent often took him In that direction At flrst she seemed to resent his advances bnt suddenly sine changed altogether and the course of true love appeared to run smooth Ifor u time One night bewailed rather later than usual It was dark and his fair one greeted him somewhat coolly be thought HI doubts however disappeared when she sdddenly declared that s he would take him Into her confidence Sine had overheard the particulars of nflIisteal the plate ik N w Jim sine said heres n chance for promotion Tine burglar knew where Ute plate was kpt so weve shifted It Whal I wantjyou to do Is to get alto the plate cupboard and till they como and open the door Then yotfll have euif Jim jumped at the chance and half an hour later was concealed in the cupboard The burglars came as ex pected and promptly goth work Tine constable chuckled to himself an he heard thp muffled ivblr of a tool on the outside of tIe cupboard dooranu be grasped his staff and waited After soine mlnptes waltjug he re solved to take a cUtitlous peepS But tlip door was fast se nrply screwed on the outside by tIio burglars When Jim eventually roused thfe house iiud was released fj inJils prls on the burglars and plate tdgether with the pretty housemaid a COIIfIIJ Let ute had disappeared Moreover thv constables posltioju took a good d cal of explalulng away RAWDRUGSf stor Oil Comes As Prpwn and flack4 iniwo 1H8 tutu ji t tookliig over the tuystglious bottles mid boxes that litre thmtartnj jdlQ you over votulcr torn tiH of tllo tlrufcs cnuio frotu ey api c redbofore they ayd niUfle Into ojl or drJctl or liii 4erIzed or coKtalllxed llito iiuerishaped lumps Each Jnrnnd bbr se im amediatelyHow many different lands do resent And titter they leave tln that hold them now what areneatiImade Intq Who f0r example would great pile of dry thia twIgst tied Into spall bundles with saran jmrinn Tbuso twigs tire tIne c Ing roots and rootlets of sflrub that grows In Jamaica aiul are wotth from 10 to 50 cents ttttnSomewhat similar in apiwarance thIlllJcci aauUa which also corocai ta dry twigs which are part of trailing root of a plant found In dauip forests of Brazil Theim roots receive no preparation sTe drying before thej art shipped off vto In tilargeopen the bales must beware ojf lug the pungent irritating dust oft vhfch is productive of rpsults if iUcantiousIy inhaled nstor oil too Js hard to riieIthe prot y little brortn Ucqns ted with bUick auckwlth pollslcd th at arrive In luifs from amlla loolc far too attractive to mueh hatei dofeo of bur early Aloes tine base of many medkInesk miA he s on lnswsk1eiJ Xornv as a solitf mass raseu blln pealing nvvticll iu heavy bo In outflLicesIt Is of dUTewijt uuitlltipH and prKew ftvconJhU to whelbis It coitieafroc ix WclIiididi toS jui tineo1kSilY41a e of tUe plant of that fuame TUli juice i ssed oc axi tokC ysunci Iiwflb strange form brought to nnarIet Otio ofythe niiosfcinterostiigof drnS full Itawly groa vnJjie A ease of opium about 223r pounds Is worth 400 roughly TliV Swiseflsof rouigh deal lined vith tnft- Slflr contains a number ot4soft dWrk lunW tlzghckelkluanmyNOf 4t v clmflfWsceOs Tine opho whlchr nercaIsfor nw dicine the othcrtfor Pe fromrsiaMitzorQh1nijanI I- naStdi Lajflejniblic SjSM- ONEY0FTttT4I1JCa MoreUsif F Wfepen Hoarded op tyTfitf idle A grerit rcsertcnr ut of toperishthirstan d die Soi1go vnzxtjtsJbulgln wltk- agnantst nicIney layemen and wennen crops to tripenedtichards thpt grew ih m Therefore what hnjjpcns to the tlollars of tht mllUOnoifrc Is a question of fthe first Importance Those of nsvho believe ln praying for majttrtnl blowings will do well to proyjong and earnest Vthajt rich wo nienjAvIll never conf to buy 100 hats und 1000 govu ith diamonds and otbtr Jewels t match jthat they will tfbutinue to give balls and teas and en of the niost expensive kind that theywlll be recklessly ex travagant In gewgaws ii difoldcrolse of every description because It will be good for us who depend upon an In come drawn from tim niulStude of op rations Involved in ijrotfuclng mer chandising and transporting all those gewgaws and other glibcracks that go- ot keep extravagance nt a hlghl pitch Let us hope that rlchjmcnr8 stolis will c JonQuties foolishly n3 they are reputQiifto do not because it will be good for them buf because It will be od to have the rovi cj poured into tb0 wage earners inviiey ehauiiels iJat us iloubly hope that the rlehnion iiwy ibe prosii red In Uiclr money get tlag bocjitise they wjll not locit He Idle Wbatevpr their wlvps and chit dren do not spend they put Into stocks and honiis and thereby turn it Intq tine wage earners money channels Let ns thankful too that neither the dol lars of tile rich nor the dollhrs of the poor are of tiny vijltie save as they go Into the wage channels of active circulation R V Hcwes In Harpers Weekly Hjo Shrewd Idea f Who Is that sour looking girl with tine heavy undorjawT That Is The only daughter of oW Pe Mllyuns And who Is tine dainty bit of jJweet ness with the blue eyes and golden lialr TlVats the clmperon WhatH tine explHuationT Why itll old Dfr Mllyuns clover idea He thinks his Jane yill 1e per feclly safe as long arfMlss Blossom nrouudCteyelcutd Plain DottIer r Easy yWhat can cUcw do whpn hpgeL i patlunt wino nulther driukH nor imokoa Tell titan to stop eatbig certhl things Everybody eats otilgvlll- tCourlerJournaL Awkward but No Chump Onco there wasu pretty woman wino Climb upon a huge ostrich bv the dos tnt foolish bird mud the pretty wo man Ybucovor your head with sand anil think you are jut of sight The huge ostrich laughed My dear madam ha chuckled there Is othlug 4foollsb about that prnnt youver your 1ned with a hat decorated with my feathers and think you are duaL of sight i Mofal The ostrich Is all ajvkwarfl blvd and eats horseshoos but he can hit backi ju other ways than with his big feoL dhlcago News Oddity bf Dreams NobodMor fit4ls jinht la a 4ronm said n pujrtjhulhgtejl 4HujJt t6f rerC joy grficf thpsiF oiyutrajtB si b us aHipoJgii jilty b ilream is9u rsiIty Out puyslcul palnno I 1m vo Interrogated 2100 peiSpns mid none oflii0m eve r suffered dream ijulns Ytt they hntV dreamed of dreadful motor 9fcl4ilts tortures deft tin Onp ung dr1 ln deeds dreametl tLnneitid rigaip of ho rig eaten alive by cai nibainyetevehD Iu that 4 j McINTIQElatI Mens Apparel Mens Clothingk I Boy Clothing Htsb MensSihf 1t Boys Shoes Men s Shirts 5Qc totSBoys Shuts SOc p 150 I bummer Underwearin all gradesTiort sleeves andJknee dravveis Meiis Heavy Work Cloves Mens Kid Cloves 2OBryaii Bros Overalls Ladies ApaFe1 SuitsI ZAtB1acIat HoIjLSummer Undrweaifl Dress Qoods Drrfment is complete in everything up toHd te Notion Depart FwVuprfJ very cofrrnete nythihgf wish I can be fOUnd Iri thlsdej Ttment riiiAA ALWAYSON1AND I Carpets Mattillgs Rugnd WaI1 Papr JAPEST THteBESTvi I tS t itEiNbY vstitu3 t iii a REAL THREAD OF LIFE A Tinyi Wrsp of Tissue Imbedded IIit 7 tie Hearts WaIU AccoaQiu Ju tradtrion It was Atro pos tbi biiiiU liy H ltJi tints ixbhorred sheiirs vlio slit LMrLhIUSImfl life and many of Miitoiis xeadors may have tvondired whiiliur there was any thread In the auittuiuy bt man tha severance of which Vvould be ImmedJ ately fatal IiiJurK1 to the brain an1 heart In both of which the principle of life has beou Huyj sed to Beside may be survived for shorter pr Jotger periods but aji Jin nrtlcle by Drc H Lea ruuilnds mf i b54tl6giJts hsfve ol lute year dlscflVenU a nerve or bun die of nerves whlib inbjbt1 wefljbe de scribed astbethrcaiJ of llfe One of the develupfiig Scjppejf Qf our time la cardiography the science of the heart beat The heart as ppsj people are aware Is divided xjutol iiurldes and ventricles Tine vqutrfcles are tie pumping cflamucr tiie tri1e s the collecting chambers of the blqod and like the stroke qf a racing eig ht sat the rhythm of the heart beat A little instrument culhd the sphygmo graph placed outlie wrist pulse and magnifies Its mavemtyitg and traces them with recording ien iu a zigzag curve telling theobserver Rbat the yen tricks are dolua Another instruttjentr the polygraph placed on the Jugular records the more delicate vlbrntlons of the auricle With the aid of these two lustruirtfenfs line pbynlclun tan find what nil the four clmuiborsof the heart are doing Now the auricular con tractluii avis is it sflmulant or start lug shod to tiI4 vcntrlcuiur conhac tlou Mo siimtili are conveyed along nerves Therefore a little nerve in the heart to Vt as a telegraph wlre befwron auricle and ventricle was to bo expected Subin a thlftg ha been found by physiologists tint ruttier thanrJJa nerve It la a sperlallzed siiUsftlvp Ilittleanti only on tmirftli uf jm Inch thick On this ual itcVcitiiunu calJnf wispS Called the aurlculo vontrletjlat bundle bnngHoxlst nuc Itself Evolution has arranged that irshttll bt s small and b sheltered In poslt Ion Io khe heart that It Is rarely damaged even by large In juries to that orgftn But itIt Is sev ered tnen thftvdurrlrlo mu t stop and life most instanUncousIy Cease Lon don Post r MILITARY SYSTEM The Way Germany Handles Her Rrt- arvea Cafto of War Nobody who bus visited Germany can full to hive been struck by the large olllcial signhottrds tit the entry to each town or village These con tain full iiiforiiHiMott as to exactly which official Iu the community to ap ply tp sliould the ikitxle word mobK file be spoken Wherever the Gerjnat reservist inay chance to be when he order to raobl Jlsftf Is glvcbrasiAHnlugi of courSe that he Is iiQt out of the country he hrs only gofto nsk the jarsst lnhabitant or wall to tfic end of the voltage nnd look at the directions on the signboard Ail out his owa imii vuutt iiivt seenthatheSoiiutzeu street Herr Schmidt will tell him exactly In wlt jmvn he has to goin Arilcr rujoIn his own unit and wbatMs sturmore Impprtant wlll give him the money J ud the railway pass to take bbii tbpret irrve i nt hlsvdestinatR be will find his Junlform itrrus jiiU nccouter- menfs pllpd tfetvtlyi in a ikwp with a ianol bearing his ntMue tad rogiinental- nuinbor on the top of the hetfp hits oiily lo put It onand take his fftaee Hinong the et uirade with whom he did his uiliUnryj service Boin J years rfgo This desHnatloBjjwas arrmgpd upon many years lmek jinjdtljfe exact tlm schedule for mawbinir and railway 1 Jourjioytj was cofiJiiflrd long shice j Teursons eekly v 4lieJiii Objct ftnpn1Wbymydeaxjbabud you wish to enfcrUiln your friends She This ope B not toe tcirtintu thy friends papa but to snrip my enemies LI fa rU Struggfs 4h Vnjn The cynical baceior rlAea to remark that when a girl mnkek np her mind ttouinrry a uggHng young man all his Strugglest jirct useless PhiladeHinjaT Record Ladies Ladies Skirts c Misses Skirts jr J Ladies Shirt i waists 5r StT4 1ettic ats Satin ancLSiIk pS t Topsy 1inds Long apd Short Kid Longnd Short SiIk Glo Our you J lT05 t EVES TESTEO Bdin Russet JEWELErJDQPTJ1AN GiSfflS JO3N EIELEN IVlNi VIMATTr II The Goppagrj Mmiir INCORPORATED I frf tlomePboncflG5 SpcclalAttentio to Mall rcrCusisIers HIS We mak tcj5peciAlty of the lioiug bruds t VV jWattin Iy Moore v spring at 4OO1rvv Belle of Marion Spring I90z 4 ml Everglade1Wathens Sprint i1at We aIs handfe MattugIy Moore RoIf Fwt r d iIlow Spriii bottled ibouiPwt i i iApple Brahdy and Blackberry HI 4iW 4s 4 Time FlIes H 4xIts abijf j4p thoubfirst Stow tbe clo4k ti flOt 1IjIge th- cbasmx stid hnit The tistrcloek criiqe jhV pnapf today a chrohome t3S teiv V Accurate Clojcks and 4 Elegant Jewelry + IIwhatynu find thayear 4 tound at inr Jewelry toie My new stoeiemflccts my benXr I ing JeuehStOLk e JaSNJIOravesjI 4 5ViPcm- It dwrk Sv fttJs fuiiou3 xtiie f6r 1ii tuand 4kt1SI pir4toiterMftgtou4tauxfrksi Here shelnaaif Uotmtirjned uf wol but sing hxtt taprlit sorneof the Iiijnglrhi oil lr- tt t bahrtJ4 chisel vjjidy v Colelbooke Is Jer tted- Ut ta rsrlkstuton Ltnir ttii- a atl tie tui beauUfitluI to Add 30 ali theito inrldxteatftlththeota liLvP4 4prhihi1sc a 1 teStkt b 4TArt a iislacO- tIiliplt4 J1- do U V0nkl bu thktgrtk tr OWl AlhLtPafiil41 i shpd ir wItht aruf iO4y tIi1rB7t- nt4er EIIbtfICeittrs ed bsideth Mfls 4 female prerneIt1POIUDHEYILIVRANDi 1 the scId tILiv a ugf unteT 1 PR qgSIDE7rDEN11ST G i B1iRTOll I 1y TEETH ETRACT- EDNITh9TPA1N 1 f J i 1kpI BPRXGFLELD KY ot iiL it Derta1 okStrit1y r t Pirc1u j i 6R JC flUDD L1 o lij kycizt tlld Sirew 0Oc hours8to gfltI t 1 itr2 Pm k bfr Btaydpns Drutore i iih f 1iJJiil ton M Q Ofti tflsise J i i J oer1kNeL J dt i rr0 1 f i WjJ GRlGSij itjt 2jtOhrr SRiNIuiLD tj i ff r pr M NW HYATT t y Dftieij over Red Cross Drus It4re r Qmce hours Hpt5t 1030 tra to 12 m 4 to 5 pmI T IoIiY1 MAYS 4 ruJEBAt UIH1CTOR I f i ln llCEMSEoEMBAtMER It TLEPIONE t1rt I T JGfffiLp K f 6 d If b u want ibe Best PLO uR jjr J askyotjrgroceoi- f Pride O1 Washington 5 pR i J 5pringncld CboJ e r Man1actred by vYsk- VV Jarboe Cbn vVj J fp e pay highest mairirefc s erice lorgrain J f IJJirS KIDNEY ANDIy BACKACHE MEDICINtj TOBW TO the fReStIve organ and eorea Iddney troubles 1a use f i Means Hiallh J Per Thliidneys ConUlnq pojaeonol and is gnaraateed p andec the Pure food and Drugs Law J lby CHAt iCO St Lewis ilt For Sale in Springfield b1ljHaydon 8e Robertson iI lL51 JW1N EARTHQUAKES cdfTwDfs i t 8eries of Shocks Are Fcl AlmdSr Similtinuety5St Anong the nuist ItittTistlnpr earJJ trrmondron n NcWtIlIUI lit tP1bo knun u iwin Pl1ltb qwike Tbf IWO 1Isrwt trks r- SSI VilBxJKs hre fojt soi initt d bjflii Inter t t1nJ of two or tlme econris In oaof fiejs iile lbrtJOl 1nrcf1m tp fwt5 5nI8xLlInnfliIt1dIe n way the yliolf r dursitrpn Including tlc qulef Interval- bjJngrflsht to twelve pecond Insbni ti Ii1tO iTjeenrtliquake zpne tlip mnj 1 VoerfI3I sljicks rtr parJy nJwuyo- it tljiTurrtl Vbca they d cur bow ever there Is always a strip of cpm jry 2oly fliP shock Is felt V rAjrentlv there are two dlstlnc V polhta ot origIn for these Rboc1V311f k the trIP Tvhpre 0 Ingle shock JI felt I C that where tIlttwo sets of vlUriJtlonl nrriy simultaneously The fact tltai v this jband fe stTAtslil shows that tin J tjvln shocks Wcur together aud that thrj foreoue Is iiot a consequence o v t eotblrcPlibnlJly there Is an t shajped bend In some Interior layer V jrocifand thektwln foci are ottthe polrjt jrsitest dl plntementnl1l1llyth Sbas of the S T1n mneut tha- icapssstxh u twin earthquake tberp fore results In aqceutua nK the forn or tIJC fold In the earthiT crustNetY- orkrIeral4 t How She Traveled IIow did th qucen or Sheba tiaej r wji9n she went to see Solomon r nslef a Sunday school teacher j o ope ventured to answer Tfcoulcl she have gone ythe rail- r vrjiyr i ysmNsaid a little girl J rndecd Wen we would Jlice tr takiow bow you found this out In the second virf e tesponded bf chiltl tt Rays she came with t great rn f S55f- n 5ST Rebuke A clidark autumnal mornlnj tinfist blElw1th fin otrcrowe A it childrentriTIf cjjijjiorons rlC awUWinud th irrital1l fftt- f jdni terii wbtptU1t1 Ilhnlt 10 ileqs ctLild tiPlI- I 59Iir6fl ri Itn1 uCLm i t kSI jtr1J ct of nc 1P4I dk7t J j 7 LLft1 COUCHv t m CURE THE LUNGS J WiTH Dr Kiags SS Haw Disc vsry FOR CStNII A1L It 1 WNa nnJo 1iriWi fdj i il Wmff Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latest I IritY r lrFFrJ di t1 aiid Acquaintances t2o photos 25c 5Hafty Bros Tobacco plants for sale F Harry Derringr rr1- Fqft SALE Qne Jersfey cow Hy lilBACIIMAN L J 3ujgiesand ins Jar sale bY4dimb lh ccpAood farm baqdr HARRy DERRINGER i ii SALE OneIgP sow w1 el venpjgs1 1 JD TAPP lPJi Ap r jJew c pg7 yonng Soulhd own bucks v 5A B WSALKER Mrs Mullican ovlr Peoples Bank is closing bwttlier entire stpclc at and below costs ii Eor a1eA rites 6year old t niarev will workvany place Harry Derringer rr J iaay floes you buggy need painting Call on AO 5m 1 ball at the old Casey shop FOR SALETwogqbd tobac1 co beds fix6l each R 2 J R Montgomery t We are here for a shorttime you must hurry ifyou wantybur uhotosmads Hafley Bros j FoRjENTToIi inTft houses llocated in beautiful part bfe town well impro7ed a nd alljconyenierices Apply t1 N S1EADER01l1Bet For Brown JDoubleshovel plows Five jflpw Cultivator Dspt Harrow ro accoJSetterj j Amencan Fencefelbo Call oDj AC IMBALL Mr John Hord hrsold50 acres jOf Jand two miles from town to Mr Geo Wbatton for 5 peraCt I Mr L Q McCarty had 3veryI valuable horse tto tlTe londay Eeb dteqntlyretuse5i a large offer for him ttFouiDLOn the streets Springfield a pair of prayer beads Qvyaer may hare sthe by callingat this office I See the add of W H Blake Icy of Bowling Qreenr Ky who offers somQ fine farms for salg Write him for paruculars We1 baye opened a studio in theBurns bulding over Shadert tore We doall kinds photo york Ha flay Bros FOR SATSeveil lare to- tacco ti dsr Shout 200 feet extra plants all standing BufJef y E O WALKER SThe Ladies Aid Society of be Christian church will serve rft pberreiatJhe Court House Date to be anhqnuced later Thd SbSiey will also serve diner county court day in October There will be no preachingvat he Baptist churclrnext Sunday norning as the pastor Kev W 8U WilliaWs has an appointment it Freedom j However there Tin be services in the evening it the usual hour Mr Willard Thompson is oiaking improvements on his lweHing house near townj vhich yasilv improves its apr earance A handsome veranda ms been erected and a skyllgbUt s being placed on the roof J j Sunday was Qlildrenday att he Methodist chur h The ex ircise consisted of songs and recitations on appropri ite gulf jects Hhe manner in which hesa yiwngsterst rendered their parts shows the spirit with vhich they enterinto their work 5Mr Alfred Smith died at the aome df his parents mJBard town last Thursday after a illness of se eral weeks from typhoid fever Mr Smith was abrothgr jf Mr 1tlghLee Smith Editor Lf the Springfield Sun okWasbington Chapter R A M wUl meet in slated convocation Masonic Halls Springfield Ky Monday Jphe 4t afe 7BO P M Workin M it and P M Degrees Cons panions of this and neighboring bapterscordtfly invite ta be reseat Visitors always wll omp T InPIGS1 nJatnJ Saturday Jun19 by the pupils of Mis Margie Grahams Dra- matirfAit i C1assTiId the pupils of Miss rranci Martins music class The play a two act ccjme dy entitled lMr Bbb will be presented by Miss Grahins Dramatic Art Class qnd the Operetta The FiOWerNyraphjs Surprise will be rendered bv Miss laf ins music clasaln terjestipg specialUes by thepupjls Wha time ddtIclock sopY was the iinportant question last Saturday to those who lhad time tiqkets from the Red Cross Drug Store or MrJ L Barbers store The faces of the clocks were uncovered at 8 pm last Saturday JasR Noe was hptt lucky man at the Red Crpssr Drug Store anci14i Albert 3am I ton at Mr Barbers store the prize at each place was three silver dollars The safiiie prizes will be given nOxt Saturdfty at the jsame hour and those who have tickets hatlbefterbee on band II An interesting ganiepf ball swasplayed Saturday between toe home boys aud the team from Litsey The Litsevboys carried Off the victory byascore ofi9 To 7 Tbe game opened with Jock Oolvin in the boXI f0r thelhome bpys curves were soon found as the visitors spored three or nsinthe first QhrgDQringtb secoildin ning he was severely hurt in sliding to second base and had to be Relieved bv Louis Berry who twirlecj the reibaindef of the g melhe home boys s6 far have not won many laurels on the base ball diamond but they doubtless will dp better when their best players who are now inc lIege return home JI To Build Branch School The Dominicait order of nuns tfie motlier house of which is located at St Catberines has purchased a tract of 135 acres near Chestertowri1 Ind on which they will build a college fir girls The inst5tution is to tbe builti and roao r for occupancy within the next two years The principal College of the Dom n Cin order is located at this place 1 PriceRapier- Mr and ktts G JJPrice an nounce the engBsenSent of their ddtugffter Myrtle Cathryn to Jesse Dawson Rapier of 3ards town The wedding wilt take place the last of this month at St Dominics church Miss Price Jsa popular and talented young lady Mr Rapier is a prominent young busiiess man cf Bardstown They have the best wishes of a llalge circle of frinds A Success The lawn rfete at the Grundy Orphanage last Thursday after noon and evening was well at tended anda most enjovabl affair to ycung arid old Tb night was pleasant and an ideal one for sucn an fntertainnQent toung people from all soctibns of the county were attendance and spenta most enjoyable after noon The doors of thisgreat institution were thrown open and the guests requested to make themselves at home Re freshments ere served during the afternoon and evening Tne amount realized was 55 which will go to increase t le fund to buy a wagonette fort re children of the Howe Circuit court Since our histissu theiifollow ing cases have been disposed in Circuit Court The case of J E Cheathaih mnw Teeth exe tracted with iouti No charges pltlfCfiare iloni j il liVSTALljARDDDS s11 SprlnSflcTd Ky IfNVl Vs J S Sutton Jas tied Friday tt was suit invoking a contrci yersyini regard jto tobacco sold oy GUeaUVam to Sutton last fall at the IposQlea tobacco ware house in Sprinfleld Si tanh Vhp wasjpinhookingJ on the pcalfjbreaks oclujscht a crop oft tobacco from tbjeatham that he thought was rhybutWhllt proved to be bljxck Suttan trieti in dtheCQ9l1 ract Cheathanl then sold the tobacco in Louisville at a price grtatly inferior to the one at which he had sold it to Sutton and sued Suttbii for the differ ence Much te timotiy was introduced I on both sids At the close of the day the evidence Jo was all in and the case was to JJ have ben argued Saturday morning but jjurilng the night the parties sat togetir and when courtdnvened next morn tog an nounfced that the case had J been settled by the defendant allowing judgment togo againsti him Totl25 f t The caseof JT Prather c vsWjn Keeling was called for triall Monday Jt is a conytro versy over 1180 of an acre of land The land is located in a 1and1legalbeen employed by he litigants Messrs W 0 McChotd arid J t Y Lewis representing the plain tiffs and T S Maes and W F Grigsby the defendants A principal feature of the casewas the testimony of Mr FU Nettle and Profess r llwalrds two ofthe coimtys besg1 neers who had both surveyed the mud The introduction of tesTimony took up the whole 4pf Monday and Tuesday The ease was argued during the Jorenooy of Wednesday and yas given fa the jury Wednesday afternoon Up to tlio hour of going to pre s no verdict had been returnedI The ease will doubtless be tukeh tO1the Court of Appeals bywhicif ever side rpaeives an clverse verdict The suit is a very expensive one an1 many times the value of the Jtnd will be expend dny each side All parties are evidently stibng for principle instead of pecuniary- gain SmithSxiithS Qne of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Mr J Edwin Smith t of Bloomfield to Miss Elixdbeih Smith of this place which was sofemtiized at St Rose Thursday June 3d 1999 Rev Father H erly being the officiating minister The attendants were Messrs Alex Barber Eric Carrico S T- EamiIton and Ed Osbourne The bride wore a silk crepe de be ne tunic gown with a dircc wire shnp that made of Oriental ace trimmed in wliit j umes ind white hyacinths and car dod a beautiful boquet of brides roses i The bridal party entered the ihurcli to the strains of Mendelf sohns wedding march played by Mrs Jfouia Spalding acdompa niedby Mr Harry Kredker on thE violin During the ceremony Mrs Richard Kelly sang tile Ave Maria The altar was beautifuHyi and tastefully dtcb rated which with the rays of 1 beauiifui sunset slinrtng through the stained witduws added to he impressJveness of the scene After tit ct reutony the bridal party aud a nucabnr of friends were entertained at sixoclock 7 IJuneI CClearancerSa1ee e I 2 j- AI If i TRIMMED And untnmmed Hats iiFlovers RIBBONS oSTRICH PLUMBS 11Shirt Waists Petticoats SKIRTS Hose Net Waists will be sold at and below CO- STFOR1ODAYSI i IIow iyour opportunity III q MRS WILLIAMS l i I r TTTE7TT Public Sale of I TOWN PROPERTY In order to settithe estate of the late kY McElroy we will at2 oclock pm I Saturday June 19 9091 sell tothe highest bidder the laretoiMd ResidenGe Property v situated opposite the Bobutt Bishop Livery i Springfield Ky Terms easy and 11Stflble1tI on day of sale LItL1IllJs I dinner lit thehome of the bride The Wide is a daughter of Mr and Mrs 31 Smith and a popular voung In4Jell known to the peopleof the county The room is a sonof Mr and Mrsy R Smith who unti15 recently lived mSDringfield where Mr Smith grevy to lmanhood and ujade a host oOri rids t r They will make their howeat a Bit 6mfield V v 4 4r IE PE SdN1AL yJJ lrsI Grinstead let lor Penver CQlortdpto visitjj lelativiB 1 t iMiss Nannie Rapjei1of BarJ I itpwn vfitecl MIsseliie Green Monday v tlb Miss Willie Kn61t and her nother tire in Louisville this week L Miss EuniCe QUAin left tthis- norning u for a visit to Miss Lilly Anderson iat Danvjlle II Mrs LW Reldel andchilV- dreri are visiting in Louisville f this wreKi 1 Miss Ollie Morton of Ijouis ville rtie guest fMiss Mayme D weeknehlfrthis r J Miss ElsJeGaOf LouisVHle 1 spent Thursday and Friday with friidhere Srtt ths Ka iei WiJHams and daughter Mabel spent the week end wit 1t1e mother Irs Conner ut FIerjcktowa5S Mr Leo Haydon attended Ute funeral of MrrXlfrqd Smiths tit 1IMr and jlrs Wil Green are attending the bllNI ame at Bloomlfieid today Miss Gertrude Sh ider Is visit ing friends in Danyilie this week WM Derringer las ret rnedl home from Kioiberi in Heights Tenn where ho as been for the past to years Mr and Mrs P r Thomas are visiting in Sp ihcer county this week Rev has been Cond meeting at BamiHonlb office a pleasant newspaper Rev man having edited a paper in Tennessee forq nuniber gf years Mr Jajmes FFairle1ghof ouisy ilIelwas iirj town from Friday until Sunday A R ShultZjJri was visiting his brother Harry t at St Marys Tuesday r W Go Roberts vas in Lo isL viile this week on Dusiness Mr Chris SOIti in and Dr W V Stallard w reat airfieUV Sunday Rev Ezra W Sutherland who recently lived at Hillsboro but now lives at Buflkilo Ky paid the N w Leader n call yesterday t 9 fF Mr Ollie B in Maud Sunday betvas Miss Burbette Ray of Texas spent a few days 1here Uiis week t Messrsr Geo Gqlvin and G 0- WhartonWere In Lebanon Monday Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell were inLebanon Monday Miss Mabel Williams and Mr Clyde Brown were atJBloomfield Tuesday Sopba Her ein retqrneii ii1HSS two da weksvisit to Wood Mr and Mrs Joe Pettus and children returned frotn Lancas ter Monday WB Spears who has very ilVi for sOverttveeks IIMr agaid V 1 Ben Medley of Owe hJI ere for p few da7s I Miss RQ man jThnrraon whc has bepn attending schocil at Science Hill in Shelby yille Ky isat home Miss Ewiiy Tatbott who iis attending school 4t St Catheri nesspentafew days with MISS Bertha Haydon Mrs T K Leab Y has Retarded ito herhoTme ai LouTsvllte aftej vis it toher daughter Mrs Deachman NMr W fl Gbbs afBhelby VilleV is in town i11a few day jnobertMajsrefl this mon jOg for Ijexington where be wit take d special summeicoirse Mrs Margaret Hamilton off Oopington will arrive Friday to visit her niece Mrs M Q Majes Mr and ErsvW0 McChora and daugfiter Miss rinjej Mrs IL McElroy and Mr and Mrs Ji S McErrt y attended thej OomnfG oem nt exucb3esj at iiville this week M isk Afary Edelen retuinMd frm LOuisville Monday night companiect by bersisterj Mfs Toni Filiatreauvr Mrs Ohas Noe and davighterr Luclle are visiting Mrs Will Daisey of Louisville Mis3 Annie Jtfraes of liar rodsburgJis visiting Miss Ellen Gregory this wee l t MrsWill Lillanij ofaa rods burg isvisbjng MrsG6odlei MIPS Bertha Hayd n iis in Louisville this week 11Hsses Nannie and Virginia are visiting in rioiii ville this week r kt orrie and RoeMcCJure are the guests of their uncle at High Grove this week 1Dr W W Ray returned from Havana Tuesday where he has Len for the past week with his daughier Miss Sue who has to11portl with himWas far a3 Louisville where she will remain fora few weeks In a hospiUlr She stood the trip well and is rapidly im proving Mr A R Shultz is hi Louis yule this week Mr S Mi Campbell and son Oscar are m Indianapolisr Ind Mr Campbell IS attending the- Oonvnbionof Auctioneers Mr E L Davisou is in Louis yule this week Mr HM Grundy is attend lug the Shriners meeting in Louisville IesstS Chas and Will Greene L 0 McCarty and Hood Cun i1tiJ ham attended the ball game yesterday at Bloomtield between between the Bloomtield and Lagrange teams Miss Mary Sallie Garrico is visiting friends in Meade county t4isi week Messrs Lonnie ahd Earl Campbell arid Earnest Tong were in Lebanon Sunday Squire Jas L Mudd of Lou isville is liore this week John F Knott is visiting rela tives in Louisville Jess Rapier and sister Mis- sNatmieqL Bardstown spent Sunday and Mondaywith friends here Misses Mc0ill ariU Hilda Goodin Ijebanon were in town one day fast week Mrs Harry Brown and Miss Jennie Reddingwero guests of friends tire Thursday- vMissas Mvctfe Bessie and Pearl Campbell are visiting friends in Louisville Mrs JtJMcCabe is in Louisville tfififwi ek 7 f lIContinued to page two t 1POicbSba es and AiBiis 4 111 realize Ydti cant the- comforfand pleasure aP reh IIof the you I Vudr Vh rn tsc 1-IIIIPorth1I PORCif SfADESI t I willfor atONg upIrO you ne then Th IIIVudorssShadawiI1Iasttor teo yeahi 1 IIPropeiIycare I for V = II irt IAWNINGS We can Ibfuhjyo ITS c I with all Colors J I i f i Sf t t ii T77Sfll Paper Cdrpts etc I i ill l rIWe are headquaiteri for Will Pp st f LI Mailings Linoleum Window Shdiy LjI Curtains r 5 fJt l rstriuyingariyathingiriths youlargest l money J t 1 lIi I iT II4tb t 1xrnc + jpijy G 11OilfeCt1OllS i3 rd 1 j Iha i the 1i1y tQ J lIIt lIn our placet J cWws pnclor iI selve6ont1 erreliiMM L quality four1 r y ri 1PFrpitsv Caildios audCakes ii iFre Broad Bakedd Daily + i 4If t f5 k I 4Atoursodafountamwrprsi 1 pared at all tim rt srst i y j w drinks Coca Co1pt Cocs 1 1 1I late etc i f II We serve Meals in jthe y JL good old tomeSSstyle r tr ffFj J 4 Hertlcirisr l cn CIMltQ 4 i7 i I KAnE 1tER LEI lit JNfs t r W r J1 iii tl Now Isle Time tJ 2 ri c 1 rTO BUY I I5- TI I CREENSJI1 j l widths and at all prices i I 1 r it aA fuFlIihe ofS t f I Lawn lose Ice Cream Freezus I ALLGUARPTgEiD I a- 4I I Builders Hardwae 0rI I Sr siEc3TAiATY5 I i I 0 T 14 I Roofing and reairihg f Plumbing and Steam Fittina M any I tIme Make OUT store vour P ad quarters lteonJLJLJ 1t1p2f1Ij lfOftn T s rwT w J w p7Ir I AN ARCTIC TRAGEDY tts1 siN WiIII UMc iIrs 4r sd lgretbe x pIrjpI f s at11 ued t k I LisiWtL jatst TTYe1 d Klrjl tI dt of MytI kiI- MBase ua RrIM iK zpdI D rloDiiivi yy I MMtty ofp is tfcrir to pCtCS ii the 1tbhfgbt tbfr yi ffiui LlWlk IiL Mily t iw jMe Jd Tow I tH 3L t gf fflZ ot 21 J JIIf 0 iIh V ii ttiiy n1lC tiy luiwi hiiie bad 4 iyo wtrfi ooi cr dllC tlif era 1 9 sad Nit tover jt tMjF ei pt M t pf their worn bs D4 heed a MW day jr ww W eote IjM till they place wiMfr iicr wu aora 5 toW 1M1ic their bpdiis fta ap aiIeteIL jrTW JBMI from tfa 4poI cm LamP bin LB Mjltw riej f and Ha IBWI ifM Pelf Broahuid reached the p JMtec fife dH4I comrade be idjad aid eriMBlsc sUpy iOtlks wound 4 ftt akw in the 4h snooHligbt Nna tile MiriTed ft theo depot ie S r4 IS an4 ka Qwn bMt i wo ttot tWI MrdJparty MM Mt ftttl to fiM tfcB ad then j WMpftaff t up Si fcte lure lay 4wI add I rEOTHN ThE COOT 4tl p iulrIOlaiTi U e Maiaj Says Toricj Me waft the t ewMty itt Jo whlck The Judges aud hwjffw from New Hampshire anil IfiNMftCBHMett jjafte went and tb- eeoiIrtou were attended with e eslrtal pGnd ceremony In OW Cekptal House In Maiiip urn ai wMtacteii NiH e tpiotea from S NMMri Joe Jlt Jw4 Adaui who as a 7 Wrieter wat to York lq 1774 r a wbg iMMie a that time tb foHow lac e try bi htajowrnal t Hfbeii J pot to the tMvern jon the eaetrni 4e of tit ISta qua river c I fewiA the jf1IIf or York and six of Me dI9tat all wita gold laced bats nslin awefd aadvery gay dotbef sJHi all 1ely jwiBjg SMB Who had MMe pet to that place to escort the eearttetrtewaTWea hist of tbe pomp and lp jltidof Jfected by the court officials Ie tdgeswareMfceaia aMinamefese wigs and tbe bnr bow all aiso bands and tie wJs As tW Ja a eacbed the hlre I ivwWthesterJJr s et tbeat with ones eert a JMottrtoli ettr1lmpets Their f arrival Was aBUMVscesV by cannon and II I lift 4toHy s ienaoag to the court before L MsS were iatrodscefi was by beating tnI J t A PatrJtitKattoMl ad local fltfaracterlsrlcH r fD e t oddly ejftegh at school ex MlMtioM A s oiM9ector hearing a t sstLeOIrMlsboysrepatMa aviays BoraHwi11 laqalred whether Mine soMIers w4 be likely nowa Lays ta bold a bridge against a whole i ray Xr Wo1M tl Englishmen for exam e j4D Md t 1INer said the clasS lww three Scotsmen Tbey afaln dfesepted- MW0akr three litebmear Jpt o Pfeasef aIr tf Aooted an excitable dopl Jij l4W ursd Ofce ifrifc Mary EDt Is said to have been Ute p3 eer 1rOJo Esgland to bold I the oflcM u to which wo VeifelblUtr Is BOW In dispute but tke wai1lleeted because she disguised kterself a a aao For thirtysix years this reparkabie woman while urns ttradlBg an a man and acting us land kri ofthe White House inn at Pop tar served aaeWuously on juries and In parirt olkes In 4744she was s ad llLrof h III 1752 overseer of Ute p431 WheQ her sex wits finally s 2tacsvir4 etae retired to private life with tte coat ce sbe had acquired 1 U aa iijBkeeper i t k O A84HHJttUH I The toctbt tooked at the patient 1aYeriorflk lye saidtbat you iJdat kt me seed for Dr Gookins soue itlme ago Its scarcely worth while to bring hlra here now j r Oh welf1 doctor said the patient m wearily perliajw you can make usd of thim san uccescory after the fact Cleveland Leader OmissionI pnnlsh d yesJfTAre you sureJ l Knowing Chlfd Yes J IPnRl1dbwl ine because I badntdono p nx oastIIastratflIta r T nr found Steak if1ttbI10urfrYIag pan a little fat jn bave H sBwkiag hot Dip your roaM se V ta coU water roll ln fcwra d try aid tOii will hare a 5t leaiirsteiilc WIMIK Wri K In an MlN T 1 Hpfcty trouble prfjsTipon themind iMyyagoi d Itm tylvorndMss soon disappear wben the kidneys are otoEotderordiieased Kidaeytnmblehas prevalentthatitis mon foe a child to be burn aMcted with weak kidneys Ifthe the KriBescklds th tifckildreaches an at iIN erto control the 1Jt is jet afflicted ilh bedwet f pMkivpoa i t the ca e of the diffi jr K kidney trouble Ikad the first ofsIIII dbeto 7dise Tizisuapleasnt sd coooUtioa bf H i4m j aod bUddtf atfd set to a eaaot op1C sopoe weitanmld miner wHk kidney t toiler trcLteUiIbiQth1 leed the sne great rewedy i ua du4 tbi immediate effect of ltialOIdJ 6 t11arYJ= ttbl1DOIIiiwho f0n4sbejMl1itsnedy aesdedt la writing Dt KUas rCo Binhamton NY be sure ana mention this papel XtonJt make any mistake but r4KllmerJsingbam rN on egJx1lc TRAPPING GOfflLU I lnJJ Sttry off a Vicious Struggle tht Africait Juogtei iJ A MET THATFAILEUTOKbLDq Th Ulh1StOwe Death Befere He Was Hinisslf Klllwl by the Attacking Party Oaptakf Fritz Duquesne the Boer fvory hunter was cqinmLisloned byn German naturalist society to capture oni f wuh Kpecies of African quadru mat t o was entirely successful In tht cr except that be coild obtain flu ttriOiiu Finally a pygmy polfated bu njlartlon of the dank Jungle In wlichjv gorilla had been seen Thecaptnln hnnjeduitbly arranged his camp and laid bis plans and made preparations to trap the monster and get him alive If possible though hd1 fully realized tbe danger of the under tal IForwe Vamped In this botbed of disease Beaters went out in nIT directions searching for the gorilla At last some deep who scratches were found on o duster of vines On close exatainatlon the unmistakable hair of tbe gorilla was found on a broken twig After some hours we found the tree wberethe gorilla lived We could tell It by the greasy appearance of tim bark made by the repeated rubbing ipf the gorillas body We could tell by the fresh marks with sap atlll wet that the animal had recently ascended tbe tree The scratches were short and deep showing that it had lifted Itself upland had not slid down which would have made a long shalfow scratch t We spread a strong net around the tree In a circle slophlg upward on the outer side Around the top of the net there were drawn ropes from four dli lections held by half a dozen natives hidden In the bush These were to bring the top of the net together and thus Jog our game After waiting some hours the leaves above rustled and then open das a six foot male gorilla descended un suspectingly and entered the trap 1 signaled the fjour ropes were pulled Vat once and we had our animalff 1 moment He roared hi fury twist lug jumping and bltlng the rope Into pieces The natives were pulled about like dolls as he tried to reach first one 4ud then another The professor Jump ed about in exfcitemeuU trying Wfo cus a camera on the Infuriated animal At fast the mighty arms of the go rUIn broke a hole through the net and he tore the rest from him as though It were a iojtten rag Most of the na tires fled lu dismay The professor dropped lila curnera and tried to escape In Iti wouwuttlat jjorllia grasp ed him in Its terrible hands seized my rlfleaucl tired in the air to frighten the annual In my po sitlon I could not shoot at hip without hitting my friend jFo7 a moment the gorilla stood still hiikHn the now unconscious man as ahough hiv were n baby the brutes lips drawn back from Ids glistening teeth 1 thrust another cartridge In my rifle As 1 did so 1htr4 wits a buzz in the air and anjrrov shut by a iui tlve pierced the gorIihi4 side A row dropIPould shoot fl native sprang from the leaves and half throwing half thrusting drove anassngnl Into the gorillas heart Vitlf a groan the brute fell dead ExumluUig the professor I found that his rIght arm was broken and that some of his ribs were crushed Into his lungs We gave up the effort 11 get a live gorilla and placing the in jured man h a hammock carried him back toward the east coast itlHe died on the toad Out on the veldt beside a native village a lonely little slab marked Carl Bloch ticks up above the grass It IIs the professors grave Hunting is not nit excit ing adventure and laughing victory It has Its tears like other things Hamptons Magazine Chances Iji Gambling Henri Poincare the leading matne inatlcian of Franc declares1 that there Is no infallible martingale or method of doubling ones states after every loss All one can do says M Poincare Is to combine ones play so as to have a great chance of win nlngn little and a little chance of los log much or a few chances of gajnlni much and many chances of losing lit tle One can arrange his plaso as to have one chance of winning a million francs and a million chances of losing a franc or a million chances of winning a franc and one chance of losing a million francsand thats alt incompatible Towne Well well the Idea of his marrying Miss Goldeyf Why hes dyspeptic BrowneWhat has that to dOwith it Shes got plenty of money nnd so Towne Thatsjust It SheUI never agreo with him shes too rich Catholic Standard tind Times i It Had a Charm III do miss Mrs Jones She told me til the news of the parish tlOhtbn was only gossip no truth in It WelI there I liked to ear It Truth or VeatwJsall news to i ittPunch The hours we pass with happy PJOB peets In view are more plen mg thnn those crowned with fniltibn Gpld 3mltb What Ma Sad A gentleman and his sou were walk lag down a street tile other day As they passed by the eye hospital the son said What Is that place dai2 t Tbat my son he replied Is the opnthalmlQ hospital i Whats that forj the little fellow Inquired Why tile father saldithat Is for people who suffer with thejr eyes Why dont you go therer lhc asked hlsdad i dont have any trouble with my uyes Why should go there1 The sop then answered i heard ma tell the noxtidoor neigh hot that youf weri heariy bllnd nlgbt last Jl NoWi1i a in iiAVjht let jfitn go out with Ws Other any tnnrelondQu Tit tl 0 3 DecisivottIes fome married ineufwill Contend that Tfie Fifteen Decisive Battles of tile Worltl never be complete uoJll Ifety iloni tie straps are added to tl- ivue1ndon Telegraph JUSTICE Agr LAST Ill not have her In the house tell you Iwill not and with that help less UtUe baggage whining around her toor Whfere would beziiy j ulet and comfort floratloBeathr v The pale ittced woman looked uP one tern sw1ft glance They were a strange palr this brother and Sister living alone far out goin the busy gossiping village There had been a yoURger brother long ago a fair haired blue eyed boy the pride and pet of the family and to blmthe par tram fatheij was going toleuvc bjls farm and motysy The elder btotber Ho ratio was strong musifed and miserly He already o1Vnctl a good bltOf land regularlyeveryHannah the one daughter was pro vided for by being Ulebclressofa maiden nuutrnnd soold Farmer Heath whose practical hardworking wife had died when the Jittl Edward Everett nns born wade an Idol of that fair Iuiw4d babf loved arid petted him beyond nil reason and Jlnd him ednqited lu the bwtt schools J Presently tito boy nnnouncedtlmatfbe- was going jo be married j Within n year the father died denly and n ltber wlnnorQion cOlll be found la the house Horatio and Hannab chose the ap praisersand all the real und personal estate wasdlvlded into three parts and appraised According to InV t Everett was ttake hrt portIon and leave And tbus it carafe about that EV retxnhd his young wife were launched upon the world with ynly a few hundred dollars between them and absolute want Ten years went by Andn rmuor reached lime old Heath farm tthat J3v erett was dead und his wifE and child wore coming back to the village for assistance q I suppose they might conic here said Hannah doubtfully and that pro yoked the grumble with which this story opens tho1ongmeawere Tiii 9rderso that he could turn the cattle JIi without fear of their finding their way on to the railroad Tbat pesky wall and bank he grumbledjis allers acng In nnal have It tO mend for they never think 0 touching It I wouldnt mind if It cqme down on to the trick sonic day and stopped the trains for awhile long enough jto Iptora know their duty chermsbatiksprlngrnlnscdnheavy bowider Jstriking him unexpect edly tbrew him on his face llelp help he screamed writhing about and trying to rise in vain EIolp help he called tgnip and a bright lit tie lace peered clthe Cank Ureyou hurt asked a clillaAlr voice uYes PmaAvfulIywmirtbo groaned Go for help do niidTJett nH out of this t Oh dear me there comes tlie train piped the little voice iI can see It slowing up at Meadow station Wheres a t1ck1I must have a stick Let me have your cane And snatching pff tier little rid pet tlc at she tied It to ibe stout walk lag stlqk the farmer had dropped and went flying up the track in the very face and yes of the advancing engine fortunately thc y saw her intime to stop tIme train and its rong armed tIre man picked up the little creature as she stood trembling with excitement and exertion nail just ready to fall Sbetoid thorn of the Saving bank Just around tile curve and the map rtIth fils head oDtJbe rail T liey siton rescued the farjnur from bra perilous position and found that btb legs w 5re broken and his collar bono dislocated VJien theywere talfr Idg him lupine lie iouidhava t little heroine who had saved his life bet too but she had slipped away nndj nowhere to be found Of course in a place like that the lit tle at atiger could1 not long remain bid den and It was known allover the village long before It reached Heath farm that Horatio Jreath had been saved from a horrjble death by his brother Everetts little daughter for Horatio Heath was raving in the d0r llrluin ra fever Suddenly waking out of a tong Ie thnrglc sleep the sick man staring in the doctors face asked Where Is that child She is down In the yillag said the floctor soothfngly not quite sure If his patIent was sane even then 1 have sequ her 1rJgbt eyes looking at me day ajifl night said the man IiI wut to are UPrJ1Ill give tfrnrJI fuls of gold4vholenrtnf r urll bring her here It you w uldljkfr to see her said the doctor Oh would bpjso glfiI7 so glail muttered the sick mil u So the nextidaythe little girl stood hushed and frightened lu the sick room i Tell time gentleman whxt ypurriamo is said the doctor Lucy heath slrp was the reply Lucy rl oath tfimhers name Who ire you questioned the sick man wildly Its your brothers djughtcrttthe doctof said ifnswprlng for the child Hut yiur father is dead persisted the sick mannnd you are very poor My pnpn WalteR toncher und heM Dot lead n iItv WitS thi resolute reply But Hnnitlo Heath had met with hmnbge4if heart while lie struggled there between life and death Vlth the horrible sound of lime coijilng trAIn ringing In his enrnindliewouid not be satlsiied until ho bad brought his brother back tp the ofd place oar shared ills vealth wltii him Tongue Charms The tongues of animals have been and are sjlll in some parts of the woria favotlte amulets A toiiguQ cut fronf a living fox Iss4id to ward off disease of eli kinds uhs person carrying ohe will surelj dlb If he half pens tomeet a fox at any crossroads the charm is scdom used The tongue of the Tuituro ptucked gut with Iron anti hung about a tunas neck in a new cloth will bring him what lie desires and sonic East Indians believe that If they do riot bite otf the tip of the tongue of any wild animal they kill they will not have good luck in hunt incLondpn TttBIts J OvertIme Teacups JuUttiThe man I married was jn love with hngeltCi tarieIVs lucky for tybu spy child that he wasnt in lore with his mpncy Puck t I JIi yPt1ns so deorr ihate to tell you but theyre the same old puns my stepmother used tc- uakeC1eyelaud Lender a g FOR HA SPECIAL TRAIN QUICkACtIOflIS Necessary When One Is Orderedn WOKFTHE DISPATCHERJ It This Official Has a Complicated Task In Putting the Special Through Wit 9Ut Interfering With the Run ning Time of OthrFast Trains Suppose you wished to take a special trw to any pjacoon tncfciap Und the hour oi your sudden resolution was 2 n m The chances are nJf iust know- Ing how to make this masterly move at such an unearthly hour to say noth lag pt knojvlng Mow to go about it during the hpurs tff business It Is asler than the unltiated possibly may believe Of course Jbe principal thing Is money the tiling that makes both the mare and the sufetJal train go Time train dispatcher is tlc official who can start the train while his supe rlors aW asleep and whtgi a wild eyed man who has n race against death to make halfwtty across the continent flashes into the station looking for a train that will make the distance on Its own schedule What tile chief dfs patther wautsto be sure about is th tidentity oTlth Applicant for the un usual privilege and in this cohne tlou whether he is nhle to pay for a spe clal 1Flve thousand dollars In bills will make the dispatcher feel very much like ordering out the train A deposit of that amount in his hands will un- dpubtedlybrlng the trainout in a few minutes after the order is given Some times n call on the telephone to the residence of a well known citizen who says tie will be responsible for the cost requireIof the applicant If he is awe1l1 known citizen lIs n sufficient guarantee It can be made large enough to cover the bill for the special In thecae of a wealthy man who will let nothing stand In the way of accomplishing his purpose the cost of the train is riot n previous considera lion He simply wants to get to a eer Jitain point ata certain tluio Getting tliere on time Is th0 uppermost thought ID his mind lIe paces restlessly up and down the platform until the train backs Into the statjon or on to tIre sidling where h Is 1I0t1f1 d Jt may be wait forhlm Unless he stipulates that In private car be used In the train he Will get a PunmnI nil by himself or those vhoaccpmpany his The use of n private car costs more but Is pre l ferred by the wealthy patron When everything ready for embarking tim- ework of the dispatcher has just begun This offlelal must put the special l thrdugb without Interrupting seriously time running time of other fast tralus It takes some ticklish work for the other trains must be emit put xni side tracks Just before the special Is to tbeDUlereast on the iljT f way and the regu lar fast train follows lr Freight trains using thin saInt tnwk am apt tollc on the sidings bug r than the passengera because they cauiiot make distances between sidings qulcjc enough to cut out In time tp give the special a clear track min who has paid his good IThe for time right to the track does not expect to be stopped en route and it becomes the business of the railway Iur ptilways oTcr whIch be fs racing- aa1psttimne to afford him all time facil ities ITsuallj in case of such an ex traprdlunry emergency the railway takes great pride in making a recdrd run and lauding its patron at lila des tination in time to accomplish ills purpose The best engineers Qbtiijnablfc and Ii trustworthy conductor are pine ed in charge of the equipment of engine and one ear for time running If at a riteof sliced not undertaken In the tasngcr sen lee Vsually time extraordinary passenger rls erequlrt d to give time railway com rL1sponslbUity from accident due to what might be regarded under ordinary cIrcumstances as a reckless spend but the man who is racing to see a Ipved wife or daugh ter or son tpj always willing to take greater risk khan at any other time In his exlstcno4 But not only iI8 hlsown life but tije lives pf the train crc In Jeopardy during n wild race over the rails However on such an occasion till whole crew Is Imbued with the excItQUicnt and hewjlc nature of the fast mission and contribute In every way to the fulfilluientof the errand Thmousandsof dollars have becn paid by private citizens for just such races with Math and sometimes where great financial crlsfe Is at stale Time rail way companIes despite tins large houP nirluiu receive for undertaking such Journeys are Icath tp acccpta passon Itmr on tho loildltjonsj Tlie crisis tDUn L f1 vex rmmutikithit Nerwous Pros ation- irIi suffered Jd with Nervous Prostration that I thought tliere was no use trying toget wen A Jiei1recommended Dr Miles Nervine and altHough skeptical- at first I soon found myself re coveringand amiodaYvel1o lIRS DI JONES 5800 Broadway Cleveland O Much sickness is of nqrvous origin its the nerves that i make the heart force the blood through the veins the luiigs take in oxygen the stomach di1 gcst food the liver secrete bile and the kidneys filter the bjldodl Iff any of these organs are weak it is the fault of thenerves through which they get their strengtli Drt Miles Nervine is aspecific for the nerves It Soothes fthe irritation and Assists inthegenerationQfnerve force Therefore you can hardly misV it if you take Dr Miles Nervnie when sick Get a bottle rom your druggist Tale it all ac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money l I J Vbnl JHfL P t1il1 J7YRAlJE ilfHUlfRiJAL SCHOOL OF lifE OUIff tilL Or THE CoMMERcz BRAlJORES INCLUDiNG 7 LE I 1Thln LESSONS INBOOXKEEPIRG BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSlTIONScBII UJl f WRIT JOWADDRESS JiOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVRSIT Bowzua Mix = TT Get Well dontyouOfconrseyoti j miseryand be happy again If your illness is Caused by emalq 4oible you can qui ldy get the right remedy to get well Its 1 dardui This greatmedicine for women hasre 1 lievedor cuifed thousapds of lathes suffering like 1 you from some female trouble f TAKEARflJ39 For WomensDIOBjs Fannie Ellis of Poster Ark suffered agony for seven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes 1 was sick for seven years with fQIilalei trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my bead and pack I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured CarJui is a Goftsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUGr STORES taa 110 1101Utt tbrtr accelt lUc of SUCH grit roapon slbnl v both tu tthc single jpaBscngcr1 ns voll iif thousands of others who aiav lie using the tracks atk the same time Is jovijrhed by njjmit deall of SClltimellttt Louis Republic A Mystery Ponstaliie oweimin rill weve rifd those here cllostim i futprlntp 0 4ho hOB an the fiitjir ills t th- etmto this stump Fro a here on tnr only the fiUprints o tIme bess- wtimeN ltton is Wats become o tin immnmmIlfe T Ttoati f btir we niitv e yilbt othcw to act tow rd us Syrjia Green Corn Fcjr Pigs As the late sujumor and fIll come on barq made II ajpractlc to have u tilId of liverjjreen sweet tb feed while injthui roaslln earj vrltesau lllluois liojjTgrower In Orfuije Judd Farmer Some people seeni afraid to teed corn while ly this saige but1l yani to say that there are up cholera iervins lu green corn What1 bps given the jiven corn n bad name is not tin fit nit of thif corn hut ofahe mai that feds IU Many have taLeu a nIce Ijimdi vof trlipics from a dry sitr burned pasture and commenced gorg ing them Avlth green roasting ears anti have uiadiysuch a nidlea caugctbat tUcy himveupset the digestive organs ajjd the result Is the plgg get sick justlliothat comes along Sslectlng the Dairy Sire Let me advise Hiat In selecflng a sire for your dairy herd ypn procure time best one possible strong In ances try producing ancestry strong Ip in divljuallry such Individuality ail you want to see transmitted to his oil spring i trtried sire lf possible thke an old tried hue If he your only Qjiolce You hint tore ya4 nbie than a young exporituent And when you get u sirettmqimiis proved his worth do not be too anXloiis to get rldof l fiirfeur lit may lie on your hands Uvtalnhiuilu service aa long its prKileuce vll purttfHTGuy McL tUchufl Before AVaslili gjon Dairy =tf24siQthIlIoil Winding rJchet Winding wooKKO tliMt throne may b drsinn Ccom tl15 wjjlll of the ball la u big hlp to Ui Iio knit or croohft ltmtrt your by wind Ing In In in jiinl thou wrap loose y over only one ewd letting tilt uliser stick ortr like n Uttll tuft When you are ready tf tArlunkcWIlI111 gently utthtot tuft until It comes out In your hand arid start ridi thut end Guard AgzitMotis One of tthe bejit nmi most unod tonic dies is tIlt of Hiring and heatUig nr tides Infested with moths hkhn general art liable to mh articles asriiv put 1othtti1nnIJ uii1 disturbed for n e pvrlod From now uiitll lrMJx latter part of June sUt arlldfiH sh nld be placed In the suimiiti alfPt aijd bent on frequenlfy l To Remove Cream S Jots Creatn spob can easily t fcrnovvd from a tableetTit tUont necessitating Its being put away for ttrp wash by tightly touching with huchmoid nun mpnla Iron the sPQt ovur a dorM pIeceof white blotting papsi Habit That waft an rwful hr nrou made at Mrs Gotroxa little buT t luncheon yesterday said his wifei What brulir v Ui After you lid received yknr plate of isalurf OldiHiger roll fwjnfjjel maid you start to vaik aboiil thV room looking of Hie cashier Letroit Frtf PresH Potutors For Dairy Cows It lias Infj found by mipritnents that potniOirt will lilt mast the milk lao v to pun cunt when aijed totho ration At his rati hbVjitVer It win not paj to foidliii It there In n ready inurkit f fur UiVUi nt io cauta per bushoi yiiun lotmous amti a drugtfii- time inurkut and ue worti oifly rn 25 touts per bu rtiul It will wy tu teed them If time Prices or gn Ills are as iiuotud IlimplxiuB are an uxceiten food for lry fows It If oftuu nth that the aitUs ftWe a tend niy to dry up the cows bt9 I ItfetfjiVd ti- mdoubttimlat1tmliG Van Ifilfi Iowa aLiul1uru1l lkile Got Even Mcith the 3lcrk Mr JnwbarlcTW itpv1liti trot bee conning to you ana it is expcnslvp Why did jsu buy It 1 Jra Jii backr Bocausc 4 tlorfc locke If hc thought hmisfhrfl ltiuld t afford L Clevelaud lioiulpn + He tlmt rises tritt quitl ly and eon inwes IJrat N as If un had nerd tnltC11rc31dlnn a ii I FOR THIE HOUSEWIFE r An old RcmovingScorchI r blip Lot ife scorched places caused by too hot irons j Ihalf pint of Tincgar Is putorrrthe stove In a porcelain lined saucepan iTa this are atfded the julcqpf a la jge onion aiul h=o ounces of fullers earthI The mlstue Is boiled for five minutest strained cooled and bottled In removing the scOrch a little of the mix lure Is put nnI clean white linen run and rubbtJem Lint tieorcheU place uiuil it disappears SeveRil nppllca- tlons may bq necessary ChlcagOTrlb iine 1 f Care of the Teeth The teeth should be brushed aijj least ttw lpe a day just before going lied amid the first tiling af fen arising It Is possible tiie teeth should also Ilf cleaned after ertclu meal Jbarcgal an excellent thing for tile teeth It ns the breath and retrieves tar Itari Powdered pumice stone in a lIt tle aleoholr applied with a tiny pint stick sharpened of tile purpose will remove discoiorations The mouth must be rinsed thoroughly after using the pumice stone or time gritty sub stance will scratch the enamel oCithe teeth Tb Make the Arms PJump The best was to bverc6n5e scrawny arms Is to practice tensing ejxercises many times dally Stretch thef arm att right tingles to the body holding the nlldd11mll hfQrce as if lifting a heavy weightl Repent until the arnrheglns stiffI i the aims with lot olive oil for tifteen minutes night andmorn lag will also help to make them plump Improved Cosking Utensil j Egg and cake beaters ot innumer able styles Iud shapes have been In vented tto take the place of the tedious beating by band Aq equal number of devices for stirring fopd cooking on tile lire tine also been introduced The fault tthe majbrityr is tn the construction ot the beater the latter not being of the proper shape In most cases the beater fails to reach the corners of the rectptacAn llll nols Inventor recognizing the dlsad vjinftyjc has coostrueted a cooking utensil In which thestlrrcr or beater Is ofI entirely different form from that generally in use As shown in BTIltnEU llEACnttS ATII COJIKERS the Illustration time stIrrer has a per fuctly flattloWlr portion Instead of the usualLy aeceptwj one of cylUidrfcal shajH Tlity devlco 1bt fpujid 08p HJaly vxtunble vLitirthilt Iis peibis sary to cotnlnually stir liquids on the flve to prevent Jurulug On account of its peculiar shape the stfrrer reaches all the corners of time cqgklng pot TO Over ome Boils A French doctor has had grout suc cess with scattering bolls byapplying at the flrst sign of lntlamntmation com pregspsiwot AYith equal parts of tine fure of arnica tincture of Iodine and spirits of camphor Coutlnuo until the trouble seems to be pnsedl Jf with the compresHosone drinks sulphur water or red cloxer blowom tea It will help to scatter tile boils and overcome the tendency A Mean Man Tommy Pop a rDanls a bachelor until lie gets married isnt he Tom uiy a Jmoiises my son Tomnrny- AndutQo call himself afterward 46mm IQpa5ll bate to tell you my jbuPhIJtidslphhe Jtccord trttheArk 1 Tcadlfloh ishnt Noahs faith fnl dog waR the last ailimaito board the ark YesiTh hog was probably the flrst so that he could grab ant end seat Washington Star k Put This Stove hiz 4 JT IIYour KItchen ii ISis wohderfully convenient to dp Uchen work on stbVe thats read at the instant wanted arid out of thay the morient youre done Suoa stove is the New Perfetion Wick Blue Flame Coo Sfuve By lis ng it you avoid the continuaus overpowering heat of a coal fire and cook dogdays1fhei L NEW PEROTM U jJJ i 1 eI Blue 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