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the eaal tore him as he works today ughinharvest over the wayoOKOXQE ThOMPSON Hose and Farm IS Iclt poiseesors of shotguns I illIt call them sportsmen shooting thOse harmless birds fnl own as bullbats that one flying about in the evenipgs a pernicious one and one that cannot be too strongly con dajaned It is but charitable to tribute the apparently wanton slaughter of these birus to Igal rnce or thoughtlessness Ofoj the birds that fly jnrthis coun c- ythe j bullbat is perhaps the neet useful particularly to the farmers in a tobacco raising see n such us this The bird is of species that subsist entirely insects and jtsfavorite food the tobacco fly the parent of- Fat bane of the tobacco farms existence the tobacco worm will be observed that the built t files only at dusk or in the I early morning and its erratic tightpatches marks the pursuit of the tobacco fly and other flyby night moths whose chiet busi ness it is to deposit eggs where they will bat h out the greatest number of worms and caterpil rs soas to do the greatest amount of damage It is proba that one bullbat m a single coghtsmore tobacco worms than adv g luoe tobacco patch And yet ese sportsmen will get out an evening and slaughter P these useful birds without a iin ought and the tobacco raiser With his back nearly broken iin from an alldayii worming in pitch will stand around and lii his ignorance or the slaughter to goa nesslllQw Nelson Record last eek innocently publishes an em tothe effect that sports en are finding much pleasure ese evenings shooting bullbats which are flying in this section greater numbers than for sev ral years and that one evening several of the aforesaid sports men 1ucame in with a string ninetysix of the birds which 1 they killed In a few minutes Arm should set deadfallsL or all such newspapers should warn the people against them rather than t glowing accounts of I their exploits IR EBUKED rnose who occu pied the seats in a nertalit I Part of the new opera he play one nightlast week witnessed a stinging rebukead ministered byjbwo young misses to their young men escorts The young men I will state in HieJ beginning were strangers in the town and their being away from home may account for their seeming carelessness oftbeusu ages of polite society The young men escorted tkeiryoun- d g lady friends to choice reserve seats and during the first two acts were apparently contented and enjoyed the play When th curtain dropped for the second intermission these two yann Len tipped ttie to the otbeili1 wink and went out to lsee a man1 The girlsl thus left alop b gan to experience the ngs cf rising and just iindignation and acting promptly on the in pulse summoned to their sides and to tho vacant chairs two friends from another part of the house The two jro ng and nn wise escorts returned in di- timelooking innocent and chew lug cToves butlbund the seats o 5 ea ciipil and the girls apparently 100 dpinear They quietly took back sea and waited bu t it was the same tiling after the show all advneswere met with a stony M stare from the young ladie who Tex v byrOntwhile their erstwhile esjcorts were mi1efttries ofsociety life orwheth r af se otrgame sport 4 co occESSPODThe success ot the Springfield Pair last week is quite gratifying tp the- fficials of thdj company and the friends and pdtrotts of the fair The attendance this y i1r was large and the people sewmed toe aroused to more interest than for severalears past The ffactl1a good crap year andidther things combuedto account for this result The return to the straight6ut old Iashioned air is proving to popular move and if the farmers and stockmen pf the county can bej urged to kp up nd interest and make a show f something at the fair the sue- ess of the annual event for the future is assured if 44 10 thoughtless PENED The speech of Hon JohnS Rhea here Mondavi night may be regarded as the opening of the campaigff here rom now until the election in November wejnay expect to hear political oratory in bund nee It is about two nionlths until the election and Jin that ithe campaign committees will doubtless furnish nU8hYo speakers to thoroughly educate the voters who need it ion the political issues of the day jDOES IT PAY TO BUY CJljEAPV A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right bjit you want something to relieve and- re the more severe an l dn orois results of throat and ng troubles What shall you doGo to a warmer and mpre regular climate Yes if posti le if not possible for yob i then either case takd the ONHY remedy that has been ktrpduced all civilized countrie with success in severe throat and ung trcublesuBosch s 1Ger man Syrup Itj not onlyl healt na stimulates thei tissues to destroy the gezn i disease 1utn allays inflamnSatlon causes easy expectoration gives a good nights restand bures the patient Try one bottlel JRecom meudedmlnyvearsbyaLdrng byflaydon eware el OmlraeaH lar Catarrh Tbat Ceaf ala nercBijr lroytlloEenerdCIIe LystauhiiiI sa7 U tIIj at8iJonevar althel tbegbod you csd ivji iWy cta r M th3m Hil1 C r Ci v jnonu tured by V J Cbeney t Co TqetioO 11terDRadmucou9 sni aces of ihe iurfaTtxof the system In ouvus Harh Xijrrh CnrobeKiiireyou RottUe aooitine lila lIen IntWoilly nud modejiu Toledo Oiilo by J J Oueney k Co foe mom tat riee Sold by Drugglntr pric a 7oc pet bottle BHallsAUen Halverson of Wet Prairie WIS sya people comet ten miles to buy FoleyB Kidney OureuwhUe A Spare of erIpd says it is t medical wonder of the age Haydon RobertsonIt T Powell Hennlng Minn writes Have 10treanrhasstvfed us than doctors bills f would not giVe ono package of it for a ton o Zellena like that I used j fonbIved Birds used 11Iravens lived longer than any itfi lyfixceeded a ienturji Recent HIeasrv surpassing 70e of rotstihave been known to r live 100 years One lost its memo y 60 and its sight at 90 The e i a reBord ol a golden eaglo ich- dIed at Schoenbrun at jihe a e of- Ie llBf Another goldetfieagle was kept in the tower of London fo 190 yeais A third died at Vienna aged 104 years Geese and swans are tenacious of life and extra ordinary Accounts exist of the great age that they havel attain Buff on and other authorities have credited them with 80 and years of life Ypuths Com niou liaptireti Deallrti Amines Only a roaring fire enablett J Garrettson of San Antoe io to lie down wbTen attacked Asthma from which he snfi fered for years He writes his sery waSj often so KtErth t it cmed ho endured ibesgoBiee death j but Dr Kings New Dis very for Consumption bolly cured him This marvelous med icine is the only known cure for Asthma as well as Consumption Coughs sad Coldsv and alll throatI Chest sad LUBJ troubles Price 5OcanliJOO Guaranteed Trig bottles free at Haydon Robert I sons drugstore II bad a rannlngsore on my Iff fotJJ J1er8riMt Mnu JM FOMMU I Jpwa PsIi WJ Ibvadredf et OoMr8 IB kylag W tithealed Tw feexea r tuner Solve entirely cured it Haydoa 1 Bqb ertson You nssumo no iuk when you hay CJhaniberJalna Colic Cholera and DIarsrbEa Remedy Haydoa fc Robertson drnggists will refund your money If yon are not satisfied after using It It f8uC0088rulf plaints and the poly ono that njaver a fails It is pleasant saf and reliable t t 8hDn M A Simmont Liver Ueuicine curse and prevents this annoying compUint MACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent o KuoHiatt age 8 died on tb- e26tbotbralnfevef tuneral services were conductedtbe fdl- owingda at the Baptist Church by Rev Wo StallinKs f near t ir town after which there mains were laid to rest in Peters cemeteryDied n the 23d M rs Nancy Hitkerson in her 65th year of consumption Rev E P Couch made a few remarks at the grave as SbR requested before dying that w funeral b0 preached after whTch the remains were in teried in Peters ceweteryfj Miss Shirley Peyton of Brad fordsville is visiting the family iofWilbur Peter Miss Grace Foster of Green wood Indls Tisiting the family of Dee Thompson Mr and Mrs Paris Peter en tertained the you ng people last Tuesday evening in hoDorofI Miss Grace Posterof Oreeziwood dbHarry and Cnarlie Wright bought a farm of AL Perkins of Gardwell con ainiQ 133 acres of land at 29 pei acre Poss ession given first of year Frank Henriott bought a bunch of stock ewes of S U- Culllt 425 per head Miss Dllla Lawsonhas return ed Louisville where she has b1een In business for some time ter a weeks visit to friends id relatives I ofI Miss Alpha Cunningham Cornish vill has returned home tor visiting relatives ill our vicinity for a weekor so Torn Peter whq baa bfen t- QbutlliM l laduuHtpolis Ind for MM tine is visitisj bia- Lotlier Mis Marie Peter and sister Mrs Elate Cochran John Call of Louisville is here visiting friends and relatives Will Swepaey bought a farm contalnlnJ140 acres off land of Paris Peter at2 per acre Possessioni given at once Quite a number of our people attended thfa1r at your town ekfRev E P Couch assisted by Rev JL Allin of Elizabeth meetingta lhq Church 4 Will Campbell and wife of Lebanon Junction Jiaveiretuf ned home after a weeks visit to his father P 0 Campbell A cooiliSiany CO88pUTS8 woald be cared and the worst cases oomlert ed and relieved by cslog Foley a Hpaey ataud Tar Suggest it to those afflicted flatsdoa Rob rton The uabppy BMrtal wkoe Liver k la active 8 miserable wlUibut apparent MedicinerI living d a ASfflKGTONCOTTOL Ili It Wm a Crop Fifty Yura tAo A Letter from Kansas HuTCHiNSQN August 29th A NSAJIJI EDITOR KEWSLEAD RHav log read in the NEWSLEADER about Key Lawsoq having cultivated the first patch of cotton in the vicinity of Springfield reminds me that fifty years ago i when Ii was a kid eight years latbetEdaraTtl I patch every ye foe Ins farw out mile South of fi ringield and my mother spun aad woye it into l various household articles 11 have at this day tYfb bed spreads or counterpanes lone woven byl my mother the pther by my wrtherInIaw that have been j in use for fifty yean and are pow In a good state of preserva tion Prom my earliest reeoec ki up to the year 1853 when y mother dIed cotton was raised and manufactured jito bediprpids pantMoons shirts and various other Articles I notice in the IJTEwsXiEADBR a dispatch from Wichitat Kan that hundreds of girls have their pocketbooks full ot money as a result of th ir work t n the harvest fields I know of lady in Rico ojunty who in two years gave bijrth to twins at I two different tiniee and also iped her husband to harvest and put in the stack 2500 bushels of wheat Dont you think that with the two pairfshe held the old man patJThe drouth fo the past 60 days pas been broken by a mods rate shower audi sent the mer t cury down thirtf Degrees in as many minutes For a weekrthe thermometer registered froDfr 100 to 107 in the hade There i baa enno prostrations t E A1 THOMPSON h A Powder HIH Explosion Kemoves everything insight so1 do drastic mineral pills but both are mighty dangerous NoE Ded to dysMii yout body P111s1dofectly OuresHep4ache Coiwti pation Only 25 cents at Hay don Robertson drugstore Kicked by ja Horse Mr Joe Naiiop a respected and well known f meliving on Briar Ridge Jspjencer coumty met with a ihorrible accident l Tuesday of last week which re stilted in his eat He was engaged in hauling wheafe ori a sled and had stepped to adJust the backhand When thehorse kicked with both feet striking HAIR IJEtP man- ypersons that I stubbornind wioHi g s the reason hair needs help just as Inythln else at tImes The roots re quite feedIngs When MIr atofIIKfOWIng iit Ossits luster It l So hIve hair It row Wh Ii does aad on the acts da good htr tIceta K At DLJOAZ81aseMjIlNhairl f1TJIIC e r T him in the abdomen fie was not thought to be seriously in jured at first but died the fallow ink day between 12 and 1 oclock The unfortunater an was w 811 known throughout the county and his fearful and sudden death hisJleaves a wife and three children The remains were interred at Cb1reblasti of a large concourse of presencES ing fri nds and relatiyes Sen tinel 0QUES Olf ASWEED August Plowel still has the largest sale of any medicine i YourmOtbernclRrandm thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Bilioasnefcs Doctors were scarce and they ApPendichisNervouP AugustFlOwer and stop fermentation of undi gested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the tier Tons and organic actioa of the system ad that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Gretas August Flower in lliquid form to make you satisfied there is nbihing serious the matter with you For sale by Hayden Robertson Wind and Litfifiifn A seyere storm of wind rain and lightning passed over this countv Sunday evening The cloud came from the direction 01I Tatham Springs and spread de werejuprootedblown down and buildings iamj aged The house occupied by Mr Peter Waldridge andfa ihy in the neighborhood of Ash brook was struck twice bv light ning Tile first time the family was at home and one of the boys was much shocked They them neighbord e same building and set Iit oa ire Tills was discoVered IB UlOio be exti0gaiske4 In the mrigh borhoexiofCaaiet mat damage watdote Ten MM sugar trees belonging to Dr J C Gibbs were uprooted his fruit trees suffered much from the wind his veranda was torn from the jaam part of the duelling and a barn was blown down A barn be longing to Mrs Oilman was un roofed and the corn in that comm nitY is lying flat on the ground This is said 7to have been the most severe storm that has visited that section in half a century Anderson NewsJ Notable GhractorIOne of the notable characters of Bardstown is Uncle Mack Rowan an aged colored man who is somewhere very near then tury nark UncleMack was the property of JudgeJohn Rowan and was born and reared at Federal Hill near hQreUe remembers Judge Rowan well and clainfe ta have witnessed ttie dneL between the latter aid Or Chambers He also remembers Henry MoyM a visitor tohFed eral nUlani can give a very good description of the Great Commoner aa hw appeared at that tIme Among other celtb rltlelwbo Visited the Rowan homestead and whom Uncle Mack remembers were Stephen Collins Foster apd his sister The former was the author of MMy Old Kentucky Home and other famous jsongs Uncle Mack was a trusted servant and l although he was seriously baudicapypdd by deformed feet he was active and performed his duties satisfactorily For years he earned a living as a shoe cobbler and notwtthstand hist great age and falling eyesight he was until a short time ago quite an expert at his trade Bards town Obserer1OIearadId Nelson county is the proud possessor of a citiaenr Jai Ccl ver 101 years old The Observer aysBe was neyi sIck ja his life And so fir aa he is coneT8 ed doctors and dreggists week g 00 retire rmbuiHl Eft WM ferkaowu to expectorate ptek hi eWs or blow hw note1 5Tc t J14II bpulsylilcl H rsc Show ShOWIlbeeItli I elusive and jjadgiag fro the app frranc of the PrbList afcopy of which we have OoItrJt acreditilltohangs up 110000 which will be i preralumsof Shadthe metropolis of theState now promises to make up for lost op t portunltiesj f The Horse Show will be av l1ri tatiiclI altogether it will the citys T ig geafc Pall event The Irailrbais wiiUU grant low RIM for oth people and sraUdcrowds are expected to attend theII ITheI an annual 1Iffa1r ana will iId rabt greatly stimulate the rseI breeding inti rest of thelKentucky horsemen are veri en thusiastic ovr the coming sowI and they will enter a great aay y hcrsee The State ls co 0 tctandtct acc rat 1 cessITIle JBMvery ei W MM Iis Was grandly shown by Mrs John D whIng of Butler PL JR a three yearte7 struggle with malignant strtach troublethit L caused distressing ttacks oV nauseaandttgstlOuAU II a fedies failed to relieve her antilt she trid Electric Bitters AltAr taking it two months she wrpjte I a nowwliollycured ud cam eat anything It is tnily grand tonic for tb whole system as I gained in WrightI and fell ninth stronger sine using It It aids digestion cajres dyspepsia im proves appetite gives new life Only 50 Gujlranteed Haydon obertson drag store- HILLSBORO Trem l Corresppaiimt Born wife of Creed urfSettle on ul a boy Miss i Miller of near your town spent Saturday and SMdkjy with Misses Pearl and- pLizzie Williams 1 lkr Thomas edpr after ifewttot Dr A M Shields atidwiife b were in Msckville Tuesday Miss Edn CroucH ofWlhis1J burg is th4 pleasant guest of Mrs Mollie sUyesnear here IIbted meeting at Mackvilie i past week J Mr Thorn s Mcllyov ad wife kgavefashion pear pealing which WM welLattended on last Wednesday ni hk l Mrs JuUa LMchmam imt soa Hugh are i ttMrilng the Bards town fair Ihw week Mrs LeacV M am will aecj visit her staler 1MraTimefcshil in Nelson Several cffche ycniig people from tkic aCe were A Tatham Springs Sunday AMovg ihe 7 number wee Missea Pearl bdi Lizzie Will arns Bertha Leach aritOderLeslie She maker Dudley Silk erlsnd Ed Sh winaker and Rev yr Eir Sotb rUud V- Mrs Bocy Heady of Bloocfield and M lEJdn HopewrtL ofiI of Bullittounty have beesyiai tinjr their siSter Mrs Sallk Reed for itVepMt week who baA a been ontha sick list for sotee 4IDuring i repeat thwrieHtorm tie lightni ig fetrack aiiillMiraed t fourlarge lay stacks for iJa e Willed et thjtFleeeaiit Grove neighborly idi Mrs High Hall of LlUeyi is tying at t6B pbia of ikwtk wHl tYph T4ff 3 thu wriia Nctica tTo THE PLIcI wiAt io sellout Lock of EIrai- i bddes c fi tI cost abdqmt lbs Li e toF r44OTT prt dConqtIsat1saoaa estb1oeaI aes1 Dr M A ytr4kEas t iti iiSt VVlLIilSBtFRGq tl Oar- mfjilii TTimip laiijL 7i W jiitriif Tito MJ rog LoiiiiivHle r tt m Wi burg Monday Miss Lila Keed who k w We Yltniig IridsIs LIurg rearM IIMoadsr as cowpKBleA bY Miss LiIhS1 earty I w M Stay Zedl family jf lithisphaMrt t Ida Birch wiG has Wm t ltitiliKfr Ii Les Ms scaqeipaaagbMraAye Seuenal yes HO 01 kmv WM otMiottiedosibgI Mpiratfew Tfcoee wt1i A here atthM Ui were latwwNd in cbook M4 efavfefce Hn it who I wwMitereetii in tlwir- cWWrea oaId seed l i i- Sodii MMlIB t ke has aahUUreeto L la ton lLIJL v ges 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i9it peao- J This njalfes Aihaxjommission anti iiimem Trnrdarninirig ofGeorg- dwYrt Jho stio1ing barber cbargdkihearh1tLJse1yzLt Iet POrs re- ulTh11 tfsedbjing held UylIflPLt bgu Of5OthJc1i be WgSb1tO1VE CASTOR IA ACildrenThiKIid YsiiAkuht tJk1I Acurqo jx D P1e rrW d ru txug- f toILTbrdayIlwiLI zo inooir Bt1 441S1t pjc The a4 oetio agxplaeed Frnkortb t sdcei ed iha in 1s irns jait feeen captured 4 He will be retutmed to serVe the rematndor 4 oT hi Mjgteicfpi OOfil fir nd one jAfct in prisofli t Tbe v7oman i goes to Lou5svTlle wheresn will sHirve a sentcprandJiutitiinacwTI pibufs1t II i I I ii IdorIaaztcn49nby rqnof- thirdrai ji T1 wan Wor hevy p1o u1id to bi hte tif re3ikciay IormpMn- 1noeaerjja IanIitejs from in her Tiiia riiffeta Oi itl Preston wings The man coveredh- iaqry2 shirjnd a o frock ootthagyebut lit ovci teen Pw Tir ip iaraice was quite r s Trarit t4t r Of tiO kJr1 1e thiIsM dd o ainiQnttojs 1eriypu t yoli IIII llen4 j4j 14 Wi1Leii dIgsu 4vI JT0 tlp tIt InetaMy- ye wft p p 4r 44- aIuJrS 4W4a taLI v I J ll gctablePreparatioatoAs- shni1atIn heFoodandllcuIa QpIua14p M frrCoisl3paiionSotir WorrasConvulsidnsFcverish ness anti Loss OF SLEEP I FaeSiiwle Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COpy WRAPPER II Tra cdy at Richmond AVRlchmqnd Saturday Ven- ing Judge Drench Tiptpo was hot arid fatally Bounded by Lprence E1cyo94q l Djbe sWopting pCJurreS abquli eight 0 clock bp iJIainstreet According to one report Woods wust talking with a friend and did not see Tipton wbo apr proached andt fetealF Woods a vicious blow in the face with his jfijst WoQda struck back bat when kesaw Tipton Advancing drey a 38caliberpistol and fired the ball trikmgr Tipton in the right side below the diaphragm anu nflicting adtal wound At- bethrewter Tipton wasishdt up his tondsJ and sked Woods Hot io kill birDi Woods surrendered to Jhpi authorities and was al lowed to go home TbequaireLwas th result of an enmity pf several years standl ing Jt hogan whonTipton was editor pf the Richmond Pasta and1Wodsa Doraocrat paper Political discussions t1vq i the men grev7 vlry bitteraiid finally re suited in personal abuse tJidgeTiplon has4beenidenti fied with Kentucky journahsnii for years butof late hasibtepn n Hie ir htservtl4 Whas a wfndmIe cbflU hiIbiza girt of WincLesteK Mr Woods isOblawell known maewspUperreadbzShaving be t A prominent1 m6mbertpftH ingkcollexe He formerly lived at Lcbaupn and foundedheLeb aqon at rrmc He is jraarried but has np children ITt5IIia4 Jr yon fcivB that 6bStnate iuf cring will ebnkenofIhavc nscd tifee bottle of Dr DstoerLiccyou NewYorrNI am in need of riq more medical as sistancc When rtarted Ui take yowr wojcme4 1 had a regu1xr Consumptive cpugh e whicr I wu aald skid 6verybbdy caution etf and warned me weightripidIypetitd wbatevtrL Now my condition is changed entirely I 4o nougatall have Raided eight pounds in beaIthyco1o I 11A oofItgI1IiDrc I iJ9sPERNsINEvwYI NKDPD WPousEffi jwms have caused roqliftnt dcalbs this ut tq uro ony ue gonuino eityo Lliosaino whr n you ask for DiflgWItc1i tioi aiyo Theo pblsggo ountexWa De iffii fslho onroysnal Witch TTaMlSafve It In a safo rnd csrtuln cuijj fpr piles and all akip Uisceci Bnydon feljobeitsonr youfcan spoil con hcoflcaugh lsaaeaa i6ug1i oiiCkaugh hut the hurihl IJjOnpitnutoIIayduIIibe4Qn t r F IThYowHaveF A HiriJs- t Fbr OVI irty Tea- rCASTOR1A 1r When ifi Ki Bit Best The old tbadry lhat fiati lte better on Snrfay thin any piher day of fthe jKMkkolds gdpdlri a11 parts ojt thBac6untry At jitfy orate jthera are nipTe anglersron thati day than on any othjer which proves that there re 2y pebplefwhp woald ratl ler go Ashing thatgdlb church If jGhjeago thesporting goods er chants saythat every Sunday 3dt less than 20000 people leave Lhe city to fish The tiepartm ani stores sell huge quantities I of fishing a0kl6 every Saturday mojniiarvThey also sqll live bit minnows and frogs in whole4ale jots Some of the purchasers go pp fprtber thap the lake iront but mpsti pf them seek tho lanes tan treams within aa hourVJ jddpn the ircJUey or stew cjirs CONSTIPATIONN1 Hioremcut or tUo Jiowtjl not being at4o to lnjo4lOnCbtono In Ute Urrlble couflttlont dnrlfiif t6at Imo I etorrthIncIlieardpbntndreiilouMan7reUefiitck iintnycatounill Ibcsan uilpf I nqw bavi from ono to throe passages a day ad K I was rlih I would site for seth moTementt tisicha reller ATLMiELlinKT iS CANV Ii A oQoodtcUR ON8TJPATION Private Sale Laving accepted the position of manager of the Bine Grass Grqcery flt Gampbellsylllei I de sire to sell priyate1 myJafiKtif 9Q aipresf Hta bargain in Wash inon county Ay two miles east of Texas neat jthertPerry vile turnpike known as the avson Cart inger piace Jftleas onahty well improved jwell1 watered and we ll fended Any one desiring tci purchase same call on or adds me a tTam be11vilft L bAnirL Desire ai b tbgqll njy prqpj9rty In irensonton consisting of Dwelling sXorshQUH and barr Also Onecxtraaizqf stock caes Sf GAMEBPIL irga sUD apotfl1 wtrotiothcn Wy caused the jeit 0mofijbat thlswiinirer and doctor ecldro nearly all tliojpros Crauouft woo Induced DydIwrdiiTj of ho fitortrablH CtdsIrfioelti fol fow4 Rood dlRp8tl6nte KddolflDyHptpbuCdKZlI gesti Itjv upaLif youjiwo inin- aettIoior u if wllj qnlclilv re Hove tiVbiro you Jfayf doItflob3rtrnt1 Jewelry iiStiplo Look At the next ton peppl you moot and sop how xnixjh 1r w rn of that upw called jewjilryj Fom a 500 watch chain to a five cent atfc3 pin YeX jewelry has rdmo to be a jtapln artiolo of dross You will buy moro or lode tof see that you getwhat you pay for When yon buy YoUrCaUjbe euro of thi if you will buy ot Wood TVinsatt Springfield Kiwhhavo a f ill as sortment of the WP Main Co goodav JBvery article of these Rbods 1fufl1 carraRted to be exactly as rppresentod A printed gnarar tee to ibs effectisglyep with each article of thcsgbods urchaeed at 1hir4store- v F Main Co C 2fern Factory Oor of Friendship and Edd Sts ProvidoncoR I welryFactaryof contructionqt rast Iowa Ciy Ia Over1 62000 feet 6t floor Upace Sa4t 4tiLhOmot pills mnIdureDoWitIs Tii 1ar1y hori T1tdyAreifteqiard to ir i4r antI 1nwgl i ijiblos iNcvcE grIpe flavdonI- 4 ttiertsoJI t THE FAIR tBrln La d- or iieLaPCwd A FULL LIlY OF THE PREMIUMS The thirty elghib annual ex hlbgpptheWtshingtooCoun1tParo days meeting last Saturday was If sa cessfafandsaiTsfac jtjOfcy affMrljj jnj Vidry t respect TTere was a good show jot live slock and farm products and thdnterest snownby the people was ifr epcouragfDg Symptom The attendance lor the three days yfls rtgood and all appeared pleased with the exhibition The rings were nearltf ell well fueL witn entries and the competition was lively Below we pUblfsh a completa list of the premiums warded 1agCarpeMra Isaac Jam CrochetS Afghaa Mra C Bi Johnston Silk Quilt Miss LouUe Hunan Patchwork QwUt Cotton Mrs Hugh Stile t WostezQ llLIzz1eU cfter Silk r iiery1MisSue Edino 505 Worsted Embroidery Mrs 0 Bl Johnston Cotton Ewbroidery MrsJ J O McJBlroY r Crotchet worK worsted MRa on Booker t i a fnwHrffiCrochet work cotton Mrs JYMayes jSilk embroidered 4oilles1Liazil Hooker ir t EroIdcr d luUchcthZMdiC Bohnionj 41 f G DRohrtsoiI j McEIroy v Table scarf Mrs P B JoTsr Battenberg lace Mjss W aMc Batteaberg ceaterpece rii Frd Hagan 1fc+ t 1Battenbcrff7lUnch cloth Mrs B 3oSnston 1 JPpln Lace Sire rlVanArsdaIe Renaissance lace Mrs C JohnS s on Ethbio1r dcouphpI Lizzie- Hocker a fT Crosasttch 6uh pill D Robertson Tatting lace Mrs J a Zi v Ifdy FLOWERS GreensDip1ayf Robeftsob v Design inilowere MriVCl iKott ertspn t FAMILY PRODUCE Butter ttwo pounds Mrs G t Robertson w V Fruit cake Miss Rose Cleave i Wbite lady cake Mrs j ATs5adcr White sponge cake iMis3 Rosc Cleaver Caramel cake Mrs G D Robertson Cocanut cake Mrs BB Leachnian Chocolate cake Mrs J A Shader Ribborrcake Miss Rose Cleaver Variety 3f reservcsv Miss fRicq- TChurman VarietyofpicIs fissRIc Thu- FT1f9t 1 4 4 Ioaf of 11ht bread Mrs J H SSren Ml oaf of corn oread Mrs CxD Rob recJsQa r IIpme made cheese Mrs C B John stoa fMre H5rcen- i I JohnstonIi Best 25 ears white corn Ben Plies lit JohttSpaaMlng 3d5 Best 25 ears yellow corn C L Grundy Jet and second Best bushel red wheat Jim Laughlin 1st J1 6 Polln 2d Best bushel rye Hugh Stiles ffl Eaulcra Best display of apples Miss Wliar ton flest display of Mrs T Griffdv r5 S McEiroy Vt84mitBesto hLa1f biI1eIrL1s pOktee- sJOP6tin riBwt pc lcturMipli JpPoiin v peat p ckrtjeets jrs Julia 1each- zaanft 4S lflBcs 6 lieaTd of cabeJ Q1I1 iBestwatermciodi BesVlIspl of ftITs rjBct5Trthdy 4S pr larred 1yznouth rk1S- sHuliBtfls r tIB tprlight hisiI43ftt ptbrOCc5r9- y J- 1cB R bik inon rcasr- k4c L 1 CIiobet14 BO7R1DR BeMbbyrider RIcard Ceily MMIS QERALPUE I L t I ehrpldandLoverTlioutchenslst Gpdir2dI Mre S yepra old and nider 4 P S Bajber 1st J J Ypwelli23 Mie 2 earsold raod under I IuFRpgeLp1 a- nd5undgrHoci ojdSTnompsnlsL second J SADDLE GILDINGS SaddgeldJb foul years anjl dWM flughus 1st1f BBfaeitchenl 2d qIlp ana under fcur T B Hputch lC4 3v L jchti n 5fl j I r ca k a1eted with It doat Isct it Ittwill tala roe DoatI doi SZpSf1St 5 70C b7 cattLs seetehtn o turl it Oar Kw stbedOles ISa Mr1tete tLas hi It 4IMppeari aM caa atvse Tetsr We cer e lessof ttme ta1rat kepr1vatsy a4 lorcer Tree fliutrz4 eok 0 1rMtiar ad S413 W sseat t Cars as o Pay Kit eys1add rkldeyi RrU 5ftt of dtsw flIye yo achL or wealtnu orethe it0 tIb5Ck 50540517 55 asdsor fecadY1fe MrLng Dot I51t yok1dsep Oar isw M tk OCII N Nsa VdWitkOut Writti fors OWZeadIefl1LtesapIki4e511- 55c14 tk eecan5w ittVS sad tw- aasurss 1 1 yr a4Laf I wE estite4 aa twice mAchrelor treat aafferingv bnt only rottMMnry nllf I was finally ad vl dta try fteffW Method Treatment of Dn K k K Tbe Mlarge4 SUMPItMrM wet tks itzictre Usa WM remored elgktesir sad 7IealIaI iosrgy sM rttvned saL WM a auta ia sysry retpeet nceaUMM yea H MKS trWI aiy hart wI1 wMiIjLL NI NOIAY I UU Gleet Weak Prt Oaotfftoea4 UaaaMlrml r Drs Knotty Kerga KvK KK RoADSTER 1tING Best roadster stallion R E Goddard 1st J W Kelly 2d SECQiSIDDAV r HpSS 4r A o Boar oyeroni tyear ildiJ W Kelly 4d 1 nj- Sowoysc OAQ ypaa oldi II H Thurman Boar any age W H Jiohnson Sow any age J H Thurmfiri c 3HEE 5wVIi 44siicl iav gJokaYKe1ly tEwbn3 age J he wKpIt naif 3At iL rMi V r i all three years old and over Icij I Bull Vnre yearold rand under ilo QvYankeyrl J Y MayesSd t V BolE under one year old Fos ierRay 1st I H Thnrmani2d Cow two years old and under three C A Wilson Cow one year old andjtnder two Cy X Wilson 1st Jim Clements 2d Cow under one year old C A Wilson x Bull any age t Foster Ray 1st C A Wilson 2d f i iowL any ago OAcVi1sdn i Bes hftrd of beef cattle ownet j by one man one malt andlinree aLAWilbx1 51 th Wtbpec1a1p1em1nbr Kelly bTsv suckirnj coit by lus stallion Fin Bpvr A LCar rico lt Barber Ctarlson2d SDLfSPXLTONS Ktilhon four yeais old and over Wcboils Bowliesi Ist John WJ Kelly 2d V Stallion three years ojd and under fourj J H yppUlst Mack Hughe2d PURiyv Mare four tears old and pvet T E Houtchens 1st TrM JEstes second Mare three years eld and un der four R E Goddardls Mrs A P Carter second J Mare two years old and under three R E Goddard 1st Mack Hughes second Mre bneyear bid and under two 0 C Brewer f if Mare under One year old 8 B Thompson 1st i B Bowles second HORSES TORr GENERAL PURPOSED I ifStallion lour years old And oVer T K Houtlchens Istj Nichols Bowles second Stallion three years old nd under fdur J H1ScOtt isf Mack Hughes sectipd BtaHiOtf two ye ra old md Under thret P McElroy Stajlion one y ear dldand un der two J W HowfrtbrfistiT1 S Baibw eb I SJalIi siwl ioik yrtJ1- 7 j AOrfIci 1tt4 aeco 3 1 V GELDINGS FOR HARNESS PUTosra Special pren itii y Gruidy Claj brook CogldIug fonr years old and ovr T E Houtchens 1st Stevia Thompson second j Gelding thre ygars pjdtand oterR 1JJ Godda d aty T JHontchens second COMBINED RING Stallion mare ori gelding J W Kelly 1st T E Houtchcn 2d RQsDSERi Mare or gelding I O4as 1st TEHpatcheris ccpid TKIKDPAY Jadk twoyears oldfatifl OTCK w Smljh4ti1W second JJtnet indatotujoTh1 3 W1UUk t 9t SWIEPSTAKS- Jack any age Jlshnsl1st fIrSmitn second J enne any ag W if unk a 52BWALNUTSTREET IJCINCINNATI OHIO a i MULES Horse mule two years old and over W L Vandyke Mare mu eunder one year old PyMudd- scozd c SSWEEHSTAHZS Horse mule any age T L Earrott Mar ntile any ago L H Thrumanv Y v v Mare and mule doltISj H ThurmanlstPPMndd2d SADDLB RINGS Mare four years old and over JJ4B Bowles ist T Eriou1fch fas second are three ears old and nfl del ft1 R N Watheti Istjpey pPHefoessy second HAJR iSS PIJRPOSES Stallion four years old and over R N yathen 1st JW Kelly second Stallion tb years old and under four Mack Hughes1 Stallion two Tears old atfdxun derthree R i Wathen Stallion o year old and uri del two L S Howerton jet P Btallioa irctJer flflQ yeas old JjBt ies isti J rchai d Adtunct and i i ji iuf REMAND COtiT iiIscIal premium bij CT R fttarmonstfie Main St Liyerymad Mare and colt S B Thompson 1st R E Goddrd second COMBINEDRING Mare or gelding JBBowleS 1 st TE Etou tchqns second SADDLE RING StalhoQ mare or gelding T E Houtcbena 1st Mack thighs 2d t RQCKAWAYUING Mare or geldinpf 1 O James DOUBLElTEAf Sepcial Drepgiun by Ounnin bath Duncan It E Godd rd 1st Mack iBTughessec nd BOAISTER RIG- Stallion mare or gelding JR E Goddard 1st I Q Jftmes 2d etCkzqaIc fl r I4Ii Vfitrf jr V rs of Brig i suaeiod f6r tblf ty ytskt with d r rhcEa and thought 1 was pastbelne cured saa4ohn Si JIaHovayor FrenchrCauip Miss 4I lied spent so rriiinti time aid money aua sMffergd piUfihlhatlliadBlVeti Hp all hope vpry 1 was fepblp from thb eCfcot f the diarrhoea that IcouIiLdo no kind of lalXH Could npiqven trpvpf bufby Wldent I was pornnUed to flrid i bottle of Clamberlalna Colic Cholera arrd DlirihCE Rom dyand ltfcrtkliijr M eral bottles I amv6ntiroly caVotl of fhat trbublo J am so pleased with thBTisxiU that I am anxious that It bb in r ftch t all xhb Buffof as jt hay jor ale by Haydon Robortpn brugglata ThojomorKCiioy bags sent by a church society to Kansas soldlonCia the ShlUp- pijfe contained among the ueccsltlcsa bolof I oWiUa WlteU Has6l fte veil Xnownca re for plies infarleiand skin diseaseS The ladies took cave to obtain the original DoWlCta Vliteh Iattl Salvo tnpwinff That all the couo Ifr oita are worthless JQtaydon tt Bob erteonSaEaay Conaateue Ton told me remonstrated the law yer Inl en injured tone that you had pfat nearly every cenfyoa embdMJJed from tbeflnn IhAtlsTrhy I cbargtd yon only J2QO for cle rlnr you Yet yuppeud mpnoy nowllke a man with a truukful of Ik Certainly respohded the other cjmscfentxnyiwyariuiwas working r6r ChIcago Tribune Tke QBBffrr Half Hewr The hungry half hour flint ao Often cornea before bedtime can be appetizingly teretf td by lit he oe crack Ira Take any of the popular loach coil crackers otf the mkrket and their naioe ic lefeion aad spread wHk a lf tie batter and sprjnldg li iUy wWi rafe Parmesan cbeea P ceoa a dfeh la tIe oven long esdafch fobroThi ejn sllgbtlp They koFw1 tSoeT55e3w1 the w1a e medeaere gBoujsftfi to cut likeof ap tqte ebort paragraohs In that way hcoc cceded Ia getting Ma wrltla reaOi Bestea ITraascrlpt To preydnt coaeuHiptloB tjalbkly edrtf throat and lung troublo4 fjltOna Miss uteCoa h Cur Ifaydon Jc Rp ertspn iprill Attractins L1 Eeiy sthjo11to overflowing with tJt0 newest and brightest sriug gok1rSp call Priceaiallress oo4 Bik brapons worth 15O ki Bik H ff75c w rthTBik LusteHn65q5wqtpB1k Novelties 75cw 5Th Colored Venitians65c WrfhLColored Coverts 756 vorth3I Colored Coverts SQcrworth 75c v Fiench Challirse4jJcworth65cj Attraction ia IMtc 6osjds M fasFabrics White Lace SripLaWnsr vS White Lace Stripe PiusWhite Organdies andindia Line le White Silk Mulls anIersiantLawnsIsv Colored Piques IColored Organdis k Colored Mercerized SatingColored Dimitiescicci 5Special ciotiifag oer yjoiMens Cotton Clay Worsted Suit Mens Wool Clay VorVed Sui h Mens Blk Cheviot Suit 350Ilv Mens All Wool Cheviot Suits 5 Meifs Fancy WorstedSuits 75O anti up w Boys Wool Clay Wprster 5 Boys BluaorBlack CheviOt SsttLGhild Blue tr Black Cheviot uitl m k DONT MISS THESE SPECIAL VALUES J z CollsrsNeckw ar SuIri tThye s fOur collectipBS of shoes epreenThe hifhfst dsyiop meats in Shdemaking This cdllectWi not riy incbtds every sorfof shoes but tinsurcs a fit foreysry iortibf Jbot 1 wrnj PBR C71ReTsw 1O000rollsWall Paper isciuding aJ1the new drc shiilss 1 1nd latest eoaabinahonr 25CQO y1s Matting At 124 if t2 OMComwill always lead in lowest prices CalLana se M Wt iz will tret you Well and save you money Ciinningliam 8 DunMn J t woM1ANswoR1Jp TOMETHINQ ABpyT THE NEW DEAN OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSrV ZflrUttoEyewIigt D1 =er WMIRuIneI7e1p I fivIi Good Stimarltnii ClnbiroMea ir Brown PotteVa H Blker tjef Mtvttha Fptotef Ph D the re cently ckcfed eucceesor of the late oa M Bovren sq dean of Troteen O2d professor of EngllBh llt TKSra ut Northwestern university tla wellquall fled for the position Dean Crcnr la a romaa of thorough training 8cholarly mind dignified prescnce anfl uhal 4n attractive personality She nas ffaW elect extensively tolling n carefuf study of the best literature of tho TaJjlr oo3 Countries nnd thp native Influences nrt condition tHat contribute to the fashioning of tho styles of the Severs master autbore The new dean eejoys a wide acauaintancc vlth men of letl ters and gromlnen educators and lias taken advantage of tills no ual6p jpor nltjr for studying the diCrcrent methods oP working 5ISiUre1hcrlecturer aBdteacheif Mrs Crow has been a boay sramon Sho wan graau ated from Syracuse university in 1876 land took tat Ph IX delre4 in 1893 KAAOT cSOW Last fane the ITM elected to thf SyM CU80 chapter of PfcT BeUi fkiipp Me fold of Work Sstfl edacator afailiilt t Wayneeburg college EcnMyljaaif at Wellesley colleger and aftar mf marriage la 1884 at lows collefe Iii Grlnncll la whfrjBher hmbai i fessor J M Croa dietlugulibed a eh ololfiti occupied the chair of ifreiay tater she mad tla co Joaroey abroM cpendjnc mprihan a year IB ttizftthe British musepni and In the Bod iaWllbrary Atthe SIte tUM uwfer a coniiuiHipntroia the buaf fncation at WaBalngtou she mode ap Tcctigation of tb4 vnlvcraity educatk X woo in BHTOPO and wMi te tWa way brought ifit aMocjatloa wKk a umber of tbe iab k lteUB jilshWIf 3 catonf In iihgiand antI oa th coatf ent Bho dovotbd bee attea t1ao4particularly to England cksd iCfat many Italy and Itterldndi in addition to tier work of inatrws tiOs Dgan Crowba psb3acvsI practicability of her teaching 8t ta never IdlQ When hot idtlft JetUiS room sis biislly etfgagei with im f terary pOdio be Ia a worker as eVjaeefi by k r poetey Says akdfcbea lid trtfcWS for mi s4gsstncs 3n4 t i1 I t 1kti at Jc 4- 4ahanMbpe tor bit- tde ir1el a l i iIf oaldvot wbclc I e41gtro bs 541wiiA a 3takbi1- 1iswmst4nesO 4Ths itsIs4qe3 st hth4IsaeIMe sore 1y raIdtt WImailed by Ely jfcetlK NowYorg I tJ IrI WANTEIIIiiS FAREWNG UP- An ko11a Ws PJ4 Xwa te 5triet Cii Cdwatq jltaifcJtcarItalian 9Be Jjlght last iWcekv Tine Italian wanted to ride wlta ii skr- thrown in for filalTcents ApaawBgci 4- detc1bt fnck I boardei the car wltM alxeyiM1 p 9 ecngcrs bacludfBg aH ItatiMa4 the Bubu ban CBflof the ropd eeie et lbs late rlps The car5isd gone a iiott distance frIiCftktba4ctor betit to collect tHe fares The itaiiaiwaai oct the rear sent and htoiiNMr wasMlV ectcd Las- Labjt1ag TCvjrytfaiatf Jiat scaHioif Ilalinis- juinped to h1fet zd saya hi hands at the conductor ibis eeaetactor went tb tlie jslcltcd tnaa aad asked fliia what the trutef71tL 1e Itamim eaidrH111rwIzitla byyi t The condubtor toM15ttc- ouk1io lave hIipDt1I4s ItIaslnslstld SEve7 b6dE1cttsis4e1icajya cents tno1 no got 1tie eonduor gP10ped tbo aItirtlea at once nbdVscctny that be waa ae cus1of nk1etih54cte4 tS ekar- himselL Fig l1swQL lbs ltsaIhattt- ser wiee oeve pa55ameI aMIa car find that that p l fca fiw wcjtp registered Itealse exnlaliiwl why tli ItRhiaiII tgeai iiak tsr iniektl lie isllSjbIe collcJe tne ssssfarei would be oat pa54Wilk this qausdsaq M the an fres Italy wu atlI for fak flya c ta aaur t iop Eil still Jalbrhtj at t M1l- eto5b1ka 5 Spd YrQrais a a littte money to buy e M4W jr atreted a bsrfofcal WNMHU Wesi Lbird Mwe4 3br wsa tar aiMtea ataxHd- lTkknd to w Isom a apoh jd esaeyrsJ- ftg hIa Wbiz f- ttokrtsttdamsspsrbap ataetkostralag vkktnJi rrUd alter alww flrs ba Mid tosbt M tharsi ri M 1 quart c ytc sad 1 ycet WZa eNwEti- t 31Ofe flt55kI4 pr Ia- wo e t m a woi lhsdM1 a aa I kw wy yss- w iii ahmiM rwt acrtar M155t t gfre I Sss7 i bti IWs4 I1sl nk- II abs pski rsq suud tkSby a seJy sskIai wSbSL- Fei Gods Isk yis4 W55ab55dSdkWrjo but MI m net t apH l it jfor ifcfak Lad W iuii wUn ia f4 bMii wklla tW Waftr tort baWjgk55e AbiS at ta ls NeWY55kV Tils rc e4- eflzst pfvissdi s ef ce1teflhis wh55dLes1S +f5IekfLn4ta i i55 4dtl tWa rv ir21 T2i TTii 1I r I I PEjESIDENT n DENTIST I t a n I j tE11I EXgt CTE d 1 rf4PUT PINlt f t oylgan jUock n stntrs IiJc SPItiNGFlELDn KY AI1 fletat Work Strictly 1r Firstcfs t jr jOSl B CiSSELLIP- HIGANANOUNE9N i OFFICE EOCIp xDto1bAXafld7t08I FAT BPSIFiNPE 1CJi j J HUER H HOiD r DENTIST 4 i i13U1L1p rsrn riU11ocatCd t BPRN mLD xY DR d H 1 T9N r L OFF yE la Opera House tt RS J SMOCK s ri NGFfutri KY 4 OPFIGE btf Rtebars for freposiI liner offices over iteqples1 JBank Qflce hours 12 to 2 pm Y DR1ROCRARTa JDENarISTItHt r r jr1kv Ci aydon flarbrSi BPKINFFIEIJ KY f J Q lA ROOKE at L 41 1i laf attention given to the otf eCtIQUflOt w 9ouns J rr 1frj TI m W ckoChord S JrIEL KY r L Wtfk NEA h t T9RET tAW- 1f I Oc over PCOI4 Bak IRINGF1CPIKY u 1 0IfIialls1cri j t e JDPflv6 t 4 t 1 Wag0n H J itUN BY ust 1JSCLEMENT44 r J eatJftaari M VoUofl Uder NllFraot1CIII I d rr M nttfy the P1Mc tiati- aeted todo allkiid of ha1Ing attention g1y n to delivering tf1J Special i llD1oYhiikM18 1iold goodL OTd11 0 Qe ot7Ol sed S E ODBMENTS 6ntUttRins6ti S t l lf 4d SZ 5Jljjf have been trans fh rtl rsv1i1 h Birds townipttci whereitheir iBcreaeiij I IbulfleSS lM Jcarried on with miiptrf pteieas I At Yacilities tibe4ettCl every way All aa aaiijniaihonlttVi e a- ddIidth iP if 1ARthEMg11 k1ie CO OUiSf111e IEY ji 1 i 4 ffiTiitI1r l BI0 Jilftave as fine an assortment of trees ofnamentalt 1 and fruit sibs for delivery tisfairr as pan be 4rj es reasonable we rpJ for two years aIIthatdie We solicit yqorders 1 W O ELLIS Agt JL iiMoorekyiJle Ky WILLS HALL Prop 7 i r3PJke County Mo t 1OUNGMET IfANTEDWHW fair good character to leijrm T tetr rtyt Railroad accomat igJ aid typewritmg ElM is endorse- by all edieg railway compante M J te oityperfect and reliable 1neULt tIpi o Jts kID 1 AU opr grdtiI a to PQIttlon Ziadilu lo 1c HLWrite for troCiKJoc F irll term opens August 15th qq4 TXT4GXAPN COLTU1 f y Lexqoi1Cy J i t Jliottm Mtbr e it bfldrcnlike1t 0W twerefer toeOe KBu e pccie It will qickIy cue alJ bitis4 W trHb ji + 1 ks yks wU sp S vMMfto the MyrMdy widw lU d i4 wtttit Dr J4 8in moi qy r M di Ua h tI f ff fffIflfJf fI IIIfff 11 1101 1 E t ttE ABOUI 4 TQW I j 1 t ttit tMii I Mit J t 3JJ ti 33I if Pine ifcpr thorn beef at ftyaps Pr ihj moai for Sale by j F Ryam 1 j For school I books anddtfpptie 20 iow Yimatt i Jy t School books tablets box papet and toilet articles at Wood AWimsatts We sell and recommend Reads Fertilize for fine wheat G D RbERTSOSON Grp to Wood Wimsatt forj school biokss slaves lunch kets book straps satchels bsI1 X tonjff Dagaia goneintQ thej butchers bus ness and will from now on keep the choicest steaks and roads J Pi RyANl Vood Wimsattare headquar t ys for school books All of the books used in the public schools on handSTRAYEDTaken IP I tip in corn field a black and white sow owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and other charges 83 4t t G H BusH d LQST From the sfecretarys office at Fan Qroiindsj a 9cJtagt jOJkfancy rieedls work Finder will receive reward of S3 for return oROB Non Sec Mr SB Thompson showed his promising young Chester t Dare filly both at the Lebanon and Springfield fairs He cap I tured two premiums pn colt and mare and colt at the former place and carried off three blue ties at thehomefair Who can come up to this MrsIJ Sherman Marti made 60 pounds of butter the past month AusgusH from tbTgB young heifersfone two years old last April another two tyears old in Juneiiin and ttfe third will not be twohj years old until the coming No 11mLoSTQO Saturday Septeni ber 1 between Fair Grounds and Mackville a handmade rounded headstall riding bridle with one rosette ifari ison pict ture Finder JOE pease notifyO 2L Mackville KyA Hon John S Rhea candidate for Congress in the Third dis trict and one of theablest Demo cratic orators of the State spoke at the Court souse hereFidonday night to a go6d sized audience Nlr Rhea spoke pn both State and national issues and his re philth were weU regeiyed by his wudice jovThe beginning 6wthe week a e1ondy for fismmarked tqe bpening of school andttTe jblestProfaSchooltdMrsatte h4SDtninjctp The annual Fall Hop givenpby the younfe nen of atfthe new Opera Hpuseton last Friday evening was a pleasant social eyebt Besides the home people there were quite a nuniiber of Visitors present and the i ball room presented st brilliant appearance The BafdstjwQ orchestra furnished tho music and dancing was enjoyed until alatelO 16Qurc l j The CoreR oke Uramatic QmpanycJosedaweeksengage ment atthe Opera House Saturday night withi a presentiion 6f that strong old play East Lynne Full houses greeted the company during the last three nightsof its engagement and everyone was well pleased with the show TboI company contains some clever people and their performances were always up to a high stand jard of meritior Mr Charlie Lee Grundy the prosperous young farmer of the Valley Bill neighborhood left in this office last week one pf the ears of corn on which betook first premium at the fair The corn is of the vallcw variety and this particular eat iMur flour teen inches in lea1liut there were other eri in theJol thati were Ipager Mr Grundy brought in the stalk tft meas urea little ove sixteen feetand the rst ear is nfspvfrom the ground Considerable excilenient was crstte4 im towM Monday after b1JoaW1A1borse at taehed tp a spriBg wjgoa lanc bi1lf4ging to Mr John A Tucker 4 became frjghtened and started down through town at a tw minute gait Fortti uately the frightened animal probably fee lag a Populistt keptn the mid die of the rdand although Iit tan andjvas tipt stoppled until it had gone about a mil j down the Blopmfield roadr did no damage to the vehicle or its cjrntentsIJ Mr Hugh M Noe met with rnt unfortunate accident fit the Fair Grounds on last Satujrday after noon by which he Sjastained a fracture of one of t140 bones in his leg between the ankle am knee His little boy was riding on the Flying Dutchman anc Mr Noe attempted to take thet child off while the tbng was inl motion and was throwjn and Iii leg broken He is getting on as well as could be expected but will be confined Whis home for- dsome time MMr jSriT Parkins and Miss Alice Lay were married ester day afternoon in 4 tie County Clerks office by Ber W M Stallings The bride i frpmpthe neighborhood of Car well this county and the gro is a near Paris Ill OJshome rived on the rain w minutes before the I sercinpnyv The newly married coupleViH return to Illinois to lye lrI LPerkinsman has been liar ed three imo gR1chidBrowne Quite a gloom was cast over the community pnlasb Sunday- smorning by the ne ws that Kichard Browne was cead Al thuugh the announcement had l 1en expected almost hourly for days ann even weeks tliltheb was a ss d one to his manys nds in the com unity toa whom he had endeared himself many ways The deceased ad been v great sufferer for the ast two years and fpr several months his life has hung by a t slander thread and every mo j ment was one of intense pin Which he bore however with great patience and Christian for B Richard J Browne was born ctober 3rd 1869 and was con- equenty nearly 31 years of age lthough afflicted from his early youth with a deformed and frail body his was a bright mind anda hisi life was one of activity and usefulnese After leaving school be engaged iIi the merchantile business in Springfield but later on studied pharmacy and em barked in the drug business and as an active member of the firma f Waters Browne until that firm went out of business abouto year ago He also owned some property in tlje countyv which he rented to tenantsa There was perhaps not a warmer o eaated man nor tiuer friend tr hoswh om he hkedthan Richt rd Browne He was eyer ready j extend aid to a worthy charity j nd in the business j 1hehe side of progress and enter j rise He always exhibited a rofound respect for religious matters and severalmonths ago united with the presbyterian church and his beautiful faith inJJ the great Creator supported him Iini in his last days of suffering The funeral was held at theI Presbyterian church on Monday t morning a 4s large conqQurEe fr1eds were renteastsd rites Bev 4I 0S tau a his pastbr PMCbf the funeral sermon anli the Ma sonic Fraternity and the local tribe of led jJen bpfe ijitnedI out and tookpa1n4loeQr cises at theravc Thrjee sisters are the nearest relatives who survive him and to them is ex extended the sympathy of the community ltd nr8trtrs it1ce- All persons having claims againsti the estate of Mary A Powell deceased are hereby notified to preseiibthe saute to me properly prolieitti I same will be settled Persons indebted to the estate are also notified to come forward and settle S G 1iLES3- AdmInstrtot b Notice to Taxpayers r i t l AtirinJ 1tito nie anH dep tiJarehere notified that if the sane arco settled by Monday September 24 that their propiertywillbe advertised and sold HB Pd WELL Sheriff W C To mk fine whe4V crops use ReadsfAlkaline Boos 0 DHbgER soit SoN tontt 0W Ju Waters at tjaa iiila ok kr aUb et icJ1io ioH to Cloclnriati to buy roodi Mr Perd SpaHisfcibf Bardetpwif Was here the first of the week Mlii Lydia MeSlray has retttrned froma trip to TorontoCanjria- 11Irs 6 W Horet of LbtOpvllle visited relatives here last week Mrs J L Wharton Ulw rettirnecl froiaa pleauit yteit to the Xtaato coastI oJIIff1 J4r Joeipb2edwlie4bJackeon rFYffaltedMi Laura MoOhord last week LMII abater whp has beea Tlalting the Misses Shader has returned tp LoulivUle Mrs Patterson aJetMr1Mat8yof Louisville are visIting Mr and Mrs JOhn F Byaa Mr Hugh Tarktogton of Danville was g guest of Mil laura McOhord irlng the fair tMrturned to Louisville after a visit to relatives here MrJ and MrS B D Lake have moved into the Thompson properly Lebanon road Mr DavIdWalker of Lonlsf lIt Is gueet at the home of Mr andreOscar Walker this week I gtbomeotMr S B Gray last weekpMisses LawrflncQand Bridges of Stwouis who have been the guests oft weekshaveMiss Bessie Snider and Messrs Ed ar and Hopewell SnIder of kelson aybrookehome l Mrs BalpbBoIdrick who as been d thasummerat ber old home Walker Heights this county returned i astvjeek is wl ih her baby to Her homes LoujsvIueu DlrIttlaveroyedIlSto tbe honse on Hieb tleloiIag to MrsJY Maye nd recently occupied by G 0 War ton and family yimong tbjose who attended the Bardstown fair from this place today jMoorejis Yeager Sadte Mayes Robbie Siminst yThosOJaybropkeL Lltsey Ben Haydon rGeo E Medley G B Ounnlugham G L Wharton J R Olaybrooke BenSSImms I H Thurman Qenn Q Wood Dr Hor4 and others i J Notice Tobacco Growers l I wish to inform the shippers nd growers of tobacco ot Wasp is lngtoa Nelson Marion and Boyle counties that I have made an arrangement with the B DCl ner Tobacco Warehouse Co jof t Louisville Ky to solicit con signments of tobacco to thorn nd will be prepared to make reasonable advances and furnish iks etc1 to parties who desire in hem to ship tobacco to the Louis ule market and I will make it point to call and Jffl possibly can between now and he time pf shipping and Iwould like for all of my friends who have tobacco tHat they will kely prize to remember niefi hlpMypresent omcerdri or Spring flail I reprc sent is an Independent House and own their pWn warehouse Jpropertyth Warehouse business for 80 years and wilE ssure all WhoI may ship to them courteous I treatment and prompt and best n fforts to get thOm good prices for their tobacco Titl arrnbeHaving boubj Yarra neara Lebanon I eeir rsill private l1v my farm of 21fit acres near the- o the Pleasant Grove church in Washington CotvKy This farm and improvements are among the best in the county The dwdlllngis- with atwp iStorj brick meUl root cpntainioff 7 roams All outbuildings are good I Nearly aUUthit Ja m ia in grass abuidancepf never Sailing water making it a good stock farm11 25 per acre willbuy this farm one half cash the balance in 2 to 5 years Anyone wanting a farm can address me at Lebanon t tPMuIejrF r Salef i tlj1av oif 810ft t thy pliic- etliirtrhead of tb cotoa mujes for feeders two years old AJsoj five fat sugar mules I have also 100 good native stock wes and some good Southdown bucks CLBLPN PURDOM at Penicki Marion Cb Ky DeWHt Little lUriy si an prompt t pOatable pkusaHt pcwe i1We1 pwiylac HaSI1Qbett i a 1 p lasMiigton collegiate IInstmtte SPRINGFIELD KV f 1HQSSEFTEMBEE 3d 19001 i l Thotoughins1ruandhighertoourstrictly PonSectarj n j TEMB EASONAeLE For fiirther particulars apply t6 the Prin cipal OB GRANT Springfield Ky MJPLrH1LL Frea Our Reu1arcerrepondn- tProtracted1 services are being conducted iii the Christian church atCbapllB Bev Baker prechertl charge Is assist bi by Kv Lampkih On last Friday evening Kev C H Neil the Methodist RevLarn1kintor cpntrbverled doctriq lPolUtJRey Larnpkin accepted the chal lenge provided tnat tire congre atlons of b0th churches were willing When the matter waS ay to a test yjbte the proposition as voted down The congrega ions decided that the debate would create strife between the twp churchesl Heretofore the churches have co Operated with pne another atd the best of feel ing prevailed Toe controverted point was as tb whether or nota mad canJiye without sin There one pont along this line well That 13 that the mostpf s could dojjust a little better han we are doing whether we reach a sinless religion or not Miss Fez pokendplpher left Monday to accept a position in Ashbury College She will teach Literature and Art Miss Feza one of the mjost highly accom plished ladies in this section of he state S ie possesses thatJ beauty ond grace peculiar to Ken tucky women TP these natural harms she has added a pleasing address and captivating manners he was educated in tb North and has traveled extensively The society df this community i lost one of is brightest jewels when Miss Keaaleft The facultT fortunate iin securing such a teacher and fOrtunate ind eed are the boys and girls iatcome utf der the influence lotsuch H cut J tured lady Mr Henr Bedford his gone to Loulsyille t9 visit his frIend Miss Birdie Rjwjaod M4 4 Mr Walter Briggs of Cbapr passed jthjrongh our village Sunday morniog i Mr Wm GrJgbrboaglt o ames BBasgwandba1f- or fprtyfive dlollars Mr Jessie jPHa is very sick with typhoid fever This section of the county was well represented at the Spring eld fairlastwjeek Mr T J 1rent bas gone toll Oklahoma on aj business trip For Siilft OP Trade ITwoNo1J Birdsell lover llers have been run two sea sons One Noj 8 Champion Rock Crusher onel Pony Saw Mill Brean n Ccjs make gxIase- w one 12 fP Huber trac lIon engiae five years old in perfect order f t W J IEBAPM P rr1vi11e Ky w t1eai F d the Bawcls- Kb matte vrba aila yu keadacbe to cancer YOU will1 neY lget welluntll your bbwola ere putnght CAJSCARET8 help nature cute jyou yrttbont a gripe or r pam produce easy natural move meets coat youj Just IQ cents to start getting your boal h back CABCARETS Candy Cathartic the genoiqe put up in Metal tjoxea eyciry tablet has C C C steaped oBIt ware of Itnltatloa- gTATHftM SPRINGS lFroUur 5pei1at CorreapOa4eat Mr JacoUiBuras who hiI besa very sick for spme ttae is npt any better at this writing Prof S3 N pritton our former singing teach r preached at Tatbam Spnngs Church Sunday o a largE congregation Bro has just begun preach ng He mae an eiceljeafr talk or a beKtnlr May he be an honored instrument is the hands of God of winning many soulsI tP Christ n Bro Ed Wjelkuof Xjaulsyille prMCbed for ii Monday fnijfht Bro Wells iis a brTght young maiiof fipe spfakiBtt tale and has a h ture brt rottHQtiQthI mM abj- e1y te fjb l w y Tanoey closed a 1ieetlngatFlrvI9wSund Mr Rust Foster and Miss vsitjngfriends gqtmarI Mr Jo P Johnson anti wife visited friends at Stinnett Sun day George Armstrong bought of George Snider a till mare for f80 wMiss Hester Rays has re turned to her home at Silvisa fool a short stay atTatham A young man we could Dame is yery sad A number of our people attend d the Baptist Asocialipri at Camden Friday Mr W Hugh itcnell and a- Miss Hok1ns elbped and era jmarried Sunday night- Mrs John W Foster Is very ick mt this writing She haste e an invalid for eight ears Mr Rufus Fester was seen in Willisburg Sanday with His best girl We think we will be able to report a wedding beforfl long Mr J H Goff of Fairyiew is very sick witn typhoid lever lIccIIIcel Dontlorget tto callon C Vf HagaTn head9uartesrortp r artdcial iceSit 50c PiindredCpjd storage in cQnnectjonwitb- Orlerttpre filled promptly the year round RomantlcStoly1o The following romantic story is told of Goy Willianr PDu vats first visit to Bardstown IJhe same story is told in Irvings Sketch Book as the early ex periences of Ralph Ringwood Gov Duval while a mere youth left his Virginia hofte and came to the wilderness of Kentucky to becpraea hunter He followed ttiis pursuit until thk spirit of discontentt siezed him and be de cided to quit the forest life and attempt the study of law While in search of a favorable town to- 9roseouhia studies he came to- T rdstQ Where he p tlpfor hre1iightL H had taken his Hup jP r and was strolliis np and lawya eyidently a visitor She was very pretty with auburn htlr and blue eyes aid was dressed In white DayaK bad seed no jjirla excjipttthe biizo uonesof ttii iorescsIooebsbadlePftich- mn4 This oDe was so djelicate and daintylo kiag anil her white dress so dazzling tbat never before 1f as thef poor youth mare fascinated and bewitched AU at once David thought be wpnld kiss her Not taking time to think of the consequences the- darlngvoathsteppedlightly iiW the room She was seated with her pack 10 jbe door auddid rnot hearliis apprPtch TsTppinjrher chair lightly caused her to trn and look p when he snatohsd a kiss and vanished in thetlark esTije next moment he mounted his horse and gal9ped away The young lady warMi s Nancy HynjBijt Duval i I9Onafl r wards returned to Bardstpwn aDd settled and was admlttedtO- the bar Not long afterwaxdsjhe and Miss fifoes were married lhe npist where the yognxitrl was sfaytejc when Duval stOle the kiss is tho Newman house OH the southwest corter of the puB 1tesquareBardstownObservei Watermelons to I et Dont forget to call on dlw IJaxanwliejlYQuwaut a fresh i e1onust off the ice keeps a ffesh supply always on had Call and see butn and cpnviMe yourself J CMt aearahsl4kiy IaId- eritaatojcII= Bat twalitu1alJaypAr54 thee QaII7 eir- aat UIM le7J ifry ajust- wii eat Wve a aCer Pale ittm ales r Ip5t swlIlngaes- daieueFar sal by H yck k- ouDugs4sta Kobwt t I Ti j t 1tJc6hord WiiAiHi EoioiIi r x t i i 1Por tte logl TstsI 5 1 titT prt 4tt 4 t tt wi + 3 ii IddiOSiifldd 6entlbi br1f of +eSII t iII rrf f IJJ I f r i i T ti rlI ISh t t I iif fnI nftt J pi i J 4i a J t 1 11 ItJ Ljii L1N westaidBstThingsjn i1 E1ir r rt2jt F I C19tJjJflgShocs 11 iJ t t I mau i r t Stlrtsar tiWWi toi 1Iil 1 I ViAre ftm Faiious For Selllllg terGsii4 I JNOYMA E JOH1IA tMMS MnYES SThWS ilildertakerstot v StjMttiwrt F DealersFf r 4 f Ji V Ii CJarry a full fine of fine Fur ttiture Bedroom Suife fiiae Eocking Chairs Carpets aud Picture Erames r ji i Our Undertakingt Department t 1 Jj Vii v 7it4r tJCt r Robes aiwayson hand Calls answer dprombtiy Vi- H CSV i iLv itll ip Y pr Qa e y Iti We Lead The PrOOessioni i With Buggies Pheatons Sinlr reys andM Driving1 Wagcms winch you will find stiictlf ftrstcliws and uptodate We keep at ware house fiill ofVehicles from which one niay a seleoiipn to suit ones taste and pock eibpak f t i y ii tPr Vfe also handle the Old 1H gOD one of the best m the worM r MonnRMIIAftDTUOl H Plows1 tod all kinds pfJFarming Ip1ozpr FEEDiANB SEED Q t I CASHm U t j tfLi tSj l 1 iiri r THOMPSON n LID SPRFIELDIIPC1 J BAMSf Cft4 i5if lll4 MlMi i Splendidly 1ipa L eo oorya of leaehw t V t tkk wockn Art MvMof Utentfy A ad Colieg CeuntB KloeirtkHi B in 4a Xqcesal Dspatnt Coihm usual Far iefrte Prk jaod cItOelopeIa Btptttfcbcr 10 1900 321eio I J GkZE1WELL PreaiMnt I SpejflOO t AA 1jt- J k i BJtRDSTdt i y4 the Lzt IIII STae is SW7 oa9ases4 b ataI- rewua b4 dr iii f Tr r 7 hWashington l etter jT tpuo ti d Wstoit Stfl 2 1m rur bi tb Mr pow ht uIt jatti s 4Io4I1 k Cbk fr gIft M aftrewnettt JatUte efber pow r iMKris tent followed by iT 4 trili England is 1Q IcIg qeedy Several mtiagaf tle Pabi kLye I 4bessi heL4 ikT pveek tocnider- ouiikaioqsfroia the aIIied MOW rw o tbiquastinl of V wtMsiN be doee with Chink yetUnii j I peroc tl Gwmamy intends to i make the murder of the German i iiIIM r In Bekin a reason for lelariBK war agaiast China Di th t a t1L1c ao r k tJsi pirpoes QiaI11 t1at COunt Wataersee who jIi to have cgmnjaad and 4 the imry GenblTn reUfbrce tteats iowoetke way way get a to China before his real purpose 1 Jilslo e L This brernment- f i ppod W war believing that 4 a atif actory etttk men team be reached without it and if tIt can get the pport jjf a sufficient toJpreYentit At least that is the 9beije erf UM President and hi1 J dns i adthMwht Uiey reworkift O rfPrJf T I t ovuasezpsuaionVisc with abig E Speaking 00 th subject in Washington h411he said The Philippines do not begirt tote as far from 10 WaMhingLot today as Otljfornia Yw JfLjr vera ago The time will oocae whe an American cit jjiien wpijd ad rnoe think jofjji VLbePiIippines than he JrP WJt kof surrenderiogCal j to Mexkj Conservativer l dSlJe lways oppOsed to iprog ress Bandit was Dotto be ex p ce l that tie acquisition of the PMaipprtcoujd 6e accom pitetKwi witLoutajBttafe Even thse now most radically op pd to it iI predict jffiirjthn lees than a tqoreVcf H3tlometo acknowledge le wisdomi of lite akeadyJacC PIShiltth Piitenl had asked Ex PriInt3Harriod aotVIeve Jfa to serve as two of the four American representatives on tie JjSle tatiOnaU oard ofLrbitra infvdPd for by the trety aitejU d by Co Peace Convdn4 4o4 at The Hag1 This isa ttuth jEuroppao najtions W bUlh siKoed that jtreatjr thai tfasfroternorent expects it to be carried out in good faith Bgf 7T C Crettshaw Stat Bail road Commissioner fbe Gee r jciis in a telegram notifying ihv- in Department of the death oj biaoe Jtiink Creoshaw 1ound received in the rhpl forJt1e liuke of aIt who baveIalIen thre irfsps ofjheLrcoun t YsbQnoi that the flag under lzich they sacrificed tLeirIiVe- thayaaye b9puI1cd dow Jlpet jof the tlstble activity it- dlIUclcircies can be tacea to tbelfloppdrs n who arejurnish ing idtmrf trijtiiiir object lessons onk Idljrejrefrce fqthepoint of viiiV iffWnf up thesame object I For tnstanco1 Mr George C Gor 1l eReubicau- Ior 1 Jbt of the Demo ratic cam 4 pfiijcttiexfbookt which lauds y MrIkyaa tp tfho skies becaus1 dftwtat IV elai tos to lJhis con aLiutiocaA attitude ward thj tPiiilippinea while Senator Stew art1 p eraela whn was one bf M l1ryan most ardent sup fOfljifourj Ji ajgfoj openly charges Mr Bryan wfth beingit traitor to his country because of lila attitude toward the Pi1i1 r IThere W plenty of hunoi iiUta Presidential catnpaign Lut itceVoulylwi eeoby thosqi wilt have the faculty tiWlaying aside whatever parllson prejudice they rfew are without somewhen 4eiross of joyingtbei funiiy I tta toatwt said mid done usf der Ri 31spur partisanshipJ Gee Chaffee who is now only apo Pr I Ltie reguhr arms iU though 107 tiolds the com mis it8l ta9 rI n ral r Yojun leers tHn1be made a brigadier gisratiD tfc ryfnlar army as a iwaril r his work in Chins to Moe GJ Wheeler who will btt 4 j aKelua1t4tI Frl iWIEN rkReqj ifFy would ieatto- wj nFoleyi xiiia cs the wean s s ot bodyTh d 7ickche bisdeabe M4e w 0 i u opea rl r a911 T1i1Jn tbaWWMWV 6 dadS Clind1Ct artlf JiIM ero oD Jl t Edited by a KIng T iere Jsak lea b one new piper which is edited byifc king In firaway 1ew Zeala tlere4 A tnuairtpeWLt 1iJ4a h nghsh aN native tongue andcaled the- Pleledee or Seven Stars It editor is no less than jhis Royal Highness Tawhiao It 1s tru- ett this potentate iis nbtan iiii dependent sovereijEjn bfltwiein he descends from thet royal tnrone to the editorial chair 11heHow To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to irfain a polaNd m day by taking an ounce of SCOWS EMULSION It Is strange but itoften hapISomehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the festive machinery goiruprop eriy so that the patient b able to digest and absorb his ordinary i food which he could not do bei for and that Is the way the gain U made ux Ascertain amburit w flesh is essa for health if gotthave byJta3t i StIllS fIISIH Yota wit rlftd t IlnM ill wiMertr are we upea- it iea COtT cIIId IrIOWNE 00 atJilrugpst So Private laterrieir CpnW 1 ha v5 4tow ulnute private conversation wjth your he asked as he stood at the open door of a la yerfl office in the Loan and Trust building the other afternoon Cat you peak right out from where yod aref asked the lawyer in reply titter looking tholraah over ur rather ujakoiaprlvnto inatfcr of it What te tho nature of your busl WxCoutldentlnJitrlct1y prlrato and coalidcntlal sir Well I have no timo to igrant you a private Interview If you have anything to 1oucnn Jet her go right here Now what Is itT 11L I wanted the kH ot a quarter sr7 stammereH the man Oli you did Anti yoU wanted a private Interview to iisk m thatr Ye sir I knew tliatjf would hurt both ouf LHHngsff f wr refused In public youra because you couldnt gf ford to loan me the money and mine because I couldnt get It Can you grout my request 1lri Jio 6UT fejrHngaNotn that j my feelings one thd only ones burtr Youra nloncJ IJqst sot S1d the man ni lie bQwoo and bacIe1 QUt Tjbeff your pnidoti I mlstalronl You have rtenioney and feelings and I have the feelings ito ihonc tr Iinpossible chasm use In trying to bridge Good dayl YoshingtoRfdit t 1 1tck in Your Mirror aearnUnthdiainnil form These attractions are ieresnt r gpodiea1th If ihcynTe abiest fhero dietinUyHralthymeiitruI11yrg utreterrwhcuMoELREE8 W1ne ttafti andhealthfIttrouble Thee is no menstrual disorder ache ot pain which it will not cure It is fOr the budding girl the busy wife and the matron approaching thecllange of life At every trying brlagahea1th deal9rsFor requiringspeeialI gaTelU4 OenaySiTeia= atbsInmbcadn4 tcab Cbut = 8wcct music tpca1z to the henry and soul and 1ig1zthnamiy of ue burdens If you have over heard the soetton titcgcr Piano you will ippfeciato thU To reaclil ho highest standard of excellence1 hs always Men aim in tho nmnufac ture of tlio Celebrated StgerP1ano Onlj tOitifltit groutIuribUityi hSEc tf1b i1os ort ghlY c1lulppod- wt tLiqb oetimljrov d lcbID cry located at Stcger are among tin targc tinthe west tnl nclfBft purcbUsefii UJftnd it profit ablo io vjjtf fgr tUB UescnipIvoata1ogue 1J1llllcalJ tffli Wtt DeepClean JlNobenubytltrintr tobnihbytakirgCatsiitjali satisfaction cuarantced 50c He OodreA- 53iero Is a young man In Brooklyn i1sqlhtJlattractive 1copVonrinlty as over Comes to one lie accompanied a charming yo ng woman to ji church t4dIngon tbu park iIope anIartvvdi at about the tiaid thebride groom were due Tb9 young womati with him was dressd sueilat ns the daa4iihewa1k1t1i church with her escort the organist began to play the wedding march The couple however lasteadOf gHng dn to tthaltar stopped Id out of the not far from tlje pont Oiip othqc uslierJ tfame forward and told them that the clergyman was vvnlf lpg fig them and their friends near percciv ing jthei situation urged them to re lheybungwOmab ing but the young man to his ever lasting disgrace refused to move and If helllvea to hls dyjng day the people who know thfr girl say that H igh will not h4ve another such chance for hap- piziesBooklyn Eagle The Rent Jaa ntdd A tFjtitcr giving some pcraonnl rnein orlea of Mr Blackliiorc says he could not bear with patience any praise of Lorna Coone All the world Jbas been told that Lorna Dodne Is hlsgrcatest work the work in which bis fame will live but says the writer etrange to say Iii as far as his gentle nature was capable of irritation he almost resented the mere inentloa of the book Once J inquired of him was there a real Jan Ridd 4Oh yes he eald tilling hla plpe anew And was he the glorious chap hes made out to be In Ixjnm Uoone- Certaliil not aald Mr Blackmoru he was dteeatfet brute New England Home Masa lui J Am Odorlcn DUlBlcctant If one objects to the ouor of carbolic acid be may use for the plumbing1 tit odorless disinfectant prepared as folf lows Dissolve half a pound of per mncganatti of potash in four gallons at- water and pour this carefully down the pipes This solution If allowed to stand In bowls or basins will stain them purple The stains nlny ere moved vlth a wen solution of oxalic acid The acid must be rinsed otC mediately afteri lt has been ufced Ladlea Home JournaL Cracjr to Kxppet It Har4uppaSay old fellowj lend me a hundred villyou RlggnAiiundrcd wliat- Harduppe A hundred dollars I Riggs Oh stop your joking Harduppe earnestly Jcikhjg1 I waft never more serious in hiy life Iio brokoRiggsMy f dear man youre not broke Tftoro cracked Cathol1c Stand ard andTJmea KodolDyspepsia Digests what yon Itartlficlally digestS tiietood eatINature In strefigthqniatf structing theexhausted gaDS Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonio Kb other jpreparatibn can approach it in enlciency It Inj permanentlycuresDyspepsin Nausea1SlckHeadacheGastralgiaCraippsund nIl otherrfisults ttil perfect d Igestton Prepared byE C DeVVItt ICe CIcQ80 WOOD WniSATT Druggists To Cafe Constipation trcrov r Take Ciscarels Caiidv CathirUc atsa i C taU to cure druKBlsisTcftinU mono iS- S SiFiFJEK1 l I rVMuUmKi II iivcrifelaW ii- tThii ot unthe ipeop1e elelcrlIJijl t reoontt J t ii Lt I blade a Eetaon ioebM Se 70rt 114 sad Pepper Set e4ck mptepUtaon metal n flee EnglWi Knife triple ptete best qultt plate qusht Stamp Bar tteritniciIlTer ifKnireKeen Kntur two Butcher Knife Keen bass raKeen Ktttter8lBeb Nut Qacker afL iflyei AUrm Clock nickel Genuine PiiilU wd JII 8poeafJ JU flsn4 kii hIIldiII A real IIUIear New York Mr Fmuk Groves cfnlns his t1l e 1tq many sl lgular c upSi 1Mt Itoo oddesttone hrip V t t iPCDld Cop1lng to Mr Grilies In tlm etootbaf11tenmsicr York polo crounda on TuaaUpglv Ing Jay L OB the occaaWn mentioned Yale and Princeton ksci ae4 taI4 had we t J t walked dflppcr young Princeton man and girL Going down Broadway at tho Vct04qGlIyoung the street they spied the ItU1C tan pair Then jstlHJn silence moved by single purpose the ralfi men formed a circle and as the other pedestrians mn oay for them they went around and around the Princeton pair At first the young man was surprised then an gered end at last lhe raised his cane and made daah for Hbertri whereup on the Yale men stopped and without word teU upon him as they do In football quietly heavily And Quickly llbea straightening themselves again Into aUoc stopped moment and In concfcrt raised tljelr hats to the thoroughly frightened girl antI silently resumed tbjlr march down tho street Baturdny EenlogIost rat waIIto Honor Mr Stevens Clubwomen of Chicago are putting forth their beat Energies to name the parcatal school sees to be built toy Uup board of education after Mrs Alzlna Po Stevens who died fw weeks ago Formoro than two years Stevens worked assiduously to hajye the bill pass the legislature firinllyPsuc coeded After her return to Chicago Mrs Stevens worked with tbo bowd of education to secure an appropriation Alltcounter but she overcame them and now the money Is ready the site chosen and the principal selected but RyLta Stevens could not live to see tie consummation of her plans the clubwomen urge that certainly should be kouorod by the city Lollvli the Bylavr Rufus Choate once by overwOrk lied shattered his health Edward Everett expostulated with him on one occasion saying friend you are not more you will ruin your constitution Oh replied the egnl wng the eon stitution was destroyed long ago Im living on the iiylaws Some of the greatest nshlng grounds of the great lakes are In the Georgian bay district From the deep andl clear of Georgian bay thou sands and thousands of rocky Islets ilse 1lJ r Atlnlnrd Forgive mJiuj dear said the gos sip humbly but tltotiKhtli ssly men tlonrd to Mrs llrowu the things that you told ute In strict cotitldeiuf rhere nothing tofforgive replied t the wise plc wjutljj It was thPIOltoPost rolrjV HdHeyCure iia pure medicine and crntainsrc- oncentrated remediesform recog nlzed by the most skillful of the medi cal profession as tho most effective agents for the cure of kidney arid bladder diseases Haydoa Robert eon eat with appetite Digest with Con fort and sleep with Tranqulllr inion1 doso of Dr MA SIosLivrMedicnc occasionally l f mm IIPUBLISHED I i e a1UI1MtroEof ttl1taut yolltkal tfeWol He century = CIWMd tM ntloaseyts were slm yet turn By BE nCGIIES W BCHAEFtlK and TV1IIIAMS One Large Octavo Volume Over 100 ZUactratloB Cloth Extra 8175 By Vail Poutapa Paid Receipt of Price This work Is Jhe production of three Louisville newspaper men whd have well performed their labor ah un biased manner giving full vivid a and truthful nntthot the most ramarkablo ever took a place In this country With a fie pen cfi vast fund of Incident eand record tho authors have produced a moat fascinating volume of history and at the lame time a reliable handbook ftujts thatnrin be used a book ef eferenc9 for ycars to come rlz5tCIAs Agenb wantui For Unoccupied Tttrritor Addreu THE ROBERT CLARKE COHPI1ST Nea 81 38 sad 85 East Fourth Street ClaciaHotl Okie a SICI1IssSIsSI SAVE YOUR theeightY4leslaas eieeeQec STAR TAGS tStartln tagS ow1ng t manstnrsprnfccl on under sldo of tag Horse Shoe J T1 Good Luck Cross Bo wan d Drummond Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in secur lug presents mentioned bolow and may be assorted Every man woman and child can find something on tho list that they would 1ikto have and can have tE EBZ io11I6d1uojt EniloOM cooAiteel irKaue Silt qntdT whlta J 5TreacflBriLrWOcdP1Ni6 ground BaUer I triple b tc Knttcr Mil a it et isiXaocIiiiiIhetquail is misers1 T 381Esebest Flji cet n clIajap2oii1way there a a a a a a a Mrs and Is Vff s on IlIydear If cold waters r Object Is woman a i To y JUST P K Ji a on aIn a of PUBLISHERS S Titrl i ua Six etch GeuIfM Itocoy Kairei ud- bettplMednod IendrTherrnometer Barometer U Qua leaUttrno better made Berolrer tatoaaUe double or is cauber550Tooi sotp1srta1a irtools n Set decorated porcelain very basdionie mtngton iii W 4ii cr51 ca1ber fafleweiedi551isitaa4dll lscbln nt wIth iuicamesti 551 II Revolver Oht s S3cUber blued 1500ftII MandoUn tC7 bDde1aaL IIWluthe51er Repeating 85cc B1icbl5T ialaet- SbotQi51or14gse is Bicycle MIadr1 lns5 iidi 9 J Dimjrit tbamner1eu o DegtasMasio lies i5ij nc1flisc THE MOVE OFFElTEWttES NOVEHtERSOTH 1900 03TBEAE IN HIND tfcat a dliHioB worth of STAR P1C TBACCO wlIllaM loager R1581f50J kaerpleastiretlMiB a Hm a worth afauf ethertrand KfTST A TCB JJ=133uJuSTl Send UM CONTINEKTAJri TOBACCO CO itLtte Skin DiseasesTT- When M the excretory orgAJw fall to carry off the waste material from the system there b an abnor mal rlil ccumnlatip J of effeSe matter which poisons and clogs the blood and it becomes 8our ana sold reachingthEesemTatter f sevtWhilea blood icat I fuDyeonUnuedtm fflsep 1is more thai skte lecp lie onrt circiiIIii1SI Misnet J Iell dgtIosadS SS natures owi remwly made orroots hejcbs and barks of great purifying and tcnical prdpcrtka l qvkkly and noriasihealthj1 w permanently leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack 55Ha1thidotis andSkbiDiseasesJwo J rtiLEY Presldonh G o DE1iNY VJcePrdeideut to It ThINflTi1flI IVETMET 130 tSilBANOf AADDAMS Manager f 0 VR GROWTH Certificate to September 1898 u 1900 L i 72 JJISTRIBDTIOH OP TiE o BRABGH 26 1900 l Amt 2d Coupbn Recd W ARubel ife 80 24- 0HRNes6itt1 20r J 60 WP Myers 200 600 R TEdeleu L ZOO 610 Tohn Rubel 200 600 Mrs Jessie VanMeter 2- 40WWRubel0 600 Mrs Katherine RubelI 80 241 W W Lliseyt200 60- 0CMFaulkuer200 600 J C Carrol u so 240 H Ptirdy 40 120 WT Conwav 160 480- CRCaskey 120 RoySthithJ40 60 120 Cecelia Harcourt 40 120 Jos Irvin 200 600 J McKenria 120 3 60 w HEvans 160 480 Miss Carrie B Johnson 401 20 Mrs RQse L Jbhnso = 2 600 W G Matson 2 600 Third Distribution of M Y Am pd ouj Amt 2dC upon i Mrs PtDr Lexii fSl000MaryhigtoiiIcy2oo 6 05 Ella Thomas Hexing f Tt inKy 80I 240 J Chime i zOO j 600 Lip O ter2OOI 600 Oliver Kelly Jc 400I 12 00 John Buchanan Lou J isville Ky 200 600 B Pi 14 1100 Len Spaldingr 2 6 00 withheld L 20 no 60 00 W C Carroll 600 SainT Spalduiff + 00t 600t C Crouclus 360 crt elsoa 12 80 240 Aril Pq on Alntl hit uponIRecd Name witiihiejd30Herbert Gilniircc 90 2 70 JN Weaver j 45- 0MrVACiarkiso 450 M M PerkiiisCrab Or Ky90 20 JiTFaJlkner 150 450- JREdmiston Crab Or chard 40 J i Owiley or Staiifoird 1JO450GeorKcB Cotipcr Stan f v ford 1y i so JSstherM 430 Burch Stani ford Ky 60 180 G W DeBorde Stanford i 50 4 50 Nellie White Lexington 180 jMargarctj sSO Sprrnfffield Ky 150 JW 450 Putnam 50 450 J J Brooks Crab Or i BUSINESS 111SHOR necessary preserve that clear smooth skin and beautiful asn by n1tS S S can be upon with certainty to keep order has been curing blood and skin diseases frlaIf a eta can show such a record no poisonous minerals is purely vegetable and harmless is in tharge ofUhysiciansof larecperience1a treating whowill tAke p1easureinaid1ngbythciIaviceanddIrcboil aU and freely your case your letters are held in strictest JA EDGE WM P PAn1usII Seftiy and Tress Accountaht t BRANCH Paid ITolders 9 631 60I y May 1 000 00 mm AFRIL AmtPdlon W W G 00 00 Rccd Potts i W Doom G Name Ko Q U chard 60 relied fully about Am t Pd on Am 2d Coupon Recd- MarionKatherlftKnott 40 12C Joe Proctor Cnott 40 120 Mrs Mattie R Rnott220 3 i- 0MKnott4O0J 1200 J F Harbourt 2 00 600 Ida B Faulkner 200 600 Jane Addams 40 120 R 1IGreeneFrankfort 2 00 6P0 Jane Buchanan Crrb Or chard 1Cy200600Brrch Buchanan Crab Orchard Kv 80Jo 240 j WMiiiB l tr 120 360 J M Rains 20 600 H Murray J 200 500 R L Fcsbitt X 200 600 WT Hawkirisi 2 00 6QO Mrs E DPotis Taxing ton r200 600 Mrs Mary DennyLex ington200 600 A Addams 4 00 100 Lebanon Branch 26th 1900 ly150 ttt AmtPdonAmt2d MrsA PiCarter 200 600 Charles Pattison e400 1200 W FEdmonds c 2 00 6 00 John y Rinehart 4 00 1200 Wade Richardsj 4 00 12 00 A Addams Jr JJ Z 40 100 B J Lancaster Jr 200 6 00 Harry Lancaster 4 00 12 O HvP Cooper j 4 00 1200 James BelL L 2 620 B W Phillips 40 100 Spalding Cabbell 2 00 600 Mrs Lizzie Spalding 1 20 t3OO Belle Hodges 40 1 20 Ann Jacksoi 40 120 Lightburn Owens Lexingiofn Ky 8 2 420 Hugh Brown 4 1 260 r Amt Pd on Aint 1st Coupon Jiecd chard Kym m 60 iBO T D Rainey Stanford 60 1 80 w SBurCh Stanford 60 180 SJTatemCrab Orchard I 60 180 Edmund 1L iJavisoh Springfield Ky 1 50 450 J J McCabe Springfield 2 10 6 T S Mhy s Springieldl 50 4 Mary E Hewitt Stan 4fordJKy 30 90 14W Coakley Grcens burgKy 150450D- ick Brownrt 30 9- 0lW Twvman 30 90 Mis4 Mary E Rowntree 1 50 450 Miss Mollie Harrl 3 00 9 OO Mrs Maria Hardesty 1 50 450 Mrs L C Shtick 150 450 Mattie Johnston 150 4so Mrs J Aiiu Pood 3 00 9 00 TheLcx5irj 0 i Investment Qcmpany does business on a life in rancebas si by reversing the plan ItLive Insurance Companies pay large sums to the few of their members who ifdie We pay a smaller tim tpallo oirmembersastheircoupensdiC The Lexington Investment fjfiarantecs to jny to tsTihembera three doljart for evprycite redeivcdfrtm them ThejLexiijgton InvestincntCo is an iniroveineltt vera lSthcr plaiis fIn veUmentCoH r p Bzcanse it pays fliO money 2 Because after the ihird payment the memberis eligible to receive a cash income which inpreases his payments inthe menntime decreasing until the certificate is killed 3 Because it redeems Jt coupoiisiii a regular consecutive order an2 has no so called numeral drawings or lottery features attached to it by which it is possible tc favor the few kt the e cpehse of the many 4 Because after three years if the certificate Is not killed the hiolIermay obtain a paid up certigpate and Cease paying on same his remainiiig con Pont ingredecned ther aftier in their regular order Our strength Hke life iinsurance lies in our membership but unlike Life Insureour field of business is nnlimitc1 as everybody Isejicible to member hip No medical examinktiou required TSCOTT MATES Local Agent at Springfield IA EDUCATIONabsolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win SUCC Injife This Wing conedded is or lint Importance to get jrour trala jag at the school that itanda in the very treat akIBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE KY COLLEGEII Seven experienced teachers err a one spec A 1st hi his line Graduates of this coUo preferred in buiiincss houses Write for beautiful book glv ling testimonials from grad OlLtes occupying jiroml- nottt positions nil over tho United States It be mailed to you REE Tho school is In sessto i tho whole year no vacations students cun enin iitt nnfire REAL ESTATE AGENCY t t JNiJ SHW tocELROY and BABE 6 WHARTON i SPRINGFIELD KY We dtal in farms and iayo Jietod with us a lot of good ones in Washine ton county at prices to bOlt If In need of aftth1ng1notir lino give us a call or if you have property fqr sale we may fix4pnrCber for you f0urfetedif wo railIAnyoDlCndingskctch and defORof any invention will promptl1receive Our opinioni free Con ccrnit1cPMpaten ability of sarno Row tt Obtain a Patent eent pon requtti Fatea secured through ius advcriiaed for silo at our expense Patent taken out tkroufeh us receive special tioticet vnthont charge II To PTIIIiTRI0GRb anUltiStrated dwidsiycircuItedjosnal 0aiiSI by Manufacturers and Tnyestora 1 Send for smap1ecopFREE I Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys vans Building WASHINGTON D C 11Ecztlllpies Cured by B B B Bottle Fee Ip Sufferers Does your Skin 5ch or n rnDis tressing Eruptions on the Skiti so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do Scabs and S1esformon the Skip Hair or Scalp Have you ificzema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples pone Pains Swol RunIDown Skin Pale Old Sore Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symp toms of Eczema and Into ritiesand Poisons in the blood To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makc4 the blood pure and rich B B B wil cause the sores to heal itchingof eczeinatostop foreverj the akii1 to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the rem edy you 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Irteby anoccasiobaldoso of Dr H A Sin mon liver Medicine Sparta of liar Remedr There is at least oho wonian hi Ken t wood who bcljoycs thoroughly In the agotierventure that looked rather upcertain But his wife had strong faith tb tt1 would turn out welt hGo ahead Johnt she 8adand let us put our trust the Tx rdl I pray every night that may haye nore son to regret the risk we are taklng The pffntr seemed to turn out pretty well right from the start Handsome t dividends were paid all through the summer and during the winter and great Joy was In the home of this men and the sharer bt his fortunesIBut there came aturjralH ut a teonth ago The business teased to pay and SInce then the losses hnYe been increas tug every tiny rot Ing was said about Itat tlieflrcside aro ind which so muck happiness iiadiceote red during tbb rutI yeajr until the other day when It was BUgisestcd by the we tried husband that it wquld be well to cut down expenses Questions followed Rsa matter of- ctiurseuud then it 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