You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 25, 1901. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1901 new1901042501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 25, 1901. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T h ZWStEADfl ItbII- i I Jury 184 s b11 oi tIM 16 w 01 fo miiiiIMrd J JrruLi t t c c 7 t l f l 1 Cri SWIINGFIELD WASNTO tcjij AHRJL lffi i iJO jttFiJ r CRHirmo MRdos d I t pjwrAKERe EMBALMER6Xr XurCdiuaUktIlo Xi kJrga 0U DtKEOTOjIY it u1GIwL IiJr os e Leal Lr i = I I Wus ss J n r yIl sII u1 d 4tLdUjiIIIt S bsk 1 S imur milk 1 1 Pss 11 JIOIMIs- uoat 1IvoYus zAj tlftJax tuokyLiWk r P iustIvs t tMs sMs fl I Prysri b tlIpYltk Xy I r i I r Uirr DIRECTORY MMMH W T OvovH cstfciftm W t iMrtk b a pitais7 XI sOlOIr e ll yw710M1rcIIdolt 1C alJrVCHHHtr i M trtr urtit WkL tb aJle3i41 J1y aHOeWJer 0tb1 Iciis OMTt ST P t1CSt M tUJ KM Ithe LouLtt 1 WiLir OoNaTTKjfatyte CXtetr Ar=U y Wft1IW I au Oic DMi 1YtIt4i IIeIMMC F feet ceyG pfeyer tP OBry AMUMC 1 r 1 I owt YTIj Jfc JteattetMry Coreaer Ct pIIINiLRi4TSP1 wxiIttt ieeJ v1e 4t lSS 4T BCkyb oe te cfey Attenmy L iMftIno r 10bsatua17Ar-yad r CHUftCGTOfig 1 5 A PTIST CHURCH zl yCJP atetciI6 Sn4 tbIeewo4yMBTHODIST GHURCH c I Yd LratWt a tar Sroc s on rlrllt aMnri81t tu a Wi ItUpa PR1S3YTMUAK C U CjJ II eYIOwoJ i pOiv Iy ThY of LIQ PtIVCJr HertFlUMM Piyt 8rrik i er a1y U s wek I Bervtcea Uk 0lIt LuevMUlay fa e U tin Methodist k OOOLL xtNI1ODS eIJ 40 f IteM1e4eNo laveac wt z2C1Up terNc 27aeete lIQe 0trbkLd tcLXe IIM ey y- t f i Ieac coipe vePY teetictw ii d fetrfeVeaiejr In etc mcmth KiHMi M pWtXOLIIM8S evi H3co friL OtuCKlhWK TrnlJ 1 31eM8 W1 Wrlckt fa wJc lw Xcr Ball w4 0L4ilbdNTIMS TABLEr irrinl HI Hpirtiri if TraJutlt w = dY t 21 rin A 1IIpriec1ekt L 6 5YR4y JIW 1M lf a1i M CIoMJiM 4iit47fo 1187u WWII 2 t3 011 BurtrTI Mrj i 1 11 r ew Si3 K L 6Mr 0W IG 8411 K I8I 4Tl4rvI41e 1Iiil h 15IIQOI csrst f4y 1 tJ MBircbtownJiwct 7 lt5 WIt ri W i TU r at VSf1ab4rarka wS1 La 1X pk IIEASES tf mo WalofaI db C t iIm If e 0de 0sl hiT t rr W rn12 Nb4LtL4ith4 1 It r t t 4NoJ COJrN1rNTUCrtY jMBURTONCQI CA 1i 1t 1t1t Ii L Odds and Ends of Gossip11I I a i i0 k f n in OldlerTtucky fvn iIi eM Xwrtscky OahcudRIEIj And potHk i 1sbt1ItI JoMS Mp aI8Mhonthkipl I kMf AMI to k talk honswipigIawa1k 4MKtieky III M sli97kMy1igJNH Wj wL 0friewrnniMMihot KiiniU Black Jwmn CM Thrg Jpmped thft track coodOi pltetal trs bklaka ow Je JHt delightful U oWXeattlc1ct Tbcrts rows now jevdry mlaate SOM are ont wltb tLemaeJdne LanKttta JaWpsfoHBd folks say AMUMkl cm old KaraM Day I AM M cBimit4ed it were told Wks WM only three yuroldserTiMes Tattler n INDUITYA big Idiitryud one which ii given very little thought lby the average is the or daysidea of the immensity of busiiiess it this point can bey0gathered from iis deahedlocal representative ofa isville produce house buying shipping poultry and eggs froii this place Mr Hord says that since January first last he feu bought and shipped from J sandJAbJtit i t eggprotootutWreme jre ktare bought up by hucksters who make vegulai4 tups through the country and bliy the product dir ct from tbefVrmersor rather a from the farmers wireS We I venture to say that if reliable ures could bp obtained they would show that the amount ofr reveoe received each year from sale of poultry and eggs uld compare favorably with tha citunfyADd yet the average farmer considers that chicken raisitig is much too Email a business for 11m to engage in and is only suitable for th0Ia women when toe fast is many att faraer would far betterand payt the mortgage on his f liDti sOoner did he devote some of the time and attention given to borMs or dattle to pDultry the Uebct reveniia producing ir- a l try of the firm k q V elTrLE D4k4GEThe india 14 cations arl that the damage 1a door to fruitbI the recen t cold snap was small although some al fruit growers claim thatJis peaches are injured to some ex test Tiicudy weather and Klldestost from being effective and lI although there was a slight skim QfJce on two nights the freeze Pasthe buds One reason why the damage will ba small is the facts ere have bebh few really warm ays itis spring and consequent jaj j j yanced fpS iffftr from a slight t frost W shiP8tQt county raises veryfew peaches anyway and as oples and other friiit are fehsapath effect of the frost here is l n significant There is some com plaint aKong farmers of damage o yoiug clover a good many haying Melds of tbatorop which was just at thilt tender stage of ht J known as being 4Untbe crook 4 4 ASC crOOD The entertainment If5 BlubSaturday night was one ofetht3t best muics1 producttOns evertt joyed by a Sprinsfield au ieicrThE1 people art arti ts l eirveryoneereghib adw o which tuned oiit wbatjtItboq f Wr II 9r4 IJ v the Anmpuforup a jretystiff guarantee and iit s Tatse di4cnothave him to the good pIobllb Yctb reversoI si true tie weather against a big turnout but asI crowd should have been larger Springfield people are peculiar bout the way they turn out to w anyway h as an observant n remarked the other dap Shows of the bum 1 st order have been known to come her and draw a big crowd whilefirst haveJlbEenknessj J pet it be said to Manager kes credit that be has t con kidnsierablecred good attractions notably thel1ctureboursaxid ha de ver encouragemeDt A GENTLE HINT n our stvlbnf olmate with sadden changes of tempera ture4raiD uitdi and sunshine ftenii intermingled jaa single iti is no wonder that our Cbi Frodrnrare so frequently taken from us reflected colds half the ths resulting directly from this cause A bottle of Bbschee Zii German Syrup kept about your hom e for immediate use will pre vent serious sickness a large doctbrs bill and pprhaps geatba by the useof three or four doses For curing Consumption Hem oragps Pneumonia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist twill tell you Get a ly sample bottle free from Havdona R3ibert1oi Regular size 7 5 cts Get Greon Priz4 Almanac jNocancer will never get well until your bowcisiroputright UAjSCARETS liolpinnture cuioyou without a gripe or or pain produce easy natural move men cost you Just 10 cbiits to start 1 health back Can pCanIMe1f1tAmpod onlt Beware of Imitationsa leftjA remaikable phenomenon Isthe reported from the neign borhood of Leathers Stoi reme Anddispnt county On the thirnerarelarge numbersof gr ibMr w4 patrmshqndredsin pastures and meJdf grassTJi said that there are growing from the backs of these orms sprouts if from some kind of seed These sprouts have grown for moreddthereople arjo expecting thaWhey will- owgk into trees or sjpabSt bloom and bear fruit before th season over This peculiar growth wjas examined by Prof T J microscOPiQanyI ndike School and he pro unces ita fungus of some kindi Anderson Nev t To cure a cold in one night take r BellA PineTarHoney It c lear andlexhllaratesll it No cure no pay GIvenHpteDlwlthCreupMr KTX writes My three old girl had a Severe case of croup the doctor said shei couldnotUve to updiebottle of Foleys Honey and Tare first dose gave quick relief and ved her life KVbod Wimsatt 1Q t If troubled by a weak ealion loss of appetite or conetipatisn try a few dosct of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tadlcts Every box warranted For sale by Haydon 8t Robertson MACKVILLE From our Regular Corespendefat Walter Ray bourno sold a nice ear old cbtubined boise to titter Shewmaker for 6750 J D Sweeney sold 1400lbi of o to B D Lake of your j town at5crJ Camden Hatcbett sold 4500 Ib of tobacco to the Continental CoV at Harrodsburg at 63 per lb RoberTMiltori sold a sixyear old horse to Walter Foley 100 aDd bought one of Will Hatchett Or 4256 J USweaeyud Wifewtrtjij IIel II Bale foit5 alsoono If L R BoVtot for f1110 ff tFoster Bottom bjughtasow andSplgscif pick flprnfor20 sold ththto Charlie Camden 526 h bolboard sold their dwelling huuse to ToJo Graves for 1150J1 C thharliemdent the foBaptistphurchexpect to eiect a lfine churh Iin the IanearLuiireButler gfhewmaker soM a aof year old filly to Walter Tfiomp son F John Htolcl45t Ibstobacco eB D Le of your town for 3 5andent3 per pound T lihellof r Miseellanepus writes as a ppatsript to a business ytter I was feared off troU takin Kidn NeyWood Wlm att e Coughed fqV 25 years I sullercd for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors anq for medicines toino avail untill I used Dr Bells Pene Tar Honey This remedy mak siesmy life J 6 Resell Grantsburg Nelson Not s m the Standard 0m Dr J Lope of Bardstown is likely jto become a very wealthy pan A fortune ofI 300000096 descending from Robert Edward erstwhile a distinngaiihed citizen of Wew York has beei discovered and accordicig to ihe newspapers the matte wiil be carried into proper coorts at once for setle wen t Dii Pope is a direct de s i Cendant of the Edwards family and of cciirse is one of thet heirs The Doctor is an extreme 1 nice ge itleman as well asa inre e physician and his many ri3ndsinJbii section would bet greatly pleasad if he should se cure a portion of the colossalI rofe tt M arvery painful accident Tuesday evening at the Nelson Steam undrjIt see ms that be was paring to oil the ironingcyl irs Wjhich were revolting t s dlowhandl wrs in some manner caught aad drawn in between heavy roller In endeavor ing to extricate the iimprisoned tmberasg also caught The machinery s juncture was stopped and Bti well rel ased from his infull position when it wi asa ndtiat the musples and flesh of the l lt arm bac4rushed- ai to the elb0w andthat the right Ri was e1o painfully injuied Ho was removed 10 hIs home and at J = I I Ever have them P pt Then we cant l x tell you any thing about them You know how dart everything looks rlind how you are abou- tredyto give up- Some hojw you cant throw off depressionAre so blueIsntityournervesafter the trouble Is YOur nerves are being poisoned fr mthe impurities in yOur blood IYQFSarsaParLlL a pjurifies the blood and stnbiUtyt strengthactlvIy This is what Ayers n sIll do for you Its the theIndSarsaPiarills This also accounts for bottleOJAyers ordinarykindJ 1SIabstJvuIM IlbNM1aira have ComplalattrhateTei sSt 4sfr the tmelc l Mrtea ytxt doctel1rsrwsATEILsl1MU i this time Iis reported to be In a air way Of recovery Mr Bnd well is one of the prcpietors df the Nelson Steam Cauhdry ThDre theic1evedson RobtBlincoe wlu hass nedM dtJbasebaUeip pr Meswith his new sit latioQ and states at there is i othipg too goodt r a base ball man in Marion An exhibition awe was played week between the profess ionals and a si pell amateur club I tMahon which resulted in a 0defeat for the llatter by a scorn of 13to nothing The club to which Mr Blincue is a member fs a member is one of the teams composing the Western Associa on A young man By then ame of Sylvester Chesher formerly of J ew Hope but has recently beeu in the employ of Mr JFrack Lovelace a well known farmer of Boston fell from the railroad bridge at Colesburg and was probably fatally iinjured as he hascot regJDedcollncioosness ncethe accident The young m agoanCojcsturg and in crossing t etbridge Sunday pight made a forisstep tlIt tejl Wiltia Paiudwasblind father The latter resides fat New Hope C The Vest Reuictlj for IllifntuatiHin QUICK KIU1EF PRO1IPA1MAll who use Chamberlains PakBalm for rheuicutism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which at 0 it MNvIcitflrheumatism in my arm and shoulder tried numerous remedies but got no lief until Iwas recommended by Mrdeo bhmisThey recommended it highly that ought a bottle t was soon relieved all palo I have tsinCcrcccnimendcd many of my friends who agree with me that it is the bet remedy for muscular rheumatisni in the pleaorbeonTheresulting from an aUaqc of lla grippe tire- or heavy cold must yialdto the von rful healing properties of Foleys sh Honey ntrwhich Strengthen tbe lunj akfjJ them BoundS Wood j the r riItLjust as gdo l eilsrou dhe scmething just as ocd for coughs bIds grip etC a t Dn Bells Pine faitjng01GOOdyou timqioodfo tGoodJ l 14 Southern Leased The trustees ot the Cincin nati puthern railroad fey a ilakvotet is1eas1nee ern railway for a term of sixI yif1I vears fron January 1936 when the present lease expires The bet 4ttottwenty years 1050000 a earv second twenty years 1100000 third twenty years f1200000 aIye cellar1200000 a year for tbe ntire jterm ciid 10 per cent of the net earnings in exceSs of 5 00000 alyear Tbe Cincinnati Southern is owned by the city of Gin legin8ttito Chattanooga It is now oper Med by the ftouthern railway In ordjar to ratify the tease now ttemithe people in November It is inK the opinion of many that iftthe o llease is accepted by the voters of Cincinnati the Southern ex tension will not be made firm Burgin to Jollicoi Danvilte serIvocateA oug1eharheremedy is new and origtial fij itself It is preparedf especially for the eycii 0in and is recojnmended for ucthing else wh iTt many miraculous curesof long SIn standing that are being accomplished anitsi as the greatest cure known for anye and all kinds of sore eyes Druggists sell it ha j NiIck T IimoGeo L Heard of High Tower Geor onEmyUnder treatment of our family physi cian he got worse as he could not leop for the burning and itching We RE ritidaboxof Banner S lveuOf1 him WIandwelk The Doctor seefng4t was earlugAt himsaldStlok to it for It sdohlog himBioreifOod than anythinf I have done fur fciBjk Wood Wlttatti I i FIkt Fro n bur 3oular Correspohd e Anderson brothers sold r entro crop of tobacco Springfield parties for 60 cts r J Call arid wife Jh Willisburg Sunday wereI 1rsAnuiabeen vi it her this hom krsSathOull0M visit bjedI last week Misses Ethel l and Lena Rog illiStburgCarrie Smitti spent Sat urday and Sunday with her par rents near your town Several ofour young people ottended the entertainajent ia your town Saturday uishu Mrs Dee Noel and Marten Owen visited ber sister Ms J N Gull lust wek Miss Pear Adams has re turned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville T whiia the columns Of the News HettUBardstownj the1 fair sex of itdi be They all know now n to aching heats Miss Nellie ftuman of Bards town who has been visiting Mrs M Tuney for several weeks has returned to her home Sa yourttos place TtssGracating her grandma LUsey has retu tlrnedM herse bentttiQeM jugjssfriends in your tpwn last week QfQTile Apradcrssed to learn that tboro Is at least otio jlrcaded dlsoiistj that science linn that fIaisonly positive cure known to tho medical fraternity atnrrli baiiig a eort uUonl disease requires a constitu tlonnt treatment hails Catarrh Cure taken internuly acting directly upon blood and mucous surficos oUt io oiu thereby destroying tho founda ottlia disease and tho efengt1 onit1lar dOUJtIn its curative powers thathey Ono Hnudied Dollars for any caso thal it foils to cure Send for list oftea nlnls ess ofFJ1fjnldIitHalls rainllv pjiu aro the best k Thousands of persons use Suther lands eye salve who never have had jore eyes Xr strengtheas the eyes esthe vision clear and distinct nice and convenient to to use You d iittryit Tell wour friende about f Last wjnter I was confined to 111t with i very had cold on my lung 8the hinggirve me relief Finally my e bought a bottle of One Minute Cough cure that effected speedy cureIjcannot speak too highly of ihater ent remedyMr T K Houseman Maratawney PaHaydon Robert i1vDeath the Penally D1nyUJeKv April 20 After three days consumed is the hear of evidence and arguEaent he case of Reuben QUilu barged vith the murder tfIi Policeman John CrUmrwent to jury at g Oclock this morn The jury was outs trifle ver two hours and OQ reti rmng rendered averdlit of guilty and bed the penally at doath Qunin seemed absolutely un listtrbed by the verdict and pre ved the same iiitIereoce th atlo abst the whole of the procedlngst There was no detnon5lratlI of the part of the great crowd jch packed the courthouse ce he begiLniog ot tbetrii Iiiit d the room was emptied in a minutes f J This will be the first legal thuginghirty1 years All danger of a b is considered at an e d1j tBCleli Ions Remicks Eczqo a Cure Rin cihi micks Pepsin JBlood Tonic0c U cure tho mot b1ti Haydon iRpbartson tII I6IIUI iA jtIwoi1 r f 3 i4FI I LIteiaim raaliffij4 j Jta ApV unt jr J I MafcestW food more cMkkxts and wfaoleaooie k IURFrom Oar Regular Correspondeut- Corn planiing iis some what + 1sea fsrnjohn Noel left last eelr fdr Illn Ohotsr cro hapft 0theMJ T Mi II J is iin Lout yllIeilsi week uttepding the sale of his tobacc Lambs are starting off vei welti some are na ed 5J rtJune 5 for July i d4t for August v 0T ofhpbought a lot ear the cross roa yeadsichtheyconte i plate building a chulcbt 1 Dtedon Fridi the 12th Miss Delia Yates of onsulJ4ptiniQ the 22ad year he was buritd at the yillsburj cemetery 1Drestiedale Lee Simms o f majarial raveIs and rheumatism D ceased about 25 years oi ag ttnd sa dau TakghterofI hvesat Uardwell The renains w re qriedat Srapevmej HbWITJB PONE first object in life with tho AmcsricJaq people istoL get ricbj thsecdalth The si can be obtained energy hoc sty and savirisrj secend goo Jhaaltht by us Greens August Flowervi Shouldjj oa b a despdndant uffjrerjroin any off the effects1 PysD psia J iver Complaint eadiciM digEstion etc such as Sick U chePatpita a tiJnof the Sea t S urStomacb uual bOsh eaess Pizziness of the Head I ervpus Prostrai tio pInpot suffar another day TivO doses of the we known Augpst Flower will ret eve vou at one e- Go f to Haydon c Robertson a mlcu t cutsize 75 c s Get Greens Prize Almanac I badarnbl1lDgBOre on iny leg rot eeyen years writ Mrs jas Foreatwr wrOhippewa anbdradzl illhealedrtSalvesalve so healing Wood Qim iIyI Bweet i Xsic peaisloebetirtaBonlan UKhtonsminy of lires burdeaa If you horo ever heard lbs wectto ed Stegcr Piano ouw ftppreclto thk fo reach the highest lUpdurd of exc ehas always been aim bitheilwLnuac e of the Celebrated Stager 11ns Otly best material Is used Imsurlug grelt durability Every piano illy guarantcecl utpIlclwithry latcdutS gerIli jaro amour UIe lsr gettnths west lntenfagparc sets will find it proil- lotoivriteforiab ill descriptive caUlervfr ich will be ma ed tree upon appikja t ISffcaicago Howto JVotict yaur JEheep foThwiiliasure4and ntr failing curt or prevemtativ for the prbtcetMtt of theiState f OiI tEs rsvajeu- Ca ofui dogs Let f trciift fs wb fair flock pf shetbuy two An oriI igoats a buol ad ewe aad tjth 11em jp Irbeycommon goats are Jargc fne orokiJgi iti ahdlheirT meat cn fcatfdlsirbet eatia year llog lamb Tnyi- tt rt aqd 11ofid fljfl4tltht3 out fled cW 4n catch one in an Open ruifi Tl4M si goats will ran with tW i irr i t lieiltat will hole theJbcky te kmd trod docile aqd more v aatr si thesbeptheaIaelVSe ihiey ynff live oiwhat Ja h ap yelll l h L ptotiDtb ofAujrOf iiin stW o roeaIOa4 t d pfo4 t oi lfolvrlt ttw tMlIl jpotfoii of Wool w tottfkla A aMJritft toXtltf oents r rSto ii s t t CJi 4IUNO- iFowi IoI jrelardedo 1wLeroa rC t per oIdei tma fi fafrtCB bTdey have a naira1aver h 1ttto a dog of any Vo4jorfr ana bave bcsen kaiwn tIP iflloifs before tet cId ret b the geld Tfe1t ate a gri maey AngOrjai tit r t1iowIire WMf e JI drallr1ia tile StifOrr-e arc r atbe Jftti rOn e pair will protIct itui fcWhY 19 ty tbe j jy4Ealsium MI constder Chaatherlajaa Remedy the best IptlacWo t1 bronchitis says r wi1a imo iiWarr3ngto EngiatlSIt iiAi taved my wife Sifes e haying be4a m arty to broackitis for eft i1z rsbeieg Mostof the ftia aesfn4tto weilIsaJt i m- tureraoi 1d he4yof this characwg TIMt tJigreat good jsbtisg doise ict suffering rttfftA and TaitiiMe MJB ored to health a dhaVremedy tis ficiMeyHapn tst ir J CURE ACfw at 4Ys Ml e Tsbl4iidruggistsails to cure Ioa ss by Has- yobortiion +it zjj Wterrtww t I i jesstorj trWaibin rtpH last alffit ad teet e aBiics ptIieJu tatJude e Cdchran apreticU ben detirmined upiJtj by prst f lde1t McKinley as Judge O11LI nefr Federalldit iDI Mk Ef denied that be hrkeedpn j4idt sa t JiMmtiJteStiNiOny in theRwley trial bad prejudiced his cliacafor4irf L jiadgeship He ai4 Judc- chranhadco been proaiieedbs- ace when Jailft vane 4 giirenjtlie appomiaaf jat I wk villa Courier JbujifttiM Blood poison eft itwHitte fijbM t ekicsndifsotpsrf Jit l i Dr BelisAistlptin iathe c4 derfut dispoycry of tl e quick reliefof alliar 04 sal ESter na lpatn npi Jreiwwris Z1as 7 t MOtydwhobaya sd K eUrt JtkIobeessofookacoo JaIlIPtfa Nota5sbsESL- fef fat JJ i j Tobcb NetriieMQM be made irece cu Mscothisarketyerybsavyd rved to sov A rrfetfc 4ell ort out of eodilioc utaeci tMs uyIera roaKjthe m irk t hsttvej so prod uf a Vftrjr irregaUr r ket Jlci8 iuT MKiNMfk 0017 oojudgj I time Bttrket Oiu diitlQa tbo ght salel stroDge th IttH liter psirtotIe et bat it was cfearljr avt4ent rK medium and better twle eitss- trk W aol ab wnafa torj at orethSaacftboIb Ai c1jw yrade w coufd SP bu olhte Ilu be 4Dartret a ob apMrl Vithbati week but K oeiiof Ibis gradi tobacco wo M4 ta IOO4 pfdfr t i e marke eemtd ioelr wbear if good con ba bowa e tbioki boiler fi4s would hEypgtvfcr hp1Cik asaaey f1Mei pC Jlow dS Ii- idierweradeflinatIdae1I rtttF ti3 8 iith pri reLize4TakIiga te ket as d e n o i for cbattgf 4lq111tO s aoyitiictiyi1u wtC dringlItyitbti tyu HfT was Vi wcetL7The W ol CASTOR J jaf Ia- miWTuImMiIJsIS t14 jboils pIP iCvt qu kl UBfM y Banner 8ah lOst healing salve in the win we cure forrflef Wood a- ttS Mn TE DrlO l f f ti t reCE t s ji IIIGFIELDJr it t V EpTojqr1sI1lR d 7 4o1 or notIces IOcent3 pei 1 fo tke rs iirt1pIiA d 5ccnts for tfc s h6 l lS J1I1 Cs ci adIdateand political matter i iLPerlifla Jkwork 1sIou tllOvf rates brt cash iiiust ir4401ltverY of good Aeit1StRg iontrcts maIi on lIberal Tn r Jattuacle aed resolutions ofrospeCt ii pciIiue oUcItuzNTh agltrates m500 25- 0c4iity tracers r i oJiccs + H 1000 J THURSDAY APRIL 2i 1901 i 1 ki For Cotntty JVttoiieY tr Wearaiiutliorized to announce T SCOTT AYES fj As candidate for Ibe office of Conri Ay Attorney of Washington county i rjjpvenibfir election 1931 otTrItrItei Wereauchprita to antibnncd J JAMES L MUDp ii a 5ancLid3te for Magistrate in the rederIckstWfl undSpngfteldNo9 Il triotH pfJdvember election itiI v t for Sheriff Wear uthorI7e1 to announce 8 RON CROAKE 1 a candidate for the office of Sheriff WiafcingtottcoUntyv Noyornber elec CoalSK i Depnttes Sidney 0sjj b iurnb dastas1Richard sham p r 1tWe are authorized to announce r Q JOHQNBY 8 a oindidale othe Democratic iCSoininatlon lot Representative from Washington county Nqvenibe elec l nlU2l JlTB hiprh water in the Ohio hias caused serioiis alarm andy omQ damage butloeworst iic Ih6ujhtfto qaovcrThe river I islaiiinff from iPittsburg to th t toutli of the Big Kanawha Frpri1te1e Cairoit is rising jf A flood of five feet above 1hlf ingerlitie1U is expe ted at BvatisvUle and an overflow in ijte Mississippi is expected from ljiiro to ewphs Much dam ae t Wbean ddrie aboye Cincianats o nod thousands have boon Qms jelleltoabandon their hornet Many fetriCS411VebCefl flooded s Atutand the pumping station of P ba Ne port Waterworks has eeu compelled tp suspend Ten f tI1liSlfld lcgs were swept out of she LUtleSaudy and jest It seems that the days offthet festive train robbsaibynod ineans past alld it is stilVa 1ucrb liv business Six masked mel 4ho faeld up a train on tbe Ohm taw Oltlaboma and Gunroad fcear Memphis Motiday night se oj r cund about 3000 Worih va1ub1e t I Tpringcoughs ar speciall y danger v t UBaiid nlc8i cured ajtpncc serons re sults often follow One minute cough j cqre acts like majicv It is rot a cbtnon icture UFa high grad remedy Hayd 1 Robertson f 2 PLIN 0 0 ro4otlouLreorespondontj Mr HujrbertEddleman of Au- twcV vii edj bis parents near ifapli flhISldaandSundayii Mr Boy SmUh of Massachu itsr is the pleasant guet of his J ousrnOb3rlle Williams i Mf lyon Crow and wite spent Saltari yvaod Sunday wjih TJ wlItTtf I kviIl t Hart tScmones abdBtnI 4is ol Mercer county visf hfti Relatives at tbis nlace lasi i yilk Mr WF ngshyof yoat Ipwn atteaded church at Mr Zion Sunday Miss Mary Gfrefh6t Chaplin f3wa Lbs charmiDgaest tft the Wllhas hoiM StlndayL L ttle teoiOrow who has J Jabein yqui ti sick wun i3UP is biter KOdol 8ysMPsiaCuJc Diflests what you eat I Itart1ilcIalIyIfgett ieood and aiai- Nrture Iii jgtheaIag alld neOn tructlnfrt1 QSteddftLHJOl gn Jtltb dlscoTcrod digett hMfrrmd tQiie other preparatIbS tan approajimeleaey It Jfte tjDytj q tUIItf of loperfectdlgestloii P H c1E icWJttC9C lcao t The Kiivd You Have Always Bought and which has beenjIn use for over 30 years has borne tho v7j anti lias been lade under hIS per xj J7t7p sonat supervision since its infancy I SCCt4M Allow no ono to deceive you in this j All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle pith and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Tilxpcrimentu What is CASTORCast rla is a harmless 5nbtittfor Castor qil Pare gone Props anti Soothing SyflTps It is Pleasant1 IFIt contalixS neither Opium Mbrphino nor other Narcdtio substojncc Its age is its guarantee It destroys forms mid allays feverishness It cures tiarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething ITrotibles ours Constipation and Flatulency It assimnIlttcs the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natur1t151ecp The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Beari the Signature of t The KM You Ha e Always Bought In Use For O er30Years 1Candidates and Sich Mr Editor lye been think ing of writing to ypur paper for soine time because lye got a grlva ce to make As I was a candidate for office and bema pore man and not havin the money to put up I was rtled off Ill tell you it aintno more chance foraporoman to giti into offiqe nowd1ayF than it is fur a sick man to git jnt3 Heayen Ill tell things dont i un like theyou use to Heaven may be the i changedIun to vote every body run fur office that wanted to and wejjest went up and sed who we yoted fur and iiVwas writ down by the clerk and it was counted that way But now when a feller wants to riila fur office He has to have moneyr enough to help run the m1 hEj then he pus git n his hoss and ride around andt see the people and shake hands with every body with a big mile on his face 0 he is so olit and ice I wih every body was candidates what a lovely world this would be why we wouldut wact to die and go to Heaven Wo we would want to t s ay right here And this newfangled way they have of votint they give a feller a ticket a foot square and send him in alitt1e- arkroom to vote then hejis egins to feel like he wants to steal something Now Ise seen ic Jo rlast paper what you have to say about hoggisf h iss Ill tell you there islotsof hoggishness along every public road m the county in some places aMler cant turn his wagon around he just has to drive in sortie mans fled or pasture to turnand I will say that itjtlI of ithe Magistrates in the comity were like our Squire Hen dyieu there would be some mcTvin of fencin done So hit them again and jet us try to drive all tthe hoggish neSs out of theI country OLD FOGY Those famjins Http pills PeWit Little Early Risers will retnpve all impurities frpm your system elense your bowels make them regul rHay don and Robertson You caltnoi erljoy peract Health rosy cheeks and sparkleing eves jf your liveri is sluggish 3nd your bowels clogged DiWittjs Little Early risers cleuse the whole system They never n gripe Haydon Robertson +PLEPl8Ar GROVE Vrom pur Hegtrtpr Correspondent Miss Many Litsey of Lebinon has returned Ufter a month ViHc tbJudge liitsey Mrs Rs of FredrickBurg iis vislllng Miv 1 S Ya nkey MjJoshA Adams of Ea- rroIsburgas here tbe first of tie week Mrs 5gL Litsey aid daughev ter Miss Katie are in Louisville this weelf K MadarnRuinor S9YS we are to have a wedding in the near future FeB Leachraan N Thomp sop J J3 Yankey Baron Parks Robert ThomOqnnd Dt Hop per were ic LoUtsvlllB last week Mr Nelson 1 rvt gpriogSed Kooght seVfralcfoRSol tobacco ft this Deighbchobd4bisl week R6f W4T Overstreefc who has bob pastor ot the Pleasantj grove church for the past eight years has been called to Perry ville for th following year H will continue to preach at this place ticepermontji Hog cholera iis raging in this partof the county and several farmers have lost heavily from the disease Like Oliver Twist children aslt fox more whengiyen One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endOrse it highly for croup It quickly cures all coughs arid colds and every throat and fur g grippeIasthma and has long been well brown lfor hooping cough Haydon Robtrt soil Public Sale + l Having dmy farm Iwilr my late residence 6 fniles froth Springfield on the Bloomfield pike on Thursday May Z t90t Beginbfng at 10 oclock am sell at public auctiJn the follow jing personal pbpertS132 Sheep and 100 Lambs 3 v work mules one 2 yearold mare mue 4 MUch Cows 2 Eefers 6 SteersI 14 head of Hogs2 Sows And pigs 2 yearling registered horthorn Bulls one aged regit v jteied Shorthorn Bull One Binder 2 Mowers lad aJot of 01Iher Farming Imptements wo horse Wagons and a Buck oard mdfHarpess Also a large lot jf Household arid Kitchen Fur ture Terms made known on day of rsale AB HUNDLEY S MUampbell Auctioneer A Glianco Tor a Hustler Thesis in oportunity for one of our young men or women to make money with THE UNSQDE MONTHLY Depew Buildfng Newt York This Monthly which was formerly The Penny Magazine t has now bacome the standard halfdime magazine of the world- t wants one agorit t inth5s vicia Iyandwilt give exclusive terI iHtory to Uie right person l Besides paying big commissIons to its rep rese ntive Itsenrlsn present worth moire than the price of Th Unque Monthly to very subscriber secured by thet representative Better addre kti1 lceToe Unique Monthly bepew Building New York Backaches are caused by disorder the kidneys Foleya Kidney Cure Iwili make the kidneys right Take no ubatitut Wood Wimsatt tooci old urannyMetsifr of Kon lucky years old eaVKthat lir Bells PineTnrnono J is best Grip euro Cotigliluusiand IJponhlnl remedy thnt has boon ollered to the people duilnf her Ucthpo Sold bvorywhcro Squire Hatch ctts Court The regular quarterly session of Squire E Hatchetts court convened at Willisbure on last Saturday Four Commonwealth eases besides some civil suits weie on the docket In the case of Fred Hughes charged with mistreating animals the jury jreturuel a verdict of not guilty T Scott Mayes appeiml for the common sUb and Thomas- Medleyfor defendant In the cases of COOtS Coulter jSias Armstrong and James oilier charged with tbeoffdinse tf disturbli religious worship t Fairyijjsr Jon tljp previous feunday Lou 8 Coulter dud Sias AfrastroDg confessed andre tejvcd a fine of 20 and trim TWEV linings JimeS Couuerwds i e for the same ofjfeqse and acquit td tin this case T Bjott Mayes j appeared Jar the Corn monwealti nod W F Grigsby tot the de eLdLnt V 3 Con 1in Bowerevllle OM says lI received more benefit for Folovs riidnjsy Cure tban frora months Qf treatment by pbyslcian6U Wood Vimaatt cI Ice Plant y It is ra0wan ULdisputed fact that Bardstown is to bayean ice lan Rlf JJdipger represent fie thtjHeorv Voght Compaby of Louisville w s ID Bardstdwi n Saturdav and secured the contact for the machinery fo the lant Messrs George Matiogly J L Drui t n and Uipier hayden are at thehead of the new enter prise aud they win push the much needed affair to a finish Work will begin at once on ilu dre e building and the plan ropoftb in running order abou t 1901 Tro plant will have a capaci- tyfehttonsof i ice a day rFble deal for the land on which febe factory will standis now in- roges aud wilt lilrelv be closed today The land lies nrjthedepO t irhith is a very place Mj George R Mattingl willi bavej the management of the panr which assures its sucress Nelson Record ucauty Is njooti r cei Clean blood means a clean skin IK icautjf without it CoecarctiSandy Cathar icclqanour blood and keep H clean bv tirriu up the lazy liver and driving ail uritie Jsfrom the body Begin today ti t5is14 pimples boils blotches blackheadh and thfit sickly bilious complexion by takinc drugth1r Hardest Schoolhouse From Qiir Regular respondent Wt are afraid the recent cold nahas killed our peachaatf There has teen very little corn plantodowng fo thebad weitiqrS Mr bence Hawkins bouchitb cow a 4 calf from Mr JN- S 1eIOr 35 1 Mr Jim Hawkins of Woud lawn visited frieodsand relatives here paturdiy and Sunday Mi1s NoJaB Dts etSll day vith Misses Nora alid Lela Good eU MrSa i Gooclletc has roturn ed from Monmarh lllicqis Mart of tbe men of this pace attended County Court Monday Hirdesty is in Perry MtisG and Will Smith sold QVe horses Monday Mr Rob Blandford of Louis ille visited hJsA parents aV ilvs place Monda MrlqnarHe c iiRoM hi horse to R A T Djdd of Will more county Court day Miss Regna Mahaney has be Jn very sick for the past few days t A Precaution Husband going to Ills ricb uncles toner Putn couple of large band kerchiffs Into tny pocket dear The old geiiflcmau promised to leave me someIappropriate h rsSWlfejBnt suppose when tbowHl Is anyhingnusharid in that case yoo bad bet- er putiln three London Furl Fion i on Anthora JfPteboolr 1romthediaryat 5 and bad a sonnet and a glass lretlredear1y wouldbeanDoyedby ir3fBtAtlanta Constitution Lignum vltre la the toughest wood sjlltlug4gii ThEheuJsIungs i f1 rD esthell Si Baby T1irit t If not something must be tt f t thet+ ish it she needs SCOTTS t EMULSION It supplies theI I elements oJ fat required for the baby If baby is not nourished by its rti II food then it requires fieialI tScotts Emulsion j t 1torf 1 i t effect IRHeems to have a t 0 1and1 1 offour statements 1 Should be taken in summer as t+ well as winter too druggists tITH fVORI OFWQijEN EXTENSIVE EXHIBITSTO BE MADE At THE EXPOSITION Achievements of Women Will DC Shown SldebjJ Side Vltb Tosfc of Slou nt time rqaAmerlcan Hnuil omc Building IJpr Headquarter With n re7 to having the Ecope of the IanAnierican Exposition ns brand ns possible and to Interest the thousands of women in the Americas In the enterprise a Board of Women Managers wets appointed consisting of 25 representative women of Buffalo In addition to this tile governors of tbe states and territories were asked to nominate two women each to net as honorary members of jtbe Womens Board these nominations to be rntolifif by the Board of Directors of the Exp6 sltion The same request was made of the other PanAmerican Countries As a result of this request from the Exposition more than 30 statca haw honorary members of the Womens Board and several PanAmerican coun tries are also represented The wort of the honorary members supplements that of the local Board which has been divided into committees and is now dO- Ing effective work for the Exposition clsiinctlve point In the plan of the Exposition Is that the fnrlnnallnitiio tries conducted by women arq toue represented by exhibits Jh the different buildings where they may proprlybe placed so that tile achievements of women will be shown side by side with those trf men This Is the first Expos thou in bis ebcoft vberc such spin has followed and second it Is said In the world The game arrange meat was followed most successfully at the Paris Exposition It is in cooperation with the divisions of the Exposition had wit the committees of the Mens Board of Directors that Ponrd of Women Managers of the Pan American Expos tion Iston large extent to work The following Committees biire been ap pointed Executive Entertainments aiuLCeremonlcs Fine Arts Education Clubs and Organizations Publicity arid Promotion and Applied Arts The ma jority of the members of each commit tee belong to the Board of Women Managers but hi a few Instances ap pointments nave been made outside talking In those especially ndaptedto carrying1 out thework of the Womens Board To the committee on Enter tainments and Ceremonies falls the pleasant task of looking after the sO cUlll affairs of Womens Board previous to and during the PanAmcri can Expositidh arranging entertain meats of various kinds for Jut hon orary members of the Board who vlsi li Buffalo nUll also entertaining manV prominent women who are to be a city during the Exposition months A large number of conventions of wo men are to be held In Buffalo during tlie Exposition but the Womens FoUti will not In any way be connected with the conventioQs alfhoujtfi the commit tee on Entertainments and Ceremonies will doubtless cntirtaln many f the officers and cincr distinguished mem bers of the Various organizations meot Ing la thin city PanAmerican year rite womed of Buffalo have In several Instances extended Invitations to lead- Ing womens organizations to hold their conventions In Buffalo during the Exposition had with tile dei to otTer every courtesy possible the com mittee on Entertainments and Ccsv moflles will doubtless do a great deal to make It pleasant for the visiting women during their stay lit Buffalo The committee on Fine Arts of the Womens Board In cooperation with a Blmlar committee from Mens Board of Directors will assist the Di rector of nun Arts In arranging for a representative exhibit at Buffalo of the work of American artists Thecommitteo on Education will nr range for a sctlcd of educational exhib- Its nod nossnuv cguCiitoniii consress tS 1 a j VARICOCELE STRICTU Nocthierdiceaze la so prevalent ariong men ai Varlcoeele As It Interferes withthe nutritl ofthe sexual organs It oroduces lou of lemeu tkroagb IItII2tdecay f the orplIB pulln the lotus the btek ncrvousues4ss ofUfeseotMopbood Thousands orounl ad mIddleaged men are troubled areZ1tfllcted2lJn by cqttlng stretching or lu Our New Method TreatmentdlBsote the st tearIng cureyulbetakcaout e Illustrated Oott on Varlcocac Strlotcro end Glut Wo gerante to Cure er No Pay idneys BladderOf JAtt Uezal complaints nftbt thee organs hese tk kidnay lire a great source dlseue Hyc yt aching or weakness over the small of the back ten toInrtmmatefrequccuy deposit In urine coldness of hands or feet a drowsy testing hnkSnMx Dot tee t your kidneys Our Now Mctbod TatflIntto cure any disease of these otgan 6r no pay O No Names Ud Witkout Written Coawnt O W Xowe of Jackson Mick 511111 hat varlcorole In the secondary statre and two opeittdOsgot tenxporary relief I was finally advised to try the j Method Trntm ut of Del K K The enlarged veins disappeared id 11eJmy itallttretsrned so I wal a In every recommend yon doctors with my whole heart I Y ICURES NO CUREiHO PAY I Before Treatment After oIiiiiWAtrtnnd Hre Nerrons Debility Lt Manhood fiHcoc le Stricture 81ItMopka r Dfs Kennedy qP Kergan 528 WALNUT CIPtCINPdATI STREET OHIO i J I Ii Jj ur4 1 ArbucK1es amO 1 L J 4 RoisteLcoIItf I j t i ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Pcjpt New York CiyN Y j A Thelowprice kt which Arbuddes famois raJtd fcoflfee J can be sold iJmadet possible byiit enormous sale It s otMy Snptbt classed with the inferior imitations sofd a cent a pound less thanArbuckles It hat a quality greatly superior to these imitation Ud makes manyjmore cUpfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffeeto sogo advantage fcs the producers oiPArbuckles CofFee No other coffe is cleaned roasted or blended with sucK1 great ctrewwt skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and1 greater Value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get wjth each package a definite part income useful articleV M 1uil infbrmatibn with each package 1 1 a P1 SavthsignaturesS F be lieia in Buffalo during the Ma position This committee Is working In cooperation with the Superintendent of Liberal Arts and Pducation As the chairman of the committee on Educa tJon of the Womens Board Is president of tile Women Teachers Association which owns its building ncomraodious SBdo1ItTies of educational congresses In But falo during the Exposition although the Work will not be taken up by the Mxpositlon Board Womens clubs and organizations have made tremendous progress during the past few years and the committee on Clubs and Organizations of the Wo menu Board will flnd ample opporttmj t3Sfoi bringing Into prominence the work of womens clubs of the Americas especially showing the tre mdndous advancement made since Worlds Fair in Chicago In 1893 theI In response to ninny requests from womens clubs the committee on Pub Ilcity and Promotion of the Womens Board has been doing a great deal of effective work in advertising the P position At several women Cven hVomenslil have appeared uw r the programme and have ifl1Letod In this fay hun dreds of leading clubwomen In them county Great enthusiasm is shown by clubwomen of the Unit fd States rnnll Canada In tile coming E pOsition r and In many towns PanAmerican clubs bare ueellrormcd by tbc J aomenI The committee on Applied Arts of the Womens Board Is trying o secure representative exhibit of womens work at the PanAmerican Exposition and with tljls object in view bopes to l arrange a scries of collective exhibits buidlnjrsprlnclpallyin leading inJustries conducted b women wIll probably be represented In these collective exhibits Appllcat ons tar space have blcn received In large num here A treat deal of effective work has hononapipemberswhom local members have peen lu onstani correspondence with the ro suit that the women of the Americas are deeply Interested In the Exposition md tn many instances are umnglug of bringing large parties to BuCTal Some clubs have formed PtanAmerl can Bureaus with a View toribcurinff large numbers to po from their re tic te towns to Buffalo Although the wonien are to have noI EsposlItiontractive structures thrre ltils welt situated facing one of the main en trances to the Exposition groijnds on one side nnd the beautiful music gar dens on the other It Is opposite the New York State building TI house was formerly the home of the Country Club Ir Buffalo and Is a very artistic structure It has beep remodgled to meet the requirements of the Vomens hoard during the Exposition Broad l verandas surround the bouseIlarge room on the main floor will b fitted up for n magazine nnd rendlnj room where clubwomen visiting the Exposi tlon grounds will find a comfortable and quiet rpfitjnjr Plnc Thej offices of the Womens Board will nisI be on the main floors nod there will be awnumber of small rooms where lunch eons may served For larger ensJ tOrtnInmnts the magazine and reading room will be used anti will therefore at p pUbImonts necessary to the comfort and convenience of visitors at Women Building will be niranged for on theI secOnd floor of the clubboufeII Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and rhafi iff quickly heal by these lb Witts Wit jttljazlel iSalze It IB imitate be sure you get DcWitts Haydon Robertson if k S It You Get t the Profits= IIiIethetI Under oat plan of selling cwiew J Jglw and harness you get the A1i TIM Jm her and retailer ore cut en t By dI16IIc Ists l with thoroanutcturcir fan par only JM OICol V making with moderate proJtlad iI a ytX take your choice from bteffMt Me l1li VoUwtassortment Our plan er Selling Carriage Dlrwot lDaares 1Itaact1enJIIIOur comletO I pway stylet ot bljh grae E ESf nr=V Cif IIm11 stetoMs tr r lbe ev Large t5f fttsbTheyquitextinctbencorUtobanng in v rreand pix ise ctOra vlll rejoice a this but the ladles bentttJrnl1Josepbtnes l 1 lag quoted onus of BledfcPfr waist and they will become recopciledto the 1 new broad fnlst Xashiqai that Is or that Is On t be IThfs espial is the present rnge fox Josephine boqdolr gtfwn as tea gowns arena r called It Is made of soft Indian ca shmere gathered ou ton- silk yoke formed like a bolero and a soft Japanese scary is tied round the waist as big as possible Japanese sills boudoir Kowns are also fashlon Able and lovel pt the same time II 1IWith n Gun un the first Tleerelne ot united Australia is one of the tew la dies who havs taken up tbe ort of shooting not fiom the point of view of pheasants gro ise or deer but with eye to tbe gui Shefs1t remarkably good shot No Isthlaacconipllsbmeu a fliw one or ers When she was last In Anstralln diirlng her husband pre surpnIsdaaddeligbted klll t Her facl Hty In making hullscyes Is said to jiave played no Inconsiderable part in establishing toe popularity of ji the couple Nc doubt united Australia will be vice 3withwas In the pre bets term of office i The queen ol Spain When at St Ss i bastln gave stings for a busttd thejj well known sjylptor Xucion Pallcx 7ho bast which Is larger tbanUre1tj ythemantle drape ovterher shoulders If Pallez is to have racccedeJL M making an adn Irabl llkeaels i The young queen of Holland slaiUngufshcd amoig European Bovarelvizl i as a total abst Then aud la l worker lu the ttemperance cause Q ieea Wllhelmlna is patroa of bulb tH l TotaIAbsttiencesoe1ct1of the Aether lands nndjf tlla Wozezas Soeji Iis- eititae PILESk1 55S J J gi gi dios1 ears lran ucro your t1leu7t 11a11OequlUiles asS feel like Iat s I c= c LIt Y ww I VWWWWWWrfl t JUifIoMK nuhlNluG booud I t Comi Cklut1lM4rul IlwT HI 040Act1 J 1A UEBUKE T8 THE rAKTlXV Not Io4g ago the nrcsiiutl Idng of Great Britain anti JiB consort Kcr0 entertaining in their usual charta hig manner a large numbor of guests at Sanibrioglianv xelatcs a Amongthem Jt1fromOne evening alteif dinner t1e hMur Iot millions minis soanneis was talking very slowly aboni vlui re cently purcbascd getiaf esvtod1all that be intended to do to Ills pae I Your royal bigtaess inuit YMIlJ pay Jile visit he dawi4iu a somewhat familiar tl1- CprnceiI can promiteyjt 40 e- jonthatf Time prince JtpaR l Very st +aiyr at his wealthy guest aiii answEred s politely iifThank yeu r f ydut invitation I amfrM41 o4 You paoJOurlou mID 1 eight MB day send one of my kwjKM ira for 1tlsaforholiday for theism I am aind jf know they would ltotJt Ir I1t aui good ihiiigf THE KX6AC1W w3slI There is a story goingtheoiia fojlowighe J egtsJatUeo the aasiire psbbi ing the marriage ojtjweiMn ji nt the Yleaj Nonsense Thert art o 4iover 45 and if heN w r tiWould not need piiotectioii allant a lK3dy oi BenrM ibi linn tOta legislature Of court tW silly it willnot wtre it illed lIitilaj DM sPtS onUatb 4idyt any HM9Il tI the yx ii this tate Thi jNsiaIIt catioii hat 1iL EoL iag wouldl ba bUt iiei Leed eaaou oa iaaiiielIaat itwiuld ioS lawful tot sdiss oyr 46 tto their natrsl prey f ks 111Itfto Way ThU WOttW tfatoa chnceand would Dot oe etd red tyraifflou or unreaspiia e 9ny tl1im DaediJMlIOpIj pplis Journal I DR1JM BURTON IDET DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 4LTHOUT PAIN I h FFcIIflagas Ik talrs 1rlsPRniGf1 ci Imi t All Ptritml ork Strictly PiitcLaU 4ft H uuioiti I NTIST tlyJocatod C 1URT BU1LDDt n PRINGflELD q I J Hx LAMPTON r jll 1 Jf jtrOPPIQE fe In Gpera House J d tiRl1 JJ- 1EOK tr iPKINqlELDKY I QFF1CEDrRiUObartS fot m pffic6s over Peoples Deposit B ij Office hours 12 to 2 pm i LI 4 f W F 3RIGSBY MTOBNEYAT LAW f TOfflce over Peoples Bank BPRINGFI LP KY t Jr rt J3HHARKON fifiiorkinan and Blac smitb tf 4feuggy repairing a specialty A7 Ailtiork proirptly done Snbp- s on Doctor Stfeet near Poultry fHotisV and PlaninR Mill and clp8 td Main Street Springfield l KW r Patronage respectflllIyJ solicited Iam sure tuat all patrons will be sapfled with w Fjaid prvI l J 7i ln6GrassNlllSeries SPRING 1901 t j f Frultand Ornamental Trees Shrubs t iRofe Small Fruita Aflparagus Ehc bar arid everything for Orchard s L tawnkrid Garden Prices right as t wopjirnp agents but sell direct to r Ite planter General Nursery and 3ipfclalStrawberry catalogue on apH pUc fion to M HILLENMEYER l PkQit27R I t CATARRH CL1JIATIC 11 I ii t TSTotlilBj but a st Icjcal remedy or Cliwigb of climate J wilt cure CKtKRRH 1The Rpoclfic Is r JJtsCretitla Itis qaicklv no orbed Gives re COLD HEAD Jlef at once Opens and cleanses tho nasal passages Allays inflammation heals an protects tbe membrane Re stores the senses of taste and smell No mercury No injurious drugs Regular jlzo 50 cents family size at druggists4 nJby tuaU ELY BROThERS 56 War rAa street New York f f 1IMTHEWillTEB haPfIttIC Is sJt8l Tor eongta and colds BOWOHB rlon3 Rasters no to incomparably bettor rpm J Srt11a any ether eneraal or internal 41eImcdicrnal properties outer the S1d- ihdgotrafg1Lttoth8eaofthddiseaie V They relive and cure a seated cold itfeout disturbing the system or upsetting the itomach COugh mixtures ofte nan laMe CHOa IJakr are medicinal in lite highest degree and quickest to act Placed om the chest or back or oa botik at ofice ia serioaa cnse the goodeffcct ia feltimmedifttely The eoagestion yields the coughabates and the breathing improves Lung Or bronchial affections or kidney disease 80 curcd with tbd least possible Buffering and loss of time 1 Bensons FlaItenare iaKaeaiinrtkbly njjeriof to aStrengthening Cap eicum rany ethic combinatioa in plaster form They are also preferable to elM soeatsV liniments sad elvea Beasoaa Plasters have reecfod ftftyjtrt Tdgktst awards over all jsooipetitors and more thwx 5000 physicians and druggists lave declared them to boone ot the few trustworthy household remedies For sate toy a1drUgieta or We will prepay postage on any naa er ordered i tb Uaited States on receipt of 25c each J Be sure you Ret the geauiae Accept no imiUtion or substitute s f abary JobnsoB HfgCbemrts NT 111ii 11 i hOW OPEN t e TillisbirgRollcrb g Iflls Jt It illisbarg Kgb J Is now running and ye so k V l thelIt r f lft Klpur and Meal iQrimtaktn in storage and- inexchtnge rot our or 91AIIO pay cuih for grain JOHHC BURNS Prop a Follys KwnckuaIIaI iiT H n M f f I ABOUfT TOWN II 1 3333 4 44 3s Wool We will pay the highest cksh price jfor Wool U CUNNINGHAM DitifcAN No them seed o tts for sale at Thompson Lake r rFirstby Thompson cfcLake Mr Hugh Stiles purchased a good four year old geld ng last week ioi 125 Go to 0 W Ode Qp s store attLitsey for your sprigbi its and sewing machines Lilt Bramah eggs fbrsale at 50 cents per seticg Mss KATE GREENEI Texas Ky WANTEDTh buy or farn a stallion Anyon having a ho se to dispose of may leaVevword at the N wsLEADER office Among our new subscribers this weekisVMrJ B Yeast Mr Yeast is a rising young farmer of the Fenwick neVb borhood An e entertainment will be- givenb the juveniles t Cathrines Academy on a2RM Friends of tqeofIItjitutioriare mostcordiaily I Nad Hardm whose biography in part has appeared in this paper has been captured again He cpuldnttstay away from the town rid he has again llanded in jail IfRev W Ezra Sutherland a dtt Miss Taarl Williams were granlejJ license by County plerk iIJarrvThrylivel neighbor hood l III will be found from now on at q Maud instead ofat A B Hund t leys and persons wishing npy service as County Surveyor are hereby notified 4t jT F MOORE i IcThe county court day diner servedjby the ladies of thdBap tist church on Monday vu qu te successful Tb9 ladies des re to tharjk the public for generc us patonu J r flTherparly nlfbue our stubledJ last co iisty court day will please re turn same and get his own bug gy Wharton TappJ wtekandwitblrlg to introduce our Poultry Mixture i waijtedAddress Co East St Louis Ill j The old Mul ey propertr dp Main street opposite the Spqng field Hotel is being torn dOwn and an old land mark likewise an eye sore iis to be replaced byi a modern structure The names of 0 E Cocan ougber W D Cocanougher andll Walter Reiddel which appeared in the delinquent tax list last tweekerroras these men have paid their taxps Tb Ijpubiian counfycomI mittee met hero Mbnd ylandl called district conventions r each Magisterial district in the county for May 18th for the purpose of naming and ins ruc ting Delegates totte county convention vhich will bohedin Springfield on June Is FOR SALEI have sevjeral hundred pounds of tobacco for saTe in stcall quenities at 104per pound Mail orders fiII diJ W Allen Springfield Kyj A bouse and lot on west main street arid a lot containing about six acres across the railrorfcT be ow tjpwn and belonging to the estate of B B Curry were sold on Mpcday last T W Simms Sr ought both pieces pf prop erty jpayingi800 foijthe Idf and 832 for the house and lot MK R ADodd cifWU ore Ky was here on Moridayj and bought horses paying good stiff prices for them He took tway eIghuu bead and tfrey averaged him about 125 per Bead He bought some good ones and they were nearly all furnished by Washington county farmers Tbe ihdrse market is decidedly on t eup grade and a stfictly good1 animal now commands a flue price and there is alsova goott demand Jar the medium SbQr9 e STIJAYED or STOLENFrom- my place near Simms Ky a two years old black Jersey cow with yellow nose and a yellow Stripe down hnrback Plush 1inreovery OSCAR DRURY SIMMS KYV I Horse trading has been lively during thejpait few days Sev sides tbeI hdrfiies bought up hors dealer the following 1 vate sales have been reported Harry Bio not Lebanon boughtc of Ben Spalaing a horse for 140 Wb rtonTapp bought aE black geldio of James McQullum for 85 R F McElroy bought of j S Yaiikey a young horse for SlOp WK Robertson bought of 7Hugh Stiles a twoy earaid filly for 100 Monday was one of the most disagreeable days imaginable from aweatb standpoint and consequently itwasa dull court day Very little live stock was offered on the market andS tradffg was light so 1f Campbell the auctioneer reports the following sales For ML Searcv fourcowsand cajlves at 3650 3375 3525 and33 75 G respectively a1soor same party four cows at 2685 28 50 I 2725 and 25 65 Mr Cam oball also sold one plug horse r r20vcow and cu1f27 50 and cow for d 25 Mr B D Luke is making anv effort to get Gen John B Gordpp the distinguisldexconfedae- nsoldier and lecturer to give ana theOperadate GenGordon is one of the most celebrated iflen on the lecture platform atd jit would be rare treatior the people here o have him appear If Mr Lake meets with tbeproper ian bcourtcJict tiations and get Gen Gordon to tomeNew Gash 61 Ceryc I will in the next few days f open a grocery in McChord Rnberuons old grocery ropn entran e oil Wall Streeti re i will keep on hand a r shslpckof f groceries at low sT cah prices A liberial of hare of your patronage spllted w Respectfully T IRVIN MCELROY ai FIower2 andPInts 1Win ship u tice lot of ilflowersthem in front of the Court Hote- liiUSpringfield Wednesday Myf l 1st Comeearly and get GEO R MATTINGLY wf Usually a racking cough and a gen ei weafenefs 5110nethe grippe cough and make you strong and well Taktfco substitutes Jll While IhcrnlM Lift IhertL nope- I waj affllctel with catarrh could neither t tate nor smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm nured it ns C Bhautz Ray way N J The Balm renphed mp safely and MarJ eot in au prl3fn My son says the ppltcatloa gave decided taller fully Mrs Franklin Freeman Respectjj The Balm does uat IrrlttCte or cause snofizlnp Sold by lrngIsts at COctsr or nall d by Ely Brothers tO Warren St Yorlr t LETE R irST 1j List of letlers remaining rimlr called formin the Springfield Ky 6 Poitoffico for the week ending April 27 1901i Miss Ola Goatl y j Miss Laura Bailey i Mr 0 G Duff fMtrBelIff Mr Henry Johnson Mrs Sllie Montgomery 1MIss1 MrWS Wood When calling for these letters a please say Advertised W A WATERS P M I have been troubled for ten years 11mubhtri Uyspepsirf ure1 have it taken two bottles and gotten more r lief from them than any other med icines taken I feel more like a boy than I have felt for twenty years AndersQii Riggs of unny Lane Tex l Thousands have testified as didMr Rigs Haydon Robertson t Walkers Tonic is the link that picl a up the vital force of man in his run down state arid binds him to healthy and strength by recuperating thelBrain regulating the action of I l Heart and nourishing the Nervous System Pole s Honey aflit Tar i for uau Nr i I PERSONAL WD playbrooke was In Lebanon Tuesday i E S Mays and Glenn C Wood wjere in BardBtown Tuesday JMiss Margaret Leachman spent last wepk with Hiss Settle tryine frs B Li Litaey and daughter Miss Kateate in Lo lAvillethls week shop pijng Wrand Mrs CC Oambron of Lebanon were visiting friends here yesterday MIss Nellie DnrnJng whoibas been a visitor at the borne of Mr and MrsJ George Chescheir has returned to LJjttisvllle JBev R EL 0 Lawson returned frt m PJnevilia where ho had been holding protracted meeting which resulted in much good at the Presbyterianl orch of that place JMrG B Roberts who has been employed bn the Courier for some time resigned and let Wednesday to SonMstman and made many friends while here Taylorsville Courier j MOORESViLLE From Our Special Correspondeni iWeare having some very un favorable weather at present Miss Ann Boblett is on the k list Sunday school every Sunday evening at 3 oclock at New Hppe Mr J N Bodineand son drge visited Mr Herbert H l sttSaturday abd Sunday Mrs M linda Jrowe of Polm Bishop1oudy Mr Terome Trent and family lasttweek JMr Dee Brossti has bought a w buggy Mrs J M Wall and son Bur nettvisited Mr Warren Pile and family at Simms Sunday Mr Prfce Royalty and family are visiting his rather at Salvisa Ky MrXBomar of Camph1rille- s hfs pnoto gallerj in our oivn now A llarge crowd from here at tended county court Monday Mr Clayton Stallings has lpsed his school at Maud and returned to his home in Spring field JBrD On April 10th to the f of E S Boblett agirl Ftfte met la trpTuesday between Jas B Hays and Polin a party Lramps cousistipg ot three and several children ffen what wa Republicans can learn there who war t the nomination for Magis trate in thi district We think Mo resvUlQ precinct should Be ite home of the next Magiitrate- The Beech Fork was high i as Saturday than iit has been r two years past There were two car lpads cf b at shipped from Booker his we k and one car load of lumber il ped to Booker IMiss Ardia Wall has returned hfj3 after a pleasant visit to e aunt Mrs Warren Pile at ms MPS WjlTEddleman of Maple Hill yisited Mrs Ada Lyddane lst Saturday I had piles so bad I coull ret to e1jVie1 thing1 like piles B C Boice Sumracis Point N Y Lookout for imitation DeWIUsHaydon j1d granulated lids for twenty ears I triedi many doctors and lots f medicine to no avail A skim had grown over my eyes and they gvworse until I could not recojnize any utherJandlotEaglc well in ten dayirMrs W C Wood1 alll Murfrecsboro Tenn Good drug ists sell it i GARtWRIGHTSCREEK From Our Regular Corrcspondoiit Monday wascounty court day wasjlarge crowd attended from tt i place MrHenry Smith sold to R A Dodd of Wilmore Ky one ihorse for 127 5D Miss Vick Blandford was visi ing her sister Mis Johnnie jOBryau last week Misses Nora and Julia Smith lee tertainect few of their friends jlast Sunday i Mr John Cumbron of Cecil jville sold his horse county court ayfor125 Mrs Hilory Osbouneof Cecil ule who has been very sick is a little setter at this writing For all internal and external pains arid achos Dr B lls Antipain is an instant relief It is the most wonder ful payi killertsver discoyexed Trydt r iI I Dress Goods Waist Goods rn Dress GoodslUndColoiC 1 itf MohairSi Prunellas Glorias ig Almas J Venetians etc it l IN tl GOD Silk k4 W and IH ilndia ensI French Mulls Organdies Persian Lawn Embroidered Swiss Jtiile French Kannells Tricots Linens FaucyPiquisr iteoo EfflbfoideIies J Na Swiss ckonet IINI All OrsAppligue MHSH GOODS J mall shades Embroidered ij Swiss Mercerized Sahlesq L Mercerized FouJardsting khamsJewelryvJ merits c v ta OurStoclofCLOTHING i I fe complete andattraqtive J andOaipets 4-j Ple visit weWiJ14dunillgham i Shoesb Shirtst andd Hats u We have some grate Bar gins to offer you in this Depart beforedubuy YOUbDHSII We will put Dr Nassah Corset The Flpria Corset and the Rob Roy Corset npi against any SI Corset Our price oh is only 5067 i t li NOT I NS16 Lead Pneils525 Slate Pencils 5cI box6qolorpencils4c Ribbon from Ic to 40c yardII thread 5e6ydsseamI Dress stays t 5c 12 boxes tae prose 4 ply linen collars 9c 80 hair pins 4c ds IN usoo thc Paper dress pins Ie 8in metal back co nib IQc 120 mourning pins 5c 24safetypins5cLacLies 25t 60 hook and eyes 5c Pen hOlder pointlc 36 sheets writing pa per 5e- 86envelopes5e Tablets Ic 5c and 9r Respectfully subnriitted to the Cash Trade F= E ELDER Springfield Ky r ILIVERY FEED aMg SSALE STABLE WP HATCHETTMA- CKVnLE KY r KishlrYour jPatrpnage SSolicited YL f I 1 V u Iot rl 4 u JF SIMMSI MJ1LILISI- MMS V I J lMAtI1NL Y1 t8 LERY HARESS fbd wadd SaddI5 t1J Harueii Specaiity1We aIso j = Ia iml1 line ot FiaetorF mad 1 lIrf t Reirirgneayl4 11 AGENTS FOR Peering Harvester CotS Bhiei t1 ii tJ I Mowers RaKes Twiner OilSBepairi t t if t Cray cr ftt 8 1d8aft1 fJJr 1 t j J o k Powerful Progressive Tnuraci Rtyelaed r11 1 JJII SOUTHERN MIIITUAL 1 ft tt ltI Investment Company OF Lexbstopi yhl1J d 9 I0te881- E onomVIl 7- n 4N 1 GWlMcELROyAfflENT Springfield Ky r r l ij j u ijj iW W ijj Vi ji I1 I House Keepers Don 1 Forget 33 v Word ft RoBerfsolI f I HavhII newest and best thii4gsfn jIS ttartiets 1ttmgs 1 Itj jinpeum and x ollclQDf t 3 See c ur beautiful i inje of WALL RAf6rtpr 5 iru iin g from 4 to SDic a Roll 1I 3 I it f I Our hue fLace Curtains ii1 isj new and beantifdI QU f3 prices are Jheliest r Lu 11 j iII I II I S8HDES AD GllRTAINPOLESi COME TO SEE US i I 3 t 1 7 BEFORE BUYIHck f f n f BlljsAntig Wagons and other vehicles renow have on hn Jand theres mOre coming COme let iis fit JPricesj FOR EARLY pPtOwiiuL j You will wed a good plow ThereV nothing that equals the genuine OLIVER r CHILLED for which we se thobagentsr- We also keep the genuine repairs i iWekepFEED and SEED ant ay- CASH fpr grain 1 THOMPSON LND SPRINGFELK4 Sod byJ JJ M ce vi l Bi Yim R HMu1tica1t Hill don Roerteoa Yrt1Iwstt tile IfQ try to ci5rei4lgestiou oc sysps 1ab1atrv lacJM1f tkloay- wI1Hd nifone tty Q1lWY- 1dsity of good i1 lT gatei Xu6Qt ipssta t5IWs- slt OtJX5 rufor oeetb1nItht woiUL lM itoniysorneele1tnta fod but eyery- lcisd A1IdiH1 1he one gedytht- nI d ltBaydontQbetboJ h t =4pahie Hl lo Ertn t- ntY7isutTt r4Of- poI4 t un GJDVnl aantia1 reptsitiofl fIH lJY rert IatIe wei t per 1IMIIl ini all npeDII tralbI- balii4o 4 rlq JA In ls rdf igrLyxioneadvne4oscb weck i WtTE354 DsFni tl1gr orr MY Cens O u W7M DELINQUENT JUST r4Ae IV1Ws RfAp SpiJqGp1DpECNCT1O OiL4at M Therr t 4- ISEf i1ui1tH Afr DIIOU 1J ry Toy I IiveitBarttett 11rIMDISIt roM ciakL1- Ene7 j etiiouut I Powruty Io1ytKf- dweIj o s D ftJonInapiTent Job 1 rno1vent ecnt7MeGIJICt of court Mulyeyj 1 Insolvent inoIventNillylMtJcb 1 Left the county OsbOpWO Jf i Lett the county v Parsi A 1 Left State p 8abw 1 Listed twice i mimi1i Inaolvent SPJRINQFlELp NO 10 d ttij 1 Insolvent BP WL r Insolvent aoadJw i InsolveAt n 1 vlnablvent Oohla Gr vSl insolvent alVIW sic fkvTnBqiveritV fft lIn olvent ct4j 5SvVl Insolvent 1nc1vorrt11WV county KyJobn 1 Insolvent Kefir irp 4sf x l Insolvent cso1 Con f 1 1Tnsolvent OGi Rush 1 Insolvent Osr t i In olvent Pps Ipsolvent 5LeftStato 8bwmir antiey 1 luBolvont Tbcapn Yrak 1 Insolvent LSCIiqL 1 Insolvent 7REDERICkSTQWNS Iy6 Croakea Delinquent list oDeTho4 1 Insolvent t B1adfod Jas 1 Isblvent Biaadfcwd W A 45 1 1i Louisville IIaifloae dr 4000 liiatedin Louisville My LousII1Thou1 Left county BJL John 1 Insolyeqt udd Harisa 1 Insolvent uid Ray 1 Loft county lf ttt ilyJohjiF 1 Insolvent KrpyGeoS 1 Insolvent Iaa4tk J Insolvent OIdvMiIl Brnwis old tbrrnil1st1uat tm the outskirts of Bardtttfwn has t tn sold and the wo kof taacicx down the uld structure is 4prureging rapidly Thepujr schaijer r Mtssars 0 P Stuart i iwd TbotiM JrfaVtiogly pricett paid 90 As hus before been m ntkued IB Tne Standard this d mill VfttiM dC the oldest of its kiod jbftii Bt the Ohio river ad h4 tmotble historyvwith 55hich MCMit ot oar readeriarof- wriUi r l he old boltIng vratHS of the will is quite ft cur- jsitj theo days of improved inchTB ry It partially consists of he ty piece ol red cedWr Jioibpr fxte e feet in length and covered wi U a very fine r nu Utyol silk Qhe piece of limber hfts bee purchased by Mr 0 R Bnraes who vvil ArftQSler it tp bis lawn where it wiH btVseii support to lowwiiMr yinei The ojher rna teiiBenr in thft toil is rather of a prude character but not with standing thithe old mill in its day turivdoiut itnniepfie quan lilies of Jlour and meal of a very line quality Much Of this pro duct was shipped to Sout err inftrjfeis where it bruughc thet JijBPst prices The pltTTnTll Jor raauT years has been an obe gthtrost and enraving t 0 it kiv jp2ared xn rno ol tMp1ictiOis1n ths country1 tiiWfi istrwition vone of the most wjtableJandtnarUs inthis- 3tjon of the Stfttipasse away Sttpdard f BAIILOOD I BAD tOMPLX1I The skin is the seat of an almost end lei Taritty of diseases Tfeev are known yarioua names but are jail due to the MUM CMMe acid and other prisons in 4he bibSC that irritate unit interfere with tcporactioIoftbe5kin Tp have a smooth soft skin free from U eruptions the blood inust be kept pure aiid healthy The ninny preparations df ttenic Md potash and the large fiHUibcr cif face yowders and lotions jjn rally used ir this cla s of diseases cover up toe a 3ort titnc but cannot remove per m eotly the ugly blotehei aad the red zlii6guring pimL- t m = a 1NfltNI OrnpIiAAS rtedies are relied on shobe Iui St Io I i daufMer w aCitteU for jrraw UmninoK emptfoM on ier face which l uattncaU She wan talcea to two ltd hrylth ptit ffS but received no ben It55Cr nkcdiclnet wire prescribed ttet wiLl out rtt1t etlledecidedtoIrvS8 Sand by lM time the first bottle as fitiUbcd the eruption Legan tOdimWPt doarii bottles cured ronpletely and lift bir perfectly siuooJ J his iiow ieentetityars el and iiota Il tbfttclMiTBMinx di MiC kM cverrctoraed 5S SS w a po itife unfailing cure for the vont form of skin tro Wes It is te grsstsst O11 bood pUIiISd tli Bad blood make Ud cmitimmtp- urifie iavifo rates tile Old and Ssmak 4 that Jiooifiahai the body kp t Kth aM beattb- Isditin ta pffrfl1 itisd sn of- I r yoti have Eczema TIr Ac iwm P or asis or y skin is injiaply send for oar o hoc Skui li ases arid write our pbyc ajxt your case No charge wha of this fcrvieo wWfIC IaPATAT QOonnpr B 365 J Left county Phillip Joe l Insolvent Tayror Ja3 1 Insolvent yirbesitie 3 l1 11 Dead Weekly JllL i Left State 4MORESVfLE arettJohrj 251 1nso1vet hkWm 1 Intolvent 1 Dead 13dbL1rA J4 Leftcpuiity roreV U Insolvent baao JH 1 Insolvent Cbeicr Geo 1 Tnaolyont Opwlter Qeo u 1 Insolvent Cutsinger Brown l Insolvent Crow Bon ll Insolvent Oheatharn John tl Insolvont bheser Palmer 1 Ihgolvent CheatbathJ H 1 luaolvant bash Andrew 1 Listed twice Green Paris JQreen 1 Insolvent G H 1 Insolvent Green George 1 Insolvent Green Richard j SI Left county HnnterEM 1 Left coanty jjHustonjEp l Insolvent Hickeraon TJudiey Insolvent HOod Abo 12Hu- ston vl Insolvent R M r Ii luoolvent iHardiii iastin j- jHardln 1 Insolvent SB I Insolvent Hardln J H l Insolvent ijonea E U Insolvpnt Jones W R 1 InEoivent iones W M 1 Insolvent Nix WiIIiam 1 InsclFont Tatum J S l Insolvent Walls Bud Sj Insolvent Woekley TOm i Insolveat i1RUSH G1OV2 Baktjrfbps R 1 Insolvent 1 Bishop W II stS 1 Insolvent j JBisbopM Ri yfe l Insoivenl Bishop R T r 1 Insolvent Brewer sim bDeadrBurkhead Umry 1 Insolvent Bird T 1 Inaolvent Ghesser Dorman 1 Insolvent Chesqer James l insolvent Chester Jess 1 Insolvent Ctirtsinger Eli 1 InsolventSCrow Irvin 1 In Louisville Cbctsereter 1 Insolvent Chesser James 1 Insolvent Irvino Silas j i Insolvent HardestyHH 1 Loft State Haydon Geo 1 Insolvent Nix James 1 Insolvent Pinkstbn Harryi 1 Insolvent iarrott B PJ 1 Insolvent IPinkston B 8 1 Insolvent RoyaltyJobn 1 Insolvent ced Buck 1 Insolvent yReQdickS James K 1 Insolvent Tingle Bob 1 In8olventIVanfleet Johus 1 Insolvent JoliB anil Jonathan A very dramatip conversation print ed lu the London Outlook has the dou tile purpose of sailrizta both the Eng 11th niid 4merlcdn bent of iitlnd nd manners The quiart Yankee Is rep resented ns coming home to his admir ing town und telling Ih omewhai exag geratcd dialect What he thinks of his cousfu over the water Say tell iis liald a hlend air the English so terrible slow and dull after all W iITCpHed the travelog 1sreck on so I sat down one ulgbt in tlw par lor of little village pub Yes Its a public houseNJbut they call it pub in Enghi d Th re wuss the boss of the pub the local jntcher the locjil emi thlng and there wuss myself I Just listened though I cant say there wu s much to listen to The talk ran like this If ear ns Ted Robinson got the sack last week remarked a villager Ted RoblrisonT Mid the other vii lager deliberately puffing smoke Yuss I tar so Ted Robinson got the sack las week A pause More smoke iL 11vYuss I enrn ow e did TA longer pause Las week wits it e got the sack I ear as ow It was las week A long long pause Ah 1eard that a Friday Andv continued the Yankee not a soul among eni smiled It was their reglar mental diet Ob yes srnatt mqn the English are and ro mistake Chtdr c Criticism of On Alphabet The high class Chinaman speaking through his Interpreter wasgivlng thi eminent American visitor hs Impres sions bf the English language I cannot understand he said how anybody ever finals time to learn It Take that slngnUrly farmed letter iii your alphabet or Instance the letter g What an awkward and Ill Bhapsd character it Is What is the slgnlfl canee of that flttIa curling projection at the upper ejnd of It I have never seen anybody Who could tell me Then again riien tue learner line fainlllar Icd himself with tInt letter and pan rfcogiiizclt ati sight he learns that Itis tfqly a part of 4 word and that it enters into the cbmijosltioti of thousands of words It lm different pronunciations itnd sometimes Is not pronounced at all being entirely silent Now when you see one of our Chinese diameters you Know at Once what It iti3dwon der to metbajt your people do notcHs card the cunibcrsptnc forms of your rrittcn langaage and learn our sImpler and more easily rtuderatood system The enilnuutiAmercan could only bow lila heodjihjiiumlliatlon cud prom ise to bring ttjjTtter before the edu cational atitborUIestof his native laud Chicago Tribune Too BInch For tho cub One of the wealthiest wins mcr chants in Paris and also one of itt stoutest citizen wria the hero of an epl code which caused much laughter in tin Rue Priccesse M EL the covpuleat man hailed a cab which came alongside he curb Hu cppiied the door and gettlnga iiur chafeoou tile ra1Iiu cf cabbys seat trltftlito hoist liIuweItIn Jlut hjs wilght ivas too much oft the Vchlckt xslijSr ipacejpned over and as thehdial1bIkl very narrow crrtshpo iutcn tIIo ef a priming oQlc W t collapsed ott tbiS roui14Il cubby by a nilrach ehuu1uneerlaIxiperelL ThiStfoiloiRcd a stormy period The printer came out cud wanted to havei the price lr hts broken window the fat IiawayMttlih4oltbolrd ViMMs1 all pattleg adjoaroed t tlw police station where the dIAculty waj vtrntcht tMtd t cud M 1L Mt to wed looking foripaitiicr cab Itri Tes- b f c1ce oiifl Heelffi- Exercise is a splendid thing for a healthy person But when the body is weakened by disease exercise strains rather than strengthens Exercise will not cure auweak stomach It may in crease the appetite but it wont cure dyspepsia and an St4 increased appetite is FL4 a curse not a bless re Aing to the snifar- err from dyspepsia iiTer11a Golden Medical Bis I t LLi covery if there is a i t E deranedordseaaed- tI Yk condition of the jjr5 ft stomach and other Jt L5organs of ligestioq and nutrition This i fuiedkin is not a 14 lII cureall but a specific I J for diseases of the f stomach and diges y tire and nutritive I system Itstrength I ens the stomach I I ptlrifies the blood 1 and increases physi cal vigor There is no nice ho I contained iin Golden Medical Discovery and it is absolutely free8 from qpium cocaine and every other narcotic It is strictly a temperance medicine IwUh to aay that Dr Pierce Golden Sled kal Discovery ha proved a great blessing to ShuteabuzyPmnklinhad doctored for ray stomach trouble for several years going through a course or treat ment without any real benefit In September I had very sick spells and grew worse could eat but little rcontmenced In September iSgrto take Dr Tierces medicine and Ins short time I could eat and work I have gained twenty pounds in two months Dr Piercc3 Pleasdtt Pjdlets are a curt for constipation ANECDOTES OF FORREST Why the Confctlerntc Leader ncclln to Correcl iIi Spe1ilng Geftoral Porrcst of the Confederate army said anexCpnfcderatc otiieer irwas a tiillltrtiy genius of the first ranki Without previous training oruny jevcfoped tstste ln that direction be went Into tits army from a place as Overseer and attained commanding rank absolutely by merit Rough and Uncouth at Urst he became In later life courtly gentleman whom It was a pleasure to meet and to know re member on one occasion sometime nic er the war coming Up the Potomac with him wanted to Introduce a iyoung wotuan who was under my cs corU lie said he was flattered by the request but that he could not inert jiier unless site knew perfe ly well who he Was and that he Was not held Ih uifu esteem uy the northern icuinv chiefly on account df the Fort PIllow affair assured him that she was till ly apprised of his record mid then le- ntw wlthmelo meet her and she told me later site hij never wet a more at trncllre man Earlier In his career that Is bo core he had learned to spell he was asked by a young lady to put his auto graph her album1 He wrote hte name rsrequested and under It his title ma Jar general of calvary as he spelled It The lady called his attention to it In a very delIrate way ardf he looked at It moment and with a tilL conscious ness that he was lacking Ih that regard and with a beautiful and scarcely to expected humility be said et It stand to allOw bow ignorant General Forrest Is There are not many men who would hove done that I imagine and it was the little things that showed the mans true greatness New York Sun 2cky Thi T r1iuoanas Rare Kidney Trouble and Dont Know ita Hpif To d Out till a bottle common tlaa wtiI your water and let It stand twentyfour ihours a Isediment or set plUng Indicates aa unhealthy condl Ytlon of the kid neys if It atains your linen It is evidence si kid 4itey trouble too frequent desire pass It or pain In the back Is also bladderareWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoottheevery wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingitwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant oftenduringtimesduringordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realised It stands the highest for Its won derful cures off the most distressing cases thebestYbamay have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery frfK and a book that tells h shore aboutltbotheents absolutely free by mallNaddress Dr KHmer of SwaapRoot Co BlnghamtionW Y When writlngmen lion reading this generous offer in this paper WAitPEOTKOLE BEAUflFULiFOUNTAIN EFFECTS FOR THE PANAMERICAN Unexampled Sight to Be Profidea For Vluliors to the Exposition- AVlll Use j85000 Gallona of Water Per Minute For This Feature When visitors to the yanAincrlcnn Exposition View the fountain dlplays they will be Inclined to wonder where all tiio walcr conies froth so plentiful SvlJl be the supply It will be with these fountain displays the same as It will be with the electrical exhibit There will te a point n place at which the display Increase In beauty and extent until the climax Is attained In and about the Electric Tower anti the basin thereof So extensive will this be that all jwlll recognize tlte beauty of the display antHook in wondering ad miratlou ujibn the spectacle wjlilch Is destined toj be one Of the uiosticmark able feaiuijes of the Exposition The pumping plant that will supply tho water Affects wIll be located in the Court of tl c Machinery and Transpor tation bullxlhig It will consist of 12 pumps having a total capacity of 33 000 gallonaj of writer per minute The ngnes are all to be belted to their respective pump units and they wllLbe required t f be lu service from 10 oclockIn the morning until 1115 oclock jit jilght a period of 13 hours Estimating their capacity at 35000 gal lons of water each minute It Is ejldent that each jlay during the time they are to be In sjervlco they could pump the enormous jamount ot 27825000 gallons of water This water wlllbe used to serveHlie fountain displays at the Elee trie Tower and basin and also the Court of Fountains inclucllng the Fountain of Abundance The water will bo ta en from an Intake located at the north 4nd of the Court of Fountains basin through a 43 Inch suction pipe It will be delivered by the pumps through ip Inch and 20 inch pipes ut a pressurqf 110 pounds per square Inch jtoithe fountata drlfi es From these oriffces tie vater will stream in all shapes fri m the finest spray jetS to the solid stream Inches thick that will rise high In tile air At the Fountain of Abundance the sight will be nil the name implies There will be an abundance of water and It will be In motion Beyond tht Fountain of Abundance will bctlfe Court of Fountains and this basin be filled wjth large Jets of water thrown vertically They will be known ns pllarjets In thl Jbasln wllj also be located beautiful groups of water figures hll formed In the manner In which tile water is projected The wa ter figures willresemble sheaves of wheat lilies etc cud they will avqrage 12 feet high On n line through the center of the majn Court of Fountains there will be all of 20 of each of these figures 0f surpassing bcimty Beyond this still at the north end of the Court of Fountains will be tho Genius Of Water Here In fl significant group of statuary the sculptor will pot tray Iflsjaitlstfe Conception of what the figure is eslgncd to represent Over In froutjpi the statuary the water WIH ebulllate urrying out In most perfect way th ulptors Idea In trout of the Electric Tower In the basin anti la the niche of the Tower the cllnias of spectacular water ef teeth wlllconJe with a gprgeousncss that will exceed any display of the kind the world has seen On eachI side Ofih7 center of the structure will be located two groups of water Jets jvlth 20 large pillar Jets throwlug water columns to a helcht of no rtI Young Woment I1ic entry into vromanhood is critlca5i time for a gIrl LIttIC men itrual disorders started at that time toon grow Into fatal complications That feitiale troubles are filling graveyards prov this Vine ol Cardul estab ll ri a painkss and natural menstrual flow Vhen oncetni5 Important lone tion k tatted right a healthy life will usually follow Mtny woened yosng and old owe their lives to Wine ol Cardul There is nothing like tt to giv women free4om froinpaIn and to fit young women for every clUtyOf life JOo bottles at druggWi WM Delh Strayer TuHy1 KMI Mvei ered tmteld pain at weastrwl pt rtedf for a tang time herveMhad at4and lose interest bi everythifij hi fkt muerabk have Ucui leer fee tks ef Wine ef CarArf WHk Thfedfwdj ckDcaeM When needed eed te4ty- entirety cored cam et txprtM the tunics I M for what yen have dene lee FerMyJce la ewes reiIrisi eted diNe Cons addiSid giving syrspa the Iddlo MM Cia ny un tnt arc of a circle wuose ceviitr is t the nIchPi will be hjcated some 42 Larget Jets tflrowlng water In parabola curve toward the cascades In trOut of the l niche These jets will Te arranged is to biake a veryrajrged stream This stream trIll not b9 solid neither will It be so broken ai In the spray Jetfe Then out from tile niche Itself there will come n flood of water cf 13000 gallons per minute which by means ojf a deflector will take tire form of na Immense water screen or veil the beau ty of which will linger In the ujeulory OrTTrE DDSLAP CYCUNG ROUTES Will AH Lend to Daflnlo Net Suns sncr For the accommodation of the large number of cyclists who contemplate touring awheel to Buffalo cud thePan AmerlCAn Exposition and Niagara Falls next summer a series of trunk line Cycling routes Is being compiled They will probably bo as follows New York and Albany to Buffalo via the Hudson River the valley ot the Moba vk and the cycle paths of Central and Western New York 2 New York toBuffajo via the Del aware Water Gap Scranton Elmira Cornlnfe and the cycle paths of the SoutUera tier of counties a Boston and New England points to Buffalo connecting with Route No 1 at Albany 4 Boston and New Englandnolnts Buffalo via Providence New London steamboat to Greeupprft Long Isliond cycle paths of Suffolk County tp Brook lyn connecting with Route No 1 or 2 at New York 5 ash lngton Baltimore and Phila delphia t0 Buffhlo connecting with Route No 2 at the Delaware Water Gap or Scranton Sfc Louis and Chicago to Buffalo via Toledo Cleveland and Erie The road from Erie to Buffalo along the south shore of Lake Erie through the Grape belt lies been called the flnest 100 mile straightaway In America 7 Chicago and Milwaukee to Buffalo via steamboat across Lake ajlchlgan to Grand Haven Detroit through Can ada Niagara Falls 8 Cincinnati to Buffalo connecting with Route No 0 at Cleveland v BxtELno1 BtrrL- SUPREME IN ITS BEAUTY PAl AHEEIOAN EXPOSITION TO BE A MAGNIFICENT 8UEPEISE Blrtlscyo View of the Great Group of Splendid Architec tural Works A Womlcrftil Setting qf fountains Pools Plants ami Flowers rt Is promised fof the PanAmerican Exposition that It will surpass In beau ty any previous exposition In the worlds history It Is also expected that It will outrival its predecessors in ninny other ways for at no time have such wondrous achievements in all arts such perfection In thc undreds of trades been attained Bntlthe pur pose of this article is to treat In a gen arch way of the plan of the Exposi don the symmetry bf arrangement anti the exterior beauty that repre sents the careful cxpendlturecf several millions of dollars Accompanying this article Is a blrtlseye view of the Expo sition plot showing the magnificent work fn Its complete state The view is frojn the south and shows an area one mile and a quarter long and half a mile wide there being 350 acres In tile incfosure In the Immediate fareS ground Is a portion of Delaware Park one of tire fnmbys beauty spats of But fold The view shows the PnrU Lake with the Ntrth Day nt the left aud In the left fonground south of tire bay may beseeri a portion of the Albright Gallery of Art a beautiful permanent building oi white marble tile gift ofr Jolla J Albright of Buffalo and cost Ing over SJQOOOO North of the Bay Is the New York State Building also a permanent structure of marble These two buildings are In the style of Greek I temples one containing reminders of tile Parthenon and the other resem hung somewhat the Erechthcum upon the Acropolis at Athens Between the KorthBny end theI Jke the City of Buffalo has built ol large cxponson new and beautiful bridge of heavy masonry known ns the Bridge of the Three Americas T ils bridge carries the broad thoroughfare which leads from the main southern entrance 1o the approaches 6f the Exposition la the foreground Juat uortb ofthe Lake On tue tftrthcrn shore of thej Lake Is situated the life saving statfou erected by the Federal Government where ilaliy exhibitions wflj be giver by a crew1 of ten mon showing the uses of modern life shying apparatus as cm ployed upon our coasts Hidden from view upon tire southern bank of the LaVw a beautiful caslnp and boathouae h isi also been built by the City of But fifo for Exposition e4TJio Bymmftrlcal grouping of build logs will be at oticp noted by the ob fiefvpr Beginning at the formal tipi preach Just north of the LIthe the follows northward between two rows of ornamental columns to what lg known ns the Forecourt Epst ofthU are the State aad Foreign buildings forruiu in thou elves a rey Interest- rlug feature fat the Exposition No these also rue the buildings for the spe cial ordnance displays reprcsentlug the products of several hundred manufac torles In ihlsl llro of work West of the Forecourt witt be the outdoor horticul ItutnI displays and the Womens build lug Ve cross now the Triumphal Bridge which will be remarkable for Its trill piers richly oroaaicritpd will Btatunrr the product oftliy genius of Karl Bitter the director of sculpture and other famous sculptors On either side are the Mirror Lakes which form apart of theGraudCatoal more than a mile In length which surrounds the main group of bnjldlugs We come next to the which Is nearly twoQfUls Esplanadea Jong and 450 feet wide The western end Of the Esplanade is Inclosed by the Horticulture Graphic Arts and Mines buildings The eastern end Is shut In by the Government group of three large buildings Sunken gardens with elaborate fountains and many groups LIofthe Esplanade and the decorative tea tures throughout this broad space are very numerous and beautiful North of the Esplanade Is the Court of Foun talus with the Ethnology building on the right ami the Music building on the left Two subordinate courts also open Into the Esplanade froth the north the one on the right being known as the Court of Cypresses and the one qn the left ns the Court of Lilies Next north of the Ethqology building on the right and fronting upon the Court of Fountalus la the Mapu lectUres anti Liberal Arts bulldtag and 1on the opposite side the MJachluery and Transnortatlon bnjJdlng tin the Court nf Kp antiis a iarv PAoU havJas ao rSorca ot abouf two acres anu cpntam tntr many beautiful fountains Pro ceeding again northward we come to the Mall a broad avenue half a mile long extending from the eastern boundary to the western gate ofthe Ex position Fronting upon the Mall on the right Is the Agriculture building and on the left the Electricity buHdlhg We now arrive nt the most conspicuous feature of the Exposition the massive Electric Tower 391 feet In height This tower stands between the Court of Fountains and the Plaza In a broad pool about two acres In extent This will be the most ornamental feature of the great Exposition and will be the centerpiece for special and elaborate electrical illumination Im mediately north bf the Electric Tower Is the Plaza with Its beautiful sunken garden and bandstand in the center the Propylaea or monumental en trances at the north the entrance to the Stadium on the east and the en trance to the Midway ou the west i It should be understood by every In tending visitor that the Elposltlon wIll present the most beautiful spectacle thU twentieth century genius cab proS vjaey By any there TvHi be a most pleasing display of floral and fountain- effects Tins many buildings with their elaborate and delicate tracery of orna mental plastic work and their radiance of Volor the many groups of statuary ln every part of the grounds will coaf stltutu a picture never before parallel ed At night all the buildings will glow with the soft radiance of thousands of electric lights tnriklng a scene of un rivaled brilliance anti splendor Half a million lamps wll be used Uj the electrical Illumination It should also be added that the Mid way at the Exposition will be th most extensive and n6vel that has ever been prepared It will be 3000 feet long haying more thari n tulle of frontage Over 30 veryMntcreStlng featuresmauy of them coverlhg several acres will make up this gigantic collection of wonders The athletic catures bf the Exposi tion will be shown Iii the Stadium which covers about tim acres olf ground and contains n scatrng capacity tot wore than 12000 people All of the exhibit buildings cwill be filled to corn pletion with the very latest products of ran American gjulus and industry and will offer an opportunity for every Inquiring mind to learn a most Inter esting lesson of New World progress and civilization The power for Exposition uses Is fur nished principally from Niagara Falls which are situated only n few minutes ride from the Exposition grounds But falo Is a city of nearly 400000 popula thin and Is preparlngIn every possible why torfbe reception of millions of visitors In 1001 MARK BESKITT Vonld Let Women Vote Representative Henry C Smith of Mlqhlpnn has Introduced the following amcudtncnt to the federal constitution The house rrprc33ntatlrcs shall be of members chosen evorf year the pee pie the several states and the electors in cacii stats shall have tks qualification hereafter icrilted by act of consrass which qualifications be uniform all states The member from Michigan has over looked a decision of the United States supreme court delIvered by Chief Jus tice Waite In 1873 whIch declared Tho United Stages has no voters of its own creation j The franchise must be regulated by the states The qual ifications of electors therfore cannot be prescribed by act of congress This decision was made for the purpomt of preventing women from der the fourteenth amendment To be sure it reversed one of ltsawn dept sions thereby but It stopped the leak in the dike which would have Inundat ed the countryTNew York Sun Ini a Duchess 1ErerrdescriptIon of the Sgown Duchcssj of Devoliahlrc one of Englands enormously wealthy and handsomest duchesses at the prl vote theatricals which were a feature of the house party recently Invited for the Prince of Wales now fed ward VII by the duke and duchess at their splendid residence Uiatsworth I IA veHtnble duchess looked her grace of Devonshire robed in pale blue of the richest fabric veied In Jewel era broidered chiffon the skirt and decol letage studded wit diamonds and a Luau cqronet of tl same gem worn over a wreath of pccn leaves One shoulder wits mnssc with lovely pink blooms and many TOWS of pearls with clasps of sapphires and diamonds were worn round hergraces throat A Spanish Princess The Princess the Asturlns eldest sister of the young king of Spalnjvho wilt shortly marry Prince Chars of Bourbon Is said to be considerably moro cultured tmn the roJU iIty jof SpanIsh maidens of her age Her cdii cation has been Carefully superintend cd by her mother the queen regent and contrary to tie Custom of the country outdoor exercise and pastimes have been Included In the curriculum although the pdncess and her Bister have nOt Inherited their mothers fond ness for oatdoor Life The brIde elect Is said to be small and dark of n pro i jauipernnce Eptcrnms In Fiction I always prrty that I may never put live my Illusions or my front teeth though all qlsemay fall me Admiration s like porridge awftilly stodglug but you get hungry again alv most as soon as youve eatpn It A goo nose Is an abiding resting place for vanity You kuow that lUwIll l outlast your time and thaf age cannot wither nor custom stale Its satisfactory t proportions The quality of mercy should not be measured out by teaspoonfuls In a medicine glass but should be sent round In a watering cart by thecotinty jCoutielll Theyve no sense men havent The very best of them dont properly knw the difference between their souls and their stomachs and they fancy that they are awrcstllns with their doubts when really It Is their dinners that arc awrcstllng with them It Is the duty of all women to loot happy the married ones to show that they dont wish they werent married and the unmarried ones to show that they dont wish they wereeW Xork Telegram The Matter aSetalroloB A RusslAn military paper tolls of n lieutenant who overheard a sergeant giving a recruit a short lecture upon his duties The military service1 said the sergeant requires little pray er to God and n strict attention to tin orders of a superior Somewhat as tonlsbed ht this singular detiltlon of military duty the Officer ventured to BBsk the serkcanl for his authority whereupon the sergeant produced an ancient volume containing the follow Ing The military duty requires lit lie prayer to God rind strkt attentloH to tire ord6r ofa Bupcrloc Aruiy i tuj avyj9umn j rip i R uny Gicl DSNNY A tuon Wir P anai aPresident Vi Prc8ident nd Tress 4 t s i LEXINGTOR CO L1ANN1IRANA AWS Mai I 4- cit ia t 42atdCcrtiit ato IIoideis t September t ILf4IaIDOQ at ssiThcLexiukotiby reversmjj the plan rJLive Iiiiucaiicc Cornpatijc jiay large sums t9 the1ei oftheir MISdie We jy a Sninlicusum to all of our niembera as theirciouparos dfe 4The Lexrtgton InVestment guarantees to payl to Its nienibers thsctft 1ns4sfor every cite redeived from them The Lexington Investment Co is in iipr bvctnknt Overall other pius flacvestment Cbs T Bcaase it pays score money f i ceiypancomecertifteate skilled j 3 Because it redeems jtfc couppiiaIn a TcgulaS cpnsecatiVe brd rand Salso called numeral drawingH or lottery feature attached to itby hjch f possible tc favor the fev at tiii expense o the nsauy 4 Becaktse after three years if the certiacate isnot ki1lc the1a a obtain a paid up certigcate and cease payingionsame his renainiageiie poils beingzedeerned tliereaftr ifl tlteiiregulariordc Oug strengthiIike life ifisu snce lies in our rneanibership bnt nulliceaLaki Insure olin held ofbusincss is it iimited lul everybody is e1igiblto nsesab hip Nornedjcal examinatIon ftquired T SCOTT MAYE8 j j Encul Agent at SprinafielgJf EDUCATIOF114 BUSINESS 1 1nttbsolntly cessar to tio youg man or young woman who would win succe in life Ybls being candca it is ksj importance to get your training at the school that qtaiids la the BRYANT 8TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEE4 LOUISVILLE KY 4 Jr BOOKKEEPIUG SHOPTND TELEGRAPHY pi L IS TheSIiorfest Routeioladii One why travelers to j via Memphiis and the fi Cotton Belt Xxtt isthat the Cotton Beljt is frcrtif twentyfive to fifty miles shoriet Qh T rous 1hisaving in disfaet L 4iing1n BpHIe Freeio Sufferers Dops your Skin Itch or Burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the Skin scxyou feel to be sen in cotupj HoScabs and Scales form on the Skit Hair or Scalp Jiave roO Skin Sore ato Cracked Rash form on the Skirt jr Pain in the Sikin Boils Dimples Bone Swol leu Joints Falling Hair All Riii EatirtfSoressynijtPoisons in the Hood To cure to sis cured take B JJ B1 Botanic felo Balm Which wakes the bloodpur a rich B B B witTcause therpres I forevtIbreath sweet BB Bju the ret edy you have been looifciff fo thoroughly tested for 30 yeas Oi readers are advised to try B B B Foi sale by druggists at SI per large bpttli six large bottles full treatmeutj 5 Complete directions with eacn bottle To sufferer may test it a trial bottle- given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free person 1ijinist The beSts Magazines ancl New sr apeys fmhlished in iej country offered at re daced at NE W L ER subscribers viT1fl NetI1chEfl Lqulsvilie rbsivrthily v276 Gourj r Jourial twice a wfeek L50 Louisyille Commoicml daily 500 Louisville QomrnercibJwekIy 125 Ajbuisvlle Dispntcli 1 25 Homej anil Farm 140 Fanners home Journal lf5 Cito ConinifercialTriDure ps j4 Gincnina ti Enquirer iSt Country Gentlemaft v 8iO Interstate Poultry mar 1BC Ohio rammer ff j Independent jiV 5P iiIvbr Kiiight St Louis Globe Denicra Century Nra u e Si Nicholas 5O southern Florist and Ganienr I1 MtyflowerS l 25 Harpers Bazar QarpersRound Table 0Vorld lri 175 Muneyjs Magazine 185 McOlures Magazine Review af Rovie s 8o ewyorkV elVJbne KYkTrioe VeftVoiU Ffanf Leslies Popular Moat The Arena McVftlls Mngnzme 125 CCLIIlianituterisisiiiirsittiiningwilnlisain iloitestv iord titan oxpoilftce reqwlrtil ejyEncliee4Iu Msniincsirers ThItd poor I Sevenexppienced teu hers ien one ipdta 1st ttLU line Gfadu aWs of this olPge clerked in bqsizrsbotisca Write for bf autifnVbc ok iv inRtcsthnonlals from graduates ocpvpyibg prosai nei t posit lobs airover the United States itJkill lie mailed to you TfREK The school Is In sfcssloa thewhole your n vacations studcnts iiIteratanvlimer w reason Texts 7 ashamed Pricklin Pains rates tmy raueM j ts U Pvtcr Ctit Can durtrf 4ytd OutrCM diy ma Wntetsheuuautd iysa ewe M we the Oast of j tictet3ndscasyon4coac1Lter schedule ihs th little teak ATdptoTcziS t rLTrAee1 LLtSLIsIj SEEDSjuIN1LihthIEI5 PrOd5CePCrSp5aRJtIhS the oet cWl7 rset5 Oar Mt the b sd INV- irst aerteet i s CeMZIWstI5P114 Ovins PknsrdLaw Gisse Sde Slid PsdMnseea 3 Sd Or as4ait the kitPeruse Its filled with Imfbnw aboutdnsaiptIoas aowiu aipZiMliuSSleech crops BNkIsskcgstsins t5bkar- i1cL sch wrilku by atsItheck ashiest oa Cow Pens srkt e de oese CN1 PtyitrS 7- wisiDieeesOis WVS11PISysu nsK Pp WOOOSTUm co fcEEDSMEN Lsvsus y 4IWANTBDSoveral Trustwsrpy 1srr Rolls in this state Jo utitange business in their own iuid nerJy e1rM4 tips Itis mainly allies work toMdioeftd- at huiiio SalsrvstriigkLOO iYearssid expejisesdetThIte iatts idej n lit l53 salary Monthly L R eieii EnclosesoIrncIdresl triispsid envplope Herbert E Bra Prpto tirtnioitt r 0llWftt- TM Truth ANDYOUcT1T1N11kr Tie4Week CGriirJrii1DF- MOCNATIQ IN P1LfT + 5SPhbllbed every WeslssedayaadS- aurii 1O4pnp Pone ycfor1 100 Tps TvcwsWrn CovaianJOaxsL the eqeal of maiiy daillie and the unieV of all other papers Jfr prints iwrc ren nnvra ufore goad clawi naUer saMe goo stories than any otbe lenuiCti Wdnq atand Saturday A peel eon Hisio siillicatlOai1te I ii i PcA11fluKLKH Y0UCAGTTH NWS1LIAI NlvuIi TWIC1AWk 15O is rar on e iu csii4 tios eflfer 4 IK MMt NxwalRAiscracaMf Tb Purftr rine b4eo4 is nssMant1y liei ied hy the lena Urn kid neys ltc lMKiWjpFMWi4hMhhr addition and the iwtUwgtitr aicl yoli will have Jt eed at ja tlocu purifier For thiM jporpoao tlurd ts uiothlng equal to cam1iit Stomuutl ajkl liiwr TaMett one d c oftb tt will doyoA more gtsl than a dollar bbttle of the let blyod jufiikr Price 25 cents Samples free at Hujfi aSstru