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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, January 22, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 new1903012201 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, January 22, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 $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. 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BJ sr EssMbfllsChlbvht h Itt uptpvdatp in pushing Jie to tge fronjtr JCawrlance had BusiniBss Mens luW jfy ffar diatajtit i p Jlbut 1 iiOfinghasr been heavd pfvitf t for JkI yjpld many ys Uqikeup Lat s takjGp tIi- hi a Drt jfor wtetorfQr h- redstreectriet 1iights vshia oi Lias t1L5r- oletFr hiGoiil Mahat EPney the little fourI teelrdrlof Mr5JoMttI3- c11eI t last week f4oucIir ii HfngumQnlaafter shoit1lllnh i- gjitiral l wascQb dctefr 1qnjrret church Wednesday cCariico wafmt ppjp EPitrLyeoiday morn lofsltJn1I1ai or shoes from tiet Bluol cross f Irrtcery Co sonrjaPnths JtfIj Ha was held a vrtioU wn IHe nliorfi offrtlc grancl Jury1 4Jfi PniHps wags t t t1r1ttIr the JWqIt1t1tIrryfng coned tied ii J iJly yijpiy JP1Iti5I ilLIqgralnted un jlii jiUIUlfj flI uttlulIil1 n9JD lpf OoivMlBriTJruJrthtf t Te a phdnejp3 to ChiirmC5tlk esf ipyiprlheir wirvs from that place to Lobiinpn which tn essages orrii guafe tttJ t a ytioint on the UnQ38 the I jrfp usTuiephoijeCjbmpany LctIsviite The pfdor is eff ctivO atthe ondpf 20 days butt jthjfl that tirripjti Is expected t6 tp t pf latAppealsCastThurdyaftcr1oon MiafJarnestedrriQnds died afierjti fews ys illness of Bn htst tliseasr 1bhcjufr troutIea the liome r otf his brother Ajrjvl W Ed rabndsin thlrcTty TI HI was in i9sJxt fiixtb yeaUinf hidbVen j i fp the mercantile business Jn Jjeb and anonfprS6 years he and hist f2 srvllying ibrpOinr haying beenr r partnership durinthIhbtlr- r le uf th the eiccOption pfpne yea era e was a Jaltlt14 rorttheh f3i t ehirc1i andwain ODPrable 1r dupright ciiiafnv Mit iEd life a0 flIWtLSbOrflaId roared beire Pb and alt KthrPugh liTe he was a s peaceubte perspna jnanf fftfralrs alavSi attendingl tk1 l t1 oflwlls hccldfl t thorcs ienctrFrida- ernoon 00 by5 Kevj Dr GraYyq I dIt i placed iiwa ipRydticcumetryt l Tried to CiecealI It L VSthe 9rdstori of1rnurde r 0f1 loutonlyt in tbis case ttfierea the ntfcntne Avoman Jfeels run ex- dpwni bbas buclrachordyspepsia in antltrinksk frfs nothing and tries upon objdowtir ke EjoctrfoJ fitters at once of has a repRUiipQ or curing oft Stomaclrt Livery and Kidney ttrQubles andlnrrevivifyyrn r oloig3Lem Iho bithose1 i tcrfhe curatIve ippwtc QtJ1JBJlectrJp BitteTs itrantcedt Viiatc igrst will i t1 nti J l APRYtiJTSJ T fJ Abouf+ fhc Worlds palY 5k lil 4IomTh Liouisiaua Purchaiw EJC ppsltlon The WprldVEair will 1m em t f the dfaiennfal of t I t ntinaDdngorb9ifatioaI vcflt of this clmrac wjtbin the i brld tbe won n 1200aorHIsootland have 80 acres o exHibitt1J spacetand will cosfVpproxiniafci iyiboodppoob Mi Nth ns iiatesTerrttorieii P ov n es nil 01bds wilt Vi iyutv a ulr re Vui iir hi gh if 6ii tIled u fait Ult1oBot iit eiiei if mP ferrr civ i t JHjfMH in j It avis a leucfid anil udu t4s hit buUdingiwilll beheld with fitting l ltcefempny prH8 Iis7 phase Exposition will+ pouoneyear pij inTheprice and herItieatDemiUi fothg tjar of United StuWat that lline the fiffids f jajC4oye omen appropriationt J 120000000 iUDited tatqs Government pT oprations JpSjOOpOOQ fur gerir wH- igfund 450bob for tni irdin tiC 80 000 fur exhibits JllqQOt9ri t 1Mnliane b4tti 80D0 J l tlicsyngtatit t theillfpLnoxbbit I City oiffS LonsnpproprithJyot rLeulsJit rf5 h1riI u rt 1 g lJM w 1TiTi U ttanjce 3J Baney appropriat t jby other y ripui statest and D lerritPfits n wiMalDfieaBuUd0t t fi fan the firfr palaoSsi formf body iol the sbufliost lTarge0Hon Tauniib1dIpg5n C3uniItheGrand JVvanuf aithe lth alltcomer of igroundLATheadrainisiralidp thst exposition lisin the hands c r i1 93 direttprt it top tcbDImportant tTb8rblp hIcht 150600 wiltl bg awarde th a the of jherilbaicpBfc8S nwh J aaiiJtjfomill parli 9th world l parlicipua tirr at liprs fMIftoMMtf6y 1 rr ft brcddtn lrl j1fJe tI Tii rn aey f fer CPOtItat tllth6wIjeJi et1W Ity of the nation if iI1IIW IJ4 St Low eUy tif Mil zltlon fourth city JIappuito5I- e lii th tJnited States irur f tt ou sly cIoiei M tl plawifor holdmx ttie Jforlfy file Jv erTbe Louisville Uudt-tS IUIS RaIlway Lithe 1 i4 fFair line fro LbtaTlU Owiei JJ t bo ro iin4 CeaypLew t ww NwI 4 Is displayed by nVy Ii iipir endijriog pains PT ccid htalc tav Wounds Bruise Bunif Bpali rn feet 01 stiff ljolBit But thVe j nrt need for it BeicIesSArrIcsi SUveWtIt killitli pfii and WrtHbB trouble 151 tIM S11voorl earth for ruitoo 26c at O J HaydMi DiT tS l JtNtlCttof Grcdiiopx t tBy ordrpf the PFaaKio tPtt iul Court t Jl pos hI claimsagaJttst the eitatli fjf muel PvTai7 0r deceased arS4 eby not tied to pr fntit t i dc1aims O5n119nrV bS dleino atoc Jn tie tJ Sprngtleld Kyocitbefl f i 21st dayofeb 9OI Tha 1t i6 993 fos MEDti3f OfWi 9 O JJCUIIt ncIIKuin r 1 othl doc for tile theb IcIji I tHi let fl wheii hut aIigij ovrIoIcied tod if tLlfl1nkcesl OJ cIetlunl JrJtflft If Jack tronttgisOtJ white th lullsJ tQ that organ are a i e t19d heal Ko1oI dIgeasSt and enables the toraa t eaitLvet i orgaas t tDtra9rAalf ch red blood t AviecifTvYi iJt Jt erIch men pQAiiien q FlIjoifllupayIngi3butetoeWi t 11 1iLWiliIamH ot vt4Atoua1i Tea i r ta Little r1rliier1 retl Icvr i d lii faIsIIlT XI IIjftl JJgJyrcc1IUnhd tI1 Jtfi syry f t They cfrCutiPaflhLS r siiess = Uedclit TppL1Y idIce at tlfJlt 1111n Jtitt I EayJoarSh c7t Blink slQct 1h- s t t execIi9tfir hirs ip4 PtJj f t Ii r t rcttta4 JiY o JJt1 t irjii rl1t nti11 4kf1 tWj tUniv t Jltthet naet Qit t rs 1i fit jPo JJe DOp0iLBflk 9rf Sprlnif 1 TerzeehIh linii tF E Kuhh 41 jf J irank Wall Jr rExecut ri lifIf F SiEkms t riTT J f 4 t i r1 = i tit fiI 1I Ntw r tMIRPvI- LiW3 yiTftt1 AY i li A tlfAfUHN ADVANCES d SRIGVIELDKY f Jift t hLJ x ttMl r 1tItt4 notices IP cant por eUBlftt1oa cu eR ndIdW and potLt1o1mittz perIMfc Job work U dome att low rate but cash Iteit ptkl oa teIverS of good AOvtrtlslBg contract made on Mbera trl of mpoctgc iiusrlei n4 resolutions ilave01 ANIO1T1iETI tqitY Magtrtes 600 QM era H t 4snl1y 1fti tr1i1fOfltcesco 1 L = iTBMRfTOAt 1JANAURY 22 1903 tl1 For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce the name of rD PINLEY SHUCK f a candIdate rortbe O111oe otOircultf JudICIaI Judge Pt this the Eleventi- ritrlot compod or thuoou tleso Grocu and MblngMatlo Taylor ton ubjct to the Action of the Demo cratlo party L Cnmonwea1thS Attorney- j authorized to announcey Ve are BEN SpAiIN- Gf I fi w a fcimUdato for the office of Com rf libiiwealtbi Attorney for the lltb t r Judicial district subject to the action ICci4 fafjtt the Damocratlo party rltnar ict i alentiua June 6 1933 L orGtrcalt Clerk J We irb authorized to announce tthe t name off OP BOStEY r a c nclldatb for the ofDce of Olerk XtiorC the Wasuington Circuit Court j4 abject to the notion of the DemcJ Zffil t A iI rritlo party I We are authorized to announce i UK PM CAMPBELL aa a candidate for the qfflco pf Glrcuft Court Clerk of WaahingfiGn county ubl ctU thy iTftiit10 Primary 1111103 If elCeted wI1v tbeomoe by Robe Nqe Rot Representative Ware authorized to announce Mr WILLIAM D otAYBROOKE aI ttoudldate for the Demo if Domination for the office r8ftfi8ntatlveJn tho lower J off Kentucky Legislature from k i friiiftoa county sdbjeot to the t T 1 piirnary February 211903- iIn our announcenient column this week appears the card of llfc William D C laybrooke who fr frdire tOtejreHntWnsblngton jaunty in tue loycer house of the ext Kentucky legfiiaiufe9 Mr Gkybrooke submitsII1ls claims to tb action offtbe Democratic A primary on F blu rj21next Mr Oteybrooke is a young want Ikx well known to the people of I If hingif0n county to need any iBiKQdJlstion from uifci He was countyiiMfi Br8pe 4ing hisypuih in siiippkg htl ltlorf1iAj calling dI Hf has ttlfdt among us to practice hk prewsiQpthat off iMRi Mr Clay biooke graduated fmThw department of Con ter ColiM e Jbe cla4 of e9lLdn4ktQ bgu 7 I irl 4 + l 51 r jtLq Ad7cir l 111 IfrI j lialiI ililL ilL II i News From1 The County 1 J1JJI JJI 3ohnII rrlson liaR iben con fined tohThhedjorsovergl days with lung trouble MiisParleoIIshnmis lslowly improving at this writing A few cases off whpopfni couvh are reported In our Vi age Rumor says Uere will be a wedding this weeK A Wewill natno the parties later ori Miss Naom iferner is assisting Prof Edwards wiih his school at the college ot Reed Thompson leaves tthis week for Louisville where he will ttake a cpnrseJa a medical collegel A Nl Ferrell and ife spent last Saturday in Harrodsburg shopping Mr James Petor of Oklahoma is hero onrrljislt old friends anJ relutwy ide jus 113 ben he guestpfhsr imuh r Ms Mary Peter neU Bard fown Garlwrights tirnck Mr JU taijrico and Mrs Mar ha OBrvati spt tfl Hie latt r part of ilie week with Mr Joe Sjwchng Mr any Mrs George Smith also Mrs Hilary Bowling were visiting att Mr Fiank Carriuos Sunday Estejt Wheatley bough nf Rob Kinoy his bMggy Thy price jiwi lo toi Uoow The marriage off Mr Albrt Smith and Mias Nora Medloy took place att StR ye church on Wednesday at 12L clock The brde is a i1imi IKtngl Itiy uff many mJhsmentsJnd the groom is a prospersus young ffarmer They have the sincere wlshiff the correspondent or a long and happy life j V r and Mrs Will Rihey arid children were visiting at L B Qirricos Sunday r Misses Mary Bv and rfepsje Carried and Nora Smith wepe visltingMlss Gora Philips Cues day esvening Mr Ed Philipsl bought from Mr EdM attJngly of n ar Leb arson 4 shoiTijl= v 3 Tailed to lea n tho price Robert Riney left Monday on ih0 two oclock train for Louis vilje where he has employment He and his m ther Intend lo tko that their future hpme Mr Arthur Oarrlco and Miss Effia Srmth were visiting att Mr Bill Willets Sunday evening Mr J3eit Smith called on h- Ibastglrl Sunday V Miss Cirrio Smith oegan teach in school on Rip hih Ridge on Mondai We wish Carrie ill the uccess possible also issRe glniMahbney whp4 iJMiU begin tteaching kt the Woodiawn school Monday Sheriffs Sa1e FOR Darn Oata pUetl1tr AppelHe For Viutatn1 TldbtU Possibly the dog world might afford a bcttcf clmcrt of it livingr Bkcletpii than ono In the kennel ncxt tt6thoi do Jot a boarding place for animals lintt It would take a days journej ta find makes him so hlnrtUSasked of tbo attendant He wont eatt was the reply that Is he wont eat hospitall food Hes bcensp lledLots9tdogannd cats that are brought here havo been Bp6l cd Their owners think ItIs a sign of high breeding tto cultivate an appetite torn peculiar and unnatural diet They train animals to cat all kinds qt food that they would iicT r touch of their own volition This emaciated tel owns been aught to like fruit He Is particularly fond ofttpearsibut In case he cant get them p aches apples and bananas are a fairly satisfactory substitute Unfortunately hla present nil mont makes a fruit diet extremely dangerous and since he Is deprived of his favprlto food ho Is literally starvt ing hlnjlself to death The attendant passed on to a qelgh boring cage and poked lila finger spor thely Into the side of a large gray eAt that meowed plaintively In response to his cheery Hello there Cajsarl The cat had such a healthy whole some appearance that the visitor In quired what meat he was fed upon Humph did the attendant Youve missed It there He doesnt feed upon meat Hes a vegetarian lIe likes onions better than anything else un less Its melons A good many cats like melons and mos of tticm are also partial to raw asparagus Thefact t Is you might run through a list of all the dishes that find a place on any up to date menu and you will find that some of our patients have acquired at taste forthem This epicurean appetite may denote aristocratic tendencies on the part pf my boarders but I dOlt approve of It Most of these acquired tastes are a perversion of the natural animal appetite and 1tlsilkely tu prove harmful In the end The trick Is pretty expensive for us fellows that run cat and dog boarding houses and Id like to put astop to tNew York Times APHORISMS Liberality consists rather In glvlnj Bcaeonably than niuchClcero- Labor Ja the divine law of our exist ence repose Is desertion and suicide Mazzini Unbecoming forwardness oftener pro cceds from Ignorance than Impudence Gyvllle Kindness Is a laifeuago the dumb can speak and the deaf can bear and under stand Bovee Everyone complains of the badncs of lila memory but nobody of his judg- m nochefoucauld He who has no Inclination to Team more will be very apt to think that he knows enough Powell It Is not what he has or even what he does which expresses tile worth of a man but what he is Aralel- JUoit plc PIo wpald iBUcceed Insmall things if they wero not troubled with great ambit1onsLongfeilow Justice Is the Insurance we have on our lives and property an 1 obedience the premium we pay for itPenn Oat ef Ancient Egypt By some persons the popularity of the eattln Egypt has been attributed jo the fact that the animal was valu able In ridding the palaces of rats and mice and also in hunting fowls Thcro are several paintings In the British museum executed by Cadent Egyp tian artists representing Egyptian sportsmen in boats on the river Nile accompanied by large cats sitting on their haunches In the stern Other pictures show the cats swimming with birds in their mouths after the Baann r of retriever dogs V bee pictures have greatly perplexeoTmoders naturalists because the cat of today Ha ftrgng avcrslga to Eater and it 14idlftlcult to reconcile such different traits even aft r ttbe lapse of thousanda of years 101 We Oogkt tJlat It iIMS been 114 fhAt a mankbe In very dltthlfbe more thantthree different tMaDlt one meal Jtt s as pearly as poefl tatet More tot tiamp rawj ful dry oil As a 11 WASIIINGtON CIRcblt CdtlR KV 1IA QJllt KELL Y PiLls r EQUiTYSBy virtue of a Jud cement and order of BAO of tho Washington Jroult ourl rendered of the October term tberoof 1008 lathe abrcaUso I shollpro coed to offer for sale at the tCourt Uoulllrdooio Sprlngflold Ky on thi 20th dif oiJanuarf 1003 at2 ocipck pmoi iherottbouts being ounty ourt Day to tthe highest bidder Pobllo t Auction upon a credit pf six and twelve monthSj the following de 8orlbed property to wit A tract ofr land situated In Was hinc county Kentucky oh tlb 6 waters ov Rock Bun and bounded on the Nort by the lands of Mrs Elizabeth Clem onto and William Mock oh the We by the county road on tbo south h till lands of Stephen Wbeatly an WIIUlirD Edwards and on the Eaitt b the lands of Mrs Elizabeth Clementh containing acres For the pnsohaso prlCO the purchafU or or purchasers with approved secu rlty or sureties ronRt execute boo bearing lags interest from ato 0 sale hiitll paid and having tho fore 4nd effect of Judgement Biddn will be required to comply prompt vth thesM temp THO IJ A MEDLEY M C W C Have it v ifid Dr CIa bough 83 rum In your fatnilv or fr ur clf7 If you have not opt jndptr It by other cough svrups that JOM have ufred for herc iIs no comparicvi- Or CLASSES COUGH SYRUP cures relieving the lungs uf itihainntion i never dries npoi slops the cough without reinovingthe caufce Sold Tood Campbell Have your meas ure taken for your new Fall garments It is the only proper and sat- Isfactory waybif buying your clothes Make your selec tion from t e tailoring line of STRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 Oood Ullor lor over e quarter ceatwy Youll find a world of pleasure in wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros faultless In style fit finish and mater tals Theyreso much better than the ordinary run off clotbcs yet prices are aston Uhingljr love and youfreper fectly jufelii ordering beE cause if gtrments art net satrisfactory you rietdnt t take them We will be pleased to show you sampltsCftll CUNUNaHAIV1 DUNCAN t t He who ia false to present duty breaks thread lu the loom and Will see the dlqt whim the weaving of a lifetime unKJod- EORGE ELIOT 3HSTA story i d 5k scrip a Vigorous d Age 1 Paine Ceiery CompounA feel younr and cures their II1Se old ars off leaith nndcnjoymentadded VIIe tthiagreat medicineregularly 7 c orating powers willfUl your decJlfixwfg with health strength And happtn 9what George F Morse 67 years olaYQc WELLS Co v eIClfllintliust a word in Ifl Palne5 Celery Compound hoping ItJnAoh f 4he eye of some afflicted person m may receive the same satisfactory berf Some ic years ago I bad a combinationX 4tlnuedi sweighttines and doctors with unsatisfactory results Fables Celery Compound was recommended ImprQvelalnirig I had regained 50 pounds of the lost weight good health and have been a well man ever sinE Yours truly GEORGE F MORSE LiscmfNSTEK Oct 37 1902 DIAMOND DYESCOLOR ANVnUNO ANT COLOR Dteaaet club salt tfblxsa costs fenthen itockiags TtTytaia wearable Diamond 111 au to look liken Direction book end dyed ampia fret DIAMOND DYES Burlington VI ATHLETICS IN ENGLAND ndTTTUry Arance Great Enthuitnim 1 Pyoilure Strnne Trophic- Athletl8 attract much more atten tion In IEngland than In America The people are wore enthusiastic and It Is net unusual to see 15000 or 20000 peo plo uttondinj the games There arc dpurta three hud Ire times a weckso thatt ah ambitious nmngr can fill lill Irophy juoili vvlth any Jiumhcr of suit able prizes An American champion has no Idea of the reception that awaits him1 The many sports committees nt tcpd him and ho Is shown the hospital ity of the cities It Is no extraordinary thing to be In vited to a dinner lit your honor or to stay n few days with tho lord mayor of the city AH of these affairs one must admit arc a great handicap to his training The prizes abroad arc as a general rule very valuable much morO so than In America They are not wholly cdn fined tto silverware such as cups and the like but It Is nothing extraordl nory to see an athlete departing from the races with a sewing machine or hatrack and in some cases I have seen orders for beds Tbe lucky competItor- as a rule can have any article he desires and as many British athletes are married they generally take tho most serviceable article Arthur F Duffey In Outing Two of a lUnd tMy word Fltznoodlc said a war office clerk according to the London Express To n colleague whofsat at the next desk Just look at that workmaii on the roof of that building over th way Whats the matter with hlm7lp qulrcd Fits glancing through the win dow at the Individual Indicated Mutter retorted the other why IIye been watching the lazy beggar for the last twentyfive minutes and be hasnt done qI stroke of work all tho time At the precise moment at Which the above conversation occurred a British workingman was lid 1rsslng t his mate Syy Dill ho remarked In a tone of deep disgust dye see that ere loafin war cilia clurk in that room daru there Selp molt Hlnlntbln awatchln flir nigh on art a bower an the bloomers stone nothln but stare hout o the winder the pole bless ed tymc Thats the sort o chop as we pys taxes ter keepl Eat ImaiMM Chtldrea East Itidian children from their ten dcrcst years are moro carefully traIned In ccctain respects by their mothers than the children off the most civilized lee The moment the youngest ha ceases nursing Its lips are closed by therIthe baby does not keep lslio uses mechanical means en cruelly When the ba it ft strapped on to btly raised and its fends to keep the Itt lIs that when aking their cqntin q v 14wtiIi t N aW 1 4 BW 1 a ou iJ M 0UfYmeI yt I 4 l = rO Yn7 L Car iEod1 t S i fd W Ii have grass seeds of all Juiids at hand aiiJ W 3 4rf 11 irJ5t iii Ea RpecialiyYOf seed Oats v fi 1i GREEN a lSPRJNGFIELDKYN fI t i I Itt1f f f fH q m It 11I uiraw M1I soW past 12 ontbsgnatur Aa ZIGZAG LEvaIThe lr6eessea of Tliey Are by AVlilch Volcanic action ha ed manly determined tht5Si ifenprij the crust of the caruvuratloii of agents In the ormntlonMu chief Icysr have beewwri ia vau below tit sulK IIJI vo 1 RsistaTct t titus gradually ei thelVi lI and are flanked by vg groii It has been as Ii tied known expert that ti rpeutiiVi of the valley of hcddu g caused by the Jolin j tmSSTho rock he toil iii la two BystfUis of Jol vhWh rJtix be vertical or near Intern ctlny proxiumtely at a rl igU I Ju surfaces form salk Jrectts in 1j glen the former oj ie to CIl In tlmtlf the two off the Ut brought together thiy would seem u interlock Water above or flow the surface would soak along tit se oiien joiuta and widen thorn Into aspires iiithis movement sot1 mcs to HIlIhln- nti sometimes to t ift would foljovv zigzag lines so thnt the hatuiMl con of the current woM ty Rs euiitinuc action excavate a n character A Londor VcrlCi inwersii Aurotip of rulhm men 1twleans re talking bout the fiutest tdesty ever e ren ed say the Tlttf Limocrat OUt man In relating his experiencesI said Across bayous and through marshes we rushed like in ad When we reached the Blgoluts the most remnrkrJ ulng I over saw took place The truiu Was traveling so fast It sucked the water up behind It as It rushed across thet trestle and 1 could hear tho fishes groan as we flew oyer this neck Jft the gulf Most re inarkable thing I ever saw Jntthe way ttfast runs Atui lle lapsed Into sl rleuce I am glad you reminded me of that lunsnld anptberinember of the group I bad forgotten the Incident I jan vouch for all you say fortI was on the back end of tho last conch nnd the water which was ticked In behind tho train by tho p almost washed mo overboard b t l held on all right and when wo u udo the crossing and the Craters had receded JI picked up on the platform of the rear coach tho finest bunch of fish I ever saw They were no doubt the fish you herd groaning Smallpeac la Olden Days Tbp first nccurttte description oft the nature and ravages of smallpox Is that of Rhascs an Arabian physician who Kburished In the tenth century and was tho author of books on medicine and alcheijiyt This terrible scourfewai also doi rlbellb tJhhHt ihiJIo linBV theintclosei wfuUofnobbiestAny Styloalld ftllY Pill L SITI1VEYouIsDrar Womai Northern 1THOMPSrnS4 ImtM TOCureaCnJdnnnn 4etsI 1 aJJ CEMEN1 r Ih1 l tJAt Lowest Prices iLi OUGH LUMBER DRESSED LUMfE ASH and DOORS 1 Pand SHINGLE t CONTRACT1Nt rtA ingin SPRINGrff frserLU 8 1Nit ICJLLAND GET PRICES The hthohl1Js ot beblDclWhatt ofYOurnmblrotonytllt muOl1tlxgt j J yeTaOyes ld4orkHer Well PIe I say Bobby wh SiStAligythati nl i Indeed she was repr lWlaen mothor told her thatKails vfhiie she was out ThnsU heaven a IcOceC Tbpusi ou were gqr MissK2 Q Going Jo awsk li cbawnces aa about ev 0Row so deah boj OSho KSt say na Raci P Fogg Whi tire that rote 4cctev Dr fula fm c tient lit th st its will tn lleLe I a ton Transect iulJ e i3 oa J 1 r s iyes ai j z4-JJQUEEREJST prT LAW8UITSV A DJan Sued Ub Iargi a SpellPerhaps salt ever brought Is on the records of the court of the exchequer lu Hugland It setsforthflied t fltUutJTujbeesIn Its suceir plaint part T7r T Wasftjngtoa 11IWablngtoni J PfaD lJr1 1w The Presl4ez bs it4 iiyp stand in egatdi UtrUV lerfslattoa zidl hailtapnfd the ld l both boeses prCkm iL4sst Jro admq ite ttrust 1 In Is eacted at the b will c11 the I ssth4osire lal titi1oJtw iderato ot thatt ubjsot fjmuaist431y fter iot March The firm J iei1lt the Pestdent bu produced jnsrked effect on em btraQfOODl11N pec IL tlIJ tJ i tWtt true ofcte Sinata vrUieeber brtbrupper L swho jBarltor lathe session J eusiAdaUy iaform yor cor pOtht there w nldbe 0 intttrit lqislation by this Qnii have xpmenceda r belief and have within Lea fow day stated that i regrd some antitrust 4 essurs as po sible Jn ib 3oue the most vacUve f preparations are being mado for 1 the Tpamge Of a comprehensive f MLtrtiet blll J3uch wtll bere WP rt 4o the House to morrow t0aa VMMt of the more sanguine asibri say it will be passed be i 4the close of this week 1 lDUi this estimate appears to t 4Soierssijguine it is regarded 1 ifcji riittthan an antitrust bill i 4riL1 accordance with the S riwo siidatjMig of Attorney j Oeiiflral Knox will be sent up to 5kij ibfiiiifcfe not later than the 21st 3a krr1Wvit jls believed will allow tttte s VRsoaie ample time tot consider attott and debate and will so P mjf the necessity of an extra iI facUHtatingtit i 2 JMI Judiciary has appointed a sub y aocnmitte to bring in an ant- iksibjl1r Thscommitte iis corn ic jpptsio Senators Hoar Fair Ikalcs Nelson Pettus and Tur L11 r Jisr Bpator Hbai told your oorrespotdent ycaterdHv that i hissabeornmittoo would waitt a t + stajpjjbljijI f2recom iplis1 deliberations in orgrto i k rf thsHqpse time to pass its Isiiiwre That will in the op ii ppfb a Senator probably be Jtak n it lewtt11i basis for the Jhjpate msaiure and every effortt srill pt forth to make it at I ifitj5te nd O efficient as ilire but brief consideration ebate on the floor of the The coal situation has occu ajar l portion of the time 4 conjree during the past JNHmerous bills remove tng tariff on anthracite coal flg Vfferid fto4 a sharo ve1 btito4he 114o0te11 1ice thracah11tii5 i CA s c rO1 ft lif 1IY LTHEN WAc ri t iL= e l iad MISraItO- mke JdirIU 0 of- YoimItts tttntIrlbte loud Foren Cis eo igtiugthe t1 Teii tlial Jrsbs4e- re allowed bjf We odil cwryitif roads and fch Other abiises a Wy operate to Ued1wadYanEe- QoMudrQt1the The lliirclcdft jnteref taben in the Panama canal Igieprt the most remarkahle lenturee of Jne Session The urgent advocacy of the two routes las session by the advocates off each was in marked contrastt to the indiffer ence displayed now Several Senators seen recently among them tie most earnest adherants to one route or the other a year ago displayed no interest and contented themselvesl with say- Ing that the matter WAS In the I hands ol the Secretary of State and Congress could do nothing until hadnegotiated his treaty MrHavreportsallnegotlationsat Columbia as liberal an offer ash believes is warranted and is calmly waiting for the authori ties at Bogotp appreciate that no further consesslbns are to be made and to acceptthe generous offer which has already been made ci 10068 lox Is the talnoH ATIsdale Summer ton SC places on DeWitts Zritil Early Riser Pills and DeWitts Witch Uzcl Salve He say Iliad the ples for 20 yearr1rItrIed many dootor and medicines but llfaited except De WittsWltch Hazel Salye It cured rat It IB a combiuation of the healing propertIed of Witch Hazel with ant eeptics and emollients Relieve and cures blind bleeding afidprotruding piles sores cuts and all skin disease Jtydon Low Rates to Southrest- On t tho first and thJrdTuysdayb of eucb month the Cotton Belt Route lWssell oneway and- roundtrlp tickets at one half of the regular rate plus f to points la Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas allowing srop over iJ otnK ia V6tQ 1Jlhn iiii 2t ilaYf This unusually low rate Jis made for the purpose of inducing iimmigrcitidn to the GreiVSouth- west It ia believed bv those who pave made a study Of condi ticns that no terri ory on the American dontinent offers equal opportunities for stock rasib fruit and truck growing Pf any of the multliphed industries that are building prosperous towns and cities V To the person oft limited means deslringa hOmO this section ipf country offers greater influence than perhaps any pleoD earth pl exceUngIyCofrice8 of land mild open 8 long gowing selsons TOg wo and three crops to be wjido off the same ground combines a greater number of advantages thin may be found where jny of tke followisf Jliteifature scribijaK the c mn try and its resources alosg the 41Ice of tth1 Cotton Belt Routet 11lb seni kee to any person tfpon applica lonv Homes to tb8Sathwes Glknpea OfOi1U1EwMtiourI kausas aDd N W bbtaitiana ugh TSXM With a Camera s 1iIn Growing Prsft labiss The ThvilIr d truck growers Jour L 1 W LEBAuMaltRouto l 0 w IX w 1 have ft Yi fcnt wrtfJt Then II keei It Drive It Out with Ayer 11 Malaria and Ague Cure f td yj11 1 MJ ciics cah- d1dooy J ri f H ISir Y0fcK0s b JnQt genis not andl will not be a ctjd tt frothp GijbertJitprll l iipmjna tib fore thjriext Republican State Convention HeI believes the conditions ftrQ oven more favorable Icwhesucssof f tthe Republican State ticket fcext fall than they were In 1900 He believes the Republican party in State appreciates the necessityl and possibility of electing a State ticket and that tthe conven tion will nominatd men that will coniandthe most cordial sup port off all Republicans and j others in the State who agree with them on State issues and he Knows this ticket will be so selected that the t tntof ron chine polities will not be on its garments Danville Advocate Dont be imposed upon by taking snb5tltutcoffered for For YI Honey to Tan Sold by WBd Campbell We guarantee every bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy and wilt re fund the money to anyone who is not arvtisfied after using twothirds of the contents This iIs the best remedy in the world for la griPPc coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any trndency of a cold tid result in pneumonia Havdou DrugStore 1100 MusicFree If there is a piano in your bomb we will send you withoutt charge seven splendid musical compositions two vocal and five instrumental Three of these selections are copyrighted and cannot be bought in any music store forlhas than 9100 With them We will send foUr portraits of great composers and fOur large reproduc tions of famous paintings of music subjects Why We make this Offer Wa make this offerio relfabld men andwemen tto unable us toaend infor mation regarding onr Library of tie Worlds Best Music which Is abaolate ly tho beat coHectionof Tocal and In atmmental mueloever published It contains more music more illnstra tjonsand moro biography of comp sera than any other musicall Library It is for general n meuso and enjoy mentM well as for students Send your name and address iud TEN CENTS in stamps to pay for poatage and wrapping When writing kindly mefltlQfltbls peoridloal- THEUNIVERSITY SOCIETY Dept D 78 Fifth AvOnueNew York CYMME sr HOLE The Pecallart Theory That Was Once AUvn ell by a Sole tltprobablyr the oddest idea over for n moment entertained by a scientist was that of John Cloves Symmes concern ing the condition of the Interior of Our globe Symmes was a Jurist a eden tistt or as the French would say a savant of International reputation an explorer on his own hook and an all round man of letters yet one wtfuld think that some of his ideas must have originated with tho king Of Bedlam HebeUevedand lectured before learn ed college societies in support of his views that the earth consists pf t pin lye to seven hollow concentrIc spheres and that at the polest there is a round opening entirely through reachsof the several spheres According to this j6er theory these sf kersi are placed ot1eliaslde the pthert KiD of crockery ware with an apeit space of a few hundred wiles be twees acf Furtberaiace be believed that both the evtside aid the Inal4 e af each otttie e b bWlIke sphere are Inhabit which would give nott tlett ttthan ton sad probably fourteen t tew X actIon instead 6C the table surface with which acquainted id a great gras Symmcs lived near Newport Ky Tk tl BbJcom S Auto 5r CrCS W SAKOCNT 1 DoPlrloht v the s 8 SfcCluro CompMv nuII11riTTrrrrq1p99wwI feoger Baacoms automobile had be lilMarlonDeaconPetty the mcdof Providence to dispense with the horse and use this newfant glcd vehicle Horace had been good enough for his grandfathers and they Would still bog od enough for him and his This was hard on Bascom because Grace Perry and bo had grown natu rally from playmatea Info Ipvers yet now the deacon had said that sooner than see a child of hIS trust herself to ii nan who trafQcked in the devices of lheevl1oneho would send her out to his sister In Jilnncsbtn- Bogcrf being a young man of spirit had reminded the deacon that Elijahs phariptof lire whs probably very like a steam automobile in consequence of Which flippant speech ho had received his ring backlrrdm the girt he loved For her fathers sakp Grace tried to keep to the letter of his law but she could not keep her thoughts from wandering to tier lover any more than she cpuld1 withdraw tel heart from bIU keeping also she was too much her fathers daughter to take anything on hearsay so she wanted to try for her self Just how dreadful the new ma chine was- Possibly It was a combination of these reasons that led tier to the river road where Roger was speeding up and down She tried haidtto look up conscious as the auto came into View pnrtlcuJarlyped short at sight of her The look of gladness that overspread his face was obviously reflected In her own Bascoms heart gave a joyful leap att the sight Jump in Grace he cried bldl1Try It and see how you like IL And he threw 6pen the door in vitingly But Grace backed in A dlsapprar lug fashion I dont liko It she de dared neither does father Tet this telltale color still flamed in her cheeks Bascom laughed He cpnld Crave the world now that he knew that Grace still eared J knew bo d IiJIteadmitted but you will if you only once try It Now Deacon Perry had driven oyer to Chester that jnornlngand would nott be back till late Tab road was de serted and well it would be nice to be Withtlbger again to have him tuck the robe tenderly around her nod feel his trong reliant preseuco at tier side Grace yielded to the tempter and tasted of the forbidden fruit The first mile she was too busy en jjoying the novelty andI the rapid mo ipm yam ABODT ovu SAID TW pmt tlpn tto speak She had forgotten her father a commands irheO LIhe At lastt turned a radiant face Its perfectly Iuwiyi she cried thalJt1caI1T JA Im not a bit cared Arekirls ot t 1iin rhnt wh nYQun Sow 1hiJ to re yrbU u ncts nd giy0 you a good difestion Aycrs Pillif ire livesrpiUs Ihcy cure constipation and biliousncfijsv Gently llaxitive Mi itaflt jour mowuch or bear QJ bruwefe lckf TesIu 1IUckIN9HAtDELss I H of thtf old feeling 0C contentment 11i once more being taken cJ1QoC by him Surely she told herself flerceljV she had ftoo much spirit to tlove 4t nap who solaced himself for her absence by the society of pttier girls And yet she still loved him In spite of alf her arguments she know it Baacpm did not know jt and at her continued silence his face grew as downcastae the sky A shiver of the girl by his side roused hljn Xpu are taking ypui death ofcoldhC cried tS morsefully Jand Itsnlf my fault WbenI I saw you I couldnt help ask tug you In but I never ought to have dono It JXhcre warno trace masterfulness In his voice now and theglrl melted III wanted you to ask me she sold softly Bascom gave one look at lieS face and thed there were two figures under the umbrella that earlier bad been barely cupugh for one They never even heard an approach ing carriage till roused by Deacon Per rys excited Well Wclli asks reined up beside them nn com mentally braced himself for a ehcfck but it turn ed put to be a little different from what tie expected Got in trouble chr chuckled the deacon Guess that youll admit that a horse is best after alL Ill admit anything If youll only get Grace out of this said Bascom man fully She docs seoul tto be in pretty close quarters the deacon said grimly but his daughters Imploring eyes and the joy of victory softened him again rye been kinder sorry I was so set so I guess well have to let bygones be bygones and Ill just tow you home And so It happened that late that aft ernoon when the skies lied cleared Deacon Perry made a sensationall en try into Marlon Behind him towed the auto like royal captive chained to a chariot But the two prisoners of war seated within Jfwere strangely Jubi lant r wILt I SelL About Eau You never saw a poet or a painter with large coarse ears that stand out from the head like extended wings That kind pit an auricular appendage betokens coarseness of mind A long narrow ear that lies flat to the head Is a sign of pugnacity Never trust a man with a thin waferlike can He was ISprn a Tiypoerifelf uotix thiefr Avery small ear betokens a trifling mind lack- Ing decision Ears set very high on the head Indicate narrowness of mind K llarge well shaped ear that does nott spread Itself to the brcezeis indicative of generpuspcss Most of the world compellers had large cars and well der veloped noses Although There arc so Inany millions of people In the wprld no itwo pairs of ears are alike Eacb has a marked individuality MIltal7lI ie Of military salutes raising the right hand to the head is generally believed to hatvo Originated from the days of the tournament when Benights filed past tho thrpnepf the Queen pf beauty and by way pf cpmpllmentr iraised their hands tottheir brows to Imply that her beauty Was top dazzling tot unshaded eeatO gaze upon The officers salute With the sword has a double meaning The first position with the hilt opposite the lips is a repetition of the cru saders action in kissing the cross hilt bf his sword la toke1ottatthand fealty while lowering the point after ward implies either submission or friendship meaning in elthercase that jt is no longer neceseary to stand on guard EvftHx a La When Ben Butler was a young law yer the selectmen of Lowell then a town issued a mandate that all dogs should wear miwzles The next morn lug Ben walked downtown followed by lila big Newfoundland dog with very small muKte tied to the end of its taU Ben renarked My dog JI wearing a aiMBle F IIewe4 Ortljsr Max 4M yen peel th apple thatI lATe yofi before yo ate it itit 4dye ior TesISL it Thaf a good hey 1V til41 tbepeetr usia is a sith a pest tL It= Iuwr pilOte fbtT DUoa jor SpI S leatbwtP Pol tree boot fKrviii t PatcDtI 6d WJttf pti U 8P t nttO WASHiNGTON D CdO JfBUR 3I1TBUNEteLLEUE TcnQhQraj Clerks and Fataiet boys hoald pur8uetheThlnee ifhprtban TclogralThlcMr Collage Lexington T1 He refers to 10OQOoucce88ful t rAliatost Ken tucky University dtlraa under seat awarded graduates ver 600 students rom2 0 states this year Tfic demand forb fa gradnaW at this time to fill posttldna oxdeeds the supply This College has not Lfi closed a weekday lii 27 years Studentst can begin at any time Cost reasonable Xfyouf have any ideaof attendingt Business College this winter or spring write imniedlatejy tors largo illustrated catalogno to W E Smitb Lexington Ky IfacfalDYpepsia Duestswhat you eat Ttite preparaf Ion contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds 61t ItgiyesIfistantreliefaUdneverfailsl the food you wane he raostsonsltlve stomachs can take IItt By its use niany thousands of dyspoptlcs bate been cur artor overytlilng else failed It prevents formation of gas on the fltbinv ach relieving all distress Alter eating Dletingucneccssary Pleasant to take It caRt help Pmt do you gooil bltUofbKan n nclaxntlun The only relaxation Kant iL cole brated German ihhsOplicr nilowtil himself wean walk which he Invaria bly tool during lills life at IIvonlRsbccg at about the same litany every cf tmiuou His usual stroll Wns ulong the multI of the Pregel tiwdrd the Frledrlchs fort and in thesevwalks he was always n careful observer of the phenomena of nature He told his friends one lay how ns ho passed a certain buifdlnp in his daily walk he boll noticed several young swallows lying dead upon the groundOn4ookingphteovcredaaJie fancied that the old trds were actual ly throwing their young ones out of the nests It was a season remarkable for the scarcity of insects rind tie birds Were apparently sacrlflclng some or th6lr progeny to save the rf stt Att thib added Kant my intellect was hushed The only llilij to do hero WitS tto fall down and worship Chambers Journal flepnIHfl u CroWD What curious old records tne1 comes across sometimes III unoxpeotcd waysl Hero Is ono which taller callsjo mind certain fairy tales beginning Once upon n time and fining onto recount extraortInary proceedings quite as If they were the most natural and com nron things in the world It line rotOr Once to Edward III and rbUfIpl1otI Hnlnault and is kept with other documents at Harwich hllr majestIes hlt Ing1 had at the tUne a palace at FelIx Stowe It runs thus For repairing ye queens crown which jo king threw Into yp fire Item 3s Cd The points Which strike onerln this memorandum arq the yiolcncebf ithe kings temper i dud the cheapnced of the mending process A footer With Experience Ono day whilb mending the roof of hIS house Chodja lost hiibalnncoflbd falling to the ground broko a rlbAJlfriend of his went hurriedly for a ha kim doctor lHakim have you dycr fallen from d root and broken a rib too first question Chodja asked JiidoctOi t Thank Goo nol replied the tfakim Then go ajvay at once plqaae cr cdl Ohodja want a doctpr who has fall ea ifrom a roof and knows whafcit Isl i The Mljrralerr Cra The West Indian migratOry drab Is the oaly creature that is bow in the lea matures in fresh waters and passes Its adult life on land Once a year tfceee creatures migrate in thousands from the uplands of Jamaica deposit their ovaJn thesea then migrate tto lint riven and streams pass ihrqugti a fresh watert stage after wavl 10ff their patent cornea torttlv J ay the li nktJ tf 4Dll I Wwth but rMahaot bllicuP4 willi secretes enough J1ettp make U1 execute their naturall ffUnctions I ural agitation caused bycathartk continual and increasing ddtes to attain the resultsl r Chills f every IMalarial Bin r 1troubieworksperAsissetcus J IFTi f r Memphisfirst J For tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 208 roundtrip tickets one fakplus 200 to points in j TerritoriesWriteIbo Cotton Deli rant solid throtarh trains to Ton equipped with the tao modern sad eomrerUblet cars These tnlni make quick time and direct connections for alt parts of the Great Southwest ifyon are eekthx a better place to iocaLewitte for free eon ot 1f handiome flames In a tITIirougt Texas Wilt Ucteux Traveling Agent ClncinKaU O ZW La BBAVME General Pass dfld Ticket Alt St LOWS Ma i a jAre You Going Wes7 THE Henderson Route it li f4IS NAMING Extremelyy 14wT Rats TO WEST AND NORTHWEST tALSO TOALLCA IFORNIAeQl W 1 tf youTo e intorested and want t information addressct LQfM JARRETT n Tfav lmjjPassedger Louisville Ky nn ClubbmgList The best Magazines and Newspapers published iirijj the country offered at t reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers WITt NEwSLImADEIt LouIsville Post daily touner Jou tnaltwiceaveek l501 PQLouisvHleeotirwp Borne and Farm 1 25 farmers Hone Journal l 75 Uln Commercial l Prthune140if- lC n i ui Enquirer tolfft1n133 j Gentlemen800UrO- 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uiiowlriiT fridt4 the racaniug of l1lf Intho place named The HnguQ If yon ureip3Iii5 Spmethlng that vlH linpoU the above mentioned know Irtrfriand off his ftjcf just nsk him the piSiiJtcl l ftf the throe letters quoted ViliJ ihj fdlls to answer the questlou tcit 1iv thrt Ilk Tlw It occurs In UuvtvVW tift Iff t uiply te aiigl- lclin TViii of tUiTItifcU wotd iJj Gra t V q118a Ar Vniveuha c cither of n ch jtrTthb Diitch lungunpu luehus l1J JiUdts hottKc or the count jjrovo or wjOodF OiigirtiUy the lachtlon nov occupied hr tM city of The Hague the JmiltJayl erouuds of the counts ot Hoi lmlfleefl yr built groCrplCSQutlr u S3 ijrng up nroimd the paJtc 1J1 It cailed Tlia COUIUB lledgj 1 jul jiHf ujiltXJiuUr it large city e wliJcti l li tj IJutch language has Its J vorifl1 ailjdsIloK nUtt wlilclv in irit JLyKu hits been evolutod 1nto The rlIttU Opr none Hutltiit Ija ArcTieB Tlio ihicpc of the arch ulay be snld to pwvnite the Construction of tie hu man sltloion The late irofefiayrt Owen lolntH this outttc1y clearly telllujj us that In mau the skeleton la arranged In a series of segments which follow Aml1tlkmMk wJih eajLhjstlifiCl In the Erection of the azaof tho body from e tlow Varaflrllclle accounts for the yet comparative lightness brie From the dome hcgracetutanhco ches which ad iipus parts of ystems of lid tto be but ckbone and wer homal ations pre ire of a hu Ion of strytoala served ll the r Wt er lye H 7T T TTTI i 1ITOWNO ia N t 7 7 d i fiM c r iiiiiiiIisI iujmi1IiuIlm41 1 e Iir ITIleI 1 tY rHar f ds jjAHAIHHAcquaintance 1Pure cider vinegar at 0 W Hagan s for 25 cts per gallon I JJHveny pounds standard prai1 Urtcd sugar fpfcl 0 WHagai Pure cQu try sorgham and open kettle N 0 mOlasses OW Hagan j i Ladies misses apd childrens winter weight shoes corSets gloveslhbsiery and underwear See thorn at M nsq9Ids r1I See me before ordering enlarg ed portraits elsewhere Life size crayons 16x20 from 75 etsup 13k A dox rMajor JL Wharton has beon appointed stprekeeper gauger under Coilectpr Graft and ex pecfts shortly to be assigned for duty Take your produc to OW Hagan for heal waye pays the highest pricein the market Try and Ounvince yourself flash if preferred Now lt1he lime to jtV bar gales at Mansfield Qelialf pricet for tine ailor m de cloaks pluslt caps furs ladles suits tin dsv s goods Go tto see C W Hgan when you want something nice in the way ofjancy groceries Ffis stock is complete and prices right I Anexamina ion of pupils pff the plbliaschobl who wish Jo gruduufee will be hejd in the office ot Supt JJ W Bush on the last Friday artd Saturday in this mnkh Now is the time tojbuy your- citnndgdods for they are sure itO go higher and wo are making low prtees on all canned goods forIG da1ii4aii to call and get prices 3J JW IltLg- anSRAv1omJ my placo aboutt thrbpiV weeks ago ta gj ay mare abputt 14 years old has bad fistula in iright shoulder Aty information leading to her recov rYYl1lber rewarded by g C VanArfldale Litsey Ky 1aiiprepared to do expert repairing on all kinds of sewing nailneaan will sell all styles pfcthe genuine Singer Also rfurnish extrnparts and needles f PHIL THOMPSON J Springfield Ky The Herald Square Stock Co began a weeks engagement at Opera House here on Monday ad ave played tot full houses spyftir with a prospect of greater crQW1sIhe balance of their stay ffor the Herald Square people flflPlQYnft flfl piit an entire change blTi tthe acts by mehibe i of pany are exceptionally Will HarrJs and Flora jrth aiea clt ov team in nd sketches Mr Har psebe tin CXCQpt t ine voice a1IM winu no k illustrated song itsaist Ift nnWrs iCpi iC fiR nroeand Mae fLa r it l roPicsiP S 1lPII1 T ErNAL Mr JolnIt Barber was iiit Jjouisvillo last week lit Poster Roy dif I ebahci was tiver ortTuesftay Mr Wilson Green vho has been tery ill is some better MrG 0f Wharton Wastn Louisville last week on fcusinessT Mr andMrsW 0 fcicChord wereJjn L9uisvIllethe first of the week a Mr J S Claybrooke and M1j5ss Annie McQhord were inLobor non last week MrLH Thfurmanleffc Mpnr day for Hendersonvilloi JS 0 for a shor stay 1a Miss Nancy WilliIunsof Bards town is visi ing Miiss Ina JKira berlin this county Mr and Mrs Kent Barber of Bardstpwn spent last Friday and Saturday at this place Mr Hubert Olaybrdoke who has been at homo for several days leaves Priday fortthe East Mr Phil Thompson and family of Lubauon have rented a part of Mrs Mollie Mayes house and will niuke this their home t Mrs Be He Hurd has gone soutH to speid the remainder of the winter with her father Fitzgoraldda Miss Nbia Bonta tloft llat iMonday for Bowling Green to attend Cherry Bros College where she will take a normal course I MrP M Campbell is con tined to his home suffering from a severe cold contracted the first of the week while on a trip in the Frederickstovyn neighbor bod + Mr and Mrs 0 C McChord have returned from a trip to New York where Mr McCriord went as a member of the Railroad Commission which has been having round with J P Mor kMn Gates and othei birailroadi navnates relative to the South ern J2ailyvay Atlantic Coast X ine and LN deal Notlco i4wilL haxe on fiand at the Poultry ouse some choice red of chickens d ring the ffixv Jew wedka and J hope il1Iarmeis and breeders of Moodd poultry will become interested 1io them and not fail to secures good stuCk Waknow that the pout try business is becotnlngapotit- able eand the man who gets most out of it vis the man who keeps the best fowl Don if Ito comeand see tthem Ito M H ONES Pii Notice 1rrit1Qffarmers Who are4is5hg the t1Jnton Patent Pence without Grant pringilcldsee tieor mY agent Mr Blake Arnoltl iindgfit yOn giants ind and avoid additional cost shoiiid you be proceeded tfgaihst Ron T t HEJ30R t rcA Wanted Tr i j 1 a1 f frI i I Trl JN 4t IE 7 r i L 10 itliIt HOItDII DJcrIsTrt OrCt1xA81 flunrw PnrmaScntly located 8lRflGP1ELDXY X Ray Finds a bone J4at atturday Wilt flamilton ifiKavpef jrbiv wlo was shottnina yejr ii1ici by Joe t3 ntlnd- Vhf hal sHce thou been para yze frjtiis hips dPwn as exainihiid by Dr McKay with the iXKay instrument to locate the pistol ball which could nOva be1 found The XRay revealed a foreignf substance near the negros knee which was at firstt thought to be the ball but upon further investigation proved to bo a small piece ofthEt mans spinall Olumnw i f t t a l well i votes have ways office l i gaye a a away most a tfter t into t r of t the names would and a another There is drawn between t t Uetd tiP t t Ono IIItX n ont aLive f Rwcurd fila on UIOPfi n t t u then run an4oi bM J t rba wo d its way down rim 14 W R 1 and flfderable trouble txHMi 1asr McKay but be located Nelson tIDiwisclm Frmtriipr Diiria Jr a sndden and terrible Attackt ofcroqpoztr little was nncoa l from saysA If SpQfTord pOst master and Moscof One Mtnl1teC ough Oure Itrreduced the swelling1 and inflaniar mucus and shortly the child wa rcktlnyr and Bpeodily recovered It cures and TiH throat and lung troubles OonghCurc rlugers In the and chest an the lungs to contribute health giving to the blood by Haydpb f GAMPBELt for Clerkf Mr F M authorises us this week to announce him candidate the office of Circuit Court of Washington ctunty subject to the action of the Democratic pa rty the primary election February 21 Mr Campbell is perhaps known to ismany people as apy other one man in Washington county and few indeed can be speak of him His popularity general and extends to all classes has been before the yoters of the cour ty on several occasions and al brought him out victorious The fact that he has always and honbrably performed the duties of the to 1 F M CAMPBELL which ho was elected ig the he the people Jor trust in him He is mail of vhomit can truthfully be sad that none who ever of hifii reasonable favOr was turned disappointed He is ever loyal to his party and his friends and tothose who differ with him he is always friendly and considerate Mr Campbell recently yielded to the urgent demands of his friends that he become can didatefo ne election and it may not possiblefor him in the short lime before the date of primary to all parts of county buthe had many assurances that his interests will be looked and that friends will rally to his support on the day of the primary Bloomfield Barroom fight Tffflitfoand4agatns the jnir oduotipn of theSJt4tJQfl Bkomfleid ilclosft and exciting The Opposition has bee nI9 twenty fivti Hie number names to petition and should tney J ntH to have six more withdraw Titejr the coming election boff new peiitipn necessary Vo procure no lIne to be those favoring and those opposing the licensing pfsalpons in Bloom for both sides are found some of BlbVm fieldS most and wp thy ticins ol those QVidntly aojnst the alicia fuI RU itv titLi ropr ftlic suid 11- 1Onl JldoJe 4b- ukap PtlSpIJtt 0SLIcifl thst but th the to- soerI tf thsp- bQ4fl4 grdiilly hk W M Was givIng the Jaiii coil The removed by Dr the ballcold not Itecor4t lid scious strangulation hefiter Mich wasndinlnlStcedauc1rcpcatdbfton thou cut the easy Cougha Colds XiaGrippc be Mihiite throat enables pureI oxygen Sold fM Campbell for Clerk at there foundbut what Ho their faithfully recompense their asked ever politically has only be visit the has his stron- gonodgtocut plass prtmtnent tbeJlmhQnU low dodgeries and will make toe preponderant negro population disorderly He admitted ho v ever that whiskey can be had nOWIt1 Bloomtield whenever wanted itiis carried thereovery day in jugs from FairQod by a fiegro man who makes hIS living Put of the business Those fa v pring the saloon urge ihejncrease iit would briug to the towns busi ntssthat it would do away with this underhand jlluit liquor trade tttatjt with respectablo sa loonsand proper police viglUrice no additional1 disorder need be feared at d thnt to rule out any line of business because of lila prejudice ofs certain fumber J only a cis o pelt tyrajnny T Biir Hue t ftiolfiius to be in iHrRstintjup Xo Lheveryendy Rpr1H iL r aM ft Leisouricy Js4 1 8 1101 rEDOR WSLADR ni kiitf yfj la t lIltednuiber 11artI tended lbs servceat the Court HoUHUHi t week lay grateful not their genertfUB perilstance In braving the horrible weather to hear what I bad to say andl tlV kind ness in contributing enough tto preserve my Hitje trjvellinfci is erve iatact I shall not BOOM forget Springfield and thatt pleasantmeeting and the faith fftnt few who st ktome through tflick and thin God bless then ever I felt the hallowed hay ering influence of the Grandsiret whose name I bear his noble wife my grandmother both of Whom reppse in your c me eryi and of my dear bid ffajtfier who wrought at hie humblOi trade in Springfield before he became a minister of the Gospel lap glad that they can joqk down from ethereal heights and sea the last of their line preaching the Gospel of tthe Kingdom in the old town which they called home in days gone by I be lieve in the full interest that Celestials take in T rreliats aDd tneir Communicated l blessings ttEo 0 BARNES Evacpalist FRUIT TREES Mr J B OBryan has accepC ea iheTigency for the Kenttfcky Nursery of Louisville and is pre pared to offer the finest selection of fruit trees and all nursery stock ever sold in Washington county Mr OBryan will short ly begin a canvass of the county Save your orders for him A KINGS POEM Antosrnpk VeravK by fame I la DooXi Owned In Ooiton An Intcresflng volume in the Boston Public library Is Montaignes Es says printed early In the seventeenth century which was owned by James I tho English king who was so largely responsible fcr the publication of the accepted version of the Holy Bible The book is the first English transla tion of lie great French author and wna made by Jjhfc FJorIojv friend of many of the famous Elizabethan writers Including Shakespeare himself who drew several suggestions from Ita pages for well known passages In his plays The Boston library copy has a modern binding but the ancient fly leaf is preserved on which Is written the fol lowing poem In King James autograph Here lyeth I riaklt to the anatomic Of ray fralll halrt 0 humane dcvltla trust tho Almy htle lyk the Altnychtloa word 0 put on me thy rotie no cubylom lord Thou puteat once more me In thy bleat belief And In my soulll thy aecretat law engrave The queer words and quant spelling ro characteristic of early Scotch poe try which King James as a Scotchman himself took great delight In writing and perhaps the average reader will have no more difficulty indeclpbcr lag the royal meaning than in making out a page In a modern Scotch dialect novel l IdQKiA Oxygen Liquid oiyge when first formed Is milky in appearance owing to the pros once of some Impurity which may be removed by passing It through ordl nary filter paper When pure it is ot- a palo blue color which however is tiot due as some have thought to tho presence of liquid oz uewhlchlis oft dark bjue color Liquid oxygen Jo a nonconductor of electricity but is strongly magnetic It may be lifted from a cup by presentIng the poles pf n strong elcctrdnjnguetr It seems to have very slight chemical activity since It will extinguish a lighted match andiasiip action on a piece of phosphorus dropped Into It It Is well known that the A and B Jines of the solar spectrum arc due to oxygen and experiments on the top of Mont itMs thought they are llargely If 1ly duo to the oxygen in the ihere Professor JDawir kego lines come out very ld oxygen is Wt r Ihe taY8 m an iinifCLOSING S4LE A 0 OE Dry Goods i 1 r C1othinrf lt rjCiak t T J t Underwear Vi V Furnishings Cef 1 In order to cut our stock down by February 1st 1903 we will until that date make sweeping reductions in thfc prices of everything in our house IWe call your attention to the follow ing prices tLadies broadcloth worth 175 for135 1 Ladies broadclothi tt I135 for 100 Blk Serge 50inch IIBOfor I100 I II 961BlkII 135II Extra Heavy Outings worth 20c for 15c Heavy Outings worth 15c for lOp Id Fjannelletts worth lOc for 7 l2cp Table Linens and Napkins ol1 third J less than can be bought elsewhere It n Mens Suits worth 1750 for 12 50 4 Mens SuitsIS op for 000 Mens Suits V 12 50 for 850 w Mens Suits 10 oo for 7 50 Boys SuitsCo 12 50 ffor jo oo r Boys Suits 10 00 ffor 7 5P w Boys Suits 700 for 500 t ftf Mens Overcoats worth 12 50 for 8 50 r 0 Mens Overcoats worth ro oo fprj 00 w Mens Pants and Chlldrens Suits and Overcoats fir at equally low values We will offer our entire stock of Boots at cost izJ One lot of Hats worth from i to 125 forr50c tThese are good style Hats S 1 Ladies Cloaks worth 2O for 1250 v Ladies Cloaks worth for i1O 00 j110 J Ladies Cloaks worth for 70U 4 Ladies Cloaks worth 12 50 for 8 50 Ladies Cloaks worth 7 50 for SqO 1 These are all this Seasons CIoaksat must be sold c cWe take this upprtunity pf thankin i friends and patrons for their liberal pat the past year and solicit a large sharejjj trade lor the year 1903 Yours Very Resp Cuh1llillghI 1 i COCiIRAN W BOOKER Prest J1 H WILSON V prfA Home TObacoI81180 ttcojr NOT IN AutionSa1o Daily 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