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1t A j UOLliVO H Of TALK WH I i f M Th Old Goffee Pot Z want fOto bear the Bimmer r I want to eArltbummln iWhen Itii gettin good and hot I want to see the vapor rise LIkilncenMeln the room JLDd flbatabont afllllnr j T JTSvery corner with perfume Oh it Isnt very often LIhatafe1lergeta the Dest T tBut wbenbe does its like a whiff Acomln from the west- Wa4lkoarushJ of pprngtIrte rrrjAIllnygwith The haryesttlrnc1lyeId- I lore tHe Uriel of roses Aldngabbiat in Jane And Id hang around and listen To almost any tone j Bat the fragrance andthe music Taat nothing else has got Are the odor and tha Blmmer r Of 106 Old coffeepot John W Fellowa in the Dillon WyoO Dpnblejack r ORE usWel1 the J Fiscal Court has net ajd has considerea the moment us road questionofthe county but I dont think that the result of thVdelibeialionsolf that august body will causeany great amount 9 enthusiasm among the good people who had been expecting some practicalllint1 definite relief from theeyiil qf bad county roads which has been a growing and dangerbufreyil in our midst The Magistrates took steps for relief ill tcev particulari only which does very well as far as itgoos Measures were adopted by which moOre funds are to bo made avail able for road purposes The funds are of course provided by the taxpayers just like all pther expenses of the county The al lowanc per mile for mamtain ance of the roads was increased twentyfive per dent This is mad possible this year byreason ofthe increase in the5 assessed valuation of property and the gain thus made will be devoted to the roads It did not take any great amount of financial acumen on the part ol our worthy Magistrates to pass that little rderfwhich is intended to give b the taxpayers the benetit of some of their tax money and I cant see yet that the problem o road maintainance has been solved Nothing has been done to improve the system and therein jjesj tbe fauit Tell any disinterested citizen that 60 per mile Li expended on any turnpike leading out of Springtleld for repairs each year and his first re mark will beeuIdont see where it iso The truth is that such crude and expensive methods ire t4sea for working the road- sttvii7 poor results are ob tamed in proportion to the exI pferiditdtti A better system which will include a rook crusher and pthejc macbinery and r above all a good practical man who understand foad working is what is neededto get me greatest benefits from the least expenditure mxAncther act XICENSEFiscal Courtand one which will bring in some vigor ous kicks alOLg with the addi tonal revenue was the passing tt the order imposing license tax on cerlain vehicles which have been allowed h rtofore to travel the public highways without paying for the privilege The tax ijr to be imposed on public yTconveyances or wagons Which are run for hir andu paSsen- gers and freight ipr a considera TJiiswilL include the vehicles of Ilivery stables stages and mail wagons that carry freight and passengers and huckster wAflxms that carry goods through the county The hucksters probably travel tee joadsof thVconhty mortf constantly than any other one class bf men and few of them pay any taxes atalfHoe majorityj being non residents of thecouhty The lii ery iltiblq proprietqrs however who are large taxpayers think 4ho order a hardship and are kicking The order was framed in accordance with tabiU inacted attbe last 14gisJaturewithout trouble There isJ1o law to permit a Jicense tax to be imposed on any v ebicle for prj1 yatrtise up matter how muchil nay Irayei tiieroids t1ETTINCL Ii VARMiThey do say that the race between Julga Ohas Pal teson and lion ttMnley STiuckfprlhe Dem6cratic iiomioatipn fpr Circuit Judge is Warming up exceedingly and promises to reach the feyer heat petifth short campaign is over The two candidates have met in what was tended a joint debate several times but from all accounts the meetings came very near degenerating into old fashionedi mudsHnging contests Jointdebates between rival can didates are always dangerous and it is seldom that either man comes out besj ahd sometimes the poor voter learns so much that be loses faith in them all The two candidates are an nounced to speak at this place on next county court day and a good crowd will doubtless be on ha- ndB CKHon John K Hendrick made a tine im pies ion on those who heard his speecl at the court house here on lastl Saturdays and although he had a strong following in Washington county before be has greatly increased his popu larity among the Democratic voters Indeed the prediction iis freely made now that the county will go for Hendrick by a large majority Capt Hendricks ar gument on the ineligibility of Gov Beckham was quite con vincing from his standpoint His account of the Calhoun matter in which he read documents to show that at the time the bill was be fore the Legislature authorizing the payment by the State of some 71000 to Calhoun for col lecting Kentuckys War claim there existed a contract between the Governor and Calhotmbv Which the latter was to do the work for 3000 and yet Gov Berkham signed the bill and kept the Legislature in ignorance of the contract This point was quite a revelation to the majority of the crowd and even some pro nounced Beckham followers are anxiously awaiting an explana tion Oapt Hendrick ian impressive tid entertainipg speaker and his friends in this county are enthusiastic in their faith in him FAIR The SpringthldS mHEir will be held tb year 26th and continue four days The lair company has been reorganized and new blood introduced into the board of directors The date selected is considered a good one being earlier than last year when the weather ian be relied on more The lair will preceed the Bards town fair one week which will make convenient to stock ex- hibitOrs who are following a cir cuit The premium list fa to be revised and some new sand at tractive features added Mr A C Kimball who has been con nected with the fair company for a number of years is the new secretary and he takes the place of Robert Noe who goes into the board of directors A Great Sthiou Tbere was a big sensation in Leesviild IndM when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved bv Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies frqm Asthma but your New Discovery gave me imme diato relief and soon thereafterS effected a complete PneuI usHs the peerless reImo for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and lOJ- Guaranteed by C J Haydon druggist Trial bottles tree SweetBreallii- is a never falling tigu 6f ua Wealthy stomach When the breath is bad the atom uiaoatdForder Therj ls rio remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs MaryS Crick of JVhite Plains Kyi irrites 11iayabeena4yapept1c f rUartr1ed all kinds fit remedied but continued t9 grow yrorae Bj tha nse Kodol I began t Improve at loncetau4 takings few bofties am full weight health and strength rand can eat TrBaleTer 1 like Kodol digests what you cat jand inakcstbe atomc t Bydnf Died afOwenaILrO A VeciMldatJd Aprill 10th from Owe1sbor9saysi Mr Cfcapeze Wathen one of the most prpminent atlorney at tne Owensborp bar died of iyphofd fever this afternoon after an illness of three weeks Mr Watjberi was born at Mount Merino Breckinridge county in 1859 After atteriding St Joseph College at Bardstown he went to Louisville and was graduated from the Louisville Law School He first practiced his profession at Brandenburg The Demo crats of the Seventh Judicial district elected him Common wealths Attorney two terms by handsome majorities married Miss Mary Fairleijrh a sister ofl Mr David Fairleigh of Louis ville He came tothlcity in 1893 He was for a number of years City Attorney and bad served as Special Judge in many iimportant oases He was coun sall for the Louicville Henderson and St Louis railway He is survived by a wife and four children The funeral will take place Sunday at his old home The deceased was a brother of Mrs Sarlh Si corns Mrs Nathe Cooper aid Miss Ellen Wathen of this place and had frequently visited in Springfield ROc Ilic GraTes A startling incident is narrated by John Olliver of Philadelphia 6 follows was in an awful conditions My skin was almost yellow Eves sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Elec tric Bitters to my great joy the first bole made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am flow a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No onff should fail totry them Only 50 cents guaranteed atO J Haydons drugstore For liver trouble and constipation Theres nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers the famous little pills Thevahays effect a cure sod save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tifsuM by arousing the accre tions aud restoring the liyer to the full performance of its functions naturally Haydon Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay tak Lug Sold by Wood Campbell L ottuce and SmallPox Lettuce isan absolute preven tive of smallpox No one is in the least particle of danger of catching smallpox who eats a utile lettuce everv day Small pox belongs to the scorbutic class of diseases Sailors at sea deprived of fresh vegetables get scurry Scurvy isa typical scorbutic disease small pox is another Smallpox always rages during the winter season when tne poor people are depriv ed of fresh Vegetable foods Celery and onions are good iur this purpose but there is such along interval between their being gathered and toeing eaten that they lose most of their anttscor butic properties Lettuce is served shortly after it is picked and hence contains the valuable properties which will prevent mph pox It is a thousand times better than vaccination It has no liabilities like vaccina tion to produce other diseases We are willing to stake our pro fcssional reputation on the broad statement that anyone who eats llettuce daily will not catch smallpox whether he be vaccinated o- rInotEx MesjL Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a tthing tborpghly Of all the salvesyou ever heard of Buck lens Anica Salve is the best It sweeps away andcures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skirt Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed toJ lOve satisfaction by C J flay jon Druggist Unhealthy kldaeys produce nesu- ge1ngthanti1an posibly from any other cause To feel well to be heaj thyrthese organs must be active To restore unhelthj kidneys to action there is nothlnp that equals Gayu ba lIt ii recommended and used Olllya a remedy for dUeabed IdBey Sold by 4oqd ic Campbell I AN INCIDENT Of THE WAR j A DesfcrajMliitBetwe wash 1itiiCfiity JUmc Quaris m Guerillas Written For Tbe Nwsrt4pnRy- Wliije the war between the States had progresse4 to its highest proportions wbil tHose who wore the Gray were friakin desperate struggles for uprera acy and those who w6re the Blue were vigorously cqnjesting every inch of soil from Washing ton to Richmond the pplitical temperature necessarily ydn high hiNowct the homes of the citisens of the Northern part of Wa 6in ton county a band of citizensstyling themselves theguardwas formed wnose sole object was to rid th9 community of a band of Guerillas who had been making depredations upon the neighborhood The captain of the Home Guard was Capt John Smith who resided in SpringfieldtOn a finn autumn morning with implici confidence in hii men Capt Smith with some flfty men mounted their chargers and rode to the rendezvous of the enemy which they unexpectedly found strongly entrenched in the jungles and confines of Spencer county not far from the little village of VanBuren After maneuvering awhile thelguerillas opened tire only to have It vii orously returned by the Home Guard The fighting was desperate until the ammfiniion ot Washington troops gaye out when they were forced to retreat wMcb retreat though conducted with masterly skill rented se riously One man was killed and two wounded Amaq by the nama of Piles was killed Henry- Keeling was wounded and hi life was saved by John Shields rather of Dr A M Shields of this county Joe Reddix fami liarly known to the people of Washington county sjs Uncle Joe was seriously wounded P Cr Richardson rescued Reddix by carrying him on his lhorse out of danger This was the last service the Home Guard saw TJje Qua illasmade one morepid and committed a crime which will forever brand them with odium the heinuousnessof which beg gars description Sonje of those who participated in this engage moot were Thos Hall Ellas Satterly J M Brother s Milton Shields and P C Richardsoc who stilt survives and who will corroborate the a1hep city of thU narration E P UEbMAN Chronic Bronchitis Cjufil d For ten years I had chronic bron chitis 10 bad that at times iroul4 not tfpak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Cofftt anof Montmofjeaci Ind SI tried all remedies ayaijable but with no success Fortunately my em ploycJ uggesed that I trI Foleys Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miracuousi and I am now cured of the disease On my recointpeqdatioa many people have used Fojej a Honey audTa and always with satisfaction Soldb3 Wood It Catnphell bid iff Caaal Cutest The Great Lakes Ship Canal bill passed the New Ycirjc Legis flature action brought the bill to Governor Odell for signature and ended a political contest of twefoty years to provide an efficient waterS highway for freight car ia tween the Great Lakes and the Atlantic seaboard from i BuffaloS Half Sick I first used Ayers 5Ira parma lirthe fur 1148 SinCtha I kin taken it eyery sprinf- k is a lo purify in e an4siisnt- sirajtbcnlag msdIcIn- eST JussWIchits KiasI If you feel run jdown re eisily redJflii your nerveS are wesIai1tyour blood IsthlJ then begin- to take the gooa old standr mc4tcinAyeiISlrparUI IIsSSa regular nerve iirtii perfect Jjlood btiHei IUIabsi A aEwall b dissd J oA o r to Troy The final step is to se cure the imprimatur of the peo ple at the fall elections for an issue of bonds to defray the cost The project in brief provides for the dredging of the Erie Cham plain and Oswego Canals tto a depth of eleven feet that barges carrying one thousand tons may traverse the route The pp posed expenditure of llOOO GOO The present canal route will be followed with few deviations which include Seneca Lake and the Oswego River la 1895 9000000 were appropriated to deepen the canals to nine feet The appropriation was exhausted before the work was haltt com pleted and a scandal ensued To President Roosevelt is due the inception of the present plan Colliers Weekly IoreRots- Disturbances of strikers are nearly asvruge as an indiv ual disorder of the system Over work loss of sleep nervous ten sipn will be followed bv utter collapseu lass a reliable remedy notblDgsothe liver and kidneys as Electric Bitters Itsa wonderfol tonic ind effective nervine and the greatest all around medicm lor run down svstems It dispcls nervousness Rheumatism and expels malaria germs Only 50 cpntsand satisfaclionguarapteed ao Hay dons drugstore Good For mm The pleasant to take and harmless Ooe Minute CoughCure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croug and Lagrippe becacse it does not pass iIn7 meaiateiy into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamatlon heals and sooths and cures permanently by en abling the lungs to contribute pure oxygento 60000 Americans Go to Caiala During the two years ending June thirtieth llast more than sixty thousand persons from North and South Dakota Minne sota Illinois Wisconsin Montana and Utah took farms in the Can adian West bringing with them property and stock conservative ly estimated as being worth thirty million dollars In the three yeara preceding at least thirty thousand other settlers had crossed over from the United States and since 1890 it is estimated that there has gro vn up n Western Canada a community f one hundred and thirtyfive frhousahd American farmers growers of wheat corn and flu settlers imbued with not only the American spirit of enterprise but with American ideals of gov ernment and American aspirations for tbe IutuH of the country which they have made their home William R Stewart in April Cosmopolitan WIiEfARDSlOO The readers of this papet will be pleased to learn that there at least one dreaded diease that science baa heen able to cure lu all its stages and that tis Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only posl ive cure now known t the medical fraternity Catarrh being a conntitutioUal disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is t ken internally act lug directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces ol the system thereby detrnyiag the foundation or the dis ease and ivlng the patient strengthS by building up the constitution and assisting uature in doing its work The proprietors have so mucli faith in its curative pcwcrs that they offer sue Hundred Dollars for any cUe that it ofteaumoIIHalts Family Pills are thebest Fell Twenty feet Master Limlsey Cleaver about 14 years old son of Mr and Mrs P 0 Cleaver of this city met with a painfvl accident Tuesday aiterooon He had climbed up a tree in court square and was watching the maneuvers of a troop of train d dogs out on the street The branch on whicht ihe wasaitting gaye way and he fell to the earth below adislance ttf fifteen or twenty ieet landing on hisjhead and shoulders When picked up fhe was unconscious and several moments intervened i before beStiowficl signii df Drs McChord and plHver wereII t near l y angvethe boy prompt attentio It was found that ito boHWeJebrokel but that he ws pretty severely bruised and JbkeJtppLeba1 o Euterpr1 5LfibNoM Locala From The FalconY QoutillC8aOclDC Snday night John Will Penick alias Mfrik coloredl j stabbed and almost instantly killed Bud Chelf also colored From all the facts obtainable it seems to be a ease of coldblooded murder Penick is ill jail at Greensbur The examining trial will be called today v It is reported tbifa suit win be filed in LoaisVilfe tat an early date to break the wilLpf the late Mrs Catherine WilsOiillJJ contestants will be heirs not named in lthe will If successful the result Will enxJitoss to Methodist institutions in Ken tucky and wjll give her heirs in Lebanon a larger share tJ1er estate than she bequeathed tto them A large crowd was in Lebanon yesterday to attend County court A lot of fine stock was exhibited on the street but only a lew sales are reported Thafolloiinglive stock sales were made by auc tioneer H M Bl11 ells Two sows and 8 pigs 3925 Jsow and six pigs 1775 1 sow and 8 pigs 40i 1 tenyear old mare 76 one plug mare 36 Mr Jj H Estes sold 18 yearling steer at 2220 per head 1 mare 29 jnd 1 gcdjjack2h j The city has had srlitwcon crete crossings put iifr during the past week Thelarge rocks that have formerly been used on these crossings have been removed to other parts of the city where crossings will be made of them Mr Leo Thomas of the Cal vary neighborhood and f Miss Mamie Gribbins of this city were married at the pasforal res idence by Rev J Ay Hogarty Saturday evening They are popular young people and have behest wishes of hosts pi friends Auctioneer H M Brussells sold yesterday for Master Corn missioner Buckner the Booth tract of land of 100 acreS near Riley to H 0 Bagwell for 608 The Taylor 18rmofS8acres near New Market to Willis Bur dettfor 35J and heDe1QeJ land Of 148t acres ih three tracts near St Marys to Mrs Catherine Dejiuel for 401 A ChatanoOi DrniirstJsstaf ent Robt J Eiiler Proprietor ptth Read House Drup Store jstChattanoo ga Teas wrjtesr There Is npre merit in Foleya Honeyand Tar than in anrother c uit syrup The call for it muflpiywonderfuityahdwesell- inoreofit than Air other cough syrupi combined Sold by Wood amp bell Peacjies Suffered Major Hersey of Louisville has received encouraging reports ports ofthe condition of firops Peaches alone have suffered as the result of the bad weather Wheat fs well advanced a din splendid condition The outlook is generally regarded as the best for many years The sowing of oats has progressed more rapidly than usually Tobacco beds were not planted untIl late and the earliest ones are Jjust appear inejjabove the surface The Ire quenjjjrainsjn Febuay andtne early portion f March delayed this work as well as all kindsof farm work s Grass made a rapid growth during March and lsln excellent condition thrtughout the State being farther advanced than Usual at this tiice The reports as to peaches have been expected They were killed or damaged by the severe weather In February some escaping to suffer fromthe frost in the latter partof March Other Jruits are iin good condition country Roajds There is no qviestiqu tthatt bad aslmuehamoun it Jo Probablythere is np locality which has been to the trouble and expensepf improv Ing its own Toads that wouldHot testify ttbl Iimjproyement is worth all that it cost The mtfr kct yalue of Ohio farEois bap it1i creased but threeteatb LSOm per cent in iLlo Jut decade Doubtless a large partoZjit re trograde movesaeit is due o in prtjofi oe than 150000000 fa one f t = i THJCtOllJIIEUPL oId or L IIG POWDER r Abie1utyPuu tHEllEISND suujtfVJ year through bad ro diTbrplap of building pecitiMmi secV tions as object lessonstocomaci ities in which they lie iiS jaer naps the most persnMv ndrCQnvincingargumenti thatkanVS ifranged to educate taxpaytrs O 1I1teknowledge ifiat rqad MjI monej innh ir pockets eventually and will be jr tgood investment AJidWDIII taxpayers gdt generally arpBi 0 theequal impirtance ofgoci roads to good water or rail traaev portation then wel aUbaT o r rongressional l committees laar inguing and scheming1fcr rp 4 mprovement appropriatiops witk the same zeal now now displaTei is asking for river and barber PJprppriatk ttg There really ill no more reason for obliging thi local OJIlmuniticstobE r all tb xpnseof road building iq their vicinities than for requiring t1vesse mel to make all their river and harbor improvements The former is just as much a puilic service and public improve Den of widespread iandence u tbS latter It tharefor become th governments busTnesa io loitir Jfae improvement of its laiki ai cell as of its water big1ways4- Ohio Farmer Stitt CH J4K Yesterday being this 4aiK Jijij n1lQbairmanYouug cratic StateExecutive Comnaitttf announced that the folowis candidates had deposited then cessary amounts to make tbs race + JVJir Goyernor3 U W Beck f iham John K Heiidrick r U For Lieutenant Governor W f P Thorne Abram Reaiclr iFor Attorney Generat N B Hays Ira Julfan J willrriLith- e1l Ctiaa OarrolU J For AuditorS W Hrl1John B Ghenault fiJ For TreaR r H B k 0 worth JloT Griffith G W Rieh J ardson qfJ r elrlofStattiTtV McGhesney 4 For Supeointettdenfc of PaWi InstructionJ jfbtkiJIi T1 I mas N Arnold OESwr D a Wait J H Fnqtiai i 7 For Commissionerof AgriwI i ture Hubert Vreeiabd TjCV Hedger J M Fraitee y r For Ciorkof Court QI Aeak R L G e aeJ Mopi Ohinn x t Ne lroraisrNOW tliatthe DedfatioCer r oftheLouiaiariurcrExposition ire so close Jt hand tbf ti1i bJic s commencing to wodiwMtS- tLouIshss I to offerin Uwjiwaj mrvisiorstThe ndcr8Qi1RiaitIs THE Wr daFlirr LtRt1 b4 gotten out a very tiHt Wettet vest pocket i ii whick etWit- be cpmplete official po actthese ceremonies is a Modera piece ot Ttrotltiit 11 eyery rpeit pruatei Ia ifijipiiV and red with gray aitiqs lMirr and high grade e aa1sd k tock ineicfe j t J CoplA willi be- on l f i tapplication L J r t GenIP lJi1it Gee L Garrelt i Trava1ingPaas4 i17 JO fIS C c r t CASTOmAAt t iI L TTIT TJI1iTTI NEWLEAOe= T T mm mm pzYTWtIOAT SlAYEAR IK ADVANCES t SPJlIIGNILDKY f SIDAVIWNI jr- iM xirIUX t ter b4fl MUoM 10 c etc JII 1ieeqiienth1H tI r O lU 5tidi4ate aai oUUc l matter MrtalMr IlM jTeS wk JirJo atI w rates bt eah 5Mat Mw e UrOFs11HtteillcUt iideO liberal ritc 1OMtMriM Mhl ifsdluttoBS pi rwpect 3 J 18v LaOuzcI3LzXTIf Cct M IL tU H aty 0Mcr 5OC 44rktOce3SaICUCf LLr istjJIt DAY APRII6 l3 For Circuit Judge t Wiar atrled tonOiC the as- at JjitTY SHUCK- firtheJi 9c orCfrult ittbIl the 1eventb Judicial Ds t oodofth contiO3OL r1Tylee1 Gr arid WaOl- ngtibjct tOthC Uomof the Demo W K authorized to announce the r4CHiLES PATTESON caiW t for the oNCe of Circuit Jnil Of thta the EleventArJudlcial Dktriot cwpoiedoftbe cot tIe8 of Mro 1aylot Ore and WublQg tea a eet1 the P ocratic primary CaimoAwalthS Attorney I T W e are jmtborizedto announce- BBNSPALDINGi M urfMaU for the office qf corn 0 we lthf Attorney for the lltb Jwitetal il triet ubject to the action t the MOcr auo party Primary tlecioQ Joae 1 1903 I WearuthorIzed to aunounco HENRY S MCELROY amcamdidate for the nomination for rCo lI onyreAltha Attoiney of the ilck Juaiolal district subject to the actioR of the DemocratiC party Wtfate authorized to annomice t BoLi DURLAM Gzeeti ccunty tis a candidate for the qc of CoBamonwealths Attorney ctto the action of the Demo cratkJ party in this the Eleyeiith JadteW distrIct Co posed otihe eOt1i1Uea of Washington Mari- onTyI4Greenl Primary Juno 103s vVpor Cfrcalt Clerk 1Weare arathorized to announce MR F M CAMPBELL f as a ardatetorbe offiCe of Circuit Court Clerk of Waahingtph county i November electIon If elected will be 5aseietIa theofflce by Robt Noe 4V For State Senator I leare suthorizedtO announce V fJOHNL QEDND oMarioa coty as a candidate for the omc of State Senator from the J la6th Senatorial District subject to p the action of Democratic party Predact conventions May 30 1903 f We are authorized to announce HARRY LANCASTER ofjMarloa county as a candidate for ytljtoflce of State Senator from the jS 15th Senatorial district subject to the I t actloa of the Democratic party Precinct convention My 30th 1903 Tt For Represcntatiye- i Wearr authorized to announce 5dr WILLIAM J CLAYBROOKE asa oaudldate fir the Demo 1 5sraJIc imihation rtbe office- ojtj Representative n he10wcI hoajfof Kentucky Leglalatnre from f WaablHgton c unty tSWHX l a In thisissue wo publish the annbtineeinenti of Mr TtlhnLt a Gr dd71tadon county who is a candidate for he IL mocratic nomicatjon for State Senator irom thIstb1h district com 4pctii unties of Was vinjutonil Marion and Taylor Mr wridy is 57 years of age and one of the substantial farmer Citizens of our neighbor Hi bas always beena jstauncb Democrat and tltlipughl jic has ma ejjbefore al ed1orfin offle beuhas over hoi a wcrfter lor his parSy and has neveriiqsitated itic contributing bCs time and mono i to the cause whenever Jed Mr Grundy is a than fiv thoough1y awakeio the needs aid nteests ol the people of F- ItWj district and if elected lt rfMr re ii ayig uMib the people with jfejiriwMMMM and good judgwiI1L rVahiiig toa couity Deioocrlts shot Id- 4 7fc give kiscaod i4 cy cotwiderttio G Bckb i opeid liii Sesaignat o 5ia i I NwH t ecii waid apjarei tIt i me- sfsfnoon iD ibE Lou lTW p- toth1r Beckban or AUS fILion Coffee f COOK to you fresh ana of taU strength always in sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their streagth deteriorate in flavor and al o gather dirt- OatlwmttTlnA Ie ui4faUitrMstb an tararad to tan ot Uon Ootfe defended the Pemocratic State Committee anti its actions declared that he is certainly eligible t je election and took a whackat John K Hendrick whom he charged with making bitter attacks on lim Accord ing to the CourierJournal and TiDies the young Governor is having great ovations wherever he goes But according to the same authorities flendricks a5 d Brectinridge are receiving frosts We announce this week Mr d Harry I ancaster Marion county as a candidate for the Deiqcn craticnouitnation for State Sen ator from this district Mr Lancaster is a worthy young democrat and has done good work for his party He is Private Secretary for Congressman D H Smith and is welt qualified for the position to which he as pires Mr Lancaster has a good many friends in this Bounty and he promisses to enlarge his acquaintance and lay his claim be fore the people as well as he can in the short time intervening be tween now end the precinct con venton The trial of Jim Howard for the murder of William Goebel is progressing slowly at Frankfort About the same testimony that was brought out at rfp r vious trials is being heard Youtsey who is said to have made a con fession has not been put on the stand and it is not known that he willbeIGov Beckham in speaking of the recent collection of Kentuc kys war claim announces proud ly that the State is now entirely oat of debt The same happy condition ED doubt also exists in- iegard tppQapt C C Oalhouns finances VftEAAOF GRIPI cqrtSy One Bottle of Chaiute1aius- Con u Peiedy MWhen1 had au attack of Ftc grip last winter the secoud one I actually jured myself with oue bottle of Cham berlalna rough Remedy aaya Frank W Perry Editor of tbe Entrpric 8hoTtiilleJr Y This is the honest truth 1 at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking atcaspooue tblCOU1hingr would take a dose and it seemrd thatI in the briefest interval the dough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its ac companying pains To say that the remedy acted as a moat agreeable sur prie is putting it very mhdy I had uo Idea that it would or could knock ad1heycrdid and it seemed with the second at tack of caughlng the remedy caused it not only to be of less duration but the puns were far less severe and I bad not usel the contents or one bottle before Mr Grip bad bid me adieu For tale at Hay ons drug store DISGUISES OF NATURE 7 The Quality of Defense I Yond In Every Animal By a decree of nature onebalf the vrprld flourishes at the eXpense tf the other half Tbe sparrow chases the butterfly but the hnwjc C3tbe jporrovr For the problem of life is twofold It is not enough merely to eat ItII necessary to avoid being eat en yet nature detests kllllcs for klll lujfr sake Jlasaacre forms no part of her reat plan feo we see that every creature is provided with sOme more or loss effective quality of defense by means of which the attacks of its nat uralI enemies are rendered ljess frequent r less deadly Thus the Antelope by ipcans of its mpcrlor speed at tInes escapes from the lion The armadillo rolled 1nlts woulrtui cOat of mat Iessecnre among a score of hungry guawlng roeS whIle the white hard sta reel disllnguisbabre from the on dyeroledJWfoethe Mtee baa received more tMl tbaa the Insects BosiiM stints others bite PloProtejj fynff wt ctonda ot p ety rhllnd Uwir punten Again tjHtenart iMects cJotlrtd ito lMf e etra- M aniwc insects coTered with sharp a iae hid prleklec sad others whose weaiu of AeftHt ctariat ki Mtkuig butt likeness to tbf oBJ cte wkkk su- Jlo1 UII t n aihi w fc- HpaeisIns It iWt New5s ronB The tounty1k+ tit W1 E IiiI Am J6 rAth CRtipIc it IJIrJ 1 11La ReJlortejiby our frresp iP8 r HaTr41yScwiho OJi Preston fltire wmteotValley Hijl spent Saturday mid Sunday withsMrJWH- asfamiIy Mrs Saute 0faesser sentSA- turday with hcrdaqgbtc1 Mrs Betti Kays Mrs Wit Sale is quite sikatt- his writing Mrs klolKe Williams jfnd daughtors Viss Fannie and Della spent Tuesday with Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mr Gf Sutherland was in our midst fonday Isaac 0 rney bought a cow and laU from Ed Mitchell for 27 J R McAlister bought a fine horse from J R Gray for t15 Mr Gray bought one from Arch Yeast for 115IMr Berry Pinkston and Mrs MahalavLouis drove over to Roy R Safe Runday afternoon and were quietly married Ufey Dr J H Hopper of this place has moved to Mackville We all regret the loss of the Doctor and his wife Miss Lavania OConnor has been quite sick but we are glad to say is about well at this writing v Mr S 0 VanArsdale is having new rolls put in his mill andWI11 soon have it completed Arvin Noe is having a new residence erected in our midst We are happy to say we will have Arvin as our neighbor John Hopper orIibis place spent Saturday and Sunday in Mackville Louis the litiTe son of Mr Ed Grace is very ill at this writing Mr Fred VanArsdale one of Litseys most promising young business men has gone to your town to get a poslion iir the cigar factory IPNSY VIOLET Hillsboro A union Sunday schbdl was organized at this place the firt- Lrds day in this month with W r Sutherlajid Superinten dent Mrr John Armstrong and daughters Misses Flossie and Myttle nave returned from a visit to relatives near Tatham Miss Ida G odby hr s returned to Chaplin after several weeks visit with her mother Mrs Annie Godby Miss Rena SIieuvmater of this place and Miss RenaYanUey of Pleasant Grove spent Tuesday with Mrs Will Nally of Fen wt kMr Cora Mcllvoy spent Sat urday at PulliamISeveral ot our young fclka want to St Rose Sunday Ivan Armstrong has returned from Illinois x Misses R se and Ttc le Kelly and M Jltie Begley of Fen ick were the pleasant guests of Xks Berlhi Miller Tuesday and Wtd lies i ay Sanlord White of Fen wick visited his cousins Eha and Tom SunditYI this place next Sunday mcrning at 111 oclock Mrs Mary Hines of Lits y was at 0 W Oders Sunday Mr Van Sylr and wife are at Mr J W Hiudihs near Fen lk MISJ Agnes Hines oP Litsey was the guest ofr Miss Berha Edgington Sundar Mrs W E Sutbcilaml has re rEIand Reports her much improved J S Leachman and wife Ben helcontestsdaYI nigM I Mrs Bertha Miller was the pleasant guest of Miss Coia Shewmaker Monday nigh o FENWICKi 7i l r Mr1 Satffarfl Lo 1s1dnft IndianajUiSflndi MOI11ylqr Feawicki very r wrttingIlj Nl UiJl was in Louteyille bsi ykon business l tlspentiSunday withjhe family 0 Wra JTeffrfcs Miyand Mrs J B Fenrick of Baixlsto jn were here Satur day and Sunday Misjs Verna Rogers has re turned home after a pleasant visit to friend la Willisbu rg Miss Lena Logsdon who is at tending school at St Catharine spenteaster home Severall of our people attended church at St Rose Sunday T J Miller and farniIyof Wil lisburg spent Sunday with the family of Dan Rogers Misses Rose and Annie Kelly anI Jennie Logsfon visited Mrs 0 T Logsdon Friday last Mss Ethel Rogers has return e I home after a visit to her sister INrs J B FenwicU at Bardstown MissMaggie Smithand nephew Master Lfoyd Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday at Freder ickstown Mackvillo P Hachett sold 3 work horses to different parties at 40 tHchr Also bo ghtn 7 yearold combined mare of Wilt Bottom l 72 Butler Mhewmuker bought a bunch of 85 ib shoat of the Brown boys colored at 2 per heal Gitl pie Bros bought a small frmuf 29 acres of Milton Swee fey at 630 Possession May i W B Hatchett sold f 3year ol nrare mule to S C Brown of Mercer county at H15 Married last Week Orby Turne and Miss Lillie lickcrson at the brides home near town RevJ A binms officiating We Ex tend congratulations Hatchett Co sI48OOOjbs tdbaccoat the Central Warehouse Louisville at GJc They also sfcld 12000 lbs to Continental Cor oft your town atSJc Cnarlio Camden soid a sow and 8 pigs to Sam Arnold at 25 J P Walter bought a house and lyt In Mackvlllo of Ituse Camden at t220 Mr Camden and family will move to Champagne Ill We wish them sue cess in theirnew home Gardwell Died on the llth inst Mr Wesley Grahqm an aged andre spectod citizen We extend sym p ithy to the bereaved family In- trrmOIt at Deep Crcek Sunday Mrs Susan Masters issick ul this writing IMr Cur Young returned ncm Sunday Irom Ier lathers W H Lay where she has been fSi several weaks sick XauJicconnt of the convtnucd wet weaher not much poa ing or gardening has beet done but tine grass atd wheat are 1001 yetI Mr B Lawson bought of Mrs Com ewe with iJ3 lambs at 573 jcjr lo d for the ewes with tthe Jobs t uown in RA Willham soil sou e 2 year ol i hiifrs for June an- dIJUfitcnnd4iC r bought of J W Royujty his fjrm conUiio ing f 0 acres fur 100 Mr Royalty hoshoved to Tblow- Jus KyleD sld tJ Irvine Pinkstqa 0 yearling sierra for 100 Mr Wilham has the lumber oa iiregr6ucd to build a ware tilnCnxd e an dijittuo our Ihrtvfngjjttle Icevjllago i Our peop here ara much In terested jin the school question Tliere istajiklbf nnUii tyrpyis L B rliW M JJoalsJLri J 71 jm j CUTSStopsthebleedin mile IheFaIri Pr yenta l r i quickly t I DnuiIS 4StopsthsNrPevntsSwa1bsa- J t2frDraws out thoJnf launmitiom ItwBU whaiwesayt or money retbKIdd oa 14o0OrxL urGOOD DUO- OSFOY C J1 Baydori l rft ij Stt tri tbhdQuUdiriga d hQ1se jtjflvcotiIJIVQSo11O r This would tea ureatkhing for r1u mthurfltYonUSffel OUHi t be done ej 4IPI t Ohar1lQWf bt wlo ttught us a splendid ghool last iyeir ha promiseJ ttbjs take cur t CCDfgratulptetbe trustee fo being abJeto S cjre ibis excellent teacher jfi MtssAUceBtlsbvs also been employed to teach tilel Royalty school this year L WfeoopTng ccu h and mumps are the order pf the aayMr CR Lay und some 4r Mr Sum mers youngest chirl Gren haye been quite sick wi tni whooping cough but all are better now l Several from here attended church at Cornishvjiljj Sunday Our Sunday schoo ias opened up with renewed interest vriih Bro pG Patterson Superin tendentjind Hollifi S Summer Secretary WP haVe failed so far to get organized in our Sun djsc1lopl atPieedqtn but think wev will get started next Sunday Wo hope all will come out and take hold j Horse and hoe saj are too numerous to men iOp everyone selliog or buying one or both If you want lo see bu1Ior trade send JQ your caiIrdfyou can be accommjodated tli Card well Ey MOORESVIJULE Mr John Oder IISi returnedI from Southern Kentucky where he and hU wife spent the winter We ara hat ing gloqijiy weather at resent Mr Henry McElroyi of Leba non wus in our midstilast week electioneering in the interest off his race that of Commonwealths Attorney t r Several got left yesterday morning at Booker tl the tram was hugged down butt did nott stop for toe passengejrsi and they Went on the noon train Mr Dae Hendren otJetterson vilte is visitingi relatives here Mr Nimrod Smith ison tlc sick list Mr E ti Bubliit and family of Springfield spent last Sunday with J M Wall of this place Wo Ellis and Bud Hawthorne were in Springfield Saturday on legal businessIQuite a crowd attended church at gt Rose Sunday One fellow turned his buggy over Well the reaple 90tn get all the whisky they want then they go to Bloomfield now as they have a barroom or two in opera iion Several from here attended the tiddlers contest at Springfield Tuesdjy night Constipation Does your head acher Pain 6ack of your eyes Bad taste In your mouth Its your liver f Ayers 1 ills are liver pills They cure consti dyspepsiaI DYEiijIwHOLDING A CIGAR Points la a Man Character tlae AdIIi Said to Did you ever notice thb different ways men hold cigars or clgnrettcs Did you ever observe how YOU yourself hold ohe- There arc nhout a dozen different ways and probably no tirq tucu bold their cigars exactly alike A judge of human unturq may pick un Interesting points as to character from watching smokers Oue nina will hold his cfear finniy between thumb nud torettut9r lie buusually a resolute terinclqus manhBtrcouQUS or merely phlcpmatb as theo case may be but never lazy Ills On scrs are stumpy Another man holds tho clfjiir loosely butvccn his first and secoqd flucera lie Id apt to be graceful lake Irreso 1b1 aud tapering itA third man will carry his cfgarwlth the lighted end turned ui toward the S palm the hand held scoop abaiarountt t It He picked up that trick when m Biuqklng on the sly as a earing papa might break suddenlyIito tho vgnnie lie Is usually oASCCreptc iia sPeclarteuelency d tlAtoorthiiilbplelwordly nervously gripping it kod often staring at It Inquisitively to seeh6w it is burning Hells not a natutamok crnor Is he apt to bo what f known 4190 good fellow llels usually aax louis to tbersucl snot tireatforcofcbaracterWatch thoruan behind Ute elar 4a 1k5eoIfnh1not corrcctrNcw York World r 1 i iT P 1 To Cure a Cold in One DayJ STee five Bromo Quinine 1 ts e k O- ev 1ia bs ss4 U p 13 ks TH totttrtiS yb9 W iwiAiWwliYi tI iUiiW i Ii i iWfiviilie tlI The Farmers Supply i rrQi j i iz f OF tn MfJI t Q t 3JJft THOMPSON GREEN s tJtM iiIs tiie place to gO with your a get your Supply of t d 1 J1 I FIELD EEDSZtrr f 1 Of all kinds Agentsfor OLD HICKORY WAGONS ant 3 for the Belebrated f I S ELLWOOD STEEL WiRSFMN llftS j Onr line of buggies for the Spring iTcade is beginiiingto5- a te a arrIve and is more elaborate than ever ht 4c I COAL in any Quantity it lowest JricesI f vr I THQMPSON GREEN d i SPRINGF1LPJC 3 J M I I ImIf f J tJI The Model Saddle and Harness Stal lion ERWIN RUSSELL 3 ill 32- make the season o f 1003 at my stables halfonile west of Springfield near the Bloomfield turnpike at 3I2to Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on colts to eecun payment of service fee Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occurS Erwin Russells blood should com mend itself to those breeding saddli horses He combines the blood of Mark Diamond 40 with that of Oar rard Chief 2253 and other line ones Mark Diamond 49 was one of the greatest saddle and harness horses the State ever produced Kate by LaFayette who had ten colts as good saddle horses as were ever produced by one mare which shows that this cross nicks well and produces the best saddle horses Erwin Russell 32 a beautiful l chestnut sorrell 151 hands high has heavy mane and tail He is a model inform and perfect style and gaits He is hard to equal SHERMAN MARTIN Springfield Ky WACO DAREi JR No 1162 f IN VOL SN S H R Will make the tea ton of 1903at the Fair Grounds Springfield at 15 to Insure a Living Colt Waco Dare Jr la by Waco Daze 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrell 68 by Black Eagle 74 by King William 67 by Washington Denmark 04 by old Black Dean ark be by Imp Hedgford Waco Dare Jr first dam Bessie by Prlnra Den matrbe by King Denmark be by Star Denmark ne by old Black Denmark fae by Imp Hedgeford Wacoi second dam was by Tube Rose be by Cabbies Lexington S P Third dam by Dnlutb he by Cabbloa Lexington S is a beautiful dark bay a little dappled with very heavy mane and taU goes all the gaits and Is a nice driver Ho ia 15Jrhandl and Is a fine actor His colts are winners JB WALKER Springfield Ky Commissionerss Sale Clem Hill puffY Equity J L Hudson el al deft By virtue of a Judgnfent and ordei of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February tern thereof 1903 In the above cause dluul proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 27 1003 a 2 oclock pm or thereabout being County Coart day to the highest bidder at Public Auction upon a credit of lib and twelve mouth the lollowing described property towit A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky and tbu bounded towil Beginning at i Sycamore stump on the waters ci Water Run corner to Keeling thence p Water ixuu b oi i u b i rSUo poles to tbe elm opposite the mouth f abranch corner to Prather heirs thence up said branch at It meanderh N 2d H lti N 15 E JON 32 E 261 poles to a sugar tree near the mouth of a drain thence up said drain as It meanders N 30 W 17 XS ION 11 W poles tp a stone cornerxo same 3 5L4 poles to ast9nebtt bcanch cot tcfKeelinjt line down said branch at meanders AO W8S 17 WlUS 145W 22tf8 J5S W iO S WOJ1iJ 15W13S23W9S46 W15poIedti- h c beginning 5contalnIng4u acres oreor less Fpl the purchase price the pur chaser or purchaser wltlj dpprpveq security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal Interest Iron ate of sale until paid and having he force and effect of a Judgment idders will be required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A MBDLKY XCWC C Fojeyli KIdher Cure if takeM IB me affords secKrity from all kidney nd bUdder dkeaMs Sold bt Wood inpL r4- THEWHELER4SefFflin t t t FLY PROOF5 L Nightiithoittrouble i mantsp 4Qinanybody calid this We will dofcCan wash yoUr windows without tioi0ile tbroughjseasoni itir no expense f Must be seen to be appreciated MfirlU find them oir sale at the offieeof s fj vit IPjSprrfedr vr P Ut1raFlycomesttlCJ JOHN S M 0 Elrrov 1 flNERALt INsuRkNcAI1t t W Fire fife and Torn do t 1 i1jOFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK 1j HJ fl pDuring my absefrice rorn off lVt tF a pht diifor isinstIf 9 d Scrofals aMIcti oa4li bilh Health ftdrlco 11IIelaIMCb orpJaOtO 01111ii U S Paset omw tWASHINGTON IXC futltlit l1l u- y1oleyaWIay lss4 Tar It Mips- ii satking tCCHigk ud eata ttreBfitlwns the lungs if takes use it will prevent an attickof pnen roorilr Refuse suUtItnt M Sold by To MMdr tUi yKTwrM4 MrfMto M akSuMts uai1I 8i i ctrt1 aid Wild SWM NWI CwNnrwi t 1 It sets ama the ilcMttr MVUM M4 uses the BuWUr tettoat1iaiIaigsMaaslag the blood to tta serati3ts4iIa lutot4 foothold or exist litDoall1tar Get Gelert Silk we aM UCIJN P54555 Gd take ItaccoztUartQilMctfMK jlMj iat yOur IstI It rot esas jsl It tu a nOstalfOr dnwrtat w4 SI i 4 Onr Good DeaartenrasIshes mM cl trtthout coat Tell M you IN EIER SILKWICD COMPANY cqti UM ad In n 4 qSJv 1l B1e G rtUt Of d iirsFruit atfOinaini-al tresl Ers smaljgg a y HrI1NMEyER 9ft 4 j i4 LUf P MBURTON- INT1DIffq EXTRACTIO- fltAW J Gr1itdDT- yiIW tt ISH h TON tI1 a f I I ij JSICCK iPIttPM DXY JIJffrt JrDpoiit ptI 1t2int IS SF1qR1QSB NErwAT LAW OSKP1 Bsk i CtiWJ1i Ji i pI ri cw IEDLE Wi YSIW rIcItr4Lv Wi tiMi WdJ Were la puJa i ntM- lt ar 1u i hulcB s for t 1sL Ciuisars cMMMtr the veil 1i sbs f ffrfrflMIHfirt ftt yuSry jIeefI et emb d iT sr ftIa Jillt ka lKa1tJI4 1ieIiMaI4I rare park duiNw jiieai wh em 4III4IM fa tMNw Utea sh- lOt sdsg t 14 ki i ClcehJlMipM lite riistki were te neI uMii55tk tie 1tI1caI- b t 4 LaVars1dwii4wi4k alSaellexaplif a ifcriim N Mrlkes wrought In gold Ihttwtxrt hf tMt be found thtnumpiiibta Disco paHfillfl thirty yard ot wklci weeeue iodoscd for atul Mafci ali orAur cocoanut incited VMi yeaMiiuki pieated by a Persian MiVitssl t WI ta itr the sbab per f AeV Tnwwar ai kvlsible WT4 tM jiiMif rt Tbe tern orisj 1tt ti trM the fcttkat when dipped i4qcrae4iiteathegrauth at It te the eye througi iake 1 dIiapearedS ptsd hard work ThIs inpkitfir 4Mteni craftsmen over FSt adsti Arit by Pertugee ybb wl bf WWt e aeadlng satIn to I I h 1It1l1rM by the utiyIgrfiir iNftfsaii btpMa taiklon it ti pMers ewktpu lUa t the arveh Tbe ITt chf lk we4 salt since Ute Isi ettIie LateXVlcotirtsets klrNi t coat waistcoat and breeches dia y Tttlt wrded Silk i rjitiimuly ewe4 wltk delicate VfijifctjiA iwiraVI borders wroughti fa iiiilsflwi tajiiliQUr sfltthes Ire due Wi sttB ai Industry of the Chi PpII MTt rstr4ced tho Frenct bToveitIatiHl ete 6 aiKy ilk a Mellowness Im Mr ty time wUchBrth r adds tc 0 aiiL4get athly f thisisass sjpssUs fJoi sIuaM with a tautI TM HMJMH ke best laitance ot dls 4IitM mfatit j rage tittt k1 sk t wU is the tate ef fcMwIedgr tKweate be sees to t- hurI wirM Tkejr will rabmlt day iMf lay to kave yalifal founds sWlMi Itsi jsjiooute fbefc keeper 1gtdiger js e tUceteer k k1MItMgCe il j tl fafTibkt tht kTLiltetNoaBI 4Issf SI Ia Tnr e Lk at tlrtt peer blisd fee Wt I jlrt8L IEsisII54saMe2 4t ta w t itu5am 1 Ua UIH t MIt 111w j4st lie1 I hay to iifetoa to lii W kiiiIW rMl r Ih Satld- aMw 7 ew s i1LUitiMibu XbC pI4ate4 te 1 twean1ai t IS1ItJ U Ia = tJMtIit running brooR iIi t dJBlodicll that flows tiirotlgli t1ie iqs has to come frbitt Ol i odaretotb les taUedthe marrow and tome r siy redblood also comes firpm t1tpJen Healthy borie ldhea1thyspleenMIuWofat Scotff Emulsion makes new goodfeeding the Done jsiaiTp w and the spleen with a j J t of alll fats the pure SIL4rI T BT5 chool girls arid NtyuiSkand for allllwhose ilt aKI pa1eScott s richWb lsut =tft1oiol JtJ i = a TOWN u r iN Mii HHiaiii 1 tiThe1 I 4MaiwN tr FriwnU 1IIAIIiiR1taIIcIMIt iftiindgof seed potatolw at OJ W Bajans r Bulk and package garden seed at Jjip CjJShaders fir wantargo6d oil stove McElroy Sbnltz have thrn The latest style hats fprybung en just arrived at Robertsbn B croaCall and get iriy prices before jou buy your sed potatoes 0 W Hagan IOn98econd hand sUtheasine oil kfors b 13haderj Special low pricesi on ladies ready made dreSS skirts at Rob ertson Bros BujthbsbtinIiiid enamel WanWergurznteejitMcEI ro1 11tZ fi I Robertson Bros want to buy y fiource Scksfree 1 I1 ur55 Dont fail to attend Col pEWhanyosstreetsale at Mack le April 18th Another carload of iieCupto date buggies just received by Petersen Moss Luther Burns Springfield is agent for the Page Fence See him for prices etc Dont forget that I carry a rge stock of grocerIes prices ways right C W Hagan Ifyou have encijigto do thii spring use Page Woven Wire Fance Luther A Burns agent Country produce htandI sold highest market price paid cashjf preferred 0 W Hogan Remember OW Hagans is the place to go for your garden seeds his stocK is complete and- nicesr3ght Use Pearl in Amonia Washing luid for house cleaning purposes washing clothes etc Ask for it at the stores FOR SLAt bargain a de Forfurther SheRemember Thompson Green rethe only dealers in Spring tl 3eldOliver Chillei plow repairs Remember Peterson Moss in5pggiian meet anybodys pricesp The NEWSLEADER job de partment is well equipped to j ririt horse and jack bills in the tstyleand at reasonable Jriices I Keep coolI Keep cool If you artkt seep cool go to McElroy Snnltz a get a Refrigerator Water mlerahdi Ice Cream Freeze WeTaave the bests NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS The axes due the town of Spring SeTd for tHe year 1903 are now lue and 1 will begin collecting tJiiatiy CliPRICE Collector Afc a meeting of the Washing c ou Couqty Pair Co held las ti veek some new officers were l ctd The following gen nen are 3in the company now 31 Lv Litseyj President Vicer presidents John Kelly L fl iHurflian G D Duncan T S Maj s and A B Hundley Di jrectors Ben P Simms U F BTbsley DrJ B RoBards Ben Haydon JrtrJR A Noe W S Gibb F M Campbell E tQ Walkei and B B Leachman Secretary 4nd Treasurer A C Kimimlfc j r 2Sst1 LtUrdayyjjrhen Cap edncspokekie he sent a teif rraiito jSey Beckham at Franlcfbrt alSfSg for a divisioni of trae wifejhTHij at Owehsbor q on Md Tayrf Sunday pj ers coataiiia ttt mint from Gbr Reekbmth thtei e gram ittifa rcdeiyedl was ad dreedtoGov JkC W BifcKham Frankfort Ky BJsIqh wordubossws not ia tha original as isent from here nor was itin the message when it rela5yed at ilsilleGo v Hickkam did not answer the iBMMge An investigation is being madcj by the telegraph 7 it gootJn TO12SJ M Fiddlers ContistoThe Old Fiddlers Contest cOn ducted byWAFcett at the Opera HonselTuesday night was quite a success and a good sized crowd attended The program was an attractive one and the audience appeared to heartily enjoy the efforts of the yarlous Thejfbllowing is a list of those who entered the contest James Janes N W Janes John Waters Henry Law rence Eobt Minor Gwiii Marks William Belk J5W Minor D R Worthington Walter Einman J Mattingly Leonard Matting ly John Mattingly John Grigs by The singing ot little Miss Fannie Fawcett was a pleasing feature of the program and the work of the AngeluSj the inanimate piano player was a novel attraction Tho prize winners were taIWilLiam Belk Jorthe friskiest playing the friskiest piece 3 in gold saJIng best Leather Breeches dai3ugarCoon Dog etc 2 in goldshLeonard Mattinglv CoLtf en4icky championship Silver medal valued at 5 j John Grigsby for the saddest playing fiddler using the squeak ii6st fiddle Jug of buttermilk Walter Kinman fcr the best waltz player VioJin outfit value 3 Henry Lawrence and Gwinn Marks for the best two men team Box of cigarsyuBob Mioor for plating best dance set falling etc Fine ac c coordionGwinn Marks for the most popular fiddler Violin ou fit value fa Medical Association The Phvsiciansof Washington county held a meeting April the 8th for Jbhe purpose 6f organizing a county Medical Association I which they did by electing Dr D 0 Polin PresidentDr J B RoBards Vice President Dr J H Laropton Secretary Dr G M Shaunty Delegate and DrsII J Smock J C Mudd and M W Hyatt censors JThe President appointed Drs y7 W Hyatt S J Smock and C Mudd committee on public health and legislation Drs J B RoBards and M W Hyatt tow read pipers at the next meeting Drs G M Shaunty S J S nckand W W Hyatt to re ort cases at next nleetinghThe members entering into the organization as Charter Members and present as follows Drs D O Polin M W Hyat IJ C Mudd G M Slaunty JI II IJ Shaunty S J Smock J eIBards and J5H Lampton The regular meetings will be held in Springfield the 1st Satu day in each munthat 2 pm Being a member of the County Association makes each one a member of th Kentuck State Association The Secretary basI already received charter from the State Association Each and eyery Physician in the county i ii gearuestlyus and become a member at tbe next meeting the in lay at 2 pm BD POLl firstSaturdayI J B LXMPTON A Beautiful SeeyI The Easter Canat rendered at Johnsons hapel Easter Sunday afterno n was the best evercglven in this church An geliiie Jlichols played thacbarac ter of the Pilgrim well and S E Davison C H Platte represon ted tie teacher and the tempter respectively There were six lmmed ate messengers whose partswere well delivered The marching song aWo press our way to the Beautiful City was sung by the whole school with pathos and sentiment that made the very walls echo There were three divisions the recitations the clinging to the cross and the cantata The way in which the severall parts were carried oit showed much training There were more people in attendance nppn these exercises tlian at t breopenng f the clinrcliiri N yeb1sV The colored people came from all parts of the county and from P opmfield and Lebanon as well iThe church was filled to oyej flowing it was the best and ea W ttime ihexcolgrpd people 1111 H 1101- WDENTITOPICtIttlAT BOr Hflrraaaentiy located SPRINGFIELD KY- everhad or witnessed in Spring field bn Easter The decorations f the churchi wis the bestTo its h istoryhootingAf S Chaplin A shooting affray occurred at Chaplin Saturday nighti in which Dr Wood was seriously wounded Dr Wood and Mr Ed Pulliam were returning from church when they heard loud talking off to one side ofthe road Dr Wood proposed that Ihe and Pulliam go over and in vestigate but Pulliam declined tto go Wood asking him to wait went over by himself leay iing Pulliam in the road In a few moments Mr Pulliam heard toe report of a revolver and rushing over to the place found Dr Wood lying on the ground with a bullethole in his head Jjust behind the ear Noone else was to be seen those who had done the loud talking having run j fby Ihimselfbe was seriously but not neces rily fatally wounded He was taken to Louisville the following t y to have the ball extracted f was discovered later that the t ot was fired by Theodore Halli with whom Dr Wood had pra viously had a difficulty The facts of the affair are very hard to ascertain No arrests have been made Reco- rdFEPCNAL Mr Rubert Claybrooke has gone on his regular trip East Mrs John W Lewis returned Tuesday from a vii it to Louis le Mr E B Leachman of Green unty war here the first of the week Miss ijidia Duncan has return ed from a visit ib friends in Gin cinnuti Mis Annie D Gruady left this morning for a yisit to relativesc in Louisville T H Wright and mother of Danville were visiting relatives here this week The Misses Hardin two charm tu figf w 1erelast week Messrs W D and H H Clay brooke and J V Spalding spent Sunday with friends at KeeneJ K y Misses Grace Smithers and Jennie Gokendolpher of Chaplin ere guests at the home ef WtF Grigsby last week i Mr C W Hagan and Miss Lizzie Leachman attended the j tLebanonl t l Mr George Medley Will F Simms and Miss Hettie Spalding attended the funeral of Mr Cbapeze Wathen last week at Mt Merena Bteckinridge- Y coun Mrs Flagette Waihen andll Mrs Sarah Simms and Mist Ellen Wathen of this place were with him at the time of his death- sThatjcouRh you have may get wellt without treatment and it may not Can you afford to take the chances when you know Ml serious lung trouble start from neglected coughs Better et a bottle of DR CLASSES COUGH and be outhe safe side Sold by Wood 4 Campbell 1iI 5rr J 4 Dainty Busotilts and Wafers t 1SEALEDPACKAGESiso 1 than one could obtain a few years ago wheu we bought Biscuits in barrels wehave everybodyiiJust a Snggestionuf iSpreadrecePtit Flakes with Heinz Apple Better place to ti2 in sandwiches and with SWeet Midgets 11gether 1jj jI headquartersforhigh E s M brES JR TelepfcMe You Orders fREEDaiVERY Town Ordinance The Board of Trustees of the Springfield Kydo ordain as follows That a tax of 25 per annum shall be paid by peoplq who issue cr sell what is knjowri as Rebate Stamps and any per son who shall fail or refuse to take out said license shall be tinednot less than 5 nor more than 100 for each day business is conducted This ordinances shall take effect immediateJli alter passage and This April 3 1903 W L McCLELLAN Chm j G C WgARtON Clk Brrf Nasal 3ATARRHInal1ititagithsOs1t0 thootd btf clMulintzs Elys Cream Balm- 1W1KaooleaandhWt 4c3 bed mrabnos curecstarrhsnddiycsit tW way a sold It tbs htad 1i1 1 Cream Bmlm pUec4 Into Oa aodriU cprMd rill tbo aemVene and iII abiorbed Eelltf Im aedbtesadaeuraToUom It U sot d7tsg4oc1- ot ridnce meedD Wge Size oate it Drug d ti or by man f Trial cents by tatlt MOTXXK1 M Warrea Street Xtw Tori Notice to Creditors By order pf Washington Circuit Court all persons having claims against the assigned estate of L H Seay are hereby notified to present said claims properly proven before me jit myflfflce in the town of Spring eld Ky on or before May 2511 903 THOS A MEDLEYV M 0 W C4f Commissioners Sale ohn M RoBsell c Plffa dHvMallory orofPit r trphereofI hall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield ON MONPAY APRIL 27 1903 at 2 ocloCkjm or thereabout t6fe ing county court day to the highest bidder at Public Auction updri a foltdwIngA tract of land situated In Wash ington county Ky and is described and bounded as follows towit pn tbeleanbyon the north by the lands of J I Russell on the west by tbe land of tbelaDdsto contain one hundred and fortytwo 1eIsrpmlameo fence said graveyard- H ppcbaaer tebondof sale until paid and having tbe forjbe and effflctof A Judgment Biddjirs will be required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A M DLSY M C W Pile wwwww www w w ww wwE I ITS i1 PLAIN PROPOSITION La That the tf2 FurnishIngs of any house outside the larger cities you can get the Correct Articles here at Prices to please SOUR SPRING STYLES IIn Shirts are the choicest things to be had at 5100 and 150 in both fancy and plain whitef See Our Line of 50c FINE SHIRTS The sbeheldis one of the 1 MANY STYLES IAT SOc I I VVcT would be pleased 110 f fROI aJ m i SUCCESSFUL SMUGGLER TJ e Sekemes He Worked to Deeetre tile Customs OSIetala There is money in smuggling said the retired dealer In precious stones as he leaned back but It Is dangerous to carry on the business as possible sus pects are carefully watched and if necessary traced till they are finally caught However I knew one man who pursued thelrade of diamond smuggling for flfteenl years and was able to retire to respectability He was buyer for one of th large business houses in New York and his business sent him to Europe two three and sometimes four times a year Every time he returned he had with him from 10000 to 20000 worth of gems which be did not declare His trick was perfect simplicity combined with ingenious boldness His hair was scanty and at the top ofhls head he had a most delightful little bald spot Customs officers as they camo and went all knew him and as they knew him he had a most pronounced wen where his other acquaint ances saw a bald spot That wen was a work of art made of waiand gum and It contained two or three tig stones that would have been a find for the men on the pier The good cigar that he badJust lit and allowed to go out held a few more and sewed in the handle of the grip that he carelessly turned over to the inspection of the officers were the rest of them Ho never varied the trick and be never lost Each trip was worth a couple of hundred dollars to him and a great many hundred more to those who employed hint Now that man considered himself strictly honest He would not steal a cent from an Individual yet be schemed and plotted to rob the government New York Press Digging Fbr ICamrl Gum The ordinary method of searching for knurl gum in New Zealand is by first feeling for it a little below the surface with a steel POInted piece of iron called a gum spear and then dig ging It out with a spade A skillful and Industrious digger can caru as much as 3 to 4 per week at the work and even children can earn a few shillings a day but as the gumfields offer a ref uge for all sorts and conditions of men many who are old and infirm resort to them and so the average earnings are reduced to 1 15s or 2 a week The gum is used principally in the manu facture of varnish but it is also found useful for many other purposes such as dressing glazed calicoest etcLon don Times The Saliarbfta dUEL They were suburbanites and they sat at breakfast when a letter was hand ed to the mother which she read with rapidly Increasing consternation How unspeakably dreadful r she exclaimed Cecilia Rodneys entire family has been practically wiped out Her moth er has died and her father her brother and her cousin all in the same monthSEthel four years old who in her brief career hds experienced all the joys and woes of the suburbs Did thci cook die too mamma Harpers Mal azlne A Coareaieat CoMicleace I dont believe he has any con science at all Oh yes be hue Not much of a one No not much atnone of course In tact its of such trifling importance that when he beats some one out of 1000 ho can square things with it by contributing 150 to charity Still its a conscience Chicago Post ratal Ties lat ot Wife Husband Dont you think that you are rather unreasonable to expect me to take you to a ball stay awake until 4 oclock and then get up at 8 to go to may be a little unreasonable but Its perfectly brutal of you to men tion ILNew York Weekly Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How TorlnO Out fill a bottle or common glass with your vuterand let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set thug indicates an unhealthy ondl tlot of the Jcid nays if It stains Syour linen it Is evidence ol kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pinio the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der arc out of order What to Do There is comfortr In the knowledge so SwattpRoot thebackof the urinary pusagc It corrects inability passingit lwin or beer and overcomes that unpleasant goofteaduringtitaNdaring soontwonderful thebeetsiuYouwonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It bthenta- bsolutely free by mail address Dr Khmer k 1hiip15vtPsiS1 wrttIngrneU95 r e 8 vIsIT J ff I JII= I great disp1ail of lJ V Tc rc Embroideries J7 Lacesw Lace Tit I 47Lace Coors i tn Au unsurpassed variety 61 j ffTAMioM11n SIlk GlIgba s ireer 4 0 ized Ginghams Meicerized 4J Waistings Iinicli ibo Ke 1Sf voiles e- WHItEGOODS f J Liu Mercerized Madras ifords Plquesl 1 J C2RPES 0 Just Reeeived thEe largest stoCk Carpets in TapestryBrussells gt lr J- I JapaneMattingsl I that we have ever shown r L7 ECURT INSt 4r 4 The most effective desins in Lace i Curtains ranging JP pri e from 4Oc flto 600 a Pair tSrWALLP ER t11 We are showing ai most complete sto k gfe I S of Wall Paper in beautifuL contblnaNii tions of French Patterns Crown f tfflr g Florals Tapestries Ingrains and Tife Jwould certainly interest you io rtjl tit this department gyj We offr special jnducerneris0to cash buyers in pric s and the cin3e Rebate Stamps Call fryour blafnp outs Vert Respectfully 7 JGUDmnghaiIJ S Duttean cl i J I ZJIft llfl t = anlnspectMti IIl- nln E Of our new Quarters und com IfI r I Jet Spring Stock or Uoods f i r Our store having beien remodeled and KD enlarged now offersqn opportunity H for the display ofoul immense stock W- VmmwmKiwhich is being aded toeveryday J the arrivalofnew goods lor the ring f and Summer seasonitv tnHi IgH r Wehave recentLy added a department tjarryirig a CARPITS MATTINGS LiQtift1s OIL fCLOTtrs s ANDW ALL PAPER t tThese goods are the be st J nd iateiC r styles We have loneMsnttrr roomiwhoM wails art lined with SHOES Mainy tyles acI varieties Call to see us wea e7Clbthjrfrwii Head toFMt t GRUNDY CLAYBiOOKE MNTL it a = = t The surestand safest remedy for kidney and bladdordtseses isFoIeys Kidney Ouae Stfld by Wood Camp bell tWANTED Everybody to knotf that they cangetEfqhi grinain5 done any day bt tcxne touim- Uj atWilUsburgi WewUI ajfQ aycash for corn and wheat BtfRNS MClLYOY 111 N N tf LJkYAM mC1t hNUn IVlln htrrr t c For 3sIt MylioueaadiotouBarskwj 1Jr road thr4qtartens or iiiiiA from Conrtiloiee Hoes h- afsr roont Lot etais two acres ground with frit I iotbsr imploveseents +J t WX 7S2ii rcrta fiiAelgistasris sa ersey boa of a1- MLUtiY BromoQi iiios- etnqd thstuns a f1eN La ie a Prr 7FLWashington Letter c ft K is M wtaiCtha Prea dent aIi th postaMr General en ted ite iinvMigatioitOt the t Pwitoflk Mftwtos are deter tsd shelll IM Accomplished is iii fttari wte exclusion from the i lthegret number cf IrMHlWfirt aVertiers whoso M U bwn xM s Is procuring onl framfcleafc tepretentatipns the ri sred fla Of the 1esjn tgUiftnt readers of ngwspapera 5theH institutions have Isrbed In infinite variety is Htneiatat that they have ilrawa thousands of dollars from ipeiptetrbo could ill afford to fJoa ii also known Just where 1iM efectiiL the Postoffice Deji rfc ent which has permitted tiMM frauds t continue is not jet kiaown to a ctsinty but ttwt Jtwitlb discovered and remedied w asserted witbthelitJ Jioffc con Mon e by Assistaa- tPottoaster General Wynne and oikcrlilgiii officials one step already accomplished is the resigi nationof Mr James N Tyner AnUtant Attorney General for thfPot4oftc p partmect Judge TjMr suffered from a stroke or paralysis some time ago since r which bLehe has been pbysi r ealljr incapacitated tor the per formance of th important duties devoUiig upon his division 1UtIl hw resignation wasre eeivftd however it was not ve sired to appoint his successor as fee wu held in high respect by tfce official of the Department and the result has been that im duties bavo fallen to the care of subuKiimttesi whose con doct isi mow the subject of iloves 1itioIas it has been the occa iOOof severe criticism The oficials are confident thafwith o 2 jeipableaBd honorable man in iclgt Tyners plajcemany abusas of the mails will be avoided j That the recent coal strike is likely to prove of material b ne fit to the fuel consumers of this ceiintry is demorislrated by are porte jut rIved from UsjConsul General Frank H Jason at Barlin Mr Mason advises the State Department that two American experts are in Germany investigating the briquette indus r trj one coming from New York Theypsamples of lignite of which the Germans manufacture their briquettes one sample taken from the lignite ields of North Dakota the other from similar fields in Alabama Both hive undergone the necessary isatsand have proven of the ut most value as briquette material 1 Mr Mason says such lignite can bi pressed into briquettes which J will exceed the bet soft coal in- tuel val e willlje dustless and fcs cleanly as polished marble r will yield a minimum of ashes and smoke and should be spscepr tibleof manufacture at a costof approximately 2 per tonG n er llasonbeievesthat asa result Of the recent coal famine American capitalists have become genuinely interested in the tap enterprise7 and that the Ie altwill be a material increase in tb fuel supply lthe Tlnited- Sjtate at a comparatively early 4ateSI Secretary ROOt endorsing the diibMsal of Cadet Gibson T Blrrf from West Point for false jjtateraeats made in connection with ibis detection iittthe possess iMLOf cigarettes has written a lirief hpnailj whishothers besides West Point Cadets could take to wrt with advantage The fffvTh Dinner Pail01 the JHriCan workisg man is ren dYwell filled In some uses itis j f manyiiMf the wrOBJkind hard to digest and sitlnig1ittIe nutri tiev Asa conse iiMwe naay a work MgM develops some Itrf stomach bIe wWth leter JB M aNd JiHaWlthr tiiiOC= otter cfdi indl of the 9tom sck and iu5ai1dorganiof aoji and u tr the use of 4i DrK f8GoldeH H aical D4coveryI1U alaMMe invi Mjprbdtice a per itct aM peraaa skSof ICiIIIIIHM 0 JIec Leg wiSe 1 ISwIk severe UIs 1s aM- s4asrs tItIAtt I had all the corn Mss M the eldwUredtlwwone1 1 1IIHJI6II yssss =edJ had becoajc ia I iasM tt1ieh YtM d rtraol be caced Teig sat iakbors MId Take a advice sad S5eIW PereaOu ias4cal t Discovery sad Merr54 klMd Sakes jM batUes Iii E wsit IEIiJ MBt pr Pissei Ccitams iMwr MlAderiiaaead t receipt rof 2roseoest It ps expense mailingl only =R V Pierce BuEaTorN Yr yersMalnriaand Ague Cure Tjie oldest safest strongest Malaria medicine Not unpleasant to take A splendid tonic for alt living in malarial districts itWc Secretary says The defendant in this case attempted a fraudu lent evasion of the jtriith and succeeded in telling only a plaini and stupid lie If lIe had sue eteded he would have been equally guility for the truth iis a matterbtsubstance and iTbof orinThe truth or falsity of a statement tol e measured by the meaning which the speaker knows the hearer ascribes to the words The Quibbling and at tempts at disingenuous subtelty lby which the young men of whom this defendant was one sought to conceal their practice of cigarette smoking would seem bbe more natural to a police ourt than to a company of officers and gentlemen Tae Secretary of Agricultural has securel in the grounds of the Saint Louis Exposition a plat of ground ten acres in ex tent on which it is proposed to layoff a minature reproduction of the United States The boun daries aud physical characteris tics of each state wilt be plainly shown and in each state will be grown the crops native to the section For this purpose the more tropical plants will be grown jn hot houses and set out as occasion demands At a single glance the wheat fields of the Northwest the cotton and tobacco fields of the South the peactuorchards of Delaware and the orango groves of California can be viewed Eyeothe pine apple groves of Florida will be reproduce J ATbonhtfn lan M M Auston of Winchester Indj knew what to doin the bour of neetf Hiswife had such an unusualCase of stomachand and liver trouble physicians couldnot help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at Hay dons Drug Store eadml Altac of WhoDDing ngb Mrs Ellen Harlison of 300 Park ave Kansas City JifWJwrrites as follows Our two childreu had a sevare attack of whooping cough one of them in the paroxjsm woulgioftcn Iaiut and bleed at the nseWer tried everything we heardpt withjxit getting relief JVe then called in oar family doctor who precribed Foleya Honer and Tar With the very first dose they began to imdrpvc and we feel that It has saved their lives Refuse subetitutes Sold ty Wood Campbell Coming Mr lIen Johnson of this city is in receiptofa letter from the President of the Aut mohilc Club of Chicago in which he says that judging from letters corning in the great automobile run which was mentioned in the Eo cord a weel s ago and which will pass through Bardstown both going and coming will be the greatest ever made The president of the club states that in all probability there will be 75 automobiles in line by the tiThe this city is reached The value of these machines taken altogether will be at a low estimate 125000 and the wealth repre seated by the entire party will go well into the millions Altogether it will be a notable eyent Record Bne Robe is Semi Due notice ia hereby served on the publifc generally that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only salvo on the market that ia made from the pure and unadulterated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thous ands of cases of piles that would not yieid to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits Those persons who get the1 genuine DeWitts Witch Haze Salve are never dissappointed because it cures Heydon Remarkable Man I The editor of the Standard is the recipient of a handsome like ness of Rev J5w Cunningham of St Louis Mo ior which he Cunnlngham interesting stories of the civil larin Nelson county for the Standard and they have elicited much 1 tyorablo comment atteitchfieldand has been a Methodist preach BishopAndrew dare adherence Jtbithe Methodist wpophurl p South which j l MetbociKyH1wsagaininjliathurch wasJiriorityof adherence th oldest So thorn Methodist in the world Mr Cunningham was stationed atBldomGeld dtiribg the years 18612 and he is well and kindly remembered by many of the l older citizens of that section of the county He is a splendid writer and the Standard feels highly honored by bis contributions to its columns In the neqr future we hope to publish a halftone cut of Mrx Cunningham in this p per4We are sure it will be appreciated by his many old friends in Nelson county Standard Stiff peck paius in the shoulders or Jimbs is a disagreeable trouble auy one IS table to have thcsc ailments which are often produced from cold or cxposure The use of Dr Classed German Penetrating Liniment will give speedy relitf Sold by Wood Campbell FAIR APPROPRIATIONS Made by Different StatesNearly Four Millions ELABORATE DISPLAYS TO BE MADE Real Value of All Will Be Over 10 000000 Legislature Fatted to Add Kentucky Hut She Will Be More Adequately Represented Than lilt Hud Appropriations for state buildlngn and erhlblte at the Worlds Fair St Louis In 1904 at the present date amount to 3935500 Tq this sum may bo added 1754500 in hand or being raised from other sources Bills are pending In the legislatures of sixteen states aggregating 1427000 Of these blljs all are reasonably sure of p ing making a grand total of 7167000 to be expended in showing to the world the industries and resources of the different sections of this country The legislatures of twelve other states will convene In time to supplement this total and increase it many thou sands of dollars Many states have exhibits already collected worth thou sands of dollars which have been used at former expositions and others that belong to individuals These are not Included in tne total The real valuo of state exhibits at a very conservative estimate will be over 10000000 The total amount expended for state exhib its at the Worlds Columbian Exposi lion at Chicago in 1893 was 5250000 Many states are showing great actIv- ity in the collecting of their exhibits among tho foremost of which is Ken tucky Kentuckys legislature failed to make an appropriation but she will have a representation at the exposition that will surpass the states with ap cproprlations it her citizens subscribe as they should to the Kentucky Exhibit association fund SPENDING THE FUND Every Cent Goes Into Kentucky Bull- Ing and Exhibits at Fair One of the latest folders issued by the Kentucky Exhibit association out lines In brief paragraphs what the funds of the association are to bo spent for These are enumerated as follows A State building mlnercl hibit occupying 6000 square feet of space agricultural exhibit occupying 5000 square feet of space horticul tural exhibit occupying 3000 square feet of space tobacco exhibit occupy ing 5000 square feet of space out of a total of 10000 to be given to all bacco forestry exhibit occupying 3000 square feet of space educational exhibit occupying 2500 square feet of space In addition to this the association Is to encqurage and stimulate exhibits in live stock manufactures whisky fine arts liberaiartsand all other de partments of the exposition The space for these exhibits is many times as much as Kentucky had at the Chicago Worlds Fair and they ore to be on n more thorough and extensive stale than was ever attempted before Mrs Fred Unrath President Country Clnb Denton Harbor Midi After my first baby wz born did not seem to regale my strength although the doctor gave mea tonic which he coriSl- ducd Vcy zuor but Utr cii getting better grew weaker every dAy My bus band insisted that I take Wine of Cardul for a week and ssswhat It would do for Ii YtYIiof bed and In a month Iwas able to take up nivr tuuat duties am very enthusl aitliii Its praise orgnnsofnanny andchildbirth ltprcvenbfmisf carriage No woman who takes Wino of CoLnccdfeiUthe coming of her chil4 If Mrs Lrnrath bad taken Wine of Cardnt before her baby came she would not have beecL weakened as she wasv Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every expectant mother Wine of Card 01 regulates the menstrual fl- owiNR NEW KENTUCKY HflHE State i faitVllt i PEN SKGTCH OF THE STRUCTURE t1 Jt 4 is 1 To Bo Erected Out of Popular Subs jrlptloniMaq to Jend 120 tbp ulur cboolTeachertothe Kx pO UIpn lli Alt ofjTfielr Expenses fiald ti4k i At no time in her history has Kentucky thought of a building rof such beauty architecturally or of such im portance In a commercial and indus trial way as the structure which will represent thestate at the Worlds Fair in St Losis czt 7 ir It niay be Bald without any fear of contradiction that the Kentucky building will be as handsome as any building In the group of states at the exposition If In deed It is not handsomer The Build ing committee of the Kentucky Ex hibit association spent two months In securing from the architects of the state drawings and another fortnight in arriving at tho most satisfactory design It Is not possible to give to the building its real beauty in a news paper cut but the one shown here with Is as close a counterfeit as can oceuplesoneI fair and will stand in a group consist ing of California Minnesota Iowa antI New Mexico It is to cover an area of 158 feet by 108 feet This includes both porches and verandas Thlcu run en tirely around the building It is of a classic style of architecture the terior being symmetrical and wellbal anced and richly decorated There are entrances on all four sides with mas give porches at the front aad rear flanked with sculpture gtbups symbol ical of mines forestry Manufactures and agriculture and horticulture Once on tho Inside of the building tho via orj pleasures Increased by the view TEeflrst floor is devoted almost exclu sively to the large reception hall with a hard wood floor In the center of this floor will be a map of Kentucky in marble mosaics showing every county If JtentucKy Buildin 11 19 uJOo end typlfylngln a way the chief pro ducts and resources of that county Along the walls of this haIl will bo placed exhibits The second floor will be similar totaq first and will be for tho use chle y of ladies There is a lightwell in the center of the second floor immediately over the relief map of the state There will also be a third floor opening out upon the roofs of the verandas jnd porches This space as well as the roof proper of the building will be used as a root gar den and from it the best view possible of the entire grounas may be obtained It will be a delightful spot fronr which to watctf the reworks at night The JJxhiblt association hopes to erect the Kentucky building out of popular subscriptions one of the plans to raise which is set forth in detail In BrieflyIzcrol teachers In Kentucky a tree trip to the Worlds Fair next year Every electIthe county outside of Jefferson casting the largest number of votes In the contest will bs given the distinction of sending not only its mcgt popular but its second most popular teacher to the exposition at the expense of the association Tho selection of the most popular teacher will be made 01 course by yoUng and every school child In the state It Is hoped will be Interested enough to cast at least one vote Hundreds will doubtless chat scores of them The public generally is also asked to vote in this contest The association is to receive votes in Clocks of tep when Accompanied by one dollarthat is a ballot cunatltutea ten Yfltea Bntl school children may form clubs of ten and cast ballots for their favorite teacher Anyone however may cast ten votes In one name The contest has received tho hearty endorsement of Profesor H V McChesney the state superintendent of public instruction andjn turn a majority of the county and city superintendents of the Stata have expressed their approval pro fessor McChesney has suggested tonll the public school teachers of the state that they teed the plan In full to their schools Of course a large number of the public schools will not be In sea ion fnt In July or August hut hjg tyfir not prevent uuhoql hllcjrtiin tP pn a vacation period from voting for their favorite tcacncrs Every educator in the state is eligi ble In this contest with the exception of the twentyone memberaof the ed ucational committee of the assocla iqn Tpaehur Jn public QK 8n4 private cphools In apadenjleg poljegea and universities In medical dental and theological Institutes may bo voted for All Catholic ami other de nominational schools pre invited also jb prtlcipateV i ihp dpppet lqrp4 l poecl tg resUlt trout jthla annquncemenf Thq association flrmly believes that hun reds of thousands of votes wlll bo cast In the opntest It proposes todc vote ev ry cent received over and above the expenses of the teachers to Qawofdg fair tQ the erection of tho t be bown l sbtil4hiWith pqly- wfentyjiupHp may receive moro vote Jhaq the ten jhef with five or six tlmef ns many enrplled in his or her sthool because the voting Is not confined to children ai4thapublic will be an tin pbftantiactqjv yots may be cast for any person ho taught ecbool during 1902 or itfdDCJBe ThJa J E 11 Curedt J At 7Q of H ar pis ea3e C9ntia4i- ngCiv11 r6 cH 1ItVeteran Grat6lpir Dr Miles Heart ptirc Effected Cur l i- pleofadru1to ordinary treatment There isfpowever hope for all sufferers in Dr tyup Heart mahundredssufferers will cure where all elseliis failed It is not only dwonderfurcur lot ftak and diseased hearts but it iIs a blood topic a reg ulster of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulat for Im blod4During heart disease and in 1896 while living iUlhe grand old town of Lexington Vaj grewso much worse I left there with my wIfe tvisitmy Roano1teVaI expected to live to return to thdear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should try Dr Kites Heart Cy re I procured a few bottles of it al o the iNenrine and Tonic After using ole ot tWg pottles I ilespairedofsisted on keeping it up which PUdl1mproyement soon began in earnest I in all fifteen or sixteen bottles 1 was re torcd to perfect health and whdL am 70 years old I am comparatively a boy You sir are benefactor and I cbeerfu1lt reCmi ufIennahumanityJ All drughis sell and guarantee dst bottle Dr Miles RemedIes Send for free book DiseasefAddresDrj me teacher of a nve monttisescnool which closed in November orpecem her and will not open again uTtjtll late in this summer the opportun1t llto be voted for during the vacation period as well as when his or hSschool opens again The contest ill not close until every school has ibjad the chance to vote i One matter of especial Interest to 1tte school children Is that thpmfesocla tlon wants the name of every ischool child voting in this contest written plainly on the ballots so UIIsf enroll them in the Kentucky bulldinc at the fair The plan is one wortbH of the study of not only the educatojs of the state and the children that ttiy teach but Gl the public In general V h WorldsfoIdlM 1 NEVER SUCH FIREWORKS Pyrotechnic Program For the Worlds Fair Dedication Ceremonies the Greatest Ever Work was begun on the vat system of frameworks for the great reworks display on the occasion df the worlds fair dedication ceromonlej at St Louis AprIl 30 next Magnificent as have been former displayjof firework at famous Jubilees ari 4 celebra tions in Europe and America theso programs will far surpass all former efforts Some of the set pieces are nearly half a mile long atlqi 100 feet high Manytons of expletives and chemical ingredients for producing the xleoessaryinfeatures The balloons to be used la one feature of the display are so largo as to require three djiys for their inflation Expert aeronauts are in charge of tbip number on the long program IQne cen tral balloon much larger than the rest will discharge the initial volley from apposition 1000 feet from the ground and will be followed by lutes from 14 other balloons ranged on each side over a strctclj jof more than a quarter Qt a mllQ fctyubs rookots wIU ha set off by thousands and tho sky will be brilliant iith now things In fireworks The program provides for two evenings of fireworks a grand stand seajMJng 30000 people now being under construction from which to view the specdacle Acceptances have boeQ received from President Roosevelt former President Cleveland the presidents cabinet the diplomatic represents lives of forfijjn QuntrI gyeuqf4 of states and other diatingujshjed men- The first day April 30 is dedication day May lis dlplflinatlc dBfand May 2 governors day The military parade on April 30 will be composed of 15000 to 20000 troops and the civIc parade on May 2 win be equally large It not larger 4atNOTES ABOUT WORLp FAIR Montana has appropriate 40000 for an exhibit Work on Mexicos pavlljoii at the T1jstructurewill spend haifa million dollars on the national exhibit rItaly has officially acceptejj l the Invl t comingWorlds100000 to defray the expense of exhibit tC anI 750eqtoextensive exhibit for the fair and a like sum will be allowed next year to makingtG0O0L Mors q9TFltP Bmployqr Just file these letters fgf me wJII You ratrick EuployeeOl can trim them 6ff aisles with a pair of scissors spr Kansaa City IudeendentjJ Wllllnsf to Keep It Sealed iILawyerThe jdry has brqPfht IIe pnleU e lctiritoUrcnsB tPrisonersWell tejl the icpurt tht they uccdut ppcult on my icc untIjf Apj7rZ4i atLaxjtivttIU rw A BUTTON OF SEVEN couoRt The Ken tucky kilding- It to beef tet- a tqe St I LoWS TYorldi fair has been shown jln dlt y ersshapesandIllzes iri tin time more buttonasso tilehopeto Its fund for a proper representation of the fthebutdoesjusticemust be seen to be appreciated One and a fourth iInches iIn diameter It has designbuildingIn Blue Grass foliage of green walks In gray lettering In brown and black The buttons have had a splendid sale so far and every Indication points to the entire Issue of 25000 being exhaust EVERYBODY GIVEN A VOTE Many a woman has wanted to exer clue the right of franchise and every youth awaits Impatiently the ending of his minority In the school teachers popularity contest of the Kentucky Exhibit association neither sex nor age cuts a figure In the qualifications of a voter Every woman1n the state every child In the stateboy or girl as well as every man In the state i entitled to vote pot only early butt often In fact the Exhibit association is anxious to have the ballot box stuffed The counting Is to be under the supervision of a committee the honesty of which can not be question assuredILet everybody cast at leastone vote in this contest The Installation of the first exhibit of the Worlds fair was begun recent ly It is the large Duerr boiler sent to St Louis by the DaesseldorfRatln ger Robwnk9ss Fabrlk of Germany This boiler will do service in lighting the Liberal Arts building and the grounds during tho dedication ceremonies A nutonent iniucLittle Willie Say pa whats a war sWpraA warship my son Is a mechan ical device used in manufacturing his tory Chicago News The Wltater of Discontent The tour seasons are seldom on good terms with each other There Is a de cided coolness between autumn and spring Philadelphia Record Horr Savages Walk Savages always walk with their toes turned in for two reasons In the first place the foot naturally falls In that position when it has never been con fined by boots or the ankles distorted by high Uocls In the long stride of the savage the leg swings freely like a pendulum round the center of gravity which is somewhere between It and the other leg In the swing the abductor muscles of the Inside of the thigh bring the sole otl tho foot under the center of gravity and In doing so slightly rotate the foot toward the ner line turning the toe In Conven ience Is also on the side of the natural position of the foot In the case of the savage for he has to do much walking through long grass nUll Undergrowth In forestsA reflection wlll how how very much his progress would be Im peded If be turned his toes out to catch these obstacles instead of brushing them aside and outward as he now does Lazily the savage uses his foot much more as a help to his hands than we do and It hi obvious that in doing this bo must turn his toes In The flight Way to Boll Water To boll water would seem to be very simple thing writes some one In the Boston Cooking School Magazine and yet the late Charles Dolniqnlco used to say that very few peopl know bow to do It The secret Is he said In putting good fresh water Into aket tle already quite warm setting the wa ter to boiling quickly and then taking It right off for use In tea coffee or er drinks before Itis spoiled To letthj steam and simmer and evaporate un the good water is In the atmosphere anti ouly the lime and Iron and dregs left in the kettle is what makes a great ninny people sick apd It Is worse than no water at alt For water boiled like this and flavored with a few drops of lemon juice Mr Dchuoulco used to charge as much as for his best liquors and he often recommended it to his customers and friends who complained of loss of anuetlte It Is worth trvlucr w uwPROF EDWARD XPHK1PS 1LD LLD Greatest of AU PhysiciansP Eminent Discoverer of PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Prof4atdl E Thelpvil n LLD was born in Conneetkut And graduatedat Yale Ills unusual talent soon brought him reputa tion and prominence Tint he was elected to the professorship of anatomy and surgery In the Vermont UnIversity Next he was ape pointed lecturer in Dartmouth Col1ege following year lie was cb0sen tq hp 1111I important professorship in the countiy place that he CUpiedwheit be made hi wojldfamed discovery oft iines CeleryCom pound This Infallible cure for those fearfullIli that result from an Impaired nervous system and impure blood has endeared the great doctor to the D AMONDDYL ANYcCOLOLffeathers stOCkMgS5V5ftM5WWb5 Diamond Dyes makt to look sew We bare a special dptrtIst or sdIes sad wSt answer Ire any qaMioia absal 4ts ee4 simple of gouds when possible DlrteUoa book sad antDIAMOXD DW ZufUata LIAVegelablePreiarationtocAs theFoodandReuIaII thesbgsoncceiMness- endRestCOsta1iisneiilr prpfene norMQT1IAThoTIc tIfpuJrSJNtJElJfiravl Ms ssi IJMlI CoiiMipUonSourStoisachDIachoa Worm3CbnvulsknsFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP S Signature of IJACNEW J YOflK EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER i Ko C mse For Alar Ahv sighed Mr Henpeck Its a pity the way most great mens sbhs turn out Its only In tare cases that they amount to anything i I hope the lady retUrned bat ydq are not worrying ab utour childl In this connectIoh Cbicag6 Record Herald Oat f Place A sentry an Irishman wasCHlpost duty for the first time at night when the officer of the day pproached He called Whocomes there Officer of the day was the reply Then what are yea dolnoutnt night asked the sentryLondon- Fun BOOKS AND READING Reading is to the mind what exercise Is to the body Addlson A home without books ia like a room without windows Beecher To read without reflecting Is Jlke eat IngwIthoutdIgesUngBurke y Books are the best things well used abused among the worstEmersOn Next to acquiring good friends the best acquaintance is that of good boaicLCottQnSome are to be tasted others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested Bacbxu Half the gossip of society would perish If the books that arts truly worth reading wer but read Dawson What Is a great love of books 1If1lsomething like a personal 1Introduction easttimesTohnTho three practical rUIeSI bayerto offer nre1 Never read nay octhat Is not a year old 2 never read any but famed books 3 never rd any but what you like Emerson TVbat Makes Things Grew According to Maurice Springer a French writer on the subject the en prgy of growth Is closely related to electric energy and may be Identical with It At any rate gTwthenCJU1s closely connected with the phenomenon called osmosisthat Is molecular pres sure doe to differences of density Jn adjacent liquid masses Such mo ecu far pressure In the cells of the body be believes to be the phenomcnoq thattn denies the multiplication of theso ell In growth and osJ1osfhasbe shown by experiment to be closely coutiqctqd- with electricity The writer referred tto believes that ve shnlf soon be able to measure growth energy aa we now do beat or lcctrlcity and perhaps control It so as to produce1 tall ojr shorjt families or races at our pfeisore SucccssI Perfeetl Cafe u A tourist In a remote patt fIreUna having stayed the nighttnta wayside Inn not usually frequented by visitors Informed the landlord In the roornlng that his boota Trbioh bad1 een placed fiyWdo bis room doot to be leaned had not been touched Ab sbure said the ndl idttlpid you mdight put your watch abd chain outside your room door in this house and they wouldnt be touehedLoatd- OIRKI Ig q1tUil TA ManttWho Is that old fellow burblmadrl1JkLa Moyue He claims to belong te the upper cnistv Ij Montt Tfie opper crusfeliVliyilU note he nl ways short iuaalwaj dryh puwp i rieatr of Trmtli Perhnpa ventured tbe tul cbiitrijutor you dhint consider my little ode true to Ute 01rn was true euoughw replied the editor I assure you there was wore truth tbnn poetry iliilD- yspepsj Cure Oj ltIbtyoat thedIgestntsfood ItglveslnstantrelletttidMTif 1thet 5ftfreviwta Jamatlon offM okth atMv achrrel vlQf all dliUeM afUc tatJa Dletlagunneceiary Pleasant to take ItMWtlMlp JMIM DsWnrOo1hepbofe p- eaFoleys Kidney Cwe = = oAi1o ForTientsd The kYsi- gnattrc I Be t 4a qjeh r i 1 J t J Im tsa IralI fWp 7 IiIf ThJ1rrtv e 81Hrf CAIJ I 4 J c f I 7iEessiiausJv aswa It d= ft 4 WEEKLY J ti nOtiFieg upt11E- 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