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aCl1Us 1Wasktnz tiJO a r ro s7 si everJLt Miday Springfield Council tfo2 sneetsdn Severy iporth Monday 1 1 XN1CH tIUMAC4 1r ttj- UT first Ve3uedar ineachmtKjiAtt j ti bbtx fiikRUsJi n 1 li i itP ili1l tj JIj j lI rlJ r Jc J 0 Q rHal Qn j iWW H WW WuuWw I H RlffUIND Or TALK I I r v fThel f A paperpoorjy priritedahd behind the tlzstndeedS t WUh pages small ancl parrow and ink inclined to spreild j t And here and there a letter gravely standing on its head Orcapsabit eratlc badly popping ifitovief J i Inxpectdkicest andr knotsing things askew tA raiyfdjfashioned paver frommy 1ltle native town ach week I hail it coming and I never put it down UrIaviievei5 ump illr thr j1localnew3 youTcnowf1 Jtnlvj paintedwhoselfVpok the prize And how Uriah Potts has raised all squasU of wondrous size 1Hj jjXtthisfeel i trifle queer- Reznemberlngwhen in bygone days Wien life seemed made of mirth- 4houghtthis schqolmaanVs mother was the sweetestgirl on earth Antinow the nperchance jjread thatoneLknew ia dead Or find again ome boyhood friend a second time had wed And it goes and none can know hatmiemorles siandweet Gomebacfctobne whenere Ireadthlsj Comely little sheet crLWDld it ever shikeI uyou that although j tieci H consideredi a fairly wide awake and1 enterprising town in WIthY respects that she iallittle stow onpub iic amusements and liice enterprises Tike for in stance the s feet fails or carnt viastIey are called vhich have becpmo so popular with many small towns through ut the stat TheVe is no reason wjiy rsuph an terprise could not 6e Bulled off at this place wi h as mucn success as in neighboring towns such as Harrodsburg or Lebanon The former town bad big street fair lasi summer and is maktpg ready for auo h r this yearandeven sleepy old Bards uiwri announces the comig andlcarnivalP s h d I twoi cir uses already iijirsei Son audv pulls off some iana a show at itst opera house alm St every week and yet the Jbest Ibatp Springfied has been able ro record this spring is aj SIrshame J EiNSiBLE We notice that j IT the Marion count Fiscal tiOiirt hasI purchased a reck crusher to bo used in preparing XSSkJferj d QrkIThe ma chine will cost about 700 but thQi1a1 on ccuntyr M8gitra1es t the sensible view Joff the al 4t to k csherW- 3QISOOn ply Jqriselfby the a ving to the county of the dif epittefe between the old method of beating rock and the new Although the Washington county mXgistrates np to the present wetting persist id sticking to old JIethodswe believethat baiore many months the necesities off theisUuatlonrwill make it impera t5vetliat41ie connry adopt some aeEIbieasresi and iinvestsome t byinmdhineryin order to rescue thejroads from destructionc and we believo that the sooner gome steps are taken in that di Te lion the better c pv OLiN The Times last Sat iffi 0 rdavaiebhj aineda Jikeness of Dr P O Polin of thir place togetlier witlta sbort sketch of his life Asstated hi thiJ pap iastweek Dr Polin has been oecitedPreJdentof the Wash iugoniCquttyMedicatAssciatins r l andhi l 1e pFnnylJ Keruuckvhnve eignged inothe practice of medir ine p1oJef uccessfi1Jyor for t Ipngee time He w now sevenfy b eeIY nTs oldtbqt he iisa4- tYeiLnd b mentaJly alert as iff qian twenty years y unger Ht jeceivedhis diploma to practic irorn the St Louis Medical Col- J ge February 29 1851 aria JJS nits been in active praclive ai i brirfgfield fiftytwo yearS He keeps abreast of the tithe and few men are better versed ii the ethics and h arning of life Prof 3 10DtI4 I 1SI o LET NTRAcTTle trustees of the Springfield Grad d School cxpect t let the cbntracs rfpr the building Immediately The plans as submit ed twere sent back to Louisville for i1qbeAboard will take up the matter ofI lettingi the contracts on the build ng Tho work iHbe pushed with all possible spaed anditheeffprt will be nade to have it completed by fall vii rr EHIND Farmers of the tZ3 county are becomingi very much worried over the continu barelthrowutheir preparations for the sea sons crops Very little plotting has been done for corn and only a portion of the acreage intended for oats has been sown On the other hand the raiu1 bav been excellent for the grass and wheat crop tfhe latter never looked better and unless somehing un forseen happens tnere wttl tis a big wheat yield in this county A Great SensaUon There was a big sensation in Leesville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his lif saved bv Dr Kings New Dr co very for Consumption He wsiies I endured insufferable agonies from Asihnia but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and sooa therenfiei eifected a om pJtte cure Sun ilar cases of Uontumdtion Pnec munia Brqnchi is and Urip ate nutteiou tis the peerless remedy fur ail inroat and lung ouble3Pric 50u and l0j Gut ratned b C J Hdon drogtftst Triiv1 oitis frt e A Sweet Breath is a never falling nljn ofa healtliy stomach When the brah is badtiic stomach is out of order This 0lcmedY in the world equal toOlpsia Cure for curing iiidicstion and all stomach di orlvrs Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dvsppi- coryetttiecl all kinds o rcni3cii but continued to grow worse D llio ue of Kocol I began tq improve at once and taLIng a few bottles am ittflj re teria inwei ht licaltltnrd Itnh and can eat whatevv I like Kod- oldis vhat vou ea and makes the stomach sweet H ydon Caught By A Live Wire jBo niiiht Mr J A Hen who resides on the car ner of College and Factory streets beard the cries of some one in distress Uoing out ho found Walter Jockon a ten yearold colored boy held fast by a live electric light wire Mr Hendtrs m was afraid to catc hold of the lad to release him for fear lhat he himself might be caught in the same predicament- but ho hastened to his wood house and secured a hatched arid plank The tboy all tho while kept up his cries and a crowd of about tenty was attracted to the spot but all were afraid to touch him Finally Mr Hender son got a colo ed man to shove a plank under the wire whio he severed it on both sidvS of the boy which released him The wire htd faPen tb the ground- and in passing aloog the sidewalk young Jackson caught hold of it with both lards to rase at so that he could pass under i and thd curre ttwas so strong that be was unable to let ffo His little brother who was with him also kept up a wail of distress until his brother wsreleasedl from his dangerous plight This should be a warning 10 other We are tod that anyone cauhtI iia similar predicament can bei Released by giving their clothing a quick jerk The clothing is a nonconductor unless weUtirodsburg Herald- WTboeWliQHa7ee Tried I suffered from catarrh of the worst dod and never taped for earn bat ilyuUroim Balm seemsto do igtOrcar Ostrorn 45 Warren Ave Chicago ilL suffered from catarrh it gotso aadi could not work r used Elva cream Balm and aLl entrely well CLQIarke 311 Shay at Avc Bps I top Mass Jhe Balm does to Irritate or cauw oeeziptr S llbydngjists atfiOo o in a ledby Ely BropjidWarrenSt tiew YJrk Tobacco Under Ganvaa The Continenta1 Tobacco Com pany has arranged to grow a lot of vhite Burley tobacco under canvas in several countiei iiu Kentucky this sean to lest the question as to the superiority ol such tobacco over that grown in the open air Two acres ofthis- toa co w ill Ue raised on the Hon James E Uahillj farm near Lewis urg The company will llurnisQ all the canvas and other material for covverin tie ground Thecanvas is heavier than the ordinary canvas and wil1lesup ported on a framework of scant Im at a height of nine feet There will be entrances to admit the teams and hLds engagJ in the cultivation of tile crop It said that the covering alon isI cost 160 an acre Mr Cahill isI ic look after the cultivation of the crop and the continental has an option on the output at ten cents a pound RoW the Grate A startling incident is nai rated by John OHiver of Pbtladeiphia as foHowsII was io an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eves sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides co appetite growing weaker day by day Three physic IDS bad biven me up Then I was advUod to use Electric BiLtersitomy great jpy the first bottle undo a decided IDprovemen continued tbe use for three weeks and am now a well man I know irtlev robbed tbe grave of arother victim No one should faul to try them Only 50 cects guaianued at C J HaydonsdrnsoreFor There s nothing better in tipat1 crea nIrhan Little Early Risers the fa pIllsInuns little They always effect a cuic ad save doctor bills Little Early Risers arc dfien iom all oth r pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tifauen by arousing he pecre lioas and rca orinj the lw o tieS fl pe ormancc of its iiincLions tur lly hayden rocvs KiJie i ue rnd lnoys and bludaejr Dir dliy tak ir5 Sod by WooJ Ciiel Wonderful Tobacco Vlcla- arner Bohlvr ells a1 stoi of u tobacco crip he had many yuis ago thut puts all other tIesi of u like naiurc n the sh de He says in purl III J6G irented be latin in biecke ridirecouiiy now OCClil ied b John Ryan The year be ore it wus cleared by IceI Kinx who put alOJ wo of it m tobacco In the spring fl f 02 suckers from iMe old sialUJoff the preceding year came up sol profusion and grew very rapidly I sw that I wvuld have a bigI crop f tobacco but my Leigh bors Idughed at me and called me the sucker farmer Well in July my neiahborp Bob and Taul Newton and Nat Moorman cut my lobacco II knew nothing about tobacco raisins and had to have the work done In August I sold the crop to Mr McAdams tobacco buyer at Hawesyille for H6 a hundred all leaf no lugs no trsh I rc ceived 133 lor the whole crop Mr McAdams said tome You are the cniy farmer whos sold me tobacco ot which tha bulk was beter than the sample- If theres any of the big to baccogrowers of Breckenridte county who car beatth s 1 would like to hear from them Breck enriJpe News Maiesfc Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves you ever heard of Buck lens Arnica S alve is the best It sweeps away and cures Buns Sores Bruiser Cut Boils Ul cers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25 Cand guaranteed to give satisfaction by C J Ray Ion Druggist Unhealthy kidneys produce more suffering than thru post ibly from any other cause To feel well to be heal thythese organs must be active To restore unhealthy kidneys to action there is nohinf that equ1s Gayuba It Is recommended and used only as emedy for di4cased Kidueys Sold by ood5t Camp eH4 Stiff neck paius in the shoulders op limbs itfsi disagreeable trouble anI oiets liable to have these f whichare often produced from codj Theuss of Dr Classe9r exposure German Penetrating Ijinimcnt wil give speedy relitf Sold by Wood Campbell c Nearly TwoMilliolD IIPounds of Tobacco Bought n This County Ift Tilt TOBICCO AtyC RtCORD THE The Continental Tobacco Gm which has lhad a iehaudln j p1qfort Jits second elons business Hh this ci unty and a few gqt kindly famished us by Vanng rj H M Moss gives an insight tnjjo theiLqIington county realy is The Continental Co begin buying the 1902 crop in the ccjii cf j sooz4sthehandled it began to pour injlo the warehouse of the company t at Sp iogfiuld Notwithstanding t e fact that the tobacco was handled quickly by a large fpifcje of trained hands the e were limes during the season wHxfn wagons were compelled to vr it a dny or two for their turns jlo be uLloaded On last Saturday about the last of the seasons purchase was unloaded at tlie ITwarehouse r of pounds of the 1902 cifqp handled to date is 1912225 The average price paid for tlie crop was 622 per hundred pounds and ihe total amount fpt money paid to the farmrr jmy the Continentil Co is ll8J5 6 All but a very small part of ttiis hnnqstWashington f The coatof handling this am Jot of tobacco which represents tbe qiralaehullse the seas ntltl When it is considered ittat 1ertkamountshipped direct to thn LouisvU e rb ceo breaks by tIlt farmers some idea of the size rftle fo h ceo indust y of Vashinpon county can be gained The mount handled last year hy jhe ont nental o was 1092fPO ounds so th s seaso s businps shows a big i crease II sJleai i g ofhe quality tobacco this season MI ss ijdIIIt wis about the tiiotii- fe iur crop of Burlo ver rais d in the c unty take it nil Ground and as a onfpquence wo were Cimpcllled to pay low yrires List year the crop was of a much better grade and the price were correspondingly higher the seasons crop averaging Jbou seven cents The Caue of thd poor quality of tobacco was the very unfavorable gow ing season The summer was one of sudden changes frum diy splls Jto tco much lam and djd not prqpaote uniform and steady growth of the tobacco jj Grewsome Finds Some interesting discover have been made and curious re lies unearthed in Linns Caveon- wlat is knoTrn as the Sam Tay lot lynn tear Cub Run this county says a dispatch from Munforlvillc This is very large cave and has been ex plcred quite a distance recpntli Several persons think ttey have discovered evidences of gold de posits in the cave and Mr C B Hedges claims to have found in it nuggets of pure g01d1Mr Hodges yesterd jy look vyHi hits a patty of three men and went i Poorly I For two years I suffereo ter ribly from dyspepsia with treat depression and was always feeling poorly I then tried Ayers arsa parma and In one week I pas a heW manJohn McDonald PhlladelphU Pa Dont forget that its Ayers Sarsapailla that will make you strong 1and hopeful DontW aste your time and moty by trying some other kind s Use theo tetec1 tif d and true Ayers Sarppa sIIa t1lIIb 9III UAJetilUJ IB FoUew Ide pwewUl be Tu co LOWSI1U i into the cave prospecting for gold They hind with thorn what they termed c Spanish dip neudle Abbutone hundred feet from the mouth of the cave tLe needln dipped and they at once began tigging at the spot where the neodlo pointed They unIIquick succassion another and anther unt they had found iourhonesof two men one woman and one little child They had no means of ascerlain ing how lo g these skeletons had been there but yidehtly for a lung lime Each had been buried buried in a sitting posture with ihp baud clasping tho knees and the bodies surrounded wih mussel shells The skeletons were all perfect not a bone missing The woman seems to have- rllaprl Mr Hodges says her entre form could be Easily distinguish ed the flesh seeming to haoI turned into a grayish sort of which was easily distinguishedI 1 oat the earth which enveloped- it The roof of the nnuth of the skeleton was still intac In addition to tee shells near each body were found a numberI of other articles such as bone needles and particularly a beau t fully and artis ically carved oone knife in a perfect state of preservation and almost as sharp on the 1geas a razor Mr Hodges thinks ttr ere are mauy other bodies buried in this aveI ndhe is preparing to makeS furtlu r rnd more txtonsive vuiots A peculiar f4ct is that tho wrman seems to have been murdered There is a deep cut ill the back off the head evidently inflicted by a blow With a om ahawk which punctured the skull ard penetiated the brain Mr Hodges and his party be came so inteest d in their finJ lhat they momentarily lost tight uf toe god fUr which they were searching but later found evi deuces suSSeieat to jjustify a be lief that there is more or less t f asnlIeposiin this cave More Rols Disturbin es of strikers are nea u asvra e as un hid v u dt orJor of ttne system Over 4urk ss Ot sleep cjervous ten aiion il10e followed tov utter colitpsb uuass a reliable remedy s cuiluied1eres nothing s j vffiuunt 10 cur disorders of Im livoi and kidneys as Elect ic Bitters Its a wonde fa IOQIC iuJ eCfeciive nervine and the gicatest all around medicin0 for rundown systems It dispels nQivousness Rheumatism and expels malaria germs Only 50 pnntsand sJtisfactiuo uaran tEed ac Haydoad drugstore liEWARD 100 The readers of this papei will beI pleased 10 learn that there IsIt least one dreaded dice hat science hae cccn able o cure iu all iU stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Care ii the oily posiive cure now known Li the medical fraternity Catarrh being a coimtitutioual disease requires a constitutional Irsatincnt Hails OataiTh Cure Iskeu internally act ing director upon the blood and mu therebyIdestroying the foundation or the dis ease and iviug lha patient strength bv Julldiug up the constitution and assifiliug Uature in doing its york The proprietors ha ye so much lalth in it curative powers that they Offer sine Hundred Dollars for any cane that i fails to cure Send toe list of testituo ui1s AddrcsisF J Cheney fk Co foedo 0 Sodby druggists 7c llal1 Family Pills arc he bei CArd oJ Thanks We deoird to express to the fri nds in Spriugtleldour hearty and sincere thanks for the many acts of kindn ss and courtesy manifested to the farai y and our ilvjson the occasion oftl1q death of our bctlvr inlaW R C Brad eYeBy the dispensation of aic allvtie Prvidence our pathways nave rosse lahdI the memory of your sympathy and goodness remains with us as illtrli nwr1youryou such friends as fle gave toIi our sister and her son id their recent sad afHiclibn is tiiu wish ofourft1eudSCI J FlDtilitRvAliFD WIPE BAKERE TERHDNB AND WIPE i ta E riy Rise s Tif KnittM ttttl p9Ui Washington letter j Never before in the Eistory of this nation has the rerartmect tleresIpect of the great financial inter ests of the counry1 to the extent that it does today All talk of trust control and the power of the Sherman antitrust las had been receied with ridicule by Wall Street but the Northern Securities decision has reversed opprelciJtcdGeneral has it in his power to precipitate a reyoluti n Inthe methods pursued by the great financial iutereats Atorney Gri gsthe attorney for the Northern Securities Company has been in Washington 03 his jkneostothe Attorney Genera metaphorically speaking beg ging lor leniency iin the enforce tIIwatching ben111 for the next move of the Department of Justice lItis admitted at the Depart Justice that the logical course of that department would be to follow up the victory gain ed by the Northern Securities decision by a prosecution of the combination of the Pennsylva nia the Reading and the Baltimore Ohio railways the New York Central and lake Shore companies the New York New Haven and Hartford and the New England lines and sp on but it is ulo realized that such a course wouid be followed pjli panc of the most serious proportions and v hiia no indication can be secure d as to thef t recourse of the Attorney Genet Ji it is not believed that he will care to assume the responsibility f jr so serious a campaign In tic present condition cdt tte stok market an indication ofthe future policy of the Department of Justice would be worth not thousands bvtonillions of dollars but Mr Knox is as noncommittal as the Sphinx and even the Dst intiuential politicians hove failed to obtain an inkling Of his mIen ions In this connection it iis wonhy of remark that the Shot man urti trust law is not a new utmci ment and that toe recent decision is merely an evidence o the nrst sincere effort to enforce the law The Postmaster Gerierat has returned to Washington and has set at rest all doubt regarding the authority of ue investigation now being conducted in his department Me Payne says that durin January and February he karned of certain facts which in his estimation warranted an iuvstigatipn Those he pre s iited to the President whoan thoiized him to proceed with the inquiry at once Mr4 Payne frlhersJYsI The investiga tion will continue and if any wrongdoing is di closed the par lies guilty of such wrong doing will be summarily dealt with If the system or method of doing bariaess in tho Department is faulty the pro er remedies will he app ied without fear or favor iI inaugurated the investigation with the determination lhat fitI should be exhaustive lam sat isfied with Ihclnranner in which il has been conducted thus Jar aid am satisfied that there lies been no lack of effort or discretion and no excess of xeal Many charges have been filed with the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General thom the Investigation is confided some of them obviously purile others evidently inspired by spite and a number of the grayest character As has been stated Mr Beavers aupei intepdent of the division of saaries and allowances resigned on the day ho learned that was under investigation beI Machen superihtendont of the division of free delivery has thus far refused to resign a dit ingIi ence sav dismissal but it iis generally cott ceded that ibprardless of the t1ndingsf the Jns toCOf1aition of affairs Ilia row lap Which will make his reUeatkiII fesseitial to the fpod of thet ae- ryjrThIs refer chieflto hi jrelattonstoj eraVWynnt Wt M cb M THEOLD v ir riMGPOWDER AbolutIyfPlu 7ffjREIS NOSUKT1TUTE not ben technically susppnced but practically alt of the ryrprlr of hts divisionis bera conducted his subordinates jfmmed1atj Wynne r 1 t = ChrOfl1gBrl4ck1tIzC1rg 4For ten years I had chrl1lcQron chitis so oad tbatat times IronMnot speak abovek whinper write MroJoeph Cpffman of MpntmorenciTncf 1 tried all remedies available but Ijpith uy success Fortanatelr rat em FtlysBoneyniiracnibna and I amnow cured of the disease On my iecosmend tjlon many people liave used Foley VEtVinfy ardTTaraiidalwaTSwUbsatufacUon told b3 W Campbell Cross Country Trip MrJo H N QUyer aiid Tpltaf of Mooresvllle were in tpwd Saturday on their return Jrqna- visit to friends and rell tives Jn Trigg CaldwelVaDil Lyon coun lies Mr Oliver and wife passEd through b ere about four monthf ago en route iloRinaldo iin Lyon j county The trip wasraai5ego injr and leturningj by neans ot a horse and baggy Mh Oliver treporto very enjoyable visit and that the trips were madji without special in iaenHe and lis wife left R ck Caslein Trigg county last Monday They stopped at HPplcinsyiilhA Rockr HiP Pikes Vewupd Balltiwn reachinst thaplareat an cary hour Saturday morning After remaining bre a sbert I ime tfiey resumed ttheir joa ney J homevard arriving at MotfresV vllle Saturday afterripcn Slr Qliyer Is engaged iri blacksmith ingat thsOatter place anriehv joys a prospcroas bosiness JTtflson Standard Marion Fiscal Court At tt e meeting oi the FJscal Court last week Dn J S Bright s of Washington c ttntywnrcttl p vedf 43050 as a fee for attend ing smallpox pitients OVTirT Clayton 30forland for road r Dr Ivb Bicketts claim for 1450 t for attending smallpox piitieEtr in Dec 1902 and Jan 1908 =JS 1j cut down to 125 fro which Dr Bickett has appealed to thvv Marion Cicllit1colirt Sheriff Burton was directed to pjiy Marion National Bask I MOJCO to be credited on note dltthe ban by Marion county tfcyjW IDS the amount shown to betfu ihe county as fer sctUewieZtWith y tlie h6riff at the prsettiriScourt Ccthn1soier COwrick madean ifceaiawd ittII1of the sberiff a accpuiUirijh the county Which was apprjOtyinL irt tile court which genarotsTjr praised the ettiment AM fr- fpriations amoun leg to TCff were made ryorktr ma wiSl on the tutnpik s of theioaciijp Ijol 1 to make appropriation fortitcouit ty roads other then the IUITII pike TLo Court also pmrcfccjwii a rock crusher of tbte Nmtloiyir3 D ill Manufacturing Coof Ohb cage for 745 I u b LtloThe crusher was bought a thu Ruarante that iifc T oald H7b iWhat the coepaay clalm itwilL do The tt wiIiiucl4e fr a period of thIrtyas y Enterprise ii IIi aWki5The pleasant ttotakeaisdkarOr1ni- iteCowgk Cure giirw J Jcl i r relfcf611 all Caes a CishifCfiif M v Lzgppeeeaiaitdesai m2Jiately4aitotkc atoM bt ta el triiatltJtf th tn 4t iIt draws ItatkMI Uw a ootka 4 curs ersasssty wb- iLMg tils lt1Ut COSC1bSW Jlcr1iI an4 listii a te WJiiaIMIMJIa jto r Ii 11 JIII J Tilt NEWS ILillR tC UZLD VY TIWSDAY tFAYAIN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY r fiE DAVISONJr P1 1n1Tuu J11 i S v x catprb tnefa notlccsr 10 cn3 per t jich ubcqUefltIfletL1OU J- t Ctts on candidates and political matter seats per line Jtb ojkItd ant low Tttes btaah uufbeJialdoaalivcryof goodS I Ai rtT8n contracts made on liberal Jrt 3bltuIei oJl s l iU s es ct sonls perjlne t tLmQuxn1U CClal M3 1 tesjh250i untYOft1eetjpl 1 500 r ti THORSDLT APRIL 23 1903 For Circuit Jude WerarerithorJzed tofattnoiince the T 4Vname ot f tr FJ1EY SH101 canidatefo tilo O 1qoi of Circuit udg ftbI3 irtieE1evqntb tJodlcial- Di8trlc Qmd 3l rtb coo3tiesol arioflT410r Gre uafld Washing tonj9tI vofj1nocraliqpartyr we4ro1thoriZedto anndUncetho name of CHARGES PATXESOtf a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this the Eleventh Judicial District composed of tbe counties ol Marion TaylOr Green and Washington subject to the Democratic primary GommonwealthV Attorney We are aathorized to announce s BEN SP + IJDING un candidate fbr the office of Corn p mnwea tbs Attorney for the llth fodlciai district Bobject to the action of the DemQcratiOpartvPrlmary rlectloaJune 6 1933 i We are authorized to announco HENRY SMoELROY as a candidate for the nomination for dommon ealthaAttoiney of tie 4 ud1cI1 district subject to the rcUon hDeOcratJ9 party JV area t1 rlzcd to announce BL DURHAM of Green county 13 candidate for the offlca of Commonwealth Utornoy- ubject to the action ofthoBamo- cratic party in this the JBleyenih Judicial district composed of the cocjitleB of Washington rarion Taylor and Green Primary June I C 1903i J r otClrcnitCTerk f We are authorized to announce tJMR F MCANPBELL as a candidatefortheofflce of Circuit c Court CleVk of Waahlngtoh county i November election ifplected will be assisted n theofBca by Robs Jfoe 4 For State Senator IIVeare nathprlze to announce 7 JOHN li GBUNDY- ofMarion county as a candidate for rbo oftl e of stit Senator from thp I 16th Senatorial District Btibj ct to the action of Democratic pasty Ereclnct conventions May 303903 t We are authorized to ahnonnco f HA ftRY LAKCASTER of Marlon county A8a candidate for the offlcobf State Senator from the i5tb Senatorial district subject to the action of the DemocratIc party Xrecinct conventions May 30 tb 3903 Lp or 4S r1Fb IRepresentative Wareauthorized tonnnoance Mr vJLLlAM DOLAYBROOEE SW a t candidate for thoT dIke bf RefpjejenJative lnJ the llower b9aseofKentaciry tesfslature from Wa8blDEtonTcbnnty 1 The Elktoh Progress puts it T about tight when it says the CotSrierJpurnal ought to be iashamed of the wax it iis IreaHogsJS- SPBFif Gph John K Hgndricks in his canEpaigufon Governor VTe un derstand that paper lias salaried correspondents who follow Gov tttkhaIu to svarlOu appoint fl1C who load up that Journal 4ficacb pl cewith puffs ui1dvhcnan ltm is forced in nbotit Col Hendricksv speak ipg- r jl is condensed until it can scarcelybei found Such parti sanship inq toelropoifcan pipdr 1L1tAand it will roacfe on it- for sure The trial of Jim Howard is piogressirg at Frariatjiet proce di ogs are full of interest on account of the testimony lof i HellryE Youtsry whc AJtI 17ot the grea mprkr ccip acyis full of spsationssthe fAfW Ch afe not altother reasoriable Thecasei vlllpro babIycone to dtl J t t fi weff Fa VF 1Igeml Breckitrz lgthas aJYrithdrttttfriiaQm fheraceforjfchoj iDcinpcrdtic nomination for Gcv ernpr jgiymg the good and Sum The KeystoAt or GstHaltki- s pure ffood Litm CoffeeS Is all coffee no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de Vfects and cheapen its quality Fresh and uniform rich inflavor because always in sealecl pkagesneyer in bulk cent reason that his friends had decided that he had no chance to win The fight is now between Beckbomond Hendrick and its growing warm Inri speech given at a recent banquet Wm J Bryan bitterly denounced Cover Cleveland saying that he had betrayed the Democratic party at a timewben tfiera was a great opportunity for it advancement Frisco Sysfem W1LI HAVE6N SALE AT St TohisMernphisChe and RoundTrip Home Seekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays In Each Month To ARKANSAS MISSOURI KANSAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY and TEXAS For Rates and Infoimation address H I McGuire W R Powe Tr Puss Agent General Agent CINCINNATI OHIO That cough youihave wont get well 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 get a bottle of DR CLASSES COUGH SYRURano be ou the safe side Sold by Wood fl Campbell APHORiSMs Contentment Rives a crown where fpriunc Lath denIed ItFord Constaucy ia the complement of all other human virtues Mnzzlnl- He who win not takefcadvfce Lets unowlttJKfe when trouble overtakes utnr Kaffir The more one speaks of himself the tes3 ha likes to hear another talked of Larstbr The readiest nnd surest way to get rid of censure la to correct ourselves Dcuiostbcues Character and personal force nre the only investments that are worth any thing Whitman Tis not your posterity but your actions that will perpetuate your mem ory Hutcbinsoa Calumny would soon starve and die of itself if nobody took it in and gave it a lodglngLelgl3ton Civility is a charm that attracts the love of all men and too much is better than to show too little Bishop Home Knew FnpaB Limitation She was a doctors little girl In her fathers office she had seen a number of boxes ou which was written This Ide up with cqre In answer to her question her mother had said You seet when papa gets these boxes he d6esnt know what is in them and If it is something that might break it wpuldnt be good for it to set t upside little girl pondered over It for some time A few days later she came to her mother saying Mamma when God made us did be put a sign on our left sides that saysr This side up wlth careT Why asked the mother smiling Because I beard pnpa tell somebody that it was badfor people to lie on their left sides canatf It wouldnt be good for their hearts and I know piipa dbcsut know what is inside us Little Chronicle Then She Remembered Near the elevated road In Park place Is n hews and apple woman She very absentminded Also sympathetic A ragged street urchin ran up to her Sayhe yelled your little boy hap been run over by a big truck Where Where F goodness sake where shrieked the woman rushing wildly down the street She ran half a block and then stopped suddenly Lord what an old fool I ami she said to herself disgustedly if have no little boy Ive never been xiyirrlcd Meantime the street urchin had stolen oflgrapesNew lug t A sound Wonrterfnl is one IInrborIhors in the world if deep bay 6Ver a long cut qff from the ocean by the moun tainous western peninsula of Washing ton The waters nearly everywhere are deep the shores abrupt and the tide is moderate Ships may go fromTacomai halt way to Alaska out of this great sound and Its cxtcn signs northward Ray Staunard Baker In nturysB Way ofa LcBiion One of our cars ran over another mob nst night announced the super intendent of the street railway line Well replied the president after awhile the people will learn that the 411dthatsafety Chlcagp Po- stCASTORIAI t Tor Imiuiti and Children f JMYHIYlAtwlJs8tMRIf 8inttq9f Bears th6 do l TETi 7 a g i1 WtlrjU1 l GiiI News Pmm The Gountyk h l = r iItI1ppenins Among theGounty People t r 7 AJ71 as Repotted by our Correspondents Jl l f F HuiLsboro Mrs Lucinda Mellcoy is visit MrsMl1ltieGrow Dr A M Shields parsed through here Friday en route to Mtickville We understand the Doctor will leave Tttcs lay for Oklahoma to make it his futu e home Clyde and Billy Williams of Bloomfield visitndelatives here Saturday and Sundty Dont grieve so hard Ethel Clyde wits come again when the frost fall Quite a number from here at tended the saleot Milton Sweeny near Mackville Saturday Things are reported to have brought good prices Two of oUr neighbors got into an altercation over a contract a fewdays ao and would doubt less have ssttled it in qommon style but one was a church goer and detested the idea cf tightin and SQ bey took it put in quar reling Dosbrok iato IrFdix Noels sbeep one night last week and killed four Mr Noel watched his sheep for several nights aid killed several worth less curs ttut had infeSted our communityAn i stifg Sunday school was Organized at Fen wick Sun day evenmsr which prornisps to be a success Mr Wilson was elected Superintendent aoa among the teachers selected are Messrs Wilbur Peter Majo- rDvisand Tas Barker and Mises Kizzy Harmon and Rose Adams A large and enthusi slc crod listened to the sermon preached here Sunday by Rev T D Bord on the subjecj What is Man This was Bro Bards first visit among us and wo wore indeed wen pleased with his sermon He will preach here again the fourth Sunday in May We have had lots of rainy weather this spring and farmers are getting greatly behind with thejr work and sp far very little plowing has been done The present indications are that crops willl have to be reduced to a smaller acreage or the farmers will get so far behind that they will be unable to catch up with their work this season Will Sutton and wife while JG turning from Fenwick Friday had a narrow escape from what might have resulted in serious danger When near the resi Jence of W E Sutherland the horse became frightened and overturned the buggy throvring Mr and MrsSjtton out on the pike but both escaped without being seriously hurtt Th j buggy was badly damaged Mr John Moiitgjmery while hauling hay on the farm of F M Shewmaker Thursday stepped on a slick bank end fell throwing his arm out of place at the elbow It was replaced by Mr P B Prather who happened to bo with him MI Montgomery says he almost su1T red death while his arm was being put in itsiightplaccThe of bur districts rapt Saturday evening to let the the coctiact for repairing our schoolhouse ll ere was only one applicnpl for the work that ilaidand there isno dt ibt that s1in SChPOI1house WIEtall term This will make the third school for Mrf Sutherland in this district PraIthersolcitedI by people from all parts of the county to become a candidate for the Legislature and the matter is now being favorably consider beIi field at any time Mr Prather is a school teacher and former of many years experience and is eyer ready and Tilling to hid in t that which will advt nee the in fl1P terest of hil community We feelsafe in speaking fprV him that the interest acd welfare ofIf county will 6e wisely looked afler should the people elect him as their representative v LILAC Y FEN WICK David Purtlom andLeon Brad shaw were here Sunday Walter Adams sold a horse to JN CuUfor 80 Mrs J C Harrcbn of Mack iyille visited her parents here Mrs Alex Smith is Visiting her mother Mrs T J Nally at Bardstown Mrs Joe Smith of Fredericks town visited her mother here Sdturday and Sunday Mr anti Mrs J W Barker vfsited the latters grandmolner at Card ell Saturday and Sun day SJ N bull and wife visited the family of Dell Bottoms Sunday Will Cjlharlie and wile of Mack ville spent Sunday with Wiil Nally and wife W Tj Adams bought a hog d George jYocum clored fur SUj Miss Mattie Begjey wes in Texas last week Miss GI ace Ud is visiting be gtaudparen s Mr uhd Mrs Hor aCe LiLey Pleasant Hill Mr Joseph Burlchead purchased one cow from William Parish fyr 25 Mat Royalty bought a horse from Jerome Brown for 75 Mr Jonathan Royalty bought 11 severy p uud sioats of Sun Burkhead at 7 cents per pound Mr Richard Dean of Mt Car mel III is visiting relatives her now and expects to sfay all summer Miss Drilla Campbell of your tovn wqs in this vicinity las week prospecting for a school Mr Jonathan Royalty was called to the bedside of his sister who is Very ill with paralysis Mr Cay Hill was in I last Sunday The wheat crop in this is lookiiig very lavorable Ithas been suretlmosince there was a good crip raised in this section Mrs Susie Royalty Spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Peter Gregory Mr Wesley Graham of Seaville who ha been in bad health for several vears died the 10 hi re mains yeie interied nt Deep Creek cemetery Born to the wire of James Rub y a glrII Coleman were in McAfee Saturday Mr Gorge Royalty and wife of Seavllo as visi ing relatives ijat KirkWood bulurday and bun da IIlocality are wearing long laces h ciuse of so much rsiny weaticr Ii dots seem that they will b considerably lac witI thtir crops Misses IJeserand husic Col vii IJstPlsIlriday U5 If w There was no dilference paid Wiljlisburg Youi onrespondent sent a let tel rom this place last week but frin some cause it must have found its way to the waste tas hut It must have fallen by the wayside a it failed to reach u EL Dr Samuel Grumes ofNelson caunty is the guest of Lis uncle Mr Joe Hyatt T J Miller and wife and John Mcllvoy and wife of this place were in your town Mondy c9untycOurt Mr MerrittFoser is qui e ill f t tRelieves Instantly 1 Catarrhm Sore Chest Frost Bites And all Soreness of Iho Skin and Mu s le 25c60c l4 100 Bottles M Drugglsis stt F ale yCJHaydon MOO1 OOM P of pneumonia at nhisWTitin Charlie Hungate is aI4o jll of ty fhoid fever Mrs NqfuFoiter Mrs W S Gibbs andrf s LuIs withibeBro Baker pt 3omfield preached a Very impre we serl mon at this place on lisS Sunday night He was a gdef Dr M W Hyatt atfd was accpmpanied by N iss Jude Durrett i bt Bloomfield f Bn J A Simms willt fill hisi regular appointment ajtfthis place Sunday morning Brb Walden will also fill the putpi Sunday afternoon Mrs J M Trent is kusitiog re latives in Lomsvile j jj Mr N B Bncken pf Maud called to see his best gjf at this place last Sunday i V Mr Joe Clay brookei and ister Miss Annie of your ton were the peasant guests fjbf their cousin Mrs MpvCti fiy tt MOI day evningtt Harry G eerwodd El D and Walter We Is spent several day last week in Louisviilp Phei woie accnmpanied Rbme oy Mater Harold Bruwn Mr Baily Pinkstco Mid wife of PuJliam bpem Monday with rrLiss Grider lost a ysfy vau able horse last SaturJy nigh Grant Scrogham Was alo a It ser of one of his hordes jZENO MclNTIRE Eveythin looks qUte fresh and green hit not muqh farm work has been done yet occin to the rainy weather Ii J EL Hill sold to T Garnico a yearling cajf for 22 Ar Bal foewmIHamilton a yearling heifer fur 18 1 MarionlSimms three shoats at8 Lloyd Wellington sold to Ben pimms a young sow 10 T Carrico and Jim Mbntgom fordmer Fot about 550 to boat youngnhoMO to Eugene Lancaster of St Marys for 100 J M Simms Co moe d their grist mill to GasbUrig Chas Nally Fold Ed KjJ well a young mare for 100 Thomas Nally sold toBill Hln tn a mare for 100 Chas Nally bought a mare of Robt Wheatley for 14Q Arthur Corbett has begun work for Martin Spalding Alex Bland ford of Louisville visited his mother Mrs Pattie Bandford Saturday and Sun day Several frm here attended the stivaInt Blincoe Saiurdiy night Misses Laura Wreate Carne Smith andEtta Hll attended lhe Tcechers Association 44ijt Leba Hon Junction Friday nnli Satur InIffevQiy rsleet Mcadjj county carried tne banner horn wi h thnm and hou drafre have 1been a booby I think iijis county should certainly have Iliad ihe honor of bringing it hamC IHJ r Lrav cro f fdre latives near lhere last wck Mr Jas Fields and daughter Mis Lossie were in Springfield on business Sntudiyu Mr Ignatiis OBrion Cis not sol wrll us he has been vjr DoJling is slowly improving Miss Lairu Whoatieyj is visit ing lelativcs at Samjiels and Early Times Mis Etta Hill yUitdJlher pJrE ents at this place Satujlayf l night 1and1I MOORESVILLE i H Mr Thou Sweeney tils opened up the corner store ar4J iia doing a very good bQsinessI Mr Ed Gregory w4in our midst last Sunday V Owing to so much w4t weather farmers are getting belvnd with their work I fl Logan Walker our ural mail hasfnbout IIIbexesbut one between Moortlsville and a Booker two between J3cfoker and thrwtbetweenCVal1e o Mr Logan Slichirn fpablOto be out afthevere tittack of kidney trouble f fal tYi crr DayTISMII wla TWIV i 4 I= jw ii Ii flww iiiwtiitiw Wi ifiI3 I IIThe 1rarmers Supply J H 3 P 7i3 THOMPSON GBEENic il t 3 f iiIs the place to go with ypi1i Sr4ptP dHfftJ lSr rt get your Supply of I 11IfAr I i I FIELD SEEJSj r1Gt JCi J Ofall kipds Agents for OLD llldkORYWAGaa for the Belebrated t d I ELLWOOD STEEL WEKgi- I mJas k Our line of buggies foithe Spring Trade iieghip1pj td iII arrive and is more elaborate than ever a u 14v n COAL in any Quantity at Lowestt pric a- THOMPSON ft II GREE t ti ePRINGFIELDK FIm mmmmm mftltmtmmtMmm 1 IYjt i i 7 Tbere was d good crowd out Sunday to hear Rev Burns preach at New Hope Several hogs have died in our midst lately from some unknown cause Some one broke into a box of ovsters and crackers at Booker Eightgcans oysters were a lot of crackers One of the back doors is broke down and should be fixed by the rail oad company Mr Davis Crow and wife of Polin went to Louisville last Monday on abusiness trip Mr Floyd Smith of Chaplin visited his brother Nimrod Smith near here- MissPearltynch an attractive young lady of near Springfield visited Miss Flora Wall near here last Sunday v The race for Commonwealths Attorney seems to be all the subject of conversation McEI roy and Durham beijgthe favor ites in this precinct Mr William Sweeney and wife was called to Woodlawn by the death of Mrs Julia Higdou last Saturday Your Tongue stomachiis bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia maKe your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 2Sc AU IItJ I wroebori1byuwnorrtchb1aek7 I BUCKINGHAMS DYEal ers I iaerer tMxnmtMrHMiACaHtM The Model Saddle and Harness Stal lion ERWIN RUSSELL 32 ill snake the season of 1003 at my stables uaf mile west of SpringSeld near the Bloomfleld turnpike at 12 to Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on colts to secure payment of service fee Care taken to prevent accidents but not respon sible should any occur Erwin Russells blood should corn mend itself to those breeding saddle horses He combines the blood of Mark Diamond 40 with that of Gar rard Chief 2253 and other line ones Mark Diamond 49 was one of theY greatest saddle and harness horses the State ever produced j Kate by LaFayetfc who liadten colts ai food 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 to a beautiful chestnut sorrell 151 hands high has heavy mane and taU He Is a model inform and perfect style and gaits II He is bard to equal SHERMAN MAIITXN Springfield Ky Foicys Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all kidney and bladder diseases Sold by Wood Campbell A ThOIIU111 la1f1 MM Auston til ibtheslerr i tcl knew whatkj b do in the our of need His Wife had such n unusual case of stomach and and liver trouble physicians ould not help hen He thought fisndtrled Pr Kinds New Lire th ilsndJi t Haydons Drug Store W WHEELEWSof 1 r4 f t rILY PROOF ff r Can be Lockedat Nighti r t y S11 l t withttrouble ditCan 1 tpj J lCan take out and lay away throughwj r season WIthllttle trouble MMusttj1IfindSpnnffieHr Lumber fe5 SlDo not pat off fitting your saiK nfill tttvFly comes r r 1 JOHN SiMoELROYli r GENERAL INSUftANCAGtNJ l Fire7 Life ari3iTor rvacJQ r v i f OFFJCE OVER PEOPLES BANKS i T t During my absence from office W or George Neikirk wi1Iattend iqaoytIliijiji for me L Cr will Ip1iNic- e wsj IM snM hbu 1niotsat Lu be t wkgive your tenUo e wita S joist oe ucl wbi ouSIt we ywh s bt imA rret siii7 tos o ssc smbees rUemd iM cs WIbs laiGewrWiId widif ol wa1le8 1c f ffefthe 11 OM Gift a= 1 I PotM t xn lt totIINeo OwrSeo4 Wi iltli I Uric without dMWk JIW trE1ER IIf4 ILKW5UYFor aa dJ1Druaet o jI8end iri WASHINQTONDC 3t l j Jitt1iia it Reidel l1siBy Fogeys H uey aW Tar ItM fo racking coash and H aU a4 tre1aglhentl huiK Ut irJame It will frerent an attack of poes- onla H Refuse substitutes Soldby ccdCaatpbeIl A SPIRIOJ BiueGrasj t JJttFruitail artr ar smaIuill I 4thingfo 4 andgards Q Strawrry eral giggw I qut bq- H L L r JlJtDIIBMJt i Lsdi72 luI BURTON iKpMMT DENTHT EXTRACTED THOUT PAIN t JIpIhtnfQIDtDxy DinI Work Strictly J H LAMPtON 0J1IIOK- Ja 0 iSO S JSIOCK RIII1QF1LD K- Yrc L ob OfFIClt Drnhtbartfor jorPtoplt Jptposit mk 01 1IotI1I 12O n WFaRlaSS nyi T LAw K1eJ krlIPaIHnilLD KY d 1 t JINtnUW PLUMMII S N rJoa C W MI Ae wty0 t p WMM arel iiiitjini H M teM UkaWe tOt iva ws well s tIItHe dns CIal l WIlS 4t- t aecarbi t s NM tor all scca34ss tare iIIn W UtI 8lU3ftf the1i ftr7 wq3thy WH sake a regular preetIyic ttegaat sarmeata 1r Mat to iEc eH MI apynral wear- IUhSS5 ISIK ctJaef W mite 4CeSII5L Soaae women dreea sr a cle to the MM 1M it back next awralBg l r 7iWIpt a fcat 8C imp and gorj 4riri csI Ykttteff 1 U The i nm iwili WMtaatolit to know all the ifclppr fraB Juidiaae wabrellai t 1 fla t iat MawtJ tS JIWe17 that MM Wee feer p cot MUM alef hM WHteA are set waM eI but the all es welludii p at a peat sl and RbgktbO k elSea ieec the anaer I j b teTa5b4a deceived 1eIt jb i tTrtwiaj 5MNJte wake a rose for fMTH lsa a ctemer Besides i5jkn tbatif tbey Incur the cnml if tRdi iMfMtin the wefflea are L t Ue eaycWe ef abwriac their goods 1M 1sbmii etuer and aore bliIst EiRtL iKraBfe as it JBaJ WM1N7 mingle In j tMCi tA Mettty er Ike frtegeaof It t salate matt Ir SC4PMIL iteee they bare won the repu r rtMM eta1w7l elegantly and itI4wtkIPTbtt Mrf etseettIH bail been car wIeettea by a ctHtwaer of a cerj Ute lrf 9fm tbaifti meabera deter nhiti to a ateg te her tauntIng 1atla1terMeI plamage at least wbM tbt iMUfe beloBged te tbenv t ofaitefcy 1kwaai bad a plen 414 wrap seat bMae MI approral and Mtaay MM of the bead clerks of bi Una wiilbMW Mrs plank as esdie ttaUeat blauelf Bear eI ftw fai the aUeable cbvrck wklcli kV atbeiided Wbe abe Mlled dewn the aMa after serylce resplendent lh birrowed desk this aaaa stepped VftoberaiMicaH w diy 4e Mrs ElankJi- am ieMtbte to Me that yes like our cloakIjireH e o8fh te keep It Of eaune after that she wold not re ttwatMKJK With all the e rts pat forward by afeapa iad ceetvpen to break up the perkiee MbIt etferclble borroT Sag fa the part M avaify femInine cus eg the practice jfoe merrily and MUy a fair dame with ait eaTI 1UIe nfVtatfem for cxqutelte dressing appears tot eaee la ranaeats ia4 hata t Hxt IHII ae bedsckIngan 4kiv wsaiia 1ft baa iic to the show rtUSWaiblngtoaMer Ic K w 4 the doctor tell you to take Ikf MMlciaer Larry laterally or ex kraaly 1 S4tk SC thefcJii rtt3M MyS bit MT Kaytber wan- f 9tle4k here Larry thafaabsurd xiltiut save been one orthe ether you fcaytke waa I tell ye He tould me o pJMMpsT kap SM MseM8t Louis Be 1 AIri s4 A kSi- c Mwifwtl Jf yield to the faction J tet rm dH VJr iMpedally eleffbaQta Iaiis OI Swine iealtl7 cape skit t1Irkerlwm1tter1J ue tessptlng M tHT tnssblveriaIea4ere- zill JtiItC Peaad 4IrUcI1t terlr Igaeriajr their aeottoand roast O aweKeiipy tber Mac fer a few MMMMia wiid MMI receter bat ItiI 1ari HIthey reaew UIW ekeerful- iHea of oak 1 Tfdoakkeeptheo1d 17eiidsbnding through the ears It pays touse the Jpt tuff M nof oak tt are men Inl J rufgiil health men whose bodies are made of the Sound 1 tot materials t CWldfc Qi is the time to layt MMtloc Nation for sturdy con Mjthdwfl1 last for years ieriahtifcttts Emulsion stimulate iJ growing powers of children IiipcM1uUdafirm- fayrtMio Soc a sturdy coosti i 1L 1SII MOt OW CMMla Jt VMktJ rv-r lI TOWN i iilfiHfiitN HiiaNHaNWHft iThi u All Atout Yeurseir Friends ad Acquaintances 55S Wf you want a good oil stove UciElroy A Shultz have them The best screen doors to be had and at the lowest price at JoIn Y Mayes Buy the best tin ajnd enamel war We guarantee it McEl roy 6tShultz J Now ts tbeiinieto guard against tliesCaU on John Y Maes for screens and screen doors Mr Jj Wfflard Mitchell candidate for Attorney General will speak at the Court House here on next Monday When in town county court daycall at the pldKarrick stand and 1ook at Pettersoa Moss stock of buggies Use Pearl in Amonia Washing pPlaid for house cleaning pur poses washing clothes etc Ask for it at the stores 1Rov G A Strickland preach ed to a Jlarge congregation at Pleasant Grove church on last Sunday afternoon ICall and se our leader the best buggy ever offered for the money only 40 Peterson Moss I have a nice lot of sows for sale to pig soon i MH Tones at Poultry House Miv W S Gibbs of this coun ty sold last week io Will Graham a 7 yearold mare for110 and to R A Dodd a gelding for 125 Judge Patteson and Hon Finley Shuck are announced to meet in joint debate at the Court House here on next Monday afternoon Orders have been received from the Postoffice department that after this month the post offices of Litsey and Canary will be dicontinuedS We are ready for the spring trade with as nice a line of new buggies as was ever shown in Springfield PETERSON Moss Keep cool Keep cool If you cant keep cool go to McElroy Shnltz a g Refrigerator Water Cooler and Ice Cream Freezer We have the best If a man loves a maiden that s his business if a maiden loves a man thats her business if they get married thats their business if they want material to buy a house doors sash screens etc thats our businessJSpringfield Lumber Co Frank the young son of J L McCabe while riding his bicycle last Friday collided with a heavily loaded wagon near the depot and fell under be vebiee one of the wheels passing ovor his ankle The injury was qnie a severe one and it iis thought probably one the sm ll bones WwS broKen A kid baseball ninefrom Leb anon came over ast Saturday afternoon for a game with the Ilocall boys but owing to a failure to agree on the terms fo feits side bets and so forth and tothe further fact that no suitable grounds could be had the gamp was called off until a more lay orable season The editor of the NEWS LEADER has received and read with interest a copy of Rev Henry L Spaldings latest book BeecbIFork The book deals with people and scenes in Nelson county about 80 years ago and is lull of interest and cleverly writen The book is published by Bcnziger Bros NEw York and is on sale at this placeI New concrete gutters have benput in on Man street for quite a distance ojl each side and the improvement is quite a substantial e The town trust contemplate making other tndniucii needed repairs to the streets A rock crusher will soon be in operationtthe quary of WT McElroy and material for street repairs will be r more aval ble Mr F M Martin the Jwpular JisIgreenhouse a remarkable Mar TOPICR i isalsourcetors The vine is about 25 feet in length and is a wonderfully prolific bloomer Up to the present time Mr Martin has sold over 85 dozen roses from it and the yine is still ladened with buds and blossoms Springfield is to have a new furniture store Mr A B Gad berry who isan experienced business man has moved With his family to this place and has rented the store room in the Barber Opera House building and will soon be open for busi ness with a large line of furni ttfre of all lands Mr Gadberry and famiiy have rented Dr Hords new house on Main street where theY will reside Street Sales at Malkville Col IL E Whayne reports the Street sales of live stock at Mackj sub on llast Saturday as being j a success and a large crowd attended These sales will become a regular event and will takeI place on every third Saturday n each month Preceding hedat of each sale printed posters giving a list of stock to be offerI ed will be issued Below is a list of salks ag reported by Co Whayne the auctioneer an eight ear old marL 8030 old milleI 11 gray mare 3240 cow 30 sow and nine pigs 2785 bUnd mare wagon and harness 19 second hand buggies from 650 to45 Wanted A few good Dairy Cows also will be in the market for horses from 4 to 7 years old Call atI office of Springfield Lumber Co REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK l OF SPRINGFIELD KY At Springfield In tbe State of Ken tucky at tbe close of business April 9 1903 NO 1787IEWSO cEa Loans and Discounts 119921474 Overdrafts secured and un secured 334380- U SSS Bonds to secure clr 50b00000UStocks securities etc 830000 Banking bouse furniture and fixtures 550000 Merchandise 623160 Dug from National Banks not reserve agents 145036 Due from State banks bankers 649 76 Due from approved reserv edaEents 2887891 Notes of other National banks j 68000 Fractfonnl peper currency nicklus and cents 7091 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK VIZ Specie 8603760 Legaltnder nptes 621500 1125260 Redemption fund with U S 5 per centof 1Treasurer 260000- Total 31327268 LJAJ3 =tJEa Capital stock paM in 8 6000000 Surplus fund 1500000 Uudivlded profits less ex penses and tuxes paid 514319 National Bank uota out standing 6000000 Due to oiuer National banks 372716 Due to State BanKs aud Ballkes 148629 Individual deposits eubjvct to cut1ck 16276614 Time ceriiflcatea ot deposit 2409423 Liabilities othnr tlrau tnostt above stated 46557 Total em327258 I8TATE or ICnvrucKT cousrr or ss A C MoEm Jashler of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knokledgol and belie A Q McElroy Cashier Subscribed and rwocn to before me this 16tb Jay of April 1903 J A Eoulwaro N P W Co Ky At 4 F M CAMPBELL JOHN LEWIS Directors H Al QRUNDY Dns Notice Is Semi Due notice is hereby served on the public gerterolly that DeWitls Witch Hazel SalviJ is the only salye on the market that made from the pure and unadulterated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of case of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits Those persons who get the genuine DeWltta WiT h Haze Salve are never dissappojnted because it Cures Heydon ACliatanooiaDiiEfstsStatciEent Robt JJEJhler Proprietor of the Read House Drug Store of Ohattattoo ga Te nwrltes There iis more merit in Foleys Honey and Tar than in any other congn syrup The calls for It multiply wonderfuilyvand we sell more pf it than all other cough syrup combin dJSqld by Wood Camp bell I KHIoI Dyspe 55VT I IT5e H1H HORP DENTISTOFF Cr KBnTBul Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KY FERCNAL rCharlie Cleaver of Lebanon was in town Tuesday- Mr Walter Leachman was In Louisville last week Ben Mattingly of Lebanon Was here one day last week Mr M L Searcy was in Law renceburg last week Mr James Hughes of Bloom field was here last week Rev J A Hogarty of Leba noii was over last Friday- C W Hllg n and EvanHagan were in Bajrdsto n Sunday Mr Glerjn O Wood was in Bardstownj the first of the week Dr J BJ Mudd is in Louisville undergoing treatment for his eyes MissGowdy bf Campbellsville was a visitpr at the Medley home this week Louisvillolisthis week Mr Green Jones of Louisville speut Sunday with his mother at this place Dr and Mrs J B RoBards visited in Mercer bounty Sunday and Monday Miss Bertha Hat1on has return d from a visit to relatives at Bardstown J C GrJene iis in Hoylecoiintv hisIMr Jams Wharton of Louis yule spent Sunday at this place with hAs parents J S Claybrooke and sister were in WilMsburg Tuesday to attend a teachers association Hon Bejn Watt candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruc tion was here one day last week- Mr A W Eddlemari the pop War merchant of Booker and little son were in town Tuesday on business Miss Myrtle Croake of Croakes Station is the guest at the home of her brother Sheriff Byron Grosike this week Major JLWharton of the revenue service spent Sunday with his family here He is now stationed at Bardstown Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance of Cleveland Ohio are visiting Mr Vances mother Mrs L L fanes and otber relatives at this place Miss Haggle Browne enter tained at Flinch on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her cousin Mrs Arthur Vance of Cincinnati Misses Allie Reaves and TerA sa Wathen of Lebanon were visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs T A Medley tha first of the week Henry S McElroy of Lebanon and R L Durham of Green county cand dales for rommon wealths Attorney are in the c unty this week Mr Silas enchman and daughter Miss EihH of Chicago visited relatives here Ins1 week Mr Leachman haM just been elect d to the board of lilclermen of Chicago He is a nephew of M ufoWEnd W T Lparhman of i JqijT a AR il NQ SJ NEAl TEMPLE SYRUPEverybod who knows knows that the Isweetest and besii flavored syrup comes from the first run of sap jWe secured an early supply this year and it is all ready for you in half gallon or gallon rich and fragrant with odors from tWo wo hills and IT j cansII IVOTRRHNTBD STRICTLY V URQ E S MAYES JR J DELIVERYI fyr this place and formerly was a frequent visitor ereOO 4 STRAIGHT TALK OfjayetteCoMity Treasurer iiS The Democracy of Kentucky owes many things to mart men but in the whole list no man is more deserving than Heuiry Bos worth the brainy braw vard brave exsheriff otFayettjj county who is a candidate fobState Treasurer Mrj Bosworth is aJfelqng Democrat has been tried m the fire and like the old time demo crat has not been found wanting Always a wprkqriwi4i the boys in the trenches they elected him by a handsome majority to the responsible office ofsberiff the cou nt of Fayette 10f He filled the office to the satis faction of eVery one regardless of politics and to tbe great delight of the democrats by whom he was honored In the tragic fight of the martyred Goebel against the trust he was a lion He was one of Goebels most intimate and beloved friends and trusted leaders When danger called Bosworth was selected and like all brave men he seetn ed to court the monster Death Goebel was vilely and cQwardly assassinated and died breathing from his heart the greatest of all words of dying martyrs sy prayer for the people whom he had loved and servediThe shock came like a thunder bolt from a cloudless sky to the sheriff of Fayette Ha was stricken by the loss of oui lead er and then with a determ na on born of rever gd for the test of alt crimed he swore that he would do all in his power toj track down the assassin of the dead In tho e daysto beau active agrespive Democrat around Frankfort was to be in constant peril of assassination Bulj Bos worth feared not and whfen Ca leb Powers and Davis had eluded the authorities at Frankfort and protected by Taylors iohjdiers were fleeing to the mojiin ain fastnesses Bosworth at thp head of his deputies marched Into the car and tn what seemed tnJ face of eer ain death draggeijl ut Powers and Davis and tlanded them in the Fayette county jail A shout of approval arid joy went up all over the statefor this Ijllli lllij itl wijjliiViti i LACECURTSIKS Jif50e to 800 aPair I3 fWe are showing an unusaHy nrg 3line of them I IIiWe would also call your attetii 3 tion to our stock ofSI GRFETS RUGS MATHNG8il Wall Paper Lineolums Oil Cloth IWindow Shades Curtain Swisses 3 Curtain Poles Foot Stools Portieresr E 1 white Quilts ateete on which linjfes t we ae the acknowledged leaders i IfI Speciall Prices on MATTINGS = I ROBERTSON BROS JI ft f m mM I mm rf man had arrested the instigator of the darkestapd most damnable plot in the history of the world Then he was offered fif teen hundred dollars 11500 reward by Goebels brothers like a true Kentuckian he refused it and sidhI only regret 1 have net done more to avenge the ard v assassination of my friend and the friend of the Great C mmon People Men especially the brave menof Kentucky cannot and do not v ish to forget such deedsdeeds that make men heroes Mr Bosworth is a man of edu cation He is a cultivated gen lleman and has a heart that beats tenderly toward all He asks only that his claims be considered on his record as a democrat and a man Mr Bosworth has yisited here and met hundreds of Graves county democrats and as soon as they learned who Henry Bos worth was and the manner of man he is they began to ex press themselyas for him There is not a county in the State where he has more enthu siastic supporters than in the great Democratic county of Graves It is with much pleasure that we commend the claims of this elegant gentleman and Democrat the the readers of the Messenger Maysville Mes en ger The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder dUeases is Foleys Kidney Ouae Sold by Wood Camp- belL What Is Needed Whichever way the governor ship raca turns iit may be said that the urgent need and prime requisite of Kentucky is a business administration By that is hardly meant the kind of admin istration which confines itself to the administration of govern ment and the passage of needful legislation and execution of laws What is most wanted are pro gressive leaders who know the necessities of the State and who will take measures to meet them resourcesiKniucky country undeveloped mostly from the want of capital and tbe inducements which bring much needed money here for inyest neverjpassedroad building coal land exploitation and factoi y construction such as her resources entitle her to A stirring up indus trially not politically Js what the State needs and that should be the principal of her Legislature and Governor for years to come Danville Advocate DO YOU GET UP- WITHAEAWEBACK KMaey Tnmbte Makes YM MlseraWc Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful ii fi DrfiIt U the freat medical triumph of the nine lit l teenth century dis ofjbyIIbeatkldxreyand b Sdcit specialist and is curtnrlarmsblesand Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Khmer j SwawpReet Is not tee oxunendedforeverytblngbutlfyouhavekidnej Justtherremedy you need It has HeR tasted In so many ways In hospital work la private purCfJuerellefevery case thattaspecll jarranfemeat IMS been made by which all readers of tWs psc r who have not already tried It racy have a alIoakettelllnrmorefind out If you haw kidney or bladder trouek When writlngmen lion reading this generous offer in thispaper and send your address to DrKlImerCoSingKeaton regular fifty cent and nosiassaos jdt1Jarj J Tee MISIT tGUNNINGRAM 4 DUNGMS SipQ I And see the great dIsplay of c Embroideries Laces 1 Lace Ties 1 vg IfibLace Coors An unsurpassed variety oi i WTSHGOODSi- n Silk Gririghams MercerS ized Ginghams Mercerized Waistings Kntekerbocktersi t Voiles c WHITE COODSjin Mercerized Mgdra JOr i fords Piques c i iCARPETS 1r4 Just Received the largest stock Car petsin Tapestry Brussells Ingrain8 and Granites Cbina and Japuc OilClothithatt f 1 11 L7CECURTIrs4 The most effective designs Jn Lace Curtains ranging in price from 40c If to6IOO a pair vtt 3LLPPR k Weare showing a most complete stock 4 r of Wall Paper in beautiful combina k l tions of French Patterns Crowns j I 4Ijvisitthisj I w We offer special 1 inducements to BlueRebatejYofcrs ery Respectfully 8 Cimninghain ID11110can I It W Commissioners Sale- f John U Russell c Pitta EquityMailoryBy virtue of Judgment and order WaablngtQnOlrcultCou thereof 1903 ia the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court RouSe door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 27 1P03 at2 oclock pm or thereabout be tothehlgbestbidder creditor 6 and 12 months the follow leg described property toxvitr A tract of land situated In Wash iogtpn county Ky and is described and bounded as fdllowa towlt On toe south by Long Run creek on the CocnotJJobtrJonRussell on the west by the lauds ofi bythelandsto contain one hundred and fortytwo acres more or less rue acre of same Is reserved for a family graveyard with a twenty foot road to and from same and timber enough is reserved to fence said graveyard For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties suet execute bond bearing legal interest from sate Of sale until paid and bavlngtbe force sail effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms THO A MEDLEY M C W 0 C SEVMimCIOFGRIP a Cures hT hQ Bottle ofChamberJaIls Cotf BcielT Whenlhadan attack of the grip last winter the secoud one actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy says frank WPenTi Editorof the lj terpriae HhprtsTille No Y This Uthe honest truth I at times kept frote coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoo futoi this remedy and when tit coughing spell would come on at ntght Iwould take a dose and it seemed that iu the briefest Interval the coign vronld pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly iree from cough and its ac companying palas To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable sur pr se iis putting it very fflitdly I had no Idea that it weald or cl1nleck oak the grip simply bbeoe IiMcII heyer tried it fee that pirpQee Wt it dM aad U seeiaed with the aeceWat tackf caughlHK the reusedycan1tn- otonuy to be of Ieeaduratia battle paul were far 1severe ai I had not used the contents ot one bottte before Mr Grip had bldmed IFortl at 17009drn if sto re CommissionerS S l et s ClenvHill1 1 plffV EquityJBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court relederedat the February tern thereof 1803 lnjhe above cause I shall proceed to offer for saIeat tht Court House door InSpringfleldKy ON MONDAY APRIL 211t03 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being County Court day to the highest bidder at PuWic Auction upon a credit of six and twelveusoaths- the following described property towitr A tract of land situated M Washington county KYf an4 thus bounded towit Beginning at a Sycamore stump oa the waters of Water Run corner toeelingtheisce- upWaterBunSS11Z6S72Z M8 poles to the elm Opposite tIie1 ouk of a branch corner to Pratker hers thence up said branch as it meanders N 3tt E 168 N 184 E 30 N 32 K2U72 po1dsto a sugar tree near tkeWaek of a drain thence up said dramasIt meanders N 30 W 17 N28W ION11W 4poles to a stone corner ta sasaeJC4ya W LJ poles to a stone an Iwaskei s ito KeelIng line down said IwaitcKae meanders S6W8 S 17 WWf 145 W 2268 155 Wi8 LsW1L- 3S15W13S23W94W1SpalIw the beginning containing M creeK more or less For the purchase price jtrchaser or purchaser with apv4security or sureties must i it bond beirlHg legal Interssfreea date of sale until paid aiii MTjBJct the force and eiect s f a JagaLBidders will be refHixvi to oeeisj lpromptly witk these term THOS A itwKJtr 1C d If cQi DieiIIlJflac flbiisi yiltMrs Ellen tarlisoa f3e Fast Kansas OityMo wrik as e tferXrrOur tO children fctda sr ce atelof whooptngieoufboae of leeki Ute oarozjsm would often faict and bed at the seWe trIed everythklf w heard of without getlinr r K Ws tkcnca1Jec1IIIffaaitwHprescribed Foley M MT and T54- Withthevery5rtdsas tleeyhegnas imdrove and we feel that Hhaeeaye t their livesr Bel m stiiistee UsM by Wood A GMtfbeli r i NIiICS41 7 tt Botdelof Wsi oW cult Court Upil lllYtiW pist tM 4su ftdsIt0414H aN Do IM to pgsit i c- iPY pva bfor 1 ad my oOoiln t itownof l Segle1dt1flqn 0r before May tb- 1908THQ8 A MEDLEY dOSWCc r t j iwernor Beekfiam Seeck- II it iweiilirf Ky Pk tto taioeraUo mMBlaalJoa for fpHMnwr at 0w iutx ta ba Monday a4 imir4jd br i large and en IfciMtMtte vwil ace His speech In 4 full WM rfollowi or ftp deBtocratte nomination for got nior hut December after receiving a large number of flattering assur a ed support from friends nil fr the state It was urged by thoso iifrledly to me that under the con itMtttloa oC the state Ivras not ell xib to succeed myself in the offlcp fOTeraor eyed though J was filling tly tfe unexpLred tern Tar which Stair Goebej was elected I consulted with a greet many of the ablest law yen Jatbe Etato juid j rithout excep tfcw ties advised me that there wits M YktfeUoa x f either the letter or the spirit ottp constitution In my being ected fr ho next term of tho office GOV BECKHAM 0 Jrife Pryor Judgd Hazelrigg two 4xtkld Justices of the court of ap exOor Knqtk Capt W T Hfe aad Mr Lewis McQuown all of tin ranking in the front of the legal piwCtMioa wrpte aft able and unanr w Mbl4 Opinion declaring that I was EiiEle Very many other lawyers of 10 tew ability took the same view Vmttf such circumstances I decided to Wciocie a candidate before the peb pie for reelectjon and I now Lsay wltfaouttthe fear of successful contra diction that this tsbcalled Question of Eligibility woQld never be heard of in this campaign except for its political elfectTamd because my enemies admit that the only hope they have ot de 4 fea ting me is to create a doubt in the aali ids of the people upon that ques Uo u I have always bden frank and tonest with the people of Kentucky who have so generously honored me and the high office of governor Is not cuMciemt temptation to me to ever del unfairly or selfishly with them I can therefore say in all truth and candor that would notbea candl date one minute for this office if there was the Ughtest doubt of my eligi bility or the least danger of contro yeriy apout my election i nor woum tfctcourtof appeals be ordered my aame placed upon the ballots for the jirjiiarVl If that court had believed me ineligible If I and been under the required age or if I had not been a citizen of the state or if I had been a won they would never have grant d a mandamds upo6 the stale com Klttee ordering my name placed up oaijho oalloCav That honorable court I comppsel iOf able and ruprlght judges with a deep knowledge of the law and witk a patriotic love Tot the peace aHdwelfaro of their state would riever have compelled the democratic state committee to place my name on the feallot in a primary called under the law if they had considered mie ineli gible and that a contest and turmoil eight result from my election Mr two opponents opened this issue before the people with the purpose jot jalalng confusion arid doubt in their minds About it It was ajpgat ques tion and not one for the people to de cide so Ii roceeded to gOt the matter before a tribunal which could pass upon It I filed a spit in the Woodford circuit court before Judge Cantrlll that the question might be properly passed upon 1y opponents through their attorneys asked to be made parr ties to the suit and alleged that they did not want to delay or obstruct a decision tipon lt It was argued bo lore Judge Cantrill and that learned and able Judge decided in unmistak able terms that f was eligible and was entitled to runin the primary The case was takenjo the court of appeals and there before that court a ay opponents through their attor neys begged insisted and demanded o that the court should not pass upon rf this question but leave It open that these opponents might further afil tate it before the people They did apt want their only campaign issue against mo taken from them and thOIL believed that If the court The3Cdia aot to do In their pleadinss before Q Judze Cantrill that was sot to ob 1 Jatwituiulier grasp LalYb she it she is looking the wrong c manycin a seatof discas- e who is doingtlicI same thing t 41uIlooking thc q wrong way 3 snatching at r medicinal straws when the Jife buoy Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip lion fa within her rpacn Many a woman1 has tesUj Lcd I know T should t fee alive today but for I Pierces Favocite Prescription This famous jEi dtcHe establishes regularity dries wealceaiag drains heals inflammation Mid idetndoa lad cures female weak imtWwtk mad sick women especially those Men fr from diseases of long standing ae tavH to coMult DrPierce byletter frig Alt correspondence is held mtfy yrirate andjacredlyronfidenUal AddMM Dr 1L V Pierce Buffalo Nl Y a MMre te writing to let yotrknorr I received from your Favorite d yo ir Pleas4tit Pellets sinthe of RIo hart Ky 7emgbsItv b4 k pf i nHte couUTnotm w had backache 2 r flit Pweicrlio E1gW iwrf sick women well Accepl ao wlwtitnte far the medicine ivhiclv womenDfPierceV dix aaew and ck headache w = f You have it You dont want it Then why keep it Drive it out with Ayers biMalariastruci or aeiny a aecislo oi tne qps j The court of appeals in its wisdom raffirmed Jndse CantrilTs opinion on granted the mandamus I did not feat A decision I wanted it But my op ppnehts were afraid of one an begged that the court soy nothing a the matter Jf I was not eligible there is not a member tpflbat cbur tbat in jusUco to hlinsblf In frIend ship to me and In his love for tin peace and quiet of our beloved corn mpnwealth would not opposc my can didacV for this Office But sk mat tor ot fact there ore several of the democratic judges of that court wh are camesily for me orthe nomina tion The mistake male by my opponents is the same made by ahbst of other8 who have sought public office The political highway is strewn with the jorpsea of men who havtf not given he people credit for having as much sense as they have Many a bright career ba3 been Biiddenly ended many a brilliant star in the gorgeous firmament of political hope and many on ambitious statesman on the high tide ot success have sunk into the outer darkness nil because they thought that it was an easy thing to fool the people yes the plain corn irion people whenever it suited their purpose to do so I have on abiding and unshaken faith in the intelligence and honesty of the great body of our people I mve never lost confidence in them and In this matter t know they have sense enough to see the plalnpropo sitlonlti dOes not take a lawyer to Lee 11that the court of appeals would never have ordered the name of an ineligible candidate placed upon jBgal ballots and that no member pf that court would fayor the nomlua tion of Buch a candidate if the court considered him ineligible v The talk about another contest is merely a bugaboo to frighten chilr Jren merely a political trick to alarm the voters I have borne the brunt of one contest when our state was in grave danger and I did not shirk my duly I would not now for any office or honor within the gift of the people put itf hazard the peace and welfare Of my state There Is npt the slight est danpdr of such a contest except In the fervid imagination of some of those who are trying to defeat me in this primary Aly opponents charge that I am afraid to meet them Jn joint debate I charge that they are afraid to meet me at the polls in the primary on May 9th and that thdy are doing every thing In their power by litigation and y denunciation o block the holding of that primary because they know they can not defeat me in A fair con test before tho voters Their only hope is a convention where the pow er of money and the power of political combinations can often thwart ttfe wilt of the people The cry about a machine primary Is so absurd that It is not entitled fo serious notice Who ever heard of a real political machine wanting a primary What machine ever sought to take the people Into Its confidence by giving them a chance to vote A machine always wants conventions and is bet ter ablo to carry out its plans in that way than n primaries But the pee pie are not deceived by this talk and they know it iff simply a stopthief cry There is a xnnchinea strong active and alert one trying to get control of the state offices and fight lag me because it can not control me and that is the machine which is so much opposed to this primary That machine con not stand up in a fair fight before the people Its methods and its purposes can not risk the light of public view If has assailed the democratic organisation of Kentucky because it con not control that organ Ization and could rot force it to call a convention It has denounced the members of that organization and charged them with being my friends I am proud of Jhe fact that a largo majority of the democratic committee oreimy friends They ore the men who make the partys fights and who have been honored by their people in being elevated to the councils cf the partys1 welfare if they favor my nomination and electhfo it 1s a corn pliment to me The charge that I have tried to Influence their action by official favors is so baseless and un true that I shall treat it with the con tempt it deserves The men of that committee who have been attacked sire men of the highest character and standing men wno nave at Heart the best interests of their party and who would never let their friendship for any man put in danger the success of the party They believed that a pri mary was the fairest and best means of nominating candidates for state offices and for that reason they called it The court of appeals has decided1 that they had a right to call it under the law and tho action of the commit tee has been fully vindicated These members of that committee compose the subcommittee which has in charge the conduct of the primary The names of these men are a guaran tee of fairness and impartiality The chairman of the committee is the Hon A W Young who within the last year has been nominated without opposition by the democrats of his district to be their circuit Judge An other member is Judge J M Laming f the present circuit judge of his dis trict and the nominee for the next term without opposition The other member is Mr Mott Ayres the editor of a leading democratic paper in West ern Kentucky No one will dare as sail the character and integrity of these gentlemen among the people where they live and who know them As far as it 1s in their power they will see that every candidate for every office will have absolutely fair treatment The attacks made upon these men come only from the brutality of hopeless rage and the man who says they will not give him fair treatment knows that ho has no chance to win capitalforIt has been and is now my desire to conduct this campaign upon the high grounds befitting the dignity of Pofrainetifr9mon my opponents and those wuo have been against the I shall not now al thelowJam In a race for the highest office in ithe gift of the people of the state I undprmles yicloua so corrupt and so full of falsehoods that it has not been alanderousmented predecessor Wlllloin Goebel withIthave not myBelf escaped calumny and disappointedOfl1coseekea parrgrafterawhoand whosopresence in politics is for campaignfund underchlsetaxpnnishmenL They could not thereforelightingof hate and deapairv I have tno word cf criticism for the majority of tfioser ivbo oppose my nomination If they doubt Ihe wisdom of my election accord ib tliem every ti5DCV W YLO- I know thatiust darOanauygacl democrats three years ago honestly and sincerely thought It best not to nominate me then sotupro are some good democrats who now oppose my candidacy I have no qUarrel with thorn and I would notfor any consid oration utter a harsh wordjagalnst tthem I have respect for ttTe man who ihonestly differs from me and all I ask is that he accord mo the some re sport I have always had feelings of kind ness and friendship for ray two op ponents Judge Breckinrldge and Mr Hendrick rot Judge Ureckinrldgo I j havejoinedinthe general fight ori me his campaign so far has been dignified and courteous towards me and1 that ho has refrained from any cowardly personal attacks upon mo or upon my administration againsthimI do not think the judge seriously wants the ofllqe of governor except to put himself In line for higher honors If he should be nominatednndelected governor he would let Some fellow come along and take the office away from him and then run as a martyr candidate for the presidency of the United States Mr Hendrick has made personal attacks upon me which I shall not let pass without showing that he has grossly misrepresented mo and shown a reckless disregard for the truth un worthy of any man who aspires to a public office It has been my desire to let him make his race on his own merits without ever making the slightest attack en him but as ho has seen fit to pitch his cam paignon the ono Issue of abusing mo and has sought by various statements 1 myhonorthe eyes of the people of Kentucky that they may have a good look at him and see if they think he is the man to bo trusted with the banner of democracy in the coming state cam paign speechesMrthat he has not the slightest hope of winning tho nomination and it Is evi dent that it is his purpose to bolt tho partys ticket just as he has done before tAtrnInand he was overwhelmingly defeated for rcnomlnation In a democratic pri mary In 189B by Hon Charles K Wheeler Ho refused to make any speeches for the ticket or his success ful opponent and if he supported the democratic ticket at all that year he is the ony living man who knows it for no word of aid or comfort ever cams from his mouth In that cam paign and his vote was protected by the sanctity of the secret ballot In the following year 1897 he tolled the ticket openly and was the leader in his Livingston county convention which selected delegates to the state convention at Louisville to nominate a candidate for clerk of the court of appeals against the regular democrat ic nominee for that office Mr Hen drick was made a delegate to that con vention In his county convention he was the chairman of the committee on resolutions and drew up those reso lutions himself Let us see what her said of the democratic party Hero is one of them written by Mr lIen drlck Jt Is not necessary to give them Hesolved That we unqualifiedly condemn the Chicago platform and the resolutions of the socalled democrat ic state convention held at Frankfort in 1897 as being undemOcratic re voluntary and Inimical to the Inter est of the American people and fraught with evil to the principles of republican Bovornment and as being promulgated by designing men for the purpose of securing tho spoils of of flee without regard to tho rights and Interest of the pcopje Resolved That we relndorso the In dianapolis platform of 183G and point to it as the only refuge of patriotic men who desire the welfare ofj our common country- Notwithstanding ho admitted having havingbeenman convention he made the state ment in his speech at Georgetown a short time ago that he had never fall ed to vote the democratic tlrlet but once In his life and that was in 1897 when he said he was too ill to go to thepolls A few days afterward lie was confronted with the record which showed beyond contradiction that ho hah voted In that year 1S97 and that stub No 21 on the pollbookj In his precinct proved that he hadj voted Now how did he vote If he voted In accordance with the prin ciples he announced In these resolu tions which he wrote and any one would suppose he dldthen ho voted forHIndman and Is now trying to practice a deception upon the people of Kentucky when ho says he never scratched a democratic ticket If he voted for the democratic nominee then he was guilty of gross hypocrisy in writing those resolutions denounc ing in bitter terms the democratic or ganization just as he is now denounc lug the same organization Which horn of the dilemma will Mr Hendrick take He is compelled to choose be tween them for even the benevolence of tbe secret ballot can not protect s have had occasion to use your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Mtdi cjnc and am plcucd to say that never used anything for stock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recom mend it to all owners cf itock J BELSHER St teals Mo Sick stock or poultry should not eatS cheap stock food any more than sick persons should expect to be cared by food When your stock and poultry are side give them toed icine Dont stuff them with worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver and tie possjblemid Poultry Medicine unfCads tie bowels and stirs up the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock iif taken in time Secure a 25ccnt can BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine and itwill pay for ifeelf ten CowaI cithestrmW Buy a caniironi yourdealer r bir fObi as ho jtalked iand wrote then he voted for Mr madman and If he voted ns no nov lalks and writes he yoteM for thodeio rttlcnpmInO Whnawoii derful Inventityi the secret ballot Is I beaurtlesinind Mr Hendrick and was trying to relieve him it possible from tho cm barrossmeat seine of his politicalr contortions I do not like to open the slccletoiir closet of this political acrobat any furthcr but as he Is now going about the state Becking to take from me that which I value above everythlngslse my good nanioI must proceed In rhbTing the people what manner ot man ho is and how little credit he is entitled to when ho attempts to do fame honest men Ho has written a letter and sent it broadcast Over the attorneydurjng5thoago and thatfho acted without fee or reward from me The statement Is Uvery unfair Mr Hendrick WAS not ray attorney My attorneys wore Me Quown and Bradburn ot Bowling Green and Mr Maxwell of Clncin anti I paid them for their services Mr Hendrick was employed by the candidates for the minor offices and he was paid for his few weeks serv Ices during that time about which ho now talks so much tho substantial fee of 2500 Kcnow tries to mako it appear that his servleav then were purely disinterested And unrenumer atedl But ho was well paid for all ho did by this sum 1 have gone Into ithose matters solcljr for the purpose of showing thj methods he has used In attacking me everywhere he has been I am not criticising those who saw fit to leave out party In 189G and In subsequent years I know that many good men left us In thoso years be cause they did iiot agree with us unon rome matters bf Party policy Most of those who left then have como back and no one extends to them a more cordial hand than I do upon their return to the party ranks I am glad to see them with us again and I cheerfully accord to them sincere ro scoot for the honesty ot4helr views But do criticise those who seek to deny their position then and now ask for the hjRliestlhonors within the gift of tho party While my opponents have been out abusing me I have been falthfnlly at tending to the duties of my office and since they began their attacks upon me have succeeded In having paid Into the state treasury 132309935 collected from the national govern moneyfurnishedmeet of the United States during the civil war Within the last two weeks we have used some of that money In paying oft the state debt and burning up Its bocds Qur debt when I came Into office was 1000000 We have already paid off 954000 leaving a debt of only 41000 vhlch will soon be paid oft wltji some of tIm same money nod Ktilj leave us out of tho fund about My work In the matter has been ono of the reasons why I have not been able to meet my worthy opponents on the stump and explains why I could not show a moro active interest In my campaign Some complaint has been made about the feo paid the state agent Capt Calhoun for the collection of these claims No sucty complaint would over be heard of If It was not for the fact that Iant a candidate and political capital Is sought to bo made out of It My enemies do not want mo to have thp slightest credit for this collection although no at tempt had been made to collect It In 25 years until I undertook It They say It was only a piece of clerical work and any of our representatives In congress could have gotten it Mr Hendrick was In congress two years from the First district of Kentucky Why didnt ho collect It while he was in Washington Or at least why didnt he tell something about It tit others coulq undertake it The claim was duo white ho wits there Ho criticises Capt Cnlliouns foe and yet It Is a matter of fact which he can not dispute that Kentucky has collert d this vast sum from the cnvorhm nt at less cost than evprpay by any tato for such claims Capf CaViouns foe was loss than 54 portent of the N amount collected lis foe amounting to about 71000 Ho would have re ceived nothing If iho had failed to col lect it Most of the other states have paid their attorney twenty or twenty five per cent for collection Con necticut collectdtl on a similar claim r04000 Iras than half what wo collected andj paid her agent 25 per cent or 151000 more than twice as much as we pad pur agent Numerous other Inrtnnrea could ba given but it Is unnecessary Jn 1872 the state of Kentucky paid Pike and Johnson lawyers 25000 for legal services In trying to collect part of Itc claim In an effort which failed The records of the sinking fund cBmmls stan at Frankfort show that lit 1S75 tIer Leslie contracted with William Tomllnson for the collection of 101 12105 from the federal governmentt and paid him fifty per cent or 5V G050 for his scniicpa Several other eases of a similar nature rhow thatt the state agent was always ald mere than what was allowed Capt Calhoun Some effort Is made to show that Itdid wrong In making two contract with Capt Calhoun The statementt made that I employed him under the lrt contract and limited his entire foo to 3000 Is a deliberate misrepresentation There Js net a rcnutable lawyer In Kenfuckpr after looking att these contracts who wIll not say that Calhoun could havtf collected as much under the firr contrnrt as he could under tile fxjfond The only reason for the second contract was becauso of the fact that thought tho matter was of such confiequenco It should be submitted to the general assembly nn1 let that body pass urmn the ques the cf the foe The whole case was laid before the committees of tho two houFes I quote from Calhouns statement about It for It exactly re latts the fatCAs to my contracts there was no secret whatever about thenj The terms of the first rpntractw fq made j known to the cnmmltt x i of the lols Inture and hundreds of others and Itt was generally agreed that tie fee was toast reaonable many saying It was not half enough I was called before there commttecs revernl times to mako reports upon this and other mat tots wMcli I was looking after for the state in Washington The general assembly passed a hill with scarcely any opposition fixing fee la accordance with this contract nail their rrtlon was a compete ratir fication of the contract tio second contract being only a formal proceed 1ing under this act Tho general as scmbly thercToro approved and con firmed the contract under which this fee was paid It is therefore surprising that my enemies should stoop low as to try to mako political ci3ipital out of this matter and know that there is not a good citizen in Kentucky who bo grudges Capt Calhoun one cent of bis reward for his splendid achievement in bringing In this vast sum to Out treasury and enabling us to wipe out our entire tae debt Long after the name ofthese men who misrepre sent and criticise this matter have passc dInio merited oblivion jh name of Cap Calhoun wilt still bo honored and admired by all Kentucltans for his bemlant work for thetzjc Ia ming before the peoDio of my state at this time secklnff their n Indorsement and a fodller lion the position I now hoi hope tnicy be pardoned for any seem lag immodesty in referring tq my ccorff end pervlces las a pUbllt pffl k ujt1y0dNervous tSasth- c2hicidns quid NotPcentiDr Miles Nervine urcd My Wife ti7uccscu1lytried drs but nevrr has it toads a be lteriecor than when uscit in the treatment of filj f tpasms Thousns of testimonials pmvj tin and in jiearlv every instance the wt ter stated that the fits ccasel alter the first duot Ner cpcatediiiSciretr years an toy wife corornenced having spasins or its anti I c llsjl in my shuensparaIyzedpave liar calomel and she cventhpy got fomi better but in a short time she hal another attack She was confiriciV to lit r led d three months and the docjnr could flit help her She hail fits frequently some times very severe her hands would cramp so we could not oren them and fife finally pot so her jaw would becortq locked Finally I saw the d ctor was doitja Jier no and ordered a bottle of Dr Ue Horative Nervine She received i5 nrich benefit from tin first bottle that Iflptsone more Site jias taken a number of bottles Iutliasievcr had afit since taiiCthe first do e Site also thinks Very highly of Dr Miles Nene and Liver Pils anti Is never vthout thrm If there is any wajfif nnk ig this test imomrtT strohncr solccause ol the good th Dr Miles KestratlvcKcrv Inc dul mv wife AVii Y ALLEHl P liikvillc Mis jjAll druggists sell and cuarantcQ rirst lot tlc Dr Miles Remedies Seirl for free book lieaefddressDr clal f shall net do In any spirit of vanity or egotism for arh pro foundly conscious of the fact hat II my conduct in office has been worthy benefitindue not to mo but to the splendid and noble people of Kentucky have stood ly mo in all my trials and strengthened my arm In ti per formanco of difficult and arduous du ties I do riot wish to go Into an ac count of the events In our rats big tory luring the time I have held the office of governor 4much prffer to leave that to others Our people too are familiar with It all antI j shall only briefly refer to what has hap pcncd Over three years ago by thqicrnel WilliamGoebelI was suddenly and unexpectedly in vested with the duties and solemn ro sponsibilltles of the highest ciurce in the commonwealth at the moftcritlo al time In Its history The condition of affairs was ono of anarcht and revolution Tho capital of tholjstato was In the hands of an armedVJmob William Goebel had been shot4own on the State House square b an assassin concealed itt the exepytlve building Tlio republican usurper W S Taylor was In the building at the time only a few feet from tho nan who fired the shot Ho surrounded the building with his armed retainers and refused to allow the officers of the law murdqreraThethe court of appeals and of other democratic officials and leaders were threatened Taylor refused to rccog nlze a writ of habeas corpus the most sacred bulwark of English and Amen cnn liberty Ho adjourned the general assembly without authority of law and ordered it to meet in London Ky When the members of that body at tempted to meet In their halls In the capital building they were reflated and chased through the streets of Frankftrt by bayonets In the hands of Taylors mob They were driven also from the court house the opera home and other places where they tried to meet Every act of lawlessness and crime was committed by this man and lila confederates Confusion and cx cpphalcommonwealth Our people wfcre riever b fore wrought up to suchl o pitch of desperation and gloom jj lTnder such conditions bocamo gpv crnor of Kentucky nrid nothing but an unwavering talus In the provldence of an Allwlo Clod and a perfect coafl denco In the ultimate supremacy of the law and the ftcrling goes sense of the Kentucky people could nerve arid support me In facing such grave and dangerous responsibilities knew that our cause was just I belleJed that It would trlnmpi without a re sort to fo ce and that the courts pf the land would uphold us Many of my advisers and friends wanted rail leal and fosclblo measures sited to ipt to nefusetlidositlon antI knew that If the law could not vindicate our position then we were not entitled to success It was a critical moment it was a supreme test butt out of It all came a light which will forever shine in brilliant efflil theKentuckymot lawabiding on earth It was their victory not mine was butt nn humble agent In the work aroma pUshed There never was a time Jo the history of the world when a poe plo showed more forbaaranco more love of order and more patriot ism than was rhown by our people during that critical period Without that sup pcrtt my band would haro been pivcr less The people of Kentucky owe trie nothing for what little may iavo done owri them lifelong gratitude for what they have done fur mj There Is no obllgntion upon themjq reelect to the governorship arid they should not do so unlrss theH ilhlrik I have made them an hcno t and capable official and would continue to do so Jf reelected have dvnmf- dverj energy of my body antI nlntl to n faltbfvl performnnce of my pull tic duties havo tried with all the power I could ufc to restore pe ro hnimony anti content among the ptpie of the state While a democrat ofi the strictest school have done nlUJj could to show our republican brethreir that rny administration was fair and just to all citizens alike regardless of their political afflulaticti have done what little could to reconcile all tlons b of the state anti to bring about a new era of Industrial and coramcr cull development In cur state I want to seo less polities and more business In Kentucky I have attended to the work cf my office In a plain businesslike nay and have not sought to exalt mysvlf by attempts at metp orlcand pyrotechnic displays of brii Hant politics day be4i little man as seme of my excellent critics call me but I haS rather burn a bond of tho states Indebtedrfess than make great speech or write afcrvld and brilliant article iipon t5e polklsal situ aticn Gibbon In his history of the Roman empire says If a man were called to fix the period In tyahltQr of tba world during which the human race was most happy npd iprcsperous1 Jie wotil4 wifhoiTt hcBftclfDn name that which elapsed from Pe daith of Domi iai to thqeese1onfif Cornrnoc1ta abd Yrjs that less history was made during that period thanJn any other time sSncothovorld lifegaa mid cpoalcs of history as being little more Juan the rosjster of the crimes foV lips and alofprttjnes of mankind My drab It Ion as gbveruor of Kentucjsjr not to makff history but to out peoplo peaceful prosperous and hh tiIf I can cfinttlbule in thd gmallcsi I 7 iT T dcsrco to sUiJi a con iUon Lien UsI cup of my youthful aspiration JttfIl be filled anti will bo cjontentto go Uf tnbolewith no song or story U liana dpwr my name to posterity fon4ncstthatproud pf her splendid history and glory in her generous and cblvalrio people Her misfortune s my mis fortune and lien happiness Is my hap pincs From the mountains to the Mississippi with her variegated soil and productions she has the greatest and noblest citizenship the world ever saw ell whether mountaineer or lovlandcrrall Kentuckians brave generous and klntlhnarted Can you blame a man for wanting to be governor of such a peoplo and such n state I ask that honor at youf hand If jqy record and services in office deserve your support believe you will give It If you refuso It I shall bow to your decision with the grace and submission becoming a true democrat If you grant It and nom mate mo as your csdldato I promlso to carry the honorod banner of my party through the campaign to a tri umphant victory in the November elec tion Whatever may be your verdict re member that I belong tn that class of democrats who never bolt their par ty ticket or refuse to support tho par tys candidate A Skinned Fox flue A story is beiiij told in Bangor Me to show tbe grent vitality of tbe fox In the town of Lubec one nighta party of three men were chasinga chicken thief that had a den near the village dogs started fox and drove him past one of the hunters wbna quick shqt seemed to have killed the animal All Lands came up and the roan who did the shooting began to skin the fox The skin hind been re moved up to the shoulders when time animals jaws suddenly opened and then nioicl with a viciotis snap on time hand of the hunter With a hunting knife the foxs jaws were pried apart nnd the bleeding hand was released It bire the teeth marks wjnch the hunter will always carry as evidence of what a Maine fox can do when sup posedly dead anti more than unit skiimcd Albany Argus lie IxneTT ills Luck No sir dont wnntnny accident insurance exclaimed tbe irritable party It would be just my luck not to have a blninul thing liapjien to me if was carrying nn accident policy A life insurance then suggested the FiRint Worse and worse was the reply rthouiauidr anything out of the company if I lund a lolipy Ob kuoy my luck Chicago lost Kut Good Nice Old Lady Will you kindly te1 rne if the lady who writes The Moth ers Page every wctk in ycur paper is want to tell her how ninth have enjoyed reading her articles on Nurserypwith the pinl shirt smokin a pipe The Yazoo Dazoo Dosn Death NotIce The following notice appeared In the death list of n Newark fN J paper recently Died January 1003 Jack iterliiqiuntitieslag illness He is nourned by lilt ovhi er William T Harris and a host of- frIeudsN5 Y Times A VcrjtnbIv Erhcntlcra Oh there goes Mildred and that duke ro whom she iis engaged lien self ml there is tint greatest een papersMcrtyThat be is a real duke Detroit Free Tress In the StilL Lawyer to grunaiiujj CIiOnte171 have you at last decided to take iny ad vies and pay this bill of mine Clioit Yes Very well Thomas just add slz and rightpence to ir Smiths bifffor further advice Condon TiCits Tier of Civilization The Aluets are rapidly dying off since civilization has Id to changesln their habits and clothing The sofIour civilization destroys every ab original people exposed to them Knowledge IPainfulTlie Admirer The fringe of rring nnlias beyond the laguon There is something poetic about tbe word fringe rise Poet Yes vvtf t when it re tens to trouscra Stra3 Stories On to Him Cayman So jxiu dont believe rnceh tuppobe ou believe that men are dueriserseserlrs Not nt nil Some mes tley nlv think they arc OsIrivers IiiiceJj lia Ircs Vigorous 0d Age Paines Celery Componrui makes the old feel young cities their ills It has added years of health enjoyment to many aIife Use this great medicine regularly and its tang orating poivcn will fill your declining years with health strength and happiness Read what George 1ulorse67 years old writes WELLS Co Cttttltmtn Just a word in favor of Paints Celery Compound hoping it may catch rthe eye of torn nfflicretl person anti they may receive thsaute satisfactory benefit Some years ago I hail n combination 61 Lrnalaria chills and fercr ancf grip winch tinued for a year or I lost in weight about pounds trying different mcdi circs and doctors vitli smsatisfactauy results Tames Celery Compound was recommended antI after using a little I began te iinprpve gaining about a pound a week In a year I wd regained 50 pounds of the lost weight and good heaUh and have been a welt man ever r MORSELEOnINSnut CO toil AKYTJIKO ANY COLOR Drcssos cloaks iait coats fbithsrt DlinondDyes fccDiAMoL The bijbeiiiInnIgiwttnre and img beets jnadcvamlier lila Scu Soua1 iporvinlOft sIncLeeAilownojrnotodecclvoyui tbic All Counterfeits rznittIons anti Experiments tlitvt trifle 1th and cndnnierthe health Jnfiuito and Children Bsperlcnco against ISxiCrliMk What 11 CASORIACCastorla is a IioCriAless substitute JEbig Castor OH isgarb Drops and Sopiting Syrups lt is Zicajaua4 I contains neither Oglum Morphine nor oUter IfarcWlii substance ls agoSs its guarantee Tf fff ntrirfi11rf iiia and allays Fcvcrislmcss It cures Plarrliowv anti Wi 4 Cplit It relieves Teething Troubles cures Cq jstipatU and Flatulency tit assimilates the rood regulates M i Stomach and BOwels giving IIcal1iy find natural 1eep The Children Panacca JTho H6lIicrfs PrlenOT e CENUggIE CASTORIysBearstheSigni4urnof The Kiud You llaveA1waBoUitI- n Use For Ovpr 30 Years fITT7 WTtf a u MEALS BY WHOLESALE Extcnfclvo Kitchen Arr DKcmcnts Of the modern Hotel Tire kitchen aiTauseuiente of tlw rnoilern hotel are on the tlrit bascmeui floor There is a chef but so far as I could see be docs not cook He is aim ply a captainyof the sevcntyrfive other cook uho work in nirce rcTpys of tv fntyfive eacli Tberc is iufraug hut a solid think of broilers inimenso gridirons beneath whIch are the fires that never die As for the 400 loaves of bread and 8000 rolls required dglly the curt dos not worry his miuoTovcr the patent cutters and mixers aiiQ ovens and staff of baLer needed to supply the simple item of bread or con cern himself with tire qunlfty of tlfli 11CO pouhls of butter that arc eactt day required to go with 1L I must not forget the Item 6f eggs Eighteen thousand are required every twentyfour hours Boiled eggs do not not overdone They are boiled by clock work A perforated dipper containing the eggs drops dawn info the wattov The dippers clockwork Is set to ItV second and when flint gnal seconpfihaa cpired thin llttlQ dipper jumps up out uof the Wtef and the eggs are ready for delivery There nrolnen who do iiotUiiis else but fill and watch pad empty tljcso dancing dippers ondv It scented to ate great fun On another part of this floor is Hie dishwashing where great jjnlvanl7 l baskets lower the pieces Into various solutions of potash nod clean rlusjug water all so burning hot flint the dishes dry instantly without Avlpinff Sixtyfive thousand pieces of TCbinaj ware are cleansed in a day and anal most equal quantity of silver All told there are SOtt employees in the kitchen departments of thjs liugaiy lug machine Albert Bigelow falhe in Worlds Work v ir ait1 KNOWluGFh1ORSES5 tow Thea Lenri to Start Vithbe- Jiaer and Gct tlucsnlun lUiliiaw cf fire orson Is wcU j7rn A iuoJt knotvln anlmai tir Sc9lRF6rlliiihim Other things besIdes ml3chfcflnov ever had SUrer learned Chlqf or bcsc Ykvs to start with the jigger Sleenlusi or staking lrjaj or standing UiVsum run that stirVcd tile ui6u fluId slibr hi ease to tense rapl tactictfg never tailed to find Silver alert As the hal tershnnk slipped through thai bit ring that saute instant found fellVc gaUi oral for the rush through IfiJ 16nir otcnjtalLjtoepucbaiit spitcty waited tlioliarnesscs pendent on the bauscTirods Once under the harness Silver was like n carved statue until the trip strap bail been t ullcd the collar fastened arid the roles sunpficd in Then he wanted to poke the poks through tha doors so eager was be to bo off It vns no fault of SHverg thntjbis tenor could not make a two second lilb Vlth the first strain attire traccalilH impatience died out A sixty foot truck starts with more or less reluctance but when once the tires caught tiro car tracks Silver knew what to ekpect HQ and his team mates could feel Lariat gnu gathering in tile reins oS though for a full stop Next came the whistle of the wliip It swept acroaa 4liClr Hanks so quickly that It was practical ly one stroke for tUern all At the shcS tnoiucct LnuuiKan leaned far forward ThEIwrrJ nad nd If moving ton a pivot tic tLrco leaped nsodo hfcrs Ieff to tLccisclvcs cac kprss would have looped qt it llfferpt Instant It wi3 tlwione touch of the iasu tItd the stc ccdirg swing of I uulgans bull v1icli gave thinuthc mcapuro wlflfllsf set the time Which made if possible fo j titan 4000 pourills of hqrseflcsb jymp u five ton truck up the street nj a four uiiuute clip Xodo1Djspepsia Digests what you eat This prepjratloD contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of todd ItBlycsInstanbrclicmncl never falls to cure Itallo syoa to rati all the food ypii wane The most sensitive stomachs can tako JtBy Its uso niany thousands pf dyspeptics have been cured alter everything ole 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