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upnddmyjth stream z m a pldlatorlal JrcamjELoafing with a hook and line AintltlmielsbaflIti abkand1Ine t Where the waters whirl about bipngthesfreum1ts1lue When Ifie Bpeptied trout are ouLNReckingnaughtof businosa ronblef dhlletbeWhen the 8peGlded trout begin sHolllng tumbling falling JniiJi Loafing wltB a hook and line t1ttheJ1 iIi t r i g t o n BwarfrIIi a yetlaniOl the civiltwar who was d among aJewofth old soldiers pt tpark ble eror to f icecftt Mr WiniBeld Scott dbiuof the SharpsviMe neighe rbood lS one of tt e survivors f i tbo iUhteciISuantl the l iranspoft winch blew upon ihe Mis issfppidnrlngtfiQ war kill I ijg nteeijvhundred petiple tind t uffei1pgonyai few to escape THe sunHvors some years ago tiTed an assiociatroii known as e Sultana Sqrvivors ssocia iion sand the regularl annual- eetthgi was held last yeek ats Wildwcod Tejiri Mr CplVin is member pf tthe jprgaTiization but is not often able to attend e reunions His account oC experience in tbt great cat artrophe is full of interest The ultana was a transport in the acketservice which ran between Vicksburg Miss and Cairo Ill left Pit burg on the night of t April 23r 1864 and reached MemI phs on the morning ol April 28- nd4then1eftJor Cat Isljfpdj and KejAiiear there the boiler of the boat exploded and toe craft was Over 1500 peoplelosfc t their 1ives among t them being over 1200 soldiers who were re turning rorm Soutbern prisons where thpy Had been confinpd hesurvivors of the catastrophe ave maintained ihe organiza tion many years though of late e ranks have vbeen so thinned y death that the membership now is very small QPULAR4ilhreeOf ihe rural mail carriorshave re ceiyed their ne1wagons1IadeI peciali for Mfap service and wellas equipped ftSfeu for ihe work 7t The becomingfIijc re popular and igrowjng in extfnt Ther are riowlabout 150 boxes on herourrbtites and new ones nrp being put up Jvery day The rnral mail wagons te bytbe vwv beipg made useful in other rlace in many waysr besides the carrying of thilL and tie citizens Of the rural di tnctsftrpntakjn thei- raconvelern 0 a mftflS m yw ff OJcommunication withquickl J to n Although the postofnce regulations fofbid the carrymg of pasaongers no objection iis f made to the hauling Qf bundles ol+ packages and m that way he f tj 7 f ic W i j country folks as well as make a little extra monev for themselves Some enterprising erchanls in other Darts of the state we notice haver gone so far as to advertiset thaFthe 7 HrelIvef goods free to their customers by means of the rural mailwagon arid another plcce an eiiterprislDg sheriff has notified taxpayers that they lijei1payaxd y sending Jilm mony e- xthiuli 3 J i ra rj reFbthisdertment worked 4 the collector don generally have things to roll his waYrSQ easily Ik1 i tT1OONDE mQLT = TIlO anL iiofthef tie race for Gpyernoj came like I a thunderbolt from ai arskyt the man Hendrick men in th r fiiTnl Hti preparing to ake f aMgofaul and aggressive for their man with a good IlCsp of a17rljn tb county or lhim The disztppointrnentn and wasfei apparent at the unexpectedw action of their candidate Such- owQer is politics One nevertj nows on whom to pin ones l aithsA Great Sensation i There was a big sensation in iLeesvilie a IndJ whil W H H- cofr thattPi c who was expected tto die had his life avedbv Dr Etnas New Dis covery for Consumption He rites iI endured insufferHbp agonies frnnjAsihniaJ but yours ew Discovery gave me imme iato relief and soon there fqIeffected a com plftn lure ItRIm larcases of Cbnsumd tion Pnnu muniH Bronchi i 11j dcflntujeiiauV firhi PHI rl ss It jffledA fiii aU UtroAt and lungl ouhle Priv 50unci 10 iuitraitert f th Ci1jJ FJVII- IIruist TPU Oiiti S freo Rubys Sale ThesaIeofthepersota1 pr9Pl rty of Mr Jbhn Ruby took pi1ice at his t dhae on Mla reek last Saturday Ala go crovcdI was present and biddi s was tively Following is a report of tho sale Jerseycowj 8i 50J trednineyearold horse 19 seven yearold mare 50 sixyear oldt more 77 sow and eight pigsb 36 sow and four pigs 2450 ow ahd seven pigs 3925 sow 1850 sixinftypound shoats 28 sow and boar 1950 sow and nine pigs 2825 Farming implements sold well The farm containing 117 acres was sold at 2450 per acre bur the sale was- fterwards annulled by Mr l Ruby payins a furftit cf fifty dollars J T Eddleman was theauctioneerKentuckj Stand rd A Sweet BreathtiS a never falling sign of a healthy at mach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dvspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic foryear3tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By tho use of Kodol I began to improve at once and taking a few bof ties am fully resUred in weight health and strength and caneat whatever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Hydon A L ivcly Octofienarian Mr J C Ionnell icsidingon Salt riv r nea Stiihton gavE the News tffice a pleasant allI Friday Tiie and he laws of nature haV had but utile effect i upon Mr Joune Although he t is put 80yers of age his more than four scores hu e bin shjfhtly tinged his bea d and law which are uuno i red the liourinesj tiion tlly be tug decerinbio Mr Connell makes tthe vee ing statement thai he can do as much Wrk io a day as any otter man Hemin orui u tuut lie du tilt ne poath les wo nd o e half feat d epano set and tain pod the posts the n wit in ntilays time d Ul1llg tie preent spring Recently ie sowed eight acres Iof clover seen in one day nd- f r quit long before nigh His activity and strength 1m an octo genarian arc infleef remarkable and hardly seem reasonable EHzabethtown News TrM Those wno Hare Tried I suffered from catarrh Qf the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elya Uroam Balm seemstp do ev- ethatOecar in Ostrom45 Warrc n Avo Chicago Ill I suffered from catarrh It got so baT could nptwork used Elyi Cream Balm and aiu entirely w lliAO Clarke 311 SbawmutAve Ba 3ij ton MMS The Balmdoes riot Irritato or cause sneezing Sold by druggists atSOc or mailedby Ely Broa Sd Warren St Nwork Touflh Characters H HC Brown land Bill Sapp i two notorjious characters oli COts Ridge eloped several days agoivith JIhe wife and odaugb 5J 1a11L9rJ 9tJ tbe- is samo p1ucqrnanisj step mother to the girl They started to tle west with a two horse team that wD under mortgage but the parlies to whom tbeyjj were indebfdl sent an officer aftr them and recovered the tQInever to Brown been run out pf several commu ities and was given a goods flogging by the whitecaps hn he livednetr Bradfords ville He has been married times and now has two living wives and a family of mall children Sapis the man who was sent to the penitentiary from this county several years go for poisytjing bis first wife e has since married again and has a family Lebanon Falcon Makes A Glean Sweep Theres notQing like doing a lung ttiorou bly Of all the aiy syuu ever beard 01 Buck lenb Arnica tinlve is the best t seei s away and cures Burls cores Bruise Cut BullS UlI urs kin iiirupiiuus and PUts t uilv 5ldnd guaranteed io- xive satisiacnou oy C J Hayt iOi Druggist Deputy Shot On last fciaurday Deputy Cuif ictor Oeurye Neil amidstir eurge Young of this city wentI on a inbonshiue raid near tli bernia Larue county Their hunt was successtul Tiiey ouuct a 120 guiiJi tiil in opera ion aud three mu in cburguI Tnecapuciy of the sulMyiis ten busheia 01 grain per day They captured the op rator and put hem under guard while they de stroyed toe still 1300 gallons of een and 90 Callous of low wines After this was done the parli in custody were released because tlie Deputy Collector had no right to keep them Under arrest and the raiders started on their return trip some When they bad gone about a mile from the still sume parties opened fire on them from ambush and a battle royal ensued About fifty shots vere exchanged and Mr Yuyns received wound m lach hand Singularly both shots that took egecb were at the base of his- humbs Toe Wounds were of very paintul nature but are not serious Although shot in each hand Mr Young was nervy enough to keep up the firing at his adversaries until they ceased firing It supposed tube the men who were under guard while the plant was being destroyed that followed them and it is not known if any ol the attacking prtyacre wounded Lebanon Falcon J LARB 1U lThe readers of this papct will be pleased co learn that there is at least one dreaded dicase that science has been able to cure iu all its stages and that iU Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cures the only post ive cure now knuwn the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Oatarrn Cure s tken internally act lug inrocljy upon the blood and mu cijs surfaces tbe svhtem thereby detryiig the foundation or the tlis eme cud giving the patient strength by txuildui up the coustituliun and assist tug Uttiurc th tioiug it work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative pcwcrs that they offer uue Hundred Dollars lor any case that it fails tc cure Send lor list of testimo nials Address F J Cheney k Co Toledo O hold ty druggists The Hal Fiiuiiiv Pits arc the bC3t u New One On The Colonel When the foiling bed was still a novelty Col Jack lhinn went to Chicago ut a time when that city was so jilrlof trKnsient guests that rooms were atr a pro mium iin the hotels Tne Colottej l finally found a hotel where the clerk apologized in advance for the inferiority of to accommo dalions but assured him that hej could at leasl Have a room The Colonel went to thetrom with misgivings and found that while jit was all rihtj in most respects it wasindeed short of accommo datlons Thinking that hejtiight t not be able to get anything bet tor the Golopel stayed there for three nigh Vaffd theahisitrita I tion with the1k ot ccommcC dations dyerc ime him rushed into the office anti de manded thata bed be put into his roomlVfbyColoneJJsald the Qstonishedclerk there is a fine bpd in youjr room U StioiLt it to mel roamed the k Kentuckian The clerk sent a bellboy upto the Colonels room and there before Chians aston Ished eyes he evoked a bd out of a pieceof furniture iGreat snakes gasped Chiun Do you know what Ive been doing When I got here I thought that thing was a chiffonier but I said to myself Well they are a trifle h hy of accommodations at t Itjsoj floor and tor nights jaminlOf chrrloChronic Bronchitis Cnre For ten years had chrqotc bronchitis so bad that at times I f+ull not speak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffmanjof Montmorenci Ind tried all remedies availaUlc but with no success FortanatelyJjnr em ployeJ suggested that I tryijFoleys Honey and Tar Its effect vras almost miracuous and I am now ciiretl of the disease On my recommendation many people have used FoleyUHonpy ardJTar and always with satisfaction t Campbell fStrange Isnt it strange that so 4tny of ihe candidates were closg per fTonal friends and advisers of the lateGov Guebel Senator Goe bel in llIfe never nd as much for office seeders as iov1 Tioebel dead He must hav pemabusv man indeed who couulj accom pushsO much and at thesamel time listen to so much iadyicp from his dear iriends And of course it is no trouble toslpe the c nnpciio between peisooal friendship for Gotbel and quail ticiition tor a state officer Harr rodsbrg Herald h For liver trouble and constjjpltlon There s nothing better in rtation Than Little Early Risers the la mous little pills jl They always effect a cuicatid save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They ido not weaken the system but act a kttcftiic to the tifsues by arousing thiRecre tiows and restoring the liver to the Tull performance of its functions naj turally Haydon LouJsvllleRaces Nearly 1000 horses arcslquar te reSftt Louisville wai i if01 thesaddlingli oierby Day Saturday ay2 those entered in the stajtes are included McChesney tljie icliam pion of the West Lucien Apple by Abe Frank Bardolph Jack Ratlin jVainaMonien Toe Lady Skilfjl Uledi ReduRobe Jiminer Inventor Prince Endurance Lem Reed Maryijjava na Incubator Jack lYe Mund goldenWishes Nitrate Little Scout Owfenton and others Over iwenty have made the finall payment in the Kentucky Derby aid itjji ex p cted tbat a field of at least ten vill go to tee post- Steeplechases will bo made a fo ture of th me tinu and one the prettust ourses in tthe oun try has be n l10k1 out witlipj tine view from the grand jStand There will be six foncos to ipach mile including the vat r lump The Louisvillo Joel ey Club ha been ncenily rcorranized n hs a net miinagemeijjt Mr Chas F Granger fIt i9tof Louiville iis the Preside hhand thus P Price the Secretary and Manage Over pOUOi worth of improvements have been made including u tew club lhouse new paddock new tables i etc Thj railroads liavA put on special rates for ftc races the fare from here being a half rate Health l For 25 years I have niHr missed taking Ayers Sarsaparjlfa every spring It cleanses fly sfrongqddoesJohn P Hqdnctte Brooklyn IW Pure and ricli tlood carries new life to e6 part of the bpdy t9h aretnvigor ted refteshJEid Ypu feel anxiqus tpje active Youbecome sitting Stead ycour ge s T 4tJs what Ayers Sarsapa ha will do lot you iil1i SUIitutlle Mttnatft ffl Alk Jour 4etorwha be htnn lBirMpullU lIe knows an aboUUblfJmlnc1 old krotlrsnedieln 4JP41T woflbe tnJc T 41r 1 J for Derby Day Saturday May 2j Clark Day May 0 Nursery Sat9day19 All other days a rate ora fare and onethird will prevail The meeting will last for nf teen days beginning May 2 and continuing until May 19 inclusive Quite a delegation will go from here Good For CMIta The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough lure gives immediate relief tn all cases of Cough Crqug and Lagrippe becacse it docs not pass im mediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamalion heals and sooths and cures permanently by en abiiug tho mugs to contribute pureI lifcgivug and HfesustainlnV oxygen to the blood and tissuss Hayden Yes A Shame The Ellton Progress put it about right when it says the CourierJournal ought to be ashamed or the way it is treating Col John K Heudricks in his for Governorcampaign WeI und rstnd that paper has aried corrtspondeuts who follow Gov Beekham to hit various ap pointments who bid up that Journal from each pfcice with puffs ana when ah item is forced in about Col Hendricks speak jug it is condensed until it can scarcely be found Such partl sanship in a metropolitan paper wont do and it will react on it for sure Sprmgfield NEWS LEADER Yes the Courier Journal l should be ashamed of such a course When Mr Hendrick spoke here everyone in this townI knows that his audience large and representative one aI that his speech wits greeted with the warmest enthusiasm Among those who listened to this and saw the enthusiasm speechI local correspondent of thV theI rierJournal vet next day not one word pf his visit of speech ror of tao great hsI imnpresI Tsion he made on tho peared in the columns of the Courier Journal Whoa the local correspondent was asked why he did not report Mr Hendricks speeco to his paper he replied rtU tiiJhe truth of the matter is I forgo ttanoe isnt it yet not strange e ue when you make a study of machine politics If Governor Beckham had come to Lebanon and received the enthusiastic greeting that Mr Hendrick did there is little doubt the Courier Journal would have given him a half page Lebanon Enterprise In regard to the correspondent tbe situation here was a little different The local correspon dent of the Courier Journal we are told sent in a full and true account of the heart v reception Col Hendrick was given when he spoke here but wdep the special appeared in that great news paper it was boiled down to six Imos Unhealthy kidneys produce more Suffering than then possibly from any other cause To feel well to be healthy these organs must bcu ctlve To restore unhealthy kidneys to action there is nothing that equals Gayuba It is recommended anu used only as emeJy fur diseased xiducys Sold by ood arapbcil Kentucky Pair Dstes The dates fortho various lairs are tixed us follows v Richmond July 136 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 215 days Cynthiann July 294 days Guthrie July 293 days Danville Aug 44 days Madisonville Aug 44 days Lexington AUK 1QGdays- Fern Creek Aug48r4 days Lav renceburg Aug 18r4 days Shepherdsville Aug l84 days Mayvi1le Aug 19ays iiysI61 c InfLcldtgSpri 26 4r jdaY 13ardstown J Sep- tNiohoaviileSbpt Ir imj Y s l aays E izabethtown Sept day Boiling Green Secdays foe KentuckyStatet t FaQwens horo Sept 216 days 1 HndersonSept 295 days Kodol Dycpc cia 6ur I IMa tto what you I fc Wilshrngtoiktter ei ign1i ftjiYl sionsof SaTttui1 llOwhflces and free delivery of the Postbfflce Deportment progresses steadily if not ensatfonaily So num r eous hae been the charges In yolvingi the former1 jaoat of themj alleging that quantities of ex t pensive goods were forced on the postmasters tf offices in which the government pays for supplies that Eourth 4ssstant Postmaster General Bristow hds requested all pos mastera of first and second class offices to send in the account of stat on rym d other supplies wTirch have been furnished during the past year The rendingqut of these requests and the examinationand checfc ing of the replies involves so much work that it is doubtful if a complete return can be prepared before the President re turns fromthe west m June and as it is notlikely that any dras tic measures wilfbe tiiken before Mr Roosevelt returns to the city in any event it wilir ba bly satisfy all concerned tojbave Mr ristows reports rendered at th4t time The Postmaster General has YeltrJ taka some tepli i skrtcorrect abuses which shave Seen brought to his att ntiontA number of clerks earned 6nlhe rolls as bookeepers and charged to various ostocesiu actual ly employeb in traveling around thd country repairing the canf celling machines used 4a th6 larger offices Mr 3ayne has ordered baekto tbeSlesksJrom which they were taken bjf Sperintqndenb Beayecs A clerk charged to the Washington city postofflce whom Mr Beavers detailed to act as his special mes senger has been ordered back to work for which he waspriginiSjJy employed and all the promotions and increases of salaries made by Mr Beavers under the recent appropriation act have been recalled for examination and ap proval No positively dishonest practises have been actually proved on Superintendent Ma chen despite the numerpus char ges but some peculiar conduct has been traced very lose tQ Ei tiI32G A sn t spea mg of the situa alcL ire cently that Mheus diiOhargc would follow immediately after tho Presidents visit to 81 Louis but tIe senators cprrectuess as a prophet remain to be proven What has come to be known as the Porto Rican scandal W which are involved several army and navalofficers who have been indicted for smuggling Is still attracting considerable attention because of tbe persistence of the local judibiary which insists on bringing the guilty persons to trial notwithstanding the request of the Attorney General that the cases be dropped ijs8 ejpiatn edby administration offlOialsthat the officers while techriicaly guilty of an infracticu of the law were ignorant of it dad the eases wre compromised by the pay ment of double the duty Draus torn which it Is claimed lSt icom mon jn all customjiouses where the authorties aie conyinced of the Innocent In entIces of per sons detected in smuggUng The numerous acciclentswlmicb have recently occurred in the navy are the pccasion pf grave to all acquainted with the iactst The explosion on the Massachu setts some time ago in which several men were k l1ea the efr ploson on the Iowa which oCi cured recently andkilledseyeral moie theextraoidisa4lynarww escape of JSnsign Clement and the gun crew mt1e Kearsage due to a defect in the ppimirfg and the more recentjiccidenton the Iowa wfiich Respited in disabling the steering geLr y haye followed iin such quick succesa ion as to clause serious nneasipesa And to tillof these ustbe added the extensive damage sufT led by the new Maine as a result pf the firing of her heavy guns n th9 CItSO Qf the Kear Jage Esigni Clement atteiupted tofire Quo of her bigguns It failed to gP off andVaiter waiting Ibr UilIbr 4 I JIad it been ft second sooner THE OLD JZfXlUMJT i r It1W = a i IIMI 7tt l W tevery man in ttte turrets wwild ryMrlfunabletc thOagitaton in favor fhtrewJithincreaseI ChartWir theat1rajiiatfmpletea p llliei ry of th Tr sq1Y hahicit1 more than a work pfiart Inad ditiori to being 5rjHa5 ibIj well executed portrlfc t itmff excellent likeness IMsa caik5sI ty The artist when Ki rjecerfcd the commission to punt ffi par trait haxeryiitmlthttbis- g0 stipulated thatJuBiUHusthava thi6e sittiingsPf unlimit d dJH then These were mccordaismticf Chartra aprie arcd iitb aqKm 0 canvass He askeaMBiiSnlir to assume thepositoahcdesired and the Secretary arose and stofld with his lans1uJiipck ets The artist began iioiedi atelyand in tLTee itt Jr1 aK gregatinfr eleven jhpurguie picture was cpmptNoma- snrements were tae3itht whole portrait being freehand draWjWdTeted it as criticji lib various ways and finally 1 esrutwere taken to which ibe S cr tary submitted u The callipers didynotrayeaLa sixtisettirufih Inch variation fronflf iiji asingle instance1 Mrj Stijty i mucEpleased Trilflrthe porfifa iti and whpnhebja1adin3ockef pose was crtcstdJ jemard that they were uotliathe pocketi ofanothej man tiIt 1Iore Pnh d istuzbncesi of strIker5 irs- neady4iIiVrgeassn DdlJ ualdisordor t Y lIt Pl s work Toss ofsle- sion rvOl will be follow collapso uulass a rehabif rjp dlr ttis employed JUhfirftf motkmg so efficient locnrodisordltlfti the flyer and Kidneys as Electrjc BittersT ItsaW oMetrQlT61iTc and effective jnejryjUae Midl tbs sreaiest alt around medicine for run down systems tyiiiifi nervousness Rheaiitexpels malaria gerayOiljW enitsand sattsfactlongniitdt Haydons drustoreEJ Ulteckp ius thahoal4ae 4 limbs is a disagreeable tr MtcMjv one is liable to have tieie UnMijiU xtniph are often prod ctd fCSI4l exposure Theoss of IkVCfcUier Q an Petreh Dg Itill to ivespCedyYreiIef Sold br W04 if Oampbcll A triilllsf 1 f J t Th Shte Fair QPfIIit completed r IHi teoiftwtl of the principall attractipM tM Iwur W t aturoobi coMtMicSott Iwiththe live stock SilSD qxhibits Ow nsbt Alter consideraM 4iiuuU o dence the cparaHi M 1ceeiled In closing deW t Broncho John Wildi Wesi for a series of exhibib fjfair which wiIibegiflwj t any extra cbarg4or aaMn I Another Jeatie will Ik 1ikt rachig ostriph a m t wcmiUr l birdl by name Oliver W 5B1lit bird comes directt from tot JJcIti tla Ostrich arii l ana will la pitted n dilly1 speedy horti gr M record of a mile In SSS t s JrFoley Sidney we rnh 11uip i II wRobt j r4iier Prois5theiX dJIN1MIi Tn wlt fT If tit FOk = h 1 a7na wecaUl foUpy woDdortityand s e I more oUt than aU other cough tyrup combUfedl Sold by Wood A Camp bell rIiIm amxiuvy ill A YEAH IN ADVANCE Ij P1NGFiELDCYl t L DAVISON Jr a Idt t f L tLbftm4WSSt1Qc IPK 1IUaCtt is aM political matter t Ms pir p ItL slM Jew ral1tct Hbs JML iSktCtOOdS iifliMut 11Mra1 I OMtMttM wi MMiuitou f respect 3 1 IIHN ti tW MsjfcUMftM frn2iO5OO 1r M 0 h i ojTEUM M APRIL 3O1 3J1 Per Circuit Judge Wi JMtlMciM ta aaBonace the r flMLXT SHUOKstttfafectfe 0 er ef CIrcaU dM MUifa the iteywitb Judicial jf Bhtrtft poottbe ooaiUea of jjsay1srGreeR ad WHkingJ lMSlNMb ute ACUOE Of the Deap jMtr Tfiut aithorltti tQ al1J108ncethej et CHARLES PA11ESONs i eatt for the once of Circuit tI4 tile Eeventb JdIcIalF triet ewBfet lof the rIM Tayfef Green and Washing 1t1i1ocraticpd1I Attorney we arorzedto announca- BElf S LDINGC U aUts foet 4 oMceof Cdtn i WiiKk Atyfortkel1thI aIistrkt eabject to the action tat tIte peaocrattc party Primary I cieetMmM 1Ll as Wt ais iwUwrfeed to assounco I MBXRY MCELRO- YMne aWe4a for the nomination fc awMltk Attetney of the 11tJu4lclil district robject to the actjcm of the Democratic party JI t iareituthorizcd to announce Rot DURHAM f Gcee ccmttty u a candidate for thi etfe of eoa molwe 1tbl Attorney li4tt ie the action of the Demo 3nt1e party ia this the Eleventh 1IIMrkt composed of the MMiUee of Washington Marion SPayiee aid Green Primary Juno 6 1909 I or Ctrcatt Clerk We are aathorlzed to anrionnce MR 1tM CAMPBELL candidate for the office of Circuit Ceart Clerk Wadhington count JoyUtrIlectfeU If elected will be asetete j la the office by Robe Noe rpor State Senator J Weare fifttborized to announce V JOHN L QBUNDT olMtrion connty asa candidate for IieeofStt8 Senator from the ltb Seaatorial Di trict tnbjct to tke action of Democratic party FreelBctcoByeations May 30 190SU rt WeAr aWthorIzedfnnounce- I YLANCASTER PrStke eifee ef8tateSnatorfrom the IHk BiiMtUrial district tobject to the I DemocratioprtyJIr For Representative Weare aathprlzed to announce Mr WILLIAM D CLAYBROOKE aa candidate JOJtheoftlce ef KepreeaUtIve in the lower IKHMC of Keatscky Leglalatnrc from SVaiWBtoB eaat When anytbioff is said about a possible RepublicanJ candidate forcovernort ip oppose Mr Beckham tJe tiame aboro all others that at once seems tto strike a popular phortl is that of ApstiasE Wil6dn Mr Wilson basJKJt yetbeen heardirom in the nraitcr and mayno be agree abll but judging irom present 1jkitipus he would make the jstrpdgtstt loan the Eepublicanl Jt rty could name i Mr John W flay yTcsterday lied p petition by the Court of Ap cals ottbe case of Altfe W YMjIS JC and J OW Seckham in wkIc kBooklimae1 llblliti brr icfl as GOvernor was aailisuL Mi Ray says the 4uestIolu in the case are so great r jfflarreachizigi as torequii e i ifeatli flppud considerationtEl aH cl fj k lr f t teltl1ret teni tr to a close He was JiMrgt crowds yry IripT J scriejt1 PA At iWoihe fblbiHH YVb re ss grte- de1 egNll irhe pr J JII l In ItHit Scars Fiftst- o be told the truth about I Lion Coffee The acarecrow coffees are those kIdeunderagIazingolfactorrw Li QIfs sJITOCdU- lial train arrived yesterday yes terday ia St tools Th0 Oim Howard murder case came ta a tlose last night when the case was given to the jury The closing arguments wer a lone and powerful The defense made tho plea that Youtsey him o1 is the ian that Cred U- iataishot and that Howard had nothing ip do with it The sudden withdrawal of Col Hendrick from the content fc Uis Governor was a bitter dose to ome of his enthusiastic friends toho were for him of course but who were agin Mr pecially The L wrenceburghIT which had a short but bailliant career has suspend ed We have the information ia a notice 1signed bythe Anderfon News Co as receivers tt Frisco Sysfem rWILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis Memphis Cheap One Way and RoundTrip Home Seekers Rate First and TuesdaysIhEach To ABKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY and TEXAS For Rates and Infoimation address HI McGuire W E lowe Tr Pass Agent General Ajjent CINCINNATI OHIO That cough you have wont get well without treatment and it may not Can yon afford to take the chances when you know all serious lung trouble start from neglected coughs Bett get a bottle of DR CLASSES COUGH SYRUP and be ou the safe side Sold byWood Campbell Hendricks Txcuse B1o ublish in trthetFof Col Hendrick in with drawijig from the race for Govern and which came as such a shock to his followers throughout the State ci am no longer a candidate for the Demccralic nomination for Governor Afer consultation with a large number of my friends in the city of Louisville and after lung and mature deliberation iit was decided that I could not win as the time allotted for can vassing the State was too short to meet with even a reasonable per cent of the Democratic vot erstUp to the present time tI s9sIIUnand on the eve of the primary i realize that it is impossible tojj confer with or present my caw dacy to even onethird of the members of my party 0n account of friends wi have so generously supported ne I regret exceedingly the necessi ty which in rels UM to take thisI step But I do not desire to con tinue a hopeless contest Ir to do anything that wilt fuith er embitter the already strained conditions of the Democracy of the State 1 have been devoted to the interests of my party since I at tained my majority and I willing now to sacrifice my per sonal ambition for harmony the party that I believe stands as the representative of the plain people in our great con try To those who have so gen erousiy proffered me their sup port I desire to return my most grateful acknowledgements and Ibeg to assure those who haye questioned my Democracy thut mylpp rtysftawtQt e ditch jOHN K HENDRICK IITkeIfdJt and safest remedf for kidney aad bidder dliease js Foiejrs SaCxej daae Sold by Wood Cajup belL aa EarlY lutfrf rIILJI Tw j 4t G News Prom The MhWi tyriI li v= i Happenings Amon th+ County People tjf i J l as Beported by our Correspondents 1a jS tflJInftfliMtfln nnft acc Fi1II r N Cull sold a horse to Leo IIWilhamII was firstS 0 weekSMisses Ethel and Lena Rogers spent Saturday with the Misses Adamsc1Mrs Cynthia Kelly was inc your town the first of the week at the bedside of her daughter Mrs Will Kelley who is quite sick spentrSunday with the family of Horace Litsey near Texas Mrs Alax Smith has returned home after a visit to her mother Mrs T J Nalley of Bardstown Mrs Robert Bhewmaker and daughter Annie were In Willis burg Tuesday Simon Adams of Hopkinsville with his parents at this place this weeK Mr and Mrs Arznal Walston Hopkinsville are visiting the latters parents at this place 1lQuite a number of our young folks attended the hop given at the home of Mr and Mrs Dan Mcllvoy Mondriy night Those present were Misses Mattie Begley Rose and Annie Kelly Annie and Myrtle Lr gs don Lena Ethel and Vorna Rogers Messrs Steve Begley Kent Rogers Elvin Yaste Juhn Kelly Stanley Rpgers Jim Lanham Billy Barker Butler Shewmaker Walter Pole Wal ter Adams and Shannon Thomp son e Willisburg The Grim Reaper Death visited our midst on last Friday morning and took from us Mr JM Hyatt a well known cili zen Mr Hyatt was born in Shplby county 78 years ago He lived at Camden Anderson coun ty a great many yrars and moved to this place about 6 years ago where iie has won a varm place in tbe hearts of all who know him He has been a sufferer from paralysis for a year He joined the Baptist church at Camden while living there He leaves a wife and four children plceerand Mrs Ezra Jones of Nelson county and Urs W W and M W Hyatt of ths place Undle Jon was a gOO pnnion a itTmHuTher a generous neigh bor and a good citizen His funeral services were conducted by Rev Adkios at the Christian church and remains were interred in the Fairview cemetery at this place on last Sunday morning We extend our symp thy to the bereaved relatives The Lord giveth arid the Lord taketli away While you nll miss the cheerful voice der ones youI should willingly give the de i parted spirit to the One Who gave and cltlhis upon the sJent bier and say farewell farewell Miss Delia Boston of Sinui visied friends here Saturday and Sunday II Messrs N G Bricken and Willie Huston of Maud called pIlCrtoMr Durrett ol Blnoinfii1 l ati tnded the funeral of Mr JSHyatt last Sunday hoMiss Opheln Yates of Booker spent the day with Miss LI laI Merritl last Sundav We are glad to report Mr Merritt Foster bett r at this writing John W S therlanl was at Sparrow last M nday on busi ness Mr W T Mofletfc of Box Creek spent Sunday with W gV Gjbbs and family mMr Evert Scruggs has return HoInhappened to the misfortune ofI getting the miJdle Linger on his wasnworking in ice tIan factory at that place M B M rJrrCrilCkVllle Will CoJ5BDOugber bought aS yearoldOmbined horse of Jai Bugg at 0 fWillcombned mare to Rev Yancey of near your town at 115 George tValkerboughf a 8 year old mare End mule colt of An drew Les r at SlilO Reuben Bottom bought a2- ycarold cjltof Walter Foley at 05 J A Tjler sold a 8yearold mare to Le Cochran at 70 Sam Arnold sold a milch cow to John Noellllt t30 and bought a combined 7 yearold horse of J S wat4at1r250 Irvin M yes bought a 550 lb yearling steer of John Crawford at 23andsold a sow and 5 pigs to Will CoilomatSlO Will Bottom sold a bunch of 45 lb shoats to A J Bottom at 4 per head also n5 yearold combined orse to Tom PurJom at 80 and nought a combined 3 year old h qrse of N J Oldham of near Sharpsville at 110 Josh lunian sold 1600 pounds of tobacco the Continental Coat Sets Died on Saturday April 25 May the yrung dajghter of Mr Lee limit jit er a Ii gering ill nss of co isumptiuni The de ceased wasieleveh years of ae and greatlyj bolovea The fune rut serviced were held ai Baptist church on Sunday and were con dueled by Rev R L Purdom Biirial Peters c memory Hardnsiy Scho house l S veril Ifrom here attended county couiit Monday Mr Jam Hakins and family of Wood law o spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Zack Crow Mrs Sarah Gray has returned homo after a of six weeks to re litives in Adderson county Mr W S Y Goodlett and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday wit their sister Mrs Corn who Sis very ill at tbis writing Little Lora Yancey is yisiting her brother iFrank Yancey Mr flem Cheser and wire spent Saturday andSuiitfay with relatiycs at1rt Zion Mr Jetson Lydanne and wife visited the family of J W Hays StindaySMrG Wj Sutherland bought a sow and mue pigs from J H Gray for 3 q Jade The most precious of nil stones no cording to a gcim expert la the Jade on account of Its rarity Its extraordinary qualities and the mystery of Its cutting It was regarded pa n sacred stone nud nobody had a right to possess It except n prince of Imperial blood Arjrerlus Clutlus n famous physician In Anister dam nt the time of the renaissance published a work on the Jnde or ne phrltlc atone jis it wns then called on account of Its action on the renal pys trill At the nme period Italian nu thors spoke of the jade as osIuJn and torIIorIJade are extredrely rute null the Is at n lou to know how the worldI managed to cut It because it la tremely hard JMnt nothing can make ai Impression upon It iI It Is nhvpys safe to learn even from our enemies never safe to Instruct even our frl ndrt Colton LOOK and Short flair- Pranche saya rAng hair wai the distinguishing characteristic of the Teutonic tribes It was a mark of the highest rank among the Franks non Iot whom but the first nobility and of tbe bloodprinces was permitted to rAllfeSStlaw commanding the people to cut their hair close jjronpd the middle of the forehead Audi this bndgeof servitude and sign mnnuni of plebclanlsm in one century has bec4methe essence of style and glass of fashion in soother freak of one agtf the fancy of another CoSIIraCe A gentleman asked Mary an otilf child 1 how manjy sisters she bud and was told three pr tour Her mother njikcd Mary when they teUIsuch nn untruth Iimamml cried Mnry 9didnt want hint to think yon were so poor that you hadnt but one child aBU5Teliovcs Ins nUy ildala 16aVJr uZly sear CUTSsLOPsIhO bleediii g Kills the Pain Prcrento Heals quic1ly BRY ISE Stcpfths PulnTroventSwal1Ings Drws Ot thcI flammatio1o- JtfVIU doW twosayor mocj refunded M 1oO n AtLQ90 DnnOOISnIo Fpr Sal0 by Cf JHaydon L 1 IIellMII WONDERFULPifiHESS Status of Developmetfof Gret ta est of Expcsjtians E4 WORLDS FAIR GROUNDS iT ST LOUIS i now Another CClty of W ltc It Rls lag fn Its WraIth and Wlendor tU oflIiltorslitire EzhibIt4t Its a good afternoons Tork to make even a cursory survey ofthe World Fair grounds at St Loulai What cm may see Is the mere exteyjqrt of a rue exposition It has taken lt deal of ergy and thoughtful planning to ge the great project under tay One who Is far from scene of this great work has little thought of the tremendous tasks of grading and underground work TljqpQ must b wafer pipes to every paH of the grounds both for dally hse and for emergency In case Onlre there must bo conduits for the hundredst of miles of electric wires used botti for elec tric lighting and power and for tele graph and telephone sertjce There LIBERAL ARTS BnrjjliNO must be many miles of drajps and sewers In order that the highest condition of sanitation may be obuuned But this work has nearly all ibEgjn done The system of railway IItfacks too reaching the site of every big building Is no small problem InIWgineerlng The grounds are approximately one mile wide by two miles llone contaIn- Ing 1180 acres The numtfer of large exhibit buildings Is 15 cOP fining from 4000000 to 1200000 feet ot lumber each and hundreds ot tons of plaster to ai nothing dlofsteel Iron bolts nails glassiand other materials The ndsq carloads of materials of every kl114 must be brought In when wanted U mat the Iirailwayone of its most important Details Eleven of the large exhibit building are under contract or finuhed TiIt Palace of Education Is done Kentucky will snake a diFiaY cover- Ing 2500 square feet Thfe palaces of Electricity and Varied Imftstrle are ELECTRICITY BDILDIJIO 11pracUcallyaces Untidr construction are the man ufacturers machinery rtUeraIiUU agriculture transportation mines and metallurgy and the United Spates Government buildings The extracts for other buildings will be1le ttwithin a short time tii Throughout these vast rounds one finds the greatest activity jbe heavy task of grading for the foundations of the 1000000 group of art palaces was one of the Important contradta These tree great palaces counted as one In 50elevenj feet above the general l10ye of the main group of buildings IIn udlng the court they occupy more tlian elgbt acres The northern front of the three buildings Is S28 feet Tbp central building which Is of perinanbnt fire proof construction has a frbntage of 348 feet and a depth of IGGityfet Tbe two side buildings are 200 by422 feet Another grading contract of stu pendous proportions was that which preceded the construction of the Hall ot Agriculture This greai fbundlng- like the Palace of Art la ion high m TRANRPOHTATIOX BUI G ground It will stand well atuit n the main picture as the principal ItsIvast dimensions entitle Il totb pre than ordinary consideration honed pie favorable and commanding sltef ilt will cover more than 18 acres Expressed In feet the Hall of Agriculture is 500 by 1600 tbe distance around IIt being nearly fourfifths of a mile JThe ex tenor walls are to be 50 feet high and the design will be accentuated with towers and other teatureslr Directly couth of the Hill oi Agrl culture will stand the Hortlculturo building by feet Ganlens and terraces made beautiful in yen way lknown to tIre ut ot thollirHcape architect will surround i great buildings the entire area devot ed to these two departments being 67 acres Kentucky exhibits will occup iaoog square feet of space In the AgrfcuUural building and 3000 square feet rfo t Horticultural building- Besides the greater exhibit palaces willbe hundreds of state and fsrelgn buildings and the maller striicturei for many purposes Thousands ttmen will be employed the season tugh- ilnd aU will be In readiness 14ll I advance of the opening day neil lIlnenl iusedtorvery common Linen lunnuscrlp isibarc been found tolded in mummy cstand the Chinese before the him tipacl rTbORomnnsuse of this material Introduced a ciiangp In the manner of writing Iliiai tufir Fm1ttenuponTo write bpon linen It wai ndeatt- o bare some colored fluid which flight get dry and Icaro a pcrmaucnt itbrk The first ink used was probahl ume sort of soot or lampblack mixeI wIUi we or gum wltorJ1l11J the ipppt apsweriwj to our pfn wtiurr l1r 1 t SSW I r It gjLUxttivIVU 3s JMII uiiJBH 13i 11111 igsit W 4C 2ssjii iiiliti i vni iii iWifiiW iWii i The Farmers Supply iollse4ij ft j tSmLt1f slJLtiit Lof cDF i t t f13 O 1 J S1 J a lI THOMPSON GREEN 0 tIs the to go with ybiir piodhctsud toaSp It get your ofS sttj FIELDI CE EDhQ1jiiIU it2ttn fi IQCaHkinds Agents for OLD HICKORY WAGQNSa14 forthe Belebrated craW I ELLWOOD STEEL TOEBFEliESr i3 ni line of buggies for the Spring TraJe is beiZiarrive and is more elaborate than eer1s 1il sqqjpim w fr 1COAL in any Quantity at Lowest Prices 2P S = j faII SPRINQF1ELDKy4Juo5E m m r ft Dizzy Then your liver Isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers liverFor6Oyears the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure AiiaS rta I boauWa1bpWJ1C1rricll BUCKINGHAMS DYE t ters e OaNuM XJIffercat View You see said the old locomotive engineer railroad officials dont look at things quite as the public does On one of my runs a yearnet found a certain bridge swept away and I had to back up about two miles to set orders As I reached the station the di vision superintendent came out and demanded Whats the reason for all thlsr Bridge over Maple river spneH sayd And why didnt you run your train Into tho river My fireman didnt want to get wet Humph Bouueo him for blocking the road and dont you make another such mistake unless you want a years vocation Chicago New- sDitreatET at jure The Stockholm muiteum poMesces as Interesting collection of eyes takes from human beluga at different ages which are cut across in such a way as to exhibit plainly the internal and ths external eye It Is easy to observe that the eye of a young child is as trans parent as water that ef the youth t little less so in the man of thirty Liii eye begins to be slightly opaque Iin the man of fifty or sixty it Is decidedly opaque aud in the man of seventy or eighty It is dull and lustcrles This gradual development of opacity It due to the increase of fibrous tissue and deposit of waste matter In the eye VUnilsh Rveege Th burglar softly opened tbe door of the suburbanites sleeping apartment slipped inside and searched the room thoroughly but found nothing worth rsteallug Ill get some satisfaction out of him tnywayf he said Thereupon be set the alarm clock on the bureau for the hour of S and softly departed Chicago Tribune What lie KneW youlearnlegeGraduateUrnwell I learned how to state my ignorance In scientific teraa Find a Luck The great poets are born remark ed thp sententious person Yes and they are also dead replied the editor Drearily Philadelphia Record SEVEnEATOJKOFGRlP Cured bY One Bottle of CtomWiiTs ICOllih Rcieiy When I had an attack of the grIp ast winter f the secoud one I actually jured tnyselt with one bottle Xf Chain FraukIj W Perry Editor of the BjtcrprUe Short Ule N YThIA is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspooue ful ot this remedy and when th Ightnsecat that- r la the briefest interval the cough toseepperfcctycompanylngpain3 T6 say that the remedy acted ace most agreeable cur prise is petting it very mildly T had no idea that it weuld or could knock out the grip simply btbaBse I bad herer tried it for that purpose but it d1maudItscewed with the secoadat itdnot onry to be dices duration but the iains were farlesa aeyereagd I bad not asciil the conteSts ot one bottle before Mr Grip had bid me adieu ForialeatHaytonsdrasrst ore gr wIiar d THE WHEELE a oeff rifnrw Screen I Sashiii AfA FLPROOppCan be Locked at Night shuterWth1trouble t put in tCanou11er1 Can take out and lay away through winler season withlittle trouble and poe p Must appieciatedfind ceqrl Y jg ifi rt f4 WliSpnngFfefd Lumber UOv J Do not put off fitting your sash tXIaFly comes d o 5a w JOT1NS McER0Vr GENERAL INSURANCE WfN r if Fire70TJfe arid TornadoR y OFFICE OVER PEOJPLES BANKuaiEto4 riijoi During my absence from office jifV JJGrjg by ef1 LsinssflCi 1 v I = = NaeaIie 70s lleeariM JcaClUeJOaileUS WaT rke1L a701ntI ate IIQp1J7Ua WRI4OvQeeC tp nllLKWED For sale at 0 J lli 1r 11 I Icyesticskekeerepoes == A WASHINGTON DC PlllII1ah Rosi ct itsfnm By Fortys Honey ad Tar step the racking cork aNt fceal awl strengthens the triage Ukeafa tIne will prevent attackjif piNit peaia Refute sHtitates SoW by WoodCmpbull tJiatataIee feet IW 1WPlt1awe f M of 1M =for IIIU all tMtate = n v seoetJoMet utim m ESisie1kwNdMd Wild Swst PsSS saG I i oeUk A ri11r111riMe I ai a in tMt t a4 e T 1 IIfIANY I srrfiIclnIuIIr Hmydpni TiIl L j If If it as r t io spRnrimg 0 SS-V t Blue Grass aMt Bf1 HBHTMI Fruit and Ornament al trejrsmaIIfiib rheubartf rI thl fot I andgldnf mStrawby a d fral cataIogcn r tIttrH F IM r LSXhSNUytJ t t A 14TDNT1TEXTIIACTED T PAIN Lq 1NGF1iLt xy AaJtt1L Wcktrictl y BP H LAMI4I N FIOE DSJSIOOEK SPKIJf IELB Kl tjfJHCE Dr linebarts for JMT dM over Peoples Deposit Bk J r ptlceour 12 to 2 p1rnt WFVGB1GSBYI wawi 1ATONEY AT LAW j G IIcfrzo21ak1iRnztIxY nri HUtETIt eaJ br SLilt- iiih IJeet idea ereror n J i lSti9 rkm rClevcs otodrJTtcJeutWt abest TBtj tet totermatkntal reputation av fl rirJ Ids owa kookand an ail TMHMi BMS of letters jet one would tfcfcjc tlMt MaM of W ideas Banat tuiTtr ffijlftfttiL wkk She king of Bedlam BOwftvrtt aiUJectvnd before learn ed eU fe atcties la support of lila Tiewa that tke tartk coaalsts of f sphc3LftS ml eatky throUCll each ot ht JLcctr erat c btotherlike at pea space eft few hfindred miles be 1twt gach Furthermore be believed 1thit both the evUldfr and the Inside ecc of these bubblcllke spheres are fbWted wbicb would give not less ttea ad probably fourtcea thea We it action Instead of the XaWe irarface with which weonebare aeiteatated to a greater or lesser de jgci SyauBcs lived for many years Mar Newport Ky ItfteQtaM We Eatnw sick glass do you suppose you hedaysabH the Fklladelphla Record and Togntinir knr back day 1I018CX1esgJaSsthe rr4cbtd Tttite the actka et Holds He who4 WAheritably reveals some of glass con ftifeeBts But the water drinker too swalkws Us abate In a carafe AX In gifl4M iJtcker have yon never noticed the 4i toe wkkh narks the level that and tn trater has had Well that llnft l hows koW tae water Las changed the appearance of the glass slightly by ab sQr1g some of Its components AndJs jprydayi when we drink ecroriwtter ormilk ire coasuaie a little glass s lat It docs as no harnii Iharey t besot aay disease that it has stctedrSUI Hun Wltk Four WUte Feet IB France aad I believe In European i cevables it Is a most omliioua s1trafor a rlder and especially a soldier to xaiXlKrs wfth lour white feet The fapjfi geaeralrtua1Je who was very petJtlou apoB this point never bMwiacly moastei sack a horse Tli 1nouaeYfBta J tka i1ICku broken chbrskeaeplpebroke at ti Tery moment when ho and Froaate4acerIJanclRcthe Bal cky alps Mounted upon tblsareberse ke was struck by a shot fired at Jli wkm TacolatI Sjfeettowneratkm with the orientals who do not taU ttJthe fact iotbepedlgreef antVUr Ceave1tGEa1fleyerJ letters r Me willjrew latrl ktC bt FriwittaaasasdCity Indepesdent rlJ r i W Wag Kf Q It Stale JwyerTW Jury has brought ia a herizieIrWellthey imiat tjjearit en myaceountM I14eniS Odie was Rev Eight cEits ia pound iis mo what a young woman paid foiTtwelve pounds of fleshMaiShe Was j thin and weak andI paid nedolI rforabottleQf f fast Sitcotts Emu1Sionand bytak ing ing regularI doses had gained parSthe bottle was finished 1- JSight cerits a pound is his heap for such Iuablemama terwl Some more some I tJIhori theifY get your nx aeyVotjh when you bu3 t SchitWr14 30k ittkIT beinfreeTt pro edrrr IOWKE Cgjxisis its has 4eI44 it XCWYGr1c in i40 1t orl- t ITON 1 AHAUtYurIfIr ami Acquaintances I yo want a good hstO ye McElroy Sbulfz have them The best screen doois to be lowestprlceatJ Buy the best tin and enagiel j ware We guarantee Iit McEl rpy Shnltz N wjstho time jlo gu Lrd I against flies Call on John Mayes for screens and screen doors L Robertson Bras have just re ceeda of Jadies 7made all over lace and siljr w istsi J When in town county court day call at the old Karriclr stand and look at Pettersoa Moss stock of buggies t Use Pearl in Amonia Washing Fbi for house cleaning pur poses washing clothes etc Ask for it at the stores Call and see our Ileader the buggy eyer offered for the Money only 40 r d Peterson Moss a I have a nice Jot of sows for sale to pig soont Eoaaat Poultry House There were several horse uy rs kin town on Monday and a umber of horses changed hands 150 prices ranging from 80 tos Rev DoHglas Will fill his regu lar appointment at the Baptist ty church on nextSunday He has een absent in New York for some time fiWorkoneQs house on the old SpringfieldI Hotel lot is progressing It wiJlSI e I a twostory brick with GusinessroomsaIt Keep cool Keep cool If you cant keep cool go to McElroy Shultz a get aRefrigerator Water in Cooler and Ice Cream Freezer e have the best ffor J You cun buy the Walter A Wood mowing machine for 38 the binder for 90 of Thompson Green The Wood machines 01kNMansfiedsrcceivingipments mltocarry large nickbeac tLsuppliedand We are ready for the springtade with as nice a line new buggies as was ever shown inha Springfield PETERSON ItinThe ladies of the Catholic urch will serve cream from 3 to 11 pm wh- iday May 1st in the old srro was ystGre of Jno C Shader All too invited from he small pox patients in the after ored family out on Mr Bfn for place several miles from a j are all doing well and no further spread Qf the diseae is Vr icipated ov J C W jReckhom had en speak here on zt- day right hutsince the with wal of Hendrick he has can PajmeDtSe I r Claud Begley of th county son of Mr JffM Begiismarried at Bohdville eyeerer Sanders of thaMihss Moore performedplacefly l the cerefat he brick work olsonic building newItetngwillbonew build Iandnornamenome structuretow tothe business1 a man lov business if H TT thatstbthamarriedwant ma USlDoJ 5SseatonrtoSpringfield Cheg soddeu and svedjunappearance tobeent leUImproving orkerthecourtkeeping use premlI iCS nHNHfij 6HLQcal1 The Freshest and Latest a Friends shipment busiq Mossus strawberries arinounced fOpIGS ii t My books have been placed Iin 1the hands of R H Mullican au lall persons indebted to me are requested to settle with hinj a t once and save further costs to themselves f OscxitJL CURRY 4 A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church nextt FYwill do the preaching Mr Stafford iis a very strong and interesting speaker Everybody is cordially cltIivited to attend Come and bring your friendsITim Mitchell a copper coloed negro was tried before Judge Litsey one day last week and waS given a finely the jury ot 35 and thirty days injail Mit chell shot a few shoots in the quiet litte town of Willisburg some weeks ago and otherwise disturbed the peace There was a very pretty snow of stallions on the streets Mon tin and ihe manydmirerswe noticed John R Walkers wWacoins Erwin Russell Shanahan Bros Fancy Boy J B Hills Rowdy Boy Mr Sam Nallys young horse and good ones be longitg to J E Smith and H T O Virgin Washington Cnnty has more high class stallions this er than for manv years Mr W S Gibbs of this coun A and Mike Mackfn bought of Gporge Hoffman of Lawrence burg the fine registered mare Glen Mary 240 This Kfivuarter in 89 seconds The price was not made public but is aid to be a fancy one Mr ibbs also bought of Mr Mackin yearling mare mnle at the handsome prce of 150 This is said to be one of the best mules ths section and this is pro at bably the highest price ever paid a mule colt MrJ H Harmon is now man ufacturing his hog medicine for gusaleTedthersale throughout the county o hog raiser should bettw without it as it has been tried bya any and they all testify that Itr t only wards off diseases but ns tually cures all hog ailments keeps well hogs healthy andr uses them to grow faster and to ke on more flesh Mr Harmon s produced hogs here that weighed 9CO pounds by regularly ing this medicine Call and ftvestigatelas ITbe Ole big c urt day crowd ich gathered in tpwn Monday treated to a feast or rather flood of political speeches Go various candidates Hun Willard Mitchell who is out the Democratic nomin A torney General lpdjijBi the short speech scttinf7vlth ttclaimsl eeland candIdce Hubert tlershort aniflte followed with candidac Bouncement of his emnton FTbe sU bout of the twowhich followed these bloureHmina v however jtogtheJudge1harh0 Oleson and Elon Finlcy Shuck rno are rival candidates for thE Democatic nomination for Cir cult Judge of this district Mr Shuck led off the contest and he had evidently trained hard for + his stain powers were re markable He went after Judge Patteson and dealt long swings his political record and followed up with short punches on his official nets and upper cut the judge on his private cbarc ter Mr Shuck often paused for breath during his fierce on slaught of the first round but his opponent appeared to take punishment well and when tine Was called for the second rouhd the judge came up smiling apd began to rain right and left swings and short arm body Wows at his opponent until the audience was almost wild with excitement over the rapid and furious fusilade Judging from the applause Judge Patteson bad the largest number of sym patbizers 1in the audience but of course no decision was made over tha contest The final dp cislon will be rendered at the district prImary June 6th next ihJocIol D JDEJTIST1 OFFIcrn nUKB l P rrannenUy located SPRINGFIELD KY 1104 FssECNAL Louisaville this week Col J B Wathen of Lebanon waa here on M onday Mr T Wakefleld of Maud paid this offlcd a visitMonday Mr I C James and Mr Mahn of Harrodsbmg were here last week Hon John W Lewis was in Greensburg last week visiting his mother Mr Oscar Waters of Pittsburg Ky spent Sun ny with relatives at this place Mrs Bell Hoard has returned from an extended visit to rela tiyrs in Georgia Mr Buster qf Mercer county visited his siste Mrs J B Ro Bardslast wee Mr and Mrs George Hurst f Louisville wdre visiting rela tives here this week Mrs J N Sliehan and daughter Miss Nannie of Maud were towq the first of the week Messrs Joe Wakefield and and John Gore of WakefieldY ere here the first of the week Superintendentwas here Monday shaking hands with friends t Henrv Bosworth of Lexing ton candidate for State Tre sur i was mixing with the voers here on Honday Misses Davis and Graham Van msdale and Elmer Leach man are visitng relatives in Harrods a burg this week SWillHinklejh ee of Nelson county weie t1gupstsfirst of the week Messrs John L Grundy and foriStatewere here Miri Di c J LuckettSjmmendant- r tE Western Asylum is spljhvjng vis1l1ngnother hw Robert Durrett and W D Nichols of Bloomfield were eJ osts of John Claybrooke at xas the first of the weeklDillard Tapp who came home o weeks ago to recover from severe illness returned this norning to Cairo to resume ork- Misses Lizzie and Josie Lee eturned last week from a visit relatives in Texas and Indian erri ton both very much im roved in health I Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance er apleasant visit here left t week for their home vel4nd Onio via mdii polis1heerelatiesf urfSaics crowns a large crowd of eople in town on Monlay and live stock market was lively there being more cattle offered an for a long time Mr 8 M Campbell the auctioneer reports e following sales 10 calves at 1675 per head 11 calves at I 1255 6 calv s at 12 50 4 year ling steers at L50 cow ror p24 cow 15 25 two ows and their pigs for 4025 one sow and a jUsT lk I A G I a NEW TtfTSSpLE SYRUPEverybody vlio knows knows that the d best floored syrup comes from the l IIsweetestan sapIij an early supply this year and giti Is for you inl half gallon or gallon rich and fragrant itU odors from the TzRRNTE hills and ill cansII STRICTLY PURE E SBpYBS JR 49 Telephone Your Orders ii FREE DEUVERV JJ Tpigs S38 three shoats at 6 fquf shoats at 8 75 two heifers kt 1825 cOw and calf 2525 yea ling heifer 81205 several ho1il ranging in price from 25 to tdpo each t U L Hubert Vre land a Was r in ton County Man Among the visitors here on county court day was Mr Hubert Vreeland a nadve of this county who is generally conceded to Qe the leading candidate forConilt befqrhe+ Mr Vreeland is the present Chief Deputy in the offlco of tHe Commissioner of Agricultujre and being thoi oughly equippM and familiar ith all he duties he has a commenablo ambititm to take a step h gher and st rye term m charge of the office He has shown remarkable ai4asJarfIf of Democratic newjsjt papers lj Mr Vreeland was born at Maud in this county his fatterrl being Mr Charles Elmer Vr ejf land who was a prominent muit hant there many years agU Ie asks the votes of the Deriip of his native county j i Flowers Lots of flowers M Ivlhaveaniceiot of flOarj ls in TTJi t Ho9SprTiifield WedncsdalDorning ttIlate and come iav 1t GEO R MTTiNaLYJti IfWOOLt 11 1 will do wool carding tbjs- eason at my oldCjtand n aj dackville Will Jbegin wqlk uly 1st Allpersions havm veol to card Isoliciled trtringGj JnGE WARRENf Wanted A few good Dairy Cows astb will be in the market for horSa rom 4 tc 7 years old Callrpt office of Springfield Lumber Go Notice to Creditors Mj By order of Washington Cir cuit Court all persons havin claims against the assigned estate of L H Seay are hereby notified to present said claims properly proven bef re meftt my office in he town Sprinc field Ky on or before May 25th 1903 THOS A MEDLEY MOW CP AiilJttl iwib iliiti Aitiillili ilfitilitilili ljititi SPECIAL SALE J I oFjEMBR- OIDERY I FOR 10 DAYS Twenty Per Cent Off i1 i Regular Price We have too many g S and must reduce stock i 1 Will also offer our stockof 1 i LM1ES DRESS SKIRTS I fJ REDUCED PRICES I I 1Ii j i I I1 j II- J1 tItt Death of Mrs JXI Bnsor Mrs Emily Hendren Ensor wife of Mr J C Ensor died at her home near town on last Friday April 24th after a short illness The news of1 this sad death was quite a shock to her many friends here She WAS born March 18 1868 and was carried to J C Ensor May 1889 She made a profession of faith jn Christ at the age of 18 and united with the Baptist church at Hardins Creek this county end had lived a consistent chr stain life She leaves a husbandand four children one daughter and three sons a sister and brother and father to mourn her death She was a daugi of Squire J A Hen placeSundaychurch The symrhY of tEeix IentireI bereaved husbannd the utile children I NqJAhSClYeL Due notice iJtareby served on the public general that DeWitts Witch lHazel Salve the ony salye on the market tiimade from the pure and uadolteccd witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hel SalVe has cured tbous inds 0ses of piles that would Dot yield ft any other treatment and this fact38 brought out many worthless t1 otfterfeits Those persons who get hi genuine DeWitts Witch Haze n alvt are never dissappointed because cures Hc don G ttUc SALVE Ihcmp I1Iha r Orea Uone Work Hard Ttuvellng with a round top Calico round to be no sinecure The GrnndI Dccidcntal being a wagon show mov d wholly by road The shortpst jump was fifteen miles but often they did thirty between midnight and morning f and thirty miles over country high ways make rio snort jaunt when you have a fire ton chariot behind you The jump however was only the be ginning of the days work No sooner had yoq finished breakfast than you were hooked in for the street parade meaning from two to four miles more Scwell Ford in Iloraes Nine An Odd Fish One of the oddest fishes that ever swam in any sea Is that known to satn uralists under the unattractive name of ophioccphalus A species of Jf is found in the sea of Galilee where it builds a nest which for beauty of design and el egance of workmanship excels the forts of the majority of feathered nest t builders Its favorite spot for building Is in an old root or rock projecting un der the water and the material con stats of seaweed grass and leaves Revised II dont understand how Miss MilI yuns can see anything In that foreign nobleman lies nothing but a glided fool Thats so and yet the chances are ten to one this will be n case of a fool and her money soon married rhllI adelphia Press iIouperatla One day little fouryearold Corn was trying to stand on her bead Her moth er asked her what she was dons She answered 1ze standing on my head to rest my teetBoalou Hera- ldDOYOUGETUP WITH A LAMB BACK Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers la sure to know of the wonderful i made Dr l4L f HtIJ II the great kidney live and bladder remedy It Is the great medI 11caltriumph of the step lii iM teenth century dis- coveredJli alter years of i scientific research by Ii Dr Kilmer the eml P3 sent kidney and bled tf der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing Umjj back kidney bladder uric acid triitbles and Brlghts Disease which is the form of kidney trouble i Dr Kilmers Sw wpRoot Is not rec onmendedfor everything but ifyauh4veklc- flay liver ot bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so cCeulln every cue that a special arraneement h been made by which all readers of thlspper who have not already trlacl It may have a sample bottle seW free by mall also a bosk rtelllnrmore about SwsmpRoot aafh w tis find out Uyoubav kidney orUd4 rtroubl s WhejttajMBHpn TadInEtbtsiswQt qfer I send Dr KtIicCogInLII1I regular fifty cent earl XI IwINd- oliaratze a ueoldbIl ugIIt- 1x J7 JillI 0de J lIlt III izisiTI 1 tt CUNNINHi TIM r 4i j 00 If 00 DUNGfiNS- And SIORE- e m see tatdisplayol lE jLaeest Lace Tis ff ac cOQot1 unsurpassed variety ot y vj- IIAn GOODS T 1 tin Silk Ginffhams Mercer ized Gringhams Mercerized t Waistingfs t UnickerhoekerispS Voiles c fWHITE GQOE S cf in Nercerized Madris O1fords Piqtles e- C7RFTS c F I I1 JJlii e thehjigest stock Car TapestryBrussells Ingrains r f Granites China and Japanese IIand DoleumsandOilOilO hs fi we have ever shown f Q 4 LocJ7nNslJmost Affective designs in Lace tou6 lf lug inprice from 40e LLLP We are showing mostcmk jof Walt Paper in CO tions of French Patterns CrOwn r Florals Tapestries Ingrains and THes fjl It would certainly interest you to t visit this departmentr w w We offer special inducements to cash buyers in prices and the Blue 6t Rebate stamps Cailfor your stamps JW i Yours Very Respectfully ffi l Cunningte 4 Du110a111 lf i J L The Model Saddle and Harness Stal lion ERWIN RUSSELL 328 Ill make the season of ld03 atiny stables half mile west of Springfield ear the Bloomfield turnpike at 12 to Insurea Living COt Lien retailed on colts to secure payment of service fee Care takenI to prevent aCCidents but not respon sible should any occur Erwin Russells blood should commend Itself to those breeding saddle horses He combines the blood of Mark Diamond 49 with that of Gar rard Chief 2253 and other tine ones Mark Diamond 49 was one of the greatest saddle and harness horses the State ever produced Kate by LaFayette who had ten colts as good saddle horses as were ever produced by one mare which shows that this cross nicks well and produces the best saddle horses Ertfin Russell 32 is a beautiful chestnut sorrell 151 hands high baf heavy mane and tail He is a model inform awl perfect style and gaits Eels hard to equal SIIE1WW MaRTlri Springfield iCy Foieys Kidney Cure if taken in f time affords security frOrn1l kidney and bladder diaeases So1d4by Wood Campbell Dreatol AUac of BooBini GoiqOi Mrs Ellen Harlison of 300 Parkave Kansas CHty Mo writes as follows lOur two children bed aBevarc attack of whooping cough one of them iu the oatoxjsm would oftc q faiut and bleed attheuose We tried every thin gj we heard ot without getting relief 3E then called in our family doctor who rolsya Hp ey and Tarprescribed With the very first dose they began to imdrove and we feel that ithassayed their lives Refuse subetitutes Sold by1od9Pbe11 lT ouIQtfu1Ian l MM Austonot lincli ister lad knew what to do U the 1St hour of nNdIDs wifahfcd sucib an unusoal clad of stomach l trai We pVf IcU I 10t1lPr IQ tbsgbS of Hikia i1rJCt i alt ibgoS roust a 050- d I 1Ii wflfllWC o1J1et- aHldQnfl flrgStre- v 1z r Harmony Sri tlie Leaves era lreeiOne of tha rcmarUablo eharacteria t1j Ucs of a tree is the process of rekfase end if examine the bough upon which the leaves grow the adjBlnxUon J cf the Rdentlfic agriculturist will be come thoroughly aroused over th per feet consistency and artistic skill manl Tested in the arrangement of csck jrspray and the exact umbel of leaves J nrrnnsed wIth the most exqnmte arC r anti regularity Every group of JeaVca1 forms merely long lines some short unde1cll one dltTercnt no two alike co two In the same position yet nIl ea ll rfect and harmoniously blended that there can lit uo antagonism no sameness mid nit those thousands and thousands Qf utrange nnd delicate forms jroupcd toKeth er neither confused nor arranged J r A Faman rortrnlt Palatera dplnlirc The fomoua nrtist Von Lcnbacb had i ono great domlniint prtucIplethatbt of nature one should jenspad tlfat but one thing Inportr itiret1e bend that this exponent ot the soul niiist stand out in undisturbed iintty that accessories of whatever kind whether dress dir foth mkist distract Land weaken the mprcsslon that tis tend should prpdUce that a portraitt to ttaln its highest him and igBlli cancbvmust look out from a backjrutxj of noUuKfiness and must be sfceni of every jQetntl Ihat Interferes with this t unity otptfrpoxeCOamOPOlltaL r t Llterarr ilaJMe SRt irhASP how did you fare at tMHUj on the hlUr inquired WamlerlBf Jilif T He ot Meandering Mllje J v Fine relll the meaBderer Tli lady gave me a little ot tiimt every thing you could menU a Not bashr1 NoA pocket didUl aariclevel- and Plain neater SsdI Tcachor Cnn any vlittjcas ColumlHiii Sndi1f sties gerj1 know ocean rp let T rks are brtldtU UuMhoMtecettUy to w t ly wtiQ that there wu autoo1agaZO WJtirtly unknown A knife ai th labte to cut up foofl b food ss cat vas afterward oooWyi affnNi t Botith Rich and i M aeotwtonwd to this melt hoaKht It perfectly corivct beutti yu ItJOOau1 wt of Jaruw Jk rodncc4 vcr Into Kii Iniui Ts refinement wo are toJ iK from tho It a Lbu Lc- 1L Th t V For the first time in nearly c twojHirs the citizens of Ldba ijfowlicere last night forced to re jgjjjjkfclj to lamps and tallow candles iiChtin their homes and bus in houses About six qcloclr iiiortly aftertho lightsiiad been Tlfttirft tI on for the oVenihprJ the I i ihe tls wore stripped on tim I ya1vo rod otthe eilgLnOat the IecIric light p ibousctFiscal ccur reconveneci- w w play and comp1eted its worki 18 000 was appropriated for t dirt roadiin the county and an l ior3erwas passed directing that j 1all tbemcnoyleft after all necesJj IisMryrepairs in each precinct be Medfor piking te most used i V Toad County Attorney Hill Ii ijld Squire Nogs wore authorized 4t 10 take necessary steps to bper 1rJ pjlte rock crusbrSMI A 8bg bonging to Mr S H a M Bat terfield went mad yeslerday sf evening and was promptly killed W Itrjs thought to have teen bittenll I j by the strange dug that bit seye 1 ral other dogs last weekiherB suit of which was a wholesale dog klilidg by the authorities I A called term of Circuit court convened hero today to try the f ease of H B Phillips trustee f7 etc against the Southern Divi sion of the Cumberland and Ohio railroad company etc There SJ are several pretty legal poms inll j fthiscase and it is being watched iit with interest by the legal profea t t sion On account of being a tix payer Judge Patteson has derdined to serse intIiis case undI Governor Beckhain has been askdtO natx a specittl judgeo ffhe sale of the halbkrupt stock of hard warfi of C B Johnson wM made at public auction Saturday to Mrs IL W Johnson and Mry C R qaskey for 1250 The invoice was 2350 The new bustATtfe firm Twill bti iinpwn as John 4 son Caskey 1 RoM lie toe 8 Ia biTohn Ojs7j was in an il My akin was aiwo t w eyes sunken tongue Boated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three lb physicnns had given mo up rhenl as advised fo use Elec iSStrie Bitters to my grea joyh the first bottle msde a decided improvement Lcoptinued their A use for three weeks and am now L Iwellman 1 know they robbed the grave of another victim i No one should failio try then On 0cenfe guaranteed at C J Hiydon fdrngstore BjHes Tree Home fS jypfwriter in the Bfarrodsbnrg t Democrat says Thewrjter hat i ing occasion to take a ramble Ar through the cliffs on the Ken Ttucky river recently became in contact with quite a rare curios t tyin the SPecimen of a tree the V bode of Daniel Boone in the early history of Kentucky The ireeison the y9fcounty about onehalf jmile b low Cummings Ferry It is a 3holiow beech tree about six feet through at the butt and no doubt tho abode of Daniel Boone while he was in this State and biding frornthe Indians It has T his name called oh it and it can be plainly seen at this late day also the figures 1775 are visible TJie top has blown off about sixty feet from the ground lohasan Ws PUEC 610041 Vitttis it asks the mother as she notices the smooth skin of her child aajTtd by a red or pimply eruption It i impure blood and the child needs at once to begin the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discos cry the best and ffureat remedy for impurity of Lt1ieb1od It i edtirely cradi cL cates the poisons which corrnpt the blood and cause disease Jt cures scrofula I pinplesII A I rheum and other jsrnptiye disea cg IItL ultof im Wood It cnnchea as well as pnrifiek the bloocl not on Xariric s5vcycar Mdest sot Mth1cs aprriiage sd i5IC ist hsi- tOSjC y tute kWdS 1divase of theth I I1g0k fiec t Popl Co ww f Sq55vers D- rL5 uiito TisHtjiy Locked Frpra Nervous SpasinG Phyicjs C5u1d f Not Prent Frt3 Dr Mites iscTrhio Cured My Wife Drv Tillies Thivne 1a been rdiflytriedjn thousands of coses of nervous dfror dersbut ncrefhas jt made a belter record thn zrtpasmshousndsnearly every instance the writer bas stated hat the fits ceased aftefthe first dose of Ner vine wa eiven The statement is repeated ago my wife commenced having spasmi or fs and I called in lay home phvsician and he faid she was para lyzed lie rubbed her with salt water and gave her calomel and she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor couhl othe1p her She bad fits frequently some imes vexy severe Her hands woula cramp so we could not open them and she finally got to her jawi would become locked inafly I saw the doctor was doin4 hcr no rood ind ordered a bottle of Dr Muss Re storative Kervine She received so ranch benefit from the first bottle that I ot some rrfore She has taken a number of bottles buthasTJevrrhadali since taking the first doe She also thinks very highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them If there is any way of mak ing this testimonial stronger do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv lire did my ifcWsi Y ALLEN P JL Elkville Misj All drujrgists sell and guarantee first hot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free hook on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad opening near the base of te treo anu no doubt BJORO shot many a rel skin from this peer hole On the opposite side in Mercer county is a large stone ledge with his name carved on but not so plainly as on three and the date is almost ob scared While reviewing these eliesof the bygone days ray mind reverted back to this grand old pioneer and what the country wes him for the piece and corn fort we enjoy today on the free soil 05 this beautiful bluegrass region of Kentucky Oldest Sound Hogshead Of Tobacco In The World What is believed to be th a st sound hecorrIn was raised by Joseph Specht of Warfen county in 1885 At the time it ya3 packec by Joepn Cannenhold This is the first hogshead of tobacct raised by Mr Specht and as he was wealthy he kept this hcgs head in his barn for seyera years At the time it wapack ed it was worth 12 per I 00 pounds For fifteen years bis hogshead has been bought anc sold by the various brokers having changed hands over a dozen times in that period Il has been shown as a curiosity to visitors to the tobarco breaks The last owner was Abner Har ris who yesterday put it up fo sate It was bought in by Krem elberg Co at 6 per IIOC pounds The hogshead fa finally to be broken up and the tobaccc used as a filler for Havana cigars CourierJournal Barred Out Immlsrranti Uncle Sam has a bhict list of birds and quadrupeds which it is absolutely try jirohlbited says iIiithemongoose the flying fox and the star lug are on the list Tire mongoose Is a species of ferret a native of India where it Is domesticated as a sort of animal rat trap and snake destroyer It was Introduced into Jamaica to geS rid of the sugar cane rats These cx terminated however the mongoose went on to diet off the Insect destroy lag birds with the result that the crops have boca devastated by insects in some sections of the island The ani mal M exceedingly crafty nocturnal Its habits and evades traps with ease The flying fox known also as the fruit bat Is a voracious harvester of frutts and vegetables The starling belong to the row family i FINE AGRICULTURAL DISPLAYS No man is more capable for the po attica of chairman cf an agricultural exhibit committee than is Colonel Ion B Nail the state commissioner of agriculture Colonel Nail is at the head of the Kentucky Exhibit Associa tioas committee on agriculture and horticulture exhibits and la stow work Ing out the details of the display to be mode by the state In these two de partmenta He has assbciatcd with him a committee thoroughly versed in everything agricultural and in addl Lion to this has in arrnf of workers throughout the state having appoint ed subcommittees la every county of tho stats d ChlcUon Pox nod Smalljio The eruption of chicken pox Iras aa Imperfect resemblance to that of small pox but can never be mistaken for li by tile experienced eye In smallpox the eruption of papules first apprairs on the forehead the papules always become bladders and the latter al itnys develop Into pustules tltaj sooner or later their contents fret cKaugwl Into pus Then tije center of the pustules undprgops peculiar slnk lug that In some nleasflre resembles the deprcsalona jj n mishlon or pu Idod chair where the bistTouti pro spelt In chicken pox there Is no such initforiq ifot end tk depressions atre absent The Information Vas IYe 4olniizli what iiiiCrronooisI ir4ratiCpa uifbVig1itl prSII hsrIiIt yttrjy UJjbbtJ is a bad tnan pg is ouf tlt lrigItea pT19ve13nJ j V tii 1 j wIththi1 FOGS WINDS RIED PECJIJIE5T- lio awiiuunsts1sezid Upon Tlctra acrfcKi4TlJ4J3 Wind of Svlt ctiaui h 4 tIii tiC4 melons Purca jSof ibwrin K i xj Ih mountainous countries such as Scotland a tog dstfaily forms nt jthe top of a trill anti works dpvuvranl Tea cold inouotalji teh qfiotlng a warm current of wet airs rcndSnf ItatnQlire- vlsibIeand tKU cldfp bcijifflof fSw cr temperature thait the air tflowaud therefore heavier drops gradually to tlio valley Colorado howeAxr can show an exception to this general rule Therein viuter tire frost on the low ground is so Intense tbat a fog ofton forms In the valleys hind works slowiy up the mountain sided This la known by the Indluniiame of pogonlp Peru has hundreds of stjuaro tidies along Its coast of rainless country la tills tract rain is never known to rIfront one ceaturys did to another Yet the region lt not cntSroly barren cf veg etation Sortie parts of it indeed are comparatively fertile This Is due to the extraordinary fogs known as gn nas They prevail every night from May to October after a suinin rtlnit is sultry and oftend up to level of lt feet above the sea Above 1200 feet rain falls Tho calina of Spain is a fog we may be grateful that wo do not have It Is a dry yellow mist which sonic times hides the sun for days at a time ovcrvast tracts of count r and makes tho sky look as thought covered with leaden gauze Another ccullnr freak of weather we must bu thankful to escape ii tie willhvau This fcm of storm la confined to thatfaroff island Ticrra did Fucgo Tire coast la iudentLd with deep fiorda crowned with high moun tains Down front their gorpa hops the williwau A low hoarse umlter lug is beard In the distance Siuken ly vitliout the least preliminary puJT a fearful blast of wind drops upon the sea The water not raised into waves but driven IiTto line lUst Ior tunctely the shock lasts hut ton or twelve seccnds end culm follows at occe for no Avssl coUl Ktid such a wind for even trait a KUIUO iKirlug the coming and goingS n williwnn tire barometer may be watched to di op a tenth of nu inch or mora urd rise again at once Slmllrr In ime If not lu nature is the willy willy with which KalgOir 1k gold diggers arc acUtiutt cost Dtis t ple call then IViuiay be seen dane long over tho desert ne will dive into tlii Irr itlie slc widovannau street t ttVC27ibTbeviiS will steal tasIhoist a litte the roof from a Shcd1 some pant tg ot tire country wire 0are iit1iOr1 over the rotfa of hutsac iiorj front the attacks of tiKctitl lltll whirlwinds Host people Lave heard oJulc f0iin wind of Switzerland tbatrm jjj gale which comes over the jnt iij arid iu spring vill tacit trotsnow in a day Its cause js mV po culiar TLe fchii conus fj in south As it strikes the Aips itls ti like most pales whkh LAVe corrtf se but tie south faie of lc iiou talus receives its rain iind as itt trose the summits it is dry TLe w viig current is also cpniprcsrcd Jind isfore dynamically heated A3 it t ti into the northern valhr la a caturt of air it gains bout at the rte cf adegree tar every 10J feet iltSve It usually blows for two or thive daj causing great Sufferrj by itr dry ard lc oppression VLlli it Irrts tlo tw Pjrptnre ij abonttLIriy divcs abo the average The cLiiioo of Dr ish Columbia and the vi tnrii side the ft led States is very similar to tuba Eiiglaud lias adopted the lAcicr word bli zird for a gae with suoi But the blizzard however yust lo the ferocious burun of lii ciiv steppes of Asia and tle urinorthern Siberia To Eait1t ii si such as these incans death in a f w minutes however vuv clad f tlie very air becomes uulirea liable tilled Is it with spikes of Ito drift Khamsin is the Lot wind fn t desert which bovj out of th Salia upon Egypt The word unii tiit from tire IdeA that it lasts for Lf days The khamsfn is terribly and dry and sometimes brings pcsi leuce with It ned snow we have all heard cf is caused by a niicni ojiV irifuyuv growth and only oc urs in sicv t has haiti unmelted for a li1g time Spitsbergen recently green snowIr been rioted tinted by slut r eigt tits GoJil dust snov has often sven hut only in spring At oia tin it was n mystery how the surface new nfln snow attic fo lc stti with a shining yellow di p st Now Is known to be due to tIi pollen pln4 trees Pearsons ViLiv bctS Mrs Laur S Webb ViceIrc iJdent Woiuanj Dono erailc Ctiln ol Abtliifrr Oliiu dreaded the change of llf which was fast approacliirg noticed cf Cvdui end decided to try a hot tic experienced torte relief the first month so kept en takng it for three jnonlhs and saw mepttruats with nd paia and i shell take ft off end on now until have paired the climax Female weakness disbrcfercd raonsca falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not war off They follow awomaivto tlicchsngo of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardni now and avoid th trots Lie Wino of Carduinever fails to beasfjt a suffering woman ci r1jevedMrgciWiscn youcupitathec1rrs ofMrs V1Jh latter will npnni inGre to ycu thaiit no lltycuinaynowaosdtbesu- ffcripiy tn Duggrs- izsUt tlk3 WLwi ei Carfqi IIEDINtENTUGKY WPIacfrdi WiliBecomfeFa miliar af Worlds Fair I SGRIND DISPLAY OP QllR RESOURCES Tvr StsIx Thousand Squiira Icot of Spaco Secincd For Kentuckys Mineral Cslilblc In the ailnca anti ZUctnllurty Building at tiiuEt1OSttiOUS The ffcor plan of Kcntuclos rain pral exhibit to be installed in the Mines and Metallurgy building at the isImade public this week by the Ken tucky Exhibit assbclation It was drawn by Professor C J Norwood ctato inspector of mines who is chief CJ NOHWOOO CLf CcUr to Mineral Kxaiblt tii1 c Lexington rounsrUor I the rulnfral exhibit om site of the t sfiatir and ha hI en ar pfovf ri y tir clairmaa of the oijaUtcy oir iliyor Cliaa Pi Weaver of L uK7i 4i has been r scaled by Cveryon with the allghtcst knowl fliig of Kentuckys viineral resounen tlat the Blue Grass state vcalihlcr in thIs toRaril probably than any ctic r comhiOnjvraHh In tho Union This s a fact tl atiatb be brought prominent ly to thje aUcntioi of thousands nail thoh anis of viVltrs at tlie cxvosltioni study of th floor plan will stow that every variety of mineral is to bo given il eoil displaji Chairman Vavrrhai Burronndl himseir vvth pxfrrt rittcmn on these mn fraB nail lftntickian may r st a- ssarj4tt the bet exIiiUit ever matin- ttTTiealiu beneath the surai e v iy be founl ct the Louts fair The llojr pkn shews only 5000 foot cf H Tft1 f LiiiCats JikikW 111 LIftl MIneralIExhibitlf ppasff Ih ain to tLia the ossAia 1doi h3 hifi 000 square feet n i5i liiotaj ltrtt Of the Minca- and t1LtSYjuidtIug Rni fceria ki viil be 4dliat exhillts ol ir4o1Ilaye apLaIr etc ON rtIrl COST 13000 SyI jy will hax tho istetionon t Ui rfrig ISI SiO th Vi ijs ur Mr ldi r T tt ifi rat g uiginecr ata Jrjit in haryt iho rrfriKprutinj- r liulu ft the ovposllloa vrii y IxiuisvilJc a siioii tins ago anJ Iivit til ih5ltry Vct Machine copn- put ii a ion rofrigcrirng ia vii at tli1 riS irvitAtioT It ttd ami ioUttirt EigacJ lo tal A li15e V Km rofrisV atiis iiipity ij about eciivairnt te i nis1 ILat will isials 100 tjn el LI horc The Ilrnry Vo Sis iri rnuany vvjll expend 1000 Snin makinfli itir exhibit ccp TET MANIFESTED iiTi fr rte rf fv Kent rVy olsrti to e rri aiJproprirMon nt Ha itit t ritiions of t 10 0 3r tc be lropery- r 1t li8 iilTlls opportunity is n IT of Thc Ki litcu wa3 f5r5t 5rrc a3 zt a mcnsure rvko inatlo by tte rl cnc vitllTle unlrj t fct of the ciqana ti It ti cNYI Th h Is cia iS If icl tlrit tho rpovfrin- t3zr tf sraccalion has al irjy itiJ ip incre Interest iiirojf ivtK ate trat 1j hivo ome ft rn niiiroijriitcn in muny iries tif trol votJ to the 1OiZ y lid ors tat5oa 4 Whatl ijovn ai4 goose flesh Usu y ally rwnit tin a condition of the system LIIu4 feuliy a slight chill If you bao rufb attas often it would be wise f JP yfet to consult a physlclai 1Iiolr hnst Yes roibarkod tire sad looking stranger Have seen the last of many a fioml Ittan4 Doctor or undertaker queried the mull beliud the white apron Neither implied he of the sad looks Im n shoemltker Iieei Timoniut Inji lirowi study 14 lots uyus 4ustthitiklncr Thrikins vjiatf fIwjts Just vondcring whyn fellow never hag as audi tToubJc borrowing trouhl as tlc trouble he bits borrow lug other tiling t4i ttrn1onmImil Tale Duwt Say our backbones nrol like fif riafjtorlcs rcnt theyf rvfJhIfiItrrcjvo It DI1iWitV1nnIirut2ed Ua pur nccks1 ilnityayd anjp ion Iso man ever jacknoTyledges a mistake p quickly as 4hen lie pqts the lighted end of a tlgar WONDERS OFT NEEDLL- ncitrtu1 W 4c Of 1jrtIsanss 01 4s Voiinr Ccni s 3iiG wonders of the tractile were la iraelent times In TJj iiattdia Baby lonia tind 1liocnIcJa rfSbii1y lavished by mtamen on veils na iiangings or templet Connoisseurs cppjslder the veil dtcorathis tjie todiboIhamuied at Medina priced At 10tmJOQ nipees tIre niost marvolons pl teobf embroid interlacing of scrolls iU5arab5sues exclusively lellnented v4iF rare pearls and precious stories puSjuces when exposed to tlus rays of llkl sun a stu pcndous elToct of coloiin fipf t gad ban monious and equal t thbd graceful ness of the design LlnjpjijS Silks leath er ninl the rlchcsl stuffswere in turn bcmitiflcd with Httlq uisigniflcant tool tine needleI- laphmn nous Indian uiiujdia charming ly cmbrold red with grpe jJcetle wings la still renowned as welf fe examples cf paired spangles and arMiclal pearls strewn amid devices wvo nht In gold But wjjera is now to be filuid the Imit ooaiparable Deceit musllirjjtlilrty yarda of whlph were once lmielot1 i for a tnt bati in an ordinary coccatout incrustcd with gems arid presented fe a Persian ambassador to his master the shah Other varieties known jjfa invisible have also disappeared Ttie term orig inated from Uie fact that Jwlisn dipped In water or spread out on tjhv grass the miterhl was lost to the We though Its extreme finenessiThe trained fingers have 1appcared and tliroiiRi rioJcrn enmjdiltion cus tomcrs are no longer wllllilatto pay the real value of genuine liardhV ork This superiority of eastern enifj men over their western fellows waslcognlzed cvturies ago first by Portiijijjose who voro in the habit of sciuni g satin to India to be eisubmthrts1 byi ttt natives after European designs ir fashion whUbat times render sonli fvhat puz tPng the clasaillcation of 0 4 marvels of lnnidiwork The Fremlr followed strjlince the majority of tic Louis XVIIwnirt set tncludli coat waistcoat a djbreeches in stln velvet plush or fded silk so exquisitely adorned w4 delicate sprays anil admirable border wrought in satin and tambour stitcljjesk tire lao to the skill and Industry fif the Chi niu who hhVc reproduced ye French devices with floss sllli In nitlm lovely and fist colors which stilju ppcar In all tier beauty with a melfmness ira parted by time which furtbjr adds to tLcir ch arm Ledger MonthJJr A CHEAP SQUARE MEAL Succensful Sclicrie That IVhhjWorlieil by Two Iluiijvry 3l4 jOne of the cleverest gr4yfep ever saw vjiSv worked the otUeg pny iu a iricl lunch restaurant on Faik row ssid the olwrvrr I notice Wo men taking earnestly Just belou lllie place as I was yiug in to get nay Ityich One ef trn fallowed me in aiulMrk a seat ftt below me at the thble aJfew see iU later the other cntercdjid took a tfit just opposite his friend whonf he did riot appear to know The first than on red a very extensive dIPqer con Uifin irg with soup aud oncill g with ciiiirloue ruiw and coffee If got the rerv liest that the place coulil afford uil liis thrrk for 135 asJTjlaced fittt of him TIre other ruajitook his- ti51ut orderlij yutaitlij corned lt al bi usjjfjigents wpjth Ills iltIc uar4ll In the center of the tlll UgfipSn the two men crotie aJe hastily ajul finished tIHa got up put on his hat and a calmly kked up the ten cent friendjd k liil 10 cents and waft fl out A fw mliiutos later numlerj two who Pad Leon radiig till paptil prepared to Iev aud ttO up they tpmainini iIe k lie appeared greatiJuriirisedL aijd alletl the iplaiatlau There was uotllfc for th knight of the iinpldii to do 14ffigivc the inun a new tens cent check us It vas viiy evidnt that he lied not eaten 135 vrorth of food I support that tlc two nut otltuhe and r thejiifxt place viii uuuiKr two got ttsiiuare- meNevr York Mall and Express itj le Meet ilie lrc lilfii nslly- Oo siiiijj itti mtirittC4pasli irt lifo is tie ease witliMvhich an Iii rviiSn cap bt held wltbstlic proud diiit tln nioinbirs of the d1limret and the holder of olllco HoVthey got tlmiurh trir current wo44S with al- ljJse iutirruiitUn Is a mjitfery but v o It is undoubtodly tftter that n sulijiVvalipuld bo tliscusifd do vive viis witjiThViiiief tlii thji lt should tluugb nllat a iiuolcto artlit a Jitrr or less gTiTkal erson at hdiirtiTB The rcrtrH iirs gopd fit r liims ni cftrnj trlMlhPf liiid wlihtakcv wtol nnilUnolithsTti iirahir cotntry A iso It jiaian na tutv Jo tali uiiri lnturmxt t ija lIsoni aitly than In a iicn nnni 4ionMaud Iauncffotc In Mut te tb GtMury HOLDING A CldWR Cotuis In a iIai s CJinrocc the Act Said lil j5eu e l5ti 1tLla5ut ri lii1 riid ovtijitrtlt- IM siJ fir oI1ri how yt j ou iiii one fii ilro tint iut a dzc diTirvut vv nd riilily ro twt jut lull iiilr ilrsiii riilo it- A juilo if liinuia tuturaiaiuy illrh Iiteiir P2ii as trtfromu tvt Iiiug IiitdAer Ome liini will bold histtsfyr lbCtv55t tub aid forciinip liu U usiy a ivvoIutA tpnatljw w nirj 5ins cr jn lv ili mjc Ss tIn i iiy lHt4tvir lazyj Ms Lit K0iimvtiiijy iji loase3Ltoitiid ant to bo ricefiil ij Irreso lute a iuai of arliUie tein ramojit but Lot a hustler Ilia fiageejAjjire long tapering Jf A tMrI wan will early liis far with the lighted end Jurnctl in tlg ardtise palm the hnid hold scoop Elfujprousd it He picked up that Vrfqlj wlicu smoking on the sly as a bofeariug papa iuigt break suddenly ifhto the game 113 la Usually nfn trwir na specIaltwmdennyI A fourth will hold his ciB awk vatdljv OicryousJy gripping it often stariiy at It IniiUisItively to s3Loiv It is burning Hoia not a uatuiijlj snul cr nor Is he apt to be what lliiown a sort fellow lie is nsujy aux ious bcoiciHate others atjd ia dot great farco of characicr w Watch the man h lf1inpliAr nnrl If nirtie a cliarctcr dr5vi4ns are not correeLlewYorkWorldj jhmuionieagflSimpson P9 oiy ufrthing abotit art abt art- ItetroltPtce donttrouble prM ibouts turAlcWacii ftlolx I EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS Of Ivcntutfcy Tbc DC Well Die plaid af the Fair PROFESSOR BROWNiLL IN CHARGE Committee of Prone nent FiucatOrs Arf riglns Fur Collection cud In stnUatibii of Kxhlblts Mticli Interest Helny lukcn la School Tcacbfifs Contest The display Kentucky is to snake In tho Educational building at the Worlds Fair next year will open the eyes cf educators everywhere tp Ken tuckys possibilities In educational af f2lrs The Kentucky Exhibit asaacla Lion tins placed at the head of Its Edu catlonal exhibit comralttee Professor II O Brownell principal of the Man ual Training High School of Lous yule arid he has appointed 20 of the states best known educators as his as sociates on the committee They are as follows Professor H V McChes- ney Frankfort Profeseor R P Hal leek Louisville Professor W H Bar tholomEw LOjUisvlllo Professor F Paul Anderson Lexlagton Dr Chase Palmer Danville Prcsident Wit llam Diawlddie JacVgon Dr W G Frost Berea Dr B Himtoou Louisville Dr E Y MullSns Louisville Dri Arthur Yaacr Georgetown Superintendent M A Ccssrr Lexington iSur erln tcmlcrt S L Frogge Frankfort Pfo fcs or C Crabbe Ashland Protein sor McHcnry Rhodes Owensboro ProIProfessor Enos Spencer Louisville Miss Pattle tS Hill Louisville Mrs EUsnyE Bracken Louisville and Mrs M B Tucker Louisville The association hits made applica tion for 2500 square feet of space In the Palace of Education at the Fair tad It la reasonably certain that It will x H G BROWNELL Chairman Educational Exhibit Corn mittee c isvHep- ecuro this anipunL Profeszcr Brow Inell recently mantle trip to St Louis to concr with Mr Hjward J Rogers chief of the Department of Education relative to Kentuckys exhibit in hit department and had a very satisfac tory interview Mr Rogers promising Professor Brownell that Kentuckys educational exhibit would be well talc en care of Professor Brpwnoll sinco his appointment baa devoted much time to tie study cf collecting jyid in stalling the Kentucky educaicnal din play and has decided to classify It un der eight groups at fchpwi Elemen tary s ccadary Lighor fine tints agri cultural commerce ar Industry de fectives and textbooks and furniture There will be several classes in these groups showing school management organization statistics pictures and plans of buildings methods of instruc tion results obtained and pupils andj students work Another important factor will be the training of teachers uooJ exhibits are desired by Professor Brownell and his committee front the graded schools rind rural schools of the state and also Illustrating the work of the mountain schools It Is his hopo that every educator In the state will help make the Kentucky dim play one of the most successful In tho Educational building at the fair It jis believed that the deep interest to be aroused by the school teachers popularity contest inaugurated two weeks ago by the Kentucky Exhibit association will greatly increase inter est in the educational exhibit Educe torn In every part of tm state an awake to the Importance of having good display at St Louis and at th same time are lending their efforts ti waking a success of the contest where 1by 120 of the most popular teachers c tJuTstlrtt will be given free trips to tnr WorldohkiF Every educator in Net tacky is cUfille to election in thit contest raemb P of the e ucdtlona committee aloneNe3fcePted They ore barred tor the rethat the count lag of the votes is tQconducted dot their tupervjslon v A WORD 10 FARM T h PAINES OELE1RT COMPOUND The Home Friend of the t Farmer arid His Family Afire the lalx rs and toils o the summer tune and hancsiiug of crops in the early oulunin many of our tanners their vives daughters j ithealthsufferingh Siivertrouble in pausc uu deprenujoofto cold damp winds md rains while toiling iin the harvest field now feel the twinges ot byiwprrjvtormented with the pangs of dyspeptic- sIckly1snballrecommend with all bcnesty and ccafidenc the workers friend Taines Celery Ccntmound the only medicine lint can quickly and lull vigortthinto the stomach it removes poisonous odds from the Wood hich cause jhcumatinn it feeds weak arid diseased nerves cad banishes neuralgic tortures it purifies the and Rives trpe vitality and life The use of Paine caleblislurag I the rigors of a severe winter JDIAMONDDYES1lrcilicilBcIoUiM r ineit frTeuIc Ttcjl leclaf jickttv casts caps cklnts I wtfl u drtafj cuts rfyei cccli Via ntrtHiapaelntSats specIal department of advice end dyeingSend I I Direetbojuokflti454red rti I AigcIab1e1reparationtorAsci titittheStomathsattl3cwtelsot Promotes DIgcstfonGheerrur ncssandRcstConlainsnellker OpiumMorphine noriraLi- oT1AflCOTIC jeraouThcfkt2zIzu41r5tmna BltUJtt 4IZ5tItff4gkilIa Jtpcrfecl Remedy for Cditstipa1 Ron Sour SlotMtchDiarrhoca Worms ConvulsionsFcverish ness and Loss Of SLEEP Vac Simile Signature of NEW YORK LcoPk KNOWING FIRE HORSES flow They Lcara to Start WItk tbe jljrzer dnd Get tks SnIns The Intelligence of fire horses la well known Almost knowing animal of this kind la described by Sewell Ford in Horses Nine Time author saysof him Other things besides mischief how ever had Silver learned Chief of these was to start with the JIgger Sleeping or waking lying or standing the sum mons that stirred the men from snor lug ease to tense rapid action never failed to find Silver alert As thehal tot shank slipped through the bit ring that same Instant found Sllver gaUl ered for the rush through the long barrow lane leading fronv bis opcn tall to the poles above wltfrlj like great couchant spiders waited the harnesses pendent on the hanger rods Once under the harness Silver was Ilka a carved statue Until tho trip strap had been pulled the collar fastened and the reins snapped in lien lie wanted to poke thin poles through the doors so eager was ho to be off It was no fault of Silvers that IsIs team coaUl not make n two second bitch With the first strain at tIle traces Ids impatience tiled out A sixty foot fruck starts with more or less reluctance but when once this tlrea caught the tsar tracks Surer knew what to expect He and his team mates cpuid feel Lannl gnu gathering mUle reins fas though for a full stop jfext came the whlstie of the whip It swept across their flanks so quickly that It vas practical ly one stroke for them all At the sanip moment Lannigan leaned far Ibrward and shot out his driving arm Tot reins went loose their heads Tvent for ward and as If movinJron aplvotttht thrc leaped as one horse Left to themselves each horse would have leaped at a different Instant II was that one tpucD of tho lash and thb succeeding swing of Lannlgans bulk which gave them the measure TfhlcL jsst the time which made It possible fan jess than 4000 pounds of hQrseflesh t jump a five ton truck up the street a a four minute clip DSGUlSESOFNTUREsS The Quality of Defence Fauna la Every Animal By a decrcfc of nature oaerhalf Jhe world flourishes at the expense of tins other half The sparrow chases the butterfly but the hawk chasei th sparrow For the problem of life is twofold It la not enough merely to eat It Is necessary to avoid bating eat en Yet nature detests killing for kill ings sake Massacre forms uo part of her great plan So we see that every creature Is provided with borne more or loss effective quality of defense by means of which the attacks of its nat ural onouilea are rendered less frequent or less deadly Thus the 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