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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr IT a 0 Sfo ttr7i dt 1 j i T i i wertE1Bfor X it ol SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 7 1903 r tJ 1 OOAXA 1BURTONO UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS c Carry stOck aIL kIngs of Fanerai j wUei PHONE 53 i OUR DIRECTORY 4 Mil SPRmGFlEliD county seat of ashihglon C unty 52 miles south cist of jxjUtOfl 59 nites from tcui vit1eOJ3ard tow UiVjuah NashvIIe bcinChOLI arl1arinin aud 1 i r t r rwciank5tLCgrapW a office flour mills lumber lines express 1100 population of 1ar ls tpoptaUon county Representative in Congress Hon 3J tISmitbtRodgcnvUteKy Representative inJeQtl1ckrJ gis laturettcnG A Dphoney l2RePrectJtative in State Senate Hon rRJEPurycarCampbellsviUe KY j tg C6uiity Directory ciRcuiT COURT Circ Iturt beinS on the fourth Moifa t Ji Jtebnt ary May and Octo bar- E9 Paftestn Judge ealth At iWB creeuy CoramonAy tonJY F 11 CaZflP1I O1rc v Tkos A Medley Master Commiss onr 1jj oiAR1E1I4Y 9Rr Qiiarter1yoiirt is held on the thli d i jdrin each month B L IitseY Judge i OUNTY COURT Ofl the fourth o tJptit1l1eets Mot1ayin e4ciuouth B Lt5CyJudge 4i3ok rt ConntYCIerk SrMayes county Attorney George Gatlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard Isham Sidney Osborne 1 RrR Mullican Deputies Masters JanlesiF IooreOourity Surveyor JI Royaltyassessor i T P OBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer JM qnW1 icrycor9 J W Busb SUpof Common Botrools PO Springfield Li56k l P IVICCOURTAI JimesR Noe John Grace Marshal I W Cl YbroOke City Mltrney fi K j JUSTICE COURT jticSCmrtst are held in January pdI1tJ111yan October 1 ih IIcIt Dlr Or T BAPIST CHURCH Rev George Douglas PastOr Ser ke everySundaY at it antnd 730 m Sunday School tS oPraye eetingonWedPe5aYnight at73O Jr111- r 4MTaQDIST tflIRCU f Wal4r Pastor- ti ic the First and Third Sundays In each ut4iatl aj and 7P pr Sun Y 14oo1 eYet1i Su114at 10jti1- rayerlrqleeti8g evyWcclflCsdIY- ightt If 5A ig LtccuRcu- Rev P F Benne 32Y Pastor 3er riles every Sundiyat San i 10 oclock Services at St Rosesame hours aJttq t lf Jf 6dt HRJTIANiCL1RCII Jill f J RevServIceftond and fourth ISunday in each uionIhPRESBTEaIAN 1 CHURCH Rev G A Strickland pastor preaching every Sunday at 11 am 4 llpn3a s bool every Snda3r L OMtJ Prayer meeting eo tJ r fYeVi Di f it7oClo 1 Fraternal Orders MASONIC IODGIJ Springficid d No meets second l puday in each month Washtttirtonl O Chapterj 1olt7 TOsWeVcry third Monday Springfield Council No 52 meets on every tourth Monday tv sIo Tl 1rJCAtlJUISMeClv- eyefffirst eJnesd tv in each month i jsSAMERICAN aLi JI SILVER H f J F lLsise r Ise COOL tJPHT wcar 1 y 9f I epIL Ji Qlc f Toe mteI by CJ Baydpn ca WWWOO iSiHratratiwiHQ WOOWW I I 31J1ROUNDOTI1Lke ftftft ft ftftftftftftftftftftft ftftnnft nftnnftnnnftftnnftftftnnnnnJC Cr t c Dr Goodchecrs Remedy Feel all onto kilter do you Nothing goes to suit you quite Skies seem sot of dark and clouded Though the day is tairand brigb- tEyesaflectpdfalttono lce Beauty spread on every hand Hearing so impaired youre missing Songs of promise sweet and grand No your case is not uncommon Tlsa popular distress Though tis noVttt all contagious Thousands have it more or less But ityields to simple treatment And1sbaqujt tocure Uyou folowmydireoHonB Convalescence quick Ishm Tate a bftot oheerfal thinking Add a portion of content And with bothlet glad endeavor Mixed with earnestness be blent compoundedWill That iffbbnnd tc cure if taken With a lot orbo est toiJi If your heart ia dull and heavy If yourhopeil pale with donbt Try this wondrous Oil of Promise For twill drive the evil out Who wl111inlxit Not the druggist From the bottles on his shelf The ingredients required Youznust find within yourself Success TEFORMThe 1io rdofTown Trustees at a regular meeting held last week decided rtp take steps ioward inaugura tihga reform and to stop a growing evil on the part of cer tain citizens of the town who either through ignorance or indifference Jiave been violating some of the towns laws and regulations The matter corn plained of iis the practice of some property holders of the town in encroaching on the streets and alleys by building their fences arid in some cases houses over the line and on the public highway The streets of the town are none too wide at the best but in some cases it was shown that the streets had been narrowed several feet by fences beingset outiof line andenclos Eng a part of the territory be wayThetyi crried out strictly will doubt ess cause a vigorous kick from those whom it effects but they haVe rnly themselves to blame A man who builds his fQJlce on a public sfr ffor road is as much a tressoasser as the one who fences in land belonging to his neighbor The town trustees have also decided to enfore the sidewalk building ordinance and new sidewalks will be ordered put in various plates where they are thought to be needed These walks are to be put in at tIe expense of the property QWneBiWhOiisigi ven an ropportrf nity to bar the work dcine him seltatfd on hisvfajlure to do so the trustrees will have the worU done and tal the cost against theproperty m front of whiph the sidewalki is built XITTLETNTERESThe from with the contest for the nomination forgovernor has rather knocked oiljtlie interest in the st te pri mary at least so far as Washing ton County is concerned and the chances are that a comparative ly small votewill be polled on Saturday To be sure there is still abig field of candidates from which to make a selection as some of the offices offer three and four contestants butafter all ifie mam interest was cen tereeIm the head of the ticket and now that Gov Beckham is given a walkove there will be no great rush to the yells on election day The average democratic voter wUl be inclined 16 think that they are all good enCugli and as they are all Democrats there is not much choice lalld that any one will do Besides this is an extraordinarily busy season for the farmers and the ural voter who has been d6 loingiseyqralweek iis mt very likely to tlose a day or a halfday to vote in contests the results of which are more or less matters of indifference to him anyway The candidate who is strong in the towns and cities stands the best chance this iithe J rfLOSERAcEInaqlliet t1 way tie threecornered race orvV TCIIo for the Democratic nomination foe Commonwealth Attorney for thtsdistrict iis growing inter esting Messrs McElroy and Spalding of Marirn and Durham of Greene are putting in all of their time on the contest and they arB making a houseto house canvas of the district They hive been especially ac lively engaged in this county as each one feels that he needs old Washington iiboider to win At the present writing any prldic tionls necessarily more or less guess work but there is a strong tip out on Durham Greene coun tys redheaded son Hfc c tainly has a strog following in this county and it is said he will come out of his home county with all of he Democrat votes they can rake up down there Messrs Spalding and McElroy will of course divide the vote in Marion and each has a good support in this county while in Taylor it is an opan fight with the three T IrE CANDIDATES Ry the way speaking of candidates it will be a sad blow it our neigh boring county Marion dont lanasome kind of an office this year If she does riot it will not be because she has not asked for one There are now no less than five announced Marion county candidates in the field beore the voters besides two more who are candidates for favors indi rectly one seeking a clerkship in a certain state office provided his man wins and the other a candidate for speaker of the lower house in the legislature Evidently our political neighbors believe in going after a thing strong and doubling up so to speak tr U1EACHERS CONTEST We publish this week the con ditions of the free trip to the Worlds Fair for the most popu lar teacher in the county This will be a good opportunity lor Sdme Washington county teacher to get all expenses paid to the great exposition in 1904 The plan is very simple The teach er in the county who receivFs thp greatest number of votes gets the trip and one teacher from each county will get a free trip No matter if thor is only one vote cast in this county he teacher tor wbdm that vote is cast will be given the trip The matter is worth striving for and we publish the conditions so that the teachers of Washington coun ty will have a chance Read the conaiiious and full particuars on the back page and send in your votes TPICKIRGThere is a good Jls d al of kicking by residents of the county effected over the discontinuance of some small p rstofflces sites the inaugura tion 01 the rur route system It la a little unfortunate for a few citizens who have depended on these postoffices and who liye in a territory not covered by the rural carriers but tbe benefit to the many who get the new sr vice greatly overbalances the in convenience to the few It is undoubtedly a fact that everyone who is enjoying the benefits of the route service is delighted and many are wondering u how they ever got along so well without it New boxes are being put up every day and in many instances boxes are found along a rout i one two and three miles from the owners residenc A StartlillZ Test To save a life Dr T G Mar rit of No Mehuopaoy Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderfaLjmre He writes loa patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by uloeration of thd stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver trouble so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and h snot had an at tack in 14 months Electric Bitters are ibsitively guaranteed otDfspht Indigestion Constipation au J Kidney trobles Try them Only 0f CiO T H1dQtJ6dragt ref Prize Sprini Lie cJSometime last year the Enter prise made mention of the paternal affection of a gobbler owned by Mr and Mjrs Ben A Abell of Calvary which took charge of a young brood of chickens and cared for them This story was true Mr and Mrs Abell have in their possession another poul try freak which certainly out ranks the goblers feat In this case it isa rooster wbichMr aud Mrs Abel suspected a few days ngo of laying eggs Their first suspicion thy p seciby lightly Later on however they concluded it was a fact that tho- r oster was laying eggs a ftp t up in a coop to prevent imp sition where they watcned i cloely For six days in succe sion they qt an egg from the wj njrdav tb rooster laid two e gsana SundS lMaid three Good men like Ne palaing and Robert L Abel vouch for the iruthful ess of thil story and say it is no nsb story Lebanon Enterprise AurcThll It is said that nothing is sure except dva hand taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands caD testify to that Mrs C B Van Metre of Shepberdtown W Va SUVSrI had a severe at tack of Bronchitis and for a year tried everytning I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its in fallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it tits guaranteed by C J HaydQn druggist Trial bottles free- R g sizes 50c and 100 A farmerStrafthtBned Out A man living on a farm near here came In a short time ago coniplutely doubled up with rheumatism 1 banded him a bottle of Cnamberlal Pain Balm add told him to t8GfJt ullrqgItO P Rayder of Pattens Mill N y IIA few days later be walked into the store as straight as a string and band ed me a dollar saying give mea other bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in the house all the time for it cared mett For sale by Haydons drug8o- reWalnufog The largest walnut log ever taken out of the Eastern Ken tucky mountain forests haq jjust been taken from Crpss Porik of Kentucky river west of there overland across the mountains to Jackson Bre thitt county to the Cincinnati markets The lug was nearly six fet in diameter and sixteen feet long and it r6 qui ed eight large y ke of oxen to snakeittover the moud tains It va boug tTr 1000 from Joe Hal Members of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Associa lion gav Mr Hal a bid on the free with the ntention of placing it on exhtbitiqn at St Louts in 1904 but their bid of 2000 was a day too late Free Fish It is officially announced that in consequence of the unusual demand for fish for stocking rivers and small streams the United StatesfQsh commission iis preparing to make greater dis tributions this year than ever before Two cars now lying in the cnmission yards are being stocked with millions of fry and fingerlings ol shad pike perch Atlantic salmbn trout and black Tired Out ihardlyI i tired out til the time Then I tried Ayers SusuarUUj and it only took two bottles to make me feel perfectly welIMrs N S Swia neT Princeton MorTired when you go to bed tired when you get upltired all the time Why Your blood is im pure thats the reason You are Uvjngonttlcv border line of nerve ex AyersSarsapirlilast quickly cured ri1iSS jUk your doctor what 1s thinks AyW ssIt1i Re knows sit bottbigv5M u mMJelknr nee wCIbsHttItdJOAvzCo1wsUsu bass The distribution Qwiu be p made at various points through out the United States The diff erent hatcheries ia Maine ew Hampshire Vermont Virginiai SpithDakot4also tae noN actively engag6in the string distribution ff- Asrfhey cm be had foiitbe asking there is no earthly rgs on why every river creek 4nd pond in Kentucky should n lpbe stocked with the finest fish iirj trhe worldEx j j Too Great A ist In almost avery neiRhborhood someone has died from an attack1 of colic or cholera mo bas often belcjre Pryslclanfor these diseases should be kep tjtjfat band The risk Is to great for any4ie- to take ChamOr1aina Colic Col era and Diarrhoea Remedy baa flu doubtedly saved tbe lives of niore people and Relieved more pain tiipd suffering tnan any oilier medlcino 1Jn use tan always be depended upob For sale by Haydons drugstore jfA fHows3 KB offer One Hundred Dollars wad for any case of Batarrh thatcA OUtFtt We the ubdersflf dbelleael business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mAe HbytheirfirmWest Wholesale Druggiti Toledo O Waidlng 1I Binnan Martin Wholesale Druggists ToladotI int111nadYJPrice 75e per bOttle SOlei by n Druggists Testimonials freej1 Halls Frmily pills are 1Ij t ilThej fi longing to the city did gojju work by leading to the arrest f three suspected robbers Mom Y night Mr Charles Terhui night operator at the depot dis covered that some one had brol en into a car He telephoned f r Officer Brownwho went to Wp T he dophounds Ib the rand then came out and followed a trail and took the officers hi p short time to where three ojeji wasITwo of them were armed Ttjey are in jail and give conflicting stories as to where they Ujle from Harrodsburg Herald i Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbeqft lila was twice In the hospital from a severe case of piles cauf lug 24 tumors After doctors ad all remedies failed Bufik ens Arnica Salve quickly Ir tted further ilfhm ion i d cured him It conquers aches ClJH4j I44iutryTablets They are easy to takuud pleasant tt take For sale by Hiv dons drugstore L A Rcyelatlii Ti All itiI Though Kentucky was no Ire presented officially by its Sqfle Government at the dedicatipn of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Souis last eek there was a good sprinkling of e sii dents of the BlueGrass State at the ceremonies tho Kentucky entlovermembers and cOmm tt dmen- Every yisitor from this conji oa wealth found what has Jjoeen said in these columns forjJthe past few months to be abspltpl 11 true that is that the expo ltil n will be the greatest in theL1bis tory of the nations tsL rfterttvisitors from Kentvcky an tide i of the magnitude of the under taking at whose head is tiifor mer KentuckianGov tjavid Rowand Francis born in Madi pmetbathadinstead of 1000 attdhdefthe dedication exercisesthey If PPid have returned home readjriand anxious to contribute som hing wtbe fund being raised bjglihe iHtiontutathe State tn reneXtYCra1- Bites 4l and Btlagm from ins dfr and swelling from any cause is qklckly cnred with Dr Classea Ger uiiPen inUngLtuh lentS01db1tjampbeli Washington Letterf Although there has been a general exodus from the city dur ing the past week of marry prom inent personages who have gone to attend tbededication exercises of the Lojisiana Purchase Expo sition to be held at St Louis next year there has been no lack of important news With the legislative branch ofthe govern merit away from the city the executive and judicial have kept attention turn d their way by several acts which are npt only news but which will haye a dis tinct bearing on contempo ary history In the first place the decsion of the Supreme court in retard o the disfrancbisement of the negro iin Alabama setled a test case which has been broi ght inI order to prove or disprove the legality of the action ot thei tatP Alabama Both politcaKpartles will doubtless jiktfTJonsiderable capitol ouo3This decision on ac count of certain of its effects but in general it may be said that the greatest satisfaction over theidecision in the South where ji ijjjpjmeD really concerned with theTt the negro be lieve that the prob J pre seats to American sociology afr s best be solved with hij political status absolutely detin d and tt and limited until such time as r the persons in the communities where he actually lives have hadS a chance to try the case inatl politicalsignitcance to the decision in brief it sim t ply states that a court has no power ito redress political wrongsif such wrongs were proved to exist on that point thecourt made no decision It follows that if the cQurt had arrogated to ifeelf the power to modify the state government the principle followed out to its logical l concusion would give1 the court of equity an entire charge of state goyernmjenti and its administrating which would be an unheard of proposition If the remedy at law is not adequate the relief must be sought at the hands of the politicalI de partment The decision in no way passes on the constUtJtion of Alabama as to its validljy or not as the court haQotJfhe power to matte sdcqa decision The report of General Miles has just been made public in re spouse to inquiries from the Ho forn Club of Boston and while it gives n further information as to alleged cruelties practiced by officers ond men of the American 2 arl1Jyiit reiterates those charges hiehjiave already been made 1irregulBrhie3in position of goyernment supplies 1That the War Department does not considpr the charges of great weight is shown by tbe attitude of the authorities who say that no furthei action is contemplated in regard tp them Of more importance in national growth though it has not been as widely heraldedl by the daily press ot the cnuntrv is thestory which your correspondent has obtained from the Interior lev partment in regard thelqnto Darn project for irrigationin the Salt River Valley of Arizona This is the first of the five great projects which is actually underway by the provisions o the National Irrigation Law of Juno 17 1902 Mr Walcott ofthe Geol ogical Survey has just returned rom Arizona where he held a conference with the water users of the Salt River Valley ancj while tho project in question presents some peculiar features not contemplated or anticipated in the irrigation act the details have all been satisfactorily set tied and work will actually be gin sopn When the Presidential offices were salsced at the west ndor hWhit ushther wereinany egrets that the qatittfu1 con servatories which oc d the site would have to be abolishe These have always been favorite haunts during diplomatic receptions and it was here among 1ef1QWersJthat Mrs MeKinlejr spent most ofj her time MrsI Harrison too spent much of her eisure here paintihgfrom nature the wonderful orchids and other flowers which grew about her Historically the greenhous cannot be replaced nor can the same or an equally advantageous location be substituted for them but under increased appropriations there have beenuconstruct ed near the monument a number of greenhouses and proppgating gardens fn which the pla ts aDd cut fltiwers for White House functions will be grown and where the Pcesidenis 1amilj may again baye a chance to or joy the beauties of a cohserva tory though the new location will necessitate quite a little journey from the executive man sion For somettme pat the local uoiist ot Washington have been supplying the White House with flowers but under the new system the government garden will furnish themas before the couservatories were removed Looks Like a Winner t1 0 i BENRXM BOSWpRTHO- P FAYETTE COUNTY f Candidate For State Treasurer HaryM Boswbrtb ex Sheriff of Fayette county candidljt for State Treasurer is tbe man who at the head of bis deputif marched ra to the train at Lexington and in the very race of deM- and W Si Taylors AssassinSd1diersDraggedout CaTebPowwni and Gapu Davis and landed theta in Jan Then with rare magna nimity refused the reward of 1500 bffcwd for their arrest by the cartyred William Goebe brothers f- lTHEOLDMLIAk1 wt n1Iir 6 1POWDER4 AboIutfruiw LRUEI fD = l MrEiRi FIMSItII Co nWClcrkW K Hooll ttilockjBill Hardinjaf ter wh m theitgjirji was named It Ms bMr1 kiwi 4 that this gun was hi pjp iaiNl fI t a crtain party id Breclcct county but itt conld ot fabought Mr Soc vjrMw t1y traded for it paying a good round price for tHe oMtHtlJpt arm It is certainly acortoMtj and would be an excslleilIq ii sition to a curio shop Jrfoa rel is 34 inches long and write the lock is rather ItotteryW1Sage it does jfchei werk of ttppl jing the the spafg rth pj y cjK The gun showa exceflenSf fer manship and was matS iiy 4teJnndSoliLudD Esg lane in the year 175 1t t said the ccuracy of th gun jfremarkablebooting M ilifnot better thathe llate i iprq ed breachloa3in ft Aii2 piece of flintrock s7entirely away it IS believe the one noW in the HtiiaVtrt the one which Mr Hardia used when in Breckinridgecottiity- Perhaps the mdst InW tting things about the cua ijra tie eight small iipfcbes ok tiiefjitoclr As is well known ihe p1 crtKentucky made a notch lipod their guns for every Indlln teey killed jt iis presumtd Uutthii giin lifis eight rca mlI tQ qi creditardihsburr D pocrlit t iGiillTLI Ilim Bra Pei1Ci I hriWt CaGiI 1ilT I1aMr H P BurbagaueatMjw In Greenville S Chidbtroth4e1 tj forfour or five yeausWjtkcotjauoesc- ough which he says greatly jartMi4 itti Barbape haying seellt Ci Cough Remedy adnertis 4 ccu1 0 try It NoW reit itit I soon felt a renrk bteletwM iudafter using hrCJ f better s twcntvflve cent size wspn y cured Sold bHaYd9n kiSerfc Mr Joseph Pominvllle oYStlM ifuntafter liavlns fiiit9tithe bet docloxs for MwMhVi wltiicnt reliefwaadui5tNhk drargistrMr Alerr l ithMitjJt box of Chamberlias sbIctyer Tahlets He tW ill man today If trobdw3di- aition bad tastein theiuie5ikc of aFpetite or coBstiwitioti ftvjzVfa Tablets a trial andye aessleits beIIorethul e tatL Pot sale at 25 cenirl idons drugstore K Foleya Honey and Tar is pec Har ladapted Ior asthma br 1ioneuessbell l f S I JKentucky Fair Duiss te The dates for tthrroEMkss are fixed as follows viVi Richmond Ju1y13Aii4r Crab Orchard July 22irl itGeorgetown Jury2I- Cynthiana J July4Guthii0 July 293- Danville Aug 44 jJ t 1- NadiSnyilJp Aug 4dKLexington Aug 104m t Fern Creek- sLavrencebutg Aug t84days rShephtrd ill t J1taJ atIC C days IJJ t Mysvull A1t W 0 helbyvUeISprinlfUM ArZp44ys x araki Ss 14iiJ iciv h4yi-f 1jBowli II GW H L iIiatl101c v 8it cOwens bofQpt216 days Heiderson iept S9 das in twuiOP- VL OTHWDAT 141YEAIN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY I A L Kt DAVISON Jr JbHU Fisxzx iL 41i r to 4a tlceil CRIaiqe UHHU a c eU414es awL political matter t tieprUaL jefcwwfc is 4 4 allow rates bat cash cbeadveygood5c MTrtlIMg eoitracts wade on liberal 5ri w 7 OMtMtlM Md resolutions of respect 8 1tapetlIM j IGrnczxLu ciWM4itratM 4 S 250 yOen fOO JMiWfettIe n 0 MURTOAY MAY 7 1903 For Cit uir Judge t We are authorized torannounce the jMMe et n Il YSHUdKIsteM4M foTtlw OJBce of CIrCUIt t ttble tu Eleventh Judicial f Dfclrfet ewapowd offtbe couatiea of MaU Tayl f ree1aD Washing tMMtyct tout actiofof the Demo a e ySS t We are authorized to announce t1eJ Mattel CHARGES PATTESON a 34dtS for the cof Circuit JMie pt thIs the iBfeventb Judicial Dfetrfet eowpot4 fcltbe counties of J MariM Tajlorflretji and Washing te eotoct to the eMU primary Comtnotiweaith Attorney We are a th rlzed to annoflflcOI BEN SPATiDlNG M sdIdatforthOMCOPf Com Koawwritba Attorney for the lltb qTadeIa1 ilttrkt subject to the action bt tile Dwaocritto purtr Primary iteJIe 193 4cWe are amthorlzed to announce tHjNRyS1LCELROY rrpI a cawlMate for the nomination for Ceeiwomweaitha AttotneJr of the llth Judicial district subject to the ettoa of the Democratic patty i P4t1Wit4r aBthorlxcd to announce V B L DURHAM f Grees cos84 la a can date for the toVMe ef COIOflW the Attorney labjtet to the tion of he Demo- er party 5thU the Eleventh Jr I s a t ceaaposed of the ie of Washington Marlon kurMdOreea Primary June 6t 901 cor Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce I MR FM CAMPBELL v M eamdWate for the office of Circuitt cHrt Clerk of Wjublngton county JJroTB iherelecUo If elected will be assMted ia the office by Bobc Noe t For State Senator We are nathorlzfld to announce JOHN L GRUNDY ot Marlon county as a candidate for the once of State Senator from the t 16th Senatorial District sub ct tox the action of Democratic party PrecIactconyentJons May 30 1903 We are authorized to announce HARRY LANCASTER irofMsrIonthe once ot State Senator from the 1KM Senatorial district subject to the jtetfeii pf the Democratic party PrtuiHCtcomTentiod May 30th 1903 gr For Representative t Wejjare authorized tannounce Mr WILL AM D CLAYBRCOIE- eai a eaadldate ftr the offi ef Represeatative In the lower heal of Keatttcky Le iBfature from a Washington county s Another blcpdy assassination which goes one degree further rIn the disgrace of Kentucky oc f ctfrrcJvt Ji ckson last week when Jeffiif B i arcum a promi rittrney 1as shot by a tt u k own assassin whflesanding ti tn 4he Court House A saff i r i correspondent of the Courier journal sends from Jackson the tiiriSJt detailed account of theI assassination and sas that s condition of affairs in the county 1 is appallingi and calls for heroic Pi t artni nfcit seems perfectJy couldJlav Ji nappreBindedif any determined effort to apprehend him heen made The entire Machinery of justice in the county appears to be demoralized Citizens ire afraid to discuss th tKQtyt and though it is be stIl3ved that the murderer must Jf lr lMT en Hen and recognizeSI J moibody will whisper his name TJw Jury ia the case of Jim Mowari actDMslfKf f the murder WWiHUmGpe him a tfo tem iQei ward crther E 4iapriiiin4tfirethe shot that ki IedGoecJ and he should tiibejrhavf beep hung or aC r The Strength offthe coffee you buy adds to Its value iin the cup Lion Coffee comes to you fresK and of full strength alwaysrth sealed airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirtt- TaUormUrfwhnui and fmllttryilth luand to at Uon i quilted The Caleb Powers case wlI not be tried at the pending torn of the Scott Circuit Court Wnen the case was called at Georgetown the attorneys lor the defense submitted a motion that Judge Cant reI vacate the bench The motion was over ruled and Judge Cantrell orderedI the case held over to the tour teenth day of the term President Roosevelt is still touting the West He visited I Albuquerque NM the firSt of the week Traeliii Is Dan Ions Constant motion jarj the kidneys which are kept in place in the b dy by delicate attachments This is the reasoj that travelers trainmen stree car men teamsters and all who drive very much suffer from kidney disease asome form Foleys Kicniv Cure strengthens the kidneys and cures all forms of kidney and bli dder isease Geo H Hausan locomotive engineer Lima 0 writes Constant vibration of the engine caused me a great deal with my kidcejs and Igot no relief until I used Foleys Kidney Cure Sold br Wood Campbell A Little EarIyJj r tnew and thenja fccdtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver trffSttesTDe Witts Little Early Risers are tne famous little pills that cure by arousing the secretious moving thebowels pently yet effectually and giving such toue aud strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is re moved entire and if their use is von tinned for a few days there will be io return of the complaint Sold by 0 J Haydou List of Candidates The ballots tor the State pri mary have been received lby County Chairman T S Mayes and will be distributed among the various officials wo have been appointed to conduct the primary between this time and Saturday The candidates fo the various State offices are a follows For Governor J C W Beckham Lieutenant Governor W P horne Abram Reniik Auditor John B Chenault S W Hager Treasurer Henry MI Bosworth Josh Griffith Gus Richardson Secretary of State H V McCnesnev SGeneralJ Willard Mitchell and Cha Carroll Superintendent Pub ic Instructions Chas E Sugg Ben 11WattN Arnold Commissioner of Agriculture T T Hedger J M Frazce Hubert Vreeland Olprk of the Court of Appeals J Morgan Chinn H bert L Green The Hays Reent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the XRays established it as a fact th istatarrhese of itself but that it results from repated attacks of indigestion How Can I Cure My Indig stionKodo Dyspepaia Cnre is curing thousands It will cure eu of indigestion at i1dI dyspepsia and will prevent or cure Catarrh of the Somach Kodol di gests what you eatmakes the stomach iweeti SMd bY CJ Haydon What s Foleys Kidney Cnlti1 Answer It is made from a prescrip tion of a leading Chicago physician and one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients are purest that money can buy and arc scientifi cally combined to get their utmo alue Hold by Wood Campbell rresidenta Ate With Their ICtaf All out earlier presidents ate with thclr knlves The stately George Wash ington the irascible John Adams the original Thomas Jefferson the learned James Madison and the popular James Monroe each shoveled in his food with his knife John Quincy Adams yraa tOe flrqt president who ate with his fork And his wife felt It necessary to explain to the guests at the White House that Mr Adams had learned Ieeat with his fork while in France an 3that he couldnt overcome the habit Andrew Jackson restored the repuj liean simplicity of eating with his knife All of those we have napIed also poured their ten or coffee nto their saucers to cool it It is related of Gen oral Taylor that when he was presi dent he could be seen in the streets of Washington early in the morning with a market basket on his arm going from one butcher to another and bargaining for a steak or a rib roast If he had bnrgainea less persistently he might have served out his term for welinve beard It was owing to the Interior Quality of the cherries be ate on the Fourth of July 1850 that sickness at tacked him and he died on the 9th of Jaiy pflca Observer r w rTertWHs iraciraisoisoa oo W 1AASiI W Wii County1Li t I- 1 jl r Happenings Among the County People 41 i as Reported by our Correspondents 1dftlJnnnoftftftnnnnm cauisnnnnnitnnsnitnn It l Mackvillc l =The farmers are quite busy now as they aro very much bed hind with tbeir work op account of a late springlMiss InggiG Willis of St Louis formerly of Perryville has been tLe guest of her aunt Mrs Nannie McMillan for soy eral days Rev Overstreet filled bis reg ular appointment at the Presby terianchurch here on llast Sun day afternoon Mih Mary McKittrick re turned from Bloomfield this week whore she has been spend ing some time with Mrs Ella Leachman Prcf Edwards school at the college will close next week The teachers will attend the exam ma tons at your place Mrs Mary Hughes of Willis burg attended church here 1st Sunaay Childrens Uay exercises will be observd at the Methodist church the third S nduy rn this mont Agood musical rt gram will5ap be rendeteii by the tig- uat choir A large number fiom tnis place atten led thH trtt fur at Harrodsburg last week 1Mr Milton Sweene rnd w fe lleft last week for Slanfod where they will make their tuturejiomo dti in a planing eVii at that place The Christian Endeavor Society of this place will give a trawherry and ice cream supper at the residence of Dr H P Cox on the evening of the 14th Died on the 4th the infant son of Mr and Mrs Will Ray bourne Interrment at Wilhjburg cemetery FENWICK Joe Smith of Frederickstowr ras here Saturday on business Dr H M Baxter and wife were here th3 first of the week Davis Settle and wife of Texas spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Robert Shevvmaker Herbert Walston of Lebanon was in our midst Sunday Dan Rogers sold 20 shoals to IrT J Miller at 6c per pounds Mr and Mrs Will Bottom and Missj Settie Shewmaker of Mack yule spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Nally Messrs Simon Adams andj Arznal Waist n have returned 10 Hopkinville G W Adams and wife visited the family of Ji e Smith lIt Fred eri kstown Sunday last Miss Ethel Rogers has returned home after a weeks visit to cousin Mrs Dm Mcllyoy herI Ilillsboro The farmers aYe b Ill So busv durin the pat k wiiI r farm work and hn wonni ti tins ng and elf iiMii lI1 u for wqrm ea tier that inv items tire t a pr mi in bu- at nevereless e ill try nni jj dowrfafew happen gZ i MrJIeiritl tin s 0 Sharps viIe4s in our rnidstVast wee nn business jx Hay Sheymuk r s Ida mare to Leslie Graves fur 100 Mrn4Mrs Thos W Suh erlan4are iu And rsou count this week on business Oui Sunday schojj is projrres sing nicely There is a very lars Jtttondur ce and much nj terest is being manifesed by all coicqVned The folloviuj pr stsonJ1rc teachers J S and Z L chmRn Oscar Shewmaker 1H Mesdames Julia Leachman Mcllvoy and Miss Rena She vmaUer- T ere has been no corn planted heryet and It is likely that none will be planted for several days Jon account of the cut worm whichare said to be V jy numcr ous this spring iVe grubworm wtlldA AA Lorv likely do much daimge to tthe corn crpj Most of the democrats are very much disappointed over the with rawal of ColHendickl Irom the t race for Governir as they be Heved him in the race to stay but the republicans areall smiles over ihe matter as they regard Gov Bckham the eisier man toI iIldollbtleStbehe certainly stands a good how to be called Got Pratt It is the opinion of some of our farmers that the wheit crop wil fill far below what is being pro diced on account of so much rainy weather and the ch ntz bug will prove injurious to the wheitt so that it will not be an ayeTHge crop We do not know whehfr this is true prophesy or or false bu WH are in Hned to hope it is thenatier This communily has an jccell ent amount t of tobacco plats and unless something vet destroys them no one ill want for plont in the way cf putting out his crop hut it app irs now that the pi nts ill be toadynere the growers can possibly get heir ground ready If a season will pe mi a very large crp will be put out her Many of uryoun foilcss1rac their havdKerciiefs on thi gleen wi eat the firstHftishT iu May to 3J1ii flre revet1ed Some found one thing and some found another but roost of them fi und only dew lW Ezra Sutherland has brer selected to attend the Fifth Dis trict Sunday School Ccnvention which convenes ai Lawrence burg June 18th and 19tb yndip waIte a talk before the conven lion on The Condition of the Sjcday School work in this Isham while squiir hunting Saturday evening wa s shot and seriously hurt by Dave Crcsslow Thd men had found a squirrel up a tree and took a shot about untlT the squirrel wrs killed Mr Isham loaded hi gun and turned to walk away and young Grosslow was lo idhri his gun and in rome way th cartridge was knocked ofIrthe load taking effect in Mr Isham lee just below the hip He was so close tor yourg Crosslow tat his clothes took fire frm the gun Dr Pateron was called ard dressed the wound Pond while it very serious it is not regirded dangerous unless blood poison sett up Mr Ishaui had ilieini ll6cuue to bu y Ii s little girl tnt evening befo e he wis shot Heiiias he syinpuhy of tile antirejcommunity his mis fIt tune LLLILAC Pulliam Everviijin lli uriihn r in thi s icinitytin 1SiCtS fu I wheat crob Th riuers rt vorv Jit Mt tinguUL ifir corn crj count of o n uch rainyve thor 8Slveralcases of sIlilpx not far from us Tie IIiIspis re ported to be fi uito pre acnt iin Aiidersoi cuu tj Miss Ad lie K Ii jr of IntlwltlI Springs who has toci gc ing toI sj Col at Cards cvn ent ira1 urcay uid Sjnday jt me Slip also atlGn e the at unlay and Sunday mfttinjr at Mt Olivet church Tat ham 51 ringsIYBro Cajmpbull of East TexaJ l Iis our pastc r and nlwaj prlaches tine scimdns Wo regard B o Campbell iis one of our aLl st I3apviit Prejt ers and a devout Christian man Ho is loved nuicn hy Mtl GliVet lurch John Dcinnis f our noi hbor- licptl isajcinJidao f r JustiN 01 te Peace in Yillisburg and North Districts We heartily forIbringing put suchI a mm He is a good hjonest sober upri ltt Christian man Sunday jSchcol atMt Oliyet exery Sunday afternopn at 3 o clock jJ N Gordon Supt J hn Dept is Asst Supt ttt j Relieves Instantly j ul Catarrh wSore Chest Frost Bites And all Soreness of the Skin andl Muscles S 25c SOc 100 Bottles All Druggists l For Sale by C J Haydori i vo I rrf MOOR1S7fLLS JfJ Since our lasj there hcj been born to the wife of Ed Guailey a pcund aon and to IhoHyife of ladvjWen j Qmfrhtfullweathor have hegun planting c4i this week i1 t1f iss Myrtle Croake enttaic d Dr1ndrctnnjo B Smith were present m Misss Lelia and Floijii Wall were in Spiingfield last tfaluday shopping A3 Miss Louse Settle visjtl Vliss Myril Crake Saturday ad ldSUrhere was a large Cojfel out to hear Rev Burns pre 44laslSunday at New Hope TSaptist aWell ar all aH People lave apdmice np IhehndnJs who thlJwill v to for TJin yoters otA r CiflCtll1 n e any instrijc ions atb how they shill v1 ffalthough several suoh lot d re bcMi sent out Whab mjjfjitf ll be itietr personal friends mjgiit not IfStnddchurcll 1MI T H Hardin of Bloom tieldand N iss Euella nofthis place went to Rprirfefiekl last Sunday and were tnrried IMY every joy be thoirSU1the wish of their many friondpj WIllIpreach at New Hope chunih the Gfh Sunday in May at lljojel am jjl The infant chili of Mtj and Mrs Ed Dragoo months died Sunday 6ageNinioe tion interrment New Hope cemetery ii lfnmlilyi f Bami Seay J Dr Jhn Yates who ii9 Mtend mz Medical Lectures in ouis ville is spending thi we U with his parents near here k Mr Ben Cull and farnJ1tor Pol in visited J as Cull ht last tudaYfceVALLEY HlLLl s ji Doc Reed sold alh q FFlast week fqr 9200 jl Will Harmon and wife site Price Royalty last eekj J G Mansfield js haying a large Igbacoo barn crecipon hii farm hear heC Sam Derringer and wifevjsied Wal nee Sea y and wife ial Sunday k Povejrxl l nw boxes havbe n put upon tiiii rcuieI Eh1J0aIny Frank Neal and Miss Pearl Lynch yiviilCdnf t01Liii Sintflvv hit JTII11 II el- la t s ixf is Snmhl HI Born io fie vifp of E ffl al JI hull itv yllpLlas wek ou buineJj Comn liso icrs Sa 11 ISti Turner udmr Ill JquityBettkBy virtue of a Judgn o it aqijprder Circuittthereof 1503 In the above IM1termshalt proceed to offer for Bat Court Iuse daor In ON MONDAY M VY 2o jfb at 2 oclock pm or thfreab ht be tug countv court day to the1 iighest bidder at Iublin Auction apon a fplloAinA tract of II d lyinjf in Widrnr toi county Kon the waterBJcf the Ikrch fork ntid Ixjundcd as fullowsi LJfrimiinfr at two beech stutnjx tuUun Warntr anti 1 C l thence N 1t B 118 ppki corl branch thence uplaid branch 75 poll Ito a stone on wet idd of the branch thence S 31 wli pcjfes to bee h trees thence S 22 w i1otett to 2 beech ttreed cor to thence S w t olcsSal11jfurnerr r Coct4ougterthence thence STOw 20 poles toN stone thence N 03 w J poles tpxi stone tieuce N 4 w 121 poles to d stone thence N 08 w 58 poles to stone on n branch cor to Warner thence N 781 poles to the beirinnin containing JB acres and 20 poles jj This farm belonged to sajhuel K Turner deceased and Is knoyn as the- M tchell farn It lies on a gdjd toad Kyisand markets is well watereijand is a lne farm for stock raising purcballcrecurity or sureties mustiuxecute onds bearing legal jnereat from hllngthetqompIyprof XHOS A MEDLEY MCftVV C C purFoie e TwT aColdinOneDoyII I Seven MffionlKjsessoWla past months Tfa iigaature cJJIt 1 oo i titjiIIOjitiititj iti JJ jiitjti iiliiw aeiiijijjw iIi ijj I The Farmers Supply Hous j itt- t OF1 i I THOMPSON t GREENs J 1 i E is the place to go with your prOdutfiI4to I get your Supply of II FIELD SEcDS- I If Of ankinds Agents for OLD HICKORY WAGONS and for the Belebrated ELLWOOD STIEIRE FENCES iOut line of buggeftcifhef Spring Trade is beginning to r 7rrr X4 dis more elaborate than ever c- I GOAL in any Quantity at Lowest Prices I 1LITHOMPSON GREEN f SPRINGFIELD KY j fIt= Cf f O O Ot f t ft f o f tfIIMIMIMYour I If its coated your stomachs bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate 25c All drunlu- Waut your moustnrlie or beard a bbautltul bruwn or rich black t Then use II DYEfor the rsII WhiskersLs i n i Pardon me sir Lilt Isnt there another artist in this building Well that is n matter of opinion There Is another fellow who paints j Four Great Maaiclanii Palestrina was n revolutionist In his day but is now virtually obsolete even for the severest classicists Gluck was as radical an Innovator as Wagner yet it is only occasionally and with dIf- ficulty that one of his works can now be briefly resuscitated Beethoven was n madman even to ninny of the best musicians as late as 1805 when as that musical veteran Professor Ilaupt himself said the Fifth Symphony vas rehearsed in Berlin for the first time anti the orchestra dashed the music from the racks declaring It was crazy and could never be played Now this same Fifth Symphony iIs considered a model of form and Its composer is the cherished Idol of conservatives and classicists Pity For Western Nation The Chinese enjoy the greatest liber ty The laws of the western nation are too numerous and too severe Instances of tlipir bondage may be given All the children in the country are bound to at tend school at n certain age When an author wants to print a book he has to ik for a copyright Before a man cnn start a newspaper ho must apply for a certificate front his government sane tionliiK him to do so There arc fixed regulations governing all companies and firms All marriages must be re ported to a certain department for registration Thus there Is no liberty br tween husband and wife Peking SI Pno Mlnlatnri Tree The Japanese art of stinking mlnlo tuc landscapes nnd gardens consist chieilyin starving the plant so ns to n tml the circulation cf Its sop or llty giving juices Fnrguson who was one among the first of English adventurer to visit China and Japan mention tle fattt that he saw at Canton n boxe- aioutt the bljrupss of a hidyos snuffp ILo vbiiIi Id not contain nllttyl dirt nnI sixteen tiny littyl trees tour of which were li full blow the whoU loro triHs and nil so small that a tuna could put thVi lu Lya mouth togetb TrnsiscnuenIfl- Transcaucasia jrqtvs almost every known grain in the world The forest cf the Caucasian mountain range pro duce saffron mnildcr oa walnut anti boxwood lumber while apples pearj nnd grapes grow wild In these forests to such an extent that they are export cd In large lit It Its The wine of Caucasia la also oxj rted anti the cot of tilt country is second only to lion t of Egypt Gold nail Silver Beetles most remarkable gold beetles In IThl are found In Central Amen The head and wing cases nre bril rClt polished wlth a luster as ot gold itself To sight and touch they have all the appearance of that metaL Oddly enough another species from the same region looks like solid silver freshly burnIshed III Dc reatIWife Do you love me ns much as cverIHusband I reckon Wife Will I always bo the dearest thing In the world to you Husband I mn sure you will unless the landlord raises the rent Hovr Sue Felt How do you feol after your ordeal asked the fair divorcees friend ns they ramp down the courthouse steps Feel repeated she with n gurgle of trlmnpli I feel Completely un- manuedlLlouston Pest The question of wto founded Rome isnt half so Interestijie ns the identity of the gentleman wO made bchowl Cincinnati Comcerda TrIbune THE WHEELER Serf FIfln Screen ShFLY PROOF Can be Locked at Night H4il withejttrouble tneminCan wash your windows without trouble L Can take out and layaway through winterk season with llittle trouble and no expens F Must be seen to be appreciated You will find them on sale af the office of r SpHngfteM lumber CO untiIMPFlycomesiLS- JOHN S McELROY GENERAL INSURANCE AQN Fire Life arid Tornado jJiOFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK During my absencfrothofficeWFGriby or George Neikirk will attend to any usiness for me 1 r Cripplid with RJMWMtiui OWimpoztantgive your You puB yoar coat sleovo at aUme but that lltUe HrikjU bithScoat collar In place year oesr thaI 7 scream with pain Bbenmatlsm to aawcU 7OwishnotAcleesicbare fieiers Silkweed aid Wild Sweett PoWIn Caw tI JSo Our advice Iknow1 QEIER SILKWEED COMPANY Crr ft KSflIUIItj- fIor I P sae at 0 Jt Haydons Drugstore We promptlr obtain Ui 8 and Foreign i PATENTS f8eoamodelilcetch or el oto clinyrnUonier tree report on cntabfUttFor free took nF I RADEItARKS lIGA5NOW attention wrenches IIII1 OpposlteU S Patent ONo WASfUNGTONDC A5LsoiL lit llIlKi- ealthyk1dieYS filter Ihe impuri ties from the blood and unless Jhey do this good health is imposiible Foleys Kidney Vote makes souud Idticys ancl will positively cre k- uformsbf U kidiey and bladder1 tUseasei It strengthens the whole bjrsttm Sold y Wood CimpbeH tSt SPRING 1903 Blue Grass Rurseri Fruit and Ornamtntal trees 1 grape vinismall fruits a parafus rythingfcil and garden Strawberry nd- eralcataloaueaon7 g n r rj quest i R P4F1 ILLEKMtTI 0 K LtthitoiiKyS SSS R I BURTON ftRjpENT DENTIST lIT It SMH OUT EXTRACTEDi PAIN fl IIOfTitp Hagmn Block up stain 8 INGF1ELtD KY- AU Diptal Work Strict1MiFirstclass DR H LAMPTON OFIOEhIt InOperaftouae1Jy c muJ SHOCKi- SPKINQFiELDKY rl OFFICE Dr Rineharfs for mer omsover peoples Deposit Bank Office hours 12 to 2 pm j aiW1ArTQRNEYAT LAW Office over Peoples Bank l SPRINGFIELD KYW Strength of Aalmal Scent f The bird dog man is likely to think hlsfayorltc has a better nose than any animall on earth He can tell you anyc I amount of stories about birds being scented at veryl long distances Now It is a covey of chickens winded at 300 yards or again a bevy of quail drawn straight to at seventyfive There are other animals Tiowcver Tvhlch have wonderfully keen noses For instance F the otter hunters do not dare build- piafoIndsr by those animals because the otter can smell the fUmes from the smallest blaze a distance of five niles out atmsea It Is said of this animal that he cab trail a fish under the sea Moose Lave been known to wind a man at two 1 mllesjnnd make up their minds so post tlvclj about him aa to never quit run nlng nuder twentyflvcA Wfalte Aat Diet A book on the Kongo Free State gives this picture of the fondness of the natives for white ants Jnthe white ant month the nntl shnten very busy time The river Is deserted and men and women boys and girlsfgo out to gather the white ant for I cannot say J admire their taste but the tvhlteant la not bad as food mere Inly very rich In this month be is about an Inch long The natives gather him In hunxedspuU off the wjngs and reast him The native boys have a shorter way wUb him Sometimes at mess white ants flopped on to the ta ble attracted by the light The boys who were waiting pounced on thems and without further ceremony popped them into their mouthsSStrength of Esxulicnn Most peopfe are aware of the Power of eggshells to resist external pressureV on the ends but not many would crud Jt iho results ot tests recently made which appear to be genuine Eight or dinary hens eggs that were submitted to pressure varied between 400 gpunds and 075 pounds per square inch With the stresses applied Internally to twelve egg these gave way at pres lUreS varying between thirtytwo pounds and sixtyfive pounds per square Inch The pressure required to crush the eggs varied between forty pounds and seventyfive pounds The average thickness of the shells was thirteen onethousandths inch The Public School The public school is generally under cstimatedand is frequently looked up Ron4not be expressed In a few words buttits influence is the lifeblood of the home the community and the nation Any ordinary imagination can conjure up a state of affairs that would soon come to pass If the schoolhouse were closed It Is the great sieve into which all the nations of the world are thrown 4fobe shaken down to the common letelC of obedience and patriotism School ptrofDItolT RepeatingtMr BhiksI dont like the looks ofr twit young man who calls to see Clara iMrsxBlnkSrHe looks exactly as you did when you first came to see mesWas I any such fool as that HYes you were and yet I married you in spite of nil my parents could t say and I am afraid thatin spite of nnI 4 we can say our Clara will now be Just flBblg a fool as I was An Odd iBierlptlon AtWymondhnmJNorfolk England1 is this Inscription at an old country Louse engraved otf an oak board and alflla one HoeNee nlsbl glls servus nee hospes hlqido Translated tromI the Latin n which It appears In an tique Roman capital letters It may be itrenderedfor me neither a horse leech for aIguest1 SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the enjoyment of life ofofthousands off tf men1 women and children To the men Scotts Emu cisianstrength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses fror any wasting disease For women Scotts EmulI sion does this and more It is a iJTiost sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To Children Scotts Emul Moo gives food and fitrength for growth of flesh and bor and blooa For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scottst Emulsion is a great help I Jridfarfrea sample CQtT tt BOWNE Chemists 4O841 pearl Street New York fOtnd 91 tOQ i an druggists Ii w- iTh iIi TOWN r WW iW ii Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest All About 1OU 15 I Friends and Acquaintances JwZwSiiSvS nflu want a good oil stove cElroySbuIiz have them FOR SALE Qood Jjersey milch cow H H HORD I The best screen doors to ber ad and nt the lowest price atbi ohn Y Mayes Buy the best tin and enamel i ware We guarantee it McEl oyShultz Vote for T T Hedger for Commissioner of Agriculture Primary Saturday f Now is the time to guar flies Call on John YII ayes for screens and screentdoors Mr Henry Keene soH last eek to Charlie Isham oIBoylit county two nice black geldings or1O9 f a Robertson Bros hove just fo i elved a shipment of ladles ready made all over laceaudsiJk waists Use Pearl in Amonia Washing l bid for house cleaning pur oses asbiog clothes etc Ask r it at the stores t Gadberry the new furniture an will sell you furniture on the inst ill ment plan Easy pay moats Give him a trial Keep cool Keep coon If you ant keep cool go to McElroy Shultz getaRefrigerator Water FreezelWe Go to A B Gadberrys newtfurniture store for fine furniture Everything new and uptodate the new store Opera House building Mansfields are dhily receiving shipments of newest upto date millinery They carry large tock and customers can be- upplied without waiting You cn buy the Walter A ood mowing machine for 38 j and the binder for 90 of Thompson Green The Wood achines are not in the trust Mrs A B Gadberry who is 111nicevites tbe ladies 10 give her a II callCMr W E Pope of this place and Miss Bertha Yaste of Fen wick this county were married at Lebanon on last Thursday by ev Father H garty Both of- hese young people haye many frieuds in the county Mr Rober Thompson as administrator of the estate of his father advertises a public sole f the pers n I proper yTo lake lace at the Thompson home IIn tomorrow oftprnoon For fur h r Darti mars see the adver tis mIH in this issue Col R E Whjiyne report a mall crowd and dull business at Lebanon Monday but he made the following sales a 9year old horse for 5160 two yearling horse mules at 39 50 each two yearling inaro mules at 7875 each old horse 3350 three 11theI II all persons indebted t me are requested to seite with him at once and save further costs tto themselves OSCAR L CURRY Mrs Canary widow of the late j William Canary and step mother of Messrs Abe and Rober- Canary died at the home of th latter on last Sunday morning The deceased was a mostestima ble woman and highly respected by all who knew her Although she had been in feeble health for some time her death was rather sudden nAlex Gnmdy and Joe Lancis ter two gentlemen of color had a difficulty on High street las Saturday night and Grundy sbc Lancaster in the back with a pistol iuflicting only a sight flesh wound Tne shootidt was arrested and after waiving exam natlon was held over to await ifthe action of the next gran jury Robert the young son of Mr W L McOlellan me with a setipus accident on last Monday afternoon lIe anda omnanio TOPICS i t IWillRussell had gotten off for some reason and McGlellan rode the horseup to a rock fence to give him an opportunity to remount Tire horse gave a junip and oth of the boys violently thtIground the McCUllan boystrik I ing his head on a reck He was brought to town in an uncon scious conditiou and could not be aroused for several hour H Igl condition is much improved now and no serious results are looked for Mr Ed Sacrecy who lives onrr Long Lick this county was inc own Monday to make inquiry about blood founds which he wanted to use in an attempt to rail SOD e miscreant whom heii thought had poisoned a mule and cow for him Sacrecy says I deaflllanwhere someone had scattered i Paris Green on tile grass and tneI stock had eaten it and died Mr Sacrecy is a poor man and tie loss isa severe one on him th mule being one cf the only team he had to make his crop with and the cow was the only one he owned Hu could tot learn of any blood hounds as there is none in the county The fine stock and grain barnii belonging to Mr Luiher A Barns1 situated on his farm about a mile and aha f north pf town was burned to the ground at about midnight MndaY9111e barn was the finest in the county and had only been built aboutt t wo years costing Mr Burns over 3500 Besides the l15ss of the barn itself it contained maJ chinery which was yaluedat between 1200 and 81500 ardalot of feed The lloss is conserva lively put at 5000 witb only 1600 insurance The origin of the fire sa mystery and can not be accounted for exeept that it was incendiary Mr Burns has been particularly unfortunate from loss by fire this being theo third barn he has lost in that way within the past few yeas Charlie Moore the popular and eccntric cliiver and owner of plaeeIton Mass Charlies old stage coach which nas seen many years of hard and tai hful ser vice has of late become very much dilapidated and for some time c harlie has beeu on the lookout for a new one Owing ho over to the fact that the oli stagecoaches are rapidly beooir in relics of the past i has fcet n difflcu t to find a mauf cturer who handles them A few days ago ho ever Charlie hoard of one in Boston and after waking inquiries as to the best vi to reach that city and learning limit he CMil i1 lip v a the train Chart it determined uUe h s wife anc go on and buyttbht sage n m IkingI hat the tfoukl pnjoy the trip anyway as they had never indulged their IOVH fIr travel to any great extent before The safe return ofvir nd Mrs Moore and the arrival of tt ec new stage are events looked forward to with intelcftI IIWOOL CARDING 1 will do wool carding this season at my old stand near Mackville Will begin work July 1st All persons having wcol to card are solicited to bring me their work- GEOUGE WARREN tNotlco to Creditors eByorder Cir iclaimsestate of L H Seay are hereby notified to present said claims properly proven before me at my office in the town of Spring fieJd Ky on or before May 25th 1903 THOS A MEDLEY LCWCC tWantedA few good Dairy flows also will be in the market for horses from 4 to 7 years old Call at office of Springfield Lumber C dWill Cure ConsniDtion A A Herren Finer Ark writes Foleya Honey and Tar iis the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it has cured consumption iiti the first stages SOld by VVjJl i Cara b H1tI fiORD DEtTISTI SPElINGFIELD KY FERSUNAL Walter Leachman spent Sun day in Loujsvillc Prof J +j G Noc of Pincville was here yesterday W D Clrybrccke was in Lou isville the iirstof the week Mr Theo Campbell was in Louisville tie tirstof the week J W S LoUlsIvilJe was here Sunday and MQn day H M Grimdy and Miss Annie McChord jpere at Tatham Sun day J S1 Clhyuropke and sister Miss Jennije were in Lebanon Sunday MrJ J Mcc bc was inLonis villc the titstt of the veek taking in the races Mrs Garland Thomps n of Louisville is visiting relatives here this week Dr HI H Word r V Spald ing and John Spalding were in Lebanon S ndayI Miss Sue Irvine of Lebanon visited at thp home of ber aunt Mrs A C WcEIroy this week Mrs Nettiet Harmon nee Kimbeilin of Bowling Green isI visiting relatives in the county Miss Margaret Leachmar has returned from a visit ip friends in LouisvilltJ and Bowling Green Hubert H Claybrooke left last week for a trip to Huutsville Ala and other Southern points CQl tqcik W F Jlooker and Robert Noe are at Tatham this week on their annual fishing trip Miss Mary McElroy is visiting Miss Mary Lbwis at Mrs Brain ard Lemon in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs Hiram McClasky of Bloomfield visited it the home of W M Duirett on Sunday last Mr and Itfrs Irvine Whayne and baby of Lebanon visited at the home are W Noe the first f tile week Messrs Hi M ONan F M Martin and Harry ONan went to Beech Ford yesterdny for a few days fishing Mr Geor Medley Lit Toes day for Boston and oilier eastern points on a business trip for the Mattingly antf Moore company Mr Ray vrakefield of Nelson county pass d th ough here Tuesday wit some nice horses which hicad purchased at Lba- Ilil Mrs W Ci Porsythe of White IRock Utah nrd her mother Mrs Mary Noe f Louisville a e v sitinir relatives hee th s week Mr rwiiig off Hiirrods Knit foiinjir fiz IIf this phcf and fijiiin Iii if flaP ih- tiVt4ijtii rJU stl I5ukiclu pitii the ji lit welling of the tcl hfddache jaundice stoniiKh tjmu Ira and tfoflercj deliility are gotivrallv caused by dis caic or inactive kidney Tlwy can b pTmancntly cured ty the use of Gaviiba The most efficient remedy known tor kidney complaints Suit by Wood Campbell T Ifff You Wnf J Lt l I To get rid 9t1tthe Htele mites that so I tr often make liens leave their nest tie Jfj a or iSsale by I j E s ILAYES JR 11ii- jfit r Money refunded if not satisfactory i DLIVEI1Yi fe i ILii Wl q The Popes Voicc ffi Mr George Medley recently received from his sen Bern1 who colIliegeaccount of how Pope LeoInvoice was heard by the studentspf the college An extract fiqnj1the letter reads Fr Zuhm Bijovin cial of the order has j t re turned from Rome and gawu the Faculty and Students oC olre Dame a rare treatt by giving them the piivilege of listerfeig to the Voice ot the Holy iyther Let XIII spoken in soleraji Benediction for the first time iji Am erica Whilst in Rome IfrH suc HolfathIas a special favor to Notro Dame His words wore in Latin1 iro- iii2uiieiLjkis Benediction to Notre Dame and tunt also repeating an Ave MqIlill of which was perfectly pld n and fhineIucedIt a great treat and one tmvt 1 I IIt nvIImaI given out by the matMap at Notre Dame are perfect t4iclate orIthe Popes age Fr Zahjhsays theIpardIIin America jj L IIIjof N P Thompson having de- pnted this life and liavingfecen a member of the Springfield Grand Army Post No 214 we tht other members of said4pitt- while bowing in submission to the will of Idare grieveldjaml feel great sorrow at his dtify550 Mr Thompsoni was a meinmjr of Cotnjjany E lUih Ky Inf nto for three years during UuJtcivil wa was a most exce lull tip nd allant soidie rver ruady r purlonn any duty ho eVfjar duous Evtfr since retiri gt irom tii army lie has been auuistiX celien LiiZLti aiM htilin gouT Icimiali a way kiiul u Jl ito IditltlIureutly Ins dtti ilc taU r out kincJtst Sj mpatliy tlfh f iends nd relative ftndtajieci ally his family who have fpsi u kind and devoid l husbaiujiiind affectionate fattior We 0p and trust that lie has gone lp a brigh ICr land this to a hotnelrot t made with hands eteiiul fZBIGLERSI SHOES AND OXFORDSII 5 Arothe best made sj p c F Ladies Misses and Children g Wo have just received the balance of our large Spring ifffPurchase pf this popular make of Shoes and we are now ar prepared to tit any foot have them on all the latest lasts iiand in the dIffrent toes Prices guaranteed tu be the 1st 13 lowest for such high grade Shoes We also handle a special line of custom work in Shoes and Oxfords for s Ladies Mises and Children which we guarantee to ueif f Solid Leather j 4 5 I dies Sizes 2 t2 to 8at 125 1 50 I7StiMisses Sizes ii to 2at 100125150 gs Chilirens 8 to 11 at 75c ifg Childrens 5 to 8 at 5ocl E See our nw line of Soft Sole Shoes for infants Remem JB ber we parry the largest stock off all kinds of Shoes to be IS had in Central Ky Don It be mducel to buy uitiI you se our goods ROBeRTsoN BROS i Iq tdit J in the heavens where everlasting Springs abide and never withering flower Dear departed friend and corn rade peace to your ashes THOS HICKEY J G HoWELL PHILLIP MCCON ELL- Committee Public Sale As a Jministirator of the estate of the late N P Thompson I will on FRIDAY MAY 8 1903 at 2 oclock pm at the Thompson place about 7 mies from Springfield and 3 4 of a mile from Litsey sell at public sale till following property IFOUL work and brood mares I work mule one 2year old colt three yearling colts four good rit f o yearling cattle one 2y I of steer about 100 bbls of coi15hessh- elled oats a lot of stock H ewes ard Lambs a lot of to111 bacco sticks 2 horse wagon three conveyances sled mower firming Implements etc TEUMSOII amounts of 10 and over negotiable note due January 1st 1904 Under that amount cash ROET M THOMPSON Admr of N P Thompson jVote for T T Hedger for Commissioner of Agriculture Primary Saturday Fev GootiDhiiiir nltlrl A Nf w York fashionable restaurant mini w tin asked why he spocilled a good dinner waiter in his ndver tisinent said HccaiiFo all pood wait tIi4 are not necessarily good diuuni waiters juite the contrary The tent nuy wllli most waitera unless they know tlioir customer is to hurry a tutu alruij They want to make room at the tallies for newcomers Most HUT wlio take all their munis at res taiirants will not object to this at brnkfast ill fact it is rather gratify tug than otlierwise to 11In waiter willing to hurry The same thing H more or loss with luncheon where the restaurant is exclusively for ntleimn Rut very few men lila to be hurried over their dinner Any waiter who knows his business will coax his customers gently over this iial course by course alwaysYeady but never nrmml when he is not want tipItaurunt in town Rut such wafters are few nrl far bctweent Nqv York Times icnnRtilcrl IUo3soi Vly did you break with young Iioi fase understood he was n TV eireful economical young mUllbFlossie No doubt of it Time last time he called on mo he brought a hag of cntlllIt and munched it nit even lug and took home with him all that was left Baltimore American Quilt alike Why dcorpe what an enormous pile of lttr rs exclaimed the bride of snpposlINo my ar replied half of tIll sketch They are billies over due Chicago News DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful t DrtI Il the great kidney live- rr and bladder remedy rl medi i Jc1trmphothef nine dis covered after years of bytJt rent kidney and blad der specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kldrey bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwamprRoot is not rec cnmended for everything but if you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work tn private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may hav a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about Swamp Rpot and how to find out if you have kidney bladdertrpube When writing mentFon reading this generous offer In thtspaper and ftvA mad your address to Dr iIhamton Tetc1Uregular fifty cent and none sm ndollar sizes are sold by all good dru s v r t i fIlif1 Er EEaB U 1 1eand UsefuF t IL tmj My line of furniture looks Il l QPQjntm f iN COMFORTINUSE y i E1SEINIPIJRtHPSELet m the latest ia m comfortable necessities Tor tha family V- 5J BedsthiI a Rockersic8jkeep a nice hne of Mattings Rugs Oil M Cloths andScreen Doors tt BQ x mEHSV F7WV2NTS i I will sell furniture cri the instaT ment plan making it easyfor any to furnish a homemonem Call and see the Millinery Dep rtment mIn charge of Mrs Gadberry i 1BGWMY Opera House Block Springfield Ky j E Eaa EaEaa t I tMISIT i J GUNNINGHAM 1 HI DUNCMS SIORE And seethe great diy of t Embroideries j Laces t k Lace Ties efl L Lace CoorsS9 An unsurpassed variety o WASH GOODSA Iin Silk Ginghams Mercer It ized Ginghams Merceiized Waistings Knickerbocker s VoilesI c frt iAlHITE GOODS in M ercerized Madras Ox ffords Piques c f f J CKRPETS TJust Received the largest stock Gar 3r ii T 1etsin Tapestry ro SS e S 0 g a qand Granites v China and JapauAgi iMattings Lirioleumsand Oil t that we have eve shown f t L CE CURT Il rs The most eftective dfcsigns inLacem J Vorta Its raugi i g in price from AOc t086UUapairAWHLLtwRAPE- 00 We are showing a most complete oCktJ S of Wall Paper in beautifull combina N tions of French Patteins CrOWns lft florals Tapestries Ingrains and Titoill4 It would ceitaifl1y Jnter styoutom ccvisit thIS pajtmritw 4cc We offer special inducement io fIcash buyers in prices i ndthe BL Rebate StampsbCall fop your stamps 2 Yours Very RespectfullyJ f f t toningtei S DunfC c JjJ Not n Case of Sapcratmon rMrs B7Oh Charles we can never jUJown with thirteen nt table t SIr D Tahsnvl I hope youre not co superstrtioVia as that Mra BNo of course not but Ira bnve only twelve dinner plates VldcMprcnil Interest Do you think that people bppreclata art In thIs coflntry I1 Certnlnly nnswcrorf Mrs Gtirarpx Everybody gets lutQr ted ngiobuns ImasterpieceI IVliat He Diant teDnf Ainbiguous ilotv fire QUoldtcl low Are you keeping strong oh onlj jupt innnaglnff to keep out yf my gv- t4Obiu P 30H7 to hear that PowdrLng the 4ir In 1705 thQwnyer of Ytmpntu England Issued the followlsf prods inatlon Owing to the preseatcaor moils prim of corn and the alanwliic apprehension of tt scarcity Ik tbataaet ncccs3nry article many toWM thnH li G out kingdom have set the JfcttfckW example nC leaving off for a tlis tw iii custom of wearing wder fai tteft i hair by which m fans a great gaMtkr of wheat must infallibly be iavei4 te the nation fled iftlmeprlce JIiiJdueed It may at least be pfev Wl from increasing We tlNreirofCr th mayor jjasttotajK l c- Itnuts ot OrentYartietith 4ye mcnd the exnwpl as weth7 iiitioa and we flatter ourselve the mMtiuf will not hesitate to dHt it beSfully convinced that apptartace r nt all times to be sacriflced tfo thepun weal nnd that in doing this they ilIC realTy dojOodtl t i The Derby The twentyninth Kentucky Derby the mostt historic race of r kwlHi Wwtern hemisphere was Y woo Saturday afrnoon at Churchill Dow by Judge Himcs CharlM Ellison chestnut colt bY Ertlier Lullaby Early th odds on favorite finished t Wpad while Bourbon Tom McTDowells son of Sir Dfxon I Kiaw1ijfinished third The- time was 209 very slow con Hid ripg the fast condition OJ the track Theranhing of the Derby was witnessed by a yasfe concourse of a people a d it was the opinion of ninetynine out of each hundred p tatorstbaV the best colt in the race finished second Even Earlys Jockey WinkfieW the greatest colored rider since jaaac Murphys day said ie be gan his ride too soon and4hdrebj threw away the victory and the 19ryanlthe 6000 purse which went 10 the winner an ale 4 mo t unheard of oJtjat long odds in the betting t laic Ioi aiu- lOne Of Dr Kings New Life Pill each night for two weeks hM putlnA in my teens again write DH Turaar of Demp t town Pa TbeJre the best tt in thi worlcf Tor Liver Stomach- S and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at Or Havdonsdrugsiore The W t ilf c IBody t Every seven days the blood muscles j and bonos of a man of average size loses two pounds of woruout tissue TilLs wte cannot be rcplonisht and the health and strength kept up with out vperfect digestion When the stimach nd digestive organS fail to eerftrm their junctions the strength kUdown health ffbes way and disease sets up Kodol Dyspepsfa Care- zaaliks the stomach and digestive- organsto digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten ijto the fetal of blood that rebuills the tissues and protects the health and strength of the mind and bodfodolI cures Indigestion JJvspepsia ard alt stomach troubles It is an ibeal spring toniC Sold byC JHaydon Wheat Crip Returns to American Agricul 4tuiktshow the most remarkable conditions cov ring the wh winter tr noted at ar he ayprage for tne whole country is 95 per cent figures exceeded only once in twenty years cropjeporting The striking feature is the re markable uniformity of the State averages Scarcely a county in the winter wheat belt but shows a crop promise ilt the beginning of spring growth 11iltleJ short of perfect The Iljhing to be fearel would be a drouth iIn May It is believed thQXjrop willreach 500000000 bushels You never beard of any one using Pole Honey and Tar and not being vsatsged SoJd by ood Campbell y BiaJ Cattle Sale Messrs Fox Sanders COr phave sold the 500 head of catffe they have been fee jng at the WathehWueller distillery tot Lajjraon Bros of 1lltim- orex The sale was madelastweek nd t the first shipment of 212 cattle was made Wednesday The TOO steers averaged 1 120 poundsand 12 bulls averaged 1665 bringing Li round numbers SJ24000 The emainder of the catte will be W delivered Thursday and the 4 prices oftblslot will bring the total amount of the nile to about 80000 whichis oneot the lar tgo t sales of the kind ever made in the county Falcon ne5lloing- forSLIKI Succeededln obtainingis something beJfjnsai a rule ud many a night her rest is thebibysfretfu148L healthiest o m a n must wear out under such a strain What canbe exPected then of those women sr who are weaken bywoznanNlydzsensesWomen WomclI v wornout dru newlifeuse ofJr Pierces Favorite Prcicnftioii It estaMishea tyJddesweanning drais15keals inflammation and ulceration swdr cures female weakness 1t makes gandIkkwomeawell 1COM81ti S cf4ly unfidiitil AddrcsDrltV JJEaIo N eightIr PtatrcomIitakesIIISTke dftJer wbo fen a Mbkitute for Farortte Prescription k only seeking 011tileH iire4t iii yourloss ReIse all wb Pteuutt Felkte showld be Med with Favorite Pretcnptioa It when ffr lazatire It required k A = Eyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors DrMilesHeart cure and Nervine Cured Me There Iuothingznore necessary to health iouitwbenyou went to bed there is an affection of the nervej plainly present 1ff your heart is weak or there is an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon o affect your hearts action as to bring NerIvine is a nerve tonic quiets nerves so that sleep may come and It quickly stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heatt Cure is a great blood and heart toniCwhich regulates the tion of the heart enriches the blood and proves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times my heart seeming1ystop beating and atothers it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all Icould get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure at a drag store m Lawriice burg after spending 30000 in medi cines end doctors in Louisville Shelbyvilfe Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburp and in three days have derived more benefit gotfromthink everybody ought to know of the mar velous power contained in your remedies WH HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart hid Alphabetical Iffniflcaaee A writer In the Garden has discovered that many of the worst foes of Ihe horticulturist begin with w and he instances worms weevils wind and other workers of wickedness This writes a correspondent suggests a question as to whether there is any natural grouping of good or evil thh gJ under particular letters Take b for munyiThe baker and butphcr bring him 11t and beef For additional foods he has bacon Deans bovril bloaters broccoli broth blvalves bananas berries biscuits buns and butter After a banquet of bonnes bpuches he may bring out his brier and blow his baccy while he bestrides his bicycle These are but a few of the beneficent things included undjrthat blessed letter lb Now as a contrast take d and among the first words we think of are damp dark dreary dismal dirty pressed despairing and so onthe very sound of which is enough to drive one into doleful dumpsIflic Hackney OB Parade How a high bred hackney looks jhirdcHorses Nine It wasoxTcrypretty sight presented arfue horse experts JJnjnjLJtbaKjfilm to persons In boxes and tier seats They saw a blocklly built strawberry rotiff his chiseled neck arched in a perfect crest his rigid thigh muscles rippling under a shiny pont as he swung his hocks his slim fore legs sweeping up and out fond ev cry curve of his rounded body from the tip of his absurd whisk broom taU to the white snip on the end of lila tossing nose expressing that exuberance of spirits that jaunty abandon of mo tion which is the very apex of hackney style Behind him n short legged groom bounced through the air nt the had of the reins keeping his feet only by means of most amazing strides Saving More than 500 persons competed for the prizes offered by n Chicago pompa ny for tbe best thoughts on the subject of saving The man who received the first prize wrote Saving produces a peace of mind unknown to him who in time of misfortune must depend on the bounty of his friends Determine to save for will power is the primeessen tinl Deposit regularly Lay aside some portion of each weeks or months income Deposit extra and unexpect ed receipts It is n short but sound and comprehensive sermon on thrift and enlists In a good cause two forces that sometimes fight on opposite sides will power and habit- Uebukinn mn OrffanUt An organist had for some time been trying to extract a compliment from Dr Nathaniel Emmons a well known divine of Franklin Mass The old doc tor possessed a cunning wit used spar ingly however The otgnn is not as powerful as it looks said the organist after one tbe services Some of the pipes ofI false placed there only for effect Ah exclaimed the doctor his tures brightening there are times when even a clergyman may prefer the false to the real True PollteneiB Be careful not to confound politeness with the automatic following of social ReCOrdHeraklDo fOlcl11rules and be natural Remember that a bit of the milk of human kindness n few grains of good common sense mixed well with a desire to do unto others It a splendid recipe for success In most walks of life Would Help Her Out Mrs Hiram You may stay until your week Is up Bridget but when you go must tell yoy I wont be able to write you a letter of recommenda tionBridgetDont let yer want of eddl catiou imbarrass ye madam OlJI write it fur ye an yfc can make yer mark to It Philadelphia Press Hardly a Love Match Miss SmilaxAnd so Miss Passe and Mr Gotnix really got married Was itI a love match Mary On the contrary I should call it a hate match Miss Smllax Why I dont under stand you IImaidToday Happy boys Enjoy your playtime now and come again to study and to feel the birciKrod and the ferule to maytorrod anti the ferUjg and after that another morrow with troubles of Its own Nathaniel H 1wthorneJ ccrintnlrhnnocsmndem JanitorWell when people want em very bird they generally moveBrook lyn Life Feline Ethics A correspondent sends the following story to Animal Lifer 4I called the kitten writes the cor respondent who sprang from her basket where she had been lying with her mother and foliowod me into the next room The cat followed growling war Dglr and taking it uiJby the neck Lreplaced it In the basket Again I called It and again if came at my call This time the inotheri growling still more threateningly followed us again but this time she seized the kit ten by the taU Instead of the neck evidently as n punlshraant and pulled it roughly along the kitten mewing help lessly For n third time called anti once more It came to me but this tUne the mother was silent SIte came took up the kitten dragged it off and then began to bite it again and again In or l11ctllrodcalled It was In vain The Lions Roar Major Austin writing of Ms travels In central Africa says The grandest the most awe Inspiring the most tremendous voice on earth issues from tbe throat of that king of beasts the lion It Is difficult to describe that mlpbty roar bursting out Into the silence of the night nnd seeming to shake the xory ground beneath one It makes one feel petty insignificant of no account when his majesty voices his satlsfnc tlon at having dined well on some poor unsuspecting antelope which huts nit lowed Itself to fall under the clutches of that ponderous paw The men hud die together a deadly stillness follows there is a catch In ones breath and it Is with a sense of relief a whisper per haps of Simba shiba the lion Is satiated arises and conversation gradual ly resumes its flow Old Eosrraved nine Among the legends of Greece it Is told that the father of Pythagoras tile famous Greek philosopher was a celeI bratcd engraver of gems and accord ing to classical history both Helen of Troy and Ulysses of Greece wore en graved rings Engravings on stones that were partly precious was an art at a very remote age The British mu scum proudly boasts the possession of a small square of yellow Jasper bear Ing the figure of a horse anti the name and titles of AmenopbisII believed to date back to about the year 1450 B C The very finest specimen of engraved gem now In existence Isa ueal of Ne ro carved on a first wi ter diamond by the brothers Castunzl h the year liDO AD rA Carfoua Gd Among the most extraordinary pieces of symbolism known to htve been used by tbe early Asiatics wati a figure of a donkeys head ised as a representative of the Deity There Is nt doubt what ever that the same enibkii wo3out Egyptinesa symbol yc leir red go l Sut The sjlprSfitlon of the yellow donkey of India the story of the swift ass of eastern Asia and tie ass of Dlon sins and many other marvelous ass stories arc nil survivals of that curious form of religious wroshlp the adoration of the ass head Where Iffnorancc is DHn Miss Inez Scntz Its true Im en gaged to Mr Rounders The other night he told me I was the only girl ever lovedand Miss Truster Wheres the ring Didnt he give you Miss Inez Seutz oneInext day ut sent eler to be fixed The stupid en nrImade the inscription Jack to GW lIIdoline Ihstead of Inez rhlladd pbln Tress Busy DOT Hallit Wlmfs the matter You look nil tired outt KlnyI Klny And no wonder Ive hind n mrd day of It dont know when Ive worked so hard looked at the men clean up the railroad station this morning and after that lsaw throe safes raised Into four story windows anti four loads of coal delivered In bas kots Boston Transcript Her Anatomical I = pili nn Teacher of class In nuatomyi How many bones are there In a chicken Millie youngest luoisibcr of hi nre family I can tell you how rinny there are In the neck That the only part ever gct Chicago Tribune Near Tlverton Devonshire England there U to be seen a blackbird with white head nnd a speckled hack Something l118losr IILittle Mildred aged three said day when she stood 1111IIsnt It funny when folks stand up they havent any tapsIlttio Ciion- ide Not Ho Does he Interest himself In books No sniffed IJsJ Newrich my husband has clerks to do thatt for 111wI Detroit Free PrcfsjA clarion voice In a novel means i something very disagreeable In ivnl Ufpn lud talkerAtchison Glob C 6J flfEDfORDS TIT nf TITft 1 1 UfTJ THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE w O I A sallow complexion dizziness1 biliousness and a coaled tongue are common indications of liver and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they aro painbutthough less painful at the Btartarc much harder to cure Thedfords BlockDraught never fails to lit diseased liver and weakened beneI neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever and ague It is a certain preventive of cholera and Bright a disease of the kidneys With kidneys inforced by Thedfords Black Draught thousands of persons have yellowperfect health and have no other doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive calls cfa doctor 1901I IBlackDraughtI i T = i 4tlikeitAgue Cure you certainly do like lt 1 wsu INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN r II FoJPlanning Agricultural and- Horticultural Exhibits EVERYTHING GROWN TO BE SHOWN I f Chairman Johnson Hopes to Blake a Display of Fruit That U III Open tho Eyes of Worlds Fair Via ItorsA Special Committee For Every Classification J Kentucky since Its invasion by Daniel Boone has been known as au beIgrown anything that would thrive elsewhere in Uncle Sams country While this fact is so generally known the Kentucky Exhibit assocla lion has determined to make it better known to the thousands that will at tend tio Worlds fair in St Louis next year It has placed In charge of jthe collection cf its agricultural dis play Col Ion g Nail the State Corn ColonelNail theIrI119 subcommittees In Kentucky in structions arc given for preparing this dlsplnyiAs thb exhibit at St Louis must be uniform in itself and conform to the requirements of the Worlds fair of flcjals as to awards etc it is neces Bar states Col Nail that sample from each county shall be d toe sano dimensions as far as possible Col Nail has divided the generai exhibit into classes and placed at thy I Mt F JOHNSON Chairman Horticultural Committee SPfCialchairman namerWdistrict and J T Walker of Hopkins ville for tho western district J B Smith is to Iook aftpr grasses In gen Oral while the lion J J Johnson orI Louisa will hav slipetvlsion over thoIgrases from the mountains There will be three subdivisions on typeItype Samuel R Ewiag Owensboro the purchase types Judge T r Gardner Bardwell Major David Las tleman of Pleasant Hilt Is to look after Vie hcmp display On garden Clanp1co8all1 willJwide experience in silos and forage plants A deal of space is to be do voteli to novelties and the Hon J W Kennedy of Union will look after association has secured 5000 square feet of space in the Agrlcul agrlculi5000 square feet to be given Ken tacky tobacco which will be incharge of a special exhibit committee appointed for tho purpose and 2000 square feet for whisky also in charge of a special committee On Col Nails membersI andIlatter Henry 0 Louisville- Col Nail has had a reservation of 3000 square feet of space made for these two displays In the JloptJauh tural building- In his latest circular of instructions Col Nail calls upon the county com inlttces the total membership of which amounts to 432 to collect com plote ezlilblts in art classifications Far the grains he gives the follow ing specific instructions Corn Entire stalk 10 In number with blades ears and tassel complete ears 10 In number shelled onethird gallon In strong cotton bag The varl otlea should all be shown white yel low red mixed lopcorn Kafflr corn etc Wheat Sheaf nine Inches In dam rtr bciDd vJth tvlsp or wire tlirc el onufourlh bushol In cotton bag shculd be shown in every variety grown in fib stale The macaroni anti Enror wheat should be shown OaLsSheaf nine inches in dlam eter bound with twine or wire sheller oneforitv bushel In cotton bags Black white nllxed winter and every other variety RyeS nine Inches in diam eter bound vilth twine or wire threshed onefburlh bushel in cotton bags White black and any other thoIfourth bushel iki cotton bago Buclrwheat + Sheaf nine inches threshed ouefjourth bushel In cotton bags He includes under grasses every thing grown in the state whether for meadow pasture or forage including the following Clover rye grass tim othy blue grass orchard grass herds grass red top Bermuda grass crab grass sorghum Kafflr corn mule maize He wants these sampled made about six cr seven inches in diameter for the long grasses and less for the short ones In long bundles he per mits a largo tiqk bound Into give strength The seeds of each variety of grass known tp grow In the state aro asked for Two or three good samples Of tobacco from each tobaccogrowing county are asked for Cal Nail states that It Is thp puroose of the commit 1 rIet 10 exhlbltgrown1jtoII j Hemp is iu shown inall sUagea from seed to lint An oldfasbiBned break will be taken over to the 4P brefliiDghempof 1903 whoever this may be ifeinp breakers with good records shoiiid do thlshonorplay of the old way of hemp maWfcys ture fIe has called for sampl ii of seea in half bushel packogesllana samples of bundles eight inchM1In diameter tt the middle 4 No ihstructlons are given at3 this time as to the preparation of the gar den products exhibit as it is thp purpose of Mr Sale to show the grater part of this display from the crop of 1904 Col Nail wants all seeds cf veg etables of every kind gathered this year and preserved in such quantities as may be thought advisable He throws jut this rather encouraging sea tence The growing of seeds for mar Let can be profitably done iin thIs stat There are some in which we lead As to silos and forag plants jt is announced that an effort will be made Whichtoplants useful for forage and haywUl depaqlIntSamplescacu should be preserved in the imost wrappedOneagHculturalnovelties Ev ry freak of natures be shown from the largest pumpkin and thd twin ear of torn to the talk with the most ears on it All this na Vlaceherepawaaws and black and red haws Mr Johnson is determined that the horticultural display at the exposition shall equal that of any state in the Union He will make an effort to keep a continuous display of fruits In season during 19Q4 but not to rely qDlngtoantL keep them In glass for the fair Some of the best samples of the late apple crop wiJJ be preserved in cold si CPerhaps the most beautiful part of the entire exhibit will be that tb be made under th direction of Mr Ianz florlstsheIdeasfor1ICONTEST IN THE AIR1 AIRIUnique as an attraction will be the gltdlngIhasj ver been attempted at any exposition The aeronautic contest has caused such wldespretyl interest that even at this date Its success is assured Santos Dumont Sir Hiram rIterII igate the air in the races scheduled for 1904 Out in San Francisco an ntire block of land Is tenated by persons who are building an immense airship in which they propose to fly KhSt llngastructed near Bridgeport Coon pnd at Frankfort N Y there Is a baljbon farm where experiments are joking made with a number of new flyinfeUire JjThetblbHi ing participation In the contest fNo inventor can compete for the kiand prize of 100000 who cannot giyat m4fflightnd a returndThis great race will be over auJO mile course shaped like a letter i4L which will be marked at the turti1 by captive balloons and the prize wfcjl be awarded to the competitor whose njer age speed during three trips shqlj be the greatest j Many other prizes have been oftyied mariiOlnecarrrlng mile and return Two thonsaad dol lars for the gliding machine mounted by sit operator which shall advance at witijkhehorizon tho best airship motor Four prizes of 5000 each wit at tract balloonjsts as well as alrshlnJln ventors One is for the grentestfut- utle attained the second for the jcjng ret limo In nlr the third Is foeijthe aeronaut landing nearest the Washing ton monument the start being made from the exposition grounds nnql the fourth is for the longest journey direction ftay Klartlng from the exposition prounds IIIlic Hclfef Was Mutual Young man snld the professojrVns he grnbbiHl n frisky junior hi lie shoulder hI believe Satan has got hold of you believe he has was the qulcte plyrKxehuiKt NetS Unlnea Strantp DvrcHcrijj Itccently the Prltisli BovcruuieiUfJilpb ilshed nn Interesting report on the like swamp dwellers of New CulrCa This strange race of human behisij tyus dwelt In the 8vuup3 rout times vvfljicl aiitwlate the oldest native traditUjis and It is evidently on the higbroati to becoming a distinct variety of unliiinl ftlJcalncht muscular arms and a robust trtpijv have short and slender legs WalWiis always In water or on moist ground jMchogWalklnqQDbard anti unlike the ordinary natives whoso skip U everywhere tight nMl smooth the outline of thoir loins lppl scuretl by folds of skin More apelike than any human being that JtlTC seen Is the concluding criticism oif Ijhc British administrator It Is proliatoof ireateman being with flat swimming dUd wading feet and degenerate physique wilt be defeated by civilizing ngeii cies Fifty years hence the last r cbj- jjilzable specimens of this qjiecr pftce will perhaps haw incased their paddle fee in boots Perllaps their wOnv- IiI b3 wearing high heeled shC Bjit the record of their existence is Inter- eating j uapincsL Tapp5tess Sooth to say It doer tot esrist or rather destiny serjea it outt to us in fractions in small dosea ho mcopathlcally Happinesses made np cf halts In the ro1 broad stage of life so long and yet sos tort there nre rrtive moments when ire sit down by the wayside and would gladly stop there go no farther sleep a little on the good earth whIch will one day embrace us And Immediately the march march of Bossuet rIngs out and urges us on A halt Why Up and on quick we must hark forward life con tinues We rise cudtfke up our burden again March March Jules CIa retie National Longevity Of European nation the Norwegian and Swedish are the longest lived the Spaniards the shortest According toI n foreign statistical return recently Is sued the average duration of life is as follows Sweden and Norway 50 years England 45 years and 3 months Belgium 44 years and 11 months Switzerland 44 years and 4 months France 43 years and 0 months Aus PrussiaIyears and Spain 32 years and 4 monthsIWan Mad IHeA German who recently landed In this city was attacked upon the street and bitten by vicious dog A few bystanders rushed to the mans assist ance wLo was apparently more fright ened tItan injured add asked if the dog was marl The German exclaimed iVot Der dog wad Vy he be mad PhihludelphinLedger the first life insurance society was nrtrd in London in and another iu 1700 Xeitber was successful Hla CrtdentilltIEmployer Yes t advertised for n strong boy Think you will Iii the bill Applicant Well just finished lick in nineteen Mbor applicants out in I- ebullSt Louis Star Mncli More Sensible Jack dear when you are gone I rliall plno nwny Dont pine away Spruce upLle IThe Ram Feait In Morocco the strange season of tho Mohammedan new year beginning March 9 is generally called Altel Hanweln the ram feast The people of Morocco pay more elaborate atten thou to the item of sacrifice than any other Moslems In every town a su preme offering of a raw or he goat takes place at the door of the principal mosque Immediately titter it is struck b ti offleIaNu nr uceoftt multitude It It Hung on the shouhlers of a stalwart Moor who cscrtlng his utmost strength runs like a deer throng the narrow streets pursued by a rabble The poor animal is pelted with stones ly boys and Is Jeered at with execrations from every house as it is reputed to be currying the sins of the people The man rushes along with his burden till he reaches the door of the cadis palace If the animal Is still breathing the augury Is excellent for good luck is to be expected nil through the year But If the ram Is dead all sorts of evil prognostications are mut IteredoThe Charitable American The AmerIcans are looked upon by the peoples of Europe as the in6st wasteful persons In the world and they do upend thefT money with a free dom unknown elsewhere because they have the money to spend But with nil their apparent carelessness there is no country In the world nor Is there record of any in which the people devote so much to the welfare of the unfortunate and tbe wretched The practice has become a habit and is looked upon rightly enough as an obligation No one can free himself from It Ejrery one has a neighbor somewhere arid he will not fulfill his obligation merely by denying himself of some luxury or pleasure unless the self denial bone fits his unfortunate neighbor Phila delphia Ledger A Womans Wealth Paines Celery- Compo nd GIVES VIGOR AND EENQTH To DEBILITATED AND BUN DOWN WOMEN It it maintained by many distinguished writers that the greatness ofa nation depends muchupon the physical condition of its women The general conditions which con tribute to health and long life are those which do not imply a rapid and unequal exhaustion of those powers by which life is maintained While we assert that the women of our land stand peerless for beauty and the virtues that make them lovable we cannot hide the fact that there arc thousands in our midst who owing to overwork worry household cares and an unequal exhaustion of life power have lbecome weak nervous sleepless and debili sated wearydespondentearths great rescuer and health builder Paines Celery Compound Thousands of presentieorCelery Compound Mrs Stephen Smith St laul Minn tells how bile was snatched from the grave she says I had a bad attack ella grippe this spring andwas at deaths door and no tone ever expected me to recover I was so weak that as soon as they brought me out of one faint 1wtS in another I could not take any nourishment nail doctors medicines did me no good A friend n4vtscd my husband to get me a bottle Paines Celery Compound whith lie did Uut had no faith in it The second tIny after taking the Compound I began to get real hungry and took an interest in things I hall everything that money and loving care could supply and with that and Paines Celery Compound I am now doing my own work while three months ago I was myhealthpound andshallalwaysl recommend it NO NEED OF SOILING THE HANDS WITH Diamond Dyes They ate easy to use and are made for home use and home economy Diamond Dyes never disappoint and will make tlc old clothe look new 50 different colors Direction book and dyed sample free DIAMOND DYES BurUoton VtS v Thc Kiiid Von Have bcpInycetra borno the sifffltnro oC 11so1t II All btsiExpcrlmentgIntannnd ChuldrenThcperienco ngaidst xprImen 1f Miiat is CASTOFHACas- torio Is a harmless substitutes for Castor OHI Par goric Drops and Soothing SynrjiJ It is PJcasaat ft contains neither Opium Morpiiirip nor other Korcotio substance Its 4go Is its guarantee It destroys TJTornw and allays FcvcrJslihcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves5J3eething Troubles cures Coustipatloa IStomachnaturalsleepThef GENUINE CASTORIA AIWAYS4 Bears the Signature of t 00 TTj The KM You flaie Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years fV r FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOLS TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY BUILDING WORLDS 0 School children ud twJegenerafly invited to tote cents eacj ten east jUme All over sail above trip expenses teach to Into erection the Boildii jrat Ex position Every voter thasgiven the satisfaction knowing atrttthy cause nail Important object bees nicled the sarae time a favorite teacher received recognition Contest con dnctcd tider of Edncatincl Exhibit Com mlttee JCcntucty Exhibit Kentucky BnUcLn lfull 4Schools Or member of 1Ctt7 academy college orunivetsity medical dentat tr thesilogical Institution protestautorctch1u denominational scho is eligible toeleCtion 3tcmbcrs oftheEducaUond U1hibit ConiiniLcc ncne excepted Names of nil cclocl children DUn r to enrolled ia thcKentnctTBaildinff tie Jtipo thittIclacctory The io tetcIera cosrawi thu hcr Ladeti inbetngteudriedthis trip to the Fulr Every county C1fCt own most popnarcdaetr iia conntyoutsidecfjeffersoa catingthelargcst iumler votes will allowed to rend two teachersthe snout popular and the second most popular CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH cast TEN votesfor ff4oyrIi I 4c lt iies71icmost t1t of p i11r tlCI cin f i i f f iGtJ l 9n ONE DOLLAIi ENCLOSD I f Ilc t lcf s1lOc 1oc lOc Voters not required to digit their nataes but the tjl school ciiCdrita iluildingVoters tia Awociatlpft cr bCap- aper from which clipped Additional ballots may be obtained IrtrcfeUinff extra cppirs ibIs paper i i Remittances may be made certified check registered letter cent postage Cprecrpostal money order or In VU1reSC7 senders rtali d1esI nit communIcation to E JIucna5 Secretary Joufn11c lTHE TOTES WILL BS XES Cixlti EiCIl TET COSSHliUIiiia JLUXM AUen cents each the State trill be able to east utleOteeesls r Wother faTOrtte teacher lint the vOting w not confined to school children PAnET8 05 PUPILS LIT OFT ICIU PUIENDS liii TOTE The pnJYOM ohM eIelba being to elect the most popular school teacher iu each county as co considered by the paUie generally as well as by the school children DaUnts contain ten spaces so clubs tea pupils may arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with his or her vote oneperson sires to east ten Votes it may done by writing bis or hefname on one of the spaces sail remit ting one dollar Itisnot required that the name of the person voting given stall All of the spacer for TOlersn311 a may be left blank The Association rants howererto ejroll n Uw Kentucky DulidLag at St Louis nctycr the csaecf every child vho ca tone or more votes i th contest Pupils ureaskedthercic tosll11 thUr names nlytothebaUot ALL EXPEXSES OF TUB TElCHEnS WILL BE PAID by the Association this will todmks riilhroid trLnsxJrt1Uon from IoulsviUe1o tL Louis sad return boad atoned theCSt1IOLI3 ta the city for six cay a and admission the exposition groncdsfor six days THREE TABTCV ITILTi BE HADE IPlBOT TOE BOSX POPU1 An sake Use tdJl- more profitable andmore enjoyable Each these parties will consist forty teachers Tiara would make a total ol 10 te1chers but AJ ou1y JJ9 counties In Kentucky the Assoda- tlou his decided to allow two teachersthe meet plpul1r and the second most ivpnhArto from that county Jefferson erccpted trliich costs the greatest aeaber votes thecetesz ALL TEAOIEBS IN TjrB STATE S7A5D C3 EODAtFOOTISQ la this coatest 1Ie teacher with only twenty pupils isay receive rora rtca th12 Ute teacherwii five or slit tines Jllilicwl1lbennlmpott1nlVotes may cst for any iersoa who tau ht school dating inca or te teaching sow raJa gives the teacher ot a Eve mouths schocU vtlch closed in November orlthe opettMt- ty to voted for during the vacation period- ASrinraBCaOFBAHOHHAYBEtiASTATOSETniB There ia no limit TIle elIan sent iu for any cue teacher tbeniorevoles hecrane will credited with ONB DOLLAR CASTS TEN VOTES TWO DOILAES CASTS TWENTY VOTES TXXE8 DOLLARS CASTS TllIRTY VOTES POI3n nortrs CASTS FORTYVOTES PIVE DOLLARS CASTS PIPTY VOES TEN DOLLXRS cirra a IZUIWIED VOTES ONU 1LUNDRZD DOlv AU of the money received this contest over end above thatused defraying expenses oT the iso most popular teachers the Stole oa their trips to the WrrWs Fair willrro fqr the tion fa Kentucky BnUdtezat the exposition so every voter in this contest znay the addi tiorel satisfaction knowing ttathe has aidLdaworthy cause tf TilE STATOKO OP THE COSTESTASTS WILL BE pnlED FBEQUE5TLT iae chco mty to sbowbisor herfriends howthe race is being run Begin roUnf tiowforiyotwaKtte elilteacher Thevoteawiht be counted under the supervision the EducaUoa ExhibIt Ceamktee of the Association Tire personnel of tide cbrainittee as follows Prpfc HG rowae11 Lode- vile ChsirmanProf II V McChesaey Prof R P V Louisville Prof F runs Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Palmer Ptes ident Whhlam Dlnwlddie Jackson Dr W O Frost Uerea Dr B B HumlooB Lorisrille rDr B Y Mulllns Louisville Dr Arthur Yager Georgetown Superinteadent ACMWy Lwt ington Superintendent S L Krogge Frankfort 2rof J Crajbe Ashlssd PIe MeHeaty Rhoads OWtDsboro rroC rSAlley Ddlevuer Pro fCo C Chefty liowhisg Greee Prd Bass S acer Louisville U1ss PaW S JIm Ie Mrs EmIly BDrsckcaLouleellle IN- M BTucket Louisville Members the UdnCl1tional Cenmtttetnre sot eUci Is ei4Qa Is this contest BEJXE3BEH EVERY COD5TT ELECTS ITS FAT0WTE TUCm Cesspe44es bseee counties otiiyapplles the race for the trip the largest total iiunibcrof votes being granted the tbedlsUnctlol1ClC1Id twtecbe s The result will announced in every paper the rttte and in d tStO thto a sutsUloryinesssire will ro4o the teachetplrctecl in each county L5teDthf ilctaihs tbiw irn arranged each teacher chosen being given the privilege fetecttoc 1M o JJAugust i4inwhich be or she wants to make the trip 3 Frisco System H AV E ON SAIiB IoWL AT St Louis Memphis Cheap One Way and RpuhdTrip Home Seekers Rates First antf j TuesdaysIn To ARYANS AS riStsOUIU KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TEURITORYt INDIAN TERRITORY and TEXAS Foe Rates and ItfoinhLton address HI KcQalra TrPasssAgent W p Pow G n rlA n C1NCINNAlo l Kodol Dywpepsla 1inJ Dflcsf t what yfttt t c5 FAIR poriiiat IImoney of era go cf Kentucky the of have at ha auspices cf organizationror aprodnhavingetledappropriiUSatewhtherteaerinpvb lIe cr private be at its of be f are of of in l be of be If de be be cf of lite go of ia be be be LARScAsTS0NBTH0USANDV0TES in in of of Jfrankfort HalleekTeMisvilleiTjsC Bartholomew of count3a0nt5Idof3ctaSsMe be iq of S Kodnlii Dyspepsia 1110- Digests whit yOB eAt This preparatlcm oonUiM all of the dlgestaqts and digests all klMta at food ZtglveafaetanbMlkifMdl falls to cure Jtalloifsrou to Nt aH the foodyouwanTbeivostseitiNto- n3achs can takeIL ByI usaathousands tit dyspeptic JMt bs cured attereverything ee fuII L M VrsventsjormationOfgM isMO acfi relieving all dlsbret lAiR MM Dietngunnecesy1sMItbtK teaseilo1ykr 1n WMA ben rtwW spg Foleya oney aa ThrCe4 Wit a opiates and can satel be 1 i to children Hold by Wood Campbell fi Ieys Kidney tikIkiand bL kr ib