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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J- t2 11 iTI1 l 4 i iijj t tI I NI SLfPDIR 4 AF t 4 II I IIit r SeiiesmVo1 X No20 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTU ICY MAY Hft903 bOO AYEAB r 1 = j tJMBURTONOJ UIIbERTAKERS fiAHg EMBALMERS Carry hi stoc all klnfIOfJraner- aui PHONE 3 I OUR DIRECTORY cSPUNGFrELD countyseat of YIahi gtonunt52 miles souh miles from ust of ixatton 59 branch of- ulJviiferid DardStOWlluIsyflteSfl L fivi11 V1iiroadln I fan41ga i i1iticuuur21dbtI ks teC1tPh and telephone wkjik r lumbermillsofficcrflourlines Express of1100 population 0 yard Pbpcation ceunty 1500- 0Representativeiu u Hon D Kyfff fl Smith Hctigenviile LessttinKentuckyRepresentative Hon G A Dohoney laturej Representative inState Senate Hon EPurycarCampbellsyilIeKy County Directory r CIRCUIT COURT t Suit Court begins on the fourth MabY In Febrnar Maj and hat 15 Pattescri Judge WBAtYliv ti1 Cant OlrC TiioV A Medley Master Comtmss t oi r QUARTER COURT Qairerlytourtisneldm the third jtiriday to each month L fc LitBeyj JudgesCOUNTV COURT s on the fourthmeetsCounty CUt Monday in etch mouth Jur Litsey Judge WFBooker County Clerk T SMayes County Attorney George CatettJer Broti Croake SherifftRichard Isham 4 I UdneYOSbomet Deputies James P Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor Fr POBryan Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer Jiit Montgomery Coronet nComm JW Busgsupt ot oioo1H P OTSprfngfleld i CITY COURT JameRNo 8 life J dge 4Johnq1farsha1 WD CiajbrookeCItY Attorney I tJ j JUSTICE OUaT held in January L Justice Courts are tpriuI1 and October I tChutcii r Directory 1 t v 7 CHURCH 5 BASSIST RevjGtt rgeIJongias Pastor Ser 3 and 730 Mct yeynmSchool at83O Prayer peBunda y at 730Meeting On Wednesday night 5 j MttTHODIST CHURCH IRer J D Ward Pastor Services J pn the First and Third Suudays in Poach mouth atll a m and 730 m Sun Sunday at 10 am i y8clio3l every r J meUDgeVeryWed sday- light c 0KURCK Pastor Sex J 4Ptne33riyrySUuday at 8 and 10 oclock Serv s aStRogelsame bour- rhCHRISTIAN i CHURCH 4 Rev Felix Pastor Service lecond and fourth fSunday iin each month s P tMSBYTE1UANCHURCHI RevGAtrtCkland pastor PreaChing every Sunday at 11 am iakdlatT pin Sunday school every SaBday at lOam Prayer meeting jitSw Thursday evenins at 7 oclock 1 Fraternal Orders MASONIC lopGB Springfleid lodge l1fl lontb Washington R 0 Chapter No 7 3 every th1i4 Monday SpVingfTeid Council No S2 meeta everrjtourth Monday ItalGHTsofTHH JMACAHKVs Meets everr first ednesdav in each month Er AMERICANI I llTRUSS SILVER JII i I r iI ZaitoWw tt1CIQ COOL I I hrIIC xNOlUklentn VJrlONsHlptier Bick pi J r cIerf I Pcrsteby U J Haydcn- jSO K3Aa niWmWiiWW iWiUUmwro g A ROUND Of TALK II 1iThe Signs Of Summer xavierFJOYdIPWbnt Das easy ehoa you bo nnYou kin tell it by da punkins An de ripenin o ae con You kin tell it by tie breezes AbJowin thoo de ky You kin see it in de raiddrops- An smell it proachin nigb Wen yon see de watermillicns On de tendah little vines Den clap yo hansan holler Cause dey sbo ata Summab signs F TOTED FOR HENDRICK It There were many enthusi astic Hendrick followers in this l county to whom the unexpected withdrawal of that candidate the race was a s td blow So bitter had some of them be come in their opposition to MTh Beckham that thy declared that they would not vote for him anyway in tIns primary On account of the peculiar circumstance of the ballots or at least part of them having the name of Hen hick on them these enthusiasts were allowed jthe privilege of voting for their man anyway In a certain preciuct the ballots contained the name of Hendrick undisturbed and as it happened to be a fiendrick stronghold it is said that a majority of the votes t were cast for that candidate who e d made such a brilliant but short run and who also proved to be uch a terrble qnitterF Itr xEDIt anpears that noto a few of the voters of then county presumably those who do not read the papers have be ome somewhat confused over he primaries many failing to understand about the date for the district primary which takes place on June 6 to nominate a Cir cuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney The impression was 111lwasto Wholshould booths on Saturday and after aspendijigthe ballopcame out and askeJ one of the judges to show him the name of Judge he could not find it PattcsfnasI Others were found notI IIheardII primary on June 6 and failing to locate the state primary 10ID busTheyi yS thd trustees of the new graded school arel busyIrj nowadays receiving applicaII tions for piaces in tlie new school 1i 1yet to be buHt Quite a number of applications have been re ceived for the appointment t the principalshin but no one has yet been decided on finally There are also Tuuisrous appli cations for places as teachers all1j of which will be considered lafr on The delav in starting on tho construction of tbe new building Has been occasioned by changes in plans and estimates but these detail have about all been setI tled and it is said that work will be started within a very short time VTy HE NEW POSTOFFICE e Jj new postoffice which is t be located in the new Mason- iTernpe is to be a model of beauty and convenience A representa tive of a prominent manufacturer of postoffice furniture has7 been here and a contract has been made with him to fit out the new1 olInol fixtures The riew office will ii roomy and convenient and sec ond to none in thc country IiGtimes do in dry weather the farmers have good prospects ahead for the coming season The wheat has wintered nicely and the outlook is tine for a large yield unless of course the drouth strikes iitT4ater on jOwiLg to the back v td season Ittlanaghorl of the average but the far mers have been putting in some 11pa11 ever looked better and that there will certainly be no short age of plants such as was the case last year and at other sea sensiHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Batarrli that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J OHENETCO PropsToledo 0 We the undersigned have known F Cheney for the last 15 years and belieae him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firmwWest Trnax Wholesale DrnRgiFts 11ToledoWaidlng Binnan Marvin Wholesale Uruggists ToledoOw + j Halls CSTaflrS Cure is taken inter naily acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price The per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonialsfree Halls Frmily pills are the best c E Too Great A Risk In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbas often before medicine could be ilpiocured or a phy sician eummoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept m band The risk is to great for anyone o take rhamh rlAii s Colic riinl flraCoubtedlypeople and relieved more pain and suffering tnan any other medicine inII se It can always be depended tipon or sale by Haydons dragstoret Foleys Honey and tar contain piatee and will not constipate like early all other cough medicines Re fuse substitutes Sold by Wood Campbell Bardstpwns Business Boom Not for a long time has theiv been such a demand for buildings as there is in Bardstown at pres jcnt There are more houses nder contract and in process ofe Ierectiun at present tnan there hl1sesI t will add greatly to the alpeilr- nceof the town These a e thes houses of Judge John S Kelly ICol B P Grigsby Supt J Tyler Davis Messrs Geo RIConner and W K Lewis Mr A V McKay will break ground for his new residence Monday and Mr Wm Hi gins will coiq niercc as soon as the material can he secured POstmaster John B Wclor and Mr John Eo Newman wilt also build du ingI the present season In add ition to the above there are several purposesIThere are alsp a number of perI pons who are desirous of building but are unable tr find lots that vare for sale Record tiiiok Airostt J A Uulledire of Vnhpna file wac twice ih tt e hpspil il from a severe case of piles can ling 24 tumors After doctors Randall remedies failed Back lens Arnica Salve quickly arrested furl bel infiimntion and ured him It rs tHaydon5ttt Whi you want a pleasant iliysii IicrJeBites and stings from insects ami swelling from any cause is quickly cured witii Ir Classes German IVnc trating Liuiment Soul by UVoJ Campbell We Want iA Graded School There is an effort being made to secure a graded school fOI Bardstown Tnis is a inavc in lQthe right direction and should be pushed to completion If Bards town wants to keel up with neighboring towns in thj match of progress it will be compelled to have a school of this hindi prominent citizen said to a reporter for the Record that such a school would enhance the value of property in Bardstown and would do more towards helping the town along than any oilier 10nethingRecoJ1 eFQleVd Honey and Tar is peculiarly iiadajtedhoarseness Sold by Wool Camp bell n Tobacco Statistics The total sales of leaf tobacco on the Lonisyille market January to April 30 1003 were 58JG76 hhds against 78112 hhds sold during months of last year 11I- eejectionsJnnuai to April 30 903 were 55T hhds against 7OW hhds rejected during corresponding period of lattyclar t Total recoiptd January to April 30 lOOSilwcre 41397 hhds against 57021 jihds received dur ing correspondling period of lust l year Up to tbe close of April tnis year we had sold of the 1002J crop 62278 lihjds against 722fcl hhds of 1U01 Crop sold up to close of April 1902 Of the total sales this year j42 110 hhds wdre Burley and 31J2 hhds wqre dark tobacco Total stocks jhclcl at the Louis ville market oij Apil 30 1903 ere 1269i hhjds against 17780 hhds held att the close of April last year Struck increased dur ng April 31 hhds Farmers lorn ontnn11 I GEAM ALARMEDf Byy a Persist cut dtlll1J1llt PcrinaiiGEtiv v Cored byy CUpttins COllll-h ijeMy Mr H P HurUage aVstudent at lawn Greenville SiC had been troubled for four or tlC ytais with n continuous cough which he ays greatly alarmed e causing me fa fear that I was in the first stage of consumption1 MrI nrbage having seenJhamherlains uli Remedy tiduertied to try it Now teac whtt h cnCludedI Isoon felt hI and after using twu bottles of tie- rciitvIlve eenti size was permanent ly cured Sold by Haydons drugstore You never heaird of any one using Foleys ILuney and Tar and not bejnc aatisged Soul hy Wood Campbell Kentucky News A T Sill of Wliftloy cuunty was nominatoil for Railroad Join mission or by thp Republicans of the Third district Burglars bJoko into a store at Clinton Ky and sectred prop rty nll1ednt81t1lIH Tom Cock roll says he knows the assassin of J P Marctun trlhiHasking Ciov IJckhain to sonda sprcial jjudge and olllcors toi Breathitl Nothing has boon done Gov Heekliam has gone homo 0 votes In ail iutejrviow at Twk ontJudgoHargilr defends his duct and that of his family ini connoction with the Broathi tI couny fpiulsiLand donotiMos J llB Marctun vho was iS1SSi oat ed ashpjr gh member of a fa mi Iy raised in an =aiwjsphere of ffeuds AD Roovts pHstjmist ond Thomas lord 1p climc involved in a cjuarrol it Donton Ky and Jord m waf proh Ibly fatally wounded Made Young Arraiu kOic1 of Dr Kiuirs Now LifIIPills Idcn ligll for v atn1wjiese town PJ Ttc u ilnbqsi ill tre world for Lveo Stomach and Bowels Purey yegftablpI Nover gripe Oply LJ ot C J Ha dons dIIgIII Col BeiknapA Candidate Col Bcikniip v SJordiy mel allnOtlllI1 his desire fOII urpose to srcuro the K elU can nomnttiin for Governor Jol tel knii is well known toI Mvory ono iu Louisville and tu the State at li r IHo is iii jutivot man of busi ness who has given much of his lime and money to public affairs Ho cal isted when thore was a call for troops in time war wih spain and his a nn record is ex cellonnt Col Bellman is a inan or upI riphtt charartor acd his parly would have in hini as its leader one who would l command tho respect even of his opponents Louisville has in Mr Wilson another favorite son in this con test and the city congratulates the party that can command the services of these two menPosL TO Is Foleys Kidney Cure Answer It is made from a prescrip tion of a leading Chicago physiciau and one of the most eminent in hc country The ingredients are pnea thai money pan buy and are scientifli itca4yalue Sod b Wood 4 Campbel DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY x Passes Off Quietly ndNearl All Cf The Machine Men Get In The State Democratic primary passed off quietly last Saturday ther being rather a light vote polled except in the cIty of Lou villo where they turned uttlnfairly good numbers The fpll flowing is the tickot as it till stand unless possibly changed Uy the official count in the races tbr Attorney General and 0 iHi the Court of Appeals FopA eraor J C W Beckham Ljejut enant Governor W P Thome of Henry county Attorney G4 ell N B Ituys of B l1 Auditor S Hager of BoVB Treasurer H M Boswowi of Faye te Scei tall ipf State II V McUhosnfejr of Livingston Superintendent 6ff Public Instruction J Hr Fucjjuti ofJLjoiran mIhissionerJf AeTfi cul ur HiofJefferson Clerk of the CotirtTW Appeals Morgan Chinn of AjHr cor All canaidates who vrdro supposed to be backed by lu machino wre nominated uk ccpt in the race for Lieuteftivnt Governor where HBill Th ruic carried oil the honor and Jm the Attoriey Uenerals jrjlco where Napoleon Monapart HAys proved strong enougi to Ojler IBf 1JI11i tt- 53i votes Mr Hubert Vre for Commissioner of IIII ran second yith 12lGJ v S Judge Hagor was third with 1194 votes and Morgan Chinn ran fourth with 9470 votes1 r Thomes plurality over M rRtlI iclc was 1N0 totes Mr Haar- or Mr Chonault was t JfIIBosvorl its over Mr Gniiffith was 2 votos Mr ftorroUjxxvor MiUJulll 514H votts Mr 1111 rocoivod a llUlitlityof votes over Mr Ben fVUt for SuporintendenL of Publijsiln tI struct ion andM r Vrcelanliro coivod a Iurulitv of 11 ISUirivtM 1I 1l11 Praxeo Mr Chinn ice 5Mil more Votes than Mr G r41t1e- In this county a very light vote was polloJ the farmers ULIItpllr cent of the Democratic vote va polloil Seven PI- ciYcts of Washington county give Bockhnm 5r Thornete7 Rcnick Hays l Iiilin 7 Mitchell IfI irril J7 ijasro- rif ClwnwltJe Bos worth iLflI Griffith lilT Richardson1 Wat kins Hi Arnold 19 Siig iSH Watt FiKjua 1 Vivohuu J Its Hodiicr i1J riixee lt Ureono 1Iir CIiiimn1 In aiiothfr part of this php r we Vi vi thue ccmplete VOte 43Ii- ioutity i L Ilr Jotpii Pomiiiville of StiUnter Tini1 I ftvr liaviiif Hpent 32iiW Vith lct I1C1oJ fur tii1Cii tftiiI- lilt withiiit relief was adtii fd byE Ii- drugitt Mr Alex Richard to ify a box if hambcrlitiih Stomach and LIMT Talilcts He didso finlii a II well man today llftoithled vil i- nlittion halt ta tfin thf moutlit jai of aypetitf or constioation x in1 these Tablet a trial and I are certAlh be lore that pleased witlf the result For salet cents por box by hay dous uriitsture j Scaffold Fell1E While building a cornice on thc resilience of Mr JJ Mt U jptt of tthis cityt yostorday inoriinsr tile scatlVld nearly iwont livo Iiit hiih on which Ihe c irjioii tOtS stood gavo way amil Mossrs ilas Lyons Ed Clomentii and HaltIIMy hair came out by the haijd ful and the gray hairs began W creep in tried Ayers Hair Vigor and it stopped the hail from com ing out and restored the color Mrs M D Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure jjh offering such a prepar t Ition as Ayers ilair Vigqr It gives to all who use tt suchsatisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using such im 1old and reliable prepara tl0n siee a itIt your druggist cannot supply send us one dollar and wo will expa you a bottle lie sure and gise tho uaat- of fOur nearest express once Adtlr s J AYER Lowell 4R5 11 L Y tThomas Badgett were thrown to the ground Mr Clements and MI Badgett wore badly shaken up and bruised considerably the former receiving a severe cut on the hand Mr Ly6ns however was seriously hurt and for awhile it was thought he was fatally injured He was caught under a large scantling one end of the the piece of timber resting on hit neck pinning his held to the ground while the other end rested against the side of the house The scantling fell with such force1 as to bend greatly and the pressure againsG Mr Lyons head was something enormous It took several men to lift the timber fromhis neck Whet picked up blood streamed from his nose mouth and ears and he neverregained conscious ness until late yesterday after noon Dis Cleaver Kelly and Knott waited on him and all the physicians say he is very badly hurt At half past four yester day afternoon Dr Kelly in an swer to a telepliQne from this office said He is very badly itytuld condition uncertain Mr LvonSHsfcone pf the leading Illcchallicsof t tis tt ad is an employe of the Lebanon b Co His many friends wish him- a speed y recovery Enterprise i Thllf It is said that nothing is sur excep dvath and taxes but that is DOtaltogether true Dr Km V New Discovery for Consumption tis a sure cure tot all lung ana throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van Metco of ShepTierdown W Va says I had a severe at tackjjof Oronchiiis and for a year tried everything 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 Poetinonta and Consumption Try it Ills uaranteed by C J Ha don llUggistrJItial bottles free IdReg sizes 50c and 100 A FIrmor S81rilltlIot Dot A man livingi on a farm neat here GomplNelyII I Pain Balm and told him to usq it fieelyand if not satisfiedl after using it he neell not pay a cent for it says C 1 Rayder of Pattens Mill N Y A few days laterTje walked into the store as straight as a string and band ed ole a dollar saying give me an other bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm want it In tho house ali the time for it cured me For sale b Haydons drugstore SjP Jackson Assassination Tom ouktill has sworn out a Warrant charging Curtis Jett wih the assi sfmiiiun of J P Marcum ot Jackson Ky Jet t has loft Jackson and is believed j to have gone to Winchester UrtkiTs are searching for him An ui coclirmid report reached j Lexington tint Deputy Sheriff Kwon who siamlmgb Marcum andIIt Judge D Ii Red wine has decided not to call a special session of the Circuit Court in Breathitfr county tujriycatig to t e assasi nation of J B Marcuu It isj announced that this course is taken in compliance with the vishes ifSfriends Kentucky Fair Dates TIt dates for the varous fairs are tixod us follows Uicimond July 13Q days Crab Orchard July 224 flays darsIdnVildaysIdays Lexington Aug toii days 1Vrn Crook A ug IH 4 das Lav roncoburg Aug 18 4 days Shopherdsvillo Aug 18 4 days MaysvilleAug tfI4 days Shclbyvillo Aug 255 days Springfield Au 264days Bardstown Sept 15days- Nicholasvillo Sept 14 day Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Greep Sept 154- das Kentucky State Fair Owens It oro Sept 216 days Henderson Sept 2 5 days Narrow Escape ILast Sunday Week Mr Bike Abel of this neighborhood hail an occasion to cross the Rolling Perk at the Spalding ford He was driving a young horse which was hitched toalight spring wagon When near the river he vas told by some ope in the neighborhood that the river could be crossed withoyf danger Burke accordingly drove inta the stream without hesitation but soon his horse was in water over its haad and the outfit and driver we e all going down strearu in a perilous fashion Burke was loaded down with a heavy overcoattbut he jumped from the cart swam ashore apd quickly stripped himself of till heavy overwear and plunged into the water again The horse had reached a sandbar on1 which its fore feAt were resting with head aboye the water Burke swam around the animal unhitched it from the art grab bed the horse by the tail with his left hand and taking hold of the ha ts withi i his right he strfced the horse aslfore The horse made a bee line or the poipt at which it entered the stream and lifter a hard stauggle reached it B rut horseand cart were all sas4 uJLthe work was dangerous and ota nthat required not only nervH butctSMi ago and strength Water soaked and cold he drove back to the home of bis brother Ernest where he received proper atten ion Enterprise The 1atcsif the Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bonos of amman of average size loses two pounds of wortyput tissue This vasle cannot be replenished and the health and strength kept tip with out perfect digestion When the stamach snd digestive organs fail to oerfrm their Junctions the strength lets down health gixes way and s eaSt sets up Kodol Dyspepsia Jjare enables iht stcmach and jlufestlye organs to digest and aStirnie all of the wholesome food that mybe eaten into the kind of blood that retuiills the tissues and protects the health and strength of the mind and body Kodoll cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles It is an ibeal spring tonic Sold by C J Haydon plendid Investment Many of us dp not know that bad roads are responsible for so many of our woes because we have not thought says Isaac B Potter Some of our farmers are p iijnt and many are con tented with those roads and do not know the value of a good onfe A good road is a splendid inyetmen There n ver was a gbod road made in any civilized country on earth that vdid not pay 100 per cent a year pn its dost A good road raises the almi of every acre invites us to mar- lket wherf prices are good and takes us put of the clutches of the commission pirates who sell our goods behind our backs It- tttheir own figures keep their own accounisand pay us a pit Lance fur our toil and trouble A good road shortens distance saves time wagons horseflesh hctrnesa increases the load and lessens the burden and makesU possible to haul two tons to war ket with the same power that now leaves one ton stuck In the mire A goud road brings us closer tqger drives out gloom makes neschbors out of hermits dis counts eyery farm mortgage andl brings joy and contentment to every community Imagine man look knea cheerful deep in mud trying 11 A S lartliE T0311iTo save a life Dr rit of No Mehoopauy Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked With violent hemorrhages cauedby uloeration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles soI prescribed them The patient gamed from the first and has not hail an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Constipation aud Kidneytrebles Try them Only 50c ac CoT Haydons drugstore Heavy boss IThe store of Hansford Curry CoM was burglarized Saturday 1 ight The thieves effected ai i THE OLD RELMaLic ROYAl I i P11i lIiK HG POWDER AbsolutmyPirs THERE IS HO SUBSTITUTE entrance by boring holes thrpjigh the frame of thetrnnsome at the reardoor and then Unockinglfetl rthe glass aiid climbing malremoving the bar and opening the door The burglars were evidently judges of goods for they tpplconly the bestcarrySing away Han nans shoes and several bxes of the bes1 hosiery hirts hats cravats suspenders 4 tine dresssuitcase and a gross or two of fine collar buttons The goodaon the side of the stoUt where thecash drawer is bcated were not bothered and or that reason the thievesmissedgetting xome cash that had been left ihi the dra rrJu hett and bracg and bit Wnich wasuscd at the transom were left on tbe floor when the thievjes SJbeplace5Mr Hansford pjacig hip loss at about 200 HamjJisi ourgfferald Ts TiTdillfJsaorc Constantmotion 3arthe kidiwya which are kept in place In beibadyfbr delicate attachments Thla sA the jeasoj that trayeJers traiment etIcar men teamsters and all who drive very much suffer Irony kidney disease jin some irin Foleys Kidney Our strengthens the kidneys and carcialt Iftrma kIdney and bladder dieseL Geo H Hausan locomotive engiaetr Lima 0 writes Constant vibnittea of the engine ausedmea great4ea1Sof trouble Avlthmy kidneys andlfbV FOleys1p4aeCure A Utile Early ite nowud then at bedtime will care constipation biliousness and Hyer troubles DC Witt Little Earlr is era are fCc famous llittle pills that cure by arousing the sccretious aoy ing the towels pently yet effectsaliySand giving such tone aud streBgtk to thegiands of the ston1acdItIye removedfinned for a few days there w JI e soidbJOJgr Sudden Death- News has just reached here ot the sadden death yesterday after noon of Mr Charles Richards a wellknown farmer ofithe Chap lie neighborhood The facts told to us are about as followir Mr Richards and one ofhiI sons wereengaged in p1oughhigS When the former com piaineSlbf biug tired and ceased his llabura Iu rest After some time h elapsed the onwentlisftbpwhb was lying on the g otnldfS arouse him when iC discover lthahe was dMr Richat4 is About 55 years of age indhijsdeath it is said resulted iOI heart disease He leavis IIrgsS familyStandard Pruit In Fashion t Fruit plays an important pjirt I in the fashions this summer f There are many trulttr1 mea hats which vie in lovHness with the flower laden creation gjfccfc collars belts and veils are frt qnently embroidered in a fruit design f Among the newest pf the chiffon veils used asabatdrapery rre those indarkfcpllor bliick chiffon with a heaSstitched border bapg the lotgt ends embroidered in white siBcji in n design of cherries Tbea thereare fruit hatpins and fruit belt pins to say nothing df tbi belti buckles with simulate fruit jin their design and are aw t coloringMyWomans it From caltrt ontjearm tbe wont ortof ahwrj I a6rewr boil JDeWitta WitckJlga1i1i is a quick cure lit tatafWtch Hazel Salve 1e- gdtfleW1ttthis jrtk Jc it the iwtvt Hit Jieals wlthoutleayingz brJ ftciBcfbr hUnd bleeding JjtcWuf iw protruding plies Sol j by C J Hay Ildonl t SS TIlE w LAD j PUBLISHED EVERY iHUKSDAT r SI AYEAPIINADVANQEI f SPRIMGFIELD KY iI X E L DAVISON Jr EDlTOaAD Pcm1SD Ji i IiGcal er l p lnes notices 10 cents per tack ubsequentlflserttofl VfV CaUsoa candidates and IpoliUcal matter cents perline p1io6t work Is done at low rates bet cash A au5t he paid on deUveryof goods i AATertlfllag contracts mado on liberal Jk fmtif V- 5f Obitearief and resolutions of respect 3 6 ken tii perline T L1oUNflauiNTs i cvaty Magistrates o s 25 CfuntyOfflcer U JJJ t District Offices u U = jITHURSDAY MAY 14 1903 f tnFo Circuit Judge irwr Authorized to announce the ii juuaeof i FIIJEY SHUCK nauatEior the Office of Circuit b udceoftlit the Eleventh Judicial fcDtatrlct composed the coostles of Marion Taylor Green and Washing tkn subject to the acUonof the Demo llet party 1j rr 7 We are authorized to announce thOr name of f CHARGES PATTESON r candidate for the office of Circuit a ZJudge of this the Eleventh Judicial Dllrict composed of the counties oT Marion Taylor Green and Washing tonsubjectto the Democratic primary Commonwealth Attorney l We afe authorized to announce- rr BEN SPALDING i t ail L candidate for the office of Com aonwMthB Attorney for the 11th Jadicial district subject to the action a 01118 Democratic party Primary eJection June 6 1903 j i We are anthorlZe4 to annOunC- OBENRYS MCELROY for I 1jn1th8 Attoneyof the llch Judicial district subject to the action of thexDemocratic padyt W jare authorized to annotflCOt V RL DURHAM Green ccuhty is a candidate for the of L of Commonwealths Attorney- 8 objictilos tho action of the Demo cratic carty in this the Eleventh I Judicial district composed of the It counti 8 f WasliIugtQn Mar9n Taylor ancCdreen Primary June U 1803l JRo CircaftvCterlu We are authorized to announce MBT FM CAMPBELL aa oandidaje for the office of Circuit Court Cjierk of Washington county rovember election If elected will be 59 assieted In the office by Bobt Noe I lfE = For State Senator f We are snthorlzed to announce- JOHN L pRUNDYI 6t Marlon county as a candidate forj the office of Staw Senator from the 15th Senatorial District aubj ct to tileactton of Democratic party Prclnctconventlons May 30 1903 WefAre authorized to announce r Mf HARRY LANCASTER 1oanbon countsas a candidate for jfcSfeoiBce of State Senator from the isth Senatorial district subject to the actl n9f the Democratic party PreolnctcohvenUdnB May 30th 1903 JS t For Representative W are authorlzejfl to announce Mr WILLIAM D OLAYBROOKE asacandli3ate for the office oft Representative in the lowcc iihonseWashington county i t Comp et official returns frcm jeihty countfcjs and urio3Ecial ajiipariil leturns hem four t eenoth counties iin the Demo St cratij State primaiT show the nqmanati6a of N B Hays for Attorney General over Willard Mit Hell offH Fuqua for jfeupeiintehdent of Public In struction over Ben Watt and of Morgan Chinn for Clerk of the Court of Appeals over Robert I 1Greeue Theses are the races that were left close and doubtful bythelirtr rns iy9 i C rtli EtJHe man ciho iis j iUito I e the assassin of JAB X rum at Jackson was arrested 1r Win esteran roy they ara righting ih out in the courtt as to whether or not he will bi taken back to Jackson fora trial Jett is anxious to betoken back to his native haunt where he will probably be speedily re fleasedto dp sjme more killingv 4 The defeatedcandtdates to fore theeinoontic State Pri 1fs r iiiiarr areCry1ifd 1Dg 4 t6 t the returns in the city ott Louisville were maniprLted byr 4 4the Machin4 in favor cf iits favorites Toa man upa tree t Lion Co Statesof America l The greatest nation in the world Is the greatest consumer of coffee tLionGoffee is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its purethats why = = tft J r the figures as given out in many instances do look a little curious to say the least The Court of Appeals has or dered the reopening of the Meacham injunction suit by withdrawing the order dismiss ing Jhe petition for a rehearing and instructs that the petition e submitted for further consid eration Commissioners Sale 4M Turner admr Pit vs IEquityf Bettlja C Turner c Defta By virtue oto Judgment and order of sale of the Waanington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1903 in the above cause I shall proceed to otTer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky1 ON MONDAY MAY 25 1903 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout Ing county court day to the highest bidder at Public Auction upon a uf one and2 years the following described property towit A tract of land lyIng in Washing ton county Ky on the waters of the Beech fork and bounded as follows Beginning at two beech stumps gfir to Dan Warner and T Clebartthence N 84 14 oles to a branch then p said branch 70 12 IOles to one on west side of the b ch thence S 31 w 26 poles to beech trees thence S 22 w 24 poles to beech trees cor to Sam Turner thence S 16 w 33 poles to a dead beech tree cor to John Cocanougher thence N 68 W 18 poles to a stone S 70 w 20 poles to a stone N 63 w 9 poles to a stone thence N 4 w 121 poles to a stone N 68 w 58 poles to stone on a branch cor to Warner thence N 781 poles to the beginning containing 98 acres and 20 poles This farm belonged to samuel F Turner deceased and is known as the Mitchell farm It lies on a good road near Texas Washington county Ky is convenient to schools churches and markets is well watered and iis a fine farm for gt6ck raising For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchaser with approved ecurity or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest fromII date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply with these terms IfJlUUlJJLJJ A MEDLEY M C W C C A Lesson In Health Healthy kidneys filter the impari- ties from the blood and unless they do this gopd health is impossible Foleys Kidney Cure makes spuud kidneys nnd will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder diseaseiiIt strengthens ths whole y Wood Campbell The Oriole and the flee Birds their treads being small are usually regarded as stupid but nn amateur naturalist pointed out the oth or day a proof that the Baltimore oriole ut least is very intelligent Take the orioles habitat In the summer he said and all around it you will find the decapitated oodles of bees The oriole is fond of honey and he has dlsI covered somehow that the bee carries honey In n sac Accordingly he rushes down on the insect snips off its heatl removes Its viscera arid then swallows the honey fhatfis now laid bare shows intelligence on the orioles part but I have not yet described the thing which shows the birds reasoning pow er most strongly It Is only the sting less male white headed bees that the oriole slays The stfnglng bees he leaves alone wisely Record VIII Power and the Thntnb 1Would be hypnotizers should noldt- rying conclusions with persons pos sesslng longer jointed thumbs tim their own for if there is any truth In palmistry the strength of ones will depends upon the formation of the thumbthe will power of Its owner be ing great or little according to the length or want of length of Us upper joint now the thumbs of the Roman boIl day makers were formed mattered nothing to the defeqlcjl gladiator whose fate hung upon icir being bet j forward or backward rrnethod of de creelngfllfe or death to which perhaps we owe a man at nnotlvers mercy be sold to be under his thumb Cham lIng Journal The Pancake Bell In the tower of St Marys church Morley Yorkshire England hangs an ancient bell bearing the date 11C9 Every Shrove Tuesday morning It la rung for one hour and the custom has been followed for centuries although its origin is quite unknown The peo pie of the locality believe that it ha some connection with the baking o t pancakes on the day before Lent Hence its name the pancake bell eOn tie last occasion of the ringing scores of people went Into the Belfry t01 take a pull at the rope In order that they mlghtjclnlm some share tlie traditional usage Adam and Eve Adam and Ewe got along very well until the lady took advice outside of iJjee own yard Adam of coarse was henpecked or he would have slain the snake very promptlySchoolmaster Haitr Judgment iJones Womeiunre not good listeners Trtlincr rT7tlnl youre never had em for servants Kansas City lode pendent Connecticut la from quonne long tuk tidal river qut at that Is quon netuckqut at the long tidal river Tjell2l1Iiell2l1IiNews From The G1ti Cunty1tt 0Jlli lii v Happenings Amon the County People I IccMcecI FENWICK Miss Jennie Logsdon spout f Saturday aud Sunday with the Misses Kelly J N Cull bought a twoyear old filly from Bowles Bros lor 100 Mrs Eva Smith of SpringI field spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Fannie Payue who is quite ill Walter Wells called on his best srr here SundayIMiss Rose Kelly and Mrs jl Martha Shewmaber were in your town Saturday shopping airs Man ha London spent SmitblMissRuel Poster spent Sr day with the family of J B Yaste Quite a large crowd attended Sunday school hereSunday- C T Logsdon and family spent Sunday wilh the family ofI W G Adams J E Adams our famous pho tographer has moved to Frede ick townWill bo s t a huirgy of Th mpson Gr pn for SW- OMs Annie Logdon spent Saturday and Sundav with herJJ cousin Miss May Lanhamv Kent Rodgers Jought ot Geo Yocun cblored two shoats unknown Also a ow of Bob Mcllvoy for 20 We are very sorry to say that Mrs J M Janes is very ill at this writing Mr A C Tumoy is improving Mrs James Wiliest visited Ivr mother at this place Sunday Tobe Begley and son Willie werE in our midst Sunday Wilhsbur lDr M W Hvatt arid wife are visiting relatives at Bloomfield this week Mr H L Burrs of Decatur Ill is visiting relatives and friends near this place Mr W R Sims and wife ex pect to leave this pLace in a few days for the West where they will make their future home Mrs Fannie Sheeley and Mas ter Rudolph are visiting friends near Wuodlawn Dr Sam Crumes paid our town a call Sunday He is guarding the smallpox cases near Kirk land He rep rted the cases ge tinglalong nicely Mr C C Foster of Pulliam passed through our town last N onday en route to Springfield Mr Tempi s and wife of Camden are guests at the home of w B Gbb5 Mrs John McliVoy is on the sick list thk weekrrtw rest of lne sick are imp ovin Messrs Nat Brickcn Jess Crumes and Henry Rovalty ofr Maud called in our t w on hi tt Sunday to see sjiiu ii the fairs sexIMadam Runvjr 115 tliru il bpa wttdiir 0 n who ifaof Pulliam spent list Supdaj with Mrs Sue Merrill W L Wells of this place undaynOn the 30th day of MHV Dcf ration Day pxercises will bo held held at this place in the allot noon Miss Ett1 Bowles of Mack yUle is visiting Mrs W W Hyatt this week Itarmers seem to to very bus3 at the resent in fact is busy The ladies eeIYbOdI cleaning Our town have a firstclass pike the citi zens have begun breaking thp ro3k ZENO Pleasant Hill Albert Matherly who has beer on the sick list for wesare sorry to report is no better BJoonjfield O William Foster sold a nice mare and colt 4o Daniel Heliard for 75- James Shock had the misfortune to lose a valuable horse Sunday m6rning IiMrs Ruth Royalty is home after a visit of tio weeks with her daugher Mrs Mary WallsI Mr tsaac Armstrong and his brother George had a atsputa about something one day last week in hich both got very angry Isaac struck his brother on the head with a hoe knock ng him senseless tq the ground There has not been very much corn plmied in this community yet but I jink there will be in a ftw days if the good weatlur stll continues but there are some people hat are not ndone plowing the gmund is so hard and it will still get harder if it does not raiii rivht away Mrs Pa lnm Warner who has been sick for some tire is improving at this writing Joseph BurkheiH sold 13 nice t 4 Iizs Hofirv rahamatGc Ililisboro The raiers d10 DasyjMunliiig COecMi odund ife spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Mary Thompson Mr Lizzie Reed and Misses Sallie Fitzgerald and Malie Tohin attended church at Spring field Sunday Miss Beiha Eilgcrton is visit ing her uunt Mrs Kate Moran near Valley Hill Miss Agnes Uine is very sick at this writing We are sorry to hear that Mis Ida Godby islying at the pont of death at Chaplinn Mr J P Burns has returned home from Paris Ill where he hap been witn his dauther Mrs Burch who is dangerously illIFitch Tiodby made a llyirj trip to Pcrryvijle Sunday Mrs Maggie Shewmaker of Fenwick spent several days last week with Mrs Fannie Show makerMr Om er Scotland sister Miss Gladys and Miss Gordon are yisitin Mrs Emma Coulter Mrs Emily Wilson is spending this week with lur son J S Leach man Ben Mcllvoy and wife gave tlw young folks a singing Sunday n iiht John Leachman sold two hosS t James Vi Hell forS2- 2Gardncll Mr N B Royalty lost a line brood mare last week Some four or five you g mules have died in oi5r neigh rhoo j ffi in bloody i raM If Sheepshearing corn phliil1g- t laud Cardeiiiiir arc tit orvleJ o the dlL3 AII stfin to v out only inre ffor fruit is cv ry thing 11 lloIi- Iday tea y1 ulJSer5 a l Isn jO per head IBrinker Royalty sold to A L jLit ev of Texas IO ewes at j per h ad- Sovprai casej of smallpox arc reported in ttiisetrlof liP county Mr Moberly is visit ing 3t Cornishvill this wck The Y M A met at Mr Goldman Ciutersons Monday night Mr Will ham has completed his builJingal this place We do hope our vorfiy court t will consider our condition as to bridges a we havenlan iron or covered one in this district We sure needa bridge across Glens creek and Three Lick Wo surely are in the ccunty for jsomSturg more than simply to- IIbe used by till supervisors ISeveral from here attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Messrs Graham and White went up with several nice horses VaxataxxxRelieves Instantly Catarrh O w Sore Chest Frost Bites Muscles25cDruggistsWP1tS1VSS15pWA For Sate by C J Haydon dIo ee AcfFri11t isi11P81stis S writing jj MOORESJILILEj if j Well the primary server tin ly 45 votes being polled jjiltl Torn Settle bought a two tear old gelding for sao casl1lilIe also bought a yearl ng cot Irice unknown T FI Hirdin and wife Vrtcd her patents Sunday as tilso did Owen E44is of Woodlawn ijj- Wo are needing a rain at tires ent ground is awfully dry I Mr Charles Bowles a d family Berjillictthis Since our last there has hnqn born to the w fo of James Cull a nine pound girl rjT Quite a large crovd from ere attended Chaplin Fork SurjiJay Mr Wallace McKay vhos herat last week with Dr J N SJijjhan returned home Morday A N Eddleman has resigned his position with the raijroad company at Booker f iuLoolJune 0 It sius that PattesonJ and ljiereasMiss Pearl Lynch atjlj Edd Gregory of Springfield vdre in our midst Sunday If liillium Springs I iIi I 4lotabout nice the hotel and spring Quie a lot of paintin lland cleaning up isbeing done in our little village r U L G Scott and family visi ted relatives at Tayloravijfe last week Suniay sctioo1 was org nixed at Tatham last Sunday with Mr John Davis Supt t Sunday school every Sunday eventjpg at a oclock t Mr Charles Richardsu aged about 55 years drbpp ffi dead while he aod his son wtlre at work Heart trouble is sunpostd tJ have been the cause Thomas Snider died of Brights disease Remains were interred in Fanview cemetery Mr Ivan IFoster and MjsJ rett- ie Ljiwson were quietly mrvried at the home of Rev BirJjjj rwish them a successtul and h p py life Mr IIsaiah Pnther aud li Miss IIabla Sparrow were piarried lust week at the homo u1the brides lparents Muckvillc vfi Mr John Elder of Arilcrsoii Jcounty has boii t kiting friieivls i j IdIttWil more Spoilt Sunday lighpl Aviih Mr Orcen th Peter and wife Mrs Walker of Tyrone is pending a few weeks wijllh her son Mr J P Walker ut this pI ceo 1Stutlee spent last St pdjiv iat home with his fauily iHrodsbiirg A nice Asphalt paymentJ is being laid it front of the ijipMst- church which wil be qaite an tIiimproyoment tMc Adams moved Irs jjvoto w1fred1elickstowlIt a good business while here lr r A goodrcrowd is cxjetd in town next Saturday il bcipj the monthly silecav Mrs MariJn Sweenavi has t forseeraLj1itisDied Lee Riley of Djep Creek hejbdh borhood after a lingerii g yUneiS of consumption He leayps a family also several broihers hisjjatlil1heMackville comctery lPullipm i Not much news thia wecnujtithC t farmers aro veiy busy I tl3flice atppndherottnis season ti Born on last Tnursday lii ht to toe wife of Richard Keel og a fine boy 1t John Denis sold som fatc tIe tat4ellC M1r Charlie Richard who jwed about 3 or 4 miles from PulJi m on he Chapl n and Bioooaflgld turnpike was found dcadst tThTpday He and his sciftre n tOC To Cure a Cold in One Day T e Laxative Bromo Qqinine T J A MI J b SeveaMilloa essoWia J3 TWI 9 YC i uiii Ii WiWiWiiiw wWiwiWW I The Farmers Supply Housei HiOFi i i I THOMPSON GREEN tiSlWIv v i Mi 1kFIs the place to go with yourtpro ul PMgtole If if I ti vv Ifvg Oral kinds Agents for OLD H1GKOEY WAGlONSand ffor the Belebrated + i1 ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCES IOni line of buggies for the Spring Trade is beginning to fi3arrIve and is more elaborate than ever 1 COAL in any Quantity at Lotestfriees fTHOMPSON GREENS F sf SPR NGFIELD KY = t t t t If O If fm mm t E Your Ifongue I If its coated your stomachs bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cures your dys pepsia make your liver right Easy to take easy to operate All druggists f1u your mmutnrlio or beard a boanulul bruwn or rich black Then use I BUCKINGHAMS DYE tftera l5tsrz oDMITII r IL Nt Iat work in the same field the boy plowing and his father cutting stalks Along in the after noon the boy missed his fat er from his wirk and going to look for him found him lying dead in the Hold with the corn knife in his hand Murray Gordon and wife ot Tatham Springs are the guests of J N Gordon this week WIN Kee ing was badly hurt this eik but i some better now He went to the depot with his daughter whb vas on her way buck to BardstOTn to sch ol 4Whie rn the coch the train started and in geltta ItT h sprained his ankte j jJuri In the 014 Day In olden times when a Jury In Eng Jund rcninlnetl liupervious to the Judges entlp moot of persuasion fine and 1m prlsomnent yore resorted to The Jury that acquitted Sir Nicholas Turock uiorton was condemned to eight mouths imprisoumcnt in addition to Iho payment of n large aUlD of money In the reign of Queoti Elizabeth a jury iiSvinj reduced prisoners alleged crime of UHnjder to that of uinnslaugh lor was uf once sent to prison and bound over In n large sum to be of gorcl behavior Penalties Were like wist1 intlicted upon the innocent wife and children of the offending Jurymen liven now It Is believed by some legal authorities that a Judge has the right to Inlllct a tine upon a Juryman refus tug to obey his directions Such power Is however not exercised except In the ngo of a Juror absenting himself without a Justifiable cause Of this proc lice there Is tho following story A Judge hud fined a Jurymnn for nonat tendance On hearing that he hind beeq unable to be present because of his wifes funeral the Judge whose wife was said to be not of a particularly beIwe all had the same IEa t Indian Monkey A naturalist who lifts traveled in the the1111lIktinteresting The expression of their emotions Is certainly almost human as they sit aud stare nt him coughing and snarling with anger and contempt drawing back their heads and throw Ing hand before tUe face with a gesture of abhorrence mid other move iiits indicative of shocked and out Vged feelings But predominant Is iiorromIour still degraded cousins Is to 9Ur su periority very aggravating Analyst of a Tear The chief element In the composition of a tear Is water but with water are associated minute proportions of salt soda phosphate of lime phosphate of soda and mucus and when ecn under the microscope a tear after evapora boneIselves into lengthened cross lines iteniiitcSflrownliId you hear about that real- Istic fruit picture that Thompson painted lip had it out In his garden and the hints actually came down and picked at the fruit Jones Oh thats nothing I know a man who painted a bottle of ginger boor so realistically that the cork came out London King IiI NewHore Seen Ezrys new horser asked one citizen of another I haVe was the reply Well what does Jt look likIl asked questioner Impatiently Well Ue looks sold the other man slowly as If Ezry lint token him for an old debt Boston Clirlstlati Regis ter A Few Facts Longfellow could take worthless sheet of fvpaper write a poem on it and make it worth 5000 Thats Geniusf r P Morgan can write a few words on la piece of paper and make it worth 1000000 Thats Capital A mechanic can take a pound of steel andl I V work it into watch springs and make it lworth 800 Thats SlolI We can write a cheek for 1000600 and It would not be worth a dime Thats Tough Your wife can buy a cloak wonh1o but Vt i prefers one that costs 50 Thats Naturall There may be merchants who will tell you t that they have better stock than we have GallliWe have a good stock otaJlkirtdsl of build ing material that we are willing to exchange lor either Free Silver or Gold at a reason able profit Thats Common SenSe SpnngpfieFd Lumberr GoV t z SScroftia sIcts oneiftiz of ksaty To remedy this perverted coadlUoa w s14se must be employed the most perfect of wWckM 1IirS llSUkwJl ad Wild Swest hutsH Cures Wats firef It act upon the dlgostlre oiraaa tad toM 0 the nutritive functlona thus fairlchtnr si4 yutCjr ft the blood pp that ucrofaloM coadlttoa ctesot nt a foothold or exist Dont neglect your health H toejMriew a wit ter Get Oders Sllkweed and W1M SMt PeUW and take It accoidln to dlrectloM LM r totti at sour druqsta U 7011 cnkist it RK u a postal for dranbt who will MM7 J IrE1ER SILKWECD COMPANY C KsnIukX J 1ui baa aLt J iiayaon s Drugstore The Doff In Egypt In Egypt the dog wn a friend and faithful sertant lIe lived In the house with his master followed him in lila walks attended the public ceremonies sometimes free at other times lield In least by a slave or child or In princely families tby a favorite dwarf At lIlls meals he had his place marked under the benches of the guests As in Greece rind Rome lie was there to die pose of bones the fragments of meat rOfthrownkeep the dining roon clean ThcseTveiV certainly not very refined fashions and If our house dogs had to satisfy them selves in this way they would bo likely to tile of hunger 1 The ancients did not tCfll the delicate tastes and disgusts in such matters that we experience Their life present ed excessive refinements and rude tea tures of which we have no Idea side by side The house dog in Egypt was a orilyblsceased to employ hump Th5 Cry otibe Loss The cry of tbeloQii Is one otthe strangest welrdcst sounds in nature i Those who have heard it can scarcely nlIntonl Hung round the moon Ah met Ah I hfard piping of the loon nt1I IJndAlmost nil writers who have attempt ed to describe the cry of this bird have likened It to unmlrthfuL laughter Thus Mi Vernori Bailey speaking of the sound describes Una follows On ly on ihe lonely lakqbn tbaJieart of time wiJdo you get the startling thrill of the loons wild cryone clear piercing note or It long quavering demoniacal laugh that to the timid suggests a herd ot qcJ v heJl StS MH11903U T Blue Grass Kmenes Fruit and Ornament al trees traps yinWr aparagqsiheubarb everythinafototchardIn and arden j r andjeralre- quest taloKueuff H P HIISLENMET4Lsxbtoei ri orJ I rw= txiI Fdey4 Uoaey and Tar Upeci iarljr adapted lot asthma broncbijIU MtA Wooct4Caqlpbl Dk J11BDRTON AkIDINT DENTIST TEfTH EXTRACTED p iI iTOUT PAIN 11 s OMPWB s H fM Block tip staIrs SPRINGFIELD KY a All Bcntal Work Strictly t Firstclass JH LAMPTON r f OFEIOEht V fc Opera House bJffi S JJSMOOKw SPRINGFIELD KY 5 tiFPICB Dr Rinehart8 for l mtroffiues over Peoples Deposit 11 ulc Office hours 12 to 2 pm i WrFfGRlGSBY i ATTORNEY AT LAW Once ovei Peoples Bank 8PRINPFIELD KYn iti HUMAN PANTOMIME Cfrixlk Getre1 Abiolotelr Idcntl I fledirwiUi CrrtalM Feellnc Certain gestures are absolutely iden F tified with certain feelings To shake o e ttsHs to threaten tobol up onefs fisgerig to warn To Indicate tbouglit t We place the tips of the fingers on the forehead to shqw concentrated ntten tlon we apply the whole hand To rub the hands Is everywhere a sign ofjoyWand to clap them a sign of c It would be easy to multiply exax pies all iaindIcatedUnderstands It Is the same in quite aagreat a degree with nationalities in plte of the original diversity of the races that make them up The mimecdcharacter results at otice race from history and from climate The gesture of the EngHshmaji Iso fierce and harsh He sneaks briefly brusquely He is cold positive force fiill His salutation Is cold and accen tuated but his handshake is loyal The gesture of Germany is ueavy good buSuiored and always ungraceful ManyC of the Slav people are look one in the face and they have a falsegesture The Spaniard and the Portuguese although dwelling 4n a southern land gesticulate little Their Ilanguage la rhythmic slow solemn they are grave their salutation Is a little theatrical The Italian Is lively mobile IntelU ntgnyBIs language IsfiarmonIou8 sonorous warm and luminous like his countrys sky The salutation of the Italian Is quick and I full of feeling his gesture colored and exaggerated London Answers The CeC e Cup In l rslaTTJie expression to give a cupof coffee has in Persia a somewhat pml nJ Blgnlflcance This Is due to the fact that the tfcoffee cup is one cog aired medium for convoying poisonh Some years ago the governor of djnn having long be nnt daggers drawn with the chief of a powerful mountain tribe determined in this way 0putan end to all trouble He pro fessed to entertain a great degree of I friendship and esteelin for the chief tain and Invited him to visit him at his c j Ucex The chief unsusplclously came accompanied by his two young sons for a weekjtney were royally enter j tained But at last one morning when the chief came into his hosts presence he was coldly received and an attend dtJ cupQt orreeJn fered to the guest The latter could npt fall to understand that be was doomed Preferringi however steel to a potion he declined the cup and wasH thereupon at a signal from his host1dsUbbedter death f tl WhemXem Were Branded fA curious relic of bygone times prob ably the only one In England still stands at Lancaster castle It is a stfong Iron holdfast Into which the prisoner who In olden tune had been eentenccd to be branded as a malefac tor Lad his band thrust and locked The branding Iron after being made rd hot at the end was pressed against the brawne of the thumb and on be Jag withdrawn the letter M branded ea the unfortunate prisoners fleshhi dlcated from hencefbrmjrd tbaLhe was a malefactor The ceremony was performed In the presencejifTthe Judge and Jaxzd9n4din opeacourtt and tho brander f varipblturned to the judge after hehaddone hIs work and ex claimed A fair mark my lord It 8Sa Ifld years since the Instrument was 1stused on two men sentenced to imll prisonment for manslaughtert Mo Can c For Alarm Iniarance Agent Now that you have v a wife dont you think you ought to take out a life policy jCew Wedoh I guess not I dont think she fa going to prove dangerous Chicago N w f BONE FOOD Soft and crookedbones mean r bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The gr wing child must eat the right fopd for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and on 3 through helist Scotts Emulsion is jthe right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses every dayr giVe the stiffness and shape thathealthy bones should havei Bow legs become straighter I loose jointsigrow stronger an I firmness comes to the softt helds Wrong food caused the tr4ible Right food will cure iit In thousands ofasesScott si Emulsion has proven to be th nife food for soft bones IQ lidhS nd for free sample scOTT POWNE Chemists 4OO4lS rItrt New York pC1QOslUzut Thw rii SUEADEF i TOWN a ittiIWW Wfii lLocal appenlpgs of Interest The Freshest and Latest c 1111 U Yourself Friendsboo AcgqftlntancesI If you want a good oil stove McElroy Shultz haVe them J FOR SALE Good Jersey mUchr cow H H HORD r The best screen doors tobeff ad and at the llowest price attt John Y MayestBuy tIle best tin and enamel pare We guarantee it McEl roy Shultz hatsliowMrs Kate WihIiani2o Now is the time to guard against flies Call on John Y i Mayes for screens and screen i doors a t Robertson Bros have just re ceived a shipment of ladies ready l ade all over lace and silka waists Use Pearl in Amonia Washing bid for house cleaning pur l poses washing clothes etc Ask for it at the Stores Wash silk turnovers that sold for GQc at40c 40c styles for 25ea hite collar and cuff sets at re duced prces Mrs Kite Will rns Thfi ladies of the ChristianJ church wilt serye a county court dinner Monday May 25 inIthe Robertson Brps warehouseS n Maiti streetRKeep cool Keep cool If you cant keep cool go to McElroy huhiza getaRefrigeraior Water I ooler and Ice Cream Freezer Wehave the besttMansfields are daily receiving shipments of newest upto date millinery They carry large tock and customers can be supplied without waiting You cn buy the Walter AtWood mowing machine for 38 and the binder for 90 of- hompsou reenThe Wood machines are not in the trusto accounto9Iealthmg Springfield at a reduced pricep Call on me for particulSrsq JASHAQERai Misses Maggie Hia t and s1artbntook the exnruina ion here on last Friday and Saturday for graduation in the Common Schools and will be awarded Il The first regulainachers nx- nimation I will be held at thc- igh School building here Fri ay and Saturday The colo edt 1eachersheld on this following Friday and Saturday The jewelry business of the ate A R Russell will be con tinued under the managemrnt of Mrs Mollie Russell assisted byI Miss Catherine Ru sell of Springfield a graduate optician and watchmaker Bardstown R cordIBeginning June 1st th L N will put on a regular train belween here and Louisville to run on Sunday The tram will leave here at 7 oclock and returning will leave LOUisville- at 6 pra The arrangement we understand will be just for the summer season LosTStrayed from my place on Perryville pike a black Polfed Anguscow abQut 4 old rormaitionbe rewarded by B W FIKmKI The ladies of the Christian church have secured the services of Miss Nannie Barbee of Dan yule who is one of the best im personators and entertainers in the state and willt give and entertainment att the Court House1 hero on the 28th of this month The entertainment wil be for the benefit ilof the church and should be well patronized Mr R Harry Shader of thi place and Miss Susie Harp sI charming young lady of Louise yule were quietly married on last Friday morning at 9ocloc k atthe Cathedral by Rev Father Schuman The announcement of the marriage was in the nature of a surprise to the many Iriends TOPICSI i l and relatives of Mr Slwder ol this place whom he had not apprised of his intention The newly married couple fame in Saturday night where Mrs i Shader will remain for a short time visiting her husbands rela tives Mr Shader holds a lucrative position as traveling re resentative of the Merne Candy Co Death of Mrs Abbie Muratta 11 Mrs Abbie Muratta one of the oldest residents and a member of ne of the pioneer families qf Snringdeld died Sunday m ing last at the home of her son t in llaw Mr G D Duncan after long illness due to the infirmi ties ot age The deceased was the widow of the lute James M rattannca daughter of Mr nd Mrs Davy P Spears who were punier settlers of this place She was born in Spring Held February 22 1823 and had hvei here all of her life She was a woman of many dmirable i rais of character and her life had been a true Christian oneb Three children who survive herr re Miss Annie M lirttp Mrs G D Duncan and Mrs A C Kim ballall of this place The sisters and brothers to survive are MrIin W B Spe rs of this place Mr Jack Spears of St Lou s Mrs Maria L Ball of Ft Madison owa Mrs Martha Clark of t Louis and Mrs Rebecca n obinson of Mob rlYt Mo The funeral took place OflA morning from theMonday PresC by tenan church of which she had been a member for years Rev G A Strickland conducted tKe ervices The burial was atf Cemetery HilldA TRIBUTE One generation passeth away nd another cometh In the death of Mrs Abbie Maratta we realize die truth of these words By this event Springfield loses ne of her oldest citizens and a cost estimable woman I had known her from my childhood Iarew up with the greatest yes ert for her many excellent l ualities I grew to love her as I p ttained maturity She was a p model housekeeper and in per on the personification of n at nes She was the kinJ hosptill ble friend the faithful wife and I mother But it is o her cha ac ItrevertIt b herltpew t l there were none provided in the pews and from which she san with clear melodious voice as if Gods praise Wit her delight How pleasant the thought that now tier voice renewed and purified is u ingling with those of tie r deemed above In tier life site had sore rials bu God sustained her I know that she has en red upun the rest that reniaineth for the people of iod May this though console thosoj 1IVoteI al vote for Washington county as cast at the Democratic primary here last Saturday For Governor J C W ham 469 J K Hendrick BeckI L Litsey LieutenantGoverncr WP Thome 412 Abe Kenick 56 for Auditor J B Cbenauli 273 So W Hager 181 for Ties urer Henry Bosworth 331 Josh Griffith 119 Gus Richardson 33I H1HaysChas Carroll 2G Ira Julian 4 1for Secretary of State H V1I McChesney 381 Superintendent of Public Instruction C IEL Sugg 237 J H Fuqua Sr 80 Ben tfatt 77 T N Arnold 27 J J Watkins 18 for Commissioner of Agriculture T T Hedger 288 Hubert Vreeland 171 J M Fr zee 15 Clel k Court of Ap peals Morgan Chinn 304 R L Green 200 IWOOL CARDING 1 wit do wool carding this season at oy old stand near Mackville Will begin worl July 1st All persons having wcol to card are solici ed to oring me their work G9jREN H H HOR- DDEttTISTOFFICK RIJJEIUUT Bur HnrmanQntiy located SPRINGFIELD KY FERSONAlf W C McChord is in Louisville on business MrJ C Mcelroy wasin Lou isville yesterday Miss Mary Lee Simms was in Louisville last week Mrs Jack Beam of Early Times was here yesterday Mrs George Greene of Louis ville spent Sunday with relatives ere Mr Robert Graham of St Louis was here this week on business Miss Mary McElroy has re turned from a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs John W Lewis goes to Louisville this week to visit he- 1shter Mrs Averitt Miss Hadpie Brown returned Tuesday night foma visit to friends iin Louisville Tim Cnoschcir is here this week on his regular trip in the in erest ofhis clothing house M ss Lidia McElroy who has een in D iwsbn Springs fur seve at ecks has returned home Mr Jehn Burns who has been on an xi ended visit to his sisters Pendletqn county has returned Mrs Kate Williams wis in Louisville Tuesday and Wed nes day getting new ideas in mil Ii e iy Col John 1 McElroy and Mrs C McElroy left this morning COla visit to relativesin Kansas City A gay party of young people rom town spent the day Tues ay picnicing near Fredericks town Miss M A Rice was callod to Pittsbuig Pa by a telegram received Tuesday announcing the death of a near relative Notice According to Section 7s Com mon School Law a poll tax ot 150 cn all while male citizens over 21l years of ago that resde in the graded school district and lax of 50 cents upon each one hundred dollars w rMi of taxable property in the districtl owned y white people or corporations has been lev ed for one year for school purposes Die time fixed by section ins two months and payment mus be made to the Dist net Treasu ex bef re the ex pir lion of tha lime Hu will e in his oflice at S ringfield at times to receive said tax1 At the oxphvtion o that lime 1 pm ty of 5 percent with attach eiit will b added and it will then be the dutyIIf tee suer to enforce same G C WHAUTON Dist Treas Otlice over tudoit Barbjr For Sale A tine y urling hackney stal liuri good work h rsi brood manUye rs old Iuti work mare Jyoars old fine short horn milch cow 1titiie httir sow and 8 nico pitrs Also 500 wh te oa posis slai board and wagon timber Address HAHUV DKKUINCKU Springfield Ky You never heard of agy one using Foleys Honey awl Tar aunt not being ijntisgcd Sold by Wood Campbell 1iMlI 1 1If i got rid of tli little mites that so liTQ make hen f fUeare their nest use t r t Fort1ey 9 r1i E s M IW YES JR I1Money refunded Jrnot satisfactory 1 4l Telephone Your OrdersIilij fREE DELIVERY pi + W FROM THUNDER MOUNTAIN Y The first Woman Explorer Of The INew Gold Fields Visits Sprinotield About four yeavs ago a briplip and petite young miss with apli paremly nothing more serious oh hgr mind ihan to have a general ly good time and incidentally hfartsIwiih relatives This week the e came in the same bright little individual but a period of ex perienco and adventure such as seldom befall the lotof a wman has driven much of the friyoii ties from that bright mind and has loft instead a head tilled with the fascinating schemes of gold getting Miss Mary A Rico ij a native of Texas but both ojj hpr parents are Kentuckians arid she is a true Southerner possessing however an amount of push and pluck that would put many la Yankee in the shade j Rice became especially IMiss by an adventure of which sjhe was the heroine just cnc year ago and which has bee widely noticed by the newspaper cf the country When the nosH gold discovery in the Thundj tn region of Idaho bej4 IMo knOVCfl Miss Rice who wq publishing an oil magazinjjjl in tho Beaumont OlegIOn cjjl Toxas determined to try unit f handa1 gold seeking and ace rl dingly ac ompa ied by hor fat er sot out on a poriiau4 journoy to the now kl Dorad l She mad one of a pirty thL1di traveled from Hal y on hur rj and pack mules over a mounta trail a distance of 125 miles aiitj tlirough Miovinsome places 2J foot deojj This journey Wii4 1 fti1 of hardships aiH dangor bu the p ucky little Texan aiuj intBthptrido her POly and dressed i1- niclcrbckirs leg ins swoatelj and slouch ha the Ii t womis to invdn tral ogiwn SIte was soin du belt bv ho miners hd Queer of Thunder 1ounlain Of horjoxperionces in thai wildj regiorfMiss Rice gives an inter esting account but with an oy6 10 the practical she at once bUU gan 0 investigate the riches oL that ngion and it was ntt manyj das bofoC site had ore assay lfages veins and all otherlei tails at her tonyues fllih is now Ge ucral Manager of thq h ZEIGLERS SHOES AND OXFORDS 1- I Are the best made T- f For Ladies Misses and Children i5 We have just received the balance of our large Spring Purchase of this popular make of Shoes and wo are now 5 prepared to lit a ny too have them on all the latest lasts eand in the different toes Prices guaranteed to be the lowest for such high gradTkhoes We also band e a g- S special line of custom work in Shoes and Oxfords for Ladies M5s0s and Children which we guarantee to be Solid Leather I 5 I adics Sizes 2 12 to 8at 125 150 IN75 S Misses Sizes ii to 2 atj ioo i 25 i 50 sChildrens 8 1o 11 at 750 s i Childrens 5 to 8 at soc j jjr See our new line of 80te hoe for 1nfnts Rpmema 5 ber we carry the largest sock of all kinds pf Shoe to be s had in Centra Ky Dont Be in aced to buy until you ssee our goods ROBERTSON BROS t tU t nft tfIf fffff f ftf 1 f f t fpuquesne Development Co the p Iders of some yaluable claims tItMiss Rice has been sent out by Ver company to inte est capital lists in the possibilities of the fiiew gold field and has just returned from Pittsburg where jshe gained the aid of some weal fcln pople who will put money jn her company in order to carry n the development She has also placed some stock in Ken lucky and it is said may have iDhejbousin of Mrs Elizabeth Hord r off this place whom she visits fi Notice to reditors 4l3y order of Washington Circuit Court all persons having idaims against the assigned estate of L H Seay are hereby lootiiied to present said claims atImy oflico in the town of Spring field Ky on or before May 25th iiJOJJ TIIOS A MEDLEY v L 0 W C C 7 Backache panls In the joints kwellitiff of the feat headache julio dice stomach troubles and general iJcbility are ganerally caused by diseases or inactive kidneys They can be prrmnncntly cured by the use of Gaytiba The most efficient remedy known tor kidney complaints Sold by Wood it Campbell Cut OtI Their hair A profession of the unemployed that tool pinte in London in 1754 did not iett with any great success or llhlie sympathy In that year wigs went out if fashion ami the wig makers of Lon loll wore thrown out of work and re huetl to distress They petitioned Mleorste III to cdnipol gentlemen to fwenr wits by law As the wig makers wont in procession to St James to pre sent their petition it was noticed that most of those persons who wanted to ronipel other people to wear wigs wore no SIRS themselves This striking the London mob as very inconsistent they seized the processionists and forcibly sitit oft Jill their hair London Express Voice niul Art Vhy in the name of all the sajuts aske tin toaster have you come back to Pologna yon tIlt most accomplished singer in the world Because Said the pnplbcame because dear master feel that dont yet ruIly know how to sing Mr son was the reply that Is what none of us shall ever know on this orcrtli In the next world there may bo more time for when we are young we hnve the voice but not the art and iwhen we are old we have the art but not the voice Gruln nnd Goodue I havo hail sometimes In mine gloved and wlitt pali of the upper class aid to heavy block hand of the lower and liave recognized that lKth are hut of men After nil these have passed before mo sty that hu inianity luif a synonym equality and that umlct4e ven there Is but one nhing wo oughvm bow to genius anti jthe only tiding before which we ought jto kneel gotsdnesk Victor lIngo tGUuSUffl1llOllt writes Folcys Ijonev and Tar is the best jprcparution for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it has cured Consumption in the first stages Sold iby Wcod Campbell DO YOU GETUP i WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Troube Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads rfhe news Sjpapers is sure to know df the wonderful jjjL f icures made by Dr SwampRootiUS 5II thegrat kidney liver j remedyfi4I H V 1a cal triumph ofthe nineteenth cent rydls I ofIi X Dr Kilmer the emt i n Rent kfdney and blad i der specialist and Is fwcnderfully successful In prdmpllycurlng IsJame back kldev bladder uric acid rcu pies and Brights Disease which Is the worst worm of kidijey trouble 2COlmendedHey liver or bladder troubleIt will be found J ost the remedy you need It has been tested jfi so many ways in Hospital work In private irafctlce among the helpless too poor to pur inlycryOfthispaper1Uilnple bottle sent free by mall also a book t4UlP more about SwampRoot and how toI jIIble1jdf ca ll EBaS m New and Usefuf jtlooksbought ts in view d COMFORT M USE m EASE IN PURCHASED 1m rvJ m Let me show yu the vlatl lit m comfortable necessities for ISfamily V r Bed Room Suits Iron l1d Brass BedsIa Sideboards Comfortable Rpckers ii Book Cases Center Table Etc Also m keep a nice line of Mattings RugsIOj1 m Cloths and Screen Doors I E75SV PKVTVtENTS M c1 t 1 willi 111 furniture orT the instaItM ment ii anymm k t m Call andsee the Millinery Department mIn charge of Mrs Gadberryc a 1 AbB GADBERRY 63 Opera House Block Springfield Zyil li a EEaaaa aaa j 4 Q E1 IL1SIT1 f 1 4 CUNNINGHAM 11L DUNGTIN8 8IOE t IiAnd see the great disp1ayf 1r I Embroideries Laces j1 Lace Ties Lee otr1 J tAn unsurpassed variety ot J f WASH GOODS 1in Silk Ginghams Merer ized Ginghams Lereeriz 4 Waistings Knickerbok eJ r Voiles d 4 1 WHIiEG OtiIIllj m a i rc rizedMadras f1 c4 fords Piques c r C75RRETS- ij v 4J tJust Re eivcd thei largest tOCk Carapets in TapestryBrtis11s Ingrainj and Granites China and Japane e Mattings Linoleums and Oil tfoths1 I that ve have ever shown f If LACE cuiiNsi The most effective chsigns in Lace tiCurtains ranging in price from 40ic to S600 a pair V It4J WA LLPAPER We are showing a most complete stoclt4Y of Wall Paper in beautifulI combinarntr tlons of French Patterns Oro lP Jf Florals Tapestries Ingrains and Tiles It would certaInly interest you to4tvisit this department We offer special inducemensto cash buyers in prices and theiBI10 Rebate Starnps Callforyourl impi 5tYours Vcry Respectrully i Cunninghto DuuoK- n1jo b JOAN SffMoELROY GENERAL INSTOGE Ai1 t rire7Lifef d Torcio4 it 0 J tOFFICELOVER PEOPLES BANK f1 r oGeorge Neikirk willattend tany buslnrfor me l A ftttilngton Letter OM haaartd Washington cor 4 rtpo d Qte representing the yM ef the entire country visit tHlBtIx M lIamt week and were jiwt lit the dedicatory cere wiisWhIck lasted three days JnliiVepbr which they bring ii ck to Washington are most iu fjftiroAiiigi They say that there irere SOMe errors of judgement titil rriage of plans jnevit b1eO the bamiHing of a great r oLpeOpleby inexperienced eMcitta but the features which tyrregard is of ooLal im 1 sayStrjKepii to remedy are the lack of accommodations and of transportation facilities between tfcL city and the fair grounds Jfithpfctinany way minimizing ioe plans of the Exposition offi iI I v al to provide greater facilities jloth Of these important direc rfidfis the newspaper men are afnahimous in thur belief that ibe rood opteof St Louis have padlqu ctnption of the IaMsity of the rowds they will be called uporrio entertain Making their deductions from CIitthey saw at St Louis and reprotenttis totl7vail themselves of the Exposi tion to present their vared in d firie art and historical illus thePnpredictgrea tke Exposition and an attend Vmce which will overtax the pro t Tritons ttow contemplated Ex position officials appear to be Making the error ot estimating i the total attendance and provid lax only for the daily average 4 While the history of all great ex positions demonstrates that the crowd are bound to come tit J tW1lesoT bis criticism of Newspaper men Iis offered in 4i4i friendliness and with the tJrvlngthe entergnsinj Seiiana Purchase city from ibarraMment t The political features of the iwlicatory cermonies were 01 SiUMual interest The appear jBirpt President Roosevelt and irtroMly living predecessor on iJMfcfeame platform the enthu siasm with which both were jpreted and the unpublished gspeeches of Mr Cleveland and r Snat9rHann at the banquet g yeh Ito the correspondents were significant and will doubtless uraish the basis for many reams 6 cPi In addressing the members of the press Mr Cleve JdaIldNr Uanna appeared in 1stiik1ng contrast The former showed an almost pathetic lack representativesoftbepen t uto judge all by certain I pace grubewhose frantic seirchesfor ensational stories r difiro cause d bim ience He referred es ly to the manner inwhich BevT sT spied upon during his honeymoon and the reports of his cruelty to his wife to whom he paid high compliment when kl he was n the White House He rIcocuded with an appeal for a s ift e and possibly for the friend sfiip of a class of men whom he 1 lidevidently never understood Senator Hanna followed the t ex President witha very neatly turnedstatement He said in substance that when ho tirst ante to Washington he was in ilaedt6 regard the newspaper f men as enerties but his curiosity t 11IOIir DUD Wbckthewarking man has fought fox somethingtMfia before his and ends long after it Morale sad soany a night her rest is broken by the babys fretfulness The healthiest voman y sjustswear out under aeha straidl What can be expected then 1ofthose women t4 i axe weaken ediby woman A ly diseases 5jv Women who are weak i r wornout f 4Md rumdown will find new lift awl aewMegth in the I ieeDrPIercesjavorite 1Precription It establishes gtarity dries weakening U driiJ ka14 inflammation 1ad ulceration and aires female weakness It makes t iI andlkk1ll8illeawe1I i RIck people ire invited to oA1tDr Pierce by letter JIJy tw All correspondence is 71MW as strictly private and IraIs7y AddreaaDrILV wU fcawle weakness about right MMMl fecten but derived no bane i I b uriag Dr Piercea Favorite Pre Ilss Mie Jeis Green of Danville JtrTWi BnAidafr was recom to K ay ether fiMmtt I have taken MM41 fist Uu aaetker yeraoa The iatlec wfceelcrs a smbstitute for seekinjatIIeJitt1 Oie r9ity1id on a 1s aedto iou 1IieUclne- sv =Myor1e 1WaU sub DrKcc Hesjaat Pellets sbOIIldbe MdwWi todteIlrescriptioaw when PralvereLulred r Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Frequent s Spasms Ih Dr Miles Cervine Curedg Them Bothfj Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervoust t disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure Heel It ismv duty to let you know that your medicines have cured my little girl of nineof spasms Shecommencedhavingthem at the age of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a mild formE He did her no good either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found ita good remedy for myself I commenced i giving it to my child I gave her in all tenIbottles of the Nervine and one of the Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture My motherinlaw lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ncr vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much for your good medicines and kind advice I dont think there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out inIArkansas MRS HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark AU druggists sell and guarantee frst bottle Dr Miles Remedies Bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind became aroused and a ItUe observation convinced him thatt they were Worthy of study aI study ithat If d him to desire andI value their friendship which he believed he had secured conclud ing with the words Having gotten it Iam getting along very nicely thank you The Postoffice investigation still progresses is still made the subject of muph newspaper spec ulation and discussion has given rise to two libel suits already with more in piaspeet and yet has furnished no strikingly im portant developments at lea tInone that are known to th press The most serious phs of the situation has been the thorough demoralization of the1 clerical force of the Department The truth of the whole situationIIII the partisan press dare tis that the conditions which necessitated this inytstigatidn andwhich are prolonging it are the effort to mix politics and business Could politics be eliminated from the equation for aI single week tho whole affair could be disposed of But on the contrary every step is taken with due refe ence to the influence of each employe Men who regardless of whether they have been guilty of malfeasance or not have been guilty of subordination and conduct pre- Judicial to the general discipline which would have insured their instant dismissal from any prop erly conducted business house have been and are still retained in omce because of the influence of their political backers Men appointed by the president ifnd and confirmed by the senate a superior officers have assumed the responsibilities of their tions without experience inposit t vast amount of detail and have been hoodwinked and ign red bytheir subordinates and eve defied by those with sufficient pull These condition are not chargeable to any one president or one party but are the inevitable outcome ff an admix ture of politics and business in n purely administrative depart ment Undeveloped Land Owners There are thousands and thousands of acres of timber and coal lands in Kentucky undeveloped and it is the belief of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association that the owners of these wealthy acres should contribute their share to the movement to have the States mineral and forr stry resources exhibited at the St Louis Worlds Fair next Near President A Y Ford has just written a letter to all of the owners whose nnme it was pos sible to secur urging them to subscribe to the fund There is every reason to believe that soy eral thousand dollars will come to the fund from this source Deep Dive Mr IkcScott had a thrilling andjowesdj his way to Washington count and had reached Big BcecI Creek The water was iunr ing rapidly and looked unsafe 10 ford but a man near by told hir that a number of people had creased the stream that rcorning Touching the horse gently wiih the whip Mr Scott drove in and the horse buggy and man sank from sight in twenty reel of water Mr Scott managed to get out of the buggy and rose to surface but the current was so silt that he was carried five f hundred yards down the stream before he was able to land Th borse remained under water fully three minutes before rising and came up one hundred yards from the point where it went under The aniraaf was handicapped by the vehicle and by the hardest efforts managed to stay on thb foursundreiand was washed over a dam InI oing over he became detached rom the buggy and came out cn the bank sortie four hundred yards from the dam The bugg sank in 20 feet of vater Next city Mr Scott offered 10 to anyom who would recover his bugg but no one was enturesom enough to make the off rt so t l owner secured a rope and1 dived into the stream located the vr hicle tied th3 rope he axle and then hiiclied rrule to the ro e 2UIrobeseat Tho man with whom he spent the uightiold him that in his recollect m no less than fif tetn peorjlelwl lost their live at this lord Harrodsburg Her aid The XRays Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the XRays established it as a fact that Catarrh of the stomach is net a dis fremtrepeated attacks of indigestion How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kocloi Dyspef sia Cnre is cirlng thousand It will care yu of indigestion and dyspepsia and vill prevent or cure Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol di gests what you eat makes the stom ach sweet Sold by C J Haydon Death of A K Russcl Mr Arthur R Russell ihe wellknown jeweler died at his home in Bardstovn yesterday afternoon after a brief illness of kidney trouble aged years IdentifiedIj to neary verybody in Itne countv Ever since his young manhood he had been a member of the choir of St Jos ephs church and his loss will be ke nly felt He was a modest unassuming gentleman and had many mends He had been twice married his last wife who was Miss iviol lie Higdun survives him tin eth er wild a sor by his first marriage whose whereabouts are unknown two brothers Mr Ed Russell of Springfield and Mr Joseph RussellJf Midway three sisters rs Ellen Tutt of Bardstown and Mrs Margaret Redd and Mrs Maria Downing 01 Lexington Stan ar1 A Revelation rIf you will make inquiry it will be a revelation to you how many succumb t kidney or bladder troubles in one fom or another If the patie t in not yet beyond medical aid Fi Ivs Kni my Cure will cure It never disap points Sold by VcoiCaripbeii sBridge Over Beech fork The Bridge Committee of Washington and Nelson coun ios met in joint sissior at Maud Isl Tuesja to discuss tue fitisibiliy of erecing a bridge oor tIc Beech Fork rive Th Nets n count Committee compose of Esquires W D McLain Jauc M Nurris J W Stonx and E H Arnold the latter two being present at the mooting Fi Washington county CommiUuf was composed of thue magis iraies II eluding Esquires Polii and Riley County Attorney Scott Mayes of Washington county Judge Frank E Daugh erty F Boone Ropier Couny BrowndJr of Neson county wore MRS L S ADAMS Of ilnJrcntnn Texan bluslngtaseven years with weakness and bear pains and having tried sev and different remedies djingdown your Wine of Cardul only thing which helpedme cured me It seemed to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the ofIIailments that women have yoursclfathOluewiththisl of Cardui Wine of Car ui has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not begin to get well today All druggists have 100 bottles For any stomach liver or bowel disorder Thedfords BlackDrnu lit should be used ForftdrleeandHUniture clrinz The meat Vie Chattanooga Co fhailonooga Thus v Tifl jr Jim Dumps had tridonie time in vainl lfp ease an frfterdinner pain p LUAnd1DyspepsiaFor Force has made him Sunny Jim jr ir 1 S ForceThe itcadytoScrve jjFoesummer to Indigestion I have had to but now I use Forte d am enjoying excel upIgives rao a restful sleep It builds up satisQes and is pleas ant to eat and a too to indi gestion Ins Dow W2 present at the meeting Esquirq E H Arnold of Bos ton was Qleced Chairman and Dr J N jShehan of Maud was elected Secretary of the joint comnyttec The Committee frcr organizing proceeded to view soever d different sites fcr th erection of n bido and County Attorney Mare and E QIJ W Store were appointed committee to conespoiid w th- lib idgo cojmpanies and receive s upon tle cost of constructing the bridg The Commi tee unanimously c ncurredjin the opinion thutIbridge should bn built e most suitable pont acl Adjourn eJ uutil Fificiuv June 11 when they will consider the various estimates and determine upon thf loiarpft of a silo for tho the brdge and report their in vjstigatios to the Fiscal Courts Jof Wajhiiigton and Nelson roun Iils TheNcs Fisnl Coirt will probably bo call toge IHT dining the iiiont1i of Ju nc 10COI1 skier the q matter Standard ITHE TOUCH ARTISTIC Del lento Js Thai the Tlilcf Coull Not lUsisl Uoli UV hnvf cut sw iity oo much on tin KHIUIV IlrpriKliciilar lull horizoncil linos do Iiiakt the only iiiteliiuciil tlivisiors The rflationshi I of Itapliat with a plckpockft talkitl to oin npr iniiuiHtf essentially than it whh sou hiiiUers of lirtnivs uiul- UHIdir of slaluary The thief lsal been anvsted lUeeiu1 having olituiiie ponnlssloiii to live ii Sew turk jn vided lie did not work there he va ia light stealing a watch Vly did you do itt asked him Vti Ill tejll you lit laid sun ply conldnt hjlpit Im no klcptiuna iliac Isnt tlie stealing like but th run IIf doiu It hard job prettily rilL U tin svoiul tirn Ivo inuili Tlie lirst was li tItle saw rich fat man ii a crowd and noticed tliit his W1ldl vis lirtiK In a sissy viy liinl In lirt ik My linviTs LtcfiiHl not fur tll watch lint to urvnk it on umvitl up Iuftsl- tlit wtcli wilkiil iwsiy with it niil then slit Iktlul the tiling 111I 1till ciiaiu amiin This sicoiul liin suniotliiiiL 1ikIII11 saw a dilitil jol tiictl it tt IIlkIl and jju then the fellow hiippcm to lsifor tho tiire H hoHIoall1 a d tiiti near y pinched ins Uon1 think Im wliat yoid call a nitural tUIt but like to work witli till IA und likx tIll exiitenieut of stealin Mctluret Frt il rlfU ch rId In the CviuiNeof soiin inilitary evolu tions IlvdcricU the Ii isit t of Prussia Irritated by srtiiie mistake of a captain ran after him yith Isis stick In onler to strike him ihe captain ran awiy The next inornlinr tilt coniiuandiiiK of IIliier ivporled to the kiny that till olli cer lu ipieslioiL one ol the moM etH cient In tIll re iuient Intel tint in his papers Tell him to coiie 555S5 said tho kinv The olllecr in great perturbation cjrmo Good morning major he apostrophized the rtlfleer who was HptHtljIess with Hiirpflse wanted to tfll Jou of your promotion but you ran so fust IIulll not catch you up ood ijioniinsr Another time tin ollUer attempted to got a comrade nto bud odor with the king by tolling his maesy that ho Iwu a drunkard In a su seiiiient hal tie tho latters fitness vts conspicuous wherens his sltnderor jdayed a very poor part Whrti afterward ho dotiled past this hittg at the head of Isis inient his majesty calle out to him in a voice of thunUer The sooner you ttake to drink the better Th inrt5euireu LeavliiT out of count the ureat rir cusos of Koine an1 Antlucli anil coiiijnu down to something cf modern time thf llrt circus In lIilaItva5 on a footpath known as laths nny Hatch lu the Waterloo iosid London There in 177 0 Ast leys jjiitft p rforinanci yis jivpn with the lhIJf1 drum two lift and lie clown charge tit Mpcn WH nil lor the froat standing ilacis Tlerc wa no liitlldiiij and not ev 1111111 merely a iir ol rops Iriinitivc ns vert tOt arran liii1 s uili aUficttil i HIH diMi iil aMi ti OSiSISi liL proramii cfcijijriiii transtarnck vauliin aml tiiildilin wilh iIiIiltivf of lirtwork In eoure of time ho vat able Is hire nn iiir i3d ground and erected Sints inulprn substantial Ioof lit called lie Placi Aslleys AmpII tlteatr IMding bbl SA iey 11 frr n hook on gastronomy appears this aiiocclolo of tie yastroiioinle prow s of a Swiss wIrrt in till employ ment of till Mnivchal do Villurs Out day tl tits wjt for by the luanelial wlo had heard of his ellori inoii ttpji iiti How iiany sirloins of k1tLrequire many thfll six at the most And how many of mutton Logs of mutton Not lifany sovon or eight And fat pullets 011 as to pullets only a fln dozen Anti of pi geons As to paeons mon lgneur not many forty perhaps fityiAp 1nrka Itk gives worK to weaK digestions and supplies the energy Perfect VorU Aseitire- dFtitlyConte now what would you propose to bring about an ideal state of things lauhlyZothiing easier my friend Id jjst put everybody at work upon somebody elses job and then of course every kind of work would be done per tI3Iiosioit Transcript IlKliI Work My brother lakoys got a new job Wheres he working town to the electric tight plant yiking currents off the wires- fSs How did you guess lidsays horlikos the job Its such light work Cincinnati Commercial Tribune To Avoid tualon The Stranger And so you are nnnjed Oeorgo Washington the same as our distinguished president Tlu Colored Iorter Yaas sub iiut I has a difierunt birfday sub Broclklyu Life Soiip people are like a river The nly way they can attract attentHm id bv on u rauipageAtcliisoa iobiig MountaiRRoute FROM SteLollIs Memphis TO Little Rock and Hot Springs Ark POINTS Itr ARKANSAS LOUISIANA TEXAS MEXICO MISSOURI CALIFORNIA INDIAN TERRITORY KANSAS COLORADO UTAH and PACIFIC COAST DINING CARS AND PULLMAN STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS Thrcuah Without Change l1i Further Inforrnatlon inquire of your nearest Ticket Asrent or IH T nin s Tray Pass Ac nt vi Kiuiablc Blite lyouiiville Ky tiri SIn sf 1t I ofS Ill IILIIIttl ll1ssiil ioii which usually ao nmpnny tIn net 1110111 iry coiisldrably in tilt early sti vih till cuuP3 which are llltItlii4 lienth- To one dOll In death scene tIn ph liit my which the grim destroyer pi j oin tint easily mistaken AuatiiL the many of donth that are iiniiistikMe art the fnillup pulse tli ciidiicsi of tho extremities the change in the conntviianeo as the ve nous 1oIIII1oI the arteries the skin jrow clammy as the various vessels refuse ti longer perform their fuiie ti n Iii y s KUI till Jaw drops iluid litiip atiiates In flit windpipe Ito Iiit the dcnth rattle and llunlly this liivatliinx tettijs altogether StinitiiiK HIP VerdlcJ In n book on lifo tho Sierra Ke vida mountain tlan nec Kln tellsf of a cowboy trial of a Mexican on a charge cf hor e stetlinj A jury Ww fcnthcrcil in tin streot BhowcMl lnt u riMjin and some tlmo litter a dozen fel lows burst jt diandin till vortljrj VNot tTiilty aiHworod the foriiuan With viiunysIoaths and ominous lay In of hands on pistol hilts the buys Iamlnedtle door with Youll have to do belter iln that Ill half itt hour the adviKiil1 Rently openeil tOt ditor attain opinion gout hnunV Iillill Totjvot You can come int We LI iid him an hour ago Diiilii Ptv r liftIn In his4 vidr ly iif iiiiitie hojid piirif Mniuolian ISiiddhisin jare Tltis pi 11 wissIs insriiifted vitli priyiTs and iitliiations to Ijjul tilt anil the inni liu1ar tnnid the nore nliiins tly make you Mftny ni tIlL iron ilivuiit persons turn small er wlicls luJd ill till left hand wlillo maiipnlatliiK tlie large one with the riybt kiwI iirlourf bits cf raps thy ins alKivf till palisades of the infjlo sures of tho town lit prayer No Mon oiian house Is without thorij the more tire bvttor for each 0110111 ripipi vl ctnvey a prayer to Utjc- ldhn Dont Know Too 11Fbi is untiring elue n manso Iltcli as till ability to make up hIs uilnd Men who have crowded their ininiH have a great lllllcnlty In innk 1ns them lip and indecision Is the fa tal con vqiionco Me who knows a lit tlc and knows Low to apply It Is u forttinat than those with a upprpf cli are whlnli paralyzes their actloit lloston Jolo I I1h Olmervant ont1lfpompous new resident had befeh having a setto wlth tbe smart boy f tht neijIihool This watt the youn tilers iartlnu shot Aw yoi tis it ttil f think yourfr no wolo ulit r Jlst evertr hs ftlayS piesoiuln bills to you tItaltlicorc Amcrlcntl w I Family Relations justItallinIrbatR my brotberlnJnw lie looUfr cnongbtllke you to be your own lirotberSlie Ism own brother We are twins TwIas Thieti wly liti you BnJhe was your brotherinlaw Because he Is I have three broth ers one in law one In medicine and one In tbe army Minneapolis TrIb- une hero Wornblp It strikes me that Briuiken d9 rTC3 a great deal cf credit He never Impressed me as a brainy man Thatls just the point When a man with so little brains as Brlmken haj managed to be so prosperous cant help feeling that he must possess some greatt mysterious superiority Washington Star ITb Only Oae An American tourist jlio called on Hob lt Burns widow Jean Armour a few years after his death had the nil daolty to ask her Can you show me any relies of the pool Sir an swered the old lady with majestic dig nity 111U1 the only relict of Robert BurnsI Ilaln TnlU The Mirhy TravelerBe careful with that trunk you 1g1boUdoO wouldnt have It fall for 10 shillings The Porterl douW not but n shil ling in time might save nine London Express STEALING A DOG Sir ndurin Laiiilnoera Experience Vvllli a London Fancier Sir E bill Landseer the animal painter OUt time WitS about to put the llnishlng touches to the portrait of a log bolongliig to a nobleman and was expecting a visit from his model when the owini arrived in a state of grea- tiuiitliiitiol without the dog Tire an talkinglOVepound as a recov dogj acquaintance with the dflSflnrielers was large and he sum tnoiied to his aid one Jem Smith who Iltc fhoupht might put on the right He showed the man the picture and till hank note and promised that If the dog were restored no questions should bo asked Six weeks later Smith n rived at iso studio leading the laisslng ilog by a piece of string Here Is your no said artist anti suppo to must ask no questions But low that the affair Is done with you may Just as well tell me about It After a moment of hesitation the utaii confessed that he himself was tly thief You you thundering rascal exclaimed Sir Edwin Thou why on earth have you kept us In susi ense all this time Well you seegovner hiltIItho genloman sold him to kep lm so jolly close that Ihldut a chance of nilking hun again till yesterday and thats the truth self me The Power of TliouRlU Beware of what you think for what you think quite as much as what you do molds your character Wrong Acts persisted in will wreck nny life but wrong thoughts fiavo just as sure an happllIsIl cessary to sot sri close n guard on III thoughts These fir hidden and what harm Is It to occasionally eher Mi a vulgar thought If one does not whl1tIthem But the laws of life say that beIngIcharacter and tome day these thoughts will burst Into notion which is irre mediable Womans HoineCompanion Rescued from Suffering and Death b- yPAINES Celery Compound THE GREAT MEDICINE ALFRED BROWN SaysIAlter the Use of Paints Celery Compound fAm Now In tbe Best of Health II greatest of modern physicians Prof Kthvard Phelps D LL Ialice years of lung practice antI close scientific study gave to suffering ami diseased men and women his marvelous life giving prescription with the conviction and positive knowledge that it had virtues nail a iple powers to cure Tliousan Knf the ungcst testimonials from the best known and inset reliable men and women uultsar cottiutiy fully sustain the claims maile by 1r Ihelps egardtng his incompar aisle Iaine s Celery uiMnnnl One of the most ellmindng proofs furnished comes recently from a ccntlciuan widely known in the capital city of tlie Dominion of Canada We refer to Mr Alfred Brown 91 OConnor SI Ottawa Out Mr Drowns letter fully demonsiraics the fact that the gjcatcst sufferer niajTwtnff his or her burden of disease and become ucll strong anti happy h prows too that creat medicine tain more fully than ncr 1icfore its unrivaled place in the estimation of pfiople of wealth ami ndil standing as well as with the masses Mr Jtrown sasrknowledge with thankfulness and pleasure the fact that have been cured of a very painful illness of eight years standing by use of Paines Celery Compound I had luring the years of my illness tried almost nil the advertised medicines without deriving any good results was also treated by rcraiof the best doctors of this city hoping to find that one of them at leacmiouhtl understand rnycase I was getting worse jiul was toM I was incurable Iuas indeed in a critical ondi tion I could net go from the house alone as was liable to sudden collapse I tiled hospital treatment hut no relief or good results cattle to inc I could not sleep anything that ie increased my agonies I was extremely weak restless tired and despondent was pressedItrmlyfeet ansI hands were cold continually had inclination to pl1lilliul profuse cold sweats quick breathing and would racked with pain for hours at a time CeleryCompoundhealths ltac good appetite anti use any kind of d ThankGod Inm my old self once more all through Ihe use of Paincs Celery Compound ron TWENTY TEA- RSDIAMOND DYEShare teen Jlio homo dye Errry dIscos cry in dying use been utlllicil lo Improve them Tndiy tncy nro tlie hintIest Urongett sad meet of all det for homo uie Direction book ana 4i dyed free terre a specIal deportment ofahleellndwm- auwerfree flur iin Sind AV getable PrcpacallonrorAs similating theFoodzukllleuIa rOpiumMorp1 NOT HAIIC OTIC JIOUiSJIlJflP1flmptit SerI- 4LrSmna RdetdtJ SJiI Aaied r ftIvnmrI WormsConvulsionsFcverishness forConslipalion TacSlnule Signature or 11I NEW 4tM YORK LtxACT topY OF WRAPPER r and 3f Bears j j 1y ic a Ofi r 4i mc esarauR ctNJn ysse crrT FREE TRIPS TOST LOUIS ALL OF THE 120 MOST IN THE STATE PAID School iMUttm aad pslie toKENTUCKY poyoter BUILDING FAIR la crery coanty Votes kacots each ten ast st IIe f Es lime All money orer 4 bore trip ex pen set of tech1 r era to ro into erection of the position Every voter UHU siren the caUsctiom or WOrthy caase aad 7 favorite teacher has recetseit pW rCeeicn J EdncationrJ b eI I I formed to xaise for lUdSeiad fan IWWJll fci K I display ot the States yoI duca and resources at the I I I Uoa Evenr edxcfttor I the L I lie cr private schools or member of faculty cf academy college oruniversity medical dental or theological Institution protestant or catholic dcaominaUoaal school Is eligible to election Members of the Edaeatioail Uxhibit Committee clcne excepted Names of ill school children voting to be enrolled la the Kentucky Bvilding at the Tjcpo sitiou Ktntncty m hsve aa cCuoUc = ezldbit occupying 5co square feet ot space lathe alaceof Educnuo IhcCsposiU nlatalKSihs thewori4sjls orv Theo techcrs tbel1c7i d 12bdngtenderct1 tJistnp to the Fair resy- ounty etcta its own mostpop11aredc i h untyonsIecCJcf wtIngtheerrat umher of votes wiWbe afloweit to read to ttcherJtl iont pnias end the econut snort popular CUP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND i cast TEN votes for Vsrl 114A Ji 1 towj cs the most popular teacherin ONE DOIAIt ENCLOSED 5s gOc i IhOc We toe Voters are not requIred b sgu tber unman ai school cisidrea voting to do so as it with enroll them In the Kentucky fluildtng Voters have the option ol sending ballots dlrvc to the Secretxty of the Association cr aper from which cUpped iAdditional ballot may be nbained by getting eztri cnpirs of Ibis paper Remittances may be nude by certtfird check rcglsterrd letier cent pstase eXprer3 postal money order or In currency at sendra rzh r4dresa nit cl1DmunlcaUouato It U UltOKHS Sccretrrlo 0 THE TOTES WILL BE TEX CZ573 EiCII US COUtilXUTDW A BITTMy cents each erery school child la the State will be able to cast at leutWteacher But the voting will not be confined to schocichfldrea T8 OP lUPILS CRAU OP TIIEDtJJlIDDS XU TOTE the purpese te ANeeI to elect the most popular teach er In each county ax so ciusiderd by bke tecertily as welL as by the school children Ballots contaIn tea spaces so ciubi e1 ktI l may be arranged and each giving ten cents be credited with lila or her vote If oveyerMt4c tires to cast ten votes it maybe done bywritlagtisor her name oa one of the rpace tmA naUt tins one dollar itis not requIred that the name of the person voting be gives stalL AllofMic trees for voters names may be left blank The Association rants however ta omHJta Kw Kentucky Building at St Ixrals next yerthe naraeof every child who cast one rmem wtM ta the conicaL Pupils are asked therefore to sign Uclr names plainly to the ballots ILL ETPEXSES OP THE TElCnmS WILL BE PAD by the JUsocktloa This wUll iUJe rn road transportation fromXouisville to 5tIxols and return board at one of the iiitlmaii te the dty for six clays and admission the exposition grounds for six days THREE PABTIES WILL lIE HADE IT FEOS Till IOST POPULAR TEiCHDH to kstbe more profitable and more enjoyable Hacrofthese pdrtiec will consist of forty 40 tMtirara Tkt would make a total oi teachers butas there are only comities ia Kea tacky the AMeia iou has decided to allow two teachers the most popular sad the s coa4 most poptarr go from that county Jefferson exceptedwhIch costs the greatest aoaber ofvoles ill taeisrtMt ALL TBACnEBS IH THE STATS 01 A1 SQUAL I8tT JtatI eeteit The teacher with only twenty pupils tcay receive jncra v jes thas the teacaerw4tk freer sic a many enrolled in his oroerschool because tic vquacis not comfined to cMUfMr Zae paMic will any person who taoijht school dttcieng W or Is teackwc ew Thte gives the teaCher of five macaws JiocLvUlcu closed in Kovevjber or December the effetiaai ty to be voted for daring tbe vacation period W- UmBEa OF KAY BE AT TDO TkerCi Thanisilees sent iu for any one teacher the more votes beer she will creditONE DOLLAR CASTS TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS T Yara jpDOLLAR CASTS ThIRTY VOTES Podit DOLLARS cASTS FORTYVOTXS oeiasCASTS FIFTY VOTES TENDOLLJR5 C55T3 a JK tover and above thatused la defraying the is most popular teachers of the State on their trips tothe Worlds PaIr will go feetke tion ifa Kentucky Bulldlnirat the expotlUoa so every voter la this coetest may Mve the chow or race run yoer teacher The votes will be counted under the supervision of the KdacatMMH JitaJIiWt CsMtseof the Association The personnel of this committee is as follows Pr8CHa PtosNstile Chairman Prof itV Mcchesney Frankfort Prof L naUeck Loeletilc PpL asrdioiornew Louisville Prof p PantAudeisn Lextiigton Dr Chase aler3eileut Whitens Dluwfddie Jackson Dr W Frost Berenl Dr BB Ktoea I utoTille tPr- Y Mulllnt Louisville Dr Arthur Yajfer A CMi y Superintendent S JU Frogge Frankrort Prof O J Crmbte AshlAsdrrnC dSeyOwrnsboro ProC T Alley Delhevne Prof C C Cherry owhIsg Crese pg a LouinU1e MIss Paula S Hill LouIsville MrIT H Breckee LonheiMle aud usLoulml1e Members of the ttec are sot leIs sssNse this contest BEJIEaBEB EVERY COUlftELECT iTS TATMITX TXACm CtainaHtoa counties only applies to the race for thef noth trip the county ovtsMe of JeaVrawiflaj largest total umber of votes granted the dlstlactioii of seadlaf two tsackets ihe result will be nFI1 every paper in the state end in aMltio totbie assepest latory message will go to the teacher elected in each county Jater the detain ef the trip ke arranged each tracker cbosrnbetnfr given the privilege of selectisff Ue August io4In which he or she wantsto make the trIp Wi LI H AVE ON IAT St Louis Cheap Rates First and Tuesd4ysIn To ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY and TEXAS For Rates and InrOlmalonaddf s8 H I McGuIre W RvPowe Tr Pass Agent GeqertlAeet CINCINNATI OHIO 1 4 CASTOIIA IPor- liifants nThe Kind You Havi Always thei i Signature ForOver Thirty Year- sCASTORIA WORLDS FAIRl EXPENSES POPULAR WoItLDSnerautssuue4 JLk KentncJcyBaildiagattteB iItucqEs1dbitAssoc1at mllJMMKffJSit CrBtatewhciherteacheriapnb freatestlnternaiion4tveati jgWTm Jr5- Lcoanty = Xftt E ktthefS9Cal IAtten AIU1NDUDVOT1910 IliI11saUfilcUoJot111ow UrthatheDUa1dLdawodhcansc tsICeotretownsnperinteadelitM Hi Itda1Jsoec Fnsco System sAt1 Memphis OneWay TripHome Bought Jill- I use SCHOOLTEACHERS Wv i importantfactorVotes DeWitt II DeWJttl5 the name leIik krushto to Witch Hl Stirs DaWltts Witch Hazel S tM filetbeWlttlllthothat U tna4efraatkl iim ii j WitchHttelIAUotbers fet 1sekltbsN M bibs c1leeI e1lsssssdenleevus DeWlttsWItch tiMet tti a wcUle for Piles r Itehlni Proudtee fttoa Buna BntlM Sfntaa taoj Centuateoa fctkCar eht I Tetter Si RM aM DisesaciSSALVEppwa r L1eWLtCsc i o1e7aHley 1n4 r tc plate4 and cat safely Jte gIY tS Children Sold by Wood CaiopWIU