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CHURCH fittTty i w RjrjIStOt Service 4 eachinBeco 1 and fourth ISunday thQflth i ali fBtTE HURCB RSi giJStricldand pastor Proac7r7nndayl at1L am andj1iaa7 i bil evell SnndiyV 10 LTD Prayer meeting vPf TarsdaY evenlnE at 7 oclock IFiiiOrdei MAic cXQICB SprinK ieid lodge No SO meets SJcond Monday in each mouthrwasirjii Slt 1AUtit4 Y iidv 7I cp1 ncu7iN iZ ieets 01i t cveryGiIdaysJt IMat KNt TiJ D AC verv1rte1uesdr I n each nontt lrrI syM1f I t12 It 1 UC i tCOO rr 1 W 11f4 LJ For tie br C 3 Baydon t f t iy iijiKi iiiHUHfi6tHH wW if 1 2 if A ROUND Of TALK 4fc 1 M it g IiYYci Oa Our farm The bOy Frs oo our farnhesSnot Afeard6horae3 none Ij trotISometimes be drive two horses whed He come to town an bringIiIvragonf all of taters neniAn roastin ears an things Twb horses id a team he says xinSoud1veer hitch J Therightims a hear h9rse1 gue- ssZoffI dont know which he bqYJlve ooqur farm he told Me too at hecau see By lookin at their teeth how old A horse Iis to a T kheg1eby alive Ef iknowedmbcb7as that pe could stand up like him an drive An jjut pi1ibOkmy hit I ike hecomes skaUyhootin through Our alley with one arm Awavin are you well to you iZThebbyllves on bur farm James Whitcomb Riley RANT We have received Y among our exchanges a copy of the Gr enup Press pub lished at Greenup 111 and ut tbehead of its editoriall column t appears 0 B Grant Sons Proprietors Prof Grant who had I been conducting a school here for the past three years left with his family a few weeks ago and later on their friends learned that they had located in the own of Greenup The Grant i ysaleboth experienced in printingt office and newspaper a work ard the Press which is a sixcolumn eight page paper is a t prosperous looking shoe l t r AhDEDLieut W 0 Reed L landed with his egiment ut an Francisco on April ROth and later on proceeded to Ft Mead I outh Dakota where he is to be regularly Will writes hat be is glad to once more be n native soil and will be still ore delighted when he can vi it old Washington county which e says will be in September next tr sy LEAN UP Now that warm tJ weather has come it become more than ever urgent that there hould be more strict observance of sanitary conditions about the nlirainst11qiseases on by uncieanliness he town trustees have taken r aliiproporty mutlkeupotherl ttar that is nott only unsghtly ut dangerous and unhealthful as well X big kick ws raised bout town some months ago when the insurance companies the rite of insurance in certain portions if The town but J it has since developed that the property owners were to a great extent responsible for tim raise Atthe time the adjusters visited the town they found back yards cellars and other nooks and corners about business houses filled with all kinds of old rubbish and combustible matenal that were a ronstant menace to the safety of the property Property owners cannot be too careful about keeping their premises clean and it will pay in more ways than one NJUST The Marion Fal ij con seems to take offense at thelithe paragraph whjch ap peared in this column a short time ago remarking on the lact of Marion county haying so many candidates in the field this fear for district offices and deI votes about two columns in ex plaining how unjust we are in rightJanyone and the Falcon man iJto to go to some unnecessary ins to put a motive in the arti which did not exst at all iin the mind of the writer The NEWSLEADER has no choice a t all amen the varous candidates for the Democratic nominations ifcfr the district office and noth itgwaSturtberrcm Our thiu d anyJMarionsimply lemarked on what ISl really a remarkable fact that one county should furnish so matiy candidatest for a district primary Ttfo fail to agree witb the Falcon as to its claim thit MariJn county has been so ox ceelingly modest in its claims for 1lices in past elec ions and if our neighbor cantname a sin gle contest for the Circuit Judgeship of tLe Eleventh Judicial District since it becam a district in which Marion county Jias not lurnished a candidieI either for the the general election we will stand corrected EPDBLICAN CANDIDATE X There is considerable talk among local Republicans con corning the most available man to put up as a candidate for Gc v ernor against Gcv Beck hnm the three seekers for the nomination so far are Clifton J Pratt Agustus E Wilson and Col Morris B Be knap MrI Pratt although an avowed can didate and tie first to announce dont appear to be taken upWib any enthusiasm and the indica lions are that he will not bo in the n est long Pratts recent political sin is that he as Attor ney Geneial endorsed the payment of the exhorbitant fee to Capt Calhoun in tha collection of Kentuckys war claim and has otherwise been too closely identified with what is known as that Frankfort ring to do for Republican candidate As to Mr Wilson and Col Betkhap they each have strong friends mong the voters of the countyI Mr Wilson is much better known having made a speech here senIrall years ago at which time he made a most favorable impres sion Col Bel knap while knon personally to only a few ofour citizens is looked upon by many as being the best man to cake the race He has a clean political record is a man of fite cbar acter and business ability and would make an ideal Governor Howls Tito We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ease of Balarrb that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J OBENEY CO PropsToledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years cnd belieae him perfectly honorable in allI finauclaUyIby their firm WestTruax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Walgjog Binnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter naily acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces or the system Price 75a per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Frtnily pills arA the best Too Great A Risk In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbas often before medicine could be pi ocured or a phy sician eummoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at band The risks to great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Chol unIIsuffering tnan any either medicine in use It ca always be depended For sale y Haydons drugstore uponII Foleys floney and Tar contains no opr tee and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines ReI fuse substitute Sold by Woos l Ca1pbellIQIlictAlr J A Gulledtre of Verbena Qla was twice in the from a severe case of hospItalI ing 24 tumors After and all remedies failed Buck lens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further inn malion and cured him It conquers ach s and kills pain 25c at C J Haydon druggist Unlucky Number On several occasions the num her 13 has figured in Co Ben Leo Hardins life The lat time was when he sat down at a tableI with 13 Before the end of year death claimed the one 5 had sat next to Urn at the festal board Phis has so worked whim i that on Saturday when he stepped into the voting booth 3andhe kicked He asserted that I f ha used that ballot he knew tha every man he voted for would beI snowed under Thire seemed no way to rene ly tie matter i butMrIardn lontd e nH6 Uvent behind thecurain stamped the cross marr all over the ballot and came oul and s iJ re had spoiled it and asked for another He was given numrjer 14 which ho slSmped till O K The world is tilled with ptope vtho believe in these superstitions Even st great a man as Grover Clevelam it is said could not he induced li pass by a pin with the point towards him without stopping U pick it up It is also said that if President Roosevelt be going anywhere and should conclude to turn hack he first makes a mark on the ground with the t e of his shoe and ithen pits in it and pursues his way without a ihouahtof bad luck Harrods burg Herald Mr Joseph Pominville of Stillwater Minn after havinr spent 92000 with the best doctoJs for stomach trouble without relief was aduised by hit driijfgibt Mr t lei Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liyer Tablets tie did so and is a well marl today If troubled with in digestion bad tate in the mouth lacc of aypetite or constipation give these Tablets a trial and you arc certain to be more tian II rased with the result For sale tit 25 cents per box bl Hay dous drugstore A Lnre Tliiiio It is said that nothing is sure except dvath and taxes but thai is not altogether true Dr Kinjr New Discovery for Consumption is a suro cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousaods can testify to that Mrs C B Van Metre of ShepherdowDj W Va says I had a severe at tackjjof Brunch uis and for a year tried everything I heard of butI got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings Ndw Discovery then cured me absoulely Its in fallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Poetrnoma andC Consumption Try it ills guirantoed by C J Hay don druggUt Trial bottles free Reg srzes 50c and 100 Amusing A lady in this city who suffered at t in s with coughing in churc3 was iil the habit of taking a small box cough drops with her when she attended services On last Sunday moruing while sitinjr in h jr pew she noticed that the lady sittng next to her was suffering with a severe cugh so sh opcnel her box and passed it over which was gratnuliy accepted e cough stopped Immediately On lavi- n the church the first ltdy anotherlcough who could notice n diminfch ment in the size of tho firs onp said Nu4I IIthank vu I believe this one will Ins Upon removing from lcr mouth she found it t3 be he vest button of her frieids husband that had in sone u knowr manner found its way into the box Danville Nevs The VaEics of tha Mi- R cry seven days the blood muscles and bono of a man of average size loses two pounds of woruout tirsuc This waste canrot be rcplonislucl and the health and ttrjnyth kept up with lout perfectt digestion When the stamach ud digestive organs fail urrferm their unctions the strength lets down health gixes way and dis east sets up Kociol Dyspepsia Cure Ienable estveIiis wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that rebuiMi the tissues and protect the health and strength of the mind and bodf Kodol cures Indigestior Dyspepsia aid all alllIWhe1 you want a picas LIlt ohysc Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take aud pleasant to tak For sale by Hav don drustore- Bites and stings from insects and swelling front an cause is quickl cnred with Dr Classes German Pene trating Liui lent Sjd by WioJ t Campbell Gone To The Mountains Mrs Miles Suunder has to her husband iq his leftI Isionary labors in the m she will sop a few days with her neice Mrs Joln Gordon of Shelby county where she will be met by Gen 0 O Howard and will proceed to Perry county whero Cen Howard will dedicate the new school I buildiug which has teen recently completed Thhuill be occu pied by the iiissLn school in taughIa ye ir r twoTnfco Bullitt Pion e Lebanon Locals From The Falcon Mr Marion Cmy us of ttlm county and MLs Is belle Dspap of Larue county were married in this city la t Tuesday evening Mr Forest Potinger formerly no1vwtployedi Vnhiog on has received a raise in his salary from 1000 to 1200 Mr and frs Martin J Spal 1017 discovered last week tha their little four ncontbs old bab Christine was almost totally blind antI upon examination their physi ian said it haa been blind from birth The parents are very much grieved over the cir cumstances but are hopeful that they may yet secure relie for the chilLL- t Mr R L Purdy has bought the interest of of hit partner Mrs J Henry Kirk in the tar ness and saddlery business of R L Purdy Co and wilt continue same underthe name of R L1 Purdy Mr Purdy has been gaged in this business at the same stand far the past fourteen years and is considered one of Lebanon reliable business men A effort is on foot to bUllda new bridge across the Rolling Fork between New Market and Ray ictc The gentlemen be hind thf move are Messrs Dave flardm Henry Abell Sam Tom and H P Cooper Hugh Slatting ly Joe and James Phillips and all other interested parties These gentlemen have subscribed and secured subscriptions to tho amount of about 2000 titus showing that 1iey are iwillini to help themselves and they will isk the ccrmty to m ke a liberal domtion to their cans which wo feel should be granted It is proposed to build the bridges me wbere between Spalding and Mc Kains fords rFarmer straikitenei Out A man living on a farm near here came In a short time ago aompintoly doubled up with rheumatism I bandcjd him a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to uas it fieelyand it not satiRfldd after liking it he need novpay a cent for itaays- C P Raydcr of Pattens Mill Ndtf A few days later be walked into h store as straight as a string and banded me a dollar saying giv i me an other bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I want it in tbe house all the time for it cured mo For sale by Haydons drugstore Maflee Yoaiio Main- Oue of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put run in ray teens again writes D I Turner of Demp seytown PJ Theyre ih best in tnt world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purejv Nover gripe Only 25vegtIablpI Ha dons drugstar A Lesson from Pike County Pike county of the mounains away up in the backwoods the home or leuds and moonshiners the dark ana bloody ground ol Kentucky Si our beautiful county is usual v described by the press of tho Bluegrass and the old settlements But this week old Pike God bless her has read a lesson in Iiw and order not only to the older points of Kentucky but to the whole country For the first time in its history this county was last tall disgraced by such a crime as shudIa weapon a West Virginia negro bg and burley came over here and crimnally assaulted Weak U I suffered terribly and was tremely weak for 12 years The doctors said my blood was all turning to water At last I tried Ayers feeling SarsaparlUarand was soon J W Fiala Hadlyme Ct 1Mrs youhavepoorly you may be today Ayer s Sarsaparilla is tne best medicine you pan take for purifying and en riching the blood Dont doubt it put your whole trust in it throw away everything else ItIahttl AHik r jjjjsj eleerp jarold Martha Hall Sooi he was arrested and lodged in the Pikeville jul Despite threats of lynching and wen the githeringjQf a mob it was never found necessary to remove him from this jurisdiction With great moderation our people allowed the lav to take its course confident that it would be indicated Despite one hung jury that confidence has not been mis placed On Sunday the wretchs death knell as sounded the lw has been upheld Our Bluegrass friends can nowsee where tbe law is most respected Something good can come out of the mountains It is no longer fashionable to deride our people Come up you bloodthirsty Blue grass Colonels and learn the ways oT peace law and order Pikeville Independent GJATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Coil bJ MtPeraaiientlT Cnred byy GharnerhnulGon h Leiedy Mr H P Burbase a student at law in Greenville S C had been troubled for four or hve yeais with continuous Fough which he says greatly alarmed me causing me to fear that I was in the first stage oi consumption Mr Bnrbage having seen Chamberlains Gou h Remedy aduettiscd concluded to try it Now rea i what he says of iif I soon felt a icmarkable change and after using two bottles of the twcntTflve cent size was permanent ly cured Sold by Haydn drugstf re A Little Early Riser cureItrpubles DeNVittR Ltttl Early Ris et11an tne famous little pills that cure by arcusing the sccretious mov ing the bowels tentlj yet efTectualir and giving such toue aud strength to the gands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is re nipved entire s and if their us is ecu tinped for a few days there will be uo return of the complaint Sold by 0 J Haydon LETTER LIST List of letters remaining uncalled for In the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the week ending Mar 13 1903 Mrs Mario Wor rdCR L JWvierTS Mrs Kate Terhune Mr Tom Summers Scnmidt Bailey 2 Mr Joe Spallmg Miss And Rovur Mr J F Reiohar Mr Barber Reinhart Mr Edda Price E Berry Mrs Tottie Bnl loq Miss Susie Boon M r William SBrjidberry Mr Joe Burger Mrs Susie Jjse Rev M Carroll 2 Mh4 Miles Dame 2 ElexDilliha 1i3s Lizzie Hiil Mrs Alice Green Frsink II Anderson Mr C L Muyer Mrs Henry Mnttingly Kitjty Lanham care of Bailey Koerner Mr L E Koerner Mr A C McGill Persons caning nor tnese lettes will please say advertised ai d give date of li t VA Waters P M toeliiu Is DaDjerofl i Constant motion jars the kidneys ivhiph arc kept in place in the b dy by delicate tttachtrent Thin iis the read i tbat travelers trainmen street car men tcnisters and all who drive veijjr much suffer from kidney disease income torm Foleys jKidney Cure strengthens the kidneys and cures all forms of kidney and bladder disease Gecj U Hausan locomotive engineer Lina 0 writes Constant vibration of the engine caused me a great deal of trouble with my kidneys and I got nofeief until I used Foleyi Kidney Ctre Sold by Wood t Campbel Kentucky Pair Dates Tie dates for the varous lairs arjj tixeJ as follow iniKmord July U6 day Crab Orchard July 24 days daysipynlhianj 5uil re July 233 day Panville Aug 44days JMadisonville Ausr 44 Lexington Aug lO dAjAI Fern Creek Aug 184 days Lay rencebur Aug 184 days Bhepherdsville Augl1 4 days 6r MayvtlleAug1Ot days Shelbyville AUg255- Springfield t darAL4 264 daysBardstown daysNicholasilie EHzabethtowp Sept 8ayafowling Green SeptAd- ays jentuclrifSTaTe FairJ Owens bolrp Set 219 days 1p c Apples WIn Pay- 1 Americin apples f aranow be Lng sWppeJ across jife AtIaiIi- eJ i j refrigerator ships and thOreIs- a big demand for them Anp not only a foreign demand bu tthere Is un enormous liuine con sumption Nothin cpuid bt more profitably grown iovouu applqtcOldtion was abundant for fine apple as could be grown a third of it century ago The favoribl conditions have not changed Men have only ceased torjecou e interested in their production Good apples are selling in the local market at S2 per bushel JVn apple tree if given the best attention will produce a bushel of fruit in six years and rom ten to tifteeu bushels at ten years of age and the crop is almost certain and a gradual increase for twenty years or more One can figure an enormous income in ten years by purchasing fifff to a hundred acres of our lands and setting t to the apple and giving it careful attention Henderson Gleaner fAtFtllll Test To save a life Dr T G Mer rit of No Mebuopany Pa made a startling test resulting s wonderful cure He writes a patient was attacked with Violent hemorrhages caused bIuloeratioa of the stomach 0 had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach andI liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gamed from the first andhas not hurt an at tack in 14 months Electric Bitters are rositivey guaranteed for Dj spepsia Indigestion Constipation aud Kidney irohle Try them Only50c ac C J Hiy dons drugstore In reply to inquiries we have plens ore Jn announcma that Elys Liquid Croaru Balm Is like the sOlid prepara Lion of that admirable remedy in that It cleanses and heals membrauea effected by nasal catarrb There is no dry ing or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm is adapted to use by patients who have trouble in inhaling through tfr nose aiiJ prefer spraying The price including spraying tube is 75cL Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 66 Warren Street New YorkBadly Hurt TTiftle Joseph Noe the ten year old son of Squire and Mrs S A NOG mat with a distessing accident I onday and tbat he escaped deathis miracuous to say tho least The accident happened at the Standard Oil Cos plant near the city limits Mr Noe who iis the companY agent had filled thu large tank and was preparing to start forI Springfield He proceeded to- open the gate and lleft the boyI to drivetbe team through JUSt as the team started the child fell from the high seat face downward to the ground and botbI wheels of the heaviy loaded wagon passed over his hips He was carried home and an cxami nation revealed no broken bones and ho is now improving rapdlyI It is impossible to conceive howC a vehicle of such ponderous weigbt 5500 Ibs could ps overt such a fragile form without fatal results Lebanon Enterprise K lletf Instantly William bhaw aged about 25 a nephew of John T Merrimetf of St Marys was instantly rljrnesdaymorning It seems that Shaw and another young man his cousin were operating a coal jeevator and wore preparing to dufnp a load into the coal le ej ticteof pass ing trtin The machinery in some way rafusod to work prop erly and the trap door off the elevator Tell on Shaw crushingi insttit1lytoStjMarys yesterday arid iI- dtrredat St Churls His ousl in whoso name was Calahnn was also fatally jrtjurfc and died Wednesday nisHfTj Lebanon Enterprise II1 AST0B1AleeIdata uiOillirtL jktYn Km Always c I v THE OLD RELIABLE pOY4i ot IN6- powpmh AbsofuttfyflKirii iHEREISNOSUttTITUTE t BoMrbN 1ptln dWC5p There arrived jit Btltiowrp in transit from Cincinnati a bar rehlot whisky addressedto His MajestyYJIinrg Edward pf Eng trod ItI issttrel bhUuWbarf be longing to th a Ailantig lrransr port Company nnqwJt be shlp ped itf thenext stet mitt for Lou don The barrel Is the average t size for bmw distance felilppinfr and contains fort t nyegalibn of good Bourbab This is the same kind oMfquor preyiously purchased jyg His Majesty and1 shipped to him since t his accession to the throne It U tIe real Kentucky bi4n4Jl iMr SR Howserjnror1l US lint the Bourbon spojceit 3 i above was genuine And rson county goods If such istho inytobecngrtaste Anderson News oi FrofflACatScM totUhe arm tofthe wor tteort pta fcarii joreor boil beWitts Witch feHatel Salveis a quick cure4abyisg tt Witch Hazel Salve be pa icBlar lw getbeWitt tbiiis the salve that heal ailStloPg r t cific for Mind bleeding itching and protruding pies sold by CJ Hay don V P V PI orIdas Hermit Printer One of the jpstuniqwpri j lug establishments jq Ploridit and perhapsin fhe United Stawm baS been u dart 1 d bjr ttlielociii United Statessearnlbbilerjn t specjors of thatf State during j recent trip up tboSt JohBiS river says the Chicago PetI- n the midst of a1 w Hd btrreY country was discovered r but i the only house tna radius many miles and naturally tks inspectors thought they wowljt ply the occupant a yisltmJSS9 first impression upon entrii was that the house jwas aSaiS bat m the rear rro6n09as taowiL In old man of nnfeempt appear ance bndiog5ovei is printers cue busy sattiag type His hair was long and shajKfyfti3f clothes frayed arid worht But his face was kindly andhe ato ped work to receive his visitOMI Ho said he was gettingr out fmagazine and thjitj t L1U8 feTwork Herein the desolate wilds withfefalf small priDtlii iJoutfit he spends his days akartfc at the case or at a desk puUjai his though ts in shape tCl poWS cation The paper isi monikljjT5 and the puicec5 l cenis a ear There is no h min belhsf within several miles of l 1 habitation liTweRtNIRe1Yeah 1 T t tiThe Rev W H DtwibH signed the pastorate PLbjYw4- liw trek Baptist church Thurston Stbday after h rprjacheJf to the people ofwlioR i ftjfori ganized the church and bi4tt1isyp- rcsent house of worsIipf J litig nil these years Joicarjr f the keYtd the house ai ijndjif Ue bell inviflng Tile people to f services WAihinfthrf put yro- ne or tw3 taeinters bad biic dissatisfied and the pastor wM tit subjected toOconsiderablf mncoyg ti mince Sunday morning tbs rmon hetook theItiqr fitrhis pocket and laid Itd oirrwfi I with a trembling voice rtpMwrl lL i that he would have 0 wrtfcf tiseforit He SpokftJpc hitf iim inu estJ jsiib ci rt bi4iV WW pastoae1indlwatetwahid tits ass as panying The act with a1utthjw- ords I and sieffHKT 4bw jftNNii th3 pulpit Owtriaborp 1 rtger 1 NEWS LEW POTLHBXD KYKRY THURSDAY JiI A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD kY r X L DAVISON Jr l bIJuIlt ad tl 3 Jl r1w ln notices 10C811pe IMs nsrt1oD ciea poUcatmttr Mats peiJth i rob iwk U doe aV low rates bet coifo 4tbe pU Ga a UTeryot goods sa ftrKtlftte xswtracts mad on liberal ru 3ir1est aalel tonof Tes tta fi Iir ne tr Mtf trit sl350 4at4Ocefl 500 D1itz1tOees r II T Ot DAY MAY 21 U303 For Circuit Judge w etrS lutborjzed to announce the mfi1F ity SHUCK c eaadldit for the gfflce of Circuit Sudlcla 11ttjst1etcompbiedottbe coo ties f 4 Itorkrti Taylor qreeii and washing SSSfiSfcicfctotns action of the Denro rtf We are authorised to announce He aIioiP CHARLES KLTTESON jacandidate for the office of Clrcttit Jadge of this the Eleventh Judicial JtDJttrki oaipoieci ofthe counties of Marioa TayloijGreeg and Washing 4 tan wiiject to the Democratic primary ta r Commonwealths Attorney are aothorized to announce fi BEN SPALDING J 84 a uBdldate for the office pf Com oaweaItha Attorney for the llth AHTadteial district subject to the action rtlM Democratlo arty Primary tlcotloa Jane 0 1903 lfiatt Btnorized to announcet Jt HENRY s MCELROY- at candidate for the nomination for Commonwealths Attomey uf tLe 4 l1d1Judlclal district subject to tue taction of the Democratlo partyst 1 Wareauthorized to announce v RI DURHAM of Green ccnnty acandidate for the efica of Commonwealths Attornet aab ttothe action of the Dame cratio party Intblll the teventIS Judicial district composed comities of Wasbiugton Marion Taylor and Green Primary Junel 4W3lSOT Gtcult Clerk Tar authorlxedio announce ML P M CAMPBELL t Ma candidate for the office of Circuit jCourt Clerk of Washington county November election if elected Will pa assisted in the office by Ron Not i J I t 5 For State Senator weare otborIzed to announce fit4 u JOHN L QBUgDY otMtrioQ county aa a andldale for the otBha of State Senator from the iltlf Senatorial District subj ct to taeiactlon of Democratic party PrecIuct conventions May 30 1003 Wo Are authorized to acnonnce wit ARRr LANCASTER ofMsrlon county as a tandldute ror the office of State Senator front tbl l 45th Senatorial l district subject to the pfrtyrrconctJfflt J TTRepresentative Waa aatbrlzed tojonnounce Mr WILLIIM D OLAYBROOKE t candidate ft r the olEce of Repretentatlve in the lover hHeof Kentucky Le ialature from Waalaito J nty jJSTp pfficli1 count hai ns yet Otltfae reported late Democratic by the StateIci I prlQQary 4 feut it is riot Ifkely thatieti tirev their will be any chcn in the result as a1rdyrepQrtede Majiy ole the but all but one or two haye ac 6 cepted their defeat vithas good grac as p ssibll ThfrKentactfy Kajlrqad Com miftslon heard argument on ihe qnostiont iinvolving the right of intr ran electric railways to Derosa steam railroad tracks on a grade A decision wil be ren deredlicn May 29 and will estabI J lSb precedent in tinl s State Assowstorm of unparalleled severity has befen racingt in Mon tanafor the past thifee days and Lvthe Tosses tto cattle v and sheep tt everirknown Thre men were frozen JJtodethesr9eat Falls i Th IfLr sixth annual ton lne t r iJGrarid Commandefy rf I Xp giits TempiniI be zplV nboro L JMver heard of any one using rTulty V Koy and Ta r ant not being uiH BoidibyWood A Campbell v r- HaIfthCoLL 1 LionCOffee has better strength and flavor than many socall ed fancy brands althesameprice pared with Upn in quality Ia iii airtight seZepackge5 TILe Cipher t dhat400 A D About this time It was used In India and severn centuries later the Arabs began to employ it Through the Arabs Its use became known to Europeans during the twelfth century It was not generally udopted In Europe until several ccnturlen later notwith standing its great advantages For a considerable time there were two par ties among the European educators One party known as the nlrorists fa vored the adoption of the l Indoo system of notation falsely cnhcd Arabic with its position values while the oth er known as the abaclsts favored tilE Roman notation without zero or position Tilue The general adoption of the HIndorsystem was greatly facilitated by the facts that it was explained in most of the caTcudars for more than a century beginning with 1300 and that the medlieval universities frequently fered courses devoted to the use of this otntionG A Miller in Science The Artist ansi the WonEvery actress is sensitively alive to the pleasure of a warm reception that being the technical term for the ap plause with which the audience greets the first appearance of on artist before any word has been spoken Generally speaking it signifies a courteous greet ing corresponding to a lifted hat and pleasant salutation But on occasion when the actress is a special favorite the reception enthusiastic and long continued becomes n demonstration which is inartistic and destructive of the illusion of the play since it drags he actress out of her part and in her owing curtseying and smiling she becomes Miss Jones or Miss Morris re turning thanks to the public A worn an woqld not be human who did not enjoy to the last drop of her blood just ucIi a greeting even though her artistic sense condemned it McClures Animal Are Sensitive The fact that a horse is sensitive to ridicule said a student of the biolog tical department of the University of Pennsylvania may easily be demonstrated Take for instance the case of a horse that Js eating out of n nosebag If you stand Jn front of such a horse attract his attention and then with lloud laughter mock his way of feed ling he will stpp with a look of embarrassment and shame and he will not resume his meal until you are gone awayDogs also object to being laughed at Make fun of them and they wIllcease whatever they are doing It Is only when they are In a fight that they will remain impervious to the shafts of mockery Philadelphia Post Slow Mnndle Gets Experienced IreneIs Maud really going to marry that sappy youth Enid Mercy no She is only gaged to him You see poor dear Maud has never been engaged before and she thinks she ought to practice a llittle before enterlag into it seriously New Yorker The genuine attar of roses like the best olive oil wil freeze affording proof of its purity Not Worth the Trouble You write your first name very welL Indeed Miss PinUie criticlswl writing teacher but you make a sad botch of the Johnson part of It What Is the difference Mr Spencer ned tbE pretty girl expect to change the Johnson part of It sow day Chicago Tribune Great Institution Lady Edu rti In n groat thing Sandy Inrtyod It Is mum How conid I ever know what dey had fer tree lunch If didnt know how to read St Louis Republic A cruel story runs on wheels and every hand oils the wheels as they run Eliot Outdoor musical performances ara not permitted in St Petersburg WANTED We would like to askt through tthe columns of y ur paper if there is any pets n who hnsI used Greens August Slower forI the cure of Indigestion Dyspep sia and Lver Troubles that hasI not been curedand we also Liean their lesults such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headaches despon deal feelings sleeplessnessin fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This meJicme has been sold for many years in aH civilized countrie and we wish to correspond wftb s ou and send jou ono of ou r boons free of cistt If you never tneJ August Fiowir try a 25 dent bottle first We have never known ofius failing If s something more serious is th e1 matior wHn you Toe 25 cent szj bas just beep introduced tbs year Regularsize 75 ceutsj At all druggist G G Grean Woodbury NJ GJ Hajdont Hesson In HealtlL imptlridesdo tuta good health mposijiblc llejV Kidney Cure niakeV soiiud ki ucv und will positively cMre all forms of kidney and bladder disease lUtreiigtheiiMh8vffrpIesystenv Sold y W ol i CarapbsJ w t rtrtHMtriiiSrli iWitro Wa 3 iraaOi5i5fiW iW a lJW q Ji News From TIfeGounty1Ii I t I I f I1appenlns Among the County People fi = 1 L fls Reported by our Correspondent aes tuII1amc It is a very gloomy cnHlook f r the farmers in this vicinity at rresent as we liaYe bail nd rain for about three qr fourlt wteksTMr Milard Hall died last Thursday nigh after having worked hard all day Thursday Ida Owen wife of John Oen ied I st Saturday night pped 24 yi ars She left a oung bustband rAntwo little children to remainsIwere burie in old Ilockbridgo cemetppy Funeral preached by Rev J A Sims Waller Keeling a young man was hurt vtry badiy Saturday while he an i Mr Terrell were at work rolling logs out of a clearing By some means one of the lots rolled over Wailer We cant nay yet whetter he is se riously hurt or not Jerone Trent and wife were the guests of Henry Scott Sun day George Hendiixsod a mare 0 Everett Scruggs for 80 J N Gordon sold a cow and calf to Tr oraas Hardin for 35 We notice several boardi rs rtt Tatbam Springs this week Rev RSale preached a hne sermon at Rockbrldge Sunday Pretcling every 3d Sunday- Preaching at Tatham every first Sunday by Rev J W Campbe f East Texas pastor 1There will be preaching at Tatham the fourin Suoday in May by Rev Martion f om ear Lawre ceburg Pleasant Hill N ws is scarca ct this writing but will try and scriVle down a few items Mr George Dean and sister Annie oft AllI boro spent Sat urJay nigit and Sunday with relatives here- Marriedontbo13th M James ArmstrongIThey are both very resppcuve young people Muy theirs be a long an happy life Miss Susie Royalty spent Sat urduy last wih Mis Nannie Burkhead The weather sti is very Pi e tty but no rain yet and we are need hg it bad inceel On he2th o Mtv D conuUw Nny eric s will bi tcld at Fairview in the evening Mr John Satterly and Miss Laura Coleman were married llast Wednesday Rev Per y elating omI MI William Milbiirn and wifo of Pulliam visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr George Slirley and wife were in tour town Tuesday si op ping Mackvfllo Gardens and crops of nil kinds j are almost perishing tr want of rain Tt e setting out of tobacco plants li1111so be late t is spring Joe Thompson wont to Bl on tie ld bunday afternoon tUlrt urned Mcnday CIofHarryRiley Miss Nora Fen ell of Willis IliltlIdlwifewifEI Manon Sweeney went tto Lexington last week to spend 1I few day with Mr A G Yankpy and family atd rtturned home MondayIhas been visiting her brother iDr H P Cox for revdal days W P Hatchett bought of Pay lor Ferrell a sorrel policy lor 20 The carpenters and painters have been very much rushed forj sometime and we might say thei dressmakers also as everyone s wanting their wi rk done before BantiSf1cojday in our little city the firth ilf BURNS I I CUTS f BRUISES MOOMM ISuncJaiIn this month We in to ccme and brine their f lends NOnam the Methodist church war tilled to its utmost capacity the Childrens Day program DldI Carried out in a most pleasing manner The large choir assist c 1cls mc beautiful selections to ihej delight of all present TliOj 1tchurchhe occasion 1W R Thompson left Monday night for Louisvil e hre he wilt alLen the Medical colleg againMarritd on last Thursday Will Dot oms and Miss Ida D Johnson 1i at the home of the brides parents near White flail Rev Simms officiating The attenJ ans were Lawrence Walker and Miss May Birch Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left tot the grooms home where a reception was tendered them Mny peace and happines fjllow iheir lootstei through life Wllhsbura Mr W S Gibbs Dr M W Hyatt and Mr Edd Birchtml wife alto cleJ thu funeral of Mrs C C Bull ut Harrodsburg lust Sutiiuy 1 Mr Davis No and Miss lag gie Cheatham spent last Sunday 4 with the iBmily of J N Cul ivi Fenwiclc Dr Sam Crurm s visited Irienil s at Daiiville last Sunday On lust Tnursduy May 14 h Mis Eliisbetn Mayes celebrated j her both anniveoury ut tht home tofEtheringion Those present weie Mr J A Seay and wife ol Perry vilc Mrs Miranda Hkkr son of MackyiMj Mr Fra k iaes and wile Miss Mvn It Johnson Mr J M Mjes if Pullam Ur W W Hyat and wife ana E K Bishop ajid wiff of this place tot niI gum dm tier that was served was a com pliiaenti 10 those presni and will iwt be forgotten by then May Mrs Mivys speiiu more happy r ulions with mUIIYII friends is the wish of the Mr Miilard Hill a wellknown II ciiien of iJns c uuty died l utIhis home rear Ctiap ir Ky latThu sdiy evening and hs remains were brought to tl P ae j lor nuiiul in 8iiurdi moring following Funenil services were conductd bj Elcl J A Sims J L Searcy and ifunda glitor L uis of SpiMiylieKl spent lust Sunday vitj Dr W W Hyatt and fmily Mrs Charlie UlunU n cf Bus ittonihii place Mrs A B Weils spent Lstt Mond y ft ith he famiy of Xi Weils at Pulin ZENO FENWICK liraIboy Elmer Anderson was at home Siturdciy and Sunday Herbert Walston of Lelunon was here un ajIMr Will Nail Sunday with parch slWm Jeffiios anti wile spent Sunday with the family of James Cregor of Tesas lMiss Margaret Cheatham and Davis Noel of Willisburg were here Su tr ny and Sunday IIv r Ed Hiatt and wife of Rat atItitus i tiIrflportec11be Miss Lina Barker spent Siitnr day and Sunday With her brother John Mrs Jane Logsdon is visiting her daughter Mrs Ben Haydon Miss Mat ie Begley spent ROgrSjlMiss muuuUOOUAUUhUUUO oOU OOOOJI i Relieves Instantly Heals without leaving u ly scar JL SI Stops the bleeding Kills the Pain Prevents JBlood Poison He quickly Stops the Pain Prevon welli naG Draws out tho Inflammation It will do what we say or money refiiaded see fOo t1OO11cnrIJIIL AWi OOOO 2AT7OQZST8 Safe by C J H ydbn i MM 2i cd quite a number oj per friends Saturday ri ltt in Mir aret I oJ IIIIIlsboio ITh farmers are so busy with itheir work that news items are 1att a premium Miss Sallie Milchll wro has been viriting relaii4s here rc rned to hot home at Antio h Saturday accompanl d 4y Wi rNewsthat John Sutton the young man yhu Lft ere about two months ago to voi kin Illinois has joined thtlllrJY This is heart ctding to a certain young ludy cf ths vcimty Rev W Ezra Su lierand and wife ajM in Tayjor connty this weekwhere the forjner is doi g some evangelistic work for the Stare Board Her Thos D Bard wilt preach nt the chu ch here Saturday IILht and Sunday Rev Bard is an able minister and slv uld have a large audrerce to heat liis sermons We ha e seen SOPSC wearing yoke but we never saw a gang of liens weaiing yokes until lat week when a certrjin woman yoked her hens to kepp them out of lor garden aelsa s the Ptill works well and would re comend it to clhor wjmen who may have trouble iji ki fping U fir hens out of their gardens M r Britton of Madmllo has locked his sawmill in this vicini Iydd a creat may logs are be njr lanled which means t buildings and ewI Iheore our people are on the enter prising li Nt P Thompson Jr who i the rural mail c rr or for this roue has resigned J hnnie Kelly who has been carrying the mail since the routs was esisblishol has become duite pop ular witn the people who ve alo g the route ana all are anxious that he he appointed to seenllas TflompsoqI 11 a nev Luggy Sunday yni 9ould see tie snubs rjlnying to and fro ov r his fan coqnenaico ml u yearring lou sorre fair dam el to sit by his side w s pla ny decernihe In his magnetfic pr s An effort is hping mode t tIorganixe tho Christian church hero The following perstns have nirreitl tI serve asollirers W Su he land am C W Ode Rider John Armstrong atid fen Mcllvoy Doaj jns and rf S Leachman Clerk Anl t Tort will be mil to fernpoy a regular prom her who has never preachd before for tle rhurch isIIny broomii sweeps clear Must all the people living in the community eern io hn dee ly interested in the movement rLILAC Rpshin Ridge wo have Iceard nothirg It IAs rorIagain vit a few iem forthI J E Ballirdbougl tof Arthur IT a caif lor 10 iI DadIr Jmany friends SI e departed this life Sunday even iiig at 0 oclock after a lingi ring ilness Her funeral tooc jlao Tuesday morning at 6 clock i Mr Martin Han ito jis quite lit ri11bi iIV ir Mrs Jim Mahona j returned Ilf her home in euivil4 rfatur l itIwith friends andn thisle1ltie1ut place S Mcst jh alt farmers are U rough t plaiting corn and a fresHsliOWor would be a welcome via tor andi IIfJceII c a oiijjoung people attended Misy Emu Smiths social t lustSLudayeven ing All ret rL n pleasant time IIatertainer f Smith Carrico and wife spent Sab nay and Sunday t uh MlsI rarrico4s parents MsHilory Dowlinj lk Miss Agn sTI omr of SttCatherines was vhitirik Miss y Alma Cr lea Saturday limd Suntt eddY iL s7Tw f LIFCureaCoIdiaOneDayt =rLaxativ Jiromo Quinine TaWsts- IisesiMvei tpast 13 ais Tbhsiias t3 4 a iti wibitiUi iiitiI1IIi iIili liitiijjwftIiijiii Ii HUV lIfall iI The IftrmemiuBilrtieF l ttIiJ I 5 r r f IfiSi ik s r e 3Ar jH C F R3M JA9 3 v v j Ij THOMPSON cfiEi i f i a 41 t r Is ifkojt f T isFIELD SPPDx Ii 4ie breaqai Of aJI kinds Agents for OLD HJttgOEY WANdJ t 11 for the elebr tedI 0 wr jj3 i ti N6EiOnr3 tbeginning to S arrive and is more elaborate than ever fCOAL in any Qnantity at Lowest Prices r ltf GBEEL E l sprthk r eO f liUilil f If f lrm f m 1t s Your llongue IIff ifs coated your stomach s bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue curs your dys rightEasy23c All druggists I baInUIailbtuwn I I BUOKINGHAMS DYE IWhiskersI u or au eo It EXPERTS WITH THE WHip One Man Could Crack Off a 5kVsHead at Tnrcoty FtThat crabbed old German Schoptn Imuor who said the crack of a was like a drink from the bad whipI would have found but Ilftle to como plain of It he had postponed hIs passing for awhile ulda thoughtful man for the whip Is getting to be aot awful scarce article In this age I sup pose the whip will finally pass out of existence altogether unless It Is put to a new use Of course the small riding whip the kind which jockeys use in urging the horses they ride will beI ulI1 nt long as horseflesh is used nerIlUaupr uses even now some of the more rtiuotcir sections of the world WhIps of thb kind generally swing easily on the end of i long handle Frcauently the handle Is eight or et long and is made of hickory tcnI soino wood that U supple enough to b eau in the green state The whip It spf which Is generally tour and six phut rawhide Is from ten to fifteen feet In length with a sea grass cracker on the end tightly twisted and knotted ntt spaces an Inch apart It is this arti cle that makes the noise of which the lti German pessimist complained and a whip of this kind in the hands of an expMt can be popped until It like nli crack of doom In a loundsII fst where timber men carry on their work this noise is even fiercer than It is la the cities Teamsters In the cities still use the old whip to some extent but it la grad uly going out and the sharp crack of the Ma graM Is rarely heardISpeaking of whips am reminded of the umrvelous accuracy some men acquire In the use of whips I suppose tU Kskiiuo hits reached a higher stand ard of proficiency in tthis respect than- uiytiier class of men I have seen Uova pf tIlls rqce pop a slIver half dime nt a distance of twenty feet every time they swung a whip They can simply hit anything they want to bit as long asc1rtIdo It whenever It pleased them tod- otevIt Orleans TimesDemocrat tIaiRkeu IdentityAII think have met you before Arent you timekeeper for the Bless wIOMSaNogong and know nothing at nil about t JournalITbndevsThe bass of thunder Is consldeiably lower than the lowest sound produced in an orchestra below the zero of music we call It at which all positive apprehension of musical sound causes cud our senses are merely conscious of n roar In observing the music ofdthunder our attention however may lie most profitably directed to the ex pression rather than to the notea The musical diminuendo Is more perfectly represented by thunder than by any othcnform of sound In nature After tile fcltp Is over the ear will pursue mwIthgrtalual fainting of the peal until at lAaieasiirable distance It sinks Into citleucc Wa Man Madr Fer Mlerob st wasIIinceIt s many million bacteria Inhabit iveryb InIauaiivariety of living creature probablyb tlilnUs everything made for uiore Sun Two of a Klod il took great pains with that pud dins we lint for dlunerV remaricdtlle 1l oungwlte 1JAnd so did I lnJ cjpftr3 rJolaed lUe bnibapd as be poured out idduble ftow ot cholera Wxttir Cblc8gql A Few iN t v raoJsLongfellow coud take a worthless sheet of 7paper write a puem on it and make it J Thats9eniusJ9 j pIece of paper and mate it worth 1000000 fl a Ji trtJK ThatsCapitatA mechanic can take a pound of stcclanc1 work it v 1worthThats S ill We can write a cheek fcfr 1000000 anci it fwould not be worth a dime v fhat s Tough YOur wife can buy a cQa wonh Sfp JJtiprefers one that costs 50 Thats Natural There may be merchants who will tell you hat they have better stock than we have K J ThatCall- We have a gobd stock of a 1 kinds of BulTd ltrug material that we are willing to exchange t fJablelol either Free Slvcr CQmmOiiS h Sppinopfieldli tUfnberC 1r t tI APHORISM He who flatters you la yourenemy Cdrdnn There br no Index of character ao sure us the voice Disraeli laughing chcrfuUiss Uirovnt Ion llight on all the paths of llferrRIehter There Is no calamity which night words will not begin to relreasEmr- Sone Experience Is nkeen knife that hurts while It extracts the cataract that LllnilsDerlnod To forrlve a fault In nuother is more sublime titan to be faultless ones self George Sand Hope so sweet with Its coMon wlnt1 that at hlsr lat ergh nina stilt jImptores lLDe la Peon IIiii a great misfortune apt to have enough wit to speak welf or not e onh judgment to keep silenti Ta Brnyerel It Is better tpi suffer wrong than do It end fppJema be oiptJnucs cheat pd than uoti3tk t Kauiucl Johnsou jwvieiatgi The logic of ehildboo4 Is frequently s convincing as It ii refreshjnglrorlg InaL SIrs I VIIttl ban hte1 la Vqry much given to reasoning ijilupi out for herself and seldom 0iiist6rrlveat t satisfactory conclusion Some weeks ago she gave a init a Clumber of little friends and when the time came for hciu to go home Ue politely caked them It they had enjoyed ibemselrck ll replied In theaffirmatjvtf wlttfTthe exception of one Qoasclentlous malu ho said frankly 0 1 dldh t Jiad horrid time Did yon1 roallyto saul the small hostess in npuzzled toOl I dont see why I iiad a lovely tlmvs hut then she added flrtiveiytnIu- ppose I ought fdAoX 3ou see it was my party Brooklyn Eagle 4t Ceitlntr to tke rdlatT L youllbtfj Betty wltluHfrlghtoncd aWOUf JIPraps we julfclit both gIL married at the same time WoulduH It ooiQWfu John If the parson should ittie a mistake and arry us to cacli HljerT rt 11 shouldnjf mind1 No nelthersBJiJld i to ttelj you the truth John Bagpipes IaNera TINe Bagpipes are generally ascribed to Scotland wbereU y have ben In use for a long time but It was an Instrus nent upon wlicb jiienucleiit Gtftkt and Ronians playedl Kero Is said ffp performed upon It and an ol- diepl of Grecian sculpture represeBb player oa tim bagpipes dressed la thq- ashtofl that Ii known today as the Igblnndnost m HIOly feent4ae wife fbo mariyC exckrracd Sirs IWederlyna ahes glahced at the liea1 llnea of her busbaudspaper l up poae thatlB nn account of tfoe Jolnfi qt some bigamist Wot n cMwrtly mr4er1 pl- ldq4hot4Arifl ta1 51 THOMPSON JOnd ct daatewe JiKilHi ssceJtwcn k Jt 1parttytac 0 t Siu ad ithIIII uifSIse ike dcubottle It Cww Tk f AtJro rdn I Kctiih 1 wu I4IKWS L = Keni I SPRIQ t9O Blue Gra 4ursi Fruit and tntaHfees RFape viiicy s m al frui ts a parafcu rheubarb and every thing for orchard Jawn and garden J 4 Strawberry and spto feral cataldguefi olt re qust t1 FiINEYER1Q5 Lcxlnton Ky ees4 sliNk as Eese LT jgB1 IIL Jkwr1H 1iJo Tar Is pecsl1sl7- adapted fo astkmWS eWu scil yt41cabdhFae t IIUttlIuJ MgsfroI lic4 id J wS1lng ftp tI i4jycn- retl vrlih llr Cl HarGtr Psa rating t1M1Ct sia 1tyf wa CaipbeH I r r 11 1 1rBI J I BURTON ftNPDET DENTIT TEETH EXTRACTED itt aJtlOUT PAIN 4 IMK4I Meek p ttnlnt j f BINGflELD KY AU Dntal Work Strictly J Firstelm i DfJ H LAMPTON iL OFFICE Opera House r T DR1S JSIO lSPRINGFIELD KYrI i i iOFFICE Dr Ri arts tor lHtdces ov Peoples Deposit ia 1 Office hours 12 to 2 nm 4 c- TTORNEYAT i WFGRlGSBY LAW otIceOTtJ Fe pitlBaDk SPRINGFIELD KY L mIE CAB SICK HORSE lt rHOWf RAlLftOAD JOURNEY AFFECT h te JEOA HIGH BRED HACKNEY Beaftrca TrIpte tfc 1I1lulwal1 Wkjr It Caad SaIaatrusI7Tzhi t1rH7I IV Alter a HetbeHB Tralulait Tbc tstorj of what happened to a Jblsi bred hack when lie was sent ly rail to the Iadisofi Square Harden n Lorneshow Is told by Sewell Ford in t I Horses Kliiev Bonttre was the bukt nryyiiase mAt he did pot look at all fleryat the moment The author says of him r In hU stoeaach was a queer feeling 1nltblalleadmore about Streaks of pain shot al og his backbone and slid down his legs Hot and Void flashes swept over his body for Bonfire lied a bad case jot car sickness a malady differing froig seasickness largely iu name onlyh j also a well developed cold compll 1cated by nervous Indigestion Xn ed to the key he had left the home stables Then they had led him imte that bozon wheels and the trou ble had begum Men shouted bells clanged whistles shrieked Bonfire felt the box start with a jerk and thumping rumbling jolting swaying move somewhere off into the night laanaiODJ of apprehension ueck stretched eyeir staring cars pointed noatritqwcrnglegs stiffened Con flrt Baited for the ad But of cud there rained to bcf none Shock after v Shock Bonfire withstood and still found Imself waiting What It all meant he ouldriict guess TJiero were the other horses that had been taken with him Into the box aome placidly munching hay others ilooking curiously about There were tne famllhtr grooms who talked soothingly in his ear and patted hlx neck iu vaIn The terror of the L holthla being whirled noisily away labor bad struck deep into Bonfires brilm and lie could not get It out Solhe stood for many hours neither l lug nor sleeping listening to the uolaos feelintf the motion and trem tiUngos oncwith ague OFcouwej It was absurd for Bonfire a fo to p1ces in that fashion You f Ifoild3sound as jfe started But Bonfire hadlblood and breeding and a l wblvh went back to Lady Alice of Burn Brae Yorkshire His coltdom bad been a sort of hot i bouse existence for Ldehlynne you know is the toy of a Pennsylvanhi coal baron who breeds hackneys not for proit but for the Joy there la in ItJJoit as other men grow orchids bmil4 cup d fenders Atthe ocblynne stables ttey turn oa the steam beat in jieremet On rainy days you are ex trcg in a glass rooted tan bark rliig aBA boor after hour you are handled evei deeptraw to Improve your ac tIes YOU breathe outdoor air only in j t hlffk feaced grass paddocks around wklch you are driven la surcingle rig by a cockney groom imported with theI plcskia saddles and British condition pewters FTOH the day your came Is wrltt a 1atke studbook until 70Uc leave you have balaacfid feed all wool blasketsfly nettlncrancrCOddUu thntI sever ceases Yet this II the method that round you into perfect hackney form r All ijaSii had been done for Bonfire and 1 apparent success but a few bWn of railroad travel had left himJ jirith a jseivof nerves nstcasely strung as those of a high school girl on grad uatloa day That is Why a draft cold air had chilled him to the ofI thatte why after reaching the deaf hehadgoaeas11mp U a cut rose at a ball SNYIOCH v ShylocV was the man who wanted a pauiidof human 1Shjlocksentjthe consumptive the si klYichildthep31eyoungI womal1 sid jeean get it take IScottsl IItr the dijfesSye organs and they v feed tHe whole body Forjnearly lpftyyearsSc- ottsillmulslOIt Iiasbeen theI r II great giver of human flesh We wiH scriH josL2coup cf QMCeSfree OPTT 4 IOWNE ChamlaU L 4 4 4l5 prrsIo Hew Vlfel 4 1A rT1M H2 ItITOWN TnT jHH ii fi DH t mThem jI All AlMutY urseir Friends I and Acquaintances T 9999999 Ask fur KRed Rebate Stomps ievpirytlinei V If you want a good oil stove AIcJBlroy Shultt liave them i FORSA Gcpd Jersey much cow H 6 HORD Everything iin fine furnIture andred slarrps at J Y Mayesr Hardware and grocei ies also stamps at Robertson Searcy Peterson Moss have a lot ofIJ good second hand buggies for sale cheap f riDruglTand headquarters for rebate stamp goods at Wood Campions S BDRN On the 15th inst toll Mand Mrs W D McElroya J daughter T t The best screen doors to bead J and at the lowest price at TohnYIayesI Buy the best tin and enamel warp guarantee it McEcroy Shultzal Peterson Moss will trade w Ltaggies for old on s Be 1tireTOR SALE Tho ousrtbred i Poan China bc are eligible to stration ut from 750 to sio llthtt is e I in trimmed hats flowers frt it and folia2e at Wr Klte Vil iau 8D ThE Ret Jtteubte Stamp jeople aye the i out a lice ie and areili going along in a business like way Now is the time to guard against lies Call on John Y Mayes for scre ns and screen doors Robertson Bros hve just re eked a shipment of ladies ready made all over lace and silk waists p Go to Gadjerry new furniture i for fine furniture cruet mat ings etc Opera House building NextMonday is court day ando Peterson Moss will have a large stock of new Buggies for sale at Karricks old stand Wash silk turnOvers that sold 25cIduced prce Mrs Kate Will amseThe nicest lot of spring gods in Springfield ard seen this ypar at G randy Claybrooke McIntyre they give you Red Rebate Stamps too Keep cool Ke p cool If youJ cant pe p cool fo to McElroy Snulti geta Refrigerator Water Cooler und Ice Cream Freezer We have the best Buy your groceries from a firstclass grocer a man who carries nice clean fresh goodsr Jno 0 Shader is the nun and gives red stamps t o Manslelds are daily receiving shipments of newest upto date i Iinmillinery They carry large stock and customers can supplied without waiting beI IYou can buy the Walter Aii mowing machine for 38c and the binder for 90 ofj Thompson Green The Wood machines are not in the trust FOR SALEOn account of ill health I will sell my grocery in IICallJ A SHADER The farmers of the county are getting desperately blue over the continued dry wettber and crops will all be abort unless we have jafgood ram within the next few days INext Monday will be county court and will also be the first day of the May term of circuit court There is a light docket forthis term and no very impor tant cases are on pltcfIonj Angus cow about 4 years old Had a ring In one ear Informa tion leading to her recovery will bo rewarded by B W NEIKIUK Springfield Ky roPIcs1i IUndi had a representative here this week for the purpose of rerat irig or reraiaing the insurance of the town Dont sweat over hot suds th is hot weather use PearlinAm IfwaterIf givo it one trial Full drcctions on every bcitle ISTRAYEDFrom ry premises t 5cut 10 days ago a white sow weighing about 175 ihs Any in formation will le rewarded by I A L LITSEY Texas Kys hMrMiss Annie Mann tco popular young feople tf the county i wero mar ikd la t Saturday in the parlors of the Walton Hotel Rev J D Ward of the Methodist church performed the ceremony The ladies of the Presbyterian t will give a strawberry nd ice cream supper in the lecture r om of the church on next Saturday evening frcrn 3 tott 1 pm Proceeds for the be e fit of the church and everybody invited i Messr A L Durham Bn Spaldiig and H S McElroy candidates tor Commot t wealths Attorney have begun speeches over the court They spoke at Texas esI wrd y afternoon at Mack ville n the evening and will speak at Wil isburg today f Dont forgot the entertainment to be given for the benefit of theII fhristtin church at the Court Hov sie on next Thursday night Mav 28 by Miss Nan u if Barbee Miss Barbee stands at the head t among the interpreters of negro dialect and is a great entel tain er A good authority in com menting on her work says Miss Barbee is a very fine and taking interpreter of the negro cnarncI ter She readers their peculiar dialect with uncommon skil She has an original methodof presenting their peculial modest thought and conversation nndt draws largely from her own ex perience and observation The first regular teachers ex animation was held at the High School building Friday and Saturday by Supt Bush and Tt A Medley and W F Giigsby i t The rrsuit has not been announced The following were applicants Misses Marga ret Trent Erne Smith Peail DeI1nlIMontgomery Victoria Osborne Annie Clarkson Annie G Clay brooke Mary LaMUt1 E a Turner Alice Bubv Ida Haydon Bessie Colcend Ipler Iva Tur EVJIDemrtcBuryia Wycoff Ivan Kep ing W J Matherl Thad Cheatham Died At Bardstowri Mrs Florence Louise Ton 59 years of age died at her home Bardstowny Sunday night at oclock Qf kidney trouble 110 an illness of seeral weeks several days she had beni- n a critical condition and her death was not unexpected The funeral services took place this forenoon at nine ocock at St Josephs church in this cit Deceased was formerly Miks Florence Washington Louise county Mclniyro She ofI born unA 2 1813 and in MayI AIlrOnAthis resided city where they haesin toI Deceased is survived by her husband and ight children four sons and four daughters Messrs John A Tong of Springfield Richard Tong of Illinois and Charles and George Tong of Bardstowo Mrs James Moore and Mrs Richard Hamilton and Misss Manie aLd Mav Tong all of this city Mrs Tong was a faithful andi consistent member of tbe Catho he church She possessed a kindly heart and generous dis position ami wilt be mourned by a large circle of fiendsNehoiR- ecord v Kotfol Dypwia Cciro W ft WMtAtti tat uu 110- 110DEflisTOFFIGRnlCEDA Burh tArrt13Dently located SPRINGFIELD K7 IfOERSUNAI E S Mayes Jr was iu Louisville 1n1 week Mr Joe Claybrooke was In BloomQfild Sun Jay r Miss Jennie Clayhrooke is in Louisville this week Mr C C McChord IMrmd uisville this week Will Thompson has gone to Pittaburg to accept a position- A B Campbell iis in Versailles this week attending horse sales H M Grundy has gone 1o Kansas City for a shojt visit James Wharlon of Louisville pent Sunday with his parents herevT M Durrett and wife were in Nelson county the firit of the week Mis Mary GilUerson of Lebanon week was over tie trst of the Miss Katherine Russell re turned last night from Bards tOWI1 Miss Mnyme Smith of Cincm nati is hero on a visit to rela tives Mr and Mrs T S Mayes and children visited frends in Lou isville last week A C Kimball a in Louis ville last week in the interest f the Springfield far Mr and Mrs E Carl Litsey of Lebanon spent Sunday at tie Selecman home Mr C L Gowdy and Mr Cheek of Camnbellsville visited fjrends here Sunday Mrs Katherine Fetter cf Louisville is visiting her daugh ter Mrs J L Wlmrton John Spading is attending the Knights Templar conclave at Owensbcro tthis week Miss Gadberry of Danville is a guet at the home of lur brother A B Gadberry this week Mr and Mrs Matt Mayes and baby ac guests at the E S May s home thU week Dr RoBards Sr of Render sonville N C is here on a visit to his son Dr J B Kb Bards Rev and Mrs J W Carter are here on a visit to the latttfrs parents Mr auJ Mrs J S Yanltey Mr A Walton who has been attendant at the Hopkinsvillc asylum for some time has re lurned hom Miss Florence Hamilton of FrecliriLkstown is spending thn week with her sister Mrs Jl hn L Bather M A R co who was IMiss away by the death of a has returned to complete her visit to Mr Belt ITord IMrT W Riedel was in Louisville Tuesdav Mrs JJjedel who has been visitintPr sev e al weeks retutn himIHHF ILeo Haydon Jihn L Searcy and Tom Hardest formed a fish ing party to spend a couple of days at the Becei Fork this week Mr Luther A Burns left Tuesday for a trip to New Or leads and other southern puin i fpr a period of iest and recreation Mr II lP Lake let last week I on a business trip to the moun e4stertKentuckyIinterest or Lake Greens- cigars und tobaccoICADriuN This is Dot a cente wordbut viheu you th iLk how liable ou Uro not to pjrchisu th3 only lemcdy universally Uncwo and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 3868 for the cure unJ treatment of Consumption and Thtoat and Lung troubes vith i out 10lting its great popularity a I these yedrs ypu wilt be thaulc t04BHcbcesI are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists dUd others that are cteap and goo fur light colds perhaps but f rIi savere Coughs Broncbit Croup and especially for Con sumption where there is difficult ex ectoration and cougLing dunng the nights and mornings there is nothing like German Syrup Toe 23 cent sze has just been introduced thU year Regular szi 7j cen s At all druggissi CJ Havdon Get Close TO The Soil You never heard cf a wild ani mal that had rheumatism until it reached captivity and was kept off the earth You never heard of a horse that had rheu matism until it was shod with iron and kept off the earth You never herd of r dog that had rheumatism Uf tlit became a Lousehold pet and was pampered ept off the earth The heathen pf Afica and the Pacific islands never had rheumatism so far as we know until they got to wearing sandals or shoes I once knew a fool man who whenever be got sick would dig a tiench in his garden liedo n in it and have his wife cover him with fresh earth a far up as his chin He would remain there for an hour or two then get up iin fine spirits Mother earth The contaC It looked like the- rE SlJrlt ction nd it was Let the children go barefooted Ex For Sale A fine yearlihg hackney stallion 1 good work horse 1 broodmare yeirsold T good work mare yearsold 1 fine short horn milch cow male hop 1 sow and 8 nice pigs Also 500 white oak posts slat board and wagon timber Address HARRY DERRINGrflt Springfield Ky Notice According to ireclion 73 Corn mon School Law a poll tax ot tl50 en all white male citizens over 21 years of age tthat reside in the graded school district and a tax of 50 cools upon each one hundred dollars wonh of taxable property in the district owned by white people or corporations has been levied for one year for school purposes The time fixed by section 79 is two months and payment mus be made to the District Treasurer before the ex piration of that time He will bj in his office at Springfield at AtIwill be added and it will then be the duty of treasurer to enforce same This April 2Hh 1903 G C WHARTOX Dist Treat Office over ay don Barber 1iaia1nIIhI Ii IJW Ii ti1iiliili 1i1i IiiIi Ii Ii LOW PRICES 1 = ON CLOTHNOI1 We must now begin to reduce our S largo stock of the choicest lot of Merchandise ever shown Our first attack will be on the Cloth ing Department For the balance i- of scnson we will offer aIr Spring 3 Clothing for Men rind Boys at cur PRICES eo I Wool Black Cheviot bOO aSuit 1 All Wool Black Clay 695 a Suit e A look will convince you that we are- S eo offering Genuine BARGAINS ROBERTSON BROS mm m m ro roro rom m 1 fa Salejv purflijJ EquitySettleI By virtue of Judgment and order WashlogtonClroultCoort thereof 1903 la the above cause I thecourtiON MONDAY MAY 25 IPOS at 2 oclock pm or thereabout be highestbkiderirediof one and 2 years the follow IA loitIAfollows of 76 to cor the 12 a rales to a stone on west side of the ranch thence S 31 w 26 poles to 3 eech trees thence 3 22 w 24 poles to ifTurnerthencCocanougherthencethence S 70 w 20 poles to a stone Whence N 13 w 9 poles to a stone tlIpoles7Sttl ljThis farm belonged to samuel F Turner deceased and is known as the jMitchell farm It lies on a good road it Kyita1finepurshaserexecutebondiuate of sale until paid and having JudgmentBidderspromptly with these terms tf THOS A MEDLEY M C W C C Notice fto Creditors Cir42uitJl r felaims against the assigned estate of L H Seay are hereby notified to present said claims properly proven before me at Jny office in the town of Spring field Ky on or before May 25th 1903rfHOS A MEDLEY M C W CC Backache pains In the jjoints welling of the feet headache jaun jdice stomach troubles and general debility are generally caused by dis jpasea or inactive kidney They cant p manently cured by the use of tayuo The most efficient remedy tor kidney complaints Sold jfay Wood 4 Campbel tfKEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUty f people Who Say Little sad Drink r Le Get There Ofteneat- sl1dhbijjing pursuit of his juvenile enemy youll1fboy understood luTin Instant and un derstandlng closed his mouth and ran easily running down the object of ijjhls pursuit who had been running open mouthed and was soon doubled jnp with a stitch In his side J There Is a good deal In keeping your irioutLi shut There are more people in mouthtwlthoutany idea of You may be a tool tnve Jf you keep your mouth shut Hrhos to know it Generally you can 4tee up the follows whoJl get there jure setting there or have got 4bpre by YouJIjvniuleriiif around with his mouth jjpeii but not as a usual thing Its what people say and drink chief ly that cause them to appear before ihe police magistrate If they had ilept their mouths shut they would iot have said it or drunk it More fool thedouththanlow who goes around with jiLt mouth tptSII may catch n few flies In the ijpirturo but he Isnt likely to catch Quyhlng very valuable that way Its tiie fellow who sets his teeth and con uently shuts his mouth who gets there Toronto Star I The Human Uody A pupil In a village school who had been requested to write an essay on ttjie human body handed In the follow tfjig The human body consists of the heiul thorax abdomen and legs The litad contains the bmlnsli case there rte any Tlo thomx tijntnins the iISpart and hlso the liver and ijjghts The nUdomen contains the t4SVeis of which there are dyea e I q u nod sometimes w and y The lug extcrnl froui the abdomen to the Sor and have hinges at the top and middle to enable a follow to sit when standing or to stand when sitting Will Cnre nsnmDioll t A Herrcn Fincv Ark writes fbleys Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs colds and lutig trouble I know that it has cured coimunptiou in the first stages Sold bv Wood Campbell Ip YOU GET UP jllWITH A LAME BACK Trouble Hakes You MiserableKidney Almost everybody who reads the news- naners Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers great kidney liver and badder remedy- It is the great medI- cal triumph the nine teenth century dis covered after years of tent kidney and specialist and wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trcty bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst fpfrmf of kidney trouble chmendedfor everything Ifycu y liver or bladder trouble It will be foun- djtthe remedy you need It has been tested iso many ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in ery case that a special arrangement has ben made by which all readers of this paper ho have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about and how to find out if you have kIdney orbladder trouble When writing mention reading ttills generous offer In this paper and snd your address to Qh KiimerCoBIng hfmton N Y The SwampRoot- the of byDrder is reci SwampRoot JJrregular fifty cent and oacf Swseptact JMlr sizes are sold by all good druggists 9 EVAPORATEDFRUIT8 t of all kinds gomgfcheap to close fout Only a few left Come Early fW Also n small uantitYlf Breakfast jFoods such Ralston Shredded SVjioieI Wheat and Bourdeau Flakes p DONT FORGET f IIThatI we keep a mil line of Grocer f always on hand Phone 57 andgir I us a trial order iis all we akI lES MAYES JR = 7ll r QA r ILISITI J t CUNNINGHAM i i DUNCANSSrOR I rp4iid see the great display of J r Embroideries I ts- J I acice Ties 1 Lace Coors 0 tA unsurpassed variety ot MHSH GOODS i in SIlk Ginghams Mercei tJzed Ginghams Mercerized Waistingsi Kuickerbocke- iVi1es a i 00 c WHITE GOOI5S jj- iiin Mercerized Madfas Q ifords Piques c t1 i CA PETS ilt 00 Just Received the argest stockC8r pets in Tapestry Brussells Ingrains iY Japanesev 1 w that we have over shownaV 7 LKCEOURTHINS JtThe most effective designs in Lace s Curtains ranging in price from 40c to 8600 a pair I W7LL tPERWe are showing a most complete ck1tof Wall Paper in beautiful combina tions of French Patterns Crowns Florals Tapestries Ingrains and Tiles It would certainly interest you toS 1t visit this department ikWe- offer special inducernentb cash buyers in prices and tneBhl iII1iI Rebate Stamps Call for ycur stam tyors Very Respectfully St CCunlliughaffl u Dutoillhl lt ar JOHN Sy MoElROY tt GENERAL INSURANCr A6NIff- lre7 tii- r 1 Life and Tornado Jr OFFICE OVER PpOPLEBANK During my abser4cefrom office W FG or George Neikirk will attend to any busii for me JFoleys Honey and Tar cohtatnano Ioplatee and vaiL not constipate like nearly all other cough medichies Re fuse vsdbstitutC8 Sold byj Wood CampbellS PoUya Kidney cure aks n i4 b1s 4r bt C Whoa you want a paaat try Chonsberlatn Stseli a dIc t Tablets They are easy Ifkt ctpleaant to take Fec iwk by Jky- don dritgstoce WL1 iiigton Letter OneT0ffiie1blosfc irapdfrzmt en Aciments C the tost session of Congress has come to light this we1ri jlts anrovisibrf wfilclv Ia overL37 inserted1n the d cu1CurtL1 appropriatoabiII nu Ihorfzing tile Secretary ot the Treasury tfi pro1ibi the fnppr ttthicot all foOd prbdua s pro aqunced aduterated by tha De partjnentpf Agriculture all food p g prcictlh lobes on which fail tsjov hre re producecl ahU all suchascannot ba legally sold ijnf1 llio countiic In which they are produced o from rvhTch they are exported It is esllmateH fhat at 4htipres less ihun 4iUiI imports which will c me within the pro HibitTbh of this law Of this a Bpunt pno a f U r p resen ted bVwTnes liquors and cordms tie remainder being made up of Virious articles This law wi vpevent tie prevalent pnictice- otcxiO5tlnigp thedftnilbd States a Frenth wines the produnts of- Spain Italy CaVornia wins jrljiously purchased f r blend masppses tcr a Iso Germa n misty I lid delicatessen articles jh pthi5i are preserved by the use of borax etc Probably navor before have such wide dfs fiSsstipnary powers been conferred a member of the Cabinet as are imparted by this bill Dr Wiley chief chemutt of the De 1jrtmentof Agriculturc who ij tMe author of the oause frrhcrj jallsja tliiipnHo the fact that it L jayba used for retaliatory pu 1IJ3sewitb countries which raise Unwarranted objection to t CI tlrnpoiitatiort fbf American food fproducts because of the use of preservatives Seldom has s extensive and important a canard been cxI plotted by Government officials sas that regrrdmg the reoccupa jisOfl of Manchuria by Russia turns out to have been iir BfteYlyJfwitKdub foundation It1 4 ppsars that the American co L suli afrNiu Chang was entirely paislead in the premises and lo iit9rn roiSteacT United States Minter Conger who cabled rL4t1j 4eofflcials of the Department 1namecbare congratulating them selves that they ref ased to bi c daejte citedn the absence of mdre definite information than that transmitted by Mr Conger itjseems there was some move mint of Rufsiau troops in Man churia bufnothing in violation oeatJ1dgesatd the consul rawtook the movement for a re occupation Ihe p08tjfnce investigation stiUiContinucs and wih greater expedition since the suspension o enfezUI superintendent of reel dli s M ach en A m jn g ihe miportin discoveries which hap rellowejlhi installation of 1 InsnectbniPokniia at the head of the PreedeMvery service is the finding of a circular sent without autlfbrizaVrbnTtb the carriers of Pbrurt1 ni utaa askia ilen to fbr rd tj tlO office of free dc liV rj aIi4of ilo persons re ccIjjnrnaiLonjicjr respective Smutes difd it is adm Ued that IhalC these nanej have been placed atiUetLspviial f millw 6r5e houses dep rue Jt stoics n snapqrA and cthtrs which 1wi4edljtb2irtmlariip tie r ci I 1St cnlUgitinglfie ru aL t ade I 5p us mauife tha1 the sliicchin L4ftnmrtonI of ifce g veii ment wta a SPilS Blows out tlie gss and furrjisbea the newspapcra with ajesi and ail obituary notice Didnt i beibrbiifjlifla victim back to life Those Wl1OilcO g1nuo on 1 thdaiogerfind coiiIBequencea en tUe cough de jvelop into tang trouble The best tune to kill Vsnake timert a cot h iIs when it tarts OnlinariIva few toses of Dreeclde2 Med Jcil jicovgnr wl f cure a ButIdeepiestedl thebodyT r Pierce a Gpfden Medical Discovery Aiill m rJiuety ight taseiout of cycty htiriOfetl effect perfect and pernBinentcure y1iusband bad beet coviiI roryi 1niiumptionos s5ia P1ace Chicago lit 1Ic had iuch tenbic coughing pcis we iot opi wnrhIarme4 but Jooked lbr 1Izeburfngrij Afterthreetocouthe doctc did no dZfIf1v11DI1andedzne hotueotppktceo1dei3 Uiipio1yremarkable ithree PiercesCPkenup arod end htwo more days be et to warkTb Lm fhCothmos nse MMica1 Advietz ientJrtCpty ezpeaie tmaflj M1rci1i Ur Sb PiIfCCEUffO N Shattered Nor v c s andntTc all Heart Ted Nervous toSlecp cr Rest BrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me waileadsfromJiercclitatyor butitthelInodwiibuilIwhise letter lullows and greatly improve your general health DrMilesrecommend them as the best remedies for tile curehenI weighed scarcely pounds my nervesIwere bady that tend and my heart troubled me a great deal had pain in my left arm ond fhoulder had difficulty in sleejiinjj n spellsnndI coin cat scarcely any kind of food without fullering great dfctrets and was so restless ordayZowmy my nerves are Meadv as a dif ltep will hippynotvmncvjCenterIAll dniriji tell and guarantee first hot tic lr Miles Kemedii Send for ire lirxik Addresslix injustice lo the local in reliant and rotspipors ind it wll be morelfreetablished during the remainder of thU fiscal year ow lug tithe exhaustion of the appropriation for that purpose bv the ox r iVd gsiut methodshero ofo c in vogue rn the department Tin question of ratification of the Panama canal treaty is at1 present at ractinsi wide intPresJ in view of the con flic lug reports being recfivcd from Bogota tile cipitil of Colombia It has bet n 11arroquinfhas Reyes but this is not believed by Dr Herran the Colou bian charge d affairs in Washington No accurate information has reached Dr Hoi ran for sonce time and he is unable to oswrcss an opinion as to ile probab e fiie of the treaty American officials Lelievo liow VII tht it will be ratitini if the Picsident of Colombia tinJs it necessary to declare the country in a state of war and ratify the treaty byde cree Thai such ratification woul J be accepted by the United States as valid is regarded as certain in view cf ihe fact that the Attorney General pronounced lYgal the title of the Panama Cana Compuiy which was ex tended by a decree of President Manovum without tle sancti n of the Colombian Coijrress THe XEajs Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the ai of the XRavs cstabliihed it as fact that Valarri of the stomach is not a dii cae ofJts lf hut that it resuls from repeated attack indigesion How Cazi I Cure My Indigestion Kto Dyspcf sia Cure is ctrlng thou inns It will care vwu of indigestion and dyspcpsiu and will revent r cure JaUrrh of the Somach Kodol di gess what you eat makes the stotr ach tweet Sold bv C J Haydoii Reaiioi i will make inquiry it vihl be i revelation to yon how many succumb to kidney or bitdlr troubles in one form or another If the patio t is not yet beyond medical aid Folvs Kid n ry Cure will cure It never disap iblots Sold by Wool Campbell Negro Kills irsBrother William Patterson a negro aged six CR years was shot b his bio her Shelby Patterson who is eighteen yitls old iii a no jro scttlciomTomsonyile est o Sljelbyi last Sunday tnonirg shortly iiftei ixococlf The npgroi ecr rojj dc n sciousness and ded abcutlwinty tninutos later A Scalibre r ul let had entered his buck in th gioti of tthe he rt and pass den irtl through ills b ly ciniiujr Out in almcst a straight Kno tithe opposite sile CojWffi Roberts vas totiliocl and conducted the Imprst hj same nightt The proof adduced show d that he killMg wns purel acci Jentil boh the bjys having during th day ripeated IV Ilourisled thn weapon atidj snapped it at och othiir I3y some noans the negro who mel hU death lied succeedvd m oh- Li i ig SOIR e r hi iro a d o this he owes Isis tragic pad Tie verdict of the xoroners jjuy wad In siffordunce whh tin facts and the sliver was filyl cxonqratid Shelby Suiiiincl 4Thatis Fdieys Kidney Cure Asisver lrceripfldnand one of the most eminent in the country The ingredients are purest tiaY money cats buy and are scientifl caity Combined to jcr their utoiust talmte Hod by Wood Campbell1 Er s S f h2 fszKts SittZ tits j Wellington Jones f free taiic 11- V 1 By CLINTON DAHCERFIELD t GnpvrtijSa lu T C 3IcCiotrc J John Malcolm Gordon Jr was alone In the house The nursemaid In charge of film uad gone to post ti letter As the letter lox was cjjy n few isnrts away she argued that so brief a jour ney could not be termed desertion And It is not to be supposed that sloe was awrro that at that particular time of night 10 oclock the broad chested blue uniformed guardian of peace would see fit to linger by that particu tar letter box Linger he did howerer Therefore vhon Mr Wellington Jones put his log over the window sill there was none to gainsay titus stive a curly haired young ster of five lie looked at the sloihig boyThe young tins too small to give much trouble he muttered Ill choe It outu hint if he squalls tie was just putting together the last of the sliver bureau ornaments when John Malcolm spoke Who re you he said clearly sit ling bolt upright with that caimIty for sudden and thorough viikeiiin which he load inherited from his sol Ikr father Wellington Jones started then he said coolly Xoit of your business kid Oo hack to cant stay in my room quoth John Maknlin decidedly hiss you toil me who you are and how you got here All rlsht raid the burglar vith mcck humility got in on what you might call Imprompty stairs an am a member of the profesh free lances Tree lances John Milcom sat up straighter titan t ver 11 know whl they are They tight fur their own hand Daddy tells me about them lie never thOught theved be one in lay own room Hid you come to tell me storks till Nina gets hack ThfMioweomer throw a cloths over the things ho had eolliftedhnfnd strode over to John Malcolms lied The latter lay back on illS pillows and smiled up at the free lance with an expression of welcome and good will Mr Jones DONT SEE TIlE FREE i r IT moved to sudden and unusual sensn tiojwp swore vilHy under lois breath fapfMioiig his only mode of expression joto go lo sleep Imniejintely he said sternly Ill tell yon the stories notiicr time Im going to hUt out the rs an you Jest as quiet as you kin John Malcolm sighed hut In view of frturi tales he yielded The light went out and with lois firms full of plunder Mr Jones Flipped Ino the ta plains room and opening a flsh net Ltgin hiding lo lois spoils He vns- ist completing arrangements when John Malcolm nlfiVd tn rigor Not from thc five lance tio mvliit fiuiiiu tutu uf sue that wnvtred up frou tho open kiichon and hllwl his nottiils Hi kiifA vliit that iieiit and be tvnlIed out of bed In the liill he saw a light shining from his fathers room and he nearly frightened Mr Jones Into a lit by a frantic unexpected tu at itt skirtii Selp me began lion t gentleman Jropping the net with n crash Hut the young voii shrilled out at him Its lireIou the kitchen our kiteh en Come quick free lance Come quick Wellington iones actun fly yielded to the shrill command niul ran down stairs with the baby at his heels Sortie pirt of this was the soldier In John Malcolm Some part however was lieI MRS L S ADAMS 0t nIeiamt Texas Vitie of Ccdul it indeed a blessing lj tired women Having suffered for seven years with weakness end bear Ingdown pains and having tried sev era doctos and different remedies wLh no success your of Cardul was tire only tiling which helped me and eventually cured me It seemed to strengthenthe I5y tired women Mrs Adams moans nervous voinon who have disordered nicnsoa falling of the womb ouian troubles or any of hascYouthis gnat womens remedy Wine of Cardui Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of cases winch doctors have failed to benefit Why Alldruggistany stontac liver or bowel disor sliculd der Thedfords be nscil iiliekDraugitj nlvlrwtTmpwi1rnit ClnllanoOii rtno Co r T Jim Dumps gazed out on sidewalks hot And looked in vain for one cool spot And vowed he rAI Once more has Force restored his viini Ii Although tis hot hes Sunny Jim k 4 ForceiThe n nlruvScrve maKes comfort possible on a sweltering day Helps Him to Keep Cool Force Is a blessiug to hot humanity I find rlnco eating itstud I want It every morning that am able to go through a hot lay with much more comfort than when I used to eat hearty meat breakfasts It has taught me how to lire R tie tutu Divon on to a tire ori aue in the old ocont yrnrs arid the meshes o the bygone life entangled him nt the smell of finoke nn the coy for help At that very Instant the captain was hurriedly letting liinisclf in with a latch He was greeted wlihn horrib ymer f stroke and a Vlnclng childish voice that shrieked gleefully Oh fret lanco its nil out How jolly Into the kitchen sje the captain mid there he fotftid hs sot and heir smrtty smoky arid dreiuhod with va er while uir him stood a ua lint Btran or sshiio e three wetks iieard as llai1 as the srxiiUs of hmut thi t covered his faco The tire u light tliongh very exciting one the result ef i match dropped by the absent maid niis out Only a Ladly scorcied wall ind charrcil frapinents of a dozen ri towels remained to prove what it mi ht have tloie rrchciked Good firacions gasped the captain Von light ig tire Malcolm and Nina one Did site turn ii the alarm liidnt need io slari sniffed John Alaicolui scornfully Iiuit you see ijc and the fret lance put it out Th free lance who hail his oVn rca sons fut not meddling with alarms s tl5iicng in grmt unasmess irnnd t room Mid cursing his folly in having aiisxvirtl the childs pl a S r said tlu ciJaSn am more ol lijrul t j you than words can caress 110 did you happen ill so opxj tat lyVHe coined by the Imprompty star sight into my ro ii pipd John Ml c waked and found him tlirr Wasnt h giHdV The free lance liriid scarlet throniri his smut Tin captain glanced nt hail pliTciu ly uie upstairs Mr cr live laiice he said shortly You will like to get some of thil smoke off The disturbed Mr Junes bitti rly re grt lug his kindness went upstairs hoping to avert suspiiion by isis pliance lint In his fiar of the captaii tie f rgiit th accusing lish net which 4stttL thiiu in the captains iuouu ItII lay on th tloor the things sjiilleil half out of it Join Malcolm cliccked htsI ilmist incoherenr recital of ti t free iiiccs achievtiuiiits and his Ovn joy iu th prcsenci of such u visitor to call aittiiliiiii clamorously to the net see said his father quietly Xi ua very possibly put tluhi together to cl an and then forgot them Vflly careKss said the osrrvant Jihn MaUvlin with a ludicrous luiiti thou f his fathtT The free lance wjishxl his hands and face silently Thru the captain held out his hand Here Is a purse my man he said slowly and If you want to tarn mere kinney In the wiy we all would rather earn it come bru1 to me The relieved burghtr glanced from the fish net to the captain Then his good angeT moMd John MaVulm to yank his c attails once more Stay and earn It now he com mantled wait lo hoar the stories For the s cond time the other yild ed Thereafter to IkiL men untlincli iiSly in the face the free lance stayid Crorvil 1nnio SlrlrUcu- Thcr is iiihng so itfi toin as a piiii Iv n ihi brave man who suc ec sftly rslsts It cannnt help feolin tl ttrst chill of this far lIt seems to ilutth him He s es perhaps no cans fur terror and even if he did he is suit the man to lose isis preseme of mind a ml play the coward Still for one hut riblo moment is the victim of an In lltienie outside himself and entirely foreign to lis nature which s ems to nuiib reason and Ids courage and tl Miens to turn him into a shaking poltroon or a frantic madman With a faivly brave man this temptation to jcin in the riot of Ought gots as swiftly as it oies Others Kiiccmnb to it al together itil do not regain their reason until heir safety tins awakeued their ianie crowd tit is so seized can only be compard to that herd of swine alw the victim is of demoniac posses sion that thd down the cliff of Cadara int the s Ill fear loss entered into tleri from the outside they do unit know what It Is that they fear they only know tht they suiter fear and they will perish rather than endure It London Spectator UuaitirMM Developed Ivt why ss fi lawyer fur th deMdast of the eminent handwriting expert are yen so c nk ure tlal yoti- rusinid on this clirography ii cor copUfs export wilh sme dlcnitfj have had the is examined by iiis lting my oculist the ps by uiy grrdiner the tiiu by my apiarist theI cs ly a retlnsl ship captain the es by a trim unit picked up sonic time ago lle hs by a globe trotter who has done Knglaml the js by a professional bun ko man the ks by a scientllic cheese niakfr the ga by the best teamster could tlnd fs by a renowned mu sician the Is ly an ervitted railway presidi nt the ms by the president the lypjgraphicil union tle os by three shrewd bill collectors the ijs ly n Chinese1 savart the ts by otto of our leading Importers the vs and xs by n committee f ank cashiers the ws by a green apple grower this ys Ly a fcw members of a college faculty and have relisul on isy own jjdgmeut as to the rest Your boisor sid thus lawyer wo have uo f iri lier quuatioiis to sssk Judge The Key lo the Stuitton nu3tiidIarnig liu too tired to go that dance toiilt Ho you mind go itie VIfe Vliv uis rit wl en 1 gel home vlv jrt 5ie latch Li Sr a 1 lie AlTrayH looks Happy Jo Arnold ftit very iriipjirisf d aul bitterly disai poiute uhitti II fieri Jones was chosen s the rrruri of a nw branch of a maniifacttiring liri tOt whlci tiey bitii worked Htrtj iuihut it certainly seimetl s lf rn jrice bad bi rn d5t tj had lni 5iIi the tlrm loner tiai iriy am his work had given ejual srtk fiOiioi Why tiit had he ben liisuiuvtr few words viti tue eiipiijyer jin swiVed the quosiidn jin sorry for Joe he sniil and would lik to have lusled Jjlm forward know he liithfl nd iouisuiuii its ud that hv iri always be rlied upon lo do his very best but be weans such a loig face anl worries so nboit every rifle that he creates an unpl isaut atmos hero Judiinz others by ny f n th 5ng blhve attracts pojfe nore tuna a cheerful face and a ginr air f happiness Now this Is HarryY vtl vaiitag over Joe he always Iapi y and as the busincsi of tL foro nan of the new tleutitneit ii nvely with the public he must be u MM who will mke a favorable tin iission at tLc ouisetSucceia AHDIronMoun1ain Moun1ainRoute FROM SI Louis Memphis TO titHe Rock and Hot Springs Ark ALLPOtlTGI- NARKANSAS LOUISIANA TEXAS MEXICO MISSOURI CALIFORNIA INDIAN TERRITORY KANSAS COLORADO UTAH and PACIFIC COAST DINING CARS AND PULLMAN STANDARD AND TOURIST iSLEEPERS Through Without Change Tron Furtser hot nnation inquire of your neisrest Ticktt Acent or T r Tray Agent No EnuHable Bide Ixmlsvlllc Ky Worth Slur ia iner iii art fmlleryiTen dol lars is a Iili price 4tr thnt picture Its nrLi g but n man suioUinp a pi n tiher Yes lnt look nt that itip n y Vir sir Its niiinc meerschnluu 1iiu fiiv jolortd iu1eatrs Irjr e size Vi ciiit tty tlnU ipe rltuu fur Its ti t1Uiago TriJuae THE ESKIMO DOG Atlve lit wiris ir III laxter l Ocnil lie inf tlae IXi IimsM wrltifj n 55ii all p aliii lujlt- roiii vir if tii riiii s di iiisiii jiinl itt is iff a miKi vilue lo lilii as ail ftibui afid animals of sir fivrei rues pt jo jelir Ilx lim id his family til ir elitiI frtim iisiuIhi5 ii liiist lilit siljnr walni liMiis liti b irKir sMt tin tiny riiI ii the sinnv iilrl illtiicattM retbn lolc nf a sil- drii him f r inlli in pnr tilt of tte bear inj lilt Iy brin tlie hssu e lotl to ly roniil iijtil liiI till bis master coie rp for Iii ii tci p laiice ii Slit iaii ss jjt KKii lii u inter niJit wlirn tlr hand of hung r 4 tlic sttlejiiin nleut lesiv he siIthirip hs life to frd IM aster and is family and his coat to keep tlitin winn Fioti jiied now with otSiiTStrainir to ihat llu and r ddiili spittiil os are to sivn well iis Hie iigrvs uil liiiis iliis ituiI stiil retain to a lirge Je ie tljfe strength erTdnrUiV aid list fqf blood when in pursuit of gain tlirt charatrizid its wililimresturx Com biid with these triils are ai intiiI gence and fail hifuin s that k ininv of tiles aiimal lie peer ofiiiiy Ihelr nnro favored lsjfii r n inora fcoaial illmites Leslies onllly irver laMssn RaJhiT an oriIual lessoji In pfilitcullf thotJs11isustt tniuslated by Sr Kdviu Arnold In Seas and liiml Outs oveiiijr a he was rin to Ii palace to take bis turn In keepln tje ngLtt watch he lot Ion cash drop out of iii tinder ltS hito the stream an tlen botgt llfty rsi vorti of torcles to sarcli fur the lxt coin His friends laihrd at him for scndin iiu inuci In oilier to reovcr little anil he tihlil with a frown Sis you are foolish and nornnt ofI cconoinUs Had not sought for thus top cash llioy w ud have been lust forever sink In tre hot loin of tsi NaiMerljrawn The Cf y cash which iiiivc oxpouthd oi torches will remain lit the hands of this tradesmen Vleth or he has ten or ts no matter not a sin1 on1 of tt sixty has been crit and that a cheer giln to lie sQay lITvcts HATS 5n Siya u Mllllu r Are meen- lntirtat sit fleennitna tr4ti Detit fni rtJJintehhu3ttmen- irnv ststtg aihtIt sOdea huh J a jiiliiL l iosstreiyiomeij c u icuniiiit friilj with licny ifis loorrtalUer mean tlu avsv specimen who doesnt kunv thc dlffereiifv between a toque and a Gainsborouglt They are koeilj Judaea of effect s better than tluUr wives Men often coiae li hiertssvLb41 tlelr wives The woman bcyiiijitortry oil all the lusts in tle shop Tlgr fuan JTOW n roiw VWe inaHaiu will pirouette before tLv mirror jHfil vlcwj the creation froai every Aiilo bpforu passing judgment the tunn glveghig oplnlnn without n bit of hesitation Take it off he willtsay YtJt look IIo a Sioux brave with his ttr bou ut on lie doesnt lnT why he disap proves He couldnt describe the trim inlns if he tried hut he dees know that it doesnt si his wif Without wait7 lug a second he gives his decision and bis wife is ahuoU in teals as she sees llm turn down some of the prettiest models lust he doesnt care how they look In the window or qu the head of Mrs lones or Mrs lirntfn He wants soiethiiur that becoming to his wife At last she tries ou the hat he wants He knows It even before she lias lad a chance to glance at herself in the mirror And would sajy that hits judgment usually coincides svit- boisitNts York Press lihviui Twelve lboriicso norv ii an iTritli met lea problem for ou If it ij reit tun to drive one horse Low much fun te it to drive tvlve LOIVS It Is quite a natural rinwtr to s twelve times ns much fui hint if you wi re to ash mi should iuy divide oni by tnvlvc aud you will hve a tii v coVvct answer l hiiik of Hveli i5i sej to manage at UtiLe Tl ii a siuht sv a few days ago hotr ii Ib e i ioss tied streets of Nvv GiSiht driver showed such still b lor eiatship that people la the streets sioppfd to admire his des tiriy The horcs were drawing lui iioiist steel girdei lo be tiseti in erect a skyscraper Two men went ahead of bis cavalcade to warn the ears to slop nt convenient places for passing and to clear tIn street generally Ks pecially where a corrc was turned was there nuich admiration expressed for the drivers skill There he sat as calm and cord as if driving an old nag down a country lit no instead of twelve strnly horses down Nov Yorks busf c itt borough fa re Broadway New York Letter in Piltsburg Dispatch Greek ind Uolsrnr The struggle for racial supremacy betweii the Slav iid llelleii1 says a sr rt r Macedonia a struggle as old as the hii U lire Identified with iid iibittced by the religions strife v ragis be ween the followers of ti Itulzariati eraih and those of the Crerk patriarch tle schismatic and the orthxlox parti This animosity rvailes and poisons all the relations of life private no s than public A inek will oi no account sptak to or shako hands with a ISulgar Nor will a Itugar patronize a shop kept by a reU The auipathy botwtH n tin two niUonalities cmounts almost to physical repugnance It fir exceeds any feilng of enmity that either of tleia miy onterttiiii toward the Turk vho has ground them both to the dust during live centuries of the most un mitigated oppression imaginable Sunday In 313 the Kmperor Constan iniuif liome grant sI toleration to the irstiis and in 7J1 he gave Imperial siii lidti lo the observance of the Hrst d of lie week The edict wliicli lu trninid a new era in Sunday observ iirtce runs On the StiltfltblC day of th sm lt the magistral ami people re xiilii in cities rest and let till work Bhops lit closed Ill the country how r prsons engagetl in the work of luliintieii may frecy and lawfully c inue their pursuits because It of tn happens that another day Is not so suitable fur grain sowing or for vlnu planting lost by neglecting the proper moment for such operations the bounty of heaven should be lost lion ho Ilnlterlly Irotictpil The itt coloring on the wings of kinds of biitcrflies Is a bitter iJlitl pigment v to a certain ex Uit prntvls th v s ulos fjfun Iiihn- gitili by their foes Frogs will try to eit sulphur butterflies and after test hug thij will promptly reject them The brilliant coris may be p rod n cod In orvr ti advertise the taste as well as to aid the butterlly in jyiiirtin1 a mate of Its own Limit We may be cUally ignorant of the latent sb il powers of birds Knew Tliut lildiil Par Mrs dhy lluyler Vhat does your husband do for a living Mrs ICantton haughtily Hes an author Mrs W x dby lhmsyterl know so U mine Iut say what does yoir hus bntid do for a ring Philadelphia Press BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOMEJIFEP- aiucs Oalery Oompoun Makes and Keeps the Children WU1 ansi Strong Mothers Matte It the Home Medicine Tor the little Ones The rliiKlren God liless them are the buds nail lowers of our homes Without their prattle nut hcatty laughter our home would lie depilate They tltotil ever le carefully ended ii thillhu Iaisil youth IIsse expect lliein Ii iiHn tutu trcct men and women Ii the home anil at school the children have iliLir limes health and suffering udcn sole the allil ate 1KxMlUT cheeks heavy eyes nervous innvctiifnls and twitch ings if limlK nail iniiscl s lit complain of hevlache dr vsines weaiiuess dyspepsia ansi i7uligc ioi All such syrryXonis and nil incnts mean iliat the stcls of disease will have fast and Irm Ito tuulcs projxr measures ii to a iirfctt condition of Lealix Tli wills of ie and jruilcnt parents have inane their children happy healthy anti vigor ous by giving them natures medicine Paines Celery Compoitid Iii many revere antI plicated ease Iaincs Celery Compound has rfsliicil health when the little ones were given up by phyiciam If your dear ones are as hearty strong antI rupjjed as they shoulI be try she health Riving virtues of mines celery Compound It makes and kecpsthe children well The house Is made bright and cozy with DIAMOND DYES Pillow end table covers curtclno portlorec afcianc tldloo and chair coverlncs may bo dyed beautiful end artistic colors Direction txxik dyed israplii free DIAMOND PYEurtiagtouViI rw T ta it Acab1ePrcparzitionfcrAs Ill shnilaQng IheFothtffdlleIa- StothsondBow cZ 9TIIProm- otesfligeslionCheerrul nessandflestContains neither OptuaiMorhine uiorNinera- Lor NAnc OTICS- v ifjo 24Lrfmna iae1LiSt dJiqemitsi 3 ediafriaa fl2 ConsUpalion Worms Convulsions Fcverish ness andLOss OF SLEEP TncSinsilc Stgnnlure o- fN1W YOIH EX5ST C9Y OF WRAPCR- Ssfem KpsI w w U CAS1ORIAPor Kind You Have Bears t1 iifSof 1 For A Th1rYsC- ASTORIA S1tCCJnAUCOUANY msJ FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TLACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY BUILDI5C School jwhUc WORLDS I invited tootc to Vi7 I sictetuslue the aiost popular la ever1 conatr votes ten ieatb of k acsdcaiyeoiIee oimivereily incdica1 deIILII r theIogtcaI tastttuUon- rotestarit onc daomliieijnnai schccl eligible to electiousLcxnbcrs ftheEdncst-IonaaibitCotaceaxepuI TxpOitiosiaaceO5tuct tin I ca a greatesiatrnasionsJttenttuthewox1ds34s fh nte cercoStIYtu1nc7zti- l ty s osi most potiulr cdett ite cfJgerson casting thelxrgrst- suer 0i wins win a1owcd to ttd to tameiterSthe moat popular end the ccondaoct puar CLIP OUT TIlts BALLOT hiLL U ifLANKS AND MAILWnWi 4 T TXt casTrNotcfoiA c Tcs theinos popular t e xoniity 0TE DOtliAIt ZNCLC6ED5 V3Z 4ti iCe bs4s is p t MMIJ14 Sis I J 45ii Vattid nrc not required ncn lie Crnnnics but thast cLiUoutnt riiho ic2ii4rnf votiiiKtoctoso aait wil enroll thctn in the KcritnetT BuUdiuir Votns huw the option yl sTjfilijr ballot din c UiheSectctjiiyofUvet4csociaaoa erJSHKe pap irtyiJAdiiitimiaLlrittsiCb iuiy tmde ly cetn cwr uglsttsrdIetisr LCent atiie Cpresrso- sdal isUcsaniicrnitnuaiiatsousto 1sucetiI jLBJUXOTTIE TOTES WILL SET CUTS ILLCn 713 At ten cants each every school chiU la La Clsle will t able toout at lea Mdsr her fuvontc Itaciier Hut tha voting Hot be coaCacd to ached chidren P5htLT ptra5s i o viiEsitnitYo ho purpos ctle ssacI being to elect tst papulcr ScUotltecciicrlu each county c tocuUiidtred bythepubllc genereiiy ax sceil as by theschsnot clititirea BUotsceamtain ten spaccsso nba ptesmpupllspl- ilay be anrasied end cath gIving ten cents be credited vitii1t14 crlicr vote If cnepenssm de to cxst tt voteS it may be done by aritlnglxhsor lietnnnie cnouecf tluerperl andresltt one dollsr It U not required t sat thciauicL the pciaoa voting1 beEiv ttil All fUieiK spaces lor vj rrsnam s maY La lft thsl The Asioclctlott vranU however atoll fh the4gKcntrcUy tiiujs at su Iouis tjerthe Jia oCeverychtdwhoci tbneoriaorcYOte the ctmUiL TupiU areaakedtheixforetotl irticlrnaEies plainly tothebaloU 4 ALL ESPESSIS OP TQK TK1CUCB3 ATIMilHPAIQ tyths Assodatloa ThIssrUUndmd rujlrond tnns rrtatlin froaTouUvUlc to Si Iccls suid return board attceoi the bethotel l the city fur sia ys and ndmissiou to the expcsitlon gronads or slxda3x innra rtrvi WILL in JIVDE riritt TIlE jrovcianTEJicHEnaioiaakethetriB more DrfItablc sad more enjoyable 1cit cfihes arttesufli consist offorty oteacherx Tbfs Id maine a raias there iIe cblyit ossrtIet tb Aaa cia tiou n to allow two teachers the n ot popular end the second jnostftt pnar to rfroaa ihat county Jefferson escepted wiith cis number ofyptesjp the contest ALL TEACUE1S li TIfl STtT 81D Cl Iii I Cnnttt Tb teacher with only twenty pcFllstrivTrtcIve riorintea than the tetchcrwfllTfifie or lx time v ts many enrolled in lus oraer school votlnjia no confined to clilldreru The paWlc will be n Impoitant factor Votes asay be cxst ir any yers so tau1it sehooIdurInj a orI4eck now ThIs gives the teacher ot a five uontfia siltich closed itsNovemberor Decembcr the oppcrtnI ly tobe voted for during the vacation period 1ST xraBE OF MIX BE THereltfaoiaiC ttencrtTdol hers scat ior any one leather the inorevo s he orsne vtitbe credited with VV ONU DOLLAR CASTS TEN VOTES TWIOJJOLCARS CASTS TWENT VOT Sv Hll2SDOLLAR CASTS Ti IR1V VOTES FOUIt 5flrLAflsiAZTS Ponrv PIVOUARS CASTS FIPTY VOTES TENDOLLXR CZl3 A hUNDRED VOThS OtU IITJND I tARS CASTS THOUSAND VOTES of the money received In this contesl oer and sbove that tised In 4reying eixpenec the mot popular teachers of the Stfli ott thclrtrlps to the crias Eaizwfll g forthe eure stun fa Kentucky BaidirrQt the exposition so every Vpteifin this contest inajrli ve thcaddi tiaiah atisfactkn ofknowingthatbebasaidudavotbycanse TIE STAXOKO OP Tire COXTCSTISTS WILL us rantiED laeachcoHBty to show his or her friends howthe race is belagrua BeglnvijUnjr ssowjbr rTorite sdMl uacher The votes will be counted tusdtrthe of the Educational Exhibit Coaittee cf the Association The personnel of this committee is as follows r ProT II G rowseli Lasts siule CbalrmanProf it McCbeneyPranidbrtFrof itP Itaileck LonLsvtlielProf WW urthoiomw Louisville Iwof PauLAndernLcxingtoatflr Chase PahxnerDsntIlePsez ident XTitUaia Plnwlddle Jackson rDrW C irost 3 Hnntoon Louisville Dr It Y hslulthax Toiisvmlhe Dr Arthur Ynger ceometown fsuperlntendentM A MsWyvLM ingoti Superintendent i Progge irantOft Prof C J irahbe Mblond Prof Mcilenuy Khoad Owensboroj ITof T S Alley BellevnetTTOfC C Cherry JJowllnjr Green Prof Eaos Spencer Louisville JHss Pattie S 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