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ptItJJtCJ ibci hsJ4M11tT pa Il HlL ftr7I N r Ii sa Pl6C a4kOF I 1i11Iuer suaiE at 7 I lfl ji aI er r w C I W1e4re IIrt 11IpIssuI 0 CIp Xl ll T IMIt wI4rlO4- kWUhT a C 3 ROUND or iai J1 ICkaN fee pawewed a xaiBd discerning Ttatwai stored and crammed with haraAMI kertboughts forever buralajf 1eAll iMtr sentences were rounded Awl ker work lmj oiug Bounded Iwas really quite to ndedoAsJJ Ibtesed I coaf ess It WM ratter aa iallctioa All dtpteclteadpOllthedphrueAItitHbea11Hfulaelection Of tHirad their connection AMlkcriMti e iaflectlon Tty were quite beyoad all praise tJsaw ker very lately Awl sfce iIi not talk ornately A statelySfceShe was saying Beseums diddums Wkere ic 14 old pin got hlddums IkHaer8 loUl kidduas wTHome and Farm flNt expect Jo take much stock in the KtftUcky exhibit at the orlds Fair as according to the keek iBfocoMition not one cent of trilUoii has been leceived frthis county for that pur poee Appeal have been tnade through the columns of this paper and in other waystut no recpOMee have been made Even the contest for the most popular aebool teacher has failed to awaken any interest although ietetllya good thing as it y the ftHccessf al contestant a e trip U thWorld fair paip1fMJCtwcky tioII which was formed to ruse Kentuc1QBui1di teiProducts and Besources the Louiaiana Purchase Ex4 positfoa in St Louts next year isbevilBf every effort to close cripUoo1 crtixeas of our county will put ir slkmlders torthe wheel for UieJtIxt fortnigbt as is being doseia other counties our apI rti i tat will have been raised by the end of the month TIM Associatioi waits to print a ef the counties soov after Jtily J sbowiog how much each has contributed what each wovU haye bad to pay had the is1tnrel nde an appmpria UotLitml how much remains roii each county to subecribe ea I dpULAR As was publishedI L in these columns at thehjU tHitsetcthe Free Rurall mail eye a In this cburit is proving trean rnorepnpular thelonge if tried and the number of niaii boxes along the van us routes as increased to such an extent t thatth carriers nbvtrhave quite enough to do to keep them iron loitering on theVafside It isjJ to think however oW lBChccknoo1tll1g there was at first on the establishing oftbeee routes This opposition which by the way was without effect Was ledby a few country oetrnaster and storekeepers who Wtre personally effected nd was joined in to a certain ex tent oy a fi w citizens whom the roes really did not effect one way or another The opposition is now however practically at an end and as the people become ore familiar with the working s f the service we may rather ex pect to bear of petitions going ia for the starting of more routes than otherwise arn t ryestrL1 opens county 4wkiJs proRliHCrhe Winter was U exceptionally MOod oneT en the wheat and although the crop suffered some from the effsclsof the early springdrouth iK ease out wooderfully under the iliueoceof the ralulatiId and tbe heads are well the grs4s are lae Farmers art well pleased with the pdtcaI tfoM of a good yield MCAKXABUB A rcflwfk AX able eetscMeaoe err d 11 toe prinary tt1ieiatDoocrala tbrjudicial district In the four ocmntit Mbuckicuu i i date for tire nomination for tthe jlaudgeshipof jkhe candidates for Common weiltbs Attorney received ex- ctljthe same number of votes 892 In a contest where there were over 4800 votes cast this isi a Sverynethat wo1dnot occur again Lperhays in a thousand electionsV Judge Pattesons majority in the istrict over Mr Shuck is 157 while Mr Durham received 873 plurality byer his leading opponent Mr McElroy T FUTLE USE Jigging O 1tw j he work accomplished by at tbEaJlat few ierstof court it appears that our grand jurio nave become rather an useless instituion and an expense from hich there is little results Theit gand jurymen at thelast Feb rnary twm of con t mfet and deinrated and drew their Mttl- eprdiethiorabOutthree weeks and succeeded inreturning a few iindictments which when they came up for investigation at belrecent term hardly resulted in noaghnes and convictions to IpI olriall1hisi Ifor the morals of the com s thhowsisooddealofig When a grand jury can hold a continupua5ession of eignteen or ttwenty days at a cost of twenty ifour dollars a diy and then Tail to iakfe up enough aSs to Occu py the court more than a couple pff days it indicates that some tsththgIsamissw ASEBALLLocal interest in the nationall game of se ball which was stimulated to sonic extent lasS week by the igame with th6 Nebrasko Indians lhas reached a high pitch and Jthe boys are practicing hard There issome good material here now that some of the college lboys have come home for the va catiouvand Springfield will short lly h eofel1 organized team of players that will be prepared to meet all comers boB 0 DeWitt Co Is the name ofI the firm who mike the genuine Witch- HazelSalve DeWitts Is the Witch Hazel Salve that heals without leav ilair a ccar It iia a serious mistake to HazeIS Haydon I Iby Kodul GiYes irotlihenabling the digestive organs to dl gest assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that maj be eaten I ncarlaheattbethe muscles and recuperates the or gans of the eutire body Kodol Dys IpopsbtOure caresIndigestion Dyspep uU Catarrh of the Stomach and alt Istomachdisorders Sold by Co J Hay don Revenue B J Ewen the chief wuness for the prosecution in the trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White at Jackson for the murderof J BI Marcum has begun to feel the vengeance of those whose mir derous reign is threatened b- yhisdisclosure31ris hotel valued at 10000 and represent ing all his savings was fired by an incendiary and burn dto tthe ground Only a few articles bf clothing were saved Two men teamsters in thdenrbloy of Hargis Bros were arrestedon suspicion of firing the building Ballwas offered for them by COuntyJudge Hargis and Sheriff Callahan but they were held Iin custody for actionby the grand juryIidiM g1llrgiMlle AH ladles and children yrho cannot stand the ahpcklng 1oflaxatlvesyrups cathartics etc arciiny ted to trttkefanons Little Early Risers They aredlffereHt from ell other pills They do sot purge the system Even a double do will ot gripe weake f- lssiekenan3people call theta the K TFilU W H tfowell Ho stont T ii Myt netkingiettes can be tistd lot eoastlpmtion sick heidache etc BdfcMwore Lafayette II4says al otkncrs gripe and akkea sjblis te W1bts Little Early Risers do their work well and easy oldbcJHaydon i SnakeYarn1t k BY TiLFORO HUFF Raymond Robinson ten year old son of Lis Rbbinson was bitten twice by a ilarge yellow spotted snake last Sunday The d in company with several companions was playing on Thompson creek when the reptile glided up to him and bit him on the lower part of the leg The1 snake then sttfrted off butt lier going sonie yards turned came back and sank its fangs into his leg the second time and disappeared The boy was over come with fright aind sank down and began crying The ladjs wails of distres must have tojched a tender chord in the serpent fur itcn ne from the bushes with a swaP weed in its mouth and coiled itself in the boys lap Not knowing what elsa to do Raymond look the weed from the soa jes mouth ad unconsciously begin io chew it and the reptile again left him is thought the weed WdS an antidote for the yoison inflicted the system and that tbe snake regretting what it had done furnisned the means of saving the life of the boy who beyond his fright suffered no ill elects frdm the two bites I know there are peQple who wilt laugh at this storjr but everY boy in thecrowd including the victim will furnIsh a voucher at every word I have writtf true Harrodsburg Herald IJo You Enjoy What You Eat doIyou good Dyspepsia Cure iis the remedy that everyone should take when there is anything wrong with iIhe stomach There is no way to maintain the health and rength of mind aud body except by nourishment There ia no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthr pure and sweet or the strength will letdown and Oisease will set up No appbtitc loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bid breath sour risings rifting indigestion dye pepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Care Sold by C J Haydon That Throbbinl Headach Would quickly leave you if iyou used Dr ICitgs New Life PiUs Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Bio1 and Nervous Headaches They make pure lood and build up your health Only 25 cants money back it not cured Sold b C JBay don drUIist Shocked By bi htniid Dun g the heavy storm lIst Saturda mornm ugh ninsr truck tbe esidenceoJ Mrs Mat tie Coleman o the Springfied I ike abOut four miles eastbf ere an slightly damaged it Will Cooper a npgro boy about 12 years old s sitting on a trunk in hu ouse at the timn and the bolt struck him in the back of t e bead rendering him unconscious for some time after ward HI finally recoverea andI is now out of dvger His escape from insant death is mar vejcus The oilier occupant of the hause were shocked in a slight degree by the electricity We are told that lightning struck in five different places in the mimeS diate vicinity of Mr3 residence during the storm but without serious results Stand ard CAUTION This is not a ceqtle word butI when youthlDk hbwJlable you aru nov to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine iin the world since 1868 for the cure anl treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles with out Iqsjng its great popularity all these years you wil be thank fullwecalredYJurattehUonto- Bos hes German Syrup There areSD many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and andftoodforsevere Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Cot sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the niebts and morniogs there is nothing like German rupTlli 25 cent size has just been introdueed this yor Kguiar size 75 cents At all druggists OJ Havdon ttl McEIpoy ITherace for Commonwealth Attorney Saturday fr Yealeathe fact that Henry S McElroy has friends at home of whom he may feel proud Although defeated l for the present he has made him self solid with his J people He is a young man of sterling worthttl andplenty of ambition and will doubtless be heard from in the future Ho iis tod valuable a man for his worth not to fee re 1 i cognized by the good people ofll Kentucky Of hioi it can be l truly said that he is honest brave and brainy jjust the kind I of man the people need to guard t1theirP3hopingthutreach that goal which his amoi tion craves and for which hisr model life so admirably qualifies htmL barton Enterprise Sale iff School House and lot ih On Saturday Ju ie 20 J 903 at 3 pmw the Trustees of School District No 89 willbell at auction the Scbool House and Lot known as theEdelen School Said property is located on Knob fo Lick road two miles from Spring field and contains one acre of land and excellent well A credit until January 1 1904 will be allowed purchaser to give a negotiable note payable in bank The title will be perfect dii auBT F MoNTQpMJERY Trustee ta- District No 39 an When you have Dr Classea German Penetrating Liniment tn the house I yu have a reliable article that you i JthatJ JinfmentFSold peChanben1ains LiversTUyou ifinyour appetite cleanse and invigorate U your stomach and give you a relish r tdrugBig Cattle Sale P aoMessrstbatttheyg i Mr Chas Byrne of LouIsville at 410 per hundred These cattle were shipped Tuesday on it arpecial train Consisting of 16 c pMessrsshipped 800 cattle to Chicago III and Khundredbr slopped at Coon HollowtMessrs Dawson siCohThesepPittsb1rgt p sold at W45 per undredstOwing o the low prices the lit ca tie war have done nicely this jt season W lie theywihi make 0 little on the Nw Hope a d Cocn Hollow cattle they will fall be hind on the St Marys cattle Haven Echo l Two fools AN a Pig mnFozi law suit has oe Din progress att naBoones IIuelinvolved covers ia small pig flitlotvalue of which is not more than J 1 Already the men have ex pended about JOO apiece andI have now takenjthe case to the Letcher Circuit Court for a hear ing Each has employed legali tUcounselthat the pig the property of Samuel Bently broke into his garden destroying some veget ables He put the animal in at railpen to await damages His Ito b nalrrUq pb Mr kilt was ffalling out yery fast andiwas greatly tlsnnedi 1 dtheaAtf 7MrsThe trouble lsyourhalro does not have life enough Act promptly Save yourEhair Feed It with Ayersi Hafr Vigor If the gray i dehairsshow Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color evt rf tiMe LNs = 1uitv fItJCOATDCOIAnNU i rTr i i iNhile on te3h6rprjxignela Mr and Mrs C 0 J horse became frightened yoQter8approgching letCambronj WkgyI ttil1tJturnhathei yutmanageable heDbU15gvru Wobtion of the flMri wheels By this time Mr tter who had stopped his aujtomoblle and left it in tinwis ad seized the horse bytbe lI1s and prevented further rouble It was a very narrow escape for Mr Cambroo Tin rse in these parts bas notyet I cut come accusiom d to the auto to mo mobile3we ofachines should be extra careful 4pth them on the highways In ctfies automobiles are limited as speed by prdinanca and there fin sjioiuld be a llaw regulatifig their e travel on our turnpikes and obqir rpad ways Lebanon Enterprise 1 I Do you get up in the morning with at 01tl rodringthed dull to life or energy If go you 4 should lose no time la procuring GayrCaIt is just the remedy you done that will give you relief Sold by Wodd Oampbella ratlolfilcitLivingpl ace remote from civilization family is often driven to desr 00ratlonreofu1ting in Burns Outs Wounds 1 ersetc Lay in a supply of 0pupkleb whobestouYdons drugstorein traielNp Ii Keiticky River mAstherelspt just now in thetown of Jackv ScnBreathittj Fe mention one fact in connec he citon with the place which mabuavebeen overlooked in the rush At reJacksonenvirons thesmall boy who find ssej difficult to throw vacant lot oV astoneiterosIII ayer who is makiltgarecQrdb jWhen ne throws a ball 315 yards a evnouentuck maanream1Iilble does it Yet it is and I IM ave done it Let me explain r fohei ofnsCaeepstrikes tbetbills opposite th pewiij anin mIboundsjkreut loop around a territory of ioottom land aeyen miles is cir Icnmferencej coming brck to tbe lower side of the sharp dividing Madsrebeitseveneasure around Phis ridge lSthI 1200 or BOO feet high and is so bef rrow that one fort200 or BOO takardsonsalllyater below A tunnel 08 feet ng has been cut under thei saddle and a mill at the lower J end gets seven miles ol fall in 68 pretntlnYteriersknow of none equal to thKenGI Cks river at JacksonNe w York Sun v feiot t C anything be worse ihib the feel that every minutei will be i list Such wasth ex erience of MrsS H NewsoiIselecalur Ala For threeSI SI1earssbewrHetoUI insufferable pain from Indigos the oubeWDpEaoctorsnndleogtblwulndt1 edtoryha Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I 1pr vldthnce and MOW Iih corapletely re hicovefedHFo sttomachtectale BitUri is the oily toedI ra iciniBt Only SOc Its jiuarai caedShow Interest sp An exchange lisa this regard tag Baakisg sxiwspapet that tit made interepilBf n TtM citorl w istamaitde pod VOll rIends t1 help 1ak liii lPP c interesting S pw fw e Jinterest r iU your local paper and giver all tinformtion buLioin ttQ the nljlisijer Marriages deaths filrthaor any little item may inr rest some one Such items are ten absent simply because you sdntle the editor know it Dd u ever think what a steady tterwritera newspaper 1st eek after week it goes on tell of those utile things that ppen in our neighborhood If u undertook to write half as chas the paper tells you uld Iive Up in despair The letters would grow shorter anther apart and finally cease People in a live town recognize this and take pleasure In giving the editor items lie would other e never learn Cuts Brro aii Bom dtlcklj Hull Chamberlains Pain Balm is an anti septici liniment and when litetheaSuheal without jnatBration and such re quickly than by the usual trifat nt For sale by Haydons drugstoreI Novel Her Sale S AIheriff aleluoughcircle him for the animaL The offer was accepted the bUll pin pinedbrought 165 The owoer walked cuseipg hwhhe the Siiff teet neamealerras IeKIKI1N fTber has just been published c list fall the bene tors of Andrew Carnegie to ies towns individuals and in JIwh61J 0000 Expressed oabe map the United States fio stae hitrlibraries furnished covers a ole column of ne print while the nniversitiesi endowed and the- stitutions and 8chools PQIiI which money islavished Memal ost endless Of course one third of the total was given toj otland and to the city in which jcrew up a poor boy but the iesrof Allegheny and Pills rgin this country have alone ceiveit nearly 20000000 It just a little hard to repu diate the good deeds of such a man as this and even to return his gifts with contempt as hQ4 endOni in some eases though ery dollar that has been paid t has been for the improve ent mentally and physically d otherwise of his fellowmen will be seen that very IiLtle bf r Carnegies money has gone j r the direct maintenance of charitable instiiuMosI Mrs rnegledoes not believem upI porting rpauprs or other deIndants lila whole purpose be g to h4p men and women tj self sustaining rhave been treuekdfQrs011et112e- th 1 indigestion and sofir stemacc says Mrs Sarah WUrdtis of Lee itssrlarni Stomach and Llyer Tablets which have helped mi tery amohto t now I can eat manytklsga that yoretrouble witli jour stomach WI1BotC e these Tabiets aRd1et well FortJ e byHaydons drugstore t Ncws Jjfites r s Katherine FleicherEdel so ano Wilhelm Birrekoven nor Jand Max Xiohfing basso ni the Stadt theater Hamburg fo rmany who have arrived in New York will participate this m week in the National Saenger a t to be givenat StLouls 1Ra e Liberal Arts building under auspices of the North Amer ican Stengerbund t4 Robert Catlett kwealthyciti 4 a pf Sevler county Tenn was ntenceJ to hang July 81i He convicted of complicity in murder of William and Laura baleyr who were whitecap d1nDeceinber 1897 li The Canadian Pacific railroftd s absorbed the Canadiaa Pad hticuarters at Vancouver ads taken over its fourteen- enniers plying between Vksto w Skagw y and otber points The fortfMYiM German ajrV lturists making a toar of ta cottfttry are at Madison Wii1 lil ctlng the UniversIty of Win Min arriclratdeprt The party wUr next visit In snksiS lj S otsCMN Sc J 1 THEOLD WLia coi iklJtItWD- Ab p EIsmflIj T YLta 09 last Wednenay Willis tle fiveyearold oa ol iCMsjt ttka foreman of th tifcVii1a J pltwashis home on Wala t 4rtet wte ilenSteinbergrsgsiongan ovsii f41r1 g with a knife went ioto tIiia yard and tOO Jtu kts from him and atiMkbin k rthi it of the stomach lbs knilt es UriDg about two moles 4wpind bled itwarily aasl H tdared tint blood poMt I a t ap tatlMjr ioiay xioetr k enenta itwttbOlM thMW illrecoverS s Steinbergec was airi Hit iIIIiI 1 confeeeed J feut cm aeeMUst of M extrcBMi youth it will W ia It bl etodo bythinwithb r fhe is under the age of iieeMeiem iJJrJ The attack WM eatireiy MfMB vOked awl fhowMt a viilimeil position that ia a to W faf ifc 2 o eaoyoaBgv Thin IjIa k tbsj cumati ofnitty O MMM tt have beea coaaiitei by thin ikoy and hit brothers all o wtkotm a s aaore orleec wortUeect It be adTiMblt tic lbs cqurt to give UM whett short BOtice io Jemte 1h e I imaiiitr ak itwotld bs a f t riddance of bad rnbUA IJII Iw ounded lad iataiDanville Advocate P i4 IIeIlMtJfl t Lightning played a puehf freak loons insteaee leal day and a yonac negro bey lii f at theme time ai aarn t cape He works Jpr C CL j utattbetiinewenin a bois house for bertoc hj 5 on trunk near tbe walL jlightningl burnt tip a f i2 fr3 y Inc 3ustabovs hIt Mrnck jff 1D jn the head en Mr to lay TTscalp bare and tree of b rripped hia clothes in tb b j 4ut4 otherwiae uninjiandR I i- iflIS1 ij JjIooti this weeks Mr I M c ri4iieuagec l attrIr saw thoM tw rkq bs4 Ider kill a C b Mk ther day ad it wen fight ever yitamii in Oa cpUQty The asaks VM J P 1wh4ndiQnake wonn41SIL aa Cfbid turkey b7 a tbe W fJwas op The ottser t r t th enboandndinki theai l 1i0I twealjy battle wM tmfte Wt vbeo aokean4nsjeIasysixfootsiIewug dss1k dthvictorios tnni and little OBM ttlttt with a coameiailaiie talg 4 tirions 1Nick r si s E etI nine nawths s k0 IftanfortLDiiiA h i l IFrA fins yssvling biiy 1 on1goodwrkh1 mare 9ryNroNi fc pae USJartenrs W 1 s l 1 i M lOP 1 W hit okm iM ages M =JLltaIT81f11111 itmIJJ1au gA1JLd A LImm Melm ssI- i wTh T THE NEWS LEADER a yiroMD1T 3WV i il WA YMAR IIN ADVANCE i PRIACPI1LDKY- 1Y 2j 2jjDAVJ9QNIIr 4 L1AAWitr J J JcZ I ywrjCS P 1JL= =sieIPsstss- J cd i hUM pIc1at4I fri 41 Ztf1 F1 iijg1 txct Ubenl l er respect3 L 330 t 500 ouII lroo- I 4Ddi45 TEUR DAY JUNE 19 W3 i r 4J jCirduit th04iC1 tt Uea the I jy5 8ciVll PATTE lIa ffer tli4 Sca of Circuit i i 1M iJtetenVK Judicial i eop of the counties of rGreeB and washing- tJ l t to th Dw criticpriaiary IX tJwll1th Attorney r WtM UIMbed to Announce 1t ui i VVJLL DURHAM t1 sjpfCk cfMty w it candidate for the f CwoaWa1th Attorney t i ts ctl of tnoPjmorO- Ttjtfed r rt1JiIa thIs tbe Eleventh vJwitMifti dfetrlet composed of the L tj 4tf Washington Marion Wsrad QN Clerkliir Circrit te announce i ifynutHtirt for the oflce of Circuit feCwtfiUtafffc of lP hiagtoa county eUTtHpfciritWd It l cted will be- 2M 4iift fcro c by ItbbtjNoe ttfS rFor State Senator i w 4tftMlUiodHcI to announce f3 r 75f i 0JI1XJtY LANCASTER L tj i f Mwlpa Beauty asa candidate for r tU Us of IRaU Senator from the riK1Meitora1 wrlct subject to the tfl r e4 ef thei Democratic party r r 1uoKsy 30thl9D3 tjhii rt 1 f l tiRepresentatiYeX fJ WarsMkor1zed tQ announce tst llriinElilAMD OLAYBBOOKB j if as a M itdaU for the cffice- JMtS t l pr tlvalatb lower r WWM 8f lataeky legislature from + tJiuaelle 4 Ia iiS- f= fewi Irom rBretbitt county 4 1 nlinnf iiepast week has been p4iehtifulI and full of sensations r Aside from the incidents attend ilt1 I Ithotrial of Jett and White- S ttlftbe men accused of the m u r ii a fft Marcum the public c 2 ifaer J Br 1Of igiven another shock the i ad M other day by the annducement t I tialithjBineWi hotel and home cf f h J 1 ir Cp4BiLEwen the cheif prose J i l ttpwitnes had been burned itIncendiares The tastimeny t iifne murcrt1ia11aU in and 1 ce ta beicg argued fey the 1 prwpys Qpinloa js divided igjto tb probable verdict of the frt iilanriobking for cliqng juix TTnlesVlsonil decided and r u lookeal rairo of reform sweeps overJc county of 1 Breatliitt witlim the near future 4 bo t r if cjiances are t m- ttbjerplraOrS ol ihii Ilatest of aepmcuntaifl assaysina tl swi11ieverbe punished I i = fVtsyrnpath has bjsen 1rdtjiroughout the state for it J C4tEn who sustained the 1osi tf1iHbotQwhlcb repre ub4 wi aJ15 dfftti savings oh ac coiittofUrave stand lie hus JJtrestJtYP against the P4raccused of tho Marcum n rfir ioney for his relief Is lbigJreelyst2bsCI1bCd by C F MJP ffll jpver the state iu1 KtfeiVhdtei tatnl homQ which- r irMJbttrxed represented a to ala low o 10000 with no insurance Tijsctrtaipl7 pe iOdOr terri e disaeJon the ele I 1 Let lo of Seppner T Jtylt b1a c ud Dai oY nightnd almost v ijNi4 Mtil xistehcet The syariolyJjfe stnjnte fh Po i9 STk ffding a goon at WMIaqsr A atchaay- sI tbaf two meTs warravte for per Q its hst- ot r t areaidio- 5bse emiIeWas1 I i T o d tt Ittitti Scart Fifts Ib19d tue a LL Lion Coffee Th icarecrow coffees are those tbal lade under a glaring of factory Cfftilae andsuch smS pUe n 101 ana anlfona J rJie ai1tiiht sealM- JHUH c1eul1ie1 1zes aM ltT Southern Europe X traveler writes I have often been Gtruck by the case with which people Iu southern Europe are amused In Pirie 100000 people go out to Long champs for the Grand Prix race au i half a million people go out nnd line the roads on their return to see them come b ckln Rome at the feast of the Dlvlno Amore 5000 people go put on the Compagna to a spot where onco stood a temple to Venus and hold n picnic while 50000gd out and line the ApP wnyto see them returnV In Madrid this peculiarity Is even more marked On the Puerta del Sot about a thousand people stand around and dc nothing outdoors while crowds of pro pie sit Indoors or loan from balconies tC watch them d4 it And In Seville the Idle rich sit in clubs and lees on thr sllcrpes to watchthe tower classes wait by while tlje Jtlower classesl walk by to watch the Idle rich sitting In the clnbs jiiid cafes on the W Ucadlac the BJMe Iow1on will It tajie a person to read the Old Testament with Its C82 430 words or the 1Sl23 words of thJ New Testament And liowVloug to read the TT3C92 worfls of botht A man can read und rj taudlnglyt 100 Words every miuute By hurryins a man can read words or probably more I will assume tIliitaf man can red criticaJly that Is carefully and nderatand1ngtnt least sixty words vq minute That Is slow reading being only 3000 words an hour Suppose a man should 4evote iin hour a day Jet the Bible At this rntehewouldrcad 10SOW words In thirty days or ibu mohthV tiine He would therefore read the Old Testament In less tliaa six months and he would Dnlsh Jhp New Testa meat In JeSS thantwo uJonth f His Last Hope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Montrj Tn the first opening of Okiahoniatc settlors lit imthe aitrof this ga pertvas an onff the inanyscekcrsaftei fortune who made the big race cnt- fine day in April During his tnxyell lug about aridaterwarda his cam pin j npdn his claim he encountered much bad Tfatef which together with the severe heatgave him a verr severt diarrhoea which iit seemed almost impossible to ch kand along In Jum theca became so bad he expected t die One day one of his neighbor brought him one small bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera andDiarrhoc Remedy as a last hope Abigdost waifglven him while hd was rolliui about on the round m Igrcat agon and in a tfew minnles the dose was n peated Thegoodefiectofthc med cino vas noticed and within at hour the patient was taking his ftr t aonud sleep for a fortnigbt Throne little bottle worked a compler cuie and he cannot help but feet gratejul The season for bowel dii orders being at hand suggests thi iteni Foi sale byHaydonidrugstorV Commissioners Sale jdocIndaBMilbnrnc Plff t EquityFred ordeaIWasbihgton Court reidered at the February toro thereof 1903 lii the above cause shall proceed to offer fur saletit tht Court House door In Springfield KYI ON MONDAY JUNE 22 1P03 at 20c10ck pm or thereabout br highestbiddercredlof and 12iijonth the folloft lug described property towlt- A certain tract or parcel of laliS lying and being in Washington county Kyon Rock Run Creek and thut bounded totvit On tbe south by the lands of James Birchs heirs E Cum leyandD Noel on the east by the bythelan4of Ella 5 Colviri on the west by the land of Isaiah Prather and S B Noel containing 122J acres purbasersecurity or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal Interest from havingthBidders will be required to comply promptly withl these terms THOS A MEDLEY M CW C C Kenlucky Pair Dates The dates IQr the arous fairs are fixed as follows t Bid morid July 136 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 215 days Cynthiana July 294dGYs daysDaMadisonvllle Aujrj4 4days Lexington Aug O6 days daysLay 4 days Shephcrdsville Aug 184 daysSMaysville A g19 4 days Shelbyvtflo Aug25r5 3flysi 4jdt r i t 4j Nicholasrillo Scpt 1 Jdays tT daykTtfs v7 77l Ktntwckj Stilet Fair Owens ero pt215 days B1erOtIJS 2Uda-yi fii 4 t i u foW 6 Km2sa aei ewH asrasH W 0 ii lo W I 1iW W lII x News Froni The County = t Jj i ieiipic i i Q h i Correspondentseftftr nftft ftlftftA nn ftftnft nnnnnftftlnftftnnrftlftftftftlntnftcX d ocfif VI b j 4r MrvandMrs WSl ibb off Englewood spent last Sunday vith Jackfeharp anl wiffv Mrs John Mcllvoyr of our Itonisat her fathers for a eekShe has been sick luring her stay Dr Samuel Scruggs and brother Lloyd of Omaha Neb called at the home of Mrs Sue Merritt on last Tuesday evening I1iaI home The Doctor was born and reared at Jthis place Both young iten have gone to school hew and out of a number of classmates of 10 years only t vo jf thtm aid living here today Mrs Jjula Hyatt aod Miss Muy tnie MerriLL They Visited the cemetery where their mother and sster ana friends and relatires are buried i next the sch olbouse where they spenc many happy hours VVe regret very much that they could not prolong tneir visit withfriehds here and hope to be made happy again in the near future with a visit by them Success to you younj men vMiss Annie McIlvoy enter Gained her young friends in a mostcharmicg manner on last Saturday night in honor of her guests Missis OfJi and Gracie Haitchettt of Macklie Messrs Claud Chcatham wand Walter Wells were guess off Misses Mamie Sjiodgraes andl vlyrtie Yttes af brnishville lnflayT Rev Walden delivered avery impressive sermon to a large iutience at this place Sunday last Mesdamas Russell and Blackburn of Van Duren Called to see vijs W S Gibbs last Thursday- Dr Mel Hyatt J C Burns nd W S Gibbs are having their louses painted this week by somo skillful painters wliich will add greatly to the looks of our own i J 0 Burns and J W Bha p navetheiriewscales qearcom v a plettjn J W Shirley and wife spent vtnday with relatlyes at Litsy Dr R BT Cheathain of Illinois j the guest of his parents Mr ind MnrC R Jtitatham this vjt Dr Crumo aid Midis Nettie tales visiteu at T hum Springs acndy Mrs Lizzie McMiilen and on- tre visiting Mrs Mollie Settles it Hiltsburo this Aeek Davis Noelhad the mbfor une of having his bufgy badly torn ast Sutday atTatham Springs dc had the horse and buggy nitchcd to a post uider an old tru and the tree fell across the ouggy damaging it considerably Robt Sims and wife spent last Sunday with Moland Derr and family near Sp irghedIDavie Hayes cf Polin and Edt Yutes of Booker uda call in jur lowu last Sunday MOORES7ILLEv I Wheat harvest will corn mocco this week Unclel Jce Hull says there was frost at his house last Saturday morning Several ofcur people took in the excursion last Sunday Since oar last there has been born to the wife of Wet Mont gomery a 10 pound boy Mrs Lizzie Armstrong wife of Son Armstrong died last week of puerperal fever fcho was in ferred in the Brush Grove ceme tory 11last11 bridge mar D H Houstons a telephone threefstores and otherJI improvements Itt the pear future We wish you all success Mrs Jeff Smita and Daughter1 Spt1ifleIdlasti a = rII rTjtiefaw4ll to lots of late corn this season os people wind up planting this eek Mr rhos Vanderents and rife visited their daughter Mrs Jas Truax last week Miss Hallie Croake of Croakes yille visit ed Mrs Henry Offutt lust week pwingto the death of Miss Ida GodbYofChaplin there were sunldnyHeiPerry ville for iinttrment There will bo preaching at New Hope Baptist church next bunday The members have not yet called a minister for the coming year George Mullican and wifcof Strlngtown and RicharoVBarlbwl and family of Wooalawn visited W S Goode and family last Sunday Miss Mag Hughes of Brown county Ohio aged 80 and Mr Harriet Bush of this county aged 83 are spending this week with Mr and Mrs T B Hughes of Maid Pleasant Hill As I have seen nothing from this Utile for some two or thr e weeks Ithought I would try and jot down a few happenings Miss Malisa Piukston of Louisville is visiting relatives here Rev J A Sirnms preached at Mt Olivet Sunday last Aver large crowd was out to hear him MrsV Allen Dur of Seaville is very ill at this writing MiS Mary Foster of Lcuis vile who has been in very bad health for some time is visiting n latives near here this week Mr Ivan Fostea and wife were the guests of fcilas Burkhead and wife Sunday Mr George Long who went to Illinois seine low months ago jo turned homo last week Mot everybouy in this com munit is done settiug tobacco and planting corn now and it womd not nurt anything to tave a good shower of rain Rev J N Hull wilt preach at Mt Olivet Tailiam Springs on Wednedduy after He third Sunday m tins month and Wednesday mgnt at Ait Freedom end Thursday at Bethel Tablow Ky M r Jesse Gordon 01 Louis yule who is very sick is vhittns relatives heurTuthum this weetc DAISY FEN WICK Miss Lena Rogers and Walter Adams were at Frederickstown the first of the week Misses Ma tie Begley and Ethel Rogers spent last week at Texas Miss Rose Kelley visited Mrs Myrtle Smith Sunday last Mirs Annie Logsdbn is visiting her aunt Mra G Adams near Mack ville this week Miss Pearl Adams left Monday for Louinile alter a short visit to parents d relatiyes to re Roerncssfor Inndfamily for Northern Michigan where they summer Miss Ethel Rogersjs visiing her sister Mrs j B Fenwick at Bardstown Miss Susie and Ada Feuwick Myrtle and Annie Logsdon spent Sunday with Missei Pearl and Alma FenwickI Ilillsboro Our farmers are very much be hkd with theirwork Meadows harvest and coin plowing all on t tea MissesLizzie White and JanIe- Settle OfFebickiitcr th- fsmilyotl JH Sttle home lost weer l l 1 1t11 TJ iIDW lHenj lgJ MIIIRenl S a J t ttlRelieves Instantly ICatarrh JftQ Sore Chest fFrost Bites1 And aH Soreness of the SRn and Musbtes- 25cSQi 100 Bottles AllDr- itsForbyCJHayuon M i Mr WilRogerofLebanon A r 125SBen Mcllvoy sold several fat heifers 0 M L Searcy of your town at 3jc per pcundj Two of our young men started Sunday to see their best girls but the h rsfi they wore driyinij refus d to go and lthey were com pellud to lake it afoot but the toys proceeded on their way Tho next morning we noticed the boys were wearing a very sad frowr bm whether the frowns won caused hy some other bors beating their time cfti the girls onswering in thenegai tive one can only conjecture TLero is qifitoi a complaint marie by the farmers about cui wo ms and other insects eatinj up the tobacco pants th it hav been put oot Some are of tli j opinion that in many fields there will not Le m ra Uthtn half a stand and it iis likely that cn this account there will not beaM large a crop putr out as was e n pected in the spring Oe ot our widowers wris sezed with a dote nnh Mion to marry some weeks go and mad several desperate efforts bul each timo made a fulureLn t week he resumed his efforts antjg went to town and after puchaiV ing a beautiful suit of clothing came back singing Little Annilp Rooney Ho says he must certainly be laboring under a great hallucination df the mind v The boys are making irangjqt ments to haydn ball team in tt1 t near future whey will play on tho farm of Thus MJIlVoy Judging from the amount of iin terest taken by the boys they will have a good team After practicing for at short time they will be ready to play other teams Mr Z P Leachman and fami y attended the funeral of Miss Ira Godby at Perry ville Sundy Miss Godby spent several vacations from school with r chraaijsfumily The effort Ito reo gunize the Christina church hero his sofli resulted in talk There are about 300 members scattered throughout the community jbjut there iis practically no organisfej cnurch A good mun should jae secured to conduct a series r off meetings md make a permanoni organizations Rev C C Ajfen or Rev J jk Kat r seem to be the choice pf the people Sp either of them ranks arao glie ablest preachers of their denojni nation and would certainly db a good work Lets get together and agree oh one of these irten and bunch this abcration Jhto prac ical work J Fit h ody received a tale gram Friday evening announcing the death of Miss Ida Gpdby cf consumption which sad event occurred at Chaplin Deceased was a daughter ot the Into Rev E H Godby and sep daughter of Mrs Annie GoJby of his place Shei war a su tent ih4tha MiMersburg Female Cull jreinnd woulJ ljive graduated fiona t1at institution in tills moith Jut about six m nths ago her health began to rail and she was Qfim polled to leave school ixi the hope of resainng it butshe- Untfljendthree brothers John and Lee cf Boyle county and Fitch oflfhls place and one sister Missdpot Godby 01 Cbapih who havethe sympathy of a wide number of friends The remains werojn teried Sunday In tho PerojgHe cemetery LILA + t Maclivillo n F tlll me1iTablO spent last Sunday with thefijmii4 Jyof A M Terrell jt MIss NIll Hobbs returnedfiiis oJStanfoliJOrchard jinBorn to tje wifo of John Oil li s i ie sttteelr a fine girl H j Mrs CtiliriniShw maker bo Jen dangcrpuy illlr fo seCraI1- dmys t at the homo of erlson1 Berry at this pi ice ffItl Dr RireKutt und fJnmytMr 1 jiyed from fiufr Fransiscp last week and are visiting Mug tfeharn pAf fiktfs hasfes61d rit stibj5h menf to Bowie F ArnoWbfJjhis pfii e Price uiikjmwn r ftelling Tblason and viZj t r T wstI rI5 r aYtlcy1I rt ill iiijjtiiliViIif tf wijlLVlW U l iitiili aillU 1 Ii i TheSffpp1yllouseiSit JIIdIf fli tAIF c j fI1Ai I THOMPSON GRtEEN t 9 i Is the place to gf thYQtt P ucts I get your Supply or f V 1fttt f t 3 f1 13 3 PIIEl1 Q SEEDS7 1 ffOfall kinds Agentst for OLD HiCKORY WAG4NSa l i 1or the Be eblat d t c34 I tSj 3 t i arrive and fsmore elaborate tluin eYer qc P4tIiJ 1 OAL iin any Qnantitf v atlojaiifftc fJitt tN W THOMISQN GREEN it JIrtIIf II l 3 SPR ING IB Yt ot 1IIvii 1 Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite popr Bow ls Tongucoate4itS are liver pills they ciLJrrejdysf pepsia biliousness 25C All druzzhts- noutAceWant Jour nr beard btanUlul hrnwii or xtcb buick Then me BUCKINGHAMS DYEt era c tnI At eo ai jl Pleasant Grove were the iruests of Dr Hopper t ni fmily on Sunday last fMr Leonidasv Turner iis havifg ail addition of a two story front built to hi house which is quite an unprovemer v r ST- Olcey fLyd moved to his np w residence I stveek whch has been completed cently Misses Alice and Callie Busby visited relatives at Rosr Hill last veek On last Sunday night the Christian church was fi idto overflowing to itness heOhild rows day exercises AU winter GS ing program was wellrende ed by the little oies whorefici much credit up n thenJselvc and their instructors also IcINTIRE Everybody is very busyIar vesting in this section Scmu complain that tile Kheat isTcr sorry Mr Ar hur Corbett was in your citj last Saturtay nd pur chased a new lubber tire buggv to the great do iglUofa certain young lady Rioha d Ke n6 bought of Al Srnithn young mare f r 123 j MM Betuo Spalding wcs i your city last week on business and wh le there purcliaScd somi new furniture J Everybody in this section iis perfectly Relish ed with fret delI livery and these who Uavout thy boxes aw wanting them or at iJIlthem v Tom and Robt Wheatly htdion hors3 swap last woplr the former receiving a little book Y Mrs Hilory Mdlntire had a pafalcJc stroke Iftst week aridI Ins been Very poorly bat w5ivte glad to report is spine btr at this writing t Mrs Ann Bishop isoJ1 t6 sick listj also Ojlie Borders andit MrNuce O BriCni 1L v- r Mr Frank J eeno had a young calf killed by ja wprk raulCifi few days since ii Severall JFrom hereare antibi pa ting attendingVthtfconimttnce mentiit Ntz1rothTbustJ r Mr Burke Bland ford of touts l1ler is visiting hs parents near here Miss TruaidBandf6fd is VisU ing brother RobertI a Louis viuir r rrIt is reported that wfe ate tq have a Bedding iiu this section J I OAStQRIAlor c iiII is IIntAlwa7a J e nt f zfltJt t l J SST JfA1 n mIr ii t 4 h A fF eiWaCv a S 4etitjMt att topgeilow could take a1orthless sheet l r =paper wf1 yap pnjt and make i M 1Jpieccfrbf paper andifal rolthrooolodCJml J 1 4rttitqr iI h tj3Pita- A mechanic can aeapound of steell 1work it Jnto watchsprixtgs and make 5W Worth8o 11 Q1ha Skill d s a Wss t 1Iie4We can vyrttea cheek foi 1000000 t rtp 4tl wouldnotbewortha dune Ttsroughltifl f jfYpur wife canbuy a loak vorthIo ut 1Ur xrik a 1prefpfs onethiatcpysl5o t1 ThatsNMuraI There maybe merchants who will tell you =that they Have betteri sloclf than we bav JI iW4riiYV have a good tock 9ta1 kinds tf bm inmatcriall tatwretq11rng torfOr either Fre Silvcror pldatf rcaQjta- ble profitei Thais Cornm- ojienirJdjO- is rlri f r7 Y7b I v 4 i S ofulftmaiciS railfd ot Tr thIs peyerted coadlt4 alWeMts liter s- aidWUdSwwtb zi 4 4tthp jiutrltlTO iunctloiffith3st enzichlDC Mid lag the Tflood so that a scroJoTooi p5indWo eaaaoC teta foothbld or erfst afldtal e1tacconflntodfre at your flruMlsta If us ipostaIfprdrqt caljMTlca irtthont cdsfc Tell 04 your troaW aEIER SILKWEED COWPAltY orsaleat H hiTii e win e JI t particulars ne st e3c ir lq e pOL Lapens t e true 4t iiissjda B yoIancl4Qthcr Frank lsite I stM hill Sundriyl tht MiQi j 11Ijs iing1 lij LQUjsle al this writmgt MisscsSasrir lqQ KatQ ehtertaitiedva itivy tiff Ittlflr fllufllft l Jtl Jp IInta The r idcrsof ifs psper rYlJI laEed to earh tbac there Ts afl 11fone dreadeJcH easd that BcTencr beennbl to euro in oirita ataftea tbotlsCat3rrht HAUs Ga arA iatheonly positive QJ npjy 1nojj7nr to the medical rrateriity Catajrrl beiflaconst1ttitfona1desorequkeaa sopstttatioiartroatmtaarh JI t dhecUY vo tb 9cxlt 1J1c1m Burfacea nf the Bysaniriier9bylr atBtrojiripftfrofipnridatignpC thj dis nd irfving too patient irMugthty tth1ikThePit utativpowrs tbgtne Oke tundred1oiIarQrrty ce S fJ Mb tclcurfc fOr1f5 p- Mosi tjls Au 1 cuxfCOfroltdtaQ soW ti7 thig Pt JeHtn rlntaf the tii ri hsTwssywy oI J7 Jjkt IUffGr ij ti NUFSOW TFrtO1E k al treeswa ekyie rrntI111 Mt thnci3SrIwjLLt11Lfl1 fsatlt catalI f =1O 11 f qUest i sf4J h f 1M r iHL r HIL ElJBIEit rlI Xlia CI SS13 ieus4I w e1eftta1S wc PAx1S E C DeWitt 4 Co cige- L 5 t 11y mr TiTHEMW9LEAEDEF 7 l J = a IflBillllltMt uiiilaFiVt KTj awiOFFfCE tdt e wriiOfPIOEDJarts fort over is1 Depos- itI 1It i Rl 8 NFlI jTLIroRJsIanle 4FDLDINEII i naf = tim ptvnotlhe gastronom 1 to IreiruIc LIB t tiletI Yi it1f8CtTCdfl repKt Thcr art javarkhly four csrM of rM JifljitsThe emperor 1IRtt bite to carvet for him lie bo iA IK b1in o1n p Ct I I i ij11 4niEewhile lie held the plate under h l tI etIfI 1M T Wh Ti felt IstyMe made a sign iei the doctor standing by the table theailfcr wont to the sideboard t rcsbra lIvc aacl atlee agobietSWWd4 ii out a1mcasure and a tW e r4I i 4 1heC WDurlRgnIW scarcely smiled Itthe moj j JamWitmtsot thejtss tcllP plqheretlredAobody cuuld pproScti Him with a pet tn ten t nMW4I Yt fltRest does sot mean abscrfuta Inaction but a chanItme4i l 4ccupafoh If muscular work his been indulged In jj 13andvce ycrs iti mental YCt liabcpmIndnlgcaU We siiout ltl sleep dgb9vteQtwntyfourunder the most favorable g9adltloligi cAs to where In a comf rtnbie bed onQflt cotton mattrcw awl pUcttj4as both tinswgr Jth ogt bie1Ie purpose a PJeomhrec iours 1 Iay If our WOtJttlIQtts Ilru nn out ot door t active Jlf e ifi m j gltbpi ame atnbunt ii folocalltyt nandi 500 q f 11ltJA As eto fl Asn l aspossible At1oiiyieevpisr t21 Atf annual vaca f tIon 3tMt r s4ve mental or fhyslcal exercise ygifMtK s But alw yS remember that too much work jncam wTsteT rreek and too snuth ret Jncans rust thmtlzIhIlaNdelpW t 1ff thIMlrRe11 irsa StilessoEmer03iJ 1Iih MfrU utUtrv basIn It ilflsugstion ot mtr ca J ncle One4canliii e1owlt was Mr l done and IinLttlon IssnstpIb pECUtemind a efc1thnlnausiks- 1sj1e t cn TIIatlon bI nebe said of MinmIracnth IouJpoue ffct neC1 QneiYjjV Iin4merican 2 n 0 t read t1W cords even It fie conTd ftIoti9 t f ir 4fr1tflpa euna carryIUg in th5fsenses the in ngoADd the night SJ sin Uje unfathpmni ax iinjthil br llK g5 ctrywihe city of God jD r1i r1 d 1 rea m1 hb77 wrongCentu J v M aw l TL1IIt tnaii WliQ uscdthc1exprpb Ir slop 1i 1i T ited tUatf toraavice chock fill of S- wisdth1iy is after Jli tnm 1laJ j jshEt t alt c rovs J1seaed j iiiI5 lnJcMitewrnnl5h Jp Illlg Oaea o nnd jiukrfisberniens bnltclam f tar rilsies food for many mcatlfLan1fiQ Snd fflfc fdrtSiliC bnthcyn1raSfocdoswnl1d fishcsnnd4tileEc t Was a lait with tith cxeptlonpossIbIy o litpOrgy Ckt11IlLC glundUpp5jrgl sn r ifJIieSnnle S Tiitzieuts llrmiy beievMrnn1- pt 4 ate nts of all kljiik apdoLboIhT tho n und marIne spepj PPtliftt the a nrltfi Cnirllitilied great snake I Is bn mnh ibf J- itroSlngt Bagrados riterdor- sbe a3s The inozister swallowed up t1tQoi t11 nomnnsofg4 wpiIat and wfs notcrilr tM hundred CmathitiidIii Mieiftdnn a E5k fted iie a VieirIed k11l ot iII WYfr r 4 g 10 PUuy lD fif1 n IInrwN44 5aod1 drt iii HHHfiiiHW tiiT caTHippeHTnts of Interest The Freshest and Latest 1LK Nce fat liens eggs and choice iingchickens always on band PuLtrykIIQuse to ect from at MansfieldsJ Deep t piic toClosQ out toiLE A6nLhoasD- UDLIAPP ict OI ScrE Th gibred lan China bQarsi ligible to stration ajrcii7t5O to SlO LUT1BURN- SPinasiiDr ss GoodeWhite LacesandlJbr iaeries foc1osequtat ffrst 4 coetatMansflelds 4t0u Cifl bilieVa1ter A oodmowiig iac1iine for 38I Si fitaDi 1nnes arc tfojftn the trusfc rom nqy on Iwi11se1Lxcad- on on hard Come in Mrs KatoWi11IaniLonic Nothipgsi bet I rEi bqpedt Jeer LonicI wilt4lLavOaae vCbntaining four Oozeh bottles ati3 25 jerlcase arirIJr qRBENE- e43pcootLKeepcoo1je lr s If yon1 ntkeepcciol ga to McEo- yhuItztBthigerator Witro- OIeTLELJce43rearn Preezer e bave4the chest j aeMkidnine iromEebanbn thp1aceWvtres tedina victory1 for ihe Springfield teaoff the sdpre of orYto5 I JT J a e iJ J jDontsweaC over hot suds thi tweather use Peaiin Am- al Y asHng fluid and cold water TVith better sulIsJuM- e ito tj triax FuUdirecion- everybottle v 1ASprings neighborhood canic tip wn ydster ay and were naarried thappunfcy iGJeris office before a select audience Rev G Str iQkla idji perfprmedt the ceremoniviw Ll44rJrjntcjv I Martinbasbeen- q appQinted carrier onruraTTbutei IF tchnrthX Wcaricy left byl elgnat1Qn i l5Tof JrftiJVThoinp- n Tjlr werghtiappli nts for 1Ue poshiOn naMj Janfs Jiy i ige at tne com titive examination asl 981 r F MfJ i RujanMissi id izeri twctypunpepple l of- eWetth4 reiidorth e9ti 3lcrJayandaftercfutalnng om 9n QIer17looker were larrJe9 b vlr D Ward4at- e Methodist parson g TJe- rootn9 a 3ohn- od Ell0fNrUiYq f As he sn t6f1 udg- JII1 l El1Q1 was killed Iin- ariouountr Friday byhi- rotherif i r1 Pey riht- layn jsagj qqt4JU t ov throat and vbatigfttith a knife airdKe ved but a ghort yvfr Ji jBriglt1 who is about sixty yeais old rronded and was placed in jail atLebanoa t TIeip wfll biir e enitt1- ent andlecturgpnvMaccabeeismr ttkChristianchurcb Willis hiir vKysi Saturday eveiiin- gjo5Othat qf MF E1kiist Jfte rpJI coa T M wllJ99- t s2t and delivertho lectuie Harrp burg Degree Team also be presentin ullg- a Everybody cbrdiallyjnyited JisippGiorgcrWC1intjn A DuTiP ached IftTobi soil hiap lNpDday night Ida large- id4appreiajyo audience Ee dlsCirs Jl n Obedience His n urnentrw abond4thfongFtdisplayed udh researcfldffthOJ hIt4nh1i prcye thustrations Seve JUt peoplworeresen- ioJlorp xereexCongiiss n CoJ John WLwis aid1 tus1eWAt Waters fill t bs old daugh Of r q H1 Hugbstilei I IteJi SjndaytiBijifhtf Jifter rilineesoIjalj tleningitb The 1niera1sryjce erebeJa- at3 l tiN Methodist church or- iruesdY P conduct e3 bysKey TOPICS i Pratber and Ward The little on was the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Stiles and the sympa ihy6f their many friends goes out toliheV in their sad bereave melat MW G Bdbiit an old and re ptctsi citizen of the Booker neighborhood died after a short morningMmer and a good citizen who en joyed We resoectof all who knew him1He was aboutSo years of age and leayes severali grown Children among whom are Messrs Ed and Eichard Boblit of Spridgfleld The anntial commen cement ex4 ercises at St Catherines which took place yesterday attracted the usuall large crowd and the program as carried out was pro nounced 6ne of the best ever glveniafettiajt popular iidstifrbtion The gaduatezfour in number are Miss Edith Price of this place Miss Hundley of Stanford MissWebb of Chicago and Miss Norton of Louisville Miss Price received the valedictory and Miss Webb the salutatory Tho progrand was mterspered with musical selection by pupils and graduates and the exercises Were thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended Ailargo crowd turned out last Friday afternoon to witness the base ball game between tha home team and the Nebraska Indians The game was too one sdea toi atany time assume the prop- ortlLf a contest but was inter es fti Thalndians are a good lotofiball players and put up a good meat all times The star players of the aggregation however are white mep there being qhly live ItVdians on the team Tjha game resulted in the overjwhelniingdefeat of Spring tfieldjy ttfescore of 38 to 8 The local teamlacks practice and are icnoshapetb tackle a team like the1iaiitci3 really one ot tbebesirn the business s WfMEdw rls Dead Mh Wiliiiin M Edwards one QfJl1e ccountys best citizens died at his home two miles from Sp injgfielfl on last Wednesday nIgh afteta1 Jong illness of a complication of diseases Th- edeesed asvabout 63 years of agijjandjwas born and reared in Washington county He was never married jmd lived with a sister on a small farm rear town He was an1 upright and honorable man and none stood higher in the estimation of his neigh bjofsthanhew Shortly after the war broke ut M1 Edwards enlisted in the caUserbff f the Union and was 1Il1sWr din Company E Tenth Kentucky Infantry at Lebanon Nov 2KlMt He followed theCJ fortunes of that regiment of Iwhicti Col John M Harlan was rstcbmmander and who was afterwards succeeded by Cot W H Hays through three years of iharctcampiugniQg He was in tbelbattles of Chickamauga Mis sipn Ridge Jonesbbro and other fampus engagements On Dec 6i1804 Mr Edwards was mus red out of the army at Louis Ville and returned to Sprng ffel4noQepgaged jn La- rmingembef the Bevd Palmer ost GfAM and always took an interest in Jihe ajfairs ogJhjaiyrgamzatiQC He was a good Christian man and joined the Prcsbyterjali church du ing the war rhe4trunJt itt loot place at the SprinfleldPlbyteriin church on Piday morning last and was conducted byRev G A Strick Iland n 4 iS If Taken Upf ai i On county court daj in May strjpt 1iYe tQ3y place qn Perry weighingtget same by payingipr feed and this advertisement fiJ KNor-rJl Ik j Ip M DriYClLjO DUDU LtviHg at ajiiout of the way place Jremote from civilization- afatthlyiWoiteii driveato de- speratkjfn case of accident re- sultIlnaBurns Qut Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a uppjy bf B iCcrmIk elhe it- tb jsVburtb2c jtCJ HdbgrugatorKcu H H HORD DEN ISW OFFJCEnUEUiRT Vftrmanently locattdi SPRTNGiFIELD KY r ER SJf Mrs Nannidjsimms ism LouI jsville thisweelr iv dIMiss Salle Bosley of Lebanon was here Sundiy Mrs IPi Pqttus has returned t from a visit tp Garrard county Mrs M1tylfughes of Bloomr field visited relatives here tast weIr T 9 Mr Bert Blfiinfori of Louis ville spending the week with relatives here DrJ M Burton has returned from a visit o jhis old home at Kirksville Ky Miss Fee dokendolpher ofD Chaplin is the guest ot Mr and Mrs Vv F Grlssby this w ekr Miss M A Rice of Pittsburg who has been here for several weeks left Monday for Lebanon Mr and Mrs E E Hemp who visited the family of J I FrLGreene have returned to r yule Mrs W E Selecman is in Lebanon this iveek where she was called on accoJt of the severe illness of here grandchild Messrs Ben Johnson and J M Cooney of IJardstown passed tbrough Here Monday on an automobile en route to St Marys College j Mr and Mrs Robert Crume of Bardstown were here Tuesday to L attend the funeral of the little chird of Mr and Mrs Hugh Stiles Mrs Nancy Barber and Mrs Birtle of Bardstown were here the first of the week and attn ded the commencement at St Catherines Mrs Rherard Hundley of Stanford i here this week toj attend the commencement at St Catherine her dauahter being one of the graduates Mr William Mock formerly of this county h twho ha been an inmate of the Soldiers Homn in Indima f r sevra1years is here this week to visit relatlv s1Senator Byron Price Artt enIdeavorlDcapitalists in Pt rae land down in his state which offors great prospects for inVstor Excursion t t rates are offered to the pointd to all who desire to land indvesti ato f Miss Annie Muratta has gone to Lexington Va to witness the graduation of her npphew IIandsuccessfully passed all examioa 1 tions add secured his degree fort t the four year tdrm in three years a feat rarely accomplished Ik IIandCaicame in last week for atvisit to relatives in the county Dr Rinehart has been very sue cessfnlin the far West and hes- a good practice His health health however ha not been good He saysTtnaithe balance f i of the Kentucky colony are alld doingweJLai I CoLbJlhnGrnndy returned Saturday night from an extended trip to Kansajl CotMcElroi J J ponied by Miss Annie MiDowelt acd Ermelt McElroy offKansaar City went on atrip 10 Cola adq Spring and Pikes Peak They r were in Kansas City during thE big flood and were delayed in returning bome for several days on account of the high water f REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF4CHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SJPRINGPIELD KV At SprIngfield In the State of RenJ tacky at the close of business TuneJJ 1903 i J NO 1707 iliJ nESO cm Loans and Discounts 19084866 i Overdrafts secured and unesecured US Bonds to secure ole 3593801 t cnlation 1jOOOoo d Banking house furniture 560000Merchandise t ue from National Banks ft 352Dne1Due 246353 ed agents 1978604 i Notes of otber National t banks 510OQ Fractional peper currency nlckles and cents 8811 LwEut MirEv RESItRVE IN BANK viz pecie 8565820 1I56820ReTreasurer 5 per cent of circnlation 260000 Total 29309125- T T =TIBCapital stock paid in 9 5000000 1500000Undividedl 8Nationalstanding 50OOOCO Due to other National banks 375123 1 Due andBankers 179352 subjecttol 13322285 Time certificates of deposit 3369620 l labilities other than those above stated f 46557 l Total S29309125 J or KKNTPCKT COCSTT or WAS sa I A C JJcElroy Cashier of the above s named bank do solemhly swear that the f above statement Is truo to the boat of my knowledge and belief S I A C McEhov CashEr Subscribed and swor to before inca 1903llSotllwl111N Co Ky Attest fJOHNc H QRUNDY 1 WANTED t We would like to ask through f ih columns of your paper if I tnere is any person who has j uspd virncns August lower for the cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia aud Lver Troubles that has not been cured and we also II mean their issults such as sour jstomach fermentation of food j habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia ieadaches desponj eit feehogs sleeplessness in j fact any trouble connected with the stomach Br liver This j medicine has beqffsbSdJor many years in all civilized couiitr4ej iid we wish to correspond witbt ou and send you one of our books free of cost If you never c tried August Flower try a 25t ent bottle first We have never i flnownsomething more serious is the matter with yqu Tbe2ij cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents j At all drurgist G G Green Woodbury N j C J Haydon Do you get up iti the morning with a pain in your bncjc Are restless in your sleep Do you have to rise the night dpyoa feel careworn ud duIiuolifeorencrgy If so you should lose no time in procuring Gayu l u It just the remedy you needs and one that will give you relief Sold by Wood CampbelIt rrtjibtli tiliiliIiitii tJ iili iwitiiii i Iii iA iiliijji YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT i1We Have The Latest Fixings fE ForTheSummerOirl Such as Dainty and Breezy Fans SWell Parasols si New Ideas in Slippers and Oxfords 3 Perfect itting Lawn Lace and Silk Slirt Waists i3 Beautiful Muslin Underwear Shjeer Organdies India Linons French Lawns and Batistes Choice Laces and Embroideries Novel Neck Beads Waist Sets and FaaGhaini a Correct Corsets Hosiery and Gloves i1i ompadoi rand Side Gombs Rod Pinsin sheel amber f 3k If3SPEcIAL 100 Pie s SPECIAL = 20 Pieties 12f LACE25jeces 8J f wmOd j Jorio50 txd 6OBNTSsExtraValue 5 1 I ROBERTSON BROS SpriDgfleld Ky f- 1 WBiB MtB1SB8iWl f e if I Town Ordinances ThaBoarJof Trustees of the Town of Springfield kyt do or dam as follows Thatall of the therbeen successfully vaccinated within the last seven years are hereby required to be vaccinated t at oneand uppji complaint of any member of the town or ccuntv Board of Healh to the effect that anyone living within said town limits refuses to be vaccinated shall upon cpnvic jtion be fined lifit less Jhao 1 nor coufinedinthebounty ior mOre than 30 days or both n the discretion of the court or pry trying the case This ordinance shalf go iinto ffect at once This June 13 1903 t W L McOLELLAND Ohm t l L ClerkLthettown of Springfield Ky da or tunas follows That it shall ftb unlawful fdr any person oS prow or place any garbage of by kmJ or paper cans cab f liiUge or anything that Wi11de i day upon the streets or alleys or m the branch or creek known as Road Run in the town limits of paid town shall upon conviction be fined not less tban2 nor more than 10 iqtoffectThis June 13 1903 WL MCCLELLAND Chm c G a WHAETON Clerk DRESS HINTS Dont wear pink and scarlet if the aIr Is frankly red Green and yrlilto arc the colors f Dont Indulge lu too many lowers feathers and flrirca if you possess much eight weIght and color Dont always wear red If you are a brunette or think blue the only color or blonds neverse the order Dont wear Black mauve orgreen if 1e hair is black and the complexion gwarthy Yellow scarlet and pink should be chosen Dont count that time lost which is pent in studying the effects of hal onlons colors Color is of prime im portance in dress Dont hesitate W sacrifice a biinn- d shut your eyes to hats that refdreams if you want to make a pleas ing picture of yourself Dont wear a hat that tOp closely follows the outline of the jfoce Is round and plump It suggesthtt the framing of the full mooD Dont choose delicate shades of pink vender and blue except adeep navy blue It the eyes are blue1 the hair dark brown and the complexion not clenrE change 1 Wgis Heeled Shoeu Women who perslstin wearing high Ibceled slides are doing thcmsclvca a great injury From the physical standpoint the harm done la In con istant evidence In the first place the muscles of the heel are strained and then the whole body la thrown out of balance The weight bf the body is not distributed properly This results Iin the abdomen being tilted forward that the muscles are afralnedin fi manner that indirectly impairs the general health of the entire system A constant nervous strain comes from thla throwing the body out of proper l position for all women try to keep their equilibrium and tho struggle be l ween nature and the abnormal shoes inclination Is disastrous Then a w- pmutriybrs high heeled shoes cah not walk anyNglstanse Lack of excc crUse is a xesult and the health elves anOther injury tCrsot11e c act that a hlgb7heera Joe cripples tfie foot Is obvious faut Peffcrt upon i general health Is aloes sbriou than rroany imagine Dr Cyrus BWO in I New York World Clrl KB Sewlar In spite bf tho advent of the sewlnjj machine we ought still to teach our little girls to sew Everyday the Utile one should devote a short time to the use of the needle At first no doubt It may bo considered a trial until the pressure of a skillful handling of the needle can bO c1tDut maynot the training of character also be going op while the llttlejlngert patiently work at over and over that will notllot k even or heuimlug that seems so end leas J Those poor little fingers will be often pierced Tears perhaps will W hed when imperfect work is picked out but It with tho effort such quail ies as attention and accuracy are de eloped together with those good old virtues of lifelong need patlencean1f perseverance is not the result well worth tbd dally discipline Jn due time there will come too the Joy which work well nebrfngB tothe worker as a reward for pur painstak ing little women BO YOU GET UF WITHAIAME6ACK7 C i fKloney Trouble Hakes Yoa Miserable t everybody who reads the newt sure to know off the wonderful 1Almos f 1kKflmer3SwaznRoot IIlthe great kidney liver and bladder remedy t creatmecUC 1 8Mteenth century dls 1LI covered after years of byIXB eml c aent kidney and blad der specialist and ls Olameri 1riotblesform of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwmpKeot Ut net r jHnmended for everything but if you have kid jney liver or bladder trouble It will be fo n4 IJnsI practice among the helplssstoo poor to par hase relief and has proved so succ4Mfvtlini jevetycaHthata special anangement tsbeen made by which all readers rthis pIopIt Who havenot already tried If may have a Hoktelllnrmoret I trndoutlf you have Id arbleddrtrotabis- When writing menUonreaQlnrt this geous offer m this paper and aend your address to JDr rat CoBing jharnton N Y The 4riutar Jtftycentrtdwo P1toa jpji l YOUR LARDER ItI I RDMi i 1 iM AYES eOENER GROCEIIYj tJ11i fl Thats the best way tooesure ofge irl3tSthebest of everythings promptly delw f 43 ered at money saving prices hf Fresh Vegetables Telephone your orders J sI t IE MAY JRTI PMON 57p= n51 i JUNE fw1 i I GLERNGE 8SALEIAl OverstockediI- Light lItk We are Dress Goods Mc I izea ixiords MuslinsM ses c For the next tMrtj days we wIll make sweeping reductions hii pricey V oIouLia V entire Sprmg and Summer Stock H Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5 7 and ItJc W Mercerized Oxfords 20 25 and 35c 4 Printed Batiste 10 12 Iand I5 5 f 4 Printed Dimities Batistes and wisMfi t at i pfBlackline Imported Oxford WaisitingI to75c JJI iit liz Embroidered Oxfords awl SilfcQmg hams and Silk Madras at qrt1y REDUCED PRICES Speciali l prices Qn Ladies Misses andi Childrens Slippers + Ladies Vests at 5 JO 15 and 25c i Ladles Stock Collars 25 arid SOC Ladies fine Lace Stripe Hose 25c C Ladies Silk and Lisle Glovesand Mitts Men Lisle and Balbriggin lJndervteat- Mehswhit f and colored NeflligetfShirtSi Mens Full Dress White Shirts Metrts Suspenders and Beltsi ll 4 Y GL0THINailWe are overstocked in Clothing a in order io reduce our stock we are t Offering our entire stock of Men 41 Youths and Childrens Suits arid Mensqv Co4tS and Pants and Qoat and Vests at lower prices than ever made inthif market Call anA get prices Ii 1 WMJL PAPER ftND CARPET r i W4ave some especially ffQ 4 things in Carpets Wall Paperandl p ft WExWe cordially you tovist ur Store and you can fe ai1red We can save you money N t Vours Very Respectfully dunuillghaffl- l DuuoauI JOIM S MoELROY GENERAL INSttCEI i Fire Life and Torn i FFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK 1 a 4 During tiiabsncfrom offKSAP jyor George Neikif te will atand to anybuJbSs for me b yer O bw most remtrkibki tonic i 1des for all who live iff rn alarthiSMi1ri 1 and tricts A meverfaiirng remedy for ue 0yi g all Tn lariat diseases ISS IIRIC p i 1 T r i ITT Tr isvv T LL1 i 1 rl r n hIT tou letter Tis Fderatt Gorerntnen b iY eO jyo1yea iitwcensUft Eseh Fyib PoS c3ad1 MoW JM W a toNsnt import Mi or k s gttiTdj ignifi p i tTbedfIIctiocfacekt1t1tbC ltiis feared wlft LpOXiIIIaW 75000 hiVt W dutoovirtd and the itt i 7Deprtlnt iis inv sti a 4i nkHiS smuggling o iY wfckk Jtjif believed will ra- friMiiNs of Upward of 175 1 tFt fliPsio ioe scandal still fur ik4terrl for many senia piMkt4bpHc3be anclyetmanYI M IMV IMV to IHS i Miifi in order to avoid liabill Wl sisi tht they con f jwil fcrorihiifon only toS jiMMM tibar with the inside mkhMlnof jf erJlIl nt depart Auil At TH 1SICit the reof i fi tifUdii is turned on H J CosMential clerkt o tPvi4uer Gaesral promot r rfTtno miming and other JImrp ilSiiW ofc ooe of which acE i or1I1Jwr indictment ittMpilrJtisPtuidenlI JliiMfiy claimed that Rand JKSM all akwr acted asspor S MciM crowd and has kept j M lition 4 ofall that took JosiaKi Payjiea oficc The ir P r=i sst has takehand II ife idtkaM baft jske1 Payne c lafriirpifii itejcteQfibn of Rand Me ppwut position Fourth J W jrtaster Generall 4tIN working un4eYs rious E4yuge for the reaaon lbit 4 t WaRictOft newspaper fu trlaJB frauds In the i lr i rinlast winter the rpdsr General and others issuds in stopping tbeex pssi Msix wraths and the fc4ors lkapalarge1ysuc 4J iIa co frl c their trades JftiiJ JatllGenelal stilll i sses the reprt of Bristovr iihawiaytbe ooMition of affair iiiiha aaWngton Poetoffice and liljjpiiii focser First Assistant PaMIrI t GtMMl Perry Heath IaiijbiMi li 1itna meanwhile HMtMi is Making preparations ioc air intensive trip in the- o t inVTijgat QtiaHd the pr babiI- itthsttswilI be some morgan Lb jia that department the gr KiiiittigreitU 1i manifested in tb bairman of the congression l DdvprodL There is little doub I hatthat Senator Penrose Pa1Jhrani r yill succeed Sena tOt1ffaaoii as chairman of the 8tp4p coTBMitict and ho 181 rE iia Washington lamiliafiz tIiC iLltlltb worktops j iflf ifc gpart enfc Speakerto ae jjpOO isj considering the inriiBt very seriously Whom hcrill apjKtntvi as chairman o t iwfftettM committed iSf1S yet e terLitedbut Bepresenta tiy lio teHeof Illinois is bei-ngJiMli Several of thi 0 Htulur jMtttberari f otheHIase OQmtutoiiAfi chairman of o her g mirttcc and it is not bhoVed j tl wjllcatv to exchange then ferJte po tpMcc committee frftemor Wiley Vborax eaiing luiipitfa ra to be givun a two MMHM vacation from their diet ol fciraxaiidL prmaldehydiB The juafeg JMH are overjoyed at the pcoifNK5t bat there is a curious T Mii aligned fer the granting ofllkir itioqfora rest I t apjKMUs that Dr Wiley has been wtiifbing his patients each day 2 ir Asfca hepltfiy woman N what sUe would ier health kfrt8iIdc would tdl WwIitIut the choiceSt SSJirnids in the weald it ewOd ot bay iL Wbat t1 te for diamond rings to nplMUMHT the shrunken Mtm or iMrrings to ligh t 1Ip die dNL koliowed I r Hfrfth the feat nqaiaife ixiHMilyluppiatai General Cdie MHMM of ike delicate TJed11rc8totcd Tte icmarkabte benefits ex griiBLiil froM the Bse of Dr PiweeV Favorite Frekriptkm perIcure wotaamly riiiMm 5It rt blitfiM refularity drie eeiIdI1 inRaii p aRWtIt t t1a sinfardtSthe ws iii j 4FJMIIIe- J t illll Ekit yotb tMe 4srwid Jilt ft == SSus t Isay I Meawe rtkft sd i 4 gM e a iScu Ater M dur ueiJ id Gt tdad a Iup aaw po ai atsd I b gas iMs ja uk- TMPgitsPrertsLMnI ul weak w S1 Mi LtWOi q we1lcccept no Mbstiirti for toe medicine wHch wocksKTOC den far we T Mrs FiUnT3thI tt r IVt C rtrTCteb eaaea After ny rtb ky wM bi I Jat- KM wysth aMIIVglt- WICdecteraveeatiiicck he MW- en4very IM kvka el g better I woWr vary day MJ- wIervk hand biffed thk I Ufcc WiMer 6rdand m what wwdd 401r aw IMUIwhesMdkiMMdw very aMnl wltHy tr ast aad h Wj sUwry rtanOa fa two WMkil eat UM aad la a meatik I kto take niH ala Eiu law viiySIthVl c Ia yicLcarduireinfoeaThorgan3 of generation for the ordeal be prep tancyandchildbirtb ItpreveEtamia carriage No woman who takesWtne of CaKfai needfear the comiBf of bar child If Un Unrath lad taken Wine of Cardui before her babycam e she wo ld not have beenweakenedu ska wu Hrapid recovery skkl coEinieni this great remedy to STerr expefitaat aothir Wine of CatTegabtea the o aiftrual low IIE ofCARJlllL Suddenly the ward weather came oh and several of the oung men took the Jliberty of gattibie their hair cut short They did not do this on scfentitie princi pies however and never thoughtt to obave the hair saved andl lweigheds that Dr Wileys figures lire all uf sell and jtls claimed he told them to take Iany kind of a vacation theyr pleased as he was disgasjled wit them A F moB PndtUaff if There lis no other pudding on earth owl lcb o much h nor 1StJwclnJ tJe huge beefsteak pudding served op dally nt the most famous tavern in- London Ye Olde Cheshire CheeseiD Fleet street This pudding has been served up every day without break lorhaearly 290 years darrick Goldsmith aniIIDr Johnson used to enjoy ft Every great writer in England makes a point of eating it today It is inseparably aturetpudding Is cooked there 18ni solemn procession The proprietor of the tavern bearing the pudding on n big dish goes first foliowed by the cooks the waiters and the entire staff They bear the pud ding all around the tavern the cus tomers doing homage to it Then and not till then It may be cut up and eaten tI4 tVliT Gold Ii Rare Why lsgpid so rare Simply because taSltbfIridluni Itemember that at the beginning the earth was iaybjody of gas By liquIdL11nslSaverproportion to the whpte bulk thanisithe shell of nn egg yrouldlie a fluid but for thti fact that it is held together iy tre jnendous pressure Katurallyr in the course of its formation about a center ParttcleIthat center dIngIy Troflndthat 1the earth as a wholel weighs five times ck8land a half times as heavy as water The Pour Lettered News ot God It not SSIngllslngular at least dbeIlPeUe41lwltbfourIettersin ereryeknown language In Latin It is Dens Greek Zeus Hebrew Adon Syrian Adad Arabian Jaila Persian Syra oriIndianEsgorZenlt Japanese Zulu TiifkLBh Addi Scand iit vlanV Odin With 1i1an Zenc Croa tian Doga Dalmatian Rogt Tyrrjfe alan vEher Etrurian Chur Margafion Oese Swedish Codd Irish Dlcli German Gott French DJeu jgpanteh Dios Peruvian Wan A SeaIkia CJaY 1I The Eskimos possessed the most ro jnarkable place spf worship In the world It was a sealskin church Forty sealskins tfere stretched over a light ffamsworki and In this tent 18 ljy i2leetaerrtcHwebeJ4evel Sunday But the church came to nn untimely end One hard winter the Esk1tn sogs being half famished dined on the sealskins and only the frame was left The Eskimos have now erected n dog proof tabernacle IPUe Offices For Sale In England in the time ot George II If you wanted a place under the gov Thesumlf5OQwoUldgety u laCOmfqrtable berth In the vlrtnaljng offlceV for In stance where the perquisites pickings and bribes for contracts made taservice worth having Members of parliament who had the privilege of franking letters sometimes sold the right for 1300 a year ITlieTjovrtJA Boston trolley car was Jtaking on n loud of women and the conductor tno tlcatiy urged his gentle pLsillgvjs move up buns usual hIs bijucitn were not obeyed Now wove up ia dies please do move upi he cried Xo one stirred rih IricU I say ladles move upl The motprnianls a great deal jjitter looking jnan flnninm The ladles swept forward enmaS- secaI The 10000000 inhabitants of Cauca otting to Russian statistics only 2500000 are Russians 1000000 are Armenians 4 00000 Tartars and iBeorgians while the rest are prlftclfally bam edan tribes It is asserted that there reJ JMarty different languages and dialects eJJJJlCGCa5faj iyLDbrU4aut arid ajrtrkliBg CrlinsoubeakThosa are her exact wbrdaV t was hp doing ct the timeT Oly she JTI furnishing the eoaye- rssUO19kcTs ftf CAFUYIE ANb EMERSON So ErUeacc That Either Erer Serl eaal5tal1t CkrLtianlty The grave charge Is to be brought agtilnst both Carlyle end Emerson that while they were the product of Chris tian civilization and drew the sub stance of their message from the rfr llgldns faith of their people there Is ho evidence that cither ever seriously sttodied Christlnnlty The greatest phenomenon In jiuman history engages but lightly the attention or the rntbu slum of either oor does either fathom the need of the hunianjty that has risen on the strength of the gospel of Christ It was the dim perception of Ithis fact that led lx rd Jeffrey to re mnrktto Carlyle that he went about us It lIe were to found n new religion No one bad done anything for mans soul until he cmeOnec4b hardly read tbeccorrespondence Carlyle and Emerson without the feeling of their excessive conscQuenUaincss in the presence of the immense historic achievement ot spiritual genius In the presence of the spirit the teaching and the Influence of Jesus 1jothWerecs sentially modest men and yet they lived in the sense of a uniqueness and art Importance which they do not pos sess They are both frequently oracu lar when uttering with literary distinc tion only the commonplace uoral w jdom of the Christian world tis a valid criticism up Carlyle and Emerson that they failed to recognize the rod whence they were hewn and that they did not exhaust tile quarry that they were oblivious of the pit whence theYwere digged and that the precious metal remained after they were taken 0utln boundless abundance Rev George A Gordon D D In Atlantic The Black Death In England In England the black death in the fourteenth century made its first apj pa an ace In Dorsetshire and quickly Bpfeadlng over the west It reached Lon don by way of Oxford leaving death and desolation behind it everywhere It was as fatal In the country as In the town Whole villages werodepopulat cd and small towns almost wiped out of existence The dead lay unburied as they had dledt for priests had been swept away with their flocks and in many parishes there was no one left to celebrate mass wfiile every trade and craft was suspended in the universal terror and suspense To add to the horror of the times bands of marauders roamed about un molested robbing aliko the dead and the living and dogs deprived of their masters by death came together in picks madq ferocious by hunger and scoured the country like so many bands of wolves Boresare of two kinds gimlets and n ug The self yourtheAtlanta JournaL rt AT when Point how years at the famous school them Mo of and Cure and Me It has been five since I was cured of heart trouble our Heart anti Nary ine and am just dsoundas dollar in that organ today for several years I had short sharp pains about the heart with fluttering would mak- eaefeei fJtntand rhe excitement mental worry would me I felt that the trouble was worse all the time and many remedies by without obtaining relief I was induced to rive your were and never There lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the lungs become affected the may be those of nerves as ftfelinjr the p1tintti cacily and apt to worry without taute If you the least suspicion that r IAll druggists suUand guarantee first bot Miles Remedies iJend for free book 1Lr The Cereal for- amy larmera awr Eatintf Fore Ullanks for Force I eat It three times day Folks call mo Sonny Jim Took iomo to the with me on rittand tho farmers out there eating Force now VInLBujrrr W11 Tne Ianncca or future eat and moment in th annnls of the worldis the triumph of some enthusiasm Tic tories of the Arabs after Mohammed who in n few years from a small and mean beginning established a larger empire hcjn that of Rome Is nn os rimple Brit there will dawn era long on our plftic on our modes of living a nobler morning than that Arabian faith in thp sentiment of love This Is the ono for till Ills the panacea of nature We must bo lovers and at ouco hd be comes possible Our ago anti history for these thousand years have not been the history of kindness but of selfish ness Our distrust Is expensive The money we spend for courts and Is ill laid out We make by thief and burglar and Incendiary and by our court and we keep him so An of the sentiment of JJove throughout ChrIsten- dom for n season would bring the felon nd the outcast to onr side In tears with tLC of his focalUos to jur servlccEmaIlonNotatIe Mrs Yes is always ready to give advice There are exceptions Are there Yes doctorsf and lawyers A Ii- iTF IEIfI N J 1 p CHILDREN BEFORE AND AFTER A YEAR THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOLIThe upper picture shows how these Eskimo children looked they arrived at the Indian school from Port Clarence and Barrow The lower cut shows a sojourn improved In appearance Worry Almost Unnerved Heart Pains Short Breath Languid DrMilesH art Nervine Cured years by Cure a JJrcatblnthadtometimes accompanied languid least or ahnostunnerve growing alter trylrfr prescribed physicians seconrldaysymptoms removed have WOKmanyafnptomsofhebrtdiseas coimonstomathjddneys liveror Again symptoms wcakned tired sieeplessnesvUmldity have umptomandLe 4aydelayt AddressPrMsles rorceeadrtOSene ready emergency J country Every pi The remedy impossible very prisons dlstrusfthe jail acceptance BIdoDumper everybody Blobbuuper r ESKIMO TAKING Carlisle Faint excilible commanding devotion I Iaili a Relative T rtn Pain ftU In tho human subject Is purely a relative term It exprcsseaa very real Bonsntlon but It does not press its flpjjrce Anti so fur as man kind Is concerned the sense of pain In feltIferj largely lndrel upon two greatt fact0rs The first of theta li chI lization and the second factor Is tthat of pducatljbn London Magazu0 Styles ot Architecture In thcl architecture the Moresque Strove foif the negation of the weight aaltogether till Egyptian placed the weight firmly on the ground the Greek lifted It up In the air with an assertion of graceful power the Roman confused Hveight and support the Byzantine represented weight witho- utunrti9e Jloor suggested that there no Ayelght ut all Pickled Statues The marbles In Westminster palace nre treatedt ton baths ono a year They are lirst sponged off with water und then pickled This plcklecon sts of a solution df soft soap ndJsul phur which remoVes the Incrustations due to the smoke Jaden atmosphere and Is said to do the marble no hlnn No FcuiIlUrttc I suppose you arts fauUiiar with John Ruskin Mirs Tootles lijdeedllnn noU I never alloW PtMrCItyJourual The fellqw who sits down and waits for isis rlcir relations to dip must con sides that they are worth their waitttlal IIl Ib s JiM Dumps found Mrs Dumps distresses About aaunexpeetedgues- tuTheresnothisgiathela un to eati Theres something better earth n meat f The guest endorsed lIm4 view with vimSWhen helpejto Force by lgunny Jim t r t C4OeO OK O OO OOGO OO JWITH 7JyEpci W Sargent P v l Copurfghtb bit T C JIcOurtlt As all Bra seome had decided that Charles Schertnerhoru was the fit ind proper mate for Mabel Howard that independent young woman properly decided to transfer her somewhat un settled affections to Frank CaswclL Bruuscoinc fours pointed out that Schcrmerhorn had been her girlhoods sweetheart was now well to do and their union would crown a very prtty rOnnc tically a newcomer in the village hay ing undo his advent two years before when Branscoino arrived at the digni ty of supporting a natlopal blink The directors had brought him up from Ithc city to act nsi receiving teller and to teach the Branscomo boys how to con duct abnpbi He had proceeded to make lliniBeli generally liked and the only thing thai could be urged agai nst him was that his very evident fqiad uess for Mabel Howard threatened to destroy ft llrdiiscomo romance Oddly enough das ell and Sclicr mcrhprn were the closest of frleijds Despite dire predictions of personalen counters nothing marred the cours ot their friendship and Schoriucrblarn consitntlonCaswell half sister who kept bokise- for him So matters stood when Anabel Me HnlloweenI come the richest woman in thgMllajje Much glen to novel reading Miss An abet had never married fearful tjat each suitor was seeking her fortune rather than her hand At fortyt o she was still a single and by no nienns unattractive woman with a kindly heart and a head filled with romantic suns nysnso TUB tris fancies It was ow her delight to make the alTuirs of others her own and this Halloween party was given for the express ptrpc of setting matters straight botwecn Schcrmerhorn and Mabel Howard Well versed hi the superstitious lore of love she decided that vltlJo little assistance Cupid might yet achieve a victory and bring the pair tOgether Among the tests for the evening Miss Howard had decided upon that of naming candles Dlffereut names would be glen several wax tuper the kntttbeused Unytnx topers homemade aUd by giving oucrrtwice as thick n wick at the other slu argued that one would burn twice as rapidly anti thus pro pared In a fever of anticipation she awaited the coming of her guests There were the usual tests of sus pended apples floating apples popj lng chestnuts anti mirrors Finally with great glee idles Auabel brought out tIle two tapprs tqltues n lest for Mabel Howard abe nnndunccd Ingenuously tot as mistress of Iceremduy she hod seen to It that Mnljel lhnd taken no prowl nent part in the earlier teals 1fblStt she said as ishe placed the candle on vtfeft table f shaU nmrno Chnricy anil this proddfjing tho brtQ wlti the quicker lckwc11 suppostfvyejfnanie it Frank Mabel blushed redly nttb1stcry pplhtetl allusion and as though she would butstnrtmup Caswell laid a upon her arm Dont he whispered She means well and to leave now would dnly jBervc to make a bad matter very much ivorse ainbcl sanlt bacUin her seat buj proently rtll wife crowded nfoiiud thij table where the two caudles vcre burnIng lrlglitly CnswcII svqif Mt superstition but the plrlt of thfliour mos uvoi uttn niti lIe iiottI ItlsOxtl itOatJ tat uis vcacfe was urnga- way much faster thanHitotkerirths- Anabell noted with pride the approach tag success of her expedlentr and her gentle heart throbbing she hovered over Jhp candles Caswdls candlel was within half nn Intabf the caJldlestlckhtIe fully two thebes of SchprHJerhorns renialiud Ruddeibiy a gnat orcold air 61ew In from a window that bad jig been raised and a moment later SMM one opened the door la the ball to ai mit a gust of Icy air and the aaflickered peril u8rVlt18lbrlet Miss Anabel rushed rtJ close the wls dow but uth heavy 11aSdrOPpCdt with a bangK ca cxeltcd clamor aroee at the table and tiis heard with cud den contractIon of th heart some one laughingly announce Caswell wins She made tier way to ilia table and there still burning brightly butaknoit consumed was cundla also tad named tor Vrnak vrhilni a tlm kiD = wick crovrned a full IccS otraithe other In an instant a baiel of talk arose and under cover of the excitement peer Miss Anabel stole over to tie window seat to get the better of her dlsan pointment S S C I quartet whose love stairs were ITbeshaking gossipy little Branscease to its very foundations walked bomneaiowl7 Jn the crisp autumn mopnllgbt Cu well bent fondly abo e Mabels 4rtf Ing head I have a confession ta make be said It may not laaye been qmltt fair but when that draft ca e IsbteM cd my candlepMabel laughed nervously and bar uncertainI fair either but I dont want dear Ulsa AaabeJ marrying me on accprdiBf to ber yel low backed novels andrand Tljlejtot Charlies candle A deep chuckle interrupted their tou tual confessions Schennerhonis rick wholesome tones announced Let the gOod work go on When Isaw thinks were going against jon Fmnk I opened the wtadow nflplaf to blowout both candles and stop the nonsense entirely And I chimed In Grace Payne laughing well I opened the door to help on the draft It wpHldat do to let the Halloween sprites confirm the decision of Branscome ia pairing 1 off Poor Miss Anabel And I ueUftre sac did it all on BurposeT Never mind sold ScbennerborB cheerily She shall be bridesmaid er maid of honor or anything you girls like when the weddlngV conic off for really she brought matters ie a cli max And he patted Graces little bind snuggling against hIs great arm while Frank Caswell and MabeluUsaBpearciJ within the portals of theHon ward home Candr iIiFor tl Taterl- irs Smythe neve eats candy yet when she got ready to soto the theater she bought a box of mixed chocolates f Wily are you taklnsr that aleagf asked liar neighbor In the adjotalag flat who knew Mrs Smythes eaaat ural antipathy for sweeteieats For Mr Smythe to nibble aV WH the reply He will eat kilt a boxfull before the play Is opt How funnyrjulld the aelthbw I didnt know that ruin were given to eating candy In the theater That Just shows that yea dont go very often yourself reliefaU to make good use of your eyes while there Mrs Smythe retested Since Mr Smythe developed such an ppetlto for sweets I have been watckisgt ether men and I find that of the dailIes wbo go to time theater proVIded with a hex of candy the man eats three cheeelatea fto the womans one There Is a chance that that one sIded arrangefiieat It partly due to the womans fear etptt- lng her gloves soiled by digging late the candy box but I take it te jBcaB that men eat snore candy when in a theater than women do slasplybecaaa1 they JIke It better New York TUM Ochlltr e7 WU On the day of GroTerCievelaada firsi Inauguration 10 Washington Tbeaus I Ocblitrce took a Cbtept the capital The driver was drunk and the horse ran away Tom was thrown out and so severely Injured that he was on crutches for more than a lut He sued the Pennsylvania Rajlroad cwa puny which owned thecsb for S20MQ damages His friends jjocularly toileted that be would cling do those crutches until tbe suit was decided Meanwhile he went to a Clover club dlaaer Ja toIcrutches In sight As soon as be atter cd tile words Mr Presideat Mr Postlethwnlte of the Pennsylvania rail road one of the brightest fellows la the club sang out Colonel OchlJtree where are your crutches It was enough to floor most mea but To was equal to tUb emergency Quick at a flash enino thin answer Usder tb table air where you will be la a few minutes Mr Postlethwalte joined as hoartlly as anybody In the laugh tel lowing this knockdown blow Most pppple got wise In their grand rhlldrrnii jrrnenitlonNpw GritPreIL f Paines Celery CompoundCures DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION AND STOMACH TQ UclLEI The tortures end erSs of dppepihssJl indigestion are experienced by theaiaaji at this lime The dyspeptics tale of rnb lofttMp8dheadache distension the itaauch loss olj flesh difficult breathing and the action ol the heart kscriouily affected 1byThe use of this saamlotw KdM fl Vkj inflammation of tb iterm mm4aWm 04 stomaebi PPCW be KW6f M Aebedy and removes all waste natter H ciats lbs- makes new 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