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SaBdayt11 asbIag sysr7 school V5 y J a1iit7i p t S8Tw1n 1t 10 Lm prayer meeting evi ThmrHUiT vanf at 7 oclock k r Prtsral Orders4 MASOKic 1 ODGX Springfleid lodge 51 eet ucond Mouday in eac- hvukursiMlC 4etk y Q Chapter Nof5 sastTtry 1Of1daT ariBKie14 eocU So52 Meets yytesrtk3t dZY Xi uwuUJs KedlJ it WdnaY ReCJt b IYtj p u tf AMCMOAN tyl i 1 1 f tbcXr Ii 11 s tJ1JduulfrnsI1N n 1JlaT rjROUNDOFTLKa4l 4 iilMH MM When the fdf wed bAndParks and meadows plainly tell It te then that were rejoicing As J Plave comes on the seeme ABd gets busy with his sprinkler Till the grass again Is green 1 Vuen the fields where c3rpsregroW ing Have been blistered by the heat And tis feared that in the gardens Therell bVrota thats complete Ifll then that rural dwellers Smile and for good harvests plaB Arjr Play gets Into action With his mighty sprinkling canIThere i pertainly much pleasure Making town and strygaJ inhenAfter droBght has long held sway But tis abojdttj as certain Thatlthe too long remains Old 7 Plave well be denouncing Till be tops his tiresome raInstPittsbarg Cbrnlc1 Telegraph EVIS The recent decision i liof the Court of Appeals vblch practically declares in lid the issue of the Cumber land Ohio railroad bonds in Green county iirf quite a 1ega etoryfor Hon John W Lewis of this place who is counsel for G breenwhp Ins purgried the contest through several years of tbeI hardest kind of legal work TbeI decision saves to Green county abutI600JOOO which is the amountof the debt and interest Lewis argued the case Je ore the Conrt of Appeals several months ago and a decision hasI eenlooked for some time The people of Green county have bitterly opposed the payment of the railroad tax which they have held to be unjust and the thing ashung over the county like a pall for several years destroying property values and preventing the deyeloptnent of any enter prise The people are to be congratulated upon the decision anl it is hoped that the final endI has been reached in the fight inst the payment of an unfair Burden w I tr1EACHEUS INSTITUTE The j Washington County Teach ersJtestitute will beheld here during the week beginning July 6 tthhat is always interesting s ellas profitable to teachdrs and all others interested in the cause jof education and this years institute promises to bean especially instructive onEm Prof W L Barney of Carl e who conducted last years insii tulehas been engaged again Ihi year and an attractive program as been arranged ICT TRENDOUS Tbe loc- alJBoaro of health has begun to use strenuous methods against the further praad of smallpox The movement was a little late iin beginning but stUl it iis a gopdl thing that precautions ail eing Uken even now that an further preadot the contageon maiL be checked The health officers have encountered many obetiaclas too that are enough to trr their patience especially in dejiling wi h the colored popula tion among whom the disease so far Has been confined VA lot of these uptodate colered inhabi tants appear to have taken up the idea that it is a disgrace to be vaccinated and when called on by the health offices absoluteK ly refused to submit to the opera lion although told plainly of the law which makes it compulsory for all peiisbns to be vaccinated It became necessary to put seve ral rebellious spirits under art audI rhen tried in the po lice court were given a fine for their obstinacy The small pox that is going the rounds appea is to have solutelyno terrors for the average negro and they from all indications would rat rPut hem elves in the way of catching it than to take any pre cautions against doing M which wkec the matter a bard one to wldle y JDoxTheill1rallc e XJ coMpaiie have given 8prinAl 1JDVrwof fir in surance which it isI gratifying to relate represents a reduetiou of about 20 per cent over the pre cious rate It will be rem m ered that some months ago or after the installation of the- aterw works system in town when everybody was expecting a reduction that the insurance people pitched in and raised the ratsall over the townand in some localities putting it so high as to make it prohibitive Thee present reduction will be welcome by the property holders although they feel that it is really nothing more than they Jecrease in rates was altogether just ft TT EW BRiDGE The citizens eelof this county living in the neighborhood of the village of Maud as well as the people liv ing across Beech Fork in Nelson ate very much interested in them proposed building of the bridge across the river at that point The bridge committees of theLtwo counties met last week and received estimates from the representatives of a number of ridge companies relative to the c sosttimated that the bridge will cost between 6000 and 7000 which expense is to be equally divided between the two counties Nelson county is heartily in favor of the project and it is said that a special term of the Nelson Fiscal Court will be held soon to make the appropriation Tnere ali no question but what the bridge will benefit a large num- bert of citizens of both counties ai it will greatly increase the ifacilities for communicatiun A location has been selected seve ral hundred yards from the present ford on the Bloomfield pike This was dono in order to save evpense in building approaches tto the bridge The location willI also 06 convenient to travel over tthe road from Woodlawn CAUTION This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you onhIremedy universally kncwn and a remedy that bas bad the largest sale of any medicine in the world 1d since 1868 for be curp anl treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles viih out losing its great popularity all these yedrs you will thank toIi Bo cbeart German Syrup The haremedies m d b dug st others that are ciiea n yii for ligt cold turn b f r severe Coughs BM c CroupaDd especial fr Coir s mpo3 wtie e bHrMis d ftk It expectoration aidetr inn during thp n12htitd JirJ1there is nuthin like G rmhnl Syrup The 25 cent sz has just been introdueed hiyai Regular size 75 cents At fill druggists C J Havdon The Wheat Crop What will the harvest be is a question that is being asked this week Farmers generally think it will be very light and a num bor of them are telling doleful tales about the damage done iin the last few days by the rust On the other side of this question is Squire Quince Johnson He has been in a good many wheat fields and is very much eucour aged and thinks many farmers will be surprised when they come to thresh He says he has taken the trouble to find out how much binder twine has been sold and figures up 50000 pounds from Sonora Elizabetbtown and Hodgenville Glendale NolinI facts he bas gathered from ert This says Squire Johnson means if it is all used 400000 bushels of wheatwithin a radius of 12 miles of Elizabethtown which is more than an average crop ETown News I When you have Dr ClassesGerman pe etratlng Liniment inthe house JON tare a reliable article that you can depend on one that will do all that ia expected f a good liniment Bold by Womje13 f Lobanon Locals From The Falcon Lindsay Cleaver the boy who ffell from a tree in Court sqiarei a short tima ago fell walk in front of the Cleaver Hotel this morning and bent his arm and otherwise bruised him s felfMr BrTerhune has just finish ed putting in boilers and engine and otherwise improving his mills at Bradfordsville The new equipments cost in the neighborb hood of 2500 and makes hisa mill complete and up todate inr very respect Invitations have been leceived here announcing the marriage of Mr Joseph R Barnes to Miss asper Wheeler at Worthington Kyon June 24 Tia groom is a son ot Mrs J W Barnes and a brother of Mrs John W Grume and was reared in this city where te has a lartf circle of friends to wish him much future hppiness The Lebanon Base Ball Club lbas just signed Mr Burry as pitcher and are now hopeful of many victories during the sea son The new pitcher vas for erly a pit hcr in the Southern eague where he won many g ames and madea national repui tation He is now employed as head mechanic in the machine of Mr Charles Ferrt With this additionand the interest the boys ol the team are tak- ingi the people may hope to see some good games of ball this season The countys new traction en gine arrived yesterday It was rigged up for business at the depot in the afternoon and hitched on to the rock crusher and carried it to the quarry on the Bradfoidsville pike beyond the home of Mr A J Grunay where its first work will be done at once Quite a large number of people gathered to see it start off and the trip through the city was watched with interest by many citizens and followed by a fair sized procession This new machinery isof the latest im prorementi and if properly man aged will oe of great value to he county Mr Wm Clifton Penick agedI 34 years died at bis home in Greeusburg Saturday afte noon at 1 oclock He had beep in bad health fur some time and his biSjfamilybiSj Greensnurg and was reared in that lowc Hewas marrie to a Miss Hawaii ho with one child a b y savei years old curiv v s him For the pnst fifteen y a s h was rnilwHy all clrl on tdett If O ranch bt ctfn n e rind Grtteii buri ndun acciiiint of thi pIti ippui a po iiuz nff nc iu in th ci y hen o iiiad un reds of rent Ladies iiil Gbildlcn Invited All ladles and children who cutiuot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups cathartics etc are invted to try the famous Little Early Risers They are different from ill other pills They do not purge the system Even a double dose wijl not gripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy Pill W H Howell Houston Tex says nothing better can be used for constipation sick headache etc Bob Moore Lafayette lid says al othei s gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers do their work well artd easy Sold by C J Haydon No Hair My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed t then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my half stbpped fading at once Mrs G A McVay Alexandria O The trouble Is your hair does not have life enough Act promptly Saveyour hair Feed it with AyerY Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Ayers Hair Vigor will restore color every time tM tittle All 4tmb If your drnnrUt cannot tappl yet send us oe iolkr and we wlllcxyr you a bottiL Be sure and give the saif roar ZleINC exDTeu oSee AIIdreII J C AYEB LcIftU r1swss Demand tart Roads f- It 1 is doubtless true as an eX- change remarks that the greatU est blessing that comes with tile Free Rural Mail Delivery system is the improvements that arj consequently made in the publi roads of the country The polic establisijtrcegod roads has forced communft ties geueraliy to look to the improvement of roads in order ttlthe ftee routes White tthe free mail jgrebenefitfter the improvement in tne required is a benefit that j c thantatement has been made that itihiis impossible for any community tto iuvest money more wisely ihatf iin road improvement and it is ttrue The fact that a good road runs along tu front of a f mj wakes the farm mo e desirabe iin every way maker it more valuable osa home a 4 as J nnaucidl investment for is nOL huppines to ue paid or with 4 f l pultltbrouwhere and there is certainly no profit in hauling wheat cornI etc to marketJthiough a qua m lle Wneiher the free mail system has caused it or not the demand in Kentucky today is for better country roads and the county that fails to acquire them is gc iing to be counted out early in the game We must have them even if they do cost a little mone to get them Larue Co Herald That ThroinHeaaohe oWouldyou used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and Nervous fiHeadschespureHblood and build up your health oOnlynot cured Sold by C1J Hay don druggist fLessQif t Several wellknown Boyle ffinef acquiredi the habit of sucking eggs These canines were rapidly sucking their heads off Mr W L Cald well studied the question from a scientific standpoint and reached the conclusion that by inserting a hog ring in the dogs noset would break him of the naughty ways He tried it on his dogp and the result wali thoroughly satisf ctorr Mr Caldwell can place a basket of eggs before his dog now and he will no touch them Mr H od Worthingion tried the s me plan with equallv ias good results as a so di1 Vlr Richurd G ntry and a numHer iii ISniCwiysin the dn s nos exnctlv tlPP sitprom ihe how Danvillp AdvcKate JJI Do loft Enjoy What Yon sat If you dont your food doe not do you much good Kodot Dyspepsia Cure is the remedy that ercryone should take when there is anything wrong with the iiomach There is way to maintain the health anntstrength of mind aid body except by nourishment There in no way to nourish except througn the stomach The stomach mus be kept hcalthf tpurelet down and disease wilt set up iioJ appetite loss of strength nervousnesa headache constipation bed breath sour risings rUtng indigestion dya pepsia and all stomach troubles autquickly cured by Kodol Dyspepia Cure Sold by C J Haydonj jj Dont Want It The World publishes a dis patch from Princeton N jrquoting former President Clefre land as sa yinfIt is perfectly absurd to sup pose for an instant that I have publiclifef tained the ihbught since I leftt Washington more than six years ago The matter is as far fijom my thoughts as it was in J896j when all must admit it was pot sightshztve an I litmyt 0 rnypriyatethe utmost proprIety 101 nybodyh candidacy t I bav nefyer r 5 written to a single political friend one way or the other nor have I tobYthemp II Jleader oT any prominence en deavoring to advance any movement to anyStatevi esesuch effort 11 anyIany locality in the country ItI have on several w withinusuaUyfaUsbut there has not lurked within 5ne the hope of any reward save e conscijusnss of having ade an effort to assist in bring g about salutary conditions in the party Worst All EiiieiicsCan anything be worse than to feI t at evrv minute will be your itt Such Was the ejt perience of Mrs S H Newson Qpcatur Ala For threp ears she wrlie uIendured sufferable pain from indiges ti v1 s omach and howel trouble Deitb seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try IElectric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely re covered For Liver Kidney Stomach and 1Jorl troubles Electaic Bitters iis the only me ic pineceed by c J Haydon druggist tGives Up Journalism- Mr lEmmett G Logan for many years tbe brilliant editor f the Louisville Times has severed his connection with thatt paper and settled upon a magni ficent farm in Warren county on tho banks ot Barren river about ve miles from Bowling Green is ambition has long been to wli a fine Kentucky farm andI iin the purchase he made he certainly secured it He signalized I his retirement from journalism and entry as an agriculturist by giving a big barbecue and fish fry Monday toa number of his old associates in newspaper work and invited guests inplud iing Gen J Franklin Bell One of the pleasant features of the occasion was the presentation to Mn Logan of a 500 watcb thegiffcof the Courier Journal and Times which he had served so ably and faithfully for the past quarter of a century Hon Henry Watterson made the presentation speech I have been troubled for sone time with Indigestion and our stomacc nays Mrs Sarah W Ouftis of I ee Mass and have been taklnp Chan berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not If you baye any trouble with tour stomach why pot take jhesc Tablets and get well For sale by Haydous drugstore Narrow Escape Jr Charles F Vajarsda who lives on a ffrm near this city met w th a narrow escape one day las week After hitch ing up his team he attempted to drive out of the lot but instead of going forward as he anticipated the horses commenced backing until they backed tbe wagon into the river In the tumult Mr Vanarsdall was from the wagon and un fortunately fell underneath one of the horses which also fell burying Mr Vanarsdale in five feet of water with a horse eo tangled in his harness upon him Fortunately a hired hand and his soninlaw Mr Thomas Hawkins came to his rescue in time to save him from meeting a hvrrible death from drowning The horse which fell upon Mr Vanarsdall died rom drowning while the other horse managed to break loose and swam thQ riyer pulliag the wagon behind him Mr Haw king swam the river and cut the horle loose from the wagon This is the third narrbw escape Mr Vanarsdall had from drown ingi Harrddsburg Herald 4 8cronsllsta 6 EO DeWitt iCotIs the name el thqfirm who miake the genulae WltcR Hazel Salve DeWitts Is the Witch Havl Salve that 4ieals without leav ktOIuseSalve cures iblind bleeding ItchIng and protruding piles burns bruises eczema and all skin diseases Sold by 01 Haydon 1ioner in IIPliS0l18rBacapes a hisi es eta late hour Sunday evening and at this writing is still at large When Jailer Roby went tto lack the jprisoners in their cells Sunday he Jailed to secure the outside door of the jail Taylor iwho wks on the second floor ob s served this and while Mr Eoby as locking the cells of the ether jprisoners at tne far tlof the dprridor Taylor made a dash for lliberty and reached tjie outside world before anyone could inter ifere Be ran south down the alley and notwithstanding Mr Roby fired several shots at him ihe got away safely Taylor with his brother Presiton Taylor has been in jail ince last MarchcbargeitVith lhousebreking horsestealing etc committed in the Chaplin neisjhoorhood Preston Tayloxi iis still in jail Jailer Robs has offered a re ward of S25 for the apprehension of the fugitive and his recapture iis but a matter qf a short time Nelson Standard Koo1 Qiygs Stlenth i tI t iby enablinir the digestive organs to dl gest assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that maj be eater intoI the kind of blood that nonrishes tbe nerves feeds the tissues hardens the muscles and recuperates the or nT8f 4htf utifaJhpdy Kodol Dys Jp8ia Cure curesIndigttvu3yape silt Catarrh of the Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold byC J HaY on Danville To Have Trots It is with both pride andI pleasure tkat the News states that a trotting association has been organized by the breeders oftbrconcerntucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association It has been incorporated and has 1500 capi tal stock which has k all been ttaken up t It is the intention of theTin corporators to arouse more in terest in the trotting horse and they have dicided upon thebes plan in existence to do whereby that interest will be raised The Association will hold from two to three meetings yearly and the first meeting this year ill be heldvthe last part of July when it is expected that horsemen from adjjoin ingcbunties will come here with their horses to compete for the purses that willI be hung upby the Association NewsI Fatally Injured Mr James Melbourne of the rreens Chape neighborhood met death in a singular manner All the morning of Tuesday of 4last week he and hsfiertesyearold souhadlb fmAtaf g d in rolling a largeecL At the un1lObingtbetetrn roller the bpy Jettbet tongut or the implement Jull jflL3 such a annerthatjtstruckooftb jhprses aiarggruiri1 Mr Melbourne wasstgi l11tb rearoorse atS WP I it watruckmakick d backward withboh feet strik I greattorcei diMTbursdky Standard t1 iMI uAMH CIWfJtI TWvPatk Fridaywpreinggq belong iI1gti Mr Ben Ransd1l on Cane run Avenjie became sick and atter doctoring her withall the means At his cojnmandthe Hat for Mr JEJandalLittey tatiamii t iheri Mr LUsey said she had either lost oaflowtHjer cud o ar d suggested tit WB fe e her a goodly upplyloffalTn LL The cowate it ravenously but di4 not seem to improve and shortly S beEeg an to earJuparia dowii i 1 ithe lot foaming r the mouth and vicidusWveril lthingvthat came eMukMBur ton plowing JD4 hWinj lol hadto4esisj bjtc fli the k maddened animal tor at trfence so fiercely that she would have demoli hedit la ftflrmo mixjad he wrtUted lIt mafAiDg ijib 1 t WU scon apparent that sbehiMifo mad from suffering aM hertowner determined lq kift her fotoflerceltQ Corner hey and t6fomplih If In the tlgbtMr Enoch Burtoh was knocked downbltJJinfd ri ted animal at4considerably bruised and wouldm6atlIkeIy have beenki1ledhaot te cow beau dehorned Harrofebur Herald 4 v ft Th tDaS IHrili Imagine a Sproceesloiiof tten t C i thousand cattle marchinirlwo two in a line fifteen UM1oug r let twenty thousand shtep lot V low them bleating along twclvji milesotroldj after ihwi driYjii sixteen miles ol bogs IwiBittiseven thousand stroag f tlwa let thirty thousand pwls briag lap therear clucking nc1g t kifl Jtana gobbling over JLspftcV of six t mUes and in this whoWcl iWH stretching for nearly ifty mrftii and requiring two dayw i ik given pojnt you twill Mi thV animals devoted to death im the packing house of oae cpajpuij n at Chicago in e single dI syLt v Folcys KtdtMy Ocm if at II II fl t1tEU GREATEST GftMPftlii OFFER EVER MADE L 0 The Louisville Iesi 4 i1r Qt Published every week day afternoon regular price S3 for 6 months The Weekly CourierJournaL o Published every Wednesday morningj Hir tar price 6 months tOe a BOTH PlPERg6e mm Byail and yourhorne paper l JThe NelsLeader ONE YBAB lBFORIII OO IIl1 Remember all THREE PAPERS for 200 The camoaign noir on in tnt ifyitiriilug and exciting Everybody who cum rd will iraot t keep ASubscriptiqnsfuwjer during Julie fulyand August Addre ord ff Ingttbeifull price 200 of i rTfTI 1 TheNEW8LIA1 i 4 SPRINQlFIELD 1 Yqe t r tflfe ffiVS HADE nYTJroMDAYt IAYIAIt IN ADVANCE IJ SPRINGFIELD r KV JCLAVISOl Jr 4 f rua i t d r ift It sor Wwi ot1ces 10 tentaJif K uaHIU r 9 CMta M MHHlUatM MHl pollUcal mattr data perils I Jb werk s dose at low rate btt cnsti i if aM W paid eaJUUvery ot goods A7 rtl tar eoatracU aade on liberal t r OiUJMtlci ad resolutions of respect a t Y tpr1M 1 t My 3uktfltL iovcmtTI 2g tJ r r4 11 TSUIWDXY JUNE 25 W03 4 I iI A For Circuit Judgei flj W re authorized to announce 4 t rfJgr CHARLES PATTESON a adidate for theoflce pr Circuit r jaf thta tke Eleventh Judiciall DWrWpoHdof the countieS ci j l KarIN Taylor Green and Washing Z J iteI aetjotbDemocratiCprIrna- rit riti Cnonwealths Attorney l i lfir authorized to announce tA JttDURHA1I r t GresiccantyiB acnd date for the taf i t 0 of commonweaItb Attorney r 3Il a btct to the action of the Demo in tI4s the E1event- t t tratie party t JKcil tlletrlet compOsed of tIp lof S iltlMot TrYMhhtgton Marion I T 7lcHaad Green r rEi VtrCftcalf Clerk r 1i v 7t are authorized to announce r7 HB FM CAMPBELL asa wuMUdate for the office of Circuit dCJlrk of WashIngton county c xbEi1ec4kL If elected wilt be iMwfce4 k tfce office by KobnJSToe tg v For State enator- W e authorized to antonnce BiXB L ANC AST I f c a candidate tor VtJIiwaf State Senator from the mith SfMtorial district subject to the 3tteH otthe Democratic party yeolaet coBTentlpnB May 30th 1903 it t r 1 For i Representative r ff jjW W4re aatborized toannbpnce M WILMAM1 OLAYBROOKE fpr theofficeas a candidate 1t Repreientative in the lowei W fctoe of Kentucky Legislature frpcr 4 s Wa Bl gton county IJ ii Alt The PrankfprV Journal says t Pressure is being brought o Ilearon the HonJobnW Lewis r6fiSpriogfieiaf to sand for Cir F dait Juige in the Eleventh dir t fJitlItrtct corp art GrenTa1or itfJ2i MriqoaLdWasluogtoa counties p1 ii Thero however another ftmovmenton foot in the Fourth i Odngiessionall district formerly J J Tipresenibed yr Lewis to rIII j have him nominated by theRe I- wjpublicsm jarly for Attorney v Ceaeral We dont know that ilrv Lewis haadicei advised of eitnir bnecf tliose movemants- Bufr rwf oof thing is cert an and thai q ia thaethe Republicani might r j Dc the State orer and fail to 4 g4naber or more desovint if t tdihLb r l f r cither posi tl9 ol rdrWrdof the Green i r fcouhty Jlecprdjsr evidently an T tdifor of few words and beleive 110 ka fn jbcti trouble and spat e in giviqg the news Last week zthB Cpui tt f Appetl decided th- ei i ctleb aled C O bond case I which hRs been a drawback to L iHfil county for year Iheder ciston means a saving to Green I county of over 600000 Here sjis what the Becoid tas to say z aboutit The Court of Appeals rhM reversed the Green county Jirailroad bond case Jtit ani White tlp BreatlHit SS icoanty bad men are to lave thir caseaipassearon att cf heir nDarl j rarblnl1r Cir cait Judge Dsbbjfne Jhas ahnonn XceJ tlta 8fciat term cHiis VcottrfciMll le helditt tthiana vbcs nning dtlyJUI12 for ith6 purpese of ttingtl1micn I i the murder JainB Marcqm- Aaj I Gen Murray ias released X jiUltiaaieu froai se vice at r Jacko1eaing about seveh t 1e1OthIc3Ondnty1here j p r3 tCASTORIA l hrzuiDIit Mlars t11 If I Lion Co States H- j I The greatesJjaUpn fn the TgfijijJis PIj the greatest consumer of coffeeI Lion Ooff iIs the Stanford beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its ptlftthata why ufe4paekaqMI THE SINGING BULLETS If Ton near It Wfili You 3Iay iBe Sure It Vont1Jt You IDonfb afraid of a bullet that rout sUesll1 an old sol dieruIf It slugs in yoar ca rcst sured that It will ncy r harm you It 1Is a met tie any old soldier will toll y uthilt you never hear the bullet which hits ybii Jt Is n problem of Vlndage as the boys In the army call cd It In other words the bullet which you hear sing has already sped past you and the bullet which hits you has hissed In the ear of some other fellow In passing before it got to you It is a simple proposition ziTher all The singing otl1cbuUct Is tl1entmosp erIc yt bratlon which is created and the resist nncc wjilch the air ofteN to the prog rem of the bullet This cannot be de tected by the ear until the bullet has crossed a parallel line with the ear It may sail over your head or whiz closeS tQthe ground but if It passes you at nil the ear wIlt cAtch tile sound of itsr flfght To the soldier of many battles the voice of the bullet iis music He knows that ho need have no dread of jthemust be feared and It Is this bullet which always brings harm to him No soldier ever heard the bullet which in fllcted a wound on hlmi1 New Orleans TImeDemocmt J Tcnttlattoa In tbo Rat Some customers have nonsensicaVno tlous about the proper way to vcritilato a hat said fashionable hatter la fact they ire no whimsical ajaoct if that we make the hats without a ven tilator and try to suit the wishes cJ the customer after he has handed his money to the salesman Many ccstpr ers will not have a bat ventilated at All WcU they miss a great dcaL C comfort and take long cbftaggg for aId nge The English stylo an the only one that some buyers will adopt Is a ring of perforated holes In the cr mn of the hat In my opiniqnMt Is just as well to have up ventilator at all as to put It ther1rbe best way ltott have two holes ont on each side of t stheyou set good circulation all th2 time There are ways of punching the holes artistlraliy so that they fio not detract from the appearance of the hat Eui you would be surprlsSed tit the aunibcj 6f men who will not have them because it not fashionable antI oft era because they think the bat will not wear weiLNew York TImes SHyor1iyCnn you sincerely say that you never lostended to iTjTOirisy T asked the linn cf severe standards Well auswered ilr Bligplns ust coijfcss that I once set aiid listen to ny daughters coinmenceincn ssay and prctendid to be as much en crtnlnod as It were at a baseball same VVashington Star Kept IIlu Waiting Hnydon the English nrtlstt In his diary relates how he once wont late n sitting sinn Urn Ly the Duke of Wellington and the old duke tore hli White hair and cried that he had sat to 400 confounded painters and sculp tors and none of them was ever pun tual SillsFrom tfffe Sentinel Gebo Mont la the firM opening of Oklahoma to settlsrs in 1899 the editor of this pa per was among the many seekers after fortune who made the big race me fine day in 4pril During his travel lug about andjafterwards his camping npon his claim he encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost im possible to check and along In Juno the cae became so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors tuught him one small bottle of Cham crlains Colic Cholera pntl Diatrhoca Remedy as a iast lop A big dose was given him while he was rolliiin about on the ground ii great agony and m a few minutes the dose was r fpeated The rood cfferft of the medi cine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking his frst jouud steep for a fortnight Thtt one little Lottie worked a complete cute and he cannot help but feel grntejnf The season for bowel disorders being at hand su3gests this item FoJ sale by Haydond drugstore Kentucky Fair Odtesii Thd dates for the varous fairs ar IRicCrab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 215 days Cynthiana July 294 days Guthrio July 293 days Danville Aug 4 4 days Madisonville Aui 44 days Lexington Aug 105 days Fern Creek Aug 184 days i Jiavrenteburj AUJ Ig 4 ctaySShepberdsvllle Aug 134 days Ma sville Aug 19 idnys- Shelbyyille Aug 2Z5 days Spplnjftf ield AuA 264days i Pardstownl2ept 15 days- Nicho1asvi11eSpt I4nvs gaysllowlingdays nf1t AsbOIBend soh Se t 91 dy r f1iir rWIJ lzt Aj 1i H i r1 W o b I h S Lt t 1IiII t r i Il t IkL EyeryoD6 is botit througRV harvesting in thi section and farmers say tk ejr wheat jis vcry poor this year James Isharn and fdinil pent It few days at Sknhifordthis weelr the guests of Mrs jBartie Camp bell and sister Mis Maggie Sacra SNatfriends ierc last Saturday and Sunday M ss Mag ie Thompson went to Bloomliolcl Iqst week to spend to while with her sister Mrs Will Leachraan Miss Nonid Turner ri turned from Fraoktortthis week where silo has been visiting her friend Miss Gardner for several days A number of young neople from this place took in High Bridge last Sunday and report an enjoyable trip Miss EJith Richadson of nar- Cynthiana formerly of this place has been the guest of her sister Mrs Lulie Turner for a few days Ms Gal Showmaker is 10 ported some better at this WI it in Mrs Ma garet Jackson tas been quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs James Cregor There was a good crowd in at tendance at the Street sale en last Saturday afternoon bjt there were not many things sold Music was furnisted ry the graphophoneS Theneyt quarterly mee ing micas ill be held at the Methodist church here on July 4 ami 5 Rev lao R Deenng Pro siding Elder in charge will be present Mrs Ben Powell received the intelligence of tie death Ofi her brother Mr Will Peters in Louisville last week ifhe dc ceased has many relatives and old friends at this plac j whom the visied hst summer and who will regret tto learn of his death- S P Hatchett returned from a short business trip to the South last week From Another Correspondent W P Hatchett bought4 Lead cf horses age 4 to 7 ytars tll atl Stanford at G5 each and sold IiI 7year old pony to Ed Vhayn East Texas at 30 also sold calves to Sam Ai nold at 10 twoI Renban Bottom bouh la of 10 lb shoals of Martin Lester at Cc AIri t acted meeting will beI vinat the Moti odist Church in Mackvi c the first day of IuSI Rev Hobbs win be assisted uyI Rev Brumley WilnrnT D S Yancey bought a cow and calf cf John 8luwn tIer ut 3150 Joe Eason told a c and calf at 1750 W ll Hatchett bought a 7 year oil mro of rox Logan at scct 3 Louis Yankee We od Giliispie ajcum Sum Ed Sitrms ac companicd by hisses tadh Maycs Lilly ard E la White houru and Jonuie Arnold p ut Sunday at Hgh Bridge Us Edi1i Richardson of Cyntliiana is visitiig fr ends and relaticsIU R Shcwmakcr C bought a Separator of the firm J 1 Case Co at S150 Wallet tilrJJ1aCW Camden soU a bunch of 117813 steer tjCliy Bottom Perryville at 44c Therj was art crowd out Saturday after 100 to the s reet MaclnlIcIi I ilOORtS71LLEhcat hancsIs i itli the farmer It is with regret that we re port the da1h of one f eighbcrs Mr W Hoblef Sr vh departed tlf life Junej W at 11 oclock p m aged 72 7 MlQ 9 earnndcndayJ His rcmins Wiro interred at Camp Ground htlthefoIiowlBgconducted by Rev Bosvell Ho was akjndli sbanduITc ion tc fatherl and a gocd uneighbor Wo fre need ng a slower cf ruin at present Mf Leo Uotlett cl Illinois was here Iflstv eft IIi is sqnor the lato G Boblet hut he anmvd toj late See his fatherV11Miss Louolla Sweeney cele jbratc her sixth birthday hutt Saturday by inviting hgfr little friends to her hom Ail enjoyed thainselyos at rofroshments ft om 3 to 5 oclock She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Sweeney There was no preaching at New Hop Baptist church last Sunday The members havtfas yet not employed a minister for the ensuing year Rev B F Adkins will preach at New Hope church thc first Saturday and bunday in July Mr fB Hardin and wife were ovcrldst Sunday to visit relatives Miss Lola Wall a charming young lady of this place is cisi ting her aunt Mrs Lydia Bcblit at Springfield Ole Hardcsty and Ben Crow of Polin were in pur midst Sun day J several from here attended county court t Spri jiljold las Monday Jensonfon MI Davison Find enclosed j 25c for my sulscnption th t is due lama JitUe girl only yean old yet iI am a subscriber for sour paper 1cant read yet hutl Mama and PapaVn and they were too s1ingy iO pay rot voiir paper so I pay for it out ot my Xmas money- Wbite1Cups arc all the coup here now 41I our armors iv busy cuijlng wheat in the oa time anti nnlC watching for the White daps at night Mr jVill Elliott captured large gijay eagle uoty long sinco and it is a very large oneSFL peoIs lhave two verj1 prosperous IWc in our litMe village run iinI iVlathorly fend Mrs Lizzie Can pbell Both cern be duins quite a nice busines i1ir Cuiio Lay moed from tin lee Campbfjl fa1 in to Mercer county and Mrs Juian flroeni moved in wlwre Lay lived The man tit vps hurt in thtj saw mill on Arvin Arnolds phco is doing finely Ii Mr Colonel Kry his bougjjtj him a av niIl and v iil com mence sawing in afTJW days IGhnies Smith Co frunII LcblOHgl heied lanb luej last wcjek hey raid Ocper lb Thoy Ijou litt a good many fJ July at 31 Tliffc j s me Ixlk of lh lay iig a tplephone li1e e will Q ii e a r l1lf 0 jnf pfcpo itacia so some n irti penjle went t llijli niLe list Sun day11J rt tIt a rf0 tirne Mr Willrs Proves from Boyloj J county is cloVn looking for son uicn heifers Ve jiaxc m oldIPowr up btr ir John Kr who isi wanirjgto marry terribly bad fSoifIIiLl sc any Old lady tlat needs a tran seVl her rp lire My grand pap would like IOj marrv hut everybody knows hm IaDhtm MAMIE AUJZ PJI WLIsburI MrjldcnPinctoti l agei 73 died ttIfom of hislrother JlhLlhursduy1i rlifeof useflres3 to his ueihIbors aid friends His remains were interred In tlC CPU ctoVy at this place t n Friday after a fe tS- Relieves histanUy and Ci4res Quickly ICOLDS INTHHEAD SORE THROAT CROUP FROST BITES SORH CHE T SWELLINGS and allINFLAMMATIONS a Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy IT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT CURES Sl5Gi08t1oODOJ1LZIJ t4rALxGooDuoa la J Hayqoni1 1 I V HM Tijimpre siye vof3s byRcv JA5101 L ry ltV fMr JolrrV Sufton of OeKijib llh was in our midst last weeki bn busiiiCffs r- f Mijis Alolssa Pihlsl6n off TiJou ieli1tites1ieIcI ayIIE1 Birch tad wife Jerome Well and wire Harry Greenwood andsyife cbinposed a party whifh spnLiho day with Mr- t Ed Master and family at Giifd well last ipunday They wore royally entertained Mrs M airy Col y in of Sprmg fiol1 hai bjen the jiuesf of ri J Trent and Vife this voek L Ptrcy Eljcin1 of Lob Ulon sjent list Saturday rind Sunday ihith R C SuthrIandST L S6arcy ana wife Und daughter jLouise of your Jtmi lpmeIy Reed Rcw J A Sims and ifoat tended ibolfuneral of Mrs Qjillio Ann Baker at llillsboro ijlast Tuesday evening jI a MrfBorn Tq the wife of Lithe Jen l ins on1 last Tuesday morning a dunghterv Mary Hazel Misses Mattie Brown and Buttle Cummins of LuuisJI jjate at tc home of Mrs A iJ Vel s fo1 ihe summer Lc- PuIIiam Ve a e navifsuchi pleasam watbi you can see a snide on th face ol eveYy farmer in this vicinitiVx JohrIsoil had a Special sho3 sale bat urdjy They report quite a nice al Rev HP Uutihett preached ihofunenij ofMs Josi Aim stiuiig Sunday at Pleasantt 4oOC i Eld lju anon of LrmisUe preached st Pleasant Gtqve Sun day l1 i Mr btarliog Coulter a oll CountyIFuuovul services heldat Pair lea church on Tuesday Wn ducuil by Eld II P Hatchetl Eld Boliaiin m and wife olj Louis ilte tll P IlUcfetti of Antioch aud Mathew ellol r Tat ham Springs were the guests f OLe Chbit hum Saturday j Ecrott Scruggs and Pop Prathtr etnie very near havingi a bid vrotic ojtt iMjy afte uo Jti drivingIthey ivin ther buirges logctner hut no ono was hurt Mr D B C sie Willie Roy ally Mlr5 E IMJ Spuro John Sarrow inl vifo ani J N Gor dun were the jjuchti Lfr r- Hardin Saturday KeJIt pr acluid at Tulh im Springs Ue Inosauy mornirg Key JjW Crtinpbeil uf iEa rjTfis Its r signed s p stbr tf Ti liuin Hpn Is Biplist ehjreh lie has iiil to noro scrjliuns to pruulmliicli will bo t c first S iturisvyliint Suuday in Juiy Tlu rothrr n of this hale rr much tto give cturchlI II Cunibelj I iIFBNW1CK i1I1WililMiss Ieari Feawiclc sp ntt t itljMissedon j JgI iVr tier erv WItt andsbtlI1 it Miss Ethel of Lebano ipeiit DjlllarDjl sas City JMo and SanforJ Lugs elheroMiss Lena Rogers has returned home afor a visit to Mrs T J Miller at jwillistuirg MissesiMuggieSmitii and Rcse r Kelly atjendod church it St Hose SuriJay 1 Pbrrcsf ViewI I l ljj IIwiIl II and EJd Philips anid wife uttcnd ed too commencement ut fNuaari Il11oJnl Alcfdsrs Uichacd JVUOLC VVheutlyfi Bicfjarti Cttn thOUlLtI 4 iscs BeU S ihhJ1litudMaSLitfr j j Miss u1e VlJi1I y v5 ryI cl ir tllb y J J ig iLl J Ni3L1- w i 7 L- 2SIT To DayV t1- TkeLaatjre romoQ1JiMeT 4r ft 1SevcafiM5Dipri oses soUin pest 12 months This siguture t97CQ iQL25i 7 iiti i l f Wi j Ilw w qvJitijI166iAi jsTJLi iIll SSuppp lty llho I l j ToH 1 rQ I j f 1 11a r ft i v t J t f 4 I OPSi ri f I 4 y J l N1 j fJj iH lI THOMPSONGREEN I 1 f17 fIs the pl yourItPf9- u oigtO t3 et youi Supply of r r fri II t tt c FIELDseI rJjr m3ftJAA ts S Of al kinds Agents for OLD fflKJKOBS WAGONS and J for theI B eI ebrate dr 4 ENGErrf Our line of buggies for the prmgTrltd is fieginninjr to iir arrive and1 is more elaborate than ever 4 t 0r 1 0 AL in any Quantity atLftwesifrlesc s tr I 1 r UHOMSQN GRN iS BJNGiJJkQiKX 1 I I roM I t PM t flM ft flt M Jti m I A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure corr stipation bilibusness dyis pepsia sick headache duists= beal1Uful1nwnBUCKINGHAMS DYEXen 00 Rr a county Is the gUest of har auQt vlrs Pius Nat y Mahoney and children o IWill were visiting his Mrs Leo Smith and Miss Regiqa Mahoney last week Mrs Joe Smith and daughter Miss Effie were viaiiing at Leba noo last week James OBryaT and Garland Hamiitcn let Tuesday iroruing obuild wire fence for YoP Montgomery near Science Hall buriedHtnp p Mr Martin Simpson is quit jit at his home bal und i thoug it tD be more comort bl iitnhia writing Vat 0 Bryan paid a business trip tq the beau iful little village uf Vnliey Hill We are glad to hear him say that our friend Palmer Grundy is in excellent health We can picture nim in minds eye silting th se hot days ii theshade of iia baautiful trees at his Joey home James Nally had hi nice new saJJle stolen off iishors3 in Springfield 1st Monday by some sneak tiif It cost him 10 and he got a bargain in it He had o buy a new ore betvrc he could wasffhisIj Ii gambling and should bt IIwi ed as suclt r 5s base ball gamy began ere last Sunday eve Ve did not at It nd but we are informed that Springfield boys were out UBrvan Yankey Josh j ped three car loaso hogs and six car loads of lambs Ilist wek and ftill ship edveral mere this wee IMrs iIleditciing h1loIand has seen scrJinoie cAthr onXA DtasthoThe Han Boo- htsacaf7I UO RUWa d HOt Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that tbero Is at least one dreaded disease that iAnce lJns tbeenbthatisis tho only positive cure now known to tho modlfol fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dfeoase requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ua tnrrh Cure is taken internally acting ttdirectlysurfaces of the system thereby dePrstniyfpg the foundation of the disease and giving tbo patient alrjeaglh byC building up the constitution atid aslst irfij nature In doing its work The proprietorst have8o uchtfaith fin its cdrative povorthat tney offer One nmidretJ Dollars for any case that tluf ftHatocure Ijendfor Ilit dftesli mnnlal MdrteFJ OHEISEr co Toledo 6 Sold by drnggsts y tocG7t At Few Facfs Jongiellow could take a worthless sheet of i paper write a poem on it and make it worth 5000 THas qcnhi J P Morgan can wrta Xew words on a piece of paper andraake it worth 1060000 + r THat s Cpita A mechanic can take kjjduhd of steel aridrwork it into watch springs and make iit worth 8o0 vV w fThats Skill yY can write a chdek for 5oooooo anc1 iit hatSTouihlYour wife can buy a cloak w rtqf but Cl prefers on tbatccsts5o t Thats Natural J A There may be merchants who will tell you ff that they hayfel etieTsfock than we have vf di TKatsGalt- We have a Rood stock of all kinds tf building material i hatwe are willing exchange for either Free Silver or Gold atar asono able profit Thats CopmonSen- spSprcrfeM Lumber Cor 1 J t 1Crippled wIth RhUIINIIIIII JIQwImPOrtantsire your attention You pull your co t at rlirirlr SIIeCscream with pain Rheumatism Is JBHd1e tae taata joint or muscle where It can settle wltboat sMJdacjW wish It were anywhere but Just In tftatagou ofchaetlcIiva xhCMMMHt Geier Silkweed awl Wild Sweet Potetft SUZ cn21tVa I Some ot these cases irere Jna6 M tod M saytknow about You may have tried a toed atyferent remedl but that tmplyMoWsMtd yet tsmissed tho right one Our remedy will eweTry It Give It a fair test YoaU to M JIarAll dronlsti 8QllGelerV811kire MCWaII rae4 SPotato AskforUaadUtkerinUMtM jeturemitousdlrectSOrar Oood He lU Deprtme t tint e4lc ladrlco without chugs Tell na your trouble GEIER SILKWEED cOMpANY OI tT Wn R lij r ct sale at Hat onfs Drug Store q Crntftk al1itt irtlo ri doublepageictures CJIARLESDANA he god things that come week y week to regular readers J- ofCOLUEltSthe worlds most progressive illustrated IUIdarUstsmaktin u4JWlCbomenI1 for CWliulI1l11C beII ddret- i1lisr Weekly 6JVIitikSt New Terfc Chiaibdrlalu Sloniachand Lver Tablets arejkstwhat5yo iiecd Ayheit you haye no appetite feel d Qntter atliand rAkc no wIth jbad taste yonf tnoath They wilt InSprove jour appetite cljc5ijsfr audi Invigorale ottr toma chlandgl5d yoi a relish- rybdtood For 3le obi Sajdg i drogstorci 1 t SMIItGlM SB1ueGs f fN1lrgerias 1 j ntcalsmall fruits apaagus rheubarb and ey ry Wotandf Strawberiyandgn4licataIpgsoj quest HFJllhLENMEYERON- J textit Ky nW tt sVYcutobbWIcHiSbeWitt rWiWi Pti4 Mve orfchIJ and Mir cv v P4WtkI t wIkA1ietSJra 81 c tt bttoac tIp wertktMi iDsWIWW 125 scrnc tar Pile IlIrItchia IUUUM SALVE irSr CWitt 4 CCIIIIIta L JIJ4 w- JJpJ s Dl J IDEHTDENT15TIlI1l 4JEETH EXTRACTEDI Yl ffOUTpP IN h 41 r f 4l3loek tip stairs 11 so WS lUNGFEfD Kf Alll Dental Work Strictly Firstclass t f cm BJli N OFFICE Ii Opera House at ijiSitsS JJoitseIL jT i 1irSPltINGFlELD y J t F- OFFIOEDr Rineharts for V TiMiTipflces over Peoples Deposit f Blc tt 0lea hoars 12 toZ2rav E1 feome FGRIGSSyy OoG av 4lIf ATTORNEY AT LAWI Hd Abfllc Jvor Peoples Bank Polan PRINGFILDXYII Jti SSfc g TONIcrFRIENDSHIPJ i 5FW1cbj 45Plato NeverUacle tooL Goo3s qio name platonic Is noty ito curn ely used tvlicn it Is employed to discuss the friendship of a mnnnndCOS R woman Into which there enters I tMce o amatory sentiment Plato In I various treatises especially tbeTIhIntensenod the Symposium speaks indeed of a love Trhlch Is rect1OtnMQ sensuousness being the love of soul cee for soui lint Plato whose spirit warestinged1 with asceticism was not treat 9Ing of woman at all and in general what Jie says upon this theme refer- r s14rwholly to the affection of man to mnDior the binding force of high Ott character and honor He so far roaasr compared Avitli the true philosopher from lrlsIng rom the contemplation of the 1teIs abstract and absolute In fbctrwhen- he 2Wo discusses beauty he uses the word and ThIphysical sense Therefore pin tonic friendship in Its modern c0n ntlonnl 4inealting something which never en teraf Platos mlnd Platonic Friendtoibip In Cosmopolitan Making An impression fv tion A Virginia senator was talking of negroes and their love of makIng Inv press o1 fie called attention to the well known fact that negroes as a rule when paying for a ten cent purchase tu t wJlV deliberately fumble through nowillarge number of bills though they bav- the ten cent piece In another pocket do The senator then told the story of a negro who saw an advertisement Which read Trunk exactly like opt G75 On the trunk appeared in large figures 075 As the negro contemplated a trip through then rth he forcvardSh the money forn trunk =hen the CotrtinkTejry indignant The figures were miss W- Ing from Its side He returned the trunk demanding his money back be fanse of the important omission The trunk firm saw the point a d hot mitt d Jits error and by way of making amends agreed to paint an additional figure When the trunk arrived the w Beconi time tho negro was satisfied Oi On Jts side in glaring colors were tbcton figures ic75r The Puritan Fathers and Smoklntr The Puritan fathers were gren tlycame cetIceBtraitlaced observers of times and sea sons actually Bnioked in church This p- custom soon caused very considerable Lannoyance as the religious exercises were greatly disturbed by the clink dr4tpl sai1dthe clouds of smoke in churcblIenc In the year 1G6U colony passed this nwU is enacted that any person or persons hnt shally be found smoking of tobacco on the j urntthe meetings within two miles of meeting hon e shall pay 12 pence for iveruch defanlt Under this ieveripersonS ferenctunllY fined ttle punishment failed to secure carrying out of the arbitrary second portion of the enactment h ThVPiMt Pprierhpiue Steak Tie first porterhouse steak was ROert fatmedmous old tavern of Martin MorrisorIrite 327 Pearl street TIllS vTJfsof t of seafaring men A steak b fcalled for by nu old pilot one night f Morrison said that he had no tents but would cut and broil for him n thick slice from the sirloin which had i jut been prepared for roasting the next day Morrisons place was Ira own as the Porter House rln the neighbor hood rrina its frequenters soon got tottalking about the Porter House steaks Morrison finally told Gibbons his butcher In the FlY market to cut up sirloins for him thereof ter 1 The Tall of a Wolf The wolf carries its tails hanging down because In that position It is less conspicuous and better eludes tlon A 1403113 of wolves playla gether undisturbed occasionally carry their tails curled upward By degrees the tall acquires naturally the upright position as a result of coincident evo 35dohmestication andof the slow adaptation tthcnp endngcns tin oran tex presslon TThe cessationof natural selection In tbe domestic dog would give the talP rcater freedom of motion without detriment to life and artifi cial selection modifies It into various sirnpe Hump BacIk I1 EMUiStOH wentSCOfTS aKtk1bkShbckitMwI wit1t Oft JRaktJJM k ENs HM sid Is tilt few jamb f rtcevtr rickets slid bone CIIUMptIOL lsdtot free aaiple SCOTT tc BOWNE CheaUts J1494z3 PeaHStnet New 3ocaMsoo aIIdXD5IVL w TO WN r LRHhiii irn L iTheFreshesti f AH About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances MM nNuuuJuuuuuwiAI so If you want a good oil stove We apMcElroy Sbultz have them mar r the RNTo Mr aurJNroJWoffel erIe a daughter for tiericel frying chickens always on hand the alPoultryarg xstoclc of Millinery to M c ntculFjjVices to close out iV I this- oRSALE A sow and shoat noon DUDLEY PAPP 01 Sfringffald Ky May lie VYakeQeld base ball clubcler liere thIs afternoon tojilay match game with the local Mr f icteJiniPlaein FOR SALE Thoroughbred store Cfhina vjboars eligible i Wiqistrationsion LUTHER BLItNSmov iho wash Dress Goods White Mr will Wide Lawns Jbaces and munity Embroideries to close out at first ltTNcomsedurnpike and wiIPi 0ds aredproidencewill E F Donelly has just ven completed a rice newtresidejjqe was IllS place onttae momfiJtv ld hlfte d about a mile and abaU or I town Xn buy the Walter A Perry tmowing machine for 38 wall the binder for 8go of ompson Green The Wood during machined are not in the trust A From now on will sell ready wise wars and trimmed hats at al lo4ogto nice soiecs on haLdCome infineMrs Kate Williams a Nothing better for a touic thenl sell a case containing four rec retzenJ F GREENE Keep cool Keep cool If you cant keep cool go o McElroy ultz getaEefrigerator Water when 9ler and Ice Cream Freezer e haVe the best got Dont sweat over hot suds this vu weather use PearlinAmi i jnonia washing 1Next daatert Coveiuteverygram The Lebanon base ball club ing over Tuesday with their crack exprofessional pitcher sic and played the kid nine of this vilacedaebanonMrs Minnie Milburn wife ofnC died her Prlliehome near Gravel Switch last th Friday and was buried at Beth lehem church on Sunday Re Gates services of Wilmore conducted tif r1 l ftebutchased of PoC Cleaver thE ol Masonic building 6n Main adjoining Mr Barns dtber streetIetI 55 The price is not but is thought to be in the neighhi borhood of 3000 fIn the Commissioners sale m pMondayMilburn plaintiff against Fred 2MilburnheacresFrank Scruggs tract was scC1505 per acre Mrs Mlburn was the purchaserc Uncle Sam Rogers and old and respected colored man of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood fdiedf letete jwellj loned type and was respected by all who knew him Ho had been a subscribed to the NEWS LEA DEJI siace it stred font forgo the appearance of Miss Nannie Martea at the Court House next Tuesday evening in select readings and dialect rMiss Barbee has a wide reputation as a fine entertainer and should draw a crowded house The ofproceedsthe Christian church News has been received here off the death at his home i Maysvilie pf James E Liston who form rly lived in this coun ty Mr Liston liy for S everal years on Mr W C McChords 0plef friends and acquaintances who will regret the news of his death IP0 Ion bo Q JI IJ OO OOMp dall yourattention to a re kable subscription offer on first page of this Issue WeM r the Louisville Times dally in L six months the Weekly Con Journal for six months and NEWSLEADER for one year ville l three for pnly 82 r Addis J White and Miss io E Carpenter pf the Texas Mr neighborhood were married at county place last Saturday after Mr by Rev G A Strickland Thompson and Miss SueM McGinnis were also grantedare taremarrlak AK Mc Chord of this Joe e has purchased an interest was the dry goods and clothing of Murphy and Allen at Mr chester and will lake posses were about August 1st The Ming away from this place ofor McChord and his familyM be quite a loss to the com sistert in which they have lived Iongand havo many friends he new pos ofilce is about in plcte and the new furniture horses being put in Tho llet ter boxesM all new and of tfie latest n Ten ved pattern and the office be equipped in the most con l1ientvtermail in the I new quarters on this before July 1 Bob Bland of Lebanon and Bal Marks of this place two known youths had a srap M Sunday afternoon at this place whirh both bolMgerants Nelson assumed a very war like attit1eMfew blows were passed like Joa few rocks but no material heredamage rsultfid Both were arrested Marks confessed to ajbut Blind was acquitted in Spa trial in the police c urt first Erastus Trent who was with ville militia in Jackson during the Mr- entexciernent at that place urned home last Saturday mvins come with the detail of this soldiers which conveyed theClll prisoners Jett and White to the Lexington jaiL Trent says tha ford he leW everything had house quieted downjIe says that Jett hey very drulJoust before IetvIingwhicn wsthe cause of his thislentbehitironDr Spry is Child ens county y at Johjjons Chapel the M lored Melodist church An and- eresiug fd instructive pro Ella has befc arranged cnsisl Tuesday of a play processional and rainbow excises rlMoccaEdel n is one Wrihy of attention Kaltnndsercom ces will bel attended aIy Hon Jcp W Lewis will- Miss Mrs speak on Edudjon at the after on service awhich time the visited ogram will barried out bye home childrenD1r ehesOBiva t local live stpclidealers havejILrotl gmpped lucilcason a One loW lambs this tended at the numbetsbipped reached over HOt Last lr they bought tif VIce McElt7 Mrs head that averagll 100 pout Vlniy and of Mr John U Brown fu Stead thivt averagedW pounds rJ Mr Brown sold ouoXutb only t Iltonthounds Quo day st week OBryan Yankey Uo shipppdfj 31 head which avehged fc9 pounds = ourt Day Sales There was less than in axeragt e ourt day crwd in town MGndli i and live stuck trading wics con seqaently rather dull Aucti ni eel Sam Campbell reports the following sales One b lKCk calf i10 a colt 30 sow alid pigs 2250 three horses t5 60 and 62 respectIvely Old buggies 20Itt3 to Col R K Wbayne made the following sales Horse 1550 2 calves at 510 each one a mare 4950 one threeyearold 4450 horse 13 6 year old horse 81 cow27 2 lieu 1andMr W B1 Spears sold for Hugh Stiles 4 head of long year ling cattle at 2326 per head atwithdiewa bid of26 learDo you get up in the morafag w pain in your back Are you restless in your sleep Do you have to during the night do you feel care youaudshould lose no timein procuring Gayu Lba It is just the remedy you needS and ore that will give you relief Sold bJ Wood beili H OR DNENT crI- t I OFFItiR1i5Euttrt Bunui Permanently located SPRINGFIELD KT if = PERSONAL J Miss Mary BrownowLiiin Louisville last Friday i and Mr s B D Lake ar- oulsvliletliis o week Russell Chescheiri of Louis was hero Sundqy Miss Veola Browne is visiting relatiyqs in Nelson county Harrison Nrvlly of Nelson was here Monday J R Durrctt of Bloomfield was in town Monddy r C H Mcjntire and family visiting m Meade county Miss Nora Bonta has gone tto Harrodsburg for a short visit Wakefield of Wake ld here the first of the week and Mrs T Scott Mayes in Greensburg last week r and Mrs Hugh P Cooper Lebanon were over Sunday r Henry McElroy wife and passed throun here Monday Dave wasItown Monday looking for iss Nellie Barr of NashvHIe n is visiting Miss Jennie McCabeI r Tom Funk ot Louisville s relativeS in the county wekSMiss Mary Lewis returned Tuesday night from a t ip tto iustown iss Annie laybrook has returned fi m a visit to friends in cbuny O4sc s Los McCrocklin and n vMay of Btirdstown were Mondav rHubEr Hord and j7V Iding were in Stanford the t of the wee- kMisSarah Davis of Louis 7 is a guest at the home of and Mrs W 11 DUI ett Mr Joe Mayes formerly ioff county is here from South olina on a visit to relatives Mr Will Leachman is in Sian this week a member of a party given by Miss Hund H Tburman and family loft morning to visit the Home cf and Mrs Rodman in Shelby r and Mrs W F Grigsby Dr W C Grigsby and Miss Woakley were in Darv ill 0 essrs Wilt ONeal and Tom en who have been at DI IIt for some time have e home John May and daughterIj Salliof Nelson county at the W M Durrettj the hrst of the week s Margaret Scott of Win r visitfd the family of her her Jr Ji1 McCabe mnclat St Catherines com eineot Uicebr visitingl3ettieplac Ric is the motlnr of MIssf A Ric who has binn here Vlt qpks in tlct intctst a mining ompany g e cplleire boys who hive L Abr-i vncatiOitdurjingl1rj ham fromNalryiUej and71llM 5rccn fr9mrr xas and WHl t RbbertsOnlfjonrStf Maryss f r Mrs ElleniLitsey Dead r Mrs Ellen Lltsey one of tthe oldest and best beloved ladies of lrle County died at her home in the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood on last Monday afternoon after a long illness Her den was due to the infirmities age she being at the time ofroldI death 83 years of age ceased had been a resident ofof this county all of her life a njout was thp widow of Mr Uriah LitIIls sey a prominent citizen of the county whose death occurred j some twenty years ago Her only surviving child is County Judge B Ij Litsey Mrs1 Lit seys maiden name wes Lw and she was closely related the Hayes family her mother being of that namw The d ceased wa4 a woman of sro character and of many excellent qualities of heart and mind SShe had bceti a member of the PIeas ant Grove church for many years and her life was aw 5Hethat of a consistent christlarii The funeral which was largely attended by friends took place at Pleasant Grove Wednsd morning ajjd Rev W T Over street preached the funeral s erthemall Call for Bounty ConventloJtI 1pursuance to a call IIn Republican State Cent Committee tbe Republican ers of Washington county fa G h roby ndtifiedto meet at1 Court House in Springfield rat 2 oclock in tho afternoon ofT iiy ill 1103 to select delegates to attend the State Conventi n to bf hold at Louisville July HiOIi for tbe purpose cf nowit at ing candidates for StUe ofliCfs vtif itiu the comingv u l U11ITii uepubIsent at the uboe stated time md place Signed J L WHARTOX Chin Washington Co Coin WANTED We would like to ask through IIthe columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens August 1Mower for the cure of lodi estiob Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that lias not been curedand we also mean their isults such as sour stomach f fermentation of fo habitvial costiveness nervo despondefact any trouble Connected With the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized and we wish lo correspond wfth you and send you one of our books free of cost If you nov tried August Flower try a cent bottle firtt Wohavenevi known of its failing If sott theIsize has just been introduced this year Regular sze 75 cents rtt all drurgifet G G tVoodhUryNJ C J Haj don Taken Up On county cOurt day in May struypd to my P isIpace on IIYJ eighcinbout0c3 r can e ame bj paying fur f ed an dihis 01eit is isiiiitfltIJJ1 P KNOTT J lJ iJli i 1iliili IiIiliIlili tili at Iilislili C at offI7 Ti PRON GINGHAMS sKi gemarket This Price only for S 1r j U1anil Saturday of tIns week 2 NAer j ymds to eacb customer g ErledIi EPING REDUCTIONS s woersDepartment e It i SeeViens Suits for i = nyji jusSomeeei l2a0 J irs priJ chase p bFithaTINC wld 4TrlsewornJ i iflrir t l eived new Dress OO d se Wit i offe ERTSOIXl BROS sell Jt ttffH iUro ffOf f f ff fif t regular p hajmtpn In Memoriam At ameeting of IheBeni ilmetPostNo2Hi Jicldl iii Springfield l on June 22dtht following resolutions were passcd Jmeetmgof4tIilPost and faithful comrade has been summoned forour midst and has answered roll call upon the other side of the dark river He was born and reared In Washington countv Ky and in September jjlSGl he enlisted in cdnapany C 10th Ky U S Volunteers and followed the fortunes of that regiment during sthe whole time its service being mustered with it in December 1864 kind and genial1 nature made him a general favorite with IllS comrades and his firm and un yielding devotion tO duty his unfaltering courage anl I prompt compliance with all f theISttoand confidence of officers and greateOter ready at all times to defend at all hazard what he believed to be right and yet courteous and considerate of the feelings of those who differed from him entered the army at the early age of from a sense of dutjT and his love for tho flag ifor which he had fought in his youth aygrew and strengthened as the years passed by He was among first to tender himself a memo her when this post was organ izfid and was one of its most de voUd members Therefore it deathomEdwardsrngallantosoldi r a noble comrade and a hfle commu nitv a just and upright citizen ahd one ho wa ever true to his country and obedi nt to itst laws goviout in deep and tender sympathy to the family who mourn his death and we commend theta to Iju who can soothe all earthly t fcfiiljennite them sorrows ana m with their loved one iin another and better world Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Post a copy sent to the family of our deceased comrade and a copy sent to the NEWSLEADEU with request to publish same JOHN G HOWELL PHILLIP MCCONNELL JOHN NALL Committee dJSN1en you have Dr Classes German Penetrating Liniment in the house yoiMiave reliable youIDcan depend on one that will do all that is expected of a good liniment Sold by Wood Campbell SjCard OF Thanks sinarcerest thanks to our relatives 5and kindrnesses and lovibg sympathy e tended us during the recent ill littlebinfant Mu AND MRS HUGH STILES ForSafe On accourt of failing hearth MrsJ G Mansfield offers for sale her Millinery business which a money waiter Central lo Lion large etublisheJ trade Also the store house with fou nxroom flat on second floor Here rgeIprosperous business Stock oi hand is being rapidl sold on redued prices If not soldI privately lieforo will be otteledI public outcry at the Court or t on Saturday July 18 19C3 2 oclock pm DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK dney Trouble Makes You Miserable = Almost everybody who reads the newspaper is sure to now of the wondarfu b cures made by Dr SwampRootS liverIl 6SEIt is the great medl cal triumph of the nine J t tlm disIj xf Dr Kilmer the emf sent kidney and blad der specialist and is OaetfeubesworstfdpnDr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec rcded for everything but If you have kid foundtn privatecticerelief and has proved so successful poor punoin ry case that a special arrangement hiltJ fn made which all pacerhaveplc bottle sent free by jnailtiaso a booK Fouten writlngmention reading this generous r In ttfits paper and N d your address to KilmerCoBtng ttN Y The fifteen and I 57W J = J 1 i brFILLJSr t Yd FROWS IIMAYES CORNER 1 RUOERY- I gettingraI S1the bestof Qverythingj promptly dej0 lr ered at thoneysitvingpricesS 77iviift Fresh Vegetables Telephone yo rord sI theJPHOMB ST TIrctl tqz iJ I T JUNE ju- GLEftRMGE r i 8LE g We are oyerstockeSiiJ j Light Dress Goods Mercer S ized Oxfords Muslins SwisS ses c For the next thIrty c days we will make sweeping reductions iiF prices pour j eutire Spring and Summer S- g Stock V f Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5r 7 and IOP jPrintedBatisteji E rta r1J1mltles Batists aiicL rnL bl1w1e 12ctto OcSFine 36toi ii GinghanjsRIDUCEfl PRICES Il Special prIces on Ladies Misses andfChildrens Slippers IWJ X Ladies Vests at5110 15 and 25c r LadlesStock Collars 25 and sOc 1 Ladies fine Lace Stripe Hose 25cLadies Silk and Lisle Gloves and MittsJ Mens Lisle arid B Ia riggin Und rWEarj Shirty1Mens J Mens Spspenders and Belts v i 0 IWextin order to redupe OUr stock we areoffering QUI entire stock of Men Youths and Childrens Suits and Men s O J Coats and Pants and Coats and Vests J 11 ft at lower prices thafi ever made In thismarket Call arid get prices J yfe WALL PAPER AND CARPETS 1 bWe have some SjeciaIly goOd things in Carpets WaJI Paerand LacOO fa Curtains that we are offering Very low 4j ITJ Examinelhem they willI interest you We corial1y Invite you tovistt kcj t1Store andu can feel sure dlB can save you money i 4ffYours Very Respectfullyt t k CCunningtenrl Duncan jI a j j1f 6 JOHN SMcELROY fNRAl INSURANtI AGNI Fire Life and Tornado kFFICEOVER PbpLES BANK j 8f i During nrty abnqefrom flee W F ti igsby r George Nelkirk will attend to any busm formVJI i R 4 Ayers most remarkable bole proper for all who live in malarial dii Malaria reinedk11 Jon v y t f std1l ton letter J i has I f mePstmister General 4z z iMII1 b e forced by theprcss r of jwbftc opinion td give to- I tt lbtvpM the Bristow leplyto jjtbe TtoUoeh charges and tthe ihV p ctow reports which Bristol sbnitt4d to Payne should have I Vfcie u mplafto convince Pat1 thai the Ti11cch charges were li wot ullotairI The total matter Mbaitted to Ifceki press by Mre jj PL afrrtrates 3000000 II words There is eVery evide- nceteinornllr that Tullpch charged that Perry Heath as 4 jFirt Assistant Postmaster Gene raKibed the Washington Post office without scruple to appoint IIperMDaland political Iriends to oMcer fardless of the necessity of theremploymenti etc In one I i at nice Inspector Little reports lading eight char women draw inK salaries aggregating 8800 a yeartfut wh l erformed no ser I t vices The inspector taUrgds Kbasisi the expense for these I iwrvibaio the Postoffica Depart I 4 i loent poliits out that At the ut a mo three women drawing an 47 iYIr ff4tesutnof96Q per year could have done all that was ref f quired thus saving the Govern ment2840r In what purports z J to be an explanation of Lit Jos t charges ex Postmaster General bpith issued a statement in kbichhesays It was tho duty r to find work for these women who were regu 1S Mrly appointed Orcourscvll Ai welUTinpwn that Heath ap rpoInttdhes women to oblige lL fiends and that be knew there wap np work for them this beingS a T clearly shown by facts and by Civil Service Commissioner V Prctct4report ylm Uie case of E O Fowlerp tijlinspecfcor states thav he had a e9in jnyalid for many nionibs Yf arid Ynable to perform an salis a factory service ile says CA i place was foandW mado Jar hmI S t tb0 Assistant for the timekeeper division Machensdivi11JD ianr The time keeper draw IflOOtfperyear The assistant4 I djaWlYOOV lu viewof the thJgovernment service by the high est officials the petty stealings rw 1of their subordinates pale into Ti iBtfgnificance t Postmaster General Payne is t jg still doing everything in his Tp1 pjWftor suppress and hamper L kj thjB Investigation The v rs1V dent does not wish to part ipPayne although the pressure of t public opinion may become as strnkaUbdidin the case of V Q Alger and force Pay nes resign 1b tfife tion But in no event will the pProsidntparmitany suppression rof the ficts or the retention of punworthy officials Mr J S piarksou the collector of the portOf New York lhas just been f in Washington trying tJ supm ess the scandal and incidentally to 4fgtit Bristpws official scalp q 4 A Frank P Sargent Commu sioner3 General f Immigration hfj9t rturned to Washing inpeeJI stnrti L i tqSlLrgentr pors great dis V 4sitisfaction on the 1 art of the 91fawahIn p1ontrs been use they ii OOare no longer aliuwcd to imrort Chinese labory They say this iis ttLie only dassof labor con ten rn IV11fN r1i In the cano fields fur to felf1 4t4 1heJapanesedoehl fora while bUVfOOn learn trades and the native Hawaiuns are complain ving43 cause of Jnpane eccmpe 4- ii htJ7onofn tritiotL If the stomach 1jid other cngansofttigemonandnutrI 1skio Jm kept in licalthfnl condition andIQJittte liability to disorders of the liver JfkWels or such oUter dlSCrers as may gautt from in P Ii aotntjon nnd a 1ackofdcr cise DicPerees IdeaMed 4calThscoveryF x of the stomach Sand other organs of digcs d nutri d 4lso J 1 fwhich oUt are causal by the diseased wcauditioaofthc itomach By ectziI4 body it increase s the vital power and i IXOI11Otd a vigorous old age fiwywrHollaJr = t t1nLadviceSi DiicoTeiytUretnEa ct of siartwecd si you advised I sinceIa 755a5 Md T sever bed anything to relieve eIe quick J tJdnk Dr Pierce medicines the L riMett0I earth I ever have auvre mcdfdaeJA 11c52eto healtit f j jMbkitnte for Golden Med L f justfMMJaalJangJIDr Pircca FJeattat Pellets the best r1siIekculd peo1t They cure OMK aIit BUCKDRAUGHT H gUlorathannnQl10thing lea than vital stag nation or death if nQt relieved Jf every constipated sufferer could realize that ho is allowing poisonous filth to remain in his system he Tpuld soon gehjqlief Constipation invites nil kind o lcontagion Headaches biliousness cols Slid many other ail ments disappear when constipated bowels arerelieved Thed lords BlackDraught thoroughly cleans out the bowels man easy nqd natural manner without the purging of calomel or other via lent cathartics Be sure that you get the origi n1l Thedf05ds BlackDraught made byT e ChttUedirtineCo Sold by all druggists iin 25 cent and 100 packages 1001Ik Draoghttoohlffhlr I keenltlnurliDBM all the time and hire used Itior thelast ton rears sever 5TS nr ehUdrtn any other Uxatlr Uilak I Mold nercr U able to trork without U aU that keeps 111t tition in the better grades of labof The Comm sioner re pots that he fbund everything in good condition at the stations and that the laws Were beiug enforced everywhere but in tie Pugct Sound counry but he believes the difficulties there will be lemedied now that he hasi called attention to the defi ciencie Notwithstanding tho great amount of travelling be has been doing lately tho President has been away from Washington twice within the past week On Mondayhe ent over to Balti morhut 45 minutes ride from Washington where hd attended the Saoogerfest As was to have been expected his reception was extremely enthusiastic and he made a felicitous speech praising tuc characer and work of the Germans whip have cjme to the United States to make it their horn 1P rt 5r dent went to OhaHottesville Virginia to attend the commence went exercises of thoBiiiveraity of Virginia These are the only tl ips the President will make be fore IllS departure for Oyster J3ay for which point he leaves on June 27 Tuere he expects to secule two moLtns absolute rest and will issue his usual re quest that no one call upon him on other than inoperative busi nes The Roosevelt children hiie Already lEft for Oyster Bay and tho Preident and fN rs Roosevelt are the sole occupants uf the White House Miss Roost vQlt having gone to Massachu set IS to visit her grandmother Chamberlains SloJiach and Liver Tablets arc jut wfiat you need when you have no appetite feel dull alter eating aud walccup with a bad taste in your mouth Tliey will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and giva yoii a relish tor your food For sale by Haydone drg store GnlsJimsJ End BM QaiCalj Heay Chamberlains Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and burns causes them to heal without mat iration and much more quickly than by the us ia tr at ment For sale by Ha dons drugstore JtCbI Stud Tho study of child psychology Is tircin orcr Increasing interest and cutlnaiasiii Problems In crime lndor Ii32ultj ara becoming solvable The right of the flilld to propvr tratui ent 8tro1g1cr 11b1allCj 1It Llllty of such development Parents will know that the nervoua fractious cLHd needs the services of a brain ex Ipert posfalbly afterward tf a skilled surgeon It will be understood that stubbornness ran be cured If ration ally dealt with or nutde a nucleus of crime if murderously mismanaged May every educated parent aid In this beneficent work by studying ills own child fairly and Impartially and col lecting materials from lila neighbor hood that will give the students n broader outlook Fair honest statt merits rom varying eiiviroiiiiionis are1 ot value Itatcl study along this llne and see whnt wonderful of thought ouch npllCnlLii- CnrLn nn Otter SkinIA full grown sea ojtir Is roLl tow five foot long perhaps n foot toI more wide Vhon a hunferEocrros Olllme he loosens the hide from the nose nnJ head anti without ciittlug it Ieii wise nt nil he pulls the skin down c the body the hide being so elastic tills Is not u difficult job It Is then stretched over a smooth bonrd six and a half feet long nine IneUcs wide atone cud nod ten nt the other end Each end of this baard is tapered to n point Anothpr board exactly thr same size U then inserted suit the skh Is stretched a footert clghtMn inches longer than Us original length A third board half the kngtb of tha ht131taclednttl1Ueul it Itthen cut ofT and the hide Is cured drkditi this condition III a few 4 1It Is tnken off the boards and turned fur sitb out when JfJIIs ready fop gUlronetL v 4SThe 5ta2to2qtlnz Ian- On one occasion a famous clergyman wihicsscd the tact of n stabfeuiau fu coaxing n recalcitrant colt Intohis stall and soothing hiss uhtil completely rec oncllcd Having expressed lila cpngraf ulatlons he remarked with a touch of melancholy I wish I could get the worklngmen of my parish Into church aaeasliy as you get your young horses Into their stalls Thomas Well sir said Tb mnsUfshoute1 think It could be done provldlii understands the nature of enr yOI gives your inind to it The cleric smiled Thomas might manage horses but workfngmen that was a different matter Perhaps youll think It over and let me know your method he linally eng gLsted Thomas promised and being appeal ed to a few days later was ready with his method And you hunk you have bit on n plan to get workingmen to church Thomas VI tluk so sir JiJJAnd how would you Blindfold em an back em In said Thomas Kansas City Independent- Etlaiu 1ieeaea In Illmtory The famous Edam cheeses which grace the table of every well kept ho tel and restaurant in the country said a prominent grocery man nre oHM a subject of Inquiry ns to what they are and whence they come Their round shape with thnt peculiar red dish purple tinge Is n marked con trast with nil other cheese productions 6f the world There Is nothing new fashioned about them for If colonial tradition Is true Mynheer Peter Ileyls of Edam Ilojlnnd who brought a lot In the hold of his Dutch ship In lOfl the1fancylooking articles that he bought a largo tract of land1 afterward named the Valley of the Swans from the red skins with a barrel of his Edam cheeses After the cheese had been devoured the gentle aborigines repented themselves of tfiolr rash specula Lion and n month Inter massacred the mUte Dutch colony Forrest Great Power An cffemtnate young man an Intense admirer of Forrest enlisted among the supers so as to be nearer his Idol At the end of Forrests mosS effective speech then on the new actor was so InelIdentutter a few remarks be presented him with a dollar as a memento of the occasion On rejoining his fellow supers five in number the happy recipient Rpokc of his good fdrtuue dilating upon the cause thereof At the next perform ance Forrest kept his eye on him toI SIC If he could again so overcome him as to cause him to faint When hq readied the scene and climax his as sixLthe fell over tt1 jGOVERNOR IGoernor has tariff tall mau jov any tariff monopolyS VVorryA1cict e Heart Pains Short of Breath and Languid tDr filcsH art and Nervine Cured It tttn lie years sine Iws cureil uf heait trouble by your lean ami Nerv inc jl1t sound dollar that rgan today For several had Item suffcpnjj with inr heart timesIaccomivmieJ would make languid excite meat or mental woiry would almojt unnerve felt that trouble was worse all the time and after grainy withollthnseconddaywere removed and nevcr WKtACOPEThere beau disease which to clostly resruble those oJ more corp mtshellsIOIWlihokidneSliverorlunfS aynptomsalatiredItchingeasily and apt to worry withput cause If you aTe the that aiiUbeintlicuseof stdaJslYS bottleAddressiles i The EcadytoSerre Cerjal the ABC of good health flay DIll and Healthy wovIdhotpackakeofainpleaaedt nndhealthMus LiVDLEr KEEnQ W8 Kiuerjou the In Kuurscn is un American ns a pa ve of the new world have nn In hcrltniuo pouilinrly 7vn which will grow richer with the spondinjj the of siuli nn Inluritiimx that wo curficlves be spout for the rcjMibUe Fur as we may go be yoiul onr present fniJnrM beyonil wlnt Mcrloy calls this our corrupt pi rind fir nr wt riny go on the tim our noblrr uioil acoouipliilimeats itiul amid all oar discouragementa wo not firgt these nobler ueconi pHihnent far as we may travel up the of our truj Ideals still before us and ever higher on that will be semi the Iteckonin ttgurr will Le heard the urging and voice of Emerson Century fiend Corpuscles The war brfveen tlie white corpus of the blocxl nUll the microbes of disease was first described by the Rus sian pathologist XletchniUoff While himself to the study of In Humiliations In each ease notetl the presence pf white celts In the blood currents in abnormal numbers In side these white cells he Invariably fount the specific microbe of the dis ease under consideration It seemed that the big corpuscles were devouring the poisonous microbes corpuslleIIt thIX overcoming of the white cor ht tonlshmcnt be imagined when t lellof supers In n it ALBERT B CUMMINS OF IOWA Cummins who attracted national attention because of his ndvicacy of the Iowa Idea of reform is a sturdy hnndsotno It11Inll of flfjythree Carpentir express messenger railroad lawyer ernor he has steadily risen year after year lie favors modification the schedules that may be lequlretl to prevent their affording a shelter to Faint Cure Me t Cure am ss IS a In years I Breathing l fluttering feel faint nnd ht least Ihme I the growing tryi symptoms have ere many symptoms excitable least suspicion t J American triot our for spending must t pathway pathway inspiring des devoting h Sometimes t tl uUUtI cnn ali lIIC Ensbil Phnsnt It claimed that the pheasant of tho English pivscrvtM can truc Its ped igree directly to the brilliant bird of tho 58 Ian spcflos in Japan Alout half n teiilury ago ret live pbeiisunts wore broiKht from Junn and crossed with the ninoii spoclta Tie result of this vis is saul thatn nw nice of birds was Irtrodrccd fluId tin beau tlful IUfiiBiiiit with Its iridescent phunajti1 was produced and natural- Ized as an Ingllsi hint The American Father Ascum Another hlbII1I a girl this time eh How does It make you feel to hive a daughter lvop yr One of the first thlnss you think about It Is how a foreign nobleman will come courting her 111mdowJI LiteAsomeLeterisliparticularsuperior social Htnndinf These are referred to constantly They are held lmtrotisInplncesthlrthe liope anti desire of Impressing by standers At linzuitrs Iu the lobbies of theaters at railway stations lIn railway carriages and Indeed wher ever tuexcohmsinv innr ho desctlbl wlmtJsknondence The shoatlng of nicknames itncl Christian names at moments when In ordinary Intercourse one would not be addressing anybody Is alfco one In or offntimncycoos a i w q Jim Dumpsiwas father of a lass J Who by her brightness led her class V t The teacher asked MIss sUon By 1HoW1n t ThIstorytlckled Sunny I Jimf I j r l orce It it lt ttLORD DM AND 1ttt 11 CJAPTAINS MAr t By CYRUS DERtCKSON Pvrla7t ly T JjrCIur ffc Captain Chardon man not Iit I was a private sftdler in hIs AtghanI IIhad bejiii my luck to help him off the field he listed for my d iail ns his man i may have perforrbed all the duties sot valet but thi term wan nevci applied to me As his man I had a Accord behind me nUll a standing among the rank nod tile Cnptniu Chardon came nto posses sion ota large property arid threw up his commission My term of enlistment hall expired and I returned to Eng land with him Tho cnptclu nnd I understood each other very well lIe used to boast so was told that I was one out of a thou sand and I was free to declare thrt io offlccrs man over had a better was teL When he established himself In III ldlni1Xahl Jre- n hn tt1 Hifnllncot ntu There was no wild rioting Captain Ckardou wns n good fcjlow and plenty of good fellows came to see him drank and played but there was noth ing to scandalize In time I got to knofv all his callers hi a way There were three or tour r 01 TUB CALLER IWjKT TUntli ITOn- triauuut blue bloods among tlu n real tlptoiv iKrs who were going the puce and Lord Dull led this crowd When sober he n rnob andii cad When hi his nmlIcj to drink with a gentleman lIe luujf bttn Introduced by n good l friend of my masters anil belujj a lord he was allowed ninny llbertleu over n common er hut believe thatt Captain Chprd oil would have preferred his room to company after lila first visit strange dislike to hinton llrst tookI11rr but of fconrse that didnt count That Lord Dale had made ducks nmi drakes of his lulurltajice and gpne to the money Icjders wnsi couituoweportt but no one knew Jutt Jow Imjy 4ip ht was On his very first visit tooy IOns ter two tradesmen would hngivaylnld him at the door cs he left bad I not Bint them a en n fnlce Wvnt His morning 1n1 cjnsistecl mciifo dul old threats and wrlt femTj were aft er him during the rrst Cf the day Those things did affect his gPiursil rrputatlon however AsW blue blood alord may do many jlflhithmit bring disgrace upon n tradesman Of all the callers at l1rrconI8 no one except Lord Dale tropld inslpt ujwn entering when Inforincfl tthatt the captain was out Soinetltns ilu would find the captain at hoWe but engaged with his letters or accounts or with some old friend of bygone days Att other times ho would ttilItt for him rOt halt on hour or more nnd thou knock things about and go away UI8ll1g1i never could lenru that any of hB calls had any pressing objdet In rt wlt-ns I rather his obstinate bulldozing way lcsponslbIc Jnay Ir tell you bilIicrfl l C0l1tlj IJimany potablC Wctat otCsseio rare1 old asesililil sm 1Iupvaluable came I1cutlms from In thin ivory st tes riOIUJnfn I bad aveclcn written of thim Ilndcl1ckcdOne Frlda ed Daj made a callJ yhicn the e UicountryIi not resuttedlnnili passeonfora llchnJrtunsctn T5 J- I atniv Aesr ay was my cay for chxklng ofT and f hind scarcely begun when l discovered that n Valuable Indian I cameo this missing I knew that camna to hf vt Insn In Is cabinet Friday niornln sXb one but lord Dale had iflfd in the tvrcnty fonr houiat The vsipinn tuniert Saturay after ncuiu ajid eported the Toss Ha- Lcokedntrne for a moment with a seri ous face and then replied Stevens you calit sUBpect Lord Dald- Of taklug that cnneb away dont say that I do sJrbutltbns disappeared trout the cabinet It heJ tITbcl1t a present to my cousin You must ln careful my man or you will get Into troubletI knew that my master 1l1l11 knew he lied to save Lord Dales reputation That cameo was In the cabinet tatter he left for the country It was not forS me to assert or argue however said not n word more but accepted the buke In humble spirIt and went about my duties After that L checked off the property every day taking the hour between 0 and 10 In the forenoon when I was at leisure- It wasnt many days before the lord was back agaln4aud waster fortunately was out From a hiding place pre pared In advance I saw tUe caller jewelIhandled dagger as coolly as been thieving all his life More than that I followed hits when he left the house and was close at his heels when he entered the shop of a dealer to dis pose of ills loot It was next morning before I had opportunity to speak to the captain Then I said I beg pardon sir but may I ask It Lord Dale Is off in his head Why do you ask he queried In reply Because ttie property he carried away from these rooms yesterday can be f und at Regent street Perhaps Vie other missing article Is there too Master mode no reply whatever But an hour later he strolled down to the dealers found all his missing property and brought it back When he catae home he put the bundle Into my hands and said IYes Stevens Lord Dale Is slightly off but the matter Is confidential apd nicest go no further You had best lock the cabinets after this and put the keys In your pocket ThQt was nlln11 until Lord Dale ci with the mania of plunder iu his soul called again Master load slipped out l only a quarter of an hour bet re My lord had not been In the sitting room five minutes when he came ont to me with a curious ook on his face nail said iw Stevens I see that your master has been buying several new curiosities of late Yes sir I replied Yes sir he picked up several new things at Regent street the other day and that nre i Jthe charwoman I havi nit Hm Urn I tiiiiiknteethink I will be going IHe went and that was his last call mdnt the rooms I do not know vhat cr pin nations my master made If any but I know I made none How could i1 a gentlemans man accuse a bluet blood of thldvcry The Impertinent Walter He entered n drug emporium a nil said to the clerk In n VIgorous tone without a trace of shame or diffidence Give me a bottle of the Jest hair storer youve got rej astonishment The clerk looked at him with son Interpreting his look the customert said Yes Its for myself and Im not ashamed to soy o either For years Ive laughed at tin references made to icy hairless I considered It n food joke bccausclm still young and llioimmls of oldf men than I still have oIl their hal and I dout regard otnlffnnow want hair top of jy hoid The Into strew came today hen I went u restaurant whe Ive be pn In th habit of dining w a friend Thlla trIfttliaiihair which gives ui a rather youth jIful appearance Well when thoValter cyue to take f my order he nosed as usual and then remarked Ither Impertinently jf I thought jI Wheres yotf son today New York lelegruw ilantlnc 0 reachierous Soil Snipe KUootlnon un Irish bog Is an e client text a gunners skill an cythuDlusm In experienced bog sJootcr if he fps himself going down throws hI1JS nut on his side or back ml nt the sJu time throws his gun to his attcndJf generally an unshod gossdon tt p rarely falls to catch It The solution of being bogged very unplonAtt but It n man throws himself on Js side or back there is strength entigli In the peat to sup port his biyFortyflve Years of Sport I = a TIPaiest J Compound CORES RHEUMATISM l1t r Rhcamaiism which does its terrible wet in the musiles Joints and tissues is caused by I 1uric add which gathers in the blood Tocet rid of this poisonous atid which produces the 111Irril1tfons ns agonies inflammation and swclUncs pecuU1r to rheumatism Painetl Celery Compound should be used dt delay Nj other medicine gives such prom cheering mid happy resultiIt is the only lflC5jiflC hal prevents a return ot the dreaded disease Paiaes Celery Compound braces Jnc nerves thi blood is quickly cleared pi aU irritating poisons tissue and muscle arc buQt pAndthe digestive organs perfectly toned Do not treat with indifference the slightest rheumatic symptoms the early use of Paine Celery Compound will save you weeks or months of suffering MrS D Conway Lows Mo was permanently cured by Palnes Celery Compound after repeated lap nre3 with other medicines pad physicians lbe say I am 64 yeses of age and have lived s W Louis 27 elniandall this tiznfth the exception of three years I have served in the iEtlguiccrs Department as Inspectdr Lvihlcr I contracted thennutUm and was laid I tried all remedies and doctors but e failed until slmck Paine Celery Cornpouod 1which harmade permanent cure in roy case have recommended It to and they have used it with the same result POB HOME USE AID IOOIOMT Diamond Direction book nd DTQL BuritoitWJ VI I g 1i kSf rF ti temUsottgnatnr SOfliiisnpervsloa and nas been made under Ids ji I 1tafutaM7t Julojviio One to deceive yojilathte InEXpermcntsof Indnts afld Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless Substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrup i It is PldMMifc Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Kareetfe substance Iti age is It5s guarantee It testroys wora aAIM1WwCollcand Flatulency Jt assimUatcstlio Food regiiI teat Stomach and Bowels giving Jienltliy awl aatmral ififrfT The Cuildrcn 3 Panacea Tlib Mothers TrleHar y IGENUINE CASTORIA LWAY Signature of A rt it TM KinpouIaYe Always Boughtt In 4Jse For Over 30 Years MuaMAYslzrygswysaacifl tiJurax in leg ucxnc Eorax water is a gbcdllilbs to hnve about the wssbstriud It fa easily made Pour a pint cf boiling waes over six tablesnoonfuls of powdered r crystallized borax and let It get cold then strata and bottle The water will take Just dbout ibis ffmonnt of borax this being a saturated solution Keep well corked anna diet can enter Wucu washing In bard water add a spoonful of this solution amithe watTm be smooth and pleasant besides helping the little sore or inflamed places which are so apt to comO on the hands when doing housework Pour roma on your toothbrush and It W111t help whiten the teeth If the teeth bad or the mouth sore or bad wnI r lasted with twice as much 1p month cOIIleadaclic The ordinary feminine headache will be greatly relieved arid In many eat J entirely cured by removing the waist toneB dlCSj knptting the hair hIgh op pa the head out of the way and vrble leaning over the nplnclngo a sponge soaked In water as hot as It can be borne oil the back of t neck Repeat this many times also applying the sponge behind the en the strained muscles nnd nerves ithve caused muc1zmiery will rejnntl felt to relax find smooth themselves deliciously nnd very frequently the I promptly vanishes in consequence A Common Color- The elder Dumnitancc Xvas wearing the ribbon of a cert hi order having recently been made a commandant nnd nn envious friend remarked up It ily dear fellow staid th cortical Is n wretched color r One Avould think it was your woolen vest thatVas shcwlug pliIumas tk on Its not n bad color It Is exactly the shade of tile spur grapes In trube sryOiaj wlga sinai the early jhrlstlaha from A D 42I to X D fliT considered afalsehead UnctIoi1Thlsrn who In vain declared them devices and inventions of the devil and Clement of Alexandria who warned hIs hearers that when the sabred hands of tilt clergy were lad on their heads tim bless Ing would not iwnetrate through fztlsabair Fireside Reilectionx It has been esthrunted that there ni only 00000 really handsome men StotesEferyratnwonsders where the other nro Being a bachelor Isa good deal Ill o plAying solitaire You can always client yourself Into the belief that youre having a good tithe- Why does It always seem to ial harder on a Sunday Just before burc time than on a Saturday just before catlnee time The larger a husband Is the smaller he Ia made to feel sometimes llousc keeper Chamberlains Colic CtoeraUntllrrN rhJea tcmedv Is every where recognized as the one remedy hat can alTtays be depended rkuron and that is pleasant to takc It is csyociallv valuable for summer diarrhoea in children and is undoubt cdly the means of shying ifie liveSiof a great many children each year sale byHavdon drugstore ItrUartll 1 EtideUC6 Fresh tesUnlony in reat quaa lity is constantly coming in de claTins Dr Kings New DJscovt erir for Uonputnption JtligfoI- dand Colds to be ui equaled Aj tecebt expression from T J 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