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I 4Jc j J l ht i k h f r r t I1HC NEWSLEADERaI c i i f v j J 4 J W IfI8nyQ0 X No 30 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JfB 80ri903 pf 1 00 A4 j 1Qflr I J 1 BURTOti100 lEftTAfJ5aI II It cmTJI kev tf u- riiPHONL 53 r I Mi DIRECTORY fritDKHTWiaJ cntyseat of Wiukiacte CMwtySf mile couth sM fre rierte 59 wUcs from I Us1 Hadaf LuI1a4 3satUk iz4 I a sa sa4 acrittara14ahlct aI trlepkooc i UJs11ge1 9 S posi1 piofiI tvscai- wQ1It1rt cgess Eon u LYLllcX7Iill h J Xe t cky Legiw s ADf UYC to State fteBteHoa Lc7Ir wtaiUe XY CItr tery oocmctnTCOUJtr C4tCc c becia em the fourths uiIa rif FeW May aMVQcto cza 1MMC j Judge W JL SwctMey Cmttmoaweiltk q At I MMT v 01 tkIfCsbt1Aey Muter CojamUs Jf QAKTMUY COURT Q cicrlyO rtt heldott the third l 4iy hi cadaUa B L Llter orie COUHTY COURT catyct trt meets on the fourth ta ectt uith L IsItzey5IdC t WFXoejcer CetfMtv Clerkii oft Mires Ceuety Attorney GeergeCitkttJalkr Bjrekr aker fUteritf RkfetrA Isltaai 44IyOIbere t IUWOjDeputL E4 J JAM Metre Oownity SiirvcTor 1 1 JUyalty Assessor r 4r Or7tDeputYr Xefctrt Xec Treasurer afcMwtgoiftery Coroner JJf l Isk Sept of Common P OSPr1Ndel- d1g CITY COURT J 4lqoe Police ludCCoj eJba elhrj1 t4 W D daybrooke City Attorney f diJUI TieJl COURT jHfjtee Cxtrts are held lEi January l A iily amiOctobe- rKcJiiurcli Dirtcuty r BAPTIST CHURCH Rvfl J Cannou Pastor 8er WeyryIIuiiM7atlI am and 13- 0a a Scljoel at 830 Prayer y t M eH f M W4 iM4ay night at 740 MBTHODIST CHURCH f zer J D Ward Pastor Service l t titt Ttntaai Third SandarI etch MHithmtU a aaI14130 pn Son 4 y Sehtlct ry Siiaday atlO ai Pfayw tetUC every Wednesday kht cATHOLIC CHURCH p R T4P F ReoT jt0r Su leMejrcry iNwUy at8 audiO oclock a a4kIk atSt Rose aame hoars J cgRI8T1AucauxcH v iff Li T UxrPa l 5 Service aMlourth Swadky1 each i i It t 16YTKKIAlf OHpRCH- zJtiTiiG A iifaiotkkiMl Ptor- Pr wy 8 d yatll L- itII T pa y Mhool ev ry- ft wfef ftt It aa Prayer aseetlngr TbyyfBt actoek jrtiaI ordrsp 0 3Atizc oDsprIigeld 1gdg K Jt attct Mcoad Monday 1eacIr r hHizt R 0 Chapter WHH every RJltaTlt- iirWIC wcll JCtt5 awets on ylLluvs- I I1 tt Auu1leet 1 Nirr J4MdIY in each month I i11 1r i IiI 1 I jt iw iti u QJ Baln 11j f ROUND U Of jLgm r ill The Country r1It seems to Id like to go bella dont ring nor whiatlea blow- N A clocks doat strike nor gongs sound And Id have stlllnesa all around Not real stillness but just the trees Low whisperings or the hum of bees Or brooks faint babbling over stones In strangely softly tangled tones Cr may be a cricket or katydid Or the songs of birds in the hedges hid Or just some such sweet sounds as thete Toni a tired heart with ease If twerent for sight and sound and na ll Id like the city very well But wherf it comes to getting rest lUke the country jots the best- S Baetiiaes iitjeems to me I must Just quit thecitys n and dUt And get out wberethe sky is blue And say now how does it seem to you Eugene Fie- ldB EAUTIFy THE TOWN The suggestion about Wee planting made in this column two weeks ago appears to havemet with the approvall of all good people who aTe interested in the beauty and healthfulness of our town and several enterprising citizens have taken tne matter up and are organizing a syste matic plan where y it fs hoped to have shade trees set out along all the principal streets of she town lhe matter of expense which will be comparatively small when results are considered will doubtless be cbeerfujiy bourne by individual property holders or it is possible that the town will ayl in the matter AL any Iha1bejcally atd in a manner that will guarantee them to live some ex- Perienced hard should be em ployed to do the work and the trees should be bought of a re liable nurseryman It iis 10 be hoped that by fall all arrange meets will have be n made and that these steps towards restor- Ing the shade trees of t e own will be takenI r OHONaYThe X LebanonjlEn r terprise says Mr Alfred Dhoney of near Springfield Dn Wednesday purchased of Mr Sam 0 Mackin the mttcrs half interest in the livery stable of M cldn Brown and takes pos session tomorrow Mr Dohoney is ahustling thrifty gentleman and thoroughly familiar with the business Mr Mackin has no decided what he will engage in hilt his many friends hope hewill remain here Mr Doboney has one othebest farms in the Beenh land neighborhood this county which he expects to sell this fall and move to Lebanon Mr Harry Brown who will continue as partner in the livery stab e is a ioriner Washington county man gUSTLING The directors of the Washington Ccunty are hustling with the ad vertjsing matter and in other ways to boom the next hir which begins on the 26th of this month ana the indications are that the associations meeting this year will be a success in every respect Several hundred dollars have been added 10 the premium lit for live stock exhi bits and the list for the first day includes specimens of womens handiwork and agricultural products has been thoroughly revised One of the most im portant improvements made at the grounds for years was the building of the floral halt which was done this summer This is something which has been needed all along and articles which are now placed on exhibitioni in that department the firt day may re main4uqve balance of the meeting 4 UBNISHES PIcTtmEs9fr PEA Goaf the local photpjr rapher has been bfftclally ap pO nted to Jfurnish pbptogranht and views Washington county products and scenes to be put pi exnibition in Kepuckysdlsplay il tbe Worlds paIr The collec tkHi will inclpde fine horses cattf and other blooded stock TMwa grcwing crops such at tobacco in its various stages oj growth views of public build ings and private homes point Hff of bistorial interest and so forth Inasmuch as Mr Cox isjo do his work without any renumera tion from the Worlds Fair management the peoplo should ren der him all assistance possible inmaking this collection M of Bitter ffitt Two physicians had a long and stubborn figbt witban abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont GaCland gavejme up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New discovery for Consumption The oeneBt I receiued was striking ana I was on my feet in a few davs Now Ive entirely regain ed my health It conquers all Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Tioubles Guatanieed by C J Ha duns Thug Sore Pric 5Qc arid 1 00 Trial bo tie treeTo ACOOMODAXB those who are par tial tothE use of atomizers in apply- Ing liquid into the nasal passages for catarrbal troubles the sroprietors pre pare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tuba is 75 cents Druggists or by mall The liquid embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Cream Balm I quickly absorbed by the membrane aed docu not dry up the secsetiona but changes them to ft natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 56 War reaStNY Killed a Bad Negro News has just heed received here that a fe days ago Judge Eastland Lee shot and killed a negro man at his home Browns yule Tenn The trouble grew out of u lawsuit The negro me Mr Eastland on the toad and aqv sed and threatened him and was shot Judge Eistland got his title from having made the race for county judge in Boyle county years ago He is one of a larg and excellent family and a man of good characeeriand habits his mother and two sistess still live at the home place between Harrodsburg and Danville his father bavfng been tr llud several years ago in a difficulty which grew out of a dispute over a di vision fence Mr Eastlands wife is a sister of Mrs Bush Allin and a most excellent lady They removed to Tennessee about seven years ago Harrodsburp Democrat Saw The ChIldren Ninety nine 01 every hundred die eases that children have are due Jto dis orders of the stomach aud these dis orders are all causep Jjy indigestion Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure is jjust as good for children as it is for adults Chil dren thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth and development Mrs Henry Carter 705 Central Sreet Nashville Tenn says My little boy is ow three years old and has been suffering frum indigestion ever since he was born I ha e had the best doctor in Nashville but failed to do him any good After usiig one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby I recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by O J Haydon Valuable Painting found What is supposed to be a very valuable painting has been dis covered in a pile of rubbish in the gallery of Mie olKchurch of St Catherines at New Haven Sav1iorosi the Cross and is by Van Eyck the celebrated Flemish artist who died in 1440 The discovery of this valuable painting was made by Mr F O Raab an Austrian artist who is engaged in reno vating the pictures in St Cath erines church The picture which is about five feet by six was jremoved from its place be bind the altar io the church about hirtv years ajro to make room torThe Queen of Angels by Martin1 IAfter Its removal it was thrown into the gallery of the church as worthless Tnpugh cracked and torn Mr Eaab claims that he will be able to restore it loiits Original beauty and freshness which will make itvery taluabe When renewed it will berreplaced in the church The picture was broughtfrom France by one of the early Missionary priests1 fc rcLstown Standard An oldrandmarlcIf The Mr S T Lloyd of brings to ourdeathfOffOf minds was the G7nerof a a flour mill situate on Salt River where the Ixiuisville and Bards town pikeI crosscs the river The mill iife early days was called the Telegraph mill and was run entirely by steam powerJ In later ycajrs a dam was built across the river and turbine watar is now used During the civil war the mill barely escaped destruction by fire General Buell was retreating through Kentucky followed by the Confederates under General Bragg After the U S troops over the bridge that spans the river dt this point General Buell order ed the bridge destroyed it being a large double track covered structure It made a fierce fire aid for sometime it seemed as if the mill land toll house were domed bujt the wind blowing from the orha est kept the flames and parks from igniting the property It iis said the wife of Mr jjames Clark living near the scene died from fright during he eixui ement Spencer ouierI gfnioide Promllte The startling announce at thai a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precede suicide and komethiag has been found that will prevent that con cition tint makes suicide likely At sh first thought of self de struc ion take Eltctric Bitters It being a great tonic and ner vine will strengthen tho nerw and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by U J Hiiydon Druggit DeVitt Is THe Name When von go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWITT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is thetiest salve in The wrrld for ruts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWiHs Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless coun- terfeIt to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of B Cl DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by C J Ha ydon Great Meetlnrj The greatest religious meeting in the history of Hacrodsburg oniuciedby Rev Mr Williams is overbut its inttluence will befell for years There 229 pro fessions and conversions of which 153 are men and boys and Osiris and women just the reverse of the usual piopoition But these wbeonlylhe outward results The chnrch and whole communi ty have been quickened spiritually and all are more rady to work than ever before As the meeting drew to a close the in terest grew intense and the Christian workers more zealous Every meeting yielded nearly a score of converts who came to work and thus the number and earnestness of the pea nal workers increased till it was well nigh irrestableThe attendance which averaged 1200 at every meeting continued so fast the seating ca pacity added necame inadequate but hundreds stood at evtry meeting during the longpervices ThejCiimax was recacied Sun day No less than 1200 came to the morning service and at night fully 1000 more simply packed the Academy yard Danville Advocate Kentucky Fair Odes The dates for the various lairs are fixed as follows Lexington Aug lO6 days Fern Creek Aug 184 days Lav renceburg Aug Iff days Shepherdsville Aug 184 days Maysville Aug 194 days ShelbyVilld Aug25r5days- Sprin field tLtug 264days Bardstpwn Sept 15days NicholasviJIo S ptJ4 days Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 154 days Kentucky State Fair OwenS boro Sept 216 days Honker on S 1t295day WI II1 1 Washington County Products WllfI be Shown at Worlds fair I PEOPLE t J Messrs R El Hughes and W H Newman representing tbB Kentucky Exhibit Association of Spring17field quite successful in securing con tributions of money and promises of displays of Washington coun ty products for Ken ticks exhib- It Other counties in Kentucky must look to their laurels if they expect to beat Washington in th tobacco exhibit at the Worlds Fair in St Louo next year atlPhiladelphia a pound of white burley tobacco grown in this county the farm i ers didnt knowlithe weed would prove sustaining prop much less lucrative Ten years later it was discovered through the reports ot State Geologist Proctor that the soil around hje e was peculiarly adapted to the production of white burley Broad acres which until this time had been in rich grass thtit sent out to the world liyestck tthatmous were now plowed anqt rows of long green leaves sooi Washingttonture that when the second great exposition of this country wa held at Chicago in 1893 tobaccc from this county was a premium winner f Tbe industry has increased with passing years unil the eve of the third great Worlds Fair of the United Stales tineas a bg re handling plant located here1 from which 000000 pouode were sbipped llast year and bet sides it has a twist and smoking tobacco factory and a cigar ordersBothmakal displays at St Louis while many grovers will send samples for the loaf exhibit Assurance of ths was given two representa lives of the Kertucky Exhibit AssociationW H Newman Chairman of the Building Com mittee and the Secretary of the organization who visited here Friday in the interest of the Sates representation at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition These gentlement having brought aimuch needed rajn with them found Springfield in a giving mood They enlisted the support of Railroad Commissioner Cnarles C McChord County Attorney T Scttt Mayes and W D Claybrooke the Legislative candidate all qt whom devoted the day to the canvass for sub scriptions to the 100000 fund being raised by the exhibit asso ciation1 The list was beaded by the First National Bank for 50 the conuibution being made by the Vice President Hon John W Lewis The Peoples Bank is expected to fojlow suit as President G A Robertson Vice- Preslc1ent 1 11 Thurman azt Cashier Boulw re will bring the mater before the directors Other subscriptions were W C McChord and U C McChord 10 each I H Thurman W D Claybrooke T Scott Mayes W E Sel cman Ha don Barbor 5 each C J Haydon J C Mc Elroy Robertson Bros 250 each and C W Hagan 150 Aj lsFalling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair 4feed it with the only hair food Ayer Halr Vigor It checks falling hair makes thC hair IImrVigor itIrQfI completelyf cures danIdruff And it always colorto gray hair all the rich dark color of early life 0 r hair wu SalUnr oat Wlr ui I afrat1 would lee lt an Then I tried Ayert JI6IrVJror Ii s4Iystof4dthe1sUi4g i= j Nrr- iabettlejdflhlttkrjJ442 fZllliJt Ifttir Ia vvu r Mr Thurman will be asked to take the Chairmanship the Finance Committee for this county to complete the list It is believed that at least 150 more will be contributed from here offir town where they hope to raise iOO or 800 from the bankers distillers live stock men Diner chants etc etc Beware of Ointments For Catarrh That Contain Mercnry as mercury will 1estrby the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly deriv from them Halls Catarrh Core manufactured by F J Cheney 4 Co Toledo Ohio contains no mer cury and is taken Internally acting upon the blood and mucous surfaces or the system In buying Halls Ca tarrh Cure be sure you get the gen uine It taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cbeney Co TtstlmoniasrreeoJd Price 756 per bet tie Halls family pills are the best Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their ac don and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Phil pot of Albany Ga says During bilious attack I took one Smail as it was it did me more good than rillsIfected me pleasantly Little Early Risers are certainly an iideal pill Sold By C J Haydon Afraid to Cross The On Dit column in the CourierJournal contained the following Mr Nim Buster v JrQf Hat rodsburg was at the Willard llast night on hiway to Tennessee on a vacation of two weeks He is in ode of the oldest banks in Barrodsburg and is regarded as of the best young business min n that city I saw a queer thing coming in here to day h saiduA woman was on the train going to Lexington She bad gotten on the train at Burgin and was going to Lexington by way of Lawrenceburg This seemed unnsual as the Queen descent runs straight from Bur gin to Lexington and it is much closer that way than going over the 8 uihern I thought at first that she might hayelti pass over the Southern and Mas willing to go out of her way to save rail road fare But I heard ber talk ing to some one and learned tbat she was afraid of crossing High Bridge ov er the Kentucky riverft The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignificant iuts or puny boils bave paid the death penalty It- S wise to have BucklenSArnica Salve bandy Its the best Save on earth and will preveut fatal ity when Burns Sores Ulcer aud Puss threaten Only 25c at Haydcus drug store Dysentery Cured Without The Aid Of A Doctor I am just up from a hard spell of the flux dysentery say Mr T A Pinner a well known merchant of Orummond Tenn I used one bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without haying doctor I consider it the best cholera medich in the world There is no need of employ lug a doctor wheu this remedyia used for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults It never falls and is pleasant to take For sale by Hcydonr drug stores Summer Fairyland Tp those who are planning a summer outing and seeking green fields and pastures wt some place where they may cast care aside and commune with primitive nature where tho the sun shines ever brightly cooling breezes alway blow4 and great heat iis unknown it is safely promised that among the socks and lakes of the Muskdka district about 100 miles north of Torpjifo situated in the BIghIandsotOn- tarto 1000 feet above sealevel they will lcd enchantment Handsome illustrated deicfip tive publicatiops will be sent free to any address on apphca tion to R McO Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railwayl Woodward aye Detroit Kodol Dyspepsia Cart iftiMts what you Mtf Three Hoops Harrodsburg gave to the world this week three hobos in the persons of Gaither Van arsdall Allin Reichenberg and Price Hanna These young men left here Tuesday night for Bur gin where they expected tc catch a freight train for th0 South and will go first to Chat tanooga and from there to several other cities in the south They were all dressed in blue overalls and presented almost as tough looking appearance as though they had been hoboing for several years They are simply going for the novelty of the trip and to see the sights and will beg their way Each one signed a pledge not to do any work while on the trip Itis quite likely that before many moons shall wax and wane thpywilt come home like little Bopeeps sheep and we will welcome them home like the anxious father did the prodigal sonHarro burg Democrat Puts an End to it Ml- A grievous wail pftimes comes as a reault of unbearable pats from overtaxed organs Dizzi ness Backache LiyerComulaint- aiid Constipation But tnanks to Pr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to itall They are gentle but thorough Try then Only 25c Guaranteed by Haydon Drug Store Boy CUred Of COll After Pfiysieife Treatment Had Failed My boy when four years old was taken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for the doctor and be injected morphine but tbe child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and n half an hour be was slle tngaiHlJO- recoveredF a L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkins Is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by Haydons tfrug store BEECH fORK PEARLS finest to be feint Says John RoblnsoR Pearl Diver John Robinson Pearly as he is generally called isin town today disposing Qf pearls brought up from the bottom ol the Beech Fork Mr Robinson has beets a pearl diver for thirty seven years and tells us that in all that time he his never found a stream so stocked with mussel1 pearls as the Beech Fork He says the mussel shells area lime stone formation and consequently are never found in streams where limestone is not found In the Beech Fork he has toned mussels which he is confidenf weigh 14 or 15 pounds but in the larger shells it iis his exper ietice that fewer pearls are found The fOrmattoiot the pearl has been watched in all Its stages by this old pearldiver According to him dne or more grains of sand find their way through some crack DC breakage 4theshell and when the crackclosesv up the pearl forms by accretion about the sand grain and assumes its exact shape The pearl whilst growing remains attached 0 the shell wall bu eventually separates itselfj and when lull grown and perfect is found em bedded in the flesh pf the mussel in the Beech Fork river which according to Mr Robinsop is the queen among peal streams the niost beautifult varieiiesi of pearls are found leadcolored pearl the ne1igbtI colored the Oriental ful lich huednethe deeppink the lavender pink the Chaldean pearl the amethyst and the black are all fouad in the Beech Fork The lower part of the stream is better than the upper and the most valuable pearl known to have come from its waters was found by Mr Robin sot several years ago just below the bridge near Bardstpwn near Big Rock and sjd tp Rogers Ppttinger for 350 oThe evening hi made this find ho found two other valmable pear one of which Te sold to to the late A R Russell his frieni for year for 45 and the other he soldto wh si he can not recall for 2- 5YeUrdayh4 difpoft Of OM tb MrBen Johaacm or15ta d one to Mrs Elliott we are in formed for 80 and sold several jiot so valuable to other parties ftA The pearidiVer seems to beaa absentminded man and unselfish Coming here from Boston he forgot one little package of his treasure for which he jsretuninj today Expecting to disposeot j them inBardstown on his retnn tresays there is a h e in Hef T river below Boston w ich he ex jpects to search soon and iro which he expects to get vaSftsJ dupf uli of pearls s r JtrIn diving for pearls ItgSujIj uses regular diviog suit mid sometimes employs a man 16 pump him the necessary air ana so much time has he spent m the water that the statement AJHJgj makes regarding his alUt1 s simply reduced to this When in the water Im all right when c out of it Im all wrougRobin a ttjtonand bears the mark of his services in a scar left by a ball that pased through his left hand taking away onekhuckle with itt He is satisfied that he can go to the Kentucky horse for old C6nfed4 erate Soldiers shouldt ever be come necessary He was born at Staunton Va and seenas to Ihvetaken up thIs strange par suit from an uncle who was also a divrr for pearls rtV The Record questioned him re girding toe availability 6fthe local supply ofnissei shellt Jott the manufacture of pearl but tons and he said tb suts Pl ire is greater han and far pe iptryto thebefls found In the Ohio river near Lomsville Nel89ii Record IHot Wise Thereisan oldallegoricalpicturei of a girl scared at a grasshopper bat In the act of heedlessly treading a snake This is paralleled by the man f moneybui1ding sJSafChamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy as K iafegaard f against bowel complaints whbse vie tims outnumbeMhose of the cycloHe t thundred to one ThbrcmedylseveryY where recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicLie In use for these diseases For sale by Haydoks drug store S ath and vigor com of gxJodfood duly digestedForce- a wheatand ifr ley food adds no udent9ts- ustains nourishes nvigor l i 1 Xworn t physical debility cnt off iromi6e s r pleasures of life at anage when T4should hate the most enjoyment The reasonis ofcen dlwascd or inactive kidneys Wlth these JJtaas ailing no one cairbe well The ueffGAYUB has restore d naliy ofe rtssil1vahdrto trlaJUl and robust l health Sold by Wood A Gambel Cpmmissipner3 Sale Mattia Ifoman 0 Puffs IGf9rt f By virtue of a JJudgment and oo-of sale of the Waabfngton coart rendered at the October teathereof 1 02iin the Above caueIs- hall proceed to offer for qals at tbs tCourt Bouse door in Sprlagilelfl Xnv ON MOHDAY AUGUST 54 is j at 2 Oclock pm or therealKMt M hig county court day to tin k kesi bidder atpnbHoanctioaupcHi a credit of 6 12 and 18 month th foitowi c described property towit f Two tracts of land sltaated hTaNiiogton county Ky aM tret Ne 1 thus bounded towlt O the aottb by the lands of Gabs CterJc aa dBrobthe ewt by the katie ofT AJ Miller bytltlandsbythe4andst l Initr something neat 40 lWreL TractNo 2 is tbas bo B4W tawitr On the north by the Mode ptLe rHoman on the 6t by the ot fee Obessur aod I e HOBMUI ea the south by the iandt r WIlLKIfIM lLMlMirJenktnor less Sot the tpurcbue fc the p r chaset or purchasers wkka p eve4 zIii4qbondbearlcgl ott sale until peJd having the fete and effect of a JOdjI llisifswl1be required toc iplyTrittttfcee terras TH03 MEDLEY H C w cc IMrs l Ifollie AlIen ol South Tedc Ky says she has preventet a ssiiu of cooler mprbve by taklagChaiifc lalat Stomach and LiT Tabi4a when she felt an attasir cemiag Such attacks areBMallycaHie by Io digestion and these fttbktta areSu what is ne ted to cleanse andWtrdO the JlKyeBtedhtHaydoas druf ijtore I ya if 4gooni fornwrly ooc1 2Pdce alco 10011f rftoor above Fhpa iii ilur Mi xptft IoB jplHi UNt ii r iOiiiws LEADER 1 FOTtTMTODEVEKY THURSDAY 1 t 1iAYEARJN ADVANCE f SPRINGFIELD i t E L DAVlS0NJr EDITOR jure FCBUSHSK r llkaetl or bptlfle3 notices 10 cents per 4ich subsequentinsertion Calls on candldaja a and pollticilmatter cents per tin Job wotk Is done at low rates let cash oust be paid on delivery of goods SS AtVmtfaiii contracts made on liberal dF rjbte and resolutions Of respect S 1 TtTS ctyMaglst tes2Ceuaty Officers i DtstrlctOmccs If IiI THURSDAY AUGuST6 1903 ofS55j i Fo Circuit Judgs CSlVeario anthoriied to announce thc- nameof GHARIvES PATTESON a1 candidate for the Office of Circuit Judge of this the Ifleyenth Judicialr 5S IHstHot composed of the Marion Taylor Green and Washington j subject to tbeDomocratic primary m CConm3nwcalth Wa are authorized announce BL DURHAM of Green county is acandidat for the pfflco of Commonwealths Attorney Tanbject to the action of the Damo bSJudicial rldi8trIctP composed of tbe eoit1es of Washington Marion TayIeraudGreent or ttrcuit Clerk We are authorized annmncb lIE FM CAMPBELL as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Waehlngion county November election If ejected will be ss38tedt 1n theomoo bytS For StateenatorS Yare authorized to announce fURRY LANCASTER of Marion county asa candidate joi the office of State Senator from the IBth Senatorial district subject to the aion of thor Democratic party For RepresentativeS eSWe are authorized to jan jounce Mr WlttrlAM D OLAYBROOXE BI a candidate for the office of Representative In the lovei house Kentucty Legislature Iron Washington county aSg5The ttjs imony in the Jett 4 While case is drawing to a close ffio Commonwealth has mad out a strong caseiamfeii conv c ton1uokcdfor5t l r introduced a number o witncsses butjnost of them Buffered severe 1 Jynttihe handthe4Crnrnon Vt- ticfony e tbTbe burhorhe tenl was introduced with n view to establish an alibi but lessi tfianhalf a dozen cf those wKo testified made a creditable showing The Commonwealth J issn t will make anl effort tc w snow that three of the alibi- It lttcases vehb have testified were riot in Jackson ptri the day orf the muider 4 AnaIl call is pubU heel tus issi tom the chairman oft the Republican District Co trait r tee ote lith Judicial di nc- IoLLEtstrict t i convention to c f J lheld at Lebanon August 20 for the purpose jof nominating cant lI didates for Circuit Judge andi Commonwealths Attorney County conventions to iinstruct delegates will bo JiuJd in each lii county pri Saturday August 5 c3St t judicial d strict have nominated Judge James Br athitt of Hop iunsville for Circuit Judge 5Th matter of making nom ir a lion for Corn momv al t h s Attor neywAs referred to the Repubt Jban Disrict vPmmitlee f 4 On taq sevenlh bllPt Cardinal Sarto patriarch of Venice vas le tedlout seed the late Leo its Pope Tie selectioht was made jptiftnimouilyi T EnewPope adopted the nameKJf Plus X lotoYrWise I iThere Is an old allegorical PiCl I 3dscarcclat a grolsshoppert 4f lhaajctof heedlessly treading zeorj vsnake Ih1ais paralleled by the who spends a lrpe sum of money tQIt1Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safcgua d1 A against bowel complaints whose tirn9ntIumberthose orthp cyclone s- iJiaWwidt6 oac This rem Yfii vcry where rccoizcd as the most prompf arnl reljablfl jaedicije rn1ieforthstt tfij4MieBi For sate by Ilayjdons dru stores HOW MANY HANDS t do you suppose dipIinto that bulk coffee befpr you buy it LnC fleeco- mes in sealed air tight packages no chance for Tiandling or dirt or things tog tin Clean Fr sh and Fraflrant Gpmmissidnrs Salet TMaggie 1elIvc puffs V8 Equity ii W s Clements c dfts By virtue ola judgment and orderS f saiQ of the Waobington circuit court rendered at the October ieim thereof 1902 in the abovjc cause I hall proceed to otTer for aala at the o t House doorin Sj ingtteld Ky ON MOKDAYT AUGUST 21 1903ra t oclock pm or tbereaboqtbet highestiddertb foUoWin1described A trct of land situated in Wash fngton county Kv on tho waters of Koqk Run and thus bounded oir the north by tho lands of Mrs Elizabeth and William Meek on the est by the county road on tbo south by the land1 of Stepuen Wheatlcy and t byhecontainicr 00 acres pnrIcbasond hoarlrg legal interest from date 6t sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders wH be required to comply with these termsTHO3 MEDLEY M r W c c PLATONIC FRIENDSHIP 4oznothinir Which In lOs Modern Sense Ilcto Xcvcr Ilidcratood The name pIn t ulc is not very nc cur tcly used when it is cmplojfd to discuss the friendship of a man and a woman into which there enters nltracet of amatory sentiment Ilnto various treatises especially tLc Tl minus rind tile Symposium sltak Indeed ofa love whkh fret from sensuousness ueinj the love of sou for soul but Pluto whoso spirit wn Ungcd with asceticism ws not tioat ing of woman at rH and tu gtiiinl vhat lit says upon this tliqine refers wholly to the nffeetiou of mali fpi man of the binding force of hJh chiracter and houor lIe so stl to fay that tho true lover Is to br compared with the trru pliilosopliov rising from the contenmhstiou of the many who url beautiful to the cou 1Jltlshe discusses lbeauty he uses the wont lmost as the equivalent of goodness that fs luau etlilfal rather than in physicall sense Therefore platoiilv friendship In its modern conventional meaning Is something which never en teretl Platos mind Platonic Friend ship in CosmopolitanS nn Inlreson A Virginia senator was talking of negroes and their love of making im presstons He culled attention to the well known fact that negroes u6 a rule when paying for u ten cent purchase will deliberately fumble through u large number of bills though they have tho ten cent piece in another pocket The senator then told the sory of negro who saw an advertisement while road Trunk exactly like cut t On the trunk appearrtl in large figure 075 As file negro contemplated a trip through the north he orwardpd the mony for a trunk When tIlt trunk arrived the coral in tin was very indignant The figures wore miss- Ing from its side lIe returned flit trunk demanding his money batk cause of the important omission Sllie trunk firm saw tli point a mUted Its error and by way tf makhi amends agreed to paint an additional figure When the trunk arrived the second tiinp the negro was satisfied On It side in glaring colors were the figures 1075 The Pnrltnn Fntlicrn null Sniolilnrr The Puritan fathers were greaty addicted to smoking Indeed the proc tice became so common that cverthe straitlaced observers of times and sea- Sons actually shinked in church ThI- custom soon caused very considerable annoyance as the religious exercise were greatly disturbed by the clink theiriLords day going to or coming from the meetings within two tithes of meeting house shall pay 12 pence foi ever such default Under this law several persona were actually htned bit the punishment failed to secure tin carrying out of the arbitrary second portion of the enrctmiht First PcrJerlianae Stcnk IThefirst porterhouse steak was In New York city in the ffI tuousolcl l tavern of Martin Morrison 327 Pearl street This was a favorite resort of seafaring mm A steak belli nightMorrIsonbut would cut und broil for him a Jitok slice from the sirloin which hind Just been prepared for roasting the next day Morrisons place was known neighborhoodtalking about the Porter IIouso steaks Glbbou9hbbntchcr sirloins for him thereafter The Tall at aWaIt linbliigdownMItonltliCi1cHon A family of Wves playJiis togothcr undisturbed occrtsloaaliy carrj I1IgIOClieupright oirteJdgnttwohtthoil t1 ndtjitiitiotttt r or1xpresslon scjeetlonthe tail greater frcedoni dfiaonon tldprtutclnt I Ehope9 wj tth41 Uil 1v vw oliOO nVOOlWi w tOO1Jfua Jf t14Gountytl Tf by iiajpenIns mon g the county People J CorrespondentsatM vMQ BM nnniti Pftft jiSf vt j SIIr MatinUaraety of Loa isvllto is att honiefor a few days Miss Cora Trent cf Actioch isvititingMrWT Wells Mrs QiH Sweeny of Louis ville iis visiting relatives hered Mnyol the youg folks of this pluce attended the ice cream rup per atrWiliisbucg Saturday nightC Mr Jim Scott and spendngti ev days with Mr Colie Brewer at Fairttsld 3r Zack Crow sold one work mule lo Mr Jim Durret off Bloomfield for 892 We were visited this week by a rfew light showers cf rain butt they were too light to do any good Crops in our neighbor hood are v6ry poor and old farm ers saythat they are worse jthan ini 1881 IiiNackville JSince we have be n blessed with showers of rain recently we notice many smiling countenan ces in our midst this week Miss Lizzie Parkes of Louis ville is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Ada Arnold Mr James Cegor is attendirfr tIre Camp Meeting at Al ce on tus wed- Miss Ida Thompson has be n a few days with her sister Mrs Ella Leachman at Bloomfield Quite a number of our citizens Ittended court at Harrodsburg llast MondaySIL N Arnold and family of Maud spent last Sunday at tl e home of Wm Lear Dick Shexvmaker is toachinv singing at the Christian church here every Saturday and Sun day Oscar Mayes and wife returned 5olast Sunday after quite a pleat ant visit to relatives here The protracted mooting at the Presbyterian churci will ben on naxt Friday night irstead of last Sunday as we announce n our letter of last week Mr J P Walker v ho has been quiteill of typhoid fever is no bettor attthis writing Mrs Berry Shewmaker has ben quie tick fr several day with fever A few others aicon the sick list this veek PENW1CK- Mr Frank Amlfrson houglit a buggy from Thompson t Greon for 100 Mr and Mivs Tnlor Harmon navo gone to Indiana for a Ut 0 wee1sstay r Miss Ella Duncan begun scliocl a good attendance- Miss Maggie Smith who is teaching Fchool at Cicilsvillo was here Saturday and Sunday Mi H tte Nallcy of faids town iis vsitins triends andI111 ativos at this placo Miis Annie London end Mrt Dclgansil1elI Mr and Mrs Arznal Walston and Miss Ethel and Herberr f ofI Lebanon visitedthe family of D Backer Saturday and Sl nayj rg1Iweek Mist Lena Rogers visjtod the jburgMrs W F Lcgsdon visited the family of G strSunday Misses Minaie and Lena Bar kor visited the Misses Harmon last wock Miss SetLie Sliovrnmker of Mackvillo visited Mrs Will Nalley Saturday and undayI Mr Ed Bowes bought a bugrjy of Thompson Green for t1Ul 01 PuIIiam l We have had some very nitet ji ttiiia iin this vicinity since oar llast writing Mr ahd Wrs William HaJe of Itlinois are visiting friends and relatives at Tatham SprjugIMr and Mrs WV H Gordon and Miss Mattie Gordon were es1dayand ODO bull to Mr William Terrell at 20 each Born to the wife of Mr Chris jJenkins a finoboy on last Thurs day Misses Pearl Gtirdbp and Bet ttie White and Mr J N Gordon were the guestsof W N Krel ingi Sunday Mr Matliew Terrell and fain ily of Casey county are visiting friends and relatives at Willis burg Tat bam Spring and Pal amtEld W E Summers preache-I good jtermon at Tatham Sun day Three or four of our young men will have their trial Wednesday for their bad conduct at Rqckbridge church Sunday Now boys ani girls what do you think abjut it 1 once heard a preacher say not long ago that No ladyf 01 gentleman would misbehave iin church Always stop and think where you are is the advice of trie write L H Gordon and family were the glt stsuf Mnnay Gordon Sunday We notice that they are having a lively time at athatu Spring They report over 100 hoarders weeksfDo you take the NEws LEADER ormtIf you dont get the LEADEU you dont know who you have missed It is worth twice What it costs anyone who is interested in their hurne county tliink over tbs matter and send your subscription to the ed itor it is only lrper year ralbum Springs J Wellas we have not seen any tiling in your paper from our village tor SinO time we will mark down a few lines so that ICti1ldrouth continued much longer we would haye been counted out Ve have been blessed with a feood rain which we have not had since May The corn crop is very shrt iin this ection Should te fall weather continue favorable wo may Lave some tobacco but if wo have an early fall there is but little tobacco that will mature Murtlj Foscrvvf rt to Loui Iille Iat wock whore he expects to stay sortie time John Scott is vi rv sick at this writingwith an abcess on his jjaw Mrs Luther Snider is very hijk at this writing iProf Saunders is conducting a singing school at Mt Freedom Mrv Cornelius Slewerdof near Ill iik died of typhoid fvr last tttkSWheat threshing is the oder of the day The crop is short bushelIaro contemplating going west this fal IMrs Abbie Brown and Miss Eflie Small of Duff Ind are visiting relatives heroIMr Tames Rilejv of Perry ville is visiting relatives here this week MOORES VILLE Qui f a llargo crowd was out at NTev Hope Baptist church last Sunday Mr Dave Dearinger with a icrg v of hand irom Slmrpsville vicinityIself feedVr selfbardcittqr and a seifsadker As they board them selves cf course this suits most of tho farmers y tatRelieves inskntlY II Catarrhl jii Sore Chest FrostBites And all Soreness of the Skin and Muscls Si5c Soc A 100 Bottles f A1rDUWlstsa Fo le by CJ Haydon T Coo ff It l Mr D1 Ioblet and 4amhl of Springfield visited Smith lastfSunday maLhec1t The yo ung men and men lave a very game tf base ball at Maud last ictoryIIt eringbis wheat to Jurboe Cam jibeHat Spring eld SeventlfrOm here attended the ite cream supper at Will sbulg lasj Saturday nigdt Mrs Eleila Hardin is vlh tier parent Jr and Mrs W O Ellis this week iMsfci tpuise Setlc has returned ffrum jto isville Nqv ia the time to WOcCour pikesbutiit seems like ij hard ithing to get at it so we cluld get he fall travel over Ute rnd be- foref the winter sets in We have had no rain and are suffering badly in these aits Several of our young men ate working on the L N R R at Lebanon Junction Mr Ernest Goatley says that jhe has moved three times in tin jlast three years and ite has struck presentIjhe is right in the midst of one W 0 Ellis has measured up 3 000 bushels of wheat rye and oats at the thresher this year We will have machines with all latest improvements next yea r and consequently there wiLl be no measuring to do Born August 3 to the wife off wC1gh1ingMesdames Liza Jane Wall Joe Smitft udnn A Goatley and little daughters May and Clara and MissLelia Wall dined wjth Mr and Mrs W 0 Ellis Tues daySForrest View Miss Maggie Hamilton is quite sick with pneumonia Her mother is very sick James 0 Bryan is very sick with pneumonia at the home oi his biother Thorn js OBryan He had just returned from Louisville with a very sore hand which ho had mashed with a hammer Aunt Kittio Lanham after several days sickness we are glad to learn is convalescent Aruhur Cariico who went to ijouisville 10 make his futur home retuVned last Sunday by way of Lebanon He said the city was toj hot to hol him Mr Wa OBryan was in Lou isville on biisimss Monday list Several of our young men and ladies attended a social a few nigh s since at Fielder Smiths near St Catherine Twc of our most stylish young men calUd to see their favorite young ladies last Sunday nigh but to their disappointment lLdJIfledPat Cummings of Coon Hollow were ihQ guess of Mrs Martin last fci tmlay night Mrs Frank Bcaven of Spring tieldspent several days with her uncle hlre last week SiJney Oaborne will begin building a new cottage in a slior while iVe are informed that work of rchIWe are having pleasant whichaddsI Thomas Medley 1told a mule to William ODuniel for 87 50 Ben Smith lost a valuable cow last weekSWillisburi I Mr Sharp of McAfee has returned home accompanied by Miss Rice Armstrong Ernest Thvrlownnd sister have gone to Indian Territory to spent eve aji mouths Evert Scruggs and Wli Siirs j ft for Chicago last Monday Niss Artie Sutton entertainedI h r friends in a most charmihs mann r6n last Friday evenitJg About 25 were presentt and 111fl staid until 12 ocock andafjer exp Oising their thkstQt11fJ hostess bid heiri gocdbye andjfell re tornrd home lbdream of ijie pleasant ecent It E Foster of your toVS1 passed through here Sunday ci1h route ioTathaqa u ft I 5 i r i To Cure iiOld in One DaY ziTake Laxative Bromo Qqinifietablets Seven Million b zessold In post 12 months This signature iitJ jtioljtiilili iliiliili i wmiliIiIitS 9 li q jW iIi t Thee FFarfflors SuppIyH d HgjllS A y 4 1 i t J i t Q 1 K1ti1 tiI 11 Ii IIiII Is the place to go with your JJ is lget ySIppofi Lr i FIELD SEEto-f r h al lkinds Agents for OJjD B1OKORY WAOS 1 for the Belebratcd 1 aI I ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE PEeESO- ni line of buggies for the SpringtTx ei begmh g = arrive and is more elaborate1 than sver 1 u tO5v I CoAL in any Quantity at Lowest Ptjcesf r =tI THOMPSON tc MEM iAA SPRtNGF1EJD KY t Er n I m f 9 M fl fYI I mm M f t I IPri jID jl =Good PilisAyers Pills are gpod liver jpills You Know that The best f buyTheycure constipation LLW- ant Sj I your moustache or beard a beautiful browner rich black Use BUCKINGHAMS DYE r U t IUUJ Mrs George I irch f f Louis vile joined tIe house pal ty at Birch wood Mond ty Miss Jennie Yates anti Mr Love Settles of Booker were guests of Miss Mattie Biown at the rlotel lastSqndayS There wag quit a crowd at tended the ice cieam supper d this place last Saturday evening The neat lit Ic sum of 0 WPS realized which will be placed toward the church finances Mrs Fannie Shirley and Master Rudolph are visitng relatives in Anderson counY this week The base bJl tea in of Tablow and the Willi burg team crossed bats t this place last Saturday Score l9 to 18 in favor of tile home team WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens Attgdt Flower for the cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia and Lvcr Tipubles tht Iii s uot been cured aiid ve also moan their insults such as sour stomach ferraedtatiou of food habitual custive ess nervous dyspepsia headache despon JLH feelings sleeplpsjuessin fact any trouble connected withj tVo stomach or liver This moJ ciuohnsbeon sold for many ears in all cvvilizud countries and we wish to correspond wfth you urjdsmd you one of our nerrjItrrcdInvovvn uf its failing If so stmtthinx more serious is the matter wh you The 2q rent SIZ has jut IUPII introduod i tiis Hal Regular size 75 cents At nil dnijgist G 0 Green riS Wood bu 1 N J J Hajdpo Eat AH Yaai Want Persons troubled with ill igstiou or Drppposia can oat all they vairt if tin will take Kodol Dyspepsia hurt TJhls remedy prepares the stomach for tthe recpinIi retention digetIqnan assimilation of All of wholesome food that uiaj be c tetiruid enables tho dipcstlv nrywtfS to tiriiisfojn the same Into the kiiwfft b5tt1thit give health and strength bY J Hay o When you wanta pbysic that is nit f and gentle easy to take and eftattt to act alwass tiRe Ohambctatis Stow ach and Liycr Tablets Fqrv sale by IIaydonjjdc gstor Vs A liniment that Will soil or stain the ctothinfjbr bljterfnc skin is unfitt fortise TDR GlyASSRS TtNIMENT will do neither It jpenftratesM flasb and rcUavefe jwiti btstaittlyw1111t ofift turning or bllst gSid1by WoOl A Canipbelli t 1 btrngth c1fii rnn orr sood foddj duly digestOfHFcc road vtosdr ve wheat ami bar ley food adds no burden ho1t jstatns nourishes invigorates f A p1 rew Fafs j f9 t t4iLongfellow coiiid take a worthless sheet t ryr1f paper Vrite a poem onit and make it worth 1JJ1Jpiece of paper and make ifworth jjiaqpolPSP ThasCpitaIA mechanic can take a pound of stecHand ct work it into watch springs and makeit t worth 800 Tha rr killA JL ft t We can write a cheelMor iobooooaiitwould not be worth a dimef TatTOJhYour wife caabuy a cloak worth lOi but s t prefers one that costsSQ At ThatsNa1tjraF S5JThere may be merchants who will tellfydu 401 that they have better stotk than we havem w Ttll lIa tsPGill We have a good stock of all kinds of buifd v il rz5Zx ing material thatwe sre willing to exchange ilor either Free Silver or Gold afa reason r4 1 able proftt Thktft r i1 e tttt1opringfieFaIf Imoe L v o t lAYS OF WINGED WOOER IiictJcuti IllnHtradas the Cpialcalf j siac or flud Lith MIS time brings to the fronf Jtlfe cfnilcal side cf bird life anti mtUicda Arj as varied ntuong our feathqlnefeLLors as riaoug ourselves Thclys trrniw of dJprnlled coUrtsliIp and fllisa rcnutabla sT2iaiuaga w re Jglfljwn by no well UTiown birds wlioii iio toros tlicv ort rival Intensified affair uItorsotfavor tbs ir pi Hl themselves oil wcb side about a foot from her and offered a InusJcaf contest rirat onc urSt into niplurouti sons HyliiB up Into the airfeatljqra flatTed out and snovy breast and rosy shoulder more lovely titan ever Tin solo finished he1 droppedl bacfcto hita potcb and politely wtilled ttl4iehitl TlijSJlHnj1latOutlythqUAU11WCoundlt tlrebdotu taking flightthtT sultllli following Different was the mbtliod of two orchnnl orioles one In the immature plumajrf of the etonIyeurl tUelmaat in tbv full glory of tBUturityi JTlill ras a wrangle areoJupanlcd bysc fF rgfuj1 l a ttruly feminine scorn of theories iclopv lap with her plainar sulteInvuug tb- epr poua cider tto consele himself wiiti tlrolhll lHdewhiIrli Ito dldiietoretlit sun went down Colllaca 1icesiyta ftcr Thorcf Is Msl1es pleasure Inoftlct a very real fear of jliiotderr A aaoba fire or a ruuawoj bprse arotstpBchSntlon of terror In the spectator finite apart front their pptentfdlltjr oii rcelnottlMJIsA civilized war Vould uaVo uiore fur rors for ThostddkJobber than the cottager Were It not for the hfcnt of un governed forco veiled behlildtbc flume tlllo of ClhrlstlaVi Jlgtitlngi uro never lulto certain of an army The disciplined brigade whlJoh naivjnilnya captures the enemy capital as tenderly Sf tis It would guarQ Its orn hit cf ev ciihcloss The same badpsca 6a dtsbnt foutcsLiyltbt1e dor of BdzelHes Jt may drown Its tnttnnera any iubinent In a torrent ot blood dnil tonrsv and statpsmen and others flavor forget the fact War Is 1utthp crust of UtaT volcano Tftps ncnUrJrwhlfcii Mhlrdf tbeni ttk cvldeno faf mia dettOt dlwrdtVtltOtiy re1tltu X11 ypstroflrtbet1ncu ittrslihuckocaTh j iiii i3ti iztTse 1 th1S4ftlgtouiI nQnl1 wJIiW th- OsrttarrJD4 tthW liii- netez raoers ittxe any ut1ts Cint t r1kiN 1 h r UhW 1tlln Jits atyli xvaaY tjr much fllatJUio bs Cit3bjj ll1l lint iUtj Crft f Thats whrro ypu nu1e cur 1 tie You ahould hare i- dcl3nor t was JIUp lils bUlM jahia rt12c Lrt1a t i cyjw fCooGood senztjs 4itflxnd felowjtand MlnCulry n cult ulntedrthe Ihb6tof fcuturics If i a Jewel of the first water whose value be alone underI rriv1fJobsereiJLh Itlort ntt p yrqr gaining and k pPJu1tfor e2nmlItnrtesWtgncr Waiinci AlldTFftqcoi Bronao r1 dont see why yon abonld mxrr1xIgWcybunjj you knowv ht tImtotwikonowIllunh1p qfleJprJil3fIfe too fSCe N X tlt t n in PiA r1u What need te aaVa farger trji idctlpopMtoltUS T11nt Just tt But do you kniiithat soft of thing wouldnt go wlUrmy tnllor Jo3tonQujiaarsUaji tfurio SNot Y4JRJJ fleiizuL he inalVh dr6ve2fie cbloneKtVor 16 cU nrlUltro i nal SbU011 K D seemed to bd so full atso tha i ho wits finally asljedjiow he was getting along In the new state Oh so ot1be l ill1Jtwlnt f There are two brothers of us here w tfliliutconie out to gruband starve buittc mniemon f lily IJrptbel p1i lives next house The first tblog he did was to steal a whdle county of bind nod sell her 4 tr In lots to suit lWsiOO0OaheOl ofthlglorhqusohiS iestJ lih4snacLtIlLgqnlnonlt J1ur roW r Jotw Is eiae1y a rus1I1I otia rCd thc9ro1el I oubrliK iaWalesoh 1otni3ST rAad bow about ybtf y Dont tnake riy mgtaktKaqpt The t1rstth tnglLdldwastQgttJ Co ntyJr flIJd 19J1l1l eTto last cent iK- r tnil1 ttfl liig1i1j durln the next tWo tfockir Ill stcai twelve nnllcs oF thnfrTlrei andVselljJtI tijft000a nlllfetCake ipeipurelyJqibt as pioneer pjtgriins anti weve rioUiiM In pcrtleklelto coraplaln tl jj ff t 1t t DeWittbcWIta Mnt410aItXaaIWi5 t AUfl If Dejtdjoj 4 HJik- DR J M BIIRTOIL- staENTbEthsT I asgail BiGek usti- II if DR4iH LAMPTON 4 O11OE 4k t J r oD41Ijiohar for tier soyer Peoples JPepQs4t BankOfl1ceibours 12ta2prrh WWI1YWM tTATTORNEY A1LAW-L j3n1 s1riQFIErD IY COST OTRATN UXURY ft Na7pLnerILro9W 1 ge Wl iyahwiiyIoco- motlvo does w wllpttS6enjers at a lower rate nCttus It ogives pasV senders so much room tomf Ort nndi hilt Q rrof dead weight for each passenger A Iq Q1JL g41ng1Obtonspu1l1t 45 mijca an Lour 12 cars weIghing 000 tons and containing people weigh lug 50 rons uMi11 ttjejjjJssengers to be men Women and children but s11CklIlIJ9t1carsBerententI1suI rThe Tilway cjajjtug free Uicpas sengers 150 pound li1iikl1ndsends wIth him toilet rooms heating stoves and fuel smoking rooms dining rooms and bcdrooms These4 houses on Syrfecis qpd theIocomjte whicIl q drawsthem- lisie to BeJmftd very neavy iirorder to get tile great strength made neces saryby high feed It the rnikwny could diipe spVti these COmforts flfld lUXUricSlndcarr4- pnssen jiikd c1ose1yInsIdeudi oft top loWToO tcd ramshackle unheated vehicles like the old stage andt- nt slow speed It couldl nidi paisenssra at onetenth to onetwenSfeUi Ilxe pTlCe of the oJd8tagesEngineerlnsMaga SIne1lYnS i North Polo For Bald Tlend Talking of hair restorer said the captain xf a steamer who has been p Tvhaler none of them itf in it with the air of the arctic regions A man with thin Mir who falls to geta new crop if he goes within the arcUejcircle Is a hopeless easel I have seeu whalers who got badwheirtliey stayed at homeJpr a yejir 05 two and got a new 4 crop of iia1ievery time they went ward jhirrlriIti on a whaling expedition x How do Ijiccbunt fpr it The farther you go north the Jland animals get- suasgier ftfjsai provision against the coli When the arctic winter np preaches the reindeer the bears and other animals get a thicker coat of hair or fur Similarly the hair on the hu nan head thickens when you go far north ki rjjv lilt vvfactrNow I dont want you to think that once the follicles of the tcomesdenI when a man Is apparently as bald as J a bi1lladiLa1ithojfolllcIes nre not dead and tbere1lsjiope for hlm7PWI adelphln Ledgcl l i t f At Yakutskt4n eastern Siberia the record annual rgnsgjOMqmperature is reached It vL1I1s from 83above to 75 below zero + t ONiONS AND LEMONS 4 fiaia arie aiProtcctloh In Cam of tC ni glo flfsensc Wlicna mjre lad it1 oftezi1icardJt- taii tnt tlieat1ng otopious jandJ- ali1yl5 a114 jrottio4ifgilastcon1a- ecul ftIlS sADdWlien a60tWeJght fears of ugau had an opportunity to test them for myself I lhad pcnt the wlnterlhf ihecljty ofXevr Orleans where Jnthofsprlntf yellow fever of a Vlt11cn typ Niaae US appearan- ceciinauArgezItfii uta1 for nurses and baying faiths in what I uadfheard or the proactive powe fGnlpnKohd lemons J cpn9ludcjitQ takfiWb1atimy friends called ii ghastly risk and made ifepUcatiqa atthc Common Street Ws pljai for a posltlo asnufse was ag ccpted dud entered at once upon a line oPdntyvl6 cpinmisndnSi which I begnn- tncJ1Sopt avwoolpns and lemons al tcfnating W kYnUh lemons alyrays CdrtOdkmedicine wasjproyldcd every morning forU nttac e+ Atlho expiration of this lentil week twas no longer needed Ilu d left inns vigorous health ltswhen Icutt1ed the hospitalJtOn faking my tfeparture I vasj rci mfnfled by the head ffiiysfdan that his mr1iniscg and attaches bail died of the fever despite his vaunted medical abil itt Bifora leaving tim InstitutiOn I aC qualntctl thq goctorjylth tue Jnct that I hail slot sef his medicine but had ren jd isolely upon my onlohiemoh tt jtaient when lie said It was a won dbrthat it hid not filled me and If it Jkfil that I haddeserved ijt dnjlimUnreinotlhcrnt city ilirdliis the onion ahdt len op1a perfect protection In myself tmiJlJg U 4 t rriM OnSffUt1IlSkN t JfII ibiiias scre= 4etfcnutriti 1 p e f c IMttiti laIlv HIcflcS1t ton jhat- tnlfiQthcne I tCOTIhBOWNtQIcmlsts SiAljorbee1Pe1c t4Q9tsrtZtTct New York MC 5tOS11IIIWtSI 4 ii5f lrMihV V lt r fifiiILocalIJIapnIns of Interest i The Freshest and Latestsgt t G fiiIrirlerid5iD3rJ I q ijtaces Ilr1i1nnftAnIlr 5fruitjarsi aHd your ep A feh ajder tt W aansg thoTplace to gQ g 1Mh yth1D Irm ash1Dg- Idown AI wt tL 1 I MjPnr s dbtw t F4iithdiluted seryed with shaved ice at ofetWtA t lfV icf t 1iWseg s a1a choice tifflii cIc1Ivaybif hand t5ir fr iouse 2 newsjjpyJo bats balls jnajsks inits tandPgloves very lowiat Joseph A Shaders 1 A I FORSALEAbOUt J35 squares ro e Qn ha jftinth1Dgles 1 Apply toJvlcEIroy Shultz F o R SALsecondhaud phaeton in goo conditton ifn NEWSt1EAD tyhenou Wit something tgJJ Irup OlW Hagah and Ask what hayefyou got He can ftwaysJ5atlsfyyQU iJ L LOST OR STRAYED One mud dYWtH f s vweig snbou t175 or 200 pounds Will pay liberal reward when returned to W D J layb okfILATEST AitiALsAt the hbmeof Mr arid Mrs John C i Shadof on July 31 abby At theliome of Mr and Mrs C jT Haydon August 1st a girl The Springfield fair which begins August 26 and continues four days promises to be the best ever held hero and the officers are working hard to make iit a success in every way llWhy not get the best To rg eb it go to C W Hagans cold stomge for dice peaches oranges lemoDS and dont forget that he is headquarters for melons One out of storage is worth three hot The lN elsori County Fair be gins at Bardstown Ky Tuesday S ptetaber 1st 1903 con tinning five days and will be one oE the btst in its history They have this year added many new attractions which will add lo the- pIeztWrtnd enjoyment of those who attend Fine horses and fine s ock ofrall kinds and other new and pleasant features Cat alog on application Dont fnrset the Musicale at the Opra House this evening It promises to be one of the best performances eyer seen in Springfie d The advance sae C seats has been large and a jot d crowd is anticipated The program will be attractive and contains selections on the violiu oy Miss Rubol vocal selections by Miss McUhord and Mr Casje dayand piano playing by Miss Cain NewJMllitaryt COmpany j r The new military company whfch is tc become a part of the Kentucky State Guards was mus tered in here on last Saturday night with foty members Lieutena K Merton Craig of the Louisville Legion came out and actedas special mustering officer After the required number of names had been signed to the enlistment blanks the members proceeded to the election of commissioned officers Two candidates offered for Captain Messrs H B McElroy and Erastps Trent McElroy being elected Dave Litsey was then chosen First Lieutenant and RObMarls SecQnd Lieutenant The equipment has been ordered and Jhe boys expect to be in readiness to begin drilling shortly The following is roster of the company Erastus Trent perry Marks 6ub Pope W D Clay brooke W H Johnson C Hertlien W D Green Will Greene 07 Haydon Wv Medley W Sinmsr Will ONeal Frank ONEidiOl MKnJs Duncan Leachman W G Roberts Chas Rciberjsj C H Montgomery PaimerGrrundy Wilson Canter iJT A SbuH H Hordj A BuSdt Free i Catnco PlckCanier lCanterH Boone John Tobin 1 Lanipton J V Spalding Z HilJ J R KilgoreV pliod tn Chicano t iC l The remains of Mrs Alice idTcIlvoyJ Logsdbn who died in Chicag KyM Svefe brought to Sji Marys Manoa county jasi Monday for burial She died on TOPIG81ii- nn ftlUUllnnnMnJUU1 August 1st and was 90 years of age Th deceased had lived many years of her life In this county where she has children and grandchttdren and a number ot Nephews and Jkeces living She was the sister1 of the late Dame1 Mcllvoy and widow of William Logsdon who lived for a number of years on the Little Beech in this county on the farm known as the Horse Shoe Bend farm Mrs Logsdon was born in Belfast Ireland and came to this county at an early age She was a woman of fine character and noted for her charity and kindness of heart Official Call For The Republican- DIstrict Convention By the direction ofthe Repub licaii district committee for the llth judicial district of Ky it ordered that a convention be isI at Lebanon Ky at 1030 a on the 20th day of August 1909I to nominate candidates for Uirj cuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney for said ditrict to be voted for at the November elec tion 1903 aId any othdr business that mav be properly brought before the convention The Chairman oft the Republican county committee of each of the counties in said district being Greene Taylor Marion andI Washington wIn call a county convention to meet at the county seat of each of these counties on Saturday August 15 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said district convention The county chairman will issue a call and post notices at the coiyt house door and and any pther place he may think necessary in their respective counties The basis of representation shall be one deligate to each 100 votes or fraction over 50 votes cast for tne Republican electors in No ember 1903 J L WHARTON Chairman Republican District Committee Tbis the 29th day of July 1903 FERSONAl Mr H H Claybrooke left last week for Cincinrati Mr and Mrs W F Booker are at Tatham this week George Robertson and Wathen Sirams were in Bardstown Sun day Mrs John L Searcy has returned frotn a visit to relatives at WJlisburg The Misses Mclntire of Louis ville are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J W Riedel Mr and Mrs Russell ThompI son of Louisville are visiting relatives in the town and county Mr and Mrs Ray Hodapp of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs D B Lake Mrs M J Thompson of St Marys is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Noe of this place Miss Catherine Russell of1 Bardstown spent Sunday and Monday with her parents here Dr J H Lampton was caileJ to Rullitt county Tuesday to see Dr Miles Saunders who is quite sick Miss Naughton of Bardstown a valued employe in the Standard office spent Sunday here with Miss Katherine Russell Mr Albert C Lake of Riplev Ohio is ptre to assist is brotherr B D Lake in the cigar manu facturing business Mr Will Timmous and sister Miss Louise of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Fannie Lee Shams Miss Ina Kimberlain who has been the guest of Miss Nancy William at Bardstown has re turned home Miss Lizzie Lee and Will Waters Jr are visiting relatives in Bardstown this week Mdssrs John Newman and L B Samuels of Bardstown paid thetown a visit Tuesday in an automQbile GP MiSs Lizzie Waters returned Tuesday from Cincinnati where shehad been taking a course at the coDservatoryofmusic The following party from town went to Tatham Spring Tuesday fora few days stay Mr and IM sJJQ McEIrpy Mrs H H Thompson Mrs Lillie Handy Mrs Moore Misses Kathleen Mppre and Hadgie Browne tilED HQRD ZDEIsTTISI OFFICErIusEiuttT Buiu ni farmabetitly located SPRINGFIELD KY A SNAKE t fATAL BITE T It Killed a Little Boy and the Childs Pet Cat Near Brush Grove This County The correspondent o f t h e NEWS LEADER at Tatharn Spring sends jus the particulars of the horriblo work of a veno mous snake iin the Brush Grove neighborhoodone day last week The little grandson of Mr Frank Thompson a child four or five years of age was at play in the orchard rfear his home having with him a pet kitten The child ran upon in the grass a large snake supposed be of copperhead variety Being of course ignorant of the danger the little fellow saw in the dan gerous reptile only another pet or plaything and proceeded to catch the snake and with the deadly serpent in one arm arid the kitten in the other started gleefully home to exhibit his new found pet When the horrified gaze of the poor mother of the unfortunate child fell upon the awful situation the snake was fiercely striking the kitten which was struggling to escape In a moment the child released both of its captives and the unfortu nato cat had just struck the ground when it felt over and died in less than a minute from the ef of the deadly poison of the snake It was not until after the snake was killed that the horrible dis covery was made that the child too had been bitten and upon examination three places on its little body were found where the cruel poison fangs had entered and the poor tittle fellow was already showing signs of the dead ly effects of thepoison which had been injected into his veins Al though every available remedy was appliod to save the childs life all efforts were in vain and the boy died after suffering only a short time The funeral of the liitle boy took place at Brush Grove Notice To Taxpayers All taxpayers of Washington county arc hereby notified that taxes for the year 1903 i re now due and prompt settlement of same is requested Also all persons owing back taxes will take notice that if same are not settled at once they will be pro ceeded against by law BYRON CROAKE Sheriff of Washington County tf Commissioners Sale GW Ross Pills YLydiaBy virtue of ia Judgment and order of sale of thje Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1003 in the above cause I shall proceed tto offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 24 1P03 at 2 oclock pJnor thereabout br highestbiddercredl of 6 and 12 months the fol lowing described property towrit A tract of hind lying and being In Washington county Ky on the waters of Glens Creek and thus bounded towit Beginning at a cluster of hickory bushes on south side of Cornlshville and Cross Roads pike cor to Dave Ross thence with hisline S 9 E 37li poles to 2a stake at cor of fence now cor to said Ross and H 0 Snewmaker thence with said Shewmaker running with the fence S 71 W149 45 poles to 3 an other fence lao cor to said Shew maker thence with said Shewmaker East 104 poles 4 to a stone in an old private passwtay cor to Mose Baker passing Parrbts cor in a small branch at A at the distance of 70 25 poles from flgjure 3 from said Par rotte cor same Vourse continued 28 35 poles to said Baker cor at 4 from said Bakers cor make a direct line running JN 15 E 105 poles to a point in the middle of an old dirt road running with its meanders thereof 5237 poles to 6 point in the middle of saiulCornishville and Cross Roads pike 12382 poles to the begin ning containing 91 acres 3 roods and 3 poles For the purchase price the pur shaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale hHll paid and havIng- the force ane effect of a Judgment Bidders will pc required to comply promptly with these terms THOS A r EDLEYMC w c c Administrators Notice All persbns having claims against thd estate of N P Thompson 4eceased are notified to present ame to me properly proven for settlement on or be fore September 1st 1903 ROBT M THOMPSON Adminis- tratorCATORIA For Infanti and Children His Kid Y Ijayl AlwaISM Bearst2gnatteQf r j fj 5 W WWWWWWW WW WWW aSH0ES 1 fa When yqif want a pair of H Shoes dnot foiget we han ifdle the Celebrated ff- 1iW1LK 0MER f if SHOES for Men dijI ZBIGlJBRS II- J ffor Ladies and Children both widely jg known for style fit and wear We also have asmallllot low ruts = 2 and some other styles that we are 5 S selling at cost in order to make room i g for fall stock g a ICome in and convince yourself that ia5 inCentral e I ROBERTSON BROS Springfield Ky W1WIW2IW tt t mm Ilooked at me for a moment with a serious face and then replied Stevens you cant suspect Lord Dale of taking that cameo away- I dont say that I do sir but It has disappeared from the cabinet If he didnt Then I took It down the country as a present to my cousin You must be careful my man or you will get Into troubleI that my master lied I knqw he lied to save Lord Dales reputation That cameo was Ip the cabinet after he left for the country It was not for iie to assert or argue however I said not a word more but accepted the rebuke In humble spirit and went about I1TJduties After that I checked off tie 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 again and master fortunately was out From a hiding place prepared In advance I saw the caller pocket three Ivory figures and a Jewel handled dagger as coolly as if he had been thieving all his life More than that I followed him when he left the house and was close at his heels when he entered the shop of a dealer to dispose of his 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 if Lord Dale is off In his head I Why do you ask he queried In replyBecause the property he carried nway from these rooms yesterday can be found at Regent Btrent Perhaps the other missing article Is there too Master made no reply whate r Bait an hour later he strolled down to the dealvjs found all his missing proper ty and brought it back When he came home ha put the bundle into my hands and said Yes Btotens Lord Dale Is slightly off but the matter is confidential and must go no further You had best lock the cabinets after this and put the keys In your pocket That was nilail until Lord Dal with the mania of plunder in his soul called again Master had slipped put only a quarter of an hour before My lord had not been In the sitting room live minutes when he came out to me with a curious look on bit face and saidStevens I see that your master has been buying several new curiosities late ofI Yes sir I replied Yes sir be picked up several new things at Regent street the other day and that the charwoman might not be tempted I have locked tho cabinet Do you wish for the keys sir Hm ITral I think not Stevens 1 think I will be going Ho went and that was his last call at the rooms I do not know what ex plauatlons my master made if any but I know I made none How couM I a gentlemans man nccune a blue blood of thievery He The entered Impertinent a drug ValterIsaid to the clerk in a without a trace of shame or diffidence Glvt me a bottle of the best hairro storoViouve gotIThe clerk looked at him with some astonishment Interpreting hIs look the customer said Yes its for myself and Im not ashamed to say so either For years Ive laughed at the references made to my hairless poll I considered it a good Joke because Im still young and thousands of older men than I still have all their hair and I dont regard absence of It as a sign of age But Ive changed my mind now I want hair on topot my head Tho last jtraw came today when I went Inttf a restaurant where Ive been In ths habit of dining with a friend This friend is only a few years younger than me but he has a thick shock of hair which gives him a rather youth ful appparance Well when the waiter came to take my order ho nodded as usual and then remarked rather lImpertinently I thought Wheres your son today N6w 5fork Telegram The lumberman the sheep and the forest fire will utterly ruin thS remain- Ing forest growth of the couhtry un less prevented California shipped 1580 cars of ery to the east the past season This business has grown from a Bhjpmenii of only fifty cars ten years ago I Soft water cisterns In the south are nearly all made of galvanized steel and placed aboye ground at the rear of the house thus making vans soft wai ter always on tap Some scientist has made the dlscovij err that there arc 8000000 microbes In a box of strawberries If 1lq be true we hare no besltancjrln disposing of 2LOo6000 microbus at our supper tflkj BUMBLEBEES AlfD CLOVER SEED We are asked what relation the bum blebee sustains to the production of clover seed This bee Is tho only one of his tribe which has a tongue long enough to reach Into the deep set petals of toe clover bloom after itt sweets hue thus fertilize thp flower No clover eed could be grown in California orI New Zealand until the bumblebee was Introduced Into those countries The further Inquiry Is made as to why this bee does not as a usual thing fertilize the blossoms on the first or June crop of clover this crop rarely containing any seed We think that this may be explained by the fact that but few of the bees survive the winter their little winter store of honey often being de stroyed by vermin and not until the new swarms appear are they In suffi cleat number to properly cover adorer held 12b SITMMEn SIGNS There had been a snowstorm and some hard frosts and a lot of discour aging weather the last of April True the robins were nesting and the graIn fields were greening up and the cows were out to grass but the leaf bed and the fruit bloom were waiting and waiting for the mercury to touch 80 before they would get down to buM ness May 2 we woke to hear the song of a red breasted grosbeak and the aria of a brown thrush in the top or- an elm tree and then we heard the shrill chirp of the martin and the twitter of a brown wren In the peak of the woodhouse and that evening beard the chirrr of a tree toad and knew that summer was right at hand and June roses skeeters commencement picnics and the Iceman close at hand REAL REWARDS The man who works the soil who Is brought into dally touch with nature Is always having revealed to him new mysteries and new beauties And wonders tho while he works just as the student of the Bible or Shakespeare is constantly rewarded with hidden treasures of literary betfuty We siio cerely pity the man who working the soil as a business can never see any thing but the dollars In the harvest mIspeaks a varied language and none does she try to teach so patiently and well as him who lives the nearest to her heart Her textbooks are object lessons crop failures her punishments abundant harvests her certificates of graduation WILL COST fSO With land worth 75 per acre corn worth 35 cents hay 0 and hired help worth 25 per month and board It will cost about 56 to produce a thirty monthold steer weighing 1300 pounds and the breed of the animal will deter mine whether there will be any profit andI0 thori will be a profit About all the losses atid profits associated with beef production are connected with this proposition and the worst of It Is that there are so many men who will not Relieve it until they have tried It Emerson the Americas In Emerson as an American as a pa triot wo of tho new world have an heritance peculiarly our own which will grow richer with the spending for the spending of such an inheritance nfoans that we ourselves be spent for the republic Far as we may go yond our present failures beyond what Morley call this our corrupt period far as we may go on the line of our uoblu national accomplishments and amid all our discouragements we must not forget these nobler accomplishments far as we may travel up the pathway of our true Ideals still before us and ever higher on that pathway will be seen the beckoning figure will be heard tho urging and inspiring voice ofmersonCenturyB- lood rICorpuscles The war between the white corpus cles of the blood and the microbes ot disease was first described by the Rus- sIan pathologist MetchnikoflC While devoting himself to the study of in flammations he in each case noted the presence of white cells in the blood currents in abnormal numbers In side these white cells he invariably found the specific microbe of the din ease under consideration It seemed that the big corpuscles were devouring the poisonous microbes Sometimes thb number tOken up by Ii corpuscle wastoogreat and jt djed as a result If this overcoming of the jwhlte cot pusciesby the microbes was general the patted died i Fop Rent Bobgiviormerly occupied by Posroffice jllrproom on n xt floor above Faire liht and water furnished Inqulrt at Peoples Deposit Bank 1G tI it Fancy Groceries AtL In addition to a reliable line of staple groceries 1 1 I have a nice line of fancy goods to appeal to those who want something different and better J rI want you to see my luie of 1 Specialties In Cais and Bittles m tMAlso have on hand fresh fruits and VegetabliBs 4 in season J 4 J1tt I ES 7tfIHVES 0RM T lt THBGORNRGRoCBR fJ + f 0 C Fair Furnishings Iir t I IFOR 4 L t IMen Women and Ghildre 1 d Now is the time forthe buy4WashandWaistings hirtWalstIc We are 50c Silk Ginghams and Silk Tjssues IIfor35c Ginghams for 35cv Ginghams for 16c f and IOrgandies for I5c 20c Lawns and Ginghams 12 I2o 2 12c Plain and Lace Stripe Lawns 96C A nice assortment of Ladies Black MyersBIuef PleateaISkirts V on We are making heavy cuts irieI GLOTHIMT1500 Suits for 100O f I25O Suits for 8502 IOOO Suitsrfor 675Jc 800 Suits for 500 500SuitSfor 300 Je Dont miss seeing thes Suits as llalv great many of them are jnediurnv weightand can be worn WINTER SUMMER anacanbe bought at anclI 1 qv their valueI I4J Aoffering our entire Stock IIWeareprices to n4e prices towfor an immensa Fall andiWinter Stocks We always make Special prices tor+ C1tSHBVYERS t fIi t t if JOHN 5 MoELROY fr m RAlINSURANttA6fN ljf l 2frJflre Lifel adr Torio- t t + l14e lOFFIGEQ RBEOPLES BANK t i r ft iv XJj l I During my avenge from office WJv Griifijp L or GeorgeNcikir vvHl attend to an bUiifii ir s for m 5 Ii1 l You have it You dont want It11IIIII r Driye it out with Ayers IIWhrkeepjt Ague Cm dSii Sfe j THE BOY JOHN WESLEY Y EvWeaoe 1 AHT PreeoelemMew 4 Hta Jleliarlea Brei IJIeat ttlte alu tccu children horn to Sam 4 swrVN vsftU4 six years older than Charles Of taJreeyIngout in terror left ebo1J fcn sleeping In his attic chamberl lo was taken put through a ndj efirjr an lastont before the blazing fell In upen hid bed IjVesley always retained a vivid recollection of the jcene and more than a half century l t rwbcn thinking himself near 4eath he composed his epltapbjphe deI plucledtfotheburnln Sis mother doomed lila rescue a provj ideatlAl indication that her son was preserved for some great work and re solved as she says to l e more partio ikCrly jcaref ul of the soul of this child that Thou hq st so mercifully provided for There Is however no evidence ofisnythlng precocious In the religious development of the boy but only ft cer tain staid over ellbernten ss which he got frofil his mother but which to the mofQ mercurial temperament of the fa Slier seemed In a lad not yet In his teens half amusing and halt vexatious Sweetheart said the rector to his 117 wife I profess t think our boy Jack wftuklnt attend to the most pressing necessities of nature unless ho could A give a reason forlt4 T Winchester liiCeBtury J RcaellBeii In ErcH e iSral Alexander McDowell Mc mqi4A story illustrative of read M iaexkTise which he used to tell oc- t Jpjiionalljr Some raw troops were 4i tfortheIr first battle They s SrnMirshy ground under flre and I I4lerscessively and his fear might communi cate itself to his comrades An Of approached him ccrI IilereY8u what are you trembling for demanded the officer Stop it or yqia11 demdralke the company yYoiI t Vare in no more danger than any one 0 else Dont be afraRL Jtlt nrn nottt nnafrald chatter elvthe soldier ITI bad the ague last year dnnd standing still in this minmud so long has bbbrought It on agsi again Wwwouldnt UHbe a g rcood Idea to rrrua a titlittle and getwanned up Flillocophy 55 11 son said the sage It has been observed by many wise men and even by fools that enjoyment Is rather in nnjlclpatlon than In realization The events to which we look forward most hopefully are apt to prove disappoint lng1 But said the disciple lsU wise to anticipate disappointment and thus kill about the only chance of enjoyment we j haTe ctnd the old moo stroked his white beard and said be would thkik it over Puck Some Comfort she FiendYes sir I have run over ntiarly ten people with that antoine m rlendDId any of them escape with thilIv s OhTes bnt theyll never be tbe J tame gatnLlfe r LIA Startllaar neqntrt percy Is a little boy who mates plans to shirk his bath sometimes But the btfiel evening he came in from play i tlreSnnd hot and sticky 12I get a bath tonight mar he asked 2esP answered his mother WeJbe said cheefully the Lord kriS J needl t Bropklyn 4Engle A Hevlyed Toploof DUcaisIon It looks ns if we werevin for an I other Napoleonic revival JVhat makes you think so7 Tundorstand the Lime and Plaster ciubjhas revived the old debating ques lion Resolved Dat Bonaparte u a greater man dau Napoleon Lclere land Plain Dealer t Kept Lua Tom Hare Maud delIr ld7 J dont see them l pollYlo thqt lthvent quarreled but Iauds new INwn Is lavender jmd newgowoliblueSomerdlleQ V jr Quite Fad nrst Girl Those stockings are a rlovly color Are they fast Scond GIrlrlf you had seen mo yes terdaywhen I met a cow you would hothavextaBkedtbat question Houston Iost SVmeMen Sail Uncle Eben will Du3eek9 praIa fob raia an den kick cos dey happens to g lt delr feet Tret Wasningtoc ftar Dont wOitohird that when there is aj funeral In the family yonr grief Is tempered by the thougbt that it meam a Say otCJAtchisou Globe Why caplwi come oner to your house anE play any more getssdnu1d little bit of noise What jaakis him that way ilatama cays its dys mr1C3hitIfattsc Thats about the way theaniallboyTh idea of lila own unrea eouablene or harsh ness Little things arc magnified and seem to j qiLkhangerTlicreahealth happinessfor of Doctor Piercca Got cc ifcaical Discov Itcures diseases of tliactomScryi and other organs 6f digestion aic1alitoo1J c1tCtOt erect Jek and strength ly cnabUng firrJiGs of food Pfmcscldent trIer conibizit write Mr of yadila CotlervDaridsbn Co IQUIIaaKii enutrt1lt11heum De1iHrCJMMUII fliscorr11IiAnvihingIIhnp Jhl Fierce Pleastnt Pellets cleaaae ind rcgnlat the bowclx ABBEYGUASSOfMILK Am A MlBC StarT ot die y ArtbiV Boyhoe Days In the days when Edwin A Ab7Ithe dtstlDplsbe illustrator and er was tf small Joy he had the biblt pf critically scrutinizing every dish that was set before him at the table much to the embarrassment of his family His frequent dismissals irom the table Were but Ineffective reproofs and something had to be done to work a cure Eddie said his mother one day I heard thee speak about going to Cousin Marthas for dinner next Sunday and lam afraid we will have to mate thee stay at hUme until thee learns polite ness at the tttble Thy picking at food would mortify me Thls1hreatencddeprlrntlon reduced the boy to tears and after hejnd soll emnly promised hpttoltfoliatievery thing according to his habit Jip was told that he might go ierlryfllwUtempting meal Each of the little folks had a glass at delicious rI hcmilk at his place untryI Noticing that Edwin was tiously glancing Jat his glassvMrs 4bey observcQ with a well und rs meaning Edwin why art thou drinking thy milk tOOdI With a determined air the boy ly pieJedup the glass and shutting lila eyes as tight as possible gulped its contents own procedureattmctedthenttentJon least n severe scolding the boyex claimed rdidTlt moTher Irswall lowed it l rSwallowedMrs Abbey now more alarmed than amused f Those twoflIrestKatgotln my milk But I swnllowctl them Another I swat lowed them Isadora Hedges in La dIes Home Companion POULTRY POINTERS Laying liens must haVc meat or milk Always feed some whole grain at night lr Epily hatched chickens Usually snake the best breeding owls Feeding a ifttle at a time and often Js better than overfeeding at any time Ajibcrai use of ground bone will correct the tendency to laying soft shelled eggs i Keeping fowls on hard floors will ire quently cause swollen feet and legs They must have some loose ground to scratch ove- rTurItsysnsnt Have a good range to- be prbntable They are Insect eaters by nature sour need a good range In order to fhrive well and grow economically After the dqcks and geese are through laying the feathers should be pickIbefore the fowls begin to lose them WhAt a True Scholar In The scholar In the true sense Is the man or woman for whom the schools have done their best The scholar knows some one thing thoroughly and can carry his knowledge into action With this he must have such knowl edge of related subjects and of human life as will throw this special know edge into proper perspective Anything less than this Is not scholarship The man with knowledge and no perspective Is a crank a disturber of the peace who needs a guardian to make his knowledge useful The man who has common sense but no special training may be a fair citizen but he can exert little influence that makes for prog ress There may be a wisdom not of books but It can be won by no easy process To gain wisdom or skill in school or out Is educatfon To do any tIling well requires special knowledge and this is scholarship whether at tamed inthe university or in the school of life It is the man who knows that has the right to speakPresldent Da vid Starr Jordan in Atlantic Epitaph Too suggestive A man whose cheerful occupation Is that of making tombstones is telling his friends about a woman who visited his place last week and said she wnntedvonnjce tombstone put over her husband rave with some short aim pIe inscription on it He asked how she would like the word Uesurgam She inquired as to Its meaning and when he translated It as I shall rise again she bald In a panic No no mister make It Rest In Peace New York Press A Hard Road The way of tile transgressor Is hard quoted the earnest citizen It is unquestionably answered Senator Sorghum The way people have to employ lawyers and stand in vestigations is calculated to cut down profits terribly Washington Star f That Was All MarIa demanded Mr Blllus in a iloud voice what have you been doing to my razor Nothing said MrsJBillus except sharpening It again after shaving Fl dos tail with it Its all right Isnt it Chicago Tribune DeRttuiInic to Realize never beard Dlnsmore acknowledge that be was growing old before did he acknowledge It He announced that be felt Just as young as he ever dldDetrolt Free Press Still Outs Tesa says shes ready to make Bg it you will said the peacemaker Tell her replied tba obstinate Jess if I bad a complexion as muddy as hers Id be ready to mnfco up too Philadelphia Press- Elcctrlcai Oscillations Hertz years ago first produced rapid electrical oscillations andsbbwctf that they traveled through space with the speed of light and reappeared as dee tries oscillations and sparks in suite bly arranged conductors at a distance Starting with waves twctity feet long in air and DsclllatingISOdOOdoo times a eecond he worked down to waves one as long and ten times as rapid A Time Slayer Miss Nexdor This is a pretty time of night for that Dasher girl to be playing the piano respecterQt1meYou BJies pIaylBaiUmore 41ca WtflhiIZeMiTa- ve you ever been onfrlfii asked the magistrate NoV Replied the prisoner at tl8 bar bydynnrnltePhlqdep The largaaa Commtent Yes said the Billville father that bey shall be taught to tell tho truth Biles mighty yoriig to be sent so Jar paraci54iua i TrHNEWL A WINDOW1 CLEANERSI l riwrUlnv In Sky cra em I Rare em Krve aail Stewaeluu F The reason that rcaInrsac yertising for windoW cleaners said the foreman ot a company that cm ploysl200 men iiuthls business 4isthdt so many men throw up their jobs after tliey Jiare been at Itnwe jk or so saipatatf good wages as a mechanic or a inor tonnap The work is steady becanss ntnrl pI1 tccanlnglnNew Yorks big buildings is done by cozi IAnyreally In need ot work who promise wel enough at the start give out with law few days Sometimes Jt is their nerves that go back on them but more often it is their stomachs We send away half the men who apply for jobs without even giving them a trial If a maxi drinks or is so nervous that he has tfrdodge trolley cars he should keep out a man on trial the busInessI him In gradually We skyscraper job right InjIFrom private houses the beginner is sent td lepnrttuent stpres and finally to the talf buildings Once In awhile we find a man who can Start in on sky scraper Jobs right away without any trouble ibontlook downf Look up nil the time Is the constant admonition of the foreman Not one man In ten Is able to obey that order The temptation to look iowa is irresistible If a man cant break himself cf the looking down habit it is nil up with him He is sure to come around sooner or later and give np lila jobSw York Press YOUNG ALLIGATORS They Feed itot Once a Month and Tlieii Prefer Ilve Food The thing of It being difficult to In duce an alligator in captivity to eat Is a mistaken Idea said a man who owns a young alligator and knows all about tbcmhThe question is how First of all an alligator feeds but once a month and then prefers to cat any thing that suggests life anything that moves For this reason angleworms besides being good food for U prove nt tractive to the eye of a small gator and later disappears with the same nil ish it would were the alligator In the streams of Its native regions Again n small portion of row beef makes excel lent food for it and the alligator never refuses to eat of a piece that Is tied n string and slowly drawn along In front of him In this way giving a sug- gestIon of life to the food Another thing very important to know In the care of an alligator is to exactly under stand how to make It comfortable Ttio best and simplest plan Is to 8ccur a box any ordinary wooden box and till tile bottom with sand which Is thru covered with moss Also have placed inside of the box which must be kept In the sun as much as possible a flowerpot saucer filled with water Thl must be changed frequently All of which makes the alligator very com fortable for In case it should become tired of the water there are the moss nd sand for it to get out upon So with i properly arranged home or box and a llttlecare as to its diet there Is no rea son why the little alligator tourists so frequently delight In sending their rlcnds from Florida should not thrive n captivity Washington Post Never Touched te Scotchman It Is related of the late Shirley Brooks that he had at one time n very Javorlte pig Who alas went the way of III pigs and w converted into bacon Brooks sent some of the delicacy to a friend with a note as follows Ills end was peace and I send you a piece of his end The Joke was related to a Scotch man who laughed very heartily and Uiortx afterward having occasion to iill a pig of his own sent some to a nl alive with the remark His end was cace and I send you n piece of the Jig And he wondered why nobody aw the joke London King The Worst of It Bprkpr Is not much on form said he first commuter Why the other lay I saw him eating breakfast foot or supper And that wrsut the worst f It What could be worse t broke In the 4cond commuter Why this replied the first com muter with n grin lie actually haitI n evening dress at the time with n lonilng plory In bis buttonhole sew York Times A Doctrine Time Rev Dr Fourthly was ranln me of lls pastoral calls at the Upjohn nnuson Doctor sad little Johnny hiring a amUse In the conversation wish you would tell mo what you think of the Jottrine oif prestidigitation Ex changeCured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil Var Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Ilcait disease it curable tnt in people idrancedage it does not readily lend Itself to crdinary treatment There if however hope for all sufferers in Dr Miles Heart Cur which we know from watching hurt beds of cues and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed snddiseasedulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for proving the circulation of the blood hcartliliCuerrandIdStnise llleft thrre with ta visit my tizterhi law Mrs T A Kfrbvl1t Roanoke Vt thule I taid nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old otni On reaching Mrs Kirhys BjeiusUted ihouJd try l r Mi cs Heart Cure pro ured a Jew bottles of it al o tle Kervine iiid Tonic Afterusintf one or two bottles f fdepaarcdtisted on keCpifJI Itu whkh I Id1mjroemrtitSKiii began in earnest and I took- a all fifteen or i xteenlKttlelll was re tored to prsct health anti while 1 am 70 Tars old I comp ttively a hoe You sir are a benefactor and cheerfully recant hC1rtCurctosuffcnrih All jfrujrfsti tell and guarantee first bottle Dr MIct1tewcdas eo l Tiree book tin Nrrcu andJlcart Uijeue AuUru Dr1Js Mfdklo HlkJisrl lai NFffiGRrnS HONYAGED PEASANTS ATTAIN CASTE IN THEIR yiLLAQES They T4e1 Far 3way to Izojnt Distant Shrine and Monuterles The Hoij PJacci They Visit anti ut Wlilcli They Arc Fell and Lodged When thi snows ofr winter melt la Russia and the snre fragrant With vlolqts and the ice in great masses floats down the rivers to the sea the peasant tliols on the threshold of old loge tired of long inaction comes forth from his izba and looks abroad Strarige thoughts have been stirring in him for several mouths recollections of a vow that heonce made that Jf bony en willed lie would ona dajf worship in a certain monastery and ti1Li venerate jthe relics of its saints For many a loRg yedr sit seemed as if this vow would never be fulfilled for there was work to do in the village pf which he could In np way rid himself and still more pressing was the burden of a numerous family that could not be left upIfather and mother are no longer of the labQrIloge they Would not be much missed One way however remains for them to redeem their lost position and to en title themselves for rest of their lives to the respect of all their neigh hors It Is to go on n far distant pil grimage Innumerable are the sacred places In Russia and out of Russia which the pilgrims visit On the sterile tundras that end In the lonely strand where the waves of tup White sea fling their foam upon the wfalls of the Soloyetsky mon astery on the quays of Odessa await ing the steamer that will carry them to Jaffa or on the monotonous straight roads that for verst upon verst lead by forests of white stemmed birch or som bor pine to the resting lilacc of St Serge near Moscow or oY the Faints who sleep In the catacombs of Pet chersk at Kiev there may be seen bands of pilgrims stuff In hand jour neying on foot through poverty or in accordance with a vow to their far off goal TILe men often wear clumsy but comfortable shoes of plaited bark stockings fastened round the leg with string brecvhes reaching to the knees and wide buggy flowing coats attach od to the waist with a colored belt Tho women have a colored underskirt a short dross and bodice nil In one and n bright hued handkerchief wrapped round the Lead a knapsack Pn the back and a gourd or kettle fastened to a girdle lint the costumes are very various and It would be impossi ble to describe them all These pilgrims beg for money com paratively rarely They have the self respect aud Independence which befit people presumably so pious Perhaps they have sav d for this pilgrimage for many years thoy nre hardy up to the last th prcc At niijlu iluy sleep where they tan in a monastery or perhaps In sheds that have been erected for them by road and when they wish to drink they stop and ask for water at a peasants hut where they are respectfully received If they are sliort of broad the poor moujlk will give them some If he has any for the charitable Instinct of ttfie people in Russia is latex llngu habld And perhaps too they will rendersome service to homes that they visit Tolstoi lana described a pilgrim to tho Holy Laud who found a whole fauilly dying of starvation and set them upi again And when Sntur day arrives arid all good people arc bound by thblr religion to take a bath then men aiid women will plunge Into the river regardless of the want of bathing machines and careless of all bathHig regulations Glad after this interminable march of many wefeks is the Russian pilgrim when he sees tar oft hashing against the azure sky the dames of the church es of the hply plncei where he U to worship and especially Is he glad It It be a town Ikc Kiev that stands on a range of Wooded hills breaking the monotony otthe endless plain Sing lug a more joyous hymn he approach es eagerly fir he knows that there are food and lodging assured him at his destination At Jerusalem there Is an immense convent built supported by the Russian government which is well aware ot what the pilgrims do to in crease Rii33lan influence and her reputation In the Holy Land At Solovet sky there Is ia hotel with sloping coun ters that sefvo as a resting place At lavra of Petohersk the oldest of tho Russian monasteries there has been a house for the poor since eleventh century Some of pilgrims are ae cmmuodt tNt In rooms that resemble well kept hqylofts and each one has a looker where he may sit unclog the day and sleep at night There Is a hos pital uteri too with elght5 beds null a special wjlng for those whose nil ments are njt of a serious description And for thrqe days pilgrims are lodges nd boarded free nUll many are allow ed to come njnd go just as they will Lnnir Literary Ontput Andrew held at one time what must have been very nearly a worlds record In ltrrnr output His regular weekly worn was six leaders for a morning newspaper two humorous ketchcs fort an evening Journal two long article two book reviews and a contrlbutlonito a weekly Illustrated pa per In itiklltlon to this be devoted tour hours every day Id what may be called pure literature Ho turned out books nt the rate of tIters a year or even more In l5JO for Instance tlicro appeal rod from his pen the Red Foley Tnl Rok1iife5 letter null Diaries Of Sir Ftfljoc NortI rote now to Full In UcfiI rml nltlIFriends For wta lio t5ir l li work would average i3Ct0 wordu a week Vliy icIpUnK IVoaldut Lecture Major 1omi thj lecture manager was long anxious to secure Rudyard Kipling nsn platform star mad Kip ling took assaults of the per l3tcut manager In good part litre Is his ply to a proposition BrattJboro Vt Sept 1CS Dear Mr PondI am much obliged to you for your letter but I cant say that- I can oee my way to tho entertainment you propose TJjare Is such a thins a s paying US colts for n dollar and though suppose there is me icy In the lecturing 11 it seems to me that the bother fuss the being at everybody beck call th0 night Journeju and so on raulte It ycri dear 1vo sect a few meal theIaa I hid two nmortgcgcsai my house lien en the horses end a bill of sale on the farnlVutei and Writer cramp In fcoth hans but picscnt Im busy and con tented tojgj ion with the regular writing buBlncj Voli lot get that I have already wandered cvbr most ot this states and there Isnt enough money in sight to hire me to face apiin somo of the hotels nie soma of the railway systems I have tact with America U a great country hut eho Is not ad e for lecturing In With rcnowed tharja for ycur very kind letter believe me yours sincerely Pt1DYAIW mPLto Doston Traucpt v JjLYISCHLAW t r It May RaTe Taken Its Tfaraa Tfgjta Mayor ot lvrar About theyejir 1500 one Janes Fltz stcphenslyueli was mayor o j tkn tojjru of Galway In Irchmt Ic had mat ibis lion on a trading expedition to Sputa with a good csrpio and charge sumipt mdncy The y6ungiaaa returned with a ship load ot valu bW comuiodltjea i which he reported as having been piir chasci with tile nioacy anal with tho proceeds of tbtf outgoing cargo Alter seine time n Spnrihwpl came along jic mandii payment from lho mayor toe the goods lie lalleged had becnbougbt en credit by tits EOI The mayor le cllnod paynieu as his son averred he had paid fiic2sh for the goods Unfor tunately fur the latter a sailor who had been One of the crew on examiia Uohuy Mayor Lynch declared that Ills unworthy sou had spent In reckless debauchery not only the mOney Intrust cd to him but the proceeds of the cargo as well that he had then bought dudIiran carnal down to the ship before sail lIng to receive the money young Lyirch murdered the mIlD and had him thrown overboard to conceal the facts from his father Ilh young moat was Immediately ar and brought before his father who notwithstanding the tearful ear treaties of his wife and daughters sqn tenced him to death lie took him up gtalrs In lila warehouse adjusted a rope around his neck having first cured it Inside and then pushed the young man onto the window where byIIn town records this entry Is yet to be seen James Lynci mayor of Galway hanged his own son out of the window for defrauding and killing strangers without martial or common law to show a good example to posterity It may be from that incident that lynch law took its name It is not a pe culiar American institution as Is corn monly supposed but has been practiced in other countries The English had a walled town in Devonshire of the liame of Lydford which became noted for the summary punishments Inflicted on proIIbe a corruption of Lydford In Scotland it was known na Jedburgh justice reneeInginia whose methods were both sum mary and severe Is also credited with having given lila name to this offhand and expeditious mode of dealing with criminals now generally known as lynch law Pittsbnrg Gazette General Grants Supreme Courage General Grants courage was su preme No inn u could face danger with greater composure He did not seem to know the meaning of peril when duty called him to risk his life At onetime I saw the general escape death by a very slight margin We were break Ing camp at Spottsylvania Court House and under the fire of a Confederate dlitlnrterSeCUI1pn ting while the shells of the enemys ASbelllpassedlug him apparently by more titan a few incites and struck the ground about thirty feet away Without showing slightest nervousness he called to me to get the shell saying Lets see what kind of ammunition that battery is using I went apd picked up the shell which Was a six pound qpbor Ical case and the general examined It as coolly as If there was not an enemys gun within 100 miles of him National Magazine The Point of View Two window washers were at work on the ledges of sixteenth story windows of a downtown office building about ten feet from each other Ali they hung to their straps and washed aid polished the glass they could look Into the offices where a number of clerks wore bending over ledgers and books For n halt hour they worked and watched the clerks who did not move from their confined position over their books Finally one big window washier leaned back as far as his strap would permit and called to his fellow Aint it strange what sonic folks will do for a hivlngChicago Tribune cotlnni Inxnlttd A highland waiter once refused to serve Max OUell at dinner nod when reproved explained Its no to be ex pected that a self respecting Scotsman could rol1l1D with ceoveellry Didnt be say wo took to the kilt be cause our feet were too large to get through trousers 8t James Ga tettfc Where the Work Came In DAubcr only got 23 for that painting IrkimdWell you didnt put much work on It LAuberWLnt t guess you never saw me trying to sell IL Philadelphia Ledger Plainly evident Bridget queried Mrs Scribble do ron know why ani called a literary woman Ylssum 01 tlnk 01 do responded the menial with a despairing look at the room Houston Post Breaking him In Anxious Mamma Why do you keep George waiting so song when he calls Pretty Daughter I want to get him used to It by the we are married Baltimore Aim rtiui A Cheerful OutlonU Gimeatllere waiter hats my bill been Uide out yett Walter No not yet The proprietor says that Ideas seem to come very slow today Tcrcntnl Assistance Barnes When was young my mother always used to slug me to sleepv Shcdd Yea wonton arc good at that sort of thing lint It takes others voice to waken fellow up In the morn Ing Boston Transcript Simple Mediocrity Why lid she marry him III give It up lIe wasntbad enough to need reforming nor good enough to make a desirable husband Judgeii la finding fault It Is very easy to be untruthful and unfair AtchIson Globe We know of cnn community where the Introduction of n registered Short horn bull 1idtthin people more lusting gcOt than did the worll of a traveling evangelist A3 soon an the people he gan to raise hotter stock they built bet tor houses took more papers and mug azlncsr roistt1c wages at the school fcielcr 3tart jd a Bandar school letIjut tree auJ r44 t el dot s 1 w I CHANCE OF LIFE TIE Worlds FfLlr Appeals Especial ly to the Educator rt GENEBAL SCHEME ONE EDUCATWH t Kentucky KxUlblt Awoclatlovi Offers to 1uy the Expenses of States 120 Most Popular Tcnchert to the GreatS Exposition Contest If Developing Muck I uter cst It is now conceded on all sides that the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis next year will be the great est event of thll kind in history Koth Ins ever before given approaches it with the possible exception Of the Co lumbian Exposition at Chicago in 1893 and the St Louis World Fair Is to make even it look small There is no denying the fact that within the big buildings at this posItIon will be an entire education for those who seek it The great Fair not being built for any one class trade or profession however but for every nation every clime every race Stilt it will especially appeal to the educators of the United States for the general scheme of the Exposition Is education every exhibit is to be in stalled with an eye single to teaching the visitor all that la to be learned by looking Kentucky educators then will of course want to visit this great Fair Their life will not be complete with out It IThe Kentucky Exhibit Association is offering to pay the expenses of 120 of the most popular of this class of intelligent people to the Exposition It proposes to send at its expense railroad transportation board at one of the Ijest hotels in St Louis and six days admission to the grounds qno StateiplimISecretary R Eo Hughes Louisville Blank ballots may be clipped from our columns or they will be supplied at our office or by Mr Hughes It you are not being voted for see that your friends begin at once to cast InIevery one who teaches a school public or private Is eligible Delays are dan geVous qet In the contest at once If you want a free trip to the Exposition WORLDS FAIR NOTES Worlds Fair Clubs are organizing in preIHorticultural Exhibit at the Worlds tourIbeen constructed within the Worlds Fair grounds A large portion of this Is asphalt Most of the roadways are generously shaded and all are elabor ately treated by the landscape archi tect tThe Massachusetts building at the Worlds Fair will be a 130000 reproduction of the old colonial mansion at Cambridge which was used by Washington for Us headquarters lit the War of the Revolution and afterwards by Longfellow as his home THE SINGING BULLET If Ton Slur It WhIz Toe My Be Sure It Wont Hit Yea Dont be afraid of a bullet that youve heard whistle said an old sol dice If It sings lu your ear rest as lUred that it will never harm you It Is a fact as any old soldier will tell you that you never hear the bullet which hits you It Is a problem of windage as the boys in the army call ed It In other words the bullet which you bear slug has already sped past you and the bullet which hits you has hissed In the ear of somo other fellow in passing before It got to you It is n simple proposition after alf Tho singing of the bullet is the atmospheric vi bration which is created and the resist ance which the air offers t4 the progress of the bullet This cannot be de tectcd by the ear until the buUet has crossed a parallel line with the ear It may sail over your head or whiz close to the ground but If It passes you a all the ear will catch the sound of its light To soldier of many battles the voice of the bullet is music He knows that be need have no dread of the bullet that sings in his ears It Is the bullet that ho docs not bear that hulletIsoldier ever heard the bullet which In flicted a wound on hlaiNew Orleans TimesDemocrat No Dtrlnatlom Needed He The astrologer described you exactly and said that I would marry you SheDont you think It was a waste of IWhymqStraIhappened Lots wife I5Fencliorinto lotiatHis Art Why do you say hes a wonderful actor He sat through an amateur dramatic entertainment and actually madcpeo tie think be enjoyed It Chicago Post Slow HE MADE ISIS WAY We came across a young aman tweo tyflvo years of age the other day whose story Is worth telling He was a Swede and came to thlscountry only seven years ago with no money or friends and only a limited education such as he could get in the common schools of his native country Upon arriving in Chicago ho secured employ ment with a big manufacturing concern as a common laborer When we met him the other day he was filling important position of a traveling superintendent for the company and drawing n salary of 1500 a year and WeUtbnpreSuulpUon strictly to his employers business did Via level best arid made himself Indls psnsable to them Thats the way la which the boys climb up We know another young fellow who had fat bet ter advantages who in seven years bar- learned nothing but how to play pool and poker and is not worth shucks and never will be You can take yourI choice boys J ci f ws J L c 1 r J c O iTire bIays vIiis r IIzmtAllOeaaterteltlIBKWIe Utl Jswt 4 Wt Exjperltteats that trifle wife a14 ugrbsMjIiBfturtB mUL jttirtu Jk rt a jnYtt BMM Mt q t What is CASTORIA uteri fa a JuurMlM xbaIbue Ac ear Ti +eerie Drop a4 MetfUmf Wyrmfg It ic niiiiMt It fls5utatanoWLColIcaad Flatnle c7 It aUMs UM Fwni riijrtiiiu ite 1t1TkeCCNUINE CASTORIA iuwrs 4 licutm tt J CJThe Kind YOu Halo lItaJl In Ud corOver3OYssrs555 sswaua asaaa aav sSiie aeea CAUTION This is not a gentIewordbui- when you think how liable yon are DOU to purchase the only remedy universally known andsa remedy tba has had the largestt sale of any medicine in the world since 1808 for the cure anil treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles vith out losing its rt3atppularltyall theseyedrs you will be thank ful we called your attention to Bosohees German Syr p There arp so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists ndt others that are cheap and goodI for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Broocnitis I Croup and especially for Con sumption where there is difficult expecwralidbtldcoDKbin during the nights and mbruiugs there is nothing like German Syrup Tne 25 cent iz ims just been introduced ihb yoar Ut guiar 1siz j i5cent At alllor druggists C Ji Havdon ELEPHANTS IN BURMA Tit Grist least siStiiii f WbWUbovt IeciJateYeftlsJaC In Burma the animal ccaeralij M 4 in lumbering operations U the elephant While my lord the elepkaat solves In a unique way taVtrtisporU tion problem always a TexaUe eae In lumbering operationsbe does than that The stolid and slow mevtetoHH ox can haul a load troEEres place another but the lload has to bV maids ready for him In the first place aid after It has arrived at its destiaatioH It has to be unloaded The elephant takes care of alHbese opentloM i6t only he is a draft animal but fat nonie instances at a word frau his driver he picks up a timber carries It to tile des tipolI t and tkea net only deposits It where It belongs bat does so with precision and comparative ease accomplishing result almost liB possible by band labor and with teM expenditure of time than would be re quired by a steam ciaue In most cases an elephant driver or mahout is required for each elephant but human limber la so cheapnop- be a factor In tIle expense The eli pliant furnishes the labor which U paid for and the driver Is looked upon aa a necessary though not altogether de Blrable concomitant aathe satire helper Is not so much to be relied npon ti his big Charge Opium and the strong brews of native roots work human frailty v but the elephant has ne desire for these In many big lumber Lug operations the elephants are seem ingly told what they are to do In the morning and in some degree left t+ tarry on the work during the day aCo c mdlng to their own devices Very remarkable arc the stories old of their sagacity One cf these stories Vovcbed for as true concerns lumbering and tells of an elephant that was oboist te pick up a log Just ns tW great gene which signaled the close of the days work was soundetK To the surprise el the mahout the log only a little larger titan others which bad been carried proved too heavy for the elcpbanX t I11ft from the FOund Another elcpbaM OeUwrIplaint went immediately to the timber lifted It with apparent ease and car Tied It to the required resting pla arForestry and Irrigation FRUITS AND FLOWERS Host kinds of fruit tttcs tkrir best In rolling lands If mildew appear oa the jraaehuslies duatwhlitulphur Time garden must be mellew rich aa4 kept clean This U the iMlde secret at successful lrden1BJ An application of 4kard 1re4 a JMii will supply tile sell with the p ta 5 necessary In growlBg aesal4 fmMs Bone meal Is aa exceUeat ireafertilizer but It d e mi give lwst dl ate results unites dissolved with seN The longer ka wrcuarij to tla cI Uratton and a c op takes the atiwt tr bccomea the aeecMlty it Meal K naring The 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