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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i J TH NWSwLLDF Ep sl II y- tir II Ne 8eriesol X o 37 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 17 1903 1AX A YEA c 4i BURTON SO LJNRTAKERS AWI gMLMERS arri initoeknlkini of Fonera ePHONE 53 vr OUR DIRECTORY fPJUN6FlBI Di tounty teat of JTmhl gtO1 County 52 mile south 59 miles from t 1 j1tOfl LcwttTUteom Bardstown branch of 4iifl1e and NasHviUe railroad m- K h iBK z l agricultural district MkS te1eraPh and te1phofle- UitexpressoMe flourmills lumber population of ML potfat1onflOO 4 Congress Hon I lt Hdgeflil1eK- YtetatIYe inXeUtUC3 Legs 1reEc G A Dhoney iepcescatatlvc in State Senate H6n K- YTutyDIrctory r cuTcrjiT COURT v 1 Circuit Court begins oathe fourth and OctoMayth February I a fcJi griB Pattescn Commonwealth Judge At Bkj w Sweeney k cane C1erk ify A Medley Mister Comtmss V r tQUARTRLt COURT fQaarlWly Court isheld on the third fcmtay ia each month y 1Litey Judge I P COUNTY COURT fourthon the Cuineet8Csity ioay P echineUth I B tWtscy Judge j W r looker County Clerk j1rs Mar County Attorney George Citlett Jailer Byron Croake SKerifl jt f Richard I ham I K II Mu1laiDeputL3 EdMaiters James F Moore County Surveyor JI Royalty Assessor J PO4Bryan Deputy Jobert Treasurer Montgomery CoronetvJM Common J tt W Bush Supt of 0gpSpr1ngfield CITY cOURTs rJaWs R NoepoliceA Judge IfohVSMSJ MirVail Jt J Claybrooke City Attorney V JUSTICE7eqORT JnsticVCoutls are held in January iXpril July andOctober GhurchLDirbctory BAPTIST CHURCH 1Cnn0fl astOc Ser aifl andlZO I SundaySch00IatS3O Prayer inght ai WO etIg on Wednesday f METHODIST CHURCH J V Icy D Ward pastor ServiCes ineach emtkeTirttandThirdSuuda otatUa mind 730 pfl Sun Sunday at IP am ight CATHOLIC CHURC- Ser I 44eyi nenuessav Pastor Vices every Sanday at 8 and 10 oclock j HI ServiCes at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Fdix Pastor Service Revx in eachfourth Sunday rd ccond and iontbt PRESBYTERIAK CHURCH tta A Strickland pastor Prechlh every Sunday at U nm cboOl vth3 ant I pJi Sunday Siiay t 0 am Prayar meetIP venne at 7 bclock eT f Thur ay Frmttriial Order MASONIC Lores SpringecKt No 50 meets second Mouday Jneach month No 57 Wi ihttonR O Chapter wsW evejry third Monday Council oJ2 meets on SpriajcfieW rerY toftijth MondaV Wednesday in each month everY fkrbt iAMIRICANIsILVER 4 k TIWILL L I 1 1kss tic4t P L1GIZCO XsptncaRIpsZc XntrpXIrrsvuL ti yoc al by C J Hay don A 4 a ROUND Of TJ1I4KZ I 1 4 Joyvflles County fair v p Through the days o parchiq shine through the days of et4jj in rain NT V We bajve vrrastleX with the meadow frass the garden truck an jrairi An at last were onbe journey for tol claim our rightqlshare Othd glory for th fnrer at he Joyville County JPair You that cpnte from put ifhe iity for to see the bosses race Neednt think you know tEe pleajsares of our county m etin place For its no one but ufarmers has the kind of eyes to see What s the real inside gopd tifne the Joyrille jubilee I tomatoes4nWith her name in printed letters an thfrCounty Judge hiajBeif Tries a spoonful tries another smileg ah says hed like ostate Thems tastihest tamattues he ever everate 7 In the art hall where the ladies go to learn the latest stitebj Sisters fancy work exhibit broidered table cloths an sicb l Draus a mpnstrop crowd of people an tKey praWe it louden free Till its all in ail the greatest day in sisters history J Down among the pens anj stables an the heaps o fodder corn Daddys got 3 speckled heifer witha ribbon on her Jiorn Budli as took the silver medal in the watermeloh line An the loudest rooster crb win in the poullry house is mine You may shout about St Louis an your PanAmericanfl With their lakes and lordly buildiris an their camel caravans But Ill bet my crowinlroostef gainst our shoe lace if ou dare That they aint a Jittle circumstance to Joyville County Fair ETTINQ ItEADX Tne McT Chdrd Gards vhichL i tile name of the new SprhgtiGld Military Company is being pre pared to take partm the epcamp ment at West Point the last of Tihis month The boys have been furnished their equipments and are being drilled regularijr sb that they will make as good au appearance 4s possible The company has been assigned to tie Second Regiment jThird Bat talion uMajor JliUliard commando ing Ivlajbr Liiliard and Capt Edmund Mevrlwether jcame in Monday and the latter remained over to give some instructions in drilling and to oihet wise get the company in shape for the cm catnpment Several of the sol dier boys by the way appear to have repented whit they call a rash act in signing enlistment papers and haTe discovered that they do not want to be soldier boys atalU They are evidently in for it however and Capt Howard IMcElroy has announced that unless they report for duty immediately they will bfe arrested and tired before court martial The baldnce of the members however are pleased with the Ijob andI are especially delighted with the prospect of rf good tithe at the encajnpment oniaNG THE RoAoshe working season is on arid Chie various turnpikes thrdughouti the county are receiving atten tion from the contractors f who have agreed t0 furnish and spread the rock on theVroads Tb ap proipriatibn thfs year for road repairS greater than ever be foro nni the joads will doubtless show toe effects of the extra ex penditure ThetQ is one thing to be remarked h o wie yer about all of the workBeing 3pn6 and that is the lack of system be ing manifested in the work The rocn is simply being beaten and spread on the road without any regard for grade or depth of metal Little atteniipn is being paid to the ditches either which are really the most important thing about maintaining a good road We san blieve it would bereconoray for the county to em ploy an experienced road builder who is a so an engineer and who could h4ve the roads constructed in a scijentinV manner so that they will outjast and outwear any rbad built in the old slipshod mannerJi CHOOL OPENSrOne Mould hardly have believed that there were as many children in the district asassembled Monday morning to have their names ert rolled as pupils of the Spring fieldUGraded School Both the old High School building and the smaller public schooUiquserwhich are lo be used astdmporary quar ters are almost filled and the at ttendance always increases from the first day The corps of teachers now consists of Prof Getirge Colvin principal C W Stallings Misses Sallie Carrfco and Emma Nona Tlrs ar rangement will hold good for the iSrst session of tive ironths at the eridof whichiime it is expec ted that the new building wiltb e readyior occupancy Itisthought that after tlie ne build ingis used und the schpol prop erly graded that several addi tiqna teachers will be required L 1E lever County CterkWI BoSke hjasv fpr niany yearsprijoyed a local reputatipn as teller of wonderful yarns all of which he votfched for as sfrrctly true but on i recent visit to Tatham Springs he gained qiore laurels in that line and was declared the champion in a warm story telling contest in which weav entered many others of wide reputation from all over the State The particular yarn which was awarded first pr ize as related by Mr Booker who gives his ageat 84 years iy about al followsr I lave her a most re markable watch with almost a national reputation It was pur chased for me in Chicago in the year 14G by Mr E L Ifavisjon Sr a former resident cf this county So great isthereputa tion of this watch len accuracy as a time piece that the chief tram dispatchers qn several of the railroads frequently tele graph to me for the correcttiine This reputation was earned by the watch in h somewhat curious luuijjiti tiuu a1t1iorM l the lllUl dent may appear TuWeasonable it is an absolute tact and can bft vouched for by men of good veracity like nVyseff Several years ago when I was quite youngiad active I tool occasion to climb a tree iq my orchard to shake down soccje extra choice apples and before doing so J re mo ed my coat ind vest and also laid my watch on th6 ground Tbejre happened to berunmng in the orchard a yoyng calf which attracted by life falling of the apples ciim tip and began eating the fruit After descend ing from the tree I looked about SOT my watch but toiijy distress fqurid that article entirely miss ingand finally putitsdisappetr- ance down as an unexnlained mystery Threb years after that time when myi q llf had grown to a tine bee Ihtd it Slaughtered and to my astonish ment ajnd delightmy long lost watch was recovered Jt hall ben found securely lodged Iff the throat of the beef an upon examination was loupe to be still running having lost only three1 seconds of time mi the three years It is suppose tthat the animal in vfallcfwing or going through the JpeWor1 mance of chewing its cudl Jiatl kept the watch wlpcii is a stem Winder wound upJN t l SlomacliTronlte r Ibavo been troubled vithinystom ach for the pnst four enrsr say4 D Bench of Clover fook FarniGr cn field Mass A few dava apo 1vas4 induced to buy a bpjcof Chatubarlriink ftomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of tbem and feela i rat deal better If you have any trouhlo with your toni ch try a box of theTablets Yqu are certain to be pleased with the enlt4Pric 25 ceits For sale by Hffjdons drug store 1 No sufferer ofrbenmatism voud bq without DR CLASSES LINIMENTV if tlsey knqiw how quick it Yiould re lieve the pain and reduce theswelling Sold by WoOd Campbell Distress After EattM Cnroi Jac ge W T Holland of Greens burg1 I aiwho j well and favorably known sajrs Two years ago Isuf fered greatly from indigestion After eating great distress wonldJinyaTiably result lasting for an hour or so and my nights wete restless 1 concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and iti cured mp entirely Novj my lecp ial rereahing and digestion perfect Sold by C 2J Haydon j Ordered Into Exile Dispatches from Denver Col state 4h at Re Father John push ing lio has iVeeii at war with Bfejjop Afatzf of Colorado for several years was ofderod into exile for the remainder of his life by Mgr PaIcpno the Apostolic Delegate to the United States Jt is aregeU that Mgr Pafconio took this step to finally settie the trouble between the bisnop and thel riesfr thiB former agreeing to pay the expenses of Father Oushin aWthe Trapplst monastery at Gethsemane NeT don county f JatheteCusliingjeahhe FLouis faille last week ortliis way to tne raonestery and emphatically de i iad that he had ben ordered there for Jife Ho claims ifoat the Apostolic Delegate did order i him to reraain at ihet mqpastery for a month af fetVhich he would re urn to his Colorado charge Sjieaking b f rim the Louisville Pqi ts iys 1 Father Cu shing isa priest of Striking appeapahoe Tall and qf impressive figure lie attracts tIe eye at once His lace ii fihely chiseled mid his har is curly and gray He is in very poOr lieaitli and says that he is suffering from heart trouble Tlte least exertion fatigues1 him greatly hut he believes that the rest and quiet at the monastery for the next mohinwill bb benV fiOial to him There he will don the brown cassocl of thesilent broth rhoodi and will conform to the rigid ruje of the institution V V Father Gjishing iis well WoVn inIfehtuckyvwheKeihte has beep stationed vFqr a number of years lie iitd charge Ot the Catholic church at Shel by ville Kentucky Standard y Wilat Lift In the last analysis knows bud we do know that it ts under strict law Abuse that law even slight ly ipaih resjits Irregular liv ink means ideranibment of the obians resulting in Constipa don Headache or jJiver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pilts Quick ly ryndusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 2dc at C J Elaydons Eatlilk Persons stifferujgf rbtn judigcehon dyspepsia or other Stomach trouble- WIlL find that ISfodol Dyspepsia Cure digests Yhat you oat and makes the sjomnch sveeK This remedy is auever failing euro for Indijjcstioii autl Dys pepsia Sinil all complaints affecting the glands or niTjnibranes of the toni ach or digestive tract When you take Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure cvrythijig you eat ta tfesgood atid cnery bit Of the nrtrfmenttijatjOtir food contaimi Is assimilated aud atronriatcd by the blootl and tissuejp Bold by C J Hay A Pniia Picasnfe if yen ever togk DaWitts Little Early RisOris for billotiuess orconsli- pation you what a purgative plcaiuro is These fatiiotis little pills cleanse the liver and rid thcsysteai of allbile- withtut producing uiiplcasant effects The dp not gripe sicken or weaVcn but givo tone an J strength tp iho tia BUtfs and organs involved II IloweiljOf figuston Tux saya No belter pill can bp used than Little Early illisdr for cphstlpatioli sick lichdnchc etc ijold by Q T Hny dbii Tried for Assault ViHidTn and Felif Smith of New Hope were tried in the County Court Tuesday on the charge of assffMiirng Will Kd Hutchins ol the same place a lew daysago Vml Smith was Lick t6 answeiibefore the grand jury and his bail Ijxcd afc j100 which lie promptly gave and Felix Smith wits discharged It developed at the trial lowever that Fijrix Smith had othervvise been connected with the jiffair and the charge of Jbrcach of the peace wri6 preferrefl against him while Paul Maters n and Edward Hujcums were charged wifcnnctfrryiiig concoaled deadly weapons and fifing them bri Jhe public higbwayyana AVm Smith was chargbU with carry ing a con cealed deadly Avottpon The trial of there cases isset for next Saturday and the parties were released on their own bonds in44 in the sums of 10D each Ken tugky Si andardj r rTodirc a ColdIn One Day TaVe Laxative I3romo Quinine Tab lets All driffglsts rotund the m cue if it falls tocurc E W Groves slg atM sqn each box 25c J i1t I Marl on Matt OPS From The Falcon Mr W P Bell has sold IllS confectionery business on Main street to Ins cousin Mr James Bell Possession tqbe given on Sept 22 MiTE A Waynes farm out OampbeIJsiilleke VaS s9ld Thursday to Mr C 31 Crowdus clf this city for SGpCJ Coi R E Whayne was th auctioneer vAsheak thief enleijedChe resi t dence bf Mr S H GFrin tead Tuesday evening while the amUy was af su pper and stole a pibclset book containing 10 which had been left on a table m a room upstairs Sofar the guilty party1 has bot been fquntl Mr Joe Graham was married in Ginclti nati yesterda wqe k ago to Miss Daisy McCain of hilton Casey couniy Ky His bride was on ti visit to relatives in that State and Mr Graham friends knew nothing of hjs mar riage until the latter part of last week The groom is employed with S H Grihstdad Co and he happy young xjpuple will make their home in this city Sam HajicbcUj a negro man who cam4f here sonie time ago frOmCampbellsvillei went to the lot in front of Capt W H Sweeneys hdme this morning about 9 oclock and took off all otj his clothing in plain view of the family and others Chief Thomp son was notified and caught the scoundrel about an hour later qni theC 0 railroad and placed him in jail The only reason as sighed for the act is an over sup ply o meanness j Mr William Morgason is doubt less the champion watermelon raiser of this or adjoining cpuu ties Yesterday he brought toj Lebanon 21 melons the smallest of which weighed 40 pounds and the largest 50 pounds They were of the Mammoth Ironclad anti Blade Di a mbnd varieties and wereigrown byMr Margason on the A Hour4gan farm about mile and a half from this city oi- tlie Danville pike Dn lijacrei Ue haa raised over 1500 melon nd 150 Of them wefghedilnore than 40 pounds eaclj the others oOwever were of god site ail tlTe quality of them all his not been surpassed by any melons oh the market this year fte Gennne js GfilitGrMIs The genuine is always betterlthorin couuterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realizcjdI or more thoroughly appreciated thajh tthcn you compare the genuine Ds Witts Witch Hazel Salve Salve witjh the many counterfeits and vrocthleis substitutes that are on thej market W S Ledbette yof Sbreycpor La says After uiing npmerou rtnii dies without benefit one box of DOT Witt4 Witch Hazet Salve cured faieV For blind bleeding itching and pro trading piles no remedy i19 equal to DeWittg WitclvHaze Salye old liy G JHaydon V A Young iferp ltis not olteii that a thirteen yearold boy possesses the pres ence of mind and true bravery such as was display dbyArthur White last Saturday afternoon at Clifton HisRraridmotlrer Mrs W C Stockton hismother Mfs James White and his little sis ter Emma had justbeen rowed across Kentucky river by him on the ferryboat The horse which the women word driving became Unmanageable when the Wood ford side was reached and backed the buggy into the river where tho cater is fifteen or t twenty 5feetsituation in an instant and lap Feted your hair nourish it give it something to livbjon The n it will stop falling ttdH wilt grow long arid Ay t s Hair Vigor is the q- nlyHuirVigpr hair fo od you cnn buy For 60 years it has been doing justL what vre claim It will db will not disappoint you hair pd tot Very ButmfUr tulnR Ayer JUIfVlcor ihorttlMO Jtjbepin to erownni noir It is fourteen tnche lope This seems a toxnjafterbethg- alinnit hati sins J U i VjiadO Sflkgso1u JlM bottle jSTxRCO All b efl Macs drile1tfOV IMMMWMMM Short Hair mginothe 1tlittle sier He then swam to where his tn tier was sinking the Jast tirneyar d taking her by the hand said Hold tq grand mother with the otberthandt Sho followed lil i4stluQtiona andz both were taken through the i Iwdter by him TO the boat Mr John ILannon came upon the Scene about this time and assisted Mr dhisi iuar4ness i the waer Ouc jjhpeyali corres ponddiit writes us thafc this is t ie thid horse to e drowned here within the last year Anderson 4ews A Bois WiI Mdc PLi With famiy around espectirg y him to die and a son Titling for life 18 taiies to get Dk King Ne JDiscovery for Cqnsumptiqriy Coughs and Colas WVH Brown of kee yjllp Intfij endured deaths agonies from astnna but this von3erfiil medicine gave instant reHeJ and soofr cuted l tiim sleepisoujicUyeverv night JLike mar velOus Qures of Cqnsumptlob Pneumonia BronchiHsf Coughs Colds ripprosiits niatch s lees merit for all ThroaV and Lu n gHlrouble g Guaranteed bottles SOc wad Tria bqtkleS freeatdJ H ydo s Publiq aIeot Fine Farm L ndPrsonaI fo rfy MyfafnTfonlainingi96f acres situated on thq Springfield and Willisbuig turnpike abpnt 7 miles from Springfiejtl will b sod vat public salebn Wednesday Sept 30 19tataOcjclockaJ m This is bneofcthe best and most pro ductive farms in Wastiingtqn county and iheiitoprqXements on it ar e of the very best The dwelling is a liandsome modern structure containing 9 rqOms with all conveniences a goocf cellar and all neressVry outbuildings There is alsd on thej firm a good two room tenement house audi a Gne stock barn 60x60 fet There are three good wells On the place arid an abundance of stock water besides a large pond Well stocked with flsh The greater part of the farm is now in grass arid itis m fact a model place for raising fine stock f At tho svmo time and place will offer forst4tetolJowingS personal praperty lf head of mulesr 3 of G years old f extra rjairs Of 2yeafbld mules 16 hands nigh 11 yearling mules 6 mares Krrd 5 horses 7 ihil1e colts Ane family horse porfoctly safoj for lady ia drive one saddle and fiape s marcv on6 3year old harness nm e l enndt 3 year ling colts one 2 year Old saddle and haness mare 2 re isereclI Hereford cows and one Shorthorn cows find calves 4i Jersey cows arid calveS 3 2year old steors J2i yearlih steeri 3 yearling heifers 5 woaplinssfeeer alves one v jj nd roi es 7bicxcI vows a lot of nieshotes awes bred to Southdown buck nine binder one mower and rake disc harrowdisc wheat drill and oilier farming implements one rubber tire buegy one steelFthi buKsryocesurrev one 2horsp wagon 1000 bushels of toorri1 10 tons of hay One Grand Sdudre Piano one Parlorf Suit and nil nther housebold and kitchen fur niture Terms The terms given thfe nnrchaser of tie farm will be liberal arid mado k bwn on day of sale On the personal propj erty a credit of 6 months will lbe- ffiven onamquiitsbfl6arid over with negotiable noe hearing 6 percent interest Sums undeir SXOcasb GADoEoNEY BeechlandICy- Capi Englih auctioneer Owes Hisiitfa Beiilili3s Killis Mr p P paughiartr well itnown- throu houitileJcerianoSiSSjimner odn ties W Va fe081 likely ovres his jlife- toUhe kindiw of a neighbor IJe was almost hopelessly iafBlcted Willi diarrhoeappas attended by two ipbyr- Bicfaus wh gane him lijttlo if any relief whoniajtieiEhborlenrnlnRrjjjf his atrious eonditlonVlirdngbt aJOt tie ot Chamberlains Ootici qholenI and DIarhoea ibedy hiniin less vtbar twentfr our bo P stle byHadojaa diugf store J4t Mr Brewer Of ari Mrj John BreWeri t h e well knoWn drummer died Tuesday t night altera cpmplicaton olj p l troubles Deceased was a man of he highest integf ityj and a citihen whose worth to the commnn ity wits Very great HeJeayiBs JQ wife and six children tbrge sons I and tjiree daugHters to mourn hiscTeath y Funeral services yrill Jbe con uete atiheresidente this morn ingby Dr A C Grayes assjsted by Drr Stod artj 4ftey which his interment wjtK take pla e a i Ryde emetrr 9s whf and h children have the fympathy of The entire n oracmunity Enterlprised J A l I iiiIColor3tThe Louisville EendersOri andn jSt LOuis Railway fcas just had completed for distribution a large order qf pictures qfi the Battle ship JEehtueky wiii0h isaf Work b of ar and should kel in every Kenbciy hoth Tiiepictte s reproduced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph by Mr Eurique Mnellef the ot- 3cialphotogapher fbrthe United i States IfiftYy laketi the shipis leaving New York Ihirbor for a criilse ItJfr lone ih colors the grey fighter slowly plowing its way throughthecarefullysbaded green of 4fie sea LDc1 carrying tthetopof her nagstaff the Stars and stripes in itheir naliurar red white and bluet It is admiril lir suited tor rfran ingy but as it is kofcteji out 4an fceatyy fiveplV enaJorfelec cardjbQa rd it will proye an orna mehjt to any home withpufc iran ing Six cents in postage s n- ttoLJLvin1G ft A ot the popular Heuderson Eoute at Louisville Ky will bnng this beautiful picture to your home Wtofet KflmWaft ColiCr j31io1g aii BarlieaRiuc 14LB1eraWll known cooper of tljjj town saya he believes Chamber lahtS Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remjpdvtsavod his lite last summer ETeliad been fiick for a month with what the doctors calhbUiops dysentery afld coild get nothing tpop him any good until he tried thls remedy I gave him immediate ielfef says B T lattlci merchant Hancocirr Jufd Foratleby Haydons drug store qrmefrly of BardstbwB 0 Frederick BJ Etaird who died in Chicago last Wednesday was knwqnas Vtbe fattest maW on the South Side1 He weighed 356 pounds Mr Baird was born in Bafdf tbwjn Ky fiftythree years ago and came tq Chicago ui18Il as thti represeiltajtiye of an ISastTrn book cqrpqf tiqt Sllqitly afterward he organized the publishing house of Bairdr Dillon In 1888 the firm failed with 4iabili tieo1IOOOOOCascng I to rtrieye his fortune Mr Bairi invested 1 in i lottery He drew fo000 Witli this money be engaged in thej real estate business with Edwin Fv Rowland arid retired in isOff wjtha handsqmjB fortune Hejlef p widow jvncLl daughter Ml s s Jessie Baird Courier Journal CASTOR IIA for Imfaatf aid CMlirti Ike Md Yaw HaysAIwys 8MCM Sears thb Signature1 f Somebody was relaiing the other day about a farmer whose son was a latin student When the boy came home for his summer vacation he was too lazy to woriron ttia farm One rday the old man showed him agpilch fork a pileof hay arid tt cart What So you SaJI them In LatmVhe asked Pqrkibus hayibus et cartibjis1 was the reply Well now said the farmer if you dont take that farlribus iand pUp thai hayibu into that cartibu break your lazy bati bMi aTh boy went to workiDU atopceibu at orfie wouleasily guessibus fifty fcswrti Gli jf Sober G Iog ri6lL had been less arialy ti al a little m rre sparigin ridicule ioiie t th thiniesifr JWA which ara r ally worth ifimDibeting irpatd hsy f gtveji him a place lit bear iacif estranged Fte w mea by writ eIlwith geatherptb ocex resed iii aioiitbim ttie 4al happiniwikk ome fromiht living kre aud ishonie life i asch as uy f lo well thtaeroSCi Iwitrf vas dear ta nature awl hil a4s was not withhiJiroai those IL heed A young irian whofqrfi ilr aclerksbip iii WathiQ ona wife had written for aa biiftMh ihentrfrom MV Irigerto fpf4TM the folio win characliNriiitite ave daty acres ot laud ltb a f log cannon jt maYthe woman II3 love in the cahin wlth a ifttSif J grassy winning path lfa iJHcX dori tothexjsprin whfpc U 0 waterg rglear from thf Iipr i6it tfie eactbs rhlitling Ray sa4 ight to the wbitep liles 4rpetpal pqfeni wi hoi1O1yr1 r groyingafc ithe cornea oJthquseV an d morning glor l looming ove tha Ipiil lateSfMtv i door with lattice Tlpork joVtriSii widowsa thaL fletu1igt would fall chieckdi tbsdi pled babe inElecrae iidbl like songs ith wmg bovrinp- n the summer itbasb tbs lerk ofS any qvr PSiiI1Cjdiieli Wednesday afternoda b tw 1 4 and 5 oplfelc a lipjrjiirbr i over the city itnct have never witnewicl bdt arelw3 lookirig f thought they w reup qi 4 the real thinj Telowlcias up rather uIhexpecWdlyaif fejy mthi1es tiie o ths chud omehiu trriEc bUl bord standing jfai3Mj telephone Ol e 0 4JOy coir was gathered Mjf tiit hurled across the atrefet a aintt the show window qf tht ujfjiif Murrey Drug slore shaUcriif the glass Just around th cbrMir in the second story at the sam building the suctlqf the wifl caused a wmdow sash add sciiSi fo tulge out seveyaj iticiker At the Cleaver Epuse two irfd6qraat the entrance to ttUJL as loon were biowvn togMhiwitk sucf fote taeaa all shatjt red The dm thiN 7 irisinces wascbn iijii to ty- nqthing of the Injury to trs which suffered greatlEr A prise PbUcSaktM Oii Ssp inber 221QO Beginriijig it lOa aa p ftr fqc Sale the frth qOcibtimKOfl75S ares known a theTfepi C5ocb ran farm 2milts iott o CackV yule on the dirt ii3i4 l liHt frdm Mackyiiie land irrjTilki pike toMackville and EMi Tern i pike Hl miles jroqa Spting3 iand i4 niles fr iHsrrodbrg Farm contains 145 crs ia jfrato 15 acres in cultlyatio sa j 15 acres in timber good hotttt a i outbuildtngsof all kind Fia stock barn that will hold 5 acrijie of tobacco Good tenant bqwit and good well wNLrML ab mda c of never failing Kock jrmler Terms On h te Jt aiSt balance hilhre equal piayioMi of one tWq Qdttirfyia r wilt sell tyit followhpfOpSftY threegood vvckdidbioodMUc one good work hori pr two year old atal1io ird b8rIPIS Boy one fxtra iikC4fihl7l- YOhistr 0 two eulieg Ms Jred lhyMaIabCiaOBOYu2 MIkJL cows with aivesbysIds 8 JMt ling steer 25 hid of xtni gOot ewes one thqro ichbrfd ffowl jowuBuck 18 head of bbI good feeders jaratlaf lsps mentspfatl kind epMbUng o pun twohor wagon TeowiHT machtnhke drjU two Oav1Uh1 krrIi er Oiti hay and 6qr4 straw rk eri Bairik1 ol iia and kItchn1ftrui Teri sunat 10 aidl wr n t amoibt cMb M Sva4iz C MAT ssl 4 LOOCRANift I 8 N OpbSU R1W Tilt KlVtADE LfXD ZVEIW TITURSDAY t a T i IPRINGFI9LD K i EL DAVISON J- rit EnTu PLt5U1R Aj r r L1oor pstne noUCeS 10 cents Pe bsequent insertionr and political atter 1 iCIIs on candWatea csntS perltne work Is at low rates b cash b pat oxifeUverS of goods 4TUSt Wrtlsinr contraCtS made on4Hwral rcrn OjltuiIei and resolutions of rnspeci 3 intspr1ftie 2to 4i JityMRIstrat County Qmera ThstrL oicos I L T For Circuit Judge We are au horizfd to announce the nwn of f CHARJpf PATTtfSON a Candidate fOrth office of qircuit a Jadgeof this the Eleventh Judicial the nrinntfea OI District cmposed of Marion TayiorGrceniand WLthifl LL i iSWe are authorized tp announce V BL DURHAM zeon ecunty 18 scanddtU for th romc8 df Commonwealths Attorney nbiect loathe action of the Damo Scratlo part1nVh18 the 1eventh I judicial district composed pfs ibe pounties ot Washington Stanof Taylor and Green t f Porcrcaif Ctqrkt i f W are authorized to announce f V MR L M CAN PBEI4p t ycanjidate for tbe offlcejq qiicuit ItCourt cork of Wadbingtonjconnty Tpvember election if electjeSVill be asgieted n the office by RoOt Noe I 1 For State Senator I fl are authorized to announce ilARRY LANCASTER I ofMa candidate tor the ofiftceo State Senator from the b1 15tb Senatorial district subject to the I action of the Democratic party j For Representative vv are authorized to announce v- MrWIIIJAM D OLAY BROOEIE asy a candidate1 for ihev bfflce 4O Rcpre800tatlve In the lower nouaeTbf Kentucky Legisjature from Woshington County v sGor Beckbam is giving out Imor5o promises zhio t pardons Heand Congressman John S Rhea Spoke to an audience of- S z v ap5utl5CO people yesterday at 1 rlipdgenville In the course of his remarks Gov Beckh4am took SocdAsiuit to say helaelieved wit i the Harrison county jury that GJurtis Jctt antl Tfm White were t guitfy pfjhd murder of JBT ifarcum arid lheyould not r v celya executive clemency this hands 4 I Ir i- e It looks asif now Curt Jettls in ifairAVay to bet brought to1 justicefot7one of his crimes at J J1ast Aftertne introduction of Iumbeto witnesses by both fiides in the case of Cirtis rnlt at Qyrithiana yesterdaj Judge Os borne overruled the motion of the defense for a change ofve ue and the selection of a jury was beUTiAL11eI ejrhausting the regular panel Juuge Osborne piv dered tne SHetilt tosummon a special venire of fifty men 19 ap pear in court this morning V WANTED fJWe would like to aslr through the coltimns of your paper if tire Is any person who ha used Greens August l lower far the curebf Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has ribtbeen cured and we a lso mean their lesults such as sour stoma lI fermentation of lood T Jhlibitual cOstiveness nervous dspepsia hecaies1despon JS deit feelings sleeplessness ifi SIact any trouble conpected with toe stomach or liVejr This 1 medicine has been sold for man y vyears in all pivilize countries and we wish to correspond wfth Lou and send ybu one of our Books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 2 cent bottle first We havcnevei known of ifs failing If so i spmethin more sorioas isthe vmauor wiih you Tjivi 25cent Has jest beun introduced this j vtiar Regular zo 75 cents 4tt drurgist8 G iGtcn rlfutterly imjwseible for any one tto yfecl vrbjl ttrb gtroin arid actjva sjr ei the kidnfly SreideraiKed From this nonrCeoioreailmentBarlae tI1e91ti 4stIdnofmotesrJbuAcompiasnts ar t1iaiflromtn other sourkdiced rGAYUBA If take lii inoilI eur4 altkidney coiiiplaintf In rrigli s dia p eaieund diabtea it ylll prolong life 1 fpfcby Wood Camp ell izi7w sSSSKI st News From The County04t tSArnonthe County People asi Reported by our Correspondents i Y J Forvcs1 ViewJJ Some one of the oprrespon derite of list wjeek requested the other cpr esponcnts to wrrteof various churches hi their corn munity JTh6 grand old church St Rose ijs the only one in tbur midst thai weiiave to write about At this tthie It is being beau tv fully improved and wbeii finished will be second to none in the State No one thathas not seen this beautiful edifice by piooin light cap imagiueits beauty with its inartificent towers spires pointing upward to the borne of thoscTtlirtt restpeaCelully aroiihtl its sacred waljs waiting for the summons ComeHome There are three seryiees on Sunday at 5 a m B a ni and IQtSO am These services are conducted by ipmia u5f the most able divines jf Iourcountry We have listened to several seriiions delivered by Roy Pcthor Volz which were berieficiafvery Richard Cdmbron and Ting Mclntirb have gone to Gethsem ane toaCtenfl schobi v Preston Plrillips has gone to SU Marys College for the pfijs ent ternp Mr tack Marshall and Mrss Rebecca Aubergwdre married t y Pather Poters at Frederick town Sunday Weextend our cougrat ula ionis RobelrC Osoqrne of Louisville vJsi ed this parents several clays iHst weiek Irs Glasgow is very sick at uio re5idenca pfMrs Martin Simpscin RichKrd the littlcx son of Vv OBfyilln stjuclf a nuil in his foot last Ti esdajr causing gijotit pain The IktloXolH o w says th ey now havethree cripples on the farm one nrule abrs and himself Miss1 Lillijj Craycroft of Mead pountv is endng quite a wliile w ith tjio faripy of Mr Robert Montgomery1 t Miss CoraPbillijJs oritertainGd last T uesdaY in hpnqr of Miss Mar Jo toclin Miss Nor ijSmith and brothers enterlained a nambfi1 of their yoUafi frier ds ope night recentjy1 Mrj Sidney Osborn will sooiii have LhIn y house completed as ilhe pastor rs are at work Nr PatjiHainilton vill begi- nwl on his hew house in a few days H 1 v ji Damon GaVrico stole a Avonlc mule toWchardrmiih for 120- Rtchardf Smith sold to AI Smith 10 acres of land ifjcludirggaiden inprpvernnts for OO Wat O3rya bought jsrsveral fat cattle froin Vill KingJ Puce notknow Ooe BlaTlfprd aid Roy Smith bouglit therrfieorge Smith far n briOO acrosfrom Richard Smith for 80 per acre MOORJS71L4JE j Miss Tsie Mann and NVIiv Emttietj PnilUps were married in- jSjpritigfienrSept 9i 1908 May every joy be theirss the vJsh of their man rfriendsV A WilliamBohiitt1 of Iowa whjtif left here about fpurt en years ago iii here on a visit oat Sviluretur i home in a fow lays Lie is acqf the Into Wr G Bol int v I was over at BlddmTield last Saturday and fDuml business very iris k but the boys had not gptten Q er their ddfeat in the ball gain i of Wednesday wlioii te score stood 12 to4 in favor of Tayloj sville Met Mr A H iMerrltiel and found him u very inferesliiig convefsationiilisfc Mrs uatpRenriizer of Louisr vile is isiting friends at tliis place AH our tick are iirpr6yjnx A prbi racied meeting willcom menceJatNew Hope Baptisb church the third SunilaiV nijht in- OetbbejVt IThe MooresvOie boys went over to Woodl iwn Jasb Satariiay andp1iycc1 a garae ot base ball r BURNS BRUISES r The score slobd 17Jto 19 in favor of Woocliawn Mrv Nat W Halstead of Bards at Maud itttturUay in the inrertsgofr thei1rKge Mrs Estplla Hardin will spend this week with her parents at this place Mr Owen Wofbrd anA wife of Chaplin Mr Ben Crow and wifeofPolin and Mr JEd Bpbiitt and ftunilrof Springfield spent last iSunday with MrV Siisiin Goatley r- MrWarNii Pile and fnuiily 6 Simins speim Ihist unduy jvvrth Ed Mayfields fiuriily Mrs Susjiiv Goatley1 has Sold her farm to Henry Offutt for 00 and Mr Olfutt hUsrsbld his farm to John Pile jor 1V700 Posbo pSion to be glen imuAjUiatelyi Mrs SuatiGoatley has goiie tb reside with heir brothpiv W S BobHttj accompanied by her sos EJmerj ariddaughterj Clara Ye wIslfthern vil There was a colt show hero last Saturday D L Hutnpnrey gave a premium for he best colt sire d by his hore which1 was wonbyTi colt belonging Jefeori Lydahe Ire George Andrews of Maud and Miss Banche Swearirigen ofyWpdciraAyrti averc married at Jhe home of the brides parents Sunday eyouingat 8 oclpqlt Rev Bpswell officiating f May ever jbyj be theirs is the wislj of your humble scribe OLIN r Mr Albert Walls vl Ill Kfr CatSaay Sunday Mrs Susan Hiatit vsy5sithgi Jidr sistpiv Mr V J3el Cheatjian atPulinV V 3 All of the yonng folks hat want to get married shouhl clall on NewtV llardin iv he can tell them how to get off J Mrs LTzzie Scott vishod her son JOB Scott off Taylopsviile this wpel l Mossrs J M Lawiand Hen son Spcott attended the ass gia lion at Fred ericK town this week iuid ireport ajtiice tune YouV hnmblb scriho had the pleasure of attending tl c Teach ers Associatixin atHiisbwrr Saburday iilnt it was a success in avqrjj respect M Thad Cheat han delivered an oration Mr Geliil GJibbsa clef UVmaifoirand a very instructive lesson on Ulojv tojeach geo roijhyby analyses wascteljvored by W Pl Cheat hans Rocitations lby liMissos Mabel Gibbs and BlancheShlrley and Uiljpw toleach langiliajjft by Mfs fipssie Birch A very able talk wits delivered by 5upt J V flush oh Jflow to grade the Conmoir fecliopl fENWl Mrs i B en Wiufle of Decatu rr 11 is visiting her prtnts Mr a iMis TT IvQlicyV ut this Lplace 1Mks Yerna IValston his Je turned to her homo at obation Juuctipnlalter iCviistt to flfends and relatives liirq Mr Dec Noel and M istpr Chye i visited J N Cull lust eek Mrs J G7 Cecil and children of Ray wick weie here last week MrsL r M ymith of Fred erickburg was here lust yeeJrioiJ a viait to her mo ther J Mr Frank Aiiilersou was in Lebanon last Sunday Miss Jenrii Logadqn visited Misses Myrtle and Aiiiiio Los clQnlasta idjFt Jilti TfeliArvr A tlirferin lura rrinn jto Chiciisp ItprCEUinc his dpfci s fin i c revenue t 3in5 rOur b jsLweiTt oi0r To flills luIllIjihe HHIsboiO tcjun but they soon saw ihat they cOtld not do niiy thing wrthour boys sb tVffy got a picher from Hairci sburg and jsHTof the VPiliisburs bcJys and idefeated our bos10o 3 = ataci I CUTS Relieves Instantly Ilcah- withcutieavngutyar Ssthe bl edinE Kills ths Pain prevents Blood Poiion Hoals quickly j Stops the Pain Pevenls Swelling 1Draws o tthe InffafnmatJon It will dp vliatvc say or money refunded I For Sale by C1J11 Haydon Jiardnsiy Sblioojiouso 11r and lrsWba- ieisitipgMr YdjotOscar 13rowt o- flrfPifio 11 very sidlel at tiswiting RftvSimnif filled his regular appointment hero Sunday Mses Toxic Birlow Tavle Soodlett and Bssi Drnry vis ited Misses Ida tuid Martha Gray Sunday V MivvTumcs 0 laii oC Kliltsbqro and Misj Coi delia I4K3 of this pIa e1OlIl to Spiinricld lnt iiLurJny innd got raarificd i5 isses AUtul Yanc y and Bloctra CookSfey were the pleas ant guests of Blisses Noia and rcliaGpodlett Monday Mr Zack Grow bought of K L Gray six head of 040 pound cattleat 3i cents Mr CliarlesHardesty and wife oil LopisVillc are yisiting friend ittid rejativesatthis place Mr arid Mrs Mit Sale spenl Sunday with Mrs Martha Car ne riear WiHi bur Oscar and Ormby SheWmakGr of JHillsb9ro attended preucSiin hero Saturday night iJaclt tile- A ri bod jrirm iis very inuph neuJed inpur spctipn as stocu- Waier is getting scarce Dhlz fruit is nlso damaged sbine truth the drouth v G F Yycoff left Saturday for Cehtre College foanviiie Rev R H Hobbs retumod- froni CynthiaiHi Tuesday wivejn- jie lias beW attending the annual conference bf the M E Cljrimih Mis Bird Petvrs of neai Stanford has ben visiting Vqlat- ivjfeH and friends here for several days Miss Peat Raiijesof Stanford is t he guas t of M isses Ncl and Cornelia Hobbs at the parsonage Lawrence Vhlirer left Monday tot Wayndavillt Illinois wliep he will attcLd schoplk Mrs JolinD Sweenoy lets been quite sckfor several days with tvpiipid feyer Mrs tulie Turner reMirnf Iucsdrty f roirt a fet diys yisjrtp her Sisfeir Mrs BP Cosby at Q3ntlluaitn TliO meeting at the Baptist churplV clpsd on last Friday niglitwitti about fourteen adV tpnSjvhinQ of which wcro lyip tisel last SiMitHvy inprning at ILttO LCCh Mock Nipljols antV faiinly f Roe Full die visiting rolatlvoe hjre lust Snnikty Miss Nqda Tunei entoptaiiiaifl itiurdnv evening iii hpnol of Irer guest iAlias Gardner of Frantrfort QiiivoTtvmimber of our crtixeits Vttendofl cbinitx court at lihr rodsburgund ncnrd Govv Beck lrtn dolr an atlclre Dkd last Stik Jackson hn agediuid respected lady aV the lipmo QflxirtMi lUer Mlirsv Taift Cregpr Dccied had boii an iri valid for seVenfci yenr but bore her sVifferlh s with iriierfcc until slie vis hopeFuncalby RevvWurd of Spti gilald jnftor wiijch the remnins wero laid to rest in Bethiehenv cpmci tery Frf1 Ajiit v Badii hln nlor e hndTlosUl liis1 Such lit brief was the coniHfcion of an old suldjor ify namoijf JVT Elkymi of Vetsnllos 0 For Voirti c wftttroubled with SI- dtieydius auil hoitt ei dotir iqr nVejlljCYies gavo burn ie1It Al Irfiv bh ie lined lillectrle fin Icrs U pfi i lfm on hi feet in short bftlclr aud njv he tefiitjesi Im on till 4 iuad to cbmpmie ic bpyery J3ot pn earth for Lllr ftnd iCuTno y troubles and nil forms of 5tora ch and Bipwei ComplaicUB 0nly 50e Qufrrj aut ed by C J flajHlon r r Liin Ii a Kinth Mr PP Daiijrh0rt3 well khowii throuyliotit Mcroer and Sunnier couiif ties W Vn iroel likoiy vtja hieJIe to the kindness of a nefehfaoKv Jq waaahiwat licpolosslv jsflliotsd rith diarrh wa3vas attenIod by twd phy siclaosrtvhogana him little if aivy relief whona zicigbbor1nrniitg of 11i81 3t ouB condiliojfi rbugljt him bbtr tie of Chlniberlnins Oojic Gliplora anti Diurrhdea Kcmudy vhicHi cured diii Iii less tlmrj twentyfour hours rtd7Hhiriti3drt1gstore Ose nutetMagh Ca For Coughs Colds and Croup S1r a The only kind of consuinp tion td fear is neglecteV coriiirhptipn People are learning tnat eon suhjptibn4sa curtiblfc disease It is neglected cbnsuinptioii that is so bftcn incurabl At the faintssfc suspicion of consuni ii get a Jjottle of1 Scotts ulsjon arnd begin regular c sCS Fhe useot Scots Emiilsio at once has intKpXisands of casps turned tie Balance 5Jn favoiof1ica1t Ng1ece4coisurnptiOIldOcs nat ist crc S ot1s Em l is Pjrpmt use of Sdtt Emulsion iKcclltlhe dsC1ui1e can I5e cliecked jsaIcftcs +iJk bTrr r I4OWEciftibtr oi Iad Sret Kew erk A SebUTS H AJRQ LI r E aoine of tJi IInrilNii9N nxI nnuBcrX TliataiUNt lie JFiicciJ An unfprtRnatp says wles liaijithv fyr was ifut with it patch tb Iiw of the mrtlcr piuiiosts fij the furwbvtlt- viropt tti iwarl tlio tolddy ttnthi wjlthci siflifa of the stion and the Hght frbit warden the mriied crusts to ji glate of iec as daz tingly bright as the Ilndnj5 flashes of jHtiiliglit froin polished jstctl Tho tbajr b91 crusted O1 t1i4 troll tiid caut 1is1 to kti Ift1I eyt on lien y to ioe tiIGIhItiI tngitIi4i Sudlleiny tln intdd ystin devolopedi ex traQJilinary hues Magenta purple and bltfcU iiatojir s began to daiiCc oa be upw alternately with whirls anud roekctpof choose irolorr lire Tliejif the hght went out altogether though thet i4unifl kujew thiif it vaf broad diy He hail boc6iue snos blinfl tie pnl3 tIiLnr oas to Jjtvt IK hois he hit The horse stood stbpt still fly tHai limo he knew that lIP liad lost the trail ltogetliQror tin brpucl ft would have followed any visible path He wlioplwl the horse about Its lll refused t go on and tlwntlie man inferi + tl Jliat ihf mist of cce hail bPoiiJ80har It that tho horse coiild not folJoTibacii1beway eoiiit ThatII imu Vmy gnu 117 trooper slept under saiklebfankote witH the fiultiifiil 1rnrc1 staMiHg entry j For five ilg ys the trapper wahTer ed blindly over the rajries losing alT count of time eating snn to qionch hlsihirst and feleepinjlii the hole that the bfoitc to Jil i OWIl througUtbp lee crust to the tinder grass The jroop r cras now too xyaik to inItIIIl and keep th6 saddle AS ar last Iwpetli thOUght struck iliira that if die tinsxd dlfii 1iK horse and turned it loose it might findi its way baek to the fort and so notify Ids frlenits fliAt he jvas lost tiu5tlth bttlifiilthifiI tore rfcfus d to leave tneuitaii lying pits rh sinttiiJ stood tfppnlihn In itP of all ihJftefwii fo iii11tltofr Ouithe s jth iliy thVrifoil C5frietjfoiMHl the jtflr JT1 iiijppot was jyorejjv frozen but tbe ribrt ami ikpafe irved to s n ahIy azdthiti1i vtC PICKINGS FROM FICTIO4 Pinuis n4 the itferaa ctviliwUion biiikif iVwhich to Ifijd4i it mistatps 11ai rnd c log v Ifsj plTftiiKCooltalniWNS Iji try to Rty doWiJl rukS flirNrtAisr folks to Hv by AiUans faith in biipwlf i3pffen the elil fJQMUfoiof a woiriiihr fcitii iri him ftoiiiitl Siivil lltk Woiiiit who 1MS ltSlIrtI11 4t jOSh Is perhR ItUSIIt hihiuiJiti- ftrn1 LtI2er IIfortCorIfnte- Uk 1 rhoe we luthSt1retPlhiliit- ahte very oris vhio tre ihost iiiijiuyed Ho iffti thtniselvei rorwlueed III Dughttr ruNt Tlforo iw ugriivIy of rorls they de S4liIl and iiovwcllkib they must like VstpiK cbute umUliiiy front abov to do an lMjuityTf5fy ONtKI The sliienuil sorrow dF jlesiwtiani is iwtthntirde net lore inch buttTiat It lores th0ry too much niiil trust j thejiufoo Ilitkltolwrt tirowniifs No woman MlV olvjptfttj to her lituAMiidV oiltij icalitiiriUoir of an other woiniu but lieji it come to inOthwt oiiiait being a fiietr hit life and th ugli1a u Kvifal tiuist tutu sltnnld resnt JtrDe o tl8in and Democracy ThV ay to IilMUlfy tier Ajuirs j Kt el rt tlw kind M- rlns it Is dititt for intfimuieff of tinY I fShUS to dlstnH lteli mmv fliey rffehr a ears old ana a oiiro of tl pfllr to 1IIII MeqhiflhhhMflk 4fit iiil of the fimn uiei oi of tho tirlnoii the street the ttIr tiny and pt li VV V Now Arliifeli aiir ymi Vgrtes or tlielT Ii BtmiU ni tell jou W rWL Nlii Agnr gijriflod t4ie w dUI Wkjvi and tlieii tiwitbiicl of hrc- lyifby littl ligrt in her nioiith nut wiHtMibted you cau toil me easy Im- tlir rnw Vuii tlw tothiew Yrk Prsii TlnTiirU ninl the tJrnycV n ltiujn flIShl3 of In pei nj ry SI5lLd btiry llupjr doW Iii jprotU eis IhJh1Chtii Jtst n itstr IIhlreh anih iiobe mcii we BCLhlbiflej ip do ppiiturie nge tnTJ n fMiiiiopIea in otltfr TurkpU cltk iKMliA are plaeedvin the froniid a 9 iotI iihI11IIP lastt sfwrk of life llai ae1l TMJ MusMuhimji beliefres that as lohg n thlKxIy uibnrllkl the tipirit is in torfurnt sod that It iis a crime kiii In inipherto unotrta grays e1d1lw1y iln cwnptcrieAarotuid tIIftI- otkttiah r citlr fur exceed in extent tile jRlodefl of thic living If v nia Sn AltriKlited lie tuniiNi his pinsucrt Yu Wnck t1tV why do fou foljbw CkuItLIht nre ehl I amwymir JthhtShlthhf coniwhloiaM inofWnpiy rPpjkiI hI slulowChl- engo Tribune Bllc1 Aiiiia flits worlciwitlp fagyefdrniAr velous cures iXtsutjassosiny olhensulyiQ loiioiij piiUment 01 biilm for Corh Cuts Burns Bails Sort FolOhs ulctrfi Totteij Siltltl um Peer Hore Chapped HaTjds Slcin Efuptjons ihfalliblo for Pile Cure guar antwd Only L5c at C J Hay di n w j y 2jS I To Gum a Cold In Oe Day QunineTatstsveni t4thij 0 r r E I9 pp1y i 11F IiWiAIS JrJrTHO1VIPSOk 1 GRN5 Is theplaee to go With your prothtc aiia to 01111TOtI Su11F Oi Ii H6 Jij1 I FIELDSEDSI1 Ofaltn dS Agents fo fOLD HiCKORY WTAd3IS M for the l3elebiat- edELLWOOD I v i rrtfSg STEEL WIRE FEOES Oiir line of birdies fbftheySprin beginrn1 arrivie aiicl is more elaborate than gtJ3Jbt H Vrl 43vv i nA rV A i ir trv7 iUH i 111 IIY llallt1t at Lovest Prices THOMPSON GREN JSP- RJNGFIELEYL4YI WVfr- rv f vmi qi 1IQf iP i Poor man He oant helper He gets bilious He needs 9 good liver pill Ayers Pills They act directly oh the liYeiJ cure biliousness z Want yoc moustachc or beard a beautiful brown or rich back Use ftjnFTBIT OF FfiEisrcH HISTORY 4z IJmplr Lost TL TVnjiS Qf the JtiMrlit Sort if rUaliis Ilnhlt An bid legcufl jvCjlilcii imrikrs kj pie friseoDIittt teflhihoV a kihItWnWftI lost for yra tpf fj rscslKHvjiallD tp vblumi of fjofcr JUat r1eat od Jjlw LrflDHcl1IMViY r1tellv owit- thlI rkisoii iMkb it fIpeiiI lha hi- eEliIrisg T4J4 Lii ihi kttleofd- itn loa iclt itp irwre the nipire of let 1wti by itot pobS lag exa J3tHj itit sort erf rklins habit It irtiMjitlfc nin g oi Settti 3 1871 I Th t5W hp rriwlr ot3 he- 15rciich iry Ufl4ii4t Ih ihl3airor Ni- poleon lap fiIh55lflrlIilbO1it Jbutr Lh t1t7 c4tti uw1 thr- s li qtsjrevotntIsii awl ih llsii bItlnhlgfof iuip rint fiiiihIy St 4 jtfantift a man whioi tr Qrd ytlii fllQtJdnna uhio 1iri iZtiO IItI4iIiIth 1frl t hdnjt3 ai grern ale ILIrheI ii t tt Daki of htni krto JfJjbr ittajt ty wtfe tto appear on horwbitk Iu tl 6 jmltteiflf the pee ptej Gfnkrdjliitaid ahuI annmwio th a tUmtirti etfthe CmJ eioif fYOr 6f twnsS9JPlhhiho nppoitUHSii of TJiiera A miijrttcT 1ic7pIre inIhit1u rtvjBfl onethiIiig itht le dqiui fo turn the ti410 r1hIf4myiiOt 3INT M Urn attvfcAiat Jfrheii tpU Hr hi Aa worjirsj f hton spught Cpi4rwtr cu4tuii fir her KrforHWi ct4t cUd not be fouml 11 ontydttplchnblt 10 riiiIerte- ts afntakrohe otrien etbtokl eml Vvltli auhiIil5sr nLal1tkstal hit IttIuhiqde tie hot La z t fahh1atici1Ihcetired rifTair of tM ei Ji of rqQuIsiw i ha iit th t it ol4 to hlJtSl lttjhh arh on Fhtll q c sloii Her iip itrahee in U tnIghthn lit 0ppoAlt1t tifleCt ilpolt tite eri- fol 1h hiPelt lc Iptmte1 Yfl1 plauiMid tbfSgv th wt and titi ifli ce ipwI ereLiittcd ANQS KCR NEWS LThe enRhiie Vjri ieTrer I htorli hXatil3 Pot nH Ji nrt iiidt saM tIle tIr1 tmik II4IL 1h New Irf- l4tlQrhIrfAtt51 Ihht tills that hitthcorki- Is IShIWh th sonii lv i 1iie- lii hArD ipirter r sa tOf7 Ii there l oli ahLtw2iie lie who k1 what I wotiti mt4blV44 al SOrt ot 5flbttnj w4 SIIIII oter- anj roiid wtt1it1 t that a FtMttBo t of tho oftliidijjf lias pf Ttiij yWrr ai II W- llniing aftih1tIiClTtflt tiU i f f ipt jtelia ckkpo ciryrc4itnr- ii k 0 tt the ahflityfi- vIi 4414 iii ssigii th tit EantQ i I 1hiC ttdlt I5vr iilur IPiP niii vus h huciIil you tbt t tvtaestttr r ifrisirts Cne- t ticijd 3lvrn storar tntt- irj 1 0TKl OHllit Lj r vbile tjjooihrr 5i1 lt Ltv vKkVcf thej I eriiitiaubr Oavj- TRl Lth et1d ih it hotij tbe1tieii coer j ttortt Ut Iri 1Ii- 1ralptjII nIitlHtrn r thei Sftflhily 1t1 2 1flIC for ltriIui 1Iii iir- Iat4J b2111 1rt i rbt ialc Iy Lhlrii JiiiiroaILm un ojt1ra Til iiturhofrireport Is at Uanje in a hv rT4lraii tne en ink and oui KJwjCitc Rw jn the Iinposinff istPnc He MNi ltte adobtthg awonu- fek Li rplii nraitee aa1- kiitc1tiiig about ii lni ItiO fitt UfU llinjr NII A Fia itakYer ThiHM JUi y0j woijhhi t hi4b at 3burPOjfkvrrnlilt wftfkrtr Pm 0Db J114 wIlMhhii L 1 Ate you sure you are all tight and Ihoso vho dont belh Yr s yiiii lo arc all WD Nbraka FWta Journal bSLt 1 aken iii exchange foi aii thing ill Qtfl 1itieexcept our as will iiot dispose of ii 1 aLall lIit we have over 3 fjQ SHJNGLE That we iiiist s41 by 1he Noveiii- ITr eieetio4i and ii w is the tim ogt goOd cash ha1gaifl 4 KenIuckysGreaITrOtsLEXNGTQN TAKE iOO PURSES Mbfr 6Itii 17th 1ithi IDailyit 20000 McDtl1 6000 Tansylyania t30O0 Tennessee 3OO0 WalnutIJail Cup OTHER GRAVD RACES1thJ ieatest Pogaie EYir Of lalflgates onall RailrQ ds I C ISTILL President E WSHANKLNi SMwt oi aJT i A IIeryt4i ia ttat tibt litW- irrii It L1Pri1t 3fri5ltper stii itl itit lii ff d mouth or tt Onb U1bISaz Wjih Ill IihII jfr bF uon IItkithteh- iaaui is if in rnIre be4tt1thi lO4tO k II or thr eonlt4Iters fle- Ihutiiht mrI au- nItnily hiviiltt It 3vii4d t4r4o in irint the 4tieIstMi lt tnIe I43e oUrt o eloIt iaii f ad whej4JJ caiit- wim liec1oip L rii in ris efi1hIieitE1 stniew1ut by tbfc racttjini t 0c 8njreso eotu iio not Utfiot li4l4H IIowevIr Uii- ii4i1 wiu tqin to the ewrgtii3 lie leJegrsjiheii tq1113 tiitfib4foji cornn Kllflhlflt SCto upr mft I1IrL at qiiee hod ha rhiw iiaeetsjl1ijocs- owe cnn Jt thedeZiion tnour 1iO- OTIedHonfpflinay itnfihg1bijst sIVnhiicrJnihiantlnir Ihir Tea U B7- imy IICIgIIHOFS thj11iIfl about dflgr TnILalte7 Nte toQ ittnna lie hia- sthtrrtuuttinn of lginrn Judge of biity and erktitneatrettSOIflflfl DMiiohg thieCraet Kl frfiika bt Ut qtravagiustty + S I l iinukl flle omen WnII1f Kke tUW bnt thire Sr lh SHIH 1151 hOttiTllf- tIttiIi Ihi3ler1 hfe OlaJAet Ml Snwiaiird11lOOh1 lrhllL tJtlt fair i whlk hie1- milneeeuhliy yti it llhitPlaSStrahfyR Wa mit waI1trflh inni ob- jeet uid I 5LIfIOiO 3if will auiier the purroe 5r rr isTw ys r fS i tren1thTofMc ff o you buy adds to Ri- valub irtthe cut 1LI Cqft e comes to ofresli tnd of full Sstrcngth ibvays in sealcd tirpght pickage Bulk collecslose their slre gtir dcterhor td in flitvpr andaatsbathcrdIrr I1nitonn trvhne tYalt D WjUt4 name t3 JJws De1iYes Wti2tM et tt IVth crit4tuY eihreiad5a1V hi fa Wthhaje1 t cpiterflro1e4 t2kzis dieD iit wlIdanercjt peWiItWltei 2efteb r 11 ht6h1DgrctrudlrIPIletIlro1es SprSs Cocthistoos Crumiu 3kM SAtWEzAuDf E C DeWitt bcs- gi i r v c 7 r 1T1T r ri T M I M BURTONvh47 vr I NTJITVIt J i It jfJ i tdUSfHOtJT rP lN T Wi ryOWJCTFHasaH Block iip stalra ftI 1 tH IINpwELDxY Air Dental Work Strict Firstclass1 l 1DR 4 H LAMPTON I littf OFFICEJ3 i JIj DS fJ SMOGK 1 t SP1t1tGFIELD KYi t t J FEICEDrt Rineharfk for L j ttfrjpffibes over Peoples D poi iBank Office hours 12 to 2 pin r a 17J iiF G R S 3 kT tk TNEYAT LAW f oomc over JPeoplei Baolt i t KYI SpRINGFiELD r Vd JiJf11ib EQIItTw lcby t JJ as rsou haroll Agentse 4 lb it o1r char forsate the iqllojrinff escribed property mostly t =11 jWashingtofi countxa Complete description of any of this property vill be furnlsbed on request lA a6refar4 located onI the pikeo fl Jt mjlfeSJfrbmSBrinfffield Ky- Wvilrei room dwelling new barr wwlF fenced and watered Price 530 J rpiracre 2to acre farm seven miles from Springfield neaf tbe pike all iribigha state of cultivation mostly in gfassj vvefl imprpved Price 3250 per acre acre farm 4 miles froni Spring field near tbe pike stall house and small barn 8 acres ofJ creek bottom Pruelb per acre J42 acrei farm seven miles from Sprtrigfield n tie little Beecb 30 icres ofbottom land good improve innents of every idndo Price 30per acre j t acre farm six and half mijes ui3m Springfield on the pike good ff impiovements of every kind land all ingopd state of cultivation 20 acres of gpod creek bottom Price 330 per acre l ojicre farm miles frjom Sprinr field near the pike good house and barjn farm J mostly in grass Price kOperacre 3 f200i acre farm tvj mileX from e Spririgfield the pik wtll fenced and wateredjtall in highUstateof cuI tivation Jays we ll Price S35peiprcre acre farm 10 miles froth Spring fieldj 2 wiles from Loretto Good houseanbarn6O acres of bottiom It Pi1ce 85000 ift l30 acre farm three miles from r Springfield nearthe pike on the a County jRoad farm all lays vel and is AvelHencedI and watered good house aiIdbarii 133 acre farm eight miles frdm Sprin fieia good tour room house jgoodrstock and tobacco barn plenty oft gobl tobacco land Price 2250 j per acre 50 acre faym one half mile from townlnostly In grass plenty of good tbaccoIandJfour room hrouse stock and tobacco jam i5l acre fa m one half mile from Springfield all in grass first class im i goodIIIorchard I v 247aeyfatTn ajl jays well and uu I irIgoOd fence rjice seven room dtfeUing1 house large stock barn tgoodlcow barn and alirother out bUld g20acretown nieojsmaU hoiTse and barn milk house and f triage house Price 2000 ifGO acreJ good unimproved lantl 6nte taile from Springfield mostly ih igrass Price40 per acre JlBacr fwsix iiiiles from Spting ifield mostly n grass penty of good tobaccoland four room dvelling and Egood stock aiidiobacco1 barris Price t ei peradrc J V liaLjacre i arm located four miles + j from SpViniffleld1 witgood house I 2tobacco barjft and outbuildings all land v ill 1encd and ateret9tgopd t pe acro t 11 j A I niarale RcoN jOlamberla ins Cough Remedy has a remarkable i ecord It has 4jeen in iffie 1lprover thir y years during which time many i ulllon bottles have been sold and nseL It has long beet theI efandard an 1 maui relJan oyiri the- iicauentOI crptfp in thousands of l ones yetcarlng all this ttrae no shas evirbeen reported to the I manufacturers in which it failed to cfr feet a cures When g ven as BOQII as the child beiomcs hoarse or even ao Otns e rq pr oghappears ft will pevenj the attack It is ploafiaiit t take inapy children like it It con bin no opramojoihcr harmfuKsub tance and iiaybe given as confident ly io a baby as to an adult For Bale y j3flaydOfl1s drug store ftasaII racATARRH I I f ks atgcs thUe4 1vs bl4ciea11Lnef1 7j C4t1m Balm II an htw Idedseuea me tJrsne iitireiatubanddrIT5iiwLcsd rL tcWdr v CrcMBValm placei Into a fioitriie epreiai t iaet tM aembueandil absorbed Relief U lmI eiWunc11curotoU It Is not dt1iRdo tech1JI Lge Size ceate tDxu K mil i Trill Size 10 cents by jnaU M Warren Stm 1 TOtf c L 111L IIll W TOWN iW mnwmnnJ ftfij Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest 5IAH AboutYourself Friends Ii and Acquaintances 5mH J5 nn fRt aHatfancy groceries of all ihsaC W Hagans f Buyyour fruit jars and Yer sugarfromrosephA badart 25sm61assesl 6arrelsefor sale J r CW HAGAN 1 f Pare soda water not milk dilutedservedwiihsbaved ice at Joseph A Shaders TV Why not save 10 percent To do so luy yqur groceries from 0Vi Hagai Thervill be etregiilarserjee- t l the Presbyterian churdh oil jn4xt Sabbath J Wahfe 5 barrels country sor burn regard jess of cost J p W Hagan WANTED Country produce1 of all 1g ftSi jCjIashJf preferredOWHagan p QrH1 It FOR SALE 200 young Wes tern stock ewes V HD STILES idIn business lo stayj dont want trrStire JtoOjyoung so Im going u iivideprofisstth you fr r CW Hagan You will f find a nice selectipn f the verjy latest things in millinery atyd lowest pripes at Mrs Kate Tjllam 11 FOrzSALkOgtbd ewes ard bout 25QOpgoud pavement brick W P pNTGOMERV Picklingi seaSon is now here and we put Jour Vinegar against ay in tbe market 20 to 40 cWo per gallon C W Hagan Eat what you can can what you cant ijjYe Ivaye the cans 4glassf HY Cl W HAGAN Anything you want to sell ake it to QJJW Haanand anyI thing you Want to buy got G W Hasans for its tnere n Why is it that I cad guarantee j very article that leaves i1 store Because I budlethe J best The best is always the cheapest C W Haganri 1tI haVe jufet returned froai my trip prepared to give you the newest thIngs and ideas in Fall tndwInLckjl p Mrs KateWilIiam- sMyuch is complete ldmy prices are tighfer Call and cnhl viqce yourself it costs you npilft ing and q pleasure to me a W Hasan The ladies OfiihePresbyterianj church wins rve dinner od county cohrt day of this month in the Gadberry stcre rgomj Opera j Hduse block A good dinner foJJ1 Quarter Call add see the new laundry agent at Coxs Photograph Laundry collected on Mondays and returned on Fridayi nights The little Hustler JI JAMESCACOjXi Mr nIcounty bought and Chipped fi om here tjo Jersey City M onday tto o cr loktds of export cttle Ifrom W Mt Durrett and Hugh SJtiles The cattle averaged 1370 pounds Mr E S Mayes Jr has sold hiS groqery business to Harry 0Nak Possession given in a few days Mr laycf expecS to return to his first love and try farming again t IJrj i MBurtoc iis buUdinY thrieehe cottages on Osre cjhtly pprchased of Mrs VyT McElrpyon the Mack ille j5Vei above OLhe new giladed scht 0 baitdiog which wilt Ue for rout Gov Beckham aud Hon OUio Jam s spent the night hero Sat urdayilie guests of Hon CO McClhbrB They drove over lfranxijebanon jfnd loft SundayS morfingrGov BieckHam 5honJames for LduisTiUee The public sale of he farm and personall property belonging tQ tie estate of the Idtij Martin Sinopso i took plac Tu stdyanr was well attended The farm which contains 18S acrsof land- was j knocltcddowniartersplrited bidding to Mr R W Clement at45 per acre The farp contains s megood and productive land TOPICS I oo Ivi place has returned from awe t lug 6 t conference haying ben assigned to this placefor another term Rev Vheeden has math the church an excellent and the colored people pastorr tunate to have him returned tct them He says that hs churchIraedpA 1 at the onfe iI New stock of Fall Millinery arriving at M nsfields Our trimmers will attdnd millinery openings and getnew ideas fads and fashions and will be ready fditiepubiic by September 20 Mrs Mansfield Win do the pur bhsingof skckand b6 prepared tto offer inducenients with ex tremely low prices Newest Fall Hats now on sale Will alsoI show fbll line of the Gage and other pattern hats A St Married at Lebanon Mr John H Browne Jr of thIs county and Miss Mary E Gilkerson of Lebanon were iquiefly married oil last Thursday atthe home of Rev W W Stod dart pastor of the Presbyterian church of that place Thewed ding was quite asurprise to the many frendsof the young pople i The bride is a daughter of Mr JR Gilkerson of the drug firmll of Gilkersoh JBeeier Lebanon vhile the groom is a son of Mrt and Mrs John H Browneof the Pleasant Grove neighborhood this county The newly wedded pair leftjiiimjriediately after the ceremony for Battle Creek Mich where ihoy will spend i their honvrn on Jimmie Hagan Dead Jimmie Hagan sjm of Mrst Mary Hagan and brother of C W Hagan the groceryman died at his borne here on last Thursday afjer a lingering illness He had been a cripple from child hood and although u trail little bLdyalways was ever cheerful theltralrsJip the time ot his death in the business of conducting an agencya for alaurtdry He was about 23 years old and is survived by his mother a sister and three brothers The funerall took place from the Catholic church Fridayi Mr John T Ewing Dead Mr John T Ewing who at one time lived in this coutity and WIlS jt well known herO where he lias relatives die4at NOrton In lirmary Louisville on Monday orllbisr avery active dehJer and tra1rI in live stock most of his 1if was widely known throughcut tiiecodritry Hvas a man of a high sense of integrityand honor and comman l dtb respect of all with whom he was thtpwn in Jcllanlof Mr Ewing will learn with re gret ofhis death He had been a frequentvisitorto this place 6f late years whOre he was always welcome J I He hadoedn in faifing 4ie iith ifoF some time and had been m skin his home with the family of his brother near Louisville He MroJamlesTmarried Miss Jante Brown of this place Mr J3wing was a brother in Jawof Mr Elias Browne this place r etpnt The season at TJithara Springs Washington countys health re sort which is npw drawing to a close has ben one of the fnqst iuccefsfu1 onesinthe history o- 1ht place Although tile hotel will probably close oh October 1stti guests continue to arrive when the NEWS LEADER man andIl 5 ust Saturday there was quite a large crowd of people tthere from Lexington Versailles and other points throughout thefc State The genial hostess Mr Sopliia Wornall is possessed of the gift of making everybody feel at home and untier her watchful carcall have a good time an1 want for nothing She ttlls u s that she has entertained 1500 quests during tke present season and wilt maike preparations for inPther large crowd next year Many have been ben litted by the water this year and many iI Valids have gone home singing toe praise of the health giving ftuid JL II THE WRONG GLASSY dIf your present Glasses t faultogiveou case and comfort there some t thing wrong Is itjydur r Classes or your Eyes Thats a vital J Questioa With you J Either is bad enough andf should bring you tp us at once We like to di tm fIdndf tAverage Optician Glasses Rightf Itl tf Good S1ht r 11f C F RUSSELL 4 KyJMain St Springfield RSdNAL IJohn Kelly Jr has gone to Si Marys to school Rev VAF Rogers of Louis ville is here this week y- J Mr John Durrett of Wake field was bere last week J S Glaybrooke has returned from atripto Cincinnati Flag Simms and Margaret Spaldi liaye gone to Nazareth to school Miss Willie Mayes has gone to Louisville to accept a position as stenographer Mr A HMcC lOrdof Wi- nchesteris here visiting lys family this week Mr ClareiceLvne of Nicho lasyiHe was with friends here the first of the wee1 MrJohj Spalding lavelisvveekfor Louisville wh re he il1I attend medical college Miss Mary Brown attericelj tie funeral f Mi John Ewing in Louisville Wednesday Mrs Kate Williams has re turned frop1 her visit to Louis vjlle nd Cincinnati ThuiditionoEW M Dur rett who has been quite ill with typhoid fever is pret Rev SJ Cannon wile assist in a protracted meeting atM11l Creelc beginning yealerday Ruel E oster is in Louisville this weekUndeiHolhg a surgicall operatoafor throdttrouble- Mrjind Mrs Louis Rodgers nd children left Monday for it visit to relatives at vrersaiiles Mrs Imelda Leachman and1 Miss Elizabeth Leachman have retu rnell fronia visit tto Leban on MisSfcMattio Van Natta Aviib has been at lliteri homin Shelbvi ville for the summer is at th home of M F Jones and will atf tend school here this session The many friends of Rev Ji- L Purdbn of Texas neighbor hood wiUJbe sorry to learn that he has suffered a piftial sfrolte of paralysis which has effected his power of speech JJ Mr T Scott Mayes is attend ihg the State Fair at Indianapo lisrthis week Mr Mayes took several head of fine Hereford cattle which he has entered i itta sale at that place laundry Trust iroqneandtoaU Frorn nps- voLaundryis to bstrtctJycaslJ j no distinctions made The trust lately formed Ior esall local agents to pay cash Therefore we must lha vctbe cash Come prepared Wood Campbell Hardesty Wol1jj J R Hag n Local Agents Springfield IjCy iINotice To Taxpayers All taxpayers lXyashingon cpuntyaro hereby notified that taxeis for thcyearlgO3 t re due and jprompt sentiment toWI same Ts requested Also fill sons owing back taxes will talre notice that if sanip are not et7- tied at once they will be proceeded against by law by CROAKE Sberiff prJ 11BY nglqr County tfv t farm Wanted I wish to rent a good farm of about 209 acres for whjeh I will eithfir pay money rent or give one half crops rind stock Ref erences either bank of Spring fleldI dL HENRY WJIITEM AN Springfield Ky A new supply of bats balls masks mits and gloves very low at Joseph A Shade s 1FOR S A LE4 house and hon East Main T3trcet for sale cheap and on easy terms ApplyaJ at this office 5It L iN liiVill Aiiti ilJt j lititi itiwi w ij ISelilngAgencyofme J i Qto eJailorin OfflpdyJ iCINCINNATI We Take All the Risk r fitting You 3e ROSENTHAL A1AYER s urUneIJSoWnhy e 1 r = IE 11111111II IIaft t AiIAf r f If r Public Sale otPar- msnd f =Personal Property I will on the premise 6 miles from Springfield one mile from the Springfield audI Willis burg pike arid one mile fjrn Pleasant Grpvtf church on the road llSaS ing from thaSpringfieJdi ami WiP Hsburg pilfeto thaviBa and Springfield pike on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1903 ntO 9 clpck a rnOffer for sale 101the to the highestt lbiiddjer my farni cdntainihgSGOacresi rrtpre or iess tq be surveyed 1aisis one of the jjjcst farms m VVashJngton cpunty and is tcingro seJjV W In offer it as a wlVole and then m twp tracts of about 175 acres I each The farm knovvii aathef Graham place has on it a good 2 story house tobatcti Uaih iSOxlO i feet also a good stock birn I1tie traCL known as tile hoiji0 place hason ita good 2story 7rooiri house wiith good cellar tobacco barn and aUoutuuildntiS iin good repair Both farnjs wed watered This is fine tobu co lland At the same nine and place will pounCtsteerscows foja inilkerSjS calves jQr gob lstock elves TOheadof 40 feeders weiglj about 130 ppund 9 sows rid pig one marc and rnule cplt pnb mare and horse colrone ucG yearlipg filly about 700 bushels PL corn one binder and drill disc harrow one upright piano and other hpuBehpid fflods TERMS Thel farm will be sold 1 for cash balance onetwo and three years 1nt the personal property a credittor Giiioinths will be given pii sums 610 and over with negctii- euOtebtiigjor cent interest Sums under Sb10 cash J YI THOMPSON I Gapt T D Ei1gl sh auctioneer Corn q Mra Marthu Snider CPJfT81 va iEquitj OplaTerfill dfts By virtue of a judgmentaiid order of saio of the Washington rcuit court rendered at the May term thereof 1lj3 intne Above cause I shall proceed to offer for fiiile at 3he Court Hmise door in Sl rfnglield Ky DN MOHDAYiiSEPT 28 1903i at 2 q clock pm or thereabout be ing courity court day to the higliesc bidder at public auatipnupdn accredit of 6 and 2 months the following described property to wit Tivo travtsGf land situated on ClAp tin Jflvor in county Ivy andtract No J thus bounded tovjit Boginriini qtasttrfar trjeo on said line cor lo trucker now Keeling hence r ItJstalleNil W lOJfpoles to jvJBuckeye onat- malI brimch near Beaver Creek cor to Tucker now Keelingthence South west n tfafghtjljno with said Tucker now Keeling time toan Olin treft oh north bank of g aid river at the mouth of a eiuall drufn thence up said river ast it meander to the beginning supposed to ontaIn79 acres mpre urleafTract Nov2 beginning at a sugar tre6 on nth biinlr of Chaplin River car to Telprill thence Northeast tip and witli said river asiit meanders to an oak at the rnoturh Of ndrain thoncb up said drain N to said Tcrrilljs lineto a ato now corner of Owen and ITorrill thence Nonhwest Tenills and OwenflHfle t6 the beginning supposed to contalp one aero more or less Said two tracts lie together and form one connected bodyof land r FOltho purchase price the pur cliasei or withapproved security or sureties must exeriuto bond hearing legal interest jroiri uatd f pt sale until paid nnfl having the 76rce and effect of a Judgment Bidders fylll be required to comply With these terms f THOS A MEDLEY M Cw c ci No sufferer Of rheumatism would be without DIf CLASSES LINliifeNT if thor knoW IIibV quick it would relieve the Vain andredute the swelling Sold by AVopd SrCamgbell Kodol Dyspepsia Cupe Owti wllart you eat Tho famously e 1f9remMeroJiant TaUorlng House in America IWlug for this Iseason tfio ibest finely tall 1bred a ua eIhandsomely trimmed ihad j tofit gamenta Y at popujari prices The eImOlloleY1Li discove ronIIII IIIJ fII ROBE RTSONBRO bneUiird mjssionertsSale Washington gnrchasors UlJf t U Hit uojth IXELNTISTOFFICE niNgnAnT Btruiuiw- lriOanexitI1ocat eq SRINGFJEL1 RPTJECNDITIOIR OFtrHE FIRST l NlTIOMiBM At Springfield In the Staiafto Ken tSeifemticr19qfto N6167 1 QcE Loans anc Djs olint JU 19735927 Overdraft Jvflecpred and un sdeuredX 46O364irs BOnds t secure eir cul a nu d SoOO M t1i Banking louse f arniture and fixtures i i 550000 jrefcliand ise 5L7TJI 653150 Du from Nat1hal Einke l66p3Ibankers 59494 DUI rzom pprciyed res rvLediigent i 1271700 JsTotes of other National 730QFractiontitickle ahdcetu J952b LAWFUL ilbNEV RESERVE litf X BANK IZ d Specie 44 8877535 Legal tender notes 3S350OJhSl03- SIedmptioufund with US Tleasrtr4 per centOf circulationt J i 250000 Total S294aj 34 t r = = JiOOOOOOSUrph18fun Unclividedprpfits lessr ext wnses nndfux s paid 339109 NatfoDil Bankn6t s out standing ijOOOOOO DuetooHior NatiomilbanHs 153481 Due State 3anks and Banlzera U 266419 fntlivfciualiaeposits subject tp cheat 2 12636872 Time certificates otdepogjti 30989tii lulls payable laclu ipg cer tif1 3tOaofdpoait for moy b6rroweqi4 650000 Uabiiitfcg DiheVthanihose above r edt 8157- o r 294O73t SWTE pFIvEsrpokT COUJJTT OP WASH i51TQI Jsas I tVC Mclp3 Cashier df the above ndmca bAnf lj solcnUily 5 f0ar that tht fiboydstatcpifentis 1ruto 11101best of 4iy kilouledgc jind belief A CMeE1royCashIer- Sulhtcr1bei1 and sworn ip ueTOre me- this16tlhL70fSeptrrzlbcr1O03= I x llouhare l Pt Wpo lfuutnctAtestfl j X NtGAMPBLt Directors H JMQRXJNDYi if SIGN BUD 1DThKE S Mi RISK 17VVodd Campbell have such Faith JlrivMIo r a iht FIk h jFormltil Food thcys ttlltliridctGilnrnnt NOtonc tIthe in 500 dojes iiioria failtto cur dvscpsiav Jt is becatukc of Its remacrkable power tp cure thi- sdiesethat y pd Canipbn are able tpsellittHi heifolIpTinff unusualAvay With every SOc box they give a a signed gear ntee bond to refund thft price IfiirClaer caa honestlj tell them that it has not given freedom froth Btomach roublcs increased flesh land restored health Tri9k is all Wood Oampbcirs aj the fplfowing bond vhichth0yBign fully shows UAANTEEBOND We hereby agree to ref iin4 the vriepaid for Mipnai if the purchaser scdilesJiach troubles Wood Campbell Liibnaisnot a meredigestfVe that simply gives temporary relief While iit hfljois the food to drgeat it also has a pojitivc strengthening action tipbfl the digestive organs and puts the whole svatcnin r6porphysi- cal cpndiliptfl t Ttr restores potver to the nerves ofjthe stomach and in thIs way gives thft importantt organ the pawer to dipest food In this w y natural flesh llis regained and Health restored A Jtemcraterjthat ypti risk n3thtdgr in buying Mipftua The t bnd protects yOU so that if it fails td give the de sired effect Wood Canipbelf will retarn your jnoney without question and without argument S fiNI il 3ALVRih- arto3 he41IIrt iilvo Inpim yyprkfr I r jJ Jt1fj Istney Groceries t + 1 10 In additionto a rehiab1ehjijecj t t t i IL I have flic lineofi fanqygoqcls topeal t i gjthose who want somethiWg tVtte t nJf 1 want you to see mrlue QfIo I Q SpecialtiesJ In Cans an roUtes i J SJ Also he on hand Itesh Iruiits and vpgetabli rIn season it A i iB S M7YS JRIrea THe RNRQiC ti mk I ofoflt t I M Eurfflshillg- si rrI I 1 fl J i J Iif J t 2 Men Wom ChIdrel- lNT t n an4f i o is the time for the ftLadi saiI Misses t biirJ1 1 Washll pess sj ShirtWai st tl ldWalStIngs On IlgSJnrts cfficy We are offering W W 5 Oo Silk Gingimms and Silk Fissi tc fr 35cS 4il4fic Satin Stride Ginghams for 55c W j 25c Satin Strips Ginghams for le 5 t c2c Lawns and Organdiesfor J5c 3 h 2OcLansarni Ginghams 12 I2e S fjLV I2e JPlgm and Lace Stripe Lawns tic f2 i i to j c AIiictT Jassorfanent of Ladies Bladkl 1 M HairiBkijts Aiii tJline of Misses Whr Blue Mohiar Accord on Pleated j SlkiMSr These goods every popu1 fltwandwe atiiB making special piice Wl t i c tllem to p t fc W are making hkvy Gitt ih the price it onc CLrTH I NCIq- v J ln jiP r 15PO Suits for IOOOV Jf t I25OSuitsfor 85Od C w 000Suitsfr 675 Y tVi 800 Suits for 500 1 BQO Suits for 3OO11ISH D9nt rnI seeing these Suits as a I rr9weighfandcaoJy1 R and anbe bcght at ha1f- W9 tn vahle 7 4J j a fgi our entire St atw thiced to mal e riti for 1n irnmensea11and Winter Stoc- kWe1wys1ma9ia1pricesto JI f J l i II 5 r C7SH BUYEFS l r Yours Very Respectfully t i L enn ngbanl Dnneanl d fc iff i I iLlS1jS rJOAN 5 MQELRO N i6NRALINSURANCEA6NJLife f j i tOFFIEOVERPEOPLESBANK5 I 4 h 1j i d 0 l 2t ril Sih 11t t During rhy absencefrom tf1ceWF Grfsby br George N ikirk willfattendI to fthVfeiJtirtiwSr ii for mer J AyersBlajaria awT Ague Gyre n c I1hasnqsttrc tics for allwho live i mthiriil hs tricts Aidrfo all malarial d1se1esai4JlISSl H c aS Washington Letter J Br ideaV Kooteyelts Labor D117 stk syracuse has fctM the otcaisiori of niticlli grti ftfitio on g conservative Jkitricani everylvbere ihi pj r tOrly ftmbng the conser vati res oljiis own party Among mtfay tratbs tbly expressed pertinent taUh problems iQt the pment d and well worth inembe r M by every American tizen ctand out inoro prQflfleflt J jthin the following JtiSi an 4iafaIiouStfling in our Ameiiean ai and fundametttary treach lo our institutions to ap jany man iiy test save iJKtWhis personal worth or to draw any distinction save the distmction of conduct tbe dis i iactipii that marks off those who 4do well and wisely from those t irhb do ill and foolishly I Thi PostoflSce investigation appears to be approaching a cli mar Seven indictmentsagains six persons havy beec returned y4hDistrict of CoIufIThia grand nd itis confideutly 1 V ilicted that iiumber of other ieto Iollpw Tbe identity of Ivi9 persons already indicted is f fuarded with the utmost secrecy J iw the department has detemined rJ tj profit by the experience with t George W Beavers who learned bf laisjiridiclment before his ar 4esLud airimediatelv fled from Hhe Brookly jorfedictidn and r witti Leopold 3 Stern of Bajti ynurei jfjio fled to Canada befole he could be arrested That the ip ttiibportant and sensational indictments of the week have I1tyet been returned is knowf kineVer and4t is stated at the + JilirictAttorrieys office that be Sjre the jury adjourns an indtcU ffent wil lmve been reurned against a person nt connected J vith the Postolfice Department r i23utIlequally as well hnown as She Postmaster General Post 5 aster General Payne predicts frtlIat when tbe jury has acted on wIall tbe cases now before It the Icrimrna1 prosecution of the inyes- ll ltigatjoti will b6 all under way and that only a number of dis 4Mnissalsaqd a general reofgina jZiion will remain to complete the pfcsent investigatibn U George iV Beavers thejndi- ctj superintendent of salaries and j allQwances has finally surrender TedjEd a United States Comlnis siuuer irs New iuiti and has jgiven bail to the amount ol 45ooQ There is some anxiety t tj f atthe smallness of his bond and also at the small bjond thus Jar a required of AugustP W Maghe- mjAJthp is outon bail of 20000 It r JK isfelt by thejpostal officials that awayJpr office Department although the J eDtire TesponFibility rests with 3 the DepaJtmant of Justice News from Bogota is t5 the effect that th Colombian Cnn Ji gress is considering a bill author vFl v President Marrocjuth to ne gotiate hnew Paiama canals IIat7 irovidiiig that the United States shall pay to Colombia y2OOOOOOO gtirchase price and i400jOOOpremiunl and 400000 r yearly rental nd utth6 endoll each 100 years the Unitetl States fshElLnaYtt premium increased bfj25 per cent over the previous w one and a yearly rental increased r3 by4hesame percentage over that 4 f the previousperiod that the M Panama Catftvl Company shall Qjj pay4to Colombia 10000000 as- transfer feet tliat the Panama Kailroad shall revert to Colombia 3 at the end of sixty four years but cheerfullybe cf the United States by the undcraijjncd proprietors of Dr Pierces Golden Med icall Discovery if they cam cignarecurative properties of their several mcdl ciaes land thus proving the genuineness and reliability of all the multitude of tcsti monials volunteered by grateful people their bebalf WojaDsOispENSAuv MEDICAL ASSO CIATIOX Proprietors Dufialo N Y 11DB JtEASON Thcre is no medicine eisl to Br Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery for purifying the blood If carries off the poisons which contaminate the life Jluid It increases the activity of the blopdmakangr glands and give the body an increased supply of pure bodybuilding blood It builds up the body with sound f rJKlJjMy flesh instead of flabby fat pro citasfl Uie appetite feeds the nerves and ir 10 giVes to weak nervous people vitality 4 i SHdivwcor Aboiit a rear ago I had a jikd feared it would run intocbusumption writes Most Gao W Lyuclr of 77 llason Street JyKtJP JaH When a severe attack ol g yhl cJimU coiemiv zniting would set in 3Mter aenHMdated in nose and my tonsiLs wcfTHTiUtA After reading of the wonderful GoldepkMMed t doubtspb lv the oodit would do mtI am frank to Mf4 air I hacf used one bottle I noticed Chasge for the better Ordered five fl1ore HaWSeJ I had used thenia11 the cur- ecplete There is not sow a trace of IoI4lY7McIssRdbtaIthu of3onroan bodyins b1iws s3d healthsend for the Peoples MtsJIcdical Adviser A boot foraj jBftywrtiia vt 31 stamps for cloth iV copy Address Dr R V Pierce 663 JtoimStrat Buffalo NV jp Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short freathFaint and Languid Cure and Nervine Cured Mo- j v Ithasbeen live years since I was cured of hearttrouble by oup Heart Ciir6 and Neryv joe and I am just as sound cs a dollar in that organ today Fur several years I had been suffering with ray Ijeart Breathing had become short and difficult at times short sharp pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make mi feel faint and langfltd The least excite meat or mental worry vroiild almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was prowhtg worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians without pbtairringTchef I was induced to give your rerticdiesa trial I was relicved ne second dayjanVlfrtter takinethVee or four bottles all symptoms wdre removed nnd have never showed signs of returning REV Gao V KIRACOPE Chificoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so closely rescmblelhose of more corn zion ierou3 disorders as to frequently mislead thraitendin physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as tired Reeling sleeplessness timidity the patient Is easily excitable and kptjto worry without cause Jf you have the least saspiciorr that your heart is weak study your symptoms and b ginthense9f Dr MiIe5 Heart Cure the- great heart and blood tome without a days delay f All druggists sell isnd guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book Nervous and Heart Diseases Address lir Miles Medicil Co7 Elkhart lad may then be purchased lay this country at a valuation etc Such a treaty would have no chance of Tatification here ciii Gailhiot Cared with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as tIiOy cannot reach the seat of jLhe disease Catarrh is a blood or cbnstitutioha TtsectBe and iu order to curie it you must take intcrual remedies Halli Catarrh Cure is taken internally auc actsaifectlj on the blood and mucom surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not quack medicine It was prescribed bj one of the best phjkiciansin this coun try for several yrs aud is a regular prescription It is composed of th best tonics known combined with the- bes blood pariQersactIur directly Ot the inhcous surfaces The perfect combinaiiou os tlVe two Ingredients is wliat produces such wonderful results In curt g catarrn Send for testimp nials free T Jhency Co Proprietors Toled Ohio Sold by drug gists price 75 cents Halls Farail r Pills dro tee best The Great Puuriiy and I Thef Transylvania Thero ar9no two trotting events that create so much spec ulation arpilse so rauctj enil usi asm bringl together so man greatliorsea or that owners de site so hiucli lo win as Kph tucky s Pu turity anti iheiTran sylvania the foifrneT for 14 000 and the latter for 86000 By Winning either a horse at once attaroSiii priomiuence1 that nothing elcatgiVe These fomhil otmrif are botjh otfored by the 1 T H B Association of Lexington arid Ml be contested during its fall medtingv Oct Cpu to 17th When 100000 wiH be dispenser infortytyo races No event that takes place upar Kentucky isoii so deserves the patronage of Kentuckians asthi trotting meeting It has rriadi the State tvor1dideJame ithai widened the mUrket for llu States gteatest industry1 1 brings more capital withinis borders iii ten days than an o her industry The meetitj tois fall Will surpass even thato 1002 andihe high order of sport demands tile most liberal prtron ego ey accorded The annual trieetSng yfill be held at Lexington Oct 6tlrto 17th inclusive Coon Den I Is theJ largest ginseng garden in Kepluclcy and is owned tnd operated by aMeade county man Buck Bewley of Rirocco He began propagating the fplanl uine year ago from n few lant he found in the neighboring for fists Ha now has sufficiently enough t cover at Ieastjcag4iali acre wl ich will produce this year eh4ugh seed to transpiaRt ore tiCs e with the plants ho has already growing flr Dewley bays howihl gather at Jeagi 100000 seeds Irom his pre erit crop He has an offer ofjHja pound foxthem but will not sell them asjie villpiajnt them him self r flllf nineyearold plants arebeauties arid bear from 123 to 200 seeas each The are 800p seeds in ione pound and 175 006 plants yill grow on an acre Meade County MJessenger SpmBardstovn Horse1ksh ft is doriceded that MeGhesnoyis theigreatest race horse in the wocia Such being the case it will ncXxlobt TJO quite interest ingstctraany here to lrnov some tlnngjof liis pedigree lii 17- 8tjieWhrt Johnson and Joa- nSilley as exeiiitors cf John t Mattingly sojd amare named Betsy llutttertJ MeJanich for B105- Shortly horeafter Betsy Huiiier produce a filly which 1wwas named Catherine M for Me danichs daughter In time Catherine M produced the dan of the great McChesrtey Thus it will be seen that th0 od Nel son county strain of horses is th foundation not only of MfcOtie nep but of many of the other great horses of the tuffv Record 103 Years Old Mr VJftmes Culver celebrated his 103 birthday Moridayi at his home on the Bardstown Ipikev miles north of hcre 1he old gentleman is still haleacd hear 17 Although nearly blind He has always voted the Democratic ticket and will put in a vote this fall foe Our CreppsV On Mon day there was a family reunion a picnic dancing a fine dinner and refreshments thcoughoutth day Fully 300 people assembled to pay their respects tp tile Still hale bld gpntleman Aviho is easily cur Boldest most ancient lane mairkX Besides a good b g crbvrc from other points a number of persons frOm here attended New Haven Echo QUEER SUPERSTITIONS The following areVsoino curious su persflllons that are still extant among J2nglish speaking people If you kill frogs your cows will go dry Tickling a baby will cause the chlkl loistutter ti thank a person for combing yoiii hair will bring bad lucfc To kill a ghost It must bOiShot with a bullet made of a silver colhl To dream of unbroken eggs signifies trouble lo come if the eggs niebr ken the trouble is past If you boast of your good beiitl strike wood immediately witb your list or youwill become ill I To ream of a live nnke menus enemies nt laige of a dead snake enemies dead or ppjwerless To nl6w a child to look Into a mlr rot before It Is a month bid will cause itto Lave trouble in teething A child will hav a nature and lls monition similar to those of the pprsqi who first takes It out of doprs PbiFa elphia Inquirer j JoluiNoiiH First Tailoring Toll President Andrew Johnson had iicvqi been asbamed of hls humble origin lund Indeed often narrated Vhb un happy story dt his hrst job at tailoring lie had bean sunjinoued hWould say to the residence4 of an inflqdutirt cltizen and had lpen bidden to make over one of the citizens old coats for the son of the house Johnson a little nervous througu ex cess of zal took off his coat turned hack his sleeves measured the youth and set to work lie was getting along well the job indeed was nearly fin ished when dinner time came and h reached out for his coat In order Ito Rlit It oil nnd go home To his chagrin he discovered then that it was his own coat which he had cut up for the boy Suenriii to E ss A cricket cliib In the south otScot land which Juan evidently found tliit the use of hind langwiige dftesnt a4d to the ameillties of play has ass4d the following bylaw Any member swearing to excess may be espelled I have not hearth whether the clul committee has yet arrived ait o defini tion of moderate swearing The at tempt to find one to moot nfl cases Ia likely to result in lariguagebotb palii ful and free Glasgow Times Cnrlqslty Conqncrot 9 thought Jqne lied such a dread fully stilT neck v She liuls Nonsense There was nman paint ing the steeple of tie brick dhiircl and she watcbtd him for half hour Cleveland Plain Dealer IJut Vaiil v Papt + Dear me Mary whatever are you gong todo with these trunks Two f six twelve of them iou cant fill more than oiii fainzualr know It ufy dear but w inust make a decent apiMjarauce on ar riving at the hotel j Cruel His WlfeChnrlesr I do jllilnk you ought to give me more of your tlmp lEer ilxiislmtid Give you morel Why you take so much of my time that cotiidnt be a second Ip a duel Har pers IJazar I11DIGSTIOIk 1 was troubled with atom sob trouble Tbcdforfia Black Draught did mo ihore fjpqil In ono wefik tlian nil the doc ors medlcjno J took in a ycanMiS SARAH E SUIBJFIEIjb EllctUyillc led Thedfodfi Black Draught quieldy ijivigoratesthe ac tion of the Bttmacu and cttreseven chronic slnf vlfliljgestion If you will Hake small dose olTThed fonls Black Ijraughtocca tiiona ly you will kevp jour atom cli ancl liver iu per feet c jndition THEDFORD5 BADRA pciUT ITofe icknesg is caused by constipation than by any other Disease Thedforda BlackDraught not only re lievea constipation butcurea ijiarrlicea and dysentery and keeps the iiwelU regular All drugdlsts al1 26ccnf packag- esThodforda Black Draught is the Lest aedi cine to regulate the bowels I have eerusedy MRS A M GR ANit yfi ia Ferry 0 OflSTiPAflCfl 5 KENTU3RY IH ARCHES State frama tp Be Spjclled In tfiempi TobacCo Corn Etc V PLANS FOR AGRiCULXyfiAL DISPLAY Everything Oicnvii Ih Itcnluclcyl ton Generously kjurcil 1lur In the Kitlilblt at the Worlds Irate A Miiiltitutu GArtlen 6i GtusoHj to Be Ono of J ithiu Iftfnturejs H ijlgbt unique ircho over tjhb en trance to as maftjr aisles will attract the thousandsof Visitors In the Palace of A ricultar6 tthe Worlds fair next year to Kentucky ochibit of aaplcul Cultural preducts Gttch of these archea wflispfelltbe wonh4lentqcky On thei cftl sjdo wlllb one made of icm1jpn the cet one rafcde of blffa grass hile thrtle will be erected at tile north anti south tb te the north being of onis wheat and corn r spectively and those oat the s uth of rye tobacco and orcKnrd irass iespec tively Colonel Ion B Nut the state coni missionerjof agriculture wfio lchalr mah of the agricultural commftteo of the Kentucky Exhibit asaociatioa has submitted to Chief Frederick W Tay lor of the department agriculture ot thj Stl Louis Exposition a floor plan cojVering the 5000 Square fet to be devoted to Kentuckys general agrl caltural display which has been ap nintn1 by Mr Tcrint 1n this space dqinoiNalt huts gener8uly issignea sections to be devote to ereryUiinfc that grows on the soil 4f tfie Blue Grass commonwealth which isonly another ay of saying everything that can bp cultivated on the arUi In the center there Will bo an attractive pyramid oh which all Kentuckys products will be displayed jin small Quantities To the right will be meadow grasses pasture grasse dover l eas rape soja beans inItlet and other fOrage plants together with wild and uncul tivated grasses W On tie aisle djoming Iwill bq the big heriip display to bo made in Ken tuckys name wheretn wil Ue sbpwn tbs fiber growing with the hemp lirp Y7lcaY 1 ItSC4 assfsS 4 o stack made fytihoits by JiimH Lmn iAllenMn his iioted work IThe Reig of Law One of the features of ttai exhibit will beitfteUreaHinKor hernpoi ah bldfasJjibnied Iilnp brake by the champion in thfcart from Hemp Is also td he shown in bundles and with all tjie nisnufmcktred prod uCU of iathe Ten square feet Ui jf bp devoted closfr by to Eiloaniljiila with a auiall glass silo in the 6omisr Next will come 4fl square feet tlhId with Qcrai i thf stalk in the piraii shPlld with the various corn prod ucts including cellnloBe A mlBlatur corn crllr is to be built and It poatltti growing corn WIth be shoyrn there will also bedtiptayed dn thfi Ide hftli exhibit sorgjSam for lei and fcr 8fT p nuts native i i lU roots And Unts for jnfediciiial p- otpj1u H jn pots wfth nSnitur zitftn of ktnf With spoce resevet1ft d1ittiaVt1t county dtspttys this thrf jBootb eia of the exfaiidt will be Complete 0n Ttie noft i l4cn the south there will bo four lare spaces wi aUlw rbotween iyideU Into ieetl fl to ccommodt the remaining tgrt cullaitSl Display1 The ilrst of theae will be given or exclusively tafjir dth profucUi wltk n early gardet display In fkl i tp be sho aeltiPICs of se ds on drle i UnnU ll the different artfeji aeJsV meiopm ett 1tvezrthing Liet claur tk over either in dry or cold stonyjo that can not bh ItOJ5d i rlortq April of next year will be put In tbi apffee for the opening of the ESposIi lion As the frejji vegetW lhe4t- to ripen weekly ahltneuitswIbj made from different points in Ken tucky to the Worlds Pair for Uili part of the exhibit lathe ntEleQthe1OWhlI1I4t small exhibit of tqbaCcb shown In a hogshead and in the plaHt bed wIth growing tpbtceo In tubs Only ft small section Mi devoted to tobaepy hero because RtfOO square fMtlN given to Kentucky in another IMMI ot the Palace of Agrictllture AdJOtIjl this tobaqcfa dlMpUy there wilt tkit samples of the djferent KwUtoCfty soils sugar baetfc artlehok tnrnlpi for stock barly b ckwhfR flax aad cotton onthestalk end slnml UJIK tllot generally kauwh that iKentucjlqr cafl make i display or cotioin 41 this is to be one of the eye0Msneci iit Kentucky exhibit Facing about the visitor will i JlCJtllle herself J Tlw fsVir young thing vttas tWHep about How hapiy she wjm wheasUai tier 1rotIt5 iunselnilh tt miein hit hiitciolleglie gsnu Oh1 she gsuf gleil I was ptfcliKhl l that I jttit hugged myself for joy Hero tho Rmre professor of jwyehol opy Iboketl ill with an air dfintorest Hugged your If he nsked In deed you must have boon quite lioskle yqurself to have done tbntJrnlge The Proof or It Csiser after IHley has fillsn five storiesj Are ye ilead Pht2 Rllpy 01 am Cnsey Shurr yer such a liar 01 dpnl know whether to belnve yezijr jiot- RiU yShun Diet ptitovw Olm dead IViwndot dattyxsLU tue it liar If ttur aloiieJUeivr r I Cin Tiit at Liist Sir cried Mr Pvtr ilff Indntnt ly hIwdar il ruse meormxcit- tbinzs 3Ifl rputit iuair l k Srruiitbn niry tr fJr rr ill jl ri t lJ t ie g Es- ciTr5 a j I noH 40 squaa I t uvu i to rye cit onl Nvfrr it dlf HM to Bundles and in lo grain H ic pac wat bo reserved for farmers sccdmcas awl millers samples The concluding see ttons of the north end of tlhi exhibit will bo devoted to orchard products and boswax and honay hplay mhs celhinapus products anfl d hlblt of the Stat Bureau of AgrjtiuHifre and the State Sxpertment Station At either sids of tht central pyramid thc p will be twft diainojMlslped bluegrkss plots COLLECTIVE COAL EXHiBIT Wve3jt Virginia Will TJd ea Prominent Part fti Ac Black Diiimohd Dls play at the Worlds Fair West yirainlacoalpBCraVrrs at a meeti g heW in ParkCRBuurg recently decided Uiatthey would make an 6x hiblt at the WorWa Fair frJm 10 to 20 times larger iBah they nfade ax Cithusgo 10 ar ago Tha Pntihst district safd that it would require an bxitUay op iSM00 to ins tail their ex WbltaWne atl all other dlstriota will meLntIl disiyL Tfrmt Virgtaia coal will bea patt otA collectiyeexhibjt inwhi 3i even COftlpro uciuj state In the Union will partlclpftte The displays will be ep arrtngeili tht while eaclr districts exhibit i dlstfnctlTt all the districts of the state will make up one state exiuthit nd the s1atGsra so ranged triat the combined exhibits ot all will maks up one njammoth ex hibit for the United States The government his appropriated 860Q000 to dstablisii at Washington a permanent rnuseum arid ihooxhii iU of the states may tie removpl to Waghington anti made permanent iu tlio event state offlpkl sodekire riiipis another incentive for the coal producing stutea to make thebea possible displays at Uie Worlds Fal4 Tub collective coal exhrbit will be niade In the Palace of Jilne and Metah1nrgy ra AV Parker of Wiishington cfy who lias charge of lko installa tl4noT tWs collective coal exhibit re ctflitly visited Louisville to beet the- cofIneiflber of th Icontuky iji hlbit s ot5atlQns minerals commit tee and confirmed tho promise iriiidc by Chief ifelmes of the iIJne Depart ment of the ExposTtlon to the cffect tliat Kentucky w iild npt only be given space theAnitiQnal displajPo rnir LWCYdl JOLFPCJJAae Kentucky space eicnil Nt would be aHowetlto bxliiblt theprtthOtJf mifl s in the Icen- tn ky 3aJIu theMiaeri bilhtin hits Isift Concession granted no othef Sa iITO SHIP APWLE8 Dlraetikns GivAn 1sse Vha Wll lhlbtl the Kli J of Fruits st j the Worlds Fair Ttj following flJreijWttha lwcii tsaued by ML F Jonnaeacfcalrinan of the lortic Ulural Committee Ivtn twcky Eihibft AsaofJatlsn for tie gMldace cf those wo w ll eeiid rtn p rjlor the fruit diflplny at the St Louts RxpORitipn next yeiir Klect each tpechneu with the ui lAost cVe Dont let fruit be over rip Takeonly tte rery best sueft af Is as neat pcrfecoontn size alinp udc3b1nii fret treat biemis1es as Iisoestble Avoid usfnecessmry WwHins dpnt brie wrap each specimen wrall1ni ne par if obtftnble 1f not then rise nowsl aper or SDW ofi paper Pack eareCnliy tn barrels or boxes rnl1tlehh so tit whjW lh heads or tops afe put on thf Wrft wqrbehtia ftmly id place tf noaitbl flll a package with on vafiety and mark tile niinie of variety oil teekage If a packnfe hl Jnort tati 009 variety In it tJienput tta nniaft or ar ey with this frirlfan iil Strong paper Over them axd tIhs ft piit the wimo fflih the next variety and o on ninth this iwckaie U flHed Mik aMch p irkagcs mixed la isv r pasc Liwtrk tthame of rnrleiy Mad name MiBd kdtifeas of tfce giowtr aiid cow munlti luC only vaiietlfS of Ltte sameUmu of ilpenlRg in jutrue patU aipQ Ai soon as pre amd ship ptonity i tu4 Teittzeky AssociatloM outeVtlte Ky irni fl0t thy di ftrvlAfy of the aUlprucnt so that tHe fruit rA be pliicieJi promptly Jn cold toiag Th otiirf storage men ofIotstsvliie iener4Usly tyeus strtAge trait 4Sbowt rn ib you elate their klodRew bjr snetiuj fruit1 ipromjrtly The rue reJWflded jor fnit gathered tUla year flqr opd tr4O- but they tpty bundling fsh ftrults utye ftf 1aniz da lesl eodety t kipyour covuty I well represented next year Ithis the best eippprtanlty you r will ever have tp juhreTU e ypoir cctiiuiy s j 1titzlinur iraIluit ThI4lut stettluto 1itieiy much iteI Vvo jnHilert etlue said mutt question of Jkw 5151l weve ngreetl to Jeavejt to you Tl tjt the bwtJ jtn to settlv It rotun e rtiie great lniryr grntJAMl by this fvKlence of he opinion Jli hvliicli tIejiaeIllonoflawf Wrliy a two dollar cufc lbnjging to Brown ate n titn dollar l Jm jejpngingj to JQIIeL andw wtuitolaieV who uRBlepil title to thus pofljlrlnatiorivof bird and cat Chicago Post A Word In Soncbn Tlfe playwright turnedlewith ex cifettient and a swldeh vjiiAi prld as 1e heard real Uis position In the vinfeathe sounjtl of stamping feet and roanng voices iIiE are cjftllinp for the authxr be cr114 j feverishly TPliftt bbil I do2 MttstI thptenspdoclt7 4 Ojiiii rinnagei vhij iod not only honrdrbift seen She aflicettk him by tbe elbow pT V The best tldnj ycu candohe tvMs pcrYu to sli out of th tage door ntl cap wbIU thrstini THE SOUL CATCHERS A SINGULAR CUStOM OF THE SOUTl SEA ISLANDERS TJieyVrty llie Xntivck In tk 0ay Uc fore Civilization lta0 JnUy Market Them F6r Its Ovrn vied totGot Even AVitli Thcb Enemies A Httie vvhile aga vjrhile turning tfve spmeMmeinentosot many years spent- In the Pa lflc Islands I cameacross a raall circl pf fiuej cane about two inches in diameter Prom the side tfiL1t the center a delicate network o the flbiji bsomelldut was constructed leaving a sinall hole in the centei large Jiiduglr for say a bee io crawl tlronylii Tile article welghed lesi than a quarter of aif ou eoyet small and liarmless asit pircared lt fanol so y limany years ago that it and other like sit vererabjects or deadly terror toitlio natives of many of the lciflc islands pnrtlcularjy those ol M iiiihikl numphrey Island for the simple looking tUJng vrfLS ti 45oul catch eP fthat jja destroyed of human life lanaliikl Is one of a group of low lying atoJhs1andI to the north4iiorth west t f Samoa and its people today areabout the best Jducated pf all the MalayoPolynesian people They elect a klng and parliament have one of the most beautifully adorned churches fr the Pacific islands Jand nearly nil the yujigui luumuvis wt the oinmunny caii now not only speak but read and write English Thf Island isfop all atoHrunusually fertile and the people a tine stalwarr haiidsomc copper cot ored face Thve maii Industriesare the making of ebiJra dried coQoanutl and diving forrJcarl shdll Soul crttqliiiigv Jn the hcathentdays prerto 1SG3 CQUllleand yvasprac ticPl by any one who desired revenge or hue life of an eiiemyi Indeed al though the people were nominally ClHlstlrjns in ISf It was stilj in vogue Tile modus pperandi is very simple Say that twp men Rika and Tetoroquarrel Rika accuses T torb of gpMig out lutathe lappon at night time lifting1 lils Rikafs ish traps and nbstractins the contenls He therefore t1euiads compeititioi Tefroro d nles the theft he reativds botIi men tttke sides and the quarrel Assumes all tliejeleuients Mdeud with blopasheti It may be that Tetoro Is a man of iheans or clilefly irank and influence and treats Ill accuser with scorn yery voU thi injured tuba rles lf I caijnpt get justice from you I shdll snare ypur soul arid you will dle of la vnstlhgislckness dleibfo even if lie Is innocent begins tpfeelnrieasyatthls threat thud whlle vjgorohsly denying the theft otTers Rika prosent of n pig to end the mat tery Itikas relatives rtt once clamor not only Jor their original demands hut for the pig as well Possibly a free fight ensiiee anil Rikas people get bsdly uspit and throats of soul snnr hug aro heard on nil sides ThenTtlka3 ifeinakes1he snare for Totorolssoul vTaUing lit mat out into the village sauaro or upon a well ftc iuanteil road or path ylie suspends the narc from the brandies sf trees or stICkS placed In the ground in such a p Mitibn that she can closely watch the entice lii the center of the square Rikas friends male rind female come with her They bring food and eat It ami throw fragments under the snare to attract the flies vitb Which tlifr is land Is infested If but one fly crawls throiigh the hole Totdro is a1l6ad than onlesj he suddenly gives In and allpws Jdmsilf to bled for not only do RikaT pPOplQwatch the siaro but huts own as v No one 6f theiu would litre te attempt 1o destroy the snare iTiie death of the iiiterferer y occult power rbtildicdrta Inly fsllow And so fox 1liOUrS and hoursSome tie for dajsimriny pairs of eyes watch jheHtjH clrclt of cane 1nd Te toro anrt 1iisfi4uils are mrcv ready to ykJia but JTMUMbnt still indre extor rlohste demni d may be mtide Then kt Tist a Uy i seen to crrfwl through nn l f houtfi w t1 njihfhe rlUnge- 1a hopo tiagoVa Uopote lagot1 A tlV hflSDK sd tLfiinJi Tetoro It- nA WomanVitfealth aines celery- Compound aiiao ath STRENGTH DEBILITATED AUD RUK DOWN WPME1 It ij mii taincd byi many distiljgulshed niters t ihc gr ataess of ination depends mnfh Opn thc Jhsjcll condition of voEkiu Thd ccnerai conditions which con rilwic to liealtnand long life are those which do not ihijp ilrapid and unequal exhaustion of those powers which life is maintained Vhlle Sveasert rat the women of our land hind pcerics for beaut and the virtues that nakc thtiiv lovalj we Icannot hide the fact that zherearc tlib sands inour midst who owing to 4wnw worry household cares and an un cti3l ex uustioi oNife power have letone jriJsk nenons sieeplessi nd debllU sated Vc biin totme laltenjion pf all Weary ponaijntr hopclcsf and sickly women arths great Tticuer and health builder ainej CeUry jCoJmpound Thousands of beSlihywonsnjmrdund us owetheir toFaines- CIery presen- tignr4atlivtty mm ioiiM ns Compound Mrs Stepheii Smith St laul Minn tells howilie was snatched front ilie grave slie saySiv 4l had a had attach of la gripp this spring andat dcilhs door and no one ever xpectedthc to recover I was so weak that t s soon aa they brought me out of one faint 1ttic in another I could pot take any otiridimcrtt and potters medicines did me god A fri nd advisetl my husband to Compoundlicheicbnt tfay aftei takjhgftht Compound I itfgnn torfef real hungry ahd took an inlerest things I haij everything that monet and iving core could supply and with that and aihes Celery Coropoundi am now doing my ot7i work while three months ago I was almost in the grave I know that I owe my health andrstrength tcf Paines GcleryCoih and shall always recommend it NO NEED OF OXLING TIE HANDS WITH Diamond Dyes They arc easy to sean rare made for home tikf and home economy Diamond Dyes never disappoint and will make the old clothes loot 4ew 50 different lo Direction book sad dyed sample free DIAMOND DIES Burlington Vt c irt thtgthe58dah11BcM 1s Promotes DigtionCIertuIne- ssaiklBeStCOfltaiflS neitiO- piiimMorptine horMkraL- ioT 1AIWOTIC iaieIjdlLtJmg r t J7 fN Ii it Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa lion SotuStomachDieurhoea I Worms Convulsions Feverish I ness andLoss oE SlJEEft I4c Simile Signature of I NEW VDHK l Ol til J- DosiI s C IMS I EXACT copy OF WRAPPER 5 t 4 t 1 CAUTIOlSf This is not a eentie word but when you thinkhaw liable you are nou to purchase the only remedy universally known anda remedjr ihat has had the largest sale of any mediciue in the world sincet 868 for the cure and treatment of Jonsumption and Throat arid Lung troubles ritb putlosng its great popularity all these ye4rs1yQuwi1l be thanic ful we called your attention tc Boscbc6s German Syrap There are so many ordinary cough remedies madfehy druggists and others that are cbeap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Con sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights andmorniDgs there is nothing like German Syrup Tile 25 cent size has just beenintrodueedthisyoarR- egular5 size 75 cents At all druggists C J Hayden ces as ree ill jlls cafe tina relatives I crowd about him and try tQ cheer him np but ills face assumes at melancholy ooiand asjhe tune passes on he re fuses his food Perhaps he may con fess that Tie did steal Rikas fish and tremblingly offer to make full restitu thou If Rika wilj catch a fly and make It go through tile circle Man thre verse sde through which the1 first one entered voluntarily Usually this la ionei and what might have become a lasting family feud had Tetoro died of funk through belrig bewitched ends up by thepaymeqt of so much property to Rika and a feast for rtlilch botb artte provide theVlahdsPair Mall Gazette I Xo GOod tp the landlord The minister und the landlord yrerie talking matters pTcr about a person nip wished to become one of the lat hers tenants Marhlly he Is sound but financially be is Tveaktf said tile minister Ah vrecl replied the factor in that case hes a guld enough sitter for you but no for me Mid the negp tlatlony were declared oLondon Telegraph That Harried Him MarkleyYes I dlt lend him 10r- NewlttfWell I suppose hell pay you hack some day but you clint make him hurry Markiey I dont know rtbcfot thai The mere sight of me xralklng along the street has hndthnt effect ujoh him stvera tlijaes lately Philadelphia Tress Are yOC satisfied to do nothing today pjcccpt tell of the wonderful things you Intend to dov tomorrow ltcbIson Globe Tbe Kubaiyprp irc When the avorids supply of coal s exhausted whIcUdgn6 a abutter for Immediate worry the tucaiyptus tree may be grown as a substitute Tlils eucalyptus stores up more of the snn0 energy titan any other tree 1 per cent of that reflected on the unit of urea and In South Africa 4t line been found cheaper to raise it than fo Import coal Ah acre of oucalyptus plantation will lroduce each year the equivalent of tlllrty tons of coal t HU 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