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treating SJallpox pAtients jlnr ug the recent 1ittW utbrlaksi When first presented the members of the Court of claims tutned relsonthatuareAsonAble The matter was brought lap again at the meeting of the magistrates last week And it WAS finally decided to alow the physicians threefths of each claim This was acceptediwith AS good grace AS poseible In order to prevent any misunder stAndingin the future In regard to amallpox expenses tho couu ty magistrates very sensibly p o Tided for just such emercencies by employuig A physician whose duty it shall be toir at all cases of smallpox for the county This physician i to paid a speci tied salary 40 thqre wilt be no more controversy over doctors claims 1S matterofleiJIi ownership of business and property both in the town And ittie cbtntysims to have reached ian epidemic form It cannot be Mifli to be A sign of hard times cr dull business for inallcaslSbuy aPPt plentiful and as eager M ttljtrii aad values are well sws tained Jm property is Eelliig l1hinc1 t changes that haye JDade among the town nier- noblwdictedIchAlits nave any de preclttkm in vriues It his been suggested AS A caufo for the desire on tbpft1t of some of th- ecaImaite 4 o mr ki Ai cnr Iheiictibatitjifordst r tol opp unit v fdrce doiie- cticOtalosg1in of custoniprs tHitolIifceeilttTAriowf Amounts rigr IW 1JQbeUP le CtldrtfsYImfi totb Afttrctwiat oiawrliu Jt work harialaiPt BM rt or 11M A babit too wlilch I fad iMo 1 t I yrr buy IJtOILw r iJustai well aa DCt l1b i ljr tL tI l I v It is A bad pra3tica11- this arbuhd is credit system And it would beetteriorbotb buyer And seller could eyery body adopt the plan ot pAyinj cash v 511I IiTown1Trustees their promise to property owners along Main street that on the failure of the latter rro comply with the low n ordinance requir ing the putting in of curbing and sidewalks anti are going dhe d And having the work done and wiilcomppl the propert owners to pay the bill The trustees ar havinr the work done as cheaply AS possible And each property holder will be required to pays portion of the cost as the ordinance provides that a lien be retained x n the property to sei cure the payment of the cost c f the work There isa gOOM deal of complaint from some of the parties lute ested and some talk of resisting the payment whik others have gone ahead and had the work done on their own ac cord It is doubtful if anything can be gained by resisting as the law has held good in many other tewns and cities where it has been operated ALEST1is is the se s DI for public sales l and t seems to be an unusually irge numberon hand for thlo fall A greet many cf these are due to the change of ownership of farms Some are administrators sales while others are simply renters or farmers selling put surplus stock and other property which they do not wish to carry over the winter The public sale is quite an institution in Washing ton county And itisa good thing in many respects It affords an propertythtdsSposed of it brings together pricesforoften affords an opportunity fort farmers to buy something that they need and At bargain prices I SaTalfpEmDealk lIOur tittle daughter had an almost fatal attacK of whopping cough and bronchitis write Mrs W K Haviland of Ar monk NY but when MI other remedies filed we sat d her life with Dr kings N Discovery Our tiece wOo hart Consumption in an advanced ate also used this wonderful medicine u d tpdrJ she iis per fectly well De p rXte TKrVJi iud lung dieass v1pldtf Dr Kings New Discov ryas ttbcio other medicine on earth Ljfalli fiOcinOVJ Bavdon Pharmacist Trial ott4es fr e J lUoUo04UAIt PaYS A Obicsgo man has observed that Good deeds ar better than real es tate deedssOme of the latter are 4wortbless Act jkindlj aed gently helplothand byItand encouragement more than sub stanQallhelp TLerb areperfofis iIhia community whomight truthfully say MMy good friend cheer up A few doses of Ohamberlalns Cough Remedywill rid you of your cold and there is no danger whatever from pneuj monla when you Use that medicine It always cures I know it ha3 helped me out manya time Sold by 0 J HaydonS Tfcc Cur Paper The country editor must and doesdepend upon Jail friends 4ot belpmake his paper interesting Show some interest in your local paper give all the information you can to the publisher MarS riages births deaths pr any little item may interest someone Such items are often absent simply be cause you pont let the editor know of them Did you ever think whatasteady letter a news paPer is Week after week it goes on telling of the little things oribI nAft AS much AS the paper tells youv you would give up in de spitir f The letters would grow stoorte And fartherapart And fi ntUjr Qe Att People should rec LDile this and take great pleas ure in glying the editor the Items bt would otherwise mis I fireatBar stow cribIin the real of the residence oc cupied byMiss Jane Nourse and Situated in the southern part of town were consumed by fire about 10 o ciock Tuesday morn ing A crb belonging to Mary Bean colored adjacent to the buildings irientioned above was destroyed Her stabe was also damaged to some extent It was one of the fiercest conflagrations while it lasted that has occurred in Bardstown for some time and toe destruction would have been greater had a strong wind pre railed The buildings first mentioned were the property of Hop J W Muir arid they were substantial Having been constructed many years ago by the late Theophilus Harris at a cos of nearly a thous and dollars Mr Miir has not usel the buildings for somn time and proIvender stored in them There no insurance on atyof the property The fire ih sad to have started in the llot of the Stable was probably the work of crapshooters Harrison Ra Per colored aged about ten sears is in jail charged with burning the buildings and his examining trial iis fixed for to morrow Ky Standard Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno S C xof Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consuhed a number of physicians and tried all sows ofmediciries but got to no relief Then I began the tfse of Electric Bitters and feel thtI am no7 cured of a disease thEt had me in its rasp for twelve years 1 you want a reliable medicina for Liver and Kidney trouble s om ach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guar anteed by 0 J Haydofl Pharma cist Only 5Oc A Perfect Painlpc rdiiiiuot Pill Is one that vil cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headacce and leaye agoodttaste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly nd effectually are Witts Little Early Risers Bob Mooreof Lafayette Ind saYsI Ali other pillsl bavensed gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Eariv Risersare simply perfect It Sold by C J Hay dpi Adventures in Photography The readers of the big peWs papers and magazines seldomI give a thought jo the manner in which are obtuiiied the graph c lustrations that are now pub ished a most as soon as the itn povtant event occur and surely never to the man who secures them often taking4hia life m his batds simply that he mty snap his carnraupon pme iincident that will interest the readers of h3 particular publication In the Delineator for November J Q Hemment the well known il lustrative photographer relates someotbi adventures search of photographic news Mr HemmenL disclaims in advance the possible charge ofj fpolhardi ness but some of his experiences scarcely boar out his assertion certainly he exhibited a fine qual ity of courage in the performance of the duties assigneJ him In his ardent desire to photograph everything that could be pictured he met with some very unpleas ant experiences such as a club bingby the police arrests and nil manner of insults but thOse incidents us he relates them are merely humorous In a number of inutarjces however his life was endangered and then only his quick wJIssaved ibimolh iliustra oDs are intimately con nected with the text DesirbloFarm For Side Having mov d to town and dei ptiel1ingfplsale of fifty five ant three ourlh 55J acres with good improve ments on gOQd turnpike near post office mill school and church For particulars a n d price call onor write to J O Woford Chaplin Ky or VV F Grigsby Attorney s Springfield Ky Weak Jungs make weak P the Jung s healthy free from OPltlet strength and vigor There is no better remedy to mai- ctb1nngstrongaDd wen than DR- j byIWoo4 Lebanon Locals J From The Enterpriae The county court crowd asa large one and considerable stock was on the market but owing to the low prices a great deal of it was taken home unsold Scarcity of corn and other feed it is claimed accounts for the llow prices at this season The grand jury has reported todate 17 true bills for the fo at1tempagainst her will 1 setting up gnmeppf chance 1 breaking into dw llifa house 1 malicious wounding 1 unlawful taking of personal property 1 engine on highwayi 1 disturpwp religious worship 2 petit larceny 3 liquor to minor 3 Mrs Martha Glasgow an aged lady of Washington county did1 at the home pf Mrf Teresa Simp son near St Rose Monday Oct 5 after a brief illness Mrs Glas gow lived several ypars with Mrs Wi B 0Danielbf this city and had many frindsanda- cquaintancs ip Marion county She possessed a lofty Christian character and practised daily those little virtues that won the adrmraUon ofthose who came iin doritact with her Her interment took place at St Rose Wednesr day morning Mapleton the home ana farm of the lately deceased and venerableSam Spaldingwas sold l Saturdayby Hev Sam Spalding Hon C C SpaldIng and Messrs Charles Cond Sam J BoMrick to Mr J T Harmon of Washington county The farm contains 341 + acres and the price paid was 1700026 Mr lIar qounfySbestto him a hoarty welcome Pro gressive upright and Indus rious citizens like he is are the kind that our doors are always open nd ready to receive Auctioneer Estos reports the fgllowing sales Monday 16 head of cattlebBlQuging tpCol Watben consisting pf calves and yearlings from 4 to 25 per headpuemare and colt own d by same party 119 2 spjcs and 13 pigs 131 1 cow 1875 The Tom Johnson place owned by Miss Mollie Johnson containing 2ij acres waa bought m by J MvRalns at 2160 per acre The contending biddr was Sum T Spalding wh 9tleyprjctL 80 acres was knocked off to George Brcken at S4400 the contending bidder was Copt W H fcwe ney whbselast bid was f4300V One of the biggest sales of the day was 40 shares b Ma rion Kelticrial BarikStock which went in bocks of nve bringing ifrom 175to 176 per share of 100 each A love loiter Would nt interes you if youre looking for a guaranteed BalVQ for tore Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writesht suffered with anugJv sore for ayenr but aboxo Bocklens Atnicft Salve cur d mej Its thje best Salve Pn ear h 26c at CJ HaydPn DiulgSoore Horrible Crime Mary Thompson and her moher Sarah Thompson jcoj prel of Deatsville are in jail here charged wjth infanticide ijasb Sunday Nlr Jackson disijovered th body of a dead falbaby in a piece of woods Ay rsDoictors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over QO years ago They use it today more than ver Th- eyCherry PectoralcoughsIThey will tell you how it heals inflamed Jungi I tatTa THY bal tIa1M bk yen Thro 1tr141AyCrOkIrT1rCWrL Mr ot 2unI WI ieee M5Ie4aMt uskeui IQete OeMItJL ILeI1W3CAijiM uti forTneII Old Coughs lnursI JiearDetsv1lleS The body wtt ftrappidinin old coffee seek and was hidden in a pits of brush ood Monday Coroner fan summon tijuryauclj an toques was held The evidence adduce d at the inquest Justified the a rest o the Thompson Corner u and t1ey were brougbt JidgoDaugr to jail Ito await an examining trial this afternoon at 2 cock Tho Infant had evidently betn dead ever a week as the body was bi idly decomposed ft was fully iaa tired crad two ghastly wpunc ituthe forehead showed thisrebad been prpuce l either yshots from a pistol or a 6 h i rp instrument driven through the fceaoV The Thompson women deny inn knowledge df the cril1but evidence is stronglyI against them The Affair created a good deal of excitementi in the Ieatsviilt neigh Dprhbod Ky Standard hCLeam aatraI- tIs paId bf rOhl1reey that one he sale to Mistress Wesley Why 4o you te1IbatchiIdth same thingXJVer am over again John Wca1eybe- causectjce telling is not enough It U forth is same Reason that you are told a 4in and ajaln that Chamberlains O ugh Remedy r s cofsan grip tiit U counteracts an tendency ofthe dileaseejo result la pneamu riia ar that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Haydons Dreg Store r Br Into ills iloilse S Je Quinn of CJavendish Vt was jobbecl Jlbis custofeaary healt a by invasion of Chronic Cons IP 1timlWhen DC Kings New Lifo Pills broke into his houso his troubleI was arrested and now bes entirely cured They guaranteed to cure 25c dC J Baydons Drug Store Mary pcraons whd feel tired ner youssnd all worn otunot exactly sick j etffar from well seelc the aid of physician when Whit they really need i stayle itoBic something to brace jbein Tip PeojMeltfaHS ailing ahonld try Wal tberaPcptonIzed Pert Sold by CJ Ilayd n It combines the richest Old port Y ne with the terr best otpepst It crea tea A natural appetite tonea up the sto mach H1reS dyspepsia and in digestion ManV Iphyslclans prescribe TVal thers Peptonizdd Port when their pa ricnts iced a depfendkble tonic For sale by C J Haydon Sma slzA SOcents large siz Q1W r He CaptredMral- aorGeorgeRue of Harail ton 9 arrived here Saturday Ito attend the funeral ofjbrother Mr Nelson BRne Mqjdr Rue is a veteran of hel texiJan War and in the Clvl1 Nar lie had the honor of leading theq nmknd that captured Gen John Morgan He wis On sick leave when Gen Morgan Awept tbrpth Indiana and Ohio on bJs fam6ns raid but he hurried to Oinci irnati to join in the chase fteIthe dashing raider The greaSIer part of Morgans com t1ULO wis capturd at BungS tons Island but MorgAnwita 600i men eluded his pursuers and stared up through Ohio tb escape in ttbjat wayj Gen iBurnside jjavoiMajor Rue 400 menanddts patcliedthfeni by traIn to inter cepl Morgan His men and hiorss were tiesh while the on fed efjates men and horses were worn out He overtook the fex hau ted command neantne Ohio river about 150niilqs above the first jscene ofCapture at Buffing tons Island TtkinV a dirt road Majcif Hue came out on themain pikel just in front of the advance guarja Both sides began pre pig for a fight but presently Morgan sent put a illg of true and gurrendered Jfajor Rue is six feet three inches aha is A splebdid type of man strong And vigorous though 75 yearspld HT Odsbptg HralI Nitfce Iff Ekctiti By virtue and in obedieace to an order and writ ot erection jjEfue 4by tni WaihinJitoni Cotfnty courttJ will 9peQ4 n w jM ejec Ion lor the W1rpo 1 1ttug Oliilteof hi Peac jIu Alst4ilt p4iW- ahrngtO ii i A ii cn- ue dtrday JiQy8 l P 1i lyill be reguUrjT opened electic l t t tyc gS ll precincts itIkIdLi1rlctOa jNHd d1 Byron proake SW1 October 2 1903 3 u SALE Itd tt1 1111 EtWe wiir on VTednfday October 2IV19Q3 offecfc sale At pub lie futcVy At the home of W T McElroy 12 mile east of Spring illeW saleSl to bejcta pronptly At i10 oclock the following sc1ibedi property Seven much cows 6 milch Smawitl CAlvesV 7 yearlisg j 4 re2Yshorthorn bull three l6001l st qrsjlot of hogaconrnitiug of ifeeder brood sow tndIOWI wlthptgs on 5Ifr 5y3r oW Wornt mule well broken 1 pair aged hOrst mule 1 good b gfy mare 1 goocfbrod mare one suckliig areUl1by buggy jgeliiag 1 rubber tire carriage lgoojd as new 1 3Abcopk ck ibw rd About 20 toes bated t1o t t aekattmcorn shucked ia the field All farming iMpl tflts ttcI- fiatMsr All sums under flO casnt over that Asaosnf i6 12 months note with Approvtii per sot AljHcnritr ssd btAriag ter- estattherateof fr per ccmt per aflflUmegotiablstjat t SpringedEyi groundsi OK At the same tltAna place at 2 Pclock pm lwHU veil ustore boute At Pieoccjiied byj McElroy k Sh 1tzThis1a ont ofthebett bickfttorliosi i s4oryissides kitchen and bAthrooncoai iltcomfortablf anywhereWrl I store room AlsOv Good p cribalrearI person sing to look through tHUd theydeirTE MS Ont thirdcash ane in one two and three yeArs equal paymtn notes btAring 6 per cent interest withlien re tailned upon building to secure pigment of same Possewion gyan JAnuary 1st 1904 JAS C McfiLRO- VSIMCampbeU Auptroneert Rill fet Pair JaIl Timck ffi l i Moiat1 qof a Jep peany aaI1keeg1 k Slit 1siiy firt of hif kaM VI thMifirt at oace of all the pain and soFee 4 tkMwoal4gn- icU1eeMyXaid ImswdkWly jyi plied Obasibeflaiii Pain jBalm and oc6aaioa4lly ftCrarde TJm k ticpriseit removed all pate at4 sorenes andthe injured picts were ses heal HayoBsDrayBtQre There IIs no remedy that will rtliev Itatn9iiieker D3 CLAUSES GERMAN PRNZ rebeiuanyaadaJlIJ18MlltSol4 by Wood ATCaiapbtli V SJCt RffllflM 4kere4sttff lid pa fr W UM pleased Ulearattbattkere Is at Isist one dreaded diete M Ikat eeiic- ebeenaleto ik l lIrIaa11l 1ta tae atd that is OatarrK Baits dattafrk oire 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at few rmiw bmUsash uMUnQ8tlGKMis 1i d IleLrat jt1MaAZ J 3r1iUeuef I VI XnIaxT5 tII 5 iv1roN lr JO lt1i y bB1513 3 Pots Circuit Judge the ltoa1ulo IWiale I4Q jt4CXAXtZS PATTESON t adkk s JOt the OC 1 CIrcmlb it U1H EISth Jpdlci mSuiatT oiti ft th1 conntlea of ifcici It Taylor Grn and WMhlng tea fiWtM lH ocr Uc primary lthts it g 4 Tf M jMrtkwrfw to mnpaw i 3LLDUBHAM 7Il if OHM ttwity li cBdiclte orthe conwea1thI AttorneY M ff fcii fifr tte ctknof tbD 0wo- fC i ccd pscty J ItJtjili iUttlct Comppsed of the tt1Ip et WnCtl Marion IIaoa x17 f tfCrct Clerk t WM MUorM to aimomBC 1 4IJYt xl LX CAM BELL Matafiat for be office of Clrpait Cert CISdC wbIgton county ININ 3ICUOL lt elected will be zi uteoeyBObLNoe Per State Seflatoti prg r MUorixed to aAnounce HAMIY LANCASTER j el MriH eUtyM A candidate for till iMct ot tttt Senator from the 3 yili e atorlatatotrtctiubiect to the 4ftol o tiM Peyaocratio party For RepresentatiTe d JWe athied to Blloinc 1r WILLIAM p OLAYBROOKE a1ceidate for the office ORejweieiUUte tin fhe lower feMMcf Xe t cky LeglBlature from 8Q ty y There has been a waracare on C about two big nations across the f water ut iH appears to be ex t iterated AtTthe Cabinet meet infiln Washington Tu sday Sec 7 rifery Hay expressed ijie opin- t Viim4bat there was no immediate Aaagiec of hostilities between L fcUia ana Japan The Japa c B M Minister Tt London acd iuB rlm ay there is faa causes for item Ta BJ 1rr sTfc iR publicans bad a rous V Is11y in Louisville Monday J nightat which Mr E A Wilson 1 w t1 principal speaker and foticX was attended by a large ktrfcwa of representative business mea JfliQ indications point to a K p wkjan victory in the city of y IouUyilleas the people are es 4V pecially aroused against what t thy consider a corrupt city ad JI1ntratiG n r e 4 1Wi fy Capt W H Sweeney wh9 is i acan4idat ior reelection for GkMaEoawcalths Attorney for tlii iwtrictf nd whose came illl vrapjrftsr on tthe ballot under the f i1Q cabin niijst have a strong h fpllojpiBgi in Mar pr Ev n the poarier Jpurna says that he j4 ipoke to an audience of 500 in TJebawb a few iiights ago 1 MI11two can idates for Cover t iipr are continuing Uifelr strenuous J c wajpaigiiing GQV Beckbamls oinif Western Kentucky while t GoJ Btlkaap 1 awtngitTg arOund among the voters in themoun I tAiiitr1etm 4i rt 1iti JofemrW t JTqltzraan Democrat thc4edMayor of Indianapo- Taildayr 1 dsfeatThg Charles t ti r Itr the Republican in I roresJctt1yIio 1 Ial1l ftltj Hemj WMat IJY1DKo5car iia DeWitia MjMMMW mya1vbitDW1ttsWitchHaz- tck Hazel isI applied tpL vicelyasTeai4ttkat con- f spf sadlttcated it1i- I Ma7MkectcLtRaztlSaYE- I 7 J itd y it is coumterftit t tt 1iR nJ Witeb Hi zl 1httWttc Haxel Salyc JitchIII j Mli the world for cutf f buSS UtUr orMnd bleeding ing and protrudthgpI1e S4d by CI- t u t t AII I rri i wv Jilltt HHlIiWWHfi iliilNii0 fij HOO fNN HU 3 New IFrom The Gounty tPt 1 il isR AMIS t the County People J as Reported by our Correspondents A ft lIftftftnftftftnftnnftnn II opJ t itOORESIEiLE r i Tliere are seyeralcases of ty pho d fever kad4pJ1theria in par midst WM Hawthorne aud JRichard Cheatham are now conValeaiceht JM Wall isde1Iv ring corn at Springfield at 5 cents per bushel Wje had court in our town last Saturday Squire J N Gordon presiding C o u n ty Attorney AJayjes was also presept John 0 ivjer was fi1edt50 andCoSts for pointing a gun at a woman lltisjsaidthtttlfe wil appeal the casdt t W r Jas Barlow wife and chil dren tnade the trip from Daviess county to this place in a covered wagon drawtt by two horses It is the first time he has been here for JLwenty years T epeopleof Maud erevery mudh disappointed in getting the bridge They have been paying taxl s to build othef bridges that are trip more useful than that one consequently thy think that it ought to have been buH Iheard one prominent citlzensay that lie did jnot believe that the Court of Claims knows that Maud is in W fcbington county IrMark Hardm arid wife were here Sunday to see the family of Palmer Chesser- liogan Boblit deparEei this life Oct lth at 10 a mJiq the 25tpyearpf his age THe had ben sick about two weoks with typhoid fever and was a great sufferer froin the disease The interment took place at Camp Grdund cemetery services by Ke7iBarnett He leaves a wife and one child to mourn his death TlJs makes the sixth Boblit to die in thepast three years five of jhem living near us Mr Logan Shehan is very low witha complication of diseases an jl ereiatnis Js1 printed may be deid His wife is aha VeryloW wiih paralysis owen Ellis of Woodlawni was hejre Sunday tto see his fri ndsi Nie1 faiitcild of Win Boblit is very ill of dyphtheria H Hillsboro p S Leachman and wife hava returned from Louisville JM is s Annie Royalty spent Sunday with her cousin Annie Dfean Mrs SallieMifub 1 qt Cor nishyille is vraitifg her laugh er Mrs MyrtleSuttbn of this place who is very ill wit pn u m onia Mr MitLeachmatr and sister ertha Miller are tde guests of friends at Harrodsburythis week I FairIr Hurted frdm a visit two weeks visit to relatives in Ind and LI- jj Master Edward Mattiogly is very sick with fever Mi andMrs He rYRee spent uuday night with the laiters mother 4rs Fitzgerald Little Stanley Thompson has 1 rfeturnpd home after a tong vi4it JJEhis grandmother Mrs Alice Thompson I MrsJohn Batines and baby have returned to Kentucky after pendingiayearia III arid are vsth Mrs Barnes father Mr John Shewmaker- Mns Emily Wilson hasjreturn qd home ttfer spending a week 10 oiir community IMr May lor and wife and little Daughter Clemmie spent Sun day With Mr and Mrs Hardjn at Fe Wlclrj bi1 Calvin Settles of Texasj jis vsitng relatives here j Mr L Mattingly dtid wife Of PolinrI spit Sunday w h Mr Robert N attingly ISomeof our boys attenHed the hoj at Fenwick Friday nijjtitt wi cltlIlCkVIlr I 1 Bottom bought a 8 ytar old horse of John Crawford for 4250 two mulecol ts t45 each a sow and seven pigs for 20 a punchof yearling steers at16 each and sold a yearling colt for 672 Walter Ravbourne sold a ai yearbld filly to Stele Tnompsorr at 120 Oscar Swe ney sold a small farm of 37 acres to Henry Hick erson at 750 W P Hatchett sold jour head of horses aged 4 to 7 years at 50 each d Ji D bweeney sold a fann of 107 uc res to James Cochran at S37 an acre possession to given January I He also sold 10 barrels of corn ut 3 Mr Sweenev will have a sale of per sonal property on October 29 At the saleof the personal property of Creed Hickerson last week mile lf cows bro u gh t from f26 to 42 each 700 pouud steers at2475 each calves at all hay 10 per stack corn 3 per barre household and kitchen furniture sold well The place of 19 acres w withdrawn at a bid of 2375 an acre Reuben Bottom solda bunch of 236 pound hogs to Peter Co at 5t cents a bunch of 104p und hogs to Len Riley at 5 cents a bunch o60pouudshoats tq John Riley of Willisburg at 2 per headland bought a bunch of 160 pound hogs of David Sjmms of Mercer county at 5 cents and sold a 5year old combined horse to Frank Isoni of nears Harrods burg forlOO J T Lester sold 4 mule cots at8750 per head Watts Lester sold li year ling mules to Albert Hamilton of rtear Springfield at 5 each Albert Powell one of our promisjng young men Who has a nice position in Louisville is yigiting relatives apd friends here this week Andrew McFatridge Of Har TOdsburg visited the family of W W Willham Sunday Thomas Bowles died on Oct 9 of heart trouble at his borne in Mackville in the 5811 year of his age FunertU services were conducted the following day at the Baptist church in Mackville bv Rev R L Purdom after which the Remains were interred in PeterVcemeery Dragging out an existence is jns whatiny nnrabtrof people are doing tney scarcely eter have a w Ui1dayafl anc complain at all times They are treated by the family physician and possiblyl have used numerous remedies yet tjiey do not get well To all such p rs GATUBA is especially rec ommended for the hncesar large y the sole cause of ytKefr trouble IP from disorderedkidneyltso GAV UBA isthe remedy Sola by Wood A Campbell fV I jpERAllOUSE ONE SOLID WEEK Commencing IVIonday October 19 Irene Jeavons Company Metropol itan Artists in a Repertoire of Latest N1w Y9rkS c cesses 16 PEOPLE idI 8 BIG SPECIALTIESd S 8 1HMONDAYNGll- TBrother against Briber YjifBefore 6 PM Prices 1020 and 30c IaracamphReBeres Instantly or Money Refunded SORE FEET BUNIONS Prevents SWefling Alkys Infkmmatton IttCools It Soothes It Cures IdcsIrln25cktLOO ottlel At all rood Druggists t For SJeby C J Haydon JtC L r BIG6 SPACE DEMAND Greatest of All Worlds Pair- Confronted With Problem KENTUCKY LUCKILY OOTIN EARL Exhibit Association of This State S cured Reservations When tile Ex position Worlc VisYet Yourig Wisdom of Officers Needs to Co Con nendctJ Lo4lanain area those of the Worlds Fslr at Chicago In 1S93 the acreage beljig as large as that of the Columbia PanAmerican maha ndParl3 ex rbibfor exposition purposes ranging from palldRFranclsmaking of this greatest of all Worlls Fairs are confronted eight months be the opening of the blshow with Itorproblem as to space tile solving of Is taxing even such mater minds as theirs Application has already been made for twice and in some fastancps thrice as much space as is available tliefhtiretriall speakfngha3 at once recognized JOHN J TELPORD Chairman Transportation Gommltt KentuCkY Eihlblt Association lin the Exposition to be held 4 St Louis next year the opportunity of this age to exploit the business sI4e of Its Ufo Every civilized land and c ime is to bQ represented at the Fair every state and Territory this tInt n is to put forward Its best foot Small wonder then that the p bile spirited officers arid members of the Kentucky Exhibit Association fo men to raise the money by subscription that the Legislature should have apprDprf atdd are being congratulated onr thejr foresight Jn organizing a year and a half before the Exposition and ai king for reservation of space In every de partment In the present case it may w llbe said of the Blue Grass commonwealthl i that she has acted the part ot the early bird The failure of the Gen eral Assembly to provide for an ade quate representation of the States untold products and resources at th Centennial of the Louisiana Purchase was a blunder keenly felt by Presi natlytbornKentuckian States taking Us rightful place In the front ranks He has met the omcersi and committeemen of the Exhibit As soclatlon morev than halfway eri every proposlUoJ1 Through his 1tifuence Kentuckyhas secured a site fcjr her State Building that is commanding and her exhibits in the main palaces if the Fair will occupy space that other States clamored for Before a cent of the 100009 had been raised the Assocatlon lia4 filed application for a building site and space for displays of products a ad resources its officers believing th it the enterprise of the citizens when put to the touch would respond fait ifully Subsequent events have prov d thr wisdom of this faith While much less than lhalt the amount ha ben contributed there Is every Ind catipa that all will yet be raised and t le As sociation not forced to cut Its clathon a narrow scale than originally planned Everything Installed at the Exposi tion is to be gigantic and Keitucky can IJJ afford to be a laggard n this trying movement The time is ripe for millions of dollars of capitall to pour Into Kentucky rich In all things that tend to attract the money d man and the bomeBeeker of moderate means FIFTY TONS OF SWEETNjESS Colorado8Busy Bees Making Honey For Worl lo Fair Exhibits Co1orui las claim to the swedtest exhibit that will be soon tbcWorias Fair at St LoubTh aplar IFora pleasant obyeic tko Cliaiti berlains Stomach arid Liver TublGts1 Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale1Jr Huydons Drur Store DjaliniJJ ilVS Bsei1 To cure dyspepsia or indigei lion is no llonger necessary to live en milk and toat Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system be comes an easy prey tp disease Kodolj Dyspepsia Curo enables the tomachj aad digestive organs to digest and ak similate all of the wholesome food that one cares to cat and is a never falling cute for ind etlon Dyspepsia a dall stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eatmakcs the stomach swcc Said by UTBaydonI Paysrbrother had been troubled wHh indi gestion He tried several remedies but pot no benefit from ihein We purchased same of Cljambcrtains Stomach and Itver Tablets and he bommenced taking them Inside of thirty days he bad gained forty pounds in flesh He is now fully recovered We have a good trade oo the Tablets Hplley Bro MercbanUj Iong1 Branch Mo For sale by Haydon a Projf Store a Men ot1 o HTimbers ofoak keep tijjpfdd I homestead standing through the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oak are men in rugged healthinei whose bodies tire made of the soundest materials Childhood is the time to May the fol dationf9r a sturdy con stitution that wil lastfor yeats Scotts Emulsign is tile right stuff v L Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti tution VScndforfreesample SCOT1 BOWNE iemlta- 4094l5Pearl Street W6 w YOrk 6OCi an llOO alldrucrrsts IBIS or that state nave pmnnea a tofll latnre fac simile of the Colorado State Capitol building 24 feet in height with the other dlmensIonsJn proportion fconstructed cnurely of honey More than twol tons of honey will be required for the structure Colorado Is famous for the quality qfjthe comb produced and It Is claim ed that the state furnishes nearly 25 per cent of the honey used Inthe States One thousand tens will be gathered this season and 50 tons Have already been promised for Worlds Fair exhibits Colorado cap Lured many important prizes jat the Chicago Exposition and at all oxpbsl tlons sinco then she has led in thts Industry r ppn Superilitiona The cclipsi of tlc moon Is iull Of tJOrte 1 ito he Macedonian Mohammed unsV It lnjlcat 9 bloodshed It Is met with retnJftsof firearms and the Imams call from the minarets the fnlthful to public prayers in the mosques This recalls In a striking inanncjr the practices of many sayiige mind barbaric natlqns 8Tlic gr ttljt tions of Asia such ins the Hindoos and the Cliluese stII cling to the bellef iq the eclipse nipuster The latter meet it with riniyers like the Turks But even In civilized Furope both ancient and modern one rinds numerous proofs of this superstition The Romans came to the succor of the aflllcteil moon by dinging flrebrands Into the air by the blare of trumpets and the clang ot brazen ROtS The superstition survived through tile middle ages Intd a very late period France Wales and Inland offer many Instances as late as the seventeenth century A Tcriiplc of Divorce So long ago ns 1250 the wife of a Jaiwnese regent obtained from the gov ernment permission to rescue women from time liund of cruel husbands The means she took wr vary simple A new sect of Buddhism known as time Zoif was just then being fanned In the temple of the Zen santtuary was tstabtishod for fleeing wlvCs WJien tlicy withed separation or divorce from ihelr husbands theji could clalni pro tection tniclor the Vingpf time temple Once across the thrcsUoId government officials would not be allowed to inter forp still esS time fnrions husbands This temple orf divorce was supreme utnplfo on matters of mqtrimonial dls grcefunt Tlie practice Vof the prlvi legc of the temple wn3 malntajned fOr over COo ser Tafit bou tArt rilhl Structure Tbej complexity qf animal structure Is marvelous A caterpillar contains mnptbodrnreglands communicating with the surface by ducts having a total length of some ten miles while that of the or teries veins and capillaries must be very great Tbq blood contains millions of corpuscle rlchn strycture In Itself The rods in the1 retina yhlch are sup posed to be tbe uftluinRt recipients of light luc esUuia tod ut 30000000 andj Meinert tins calculntod that the gray mutter of the brain built of at least JOOpOOOOO cells 4 j The Anlinalu In leaven Accbrdlnj to the Mohnmihwlaljs be IlLf licre are ti nnnlnitl3 In heaven Thc p forts the oiloivlnsdtniugo tnen jfferp The calf offered by Abraham time Ox of Mo8oa toe wlmle of Jonnh the ass of Bnlimiu the raiuof Ishmacl rtnt of Solomon the chmulof the prophet Sajech the cuckoo of HalUIs the dog of be seven sleepers anti Al fJorak the uzmitnntwbteh carried ror ItumuitU to heavoti AnilGulileti IluU Whnt are you oiig to d5 for the IIIPII Vhoihuve put vouln your present position Ajydwir slr6ttld ScnJmIt Sorglnnn tlmth mtlhe question rKosperlly Is tittnlneft oy ob orrhfj whatt pojlQ can Jo fbt you not vliatyon cando or- flthtipQuIift WmImThlIigtOnjtir Proof Old Svn14lcf rd always prqtends to tC as dqaf aa a post hut believe he rein hour ns well as anybody 1j What makes you think Npbody ever saw him walking njopg ii railroad ttrack In ndvnuco of a trnlJ1t Exchange A Tl red Brother What you gwlne to do weri you gits ter gloryi Nuthln tall but doa crawl In en rest Atlanta Constitution Dlfflcplty is only n word indicating degree of strength requisite for ac omplishlng a particular object Between n babbling frientr anovir silent foe there is small choice An trim Nasal CATARRHIn hoald bo tleanliaej- sBlyja Cream Balm soothessadhcsia Ibp dlsc3se3 jnembrjHio Itcurestatarrhsncldrtncaaway quickly Cream Calm lrcc4 intaihenostrils spread tires lbs mernbsac and is absorbed HdlcIU m JIat9 and a curaJfoUwr It U not drylndo s sot woiJaca entezlns Large Size ccntr At Drag stt or cull Trial Size tento by mall 1U01musM cQJtrto t yk rv F i I sS 4- JtS To Cure a CoM in One Dayr I TS Ida LtIVe 1rom Quinine A L IS iw 12ao lWIrptV16 AN INGENIOUS BURGtAR lIon Ito Opened n Safe Wltont Tools or Explosives An extraordinary account is given of how a sqfo was opened b4robber who had fat his JlosntnQnstrumen of any kind but operated merely With his finger nnlL The person who accom pushed tlie feat revealed his Intention of robbing the Iron safe in n hotel to rinother younffimin who happened to be tho cousin of the hotel proprietor As a patter of course the proposed scheme tci rob was revealed to the owner of the hotel nnda little before mid night vlen U was to be put into exe ciition a qpuple of detectives were eon cealed behind tire otoce counter A short time afterward the robber entered the Office gently without either oponIbination of which itwas evident hpt knor He had however resorted to an ingenious plan of hisown lIe had pnrgd the nail of his index finger org the righthand untilthe blood vessels rere exposed Then by placing Innto thq as more hour 111 he wprk and at last thIan a sharp click and be doors of toe safe He ws in the act of filling his pockets will the VAluable papers it eon tained vrhen a damper was thrown upon his activity by the sudden grasp of the detectivest under whose escort he was takijn Jo prIsonLondoa TJtBIta Danger In HomoRemeille Timei trouble with poOr persons who try to doctor themselves Before cornIng here said a physician in a public dls pfnsn is that heYdnotowtbe first thl ogj about the simple rraiedles as they iCiH them that they ui e JDf teatime r tjiey do themseltes saijoin jury th ongh sheer Ignorance udd a man here the otheinflay wpo had taken half an ounce of choleral tojx ture omebody had toldhirno take half a Ieasp6onf till It Is the BanieWay with pireg6rlc sweet niter nininonla and otl erwell known household jreme dIes Persons who trust to their main ory arc likely to get mixed and either tnke at overdose or use the wrong medicine A woman came In here sut- tcriUgtioD1ttie effects of a drug that r have obtained except prescription It was the big oyCrddsenimd htr prompt applK cation for relief that savdl her When I s olilbif her she showed irie a clipping from oVie oMlieimngnzInes advising its use The dose prescribed was enough to kill la horseJNew York Times flKR and Fairies A rlter in the Chicago Tribune sasi ily people cameffpm the north of Ireland Mygreat grandfather al ways ttuck his knife through the hot torn of his eggshells after He had eaten breakf ist My grandfather and father follow d his esamplj through force of haljif Lad now I have contracted it it you d nt break the shells the fairies can u ettben for boats and cam cross bodies of water thus In the north of Irelnn there are good fairies did bad playtrlYou c tit hamper their movements iby breabmg their boat Breaking Him In An lone Mamma Why do you keep George waiting so long when be calls Pre ty Oaighteri I want to get Win used taitby the time wes married Baltimore American V A Cheerful Ontloolc Giu strHere waiter Has my bill been Bade out yef Wa tcr Nonot yet Tnfe proprietor says hat tils igeas seem to come very siowlr today To Wnsli Silk Underwear Wit tcsUk underwear should be wash dT In warm water good yellow soap jeingiadded to make alat1 erDo washithroru h a wringer not wrung by hand so as to avoid tAvlatlug Rinse using n lljtle bluing anti pin on a towel to dry Iht towel may life hung with the dtherf clothes on the Une40 One sure way to tell whqtjber a man Is n crank or not Is to draw him info a discussion If he doesnt agree With rr of course b i crank Good PillsAyers Pills are good liver pills You low that The best family laxative you ca buy J They keep the bowels regular cure constipation ijSrAfiSt Want your mousiache or betrd Us4JLBU0KINfl11AMS The 3tfnu Card In Iti First Form In its qld fashioned form the menu wag usually written large ou cards of such Imposing dimensions that room for one only could bo found at each end of the board In time medUeyal havebetisineakovnl dinner 111 miqe of SUI prisei lJ was djlvided into courses aa are cur owndalqty meals but whereas nowaday tliQ diner tins a general idea tlhat fiHbvrJlf follow soup and Jaat eri tree sccceeded by televe aliid carl concclve fen rally time sort of demand that encIi ours will make upolf his appetite nut dlgeetfon there was no possible arguing as to what was going 10 happonat an early English dinner and close study fails to reveal the ex Istcncd ofany princlpb of arrange ment Dl crodttln hn Astrologer A cdtalrt klng sjiys atnl3 from the ftcrsiah asked tip astrologer How inany years of nfcjreuialii me Tie wise man replhC 4Tcn The king ecanievey dclspondent and betook himself nsgne stricken with n sick ness to fcla bed His vizier wha pos sessed great wiMom tentt for the seer arid lit th lUngs ptetttnrOasheti him goo ninny years haXSo you to live JJc rppllpjl tSrenty 11i vizier order d thathi NhoakftWit very hour be executd In thlJdllt jinsvnce The kIn s satifld atiJcnjmuuended the4 S1 ltltrorlJls mitIitmtuidno longer nttncfccdinny liupottaii to the astrolo gw sqylug It Rernemberthattha W9 i t SPRINGFIELD 8 to flaiiflJeverything iI tii aj4tt 1 1 BUILDiNGMATER1Aj1 llrf i TLJRjany UtleteeS- 6k J 4j IJ t n 4 If you have buildiijg4o do ietltpri4es1We can j give rTotestmaep o bui1ding completeor an furdsh y iT th l 7vj 1 and office near depot C 2 q i4 TeIehoe 39 SP1GFJJSD KY THOUSANDS IN PRIZES t Quirter of it Million Dollars In Livestock Show ICE IJCKY IS AFTER THE AWAtBS JJeit Horsedholeestt W4i1HfleidI et Swl- eallr cli He teB Seatto the GreatMt eti All Wofld Fair A eUmllryprlieU With TU and regulations for tkegoverBiet il tnd awardiQff of prizes in the 1k trt- m n of live WckH Iue Wptldtf Fair next bar has just been issued by Chief FD Cpburri The number of jprzes offered for each bre d byi the exposition is as follows wthe breeds of beef and dual put P0sg cattle 2352 prizes iFour breeds of dairy cattle 540 prizes i N net eJil breeds of horses S458 prizes t Eleven breeds of awine 2772 prizes Fourteen breeds of sheep1 i54S prizes i Three iundred and seTentylTt ta1 rl t1esor ppultry and pigeons 10300 rptlzes lty sevnbreedl of dogs W4 pjlzes Itt aiddUion io these there aije 32 prizes for single cows and herds ea ltD G ROSE fChairman HbsrSl Art Committee jCea tuckr Exhibit Association ered in the dairy dmpistratlam Its for oxen 55 for mules and 1310 rfpc he estimated displays of pet stock Vehicles etc5 The money will be divided asfol Iowa Plyisloa A Horses Ponies Jacks Jen o nets and Mules + 3 pivlsioaB lCattle 64030 Divigion C SheP and Goatsj Af 42101 IiyisIon t J i j j Swine J X 3218C- IDIvisIori E Poultry 4liftPigeons and Pet gtpck42i4 i 16000 rDlvisSonF Dogs vi i tC 7500 iProspectiye and Contimsentt- htolts v 3815 t Iis fOiOThe live stock exhibit opeis with horses mules and jacks dMte22ma tot August and will fcontUue tW weeks After an intermisslonof onewee foc the purpose of thoroughly rfBoyaClag land deodorizing the stalls the eattfe exhlbltnconuaences S t 1Mr12tco tinuing two weeks Them cm October 3 the hogs and sheep are exhibi tion and commeiiciB the 24theldcl9 her two weeks will iN I3dp- oultry jlo and dogs ClMjcBH 1r horses Is said tp be th ltlcatfor which the lireed eyet xhlhit4 14 premiums are affetcd 1seerery csss tI1atUiutIln the amphitheater rtll b2e by 450 feet All the stall room aid there Stla total of 3000 stalls Is free The jctt pt tilana ot tbseitcki4TkIb DeWittWittt I DeWitt Wileb HiiIpso4s4el saW N W1Nt- DeWMlstMCIIIr sl sure fNIIi imu WilchHazel AMothiesute cIateIf- dIeIIJ l eWIttWlIckft IFJr1If SALVEl a- rfcPttt C c a f 0iNI J t BJ IUBR H qua Yards Sttes t k The freatesfafttMftra the worM is the reaiMt coaeuaeriDi c ffe Lion CJoiitbatandarbeYerseoLeasy state and territory oltbrlaw Its pwre thats why f 4 uwusal tf4t fc ttil M nBd i ttftwM Allv r ei fr 4- Aseoclatlosi coateslpto JN fH cJthft xpeMes e all Kentucky Sjloch S M to 4 the Worlds jLfor esthJ Wei TW poses In addtio t thIs e JMMN ciitloH hoe s Jo ciet akapfMponHattt medal for each winner ItOfIS kt tuckystpck J SNG WHC rQE Q 1 rl1PlabtfOfl kSl E rrWirkns WlIIe MklmiM PaveMeee IfoHritiTre kuimired roaNtit hot ami heavy work of eoiMkractimt the asphalt roadways k tlierofis Fair TU1l PIL They take wao joeJi el tirt aa- Bhalt cooke fauMsyiiMi rei trwnd fed te tH Vk r kb A temperature crveiuSy it1 itf 3s t they work with it Mch ettMlrIiae ci the sen who hamd ietrlit When tke Mixture cbs fvpmHht oven it hsi a tefflperataree tifc gnjjtrasiportiig itto the rcai way it cools but little WjtWmli sita ntH after Jt Is duatped 1C ssut isp spread antaap d MN the asrsL jls ruined The isgrcs1wIt1a aI iosof foot e rwork With thi aias Kce- trojamsi Tht ecroesl wrkaatkesgkt- heir liycs dep ifded iBishiBf tl e tukbya jttem tiLe TheX Ma iop tar songs chaat pUjUtl aes4Ies laugh and joke wl le ii tcO A Wa tTwIBr1loeklagek MK aM f effort oC these loof jeen J cjuuMt Mt that hei were bettertha t siuHmd Ute is a heme ef sayo s b t 1 kaww X Would not aaake the chaace It Sr5eef A tklmly hfem a brb kr3tfe ape tsiIrha ha ito do witWettMpLuNS t and sorrows that are w siaa jetfbrinflnff ot It little Sock J iA- me I have bed the MrMe3e mothering and 4cylB many otbcw pr hops pioreJitted So that Jtfe than IJJlong ago left the 4d rrnttk p have paseeltl ttho1ii1Jel tMfMt grades bat ailTaryi f iwpwatili it he big pleasant apartlMeW ttet s h4 V ce hose la a fflee ge belthI aneeUeMtej 1 have lost a few lUnstpat eM- sentiniestality M wJt tIjtIll loyt iid ispectthe work I an MtiI4 if- v ue E 111 7 t S JLTabiwa1a r1Q more cIl1 the sli 1seeing her mot clitiibid laee i broidery rHlaedlqr fruit ied efcoolate stains Ww wy rl1shisU Itdaintyacceories ot tM1aIii It a qvwlsl as i tiwir iC iMocL Tlir1treaaojr tMtIJcI tt 7iytji lthe shape of doUkfl cMrotw ftto5lh- erbft a i cape are now thMe tt j+jir Tkire a dIafy U po lW aM see i wide to iiiitkt jibe bsul T wcif work ifftxicau rawawok sad UJft patterM li thast wuaijitM j Et Despite Air fwjftW afumi tM1 are pso st s 0sot geteir Sskd SceJe9cI come Ia aitrifo-SIl aatk It pib oIt a coloc scke MKt It q 3I5nyaseothecskethitWptbilu i one ever the aR aei kspis Ther beMi4 Iio a tii7t wISb jMthat the habffB rs m ipNBBft lik veM pity and to expect pity frfm Qtt4rt haye e stwis jff iifJfA dramatic They loYt iq feA ttaiMteflr the Cntr1 hurt wIts mip4tIi raiKlmodjr sad the o btreh tVssi all s Iadsiiniuzg oi bewlUig UIkI ttemiilon nt t w IIr441tj tolaighat of Iesso sbo rfjL retied OdIs4bs i tqTl PIss Wi ij11Ieta Io w af O IIWtWitk a tttj of tbt jtaniiMI i illlliii IIdct for ivban ngi A large bow ir iftnfcd In the center of a receiver tflte IO lts 5tcTenL Thi wblsk old era are made In a iimfla mftmt r omit i the CAIdbO4 v IiT 7 f r ThEweEAbEFT- oI j i 1T N= DR 1 mm iiDsnTcflg PAIN t t I ti 111 aa WJ Alli40 Y 4 11 LAMFtON r w1aei11LDIY c4PICXZr Jiart r IflerPt DtP M boars 1io2pa r W1F GRIGSBY e t z ATTOPJY AT LAW I 1 tr r Jr aptsrzzin1- l JSt JK ii AlJ ESTATE v lPM1ib t t g6it- WMe tl Iourciarrc for vale the fQUwIcMlcriH property 05t1Y Ig WMUactott cty a campleti 414 ia 9i y Oft l property iIlq fsvI it areqieit- j3 actira O3Zte1 GlItlthe pIke e f prfakid Kj- 3ww1vt ros giii1 new barnr welt k ct4 wii wmtereii Price 130 per acre j io ltCZ farm evem saika from ciapWi JMr tae pikeall tn high ail ct1ttvtSi mostly in gnus weU kiyraTci Price 3250 per acre 0 acre fam4 fiUetiro Spriajf kid aiM tie pitee fiairfc use aW Mnalitara acres of creek bottom Price If per acre 142 jfcrit tara seven miles from gpriaffteli tfce little Beech 30 acre 01 Iwtuii laid good improve jcnta 8 Tffy kimi PrlceP per rcrej JC0 creia six and half miles trim BfrJBfiel in the pike good t 1iprIvti w efeter ktad and all im p4 satL eultlYition 2Kacrea 1l oiipM cMek tQt8prlce 30 perll acre v b4ScrfteM Mar4pe pod house and brI fmpmys stljr In grass Price IKOjNecacre t Mi acre JarM two miles fronii pcaCLct pike Fell fenced paiMtfe14fr1 Wgh state 6f cul tIyata ajew l Price 35 peracre t m acjre Jl1 from Spring ieli 2 ikUw fn Loretto GoOdt IM Me Wmif acres of bottomsI PdceliCXO f LK atfarZ three guiles from I Aiafteia MtM tke pike on the CO4tJ i faa1 lays well and is 1 weli eiCL ud ratered good house l am4linir ij t W acre fri elgkt miles froth l fcUfteWi 04 par room oul- le9rMi ttock ajrf letooco barn plenty t l ef ge tekiccjd lid Price 2250 r preJtf t 3el icr fans ne kill mile from towl M stly ii1ras plenty of good tbcc ia 44roo house stock t ic atabccb4spci1eilraSsr8t class im lot Pr yeeti 0 f every kind goci fit icr itaatl 1ys well andu- nIeatceiifal JWWI teveflr room wtflhi f kOi5t3ZC stock Tbarn g icow lifcrmaiallolberoutbaild iiifiriceMtacre Jiar flacemckailf mile from pra at liaactJmrn milk lnuiciiil cania bovae Price 8000 p It tef oijialaipiroyed land pr Mtg Seld mostly ifl i jjias Price fW acre 1IttiTacrefaC similes from Spring c6u iam Plentyotgoo d 1IkI4tK11 foom dwelllar and I a 4 too barns Price 534peracre t g11Q4 acre farm kted Sour miles So BpciSTgieliUh ffod hOUieI kJbco 1iJUa an4tb4IlaIngs all iwJIla14 well fdayatered Si ye3peracradJ Jr jNii Wtohlnin County iFarm FSIc viTkie ffafoa Jctowts the Sam 4Mtgoerj farMrlng on the 9efckFork 2 milfrbm Texas uit tjiitfM from ilngfield and Jtow eioiinII toe heirs of 4eelTraerTWa farm Is welcated about tmlitffrof0od f cooIirsI air t eO acres ofd iiiiillitaifo 50 tea ot first 1stbSbr aDd i remainder Igusit coRfort dwefli Y 1 iIST fs water UP lrr oBublfor fbrther applj L kh tE 1I 1 v t L t t ifO 1U kZi i w q r tfi4i tjf P 1611e Ii wilt o jour anjodng part of 11I aaabvO- U1aM C ETjL The toneer TWNIa J lII nttiTIlI I LattII hJLT FrI ads rl A4 BtallC oaquarrsfraJl tp4t fancvgroceri FORJALJC Seven room res- toaMs1aStJpply4 tp tf H H HQRD B ingyonr country produce i- nio OHanfs corner grocery andl get the b market ptIcE fOr it Pejiiennis Pi on Club and Bother higliclaas brands of coffee atE rct ONanJrs The cOi ner fracer Ur Aridala Walston a young arried man Idled at his home aNr Feawick on Saturday He wa well known and popular Laurence Mudi a young man of about 17 years of age died on Monday afc Prederickatown cojMwmpivbf He W4 I1ofJJ Mr P rk jjto laud a popular young masli The Ladies of the Catholic Church will serve dinner in the1 Barb r Buildic next County Court dayondsy October 26 Dinner25 cents AJ1 are invited P F HENNESSY Pastor Hon vH V McChesney and Hon iloigan Chinn will speak at Frederickaburg this afternoon and at the CourJ House here to uifhttt780 They spoke at Texas jtnd Mackville yesterday toI good crowds d The N ws LEADER jig now prepared to furnish engraved visiting cards invitations wedding f announcements etc on short notice and in the latest style A hundred visitingcards wipi your name plate ur125 i The sale of live stock grain etc of rsJ C WiUptt Son took place Tuesday dnd was at ded by a mcderate sized crowd prices as a rule were lpv for llively t ushelIn the field tfIn tbis issue e republish ordinance passed some time ago in regard to the building of sidewalks on Main street Trie town rus ees announce thoit they will enforce the law if it is ithinII power and the buildins of ide walks Will pp on at thefXI pense of tue property owners L will on Wednesday Oct 21 sell my family irarfj runabout l apd harness Maro by County jMember 7 years old and a tip toproad mare Will sell at sale of Mrs SC McElroy Son J 0 MCELROY Mr JCMcElroy advertises o sell at the McElroy public- aleon thQ21st inst his bust ness house and dwelling Main street now occupied by tVfcElroy d Shultz This is one of the best pteces of property in town The tore room is large and con tenient and the second story is fitted out with all ibe convenlen ces of a modern flat containing flye rooms bath room etc The property is very desjrable C lR E Whaype reports the sale of the personal property of I 0 F pickerson good a large crowd iin attendance and every thing sold well Corn brought from 285 to 3 per barrel hays 60 cents per 100 in stack 1 cow 2625 cow i250 1200 and 700 pound heifer 299 per 1002 yearling steersr24 25 per head steer calf 1450 heifer calf 10 Household goods brought top prfc r The farm of 180 acres was withdrawn at 23 per acre i I The members of the local military company after about ten days of soldier life spent at the West Point encampment returned home Saturday evening last somewhat the worse for ware and wUb many experierces more or less thrilling to relate The boys were glad eioughtO gei home but still say that they had a good time andwouid be gladf enough to go through a similar experience at some later diy The Springfield company was divided up at the encampment and ibe mn used to fill in vacan des in other companies of the regiment the majority of them fctting with the Shelby vul corn p 1Qf which R A Burton a former Washington county man k Captain None of the home boys net with anyse ious mis haP nor was anyone sIck daring thetrip TOpICS I t JfJIIIIi EJIIt ON AT e Mr and Mrs John H Browne were in Lebanon Tuesday J R Claybrooke Jr went to Louisville yesierday on business Mr JJ McCabe was in Lex ington and Winchester last week Miss Sadie Mayes has returned I from a visit to friends in Nelson county 1 fMr H H Claybrooke and Miss Lidia McElroy were in Lebanon yesterday r Mr E S Mae has gone to Cynthiana to attend the Presbyterian SynoJ Miss Kate Wharton entertained at euchre at her homeTues day afternoon Miss Lou Booker has returned from a visit to her sister at Den vor Golorado Miss Annie McChprd has re turned from a visit to the Misses Field at Louisville sMrsSt Marys is quite ill with infldmr matory rheumatism Miss InaKimberlin has gone to j Lebanon to accept a position inj the McCh rd InfirmarYt Mrs Byron Croak and Mrs Effie Shirley went to Harrods burg Tuesday for avisitii Miss Nancy Williams of Bards town and Mjss Lidia Williams 6if Maple Hill were here the first of 1 the weekIMr JO purrett and wife of Nelson have returned aftoc a t I visit to Mrs W M Purrett at this place Miss Lydia Lee Houston of t Maud has been a guest at the home of AJr and Mrs Hugh Stiles this week W F Neikirk T S Mayes I H Tnurman and W ol McChord have been attending court at Lebanon this week The condition of W F Grigs 1bybOut ui changed irom last Weett He is still a very sick man Rev G A btrickland who has been quite ill with acarbun cle is improving slowlY butwili not be able to till iiis pulpit for some time Mr and Mrs R W Watlien i and little daugii er Virgiuia were in Lebanou last Sunday and wont to McChord Hospital to see their nephew Kelly Hagan and found hlijn doing fairy well i tt Card of Tkanks To my frlencYstf Washington l and adjoining counties I take this method of expressing my thanks to all of you for the past yeafor your kindness a nd patron I ige hi crying public sales andtas my1 farming in tere ts willI notiirmit me to move to town I will say to you that I will be found at my old t stand m Texas Ky and anyone desiring my service as a public auctioneer can leave orders with the NEWSLEADER or call me by telephone atmy expense Thank ing1 you for past favors and ask Jug for a continuation of same I remainyour well wisher Coi ft E WHAYNE Texas Ky Public Sale On Saturday October 24 1903 I will offer for sale at public auction at the Court House doorInI Springfield Ky my residence situated on east main street in said town Terms made known on day of sale f MRS MARY A NOE farm Wanted l I wish to rent a good farm of about 200 acres for which 1 will either pay monev rent or give nohalf crops and stookRef erences either bank of Spring fieldIHENRY WEITEMAN SpringfltldKy kV ftr Rent I desire to rent my place con taming B3 cia of land Seiding possession given at onceJror urther partirulars inquire at this office or 0Mrs M A Hennessey t S Springfield Ky AAA4tfwII IWh n we fit Glasses have the scientific Instru 1etermmtngIdefects of vision no mat jer the nature of case if your Glasses not suit you yourl Tall on us Ve Fit Any Eye That spends to Light You are invited to call We delight in showing our methods and equip ImentC F ROSSELL tMain ThThTh St Spr ingfield Ky t PUBLIC SALE T As administrator with tile will annexed of E J Litsey de ceased Iwillon- THURSDAY OCT 22 1903 on thepremises of the late de Qedant 7 miles north of Spring field on the Beecbland and Lin coln Run pike at 1 oclock p m or thereabout sell to the highest and best bidder the personal property of said decedant con of household furniture carpets Jdozen hams homemade soap poultry muchi cows weanlingcartves 1 work mare 11 fceding hogs 2 sow arid pigs 75 bushels of oats600 bushels ofC C rn TERMSSix months credit for all sums over 10 bearing legal interest from date of sale 10 and under cash in hand On Monday Oct 26 the same f being county court day will offer and sell at the court house dOJr to the highest bidder six J shares of stockof the First Na tional Bank of Springfield Ky STERLING P THOMPSON ADMR Col R E Whayne Auc tionrer t Public Sale or Land Feed And LiveStOcktt I will on TUESDAY OCTO f PER 20 1903 at 10 oclock a m promptly offer for sale at public ouicry on my farm known s as the Wid w Harmon farm con mtTexason the Texas and MackviUe turn luke Qu said farm is a first t class building containinu 6 orS rooms good we in yard youn t orchard all necrssary outbuild ings aid never failing water vn farm Access to good sohootdfld church and in cn of lhebest tt neighborhpodV in the county Said farm is all set iu grass ex 3jj cpptJS acres which is in cultiya ion And if sold full possession Will be given on the first day ofc January Will also sell the folL owing personal property at the same time and place 17 yearling steers 11 head of 1200 pound steers 6 yearling cattle 3 steerI calyes 25 breeding ewes 20 90 pound shoats 8 mule colts 1 horse and 2 mares 5 year oldt mare 4 brood sowa due to pig in short timej16 or 8 tons of balled hay 200 bushels of wheat 5 or 6 tons of bailed straw 2500 sticks of tobacco mare and mule coltl and lots of neighborhood tackI consisting of horses cattle acd sheep TERMS The farm will be sold for Jnethird cash sown and the balance in 1 2and 3 years withc 6 per cent interest and lien rejtamed on land fpr purhase money Terms of personal property made known on day of sale CVL BRAI YV 6ol RE Whryne Auctioneer For further information call onc Col B W Whayne who willtake pleasure in showing the farm- Farm For Sale I have for sale my farm located Oh the Beechland and Lincoln Run turnpike 6 miles from Springfield and 2f miles from Valley Hill station The farm contains 118 acres of good landll including 50 acres of first class tobacco land If is well improved with good 4 rl ora dwelling house tobacco barn etc For further information call on or addresst A B Walker R F D No1 Springfield Ky Notice To Taxpayers All taxpayers of Wasbingto county are hereby notified that taxes for the year 1903 rreIow dueand prompt set lement of same is requested Also p r1 sons owing buck taxes flU take notice that if same are not set t tied at once they will be pro eeded against by law BYRON JBOAKB Sheriff ofj Washington ounty tt t iwwwiiwWW W ga- II SCHOOL GIRLS and BOYS I If9ig We are giving away a large size f11 iting tabletap pencilor iiyou pre 1pi fer a bottle of ink arid pen with ea- chPIR g OF SHOES Ii We sell ou the best Shops and Hosiery j ItgS articLesfOyou dont need aPalr cf Shoes wewi11 3 give the above named presntsith fI 3 each purchase of 1 or oyerfor CHILDRENS SVEAONLY fj3 Misses and Childrens Cloaks we have in stockrHI a large assortment Dress Goods for Girls We fe ftj itI I ROBERTSON BROS I f t 3m t I iftf m itti HHJ HOWL pENTISOFFICE Jl BHAiiT BCIUMU rraanently located KYITown Opdinaiicc rAta regular meeting of the board of Trustees of the town of Springfield1 Ky held at its regular meeting place on the 7th djiy of July 1903 there being present W L McClellan Chair nian arid GO Wharton Cdnrad Tborripsonl1rustees vfas passed The Boardrof Trus tees of the town of Springfield Ky do ordair as follows FirstThat the property owners of said town facing on Main street on the North side tfiereof beginning with the South Western corner of the Catholic Church property and running thence with said North debf Main street to the South Eastern corner of John Searc fgI roprt be and they are hereby ordered to put on said Main in front of thdr respec 1 ve properties a side walk aid curbing said side Walk to be9 fi et wide ajid to oe paved either with good Asohalt paving good hard brick or crushed rock screenings and said curbing to e placed long1 ihe ou er edge of saitpaving t be riot less than feet m wid h5 incben thick rriess aud f4 feet IIrngths Second =Triat the propertyL owners of said town Ul lylafn street on the Soath side thereof beginning with the property of Henry Waters ta- point directly across the street ajnd South horn W9 South western corner of the Cathblic church property and running thence with said Sbutttsjde of Main street to a point directly South of the forksof the Spring field and Mackvllle and the Springfield Perryville turnpike on the property C1 theJate Bridget Buckmans lieiVa orile isees band they are hereby cjrdered to put on said Main street in front of their respec lye properties a sidewalk and cjurbing said sidewalk to be 9 eet Wideand to be paved either Vrith good Asphalt paving good hard brick or crushed reck screenings and said curbing to iQ placed along the outer edge 41 said ping to be not less than 2 feet in width 5 inches Intbick nes and 4 feet lengths Third Said curbing shall be put in and said sidewalks graded ind made unJer the immediate upervision and direction ef the City Engineer whose services Will be paid for by the town j Fourth Said sidewalks and Curbing tp be paid for and put in ty the property owners facing pn said street each property jwrer to put in and pay fo that portion in front of his property iFlfth Said sidewalk and durbinpr must be put in and fin shed up on or before the hrst day September 1903 Liithlf any portiono said sfdewilks or Jcurbin herein or dered tp be made and put inre nai s unfinished onhest day JDf Septi mber 1903 thensam- cwulbemkdand put in by the town and a lien will be retained bpon land enforced against the property fad g on said street for the cos tbereef as author aid provided by lawIIiized W L McCLEnLAu Ohm WHARTON Clerk 1 election Call A petition signed by more than twenty qualified voters of the Mackville voting precinct No 6 of Washington county shaving been filed in the County Court of said county more than 60 days before the regular November electiOff 1908 Asking a submis sion of tfere question whether stock shall be permitted to run at large in said voting precinct and the fiscal court baving4- iiectHtliis day that the vote upon sa d question snail betaken by voting precincts it is ordered tnatthe Sheritt of Washington county shall0open a poll at the next regular election held in said voting precioct1 to wit1 on No vember 3d 1903 to ascertain the wish of the voters of said voting precinct upon the question whether or not hey wish stock to rhnat Irge n said voting precinct and he sh advertise the same as by law required Copy Attest WF BOOKER Clk v iIn obdienceto the above orr- 3kv I hereby give notice to the voters of the Mackville precincC oiienIdlikedu1onJh6queston Ias tip whftber or not they wish stock tbrUn a large in sad ivotig precinct j This Oclobor 6 1903 I BYRON llROAKE S W Q for Sale 1 A house and lot situated on the bpiiitigflelcL end Bloomtield tu nptke toand onehaDmiles Forfurtberlpaiticrlars address Mollie Dorsev Admx BdstqvnX A Cure Jor yscaa x had Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all of the time Did note joy eating until after 1 used Kodpl Xlyspedsla Cure which completely cured me Mrst W W Sayiof Htlllard Pa No appetite lost of strength nervousness headache constipation bid breath soar risings indigestion jaoepsla and aU atoma toub1ereqaickly cured by the use pCKodoI Kokol represents the nat ural juices of digestion combined wIth the greatest known tobic and recbn strnctive properties It cleanses pu rifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by C J Haydon Public Sale of Farm M Personal Property On Tuesday O tOb r271903 I will sell my farm at public sale if not sold privately before This farm jspn the Mackville and SVillisburjf pike 1PP miles from Matikville and contains about 160 acres ot land Hason it a good Oroom dwelling housej large barn and all accessary outbuildings good well and plenty of stock water r At same time and place will sell the fpllqwing personal prop arty Fay corn j 4 horses and colts 2 milk cows1 yearling steer 1 calf bu gyand harness farming implements and bouse hold and kitchen furnitu e Terms made known on day of sale Bt W9 STEELED col R E Whayne AuctiOneer farms fir Sate I Web e a number of gJlIdr farms for ssIe ut re sonfible prices All perso shaving real jestaVe for sale or desiring to ptfr chase Wilt find iit f theirthVau- tagflo give us a call Pr mpt personal al entidri Riven talIbusiness placed in our I17nJs Searcy iNeitfirk Real Estte Agents Springfield Ky Office over Robertson Bps tf yersM- zdaria aiid Atfuc Cure A pos specific fprbHioili malaria chiIli ve- rpoisonlngmall1itdebI msbrW rnaliiI dumb ague 1 L J 4 EI c Now SMSOllablOct 1W1- AT tICunningham Duncans i S t A great varielty of Dress PM 1 c hoods in blackand iantiey W Zibelines Black and Coloredc t Cheviots Mixed Suiiings I1 Black and Colored Broad rt I- fft Cloths all colors of Tricots e 1I r N west Thingsb iin a1st1llg r I Womens Misses and Chitj then s CloaKs Ladies Dres81 Skirts itt leesf styes a great assortment of Iesi trimmings and rss buttons 7 Our sto k of Underwear ana f Furnishings are more comr 4 w piete than ever before IJri- ijr UIM c v tA f VIJ to HOBs V T tI We are better equipped infootwear than any previous season 1 We sell X 2 the following celebrated makes KrippendoyfDittman Co Eadiea fine I Shoes This firm s6ts the styles all others follow 4 Ij ensFine Shoes we handleej r Mannss Mfg Co and M A Packard Cos We guarantee Packard pi T Kid and pat Colt None are beteJ- tnol1e t1r more stylish We are Mle r v agents for Bice Hutchins Water f fiFitKing Shoes every pair W rrairted ffim turn water 0 1w RIt i J i CLOTHING I9 r tW0e are showing this season the famous Yi thiIlli i i i for M n cadLN Perfection for BoysJf you arein 1 Jrf1 ted of a Suit or Overcoat we cantIid etyou money j lttf Yours Very RespcctfiiliVjl i 11t r Lulluifighaill DulloalliI w f t JOTIN 5 McELRO- Y6NRAL i e r 1NURANCAGtT- Jfe g r t ftt rr iK J r ftj t 1 Fire arJl TornliiJ 5 it h t i 1tIt jOFFICE OVER PEOPLESIBANK li rt t tD1 + or George Neikirk Will attend to anv busns i i f for me V I r fy4 i TO TEXAS FOI 51800 Special tiw Ute Rcur Mi Octi her 2Otk 0n pbtober 20th 1903 8pe clii BoraeseeWera excuniori tickets wjll be sold from points on the LjN RRto oints in Ar kabsas Louisiana and Texas by way of Memphis ariid the Cotton Belt Route at ratjBof 16 for the round trip topQversalloroo after reaching the Cotton BfIt Route goqd for return wit1t21 days fromtlate of sale This will be an opportunity for visiting the great Southwest at very low io tj a chance to your friends and look up a loca jTeJliterature JSLeaojelgtij of the toun ry ah ngih jUott t1BJt- Route and for full information ia regard 10 tick tt routed tlaaeof train etc J L0 SGJaAEFBR ttt AgelQoi3eltRoute n Ginpinnati Ohio itive and dyspepsia DOtUBs ffi t 18 jf IFrom L0U1r4Lz TO- + i EX1ft5 y J iJ ftiJF JiIJ td Tstty PIts adTItus viA TH roPtT HENDERSON I 4F i 1OUT 1f l D OJaua QCTOER 20103 i Jtftt ti Atku fornforrn tJot J t EMWOAIGLA 1City Passi A1t Wv7efla P A iQ lIIj h Il rrtr 1er U kiugliti t a t 2higtoo Letter Considerable excitement was cshsreQsQod7 by the VteiJtto ttp White House of an 4ri Iiiptc who iisstedt oq i isax BooMVflfc anc- ij1js4ssye uUlcarried off iJor iiotil Bone days Jhad receied lter frond a fpreif at t Idd If or an audiencei sidentaixi enclosed Mr Leob gave the rrethe Mcret servkfe men oa the lookout tJ1 ipa kiK war rtcpgnizecl ai lkii iior of tbe letter and 6 atoH that lie could not Fs M President he became ylo tg1j drew a revolver which e JairdbateIy snatched away r Mvifitfm Bte was arrested and limr tf the police st31 Ion II 4Msmi struggle that the irnow flo eharie of him bad his f e+ AJ 11 cut by the broken M wfcgdw of the patrol L irot Th police liter diEcov ike nan was Peter EtMa Dane from Minneapolis ipo hwl become crazed in trying tIf prct a TMroetiaal l motion J tie LU Sunday he fol rtC the President to church ipccd in shaking hands iilea a the President came J apt t ibe service A medicall ftsr BaMiiMition i pronounced the man fUeiw ar4 be has Fen trans r Jirr ed to the asylum pending a fe HBearing in lunacy It isi Mi jjpeitively known whether Ib kMi attarchist or had an in 4U to atUck the resident jM XJ iU been in a desperate JtfrfSI J be might have = S o4tbe Precident while shaking Miwith hhb though it is SL1I1sd that She Presii VaW1s to take care of himself J4t tbstie there wasTiio secret 1 en withtn twel1ty feet fiSBQtdfcnfc has been much ex aCftttt and even gave rise tt isrtpoett of the Presidents as JYt IntIt has made many Hiaize how exposed the jfifelLiliifc t is to anarchists or t tbErlunatics and has renewed uJi dtecussion of the advisability ftritistiiBg a bodyguard to the pBieilBxKcatlve Many peoole fail td JMt why since the Presl- s J jMa needs protection it should t begjven to Jim in accordance it a definite statute and not be M pl4d by the makeshift of a lew secret service officers of th- E2ury Department whoso reali jMtj iis to hunt down counterfeitijT ars Itis believed here that a i J i prpteciwnI Iffiodjced at the nex tt session ofr X iq reite and it is hoped that itt JIJ j ptTecel va the yarrow ridi pci1hichhas defeated the pre j vkbil1s4fl f JThe unveiling of the national StItIIs of General William T jSerjwin on the fifteenth of this Icmth will be the occasion ofa cciebrationat the national capital 1 tftICb will resemble in magnil ii tea Grand Armyencampmant or a preeidential inauguration ThiIIlbereunion of all the l I socialjsocieties of tile volunteer army such ashas not been seer since the greaf Reunion In 1865 The Aztec Club the Societies of the Cumberland and the armies i ofthttpbio of Tennessee and of c will bold meetingsr tt ant JrWJilterwpLrds unite in a and banquet A reception will bejfiren to Lieutenant General 4tjv j cfapfi ld and also to Lieutenant r Mpjr l Miles The unveUing a YJ preceded by a parade of iev ral thousand trcops corn J r JUST IN TIME W tj mUtitmiM In Chicago xai his dlt M tkcapfroach of an open bridge but lUfrpti it with the fendet actually overt the gulf below He wouldui ti pi the epetiment beCanse i Me tWll dve inJ Ihiiegoo4 tomne 4O ie Iii a r Jilf JiIitL w JIM rvd4 W the JiIf1 1 hof 1iej ior I tdci1eIIIe4Gaive4isi 1i ityoL auu JfWipiqMcof indigestion grow to t Oje Istomach iuvolvinjj theI brWP 4 digestion and nutrition ted ether r 4 IJ voubktCire eectra1S1Ofdom ibythcitteo Dr Piercea Discovery It strength f i benab1in6tUleptr Ofr Wrui will Ve paid by the M4ill Association k N YE aitcycaanot l1MiacHiaIbe1Eu MTken of erenr ttiI iIIDI r u uI = =a- t1nIN 56 tJrgS3ipcqgEiras to biTPtlkg vtriwill tSQIIt iM bc tMtaI illY gt if I tbu DfJkrei 1kiciIAavher ientre iXpeDteofaMIit aelaoOk paper cbvJrVor stamps for AddresiDrLViLrct i HEALTHI MI dart Aifafr witen witlw r lw4lM StMifrt T lM iws7 JtiatMtC lteskUr otaTrKVOTMM wh bwt iJl jshs I Mq c4 tMJtftH sr tIIJtkadocteK 1iLma a1llethl st iedei j relit atpstebownciuithpidUPitIdwisk M Roi ach P 1nIbeStM akiiey Ho DOCTOR I aeoMsary in thehome whet fmjji BJackDracCkt iii kept Families living in th yiiciuM1e1esZtIiforyMr ThedfordB1ackJrUflht 1lft biiondyspejacolds fever bad blood headache diarra constipation colic and almost every other ailment because the ttoD bOwels IIlivertlt1MI1t1t tad JadBeri l181lT eon THEHFORP5 DLACIIAUciH1T pxisiiigall the infantry cavalry J and artillery of Forts Meyer Washington Monroe arfd Hunt theUnited States Marines and theDistrict of Columbia National Guard The President Cabinet diplomatic corps and the speak ers of the day will occupy seats near the statue Addresses will he delivered Presidentby and velt sever former generals Speaker He BooseI conyeatijphs and banquets the daysrSit ce f September 1 Secretary Shaw hjais released 18492200 of the public money and made it availablel for general circulation This mbrease in the ampnnfeof currency for use in the business cf the country has been made by augumeniting the United Slates deposits in the natioijal banks land ty the disbursement resulting from the refunding and re demption operations now in progress The deposits to the credit of the Treasury of the United States in tlie depository bank have been increased dyer 11000000 aqqAbouJi 6000000 of bonds jhave been refunded The Brst lormal cabinet meet Ling since the President return from Oyster Bay washel4 on Tuesday Secretaries Fay Root and Hitchcock wei e absent For two hours the Presir en t dis cussed withi his advisers the affairs of the Post Office and Navy Department ILL m GOA1i NT nOND r Wood iC upbcnGlveAsred Asreemcnt Yhat Mlona Colts Nohln Unless Cures S jJJ ImMi ona the remarkable fleshform ing food and cure for dyspepsia has won immease popularity by the nnua Oat way in Which it la sold With ery5OcboxofM1onaWoodC- amptrnll give the following signed guarantee bond assuringthe put h1 er that Miona costs absolutely no thing unless it increaeefc flesl cures all Btomach troubles and reBttrVsyour health GUARANTEE ONb We hereby agree to refund the orlcei paid for Miona if the purchaser 1tells us that it hah not Increased stointetcH Wood CampbellI This guarantee bond is plain and siniplcadd it posiiively assures you that when you commence the Mlona trcattaent you run absolutely no rlsk You simply deposit SOc for a box of this fleshforming food With Wood L Camp bell aud if after using it you do not feel that you have been beneflttedyoa go back to their store and they will return jour money without any ques tion or argument It is a tfue iiesn forming food corn Lined with elements that regulate the digestive organs and remove conge tion and Irritation from the stomach liver atdintesjin6s Miona will re store firm healthy flesh fill in all out lines and givea pleasing plumpness and Bymnvctry Bcgin its use today frith Wosd Campbells guarantee to return the tIIhIt cotloaa Ininltfil A Llghhind waiter ouce refused tp ccrve Max ORellat dinner land when ieprpTedCsplali5ed Its no to be ex jjecteJ that a self respecting Scotsman coald serve him with ceeveelity JDldnt he say wrq took tb the kilt be cause our feat were too lnrge to get through trousersSt Jamca Ga zottc f Iisiothe Worjt Conic In rOAu rr1 only gotfor that lntliig rlep Wclljypu didnt put much Wkailt f DAiiWrWbst I guess yU never t1 oseU 1thliadelpbIa r rrJBridget1 fwrtei 4ayou know why I aii esli4 a I1Iaiy Vomnnr i Ylssumi 01 tlnk Ol do retpooded attbe w w 1ttANDS AND NAILS It Dont cut the nails In points but let them be carefully arched V Pomfc cat the cuticle 6r any part ot IhtefMli around the nails v- l ont cut the nails too often or they wlll become thiandugly Dont cut nails ivthout first bOldIng them la warm water or sweet oil Dont use a file or emery paper on the flat surface of the nail but only on the edge Dont visit your manicure top often Too much manicuring is worse than not enough iDont polish nails without first rubbing on a little rose tinted paste Use the palm of the band to polish Dont dry the hands wIthY a towel but wlt4a silk handkerchief which absorbs moisture more readily Dont polish nails too 1jThey should have only a natural gloss Too much polishing makes them tender Dont neglect to press back the skli around the nail after washing the hands so that the crescent or half moan will show Dont forget that warm feet have muqli to do with vvblte hands When the feet are habltnally cold the hands air e always red or blue Exchange 4oageritiThe from the feminine face are these The eyes should be round and wide not oblong and narrow for such eyes denote weakness The mouth should be full and well sctl A small mouth Is a bad sign The chin should bo scjuare and firm The nose however gives the most important Indication as to the persons breathing capacity A woman with n hose that Iff wide and full through Its whole length and has open nostrils probably has good lungs and a good heart and will live longer than n person whose nose is pinched and whose nostrils are narrow The secret of longevity is tp have eight hours sleep Sleep On the right side keep the bedroom window open all night dout have the bed Against the wall eat little meat and see that it Is well cooked exercise dally in the open air live the country If you can take frequent and short holidays lImltyourambHloi and keep your temper Cur Favojrea Women Probably If asked offhand In whlcl country of the whole world are wome employed in largest numbers In gain fnl occupations the man In the street Trouldl promptly answer In the United States and feel sure lie was right But It is not so On the contrary there isin smaller percentage of women at work in the United States than in any other civilized land Such Is the testl mony of the statistical year book of the Getman empire According to that high nuthority only 143 per cent of the total self supporting population of this country are females while In Germany the percentagevis 25 In England 27 In Italy 40 in Austria 47 Ralph Waldc Emerson said in substance thai the standard of a nations civilization and culture Is fixed by the status of Its wo men If that Is true America where women toll lleast and enjoy most must bS leading the march of tepdem na tlonBN w York World P t Tablecloth Tips Fineness is not a safe guide either for durability or lasting beauty of ta ble linen Weight is the standard of price and it ia not advisable to buy ta ble linen that weighs less than tour and a half ounces per square yard The cotnparative merits of bleached and unbleached napery depend upOn the use to which it is to be put For common or rough use it Is often Well to buy the unbleached and also in the country or suburbs where one can bleach It on the grass or out In the sun Never buy a mixture of cotton and linen and beware of damask that Is stiff and dracky for it has probably been starched to make it appear of bet ter quality than It really is Good liner has an elastic texture Some of the finer French damaskS Appear exquisite but they do not pass the soap and wa tersest credltaby Considering all points Irish linen is far superior to any other The Glove Question J Slowly but steadily women are feel- Ing t their way toward the tittitudemch l have so long assumed that gloves are worth while regarded only from the utilitarian standpoint as coverings to keep the hands either warta or clean There Is only one occasion whfn a man puts on gloves In deference to jjtlquette That Is when he dances During warm weather women are only too glad to accept the masculine arguments against glove wearing as many a pair of tanned linda reveals The first step toward the emancipation of women from gloves was taken when the act was published that small tight fitting glove are really Inelegant Induce red noses and make the hands loo yellow and wrinkled The next step was tak en when women discoTcned how very convenient and comfortable it was to go without gloves at all Old Ostrich Plume Old ostrich plumes may be renovated and really Handsome ones made of DeadlyGrasp tratedMe Drv Miles Nervine NBuilt Up My Shattered Nerves and Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of pecpie who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per dlyuGnpa ai ect attack upon the nervcputtiug an timemhelryitalityleft you wth a ihattercdnervous systeth with inscthniafrequentyou should strengthen the weakened nenresN with Dr Miles Cervine It will undo ali tbat grip has done bring back appetite iest and restore the nerves to theirnormal activity I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those who have suffered from that dreadeiseaeLaGrippe I suffered eral yrecks Wjth itnndnothingItricdccmed to benefit me in any way shape or turin rJYdaughtertome and I can truthfully say from the first day I felt better than in wecka It gave me relief built up my shattered nerves and gave roe a splendid appetite I cannot speak hIgUyot it and want to say each and every one who has sOffered from LaGrippc will find rastant rebel by getting a bOttle of Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take HnpinithMRS GEORGE B IIAIX Jackson Tenn bottieAddreuPri I Wji rwcB it mcy are compotea or lay m tak them apart Ih4m take a alu feather In the left hand boldinc the cndrji eot the fieaifier toward you Now take a atb vlirp case knife in thlight haM and draw singly ack up raref the fcatlvcr acroM thej edge of th knife being ar i not to cut t iem 0rWl1Jnoneside is qarled trim the feather Around and curl the other side in the same way 1tweU done it will curl up covering tile stern of the plume entirely When alt the feathers are curled fasten them together ngnlh reserving those thAt are best curled for the top layer YtUNC FfiLKS AMUSED THE PONYJ H Alfred Tcanyaom Dealt Gently Wltk tho HcmClenu Creature rThcrels no American boy or g1Lwho does not know of the great poetAl fred Tennyson and who will not be glad to hqar of his gentleness tja anj malsi One day the poet nr1h JotHaslemero station carrying a heavy packet of books His own eajrrlago was not to be peen so he was gad tp accept a lift home Going up tho steep bills to Blhckdown Tennyson wjtUJjls usual thoughtfulness for librsessug gested that two men and their books were too heavy 4 load for one small pony and propod that he nOd his friend should get out and walk They therefore jumped down and walled for some distance In jfront of the tntPha little horse Collowng Suddenly however they foind that the bookS were gone They hod dropped out q n the way The poet was asked to stijnd by the ponys head while his companion went back to look for them They were not found for some time and the pony tired of waiting grew eI1rest less When his master camel back knowing that the little fellow had a great dislike for strangers he asked how Tennyson had managed to keep him quiet He was astonished lo find that the poet had done this by aiding his watch from jliine to time Jo the ponys ear as you may some tin ies see a mother do tct amuse her baby Pe troit Free Press Easy to Draw This sketch willlnterest all the girls arid boys wlidf are loathing to draw FACIAL EXTJIKSSION8 I and it may also give them some Idea that they can turn lo advantage In making pictures MFrappe a French artist says that all facial expressions cn be redijiceid to three typldal formS n9 onis1unept joy and sorrow ilLs theory is that as 120 different pbi ors can be retlucel to three ptlpar otiesnamely red blue and yel OW7SP facial expressions xan be similarly duced The illustrations show M Frappes working uiodels for each jof th tbre expressions How Cnclih Boys Train Pcpplc English boys excel all others iln the way they train their puppies tj grow up and become good dogs Their mas tiffs are the most sagacious their hunt lIng dogs are the most flkiilfuj their collies heell beyondall criticism and their greyhounds are fleet past all be lievlng When an Engllsjji boy trains his dog he is very firm with him but very kind Young Johnny BiiTJ never roses his temper with his faithful tour footed friend When he sets out to teach his doga trick he c axes 4lm un ptenlitunyIt al If punishment is admfnlstered it is done at the time and not delayed uiitl doggie has forgotten Ufsmisdeifieanor Tensing is never indulged in nor Is the whip ever playfully flourished to strike terror to the poor fellow heart If It Is wrong for doggie to do a thing today It is wrong for him to dp It to morrow And good food Is f dto him on a clean plate nd he gets bpnes tc gnaw only for his amusement justas boys sometimes like to chew licorice root or sassafras bark but of course they do not want It for dinner The Balance Game Get as many large apples and as many small nuts as there are players then give each person a knife and a saltspoon Only one individual bay try his skill at a time Now l10t them take np the apple with the sa Itspopn and the nut with the knife froWoil n smooth table which Is placed away from nny vhll They may of course try to play oft the one against tjhe oth er but even then the task will prove no easy matter Having however got the two articles balanced theyt roust carry them one in each hand to a dish three yards distant from the starting out A Conundrum Every morions at seven ociocif Rain or cunshlns or snOw Intd a lorg black tunnel Five little travelers go AUln a rcw like soldlcra 1 i Stooping a bit to enter The nt tta epd the ul At fhn f T1talest one In the center Intotiw dark they trl1IVVIttiout a fret or a post Rut once they made a window tnl baby traue peCPedOU Gay tUIftl1lelersdnnclnc Into Uu tunnel at morn Tired little travelers coining o t Wliuu the days work Is donej Annie H Donnell Ip onths qompin- hn An Eagles Utllng ovreL IAn eagle having n weight of sixteen pounds can carry away u Iamb weighing sixty pounda To do this 4tt must develop about two horse power inCL put oq n strain of more than 1100 bounds on the muscles of the lng5111i13 lads One to think that birils the longer than mathematica Popular Ibha 1 Imitation The hairdresser had done rather n hasty job ofc the raVen locks jof the young woman Well sheald surveying jthe rei rult in the mirror this is a sUamppp ell right If there la any such tpirigas teal poo ChlcagosTrJbnne Ilotr AlioHtHoTneDI pln irReIt seems to me iBat the practice of sending clothing to the heathen Is in direct opposition to Scriptural chlng SheWhy how can that bet HeIt teaches them to take thought what they shall vrearTovro an4 CQU trT I I WOM1N AND tOWERS FormerAsked to Furnish Latterf for entutky Exhibit A BEAUTIFUL FLORAL DISPLAY r Plant Culture to Form the Bns1 la For OhO of the States host Attraatlve Installation at the VurlA Fair Sowing Kt r Ken iucliy ttpiho town la UIuo Grass A display cit Kentuckys products and resources minus the influence given It by the dolIcatehndor woman would be stripped of its or- Iginality and beauty The Kentucky Exhibit Association which is raising the money fox Kentuckys representa tion at the Louisiana PurchaseEx position in St Louis next year has recognizejd this point and woittaa is to play her usual Important role In the work In fulh ran e of this leek Mr H Nanz of Louisville Chairman ofthe Department of Floriculture of the Association1has just Issued an ap HENBY NANZ Chairman Tloricultjiiral Committee Kentucky Exhibit Association r peal to the ladle sand all flower lovers of the State of Kentucky to help him fnt making he floriculture display one proudIof In his letter Mr Nanz writes t majoritytdone so by the ladles of our common wealth who as a rule hate full charg pf beautifying their rlsitectiye homci and grounds I am appealing to thep to furnish us all plants evergreens shrubs etc of which thy may be possessed and which they are willlni to exhibit in the floral display to be arranged in the Horticultural Hall at the Worlds Pair lIt is bur desire and aim to make the fibral department one of the mol complete and unique In this hull W must have the support of the Ken tuck women with us in this project and any who have rare or oddgrot7nij plants will cpnfer a great favor by lending them tQ the Exhibit Associa tion for the ExposlUonprlodJ Iwl11l promjse personally that the saihe will be wen taken care of Those who ave interested will please correspond will me at the earliest possible moment when Information aso packing ship ping etc will be cheerfully fur nished lfl1 work of Mr Nanz inconnectioi with tfie Kentucky Exhibit Assoclatlcii is not to end in the Horticultural Halt He has kindly consented to take charge of the Kentucky State Buliaini grounds and make them beautiful lLate this fall he will sow Ihe iawi- amiinil the New iKentncky TTvmVi tt the Exposition injbjue grass and Vll I transplant all the different Kenhick 1 shrul bery thai will flourish nf For rest ark Next spring large lower beds will be made on either side of the different Kentucky asphalt fralks leading to the building WCRLD3 FAIR NEWS NOTE Alrjady 560 jars of ifmHrhayfr bees collated for Missouris fruit dfspjay atv thio Worlds Fair t Actjlve construction operations haye begun on the Pike at the Worldo Fair The erection of the Galveston Flood and the Irish Vlllaga began recently Germany will make a complete seed ical exhibit at the Worlds Fair in elUdIng appliances instruments din grams etc used In hdical lectures A feature of Iowas dairy exhibit at the Worlds Fair will a statue in butter of John Stewart the pioneer creamery man of that State it will bo lifesize and will be kcp4 frozen in a glass tasc throughout the ExpO I tion Among the vegetable curiosities in Missouris agricultural dlsplaynt the Worlds Fair will be a cucumber two and a halt feet long weighing four and ajhalf pounds and a head of cauli flower which measures eight and a half Inches In diameter and weighs five and a half pounds MARKING SAMPLES 3co much care can not be exercised by those gathering exhibits In alll classifications in Boeing that every clmen Is plainly marked with ItseIIname name of grower his postom address and county On this subjet tho following ruling has been made by Frederic W Taylor the Chief of tho Depdrtinent uf Agriculture and Horti culture for the Worlds Fair All grains grasses vegetables and other natural products of every sort must bear printed labels of a form acceptable tp the Chief of the Department upon which shall be given the correct name of the product the name of the producer and the county or locality as well as State where grown Tiio rnnnccn ot tatdrc Every great and commanding moment in the hntialci of the world Is the ttriumph of some enthusiasm The tories of the Arabs nfter Mo andH wife In n few years from n strioll mean bginnlng established larger entire than that of Itoiiie is mi ex ample But there will dawn ere Ions otxour politics on our uioues of living a nobler monjlng than that Arabia faith in the snntimeht of love This la he bro remedy fpr all ills the panacea of nature Wo must bo Jovers cud at once the impossible be tomes possible Cur age rnd rtilstory for these thousand years unvc nOt been the history of kindness but of sclflsjj rpsa Cur tlistnist U very expensive The money we spend for courts nnd prisons Is very III laid out Wo make bj distrust the thief and burglar cnil iceiiUIary and by our court anti jail eUetp hlmSD n accaptance of tho sentiment cf IOVP thrQURbout Christen orIoutc4ft dtli tte derbdcu Ot bIn tacuIUuI t rpr serv1ce4mnrsoIh It is only by nbortn thought can be healthy und only by thqaght tli1- uorgnp haseudbnnnvflrik1u nw r rm 1 t =A 7iirtr I+ dftp A very tick Jipm ones butitpapet tt vat ah mntoott Mnnm per a64 4ae W4 intwwd imit Ise a month oV twot Or ithk SflJM wY the publication of a noon editiod that iltohkI contallS toorj news th the noon cdltloafit his competitors Re thoag t JtardORfqtc problem aset orally decide it ffoulVb a Veat stroke tp print the decision of the United States supreme court at 12 oclock each Monday wiita the icourt was jn jeasloiu c 1 This pan wnscompUcaled omewbat by the actthat the supreme court does not meet tintll noon However the editor was equal to the emergency He telegraphed to his WasKlnfeton corrfe 5pondentSee the supreme court at once and have them meet at 11 oclosk soTve can gefthe decisions Ja our noon edition Shturdsjy Evening Post A DIsCrinat Dee Yes the neighbors complain about niy dog tDoes be bte5 No heB too affectionate He has the reputation of being a judge of beauty nnd very tlme nnretty jwoman passes alpngthe street he frisks about xtravtgantly should think the wdmenwoaid like that Ties but there are only two pretty women ont1 street and the Qtbers compiabaedM3leveland Plain Dealer Her Object Mr Snoodles7Good nftemoon Miss Annex Going for a walk I hope 1 may accompany you Miss Annex Yes Dr Sargeant says we must whys walk tlth some ob ject and I supposeyo ffiilI answer the purpose To win llotleeI Mrs Greene Ohe does not like to be ignored I wor9a brand new gown at the reception last night and I dont be hove n spur noticed me Mra Gray Theres where you made a mistake iowI wore my old black silk that hafebeen turned twice and everybody saw me fast enouglli Btos ton Transcript Carried Its Own Pcnlskmeat Jack Tom rmMn a terrible fix Im engaged to three girls Tom Well thats not exactly a criinc JtckXp Thats the worst of lit If twcre1 i could go to prison afcd have some paceStray Stories DbeBCh1uteil- Until T met you Matilda1be mnr mured in a voice husky with emptiOB 4I believed that nlj wonien were de xeitfulbut when I look Into your clear beautiful eyes I Jjeholdl there the very soul pi candor and loyalty j George she C clalmcd with enthu islnsmtbts IS the happiest jhouientI have known since papa took metothi London oculist London ocuhlsWrI 4 Yes dear you neTST would have Jcnoivn that my left eye Is a glass one Turn the mopn vent under a cloud and George sat down atid bUrIed his face in the sofa cnshlop London An kr i Iswers Didnt Dare Why dont you try to detnonsrrftte to yow coustHentsthtt you arecapa bleof an unsctdsii action JVty dear sir answeredSenator Sor ghum It these people who have known me for years were to find me doing something in which I had no ap parent interest thoya get suspjclpus and decide 3tbatt II was engaged Ifl a dcop and diabolical plotr WasLing6n Star Alas ToO Late Kitty What did you do when ho threatened to kiss you 1 Dlnnebe4 dldntMo anything Why should tjustwnlted until he had committed nn overt act KittyAndJthen BIanche Wby then It was too late to punish hlmi Boston Transcript Sbe StruCk Too v OTooleMuidoon eihruck his wolfe ytstiiiily i McKIlzTs lJe In jAil OToole Naw be a In th bosplttlel flitlmore American Paines Celery Comp Jnal The Mot Remarkable Reftriy in the World 1j Tht Trut Mtiioinf fqr the COT tDitcl fasitW ttt WMi MM NITY- WPabe i Celery Compo nd cores cases ghren upas hopeJeafclifcuiWt up itrenftheni restores When j tired and d icouragedtbic treat medicine wilt rive new life and vitality Paxnes Celery Compound iis the iideal medicine and should be J in every home GoldI i in yo r- GarrtHundreds of hpusevivesvho nev er dye anything vho think thy cant dye or imagine it is a task arelosing the eo dolcastaway fal rica thatfcotlla be made new with Di ONO DYES It an extremely easy process to cenor with tJiampnd Dyes aad the cost iis but a trifle They ar for home use and home economy We keys a sjMdsi d wimolrt ot satiot sad will ft say ft to sbwit dftisj stud saispi 0 JQOU WhW pOMlM irectioabobk 14 U dd uplu If DIAMOND DT 8 BurUaftooVt 4 wfL tu If t re ej siatLtroodatiduetilassandrstconaIns c4n iiorraLN- oTXAxc OT- ICSfW 0 iJ SJt Ii ii V Apecfecl Remedy forCoisitSoW 5IOLDiJmsS was 1ln49ofutP5CwIe I NEW YORX- EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER OAUTIOH This is not a giltlewordbuw- hepyOu tfiiDk how liableyqti art PUb tto tutchas t tb l soly remedyuniejaCy knc 11aljremedy vhat has hadthiargest- sale ofiythcdicfneizitbewQfld- sthc ft868 for the carefaaJ treatment of v6nsomptiooa nd Throl lI J Lung toftbIwttb- ontl sing lfsrrtittp pql ritf1ll theseyelr yqu 1Ube thtik ful we called your utttmloi t- oDoshcernSyrup There are go many 6rdlnary cough remedies made by dru xfsJidothers that are cheap and good for llghtcolds perhaps batfor severe Cough Bronchitis Croup and especIJlyforonsu- tflltiOrI Where there iikjdiMcult expectoration and cbu biB riglthl Syrup Two 25 cent sl2evjas just ben introdueedlthi9 yokr ReguJar sizd 73 cents At all druggist CJ Hatdonf ii THE UPPER MISSlSSIPPt j Trip ThatCamaro11ravrabi7iZb the fur nlrcrs of Eartk FIe Who has made A voyage from Stt PauIt9tLt1t tsl liy boat in Mite sprinstirue or the nutunin 1iasszcaibe finest fiycr scenery that may be ob sorvcd from the deck of a steamer cc ccptlng that of the Sndson nnjj prc Ehine Yet fcw people are asrare of the plapre an4 beauty of such a trip have floated down nearly alf of ti great rivers The Amazon from Til amos the grcijt rnbber toarket amf 1Ornh1cs fvomthesca la a vasUiagly volinnp of water without any beauty wfiateVert The rlnocO trota Cludad Bolivar 1LA mall edition of the Am agn althpush the tropical Juajtlea hich line Its Jbanks are niyst d SIn their densencsV and are iwppoaed to conceaUaH sort of nrtld beast aiMl creeping things The Parana wblcli fjows from Paraguay down past Bus nos Ayres and 1ront v1dils rnset Ue the Mississippi than anyofthe dtkerji ez ptJhat It lacks the bold ehls aM cbarniing tpwns anvIlIage that brer loofc tlie Fatberof IVateiS TKe Mag dalena of Colombia the foar jarffefit river in South America 1is t torbMl stream that is either very low orrerj bigb i according t10 tt154 WtJaI- ramy or dryttason of the yar Its are lined with tropicalI fomtij impenetrable nd It changes Its as qjtenas the Missouri It has of sphddor btt It do mot lt thM13spiutnZ re ptcInEnrope the DatmB6 fa more like the Mlsaisfiippt 1 qnlntP11te j xfvet- and dnilns A similar country 1Qoe pas senger boats are1 witch superior be cause the proprietors cater to tie Jfotuv 1st patronase For several CMtarieif the governments ot th 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